A Virigina Company was the lowest bidder for the Framingham Public Schools contract to help the district improve communications
K12 Insight, a Virginia-based independent technology and communications firm, bid was for $40,000.
"This partnership with K12 Insight perfectly aligns with our goal of providing a healthy workplace for both students and adults," said Framingham Superintendent Stacy L. Scott said last week. "This helps us show all our stakeholders that we’re actively listening to their issues and concerns — and that we have the capacity to respond to that feedback."
The other bidders were:
- Public Consulting Group Inc. of Boston at $89,600
- Center for Educational Leadership and Technology in Marlborough at $53,500