Statewide Mobile Monitoring Initiative
CARB received $27M through legislative appropriation to conduct mobile air monitoring in communities across the state. CARB staff have developed a technical Scope of Work and initiated the procurement solicitation process with our oversight agency. CARB intends to include meaningful and inclusive community engagement and outreach throughout the scope of the contract and ensure CARB and our contractors are transparent and responsive to community stakeholders. However, given the competitive nature of RFPs, we are unable to provide further details on items contained within the Scope of Work at this time. We anticipate that there will be opportunities for open discussion and questions with interested bidders as part of the solicitation process.
Project Update (February 2024)
CARB would like to inform anyone interested in reviewing Air Resources Board solicitations that they can find information on open solicitations at the CaleProcure website (caleprocure.ca.gov/pages/Events-BS3/event-search.aspx). Please search for "State Air Resources Board" under the “department” section (code 3900). From there opportunities can be found for anyone with potential interest.
CARB previously released a Request For Information (RFI) to survey air quality concerns and to better understand the capabilities and capacity of potential vendors related to community engagement, mobile monitoring, and data visualization. The RFI closed November 16, 2023, although the air quality concerns survey remains active to continue collecting information from the public. We greatly appreciate the input from the different parties in responding to the RFI, this information helped guide development of the Scope of Work. For transparency, we are releasing the RFI responses to the public. Please right-click the link and save the file to correctly display the portfolio pdf in Adobe Acrobat, rather than in the web browser.
The Statewide Mobile Monitoring Initiative is part of California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities.
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