Text description of the New York State Preferred Service Program’s November 2018 post card
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Popular Products and High-Demand Services
- Office supplies
- Safety gear
- Medical supplies
- Call center services
- Digital accessibility/usability testing
- Custom kit assembly
- Warehousing and distribution
- Document shredding
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NYS Office of General Services Required Purchasing Process
- Step 1: Preferred Sources
- Step 2: NYS Centralized Contracts
- Step 3: Open Market
New York State Preferred Source Law
State agencies, municipalities, school districts, and public benefit corporations (including most public authorities), are required to purchase commodities and services from NYSPSP that meet your form, function and utility. Purchasing from NYSPSP lets you forgo the competitive bidding process and get the products and services you need without delay, while providing meaningful employment opportunities for New Yorkers who are blind.
70 PERCENT OF WORKING-AGE NEW YORKERS WHO ARE BLIND ARE NOT EMPLOYED.
YOUR PURCHASES HELP TO CREATE, SUSTAIN, AND IMPROVE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR NEW YORKERS WHO ARE BLIND.
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