Deltek Pulse: General Government services month in review, April 2019

Published: May 01, 2019

Community DevelopmentEconomic Development/RegulationGeneral Government ServicesInformation TechnologyMIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF (FLORIDA)Natural Resources/EnvironmentNEW HAMPSHIRE STATE DEPARTMENTS (NEW HAMPSHIRE)NEW YORK, CITY OF (NEW YORK) (NEW YORK)Professional ServicesPublic Finance

A recap of procurement activity in the SLED General Government Services market in April 2019.

The month of April saw an inccrease in the number of General Government Services solicitations over March, rising by about 3%. The majority of the solicitations issued had a primary requirement of Professional Services, at about 70%, with the remaining 30% having a primary requirement of Information Technology. The Public Finance vertical saw the most solicitations, followed by Economic Development/Regulation, Community Development, and Natural Resources/Environment. The three States with the most procurement activity in April were California, Texas, and New York, while Washington, D.C., South Dakota, and North Dakota had the least.

Notable Solicitation Releases

  • The New Hampshire Department of Administrative Services has posted a request for bid (RFB) for Personal Computers and Peripherals Hardware. The state is seeking a vendor able to provide both pre- and post-sales support for the hardware, software, and peripheral equipment. Bids are due May 10, 2019.
  • The Miami-Dade County Information Technology Department issued a request for proposals (RFP) to procure a Communication Lifecycle Management solution. The desired solution would be able to efficiently reconcile telecom vendor invoices, fully integrate to Remedy and Infor EAM to manage telecom work orders, maintain wired and wireless inventories, and charge back departments based on inventory for improved transparency.  The deadline for proposals is May 31, 2019.
  • The New York City Employees ' Retirement System (NYCERS) has released an RFP for Pension Administration Software and System Integration Services for the Legacy Replacement Project (LRP).  NYCERS is embarking on a large scale modernization to optimize its ability to administer retirement benefits for New York City employees and provide new and innovative services.. The proposal deadline is July 15, 2019.

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