Division of Central Services
"DCS will provide the best value to the State in every service we offer and to every customer we serve."
The Division of Central Services (DCS) exists to provide centralized business support services at competitive pricing to state agencies and was created in 1976 by State Statute, Part II; 24-30-1101. In order to maximize volume-based savings, all state agencies, except institutions of higher education as allowed under HB 04-1009, are required to participate. DCS provides customers with a product or service tailored to their specific needs, at a price they can afford, and at a level of quality for which they can be proud. Through a consolidated, volume-based approach, DCS helps participating state agencies to:
COMBINE STATE VOLUMES to improve purchasing leverage, reduce prices, and streamline the ordering, delivery, and payment processes;
ELIMINATE REDUNDANCY by creating one contract and solicitation process, providing one shop which minimizes facility costs, improve labor efficiency, reduce and share management and administration costs, and reduce the need to invest in duplicative equipment and infrastructure;
IMPROVE PROFESSIONALISM AND QUALITY with dedicated functional expertise, improved information and systems, and consistent processes and methods translates to increased technical expertise and higher quality service; and
REDUCE UNIT COSTS by maximizing equipment use, diluting fixed and overhead costs, and extending large volume pricing to small agencies.
DCS Main Contacts
1001 E. 62nd Ave., A-31 | Denver, CO 80216
Scott Madsen, Division Director
William Taylor, Deputy Division Director
Barbara Novak, Communications/Marketing Coordinator
Maria Sandoval, Administration