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SC State University Procurement Office seeks contracted, as-needed business services

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Have a business? You might be the right fit for South Carolina State University’s contracted transportation, creative and technical services.

SC State’s Procurement Office is seeking small, woman-owned, minority-owned, and local businesses for contracted services on an as-needed basis. Specifically, the university needs charter bus services;, such creative consulting services as audio, photography, and videography; and such technical services as information technology consulting.

The contracts will establish lists of qualified providers to be used when needed. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Interested suppliers may find more information and submit their bids online via the South Carolina Fiscal Accountability Authority.

Charter bus services


Creative consulting services


Categories of services include art director; audio technician, engineer or producer; graphic artist, designer or illustrator; interior designer; photographer; public relations services; social media marketer; technical editor or writer; web developer or content creator; videographer; video editor or producer; and visual artist.

Technical services


Categories of services include program management services, strategic planning services, and IT consultant services.

SC State employees and alumni are encouraged to pass this information along to anyone who may be interested in submitting proposals.

For more information, contact Stacy Gregg, SC State director of procurement, at sgregg7@scsu.edu or 803-536-8743. No submissions will take place by telephone or email.

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