Saginaw, MI (February, 15) – MiCTA, a national non-profit technology consortium has issued a Request For Proposals from qualified vendors of Emergency Notification Systems (ENS) under the terms of a Master Service Agreement. Vendors that wish to receive a copy of the RFP should contact MiCTA to express interest in receiving a copy of the RFP once it has been released. The deadline to respond is April 13th, 2018.


"The RFP seeks to identify qualified Emergency Notification System (ENS) vendors across the United States," says Tim von Hoff, Chief Executive Officer of MiCTA. "Many of our members would like to take advantage of programs to help them provide effective state of the art emergency notification systems," says von Hoff." By evaluating qualified ENS vendors under a competitive Request for Proposal process, MiCTA aims to streamline and reduce the cost of purchasing and implementing ENS solutions.


For more information about the current RFP, or to request a copy, interested potential vendors should contact MiCTA through its website, at or email 



MiCTA, located at 4805 Towne Centre, Suite 100 in Saginaw, MI, represents thousands of non-profit entities from the higher education, K-12, healthcare, library, government and charitable sectors. Nationally, MiCTA seeks to resolve common voice, video and data issues, provide timely information on the latest communications technologies, participate in legislative and regulatory discussions that affect its membership with regard to these vital technologies, and purchase telecommunications, video, data, e-learning and emergency notification systems at substantial discounts for its membership. More information about MiCTA is available at our website, at