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Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA) is a cooperative purchasing program established by the City of Charlotte with the specific purpose of reducing procurement costs by leveraging aggregate purchasing volume to receive better pricing.
CCPA serves as a government cooperative purchasing organization for government agencies nationwide. All contracts are publicly solicited, awarded, and held by the City of Charlotte, North Carolina. CCPA contracts are available for use and benefit all entities that must comply with state purchasing laws (cities, counties, public and private schools, colleges and universities, non-profits, and all governmental entities).
Participation in CCPA will provide your entity the legally required competition for contracts on commonly purchased products and services. We award contracts based on quality, proven performance, and best value pricing while ensuring compliance with North Carolina State Statutes.
This is an optional use program with no user fees or costs to participate and no minimum volume requirements. To participate in the program, simply submit a Participation Form.
With the mission of Partnering Through Shared Vision, Shared Commitment and Shared Value, the Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA) has been established to provide for the advancement of public procurement solutions that are compliant, competitive, and collaborative.