Next step in building New Bridgewater Bridge

Michael Ferguson, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport The work to build the New Bridgewater Bridge is progressing, with the formal release of approved design requirements for the bridge today. This is a major project that will benefit Tasmanians for generations, and it is vital we get it right. The eight design requirements are broadly consistent with those determined through previous ...

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JOHN BRUMMETT: Greens for some green?

Appearances matter much in politics. So, it’s fair and relevant to say there is an appearance that the fix may have been in with Mayor Frank Scott angling to get the War Memorial Golf Course closed so that choice midtown greenery could get partially ceded to private development. You could establish a perfectly logical linear narrative by which the mayor ...

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Manassas airport seeking partner for unused land

Manassas Regional Airport is looking to develop two remaining lots and cap off an expansion that began in 2018. In August, the city will solicit proposals for two vacant lots left over from Chantilly Air’s expansion at the airport. The city would like to see private companies build aircraft storage hangars, ramps and car parking at the two lots — ...

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LACERA approves fixed-income, ‘bench’ manager searches

Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association’s board approved two searches, one for an actively managed high-yield fixed-income manager and another for a list of preapproved providers for transition management services, said Jonathan Grabel, CIO of the $57 billion pension fund. Pasadena, Calif.-based LACERA expects to launch an RFP for a firm to manage more than $1 billion, or 3.3% of ...

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Kotwal convenes pre bid interaction with prospective bidders for modernization of land records

Jammu: Financial Commissioner Revenue, Dr. Pawan Kotwal today chaired a pre bid interaction to discuss Request For Proposal (RFP), with the prospective bidders for modernization of land records in the UT of J&K under Digital India Land Record (DILRMP) Modernization Programme.The prospective bidders including Satish Saini, Business Head, Ramtech; S.G. Ananthanarayanan, Business Head, GIS Consortium; Sanjay Pahal, Business head, Hexagon; ...

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Port Alberni City Council mulls request to buy big screen for AV Multiplex

$200K request comes on heels of RFP for renaming rights to AV Multiplex The Alberni Valley Multiplex houses twin rinks and is home to the BC Hockey League Alberni Valley Bulldogs.  The City of Port Alberni is considering adding a big screen to the Alberni Valley Multiplex, but city council is reluctant to make the purchase during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

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FCC Taking Bids on $204 Million Software Development Contract

The Federal Communications Commission has opened the bidding process on a new five-year, $204 million contract for software development and program management. The agency plans to issue multiple awards, with at least 35% of total obligations set aside for small businesses, according to a request for proposal released on July 13. The contract, known as Application Development Support Services, will assist the ...

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Five vendors vie to rebuild the shared regional council platform, IRIS

Ideally, IRIS will be rebuilt as a cloud-based SaaS platform, GM says Seven out of 11 regional councils use the IRIS platform. The information system developed and shared by several New Zealand regional councils is set for a makeover with five vendors shortlisted for the rebuild. Requests for expressions of interest to rebuild the Integrated Regional Information System (IRIS), originally ...

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Valdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerce

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICESTheValdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerceis requesting proposals for selection of Architectural Services including final planning, design, and construction phase of an economic development project. The Valdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerce has been awarded EDA Public Works funding to renovate a three-story historical building in Valdosta, repair exterior masonry, and replace the roof in ...

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Regulators May Hire LTCI Block Extraction Advisor

One concern is what cutting blocks of LTCI business out might do to state guaranty funds. State insurance regulators are preparing to hire a legal consultant to help them figure out how to cut bad blocks of long-term care insurance (LTCI) business out of life insurers’ guts without making things worse. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has posted ...

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Mali’s violent protests draw concern from international community

An escalation in the violence in Mali has the international community appealing for restraint, following weekend protests that left four people dead when security forces fired live rounds on protesters in the capital of Bamako. Reports of other fatalities came from several cities as protesters supporting the opposition 5 June Movement – Rally of Patriotic Forces (M5-RFP) again took to ...

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Immune Cells Killing 3D Tumor Spheroids in 96-Well Live-Cell Assay

Advanced 3D spheroid models are being widely acknowledged as a vital tool for better evaluation of cancer immunotherapy agents in-vitro. This article describes the potential to kinetically visualize and evaluate immune cell-mediated cytotoxicity of 3D tumor spheroids in co-culture. Spheroids were formed in ULA U-bottom plates by using RFP expressing tumor cells. Then, immune cells (PBMCs) were added to quantify the tumor ...

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Request for Proposals

Request For Bids The Town of Braintree is seeking bids for Braintree TH4 Thayer Brook Road Culvert Header Repair. Bid packets are available at the Braintree Town Office: 728-9787, 932 Vermont Route 12A . Sealed bids must be received at the Braintree Town Office by 3:00 p.m., Monday, July 27, 2020. Please contact Jeff Masterson the Braintree Highway Foreman with ...

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Council allows wiggle room on fire hall budget

Cornwall Fire Services truck  CORNWALL, Ontario – Cornwall City Council agreed at their meeting on Monday, July 13 to allow for some wiggle room in their budget for a new fire hall. The decision was made as a part of finalizing a Request for Proposal (RFP) asking architectural firms to bid on the design of the new building. Council had ...

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Council debates cost of Cornwall’s new fire station, issues RFP

The future home of the Cornwall fire hall located at 735 Tollgate Rd. W. on Tuesday December 10, 2019 in Cornwall, Ont. Alan S. Hale/Cornwall Standard-Freeholder/Postmedia Network Cornwall city council gave the go-ahead for staff members to issue a request for proposals (RFP) for a new fire station and training centre, but not before some debate over its cost. Much ...

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Waterfield Lot RFP released

WINCHESTER – Last month, the Select Board approved the Request for Proposals for the Waterfield Lot (adjacent to the Winchester Center Commuter Rail Station). This month, they officially released it to the public so that developers could submit bids. The process remains open until Aug. 31. Developing the Waterfield Lot and the upcoming construction at the commuter rail station by ...

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RFP from Warren Buffet-owned utility PacifiCorp targets 600MW of energy storage alongside PV, wind

Black Cap Solar, an early PacifiCorp solar PV project in Oregon. US utility firm PacifiCorp has launched its largest request for proposals for energy projects yet, seeking bids for more than 1.8GW of new solar and 600MW of battery energy storage. The firm, which owns utilities Pacific Power and Rocky Mountain Power, issued the RFP as part of its latest ...

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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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Presidential Initiative Supports Urban and Place-Based Research

What do social and environmental justice, affordable housing, public spaces, and smart cities all have in common? They are greatly impacted by the research coming from CU Denver’s faculty and students. To support faculty pursuing urban and place-based research and creative work, the CU Denver deans are proud to announce a new Presidential Initiative Seed Grant opportunity worth $500,000 in funding. The first ...

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VA Seeks Feedback on Robotic Process Automation for Paper Records

The government agency is requesting information from vendors who can streamline and digitize paper records using a robotic process automation tool to integrate into its EHR system. The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has requested feedback regarding the use of a robotic process automation (RPA) tool to quickly transform and digitize all health records in lieu of its Electronic Health Record ...

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