Mallory Government Contracting Solutions
City, County, State or Federal, Mallory Safety and Supply offers many contracting options to save you time and money in your procurement process. Our contracts are competitively bid and allow you to purchase what you need, when you need it, without all the red tape and at the lowest government pricing available.
U.S. Communities is a Government Purchasing Alliance with participants including state, county, city and local government agencies as well as education institutions and non-profit organizations. Mallory, with its East Coast partner, Safeware, has been award the Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Equipment Contract, effective October 1, 2018. This competitive bid was solicited by Fairfax County, Virginia and can be utilized by all participating agencies.
Safeware-Mallory accepts orders by phone, fax, email, and website:
Contract Number: GS07F0311Y
Mallory is a small business and holds multiple GSA Contracts for Fire and Safety Equipment and Services as well as Industrial MRO items.
Mallory is a small business and holds multiple GSA Contracts for Fire and Safety Equipment and Services as well as Industrial MRO items. With thousands of products on schedule, Mallory can provide extremely competitive pricing and further streamline your GSA procurement process.
Some of the advantages to purchasing through GSA are:
Pre-determined fair and reasonable pricing with quality assurance and quality product.
Purchase anytime or anywhere using Credit Cards, GPC Card/IMPAC Card, Electronic Requisitioning, over the Internet or by contacting GT Distributors directly.
Research products and compare pricing over the Internet before purchasing when you use GSA Advantage
GSA contracts give Mallory customers access to over 100 manufacturers and thousands of products.
Contact Mallory for more info on GSA Contracts.
Purchase products from Mallory Safety directly on the GSA Advantage web site at
Contract Number: SPE8EH19D0004
If your mission is structural firefighting, aircraft/crash rescue, hazardous material response, emergency medical services, homeland security or domestic preparedness, the Construction and Equipment supply chain tailors Fire and Emergency Service Equipment solutions to your operation.
The Fire and Emergency Services Equipment (FESE) Tailored Logistics Support Program (TLSP) enables customers to order commercial, off-the-shelf part numbered items within the scope of the program. Since multiple vendors are solicited for pricing, customers benefit from a competitive business model that will ensure they receive the best value. FESE Registration and Ordering Process Details.
It’s easier than you think to order. First, contact Kelly Daughtry at email@example.com to get your quote started and to help make sure you are getting the items what you want. Then, register for the TLS program and place your order.
The contract scope involves the totallogistics support required to supply customers and missions related but not limited to: hoses, hose fittings, nozzles, tools, fire extinguishers, extinguishing agents, poles, ladders, rescue devices, SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) and other respiratory protection, shovels, regulators, hazmat suits, uniforms, station and training wear and equipment, structural, AARF, shipboard, and forestry turn out gear and other protective products, gloves, boots, helmets, hoods, goggles, environmental, industrial, HAZMAT, WMD, terrorism, and first response personal protection, first response and search and rescue equipment and supplies, decontamination, detection, communication equipment and tools, suppression, surveillance and alarm systems and system parts, propane and other fire and first responder training systems and other first responder equipment, emergency station vehicle exhaust and ventilation systems, breathing air compressors, emergency egress and protective systems, pumps, and generators. All items are commercial products or modified commercial products which are identified by manufacturer’s part number, or commercial item descriptions.
This program also covers related incidental services and training, listed under the general category of Incidental Services Associated with Fire and Rescue Operations, which shall include but is not limited to: Extinguisher and SCBA Refills Conversion, Hose Testing Calibration, Ladder Testing Overhaul, Protective Clothing Laundering & Repair, Pressurized Bottle Hydraulic testing Installation, Equipment Functional Testing and applicable training, Inspection and Maintenance of Fire Training, Suppression, Alarm and Surveillance Systems (Fixed & Mobile), and Training concerning items provided under the contract.