Category Archives: Procurement

The Selling of Denver’s Parks – The Promise of NO POOP

Okay. So there’s this fellow, Bill Airy, who apparently has endeared himself to the management of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) with the promise that Denver’s parks could become dog-poop-free if only DPR memorializes a contract or agreement … Continue reading

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DIA Parking Contract – Stink, Stank, Stunk

There is a tenet in public procurement–probably private procurement, as well–that the procurement authority becomes the advocate for the most responsive, responsible, qualified proposer/bidder as determined either through a bid or an RFP process. The procurement authority champions, if you … Continue reading

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