The following is a listing of public sector procurement contracts in which PEAK is a named, authorized reseller. If you have any questions or if your organization needs to utilize a contract that is not listed, please contact John Simonton at [email protected] PEAK has numerous partnerships that enables the utilization of various additional contracts to meet the needs of our Public Sector clients.
|Manufacturer||Contract Name||Contract #||Eligible States||Holder|
|IBM||Texas DIR||DIR-TSO-3996||Many – See Link||IBM|
|NetApp||NASPO||WSCA MNWNC-121||New Mexico||NetApp|
|VMWare||MHEC||MHEC-021213||Many – See Link||Immix|
NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance)
NCPA is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states. NCPA works with a lead public agency, who competitively solicits master contracts. Contracts are awarded based on quality, performance, and most importantly pricing.
NASPO ValuePoint (National Association of State Procurement Officials):
NASPO ValuePoint is the nation’s largest public cooperative contracting organization. All of the cooperative contracts are led by one of the 50 states on behalf of the other states. ValuePoint is a non-profit subsidiary of the National Association of State Procurement Officials to provide states, local governments, public educational entities, etc. with best value contracts to support their important missions.
MHEC (Midwestern Higher Education Compact)
The Midwestern Higher Education Compact is a nonprofit regional organization assisting Midwestern states in advancing higher education through interstate cooperation and resource sharing. The Compact was established in 1991 and is responsible for directing the IT procurement for all three of its sister compacts (Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education-WICHE, Southern Regional Education Board-SREB, and the New England Board of Higher Education-NEBHE) via cooperative purchasing contracts
State of Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR)
When you purchase through DIR, you have the bulk buying power of the State of Texas on your side, which means that eligible customers can buy IT products and services at aggressive discounts without the need for a lengthy procurement process. All DIR contracts comply with state purchasing requirements. The savings are significant.