Cooperative procurement definition

Cooperative procurement means procurement conducted by, or on behalf of:
Cooperative procurement means a procurement conducted on behalf of more than one governmental body. “Cooperative procurement” includes but is not limited to multiagency contracts and price agreements. “Cooperative procurement” does not include an agreement formed among only governmental bodies under ORS chapter 190 or by a statute, charter provision, ordinance or other authority for establishing agreements between or among governmental bodies or agencies or tribal governing bodies or agencies.
Cooperative procurement means coordination of City purchases with purchases of other government bodies, public authorities, conservation authorities, municipalities, academia, schools and hospitals (MASH) sector and not-for-profit organizations.

Examples of Cooperative procurement in a sentence

  • Cooperative procurement programs are designed to provide value to agencies in areas such as reduced administrative costs, accelerated service delivery, lower pricing or opportunities for increased standardization.

  • Cooperative procurement means a procurement conducted by or on behalf of one or more contracting agencies.

  • Cooperative procurement initiates a demand pull by means of consolidated purchasing power that motivates manufacturers to produce green products at a lower price and thus spurs market transformation.

  • Cooperative procurement is not authorized for the procurement of professional services that are within the scope of the practice of architecture, professional engineering, landscape architecture, or registered land surveying.

  • Cooperative procurement is a process by which two or more governmental jurisdictions join together to purchase supplies or services from the same vendor.


More Definitions of Cooperative procurement

Cooperative procurement means procurement conducted by or on behalf of more than one state agency or local public body, or by a state agency or local public body with an external procurement unit.
Cooperative procurement means a procurement conducted by or on behalf of one or more contracting agencies.
Cooperative procurement means the purchase of Goods or Services as part of a Buying Group.
Cooperative procurement means coordination of City purchases with purchases of other government bodies, public authorities, conservation authorities, municipalities, academia, schools and hospitals (MASH) sector.
Cooperative procurement means a Procurement conducted by, or on behalf of, one or more contracting agencies. “Cooperative Procurement” includes but is not limited to multiparty Contracts and Price Agreements.
Cooperative procurement means procurement conducted by, or
Cooperative procurement means a procurement (combining of requirements) conducted on behalf of two or more public procurement units in order to obtain the benefit of volume purchasing and/or reduction in administrative expenses.