Government Solutions

Making equipment purchases for nonprofit, governmental or educational entities?

Cooperative buying agreements can help simplify the bidding process.

If making equipment purchases for governmental, nonprofit or educational entities in the U.S. or Canada is part of your job, cooperative buying agreements can help simplify the bidding process. Consider using Sourcewell to satisfy and simplify the bidding process.

How government, educational, nonprofit entities can leverage cooperative buying

Considering Vermeer industrial construction equipment purchases on behalf of a governmental, educational or nonprofit entity in the U.S. or Canada? Or part of a Native American tribe, charter school, or public or private educational institution in need of new commercial construction equipment? Consider using Sourcewell to satisfy and simplify the bidding process. 

As a public sector or nonprofit employee or contractor, you know how time-consuming and complicated bidding processes can be. Sourcewell helps simplify that process, and provides your entity with competitive bids on new equipment purchases. If you’re involved in making purchases for government on the local, county, state, regional or national level, or part of a qualifying nonprofit entity, Sourcewell satisfies the bid process.

Use Sourcewell to help simplify, satisfy the bidding process No matter whether you refer to it as cooperative buying or cooperative purchasing, Sourcewell satisfies the bid process. As member of Sourcewell, you can take advantage of Sourcewell bids on new equipment purchases, like those of high-quality Vermeer industrial construction equipment. How to get started Membership of Sourcewell is free to qualifying government, educational and nonprofit entities. Visit their website for more information. Go to https://sourcewell-mn.gov Already belong to Sourcewell? Contact Vermeer to learn more. If you’re already a member of Sourcewell, contact Vermeer to discuss how you can leverage Sourcewell to satisfy the bid process on the purchase of new Vermeer machines. Contact a Vermeer dealer today and mention Sourcewell.

What is the Sourcewell?

Sourcewell is a governmental unit committed to providing cooperative solutions for governmental, educational and nonprofit entities. Sourcewell offers a variety of cooperative programs and services for its members on a local, regional, state or province-wide and national scale in the United States and Canada.

Sourcewell establishes and provides nationally-leveraged, competitively solicited purchasing contracts, under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable Sourcewell members to legally purchase through Sourcewell awarded contracts, like those awarded by Sourcewell to Vermeer Corporation, under Sourcewell contract number 062117-VRM for grounds equipment, 012418-VRM for utility equipment and 050119-VRM for recycling and repurposing equipment.

  

Use Sourcewell to help simplify, satisfy the bidding process

No matter whether you refer to it as cooperative buying or cooperative purchasing, Sourcewell satisfies the bid process. As member of Sourcewell, you can take advantage of Sourcewell bids on new equipment purchases, like those of high-quality Vermeer industrial construction equipment.

How to get started

  • Membership of Sourcewell is free to qualifying government, educational and nonprofit entities. Visit their website for more information.
  • Go to https://sourcewell-mn.gov

Already belong to Sourcewell?

If you’re already a member of Sourcewell, contact Vermeer to discuss how you can leverage Sourcewell to satisfy the bid process on the purchase of new Vermeer machines.

Contact a Vermeer dealer today and mention Sourcewell.