I rarely use the word “procurement.” I cannot recall the last time that I asked My Sweetie “what goods and services do we need to procure from the grocery store?” I don’t procure goods and services. I buy stuff. But life is more complicated for public school districts. It’s not only more complicated—the entire process is encumbered with legal do’s and don’ts. So our firm is offering an audio conference on:
PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND SERVICES AND COMMON CONTRACT ISSUES—KEY POINTS TO GETTING WHAT YOU NEED.
This presentation will provide practical suggestions covering a wide range of issues. Leading the discussion will be Winnie Dominguez from our San Antonio office, and Ann Mewhinney from Austin. They make a great team (Winnie and Mewhinney—say it out loud!). Winnie and Ann have a lot of experience with these issues, and know all sorts of things about this stuff that you need to hear about.
This audio conference will be conducted on May 10th from 10:00 to noon. So sign up at www.walshgallegos.com.
DAWG BONE: AND TRY TO WORK “PROCUREMENT” INTO YOUR DAILY VOCABULARY.