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The town's Facilities Implementation and Strategic Planning Committee (FISP), which includes all five members of the Board of Selectmen, went into a closed-door session last week after town counsel cleared the way for West Boylston's attempt to avoid a bidding process required under state procurement laws.
org) is a national governmental purchasing cooperative that competitively bids and awards contracts to national vendors in accordance with purchasing procedures mandated by state procurement laws and regulations.
Many state procurement laws require that in-state or regional businesses be given preferences, which often allows bids to be slightly higher than their out-of-state competitors.
Chad Clark, partner at Roselli, Clark, said one highlighted incident - the COA's paying the Friends a lump sum for outreach services of $6,648, exceeding the multiple-quote threshold of $5,000 in state procurement laws - was also part of the confusion resulting from the organizations' commingling.
TCPN competitively bids and awards contracts to national vendors in accordance with purchasing procedures mandated by state procurement laws and regulations.
Ackerman, particularly regarding her attention to state procurement laws.
The district commissioned an audit to review its construction practices, and findings indicated that it had violated several state procurement laws, leaving the district vulnerable to legal action by vendors and taxpayers.
DHL was determined to be one of the best values for international express delivery services in accordance with New York State procurement laws.