Indy wants broad IT support

Indianapolis and Marion County, Ind., will release an RFP this month for a new information technology sourcing agreement. The current contract expires in December. The new contract will include a wide array of services such as help desk; desktop services; planning, management and expansion of the wide area network; managing mainframe, midrange and client server operations; systems integration; GIS environment support and programming; Internet support and programming; telephone operations; equipment refresh; knowledge management; disaster recovery; and business continuity and planning, among other needs.

These opportunities are compiled by Federal Sources Inc., a market research firm in McLean, Va. (

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