Equipment and supplies used in counter-drug activity are eligible for purchase through the PARTNERS Program. Federal code limits the purchase of items to those used in the performance of counter-drug activities.
Ordering Process
Identify what you need using the Army, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) or General Services Administration (GSA) catalogs or online resources. Contact the vendor for current costs and shipping information.
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Identify what you need using the GSA AutoChoice website.  (Agency Code: 21, Bureau Code: 44)

After following your department's purchasing procedures, your department's point of contact must submit an official, signed PARTNERS Purchase Requisition form (P.R.) to the KHP PARTNERS office. (122 SW 7th St. Topeka, KS  66603) or via email to The PARTNERS staff will then verify the availability, any applicable options, and price of your vehicle before contacting you for funds. Payment must be made by check from a unit of state or local government. Upon receipt of funds, the order for your agency’s vehicle will be submitted to GSA. 

An order confirmation will be emailed to your department's point of contact. This should be kept for your records for reference and audit purposes.


Title/Certificate of Origin typically arrives (via US Mail) approximately ten days to two weeks ahead of vehicle delivery. Receipt of the Title is a huge clue that your vehicle will soon arrive. When your order arrives, make sure everything has been delivered and check for damage. Complete the Order Receipt Confirmation form and email or fax it in within 2 working days of receiving your order.

If your order is incorrect or damaged, contact the PARTNERS staff for assistance. It is the responsibility of the PARTNERS staff to resolve disputes with the vendor. This puts the strength of state and federal purchasing programs to work for you.

Once the PARTNERS staff receives the confirmation form, payment will be released to the vendor. Finally, the order is closed out and maintained on file in the PARTNERS Program office.


Items you order are subject to your department's inventory regulations. The PARTNERS Program does not maintain inventory records on items purchased for you.