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

Published: June 03, 2019

ATLANTA, CITY OF (FULTON) (GEORGIA)Community DevelopmentEconomic Development/RegulationGeneral Government ServicesInformation TechnologyNatural Resources/EnvironmentNEW MEXICO STATE DEPARTMENTS (NEW MEXICO)Professional ServicesPublic FinanceSEATTLE, CITY OF (KING) (WASHINGTON)

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

The month of May saw an increase in the number of General Government Services solicitations over April, rising by about 3%. The majority of the solicitations issued had a primary requirement of Professional Services, at about 69%, with the remaining 31% 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 May were California, Texas, and New York, while Vermont, Delaware, and South Dakota had the least.

Notable Solicitation Releases

  • The New Mexico Department of General Services has posted a request for proposals (RFP) for IT Professional Services. The state expects to establish multiple statewide price agreements (SWPA) to provide eligible users the ability to contract for such Information Technology Professional Services as needed. Proposals are due July 9, 2019.
  • The City of Atlanta Department of Procurement (DOP) issued an RFP to procure a Legislative Management System, Support, and Maintenance. The City is replacing the existing agenda management/meeting streaming solution, and seeks to automate management of the board and commission appointments process. The deadline for proposals is June 13, 2019.
  • The City of Seattle Information Technology Department (Seattle IT) has released an RFP a Citywide Contract Management System. The city desires a system that will provide a standard process for collaborative creation of contracts, provide a mechanism to adhere to the City standards for contract administration and management, create a searchable database for new and legacy contracts and interface with the City’s financial and business systems and processes. The proposal deadline is June 6, 2019.

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