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BidNet Direct is happy to announce that we have welcomed 10 new local government organizations to our regional purchasing groups. These organizations cover 7 different states, and add to the continuously growing number of organizations utilizing the e-sourcing solution.
There are many ways that local government organizations choose to communicate with their vendors about new solicitation opportunities. Some public organizations choose to employ multiple methods of communication to spread the word about their open business opportunities. Here is a look at the types of communication...
BidNet Direct has helped hundreds of local government agencies spread the word about utilizing the platform, and the workload is on us!
BidNet Direct is pleased to have welcomed 14 new local government organizations to our growing regional purchasing groups in June and July of 2018. These organizations are spread over 6 different states, and join the already over 750+ organizations that utilize BidNet Direct to host their solicitations online.
The New Jersey Purchasing Group is a purchasing platform that provides local government agencies with bid and vendor management capabilities.
The City of Boise, Idaho needed to expand their purchasing process to include an easy solution for growing vendor outreach. After conducting some research on existing e-sourcing solutions, the City decided BidNet Direct was the platform that met its needs.
When it comes to awarded bid opportunities, there is a significant disparity amongst the amount of Women, Minority, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (WMDBE) available, and those receiving contracts. For that reason, many government organizations at the federal, state, and local levels are working hard to ensure that these types of businesses are involved with the bidding process.
NIGP codes are widely used amongst local government agencies for their solicitation processes. Consisting of a specific set of numbers, these codes are used to identify commodities and/or services during the procurement process. Therefore, local government agencies use these codes to identify the goods or services that they are looking to purchase.
BidNet’s North Carolina Purchasing Group is a no cost solution for all local government agencies to advertise and manage their bids, documents, and addendum online.