Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities

A Qualified Rehabilitation Facility, or QRF, is a non-profit organization that puts Oregonians with disabilities to work. A QRF often has a variety of programs to help people with disabilities achieve maximum economic and personal independence through vocational development. It is "qualified" because its programs are registered and reviewed on a regular basis by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services (DAS). Click on the link below to access information about the State of Oregon Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities Program:

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State of Oregon QRF Organizations

As a Public University established by the laws of the State of Oregon, OSU does business with QRFs because:

  • It is the right thing to do, providing business opportunities for the disabled.
  • It is the smart thing to do, assisting the disabled earn a working wage.
  • It puts you in the driver's seat with the ability to negotiate contracts tailored to exactly the product/service you want.
  • It is the necessary thing to do according to the 1977 "Products of Disabled Individuals" act that obliges tax supported political bodies in Oregon to purchase goods and services from QRF's when products meet the agencies requirements.

Listed below are the QRF facilities most frequently utilized by OSU. You may also review additional information on our QRF Contracting page.

Qualified Rehabilitation Facility ("QRF") Description of Services Provided to OSU
Blue Sun Inc. Temporary Staffing Services
Coast Rehabilitation Services Janitorial Services
Cornerstone Associates Inc. Janitorial Services
DePaul Industries Temporary Staffing Services
Galt Foundation Temporary Staffing Services
Garten Services Laundry Services
Marie Mills Center Confidential Records Destruction
Opportunity Foundation of Oregon Janitorial Services
Work Unlimited Janitorial Services
Pathway Enterprises Inc. Janitorial Services 
Sunrise Enterprises of Roseburg Inc. Janitorial Services

If you would like information regarding Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities and the services they can provide, please contact:

Donna Cain



Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities (QRF) Contracting

In accordance with OAR 580-061-0000(f) Code of Ethics, OUS employees will promote competition by encouraging the participation of Oregon businesses, emerging small and minority-owned and women-owned businesses (MWESB) and Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities.

Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities

A Qualified Rehabilitation Facility (QRF) is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to assist and encourage Oregonians with disabilities to achieve maximum independence through gainful and useful employment. QRF’s are certified by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services and the State Procurement Office (SPO) manages the products and services of these programs. QRF’s are supported and represented by the Oregon Rehabilitation Association (ORA).

ORS 279.850 mandates public agencies to procure products and services that are included on the Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities Program Procurement List available on the State Procurement Office website from a qualified nonprofit agency for disabled individuals provided the product or service is of the appropriate specifications, is available within the period required by the public agency, and at the price negotiated between the QRF and the agency. Contracts with QRF’s are exempt from competitive bidding.

Go to the Buy ORANGE page for QRF