Deltek Pulse: Justice and Public Safety month in review, August 2018
Published: September 04, 2018
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A monthly recap of SLED JPS/HS, Transportation and Public Utilities solicitation releases.
The number of Justice and Public Safety/Homeland Security (JPS/HS), Transportation and Public Utilities bids captured by GovWin remained consistent with historical norms during the month of August. The expected late summer slowdown saw around 1,500 less bids released this month compared to July. The breakdown between JPS/HS, Transportation and Public Utilities shifted towards the larger end of historical norms varying by slightly larger than the last three months. JPS/HS accounted for 25% of solicitations in August, up 2% from the previous month. Transportation represented 56% of projects, down 5% from the previous month and the largest difference seen from any vertical during 2018. Public Utilities represented 19% of solicitations, up 3% from July. These figures are towards the extreme ends of historical trends but are still within what is expected of the JPS/HS, Transportation and Public Utilities market.
While a fewer amount of SLED JPS/HS, Transportation and Public Utilities solicitations were released in August the types of projects remained almost identical to historical averages. Architecture, Engineering and Construction accounted for 42% of solicitations, the same as were released in July. Professional Services accounted for 10% of JPS/HS, Transportation and Public Utilities projects, the same as were released in July. Information Technology represented 3% of projects that were solicited, down only 1% from the previous month.
Notable Solicitation Releases
- The New Jersey Department of the Treasury, on behalf of the Office of the Courts, released a request for proposals (RFP) for an Online Probation Risk Assessment program. The state is interested in a Fourth Generation Probation Risk-Needs-Responsivity Assessment system. The Office of the Courts is interested in a more dynamic risk assessment system that will replace the aging legacy software currently in use. Proposals are due on October 16, 2018.
- The Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts released a Request for Quotations and Qualifications (RFQQ) for an Options Analysis for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction Case Management System Solution. The state is interested in a Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) solutions that will allow the state to move on from its legacy system. Electronic proposals are due on October 1, 2018 and accompanying mail in versions are due by October 8, 2018.
- The North Carolina Office of the Courts has issued a solicitation for an Integrated Case Management System (ICMS). An ICMS will allow electronic processing functionality for all case types to record, track, and manage events from case initiation through case disposition, using thorough, flexible workflows that generate automated reminders and electronic notifications. The state is in the midst of implementing a long term eCourts program. Proposals are due on October 8, 2018.
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