TXMAS CONTRACT INFORMATION

DUNS# 102694671. CAGE# 3DNW8

TXMAS 6-560120

Contract Period: 2/1/2003 – 1/31/2023
Schedule: 56
FSC Group: 61
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FEDERAL SUPPLY CODE

6115 Generators
6105 Portable Light Towers
4310 Air Compressors
5430 Storage Tanks
6125 Converter/Inverter Generators

SINs

383-2 Generators
383-10 Light Towers
253-39 Air Compressors
361-20A Fuel Tanks
412-14 Inverters Generators

TXMAS 6-78080

Contract Period: 4/5/2005 – 4/24/2020
Schedule: 78
FSC Group: 99

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FEDERAL SUPPLY CODE

9905 Signs & Safety Zone Products

SINs

366-11 Signs
366-12 Safety Zone Products

TXMAS 10-84050

Contract Period: 10/5/2009 – 10/4/2019
Schedule: 84
FSC Group: 63

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FEDERAL SUPPLY CODE

6350 Closed Circuit Surveillance System

SINs

426-4S Surveillance Equipment

TXMAS PROGRAM

The Texas Procurement and Support Services (TPASS) has established, as an alternative purchasing method, the use of Texas multiple award schedule (TXMAS) contracts that have been developed from contracts awarded by the federal government or any other governmental entity of any state.

As the responsible federal entity, the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Supply Service awards Federal Supply Schedule contracts by competitive procurement procedures for more than 50 schedules that cover multiple commodities and services. The prices reflected on GSA schedule contracts are the most favored customer (MFC) prices and the maximum price allowable.

TXMAS contracts take advantage of the MFC pricing and under certain circumstances, an agency or local government entity, may negotiate a lower price for the goods or services offered on a schedule contract. A “best value” purchase can be made by following the TXMAS purchasing procedures.

The TXMAS Program is for State Agencies and Qualified State of Texas CO-OP Purchasing Entities such as:

Municipalities (Cities), Counties, School Districts, Charter Schools, Hospital Districts, Councils of Government, Educational Service Centers, Utility Districts, Assistance Organizations, Community/Junior Colleges, Fire Districts, MHMR Centers, Library Districts, Appraisal Districts.