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DOJ Takes Another Run at Gambling System Replacement

The California Department of Justice has issued an RFI for a licensing system replacement in the hopes of engaging vendors following an RFQ that failed to garner bids.

The California Department of Justice’s Bureau of Gambling Control (BGC) has issued a request for information for a licensing system replacement. An earlier request for quotation (RFQ 23-162) received no bids, according to the package documents.

The DOJ is requesting information pertaining to a one-year engagement that includes pricing for a complete solution, as well as pricing for software and services including implementation, maintenance and subscription costs.

The BGC works with the California Gambling Control Commission to regulate the state’s gambling industry to “ensure that gambling is conducted honestly, competitively and free from criminal and corruptive elements,” according to the bureau’s website.

The last day to submit questions is 2 p.m. March 7, and final submissions are due no later than 2 p.m. March 12. Thomas Simonin is the point of contact for this RFI.
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.