Education leaders are realizing the need for more spend visibility and increased purchasing compliance. And that starts with implementing flexible controls.
As reported by the Sun Sentinel newspaper, which covers the South Florida region, both the Obama Academy for Boys and the Red Shoe Charter School for Girls in Fort Lauderdale were forced to close because “the schools failed to document how they spent $876,000 in public money.”
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Best practices for purchasing in charter schools
The critical developments in both the education and purchasing fields
What processes your school can adapt to reduce your request to approval timeline by 80%
How implementing an e-procurement solution can increase visibility into spending and purchasing compliance