Gainesville, GA – March 5, 2015 – Mansﬁeld Oil Company announced today they have been awarded a competitively solicited and publicly awarded national cooperative agreement by the City of Fort Worth, TX. The four year agreement, available through National IPA, applies to the forty eight contiguous states. The contract includes the supply of gasoline, diesel, diesel exhaust ﬂuid (DEF), bio-diesel blends, aviation fuel, propane and compressed natural gas (CNG) as well as a customized ﬂeet card program. All of these products and services are available on the cooperative contract through National IPA to meet an agency’s speciﬁc needs. Mansﬁeld, North America’s leader in fuel procurement and fuel technology services, is able to support National IPA’s needs on a national level.
National IPA is a leading cooperative purchasing organization serving county, city and state governments as well as public/private educational institutions.
“We’re excited to have the opportunity to work with National IPA, a prominent purchasing cooperative serving customers across the U.S.,” said Josh Epperson, Mansﬁeld’s Director of Government Services. “Mansﬁeld prides itself on our ability to support large government contracts across North America through our extensive portfolio of transportation fuels, logistics services, industry-leading technology platforms and customized ﬂeet card programs. This partnership with National IPA oﬀers Mansﬁeld’s wide array of leading products and services to an even broader base of government customers.”
For more information about the agreement, please contact a Mansﬁeld representative at nationalipa@mansﬁeldoil.com.
About National IPA
National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (National IPA) is a cooperative purchasing organization dedicated to serving public agencies and educational institutions nationwide. All cooperative agreements available through the National IPA program have been competitively solicited and publicly awarded by a public agency/governmental entity (e.g. state, city, county, public university or school district), utilizing the best public procurement practices, processes and procedures. The lead agencies are independent of the cooperative allowing the agency to be focused on the best value for the agency. The lead-agency not only prepares the solicitation, but awards, administers and utilizes the agreement for its own needs thereby limiting the award to the supplier that provides the best value to the agency and agencies nationwide. The National IPA team of tenured certified public procurement professionals, supply chain and cooperative purchasing experts is committed to bringing value to agencies nationwide. National IPA team members are recognized as respected leaders in the discipline and have held key public procurement positions in state government, local government and education. More information may be found at www.nationalipa.org