CoProcure helps government buyers find your business, for free.

Thousands of government buyers come to CoProcure each month to find businesses like yours. Whether you’re an experienced supplier looking to grow your government business, or just starting out, CoProcure can help you access the $1.5 trillion local government market.

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Free visibility

CoProcure shows your business to government buyers, for free.

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Qualified leads

Get inbound inquiries from government buyers.

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Support and education

Get tips and connect with specialists when you need help.

Help government buyers find your business

Add or claim your business profile.

Your profile is where government buyers learn more about your business, understand the products and services you can provide, see available options for working with you, and post questions.

  1. Click "Sign In" on the CoProcure page, and after entering your email, click on "I'm a supplier" to ensure you create a supplier account.
  2. Search for the business you would like to claim when signing up.
    • If you are not yet on CoProcure, please email the details of a cooperative contract that you have been awarded.
  3. Verify the email you want to use for your supplier account. We ask you to verify your email to ensure you are an authorized representative of your business.
  4. Upon verification, you will be able to update and add information about your business. This information provides great visibility to government buyers.

Improve your visibility.

Make sure you list your service areas and the products and services you can offer. Additional information about your experience selling to governments, links to contracts that buyers can use to work with you, your business diversity status, and a thoughtful introduction to your company also help buyers understand your business and how to work with you.

Respond quickly.

Government buyers may send you questions or request quotes through CoProcure. When you receive an email from a government buyer through CoProcure, respond quickly. The faster you respond, the better your chances of working with the public agency.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What determines if my business shows up in search results?
    We will show your business in search results when:

    The buyer’s search matches your offerings. We use the content of your profile to evaluate if you’re a good match. You can make sure this content is accurate by sharing keywords about the products and services you offer and writing a short description of your business. The location is right. We aim to only show government buyers suppliers that have confirmed that they’d like to serve the government’s area. Since each business’s service area is different, it’s important that you correctly fill this information out on your profile.
  • How can I improve my ranking in search?
    Showing up in results is not the same as being at the top of the list. We are constantly improving our search rankings to make sure that we are showing buyers the most relevant suppliers. To improve your search ranking, add additional information about your business like cooperative contracts, government customers served, diversity status, and more details about the products and services you provide.
  • What does CoProcure cost for suppliers?
    It is free for all suppliers to be listed on CoProcure. In the future, CoProcure will begin to offer more premium features and resources for suppliers. These offerings will be optional. When these offerings become available, we will notify you in case you’d like to opt-in.
  • I’m part of a larger business or franchise. Who should I list as a point of contact on my business profile?
    Please list the best point of contact for inquiries from government buyers. If you’re part of a larger business, this should be someone who can be responsible for triaging inquiries to the right contact(s) when they come in through CoProcure.
  • Can I remove my business page from CoProcure?
    CoProcure provides a directory listing of suppliers for public purchasers to make it easier for public sector buyers to find suppliers. Supplier business information is from publicly accessible records, and this information is typically a matter of public record and public concern. Therefore, we do not remove such information from the site.

    While we understand that some business owners might prefer to keep a low profile, it’s important - and a legal right - for public entities to be able to find and share helpful information about businesses.

    You can update or change the information on your business page by claiming your profile on CoProcure. If you need assistance editing the information provided, or you have any questions, please submit a detailed note with supplementary information via email.
  • What if my business has closed?
    If your business has closed, please let us know. Please note that closed businesses sometimes still appear in CoProcure search results in order to inform government searchers that it is no longer possible to contract with the closed business.
  • I don’t see my question here. How can I get help?
    We’re happy to help. Just send us a note at