Interior bureau seeks content management system

The Interior Department's Minerals Management Service (MMS) wants a small business to provide a Web content management system. Responses to the request for quotations are due June 5.

The opportunity is reserved for small businesses. Those interested can obtain the solicitation by sending an e-mail to that includes the company name, address, Data Universal Number System number and point of contact. MMS plans to select the contractor based on best value offered.

A content management system provides a framework for what appears on a Web site. It facilitates the organization, control and publication of a large number of documents and related content.

MMS regulates the production of domestic energy off America's coasts on the outer continental shelf. It also disburses royalty revenue derived from energy production on federal and American Indian lands.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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