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One of the most often talked about subjects in recent years is the topic of procurement processes. They vary from condo to condo, manager to manager, and management company to management company. Part of that is due to the very nature of condominiums. Individual condos have the decision-making responsibilities of what work will be done, who will do it, what vendors will be used and even what type of contract will be issued. These realities fly in the face of the systemic approach to procurement that most would want to see in our industry.