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Public Procurement Training Seminars

Public Procurement Competencies

A solid foundation and understanding of the laws governing local government procurement are essential for anyone involved in procuring goods, services and construction for their local government, school district, fire district or other special district. This two-day course will provide an in-depth overview of the laws regulating local government procurement in New York and techniques to successfully comply will all legal requirements while delivering best value to your local government

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the nature and importance of public procurement
  • Understand basic procurement functions
  • Understand the standards of ethical conduct regarding public procurement
  • Develop an awareness of; and the ability to comprehend New York Public Procurement regulations and laws.
  • Create Procurement Plans
  • Develop competitive solicitations and manage the competitive bidding process
  • Monitor the Contract Administration process
  • Understand methods for Performance Measurement, Documentation, and Reporting
  • Properly dispose of Surplus Property
  • Identify the pros and cons of using Procurement Cards
  • Understand Technology and Procurement and how they benefit each other

New York Local Government Procurement

Two-Day Indoctrination into Local Government Procurement in New York State


Module 1: Introduction to Public Procurement in New York

Module 2: Basic Procurement Functions

Module 3: Procurement Ethics

Module 4: Public Procurement Laws and Regulations In New York

Module 5: Procurement Planning

Module 6: Solicitation Development

Module 7: Contract Administration

Module 8: Performance Measurement and Reporting

Module 9: Surplus Property

Module 10: Procurement Cards

Module 11: Technology & Procurement


Review of New York State

Comptroller Guidance

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Review of New York State Procurement Case Law 
Public Procurement Training