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8 Passenger Full Size Vans

16 & 24 Passenger Buses

54 Passenger Buses

Mobile Defenders

Hogan Security

Commercial Technology Contractors

Metuchen Center-Custom Apparel

ePlus Technology 162


HCESC Co-Op NJ State Approved

Coming Soon! Cosmetology Supplies & Accessories.

New! Custodial Supplies & Equipment #189 awarded to Hillyard Delaware Valley, Bio-Shine, Inc., Central Poly Bag Corp., American Pride, Paper & Plastic, Interboro, All American Poly, and American Paper Towel Co., LLC.

New! 8 Passenger Full Size Van #HCESC-Trans-17-C awarded to DFFLM, LLC

New! Commercial Floor Covering Bid #186 awarded to CID, Direct Flooring & The Gillespie Group

New! Comprehensive Safety & Security System Assessment/Solution RFP #HCESC-Tech-17-01. Vulnerability, Mass Notification, Access Control, Camera System & Alarm Monitoring. Awarded to Advantage Security/Sonitrol Security (same company, two names)

New! Physical Security Products Bid #181 (i.e. window film, wands, scanners, etc.) awarded to Window Film Depot, ePlus, North American Video, RCS International & Technotime Business

New! Bus Surveillance & Security Bid #184  awarded to IVS, Inc - dba AngelTrax , and Technotime Business Solutions

New! Mechanical & Electronic Door Locking Systems & Products Bid #185 awarded to Hogan Security.


District Savings

Member district sales totaled over $46.2 million dollars in 2017 realizing a savings of over $17.2 million dollars!


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About Us

The Hunterdon County Educational Services Commission operates a State of NJ approved Cooperative Pricing System, established in 1990, with the main objective of saving time and money.  In addition, the bidding requirements for goods and services purchased are satisfied.  The co-op currently consists of over 475 members, and growing.  Schools, colleges, universities, libraries, county & local governments, county & municipal authorities and special service districts may become members.

The system operates within a well-defined structure of accountability for effectiveness and efficiency and continues to lighten the burden placed on local taxpayers.  In addition, it has leveled the playing field so that no matter the size of a district, the best resources remain within reach.

There is no fee to join, belong or use any of the wide variety of bids available.  Please see our "How to Join" link for more information.  Once your membership has been approved by the State, you become a lifetime member.

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