Wireless, Voice, Data and Accessories Statewide Contract ADPICS Procedures
The following outlines the Purchase Order (PO) processing procedures for services and/or equipment available through the Mobile Devices and Services contract. All Executive Branch agencies are required to enter PO releases in State ADPICS against the blanket purchase order (BPO Number 001B1600087). The procedures are effective January 1, 2007. Any questions should be directed to email@example.com
- Select a commodity code from the BPO:
- 91575-000001 Telephone services, wireless
- 91575-000002 Wireless voice service
If using multiple accounting, complete the accounting information on this screen before inserting your NASPO specification.
The following information is required on all orders. Update the commodity specification field with:
NASPO Wireless Voice, Data and Accessories (2019 - 2024)
RFP/Contract # __________________
Agency Contact Person: ______________________
Agency Contact Email: _______________________
Agency Contact Telephone: ____________________
Description of Equipment or Service Requested: (phone model, accessories and service) ___________________________________________________________
Additional Information Requested by the Provider: ___________________
Enter the agency buyer's code to ensure that the Requesting Agency's contact information is on the PO.
The Requesting Agency may change the DOC type or use the default. A specific DOC type is not required for the PO.
The PO will automatically be routed via commodity approval processing to OSP for review and approval in ADPICS mailbox, for transactions $50,000.00 or greater.
The Requesting Agency can monitor the status of the PO through ADPICS via the active document screen (PCHL 9220) or archive screen (PCHL 9230) for the PO.
After the PO is approved and posted by OSP, the Requesting Agency will fax the PO to the appropriate provider.
The Requesting Agency shall follow up with the provider directly concerning the status of the initial purchase as well as subsequent invoice and service concerns.