DemandStar Lands 14 New Agency Partners in January Providing Millions in Additional Contract Value to Large Supplier Network
14 New State & Local Agencies Across 7 States Join the DemandStar Network Bringing Millions in Additional Government Contracting Opportunities
Seattle, Wash. (February 20, 2020) —DemandStar, the online network connecting local and national suppliers with government procurement officers, welcomed 14 new government agencies to the network in January, breaking their previous record of 13 in a single month. These new government agencies and suppliers can now connect through the DemandStar network to increase competition for their bids and RFPs and meet their diversity goals.
“These member agencies are now able to post their bids and RFPs on the DemandStar network and receive bids from our network of suppliers in their communities, keeping their tax dollars local and supporting local economies.” said Ben Vaught, CEO of DemandStar. “these agencies are also saving money while modernizing outdated processes and meeting diversity goals.”
The new local and state governments are:
Peralta Community College District
City of Opa-Locka
Lee County Electrical Cooperative
Town of Gulf Stream
Okaloosa County Board of County Commissioners
Town of Callahan
City of Daytona Beach Shores
Plantation Acres Improvement District
Town Of Dundee
City of Erlanger
Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority
City of Columbia
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.