Classroom Audio Solutions Request for Proposals (RFP)

The Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum (OETC) is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for classroom audio solutions and related services as a Joint Cooperative Procurement on behalf of its public K-20 member institutions. The purpose is to identify and award a contract to provide volume price agreement and fulfillment services for the members of the OETC education technology consortium. Proposals should be mailed to the address below or delivered in person to Kim Buchanan, Project Coordinator, and must arrive no later than 2:00 p.m. PT on September 21, 2016. Attn: Kim Buchanan OETC 471 High Street SE Suite 10-Creekside Salem, OR 97301


  • The RFP deadline has been extended until Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Following Files are Required for this Classroom Audio Solutions RFP

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Proposals Received

  • Audio Enhancement
  • Troxell
  • Micro K12
  • CompView
  • School Outfitters

Intent to Award

OETC intends to award the following respondents. Intent to award establishes that OETC will attempt to sign a contract with the following respondents. The intent to award is not a guarantee of award.
  • Troxell (Aver, Califone, Elmo, FrontRow, Listen Technologies)
  • CompView (Teach Logic)
  • Audio Enhancement

Resulting Contracts

The following contracts resulted from this solicitation.


OETC is an education technology purchasing vehicle that empowers educational institutions. We represent our membership in organizing cost-effective, cooperative education technology purchases through a sealed, competitive bid process to negotiate contracts that abide by state procurement statutes. How It Works:
  1. OETC advertises a multi-state, open, competitive education technology Request for Proposals (RFP) based on a non-brand specification on behalf of our public membership.
  2. Trained OETC scorers evaluate proposals based on a disclosed rubric.
  3. Awards are based on the lowest price offering from a qualified respondent.