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Florida Department of Transportation

These opportunities are at the Florida Department of Transportation and the Florida Department of Revenue.
During the first quarter, the department acquired goods and services from SHI International Corp., Taylor'd HVAC Services Inc., Insight Public Sector Inc. and several other providers.
The Best of Florida Awards, announced during the Florida Digital Government Summit this week, honored several public agencies’ efforts to improve the constituent experience.
The Florida Department of Transportation aims to significantly decrease wrong-way driving incidents by integrating technologies such as the microwave vehicle detection system, CCTV and electronic messaging boards.
The requested solution must allow each smart work zone trailer to remotely monitor work zones, gather and analyze mobility and safety data, and transmit alerts to the department.
The chosen candidate would maintain and support the Florida Department of Transportation’s endpoint configuration management environment within its computing infrastructure.
The Florida Department of Transportation is seeking a turnkey pedestrian detection system for moveable bridges within FDOT District One, which could potentially impact cities such as Arcadia, Bartow, Bradenton, Cape Coral, Englewood, Fort Myers, Haines City and more.
As Gov. Ron DeSantis reviews the state Legislature’s recently published $117.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2024-2025, Industry Insider — Florida has reviewed the 524-page document outlining potential tech funding for various state agencies.
If selected by the Florida Department of Transportation, the chosen vendor would provide the agency’s fifth district with a “Digital Analytics Notification for Incident and Event Localization” system to enhance traffic monitoring.
In the second half of 2023, the Florida Department of Transportation purchased goods and services from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, PC Solutions and Integration Inc., SHI International Corp. and more.
Primary job responsibilities include leading large program and project efforts for on-premises and cloud implementations and creating procurement documents such as requests for information and invitations to bid.
After implementing a $200,000 pilot program with one.network in April 2022, the Florida Department of Transportation is extending its contract with the company for $2.5 million for three more years.
To qualify for the opportunity, vendors must be able to install fiber-optic connection hardware and provide controller accessories and an uninterruptible power supply.
In recent “One-on-One” interviews, chief information officers from two state agencies and two cities shared some of the technology challenges they have faced, along with their thoughts on IT procurement.
During the year’s third quarter, the Florida Department of Transportation purchased goods and services from Computer Aid, Granny’s Alliance Holdings, SHI International Corp. and more.
The Florida Department of Transportation wants to acquire an intelligent transportation systems facility management global positioning system to simplify processes and increase positional accuracy.
The department maintains the state’s public transportation network and its IT office has an annual budget of $61 million.
As part of Industry Insider — Florida’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
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