Local agency to offer info session on procurement, bidding processes

Press release:


Technology integrator TSAChoice, Inc., with offices in Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC, announces that it will host informational sessions introducing the services of the National Joint Powers Alliance® on Tuesday, August 20 in Asheville, NC, and on Wednesday, August 21 in Greenville, SC. The National Join Powers Alliance (NJPA) is a national public service agency that provides cooperative solutions assisting government, education, and non-profit agencies in cost effective procurement and bidding processes. All public agency purchasing agents are encouraged to attend these events. The events are free and are hosted by TSAChoice in an effort to provide NJPA’s cooperative solutions to public service entities.

The Asheville, NC event is Tuesday, August 20, 8:30am – 10:00am, and is held in the TSAChoice, Inc. Training Room at 108 Asheville Commerce Parkway in Candler.
The Greenville, SC event is Wednesday, August 21, 9:00am – 10:30am and is held in the Immedion War Room at 78 Global Drive in Greenville. Registration is required; please visit www.tsachoice.com for details or call Lynn Banks at 828.225.3397.

The National Joint Powers Alliance is a public agency that creates national cooperative contract purchasing opportunities and solutions on behalf of its members, enabling an easy, cost effective vendor bidding process for government, education, and non-profit entities to navigate purchases and procure contracts. It is free to be a member of the NJPA.

TSAChoice is the largest business technology integrator in Western North Carolina and expanded into Upstate South Carolina in 2011. TSAChoice’s more than 60 highly trained technology professionals and support staff deliver turnkey telephone, computer, network, audio-visual, and security solutions from a single source. For more information about TSAChoice, call (828)254-4464 or visit www.tsachoice.com.


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