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FRICTIONLESS ENGAGEMENT

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Services and solutions from companies like yours can make life better for millions of residents. But too often, a time-consuming and resource-draining solicitation process can suck out the motivation to move forward. At UrbanLeap, we make it quick, easy, and cost-effective for vendors to take part in bids, ensuring a win-win for everyone.  

HELP WANTED

Calls for Solutions to Urban Challenges

LP WANTED

Building Renovation, Waterproofing and Drainage, Historic Building

ITB - Historic Building Waterproofing and Drainage Improvement

City of Oberlin, OH

Submission deadline:

June 25, 2021 12:00pm EST

The City of Oberlin's Department of Planning and Development is inviting contractors to bid for the city's historic gasholder building waterproofing and drainage improvement project.

The successful bidder shall furnish all required supervision, labor, materials, equipment apparatus, tools, transportation, storage, permits, and all the necessary related items including insurance for a full and complete job as specified. All work shall be performed using the highest quality workmanship by personnel who are experienced in historic building repairs. All work shall be done according to the specifications outlined in the plans in the Attachment Section of this bid package. Pictures of the existing Historic Gasholder Building are also found in the Attachment Section.

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Cemetery underground scanning and mapping

RFP - Cemetery Sonography

Woodland Park, Colorado

Submission deadline:

May 10, 2021

The City of Woodland Park, Colorado is looking to  obtain,  through  the  services  of  the  Contractor:  1)  a  complete  map  of  the City  Cemetery showing each plot, verification of whether or not it is occupied, any plots which could be utilized for a regular burial that do not show up on the current cemetery map; GIS  data  overlaid  onto  an  existing  CAD  document  or  Google  Earth  image  show  the  location of each plot with the ability to input the names of owners and occupants of each plot, and create an interactive, searchable map of the cemetery.

Woodland Park is expanding the cemetery grounds to include the full 8.9 acres (approx.) of space. The city is accepting bid proposals from qualified professional firms to perform Ground Penetrating Radar services and survey services for the entire site, approximately 8.9 acres, of the City Cemetery in order to detect and map the location of all graves in the cemetery, and to provide a GPS map with coordinates of located items and reference items, in a searchable format. This work must be performed as specified in accordance with the specifications outlined by the Objectives and Scope of Work contained in this RFP. All surveying and GPS work performed by the Firm must be assembled and provided to the City in an acceptable format that is usable in ESRI ArcGIS once the project is complete.

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MOBILITY

Test Site Deployment Grant

The Office of Future Mobility and Electrification (OFME) and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

As part of the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform, the Testing Site Deployment Grant will accelerate innovation by providing mobility and electrification companies the opportunity to access Michigan’s advanced testing facilities: Mcity at University of Michigan, the American Center for Mobility (ACM), the GM Mobility Research Center at Kettering University, the Michigan Unmanned Aerial Space Consortium (MUASC), and  the Keweenaw Research Center (KRC), the Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC), and the Advanced Power Systems Research Center (APSRC) at Michigan Tech University. The reduced cost to companies will allow them to focus their resources on enhancing and proving their technologies, and deepen ties to Michigan's mobility ecosystem.

Please see additional details on the Michigan Mobility's webpage HERE.

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MOBILITY

Real World Deployment Grant

The Office of Future Mobility and Electrification (OFME) and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

As part of the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform, the Real World Deployment application provides mobility and electrification companies an opportunity to apply for grant funding to deploy their product/ service in real world environments with partners throughout the state of Michigan. Please see additional details on the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform webpage HERE.


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INNOVATION

REVIVE! Challenge

The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance

Submission deadline:

May 5th, 2021

Do you have a smart cities solution that addresses active transportation, economic data, public spaces, the digital divide, or housing stability? Get it in front of the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance’s member network for a chance to test and prove your solution in an array of real-world environments through the Revive! Challenge. Click here to submit by May 5th and help Colorado communities recover from the pandemic and its impacts using no- and low-cost ($5K annually) smart cities solutions, all while furthering resiliency and equity.

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Gym Facility

[Updated] Request for Quote - Gym Facility with Addendum

City of Belmont, NC

Submission deadline:

April 9, 2021

The Contractor will install gym flooring on an existing concrete floor and install gym equipment. The space is 1080 Square feet.

New - Addendum

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Civic Engagement Mobile App

Call for Proposals - Mobile App Design and Development

Town of Morrisville, NC

Submission deadline:

April 5, 2021

The Town of Morrisville is seeking an application development partner to conduct discovery, design, and planning for a future custom mobile application. This mobile application is intended to serve as the front-end application for both Town staff and Morrisville residents. The intent is for the mobile application to integrate with current systems and provide a centralized mobile solution for all things Morrisville.

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Fireworks Pyrotechnic Services

Request for Proposal - City of Woodland Park - Fireworks Pyrotechnic Services

City of Woodland Park, CO

Submission deadline:

March 19, 2021

The City of Woodland Park is seeking an experienced and qualified fireworks contractor, who has performed similar work for a minimum period of three (3) years, to furnish all labor, materials, equipment, design services, music performance rights, licenses, permits, insurance and other services necessary for providing state-of-the art, safe and exciting, choreographed aerial pyrotechnical fireworks display for the City of  Woodland Park's Independence Day Celebration, July 4, 2021 and/or Equivalent Date.

The Independence Day fireworks discharge site will be the Woodland Park High School. The event includes a fireworks display and one concert prior to the fireworks display. The primary viewing area will be the City's Memorial Park. The festival runs from 3:00 pm. to 9:00 pm, with the fireworks display to follow at approximately 9:15 p.m.The concert is performed by a separate band/company. Estimated attendance overall: 2,000 - 3,000.

The program objective shall be to create an innovative, continuous-fire, aerial level display visible to an audience viewing from the park and vantage points not immediately adjacent to the discharge site. To achieve this objective, the contractor is urged to include as many high bursting pieces as possible complimented by lower level aerial displays, allowing for appropriate layering and balance of the overall program with no perceptible breaks or gaps in the display.

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Emergency Operations Center Audio-Visual Equipment

Town of Morrisville, NC - Emergency Operations Center

Town of Morrisville, NC

Submission deadline:

March 26, 2021

The Town of Morrisville is seeking a vendor to submit a proposal to provide and install audio-visual equipment for the Town’s Emergency Operations Center. The selected vendor will be responsible for:

• Identifying suitable locations for mounting equipment. Please note: the selected vendor will be required to work with, and receive approval from, the Town’s Public Works and other departments prior to the mounting of equipment.

• Providing installation services for the equipment.

• Providing all necessary accessories including power adapters, display cables, etc. for equipment to be fully functional.
• Providing training to operate audio/visual equipment if needed.

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Public Wi-Fi

Town of Morrisville, NC - Public Wi-Fi Request for Proposal

Town of Morrisville, NC

Submission deadline:

February 5, 2021

The Town of Morrisville, NC is soliciting proposals from qualified professionals to design and install public Wi-Fi.

The Town anticipates a “turnkey” full service process. To that end, vendors shall, at a minimum:

  • Provide system design
  • Provide necessary equipment including access points, antennas, power supplies, firewalls, switches, etc.
  • Identify suitable locations for mounting equipment. Please note: the selected vendor will be required to work with, and receive approval from, the Town’s Public Works and other departments for the use of town infrastructure for the mounting of equipment. Further, the Town will provide as much assistance as possible in negotiating potential infrastructure locations.
  • Provide installation services for equipment (The vendor will be responsible for securing any required permits, if applicable.)
  • Provide necessary software and latest firmware updates
  • Conduct necessary testing to assure acceptable service in the coverage area
  • Provide and administer the manufacturer’s warranty
  • Provide the necessary training to Town Staff
  • Provide post installation support of the system

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Membership Opportunity

Colorado Smart Cities Alliance (CSCA) Membership Form

The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance (CSCA)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

UrbanLeap is happy to inform you that our partners at CSCA are inviting you to become a member.

The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance (CSCA), a first-of-its-kind initiative in the United States, is a statewide, multi-jurisdictional, public-private-academic coalition seeking to make Colorado a leader in the development of intelligent, 21st century infrastructure, improving everything from transportation and housing to public safety and the environment for the state’s 5.5-plus million residents.

The Alliance's success depends on a diverse, engaged, and collaborative network committed to partnering to solve today’s most pressing civic challenges. To that end, we're seeking private sector members interested in finding government partners they can learn from, collaborate with, and trust to fill a mutual need. In particular, we are looking for new members of a specific size and expertise to fill gaps in our current membership network. If your company is interested in joining our innovation model, please carefully consider our membership structure and tell us why you'd be a good partner by completing this intake form.

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Innovation

The Connective Vendor Project Solution Form

The Connective for Greater Phoenix

Submission deadline:

Rolling

The Connective is a public-private partnership consortium which brings together twenty-two cities and towns, Maricopa County, Arizona State University, Maricopa Community College District, regional utility providers, regional planning civic institutions, and private industry technology providers to create the Greater PHX Smart Region. Collectively, the Connective is focused on identifying, developing, and testing innovative technology solutions which improve the quality of life for all within the Region, and providing the collaborative framework for implementing proven solutions at scale.

The Connective is seeking new technology solutions which support the Core Regional Goals of:

  • Improving Quality of Life
  • Driving Equity across the Region
  • Enhancing Revenue
  • Promoting Sustainability and Resilience
  • Supporting Regional Economic Competitiveness

While all potential innovative solutions are welcome, the Connective communities have identified the following five Priority Impact Categories, which are of particular interest in the Greater PHX Region:

  • Circular Economy & Recycling:How might we utilize technology to leverage regional policies and assets to extract the maximum value from previously consumed resources to develop new sustainable models which reduce our carbon footprint while deriving new sources of revenue and / or cost savings?
  • Digital Equity & Service Delivery:How might we utilize technology to provide better and more reliable access to digital and social services for disadvantaged, disparate, and underserved communities to combat homelessness and the growing digital divide?
  • Public Safety & Resiliency:How might we utilize technology to better prepare, inform, and respond to large- and small-scale emergency situations, while providing safe and secure communities and events for all residents and visitors of the Region?
  • Transportation & Mobility:How might we utilize technology to optimize the flow of people and goods across the region to reduce congestion, ensure a safe arrival at the final destination, and create a comfortable and efficient journey for all?
  • Innovation in Government:How might we utilize technology to drive efficiencies in local government to enable more informed decision making, optimize resources, develop innovative revenue streams and cost savings initiatives, and provide better more sustainable services across the Region?

Please fill out the following form to help us understand how your proposed solution can help the Connective and our Member Communities deliver impactful outcomes for all within the Greater Phoenix Smart Region.

Proposals will be assessed by the Connective Member Communities based on the potential impact of the solution as it relates to the Regional Core Goals and Priority Impact Categories, and the existing needs of our communities.

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COVID-19

Citizen Request Management Software

UrbanLeap on behalf of CA based customer

Submission deadline:

Rolling

UrbanLeap's customers are constantly engaging in initiatives to upgrade and modernize their administrative business processes and related legacy technology systems that currently support their business operations.  

While UrbanLeap does not promote vendors or solution providers, our objective is to present a variety of solutions to our 70+ local agency customers and to help them discover and test new solutions.

As part of this initiative, UrbanLeap is issuing a Call for Proposals for Citizen Request Management (CRM) tools, or package of integrated tools.

UrbanLeap encourages respondents to provide a statement or description of how their product or service can encourage or support digital inclusion across all populations. We are interested in incorporating as many of these principles as possible into our catalogue of CRM / 311 App solutions to help our customers push digital inclusion further.

If you think your solution can deliver meaningful outcomes in local communities, please fill out this form to help us understand what your solution can provide.

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COVID-19

Social Distancing and Mask Wearing Monitoring Solutions

UrbanLeap on behalf of Nevada based customer

Submission deadline:

Rolling

UrbanLeap's customers are constantly engaging in initiatives to upgrade and modernize their administrative business processes and related legacy technology systems to address the challenges COVID-19 poses to local agencies and local communities.

While UrbanLeap does not promote vendors or solution providers, our objective is to present a variety of solutions to our 70+ local agency customers and to help them discover solutions to their most pressing challenges.

As part of this initiative, UrbanLeap is issuing a Call for Proposals for Social Distancing Monitoring solutions to enable local agencies to follow state protocols for social distancing and mask wearing (eg. AI-based cameras, etc…)

If you think your solution can deliver meaningful outcomes in local communities, please fill out this form to help us understand what your solution can provide.

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Strategic Priorities

City of Las Vegas

City of Las Vegas

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Thank you for your interest in working with the city of Las Vegas. Please fill out this form to help us understand what your organization can provide. Proposals are assessed based on city priorities, potential impact, and existing needs.

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Innovation

Sacramento Urban Technology Lab Open Call

Sacramento Urban Technology Lab (SUTL)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Mayor Steinberg launched the Sacramento Urban Technology Lab (SUTL) to accelerate quality of life for residents through urban innovation partnerships. Got a product or service you want to launch, grow, or scale in Sacramento? We want to hear from you.

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Open Call

City of Tel Aviv

City of Tel Aviv

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Thank you for your interest in working with the City of Tel Aviv. Please fill out this form to help us understand what your organization can provide. Proposals are assessed based on city priorities, potential impact, and existing needs.

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Efficency

City of Hayward

City of Hayward

Submission deadline:

Rolling

We are looking for new solutions and technology upgrades to drive the efficiency and productivity of the organization.

If you think your solution can help us achieve this objective, please fill out this form to help us understand what your solution can provide.

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Economic Development

City of Aurora

City of Aurora

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Economic development, citizen access to technology, public safety and education are global priorities for the city of Aurora. The City’s Technology Strategic Plan supports these priorities to achieve economic growth and drive efficiency and productivity of City Divisions, implementing the necessary technology upgrades to safety and security measures for government operations, and building a responsive, customer service experience for residents.

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Vulnerable population

Homelessness

City of Corona, CA

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Thank you for your interest in working with the City of Corona.

The City of Corona seeks to strengthen its mission-critical work to prevent homelessness. Through outreach and advocacy, we can help homeless individuals and families in all parts of the City. Cooperation among city staff, volunteers, nonprofit and private organizations to address homelessness can make positive changes in the lives of the homeless while also upholding the rights of home and business owners.

If you think your solution can help us achieve this objective, please fill out this form to help us understand what your organization can provide.

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COVID-19

COVID-19 Emergency Toolkit

UrbanLeap on behalf of all customers

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Given the recent coronavirus impacts on local governments across the country, UrbanLeap is helping its customers and partners discover and test new solutions and technology upgrades to address the myriad of challenges that the COVID-19 crisis poses to local governments.

While UrbanLeap does not promote vendors or solution providers, our objective is to present a variety of solutions to our 50+ local agency customers and to help them build a COVID-29 Emergency Response toolkit, with solutions that address both immediate needs from the pandemic and longer-term strategies.

UrbanLeap encourages respondents to provide a statement or description of how their product or service can encourage or support digital inclusion across all populations. While this is not a success metric for proposals, we are interested in incorporating as many of these principles as possible into our catalogue of COVID-19 solutions to help our customers push digital inclusion further during this time.

If you think your solution can deliver meaningful outcomes in local communities, please fill out this form to help us understand what your solution can provide.

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COVID-19

District of Columbia - COVID-19

District of Columbia

Submission deadline:

Rolling

D.C. Government is currently focused on the response to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency and the successful reopening of District businesses and services, with the goal of making the best-informed decisions to keep all of us safe. Many leaders in the industry are also working on this same goal. If you have an idea or opportunity you would like to share with us please provide us details including the problem you think you can solve below.

Note: Please note that this form is for submitting partnering opportunities and tech solutions for DC Government directly related to the COVID-19 response. This form should not be used for general vendor requests. Please visit smarter.dc.gov or follow this link for all other submissions. All submissions are considered unsolicited proposals.

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COVID-19

Kiosks and Digital Signage

SMC Labs (San Mateo, CA)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

To prepare bringing the public back to the County of San Mateo’s facilities in a safe environment through the COVID-19 journey, SMC Labs -- the County’s innovation center -- is looking for kiosk and digital signage solutions for indoor navigation, indoor map management, & seamless indoor/outdoor way-finding.

If you think your solution can address one or more of these use cases, please fill out this form to help the County understand what your solution can provide. Proposals will be assessed based on the potential impact of your solution and their adequacy with SMC Lab’s safe space planning.

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COVID-19

Remote Learning Solutions

UrbanLeap on behalf of CA based customer

Submission deadline:

Rolling

UrbanLeap's customers are constantly engaging in initiatives to upgrade and modernize their administrative business processes and related legacy technology systems to address the challenges COVID-19 poses to local agencies and local communities.

While UrbanLeap does not promote vendors or solution providers, our objective is to present a variety of solutions to our 70+ local agency customers and to help them discover solutions to their most pressing challenges.

As part of this initiative, UrbanLeap is issuing a Call for Proposals for Remote Learning Solutions to organize and deliver distance learning programs across school districts where schools will remain closed at the opening of the school year, while ensuring digital inclusion and digital equity.

UrbanLeap encourages respondents to provide a statement or description of how their product or service can encourage or support digital inclusion across all populations. We are interested in incorporating as many of these principles as possible into our catalogue of e-learning solutions to help our customers push digital inclusion further during this time.

If you think your solution can deliver meaningful outcomes in local communities, please fill out this form to help us understand what your solution can provide.


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Mobility

MARTA - Call for Vendors

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)

Submission deadline:

Rolling

Solutions are assessed based on potential impact and existing needs. The goals for 2020 are as follows:

  • Increase Ridership
  • Autonomous Transportation
  • Electric Vehicles

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