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8 companies have placed bids to redesign and host City of Baltimore’s website

The cost of a redesign and hosting: depending on the company picked, it's a range from $68,000 to $840,000.

Screenshot of the current Baltimore city website.

Eight companies have placed bids “to redesign and host the city’s website,” a little more than a year after the City of Baltimore unveiled a redesigned city website made with DotNetNuke.
Luke Broadwater, City Hall reporter for the Baltimore Sun, tweeted out the news early afternoon Monday.
The cost of a redesign and hosting, according to Broadwater’s tweet: depending on the company picked, it’s a range from $68,000 to $840,000.

Companies: Baltimore Sun / City of Baltimore

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