Police get new tool to fight speeders
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 16th May 2002
Resilience matters: The pandemic and procurementProcurement professionals practice resilience and resourcefulness daily. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) started the search in February for emergency supplies. They sourced and ordered PPE and other emergency supplies without requisitions. A blanket emergency procurement determination was issued, giving buyers carte blanc authority to find and order by phone or email, provided the source was […]
CFO’s Guide to Modern ERP SoftwareThe internet is overflowing with advice on making an ERP purchase decision, but very little is aimed at the local government community. OpenGov has created this free guide to help leaders like yourself learn why upgrading to a modern cloud ERP solution can make a real impact on the daily work and success of any […]
Consolidation and leverage: how to maximize your agencies spendCooperative procurement – piggybacking on previously solicited and awarded contracts for goods, services and construction – is a growing public procurement phenomenon. The growing interest in cooperative contracting was evident during the recent National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) FORUM. In early 2020, NIGP signed an MOU with the National Cooperative Procurement Partners (NCPP), North […]
Local government relief: common sense solutions for revenue, technology and funding during COVID-19To better serve their communities and ease the fiscal burden of today’s pandemic, local governments can use the following three stratagies to unlock new revenue channels.