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On November 16, 2011 the City Council of the City of Chicago granted authority to the Chief Financial Officer and the Department of Finance to identify innovative marketing opportunities for City assets to create new revenue streams for purposes of funding essential City services that are critical to serve Chicagoans.
The submission deadline for the Request for Information and Ideas “RFI” for the City of Chicago Municipal Marketing Program issued on 6/2/2017 has been extended to Monday 8/28/2017, 4pm CST.
Request for Information and Ideas for City of Chicago Municipal Marketing Program 6/2/17 Due Date: 7/24/2017.
With the City’s new municipal marketing effort, the CFO will offer marketing opportunities in the City to interested firms. Defined guidelines will guarantee that they do not diminish the integrity of Chicago’s character and landscape. To ensure this, the effort will be overseen by the Municipal Marketing Committee, which is comprised of the CFO and representatives from relevant city agencies including Law, Ethics, CDOT and Fleet and Facilities Management.
To learn more about the Municipal Marketing initiative, please read the following Municipal Marketing Framework:
For more information about the Municipal Marketing Program, please email: email@example.com