Cooperative purchasing is a best practice strategy used by public agencies to reduce costs and expedite the procurement process. But buyers often have questions about how it works:
- Can I be sure a contract is giving me the best value?
- Am I allowed to negotiate?
- Should I have Legal review the paperwork?
In this report, Cooperative Purchasing — Your Top Seven Questions Answered, get a clearer picture of how buyers at the city, state or local level can leverage cooperative contracts to source goods and services more efficiently.
Find out if adding cooperative contracts to your public agency’s procurement process can help you save money, save time, and stay in compliance. Read the report now.