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RFI Smart City Sensor Technology Meeting
There will be a Mandatory Request for Information Meeting on Smart City Sensor Technology
RFI Meeting-Riverfront Vending Under Gateway Arch
Request for Meeting for Concessions Under Gateway Arch - Lenor K. Sullivan Blvd.
Request for Proposal Riverfront Vending Gateway Arch
Riverfront Vending Services Under the Gateway Arch on Lenor K. Sullivan Blvd.
Real Estate Brokerage Services
Real Estate Brokerage Services document
Real Estate Title Services
Real Estate Title Services document
Real Estate Appraisal Evaluation Services
Real Estate Appraisal Evaluation Services document
Real Estate Appraisal Evaluation Services for Tax Sales
Real Estate Appraisal Evaluation Services for Tax Sales document
RFI Smart/Keyless Locker System for Visitors Corrections
RFI for Smart/Keyless Locker System for Visitors Corrections
Rail Upgrade Phase I Municipal River Terminal - RFP
Rail Upgrade Phase I Municipal River Terminal - RFP document
2018 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Request for Proposals - Prevention Category
2018 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Request for Proposals for the ESG Homeless Prevention category
General Investment Consultant RFP
Request for Proposal for General Investment Consultant for The Firemen's Retirement System of St. Louis
Summer NOFA 2018
Summer NOFA 2018
RFI - Smart City Technology Development and Deployment in the City of St. Louis Missouri
St. Louis Development Corporation (SLDC), on behalf the City of St. Louis Smart City Advisory Group (Advisory Group), is seeking information regarding smart city technologies in the City of St. Louis (City). This RFI provides an opportunity for vendors to pitch smart city technology solutions to address objectives within various City departments and agencies.
RFI Mass Communication System
The City of St. Louis is looking for information to help us create a contract for the purchase of a mass notification system. The target audience are the Citizens of the City of St. Louis, tourists and City employees, for use especially in emergency situations. It should allow us to merge data from different sources to create a comprehensive database for maximum reach of notifications. The vehicles will be text, cell calls, landlines and social media for two-way communication. Nonemergency messaging will also be included.

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