In honor of Procurement Month, we’re proud to shed light on some of the awards that procurement professionals can receive for the hard work in the public purchasing sphere.Read More
BidNet Direct’s e-sourcing solution provides local government agencies the tools they need to ensure each step of their purchasing process is both fair and transparent.Read More
BidNet Direct is planning for a big year in 2020, and we’ve already started by adding 13 new agencies in January and February!Read More
In the context of this global COVID-19 crisis, the public procurement process is deeply implicated in protecting public health. Purchasing at the agency level necessarily involves many stakeholders on both the buyer and the supplier side. For example, bid openings and information sessions typically bring together people from near and far, creating the precise type of gatherings that now must be avoided. This is where electronic bid submission can help keep procurement running during this unprecedented time.
In honor of Procurement Month, we’re proud to shed light on some of the awards that procurement professionals can receive for the hard work in the public purchasing sphere.
BidNet Direct is planning for a big year in 2020, and we’ve already started by adding 13 new agencies in January and February!
Procurement Month is here! In celebration of all things public procurement, we’ve put together five reasons that illustrate how and why government procurement is a wonderful thing.
BidNet Direct’s Illinois Purchasing Group brings together many public agencies to provide them with access to a shared benefits and resources.
Today, organizations and their employees are increasingly contributing to their communities in more-elaborate and profound ways.
In the state of Georgia, BidNet Direct’s Georgia Purchasing Group brings together public agencies to facilitate access to a shared vendor pool and an expansive bid library.
The Empire State Purchasing Group connects vendors with opportunities from hundreds of public purchasing organizations in New York State.