Before You Bid . . . Guide details state procurement programs
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Want to know how to do business with state governments? TheNational Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO)publishes a guide that can help.
The NASPO Vendor Guide, the 2001 edition of which cameout last month, includes products and services that centralprocurement offices purchase, criteria for appearing on biddermailing lists, details on set-aside programs, and a list ofagencies that purchase direct rather than through their states'central offices. In addition, users can find names and contactinformation for procurement officers.
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