We are 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 procurement process compliant with state statutes.
HGACBuy offers contracts covering a wide variety of products and services, many of which are capital intensive.
Manufacturing surcharges may be added due to supply chain difficulties. HGACBuy is working with suppliers to confirm conditions impacting these additional cost are necessary. HGACBuy can provide supporting documentation upon request.
The Open House is a convenient opportunity for members, potential members, partners, vendors, and staff to assemble and communicate virtually, while learning about specific products/services offered through our contracts and the benefits of participating in The HGACBuy Cooperative Purchasing Program.
Becoming an HGACBuy Contractor requires perspective vendors to go through a public competitive bid/proposal process.
To become a Member and participate in purchasing through HGACBuy, you must:
Be a state agency, county, municipality, special district, or other political subdivision of a state, or a qualifying non-profit corporation (providing one or more governmental function or service)
Possess legal authority to enter into the Contract.
The Member warrants that both requirements are fulfilled by execution of an Interlocal Contract (ILC).
Click here to learn more about becoming a Member.
IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING FEMA AND HGACBUY DISASTER RECOVERY
HGACBuy offers the following guidance to our members for Disaster Preparedness, Planning and Recovery when using HP08-17 and HP10-17 All Hazards Preparedness, Planning, Consulting and Recovery Services.
“When I could not reach a vendor or no response from a vendor, HGAC made contact with the vendor and made sure my concerns were addressed”Mike Collins