Sourcewell, a government entity and the leader in cooperative purchasing with over 50,000 participating government agencies, has awarded Quicket the multi-year national Public Safety Software contract. After a competitive solicitation process with 50 responding vendors, Quicket scored highest of all awarded contracts, beating all industry competitors. The contract is easy to leverage and no cost to agencies across the United States and Canada. Solicitation documentation, scoring, legal/compliance information, and contact information can be found on Sourcewell’s website.
Quicket’s awarded contract includes the widest array of modern and cost-effective software solutions including:
- Records management system
- eCitation & eCrash
- Court case management
- Racial profiling data
- NIBRS compliance
- Evidence & property management
- Mobile evidence collection
- Analytics & reporting
- Text & email messaging & alerts
- Permits & licenses
- Online payments
“The award by Sourcewell validates that Quicket offers the most modern, integrated, and cost-effective solution on the market that is capable of serving any size agency in the US and Canada”, said Christiaan Burner, Quicket’s CEO. “Sourcewell recognized Quicket’s unmatched ability to efficiently deploy highly configurable software that will best meet the diverse and broad needs of the Public Safety community for years into the future. We are honored and excited to partner with Sourcewell to help agencies acquire Quicket’s innovative technology.”
About Sourcewell: Sourcewell was created as a service cooperative to provide programs and services to education and government. Sourcewell was established with the statutory purpose to assist public agencies in meeting specific needs which are more efficiently delivered cooperatively than by an entity individually.
As a service cooperative, Sourcewell is a local government unit, public corporation and public agency. All Sourcewell employees are government employees. Sourcewell is authorized to establish competitively awarded cooperative purchasing contracts on behalf of itself and its participating agencies. Sourcewell follows the competitive contracting law process to solicit, evaluate, and award cooperative purchasing contracts for goods and services. Sourcewell cooperative purchasing contracts are made available through the joint exercise of powers law Minn. Stat. § 471.59 to participating agencies.
Participation in Sourcewell is available at no cost, no obligation, and no liability to public agencies, school districts, state colleges and universities, and local governments. For more information about Sourcewell and the Quicket Public Safety Software contract award, please contact Sourcewell’s Supplier Development Administrator, Leslie Goral (218-541-5271).