MiCTA Issues RFP for Consulting Services

Large RFP seeks consulting services for educational content, educational software, technical applications and E-rate program

SAGINAW, Mich., Jan. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MiCTA, a national group purchasing organization is pleased to announce that it has issued a Request for Proposals seeking consulting services that would be of interest to its membership. The RFP seeks consultants who are willing to provide discounted consulting services to its membership in a variety of disciplines. Specific areas of interest include:

  • Educational content consulting
  • Educational software consulting
  • Consulting in a variety of specialty fields
  • E-rate consulting

The MiCTA membership is comprised of more than 2,500 K-12 schools and school districts; higher education institutions; state, county and local government agencies, non-profit and charitable organizations, and health care institutions throughout the United States. Consultants who respond to the RFP will not be required to provide services nationwide.

MiCTA negotiates substantial volume purchasing discounts for technology products and services on behalf of its membership, which is comprised of higher education institutions, K-12 schools and school districts, municipalities, non-profit organizations, hospitals and health care providers, religious and charitable organizations throughout the United States.

MiCTA encourages all qualified service providers to visit the MiCTA Web site (http://www.mictatech.org) for more information and to download a copy of the RFP.

About MiCTA

MiCTA, located at 515 North Washington Street, Suite 405 in Saginaw, MI, represents thousands of non-profit entities from the higher education, K-12, healthcare, library, governmental and charitable sectors. Nationally, MiCTA seeks to resolve common voice, video and data issues, provide timely information on the latest communications technologies, participate in legislative and regulatory discussions that affect its membership with regard to these vital technologies, and purchase telecommunications, video, data, e-learning and emergency notification systems at substantial discounts for its membership. More information about MiCTA is available at our Web site, at http://www.mictatech.org.

SOURCE MiCTA

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