Government Lubricants Contracts to Bid

GovWin IQ: Find and Win Government Contracts

GovWin IQ tracked 7 contracts for lubricants that came up for bid by government agencies throughout the United States in a one year period. Click on any location or agency below to see a sample of the kinds of contracts that you could be bidding on today!

Sample Lubricants Contracts to Bid

Government Agency Type Description Location Contact
NEW YORK » ROCKLAND, COUNTY OF BID Oils-Engine Oil, Gear Oil, Transmission Fluid, Diesel Exhaust Fluid & Antifreez New City (NY) Request a Demo
ILLINOIS » CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY BID Laboratory Analysis Of Fluids Such As Engine Oil, Gear Lubricant, Transmission Chicago (IL) Request a Demo
RHODE ISLAND » WARWICK, CITY OF (KENT) BID Motor Oil, Hydraulic & Transmission Fluids, Chassis Grease & Gear Lube Kent County (RI) Request a Demo
MISSOURI » ROCKWOOD SCH DIST R-6 BID District Wide Shop Fluids Line Item Quote 2019-20 Ballwin (MO) Request a Demo
KENTUCKY » GREENUP CO SCH DIST BID Fuel - Greenup County Board Of Education Greenup (KY) Request a Demo
LOUISIANA » ST BERNARD PARISH SCHOOL DISTRICT BID Gasoline, Diesel, Lubricating Oil, Anti-Freeze, and Transmission Fluid Chalmette (LA) Request a Demo

Learn More About GovWin IQ for Lubricants Service Providers

GovWin IQ offers the coverage, relevancy and timeliness vendors need to ensure they have comprehensive coverage of lubricants contracts in the state, local and education government market, nationwide. On top of providing the best coverage of bids and RFPs in the industry, GovWin IQ allows vendors the opportunity to research top buyers, key competitors and channel partners in the public sector. For those vendors looking to get ahead of lubricants bids and RFPs and strategize about their public sector market, GovWin IQ offers advanced modules providing insight on lubricants term contracts, future agency spending plans as well as detailed pricing analytics through purchase orders.

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