Redlands, CA (PRWEB) - The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District has joined the California Purchasing Group, an e-procurement system from Bidnet Direct that provides over 50 local government agencies throughout California a solution for bid and vendor management. The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District invites all potential vendors to register online with https://www.bidnetdirect.com/california/sbvwcd to access its upcoming solicitations.
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District can publish all bid opportunities on the California Purchasing Group site, by doing this they will be able to track every step of the process and have a more transparent bid process. Participating government agencies utilizing the California Purchasing Group can track vendors interested in a specific bid, as well as finding out which ones download the documents.
“What a great service it is to track every step taken during the bid process, from publishing the bids and RFPs, to seeing which vendors are interested and who has downloaded the documents and addendums,” says Katelyn Scholte, Principal Engineer of the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District. “Joining the California Purchasing Group has streamlined our bid process and is also a benefit to our vendors as they have access to more bid opportunities and readily available information.”
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District invites all local vendors to receive access to its upcoming solicitations by joining the California Purchasing Group. Vendor benefits of registering on https://www.bidnetdirect.com/california/sbvwcd include:
- Centralized Location to Opportunities from all 67 Participating Agencies
- Notification of Term – Contract Expiration
- Bid Alerts Customized to the Vendors' Products or Services Provided
- Full Customer Service Support
About the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District:
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District was established by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors on January 4, 1932. The District was created to recharge the groundwater basin with native water in order to conserve that water for future use. Our mission is to ensure recharge of the Bunker Hill Groundwater Basin in an environmentally and economically responsible way, using local native surface water to the maximum extent practicable.
About Bidnet Direct:
Bidnet Direct, powered by mdf commerce, is a sourcing solution of regional purchasing groups available at no cost to local government agencies throughout the country. Bidnet Direct runs regional purchasing groups, including the California Purchasing Group, across all 50 states that are used by over 1,600 local governments. To learn more and have your government agency gain better transparency and efficiency in purchasing, please visit https://www.bidnetdirect.com/buyers