The overwhelming majority of governments use cooperative purchasing as part of their procurement strategy, according to a survey conducted by Government Procurement and its partner, NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement. The study, which was emailed to the magazine’s subscribers in August, was a follow up to a 2011 survey on the use of cooperative purchasing. More than 720 people responded to the survey, in contrast to 170 who responded in 2011. According to the current survey, ...

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