Assistive Telecommunications Equipment (ATE) and Associated Peripherals Master Contract

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Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) Number:  060B4400010

The Department of Information Technology (DoIT) has established this Master Contract to procure assistive telecommunications equipment and associated peripherals in indefinite quantities as organized under the Functional Areas below.

Listed on this page are more documents that explain how to use the ATE Master Contract. For ordering purposes for the ATE Master Contract, the solicitation forms are the PORFP (Purchase Order Request for Proposals) or POIFB (Purchase Order Invitation for Bids).

Questions?

This contract is managed by DoIT's Telecommunications Access of Maryland (TAM) Office.

Please direct all general inquiries to TAM's Maryland Relay Customer Service Office at 1-800-552-7724 (V/TTY) or by email to moreinfo@mdrelay.org.

Questions about ordering procedures may be directed to central.procurement@maryland.gov​

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