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DIR Releases StratMap Contract, Successor to HPIDS

The Department of Information Resources (DIR) with assistance from the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB, released a solicitation for the Texas Strategic Mapping (StratMap) Contract, the successor contract to the High Priority Imagery and Data Sets (HPIDS) Contract.

The DIR contract will be signed by companies who have been evaluated and pre-qualified by a team of GIS professionals to provide quality geographic data products, services, and GIS software to public agencies in Texas. It has been developed to streamline the procurement process for future acquisition of geographic data, software, and services and provide beneficial competition among the best companies in the industry.

Respondents will have thirty (30) days to submit proposals and a non-mandatory meeting is expected to occur on October 30, 2015.

View DIR's Contract Page To access the solicitation, visit the DIR contract page.

Note: The contract is labeled as "​Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Hardware, Software, and Services RFO" on the DIR page. See image below.

A screenshot of the DIR contract page, highlighting the StratMap contract

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