Gopher SportAthletic Supplies and P.E. Equipment

For over 75 years, Gopher has proudly served organizations in the fields of physical education, athletics, fitness, and recreation. We believe physical activity - whether on the playground, on the field, or in the fitness center - should be an important part of everyone's life. To support this mission, Gopher proudly provides high-quality products designed to increase physical activity, encourage fun, and help achieve goals.

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    K-12 Education
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    Higher Education
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    State & Local Government

Gopher is proud to partner with OMNIA Partners, Public Sector to provide physical education, athletic, fitness, and recreation solutions to state & local governments, K-12 school systems and higher education institutions. Discover the cooperative contract today.

Gopher Sport Contract Documentation

U.S. Communities, National IPA, & NCPA are wholly-owned subsidiaries of OMNIA Partners, dba OMNIA Partners, Public Sector. All public sector participants already registered with National IPA, U.S. Communities, or NCPA continue to have access to all contracts, with certain exceptions, in the portfolio and do not need to re-register to use a legacy National IPA, legacy U.S. Communities, legacy NCPA, or new OMNIA Partners contract. U.S. Communities, National IPA, and NCPA remain separate legal entities and lead agency contracts completed under each brand are effective and available for use through the contract’s approved term. In the event we believe re-registration is necessary for any reason, OMNIA Partners will let you know.

Athletic and Physical Education Supplies, Equipment and Related Products

Harford County Public Schools, MD

Contract Number: 23-SR-020

Initial Term: August 1, 2023 through July 31, 2026
Renewal Options: Option to renew for two (2) additional one-year periods through July 31, 2028

Executive Summary

Master Agreement Documents

Response Evaluation

Solicitation Process

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