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Current UB Solicitations

 

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.

WARNNING: 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 » Downloads

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RFP UB 15-N-20 for Web Application Development for the University of Baltimore.

The project primarily requires front-end development (HTML5/Javascript, JQuery/JQueryUI, JSON). Applicants should also have experience with using and defining REST APIs and setting up backend service frameworks. Applicants should be knowledgeable about server architecture (state/session management, security, etc.) and should have experience creating user account systems. Experience with graphical databases such as Neo4J is also preferred but not necessary. Similarly, experience with D3 or other Javascript graphing libraries is also preferred but not necessary. Finally, experience with Java and Java server (RDBMS, Spring etc) is preferred but not necessary.

Applicants are encouraged to review the Supreme Court Mapping Project’s website   http://law.ubalt.edu/faculty/scotus-mapping/index.cfm   to learn more about the project.

Note that the due date for proposals is June 1, 2015.

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Amendment Number One to RFP UB 15-N-20 for Web Application Development for the University of Baltimore.

The amendment provides more detail about the project.  Please note that the due date for proposals is the close of business on June 1, 2015. 

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Amendment Number Two to RFP UB 15-N-20  for Web Application Development for the University of Baltimore.

The amendment provides more detail about the project.  Please note that the due date for proposals is the close of business on June 1, 2015. 

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