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The Office of State Procurement (OSP) was established on October 1, 2019 and is the primary procurement unit for all delegated procurements from the Board of Works except for transportation and transportation-related procurements and otherwise exempt procurements. On October 1, 2020, OSP celebrated its first-year anniversary and as the final action required under HB1021, Chapter 590, Laws of 2017, the Chief Procurement Officer’s Report was submitted to the Governor and the Legislature.

The State of Maryland’s Procurement Mission, Vision and Goals embody OSP’s promise to provide excellent customer service to all internal and external customers.

The OSP consists of the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) Wallace Sermons, the Acting Deputy Chief Procurement Officer Jamie Tomaszewski (Infrastructure and Support Services), and Acting Deputy Chief Procurement Officer Yasin Mohammed (Procurement Operations). 

Click Here to see the OSP Senior Management Organizational Chart. 

Click Here for the OSP Staff Directory.

The CPO serves as the Chairman of the Procurement Improvement Council (PIC).