MA Procurement Insights

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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Supplier Diversity Office Receives Honorable Mention for Innovation Efforts Posted on Oct 27

OSD’s Supplier Diversity Office (SDO) was awarded a George Cronin Award for Procurement Excellence: Honorable Mention for its commitment to innovation in supporting supplier diversity. The Cronin Awards, which recognize innovation and efficiency in state procurement, were presented by the National Association of State Procurement   …Continue Reading Supplier Diversity Office Receives Honorable Mention for Innovation Efforts

Non-profits: Make Your Statewide Contract Purchases in COMMBUYS! Posted on Oct 27

The Non-profit Purchasing Program was developed to allow eligible non-profit organizations to use Statewide Contracts to purchase commodities and services. These contracts offer pre-negotiated terms and competitive pricing in a range of categories, from office supplies, technology products, and landscaping, to groceries, athletic equipment, and   …Continue Reading Non-profits: Make Your Statewide Contract Purchases in COMMBUYS!

Upcoming Vehicle Auctions – November 2016 Posted on Oct 21

From time to time, OSD offers the public the opportunity to bid on vehicles and other equipment that no longer are of use by the State. Two such opportunities will take place next month: State Police Viewing: Thursday, November 17, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.   …Continue Reading Upcoming Vehicle Auctions – November 2016

Dedicated Customer Service Makes an Impact on MA Cities & Towns Posted on Oct 11

Dedicated Customer Service Makes an Impact on MA Cities & Towns

When a municipality in Massachusetts uses COMMBUYS, the Commonwealth’s electronic market center, they not only receive access to Statewide Contract (SWC) pricing and streamlined purchasing; they’re also given an unparalleled level of support every step of the way. The stories below highlight some of the   …Continue Reading Dedicated Customer Service Makes an Impact on MA Cities & Towns