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Oversees contract management department; manage approval process for Board related items; administer contract management system for department and District. 

Brian Maness
Brian Maness, MHA, CPPO 
Director, Contracts and Procurement 
(602) 344-1431 

Administrative Staff

Responsible for managing the daily processes and workflow associated with general contract administration within the department. Duties include assisting with Board activities, administering the Compliance 360 Contract database, creating and managing Vendor files in the STAR financial system, providing management with tracking reports of cost savings, approved contracts, maintaining database of prospective vendors; and assisting with preparation of presentations for Board and other Senior Management staff. Works collaboratively with the Contracts Specialists to ensure Contract file documentation is current and timely. Provides support for contract compliance and monitoring activities.

Lori Herrera
Lori Herrera
Contracts Coordinator
(602) 344-1497

Contracting and Procurement Staff

Christopher Melton
Christopher Melton
Senior Contracts Specialist
(602) 344-1495

Laela Pardo
Laela Pardo
Contracts Specialist
(602) 344-1494

Mary Hammer
Mary Hammer, CPPO,CPPB
Contracts Specialist
(602) 344-1403

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