Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) has been approved to include cooperative purchasing as part of its GSA contact. Cooperative purchasing allows state and local governments to purchase from Schedule 84 for security products and services, at any time and for any reason, using any funds available. This approval also enables federal and state agencies to take advantage of negotiated pricing on security systems, products, and services.
“Government agencies have a higher responsibility for ensuring the security of their facilities,” said Vince Adams, Director of Market Development, Government Solutions. “DMP has a long track record of providing the highest levels of security to government customers, and is eager to support these agencies with proven, DMP security technology through the GSA-qualified members of our authorized dealer network.”
DMP recently renewed its GSA Schedule 84 contract, enabling state and federal government agencies to rely on DMP authorized dealers for alarm and signal systems and facility access control systems and services. With cooperative purchasing, government agencies and state universities have increased buying flexibility and can take advantage of negotiated pricing, simplifying the purchasing process and ensuring both high security and high value.
Since the 1990s when DMP introduced networked, encrypted panels to the market, the company has been a recognized leader in intrusion-detection systems for government applications. To further simplify the purchasing process, government buyers can rely on the DMP G-Force online resource. It provides the very latest in federal government intrusion detection system information, key documents, quick start guides, presentations, training videos, and compliance information. Visit this online resource at dmpgforce.us.