NASPO adds GEP to cooperative purchasing program

01 November 2023 1 min. read
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The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) has added GEP’s procurement software and services to its NASPO ValuePoint cooperative purchasing program.

Through the ValuePoint contract, GEP will support US states, territories, and the District of Columbia with modernization of their e-procurement operations to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency in the public purchasing process.

The ValuePoint cooperative purchasing division aggregates the demand of all the states and territories to deliver better prices, terms and conditions, and value-added services.NASPO adds GEP to cooperative purchasing program"We're excited to support NASPO members and help them transform their procurement operations, automating processes, increasing efficiency and transparency, and realizing new value for their taxpayers," said Ken Legge, vice president, alliances & partnerships, GEP.

GEP was selected by the non-profit association for the ValuePoint contract following a competitive review.

Based in Clark, NJ, GEP provides software, managed services, and consulting in supply chain and procurement. The firm has 5000+ employees and 27 offices and delivery centers globally supporting 550+ companies

GEP recently launched GEP Quantum, an AI-first, low-code platform for procurement and supply chain.