The exclusive award is Virco’s fourth contract for educational furniture through the U.S. Communities cooperative purchasing program and includes two additional two-year options. The U.S. Communities program provides procurement resources and solutions to more than 55,000 local and state government agencies, school districts (K-12), higher education institutions, and nonprofits.
“We are proud to continue our relationship with U.S. Communities,” said Brian True, Vice President of National Sales for Virco, Inc. “Through this new contract, we are able to offer installation services with no minimums, new vendor partners to help cover the 16 functional areas of the contract and our Quick Ship and Classroom Basic Program that includes over 3,200 products.”
Virco’s contract includes hundreds of educational furniture and equipment products that meet all functional areas of the K-12 educational environment and is supported by our PlanSCAPE® project management program. PlanSCAPE is a free service that handles all aspects of the furniture planning and procurement process – from the needs assessment through installation. It is the only project management program that enables customers to purchase furniture and equipment available through the U.S. Communities contract.
“We are excited that Prince William County is able to provide the U.S. Communities contract for educational furniture to public agencies,” said Anthony Crosby, CPPO Administrative Coordinator for Prince William County Schools. “Virco provided a winning combination of products and services for education facilities. Together, we are committed to helping U.S. Communities and its participating agencies be successful.”