webinar register page

Webinar banner
Snure Seminars Bid Law, Procurement and Public Works Webinar
In this webinar, Brian promises a fun and informative review of the Washington State Bid, Procurement, and Public Works laws and standards of practice. Topics to be covered include:

Bid Law Compliance, Public Works Contracting, Prevailing Wages, Equipment Purchase options, Procurement Policies, Service Contracts,
Intergovernmental Purchases, Surplus Property disposal, Federal Grant Compliance and more....

Pricing:
- $70 per attendee (each attendee must be registered with a unique email address)

- $300.00 Department Access Pass. The Department Access Pass allows a Fire District or RFA to provide access to all District/RFA affiliated commissioners, employees and volunteers that wish to attend. For this pass you will receive a single logon code that you will need to share with your attendees.

All Webinar Attendees will receive Snure Seminars 2021 Bid Law handbook and associated materials. Webinar materials will be sent electronically to the email address provided during registration prior to the Webinar.

Invoicing will occur following registration but receipt of payment before the webinar is not a requirement to attend. Access to a recording of the seminar will be provided as part of the Unlimited Access Pass and will also be provided to individuals that register but are unable to attend the live Webinar.

Email any questions to Brian@snurelaw.com. Thank you for registering!

Feb 26, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Webinar logo
* Required information
Loading

By registering, I agree to the Privacy Statement and Terms of Service.

Register

Speakers

Brian Snure
Lawyer @Snure Law Office, PSC
Brian Snure, of Snure Law Office, PSC has represented fire protection districts, regional fire authorities and other special purpose districts including water districts, sewer districts, metropolitan park districts and cemetery districts for over twenty-five years. Our municipal clients range in size from small all volunteer fire districts located in rural areas to large urban districts and regional fire authorities. He currently represents over 100 municipal clients throughout western and eastern Washington. He has authored or co-authored numerous handbooks relating to fire districts and departments and has spoken at numerous Continuing Legal Education courses on a wide variety of issues affecting municipal governments. Brian frequently serves as a lecturer at seminars presented by the Washington Fire Commissioners Association, the Washington State Sewer and Water Association and presents the Snure Seminars annual series of seminars.