The following links contain Cooperative Contracts that your agency may be able to use. Contact the specific agency and buyer for more details.
ProcureSource was created with one goal — to make cooperative purchasing easier. Cooperative purchasing has had a long history in government, education and with nonprofits and throughout this time the landscape has changed significantly. Legislation has been changed, options have expanded and use of cooperative contracts has become an industry norm and best practice.
The Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA) is a multi-state non-profit organization made up of Educational Service Agencies / political subdivisions organized through a Memorandum of Understanding between all participating states. We are a true “cooperative” who serves to leverage purchasing power to benefit all schools and agencies, regardless of size, with the ability to purchase at equal buying levels
GSA Advantage is the online shopping and ordering system that provides access to thousands of contractors and millions of supplies (products) and services. Anyone may browse on GSA Advantage!® to view and compare the variety of products and services offered.
State and local government entities can now use GSA Advantage!® to purchase products and services under both the Cooperative Purchasing Program and the Disaster Recovery Purchasing Program.
As a unit of local government, HGACBuy strives to make the governmental procurement process more efficient by establishing competitively priced contracts for goods and services, and providing the customer service necessary to help its members achieve their procurement goals.
KCDA’s mission is to provide centralized procurement services to member school districts and public agencies that will save them time and money as well as comply with all legal procurement requirements. Our goal is to help school districts focus their resources in the classroom and to help public agencies focus on direct services to the taxpayers.
Mission: Best value for pharmaceuticals and healthcare products and services to government facilities across the nation. Model: A government group purchasing organization using cooperative purchasing that follows stringent procurement laws. Vision: Government serving as government’s procurement solution for healthcare products and services.
The NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Organization (formerly WSCA-NASPO) provides the highest standard of excellence in public cooperative contracting. By leveraging the leadership and expertise of all states with the purchasing power of their public entities, NASPO ValuePoint delivers best value, reliable, competitively sourced contracts. Since 1993 NASPO ValuePoint has been the cooperative purchasing arm of NASPO (the National Association of State Procurement Officials) encouraging, fostering and guiding the nation’s most significant public contract cooperative.
NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance) is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. NCPA utilizes state of the art procurement resources and solutions that result in cooperative purchasing contracts that ensure all public agencies are receiving products and services of the highest quality at the lowest prices.
National IPA saves you time and money. Participating in the cooperative buying power of more than 45,000 entities allows you to pay less for products and reduce administrative costs, which helps you do more with less.
The National Joint Powers Alliance provides member-centered solutions that enable Government, Education, and Non-Profit agencies to work more efficiently and leverages its resources to effectively re-invest in the communities we serve as an invaluable Service Cooperative partner.
U.S. Communities is the leading national cooperative purchasing program, providing world class government procurement resources and solutions to local and state government agencies, school districts (K-12), higher education institutions, and nonprofits looking for the best overall supplier government pricing.
Please contact ICP Director Annie Teav via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, if a link is broken, or if you wish to add a cooperative link.