Arizona seeks interest for Ports of Entry Electronic Truck Screening

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Arizona seeks interest for Ports of Entry Electronic Truck Screening

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has launched a request for information (RFI) to develop a truck electronic screening system for its major ports through a PPP project.

The project would involve the design, supply, install, finance, operate, and maintain a mainline truck electronic screening system that can be custom deployed at the six major ports of entry.  

ADOT currently operates six ports of entry requiring enhanced truck screening technology.  The ports of entry include, in priority order: Ehrenberg, Sanders, San Simon, Topock, Yuma, and Kingman.

ADOT' aims to deploy a standardized mainline electronic screening solution at each of the port locations.  The ultimate solicitation may include the equipment, technology, construction and installation, technology implementation, and maintenance of the system and possibly finance.

The purpose of this RFI is to seek the industry's perspective and feedback on the questions presented herein and to provide an opportunity for industry input on the overall procurement process for the project.

Interested parties must submit electronic PDF documents of the requested information on or before 14 September 2015.

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