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Contra Costa Superior Court Looks for Wayfinding Kiosk Vendor

In a request for proposals issued May 9, the court system called for vendor proposals to outfit six courthouses with multilingual wayfinding kiosks.

The Contra Costa Superior Court has issued a request for proposals for multilingual kiosks for six courthouses around the county. Officials issued the solicitation May 9.

The wayfinding devices — to be placed in lobbies and waiting areas — will help visitors navigate the facilities in several languages, both written and verbally.

“The kiosks will disseminate information visually in maps, in writing, and through audio in five languages including but not limited to English, Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese and Punjabi based on local community needs,” the RFP notes.

The contract for this RFP will be for a one-year term with the potential for a one-year renewal. Those submitting proposals should “either be a kiosk hardware provider or a provider of software for wayfinding kiosks.”

Questions about the solicitation are due by 5 p.m. May 23; proposals are due by 5 p.m. May 31. The point of contact for this RFP is Santosh Shah.
Eyragon is the Managing Editor for Industry Insider — California. He previously served as the Daily News Editor for Government Technology. He lives in Sacramento, Calif.