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NNSA asking for bids to manage Pantex plant after not renewing CNS contract

The National Nuclear Security Administration posted this week that the competition starts this month to manage the Pantex nuclear weapons plant in Amarillo and the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. AMARILLO, Texas – The National Nuclear Security Administration posted this week that the competition starts this month to manage the Pantex nuclear weapons plant in Amarillo and ...

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FYI: Texas-based CPS Energy is prepping for some big renewable energy RFPs

CPS Energy, the largest municipally owned, fully-integrated electric and gas utility in the United States, is taking a significant step to diversify its generation portfolio and meet the energy demands of one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The San Antonio, Texas-based utility, is releasing a global Request for Information (RFI) that will help in the development of ...

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Texan utility tenders 900 MW of solar, 50 MW of storage

CPS Energy has taken the first step towards bringing those volumes – plus 500 MW of firming capacity – to the Lone Star State in pursuit of the power company’s 50%-renewables-by-2040 goal. The utility’s plan will help carry the Texan solar surge to even greater heights. Almost 1 GW of solar could be coming to San Antonio as municipal utility CPS ...

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS City of Kendleton, TX The of City of Kendleton, TX plans to apply for the Community Development Block Grant – Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) ( Hazard Mitigation Planning Program) funding from the Texas General Land Office (GLO) and is soliciting proposals to provide administration and/or planning services for CDBG-MIT contract(s), if awarded. Please submit 3 copies of your proposal of services ...

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US utility CPS Energy looks to add up to 900MW of solar, 50MW of storage to portfolio

San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio, Texas-based utility CPS Energy is advancing efforts to diversify its generation portfolio as it plans to add up to 900MW of solar, 50MW of battery storage and 500MW of new technology solutions. The company is releasing a global request for information (RFI) to assist in the development of a future request for proposal (RFP) that ...

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CPS announces plans to bring nearly 1 GW of solar to Texas

The utility has taken the first step towards bringing 900 MW of solar, 50 MW of storage and 500 MW of firming capacity to the Lone Star State, all in pursuit of CPS’ 50% renewable by 2040 goal. Nearly 1 GW of solar could be coming to San Antonio in the next few years, as CPS Energy has released a ...

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CPS Energy To Add Historic Amount Of Renewable Energy To Portfolio

(Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with PR Newswire. PTI takes no editorial responsibility for the same.) Seeks RFI to identify solar, battery, and new technology solutions for FlexPOWER Bundle RFP     SAN ANTONIO — CPS Energy, the largest municipally owned, fully-integrated electric and gas utility in the United States, is taking a significant step ...

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CPS Energy To Add Historic Amount Of Renewable Energy To Portfolio

SAN ANTONIO — CPS Energy, the largest municipally owned, fully-integrated electric and gas utility in the United States, is taking a significant step to diversify its generation portfolio and meet the energy demands of one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The San Antonio, Texas based utility, is releasing a global Request for Information (RFI) that will help in the development of ...

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Hays County Seeking Consultant For CDBG-MIT Disaster Relief Oversight

Hays County issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a consultant to assist the county in developing and managing projects to fulfill disaster-related state and federal grant responsibilities. The consultant will help Hays County meet Community Development Block Grant Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) requirements related to mitigation in connection with any federally declared disaster within Hays County. Services required include administrative duties, ...

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Trump bids to stop billions in track-and-trace funds as virus cases spike

White House opposes funding proposed by Senate RepublicansMore than 140,000 Americans have died from coronavirusUS politics – live coverage  A coronavirus testing site in Austin. Senate Republicans are preparing to unveil a new coronavirus relief bill when Congress returns from a two-week recess. Donald Trump is seeking to block billions of dollars in funding for coronavirus testing and contact tracing ...

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RFP for Qualified Janitorial Service Providers

LEGAL NOTICE Heart of Texas Region MHMR Request for Proposal for Qualified Janitorial Service Providers The Heart of Texas Region MHMR invites qualified janitorial service providers to submit Proposals for various Center commercial facilities. RFP 20-002 McLennan County -13 commercial facilities RFP 20-003 Bosque County 1 commercial facility RFP 20-004 Falls County- 1 commercial facility RFP 20-005 Hill County 2 ...

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Austin Planning RFP To Redevelop Site For $26M-$35M Mixed-Use Project

Austin Economic Development Department officials are recommending a request for proposals (RFP) to redevelop two adjacent city-owned properties into one of four mixed-use district scenarios developed by a university report. Austin Rendering of mixed-use scenario The vision for the sites would include affordable housing, open space for recreation, and space for community retail and support services. Two scenarios feature a ...

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Frustrations Run High As Capes Dam Returns For Discussion Ahead Of Study

Frustrations were high on Thursday as the San Marcos City Council held another discussion on Capes Dam.  Councilmembers Ed Mihalkanin and Saul Gonzales said they placed the item on the agenda with the intention of addressing the safety hazard caused by the structure, which is in severe disrepair. In January 2020, City Council received a briefing during their regular work ...

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GLO seeks proposals for resilient building construction services

AUSTIN – Today Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) posted six requests for proposals (RFPs) for construction services for the State of Texas CDBG Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) Resilient Home Program. This innovative program will reconstruct owner-occupied single-family homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey with additional resiliency standards.“As populations of Texans grow denser in counties near our state’s ...

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The City of Mont Belvieu is requesting proposals for a Compensation and Salary Study

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The City of Mont Belvieu is requesting proposals for a Compensation and Salary Study. A copy of the RFP will be available on the city website: www.montbelvieu.net and in the City Secretary’s office at 11607 Eagle Drive, Mont Belvieu, Texas 77580. Bids are due Friday, July 10, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. and should be delivered to the attention of ...

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New Mexico utility to allow nuclear leases to expire

A New Mexico utility will exit current leases for nuclear power and will instead develop renewable power by 2040, Kallanish Energy reports. PNM said it will allow leases for 114 megawatts of electricity power from the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Arizona to expire. Replacing that reduced capacity will allow PNM “to integrate more renewable resources that provide the best value ...

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Victoria commissioners Janak, Ives object again to revised purchasing policy

Victoria County Commissioners Court Victoria County commissioners delayed for the second time approval of a new purchasing policy for the county after two members of the court opposed some of its requirements. Though several tweaks were made to the first draft of the policy that the court reviewed on May 18, commissioners Kevin Janak and Clint Ives on Monday said ...

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Proposals for CISA’s Vulnerability Disclosure Platform Coming this Summer

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is leading the call for a governmentwide vulnerability disclosure platform, with a request for proposals from agencies coming as soon as summer 2020. CISA released the original request for information (RFI) in December 2019, detailing the agency’s interest in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) web application to report vulnerabilities and alert Federal information systems of potential issues. ...

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Commissioners reject radio comms proposals

Proposals to upgrade the county’s radio communications made it to the chopping block after being placed on the Cooke County Commissioners’ Court meeting agenda for the third time in recent weeks. On Monday, May 18, members of the court unanimously agreed to reject all proposals to upgrade the county’s public safety radio communications system. Commissioners meet inside the Commissioners’ Courtroom ...

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TRINITY BAY CONSERVATION DISTRICT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR LEGAL SERVICES

TRINITY BAY CONSERVATION DISTRICT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR LEGAL SERVICES TRINITY BAY CONSERVATION DISTRICT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR LEGAL SERVICES Request for Proposals (“RFP”) for legal services will be received at Trinity Bay Conservation District office at P.O. Box 599, 2500 SH 124, Stowell, Texas 77661 until 2:00 p.m. on June 11, 2020, at which time they will be opened and then reviewed ...

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