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In the past, public procurement offices would maintain a bulletin board upon which the Procurement Officials would post solicitations (RFPs, IFBs and RFQs) for public notice.  Vendors would request a copy and receive a copy in the mail a few days later.  In the digital age, UB now posts current solicitations  on this "electronic bid board"  for download by interested merchants. 

Questions about the solicitation should be directed to the procurement official named in the solicitation document.

WARNING: Prospective offerors who download the document from this site, or have received this document from a source other than the Issuing Office should immediately contact the Issuing Office and provide their name and mailing address in order that amendments to the RFP or other communications can be sent to them. Any prospective vendors who fails to notify the Issuing Office with this information assumes complete responsibility in the event that they do not receive communications from the Issuing Office prior to the closing date.  If a prospective offeror downloads the RFP from this site, that prospective offeror is responsible for downloading any and all amendments and/or addenda to the RFP.

Current Solicitations

University of Baltimore RFP UB-17-B-9 to select a contractor to develop, implement, and manage a Maryland bar review course for academic credit for the University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center, per the specifications, terms and conditions of RFP.

Proposals are due on October 13, 2016 at 3:00 PM.  Submit questions to Blair Blankinship, Director of Procurement,


The University of Baltimore is seeking to contract with a firm who can provide Fire Alarm Preventive Maintenance and Sprinkler Systems & Fire Pumps Testing for the UB campus.  Attached is a copy of the solicitation #UB17-W-08, for your review.  PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT VIA RETURNED EMAIL.

There will be a Pre-proposal Conference held on October 4, 2016 at 10:00 am in the Merrick School of Business located at 11 West Mt. Royal Avenue, rm. 141.  Proposals are due by 3:00 pm on October 24, 2016.  If you have any questions, please email them to 


RFP UB 17-B-05 To select a web developer to develop a website that interactively display arts and culture data and analysis of Baltimore neighborhoods.

Proposal Due Date and Time:  September 25, 2016 at 3:00 PM



BNIA-JFI is the project manager for the Baltimore Arts & Culture Mapping Project (Mapping Project). The goal of the Baltimore Arts & Culture Mapping Project is to create an open-access, data-driven, and web based map tool that supports cultural planning and creative placemaking, and, ultimately, highlights the importance of arts and culture to the development of cities.

The purpose of this RFP is to select a web developer to create an interactive, web-based, geo-referenced, and, preferably, open-sourced cultural mapping tool that can be updated over time. The cultural mapping tool should be able to elegantly accommodate backend and crowdsourced data updates and preferably accommodate open-sourced development to reduce ongoing maintenance costs in the future. BNIA will be collecting and integrating a variety of datasets from different sources, preparing the data for standardized georeferencing, and establishing protocols with partners to update data with routine frequency. BNIA utilizes a PostGres database to reposit and combine data from partners. Data will need to be layered onto the mapping tool and include point/line/polygon-based layers of organizationally-maintained and crowdsourced arts-related data and a base layer of annually-updated neighborhood-based Vital Signs data.

We are looking for a developer who can develop the querying protocols for displaying public data from the BNIA PostGres database on the web based mapping tool that must accommodate routine data updates from both the back-end as well as crowdsourced information from the front-end. The developer will work to implement the user interface designs provided by the entity under a separate design RFP.


Amendment Number One to University of Baltimore RFP UB-17-B-05.  The Amendment provides answers to questions asked.  The due date for proposals remains September 25, 2016 at 3:00 PM.

Request For Proposals (RFP) No. UB-16-N-25 [e-Maryland Marketplace No. MDR2831027228] for Library e-Resources Licensing and Subscription Management Services for the Maryland Educational Enterprise Consortium (MEEC).
Issue Date:    June 6, 2016 
Preproposal Conference: June 14, 2016 
Deadline for Questions: June 28, 2016 
Due Date for Proposals: July 12, 2016 at 3:00 PM

The Maryland Digital Library (MDL), Maryland Library Consortium (MLC), University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions Library Consortium (USMAI), and other library entities in  The State of Maryland (hereafter “Customers”) are seeking proposals through the Maryland Educational Enterprise Consortium (MEEC) from qualified organizations interested in serving as a licensing and negotiation facilitator (hereafter “the Contractor”) for electronic resources such as e-journals, databases, e-books, streaming video, and/or other online information resources.

The preproposal conference will be made available via WebEx using the GoToMeeting.  Parties interested in participating in the preproposal conference may dial-in using the information in the RFP document.

Direct Questions to Blair Blankinship, 410-837-5714


Amendment Number Two to University of Baltimore RFP UB-16-N-25.  The Amendment provides answers to questions asked.  The due date for proposals remains July 12, 2016 at 3:00 PM.

Amendment #1 to RFP UB-16-B-25

The Amendment provides information discussed at the preproposal conference, including questions and answers. The due date for proposals remains July 12, 2016 at 3:00 PM.



Last Published 9/23/16