Strategic Procurement Partnerships
Choice Partners Cooperative
Choice Partners purchasing cooperative offers procurement and contract solutions to meet government purchasing requirements. Staff at Choice Partners complete the legal, competitively bid government procurement process so members can act immediately to access the contract they need, saving time and money on the bidding process and purchase.
To access the Choice Partners shared services solutions, please register. If you represent a governmental entity in Texas, sign-up to download the interlocal contract that you need for your governing board’s approval. Once it is approved, send it to Choice Partners for our HCDE governing board approval.
HGACBuy is a nationwide, government procurement service striving to make the governmental procurement process more efficient. Units of local government, including non-profits providing governmental services, are eligible to become participating members of the HGACBuy Cooperative. All contracts available to participating members of HGACBuy have been awarded by virtue of a public competitive process compliant with state statutes.
OMNIA Partners is the largest and most experienced organization in procurement and supply chain management. Covering both the private and public sectors, OMNIA Partners unites industry-leading buying power and world-class suppliers to offer an extensive portfolio of sourcing solutions and partnerships. Through economies of scale, OMNIA Partners is able to deliver more contracts, in more verticals with transparent, value-driven pricing.
National Cooperative Procurement Partners (NCPP)
The National Cooperative Procurement Partners (NCPP) is leading the way in elevating the discussion, advocacy and educational content on cooperative procurement. Working collaboratively to bring all the “partners” in procurement together - cooperatives, strategic suppliers, affiliated organization and public procurement professionals - its goal is to produce meaningful educational tools to support public procurement agencies and become the “go to” resource for cooperative procurement.