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2020 Webinar: 4 Intake Mistakes That Put Your Bids and RFPs at Risk sponsored by Bonfire
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2020 Webinar: 4 Intake Mistakes That Put Your Bids and RFPs at Risk sponsored by Bonfire

Please join us on Thursday, August 27th at 2:00 pm EDT for the webinar, "4 Intake Mistakes That Put Your Bids and RFPs at Risk," sponsored by Bonfire

When: Thursday, August 27, 2020
2:00 PM ET
Where: GoToWebinar
8840 Stanford Blvd., Suite 2000 Columbia, MD 21045
Columbia, Maryland  21045
United States
Contact: Megan Lanham
(443) 219-3632

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Thursday,August 27, 2020 |  2:00 PM EDT

Complimentary Registration


Webinar - 4 Intake Mistakes That Put Your Bids and RFPs at Risk- sponsored by Bonfire


In 2020, effectively deploying education budget is more important than ever before. With so many stakeholders to report to, ensuring that you’re stewarding taxpayer dollars effectively and compliantly through best-value decisions needs to be a top priority—but your current project planning process may, inadvertently, be putting that at risk. 

Starting your projects on the right foot means ensuring your procurement team’s intake process is connected to the people, processes, and peers that will drive best-value awards. A connected intake process is more than just a form or a set of questions; it enables procurement to structure the competitive process in a way that facilitates creative approaches to solving problems and bringing in new vendors, ultimately driving better outcomes that benefit your procurement team, your school/institution, and the constituents you serve.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Common intake mistakes, and why a connected and collaborative intake process is better
  • How a collaborative intake process can open up the “black box” of procurement and provide better visibility into request statuses, upcoming initiatives, and forecasted spend
  • How implementing a connected procurement intake process improves efficiency, reduces errors, and ensures best-value decisions
  • How digital tools can make it easy to bring requests to procurement at the start of every project







Rachel Friesen 
Manager, Client Success



NAEP National Office, 8840 Stanford Boulevard, Suite 2000, Columbia, MD 21045

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