Kansas City seeking Smart City Partners
Comprehensive Smart City Partnership With Kansas City, Missouri
The City of Kansas City, Missouri (“City”) invites you to submit a proposal for the Smart City Program Management of its desired Smart City Expansion plans. The City seeks to partner with a firm to provide a fully integrated suite of sensors, networks, and data and analytics platforms that will result in the City becoming the first true Smart City in the world. The City will entertain financing proposals in conjunction with responses but will ultimately choose the financing mechanism which provides the best use of public funds.
Mandatory Pre-proposal Conference: 6/28/2018 at 10AM
Submission Deadline: 7/31/2018 at 2PM
Should you have questions, please contact Cedric Rowan at 816.513.0814.
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