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Long Beach Preps for Land Management System RFP

The city of Long Beach will soon be releasing a request for proposals for the replacement of its on-premises legacy Enterprise Land Management solution.

Aerial view of Long Beach, Calif.
The city of Long Beach is preparing to release a request for proposals (RFP) for a modern cloud-based Enterprise Land Management (ELM) solution, according to a consultant assisting with the development of the solicitation package.

The new system will replace the Community Development Department’s existing on-premises, legacy ELM solution, said a representative from the city's consultant in an email.

The RFP is slated to be released later this summer with an award expected in early 2025.

The statement of work and other details will not be shared in advance of the solicitation’s release. The city would also prefer not to be contacted before the package is released to the public, and as such, no point of contact has been provided.

In the meantime, vendors are encouraged to register with the Long Beach Buys procurement portal before the RFP is released.
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.