Who owns the contract?
WSCA-NASPO uses a "Lead State" model in issuing cooperative solicitations. One state leads the procurement, issues the solicitation and awards the contracts based on that state's statutory requirements and processes. The Lead State owns and manages the contract(s). You can find the name of the lead state contact by selecting a contract from the list here. Other states have chosen to participate and have followed each state's individual statutory processes to provide public notice and permit participation. If you have questions, contact Paul Stembler (contact information below).
I am a contractor. How do I register with WSCA-NASPO?
WSCA-NASPO does not offer a vendor registration program. Each state has its own program. See WSCA-NASPO Current Opportunities and register with the lead state indicated there.
Can contractors be added to existing WSCA-NASPO contracts?
All WSCA-NASPO contracts are established on a competitive basis. Contractors may NOT be added after the deadline specified in the solicitation document for the receipt of responses. If you have questions contact Paul Stembler (contact information below).
Who can use WSCA-NASPO contracts?
All governmental entities within a state are eligible to use WSCA-NASPO contracts, if the governmental entity has the legal authority to use their home state's contracts. If you are not sure about the legal status of an entity, check with Paul Stembler (contact information below).
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I have questions about the WSCA-NASPO organization or other things related to WSCA-NASPO contracts. Who do I contact?
Paul Stembler, WSCA-NASPO Cooperative Development Coordinator
Tim Hay, WSCA-NASPO Cooperative Development Coordinator
Doug Richins, WSCA-NASPO CEO
Lee Ann Pope, WSCA Program Manager
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