CTL has been awarded a contract with the Purchasing Cooperative of America (PCA). This contract vehicle enables schools as well as state and local government agencies across the country to purchase from CTL without having to go to bid.
“We are excited at the opportunity to connect with customers via PCA,” noted Mike Mahanay, CTL’s Chief Revenue Office. “PCA streamlines the purchasing process, making it easy for schools, governmental entities, hospitals, etc. to source CTL Chrome devices.”
Purchasing Cooperative of America (PCA) is a national purchasing cooperative active in all 50 states, the U.S. Territories, and Canada and Mexico. PCA’s mission is to provide innovative best value contracts, employ the highest ethical standards in public procurement, and provide real time and money savings for all PCA Members and Awarded Contractors.”
There is no cost to join PCA. Membership includes public sector entities including educational institutions K-12 through universities including charter schools; local, state, Federal and special district governmental agencies; Indian Tribal Governments; hospitals; law enforcement; and non-profit, non-taxed organizations.
PCA combines experience in contracting, purchasing, and RFP and RFQ solicitation writing to provide strong, legal contracts across multiple industries and the most technically innovative contracts available for buildings and facilities.