What is the National Office Products Alliance (NOPA)?

The mission of the National Office Products Alliance (NOPA) is to provide independent office products dealers with the information, knowledge and tools they need to help them to be successful in today's ever-evolving business environment.

NOPA is the primary resource for office products dealers, and it provides:

  • Dealers with an advocate in Washington, D.C. and state capitals
  • A voice in industry data standardization, including NOPA's Office Products Industry Data Standards (OPIDS) Initiative
  • Members-only service: the Independent Dealer Locator (IDL) Tool 
  • Members with access to Association Group Insurance Trust
  • Dealers with "insider” information and business advisor insights via its educational and online networking tools
  • Access to the Association Scholarship Fund
  • Members to a "best-in-class” team of business service providers who are worthy of the association's endorsement
  • A bridge between independent dealers and their key business partners

Join IOPFDA at EDspaces, the conference advancing the conversation about the future of learning environments, October 23-25 in Milwaukee, WI.

Leaders from school districts and colleges, architects, interior designers, dealers and exhibitors come together to be among the first to see the new product solutions for 2020, tour outstanding K-12 and Higher Ed facilities, and connect with the people on the forefront of educational environments.

Your IOPFDA membership earns you a 20% discount off full registration with this code: IOPFDA20. Save even more by registering by September 6!

Review Authorized Dealers
Lists for Imaging Supplies

To confirm that a dealer is authorized by a manufacturer to represent their imaging supplies on GSA Schedule 75, visit the BSA website to review the approved dealers lists. Lists are updated frequently – please check back!

 Welcome to the Jungle:

Things you should know about the toner cartridges you sell!

Lawsuits regarding patent infringements, dongle gears, intellectual property, etc. have been introduced by industry giants like Canon and Lexmark.  Not to mention safety and health issues of new build cartridges from Asia containing volatile organic compounds and toxins in plastic cores.

To view a recording of this webinar and learn more about these issues and how to better protect your business, click here.