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Working to Make Los Angeles a Fully Digital and Connected City
Program overview of LA Lights Strategic Plan, Programs and Smart City initiatives to provide reliable, safe lighting for all residents and visitors, lighting the way for Angelenos.
In 2020, the Information Technology Agency (ITA) worked with 150+ staff from City departments to analyze 97 different City services that were paused or eliminated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The challenge was to identify key technologies that departments could use to digitize and re-open these services. Through this effort, ITA identified 13 key technologies that, if implemented, would dramatically improve how residents and businesses digitally engage L.A. City government.
The City of Los Angeles in partnership with the California Emerging Technology Fund and EveryoneOn is helping Angelenos find options for low-cost internet services, access to computers, and digital literacy services.
Due: November 15, 2023
This Request for Proposal (RFP) is issued by the City of Los Angeles, Office of Finance (Finance) for the purpose of seeking a debt collection system available that meets the operational requirements of the department’s Billing and Collection Division Citywide Collections Unit and citywide departmental collections operations.
The system should be a fully functional solution that specifically addresses the requirements inherent in debt collections that is either hosted on-premise or cloud-based as a vendor-provided SAAS product. Solutions involving custom development of a new system or extensive customization of an existing product not focused on debt collection processing are not desirable.
Due: October 20, 2023
The City of Los Angeles is soliciting Request for Proposal to service a centralized invoicing management system for users of the Regional Alliance Marketplace for Procurement (RAMP) to submit invoices for completed work and track the progress of its review and approval, while also allowing the City through LAPOP to manage the internal invoice approval process.
Due: October 27, 2023
The Los Angeles Bureau of Street Lighting is releasing a Call for Innovation to source, evaluate, and test effective solutions for reducing the theft of copper wiring from Los Angeles' street lighting system. The goal of this Call for Innovation is to discover and test new solutions that are scalable and cost-effective and that will provide the Los Angeles Bureau of Street Lighting with effective tools to reduce the damage to the City's street lighting system.