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The Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation, an agency of the State of Minnesota, is soliciting proposals from interested, qualified consultants for a full service geographic information systems ("GIS") consultant and implementation services including but not limited to web mapping, data management and analysis, cartography, GIS consulting, ArcGIS online and other related training, business analysis and large format printing.  
Proposal deadline: No later than 2:00 pm on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. 

Development of Residence Club Lands

The Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation, an agency of the State of Minnesota, is seeking information and ideas from all interested parties regarding developing lands, currently known as the Residence Club Development (RCD), owned by the agency at Giants Ridge Golf and Ski Resort in Biwabik, Minnesota. This Request for Information (RFI) is to encourage development interest in the RCD site and to identify a preferred responder for the RCD build-out.  The RFI period will open on January 29, 2018 and remain open until the agency otherwise declares in writing.
For more information please contact Al Becicka at 218-735-3003 or

Other Opportunities

The Office of Equity in Procurement promotes opportunities to do business with the state, and provide assistance to small businesses owned by women, minorities, people with substantial physical disabilities, and veterans as they seek state contracts.

The office helps state agencies be leaders in equal employment opportunities, equal contracting opportunities, and full participation in civic life for all Minnesotans.

More than 1,000 small businesses are certified as veteran-owned, economically disadvantaged, or targeted group businesses in Minnesota based on the business's ownership by woman, minority, person with a substantial physical disability, or by its location in an economically disadvantaged area.   

Learn more: Office of Equity in Procurement 

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