Wireless Data, Voice and Accessories
Contact Info: Christopher Jennings, J.D.
Solicitation Number: CJ18012
Release Date: 2018-08-13
Close Date: 2018-10-16
The NASPO ValuePoint RFP for Wireless Data, Voice and Accessories was released by the State of Utah on August 13, 2018. The RFP closing date has been extended to Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time and is number CJ18012.
The RFP may be obtained directly from the Utah Public Procurement Place here. While there is not a direct link to the public posting, from the link you may search CJ18012 in the search bar and click the search icon. The first posting is the Wireless Data, Voice and Accessories RFP, after which you may select View as PDF and download the referenced documents, or you may select Respond Now to download the complete RFP documents. Either approach provides the same documents. All Addendum's will also be posted and available at the same location.
The State of Utah Division of Purchasing and General Services (“Lead State”) is requesting proposals for Next Generation Cellular Services in furtherance of the NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to establish Master Agreements with qualified Offerors to provide Cellular Voice, Data and Accessories for all Participating States. The objective of this RFP is to obtain best value, and in some cases achieve more favorable pricing, than is obtainable by an individual state or local government entity because of the collective volume of potential purchases by numerous state and local government entities. The Master Agreement(s) resulting from this procurement may be used by state governments (including departments, agencies, institutions), institutions of higher education, political subdivisions (i.e., colleges, school districts, counties, cities, etc.), the District of Columbia, territories of the United States, and other eligible entities subject to approval of the individual chief procurement official and compliance with local statutory and regulatory provisions. The initial term of the master agreement shall be 5 (Five) years with renewal provisions for an additional 5 (Five) years. It is anticipated that this RFP may result in Master Agreement awards to multiple contractors.