Author: Nicholas Susi

CLOSED: Seeking Vendor to Conduct Critical Matchmaking Between Vision Zero Research and Practice

The City of Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (oTIS), with support and funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC) Transportation and Community Development Initiative (TCDI), is seeking vendors to engage Philadelphia’s robust research community on the

CLOSED: Using Technology to Create a Smart City, Request for Ideas

Download PDF Version The City of Philadelphia, a pioneer in innovative technology adoption, aims to create a multi-purpose wireless network that can enhance the City’s ability to deliver quality services to Philadelphians and creatively address digital divide challenges through a

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Closed-Request for Ideas – Innovative Technology to Measure Paving Condition

The Philadelphia Streets Department is interested in receiving ideas for implementing innovative, cost efficient technology for measuring the pavement condition of its roadways. Context: The Philadelphia Streets Department strategically works to allocate limited resources in the most cost efficient manner

Closed-Seeking creative research on Philadelphians’ traffic knowledge and behavior

The Philadelphia Streets Department, in partnership with the Office of Innovation & Technology (OIT) and the Mayor’s Office, is seeking proposals to understand the gaps in traffic knowledge in Philadelphia to inform future policy and projects that will reduce and

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Closed-Seeking unconventional and creative marketing + outreach

The Office of Innovation & Technology (OIT), in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office and with funding from the Bloomberg Philanthropies, seeks to hire an individual, firm, or team to help us undertake some attention-getting outreach and marketing for planned upgrades

Closed-Seeking proposals to improve/replace the Big ideas PHL website

The Office of Innovation & Technology (OIT), in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office and with funding from the Bloomberg Philanthropies, is seeking proposals to replace the Big ideas PHL website. Big Ideas PHL hosts solicitations for professional service contracts less

Crafting a Toolkit to Enable Pilots in City Procurement

A Request For Proposals From: The City of Philadelphia’s Office of New Urban Mechanics For: Analytical, design and, likely, web services and the creation of two specific deliverables Crafting a Toolkit to Enable Pilots in City Procurement: Lessons Learned from Philadelphia’s

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