Many governmental agencies are required to purchase equipment that is open-standards compliant. This because products that adhere to open standards typically offer higher levels of interoperability and customer choice than products based on proprietary protocols do.
Zetron is committed to the development of products that support open standards such as Project 25 (P25). This is because open-standards-based products typically offer higher levels of interoperability and customer choice than proprietary products do. As a result of these benefits, an increasing number of U.S. governmental agencies are required to purchase equipment that is P25 open-standards compliant. For more information, see Zetron's Commitment to Open Standards.
NASPO ValuePoint is a cooperative purchasing program which facilitates public procurement solicitations and agreements using a lead state model. They are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing State Chief Procurement Officers with the support and procurement resources they need. NASPO ValuePoint is the largest cooperative contract in the U.S., with $10.7 billion of equipment sold in 2014. For more information about NASPO, click here.
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