Bids and proposals

Courtroom recording system

The Ohio Supreme Court will be seeking a contractor
to provide an electronic signature and courtroom
recording system. A request for proposals is
expected in early 2008.

The court wants to store digital
recordings of court proceedings in
a way that is consistent with
records management standards. The stored information
needs to be available for duplication, distribution
or other use by a court or the public.

IT professional services
The North Dakota Office of
Management and Budget wants a
contractor to provide information
technology professional services.
An RFP is expected in mid-2008.

The professional services needed include mainframe
programming, client server programming,
Web design, project management, business analysis
and desktop support.

Data center relocation

Washington, D.C.'s Office of the Chief Technology
Officer will be seeking a contractor to relocate a
data center and provide related
warehousing services. An RFP is expected in mid-
2008.

The office plans to move one of two data centers
in the city because the lease is set to expire on the
existing location.

These opportunities are compiled by Input Inc., a
Reston, Va., market research firm (http://www.input.com).

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