Providing Local Government Power, Access and Trust

OMNIA Partners is the cooperative purchasing organization that is driving excellence in local government procurement. Its unmatched breadth of competitively-solicited contracts from world-class suppliers streamlines the purchasing process and helps local government agencies achieve their strategic goals. Learn More.

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ARTICLE
Cooperative contracts help Denver stay ahead of the pandemic curve. Read more about how they approached sourcing needs in these challenging times.
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PROMOTION
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CASE STUDY
The City of Dallas was able to save on renewable energy products by piggybacking Tradition Energy's competitively-solicited and publicly-awarded cooperative contract, available through OMNIA Partners.
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CASE STUDY
Maintaining a deteriorating roof proved costly and ineffective, so Elsie Coffey Childcare Development Center utilized Garland's cooperative contract through OMNIA Partners for a more permanent roofing solution.
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A Sampling of Our Suppliers

Utilizing the lead public agency contracting model local governments rely upon as best practice, OMNIA Partners brings compliance, maximum value and unparalleled efficiencies to the purchasing process. Our participants have access to the largest portfolio of competitively solicited cooperative purchasing contracts with best-in-class national suppliers. Check out these suppliers who are helping local government purchasing professionals save time and resources while still meeting purchasing requirements.

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Testimonials

The cost savings really depends on the commodity purchased. Our division has begun tracking cost savings when soliciting competition, through cooperative contracts and from individual solicitation of companies. Since July 2017, our division has saved over $93,000 on acquisitions. 

Greg Piland

Financial Operations Manager
City of Kirkland, WA