Resources to help governments, healthcare organizations, and educators continue to serve
Public services are on the front lines, playing an essential role while facing difficult procurement challenges. Here, we've compiled our best resources to enable governments, educators, and healthcare organizations to get the supplies they need and simplify buying in challenging times.
Medical and safety supplies for healthcare and government organizations.
Employee safety is top of mind. We've made it easier to get the supplies you need with the Infection Prevention Essentials Hub, where Amazon Business customers can buy cleaning products, protective apparel, safety display items, and more.
Learn how Mary's Center, a nationally-recognized nonprofit healthcare provider, is getting essential supplies, reducing costs, and responding flexibly to the changing needs of underserved communities.
Find distance learning items including books, electronic devices, instructional materials and shelf-stable foods—all in stock and able to be delivered quickly to multiple locations.
Educators want to make their virtual classrooms personal and engaging. We can help with these free resources. Find webinars, hundreds of digital books and audio books, lesson plans, courses, and more.
With schools closed across the country, teachers need supplies to keep students learning. Read this blog to learn how DonorsChoose, a nonprofit crowdfunding site in the U.S., can help teachers create engaging learning environments for their students. Amazon Business is proud to serve as a source of supplies on DonorsChoose.
When the just-in-time supply chain model is interrupted, procurement is vulnerable. Learn how your organization can thrive in disruption with "3 ways to reshape procurement—now and for the future."
In this webinar, Amazon Business Customer Success leader Charles Moran discusses procurement strategies to help organizations rethink critical suppliers, implement agile practices, and scale digital solutions in the face of uncertainty.
Many small businesses are struggling. One way to help is by opening government procurement to more small business sellers. Read the report "Cracking the Government Procurement Code" to learn how government procurement can support more small businesses.
Learn how the USO automated manual, time-intensive sourcing and finance processes to get what they need quicker and more efficiently.