City of Phoenix Bid

The City of Phoenix Information Technology Services Department is seeking qualified vendors to provide information technology professional services. The following categories are in scope for this RFQ: 1. Application Systems Analysis, Design, Implementation, and/or Administration 2. Enterprise Resource Planning Technology Services (including PeopleSoft, Oracle and SAP) 3. GIS Technology and/or Services 4. Web-Based Technology and/or Services 5. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) (including Microsoft Dynamics, Mobile Applications and Customer Relationships) 6. Database Management Systems Analysis, Design, Implementation, and/or Administration (including Data Services, Data Analytics and Business Intelligence) 7. End User Office Automation Technology Analysis, Design, Implementation, and/or Administration 8. Network, Video, Voice Infrastructure 9. Information Technology Auditing Services 10. Business Technology and 11. Information Technology Training.

Vendors can apply to any and all services as prescribed above, but must include résumés for each as examples of the skillsets of the personnel the vendor would employ to render the service.

The contract in scope is for a one-year term from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. Questions are due back by May 19, 2019 and proposals are due back by June 3, 2019.

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Colorado Community College Bid

The State Government of Colorado, in conjunction with the Colorado Community College system, is seeking a partner to provide online tutoring services to its student population in real-time, 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

These tutoring services will be in addition to the existing tutoring services that happen at the college, but will also serve as the sole tutoring source for all Colorado Community College online courses. The consortium is expected to have over 2,500 hours of online tutoring per academic year through its thirteen colleges and online platform. The vendor must be able to provide tutoring geared toward college-level curricula, including, but not limited to, math, reading, writing, science and business. The vendor must also be able to provide tutoring services in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for those students with audio and visual impairments.

The ideal candidate will have tutors of which 90% or more hold Master’s or higher degrees in their studied subjects and will have performed similar services for another institution of comparable size for at least five years. If you have any questions for the proposer, they are due on April 26th by 5:00 PM and the bid response itself is due on May 16th by 2:00 PM.

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Wekiva Springshed Education Campaign Bid

The Wekiva Springshed, in Orange County, Florida, is seeking a qualified agency to build a marketing campaign that will effect behavior change of residents, businesses and visitors within the Wekiva Springshed. The Wekiva Springshed is a geographic area in Central Florida that includes 138 lakes and five rivers bordered by several large springs. Due to pollution identified by water sampling in the area, the goal of the marketing campaign is to engage citizens and spur them into action as partners in preventing pollution from entering the springs, lakes and rivers within the Wekiva Springshed. The campaign must also include branding and education to raise environmental awareness and inspire a culture of environmental stewardship.

The winning campaign should promote at least the following media types: print educational materials, websites, social media postings, phone applications, radio/television Public Service Announcements (PSAs), signage, billboards, and public presentations and educational meetings. The ideal candidate will be able to provide methods, metrics, materials and partners necessary for implementing a successful campaign that results in human behavior change within the basin area.

There is a pre-proposal conference on April 16, 2019 at 10:00 AM and bids are due back to the Orange County Environmental Protection Division by May 7, 2019 at 2:00 PM. The Bid Lab’s Bid Manager can help you craft a winning proposal- call us today at 1-844-4BIDLAB or email respond@thebidlab.com!

State of Hawaii Bid

The State of Hawaii’s Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC) is seeking qualified and licensed attorneys to provide professional services to the HHFDC for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2019. The HHFDC is interested in contracting for legal services in the areas of Real Property (including development, subdivisions, land court petitions, easements, land use conveyances, transactions and permits) and Riparian Rights and Water Law. Attorneys will be evaluated on the following criteria (in descending order of importance): 1. Experience and professional qualifications relevant to this project type. 2. Past performance on projects of similar scope for public agencies or private industry. 3. Capacity to accomplish work in required time. and 4. Any other criteria as determined by the selection committee to be relevant or necessary. Additional considerations include law firm affiliations, legal education, active jurisdictions admitted to practice, range of hourly rates, number of cases handled, previous Special Deputy Attorney General contracts with the State and any potential conflicts of interest. In order to qualify for fiscal year 2019-2020, bids must be submitted by 4:30 PM on May 31, 2019. If you can meet the needs of the State of Hawaii’s Housing Finance and Development Corporation, The Bid Lab can help you put together a winning proposal. Call 1-844-4BIDLAB or email respond@thebidlab.com to get started.

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations Bid

The Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning (DWDAL) of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) is seeking proposals from organizations working to stem the tide of opioid addiction with particular emphasis on those serving women impacted by the opioid epidemic. The intent is to fund projects that provide services to women who have been directly or indirectly affected by the opioid crisis and that train women to seek to work in a profession supporting those struggling with an opioid addiction. The ideal candidate will be responsible for leading a multi-disciplinary, public-private partnerships to mount coordinated, employment-focused interventions to train and employ women workers who have been affected by opioid abuse or who want to gain the skills to better serve this population. More specifically, the program’s primary objective is to assist in establishing cooperative relationships among service providers and key stakeholders from the state and federal workforce development systems, public health and substance abuse treatment professionals, and other human services and support service entities. Recognizing that some women impacted by the opioid crisis may have had exposure to the criminal justice system, a diverse group of partner agencies and organizations is a required component to satisfy contractual objectives. Bids are due back April 29th at 2:00 PM. Bid Manager, The Bid Lab’s start-to-finish proposal service can help you get started today.

The State of New York Office of General Services Bid

The State of New York, Office of General Services (OGS) is seeking offers from qualified landlords interested in entering into a turnkey 10-year lease agreement to provide approximately 31,289 usable square feet of general administrative office space. The ideal space will be location within the Capital Region counties Albany, Schenectady or Rensselaer and in a commercial office building with convenient access to public transportation, highways and ample visitor and employee parking. The building must have the ability for board rooms, file storage rooms, video hearing rooms, waiting rooms, restrooms, lunchrooms, lactation rooms, mail rooms, security rooms, server rooms, private offices and open workstations, among others. The space should include all data cabling, termination ends, data rack and patch panel as per exact specifications. Data and electrical workstation requirements shall include the installation of (1) duplex computer power outlet; (1) combination data/telephone outlet; & (2) duplex electrical outlets for each workstation.  Specialty spaces will also require additional power and computer receptacles with telephone/data receptacles. Qualified bidders should submit responses before April 24th at 3:00 PM to the New York State Office of Real Estate Services. If you have the space the State of New York is looking for but no time to manage a response, The Bid Lab has you covered. Get in contact with us today by emailing respond@thebidlab.com or calling 1-844-4BIDLAB.

State of Nebraska Bid

The State of Nebraska, Department of Administrative Services, Materiel Division, State Purchasing Bureau is seeking a qualified vendor to provide advertising services for the Nebraska Corn Board. They are looking for an advertising firm to serve as a collaborative partner in the development, implementation and evaluation of new and existing promotional/marketing campaigns and programs. Responsibilities of the firm include providing media services, creative development and assistance with new media use, social media marketing, earned media opportunities, and seeking industry sponsorships and promotions as needed. The mission of the Nebraska Corn Board is to increase the value of corn by creating opportunities. From ethanol to exports—from livestock feeding to bio-based plastics—the Nebraska Corn Board develops and supports numerous projects designed to increase the demand for Nebraska corn—and to enhance the profitability of Nebraska corn growers. This contract will be for a one-year period  beginning July 1, 2019 with the option to renew for five (5) additional one-year periods. Bids are due back to the State Purchasing Bureau by April 3rd and the winner will be announced June 3rd. If you’re corny enough for this opportunity, The Bid Lab can manage your proposal from beginning to end! Check out more about Bid Manager here.

Metropolitan Transit Authority Bid

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County in Houston, TX is gearing up for the unpredictability. After years of unpredictable flooding, Houston wants to be ready for anything that’s thrown its way, which is why Harris County is seeking a vendor to provide on- call natural disaster debris removal service. The ideal candidate will have the ability to furnish all necessary resources, including all materials, equipment, facilities, supplies, skilled and qualified supervisory and non-supervisory personnel, to perform on-call emergency debris removal after a natural disaster. The contractor will be responsible for clearing public roadways, removing debris, providing traffic control and coordinating with utility companies. The solicitation is for a three-year period with two (2) one (1)-year renewal options. There is a proposal conference taking place on March 19, 2019 and responses are due back to the Metropolitan Transit Authority by April 10, 2019. If you think you can clear the way to a win, The Bid Lab can manage the entire RFP response on your behalf. Call 1-844-4BIDLAB or click here to get started!

Orange County Bid

The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in the State of Florida is seeking qualified candidates to provide digital advertising services. The OCCC’s mission is economic development through its hosting of regional, national and international conventions, meetings and trade shows aimed at infusing the local economy with new money and expanding business opportunities. The OCCC contains approximately 7.0 million gross square feet, hosts about 1.5 million attendees annually, and averages around 200 client events each year. The OCCC operates a Digital Signage Network (DSN) for the purpose of selling advertising to clients, exhibitors, and to national, regional and local clients. This RFP is seeking a contractor to be the exclusive provider of the digital advertising services and responsible for contracting directly with clients for selling advertising, streaming services and production delivery (streaming content) on the DSN at the OCCC. The winning candidate will provide subject matter guidance to customers for overall design, signage type, location placement, playlist sequence, and software application. If you have the know-how the OCCC is looking for, bids are due back by April 4, 2019. The Bid Lab’s Bid Manager is here to help!

City of Rochester Bid

The City of Rochester is seeking proposals from qualified candidates to provide professional environmental consulting cleanup and remediation services for a city-owned Brownfield property located on Reynolds Street in Rochester, New York. The project is part of an initiative with the United States Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and will be funded by both the EPA and the City. The objectives of the project include a comprehensive environmental cleanup of the Site, the closure of the active spill file, as well as the facilitation for future residential reuse. The parcels were acquired via foreclosure and were subsequently combined into a current single approximate 0.2-acre parcel addressed as 121-123 Reynolds Street. Historical information indicates that a portion of the site was once used as a gasoline station and an auto repair facility that included a painting operation. The redevelopment of the site is anticipated to be for residential use, specifically a single duplex or two-family home, in conjunction with the completed Voter’s Block LLC In-fill Housing Initiative. The question deadline for this RFP is March 15, 2019 and responses are due back to the City of Rochester by April 1, 2019. If you can help Rochester clean up its act, The Bid Lab can handle your entire response. Call or message us today!

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Bid

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHC) is soliciting vendors to provide healthcare consumerism digital marketing strategies. They currently have 386 providers in 16 physical locations, all under one website and are looking for the proposer to create a comprehensive platform to manage provider data and reviews to populate online listings and a physician directory. Their main objectives for the proposer are as follows: 1. Creating a solution to actively manage the medical practice’s physician database and directory for about 340 physicians. 2. Facilitating transparency initiatives by consolidating provider ratings. 3. Allowing for efficiencies through universal scheduling across providers. 4. Partnering with health consumer sites like Healthgrades, Vitals, etc. to populate online listings. 5. Utilizing provider data to optimize search results. 6. Consolidating reputation tools to a single platform. 7. Building a patient experience feedback tool to provide valuable insight and feedback. The chosen bidder will be awarded a contract through August 31, 2020 with TTUHC having the option of two (2) additional one (1) year renewal periods. If you have the capabilities necessary to bring TTUHC’s vision to life, written questions are due March 15th and the proposal deadline is April 3rd. The Bid Lab can manage your entire response. Get in contact with us 24/7 by calling 1-844-4BIDLAB or by emailing respond@thebidlab.com.

City of Phoenix Bid

The City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development Department is seeking a consultant to conduct research on the city to determine the future of the Downtown Redevelopment Area and the Government Mall Redevelopment Area. The city is interested in the consultant(s) recommending to renew, modify or terminate the development of the aforementioned areas. The ideal candidate(s) will have the ability to attend and participate in meetings with the City and various stakeholders to provide subject matter expertise, in addition to researching, analyzing and providing documentation needed to support a future renewal, modification or termination by the Phoenix City Council of the Downtown Redevelopment Area and the Government Mall Redevelopment Area. The City expects the consultant to begin the initial task associated with the project within two weeks of the contract award. The final timeline with allow for the City Council to have a determination on the development area in place by latest October 1, 2020. The City is allowing for a pre-proposal meeting which will take place on March 6, 2019 and questions are due back March 11, 2019. The proposal deadline is March 22, 2019 so that an award may be given in June 2019. If you have the wherewithal to help Phoenix but can’t make this response rise from the ashes, The Bid Lab has you covered! Our Bid Manager service makes miracles happen. You can find out more here.