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SOURCE: Keystone Purchasing Network
Nonprofit organizations including schools and government entities can piggyback on three new contracts that have been solicited, advertised, evaluated and awarded by the Keystone Purchasing Network (KPN), a cooperative purchasing program authorized by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Milton, PA (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
KPN frequently adds quality competitively bid contracts and services to its roster. Each category is publicly bid and awarded to the lowest responsive responsible bidder, resulting in higher quality at lower pricing. KPN is an initiative of a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and has a long-standing history of helping schools and agencies eliminate the time and cost of bidding.
KPN’s latest awarded vendors include AccuScan, which can provide digital archiving solutions for scanning, formatting and data management at affordable rates for all student, personnel, employee and board meeting records in the school sector, and blueprinting, survey and tax maps for all government entities.
The Bortek Industries, Inc. contract offers KPN buyers deeply discounted prices on its complete line of industrial walk behind sweepers and scrubbers, street and parking lot sweepers, and other cleaning equipment.
The DEMCO® catalog provides more than 50,000 unique library supply solutions, such as processing labels and templates, EM security strips, CircExtender3X®Laminate, Crystal Clear Book Tape and CD Strong Box™.
With more than 40 existing contracts available, KPN members can easily access information by visiting http://www.theKPN.org. Each contract is listed under the “Purchasing With KPN” tab and includes details about available products and services. Learn more about free KPN membership by calling (888) 490-3182 or emailing info@theKPN.org. KPN staff can provide bid documentation upon request.
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