Fire/EMS/Law Enforcement Specialty Vehicles Procurement Program

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The goal of the NCSA’s Fire/EMS/Law Enforcement Specialty Vehicles (Previously Fire and EMS) Procurement Program, is a cooperative bid program that achieves competitive pricing on equipment that county and city government agencies purchase, including but not limited to fire trucks, ambulances, armored vehicles, and related equipment. The Association’s program helps to eliminate duplication of effort through the creation of one statewide bid that can be used by all counties and municipalities throughout the United States. Our role is to act as an advocate for your agency during the purchasing process and to provide you with a program that delivers great financial savings along with quality customer service, while using a system that is easy to navigate.

If you have any questions about the Association’s Fire/EMS/Law Enforcement Specialty Vehicles Procurement Program please contact Jason Bennett, Director of Business Development, at 919-459-8195 or

For an opinion from the UNC School of Government on the legality of the Association’s procurement programs, please click here.

Purchasing agencies: please don’t forget to submit a copy of your purchase orders to Anna Martin at

For supporting documents including all bid awards for each of our bids, please click on the links below.

(ACTIVE) 2023-2024 Contract:

Awarded Vendors
Award Report:
Bid 23-03-0524R
Award Report:
Bid 24-04-0524
2023-2024 Supporting Documents2023-2024 Contract Award Agreements

Equipment Offered

(June 18, 2023 – June 17, 2024)

Please Note: Some models may be listed within the option sheet as they may be considered to be an upgrade/downgrade to the base model listed. Please contact awarded vendor for additional information regarding these models.

All-terrain Vehicles


Fire Vehicle/Apparatus

Law Enforcement Support Vehicles

Water Rescue

Additional Information:

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