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Classroom setting with OSD logo on front screenAre you a COMMBUYS registered vendor or other business interested in working with the state? If so, you should know about one of our popular vendor training courses: Connecting Your Business to the Commonwealth.

This free class reviews the state’s goods and services procurement process, provides an overview of OSD’s business programs, such as Supplier Diversity Office certification programs, instructs vendors on how to find bid opportunities in COMMBUYS, and offers suggestions for marketing your business to public purchasers.

We’re currently offering classes in Boston, Cambridge, Lawrence, Springfield, and Worcester.

Review additional vendor training opportunities on our website. Send questions to OSD Training.

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