MicroK12 Awarded Our Computer Software, Licenses, and Services RFP!
We’re thrilled to announce that WSIPC Purchasing Program partner MicroK12 has been awarded RFP 21-01 Computer Software, Licenses, and Services!
WSIPC’s Purchasing Program connects K-12 public and private schools and public agencies to a network of technology partners, leveraging the power of the WSIPC Cooperative to provide competitively bid goods and services at a reasonable cost.
Our Purchasing Program partner MicroK12 offers a variety of software solutions under contract, including Advanced Threat Protections (Sophos), Classroom Management (Google), Content Filtering (Linewize), Safe Digital Learning for Schools (GoGuardian), Web Filtering and EdTech Solutions (Lightspeed Systems), and Web Filtering and Student Safety (Securly).
For over 38 years, MicroK12 has been serving the Pacific Northwest as an authorized re-seller of education technology. Their long-term relationship with the K-12 community provides them with a deep understanding of the history and evolution of technology in the classroom, allowing them to give their customers exactly what they need.
About WSIPC’s Purchasing Program
Each vendor who becomes a part of WSIPC’s Purchasing Program has been awarded a bid contract through an official RFP process in compliance with Washington State Procurement RCWs. For a full list of available product and service contracts, check out the Purchasing page on our website.
MicroK12 is an awarded vendor of WSIPC RFP 21-01 Computer Software, Licenses and Services, and WSIPC RFP 20-01 Computer Hardware and Equipment.
WSIPC is a non-profit public agency that provides technology solutions (including Skyward SMS 2.0 and Qmlativ), services, and support to K-12 schools. WSIPC’s purpose is to help schools do more with every dollar and to empower them with the tools to work smarter. To learn how your district can become part of the WSIPC Cooperative, contact us at email@example.com or 425.349.6600.
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