1,622 New Supplier Vendors Also Join the E-Procurement Platform
Seattle, Wash. (December 3, 2019) —DemandStar, the online network connecting local and national suppliers with government procurement officers, welcomes 11 new government agencies and 1622 new suppliers to the network in November. These new government agencies and suppliers can now connect with DemandStar’s community of 510 other government agencies and 170,000 businesses, 70,000 of which are minority-owned.
“Communities are reaping the network benefits of a greater number of businesses and government agencies who have joined DemandStar,” said Ben Vaught, CEO of DemandStar. “With greater access to businesses, governments are challenging long-standing relationships when their contracts are up by allowing other businesses to compete for bidding opportunities. As a result, governments are saving money while modernizing outdated processes.”
The new local and state governments are:
The Arizona Department of Administration
Cupertino Union School District
Council on Aging of St. Lucie
Village of Tequesta
Homosassa Special Water District
Town of Fort White
North Collier Fire Control & Rescue District
City of Grantville
Regional 1 Planning Council
Boone County Fiscal Court
Union County Fiscal Court
For government procurement agencies interested in joining DemandStar or businesses looking to bid on government work, visit https://network.demandstar.com/. By joining DemandStar, government agencies can post bid opportunities that are sent directly to businesses who fit the project description.
DemandStar builds communities by connecting government agencies quickly and efficiently with quality suppliers. Founded in 1998, they pioneered the online marketplace concept for bidding on government contracts and now serves as the gateway for partnerships between government agencies and suppliers both locally and nationally throughout the United States. For more information or for government agencies and suppliers interested in joining DemandStar’s network, please visit www.demandstar.com or call (206) 940-0305.