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Cooperative Purchasing with Duro-Last®

Cooperative Purchasing with Duro-Last®

Save Time and Resources with Duro-Last's Cooperative Purchasing Program

Get more value with less red tape by utilizing Duro-Last’s streamlined procurement contract with The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS-USA). Through this contract, Duro-Last, along with local contractors authorized to install Duro-Last Roofing Systems, will deliver comprehensive roofing and roof asset management solutions designed to reduce your cost of procuring installed roofing systems and services.

What Is TIPS?

TIPS-USA is a national purchasing cooperative that leverages the purchasing power of governmental entities. It is available for use by more than 90,000 public and private schools, colleges, universities, cities, counties, and non-profit agencies. Through a singlelead agency commissioned by the Texas State Legislature, Region 8 Education Service Center (ESC), TIPS bids and awards contracts to vendors in accordance with procedures mandated by state procurement laws and regulations.

The Cooperative Purchasing Advantage

Because Duro-Last holds the contract with TIPS, local contractors authorized to install Duro-Last Roofing Systems work directly with Duro-Last to develop and submit comprehensive proposals for consideration. Public agencies save significant time and money by accessing a contract that has been awarded by a lead government agency. The ability to purchase direct off of a contract saves many of the costs associated with the traditional bid process.

Benefits to Cooperative Buyers:

  • Access to competitively bid roofing contract with local authorized Duro-Last contractor
  • Savings of time and money, satisfying agency bid requirements
  • Buying power of a national contract
  • Compliance review of all proposals by lead government agency
  • Streamlined procurement process resulting in fast and timely delivery of projects
  • No membership fees
  • Single source responsibility

Who Can Participate?

  • Public and Private Schools (K-12)
  • Higher Education
  • Cities, Counties, and Other Government Entities
  • Non-profit Organizations

Contract Documents

Bid Request
Bid Response
Bid Advertisement

Vendor Documents

Roofing Vendor Contract
Roofing (JOC) Vendor Contract
Trades, Labor, and Materials (JOC) Vendor Contract

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