Indiana Furniture partners with non-profit for streamlined cooperative purchasing

JASPER, Ind. – Indiana Furniture announced today a partnership with GOVMVMT, a not-for-profit cooperative purchasing program focused on providing public agencies with the most value—saving time and money—while also supporting and giving back to the communities in which Indiana Furniture operates. 

GOVMVMT provides a powerful, streamlined procurement tool developed specifically to meet and comply with the needs of local, state, and federal agencies. With competitively bid contracts, GOVMVMT delivers value-added programs with best-in-class products and services at the lowest prices, while reinvesting fees generated from their programs back into the community. The partnership creates a credible, collaborative environment where public agencies and Indiana Furniture can work together to provide quality offerings for a true public benefit.

“With their commitment to ethical standards, focus on value, and social responsibility, our partnership was a natural fit,” stated Mike Blessinger, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “GOVMVMT allows us to support our distribution network and their private sector clients in a simplified manner while living up to our commitment to help our partners serve their communities.” 

“As all cooperatives are not created equal, this contract provides public agencies and Indiana Furniture’s distribution partners a true non-profit purchasing program that is focused on bringing back the value in cooperative procurement. As a leader in the contract furniture industry, we are excited about the addition of Indiana Furniture to the GOVMVMT family,” shared Tyler McCall, Program Manager for GOVMVMT Cooperative. 

Public agencies in need of a dependable procurement process can work with Indiana Furniture and GOVMVMT to successfully complete their projects. Examples of public agencies include state, county, city, special district, and local governments, school districts, private K-12 schools, technical or vocational schools, higher education institutions, community colleges, private or public colleges and universities, other government agencies, and non-profit organizations, among others.

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