Bids and proposals: State and local

Municipal tax software

The Sales Tax Division of Colorado Springs, Colo., wants a contractor to provide sales tax application software. A request for proposals is expected this summer.

The city wants an existing software package for its new sales and use tax system. Contractors should propose a system that is installed in a municipal jurisdiction with tax and accounting requirements similar to those of Colorado Springs.

Justice information system

The Criminal Justice Information System Division of Fulton County, Ga., wants a contractor to provide a criminal justice information system. An RFP is expected this summer.

The department wants an integrated system that will link state-level and county-level criminal justice information systems to facilitate the exchange of data and information among agencies in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Texas needs business intel

The Texas Public Accounts Comptroller wants a contractor to provide a business intelligence solution. An RFP is expected in July.

The business intelligence solution will assist the department in its mission to improve tax/voucher data processing, in addition to tax collection and disbursements by providing tools to manage the tax and citizen-related data under the department's scope.

These opportunities are provided by Input Inc., a market research firm in Reston, Va. (www.input.com)

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