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GIS Software Master Contract

The GIS Software Master Contract is intended to obtain software associated with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for use within the State of Maryland. Through the Master Contract awards, the State has flexible means of obtaining these products by issuing Purchase Order Requests for Proposals (PORFPs).


Award Date: 6/22/2016
BPW Agenda Item: ​34-IT-OPT dated 6/28/2021
Contract Term: 08/01/2016 to 07/31/2021 (5 year base, with two 2-year ​options)
Option 1 Term: ​08/01/2021 to 7/31/2023​
BPW Agenda Item:   34-IT-OPT dated 7/28/2021
Option 2 Term:  08/01/2023 to 7/31/2025

BPO Number: 060B6400028
Title: GIS Software Master Contract RFP​
Contract Manager: Julia Fischer, julia.fischer@maryland.gov


Title: GIS Software Master Contract
Issue Date: April 1, 2016
Proposals Received: 4/22/2016 at 2 PM EST
Proposals Due Date: April 22, 2016 at  2 PM local time

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​If you are interested in utilizing this contract, please contact DoIT at doit.intake@maryland.gov​ for information.

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