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This contract covers a total of seven auditing categories (see contract for details).  Audits are performed to ascertain the validity and reliability of information, to provide an assessment of a system's internal controls or operations, to recommend improvements in efficiency and effectiveness of operations, and/or adherence to laws and regulations. The goal of an audit is to express an opinion of the person, organization, system, etc. under evaluation based on work completed.

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for pharmaceutical returned goods through the Minnesota Multistate Contracting Alliance for Pharmacy (MMCAP) cooperative purchasing agreement and to provide agencies a mechanism to receive credit for returned pharmaceutical products. This contract is not a hazardous waste disposal contract and, therefore, vendor will not knowingly accept hazardous waste for processing.

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements to provide agencies with a mechanism for DSCSA subscription services through the MMCAP Infuse cooperative purchasing agreement.

Title II of the Drug Quality and Security Act (H.R. 3204), titled the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and signed into law on November 27, 2013, establishes a national system for tracing pharmaceutical products through the supply chain from manufacturer to dispenser.

The vendor is supplying a "software as a service" solution to allow MMCAP members to:

This contract covers small package delivery services and is a cooperative collaborative contract on NASPO/ValuePoint.

This is a convenience contract for state departments, most state agencies and higher education institutions (except under the conditions specified in G.S. §115D-58.14(a) and G.S. §116-13). The contract may also be utilized, without further competition, by non-mandatory state agencies and other eligible entities.

Contract Administrator: Myra Welch

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for fleet management services in the following areas:
  1. Program Management
  2. External Maintenance Management
  3. In-House Garage Module
  4. Technology Management
  5. Vehicle In-Service Support
  6. Accident Management
  7. Fuel Integration
  8. Telematics Support
  9. Implementation & Change Management
  10. Additional FMS Services
  • Ordering & Supply Chain
  • Data Integration
  • Chargeback to Agencies

The Division of Purchase & Contract has established a new Statewide Term Contract in conjunction with NASPO ValuePoint to provide general, medical and legal transcription services.

This contract is a convenience contract, which may be used by state departments, agencies, higher education institutions as well as non-mandatory state agencies and other eligible entities.

Contract Administrator: Wanda Simmons

Telephone Number: 984-236-0226

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for translation and interpretation services in the following categories:

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for reverse auction services.

This Statewide Term Contract is a convenience contract for state agencies, departments, institutions, universities, community colleges, and non-mandatory entities including schools and local governments.

Contract Administrator: Wanda Simmons

Telephone Number: 984-236-0226

e-Procurement Status: Not loaded

This contract is intended to cover the state’s normal requirements for third-party field evaluation and inspection services in the following categories, including cord and plug connected equipment and hardwired or permanently connected equipment types:

North Carolina has joined the OMNIA Partners, Public Sector cooperative purchasing program to provide this Statewide Term Contract for secured document shredding services and the destruction of pill bottles and hospital wristbands.  Contract offers:

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