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Commission opens bids for computer hardware
The Cape Girardeau County Commission opened bids for computer hardware for the Recorders Office during its meeting Thursday.
The companies placing bids were Computer 21, $20,814.20; Phoenix IT, $21,315.99; CompUSA, $30,117.46; Fidler Technologies, $29,754; Technology & Networking, $26,206 and $21,756; Innovative Idea, $18,867; CDWG, $26,952.74; and Alexander Open Systems, $17,326.
The commissioners passed a motion to refer the bids to information technology director Eric McGowen and Recorder of Deeds Janet Robert for evaluation.