Choice Partners national purchasing cooperative offers quality, legal procurement and contract solutions to meet government purchasing requirements. We also meet all of the EDGAR/Uniform Guidance/2 CFR 200 requirements!  

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Vendor Spotlight: Yellowstone Landscape

Posted on September 15, 2020
                                                          If mowing and planting is not your cup of tea, Choice vendor, Yellowstone Landscape, could be your best asset. ...
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Vendor Spotlight: Trident Beverage

Posted on May 28, 2019
More than 32 school districts in Texas plus several out-of-state members of Choice Partners Co-op count on Trident Beverage to supply students with smart snack compliant beverages on a daily basis. Once a district, college or university contracts to ...
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Vendor Spotlight: Smart Mouth

Posted on July 20, 2018
GREAT TASTE AND PROFIT TOO! With the theme, “Feed MORE Teens … Guaranteed!,” Smart Mouth, a Choice Partners awarded vendor, has done just that and more. This pizza manufacturer offers all the ingredients, machinery and training for school nut...
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Buckeye brings world-class shimmer to facilities

Posted on October 5, 2016
Anyone who’s ever attempted to clean up a major spill with a minor amount of tissue understands that not all janitorial supplies are created equal. Whether you’re buffing a gymnasium floor or taking out the trash, it pays to know that you can rely on ...
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Best Practices in Procurement: Three Tips from Top Specialists

Posted on September 7, 2016
School purchasing professionals “have a lot to keep up with,” according to Pam Perkins, program specialist, Consumer Protection Division of the Texas Attorney General’s Office. Perkins, who has spent many years investigating claims of illegal purcha...
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Teaching Systems gets straight A’s on quality, service

Posted on August 4, 2016
Robots run around the room. 3D printers create architectural designs, dioramas, models of body parts – you name it. Laser machines engrave detailed artwork and maps on wood and carve chess sets out of stone. Is this Earth in the year 2200, perhaps?...
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