New Jersey

RFP Software Market May See a Big Move | Loopio, Huddle, Paperless Proposal

Latest added RFP Software Market research study by HTF MI offers detailed product outlook and elaborates market review till 2025. The market Study is segmented by key regions that is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is sharping its presence and some of the key players in the study are Loopio, Huddle, Paperless Proposal, CallidusCloud, Qwilr, Qvidian RFP and Proposal etc. ...

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Atlantic County Improvement Authority Notice to Vendors Notice Is Hereby Given

ATLANTIC COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY NOTICE TO VENDORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Atlantic County Improvement Authority will receive two (2) sealed proposals, pursuant to the Local Public Contracts Law of the State of New Jersey, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et seq. at the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, 1333 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401 as follows: DESCRIPTION: Request for Proposals (RFP) ...

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Township of Stafford Notice to Vendors RFP

TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD NOTICE TO VENDORS RFP #2020-103 NOTICE IS HERE BY GIVEN TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD NOTICE TO VENDORS RFP #2020-103 NOTICE IS HERE BY GIVEN by the Township of Stafford, that sealed bids addressed to Nicola Reid, Purchasing Agent of the Township of Stafford will be received up to 2:00 p.m., prevailing time on OCTOBER 29, 2020 at Stafford ...

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Township of Stafford Notice to Bidders Addendum #1 Issued

TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD NOTICE TO BIDDERS ADDENDUM #1 ISSUED for RFP # 2020 – 096 NOTICE TO BIDDERS is hereby given that; ADDENDUM # 1 is issued for: RFP # 2020 – 096 Request for Proposals for Professional Services for the Calendar Year 2021 for the Township of Stafford This addendum shall become part of the contract documents and is ...

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Innovation in a Time of Uncertainty Leads to Quality Data and Enhanced Safety

As agencies work towards the new norm, upgrades in fare collection and contactless payments not only reduce touch points but also provide data that can help improve the service and network. St. Louis Metro security officers are able to maintain social distancing thanks to the visual-verification of mobile fares. NJ Transit had to purchase 1,500 iPhones and nearly 1,500 scanners ...

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Mount Laurel to accept proposals for operation of Paws Farm through end of year

A pygmy goat on site at the Paws Discovery Farm Wednesday, March 1 in Mount Laurel. MOUNT LAUREL — Advocates hoping to save Paws Discovery Farm from permanent closure now have until the end of the year to submit a proposal to take over its operation.  The township council agreed Monday to reopen its request for proposals (RFP) to operate the educational farm and accept submissions through the end of the ...

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PANYNJ seeks designer for AirTrain LGA-related promenade work

A rendering of the proposed AirTrain LGA’s east station at LaGuardia Airport. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) recently issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a landscape architecture or engineering design firm to advance Flushing Bay promenade improvements as part of the proposed AirTrain LGA project and $8 billion LaGuardia Airport redevelopment plan. The authority plans to build AirTrain ...

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Morris County Bids Farewell to Lawrence Ragonese

Popular Communications Director & Award-Winning Reporter Retires Larry Ragonese at Press Conference MORRIS COUNTY — The Morris County Board of Freeholders formally announced the retirement of Lawrence “Larry” Ragonese, whose service over the past five years as Director of Communications for Morris County capped off a career in New Jersey media and public relations that spanned more than 40 years. ...

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Westfield Seeks to Add Bar, Restaurant to Train Station. Will One Bite?

Westfield officials hope to soon have a proposal in hand to convert part of the Westfield Train Station’s north side, above, into a bar, café, restaurant or combination of the three. The town would secure a “special concessionaire” liquor license for the would-be operator of the establishment, Mayor Brindle said. WESTFIELD, NJ — (Updated at 10:08 a.m.) Town officials hope ...

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AI, Emerging Tech Help Grow Dun & Bradstreet’s Federal Presence

Erik Ekwurzel, Dun & Bradstreet If you’re in government contracting, you already know Dun &  Bradstreet. The global provider of business decisioning data and analytics provides the Data Universal Numbering System, or better known as the DUNS Number, a unique nine-digit identifier used by the government for all businesses required to federally register for contracts or grants. The company recently went ...

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400 Space Parking Deck Coming to Central Avenue

With support from The Heights community and the Central Avenue Special Improvement District (SID), the city announced today that it  is moving forward on the Request for Proposal (RFP) for a 7-story, mixed-use commercial and residential building to be constructed between Central and Cambridge Avenues. The plans include a multi-level public parking deck with 400 spaces to replace the existing surface lot. ...

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Wildwood Digest Former Landfill Could Soon be Redeveloped

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Red Bank Residents Garbage & Recycling Collection Survey

RED BANK, NJ: Dear Red Bank Resident: Do you receive curbside garbage and recycling collection?  If so, you are invited to take a brief survey on behalf of your household.  Garbage and recycling collection is a service provided by a private company under contract by the Borough.  The contract is awarded based on bids in response to a Request for Proposals. ...

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Bridgewater Council Approves Roadwork, Cleaning Services

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Road improvement projects in Bridgewater Township are expected to continue this year, with the township council having recently approved several resolutions for contract services, along with measures for recycling and cleaning services. The Bridgewater Township Council approved three resolutions July 20 regarding contracts for road improvements, including the approval of one to submit a grant application and ...

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Flemington Council Approves Municipal Salaries, Decides to Investigate Hiring Borough Administrator

FLEMINGTON, NJ – The Flemington governing body is tightening its belt in response to Covid-19’s financial impact.   With court-based revenues from traffic tickets and other fine-able offenses well-below anticipated levels, the council voted to reduce the salary increase scheduled for non-union employees from 2.5 percent to 2 percent. The only exceptions are the public defender, the assistant prosecutor and ...

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Princeton Agrees to No Fee Increase, Among Other Things, in Lawsuit Settlement

What the settlement agreement calls ‘therapeutic relief’ also includes conducting an RFP process, creating rules for how often committees meet and reviewing TIAA’s participant loan program. Details of a settlement of an Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) lawsuit against Princeton University that was previously announced have been posted. The university has agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle a lawsuit alleging ...

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The New Jersey Department of the Treasury is soliciting proposals from investment banking firms

STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – DUE: JULY 27, 2020 The New Jersey Department of the Treasury is soliciting proposals from investment banking firms on behalf of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. A Request for Proposals may be obtained from: http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/public_finance/ Telephone inquiries will not be accepted. Source: https://www.bondbuyer.com/legal-notices/request-for-proposals-due-july-27-2020-on-behalf-of-the-new-jersey-economic-development-authority

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New Jersey sets out strategic plan for offshore wind

The state of New Jersey, on the east coast of the United States, has set out its strategy to achieve 7.5 GW of offshore wind by 2035. The new strategy document outlines future procurements and details steps in a plan to realize the wind’s deployment. The Offshore Wind Strategic Plan (OWSP) incorporates scientific studies and data, state agency input, industry ...

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MyGovWatch Offers New RFP Lead Notification Subscription Options as Government Purchasing Spikes

COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. — As always during challenging economic times, government purchasing through bid notifications, bid alerts, and RFPs is on the rise. In response, MyGovWatch has launched new subscription options to give large corporations down to sole proprietors the ability to find government procurement leads and win government contracts with greater usability and budget flexibility than ever before. New subscription options ...

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Holmdel Township Committee Meets Tuesday

HOLMDEL, NJ – While the Primary Election votes continue to be counted, the business of the township continues to be conducted. On Tuesday, the governing body will hold its regular meeting. The agenda can be viewed HERE.  Among other things, the agenda includes an executive session (closed) in regard to Somerset Development (Bell Works Redevelopment) and proposed terms for an RFP for paving ...

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