Eliminate the bid process by purchasing apparatus and equipment through tag-on contacts. Ten-8 partners with the organizations below to provide alternative purchasing solutions that save time, save money, and avoid going to bid.
Florida Sheriffs Association
Contract No. FSA16-VEH12.0 from the Florida Fire Chief’s Association, Florida Sheriff’s Association, and Florida Association of Counties became effective April 1, FSA18-VEF13.0 Fire Rescue Vehicles and Apparatus and Ambulances from the Florida Fire Chief’s Association, Florida Sheriff’s Association, and Florida Association of Counties became effective May 4, 2018 and is valid until March 31, 2020 with a 2 year extension provision. This contract bid includes apparatus such as ambulances, aerials, platforms, rescues, tankers, wildland, commercial pumpers, and custom pumpers. For detailed bid information including pricing, visit the Florida Sheriffs Association’s website.
Lake County, Florida Contract Number 17-0606L for Fire Equipment and Supplies is valid until June 30, 2020. The contract was awarded from Bid Number 17-0606. View the full contract.
NPPGov is a national cooperative procurement organization based in Seattle, WA, offering publicly solicited contracts to government entities nationwide. Contracts are created through a public solicitation and award process by a Lead Public Agency. Membership is free and there are no minimum purchasing obligations. NPPGov provides live contract support five days a week with a team dedicated to assisting members through all stages of the procurement process. For more program information view the Overview document or FAQ document.
Pierce Fire Apparatus, Braun Ambulances, and firefighting equipment can be sold under this contract.
St. Johns County
St. Johns County, Florida solicited proposals from qualified firms to provide Fire Apparatus and Special Application Vehicles to St. Johns County Fire Rescue. Proposals provided a full line of apparatus such as Pumpers, Aerial Platforms, Aerial Ladders, Light, Medium & Heavy Rescues, Mini-Pumpers, Brush, Haz-Mat, and Incident Command equipment. Proposals included base vehicles and equipment. The committee scored and ranked the bidders based on the proposals submitted. Pierce Manufacturing/ Ten-8 Fire Equipment received the highest rank and was awarded the five (5) year contract on March 2, 2007. There is a provision for an additional five (5) year renewal.