Contracting Vehicles and Public Cooperatives

Tyler Technologies participates in several public cooperatives and procurement vehicles. A few of the most used contracting vehicles are listed below. This list is not exhaustive.



Recommended for use in local government and K-12 procurement. 

Sourcewell is a member-focused public cooperative of more than 50,000 member agencies throughout the United States. They are a municipal contracting agency operating as a public entity under legislative authority through Minnesota Statute 123A.21. Tyler has been awarded Contract 090320-TTI for Public Administration software. A Sourcewell membership is free. For more information on Sourcewell, and to see if your agency is a participating member, visit:


NASA SEWP (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement)

Recommended for use as a federal procurement vehicle.

The NASA SEWP V (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement) GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract) provides the latest in information and communication technology (ICT), delivering a whole new spectrum of products and services both on-site and in the cloud to all Federal Agencies and their approved contractors. For more information on NASA SEWP, visit:


GSA MAS (General Services Administration Multiple Award Schedule)

Recommended for use as a state and federal procurement vehicle.

The Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) program’s Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) provides long-term government wide contracts which offer federal, state, and local government buyers access to commercial products, services, and solutions at pre-negotiated pricing. The GSA Schedule and subcategory Special Item Numbers (SINs) are organized to support product and service categories under the category management approach of smarter buying. For more information on GSA MAS, visit:


NASPO (National Association of State Procurement Officials)

Recommended for use as a state procurement vehicle.

Tyler Technologies holds a master agreement for the Citizen Engagement Platforms portfolio with NASPO (National Association of State Procurement Officials). The first term of the agreement expires Sept. 14, 2026, and Tyler is allowed two, one-year renewals. For more information and the most current Tyler product/pricing catalog, visit:

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