ST. CROIX, USVI – The Department of Property and Procurement has temporarily closed its St. Croix Office effective Monday, July 20, 2020, due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. As a result, all St. Croix team members will work from home remotely until testing has been completed and our personnel is cleared by the Department of Health to resume normal office operations.
The arms of the Divisions of Central Stores and the Central Motor Pool in the St. Croix District will remain closed until further notice. Agencies requiring services from these Divisions should make contact with the Department to request a waiver for products and services to be procured outside of the Department during this time. Additionally, steps have been taken to have the entire facility cleaned and sanitized to ensure the safety of our employees and the public upon reopening.
The Department remains functional, therefore, government agencies, vendors, and the public that conduct business with the Department are encouraged to call our St. Thomas Office at 340.774.0828 or visit our websites at http://dpp.vi.gov and www.usvileasing.com. We also engage with the public via our social media handle @DPPUSVI on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
For Division specific inquiries, please feel free to contact the Department by emailing us at the following customer service emails:
- Justification Letters – email@example.com
- Bids & Proposals – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Procurement – email@example.com
- Property – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Transportation – email@example.com
- Central Stores – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Printing – email@example.com
- Sustainability – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Legal Counsel – email@example.com
- Public Relations – firstname.lastname@example.org
- IT/Website Help Desk - email@example.com
Commissioner Anthony Thomas would like to thank the community for their understanding during this time while reiterating DPP’s commitment to business continuity, a safe work environment, and effective social distancing/sanitization protocols as we adapt to “the new normal.”