Learn How to Become a Registered Bidder for Oakland County, August 9

Oakland County Michigan Board of Commissioners | Oakland is Open for Business: A Workshop & Tabletop ExhibitsScott Guzzy, Joan Daniels, Edward Joss and Mike Pucher

Learn How to do Business with Oakland County and Become a Registered Bidder

Wednesday | August 9, 2017 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Oakland County Executive Office Building Conference Center
2100 Pontiac Lake Road, Building 41W | Waterford, MI

Did you know?

  • Oakland County’s Purchasing Department is responsible for the acquisition of goods and services in excess of $100 million annually – working with large, medium, and small-sized vendors – both in and outside Oakland County

  • The County’s Facilities Management Department manages 52 buildings (on and off campus), 2 million square feet of office space, 30 miles of utilities and 450 acres of land (this doesn’t include the land managed by Oakland County Parks & Recreation)

  • All solicitations are issued from a single source, MITN.info

Oakland County buys more than $100 million in goods and services earch year

During the Purchasing and Bid Process presentation and tabletop exhibits,
you can:

  • Learn how to register your business with the Michigan Inter-Governmental Trade Network (MITN)

  • Find out how vendors are notified about new bid opportunities

  • Meet representatives from Purchasing, Facilities Management and Community & Home Improvement

  • View current contracts and pricing information

  • See where the Policies and Procedures (developed for fair and equal bid evaluation) are published on OakGov.com

  • Hear how to join the team of contractors fixing up homes throughout
    Oakland County

Also at this event: business owners can learn how to access the One Stop Shop Business Center’s powerful business tools, classes and data; explore business financing options; and connect with Oakland County Michigan Works! offices for hiring and training options.

The Oakland County Board of Commissioners is partnering with Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson to bring you this “executive summary” event.

Click here for full agenda — Don’t miss this opportunity to be smarter than your competitors!

Register Today

Cost: Free | Advance registration is requested.