Reduce School District and College Campus Costs
Our Goal is to Help You find Money
Every year more and more expenses are pushed onto the school districts, colleges and universities. You get caught in the squeeze between government decisions, election results that don’t always go your way and pressure to improve education with less and less funding. We can help.
Utility expenses are a large portion of your budget. Most of our clients found they were paying too much for their utilities. You could be, too. Cost Control Associates has found millions of dollars in refunds and cost savings for clients.
Many of our services are offered on a contingency fee basis. If we find nothing, you pay nothing. There is no charge to talk to us about our services, and there are no upfront costs to analyze your organization’s invoices. When we find savings, our fee is paid from a percentage of those findings.
To help you meet competitive bidding requirements, we have a contract in place with NCPA, a leading purchasing cooperative. Most school districts and educational institutions have the ability to piggyback on contracts that are publicly solicited through a lead public agency.
The Value of a Purchasing Cooperative
A purchasing cooperative reduces your procurement costs by allowing public agencies to take advantage of existing contracts to purchase the goods and services they need from local and national vendors. This pooled purchasing power means public and private schools, cities, counties and state agencies as well as colleges, universities and Native American communities can save actual budget dollars while taking advantage of best business practices.
Cost Control Associates is currently allied with two purchasing cooperatives: National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA) and 1 Government Procurement Alliance (1GPA). If you aren’t already a member, consider joining! Your membership is free.
We help you get the most from your utility providers. Our services and programs allow you to:
- Process bills and manage utility data
- Cut utility costs (Take our short Savings Meter survey)
- Procure utility services
- Analyze utility data
- Turn utility services on & off