Opportunity knocking

Automatic train system

The New York Transit Authority wants a contractor to implement an automatic train supervision system. A request for proposals is expected in the first half of 2006. The project will provide centralized service management systems and facilities for Subdivision B of the New York City Transit Subways Department.

Web-based nutrition system

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare wants a contractor to implement an automated system for the Women, Infant and Children Nutrition Program. An RFP is expected in first quarter of 2006. The Division of Health's Bureau of Clinical and Preventative Services will use the automated system. The contractor will modify a Web-based system to meet program needs rather than develop a new system.

Electronic fingerprinting

Tennessee is seeking a contractor for electronic fingerprinting services. An RFP is expected in November or December. The state will use the system to process licenses and conduct background checks for employment to ensure compliance with state and federal law.

Illinois needs records system

The Illinois Division of Vital Records wants to buy commercial software to manage birth and death records. An RFP is expected in January. The Web-based system will let hospitals, clinics and others enter birth and death data. The contractor will install the hardware and software and offer training as needed.

IT department wants consultant

Washington's Department of Information Technology wants a contractor to help it and other state and local agencies with IT initiatives, policy development and project oversight. An RFP is expected in January. The department issued a request for information on IT research and consulting services and various pricing options.

These opportunities are compiled by Federal Sources Inc., a market research consulting firm in McLean, Va. (www.fedsources.com)

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