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Contracting agencies such as Sourcewell (formerly NJPA) and HGAC provide procurement services to towns, counties, cities, states, and not-for-profit agencies. These agencies have the legislative authority to solicit, evaluate and award contracts through a competitive solicitation process, saving customers time and money.
Sourcewell (formerly NJPA) provides member-centered solutions that enable government, education and non-profit agencies to work more efficiently, and leverages its resources to effectively re-invest in the communities we serve as an invaluable service cooperative partner.
These contracts offer our customers the
flexibility to purchase
WHAT THEY WANT
FROM WHO THEY WANT
WHEN THEY WANT IT
based on their specific needs
and ensures them they are receiving
high quality products and services
at the most competitive pricing available
In addition to National Cooperative Buying Programs, State Government agencies award contracts to suppliers who can provide services or products meeting the needs of their day to day operations. In the equipment world contracts can range from full product line Multiple Award Schedules to rental contacts awarded to a single vendor. These contracts are oftentimes put in place for State Entities to utilize but are also made available to any governmental agency residing within the state who holds the contract. These agencies include but are not limited to Counties, Municipalities and Colleges. The drop down tool below allows for the contracts to be sorted by state. Please contact your local dealership for additional information about the State Contracts listed below.
Federal agencies award contracts to multiple companies supplying comparable services or products at varying prices. Many federal agencies utilize MAS contracts with companies for COTS (commercial of the shelf) items when it determines that offered prices are "fair and reasonable”. Federal contracting officers make this determination by comparing the price or discounts that a company offers a federal agency with the price or discounts that the company offers to its own commercial customers. To make this comparison, Federal MAS solicitations require companies to disclose information about their commercial pricing policies and practices. Contract prices are tied to the same prices a company would offer their best customers. Federal contracting officers select a vendor by making a best value determination, and then placing an order for the required equipment listed on the MAS contract.
Volvo Construction Equipment North America, LLC holds a direct Federal Contact with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), which is managed centrally at DLA Troop Support Philadelphia formerly known as Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP). This contract includes all commercial construction equipment models offered by Volvo. In addition to U.S. Military customers, DLA offers special discounted prices on all VCE products to civilian, federal agencies, including the Department of Interior, Agriculture, Energy, Homeland Security and all other U.S. Federal government customers.Learn More about DLA