The 1122 Program offers Americans peace of mind by enabling states and units of local government access to federal sources of supply, to purchase equipment in support of counter-drug, homeland security and emergency response activities.
The Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009 amended 10 U.S.C. 381, to expand the procurement authority under the 1122 Program beyond counter-drug activities, to include equipment for homeland security and emergency response activities. Details on the program expansion, including the requirements for State Point of Contact (SPOC) certification, are located in:
Here is the list of all states currently participating in the 1122 Program, along with their corresponding certified State Points of Contact:
State Points of Contact (SPOC) [PDF, 36.29k]
The Department of Defense (DOD), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and the General Services Administration (GSA) provide equipment for purchase to the participating states under this program.
Additional GSA State and Local Programs
In addition to the 1122 Program, state and local government entities may take advantage of the purchasing power of the federal government through the Cooperative Purchasing Program, the Disaster Recovery Purchasing Program, and the Public Health Emergencies Program.