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Solicitations

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Current Region 4 ​Solicitations


17-07 - Books (Conventional Bound/eReaders) and Related Services

posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 due Thursday, March 09, 2017 at 2 pm Central Time

Click here to request a copy of this solicitation

Questions & Answers



17-08 - Trenchless Technology Rehabilitation and Related Products and Services

posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2017 due Thursday, March 09, 2017 at 2 pm Central Time

Click here to request a copy of this solicitation

Questions & Answers



17-03 - Playground Systems, Installation, Service, and Related Items

posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2017 due Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 2 pm Central Time

Click here to request a copy of this solicitation

Questions & Answers




​ Lead Agency Contracting Process

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All agreements offered through National IPA/TCPN have been awarded via a thorough Request for Proposal (RFP) competitive solicitation by a public agency/governmental entity (e.g. state‚ city‚ county‚ public university or school district). The contracting process is the foundation of National IPA/TCPN and sets us apart from other cooperatives. In order for even the most restrictive agencies nationwide to realize the best value offered by cooperative procurement‚ National IPA/TCPN ensures that industry best practices‚ processes and procedures are applied.​

The Cooperative Contracting Process

  1. The lead agency prepares a competitive solicitation, incorporating language to make the agreement accessible nationally to agencies in states that allow intergovernmental (i.e.: "piggyback") contract usage.

  2. The lead agency issues the solicitation and any required amendments and notifications‚ and conducts pre–proposal conferences/meetings.

  3. Interested suppliers respond to the solicitation.

  4. The lead agency evaluates the responses, negotiates the final terms and conditions and ultimately awards the master agreement.

  5. All documentation is posted on the National IPA website and made available to the public.

National IPA is committed to the integrity of the procurement process. Access to solicitation and award documentation is always available in the Documentation sections of each awarded agreement. No FOIA or special request necessary.

The lead agency procurement teams and the National IPA team of certified public procurement officials are available to answer any questions you may have or discuss the process in detail.​

The Lead Agencies

The lead agencies who currently solicit and award cooperative contracts available through National IPA are considered some of the best procurement teams in the nation. National IPA is honored to be partnered with the best–of–the–best when it comes to process‚ procedures and industry leaders.​




Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

Thank you for your interest in receiving notification of solicitations for Region 4 Education Service Center, and other ​​ on behalf of itself, other government agencies and non-profits, made available through National IPA.


If you would like to receive email notification of solicitations, please fill out the registration form below and your business will be added to the notification database(s) that match the commodities or services that you have selected. It is the sole responsibility of each company to maintain and keep their company's contact information current (e.g. contact name, email address, telephone number, etc.). All new solicitations will be sent to the e-mail address provided in this registration; therefore, it is imperative that the supplier maintains updated information.

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