Woods offers competitive discounts to our dealers to support federal, state, county and city governments; public utilities; contractors that maintain government owned property; water districts, levy boards, and non-profit: hospitals, schools, churches, cemeteries, parks and other organizations. Woods is also a vendor on cooperative and state contracts with competitive pricing to make your organization’s buying process quicker and easier. Your local dealer can provide a quote utilizing our competitive discount programs or our cooperative or state contracts.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is the largest of 24 Councils of Government (COG) in Texas, and is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. It has been serving local governments for more than 40 years.
H-GAC’s Cooperative Purchasing Program, known as HGACBuy, was established pursuant to Texas Interlocal Cooperation. The Act allows local governments and certain non-profits to contract or agree under the terms of the Act to make purchases or provide purchasing services and other administrative functions appropriately established by another government entity. The Interlocal Contract (ILC) is the required legal document that establishes a link between the End User (local governments and certain non-profits) and HGACBuy, and gives the End User access to HGACBuy contracts.
The BuyBoard National Purchasing Cooperative is a cooperative formed between the National School Boards Association (NSBA) and several state school boards associations to streamline the buying process for schools, municipalities, and other public entities across the nation.
Developed to comply with state laws that require governmental entities to make purchases from an approved list of vendors who have gone through a competitive procurement process, BuyBoard gives members the advantage of leveraging the Cooperative’s ability to obtain bulk discounts, combined with the ease of online, web-based shopping.
OMNIA Partners is the largest and most trusted cooperative purchasing organization for public sector procurement, consolidating the nation’s two leading cooperative purchasing organizations – National IPA and U.S. Communities – under one roof to form OMNIA Partners, Public Sector. The collective buying power of these unified purchasing cooperatives delivers superior value and savings for public agencies nationwide.
Certified public procurement professionals and cooperative purchasing experts are committed to bringing value to you and your government agency. They act as your advocates to leverage cooperative purchasing as a strategic part of your procurement strategy so you can drive efficiency, effectiveness and real savings within your agency or organization.
The Office of State Procurement (OSP) serves the agencies and people of Louisiana by ensuring that the state’s contracting and purchasing activities are conducted legally, fairly, and efficiently.
OSP also manages the purchasing of equipment, goods, supplies and operating services needed by state agencies. The office researches, develops and issues both statewide and agency-specific contracts and competitively bids items not covered under annual contracts. In all of its purchasing activities the office strives to reduce costs to the state by harnessing the purchasing power of the entire state to obtain the best pricing for all agencies, large and small.
Woods State Contract Number: 4400010020
Iowa Department of Administrative Services Central Procurement and Fleet Services Enterprise (CPFSE) facilitates a procurement process that provides timely, cost-effective, high quality goods & services through cooperative and proactive purchasing practices. This includes administering the Purchasing Card Program, which can be used by State agencies to purchase goods, services, and certain travel expenses in accordance with procurement, State accounting, and purchasing card policies
Woods Contract Number: 17314D