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I will attempt to answer any question you may have regarding doing business with governmental entities especially in New Jersey. If I cannot answer your question I will research and find someone who can.

Experience in the area

I have over 10 years experience in Public Purchasing/Procurement on the County level in New Jersey


Am a member of the South Jersey Chapter of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing as well as a National Member


I hold a Registered Public Purchasing Specialist certificate from Rutgers University and a Certified Professional Public Buyer certificate from the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing

Awards and Honors

I was Professional Buyer of the Year in 1996 for the SJ Chapter of NIGP and was the Chapter President for the year 2000

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Recent Answers from Palma Conover

2006-05-31 Letters of Credit/Guaranty:

I apologize for the lateness of my reply    I have not heard of a government entity asking for a letter of credit and I'm not sure how that would benefit us as the requesting agency   Typically we will

2005-02-28 Contract Specialist:

Hello Will    First of all let me apologize for not responding earlier.  I have been away and this is my first day back.    Now about your question.  In New Jersey the only basic requirement is a 4 year

2003-03-12 Vendor Contracts:    I am attaching a url for the State of NJ Vendor information page.  Basically the process is simple.  You get on their vendors-list and when a bid


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