Specification Writing

Event Description

 This instructor-led course explains the purpose of specification writing to obtain a commodity that will satisfy a particular need at an economical cost.  In this course, participants will discuss how writing a specification relates to the sections of the Invitation for Bids (IFB), identify key components of a specification that makes it nonrestrictive and promotes competition, explore each type of specification, and determine when each type of specification is used for a particular need.  This 1-day course is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and will be held in Room 512 at the Union Station in Wilmington.

Registration for this course and other P&C related trainings is available in the NC Learning Center for users of the Integrated HR-Payroll System - formerly known as BEACON (state agencies and institutions). Community college, local government, public school and university employees must first create an account in the NC Leaning Center before registering for training courses. Additional information is available in the 2018 course catalog.

Target Audience: Purchasing agents, purchasing officers and end users

Please note: For the best learning experience, it is extremely encouraged for participants to take the NC Procurement class prior to enrolling in this course.

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