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Description: The purpose of this RFP is to evaluate grassroots advocacy technology platforms for use by the Governmental Affairs Office (GAO). The ideal platform will provide a wide range of services and tools including, but not limited to database management, communications to ABA members, communications to Capitol Hill, relationship ("key contact") tracking, "action alert" tools, external website hosting and integration, and other digital advocacy tools.

Post date: August 4, 2016
Date to remove: September 30, 2016
RFP contact: Jared Hess (Jared.Hess@americanbar.org)

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Description: A competitive bidding process will begin in the third quarter of 2016 for ABA's secondary WAN services and potential SIP services. The ABA secondary WAN consists of 3 legs – Chicago, DC, Andover Mass. The WAN supports all data and voice communications between the three aforementioned locations.

Critical requirements in the design of any new WAN submissions involve high degrees of performance in the areas of latency, jitter and packet loss. Quality of voice service is also of extreme importance.

A bandwidth minimum of 1G will be required for each leg of this design. A Network Performance Evaluation must be completed successfully before ABA will take final possession of any potential circuit.

Post date: July 20, 2016
Date to remove: August 31, 2016
RFP contact: John Singleton (jsingleton@crinc.net)

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