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Cooperative purchasing is “Procurement conducted by, or on behalf of, one or more Public Procurement Units” as defined by the American Bar Association Model Procurement Code for State and Local Governments.
Sourcewell's analysts streamline the procurement process by developing RFPs and IFBs for national, competitive solicitations that meet or exceed local requirements. Our rigorous process is continually refined to best meet the needs of participating agencies and allows us to offer exceptional products from nationally acclaimed suppliers.
Our Procurement Team takes care of the entire competitive solicitation process—both request for proposals on general purchases and invitations to bid on construction contracting—so you don't have to. Still have questions? We've got you covered.
Develop Request for Proposal
We study our clients' needs and conduct industry research.
Public Notice & Advertisement
Advertise RFP notice, and host a pre-proposal conference.
The official public RFP opening of properly submitted proposals.
Review proposals and evaluate based on established scoring criteria.
Contracts awarded to the most responsive and responsible vendor(s), and award notices sent.
Ready to get started? Simply follow these three easy steps to begin realizing the benefits of cooperative purchasing.
Participating in Sourcewell is available to all government entities; public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities; and nonprofit organizations.
There is no cost, no obligation, and no liability.
Businesses, private consumers, and for-profit organizations are not eligible.