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Sealed PROPOSALS for RFP 21-149 – Design-Build Platform for Pump Disconnects – 370 SW PS 2 will be received by the City of St. Peters, Purchasing Department, City Hall, One St. Peters Centre Boulevard, P.O. Box 9, St. Peters, Missouri 63376 until 2:00 PM local time, Friday, June 18, 2021. This will be a Non-Public opening. Contract Documents will be ...

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Veteran Marijuana Research Grant Program RFP Issued By MRA

LANSING – The Marijuana Regulatory Agency has issued a $20 million RFP for a non-profit organization or academic institution to provide one or more clinical trials that are approved by the United States Food and drug administration to test the efficacy of marijuana in treating the medical conditions of United States armed services veterans and preventing veteran suicide. 2021 REQUEST ...

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Mitsubishi Power Aero Delivers Vital Power Project to Mexico: RFP Issuance to Commercial Operation in 145 Days

Bid submission, contract negotiation, delivery, installation, and commissioning completed in time to meet summer peak demand Glastonbury, Conn., United States:  Mitsubishi Power Aero LLC, a leading provider of global power solutions, and Mitsubishi Power de Mexico, both subsidiaries of Mitsubishi Power Americas, Inc., executed a fast-track, turnkey contract to install and commission five 30-megawatt FT8® MOBILEPAC® aero-derivative, dual-fuel gas turbines for CFEnergia ...

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Trustees, Morning Glory win Katama Farm bid

FARM Institute will return this summer. The Trustees of Reservations and Morning Glory Farm are teaming up at Katama Farm. In a unanimous vote Wednesday afternoon, the Edgartown conservation commission chose the Trustees of Reservations and Morning Glory Farm to take over the 182-acre Katama Farm. The Trustees and Morning Glory submitted separate Requests for Proposals (RFP) with the Trustees ...

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RFP Software Market Experiences A Noticeable Growth with Key Dynamics at High CAGR value

A comprehensive study of RFP Software Market 2021-2026” provides current and future market positions and in-depth analysis of key segments. It helps players to become aware of upcoming segments and key growth pockets so that they could cash in on some rewarding opportunities available in the global RFP Software market. Each segment is analyzed with a broad focus on its market share, ...

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Appalachian Power Issues New Request For Competitive Renewable Energy Projects

Appalachian Power produces approximately 1,900 Gigawatt-hours of energy annually from wind and hydro-power. Proposals center on power purchase agreements and renewable energy certificates  Appalachian Power has issued two requests for proposals (RFPs) to help the company comply with provisions of the Virginia Clean Economy Act (VCEA). Under the VCEA, Appalachian Power must meet annual interim requirements as it works toward ...

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Voting machine commission gets closer to reality

BATON ROUGE, La. – Heated debate at the capitol once again over election integrity. That is what Senator Sharon Hewitt, a Slidell Republican, has been met with as her bill to create oversight into voting machine purchases makes its way through the process. Senate Bill 221 creates a commission of officials and members of the public to work together to ...

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County proposes lodging tax review

Two of the three Baker County commissioners want to hire a consultant to coordinate a comprehensive review of how the county spends nearly half a million dollars in lodging taxes that guests at motels and other establishments pay annually. But that plan is contingent on Drew Martin, an attorney for the attorney, deeming it legally sound for the county to ...

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The city of Tacoma-REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ES21-0518F

City of Tacoma-REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ES21-0518F City of Tacoma Environmental Services REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ES21-0518F Center for Urban Waters Building Operations, Management, and Maintenance Services Submittal Deadline: 11:00 a.m., Pacific Time, Tuesday, June 15, 2021 Submittal Delivery: Sealed submittals will be received as follows: By Email: bids@cityoftacoma.org Maximum file size: 35 MB. Multiple emails may be sent for each submittal. ...

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Kennebunk mulls hiring streetlights policy consultant for LED project

KENNEBUNK, Maine – Should the town hire a consultant to review its streetlights policy and take a census on existing lights before it goes any further with its goal of converting the community to LEDs? Chair Blake Baldwin will have a motion for that question ready for his colleagues on the Kennebunk Select Board when they meet next on Tuesday, ...

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Port Authority, seeking to improve cargo operations at Newark Liberty, issues RFPs

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, responding to a sharp rise in demand for additional cargo space and services, announced Wednesday a major new initiative to expand its cargo facilities at Newark Liberty International Airport. The agency has issued a request for proposals to prequalified firms to lease, operate and maintain two of the airport’s major cargo buildings through ...

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Port NOLA Issues RFP for Louisiana terminal design contractor

The new container terminal will be capable of handling the largest container vessels and accommodate evolving shippers’ needs. The Port of New Orleans (NOLA) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for design and permit-support services for development of the Louisiana International Terminal in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana.  The new container terminal will be capable of handling the largest container vessels and accommodate evolving ...

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GAO Confirms Yet Another Benefit Of Mentor-Protégé Programs

Mentor-protégé programs, such as the government-wide one at the SBA for all small business concerns, are designed to help small contractors engage in federal contracting by allowing larger, more experienced mentor firms to provide assistance to protégés. Generally, the proteges receive financial, technical, or management aid from mentors, and the mentors may receive subcontracting goal credits, reimbursement of expenses, and other incentives ...

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Tridentis, LLC

Highlights Tridentis, LLC, a small business of Alexandria, Virginia, protests the disqualification of its proposal by the Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command, under request for proposals (RFP) No. N00178-19-R-3500, issued for ship integration services. Tridentis argues that its proposal was unreasonably excluded for not meeting a solicitation requirement that involved a matter of responsibility, and, therefore was ...

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Massachusetts Invites Bids for 1600 MW Offshore Wind Projects

Massachusetts electric utility companies have opened their third offshore wind solicitation, releasing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for up to 1,600 MW of offshore wind power, twice the capacity they contracted in the previous rounds. The Baker administration announced the RFP on Friday, for which confidential bids are due by September 16 and public proposal submission deadline is September 23. The winning ...

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Addition Of Soccer And Rugby Fields At Montague Park Gets Approval

A lease to Chattanooga Football Club to build soccer and rugby fields on land adjacent to the Sculpture Fields at Montague Park was approved by the Regional Planning Commission on Monday. The lease agreement went through a Request for Proposal process twice and the winning bid both times was the CFC. The first time was in August 2019 but because ...

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Massachusetts Issues RFP for Additional Offshore Wind Capacity

With backing from electric utilities, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says the state is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) for an additional offshore wind contract, according to a recent article from Milford Daily News. According to the article, the RFP seeks bids of “at least 400 MW and up to 1600 MW of offshore wind energy generation.”  The 1,600 MW that the ...

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Public Announcement – RFP Released For Southern Maryland Workforce Development Area One-Stop Operator

Southern Maryland Workforce Development Board and the Southern Maryland Chief Elected Officials have released a Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking a One-Stop Operator in Southern Maryland Workforce Development Area.   The RFP will be posted on https://somdworkforceboard.org/board-documents/ or you can email malaw528@aol.com to request the RFP.   The proposal is due June 11, 2021.  Source: https://southernmarylandchronicle.com/2021/05/11/public-announcement-rfp-released-for-southern-maryland-workforce-development-area-one-stop-operator/

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California community energy group signs PPA for 50MW / 200MWh solar-plus-storage project

Desert Community Energy also signed off-take deals for wind power with power producer Terra-Gen in February. Image: Desert Community Energy via Twitter, cropped by Andy Colthorpe. A long-term power purchase agreement has been signed for the output of a 50MW solar farm with 200MWh of battery storage, by Desert Community Energy, one of several Community Choice Aggregator (CCA) energy suppliers ...

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Legals for May 11, 2021

Superior Court of Washington, County of OKANOGAN In re: Petitioner/s (person/s who started this case): | No. 21-3-000542 SHELBY PETERS | Summons Served by Publication | (SMPB) And Respondent/s (other party/parties) | ERIK NELSON | ____________________________________|__________________________________ Summons Served by Publication (Note to Publisher: Publish everything but the text following unchecked boxes. Fill in the date of the first publication.) To ...

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Recent GAO Decision Demonstrates the Utility of Pre-award Protests

In a time of uncertain federal budgets and an increasingly crowded marketplace, contractors of all sizes are on the lookout for ways to enhance their chances of winning federal business opportunities. Step one in this process is, of course, the identification of the government’s needs—which are typically codified in requests for proposals or quotations. Step two (i.e., the “pursuit” phase) involves ...

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Rockville’s Aurinia Unveils Patient Navigation Grant Program to Address Access Barriers for Individuals Living with Lupus and Lupus Nephritis

– Company-sponsored program seeks proposals to help patients in the U.S. make informed health choices and support underserved populations with these conditions – – Submission process opens on World Lupus Day, Monday May 10, deadline to submit proposals is June 1, 2021 – VICTORIA, British Columbia & ROCKVILLE, Md.– Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: AUPH / TSX: AUP) (Aurinia or the Company) today, ...

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Replacing outdated public safety radio system still has Frederick supervisors at an impasse

WINCHESTER — How to proceed with replacing Frederick County’s outdated public safety radio system remains a contentious matter among members of the Frederick County Board of Supervisors. More than two years ago, an assessment of the system by Pennsylvania-based Mission Critical Partners identified numerous problems. For one, the system’s capacity is limited, with no frequencies transmitted countywide, and there are a ...

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Commentary: Need more fun, less funny business at Del Mar Fair

The 22nd Agricultural Association, a State agency that runs the county fair, recently announced there would be no carnival games, rides, or its quixotic food offerings at this year’s Fair. In its place would be “Homegrown Fun” a scaled down agricultural themed event. With the County now in the orange tier and the Padres welcoming back fans and outdoor events ...

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S.F. Port launches search for developers for historic Central Waterfront buildings

Building 49 and the Kneass Building flank Crane Cove Park on the Central Waterfront. The Port of San Francisco has officially launched a bid to solicit developers for the rehabilitation of two historic buildings that frame the Central Waterfront’s, Crane Cove Park.  The buildings, known as Building 49 and the Kneass Building, are remnants of the city’s shipbuilding legacy. They are 8,000 and ...

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A Recovery for All of Us: Mayor de Blasio Announces Plans to Advance City’s First Pandemic Response Institute

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking partners to launch and operate the Pandemic Response Institute (PRI), a new institution dedicated to preparing New York City for future pandemics and public health emergencies. The Institute is part of an ongoing vision, outlined in Mayor de ...

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BPDA Looking for Permission to Survey Navy Yard Area for Structural Damage

The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) will host its monthly Board meeting on April 15, and there will be a major request to survey the Navy Yard for structural issues – some of which have already popped up over the last few years in the form of sinkholes. The BPDA staff is looking to issue an RFP for a ...

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Trenton Convention and Visitors Bureau to investigate how other organizations operate; establish policies and procedures

The Trenton Convention and Visitors Bureau continued discussion on April 14th of how the organization will operate. The group agreed that it needed policies and procedures in addition to the ordinance. Group members are to check with other convention and visitors bureaus for reference as drafting begins. The policies and procedures will be shared with the city council. The organization heard ...

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Delco takes the first ‘physical step’ toward deprivatizing George W. Hill Correctional Facility

George W. Hill Correctional Facility in Delaware County. Delaware County’s Jail Oversight Board has unanimously decided to seek proposals for medical, food service, maintenance, information systems, and commissary services at the George W. Hill Correctional Facility — a major step toward deprivatizing the prison. “I think hiring the consultants was certainly a step, but by RFP-ing out certain portions of ...

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Assembly wants valuation before selling former Sitka hospital building

The Sitka Assembly is not quite ready to sell the former Sitka Community Hospital building — not yet, anyway. During a review on Tuesday night (4-13-21) of some draft language to solicit proposals, some assembly members hesitated because no starting price was listed, and others still weren’t convinced that leasing the building wasn’t the better option.   The assembly signaled interest in ...

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