AEPA is a national cooperative of education purchasing professionals representing lead agencies in their respective states.

Currently, AEPA consists of 29 member states who craft contracts and bids competitively that are tailored to meet each state’s specific legal requirements. Awarded contracts are available statewide and facilitated by one cooperative member agency acting as the contract administrator. They will help you with any questions regarding the contract and provide any support documentation you need in order to purchase off the contract.

Please note that contracts are also available in non-member states through piggyback contract options. Download a complete member contact listing.

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Capitol Electronics

Contact: Mary McGhiey Work Phone: (317) 413-2338 Website: www.capitoleletronics.com Website: AEPA specific webpage
Details

Capitol Electronics Inc. (CEI) is an independent manufacturer’s representative firm established in 1987. Through our manufacturers we work with organizations from the East Coast to the West Coast and all points in between. CEI provides quality safety and security products to markets including, but not limited to Education, Public Safety, Emergency Management, Wireless, Enterprise, OEM/Military, Utilities, Manufacturing, and Transportation. By offering a variety of safety and security products, we partner with our clients and can offer the best solution for their present and future needs.

Notes

Bid recommended for approval in December 2020.  Contract and extensions possible through March 2025.

 

Centegix

Contact: Steve Gambill Work Phone: (800) 950-9202 Website: www.centegix.com
Details

CENTEGIX innovates technology to save and enrich lives. This is accomplished through our award-winning CrisisAlert™ solution which enables anyone to get help with the push of a button. CrisisAlert empowers confident human action in any incident – from the everyday to the extreme. Our easy-to-use solution allows staff and administrators to immediately handle any situation, anywhere on the premises. Our wearable badge ensures that staff never have to worry about finding help because help will always find them. When staff feel safe and secure, they are free to focus on being productive, every day.

Notes

Bid recommended for approval in December 2020.  Contract and extensions possible through March 2025.

 

Deledao

Contact: Kevin Kuckkan Phone: (262) 894-0650 Website: https://www.deledao.com/education
Details

Deledao Education is a browser-based self-harm alerting and content filtering solution focused on student wellness and digital safety. Deledao Education’s AI-powered, cloud-based technology screens through web and email content in real time to analyze text, images, and videos. It works on Chromebooks, Windows, Mac OS, mobile devices and tablets. Through the real time analysis of each page as it renders in the browser, Deledao Education provides powerful wellness monitoring and content filtering for on and off campus learners.

Among other features, Deledao Education:

  • Supports district leadership responsible for monitoring student wellness and mental health by applying its AI technology to monitor student web and email activity in real time for signs a student may be in need of help.
  • Embeds anti-tracking technology to protect student privacy. Deledao Education shields students’ online activities from third parties.
  • Safeguards distance learners through the mitigation of inappropriate images and video that may be bombed/shared in video conferencing applications such as Zoom and Google Meet.
  • Provides instructional staff with granular policy controls to restrict on/off campus student internet activity during class time.

Promotes parental engagement by providing parents with a Parent Portal (web and app-based) providing granular at-home policy settings and full visibility into their child’s internet activity and conduct on school-owned devices.

 

 

Notes

Bid recommended for approval in December 2020.  Contract and extensions possible through March 2025.

 

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