Cooperative purchasing is a very effective tool that public municipalities, private/non- profits, and healthcare sector procurement managers can use to obtain effective, best-value solutions. Aggregated volume creates significant price breaks. Partnering with a lead entity can reduce time, administrative overhead, and other costs, while leveraging the experience and expertise of those with specialized knowledge in a sector.
Purchasing agreements are beneficial for all participants through cost savings and a reduction in time to procure items by aggregating knowledge and technology. Not only are savings achieved by combining requirements into cooperative contracts, but further cost savings are realized though a reduction in administrative expenses. These agreements typically satisfy procurement requirements of agencies, municipalities and non-profits who otherwise would need to complete their own RFP process.
Below is a listing of those types of organizations.
We also welcome GSA qualified clients.