Procurement software and processes (Gardner City Clerk)

John Adams filed this request with the Gardner City Clerk of Gardner, MA.
Multi Request Procurement software and processes


From: John Adams

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Massachusetts Public Records Law, I hereby request the following records:

1. All documents signed with procurement software or software to create and publish RFI, RFQ, RFP this agency uses or used in the past five years.

Additionally, if possible, please answer the following four questions:
a. What is the name of the procurement software you use (or the name of the software you use to create and publish RFI, RFQ, RFP)?
b. What is the annual cost for this software?
c. When did the most recent contract with the software provider begin?
d. Do you use your ERP system to manage the process of RFI, RFQ, RFP?

If there are any fees required to fulfill this request, please let me know in advance of fulfilling my request.

Thank you,


Arie Bronshtein

From: Gardner City Clerk

Good morning, Arie:

I forwarded your request to the City's Purchasing Director, Joshua Cormier, for a response. His e-mail is<>.



Alan L. Agnelli
City Clerk
95 Pleasant Street, Room 121
Gardner, MA 01440
Tel 978-630-4058
Fax 978-630-2589

When writing or responding, please remember that the MA Secretary of State's Office has determined that email is a public record and therefore subject to public access under the Mass Public Records Law. M.G.L.c.66ยง10.

From: Gardner City Clerk


The City of Gardner uses Microsoft Word and Adobe to create our solicitations. They are posted on our website and COMMBUYS as required. We also advertise in our local paper, Central Register and outside the office.

At this time, we are not using any Procurement Software to create and/or publish our solicitations.

Thank you.

Joshua L. Cormier
Purchasing Director
City Hall
95 Pleasant Street, Room 217
Gardner, MA 01440
Phone: 978-632-1900, ext. 8054

From: John Adams


Thanks so much for your help with this request! I really appreciate it.

Arie Bronshtein