PA Department of General Services Awards State Software Contract to KVS

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KVS state software contract simplifies software purchases for Pennsylvania public agencies.

The Pennsylvania Department of General Services (DGS) recently awarded a state contract to KVS Information Systems, Inc., making it much easier for municipalities and other public agencies throughout the state to purchase the company’s government software.

Over 3,000 local public procurement units across Pennsylvania are currently members of the DGS “COSTARS” program, which stands for Cooperative Sourcing to Achieve Reductions in Spending. COSTARS members save time and money by purchasing supplies directly from companies awarded the contract, while non-members are required to bid for proposals from multiple vendors and evaluate submissions.

KVS is one of only a few software vendors recently awarded the four-year contract. “This is another example of KVS’s commitment to become a leader in government solutions in Pennsylvania,” said KVS President Ed Warnke. “KVS is now positioned to streamline the procurement of its Enterprise Financial Management system as well as other software solutions,” he added.

KVS Information Systems, Inc., a leading provider of municipal software solutions since 1969, is headquartered in Williamsville, NY, with a regional office in Ohio. For more information, please visit KVS online at

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