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Arizona Department of Corrections: Manufacturing, Call Centers and Horse Training

Arizona Department of Corrections: Manufacturing, Call Centers and Horse Training

Employing a staff of 10,000, The Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) maintains 14 complexes across the state that collectively house more than 42 thousand inmates. The ADC’s procurement needs are handled by the Procurement Services Unit, which has an approximate annual budget of $1.1 million and is tasked with sourcing products and services for each ADC facility, including supplies and materials for inmate education and rehabilitation programs. [i]

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Portland Oregon: A City Focused on Sustainability

Portland Oregon: A City Focused on Sustainability

More than any other American city, Portland, Oregon is a leader in adopting green and sustainability initiatives. By working closely with residents and businesses, the city of Portland has adopted policies that promote clean energy and urban livability that continue to generate impressive results.

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The City of Chicago: Providing Contract Opportunities for Small Businesses

The City of Chicago: Providing Contract Opportunities for Small Businesses

In the City of Chicago, the Department of Procurement Services (DPS) is the contracting authority for the procurement of goods and services. Through a competitive open bid process, the DPS awards contracts with the goal of securing the best value for the city. By establishing a procurement system that focuses on open communication, timely processes and fair business practices, vendors are able to partner with the city for a variety of contract opportunities.

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California High-Speed Rail: A Fast Track of Opportunities

California High-Speed Rail: A Fast Track of Opportunities

The state of California will soon be starting work on one of the largest infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the United States: the California High-Speed Rail project. Designed to travel at speeds exceeding 200 mph (which will enable travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles in less than 3 hours), this state-of-the-art rail system will be the first of its kind to be built in the United States. Upon completion, the project will connect up to 24 stations spread throughout California, opening up new opportunities for job creation and business in many regions of the state. [i]

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Office of General Services: Centralizing Procurement in New York State

Office of General Services: Centralizing Procurement in New York State

Managing state services throughout New York is a massive responsibility entrusted to The Office of General Services (OGS). The OGS was established in 1960 to provide support services for the New York State government; since then their responsibilities have grown to include management of state property, construction projects, state tours and procurement. With a focus on delivering value and maximizing cost-effectiveness, the Office of General Services is always working to modernize and improve their processes to ensure the needs of the state are met.

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Budgeting for a Safe Chicago: Contract Opportunities in Public Safety

Budgeting for a Safe Chicago: Contract Opportunities in Public Safety

The City of Chicago is home to approximately 2.7 million people and is the third-largest city in the United States. On January 1st 2017 the city’s new $9.8 billion budget went into effect, a substantial increase over the previous year’s $9.3 billion. A key component of the new budget is an increase in funding for Chicago’s Public Safety departments, including nearly $53 million to pay for the hiring and training of 900 new police officers over the next two years. [i]

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Education, Farming and Bidding with the Florida Department of Corrections

Education, Farming and Bidding with the Florida Department of Corrections

In the United States, the correctional system is big business. The Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) operates 149 facilities statewide that collectively house approximately 98,000 inmates and employ more than20,000 people. With an annual operating budget of $2.4 billion, the FDC is the third-largest prison system in the country. [i] A portion of the FDC’s budget is used to maintain a vast system of educational and life-skills programs for inmates to support their rehabilitation. In addition to preparing inmates for their return to society, these programs create many profitable opportunities for businesses that are interested in providing goods and services to the FDC.

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Bidding on Government Contracts for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Bidding on Government Contracts for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was created through an interstate compact authorized by the United States Congress in 1921. Its founding mission - to facilitate transit through the region by providing reliable transportation infrastructure for commuters, visitors, and cargo carriers - is more important today than ever before. The Port Authority must ensure that their facilities are in good condition to meet the transportation needs of the people and businesses of the tri-state area.

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How to Begin Bidding on Government Contracts for the City of Wichita, Kansas

How to Begin Bidding on Government Contracts for the City of Wichita, Kansas

Vendors who would like to bid on city contracts for Wichita, Kansas must first register with the city through the Vendor Services portal, where they will be asked to provide company information (name, address and Tax ID number) as well as details about the products and services they sell. After registering, vendors will then begin to receive bid notices for contract opportunities. Vendors may also use the vendor services portal to view solicitations, download bid specifications, review bid results and awards and view contracts and blanket purchase orders established by the city.[i]

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