State and Local Governments
Who can buy from Schedules?
Commercial products and services are available for purchase by state and local governments, including tribal governments and educational institutions defined under 40 U.S.C. § 502(c), under the below outlined programs.
Why buy from Schedules?
- Strong, competitive pool of pre-vetted contractors
- Pre-negotiated terms, conditions, and competitive prices with the flexibility to seek more discounts
- Emerging technologies and innovative solutions
Electronic tools that help you
- conduct market research,
- find qualified sources,
- streamline and maximize competition, and
- simplify online purchasing
What can you buy through Schedules?
State, local, tribal governments and educational institutions may utilize the following programs to buy goods and services.
|Cooperative Purchasing Program||IT, security, and law enforcement products, services, and solutions that support everyday activities and your overall mission are available through Schedule 70 and Schedule 84.|
|Disaster Purchasing Program||Products and services under all Schedules are available, when buying in support of disaster preparation, response, and major disaster recovery, as well as recovery from biological, radiological, or terrorist attacks.|
|Public Health Emergencies||Products and services offered under all Schedules when spending federal grants funds in direct response to public health emergencies.|
|1122 Program||Equipment to support counterdrug missions, homeland security, and emergency response from General Services Administration (GSA), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and Department of Defense (DoD) sources of supply. Equipment from GSA sources is limited to specific Schedules and specific vehicles available from GSA’s AutoChoice Program. Contact your State Point of Contact (SPOC) for the 1122 program [PDF - 33 KB].|
Each individual program page includes detailed scope definitions and ordering guidelines.
National Wildland Fire Program - This program was transferred to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) on May 1, 2014.
GSA also supports two donation-based programs that support state and local governments: