Enables any state to access GEP’s software and services for more efficient, transparent, compliant and cost-efficient public purchasing process.
GEP, a leading provider of AI-powered procurement and supply chain software, strategy, and managed services to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide, has been selected by a Multistate Sourcing Team in partnership with the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) to provide its unified source-to-pay (S2P) procurement software and services for all U.S. states, territories, and the District of Columbia to access through their cooperative purchasing program.
NASPO, a non-profit association promoting procurement best practices and professional development, operates a cooperative purchasing program, NASPO ValuePoint. GEP was selected for this contract following a competitive review. The program facilitates procurement solicitations and agreements for public entities, providing favorable prices, terms and conditions, and value-added services.
Through NASPO’s ValuePoint contract, GEP will support state and public entities’ modernization of their eProcurement operations to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency in the public purchasing process. Because GEP provides end-to-end procurement software, strategy, and services under one umbrella, to meet clients’ requirements.
“We’re excited to support NASPO members and help them transform their procurement operations, automating processes, increasing efficiency and transparency, and realizing new value for their taxpayers,” said Ken Legge, vice president, alliances & partnerships, GEP.