This course is designed to help current public procurement professionals understand the role and use of cooperative procurements. This will include covering the use, benefits and characteristics of the different types of cooperative contracts. The use of statewide contracts, national cooperatives and the General Service Administration schedules are discussed. Furthermore, learners will explore the due diligence process for selecting a cooperative contract.
Suggested Audience: Procurement Assistants (administrative support, warehouse inventory manager, warehouse inventory support staff) and buyers (entry-level buyers, intermediate buyers)
To provide procurement officers with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of cooperative procurements.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
Contact Hours: 2 Hour
Registration: $40 discounted rate; $70 standard rate
Course Technology Requirements:
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