State of California Contract – CONTRACT REFRESH
Contract # 1-17-70-06A – Contract Expiration Date: May 23, 2020
Smile Business Products is excited to provide the State of California with a multi-functional copier contract featuring Sharp’s product line. Choose between 30 page per minute up to 65 pages per minute – monochrome or color.
To view pricing, brochures, user instruction guide, and support from your Smile State Team, please visit the Smile State Site.
For Service & Supplies, please call 800-790-7701 or 855-790-7702. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online form.
Sharp CA NASPO ValuePoint
Contract # 7-15-70-26 – Contract Expiration Date: December 31, 2019
The NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Organization (formerly WSCA-NASPO) provides the highest standard of excellence in public cooperative contracting. By leveraging the leadership and expertise of all states with the purchasing power of their public entities, NASPO ValuePoint delivers best value, reliable, competitively sourced contracts.
There are many benefits to cooperative contacting. Collectively, states are able to leverage their spending through a single solicitation that obtains best value pricing and superior contract terms. NASPO ValuePoint emphasizes best value from its contractors considering price, quality, reliability, warranties, and service while protecting states’ interests with favorable terms and conditions.
Smile has teamed up with NASPO ValuePoint and Sharp Electronics to assure you are getting the best price on Sharp multi-function products in the state. NASPO offers cost-effective quality products and services for school districts, cities, counties, and other government agencies.
To learn more about the NASPO ValuePoint Contract, please contact us.
CMAS – California Multiple Awards Schedule
Contract # 3-08-36-0031B – Contract Expiration Date: December 31, 2021
State and local government agencies may use CMAS contracts unless the contractor explicitly stipulates in their CMAS contract offer that the contract is not available to local governments. A local government agency is any city, county, district, or other local governmental body, including the California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) systems, K-12 public schools and community colleges empowered to expend public funds.