Elevate Your Construction Procurement Through Cooperatives

Elevate Your Construction Procurement Through Cooperatives

Cooperative purchasing is known for its efficiency and group purchasing power. Procurement officials typically use co-op agreements for acquiring supplies, equipment and other services. But using cooperative purchasing for procuring construction services, specifically Job Order Contracting (JOC), can streamline an otherwise burdensome process. In using JOC, government officials can save valuable time with access to competitively-awarded, local contractors available to start work immediately.

This presentation covers the growth, trends and best practices of purchasing construction through cooperatives. Officials from the City of Lubbock and the BuyBoard® cooperative shared their lessons learned and examples of successful projects procured via co-ops. Public officials require a faster, better and more simplified solution for completing construction projects – cooperative purchasing is it.

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