OCP is the chief procurement agent for the City of New York and is responsible for purchasing goods and certain services whose total value exceeds the small purchase limit of $100,000. Last year, OCP processed orders for goods and services worth over $1.5 billion for over 100 City agencies, departments, boards and authorities. OCP is also charged with quality control for all purchases; warehousing and distribution of goods to agencies throughout the City; and transfer, sale and other safe disposal of City agencies' surplus goods. OCP supports City operations by providing an efficient, cost effective and customer-focused central purchasing function while ensuring that products purchased, and services obtained support the City's long term strategic and environmental goals at the lowest net cost and the highest professional standards. DCAS procures goods, construction services and other services for itself through OCP's Agency Procurement. Citywide procurements on behalf of other City agencies are handled by OCP.