ZeroEyes, creators of an AI-based gun detection video analytics platform, has announced that the company was awarded a co-operative contract through National Co-operative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA), an OMNIA Partners company.
Through the partnership, NCPA will provide public sector organizations with access to pre-negotiated, discounted contracts for ZeroEyes’ AI gun detection technology.
By leveraging the co-operative purchasing agreement, state and local government, K-12 and higher education and non-profit organizations can avoid the expense and administrative burden of conducting their own request for proposal (RFP) process.
All co-operative purchasing contracts available through NCPA and OMNIA Partners are publicly awarded by a lead agency using applicable procurement laws and regulations. Region 14 Education Service Center (ESC) awarded the company with this exclusive contract following a rigorous solicitation process.
“We are proud to add ZeroEyes to our robust portfolio of high-quality co-operative contracts,” said Doug Looney, Senior Vice President, Public Sector Sales, OMNIA Partners. “Participating organizations can now adopt ZeroEyes’ proactive AI gun detection and response technology without the stress of a lengthy and costly procurement process.”
“Our goal is to protect as many American lives as possible from gun-related violence,” said Mike Lahiff, CEO and Co-Founder of ZeroEyes. “We are happy to enter this cooperative purchasing agreement to encourage increased adoption of ZeroEyes’ technology within the public sector. By simplifying the contractual process and making it more efficient and cost-effective, this enables us to focus our time and resources on what truly matters: saving lives.”