is seeking proposals from professional training providers who have solar energy system education and outreach technical expertise and knowledge of the solar energy markets in the state of Texas.
has over 230 member governments including 16 counties, numerous cities, school districts, and special districts.
Depending on the nature and location of the project, potential sources of funding may include NCTCOG
, DART, the "T," TxDOT's Dallas District and State office, the U.
All questions and responses will be posted on NCTCOG
s website at www.
then handled the procurement process and authorized the master agreement with the shared services actuary to perform the services.
As a result, the cities and the NCTCOG
hired a consultant to ensure identification of all key functional and technical requirements and drive effective management of the procurement.
Through inter-agency cooperation, NCTCOG
is able to obtain photogrammetric mapping with a frequency and at a level of detail that many participants could not afford on their own.
Robert Kimball & Associates on NextGen services, NCTCOG
developed requirements for replacing their existing CPE and executing on a successful implementation for Next Generation 9-1-1 services.
provides services to its member governments to include transportation planning, dissemination of demographic information, assistance with information systems development, environmental impact studies, planning for human services needs, 9-1-1 planning, emergency preparedness coordination, federally funded employment and training programs, training local government officials and providing continuing education for area police officers.
Spearheaded by the NCTCOG
environmental staff, this unique communications tool teaches environmentally-responsible landscaping through the use of native and adapted plants, which require little or no pesticides and little water to thrive.
began the implementation by creating a shared services board to oversee the project.
serves a 16-county metropolitan region centered around the two urban centers of Dallas and Fort Worth.