Recorded on April 18, 2013: This live web conference highlights important dates, provides ordering application instructions, and shares information on the newly added Common Core approved ELA and Math programs.
Recording: New York City Department of Education Core Curriculum Program: Criteria for Instructional Materials Adoption, November 14, 2012
Recording: This webinar is intended to orient interested instructional materials vendors to the NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CORE CURRICULUM PROGRAM: CRITERIA FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION, OCTOBER 2012.
Recording: For the tenth year in a row, teams will be “walking through” New York City’s public schools to assess building readiness and help prepare schools for the beginning of the new school year.
Recording: Evaluators to be trained on evaluation procedures, how to access the proposals, and use of electronic evaluation forms.
To train the 2011 walkthrough surveyors, the NYCDOE Core Curriculum Office hosted an online meeting to explain the 2011 Walkthrough survey questions and online submission process. (Recorded: August 24, 2011)
This is a short discussion (14 minutes) of changes that have been made to the usage of certain OTPS object codes beginning in FY12. The intended audience is DOE staff who work on budgets and staff who create purchase orders in FAMIS. This information will impact the budgets and purchase orders for professional services in the new fiscal year. (Recorded: June 13, 2011)
The Division of Contracts and Purchasing has recently implemented system enhancements that enable you to see the key milestones associated with each procurement, along with reasonable estimated completion dates for each. The goal of this report is to provide a user friendly interface that allows real time status updates for ongoing procurements. (Recorded: May 6, 2011)
This live web conference highlighted the new features added to the Core Curriculum ordering tool and we’ll share information on the newly added Social Studies grades for K-2 and ELA Classroom Collections for grades 11-12. (Recorded: April 12, 2011)
This webcast archive highlights the Multiple Task Award Contract (MTAC) process. The webcast is be an opportunity to see and learn how to use the MTAC tool when procuring Professional Services. Discusses how schools can solicit proposals from a pool of pre-qualified vendors, provide a refresher on the do’s and don’t when using MTAC and provide suggestions on how to utilize this tool for grant programs. (Recorded: January 24, 2011.)
This webcast highlights the new changes in procurement rules and how it affects the processing requirements in FAMIS. (Recorded: May 20, 2010.)