Government RFPs

Looking to shorten the far-too-often long and arduous RFP process? By adopting the Sourcewell solution for your project’s needs, you’ll be able to streamline it with no loss of potential options and effectively establish an even greater level of transparency and ease.

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The benefits of working with gtechna + Sourcewell

The Sourcewell Advantage

Public purchasing agents face two questions every day: "What do I need to buy?" and "How am I going to buy it?". Learn how Sourcewell (formerly National Joint Powers Alliance) can help you streamline the procurement process.

Streamlined Solution

With gtechna and Sourcewell, you get a streamlined approach to procurement by being able to take advantage of pre-developed RFPs for national, competitive solicitations that meet or exceed local requirements, instead of having to draft proposals from scratch, saving you time, money, and effort.

Uncompromised Options

Choose from a variety of competitively solicited cooperative contracts that are ready for use, or connect with a Sourcewell specialist to explore your options and find a solution that fits your needs.

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Trusted Partners

Sourcewell is a public government agency that has facilitated hundreds of successful procurements and gtechna has over three decades of experience in developing solutions to fit the needs and goals of a wide variety of municipalities. Together, they’ll make your job easier, so you can rest easy knowing you’re working with tenured, proven, and trusted partners.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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