Tag: California

TIPS

Government contracts in the State of Texas are overseen and administered through the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR), tasked with providing technology leadership, solutions and value to Texas state government, education and local government entities to enable and facilitate the fulfillment of their core missions. Click here for more information on the Cooperative Contracts…

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E-Rate

E-Rate: Federal Funding to Enhance Education   The E-Rate program provides discounts and funding from the Universal Service Fund to eligible schools and libraries wanting to enhance their telecommunications and technology services. Since 1999, when the program was started, E-Rate has significantly accelerated the rate of K-12 classroom modernization around the nation, including the adoption…

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California

Government contracts in the State of California are overseen and administered through the California Department of General Services, which serves as business manager for the state of California. How to Order/Check Status of Order To obtain contract pricing or order status on products from Netsync, please contact: Cory Hopf Netsync Network Solutions2500 West Loop South,…

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Netsync Poised for Growth in 2019

Houston TX – February 7, 2019 – Netsync, the largest technology VAR in the Texas region for educational institutions, kicks off the new year by launching a new brand identity setting the stage for an aggressive year of growth. Focused initiatives will drive new opportunities in the enterprise and commercial space by partnering with companies…

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Government Contracts

Fulfilling Government Contracts to Improve Outcomes Netsync has extensive experience fulfilling government contracts and can achieve rapid large-scale deployments within demanding deadlines. With a blended approach that is both consultative and collaborative, Netsync works closely with state, local and federal government organizations to obtain a comprehensive understanding of their technology needs. We then source and…

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