or B2G, is how governments are now procuring
products and services from businesses.
Governments now buy products and
services through E-Procurement,
which-is- the online buying
of products and services using online auctions, reverse
auctions and specialty malls.
VisionOnline has been helping
government agencies do e-commerce over
the web since 1997. Our personnel
worked on the early versions of GSA
Online. We helped set up an
online procurement center for the Army
at Ft. Belvoir that allows soldiers
overseas order essential
telecommunication and computer equipment
from a private virtual mall.
Contact us to learn more about how we
can help you develop an e-procurement
strategy that best fits your
B2G is transforming not only how
government is procuring products and
services from businesses, but is also
redefining how people and organizations
interact with their government.
More and more citizens are now asking
for traditional government services over
the Internet. To meet this demand,
federal agencies and local government
offices are turning to businesses to
help them transform their traditional
services to e-services.
VisionOnline has expertise in
both e-Business and Government
contracting. We can help
government offices develop web
strategies and web applications using
the latest COTS products, which will make the
transformation of government services a breeze. We understand
that handling government-to-citizen
services is the government's business;
making sure government can get that job
done is ours!
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