When a government entity passes an ordinance creating a Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE) program, it can completely change the bid and RFP solicitation requirements for acquisition of goods and services. The purchasing department is then tasked with implementing these changes as quickly as possible. Purchasing policies and procedures that have been in place for years are altered to meet the requirements of the ordinance. If these changes are not managed effectively, an entity can ...
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