When Orange County Public Schools made the decision in 2001 to forego outsourcing its foodservice operations, but to still seek outside help for righting its fiscal and operational ship, it had to word the RFP it sent out in a very careful way. The task was charged to three veteran foodservice supervisors who had been given interim oversight of the foodservice department while the district conducted a search for a permanent director (the previous director had retired the previous year). The ...
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