Building a Better Business Webinar: MOCS PASSPort Release 3: NYC’s New Online Procurement Tools
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When: Wednesday, July 29, 2020
3:00 PM
Where: Online (Microsoft Teams)
United States
Contact: Erica Lavigne

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This program will feature a presentation by Jennifer Geiling, Deputy Director of Policy and Partnerships at the Mayor’s Office of Contracts Services. The presentation will cover new enhancements (Release 3) to the City’s digital Procurement and Sourcing Solutions - PASSPort.  Release 3 of PASSPort creates an online procurement process across Mayoral agencies for everything from RFx, to Proposals, to Digital Signatures, to tracking Awards & Contracts.

**NOTE: the time of this session has changed. The webinar will begin at 3:00 PM rather than 11:30.

Presenter: Jennifer Geiling, Deputy Director for Policy and Partnerships | City of New York Mayor’s Office of Contract Services

Please note: this webinar does NOT qualify for PDH credit in New York State. However, it may meet requirements for other professional development programs. Check with the administrator of your professional program for more information.

Cost: FREE

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    Jennifer Geiling is Deputy Director for Policy and Partnerships at the City of New York Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, leading policy reform, public-private partnerships and external communications efforts.  Jennifer’s work is focused on leveling the playing field for vendors by making it easier for companies and nonprofit organizations to do business with the City. Jennifer also leads the Nonprofit Resiliency Committee, a City/nonprofit provider partnership with more than 100 nonprofit organizations.  Among her key health and human service (HHS) financial policy accomplishments are: the development and adoption of a standard cost manual for the City’s $7 billion annual HHS contracting portfolio, universal adoption of HHS Accelerator financial management platform for nearly 4,000 contract budgets, and timely registration for contracts, realizing greater liquidity and financial flexibility for nonprofit partners.