In this digital era, people expect to be able to obtain news and information in an instant; they expect real-time updates and the availability of accurate information to help plan their days. As our digital landscape continues to expand, it’s important for government to keep up with these changes and provide citizens with the tools they need to keep up with the activities of their government.
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On December 14, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will decide the future of the internet.
Whether you are looking for IT bids in Connecticut, Police Equipment bids in New Jersey or Consulting bids in New York, government procurement opportunities are available in a variety of industries throughout the Northeastern United States.
Keeping a state’s entire technology network up-to-date and secure is a daunting task that requires ongoing evaluation and implementation of new solutions across multiple government agencies. The State of Connecticut regularly re-evaluates the Information Technology (IT) solutions it uses to see what kind of improvements can be made.
When new public projects are put into motion, government agencies often require the input of industry-specific consultants to ensure the proper development, implementation and completion of each project. Bids for consulting services are issued by agencies at every level of government and cover a multitude of specialties, including urban planning, construction, environmental testing, healthcare, IT implementation and security, to name a few.
For Police Departments in the State of New Jersey, it is vital that their officers are equipped with the proper resources to allow them to effectively perform their duties. To purchase the police equipment they need, various state and local government offices publish bidding opportunities for vendors to compete for.
Home to nearly 28 million people, Texas is the 2nd-largest state in the U.S. by area. To meet the needs of citizens and to develop and maintain the communications infrastructure needed to connect distant areas of the state, Texas - along with hundreds of Texan municipalities, counties and special districts – requires third-party vendors to provide goods and services in all areas of Information Technology (IT) procurement. State and local governments need reliable IT products and services in many different subsectors, including telecommunications, IT architecture and infrastructure, hardware and office equipment, software development, and audio/video systems, the majority of which must be sourced from private contractors.
Infrastructure in Southern California is constantly being evaluated by authorities to determine how best to meet the needs of the population. As more people choose to work and live in this densely-populated area, additional stress is put on existing public facilities, including roads and utilities. The process of evaluating, planning, developing and implementing improvements to public infrastructure can be long, and require many revisions before construction actually begins. From the earliest stages of any infrastructure project, related bids are posted by state and local government offices, which can lead to new business opportunities for vendors.
Across the Sunshine State, the need for conventional and specialized construction services continues to grow as new projects and aging infrastructure require the attention and expertise of qualified construction vendors. Design engineers, civil engineers, architects, and project management specialists are needed to handle the planning and implementation of major building and infrastructure projects, while roofing, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, drywall, flooring, interior design and finishing specialists must provide their services once the major structures of a project are completed.
Over the past two decades, advances in communication technology have changed the way people do business. Meetings once conducted over analog phone lines are now processed by fiber optic cables, allowing parties to connect visually and virtually between offices located anywhere in the world. Thanks to the widespread adoption of such technology, the number of public sector contracts available in the Information Technology (IT) field continues to increase, creating an unprecedented number of opportunities for third-party vendors.