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Infographic: 5 of the Fastest Growing Areas in Government Contracting In FY 2017, local government spend is estimated to top $1.8 trillion across 90,000 agencies in the United States. According to a recent article in Route Fifty, there are several “hotspots” in local...

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What States’ Top Procurement Priorities Mean for Local Governments The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) recently released the Top Ten Priorities for State Procurement based on a ranking from state procurement leaders across the country....

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7 Ways to Get Your Bid Noticed You’ve heard about the 16 traps to look for and you’ve checked off the 12 things to do before responding to an RFP...and you’re finally ready to submit your bid. But how do you know it’ll get NOTICED? Although there’s never a guarantee...

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Choosing the Right Lead Notification Service For Your Business So, you’ve taken a look at our recent blog post, “Are Lead Notifications Right For Your Business?” and decided you’d like to try a Lead Notification service to help get more bid opportunities for your...

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Are Lead Notifications Right For Your Business? If you sell to local governments, you know it can be a time-consuming task to scour your target agencies’ bulletin boards and websites or the local newspaper to find leads that match your business. And, when you do find...

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Checklist: 12 Things to Do Before Responding to an RFP Organization and timeliness are key when responding to RFPs, so we’ve created a checklist to help you determine which opportunities you should (or shouldn’t) be spending your time on and what to do to increase...

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Responding to RFPs? Watch For These 16 Traps If you respond to local government RFPs, you know they can get pretty complicated. Even when you’re confident that you’ve crafted the perfect response, you still may have a few questions in the back of your mind. What’s the...

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What Your Registration Is and Isn't: 3 Common Misconceptions You’ve completed the registration process for a local government in your sales territory, but...now what? What does being a “registered vendor” actually mean? In short, registering your business with a local...

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Brian Strong Shares Practical Principles for Public Purchasing at GFOASC Brian Strong, co-founder of Vendor Registry, presented "Five Practical Principles for Public Purchasing Every Government Should Know" to an engaged audience at the Government Finance Officers...

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Transforming Contract Management: Q&A with Hazel Orick Gibson of Anderson County, Tennessee We recently sat down with Hazel Orick Gibson, who’s responsible for bid and contract management for Anderson County, Tennessee, to discuss how Anderson County has been able...

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