Streamlined Public Sector Purchasing with Infrascale and TD SYNNEX Partnership


Better Together

Many public sector organizations and suppliers encounter obstacles when it comes to completing a purchase due to the government regulations and requirements imposed on prospective customers. Rather than starting from scratch, it’s faster and more convenient to use existing publicly procured, competitively solicited contract vehicles. Infrascale leverages state and local government, and education contracts, which can be used by our reseller partners to conduct business with regulated customers. Infrascale’s foundational government expertise and access to procurement contracts ease the burden and timing required to go to market for our partners in all 50 states.


Why did we choose TD SYNNEX for this type of growth? The public sector entities of TD SYNNEX – Tech Data Public Sector Solutions and SYNNEX GOVSolv – and DLT Solutions merged and launched as an integrated business unit focused on providing project lifecycle delivery and support for U.S. federal, state and local government agencies and education organizations. In addition, their focus is on cybersecurity, information technology infrastructure, application lifecycle and data and analytics domain areas and maintain a portfolio of tech platforms, including integrated software offerings, edge computing and endpoint devices. * A full solution stack, ready to go for our partners.

What Resources?

Contracting with public sector organizations may seem daunting and cause reluctance. However, as we align with TD SYNNEX, their public sector division has simplified the process and removed barriers for partners and resellers. TD SYNNEX has over 75 years of combined dedication and service to the US public sector in federal, state and local governments, as well as education (SLED), healthcare and utility markets. There are three types of state and local contract resources available to you right now:

  1. Equalis Group Technology Solutions

    Equalis Group membership is open to all public sector end-user entities, including:

    • Local Governments
    • K-12 entities
    • Higher Education entities
    • State Agencies

  2. NCPA 01-97 Advanced Technology Solutions Aggregator

    NCPA contracts are available for use to over 90,000 agencies nationwide in both the public and nonprofit sectors including:

    • City, County, State Governments
    • K-12
    • Higher Education entities
    • Healthcare
    • Church/Religious and all Non-profit organizations

  3. PEPPM 2020 #530205-001- Technology Catalog

    PEPPM aggregates buyers and demand in states across the country to get the lowest prices for technology products.

    • Local and state government agencies, public libraries
    • K-12: School districts, Charter, Non-Public, Private, County offices of education and educational service agencies
    • Higher Education entities
    • Technical schools
    • Municipalities and authorities
    • Other approved non-profits

Education Focus

The Education vertical is particularly ripe for these products and services. Cybercriminal attacks on education have exploded across the globe. These growing ransomware threats are opportunities for partners and MSPs to help solve Education cyberattack problems, as 66% have experienced a cyberattack in the past 12 months Learn more with our Ransomware in Education Infographic here.

Bottom Line

If you need help to get a public sector lead off the ground or are interested in targeting this market, we can help. We will be hosting an Education-focused webinar in May, so more to come!

* TD SYNNEX Announces Launch of US Public Sector Business Unit

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