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The NCPA contract is available for use and benefits all organizations that must comply with state purchasing laws (state, cities, counties, non-profits, public and private schools, colleges, and universities and all governmental agencies).

NCPA is a national governmental purchasing cooperative, able to leverage one of the largest pools of purchasing potential. The organization competitively bids and awards contracts to national vendors in accordance with purchasing procedures mandated by state procurement laws and regulations. This means the best pricing for both small and large buyers.

When using the NCPA contract, the buyer deals directly with the vendor, as normally, but just using the NCPA contract as their own.

For further information about UDT’s NCPA contract, please click here.


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To start using NCPA’s awarded contracts, register for free by clicking here.

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Contract Technical Details

Contract Title:

NCPA
Contract #: NCPA01-134

Contract Period:

Through December 13, 2021

Term:

Through December 31, 2024

Contract General Information

Contractor:

United Data Technologies

Contract Name:

NCPA01-134

Contract Issue Date:

December 31, 2021

Contract Expiration:

December 31, 2024

Contact Information

United Data Technologies.

Please Contact

2900 Monarch Lakes Blvd.

Suite 300
Miramar, FL, 33027

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