When disaster strikes a campus, every second counts. While plans, drills and alerts help communication and organization during the emergency, the hours and days following can feel chaotic and vulnerable. Safety is always the #1 priority, and school administrators can’t afford to waste precious time or resources when responding to emergency events. As part of a preparedness plan, administrators need to include responsive and reliable procurement strategies that enable repair, construction and replacement work to begin immediately following an emergency.
Read this eBook “Minimizing the Financial Impact of Emergency Work” to learn how to effectively navigate the procurement process during emergency situations and fast-track recovery.
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