Simplifying the Procurement Process with Sourcewell
Compliant. Competitive. Convenient.
Britespan Buildings Systems Inc. is a proud Sourcewell vendor. With our awarded contract from Sourcewell, members are able to procure their building needs efficiently and meet compliance requirements by selecting Britespan Buildings Systems Inc. as their vendor. Allowing you to save time and money. Get your building assembled and operating faster than ever.
The Advantages of Working with a Sourcewell Awarded Vendor
When you choose to work with a Sourcewell awarded vendor, you can have the confidence you are working with the best supplier possible. Sourcewell awarded vendors are reliable, trustworthy contractors that deliver the highest quality products, services and project management.
What is Cooperative Purchasing?
Cooperative purchasing is procurement conducted by, or on behalf of, one or more government units for use by other government units.
Sourcewell creates cooperative contract purchasing solutions on behalf of its member agencies. Cooperative contracts offer both time and money savings for users by consolidating the efforts of numerous individually prepared solicitations into one, cooperatively shared process—taking advantage of the volume pricing generated by 50,000 members across North America.
How can Sourcewell contracts benefit my agency?
Time is money, and you'll save both every time you make a purchase. A Sourcewell membership is free with no obligation to purchase. Membership is offered to all government agencies, public and private schools/colleges, tribal governments, and nonprofit organizations.
- Cooperative Purchasing with Sourcewell provides considerable time and resource savings for participating member agencies.
- Streamline the contracting processes and maximizes efficiency.
- No need to establish and or duplicate solicitation docs or contract process.
- Reduce the impact of staff reductions and budget cuts.
Interested in Becoming a Member?
Join the growing Sourcewell member community of government agencies, educational institutions, tribal nations, and nonprofit organizations today!