Philadelphia has spent nearly $700,000 to make doing business with the city more efficient. It's dropping its antiquated paper procedures for an electronic system, and adding processes that the city's new Chief Administrative Officer says will make it easier for small, minority- and women-owned businesses to get a shot at the $3 billion the city spends on goods and services each year.
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