Deltek Pulse: Justice/Public Safety, Transportation & Public Utilities monthly review, April 2020

Published: May 05, 2020

Architecture Engineering and ConstructionCALIFORNIADELAWAREDISTRICT OF COLUMBIAInformation TechnologyJustice/Public Safety & Homeland SecurityNEW JERSEYNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENTS (NEW YORK)PENNSYLVANIAProfessional ServicesPublic UtilitiesRHODE ISLANDTEXASTransportation

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 April 2020 for Justice and Public Safety, Transportation and Public Utilities (JPS/T/PU) has stayed relatively consistent in terms of distribution in overall bids. Transportation represented 67% of projects. Public Utilities represented 21% of projects. Justice and Public Safety represented 12% of projects.

Architecture, Engineering and Construction projects accounted for 49% of solicitations. Professional Services accounted for 7% 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 29% of bids released. Delaware, Rhode Island and Washington DC saw the least amount of JPS/T/PU bids with less than 1%.

There was a 24% decrease in overall bids seen in April 2020 compared to bids released in March 2020. This is likely a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on solicitation releases.

Notable Solicitation Releases

  • The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) issued a solicitation for a Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP). New York State LTAP Center is responsible for providing training and technical assistance services to local highway personnel who are responsible for the maintenance, construction, and management of local highways and bridges in NYS. Proposals are due by May 20, 2020.
  • The State of New Jersey, issued a solicitation for Next Generation 911 Services. The State is planning a migration to a Next Generation 911 network and transition to a new 911 system. Proposals are due by September 4, 2020.

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