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Better telecom needed

The Senate Sergeant at Arms is looking for new telecommunications solutions to upgrade or replace services. The office may merge its voice and data infrastructure and move from a time division, multiplex, voice network managed solution to an IP or IP-enabled solution.

The solution should include necessary telecom switching equipment, replacement of or an interface to the adjunct systems and operations support system software. The system must offer broadcast fax, voice conferencing, voice mail, Web conferencing, video teleconferencing, call center and broadcast phone message functions. Responses are due by Aug. 5. Contact Kathleen Haddow at

acquisitions@saa.senate.gov.

Court support sought

The Justice Department's National Institute of Justice seeks information about commercial hardware and software that can offer automation and integration solutions for criminal courts at the state and local level.

The institute wants technology that builds system integration across the criminal justice sector and lets agencies associated with criminal cases share information. The technology should include administrative support tools for electronic case filing, docketing and management as well as automated witness preparation and litigation support tools. Responses are due by Aug. 15. Contact John Young at john.young2@usdoj.gov.

Navy access control

The Navy wants IT-based electronic security and workflow management solutions and services to upgrade automated access control and workflow processes at shipyards in Norfolk, Va., Portsmouth, N.H., and Puget Sound, Wash.

The Navy seeks to improve common-area security at these three sites, increase interoperability among shipyard automated access control systems and support workflow management via common access cards. The cards must have appropriate software interfaces and card readers. Responses are due by Aug. 18. Contact Christopher Anderson at christopher.anderson@gsa.gov.

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