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Pavilion is purpose-built to help public servants work smarter through collaboration.

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Deliver public services faster by finding the contracts that are most relevant for you—for free—from hundreds of public entities.

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We search across the country’s largest network of shareable contracts, from national purchasing cooperatives to your neighbor’s filing cabinet, to show you the best results for your needs.

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Instantly access the experience of your peer public servants

Pavilion’s technology aims to empower the public sector’s spirit of collaboration. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Pavilion is purpose-built to help public servants like you find, use, and share contracts with your peers across the country, for free.

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“It was literally a 5 or 10 second check to find a contract, as opposed to spending extended time researching or discussing with the supplier.”

John Tigert

Assistant Purchasing Manager
Virginia Beach, VA

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Share your contracts

Maximize the value of your contracts for your entity and peers in public service. Plus, boost local economic development and even generate revenue for your entity.

Join Orange County, CA, City of Peoria, AZ, the Kansas City Regional Purchasing Cooperative, and hundreds of other entities sharing contracts on Pavilion.
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Resources for public entities

Learn more about cooperative purchasing and piggybacking, explore procurement collaboration case studies, and participate in upcoming events and educational opportunities.

Guides

Guides
December 7, 2022

A due diligence checklist for shareable public entity contracts

Using shareable contracts can save government staff time and achieve cost savings. But if you’re new to cooperative purchasing in government, navigating the diligence process can be tricky. Here’s a general due diligence checklist that can help you quickly evaluate whether or not you can use a shareable contract.
Guides
November 17, 2022

How can public entities share contracts? A cooperative purchasing overview

Maybe you’ve heard of cooperative purchasing, shareable contracts, or piggybacking. Here, we cover an overview of these concepts, plus joint solicitations, interlocal agreements, and participating agreements, too.
Guides
September 14, 2022

Actionable steps for advancing equity in government contracting

Public procurement is big business: state and local governments spend $2 trillion taxpayer dollars. To promote equity using these dollars, we must consider the impact of procurement on delivering fast, high-quality public services and the distribution of government funds to businesses.

Case Studies

Case Studies
December 16, 2022

Orange County, CA is strengthening procurement operations and supporting local businesses with Pavilion

Orange County, California, is the 6th largest County in the U.S. Over 250 County deputy procurement officers procure more than $2 billion of goods and services annually. Learn how Orange County uses Pavilion to share local contracts and discover contracts from entities across the nation with a single search. 
Case Studies
October 12, 2022

Arizona's SAVE says goodbye to spreadsheets and hello to shareable contracts on Pavilion

‍The Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures (SAVE) is a model for what public entities can accomplish by working together. SAVE is a self-organized group of more than 320 public entities across Arizona with a shared goal: to lower procurement costs by aggregating public purchasing power and reducing administrative redundancies.
Case Studies
September 2, 2021

The Kansas City Regional Purchasing Cooperative (KCRPC) is saving governments across the region time and money with Pavilion

The Kansas City Regional Purchasing Cooperative is an initiative of the Mid-America Regional Council, a nonprofit association of 119 cities and 9 counties in the Kansas City metro region, and the Mid-America Council of Public Procurement, the local NIGP chapter. With Pavilion, KCRPC is enhancing its members' experience, streamlining its internal operations, and generating revenue that supports critical programs across the region. 

Product Updates

Product Updates
Jan 24, 2023

Making it easier to find and buy from certified diverse and small businesses with Pavilion

Starting for public entities in Oregon, Texas, California, Virginia, and Arizona, Pavilion has made it easier than ever to see state and federal business credentials for suppliers alongside shareable contract information, all in one place.

Meet our Public Procurement Advisory Council

Paul Brennan

Director of Purchasing
County of Rockland, NY

Lourdes Coss

Retired Chief Procurement Officer
City of Houston, TX; Cook County, IL

Ken Desowitz

Retired Director of Supply Services
City of Los Angeles, CA

Denise Finn

Procurement Manager
City of Fort Myers, FL

Darren Muci

Retired Division Director, Operations
Wichita Public Schools, KS

Diane Palmer-Boeck

Retired Director of Procurement
City of Plano, TX

Mike Wenzel

Retired Chief Procurement Officer
State of Maine

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