• Regional Planning Group Seeks Consultant to Perform JLUS for Connecticut Sub Base0

    The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) is seeking qualifications and proposals from firms to prepare a joint land use study (JLUS) for Naval Submarine Base New London on behalf of its member municipalities — the town of Groton, town of Waterford, town of Ledyard, city of Groton, city of New London and town of Montville. DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) provides grants to state and local governments to conduct a JLUS to support the long-term sustainability and operability of the military installation complex. An award of a grant to the SCCOG to conduct a JLUS is pending approval by OEA. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues, fiscal impact analysis, economic development, and military installation management and operations. Responses to this request must be received by SCCOG no later than Friday, Sept. 16, at 4 p.m. Responses received after this deadline will not be considered. Questions may be directed to James Butler, AICP, executive director, at jbutler@seccog.org or at (860) 889-2324. A copy of the full RFQ/RFP is available on the SCCOG website.

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  • Council of Governments Needs Consultant for Ft. Bragg JLUS0

    The Mid-Carolina Council of Governments (COG), in partnership with the Regional Land Use Advisory Commission (RLUAC), is soliciting proposals for the completion of a joint land use study (JLUS) for Fort Bragg. The JLUS will update the existing GIS database and address compatible land use, environmental, climate change adaptability, air space and water supply/quality issues between the Fort Bragg military reservation in North Carolina and the six counties directly abutting it. The JLUS RFP can be downloaded from either the RLUAC or Mid-Carolina COG websites. Proposals must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Aug. 17. Submittals shall be made electronically to tlovell@mccog.org. File size is limited to 10 MB and consultants are encouraged to confirm receipt of submittals. Multiple files are permitted. All questions should be directed to Jim Dougherty, project manager, at either (910) 583-1233 or director@rluac.com.

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  • Newport News Seeks Consultant to Conduct JLUS for Ft. Eustis0

    The city of Newport News, Va., is soliciting proposals for the completion of a joint land use study for the Fort Eustis portion of Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE) and surrounding communities. The JLUS will examine installation activities and surrounding land use and development plans to identify and document potential impacts and opportunities to establish shared goals and long-term compatibility with adjacent localities. A JLUS was prepared for Langley AFB in 2010 prior to the merger with Fort Eustis as a joint base. The new JLUS will only address the Fort Eustis facilities; however, the study will be coordinated with the host unit, 633rd Air Base Wing, which provides installation support functions for JBLE. Proposals must be received at the Office of Purchasing, 4th Floor, City Hall, 2400 Washington Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607 by 5 p.m. on Aug. 15. All questions should be directed to Gary Sightler, CPPO, purchasing agent, gsightler@nnva.gov; or Feleasha Sherfy, assistant buyer, fsherfy@nnva.gov. The solicitation is available on the city’s website.

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  • Regional Planning Agencies Need Consultant to Prepare Ft. Bragg JLUS0

    The Mid-Carolina Council of Governments (COG), in partnership with the Regional Land Use Advisory Commission (RLUAC), is soliciting proposals for the completion of a joint land use study (JLUS) for Fort Bragg. The JLUS will update the existing GIS database and address compatible land use, environmental, climate change adaptability, air space and water supply/quality issues between the Fort Bragg military reservation in North Carolina and the six counties directly abutting it. The JLUS RFP can be downloaded from either the RLUAC or Mid-Carolina COG websites. Proposals must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Aug. 17. Submittals shall be made electronically to tlovell@mccog.org. File size is limited to 10 MB and consultants are encouraged to confirm receipt of submittals. Multiple files are permitted. All questions should be directed to Jim Dougherty, project manager, at either (910) 583-1233 or director@rluac.com.

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  • Flint Hills Region Seeks Consultant to Perform JLUS for Ft. Riley0

    The Flint Hills Regional Council, a regional planning organization serving communities in northeast Kansas, is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting teams to conduct an update to the 2005 Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) prepared for Fort Riley. The 2005 JLUS helped the Army and local governments in the region surrounding Fort Riley develop a proactive and strategic planning policy. However, the mission, makeup and operating environment of Fort Riley has evolved significantly since that study was completed …

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  • Kentucky Needs Assessment of Cybersecurity Infrastructure, Market Potential0

    The Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs is seeking a consultant to study the cybersecurity industry in the state.
    The study — made possible through assistance from DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment — will analyze the state’s current cybersecurity infrastructure (power grids, air traffic controllers, financial systems, communication networks, stored personal identified information) to determine the overall readiness in protecting critical structures and information. Additionally, the study will assess how Kentucky can develop this sector for economic potential. Based on analysis of current readiness, the consultant will make recommendations concerning industry sector opportunities, education, legislation, economic incentives and workforce structure to ensure the commonwealth has efficient and robust systems in place in order to protect statewide infrastructure, organizations and the privacy of its citizens. The RFP is available on the state procurement website. Bid proposals are due June 30. For questions on RFP bid submissions, please contact Holly Callaghan, (502) 564-4932, Holly.Callaghan@ky.gov.

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