What is the GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative and why should school districts and political subdivisions use the Program?
The GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative was created in 1992 to offer its membership a unique and beneficial opportunity to purchase goods and services from contracts that meet State Competitive Bidding Requirements, thus saving them valuable time and resources: During the term of each commodity or service contract, member school districts may place their purchase orders directly with an authorized vendor for the various goods and services that they may require, without going out for bid.
The GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative is an administrative agency created in accordance with Section 791.001 of the Texas Government Code.
The quality objective of the GoodBuy Purchasing Cooperative is to allow qualified members (local education agencies, political subdivisions) to purchase goods and services in an efficient, cost effective, and competitive procurement method as outlined in the Texas School Law Bulletin, section 44.031 Purchasing Contracts.
This web site provides a listing of all current contracts that are available to our members.
To join as a member or see a complete membership listing, please click here.
Vendors interested in registering with our program may click here.