Few procurement officers and supplier representatives will recall the days when competitive solicitation notifications were conducted by issuing complete solicitation packages to suppliers. It was a common practice for at least a decade. To reduce costs and increase competition, procurement officers continually focus on various process improvements. A couple past examples include: the elimination of the requirement for “no bid” responses (via paper and mail) by suppliers and the ...

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