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03/19/2008
1.Modesto (CA) Seeks Mesh Video Surveillance for Downtown
The Modesto Police Department (MPD) requests competitive sealed proposals for the supply, delivery, installation and warranting of a video surveillance camera system for the downtown area of the City of Modesto. Proposals due April 29, 2008 and Bidders Conference is April 1, 2008.
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2.Sioux Falls (SD) Airport Releases WLAN RFP
The scope of work is for the design, installation, management, and operation of CRAC owned and branded enterprise class Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) for the purpose of providing high-speed wireless Internet service to the traveling public, Terminal Building tenants, and/or Airport Departments staff throughout the Terminal Building (Terminal) of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority at no cost to the traveling public. Proposals due April 11, 2008.
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3.UNC Chapel Hill RFP for Cisco Access Points
This RFP is a standing order to purchase Cisco AP's and related products. Proposals due March 28, 2008.
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4.Cottage Grove (OR) Seeks Fiber Construction
Contractors may bid on one, two, or all three segments. Plans, specifications and other bidding documents may be obtained at the Office of Public Works, City of Cottage Grove, 400 E. Main Street, Cottage Grove, Oregon 97424 (541-942-3349) for a deposit of fifteen dollars ($15.00) for each segment document set. Proposals due April 3, 2008.
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5.Colorado Springs (CO) Utilities RFP for Fiber
Proposals due April 10, 2008.
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6.Livingston (MI) Commissioners Approve Countywide Network
The purpose of Wireless Livingston is to blanket the County with a wireless internet service. Citizens, business entities, and governmental entities will all benefit from this wireless internet service. A contractor will install, operate, manage, own, and maintain the wireless internet service. Livingston County will not be responsible for any costs or fees associated with the installation, operation, management, ownership, and/or maintenance of the wireless internet service.
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7.Seattle (WA) March 19, 2008 Hearing on Fiber, RFP Likely
Officials plan to brief the City Council's energy and technology committee March 19 2008 on their plans to put out a formal request for proposals in September, said city Chief Technology Officer Bill Schrier. A city-commissioned task force in 2005 identified extending fiber all the way to homes and businesses, known as fiber-to-the-premise, as the best way to provide Seattle's populace with high-bandwidth voice, video and data options.
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