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Janitorial Products and Other, WSCA
The State of Oregon is the lead on this WSCA contract for janitorial products with dispensers, service, testing and training.
SPECIAL NOTICE: For immediate use. No waiver required by DES/CI.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Portion Pac products are not available through this contract. If interested in Portion Pac products they are available by Correctional Industries through the 10103 contract.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Medical/Examination gloves are not available on this contract see contract #05311
WSCA janitorial supplies and related services. This is a comprehensive product services, routine training, testing, consultation services, and dispensing machines contract. There are some unique aspects to this contract that offer contract customers a myriad of choice.
• Maximizes multi-state collective buying
• Extremely competitive pricing
• Many environmentally friendly products meeting the Green Seal or EPA Designed for the Environment Program
Pricing and ordering:
Waxie Sanitary Supply
Online ordering will require an account and password with the vendor
Current Term Start Date:
Est. Annual Worth:
Current Term Stop Date:
Final Term End On:
485-01 ,485-02 ,485-03 ,485-04 ,485-06 ,485-08 ,485-09 ,485-10 ,485-11
# of Bids Received:
Who can use this contract?
Washington State agencies
Qualified Cooperative Members (Political Subdivisions/Non-Profit Organizations)
Participating Colleges, Universities, Community & Technical Colleges
Contract Documents & Resources
Current Contract Information (CCI)
Vendor and Contract Performance Feedback
Information about the number of bids received is included to show:
Vendors which contracts would benefit from more competition.
Assure our customers that we sought the best overall value through as many competitive bids as possible.
The symbol of a tree indicates that environmentally preferred or friendly products are available. These products may not be available from all vendors on this contract.
The Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA) creates multi-State contracts in order to achieve cost-effective and efficient acquisition of quality products and services. WSCA contracts maximize cost avoidance, reduce individual state administrative costs, and encourage market competition and product availability through standard specifications and consolidated requirements. WSCA contracts are available for use by public agencies w