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Purchasing Laws in New Jersey - Webinar

  • ID: 4126006
  • Webinar
  • Region: New Jersey
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Gain an understanding of the myriad of purchasing laws in New Jersey.

There are many common pitfalls and obstacles that vendors seeking to obtain public contracts may encounter. They also may not be aware of the many legal means to obtain public contracts without public bidding. This topic will help vendors who seek to do business with public entities in New Jersey to navigate the complexity of bid preparation and challenge. This content will also explain the myriad means of obtaining public work in New Jersey without competitive bidding. Failing to be aware of bid processes and procedures as well as alternatives to bidding processes may lead to lost business opportunities and rejected proposals. This workshop is critical for procurement professionals and any entity hoping to do business with public entities in New Jersey.

Learning Objectives
  • You will be able to describe how goods and services are purchased at the state and local levels in New Jersey.
  • You will be able to recognize common pitfalls that your public vendor clients can make in their bid submissions.
  • You will be able to discuss alternatives to competitive bidding and contracting methodologies.
  • You will be able to review specifications and bid proposals for potential legal challenges.
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New Jersey State Contract Law and Processes
- Contracting Methods and Alternatives - Bidding Is Not Always the Only Way to Obtain a Public Contract
- Statutory Requirements - How to Avoid Having Your Bid Rejected
- Contract Award Challenges - How to File a Challenge and Where
- Contract Compliance Issues and Performance - What to Do If You Receive a Complaint

Local Government Procurement Laws and Processes
- Contracting Methods and Alternatives - What Are the Ways Local Governments Can Purchase
- Statutory Requirements - Avoid These Common Bidding Pitfalls
- Contract Award Challenges - How to File a Challenge and Where
- Contract Compliance and Performance Issues - How to Avoid a Finding of Prior Negative Experience

Pay to Play Restrictions on Vendor Contributions
- Local Restrictions on Vendor Contributions - How Much Can Be Contributed and When
- State Restrictions on Vendor Contributions - How Much Can Be Contributed and When
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Maeve E. Cannon, Stevens & Lee Patrick D. Kennedy, Stevens & Lee
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This webinar is designed for attorneys, purchasing managers, material managers, contract administrators, senior buyers, project directors, controllers and accountants.
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