by Carol Thompson
Without a contract for nearly a year and a half, the review process for selecting a vendor to provide data imaging services for the Oswego County clerk’s office is expected to be underway in the near future.
A committee will be selected soon, Legislator Terry Wilbur told members of the legislature’s Community and Consumer Affairs Committee when they met Wednesday.
An update on the progress of the request for proposals was on the agenda, however, due to the absence of County Administrator Phil Church, Wilbur said he had only a brief update.
Five vendors have submitted proposals in an effort to secure a contract for data imaging of records held by the clerk’s office. Each vendor has agreed to hold their quoted price for 90 days.
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