Village of Hempstead Becomes 162nd Agency to Join New York's Empire State Bid System

The Incorporated Village of Hempstead has officially announced its joining of the Empire State Purchasing Group, a BidNet e-procurement system that delivers convenient, centralized online access to local New York bid opportunities.

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Village of Hempstead joins New York Bid System

Village of Hempstead joins New York Bid System

Our bidders no longer have to search to find our solicitations. The process has become convenient and centralized for both our organization and vendors.

Hempstead, NY (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

The Incorporated Village of Hempstead has officially announced its joining of the Empire State Purchasing Group, a BidNet e-procurement system that delivers convenient, centralized online access to bid opportunities.

Inc. Village of Hempstead becomes the 162nd local government agency to join the Empire State Purchasing Group. Part of the BidNet purchasing groups, Empire State Purchasing Group connects 2501 departments from 162 local agencies and provides a bid system for vendors looking to do business with local government. BidNet’s e-procurement solution manages 15 government purchasing systems strategically located throughout the United States. The e-procurement solution provides over 900 local government agencies with a purchasing and vendor management solution through its online bid systems.

The Incorporated Village of Hempstead joined the Empire State Purchasing Group Bid System in June 2014, offering its vendors instant access to RFPs, quotes, addendum and award information. Inc. Village of Hempstead requests all local vendors join to receive access to its bid opportunities and those of the other participating local government agencies on Empire State Purchasing Group. Vendors who register can receive real-time notification of bids, RFPs, quotes, addenda, awards and advanced notice of term contract expiration. Registered vendors receive customized solicitations matched to their products and services by all participating agencies on the bid system. Inc. Village of Hempstead invites all of its vendors to register on the bid system, http://www.EmpireStateBidSystem.com, or call live support Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. (EST) at 800-835-4603.

“Joining the Empire State Purchasing Group is a winning solution for our purchasing department and for our valued vendors,” said Richard Abbate, Purchasing Agent. “Our bidders no longer have to search to find our solicitations. The process has become convenient and centralized for both our organization and vendors.”

Empire State Purchasing Group simplifies the purchasing process for its government agency partners by offering electronic document distribution, electronic bid submission, online vendor management and reporting capabilities to see the reach of an RFP or other solicitation. Inc. Village of Hempstead joins other participating agencies spread across New York, already utilizing the purchasing tools available through the bid system.

“We are streamlining the bidding process which cuts costs,” said Richard Abbate. “I can save time wasted on copying and mailing, shifting focus to saving the organization even more money.”

About the Incorporated Village of Hempstead:

In the 1800's Hempstead became increasingly important as a trading center for all of Long Island. In 1853 it became the first self-governing incorporated village. Many prominent families such as the Vanderbilts and the Belmonts built large homes here. Hempstead became a large center of Long Island society. During the Spanish-American War, Camp Black was established in Hempstead as a training facility and a point of embarkation for troops. After World War I, the population greatly increased as city dwellers were attracted to the benefits of suburban living. Hempstead became a desirable place to live as it was a well-established community with convenient shopping, already existing public services, and it is within commuting distance from Manhattan. Today the Incorporated Village of Hempstead is a full service community with a population in excess of 50,000 people encompassing an area of 3.7 square miles.

About BidNet’s e-Procurement Solution:

BidNet’s e-procurement solution, SourceSuite and its numerous bid systems, provide more than 900 government agencies and 9,000 departments across the country supplier management, document distribution and audit and control tools. More information is available at http://www.SourceSuite.com.


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