Why Become a KCDA Member?
State law encourages participation in cooperatives to eliminate duplication of efforts, thereby saving taxpayers' dollars. KCDA is available for use by any public school district, state, local or federal government agency and state K-12 accredited private schools.
Alaska Statutory Authorizations
Title 36 Public Contracts
Chapter 36.30 State Procurement Code
Article 9 Intergovernmental Relations
Section 36.30.700. Cooperative Purchasing Authorized
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