Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania – AICUP

The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP), the only statewide organization that serves exclusively the interests of private higher education within the Commonwealth, exists to complement and support the work of campus leaders. Established in October 1995, through the affiliation of three existing educational organizations, the Association provides a variety of services and programs tailored specifically to the needs and situation of independent higher education in Pennsylvania.

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The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative was created to increase the purchasing power of government entities and to simplify their purchasing by using a customized electronic purchasing system, called the BuyBoard.

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Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia – CIVC

The Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia is an umbrella support organization for 28 private nonprofit colleges in Virginia. CICV work s collaboratively in the areas of public policy, cost containment and professional development. The organization provides support to their member institutions and their students in the following areas: government relations, collaboration, research and public relations.

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Department of Information Resources (Texas) – DIR

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) is to provide technology leadership, solutions, and value to Texas state government, education, and local government entities to enable and facilitate the fulfillment of their core missions. DIR Contracts

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Education Management Corporation – EDMC

Education Management Corporation is built on strong values: student success, integrity, innovation and excellence. We share a deep commitment to doing things right – right by our students, regulatory bodies, and our own internal standards.

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Education Plus (formerly Cooperating School Districts) – EDPLUS

EducationPlus is a non-profit educational service agency that brings school districts together to share resources, information and ideas through exemplary, nationally-recognized services in educational technology, cooperative purchasing, staff development and more.  EducationPlus is a voluntary, membership-driven organization owned and governed by 30 public school districts in the St. Louis metropolitan area. EducationPlus also serves 31 additional public school districts that are members of the organization.

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Illinois Teaching and Learning Purchasing Program – ILTPP

The ILTPP is a program developed by the LTC, ROE and ISC in response to needs assessment information provided by district personnel from around the state. The purpose of the voluntary program is to develop partnerships with suppliers to make available quality technology related products to Illinois K-12 educational facilities at discount pricing normally only available to larger entities.

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Iowa Educators Consortium – IEC

The Iowa Educators Consortium, IEC, is an independent, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization supporting the mission of the Iowa Area Education Agencies. Our goal is to combine the purchasing power of Iowa schools to offer aggressive pricing on materials, goods and services. In 2013, participating Iowa schools and AEAs saved over $7 million. The IEC is funded by minimal vendor administrative fees and overhead is low with only five staff members maintaining daily operations.

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Massachusetts Computer Using Educators – MASSCUE

MassCUE is known as an organization that has the core values that inform its stakeholders and members with clarity, timeless and relevance. It provides a variety of high quality, value-added services and programs. For others to partner and collaborate with when they are seeking vision, creativity and high quality services for the field of educational technology.

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National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance – NCPA

NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance) is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. NCPA utilizes state of the art procurement resources and solutions that result in cooperative purchasing contracts that ensure all public agencies are receiving products and services of the highest quality at the lowest prices.

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Nebraska ESU Cooperative Purchasing – ESUCC

The goal of Nebraska Educational Service Units Cooperative Purchasing is to provide the schools of Nebraska the opportunity to purchase the best quality product at the lowest possible price. The Nebraska Educational Service Units Cooperative Purchasing group is a project of the Educational Service Units Coordinating Council. In an effort to serve the state of Nebraska’s Schools K-12 in the most effective manner all of the statewide projects have been placed under the ESUCC to create a better network by which to serve the Schools we represent.

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New Jersey Educational Computing Cooperative – NJECC

Where education and technology meet.

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Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education – PASSHE

Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education serves more than 110,000 students, making it the largest provider of higher education in Pennsylvania. It also employs more than 12,000 faculty and staff, making it one of the largest employers in the Commonwealth.

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South Carolina Association of School Administrators – SCASA

SCASA are the leaders of South Carolina schools who work tirelessly to give Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day. South Carolina Association of School Administrators strive to have great leaders in every school and district in South Carolina who ensure the success of every student.

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South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative – SCKSEC

The mission of South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative is to provide special education and related services to eligible children and assist each member district in their mission. The purpose of the cooperative administration is to help create and foster an environment in which students can learn most effectively.

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Texas Community College Teachers Association – TCCTA

Comprised of educators from every teaching discipline, as well as counselors, librarians, and administrators, the Texas Community College Teachers Association’s members come from all public and independent two-year colleges in Texas. TCCTA is — by far –the largest organization of postsecondary educators in Texas.

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The Cooperative Purchasing Network – TCPN

Simplifity. Comply. Save. The Cooperative Purchasing Network makes cooperative purchasing as simple as possible, yet our compliant process provides the legally required competition for contracts. We’ll do the work, you save the time and money.

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The Interlocal Purchasing System – TIPS

The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS), a purchasing cooperative serving public and private school districts, colleges, universities, federal, state, county and city municipalities.

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Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities – WAICU

The Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) is the organization of the twenty-three independent (or private) institutions of higher learning in Wisconsin. Membership is limited to accredited, nonprofit institutions, headquartered in Wisconsin. The presidents of these institutions lead WAICU as its board of directors. All of WAICU’s programs are directed to support educational opportunity.

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Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association – WEMTA

WEMTA is an independent professional association serving school library media and instructional technology.The purpose of the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association (WEMTA) is to empower educators to provide learning experiences that prepare students to flourish in an information-rich world.

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