Enhance Facility Management with NJPA Solutions

August 10, 2017

Government, education, and nonprofit entities looking to enhance the safety and surveillance of their facilities now have access to a wider variety of solutions through National Joint Powers Alliance® (NJPA).

Following a national competitive solicitation process, NJPA awarded contracts to seven vendors based on best value.

Through these contracts, entities can find virtually everything they need when it comes to facility security management: surveillance, access control, fire detection/warning and suppression, security gate control, and more.

“Each facility has its unique requirements for protecting its assets – including personnel,” said NJPA Lead Contract Administrator Tony Glenz. “I’m very pleased with the outcome of this solicitation. The awarded vendors will provide NJPA members a full gamut of solutions when it comes to securing their facilities.”

The contracts, effective as of June 30, 2017, will streamline the purchasing and service acquisition process, saving time and money for NJPA members throughout the U.S., and Canada.


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