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Charlotte Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (CCPA) is managed and operated by the City of Charlotte (City) Procurement Management. Procurement Management began developing a cooperative purchasing program in 2007 with the primary objective of serving the needs of the City while also providing leadership and contract opportunities to other government entities.
The City of Charlotte strongly believes in the impact of utilizing economies of scale to reduce the cost of purchased goods. By providing a comprehensive and competitively solicited cooperative contracting program administered by the City of Charlotte, entities of all sizes can benefit from the same value the City receives without the need to competitively solicit goods and services separately. This ultimately reduces administrative burden and costs while also enhancing process efficiencies, increasing contracting power, and improving vendor relations. Utilization of these contracts will eliminate duplication of effort and assist other agencies in achieving value-added procurements.
All CCPA contracts are competitively solicited by the City of Charlotte and may be utilized by all other states, local governments, school districts, and higher education institutions in the United States of America, and other government agencies and nonprofit organizations, and in compliance with the competitive bidding laws of the state of North Carolina.