We're building CoProcure to be the first stop for your public buying decisions. Search tens of thousands of active cooperative contracts from national and regional cooperatives including OMNIA Partners, Sourcewell, NASPO ValuePoint, Savvik Buying Group, BuyBoard, NCPA, and more, as well as state and local agencies, all in one place, for free.
Search by product, service, brand, or supplier. Use plain language - try a search for "submersible pump," "Panasonic projector," "IT consulting," or "playground equipment." No commodity codes necessary here!
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Find contracts you can piggyback on from national purchasing cooperatives including OMNIA Partners, Sourcewell, NASPO ValuePoint, states, and local agencies. Discover cooperative contracts from new cooperatives and local agencies, too.
Browse the solicitation and contract documents on CoProcure or download them for later reference. Jump directly to pricing documents, specifications, scope of work, and more.
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There are many reasons to add cooperative language to your government agency's solicitation and contract templates as a default. Including this language supports other governments, lowers the costs of selling into the government market for suppliers, and can even generate significant revenue for your agency.
Explore examples of how Portland, Oregon, the City of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, and King County, Washington have implemented cooperative language to get started.
If your agency asks end users to fill out a form when they originate a new purchasing request, consider adding a prompt to check for cooperative contracts on CoProcure first.
“Have you already checked for cooperative contracts on coprocure.us for this request? If so, please provide links to potential contracts to speed up the procurement process.”
If your agency awards contracts that include cooperative language, refer your awarded suppliers to CoProcure in an award notification or award letter to help them learn more about cooperative contracts and grow their government business. CoProcure offers free training materials for suppliers to learn about cooperative contracting. Suppliers can also maintain a free profile on CoProcure, so other public buyers can discover their business offerings under contract.
Referring suppliers to CoProcure can significantly help businesses - especially local and diverse businesses - win more government work. But referring suppliers to CoProcure is not just great for suppliers; it helps increase the amount of local supply available for other buyers on CoProcure, too!
Meet our team and learn how to get the most out of our tool! CoProcure is pleased to offer free trainings for procurement teams. Choose between a general session on cooperative contracting from a public procurement professional, tailored to cover your state’s rules and regulations, or an orientation to CoProcure from a member of our team. Agencies have run trainings during existing team meetings or during special training time slots.
We can tailor our session to your team’s timing and needs, focusing on how to use our tools to reduce the time needed to confirm scope and compliance. We’ve also been known to find usable contracts for open requests during these sessions!
End users are often in the best position to know what specific product models, types of service, or other specifications are needed. If you’d like to encourage end users to get more involved in the procurement process, we’re available to run training sessions focused specifically on end user needs and workflows. CoProcure is free to use for all government employees: consider sharing our tools so end users can find and share links to any useful contracts with you as part of their purchasing request process.
CoProcure collects information that is publicly available from hundreds of sources across the country. Public agencies and purchasing cooperatives also directly contribute data to our database. While all public purchasing data is a matter of public record, not all purchasing data is easy to find, well organized, or readily accessible. CoProcure leverages proprietary technical infrastructure to aggregate, organize, and make cooperative contract data searchable in a user-friendly way.
Our contract data is refreshed on a regular cadence, so you'll always have up-to-date information. If you'd like to see a new source added to CoProcure, please let us know.
CoProcure collects information from hundreds of sources across the country. We offer contracts from national coops such as OMNIA Partners, Sourcewell, NASPO ValuePoint, Savvik Buying Group, GSA, Equalis Group, National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA), Choice Partners, TIPS, and more. We also offer contracts from hundreds of state and regional governments (State of California, St. Louis County, etc) and purchasing cooperatives including groups such as HGACBuy, Texas DIR, and Kansas City Regional Purchasing Cooperative (KCRPC). You can see a list of cooperatives that are included in our site here.
We add new data sources based on buyer interest. If you'd like to see a new source added to CoProcure's database or have questions about an existing source, please let us know.
Our product is built for local governments, with local governments. From Pinal County, AZ and Grand Prairie, TX to Portland, OR and Adams 12 School District in CO, thousands of public agencies across the country use CoProcure each month to find and compare cooperative contracts. Government users of CoProcure regularly inform new features and collaborate on how to build them. For example, more than a dozen buyers from different public agencies across the country helped shape our latest product improvements.
CoProcure is free to governments and we intend to keep it that way, period. There is no fee to access contract data or use search and no implementation required to get started with our product.
We're a venture-backed, mission-driven technology company founded by former local public servants and technologists. We raised venture capital from private investors in Silicon Valley to hire top-notch technical and product talent and focus on building the best tool for buyers. Our future monetization plans are still in progress, but we're committed to keeping contract search open and free for public agencies.