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P.O. Box 307
Trenton, NJ 08625-0307

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Vendors

Disclaimer

The New Jersey State Archives provides no direct services to consultants or vendors, but the Division recognizes that these people perform work that is essential to the successful implementation of records and information management and archives improvements. For vendors to provide services in the most effective way, they need to understand the point of view of the Division, as expressed in its Records Management guidelines, Public Records Image Processing System Certification, and New Jersey Statutes pertaining to records management.

The New Jersey State Archives has compiled these lists of archival, electronic records management and Business Process Analysis (BPA) consultants, as well as a list of supply vendors to aid government agencies, local governments, and other entities searching for companies and individuals providing archival consulting services and supplies. These inventories list organizations and their contact information.

While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy and completeness, you are encouraged to contact consultants directly for verification. New Jersey State Archives assumes no responsibility for the professionalism of any consultants listed.

These consultants have done work for government entities in New Jersey or have requested to be added to these lists.

These lists are not meant to endorse, recommend, or require use of any particular consultant

Vendors may not use the New Jersey State Archives logo for any hardcopy, electronic, or web-based marketing materials, advertisements, or other solicitations that they publish and/or distribute. Further, vendors may not include any textual statement(s) in its firm's marketing materials or advertisements that suggests that New Jersey State Archives or the PARIS Grants Program have endorsed their firm and its services. Failure to comply with this directive will result in:

the permanent removal of the firm's listing on this or related webpages, and/or

appropriate legal action by the Attorney General

If you know of other consultants that should be on these lists or you discover content inaccuracies in these lists, please send an email to the Archives staff at: njarchives@sos.state.nj.us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the New Jersey State Archives endorse vendors or maintain a preferred
vendors list?

The New Jersey State Archives does not endorse any vendor over another or maintain a list of preferred vendors. The Archives maintains lists of vendors for informational purposes only.

How are vendor lists compiled?

The New Jersey State Archives assumes no responsibility for the professionalism of any vendors listed. Vendors on the lists may have performed records management work for local governments in New Jersey or have requested to be added to this list themselves. The vendor lists do not endorse, recommend, or require use of any particular vendor.

In what subject areas does the New Jersey State Archives have vendor lists?

The New Jersey State Archives maintains vendor lists in several areas relating to archives and records management. These include preservation, conservation, disaster response and recovery, business process analysis, imaging services, electronic records management, shelving, and supplies.

Should vendors allow a government or agency to visit their facilities before submitting
a grant quote?

The New Jersey State Archives encourages open communication between governments and vendors. Governments and agencies should request facility visits and vendors should allow them. While the New Jersey State Archives cannot force a vendor to allow a visit, these visits promote effective communication and further understanding of the contractual relationship. Such meetings allow each party to understand the condition of materials, the size and complexity of projects, and to discuss product expectations.

Why do local governments ask vendors for references?

Local governments often ask vendors for references to obtain additional input regarding their services to other local governments with similar records management issues.

How can I be added to a vendor list or have information about my company updated?

Vendors interested in being added to or updating information on a vendor list can e-mail njarchives@sos.state.nj.us.

How does the New Jersey State Archives use vendor lists?

The New Jersey State Archives compiles vendor lists to help government agencies, local governments, and other entities find companies and individuals providing specific services in the area of public archives and records management. The lists provide information on organizations, how to contact them, as well as a brief summary of services offered, when that information is available. While New Jersey State Archives staff make every effort to ensure accuracy and completeness, New Jersey State Archives encourages local governments and others to contact vendors directly for verification of any information provided.