National, State, and Local Contracts |Troxell

Troxell offers the lowest prices through National, State, and Local Contracts.

Meeting the needs of education technology at affordable costs

In K12, now more than ever before, the #1 solution to ensure the lowest prices for classroom technology is buying on Contracts.

Budgets are tight this year, and maybe next year, too. K12 technology buyers in all 14,300 school districts are encouraged to use Contract pricing for all purchases. The bid processes carried out by the Contract holders are extensive and detailed, with benefits to you including time savings, substantial cost savings, and streamlining of purchase orders. With limited time and staff, the contracts with Troxell products provide you with a quick solution to the best pricing.

Schools and districts of all sizes need the best deals available. Troxell understands this, and we encourage our customers to use contract pricing for all purchases.

Check out our state by state contract directory or call call your local account executive |Troxell
Featured Contracts
1 Government Procurement Alliance
1Government Procurement Alliance is a nonprofit NATIONAL governmental purchasing cooperative that allows public agencies to take advantage of existing public contracts to purchase the goods they need, at the most competitive prices.
Association of Education Purchasing Agencies (AEPA)
A local agency in your state manages the contract. AEPA is a national cooperative of education purchasing professionals representing lead agencies in their respective states.
Digital Edge Purchasing Power for 21st Century Schools
The Digital Edge Purchasing Program at Educational Service District 112(ESD112) provides competitively bid contracts on educational technology, wireless mobile devices, audio-visual equipment and school safety solutions.
National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance
NCPA (National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance) is a leading national government purchasing cooperative working to reduce the cost of goods and services by leveraging the purchasing power of public agencies in all 50 states.
Oregon Educational Technology Purchasing Consortium (OETC)
The OETC Consortium is made up of educational institutions, united under a common belief that everyone should have access to the tools for a great education. Together, these institutions wield a strong negotiating voice so that all 1,000 members of OETC can provide the technology access that all students deserve.
Pennsylvania Education Purchasing Program
PEPPM is a technology cooperative purchasing program that for the past thirty-four years has helped schools and educational/government agencies buy billions of dollars worth of technology products.
The Cooperative Purchasing Network
The Cooperative Purchasing Network (“TCPN”) assists Region 4 ESC in helping other public agencies and non-profits reap the benefits of national leveraged pricing, with no cost to the member.
The International Purchasing System (TIP/TAPS)
The Interlocal Purchasing System, better known as TIPS Purchasing Cooperative, began in 2002 as a small regional cooperative of the Region 8 Education Service Center (ESC). While the cooperative has far exceeded the initial vision, Region 8 ESC has maintained its role as the lead agency for what is now a national operation.