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18-1706 - Water Resources and Water Services Data Strategy Project

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Basic Information

Reference Number

0000131952

Issuing Organization

City of Calgary

Solicitation Type

RFP - Request for Proposal (Formal)

Solicitation Number

18-1706

Title

Water Resources and Water Services Data Strategy Project

Source ID

PU.MU.Alta..17283.C10058

Details

Location

Canada, Alberta, Calgary and Area

Dates

Publication

2018-10-05 15:22 MDT

Question Acceptance Deadline

2018-10-22 16:00 MDT

Questions are submitted online

Yes

Closing Date

2018-10-26 16:00 MDT

Contact Information

Phillip Lawrence

403-268-4666

plawrence@calgary.ca

Description

The City of Calgary (The City) is seeking a qualified consulting firm to complete a Data Strategy Project for the Water Resources and Water Services business unit in the Utilities and Environmental Protection (UEP) Department. The project will include the analysis of the business needs across four key lines of business (water, sanitary, stormwater, and customer) taking into consideration the utilities customer focus needs and requirements. After gathering all of the data and performing analysis around maintenance responsibilities, sources of data, data entities and attributes, data quality needs, security, and metrics, the project will identify which systems or applications should house the data, where it should be managed, stored and distributed, and which system is or should be the system of record.

Any Agreement resulting from this opportunity will have a duration lasting until project completion.

This procurement process is not intended to create and will not create a formal legally binding bidding process and will instead be governed by the law applicable to direct commercial negotiations.

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Bid Submission Process

Bid Submission Type

Electronic Bid Submission

Pricing

In attached document

Pricing

In attached document

Bid Documents List
Item Name Description Mandatory
Bid Documents Documents defining the proposal Yes