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What is the Arizona Cooperative Program?

The Arizona Cooperative Program is managed by the Arizona Department of Administration, State Procurement Office as authorized under Chapter 23, Article 10 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. The State has over 900 statewide contracts that are available to Co-Op Members to buy from.

Coop Members include Political Subdivisions and Non-Profit Organizations such as:

  • Cities and Towns
  • Schools, and Educational Institutions
  • Healthcare Institution
  • Charities
  • Religious / Faith Based Organizations
  • Other Non-Profit Organizations

What are the Benefits?

  1. Participation in state awarded contracts
  2. Competitively Bid Contracts
  3. Find specific suppliers and items and prices

How to become a State Cooperative Member

Membership in the State Purchasing Cooperative is available to all Arizona political subdivisions including cities, counties, school districts, and special districts.  Membership is also available to all non-profit organizations, as well as State governments, the US Federal Government and Tribal Nations.  Non-profit organizations are defined in A.R.S. § 41-2631(4) as any nonprofit corporation as designated by the internal revenue service under section 501(c)(3) through 501(c)(6).

To join the State Purchasing Cooperative, follow the link Electronic AZ Cooperative Purchasing Agreement, fill out the agreement and return it to the State Procurement Office. See form for mailing information.  

To learn more about the purchasing process and how to use State contracts upon becoming an active Cooperative Member, follow this link Cooperative Members Buying Guide.

Arizona State Purchasing Cooperative Agreement

Procurement Compliance Questionnaire

Update Member Information

E-Rate Support

Many Statewide Contracts have been certified (Form 470) for use under the Universal Services Administrative Company (USAC)(link is external), Schools and Libraries Program (“E-Rate program”). Instead of doing their own Form 470 and corresponding competitive process, eligible Schools and Library Cooperative Members may choose to use the State’s Statewide Contracts to satisfy their filing requirements under this program and be reimbursed for significant portions of their expenses for telecommunications services, Internet access, internal connections, and basic maintenance of internal connections.

How to Find Cooperative Contracts in APP

1. Copy the desired Contract Type from the list below

2. Click this link: All State Contracts

3. Select "yes" in "Co-Op Contract Designation"

4. Paste the Contract Type in the "Keywords" field to search for specific contract

To access a video showing how to navigate APP, please click the link below and enter password Coop2024

How to Navigate APP

The state of Arizona utilizes the Arizona Procurement Portal (APP) as the E- Procurement system for suppliers and state agencies to conduct procurement business.

Frequently Asked Questions

APP Support

Sign In

The Arizona Cooperative Program allows political subdivisions and non-profit organizations to utilize state contracts to find the goods and services they need.

Register or Renew Membership

How to Purchase Off Of State Contracts

Search Cooperative Contracts

Our suppliers have many resources to interact with the State Procurement Office. Find support for APP, register as a supplier, learn about state business and more.

Procurement Process

How to do Business with the State


Usage Reporting

There are over 120 State Agencies, Boards, and Commissions see our relevant links below and If you are from a state agency be sure to visit our new intranet.

Procurement Process

SPO Intranet Website

Our Team & Directory