This new network will make it easier for L3P subscribers across Pennsylvania to receive the purchasing benefits the state receives," said Jannetta.
L3P was established nearly two years ago through an intergovernmental agreement between DGS and PLCM to enable local political subdivisions to piggyback onto state contracts.
Through L3P local governments can receive the same cost savings the state receives for commodities.
CoOperNet was coined by L3P to relate the cooperative nature of the network.
As subscribers, L3P members can receive contract information via CoOperNet as part of the current annual $50 subscription fee.