Northwest Council for Computer Education is saving time and resources with new procurement system
COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO
The Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE) is improving its ability to facilitate the competitive bidding process on behalf of schools and libraries through the Pacific Northwest by using the bids&tenders digital procurement platform.
Streamlining our processes will save us valuable time and resources that we can now reallocate to provide better customer service, said Eric Chambers, Direct of NCCE’s E-rate Program. “We're now able to expedite our projects faster and more efficiently, strengthening our ability to support our educators.”
Suppliers can digitally bid on new opportunities posted by NCCE on behalf of their schools and libraries, as well as hundreds of other organizations that are using bids&tenders by creating an account through their supplier portal at ncce.bidsandtenders.net. Once registered, suppliers can review and submit responses to requests for information (RFI), requests for quotations (RFQ), requests for proposals (RFP) and requests for tenders (RFT).
About Northwest Council for Computer Education
The Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE) is a team of Professional Learning Specialists committed to supporting educators through digital resources and innovative teaching practices. NCCE has been helping schools, teachers and students worldwide for over 50 years, constantly working to improve the learning experience. NCCE currently hosts the largest education conference in the Northwest. Visit www.ncce.org for more information.