The cannabis industry has been a controversial topic for many years, with debate raging as to whether it should be legalized for both medical use and recreational use.
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Airline travel is essentially the easiest mode of transportation for travelers getting to and around Alaska. As the state with the fourth-highest number of airports in the U.S. (behind Texas, Florida and California), it is important that Alaska’s airports are maintained and up-to-date with current safety standards. The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is responsible for publishing bids for any airport design or improvement services in the state. Vendors interested in bidding on these type of opportunities can go directly to Alaska’s DOT website and search through the Open Public Notices or through Alaska’s Vendor Self Service portal, where they can register to do business with the state.
Today, many government agencies are looking for third-party vendors to help with data management processes. Keeping software programs up-to-date and maintaining data resources are both critically important aspects in the operations of government agencies, and making sure data is managed effectively helps to improve efficiency and transparency.
Among civic leaders and engineering professionals alike, there is little argument that America’s infrastructure is in need of improvement and rehabilitation. This is especially true in Alabama, where the state’s infrastructure has been deemed “structurally deficient.”[i] In particular, the city of Mobile has for many years ignored its crumbling infrastructure, which is suffering under a backlog of $250 million worth of major repairs. Mobile is located on Alabama's coast, directly in the well-worn path of many severe storms. It is no wonder that the infrastructure in the Mobile area is much in need of repair.
Renewable energy is becoming a top priority for all levels of government throughout the United States. Over the last few years there has been an increase in the number of solar and wind farms throughout the nation: In 2017, the U.S. generated about 41 percent more solar energy than it did in 2016, and today about 1.9 percent of the country’s electricity comes from solar.
Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, is the sixth-largest city in the US. With several million people living in the city and its suburbs, ongoing construction and reparation initiatives are required to keep public infrastructure functional and safe for use. From public buildings to facilities such as utility plants to roads and bridges, Philadelphia counts on the services of private construction vendors at every stage of major projects, from design and planning to finishing touches.
New York City is the most populated city in the United States, with more than 8.5 million people living within the borders of its five boroughs (Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island). Knowing this, it makes sense that NYC is also home to the nation’s largest municipal fire department.
As computer technology continues to advance, state and local governments are faced with the daunting task of keeping their network infrastructure up-to-date and secure. By conducting ongoing evaluations of their existing systems, agencies develop strategies for the implementation of new and upgraded solutions. To effectively carry out these changes, government agencies in the state of North Carolina must secure reliable information technology (IT) products and services from vendors.
All across the United States, local, state and federal government agencies are investing heavily in infrastructure projects including park construction, road repair and maintenance, bridge construction and water and sewage system upgrades. Together, these initiatives are generating billions of dollars’ worth of opportunities for businesses across the nation.