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OpenGov Enables Transparency for City of Richmond Procurement

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"I love how intuitive it is... And that's going to make it better for us to to open up the process for everyone, but also to give us a greater product and more competition."

Daniel Mullery, Contracting Officer — City of Richmond, VA

Richmond, VA has struggled with outdated procurement processes, relying heavily on paper, Word documents, and Excel files, which have led to inefficiencies and lack of transparency. To address these issues, the city is adopting OpenGov Procurement, with the goal of making the procurement process more intuitive and transparent for city officials, suppliers, and the community, ultimately fostering greater competition and better service delivery to the city’s residents.

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