Find out how to balance your budget – from funding, purchasing and procurement; to construction and maintenance/operations costs; bond issues and endowments, and more...
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It can be advantageous to the bottom line if your campus purchasing department has a process in place to invite new vendors to the table to bid on providing goods and supplies.
A system called composite product mapping can help you select the most price-friendly and best-performing products for your maintenance needs.
Here are six common procurement challenges and how purchasing professionals are solving them.
Communicating effectively with your board or local authorities is a vital aspect of getting a capital project green-lighted and completed on schedule.
A life-cycle cost analysis is an important tool when acquiring, owning, operating and disposing of buildings and systems on a campus.
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As part of a preparedness plan, administrators need to include responsive and reliable procurement strategies that enable repair, construction and replacement work to begin immediately following an emergency. Read this eBook to learn how to effectively navigate the procurement process during emergency situations and fast-track recovery.
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An overview of the education construction market; the trends that are driving construction and the results of our reader survey on project completions and starts.
The University of Dayton sees sustainability as the greater good.
The Trump administration’s “skinny budget” was submitted to Congress on March 16, 2017. The proposed budget received little support from both Republicans and Democrats, and was almost unanimously criticized by education associations, think tanks and related groups.
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Towson University installed 4,000 solar panels with zero upfront costs.
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