Breast Pumps & Access NASPO Value
BREAST PUMPS, DOUBLE PUMPS, SINGLE PUMPS, MANUAL PUMPS, FLANGES, CASES FOR WOMEN, INFANT & CHILDREN PROGRAMS, WIC, WSCA
The purpose of this Contract is to facilitate the as-needed purchase of Manual and Electric Breast Pumps, Double Pumping Kits, and related accessories for participating members of the NASPO ValuePoint (Formally Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA). The balance of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, US Territories and other public entities may also use NASPO ValuePoint contracts.
Specific to the State of Washington, all Washington Purchasing Cooperative members are eligible to use this Contract. Other states interested in utilizing this contract should contact the NASPO ValuePoint Development Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding the participation process.
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Oregon Coop Members
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