Deltek Pulse: Justice/Public Safety, Transportation & Public Utilities month in review, August 2019

Published: September 04, 2019


A monthly recap of SLED Justice and Public Safety, Transportation and Public Utilities solicitation releases.

The market in August for Justice and Public Safety, Transportation and Public Utilities (JPS/T/PU) has been consistent since July. Transportation represented 58% of projects, a slight decrease of 2%. Public Utilities represented 26% of projects, an increase of 2%. Justice and Public Safety represented 16% of projects.

Architecture, Engineering and Construction projects accounted for 43% of solicitations, a 1% decrease. Professional Services accounted for 9% of projects. While Information Technology stayed consistent representing 4% of bids.

Pennsylvania, California and Texas had the most bids for the month in the JPS/T/PU market, accounting for 27% of bids released. Delaware, Vermont and Washington DC saw the least amount of JPS/T/PU bids in May with less than 1%.

Overall there was a 3% increase in overall bids seen in August compared to bids released in July. The JPS/T/PU market continues to be an area of consistency and stability for bids in 2019.

Notable Solicitation Releases

  • The City of Phoenix issued a solicitation for a Criminal Case Management System. The City is seeking a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) Criminal Case Management System (CCMS) and related implementation and support services. Proposals are due by October 4, 2019.
  • The Arkansas Department of Health issued a solicitation for a Statewide Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. The Department is seeking proposals for a software system that facilitates the collection, analysis and reporting of information on the prescribing, dispensing and use of prescription drugs. Proposals are due by September 5, 2019.
  • The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission issued a solicitation for Enterprise Applications Managed Services. The Commission is seeking a firm to provide enterprise application managed services, aligned with best practices & Information Technology Infrastructure Library standards, which are critical to the Commission’s mission to operate a safe, reliable, customer-valued toll road system that supports national mobility and commerce. Proposals are due by September 18, 2019.

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