Hardware 2012 Master Contract

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​​​​​​​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.​​

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Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) Number:  060B2490022

This statewide contract vehicle permits agencies to procure the following:


Listed on this page are more documents that explain how to use the Hardware 2012 Master Contract. Any questions or concerns about this Master Contract should be directed to the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) at central.procurement@maryland.gov.

New Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) regulations for Agencies and Business Community – Effective June 9, 2014, Maryland adopted new regulations concerning MBE prime contractors. See MBE Participation.

The Expansion Window for the Hardware 2012 Master Contract is anticipated in 2020/2021. During this Expansion Window, new Offerors may propose to become Master Contractors, and existing Master Contractors to propose to add functional areas to their Master Contract. If you would like to be added to the list to receive the expansion RFP once it is issued, then please complete the IT Contracts Solicitation Request Form available online.

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