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Florida Department of Management Services

The Department of Management Services' new request for proposals aims to establish a state term contract for digital security solutions.
During the first quarter, the department acquired goods and services from Insight Public Sector Inc., Alltech Consulting Inc., InterfaceSERVICES Inc. and several other providers.
The Department of Management Services has issued a request for information for vendors to replace the Florida Interoperability Network with a more modernized system that can integrate into public safety radio systems.
The department is seeking information from vendors on scalable governance, risk and compliance platform solutions that can be purchased or licensed by the department across various state agencies.
During a National Association of State Procurement Officials webinar, the state’s purchasing division shared how it has simplified its quarterly sales reporting process for vendors and contract managers by integrating into MyFloridaMarketPlace.
In recently updated budget documents is a proposal that could potentially impact local governments’ ability to maintain and implement security measures.
The department supports state agencies with business-related functions and has an estimated annual IT budget of $35.4 million.
The hybrid public meeting has been scheduled for Jan. 25, allowing both in-person and remote participation.
Active state contracts include 17 focused on IT-related needs, from national vehicles such as NASPO to general contracts such as one for cloud solutions.
In 2023, reinforcing cybersecurity was top of mind for state agencies, resulting in projects such as a Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program, establishing data governance guidelines, reducing redundant data and more.
For vendors interested in doing business with the state’s government, here are a few tips on executing and advancing procurement opportunities.
The chosen candidate would oversee the department’s web-based human resource information system, which serves more than 1.2 million users.
During the year’s third quarter, the Florida Department of Management Services purchased goods and services from L3Harris Technologies Inc., Accenture LLP and more.
The city of Sanibel and Lee County are set to participate in the Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program, a $30 million initiative aimed at empowering local governments with cybersecurity solutions.
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