Simplify the Competitive Bidding Process

Fulfill Your Bid Requirements With Our NJPA Contract

As contracting workloads increase, purchase requirements become more complex, and budgets and resources decline, it’s time for a new solution to the challenges imposed by the traditional bidding process. Cooperative purchasing is the solution. More commonly used when purchasing tangible items such as tractors, computers and office supplies, cooperative purchasing can also be used for Paul Revere voluntary benefits.

Through our agreement with the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA), state, local and tribal governments – as well as higher education, K12 education, non-profit, and other public agencies – can leverage our agreement for voluntary benefits products and services.

This opportunity delivers on our promise to continually improve the way we do business by helping you:

  • Fulfill bid requirements without having to go through the drawn-out RFP process. 
  • Avoid duplicating the bidding and contract process.
  • Avoid the unpleasant experience of low bid, low quality responses.
  • Avoid time consuming and invalid vendor protests.

While cooperative purchasing is not a guaranteed solution in all cases, it’s definitely an option worth exploring for voluntary benefits. It may help you:

  • Save time in the bidding process.
  • Add new benefits without conducting another competitive bid process.
  • Make renewals easier.

While the NJPA selected Paul Revere from all other applicants because of our industry experience, dedicated support teams and ability to help customers in all 50 states, regulations vary. It’s your role to ensure that the NJPA contract satisfies any statutory requirements or obligations. Learn more about the procurement statutes for your state from the National Association of State Procurement Officials.

In order to leverage this contract, the public sector entity must be a NJPA member. Membership is free to government, education, and non-profit agencies. 

Visit the NJPA website to learn about becoming a member