- Cooperative Purchasing
A local government may participate in a cooperative purchasing program with another local government or a local cooperative organization.
Texas Local Government Code §271.102
A local government that is participating in a cooperative purchasing program may sign an agreement with another participating local government or a local cooperative organization stating that the signing local government will:
- Designate a person to act in all matters relating to the program;
- Make payments provided in the agreement;
- Be responsible for a vendor’s compliance with provisions relating to the quality of items and terms of delivery.
A local government that purchases goods or services under this subchapter satisfies any state law requiring the local government to seek competitive bids for the purchase of the goods or services.
The City of Rosenberg participates in the following cooperative programs:
For more information on these programs please contact the cooperative directly using the contact information provided in the links above. The City of Rosenberg Purchasing Department does not register vendors or award contracts for these programs.
Interlocal Purchasing Agreements
The City of Rosenberg has existing agreements with other local government entities to establish a cooperative purchasing program between the entities. Currently the City has agreements with the following entities:
|City of Fulshear||Fort Bend County||Region 8 Education Service Center|
|City of Missouri City||Harris County||State of Texas|
|City of Pearland|
|City of Plano|
|City of Sugar Land|
Learn More About Cooperative Procurement
To learn more about what cooperative procurement is and how to become involved whether you are a supplier, governmental entity or citizen. Please visit the National Cooperative Procurement Partners website.
The National Cooperative Procurement Partners, also known as NCPP, is North America’s premier association for cooperative procurement, leading the way in elevating the discussion, advocacy, and educational content surrounding cooperative procurement. Working collaboratively to bring all the partners in procurement together—cooperative organizations, strategic suppliers with cooperative contracts, affiliated organizations, and public procurement professionals—their mission is to produce meaningful resources to support public procurement agencies and become the go-to association for cooperative procurement.