SEATTLE, Aug. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Onvia (NASDAQ: ONVI), the leader in business-to-government (B2G) commerce intelligence, today announced a new strategic partnership with the National Procurement Institute (NPI). This partnership provides NPI members with access to Onvia Exchange, to support inter-agency collaboration through better data and information sharing.
Founded in 1968, NPI's mission is to help its membership of more than 300 state, local and educational government entities work better together and to promote efficient purchasing practices.
"We see Onvia Exchange as the most comprehensive resource for researching, comparing and benchmarking against current and past procurement documents," said Dawn Berry, NPI President. "Access to the Onvia Exchange is going to save our members an enormous amount of time with the research it takes to author a bid or RFP and will help them achieve better procurement outcomes."
Onvia serves both governments and business sellers through an industry-leading suite of public sector intelligence technologies. With access to Onvia Exchange, NPI's members can save time and streamline their bid & RFP research authoring processes by easily searching for relevant examples from more than four million bid and RFP specification records.
"The community of procurement professionals using Onvia Exchange has grown significantly since we first launched in June," said Irv Alpert, Executive Vice President of Onvia. "It was natural for us to partner with a leading association like NPI, as we're both driven to promote greater collaboration amongst government entities and to encourage the sharing of procurement best practices. We look forward to working closely with NPI and its members for years to come."
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To learn more about Onvia Exchange and how to join, click here.
Since 2000, Onvia (NASDAQ: ONVI) has been delivering the data and technologies companies rely on to succeed in the government contracting market, and agencies rely on to streamline and improve the procurement process. Onvia tracks and reports the spending of tens of thousands of federal, state and local government agencies and the activity of tens of thousands companies who sell to government, giving government buyers and business sellers a single comprehensive source for success in the business-to-government market.
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