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California Multiple Award Schedules (CMAS)

The California Multiple Award Schedules (CMAS) is a state and local agency issued IT government contract in California that offers a wide range of IT products and services at a competitive price. This contract includes our business intelligence services, data management, project management, and training to help implement IT solutions that increase ROI, lower cost, and boost productivity.

CMAS Services

Spartan Solution Servicesy is proud to offer our IT products and services to state and local agencies in California under our CMAS contract. As a contract holder, Spartan Solution Servicesy provides one place for you to deploy, secure, and improve your information technology. We combine advanced services and solutions for the cloud, security, data management, mobility, productivity and more. The right technology software solutions enable employees of state and local government agencies to do their jobs to serve the public better. From Crystal Reports and BusinessObjects Enterprise Information Management (EIM) tools to mobile workforce management, we have a solution for you. Need data integration? We'll help you migrate your data to mitigate risk.

With a portfolio of innovative technology partners, we help you utilize the expansion of software and technological advancements.

CMAS Contract Details

Contract Number:3-17-70-3386A

Period of Performance:Through August 31, 2018

Who is Eligible:State and local agencies in California

Vehicle Type: California Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)

View Spartan Solution Servicesy's CMAS Contract

Additional Resources


How do I order using the CMAS contract?

Agency purchase orders may be faxed, emailed or mailed to our main address.

Fax number:




Main address:

3160 Camino Del Rio South Suite 208 San Diego, CA 92108

Who can use CMAS contracts?

The local government agency and educational institutions including the California State University and the University of California, K-12 public schools and community colleges.


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