§ 36-18  Cooperative Purchasing.
   (A)   Purchasing agreements.  The city may either participate in, sponsor, conduct or administer a cooperative purchasing agreement for the procurement of any supplies, services or construction with one or more public procurement units in accordance with an agreement entered into between the participants.  Such cooperative purchasing may include, but is not limited to, joint or multiparty contracts between public procurement units, and open-ended state public procurement unit contracts which are made available to other public procurement units.
   (B)   Sale, acquisition or use of supplies.  The city may sell to, acquire from or use any supplies belonging to another public procurement unit independent of the requirements of §§ 36-30 and 36-33.
   (C)   Cooperative use of supplies and services.  The city may enter into an agreement, independent of the requirements of § 36-16, with any other public procurement unit for the cooperative use of supplies or services, under the terms agreed upon between the parties.
   (D)   Joint use of facilities.  The city may enter into agreements for the common use or lease of warehousing facilities, capital equipment and other facilities with another public procurement unit under the terms agreed upon between the parties.
('80 Code, § 12-44)  (Ord. 2018, passed 6-17-81)
Charter reference:
   Intergovernmental agreements, see Charter Art. III, § 13