Child Nutrition Procurement ISDs Only (Professional Standards 2400) - ZOOM ONLY - 008240
Procurement in the Child Nutrition world continues to be a hot button topic in 2017. Are you prepared to procure according to the federal regulations? This session will provide the opportunity to learn contract management and general concepts of procuring goods, products, and/or services directly related to the Federally Funded Child Nutrition Program at your district. Additionally, tips will be provided in how to have a successful procurement review. In the afternoon, we will have an optional procurement lab session where ESC Region 11 staff will provide technical assistance pertaining to your pressing purchasing issues at your district. Please bring your codes of conduct, procurement procedures, and any other documentation regarding purchasing in Child Nutrition. Target Audience: CN Directors and Business Officials

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Child Nutrition Personnel,
21st Century Learning  Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation,   Vision Article VI - More Balanced/Reinvigorated State/Local Partnership

01421910/18/2017 09:00am - 03:00pmESC Region 11
Fee   None
Credit Hours   05:00 hours of Child Nutrition 
Presenter   Traliece Bradford ESC Region 11 
Seats Left   87 

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