University of Dayton, OH
Saved $40K on microscopes
Saved $17,500 on gym equipment
Orange County, FL
Identified a vendor was not sole source
Monroe County Housing Authority, PA
Saved $50K on tree trimming
What We Offer
Use Price Check to discover all the prices paid by government agencies around the United States to make sure you’re making a sound purchasing decision for your agency.
Search through popular co-ops or add a specific co-op to see if the product or service you need to buy has been purchased by another agency from these contracts, allowing for piggyback opportunities.
Use socio-economic to find minority owned, woman owned, veteran owned, or small businesses that have been verfified by Federal agency classifications with vendor locations in your state.
Use Vendor Validation to locate vendors that have previously sold a particular product or service to a government agency.
Sole Source Lookup
Use Sole Source Lookup if a vendor has advised they are a sole source provider. This tool will show if any other vendors have sold a product or service you’re looking to buy.
Use a bid specs tool to locate bids published by agencies around the country. Use the RFP and other documents as a starting point for you to create your own RFP.
Get a Quote
Get a quote though the largest audience of companies actively competing for the business of local, state, and federal government agencies.
Search Historical Spending
Search historical spending using keywords and filters so you can see what other agencies have been purchasing, as well as discover vendors and pricing.
How It Works
1. Search for any product or service.
We designed a powerful search engine that allows agencies to filter through our database to of historical government spending history to find what their peers are saving money on.
2. View Spending details and identify savings.
Identify local vendors who provide services within a 50 mile radius and what other local agencies paid for the same product/service. You can validate sole source companies, piggyback on other contracts, and compare state contract and co-op pricing.
3. Save your searches and receive updates in your inbox.
You are now armed with the intelligence to seek approval from your Committee or Board. Use the purchase order data from neighboring agencies to leverage best price with existing vendors. Save your searches to receive notifications every time new purchase orders are added to our database.
“The program is specifically designed for competitive sourcing situations – it is strategic, streamlined, methodical, logical, and transparent.”
– Darryl Mitchell, former Director of Strategic Sourcing at Georgia Department of Administrative Services