Opportunity Knocking: Contracts

IT services

The Michigan Department of Management and Budget wants to establish a contract for agencies to use to buy information technology-related services, such as voice and telecommunications, data networking and consulting services. The solicitation is expected in June.

Trauma registry

The New York Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services wants to develop a trauma registry data collection and analysis retrieval system. A request for proposals is expected midyear.

Transportation system

The Tennessee Department of Safety has a requirement for a transportation safety information management system for the state's traffic records systems. An invitation to bid is expected in July. The project is estimated at $1.6 million.

Personnel management

The Alamo Area Council of Governments in San Antonio has a requirement for a personnel management system. The council is looking for consulting service to maintain its current system and conduct an annual salary survey and comparability study. The RFP is expected in the third quarter of this year.


The University of Wisconsin wants to develop an e-learning system. It needs a technology infrastructure, including a distributed learning system, to provide instructors and students with a common set of electronic tools. An RFP is expected in the third quarter of this year.

Facial recognition

The Connecticut State Police have a requirement for a photo repository and facial recognition software. It will store photographs of arrested persons and provide photo lineup support to officers. The RFP is expected in July.

These opportunities are compiled by Input, an IT research and marketing firm in Chantilly, Va. (www.inputgov.com)

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