Deltek Pulse: General government services month in review, April 2015
Published: May 05, 2015
The second quarter of 2015 started off with a bang, as April saw a 6 percent increase in solicitations released from March. The education vertical had the most solicitations by leaps and bounds, while professional services and information technology requirements were also in high demand.
Q2 is always extremely active in the procurement world, and vendors should keep a close eye on projects they are interested in and be prepared to bid. The trend of releasing more solicitations each month is not expected to taper off any time soon.
Notable RFP releases
- The state of Oregon has a requirement for an IT hardware value-added reseller solution. Proposals are due by May 18.
- The state of Texas has a requirement for a debt finance and management software and services solution. Proposals are due by June 1.
- The state of Indiana has a requirement for a labor exchange and case management system. Proposals are due by May 14.
- Chicago, Illinois, has a requirement for computer software training services. Proposals are due by May 22.
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