Deltek Pulse: Justice/Public Safety, Transportation & Public Utilities month review, February 2020
Published: March 09, 2020
ALASKAArchitecture Engineering and ConstructionCALIFORNIADELAWAREDISTRICT OF COLUMBIAInformation TechnologyJustice/Public Safety & Homeland SecurityKENTUCKYPENNSYLVANIAProfessional ServicesPublic UtilitiesTEXASTransportation
A monthly recap of SLED Justice and Public Safety, Transportation and Public Utilities solicitation releases.
All values are compared to the prior month’s recap, which can be viewed here.
The market in February 2020 for Justice and Public Safety, Transportation and Public Utilities (JPS/T/PU) has stayed relatively consistent in terms of distribution with an increase in overall bids. Transportation represented 64% of projects. Public Utilities represented 22% of projects. Justice and Public Safety represented 14% of projects.
Architecture, Engineering and Construction projects accounted for 48% of solicitations. Professional Services accounted for 8% of projects. While Information Technology represented 3% of bids released.
Pennsylvania, California and Texas had the most bids for the month in the JPS/T/PU market, accounting for 28% of bids released. Delaware, Alaska and Washington DC saw the least amount of JPS/T/PU bids with 1%.
There was a 12% increase in overall bids seen in February 2020 compared to bids released in January 2020. The JPS/T/PU market continues to be an area of consistency and stability for bids.
Notable Solicitation Releases
- The Texas Department of Criminal Justice issued a solicitation for Radio Frequency (RF) or Global Positioning System (GPS) Monitoring Services. The Department will administer both monitoring programs and select the Clients who will participate. Proposals are due by March 9, 2020.
- The Commonwealth of Kentucky issued a solicitation for a Kentucky 911 Services Board Supplemental Data Portal. The preferred solution will integrate hybrid location information, resident provided personal profiles, facility templates, text to 9-1-1, and other third-party public safety supplemental 9-1-1 datasets. Proposals are due by May 5, 2020.
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