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Leon County Issues RFI for Integrated Library System

The integrated library system will serve seven locations across the county.

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The Leon County Government (LCG) released a request for information (RFI) on Tuesday seeking to learn more about an Integrated Library Management System (ILS) and a mobile app.

Key points in the RFI to note include:
  • More than 130,000 library cardholders are active, serving a population of over 290,000 Leon County residents.
  • The ILS contains around 320,000 items.
  • Vendors must include their capacity to provide a comprehensive solution alongside a mobile application supporting the ILS.
  • LCG asks vendors to provide estimates for required timelines, interface development, data migration, support, maintenance and disaster recovery.
  • The library uses SirsiDynix Symphony Workflows.

More details can be found under the scope of services section listed in the RFI.

The deadline to submit information is 4 p.m. March 22 via the OpenGov platform. The contact listed is Melanie Hooley.
Cristina Carter is a Tallahassee-based staff writer. She has a bachelor's degree in English literature and a master's degree in international affairs, both from Florida State University.