Deltek Pulse: General government month in review, January 2015
Published: February 04, 2015
Procurement activity in 2015 is off to a strong start as January brought a 22 percent increase in solicitations released – marking the highest monthly number of solicitations in the past calendar year. This shows us that projects put on hold toward the end of 2014 may be picking up steam, and vendors should prepare to see this kind of activity in the coming months.
The education vertical saw the most solicitation releases by far in January, accounting for more than 50 percent of general government services solicitations. Public finance only saw about 100 solicitations.
Notable RFP releases:
- Wichita, Kansas, released an RFP for a financial and HR information system. Proposals are due by March 6.
- New Mexico released an RFP for IT professional services. Proposals are due by April 2.
- New York released an RFP for manufacturer-based umbrella IT services. Proposals are due by April 21.
- Tennessee released an RFP for a regulatory licensing and permitting solution. Proposals are due by February 17.
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