This Request for Proposal (RFP), prepared by the Region One Education Service Center Library and Technology Purchasing Co-op (hereinafter referred to as Library and Technology Purchasing Co-op) is soliciting proposals from qualified bidders to provide goods and services for PK-12 schools in the Region One area for approximately 420,000 students and over 600 campuses and other eligible entities in the Region One area. The Library and Technology Purchasing Co-op will provide consultants; instructional software/applications; library books, furniture, and supplies; magazine subscriptions, multi-media equipment; technology hardware and equipment; and other library and technology resources/services. Item descriptions, specifications and/or technical requirements are provided for items and an opportunity for Vendors to provide a price list/catalog for other items not specified in the items tab. Region One ESC and its Co-op members are required to conduct a cost or price analysis for the procurement of goods and/or services not listed in the items tab, and within the scope of services offered with this bid solicitation.
The Florida Division of Emergency Management (hereinafter referred to as the “Division” or “FDEM”) is soliciting bids from qualified vendors to provide the software, maintenance and professional services based upon Juvare’s WebEOC platform.
The Florida Department of Health released RFI # DOH19-049 for information on Point of Sale Tobacco Policy Training and Support. The Department shall conduct a comprehensive, statewide tobacco education and use prevention program consistent with the recommendations for effective program components contained in the 1999 Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs of the CDC, as amended by the CDC. As a policy area of the comprehensive statewide tobacco education program, the Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida must secure and manage services that enable the program to meet program standards according to Florida Statutes.
The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations released RFP # LABOR-FY2020-008 for Inmate Tablets for Correctional Education. The Department seeks a vendor to furnish up to 1,400 ADA compliant tablets for students/inmate users within all state prisons in Maryland. The tablets will provide access to evidence-based educational software programs, an electronic library, rehabilitation software intended to target recidivism, software geared towards reentry, career exploration, job search and resume building abilities.
The University of Southern Mississippi is looking for a software solution to be used in the plan to support student success and retention. The current Oracle PeopleSoft solution includes a Student Center requiring students to go to multiple screens and follow tedious navigation paths to accomplish basic course enrollment tasks. The University would like to provide students with a contemporary software solution that makes students’ tasks easier and increases the likelihood of success toward degree completion. The solution must provide user-friendly and mobile-friendly screens that allow students to view course availability, enroll in classes, and see their schedules in one place. Our University has invested heavily in the Oracle PeopleSoft student information system and we need a partner solution that is designed to work inside the Oracle PeopleSoft product.