GSA, the primary, centralized procurement tool used by thousands of agencies, can help streamline many mobile command and communications purchases. Local, state, and federal agencies can all leverage GSA’s purchasing power. Nomad owns a schedule 23V contract with multiple SIN’s. Contract Number: GS-30F-027BA
ADS is a master distributor of operational equipment to the U.S. Department of Defense and others. Nomad partners with ADS to develop complex solutions that can be difficult to execute within a centralized procurement system. Utilizing a variety of government-authorized mechanisms, ADS can dramatically shorten purchase timelines.
Military and federal agencies can utilize the DLA HEPP contract to purchase Nomad mobile command and communications assets. Click the “Learn More” link below. After arriving at the DLA HEPP contract page, scroll down to the “Fire & Emergency Vehicles” section, where Nomad’s PDF contract is visible under SPE8EC13D0031.
Safeware and Mallory are suppliers of public safety and emergency preparedness equipment. From Maine to California and all points between, local and state agencies can significantly simplify and shorten their procurement process by utilizing Safeware and Mallory contracts.
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SBA HUBZone Program
Nomad is a U.S. Small Business Administration HUBZone-certified company. This program fuels small business growth in historically underutilized business zones with a goal of awarding at least three percent of federal contract dollars to certified companies each year.
GSA Disaster Recovery Purchasing
Nomad solutions are eligible for purchase via the GSA Disaster Recovery Purchasing Program. GSA’s strong partnerships can help cities and towns meet their needs quickly while saving taxpayer dollars.
Nomad Atlas: Your Procurement Roadmap
The five-phase Atlas system demystifies the mobile operations purchasing process, paving the way for painless planning, smooth financing, and a finished solution that serves your mission flawlessly.