Contract and Agreement Type Information
Contracts competitively procured by Division of State Purchasing for selected products and services. Use of State Term Contracts is mandatory for state agencies, in accordance with Section 287.056 Florida Statutes. Other eligible users of State Term Contracts include those local government entities identified in Rule 60A-1.005, Florida Administrative Code.
For contracts that require a quote, state agency MyFloridaMarketPlace customers are encouraged to use the MyFloridaMarketPlace eQuote tool.
Contracts put in place by other entities that have been determined by the Department to be cost-effective, as authorized by Section 287.042(16), Florida Statutes. Alternate Contract Sources are available for purchase by state agencies, in accordance with rule 60A-1.047, Florida Administrative Code. Purchase from alternate contract sources by other eligible users (cities, counties, school boards, etc.) is dependent upon local ordinances and regulations governing procurement.
Agreements that are optional use and limited to expenditures not to exceed Category 2 ($35,000) as defined in Section 287 Florida Statutes. See State Purchasing Agreement Terms And Conditions for more details.
Products and services that are available for purchase by state agencies from RESPECT, as required by Section 413.036, Florida Statutes. Exceptions to this requirement must be justified. The method of purchase from these RESPECT price lists by other eligible users (cities, counties, school boards, etc.) is dependent upon local ordinances and regulations governing procurement.
Price agreements for products and services are available for purchase from PRIDE by state agencies without competitive bid. Purchase of these products and services are mandatory when it is certified per Chapter 946.515 Florida Statutes, and the product or service meets the comparable performance specifications and comparable price and quality requirements. The method of purchase from these PRIDE price lists by other eligible users (cities, counties, school boards, etc.) is dependent upon local ordinances and regulations governing procurement.
The Insurance Coverage Program is a collection of DMS-administered insurance policies that protect against risk not covered by the State Risk Management Trust Fund, and is available for participation by state agencies and other eligible users.