• Bryant Enge, Director

    Bryant Enge, the Director of the Bureau of Internal Business Services, helps the City better serve the public by overseeing the bureau’s wide variety of services it provides to City departments and the community to enable their success. Bryant’s wealth of city operational experience includes serving as Assistant City Manager/Chief Financial Officer for the City of Federal Way, where he developed annual city-wide budgets, oversaw risk management and human resources activities, and coordinated information technology. He was chief financial person for City of Seattle’s Department of Transportation and the Office of Transportation for the City of Portland. He has managed and developed a number of major public facilities in Portland, including participation in the development of the Rose Garden Arena and the expansion of the Oregon Convention Center. Bryant Enge holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and mathematics from the Oregon State University and a master’s degree in finance from the University of Oregon.


    Matthew Spitulski, Printing & Distribution Manager

    Matthew Spitulski is the City of Portland’s Printing and Distribution Manager. Matthew has worked for the City of Portland for over 20 years. He started his City time with P&D when the print shop was located at SE 11th Avenue and Division Street in the 80’s. His service areas include inter-office distribution, US Mail, Copier Services, some traditional print shop work as well as digital imaging and microfilm services. He accepted the position of the City’s Printing and Distribution Manger in 2014. Matthew is also responsible for managing customer relationships with other governmental agencies and local non-profits for P&D services. Matthew received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Portland State University. He resides in northeast Portland.


    John Hunt, CityFleet Manager

    John S. Hunt, CPFP oversees all of CityFleet operations – managing 77 employees with over 900 years of combined fleet experience, 7 service and repair shops, 8 fueling stations, motor pool and approximately 2,950 vehicles and pieces of equipment valued at over $110 million.  CityFleet is responsible for an annual Capital Acquisition Budget of over $18 million and an Operating Budget of over $17 million.  In 2008, John was selected by APWA as its “Public Fleet Professional Manager of the Year” for his innovative ideas, accomplishments and abilities in gaining credibility and recognition for his fleet team.  Under John’s leadership, Portland was named the #1 Fleet for 2011 by Government Fleet Magazine under the 100 Best Fleets in North America program.  John serves on the American Public Works Association (APWA) Certification Commission, the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the National Fleet Managers Association, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Sustainability and Efficiency Task Force (SETF).


    Robert Kieta, Facilities Manager

    Robert F. Kieta is the City ofPortland, Facilities Manager and has 30 plus years of increasing responsibility and challenging experience in private and public sector facilities operations and capital projects portfolio management. As the City’s Facilities Manager he is responsible for the overall direction, monitoring and compliance to City policy, local and national code and the budget of the Facilities Services Division which includes components for each and every Bureau within the City. Implements and carries out Council policies and directives includingADAand Civil Rights Titles II and VI, green building policies and operations requirements.   Provides planning, management and oversight for all construction and maintenance related projects within the OMF Facilities portfolios as well as the other City Bureau who choose to use various components of our service delivery.  He oversees and monitors daily and emergency response and preparedness to the buildings operation programs, tenant and visitor needs, Fire/life and safety, building security, Major Maintenance, Capital expenditures, lease and property acquisition and disposition.   Develops and monitors the City’s long term property, space and building needs through strategic space planning, program reviews and funding proposals.

     

    Facilities Services is here to serve you; we plan and put into works sustainable and progressive building programs in support of all City ofPortlandservices internal and external.


    Kate Wood, City Risk Manager

    Kate Wood is the City Risk Manger for the City of Portland and has over 25 years of government risk, loss prevention and safety experience. In her current position, Kate is responsible for managing, directing and providing leadership to the development and implementation of a city-wide risk management and loss control programs. These programs protect the City from exposure to risk that could have adverse consequences to City operations, financial position or community reputation. Kate’s work experience has reflected her educational achievements, while she holds a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) from the Hunter College-Bellevue School of Nursing, City University of New York. She attended the University of Washington in Seattle where she earned a master of Nursing degree. At the same time she earned a Certificate in Administration from the University of Washington Graduate School of Business. In 1990, Kate was awarded her Associate in Risk Management.


    Portland Oregon Sign Licensing

    The Made in Oregon sign, also known as the White Stag Sign is located in downtown Portland in the Skidmore/Old Town Historic District; listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The sign was revamped in 2010 to the "Portland, Oregon" Sign and serves as a symbol of iconic National History for the City of Portland and its Citizenry.

     

    We’d like to invite you to be part of that legacy by including the Portland, Oregon Sign in your next project. If you’d like to use an image of the Sign for any sort of commercial purpose, such as licensing, filming, or photography please contact the Bureau of Internal Business Services. Contact and fee information is listed below.

     

    For Businesses Interested in Using the Sign: Contact the Bureau of Inernal Business Services
    Tawnya S. Harris
    T: 503.823.4352
    E: Tawnya.Harris@portlandoregon.gov

     

    For Filming Related Requests: Contact the Film & Video Industry Liaison
    Shelly Midthun
    T: 503.823.4039
    E: MidthunS@pdc.us

     

    For Media Inquiries: Contact the Office of Management and Finance
    Kelly Ball
    T: 503-823-6806
    E: Kelly.Ball@portlandoregon.gov

     

     

    Below is an updated version of the Portland Oregon sign fee schedule:

     

    User

    Use Type

    Filmed   Footage (movies, television advertisements, commercial productions)

    Local   Event Promo (Waterfront concerts, Conferences, marathons)

    Print   Advertising (commercial, for-profit companies – print ads, billboards,   murals, etc)

    Merchandizing   (cups, t-shirts, buttons, stickers, hats, posters, photos, etc)

    Government Agency

    Fee   Waived

    Fee   waived

    Fee   waived

    Fee   waived

    Non-Profit

    Fee   Waived

    Fee   waived

    Fee   waived

    $100

    Small business   >30

     

    Fee   Waived

    Fee   waived

    $100   admin fee*

    $100

    Medium Business   <31 to 500

    Fee   Waived

    Fee   waived

    $100   admin fee*

    $100   Admin Fee*

    plus $500 Donation**

    Large Business   <501

    Fee   Waived

    $500  admin fee*

    $100   admin fee*

    plus Donation** to be negotiated**

    $100   admin fee*   plus Donation** to be negotiated**

    Derivative   Works

    Changes to the   Portland Oregon sign may incur a fee

    Removal   or changes to “Portland Oregon” center of sign

    Removal   or changes to “Old Town” Bottom of the sign.

    Removal   or changes to the Stag

     

    All Users

    $500   Change fee

    $250   Change Fee

    Not   Allowed

     

    *Administrative fee: use of OMF PDC Filming office and City Attorney time for negotiation, review of license agreement.

    ** Donation:  Medium and Large businesses using the sign on for-profit merchandize will donate towards the maintenance and upkeep of the Portland, Oregon Sign.  Maintenance fees are currently $28,000 per year. The City will provide its tax ID number for the donation. 

     

    Unlicensed use of the Portland, Oregon sign is not permitted.  The City will pursue all available legal remedies.  https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/lawsstatutes/2013ors647.html


     


    Bureau Contact Information

      Main Phone Main Fax
    BIBS Administration 503.823.4352 503.823.9114
    City Fleet Services 503.823.2277 503.823.4374
    City Risk 503.823.5101 503.823.6120
    Facilities Services 503.823.5252 503.823.9287
    Procurement Services 503.823.5047 503.823.6865
    Printing & Distribution 503.823.4448 503.823.4247