OMNIA Partners, Public Sector is the premier purchasing organization for state and local government, K-12 education, colleges and universities. All contracts available have been competitively solicited and publicly awarded by a government entity serving as the lead agency while utilizing industry best practices and processes. With the most experienced team in cooperative procurement and supply chain management, OMNIA Partners has the expertise to help public organizations achieve their strategic goals.
Effective August 5, 2021 through August 5, 2026.
Have questions about our contract? Our team will connect with you within 24 hours.
As a national account, OMNIA Partners receives support from our dedicated accounts management and operations teams, as well as the benefits of pre-established pricing, storm and catastrophe monitoring, and immediate preferential emergency services
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For priority handling, contact the OMNIA-dedicated hotline at (972) 400-4900 or email OMNIA@ATIrestoration.com.
OMNIA Partners is the largest and most reputable national cooperative purchasing organization serving the public and non-profit sectors. Registering with OMNIA Partners is quick, free, and provides instant access to ATI’s publicly awarded disaster recovery contract.
Visit ATI’s microsite to learn more about our contract: https://www.omniapartners.com/publicsector/suppliers/ati-restoration-llc/overview
ATI is the nation’s largest family-owned Disaster Recovery firm, and we are a proud provider of OMNIA Partners, the nation’s largest Cooperative Purchasing Organization.
Visit our website to learn more: https://atirestoration.com/omniapartners/
A government agency that competitively solicits, evaluates, and publicly awards cooperative contracts in conjunction with a Cooperative Purchasing Organization. The contract is then made available for use by public and non-profit agencies. The lead agency model aligns with applicable procurement laws and includes “piggybacking” language that allows for mass public agency utilization of the contract. The lead agency owns and facilitates the full procurement process.
No, the RFP process has already been done. ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract (#R2021.003053) is a cooperative purchasing agreement that can be used by public agencies and non-profit agencies across the nation. The contract was competitively sourced and publicly awarded by a premiere lead agency (the University of California), so you can be confident that the solicitation, award and contracting process was conducted in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. By using a cooperative purchasing agreement, you can take advantage of a quality contract without the time, expense and hassle of issuing your own RFP.
You can view the solicitation and contract documents on our OMNIA Partners microsite at:
ATI offers our full suite of disaster recovery services to restore your facilities, including:
Public sector and non-profit clients, such as:
TRUST – The premiere lead agency (University of California) instills confidence in the solicitation process, bid evaluation, and award.
VETTED SOURCE – The RFP was pursued by the top Disaster Recovery firms in the country, and ATI was selected as the sole-awardee on a best value basis.
RAPID ACCESS – Agencies that adopt our OMNIA Partners contract can instantly utilize ATI’s services and discounted rates, with no need to expend time and resources to prepare and solicit an RFP.
COMPETITIVE PRICING – Our OMNIA Partners contract offers ATI’s lowest rates to the public and non-profit sectors.
CONTRACT DURATION – ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract is a long-term agreement, so you can rely on our services for years to come.
COMPLIANT – Pricing is compliant with all federal, state, and local regulations, including prevailing wage laws.
FLEXIBLE – Agencies can add special provisions, terms and conditions, or requirements to our contract.
PRIORITY RESPONSE – Agencies that issue blanket or standing agreements that adopt ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract are placed on our priority response list. Additional support is provided by our National Accounts team, providing for maximum efficiency.
Yes. The lead agency of ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract (the University of California) solicited a highly competitive request for proposal (RFP) process that was publicly advertised. Proposals were submitted by the nation’s top Disaster Recovery providers, and ATI was selected as the sole awardee on the basis of “best value”.
You can view the solicitation and contract documents on our OMNIA Partners microsite at: www.omniapartners.com/publicsector/suppliers/ati-restoration-llc/contract-documentation
Learn more about this process on the OMNIA Partners website: https://www.omniapartners.com/publicsector/about-us/contracting-process
Yes. Anyone can view the solicitation and contract documents on our OMNIA Partners microsite, with no need to issue a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) or special request: www.omniapartners.com/publicsector/suppliers/ati-restoration-llc/contract-documentation
Once your agency has registered with OMNIA Partners, adopting ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract is quick and easy. Below are two options you can choose from. Both options allow you to include additional special requirements, or terms and conditions specific to your agency:
For single requests for services:
Issue a Purchase Order that references our OMNIA Partners contract #R2021.003053.
For blanket, standing, or as-needed requests:
Issue a blanket or standing agreement that references ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract # R2021.003053. You can then place individual orders for service with a phone call, email, text or purchase order.
Our contract is useable nationwide by public and non-profit agencies. Pricing is compliant with all federal, state, and local regulations, including prevailing wage laws.
Generally, private companies cannot access ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract. However, private contractors working for a Public or Non-Profit agency can access ATI’s OMNIA Partners contract with the consent of the agency. For example, some agencies outsource the maintenance and/or repair of their facilities to property management firms. Such companies can then access our OMNIA Partners contract to provide applicable services to their respective agencies.
Some of the unique buildings at Arizona State University require challenging cleanups and remediation work, which ATI always gets back in service quickly.
Eric Blood, Project Manager, Arizona State University
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