POLICE CANINE TRAINING VENDOR
The City of Newark (“City”) is seeking proposals from vendors interested in providing Law Enforcement canine training to the Newark Police Department.
The Newark Police Department has two positions dedicated to the Canine Program. The police canines are a tremendous asset to the department and community and are often referred to as a resource multiplier. The canines utilize their essential abilities of smell, sight, speed, and agility in the performance of their duties. They can do the work of a team of officers in half the time. Their presence alone on a violent crime call, a felony vehicle stop, or when contacting a group of gang members can gain the compliance of multiple suspects or convince the smarter suspects who are hiding or fleeing to surrender. The use of canines is imperative in deterring crime and provides protection for officers and the community. When K9 officers are not responding to calls, they are directed to patrol the businesses, residential areas, and parks of the city to deter and detect crime.
The request for proposals (RFP) describes the background, scope of services and content of the proposal, selection criteria, proposal submission instructions, and schedule.
Proposals are due by August 30, 2018.
For more information, click RFP for Canine Training Vendor.
REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS OF DESIGN-BUILD ENTITIES FOR THE NEWARK CIVIC CENTER
The City of Newark (City) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from Design-Build (D/B) Entities interested in preparing design-build documents and constructing the Newark Civic Center Project (Project) based upon schematic design and bridging documents prepared by the architectural firm of Heller Manus Architects. The project is located on the existing City Civic Center site, 37101 Newark Boulevard, Newark, California.
The project includes the construction of three new buildings, the remodel of an existing building, and on-site and off-site improvements. Construction will occur at the existing Civic Center site, located at 37101 Newark Boulevard, Newark, California. The project consists of:
• A new 25,570 square foot, two-story, City Administration Building,
• A new 25,470 square foot, two-story Library Building,
• A new 17,520 square foot, single-story Police Building,
• A remodeled 15,570 square foot, single-story Training Center (building currently houses the Library),
• Demolition of the existing 32,000 square foot, seven-story building City Administration Building (building currently houses City administrative functions and the police department),
• On-site improvements, and
• Off-site improvements (including sidewalks, street median reconfigurations, and traffic signal)
All questions or clarifications regarding the Project or the SOQ process shall be directed to: Ray Collier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Statement of Qualifications are due before 2:00 p.m. on Monday, August 20, 2018.
For more information, click Request for Qualifications of D-B Entities for the Newark Civic Center
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: CITYWIDE THERMOPLASTIC STREET STRIPING (Project 1222)
The City Council of the City of Newark invites sealed bids for the construction of public improvements for the 2018-2019 Citywide Thermoplastic Street Striping, Project 1222, City of Newark, Alameda County, California.
Bids shall be enclosed in a sealed opaque envelope. The envelope shall be sealed and clearly marked on its face with the Bidder’s name, address and the notation “SEALED BID ENCLOSED, CITY OF NEWARK” with an identification of the PROJECT NAME, PROJECT NUMBER and BID DATE as identified on this Notice to Bidders. If the bid is sent by mail, the sealed bid envelope shall be enclosed in a separate mailing envelope/box. The mailing envelope/box shall also be clearly marked on its face with the notation “SEALED BID ENCLOSED, CITY OF NEWARK” with an identification of the PROJECT NAME, PROJECT NUMBER and BID DATE as identified on this Notice to Bidders.
Sealed bids must be delivered to the office of the City Cashier of the City of Newark at 37101 Newark Boulevard, First Floor Cashier Counter, Newark, California, before 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 28, 2018. At that time, all bids will be publicly opened, examined and declared.
The improvements are generally described as follows:
Provide labor, equipment, materials and services for traffic control, installing thermoplastic/paint pavement striping and markings, installing new raised pavement markers striping, or replacing missing or damaged raised pavement markers in accordance with the existing pavement marker patterns throughout the City of Newark as requested by the City Engineer on an on-call and as needed basis.
Specifications for the work may be obtained at the City of Newark Public Works Department, 37101 Newark Boulevard (First Floor), Newark, California, for a non-refundable fee of $20 per set. For information regarding obtaining Specifications, or a list of plan holders, please contact Ms. Charlotte Allison at (510) 578-4452 or by E-mail to email@example.com. All technical questions should be directed to Senior Civil Engineer, Ms. Trang Tran at (510) 578‑4298 or by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, click Notice to Contractors (Project 1222).
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - SERVER AND SAN VIRTUALIZATION, DR SOLUTION AND RELATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
The City of Newark is seeking a proposal for the purchase and implementation of a
Virtualized/Hyper converged Infrastructure (HCI) solution. The current server and storage architecture utilized by the City has reached the end of service life and is due to be replaced. The City of Newark would like to take this opportunity to modernize its infrastructure with a Virtualized/Hyper converged solution to replace all data center based computer and storage systems.
The City of Newark Computer Room (i.e. data center) is located at City Hall, 37101 Newark Boulevard. The City currently operates a conventional one server-one application environment using direct attached storage as well as a 10 terabyte SAN spanned across three servers. The total storage requirement should be 20-30 terabytes spread across a hybrid SAN or a hyper converged SAN solution. These applications include Microsoft Windows 2008/2012 file and print sharing; Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 as well as Police applications.
Sealed proposals must be delivered to the City Cashier of the City of Newark at 37101 Newark Boulevard, First Floor Cashier Counter, Newark, California, before 2:00 p.m. Thursday, August 30th, 2018.
All responses must be sealed and clearly marked “PROPOSAL – Server and SAN Virtualization, DR solution and related professional services” and include on the cover, your company name, point-of-contact name, address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address. Faxed submissions will not be accepted.
Contract award will be determined based on the number of proposals received. Vendors should be available for questions concerning their proposal.
Please direct any question concerning this Request for Proposal before August 24th to:
City of Newark
Attn: Larry Kezar, IT Manager
37101 Newark Blvd.
Newark, Ca 94560
For more information, click RFP Server Virtualization and Consolidation.