State seeks broadband engineer
News from the office of Governor Gianforte
HELENA — The State of Montana announced that it is requesting qualifications for a professional engineer, licensed in the State of Montana, to assist with carrying out ConnectMT Program’s mission of deploying broadband throughout Montana.
The selected professional engineer will assist in assessing project infrastructure proposals to achieve the purposes of Senate Bill 297, “ConnectMT Act.”
The Montana Department of Administration has published a Requestion for Qualifications and developed a Statement of Requirements at: bit.ly/3GwvSFO. Any vendor interested in responding must register in the electronic Montana Acquisition and Contracting System. For more information regarding eMACS, vendors should visit: spb.mt.gov/eMACS-Resources. Please refer to this site for deadlines to respond to this RFQ.
“We encourage the public to monitor the State of Montana’s ConnectMT website regarding broadband at: arpa.mt.gov/Communications for future announcements and development of the ConnectMT Program,” said Broadband Program Manager, Chad Rupe.
This solicitation is being conducted under the provisions of 18-2-112 and Title 18, Chapter 8, of Montana Code Annotated.