Town of Grand Lake joins the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System
The Town of Grand Lake has officially joined the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, one of BidNet’s regional e-procurement solutions, providing vendors throughout Colorado easy online access its upcoming solicitations. The Town of Grand Lake invites all vendors to register online at www.bidnetdirect.com/colorado.
The regional purchasing group connects local governments with vendors looking to do business with public agencies. On the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, vendors seeking business with 248 participating agencies can register online to gain access to a single point of entry for opportunities throughout Colorado & Wyoming. By posting upcoming bids and RFPs on the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System, the Town of Grand Lake ensures an entire community of vendors can view their solicitation, download documents, and receive notification of addenda. The vendors self-register and ensure their contact information is up to date.
The Town of Grand Lake invites all local vendors to visit www.bidnetdirect.com/colorado and register to receive access to its upcoming solicitations as well as the upcoming bids and RFPs from 247 other public agencies participating on the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System. Registered vendors have the option to upgrade their service to receive customized bid alerts, notification of term contract expiration, and notification of a real-time addendum.
About Town of Grand Lake:
Located at the headwaters of the Colorado River and situated on the shores of Grand Lake – Colorado’s largest natural body of water – the Town of Grand Lake is the Western Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand Lake was established by pioneers in 1879 and incorporated in 1944. With a proud and active resident population of 499, Grand Lake also enjoys many repeat visitors who occupy nearly 80% of the housing units. During the summer, visitors bring much activity to businesses along the 100-year old historic Main Street and adjacent park and marina. The population can swell by several thousands on busy weekends.