|National IPA is pleased to offer the following solutions with CDW-G:
- • Technology & Interactive Whiteboard Solutions Products & Services (Contract #R160201 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
- • Information Technology Solutions (Contract #130733 awarded by City of Tucson, AZ)
- • Technology Solutions (Contract #R5106 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
Contract details available in tabs to the left.
Headquartered in Vernon Hills, Ill., CDW is a leading provider of technology solutions for business, government, education and healthcare. With a balanced portfolio of 250,000 small-, medium- and large-sized customers, CDW generated net sales of $10.1 billion in 2012, and currently employs more than 6,800 coworkers in 25 locations across the U.S. and Canada.
Contract terms allow PO's to be sent directly to this vendor and must reference the vendor's contract number. For example, "Per Cooperative Contract #R123456".
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Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract Term: August 1, 2016 through July 31, 2019
- Technology Solutions
- A Publicly Awarded Contract
- Wide Breadth of Products
- Priority Consulting
Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: City of Tucson, AZ
Contract Term: August 18, 2013 through August 17, 2018 with Current Contract Renewal Through August 15, 2017
- Deep discounts with even deeper discounts on HP products
- Comprehensive products and services including:
- Network Communications
- Data Storage
- Notebooks/Mobile Devices
- Full technical solutions (hardware, software, and services) for Virtualization, Unified Communications, Security, LAN/WAN, Mobility, Data Center Optimization, and Cloud Computing
Green IT Solutions
Implementing green technology is quickly rising to the top of every organizations agenda, and with good reason: It takes a tremendous amount of energy and taxpayer dollars to power data centers, networks and computers.
As budgets shrink and environmental concerns grow, local, state and federal IT leaders are under pressure to do more with less while also reducing waste and energy consumption. Fortunately, taking a more environmentally friendly approach to technology deployment will also help IT departments reach those goals.
Government agencies can simultaneously reduce their carbon footprint, become more energy efficient and save money by pursuing a green strategy that includes adopting common-sense best practices, improving the utilization of existing IT equipment, and as budgets or regular upgrade cycles allow, investing in new, innovative technologies.
While theres a lot of marketing hype surrounding implementing green technology, CDWGs white paper moves beyond that by providing actionable tips from technology manufacturers themselves to help you reach your green goals and produce measurable results.