Want to know how to implement all the tips and tricks of a productive meeting and at the same time avoid the pitfalls of a bad one? AgendaManager® provides a common web-based platform for planning and implementing all service agency and school district meetings, such as Board, Administrative, and Faculty. With AgendaManager® literally any meeting can be made more productive. This solution not only allows you to implement positive meeting practices through technology, but also supports communication within school districts and service agencies as well as communication between service agencies and school districts.
EasyProcure, The Education Procurement Card, is growing fast and so are the rebates! Established in 2005, this procurement card program has numerous benefits to offer including a rebate based on the aggregate total of participants’ purchases. Earn a rebate on the first dollar you spend using your EasyProcure card!
The ECG Group is an energy-savings engineering firm whose core expertise is the financial accounting of energy conservation measures, and the design of the specialized mechanical systems that produce them. ECG’s experience with both the technical and financial aspects of energy-savings equipment make it uniquely qualified to represent school districts throughout Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (GESA)/Energy Performance Contract initiatives. Three factors differentiate ECG's services: (1) No out-of-pocket expenses to the school district. (2) A one-stop-shop, end-to-end service to ensure project success. (3) World-class expertise with more than 125 GESA/energy performance contract projects completed over 20 years using industry-specific best practices. ECG offers a zero-risk, comprehensive economic opportunity plan at no cost or obligation to determine your school district’s GESA opportunity size and financial return. Any project awarded is contractually guaranteed to provide the savings identified.
Forecast5TM offers unique analytic solutions that focus on the pressing issues in Pennsylvania Education.The Forecast5TM tools are built to drive decisions with statewide information.
Innovu is the data analytics vendor chosen by PASBO to deliver data-driven insights about school healthcare benefits programs across the state. More than 200 Pennsylvania schools currently use the Innovu EmployerLens® solution.
KPN (Keystone Purchasing Network) is a national cooperative purchasing program operated by the Central Susquehanna IU 16 (CSIU). KPN offers many pre-bid contracts for school & office supplies, furniture, copiers/printers, custodial supplies, roofing services, FieldTurf/Beynon athletic fields, tracks and courts surfaces, MUSCO athletic field lighting, GT Grandstand seating, modular classrooms and buildings and many other supply contracts. KPN also offers an indefinite construction contract that can be used for repairs and renovations that covers general construction, HVAC, plumbing and electrical work. Schools use KPN all the time to streamline their procurement requirements to save time and money. More information is available at www.theKPN.org.
Municibid is a free and easy-to-use online auction platform for governments and schools to sell items of all kinds to the public. Selling agencies see better results and keep 100% of the auction proceeds. Municibid currently serves over 2,000 PA governments and schools.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Consortium for Schools (PICS) was formed in 1981 by school business officials to provide alternative insurance solutions to a limited marketplace. PICS continues to pursue that mission and is still governed by school business officials. PASBO is proud to have partnered with PICS to bring its members a best in class workers’ compensation solution designed to lower your school’s cost of risk, improve your results, and maximize the efficiency of your processes.
Pennsylvania-based cooperative that brings bid protection to more than two million tech products, all posted on the website at www.PEPPM.org will now allow PASBO members to enjoy better communication and insider tips on technology purchasing
The Pennsylvania School District Liquid Asset Fund ("PSDLAF" or the "Fund") is a customized cash management program created in 1982 by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association and the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials to provide a unique set of benefits and enhancements for public funds.