NEW!!! How to Conduct a Request for Proposal (RFP) or Reverse Auction

This program covers the request for proposal (RFP) process as well as the reverse auction process at Boston University. RFPs are used in the procurement process when orders are over $25k or the potential suppliers for the good or service have not been established. Sourcing & Procurement works closely with the requesting unit to ensure the good or service is procured at the best price and quality.


What You Will Learn:

  • An overview of how the RFP process works and why it is used
  • How Ariba is used to streamline the RFP process - What information is needed from the requesting unit as well as the proper format to submit the information
  • The value added by conducting an RFP through Sourcing & Procurement


Who Should Attend:

  • End users
  • Shoppers
  • Anyone involved in the ordering process
  • Anyone with a Procurement tab in BUworks Central
Ike Babbitt, Sourcing & Procurement
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Medical Campus - BUMC Human Resources Training Room, room 400 (Crosstown Building at 801 Mass Ave, Fourth Floor)