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Government to keep buying landscaping equipment
Staff Report | July 29, 2015
The government is predicted to spend $109 million on purchases of mowers, grounds-maintenance equipment, utility vehicles and related machines for 2015.  Photo: OPEI

The government is predicted to spend $109 million on purchases of mowers, grounds-maintenance equipment, utility vehicles and related machines for 2015.
Photo: OPEI

Market researchers are predicting a robust year for sales of landscaping equipment to government entities.

, a Seattle-based company that provides businesses with information to help them secure government contracts, counts at least $109 million in leads for planned government purchases of mowers, grounds-maintenance equipment, utility vehicles and related machines for 2015. The firm says 2016 purchases should total at least $97 million.

According to Onvia market analyst Lyndon Dacuan, the pace of cooperative  activity through associations, such as , is increasing in the second half of 2015. Dacuan told that the practice of leveraging contracts is becoming more prevalent in the government marketplace throughout the country.

Onvia has issued .

 

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