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MiDEAL is the State of Michigan’s extended purchasing program that allows Michigan cities, townships, villages, counties, school districts, universities, colleges and nonprofit hospitals to buy goods and services from state contracts. The program is authorized by Michigan Legislation and has been in existence since 1984. Members benefit directly from the reduced cost of goods and services and indirectly by eliminating the time needed to process bids. There are approximately 500 contracts available to MiDEAL members.


Area Council

The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is a regional organization in Texas, United States, that serves as a voluntary association of local governments. It was established in 1966 to address issues and challenges that are common to the local governments in the Houston-Galveston region. The council operates as a forum for collaboration and coordination among its member governments.

The primary goal of the Houston-Galveston Area Council is to promote regional cooperation and planning in areas such as transportation, air quality, economic development, workforce development, emergency preparedness, and environmental planning. By fostering collaboration among local governments, the H-GAC aims to address regional challenges more effectively and efficiently.


National Association of Trailer Manufacturers

The National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM) has been dedicated to improving trailer safety and performance for more than 30 years. The Association represents manufacturers that produce light- and medium-duty trailers, supplier and service providers, trailer dealers, and tow vehicle OEMs to the industry.

NATM seeks to promote awareness of safety and provide a voice for trailer manufacturers and their suppliers when issues of trailer safety and regulation are considered by Congress and relevant government agencies. Founded in 1987, the Association has grown to represent more than 1,000 companies belonging to the trailer industry.

NATM is dedicated to improving trailer safety. One way this is accomplished is through the mandatory Compliance Verification Program, requiring all trailer manufacturers to verify they have the manufacturing processes in place to build trailers that meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and industry best practices.