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NIGP Consulting RFI: A Case Of Too Close For Comfort? by Jon Hansen

April 25, 2015


As reported in my last post Was The NIGP Competitive RFI For Their Consulting Arm Really Competitive?, I discovered that one of the six respondents to the NIGP’s “competitive” RFI had a serious case of uneasiness (RFP Solutions), while another (IRIS ) has apparently disappeared off the face of the earth. While I continue my search for […]

Was The NIGP Competitive RFI For Their Consulting Arm Really Competitive? by Jon Hansen

April 24, 2015


The task force created a competitive Request for Information process that was distributed to interested providers on August 29, 2012. An open, competitive process was utilized. • The task force received six (6) proposals to the competitive RFI issued by NIGP: 1. BravoSolution submitted by Tom Pellescki 2. Florida Atlantic University’s Public Procurement Research Center […]

NIGP Consulting: Unintended Consequence or Deceit By Design? by Jon Hansen

April 16, 2015


“Say I’m a State wanting some help figuring out where I want/need to go with automating procurement and I want someone unbiased. So I think NASPO or NIGP, right? They are our State’s go to place for public procurement guidance and training. Now NASPO doesn’t have a ‘consulting’ arm but NIGP does! So let’s go […]