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2024 Managed IT Services Cost & Pricing Guide

You’ve probably heard about how managed IT services saves businesses money and are wondering if that’s possible for your organization too. This guide will help walk you through different pricing strategies and costs you can expect.

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Local Government Partners

Municipal leagues endorse our IT products and services to meet the needs of member towns and cities. 

Those who serve towns and cities trust VC3. 

Municipal leagues across the country endorse VC3 as their IT and cybersecurity partner. This is not a fact to be taken lightly. Towns and cities trust their state’s municipal league implicitly, including the recommendations the league makes around key service areas. Leagues are very careful about who they endorse. 

We feel the weight and serious obligation of these partnerships. Why? Smaller municipalities often have trouble finding trusted vendors for IT and cybersecurity. It’s a critical area identified by municipal leagues where cities and towns are often underserved. VC3 fills an important gap in a municipality’s operations. 

Together, VC3 is an endorsed partner for 5,493 municipalities across 11 states. 

The following municipal leagues recognize VC3’s expertise, longevity, and fervor to serve cities and towns. 

Capstone Partners


NLC Capstone Partners play a leadership role within the NLC Corporate Partner Leadership Council, bring a deeper level of investment to supporting local leaders, and work across NLC with different programs and centers to provide private-sector perspectives to issues facing cities.

Endorsed Partners

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Alabama League of Municipalities 

The Alabama League of Municipalities is a nonpartisan membership association of over 450 incorporated cities and towns. Since 1935, the League has worked to strengthen municipal government through advocacy, training, and the advancement of effective local leadership. As the recognized voice of Alabama’s cities and towns, ALM’s member municipalities benefit from a variety of member programs, services and activities that are impossible to accomplish alone.

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California Special Districts Association

The California Special Districts Association (CSDA) promotes good governance and improved core local services through professional development, advocacy, and other services for all types of independent special districts.

With a membership of over 1,300 organizations throughout California, it is the only statewide association representing all types of independent special districts.


Connecticut Conference of Municipalities

CCM is the state’s largest, nonpartisan organization of municipal leaders, representing towns and cities of all sizes from all corners of the state, with 168 member municipalities. 

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Georgia Municipal Association

Created in 1933, the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) is the only state organization that represents municipal governments in Georgia. Based in Atlanta, GMA is a voluntary, non-profit organization that provides legislative advocacy, educational, employee benefit, and technical consulting services to its members. GMA currently represents 537 cities in Georgia. 


Iowa League of Cities

The Iowa League of Cities serves as the unified voice of cities, providing advocacy, training, and guidance to strengthen Iowa’s communities. More than 850 of the cities in Iowa, both large and small, are members. 


Kentucky League of Cities

The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) is a non-stock, nonprofit membership association serving more than 370 Kentucky cities and municipal agencies. KLC provides cities, leaders, and employees with many services including legislative advocacy, legal services, community consulting, training and online training, policy development and research, and more. 

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Maryland Municipal League

The Maryland Municipal League uses its collective voice to advocate, empower, and protect the interests of its 160 local government members and elevates local leadership, delivers impactful solutions for its communities, and builds an inclusive culture for the 2 million Marylanders they serve. 


Municipal Association of South Carolina

Formed in 1930, the Municipal Association of South Carolina represents and serves the state's 271 incorporated municipalities. The Association is dedicated to the principle of its founding members: to offer the services, programs and tools that will give municipal officials the knowledge, experience, and tools for enabling the most efficient and effective operation of their municipalities in the complex world of municipal government. 


North Carolina League of Municipalities

The North Carolina League of Municipalities is a member-driven organization representing the interests of 540 cities and towns in the state. Through their collective efforts, League member cities and towns better serve their residents and improve quality of life. For more than 100 years, the League has been one voice for cities and towns working for a better North Carolina. 


Tennessee Municipal League

With 345 municipalities as members, the Tennessee Municipal League (TML) is a voluntary, cooperative organization established by the cities and towns of the state for mutual assistance and improvement. The League's primary function is to work with the Tennessee General Assembly on behalf of city governments, promoting legislation helpful to cities and opposing legislation harmful to cities.  

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League of Wisconsin Municipalities

The League of Wisconsin Municipalities advocates for Wisconsin’s cities and villages, large and small, urban and rural, speaking up for local democracy and common-sense citizen led government.

Affiliate Partners


Ohio Association of County Boards


Ohio Provider Resource Association

Wisconsin Technology Council

Wisconsin Technology Council

You can count on VC3 to provide an exceptional value for your IT needs.

The NC League of Municipalities and VC3 have been strategic technology partners since 2007. In addition to utilizing VC3 for many internal IT functions, we refer our member cities to VC3 without hesitation. Their professional staff works extremely well in the local government sector, where robust solutions are required, but with close attention to budgets. You can count on VC3 to provide an exceptional value for your IT needs.

North Carolina League of Municipalities

VC3 is the only IT partner whose focus is to serve the needs of municipalities.

Years of Experience Serving Municipalities
1,100 +
Municipalities are VC3 Clients
87 %
Average Reduction in IT Incidents

11 Municipal League Partner Endorsements 

Municipal leagues do not partner with just anyone. With 11 municipal leagues trusting us as their endorsed technology partner for members, we are all about serving, educating, and protecting cities and towns. 

By partnering with VC3, municipal leagues experience quite a few benefits. 

  • They have a reliable, trusted IT and cybersecurity partner to recommend to municipalities. 
  • They have a source of IT- and cybersecurity-related content to share with members. 
  • They have IT and cybersecurity subject matter experts on hand to participate in webinars, workshops, seminars, conferences, and other events with members.
Is your municipal league interested in partnering with VC3? Reach out to us through the contact form below. 

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