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Third Party Quantifications of Benefits of State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000938952

Bid Title: Third Party Quantifications of Benefits of State Water Efficiency and Enhancement Program

Agency Bid No. Title: 17-0019

Received Date: 04/28/2017

Close Date: 05/24/2017

Purchase Type: Term: 07/01/2017 - 06/30/2019

Delivery Point: Not Stated, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 05/15/2017 04:00 PM, Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to: The primary goal of this contract is to quantify the GHG emission reductions and water savings that can be attributedto SWEEP-funded irrigation improvement projects. The resulting report of the audit will be provided to CDFA forsubmission to the California Air Resources Board to satisfy phase two reporting requirements for 2015-16 SWEEP(Round II) Projects.SWEEP funds have been provided to agricultural operations to make improvements to irrigation systems.Optimization of these improvements often also requires a change in practice by the system operator. The contractorcan provide the agricultural operation with critical information through the software-as-a-service product to facilitateimprovement of irrigation system management. This will result in tangible benefits to the agricultural operation (e.g.,cost savings, water and energy savings, system calibration) and also increases the cost effectiveness of the SWEEPprogram as a whole.

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Product Code: 92672

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of California - Department of Food and Agriculture

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Donna Weber, Acquisitions Unit 1220 N Street, Room 115, Sacramento, California, 95814

Phone: 916-651-9939

Fax: 916-654-0395




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