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National IPA is pleased to offer the following solutions with Office Depot:
  • • Office Supplies  (Contract #R141703 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • School Supplies  (Contract #R141605 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • Office & Educational Consumables  (Contract #618-000-11-1 awarded by State of Florida)
  • • Technology & Interactive Whiteboard Solutions Products & Services  (Contract #R160204 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • Furniture & Installation  (Contract #R142212 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • Technology Solutions  (Contract #R5113 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • Janitorial Supplies, Equipment, Maint. & Repair  (Contract #R5120 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)
  • • Managed Print Solutions  (Contract #R5243 awarded by Region 4 Education Service Center)

Contract details available in tabs to the left.
 

 

About Office Depot

With more than 20 years serving the public sector, Office Depot understands the unique needs of public agencies. We've listened to our customers and developed a new and robust program that provides your agency or school with extraordinary value. The partnership with National IPA leverages the State of Florida contract to provide exceptional savings to public sector agencies across the country.   

Partnership. Cost-Saving Solutions

National IPA is a leading public sector cooperative purchasing organization, established through a collaborative effort of public agencies. This cooperative purchasing strategy offers lower costs, plus time and resource savings, to participating agencies. There is no cost to participate with National IPA. Visit http://www.nationalipa.org for more information and to register to participate. New to Office Depot? Email nationalipa@officedepot.com to set up a new account.

​​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".
Contact vendor for pricing.

Contract: JP156810 - Office and Educational Supplies

Jan 1, 2012 to Dec 31, 2019

Contract: R142212 - Furniture and Installation

May 1, 2015 to Apr 30, 2018

Contact Office Depot

Nancy Davis – National Program Manager
602-317-5257
Nancy.davis@officedepot.com

Jim Carroll – National Technology Program Manager
615-943-7020
Jim.carroll@officedepot.com

Cristel Hutchinson – National Furniture Program Manager
360-481-1884
Cristel.hutchinson@officedepot.com

David McGinnis – National Furniture Program Manager
724-777-2356
David.mcginnis@officedepot.com

Troy Hamilton – National Print Services Program Manager
206.979.3717
Troy.hamilton@officedepot.com

Andrew Wolf – National Janitorial, Breakroom & Facilities Program Manager
310-740-0510
andrew.wolf@officedepot.com

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R141703
Contract Term: March 1, 2015  through February 28, 2018

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R141605
Contract Term: March 1, 2015  through January 31, 2018

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R160204
Contract Term: August 1, 2016  through July 31, 2019

Join in for the upcoming webinar!

Keys to Creating Makerspaces

Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Time: 2:00 pm EST

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The maker movement is poised to transform K12 learning. Makerspaces—workshop areas that provide tools and raw materials for students to invent, create, collaborate and learn—reinforce STEM skills and enable more authentic learning. While there are a variety of ways to design and build makerspaces, there are some key strategies administrators can employ to ensure their program is successful.

Attend this web seminar to learn some of the keys to creating makerspaces from administrators at the Toms River Regional Schools in New Jersey and the Wallingford Public Schools in Connecticut, two districts with innovative, cutting-edge makerspace programs. Presenters will discuss strategies for designing the room, aligning curriculum, and selecting the right tools and materials. This event will also feature a funding expert, who will outline some of the financial resources that are available, and highlight how to take a multi-faceted approach to securing funding to support your district’s makerspaces.

Topics will include:

• The maker movement and the trend toward makerspaces

• The educational benefits of a school makerspace

• How to design a room, align curriculum and select the right tools

• Strategies for securing funding

Speakers: Tiffany Lucey, Supervisor of Educational Technology, Toms River Regional Schools (N.J.) Salvatore Menzo, Superintendent, Wallingford Public Schools (Conn.) Paula Love, President, RFPMatch.com

Who will benefit: District administrators interested in STEM, curriculum or makerspaces. Anyone may attend.

Continuing Education Certification: All attendees of this live web seminar will receive confirmation of their participation, which may be used for purposes of CEU certification where applicable.

 

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: State of Florida
Contract #618-000-11-1
Contract Term: October 18, 2010  through April 17, 2017

 

Contract Highlights:

  • Contract Term: October 18, 2010 – April 17, 2017.  Current contract extension effective October 18, 2016 through April 17, 2017.
  • Competitive pricing structure
  • Aggressive paper pricing
  • Targeted services and solutions
  • Convenience, value, savings & selection
  • Industry leading Green solutions

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R142212
Contract Term: May 1, 2015  through April 30, 2018

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R5113
Contract Term: November 22, 2011  through October 31, 2016

 

Join in for the upcoming webinar!

Keys to Creating Makerspaces

Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Time: 2:00 pm EST

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The maker movement is poised to transform K12 learning. Makerspaces—workshop areas that provide tools and raw materials for students to invent, create, collaborate and learn—reinforce STEM skills and enable more authentic learning. While there are a variety of ways to design and build makerspaces, there are some key strategies administrators can employ to ensure their program is successful.

Attend this web seminar to learn some of the keys to creating makerspaces from administrators at the Toms River Regional Schools in New Jersey and the Wallingford Public Schools in Connecticut, two districts with innovative, cutting-edge makerspace programs. Presenters will discuss strategies for designing the room, aligning curriculum, and selecting the right tools and materials. This event will also feature a funding expert, who will outline some of the financial resources that are available, and highlight how to take a multi-faceted approach to securing funding to support your district’s makerspaces.

Topics will include:

• The maker movement and the trend toward makerspaces

• The educational benefits of a school makerspace

• How to design a room, align curriculum and select the right tools

• Strategies for securing funding

Speakers: Tiffany Lucey, Supervisor of Educational Technology, Toms River Regional Schools (N.J.) Salvatore Menzo, Superintendent, Wallingford Public Schools (Conn.) Paula Love, President, RFPMatch.com

Who will benefit: District administrators interested in STEM, curriculum or makerspaces. Anyone may attend.

Continuing Education Certification: All attendees of this live web seminar will receive confirmation of their participation, which may be used for purposes of CEU certification where applicable.

 

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R5120
Contract Term: January 23, 2012  through February 28, 2017

Competitively solicited and publicly awarded by: Region 4 Education Service Center
Contract #R5243
Contract Term: March 1, 2013  through February 28, 2017

Office Depot Collateral

Office Depot Tech Services

 

     IT Services & Help Desk

 

   Asset Monitoring &        Management

 

    Managed Security Services

 

    Business Continuity & Backup

 

Office Depot Cobranded Flyers

 

Perfecting the Art of Clean

 

Stock Up and Stay Organized

 Building Brilliant Ideas

 

Office Depot Emergency Preparedness Packs

 

Emergency Pack

 

Emergency Student Pack

 

Large Emergency Teacher Pack

 

Vehicle Emergency Pack

Office Depot Boise Paper Mixed Truckload Offerings!

Boise Paper Office Papers Now Available.  See Below for Details!

JOIN IN FOR THE MAKERSPACES WEBINAR!

Keys to Creating Makerspaces

Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Time: 2:00 pm EST

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

The maker movement is poised to transform K12 learning. Makerspaces—workshop areas that provide tools and raw materials for students to invent, create, collaborate and learn—reinforce STEM skills and enable more authentic learning. While there are a variety of ways to design and build makerspaces, there are some key strategies administrators can employ to ensure their program is successful.

Attend this web seminar to learn some of the keys to creating makerspaces from administrators at the Toms River Regional Schools in New Jersey and the Wallingford Public Schools in Connecticut, two districts with innovative, cutting-edge makerspace programs. Presenters will discuss strategies for designing the room, aligning curriculum, and selecting the right tools and materials. This event will also feature a funding expert, who will outline some of the financial resources that are available, and highlight how to take a multi-faceted approach to securing funding to support your district’s makerspaces.

Topics will include:

• The maker movement and the trend toward makerspaces

• The educational benefits of a school makerspace

• How to design a room, align curriculum and select the right tools

• Strategies for securing funding

Speakers: Tiffany Lucey, Supervisor of Educational Technology, Toms River Regional Schools (N.J.) Salvatore Menzo, Superintendent, Wallingford Public Schools (Conn.) Paula Love, President, RFPMatch.com

Who will benefit: District administrators interested in STEM, curriculum or makerspaces. Anyone may attend.

Continuing Education Certification: All attendees of this live web seminar will receive confirmation of their participation, which may be used for purposes of CEU certification where applicable.

 

Committed to Increasingly Buy Green, Be Green and Sell Green

At Office Depot, we recognize that environmental challenges require solutions that cover the supply chain, our own operations and the marketplace.

This is why we have structured our Environmental Strategy around the three value-chain concepts of Increasingly Buying Green, Being Green and Selling Green.

Our strategy is supported by an Environmental Policy that is focused on implementation, as well as an open approach to Engaging Stakeholders.

 

Office Depot and ICLEI USA Launch National Green Business Challenge with Cities Across the CountryDescription: http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/irol/global_images/spacer.gif

Innovative Program Helps Local Governments Engage Business Communities in Going Greener; Four New Challengers to Be Announced at the NYSE Closing Bell on April 21.

Yalmaz Siddiqui, center with gavel, Director of Environmental Strategy for Office Depot, and Martin J. Chavez, center right, Executive Director of ICLEI USA, together with elected officials from City of Austin, TX; City of Bellevue, WA; City of Chula Vista, CA; and Triangle J Council of Governments, NC, ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange to launch the 2011 Green Business Challenge, Thursday, April, 21, 2011, on the eve of Earth Day. Office Depot is the presenting sponsor of the Green Business Challenge, which seeks to improve sustainability throughout the business community. (Photo by Diane Bondareff for Office Depot)

Office Depot SMART Solutions

  • Copy & Print Depot™
  • Cleaning & Breakroom Solutions
  • GreenerOffice™ (Environmental Solutions)
  • Technology
  • Furniture
  • Office Depot® Brands

Greener Office

SMARTER ways to go green

We bring you over 6,000 greener options, including 4,000+ items with recycled content, thousands of ENERGY STAR qualified electronics, a wide assortment of GREENGUARD or SCSIndoor Advantage Certified furniture, and a robust range of Greenseal or EcoLogo certified cleaning products.

From energy and materials conservation to recycling, organizations are undertaking more green initiatives every day. Office Depot can help you keep pace with greener choices.

Helping you pursue certification under LEED for Existing Buildings

The LEED-EB Credit Report from Office Depot estimates what proportion of your office supplies, technology and furniture purchases from us comply with LEED for EB Sustainable Purchasing standards. This unique tool streamlines the documentation process and helps you provide a SMARTER, more accurate submission to the U.S. Green Building Council.

 

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