Solutions for Government
Altura understands that all governmental organizations face the challenge of improving services while enhancing responsiveness and security for their constituents. These factors, coupled with the need to optimize infrastructure, place increasing importance on the need for cost-effective communications.
Altura has developed over the years a strong practice supporting local and state governments. We support and maintain large state agencies’ communications networks. Contact us and we will help you identity the right state contract to use. We have listed some of our state and municipal contracts:
State of Arizona Contract
State of New Jersey Contract
State of New York Contract
State of New Mexico Contracts
Altura now holds the State of New Mexico Master Contracts for Data and Voice Communication Systems Telecommunications Equipment and Services.
For information about the State of New Mexico Contracts, please contact Gretchen Witti in our Santa Fe office at 505-954-3342.
The Voice Contract products are:
The Data Contract products are:
State of Massachusetts Contract
State of Pennsylvania
COSTARS Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Altura COSTARS Information
Altura now holds two Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Master Contracts for Avaya systems.
- IP Office Telephone Systems, Video Conferencing and Unified Messaging Solutions
- Data and Video Networking Equipment & Related Services
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, Contract #2009-QCC-KDA-08
Fujitsu, @Comm, AVST, Avaya
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education comprises 14 universities, four branch campuses, several regional centers and the McKeever Environmental Learning Center.
Altura is named to the Avaya Contract for PEPPM. Eligible Pennsylvania purchasers include: 501 public school districts, 94 area vocational technical schools (AVTS units), 29 intermediate units, 34 State approved private schools, 470 public libraries, Non-public schools, State approved charter schools, Community colleges, Colleges and universities with the Vendor’s approval and where permissible by statute or regulation, Pennsylvania State Government Agencies are not eligible.