Purchase from CEG via a Procurement Co-op to Achieve Price-saving Advantages
CEG is a member of several state and national cooperative purchasing programs, including OpenGov, Pennsylvania’s COSTARS, and New Jersey’s NJSTART. Local governments, emergency service agencies, hospitals, and school districts across the country rely on CEG to ensure uptime and achieve operational efficiencies. When you partner with CEG via a procurement co-op, time and money savings add up quick.
Cooperative Purchasing Program Eligibility Requirements
Any political subdivision (local government unit), such as a municipality, school district or commission.
Any tax-exempt, nonprofit public health institution or organization.
Any tax-exempt, nonprofit educational institution or organization.
Any nonprofit fire company, rescue company, or ambulance company.
Any other entity that spends public funds for the procurement of supplies, services, and construction (such as council of governments or an area government, or an organization that receives public grant funds).
CEG Airflow Management Solutions for Municipal Agencies
CEG can improve airflow and maintain temperature stability in any critical environment (server rooms, data centers, telecom centers, clean rooms, labs, storage facilities) of municipal agencies that are members of a purchasing co-op.
CEG Critical Power Solutions for Municipalities
From power surges to extended power outages, our solutions protect procurement co-op members – and the people they serve – against all types of debilitating events. Our critical power solutions also enable you to be proactive in improving efficiencies and reducing costs.
CEG Infrastructure Solutions for Non-profit Agencies, Co-op Members
CEG can design, procure and construct an environment that will keep your municipality’s critical IT components safe and operating at peak efficiency. As a COSTARS, NJSTART, or OpenGov member, you’ll receive the highest quality product for the lowest price.