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Massachusetts State Contract

We are proud to be an award recipient on Massachusetts State Contract # FAC71, Lawn and Grounds Equipment, Parts, and Service. 

 Eligibility Guidelines


All Executive departments are required to use Statewide Contracts for their purchases. Departments can purchase using a Statewide Contract without having to conduct their own competitive procurement or execute contract documents. 

While Executive departments are required to use Statewide Contracts, many other public and quasi-public entities are eligible, though not required, to use the Commonwealth’s Statewide Contracts.

These eligible entities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Cities, towns, districts, counties and other political subdivisions
  • Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches, including all departments and elected offices therein
  • Independent public authorities, commissions, and quasi-public agencies
  • Local public libraries, public school districts, and charter schools 
  • Public hospitals owned by the Commonwealth
  • Public institutions of higher education
  • Public purchasing cooperatives
  • Non-profit, UFR-certified organizations that are doing business with the Commonwealth
  • Other states and territories with no prior approval by the State Purchasing Agent required
  • Other entities when designated in writing by the State Purchasing Agent
Other eligible entities, such as cities and towns, may need to execute the appropriate contract documents; however, they are not required to conduct a separate competitive procurement since all Statewide Contracts are the result of a competitive process.

For further information on how C & J Equipment can help your eligible agency, please call Chuck at 800.446.4534, or email at channoosh@cjequip.com.