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Statewide contracts leverage the state’s collective buying power to help you save money, reduce risk, and streamline purchasing. Buy…
A purchase card allows you to pay vendors and suppliers quickly, protects your agency from fraudulent spending, and earns rebates…
Use a fleet card to simplify fuel expense tracking and make buying fuel and vehicle repairs easy if you drive or lease a vehicle from the…

Save money, reduce organizational risk, and make buying goods and services easy

More than 1,750 businesses, many of them small and diverse, use statewide contracts to sell their products and services directly to organizations like yours. We manage more than 200 statewide contracts that are carefully vetted to make sure they comply with state and local government, tribal governments', nonprofit, and educational institutions' legal requirements. Leverage our collective buying power to make getting what you need cheaper, safer, and simpler. You can also shop low-priced items for your home or business through our surplus operations and help vastly reduce our state's waste streams.

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In need of a generator to power large-scale water filtration projects, JJH Earthworks turned to DES and the federal surplus program available to veterans who own small businesses.

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Each 50-minute session will:

Focus on one of the implementation strategies in the new enterprise supplier diversity policy. Include experts…

Join us on May 10 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Spokane for a government contracting workshop.  

The goal of the supplier diversity policy is to give small, diverse and veteran-owned businesses equitable access to state contracts and to create…