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This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for window blinds.

This is a mandatory Statewide Term Contract for state agencies, departments, institutions, universities and community colleges, unless exempted by North Carolina General Statute. Non-mandatory entities, including schools and local government, may use this contract if allowed by general statute.

Contract Administrator: Melinda Tomlinson

This contract covers the state’s normal requirements for veterinary supplies and equipment in the following categories:

This contract covers various types of audio visual and photographic equipment and accessories in the following categories:

This contract covers electronic monitoring of offenders in the following categories:

  • Category 1: Radio Frequency Monitoring
  • Category 3: One-Piece GPS Satellite Tracking

Additional contract information may be found on the NASPO ValuePoint website.

This is a convenience contract that can be used by all state agencies, departments, institutions, universities, community colleges, and non-mandatory entities, including schools and local governments.

This contract covers procurement of acquisition support services in the following areas:

This contract includes prequalified vendors that have provided the cost for deep cleaning and sanitizing / disinfecting services in each county where they provide services.

This contract is a convenience contract for State Agencies, Public Universities, Community Colleges, and other eligible entities. The contract may be utilized without further competition.

Contract Administrator: Nicole Mathis

Telephone Number: 984-236-0228

This contract is intended to offer a flexible menu of options for state and local agencies in managing discarded fluorescent and other lamps and other mercury-containing devices. These options are meant to serve not only units of government but also city and county recycling programs that collect materials from the public. Thus the prices offered will hold for government-generated fluorescent and other lamps and mercury-containing devices as well as those collected in public programs.

This contract is intended to offer a flexible menu of options for local (Level A) and state (Level B) agencies in managing discarded electronic equipment. These options are meant to serve not only units of government but also city and county recycling programs that collect materials from the public. *See detail description of the levels in the contract.

This contract is intended to provide an Equipment Maintenance Management Program (EMMP) which will cover the state's normal requirements for the repair and preventative maintenance of equipment. The EMMP will provide comprehensive coverage for parts, labor, and preventative maintenance per the original equipment manufacturers (OEM) specifications. The purpose of the EMMP is to provide the state with a single point of contact for managing the entire service delivery process, which will streamline the equipment maintenance process and improve organizational efficiency. 

The contract covers procurement cards (also known as purchasing cards) which enable organizations to make small purchases more quickly and efficiently by minimizing paperwork and processing time.

This is a mandatory Statewide Term Contract for state departments, state agencies and state higher education institutions (except under the conditions specified in G.S. 115D-58.14(a) and G.S. 116-13). This contract may also be utilized for the convenience of non-mandatory state agencies and other eligible entities.

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