Cooperative PurchasingCooperative purchasing offers agencies the opportunity to save money through bulk purchasing and lower procurement-related costs for green products.
Public agencies in Washington State can purchase products at significantly discounted prices via cooperative purchasing organizations, including: King County Director's Association (KCDA)
King County Directors' Association (KCDA) is a purchasing cooperative owned by Washington's public school districts. KCDA saves money for members by ordering in volume and supporting their purchasing and distribution requirements.
The following agencies are eligible to become members of the KDCA:
U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance
U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance is a government purchasing cooperative that reduces the cost of goods and services by aggregating the purchasing power of public agencies nationwide.
Generally, the following agencies are eligible to use the U.S. Communities Program:
U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance Go Green Program offers a broad line of green products, services and resources. In addition to green contracts that offer eco-friendly products, local government will find a wealth of green information and resources.
Washington State Purchasing Cooperative
The Washington State Purchasing Cooperative is a program through which non-state agency organizations can access state goods and services contracts. As a volume purchaser, the state collectively negotiates better rates for goods and services saving buyers valuable budget dollars.
State agencies are automatically enrolled in the Coop. The following agencies are eligible to join:
For Buy Green technical assistance, contact:
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