State Contracts

State contracts help to streamline the purchasing process, resulting in simplified, timely and pre-negotiated GSA pricing for you and your agency.

HOUSTON-GALVESTON AREA COUNCIL HGAC:

The H-GAC Cooperative Purchasing Program assists local governments in reducing costs through this government-to-government procurement service available nationwide. This program is available to local government entities and qualifying non-profit corporations. http://www.h-gac.com/cooperative-purchasing/hgacbuy.aspx

LOUISIANA LAMAS:

The Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of State Purchasing, hereby finds that this rule is necessary to permit the establishment of state contracts based on GSA prices to realize potential savings considering the current financial conditions of the state. www.doa.louisiana.gov

NORTH CAROLINA SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION FIRE AND EMS PROCUREMENT PROGRAM:

The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association offers a statewide purchasing program on a variety of vehicles and services including: Administrative Vehicles, Vans, Trucks, Sport Utility Vehicles, Police Rated Vehicles, Motorcycles, Heavy Equipment, Fire and EMS, and Tires and Related Services. Our program is open not only to sheriff’s offices, but also to any county or city agency.

The primary goals of the NCSA Vehicle Procurement, Vehicle Equipment and Upfitting Procurement, Tire Procurement, Fire and EMS Procurement, and Heavy Equipment Procurement Programs are efficient delivery, best value through competition, fair and equitable contracting opportunities for suppliers, and maintaining of public confidence through ethical and transparent procurement practices.

https://ncsheriffs.org/Bid-21-01-0608-Final-Bid-Award-Announcement-6-18-20.pdf

U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION GSA FOR STATE & LOCAL AGENCIES:

GSA oversees the business of the U.S. federal government. (TBPC) GSA’s acquisition solutions supply federal purchasers with cost-effective high-quality products and services from commercial vendors. View GSA Contract Vehicles

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