Mobile Devices and Services (MDS) Contract (Expired)

​​​​​​​Updates to DoIT Statewide Contract webpages are in progress in response to the newly issued COMAR 21.05.13 Master Contracting regulations effective March 11, 2019. Agency buyers are advised t​​hat all PORFP, TORFP, and RFR awards, modifications, and option renewals valued over $200K now require BPW approval. Please refer to ​ITPO Memo​ issued March 22, 2019 for additional information.​​


​​Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) Number:  060B3490004

The Department of Information Technology (DoIT) has established this Contract to procure mobile devices and services.  Devices include cellular telephones, personal data transmission equipment, radio telephones, air cards and accessories.  Services are priced as fixed monthly charges for voice and other features such as push-to-talk, data, and wireless email.

The MDS Statewide Contract is comprised of four national providers.  Through web pages (Verizon, Sprint) or links (AT&T, T-Mobile), each Contractor provides pertinent information about the devices and services that they offer.  Although this information serves as a valuable guideline, it is not all inclusive.  Always check with provider's Account Representative (AR) to see if prices have dropped or special pricing is being offered when placing orders.


Any questions or concerns about this Master Contract should be directed to​.​

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