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VINELAND — Cumberland County has added an Internet component to its bidding process, promising cost and convenience advantages for itself and would-be vendors. The interactive “procurement portal” went online Oct. 1, and it has about 155 registrants. County officials and designers proudly put the portal through its paces at Friday’s annual Economic Development Board breakfast, … Continue reading Cumberland Co. expects new vendor system to save money
Essex County Executive DiVincenzo Unveils Online Purchasing Portal Stacey Maisch Tuesday, August 24, 2010 • 11:57am On Tuesday, January 6th, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. unveiled the new Essex County Purchasing Portal, an interactive web site that enables vendors of all sizes to learn about procurement opportunities with Essex County. The web site is the … Continue reading Essex County Executive DiVincenzo Unveils Online Purchasing Portal
Two case studies from the County of Essex. BID 09-050: Operation of the Commissary (Total Savings $450,000) Incumbent increases commission to county by $150k a year. In recent history, only one vendor bid on the jail commissary. Through portal, 3 vendors showed up for the bid walk through and 5 unique vendors downloaded the bid spec making the process … Continue reading Increase Competition!
Businesses of all sizes can learn about procurement opportunities within Essex County, N.J., thanks to the county’s new Purchasing Portal interactive Web site. The goals of the site: Improve operating efficiency and enhance outreach to the business community. “We are committed to having a procurement process as open and competitive as possible, as well as … Continue reading Local government in Garden State upgrades Web site