The City of Roseville used Prometheus Group's mobility offerings to improve the accuracy of materials, reduce their inventory shrink rate, and automate field inspection, among other functions.
- The County of Nevada awarded the Traffic Signal Installations contract to Elecnor Belco Electric, Calpromax Engineering, DBX, and PTM General Engineering Services.
- The County of Mendocino awarded contracts to departments such as agriculture, animal care services, air quality management, and others, but none of the existing contracts were awarded belonged to software, which is the offering by Prometheus Group.
To find the government contracts of Prometheus Group, we commenced our search by thoroughly studying the company website and checked deeper into information in press releases, investor reports, company blogs, and company case studies. This was a preferred research path as the company website and resources are a primary source of information for any contract the company undertakes. All the company resources mentioned about the company and its solutions along with details on their clients. The city of Roseville was found to be the only municipality to have a contract with the Prometheus Group. However, there was no information pertaining to contracts with the City of Big Bear Lake, City of Cotati, County of Mariposa, County of Mendocino, City of Monterey, County of Nevada, or the City of Palm Springs.
Next, we scanned through the press releases, reports, and websites of the assigned counties to collect any information, if available, regarding any contract with Prometheus Group. While there was some information pertaining to open contracts that have been awarded to some companies, none of the awarded contracted listed Prometheus Group.
As our third strategy, we looked out for all contracts of Prometheus Group in databases such as GovShop, Government Contracts and Bids, and GovTribe, among others. Since these databases have a list of federal, state, and local contracts awarded to vendors, the idea was to filter out the contracts signed with the assigned municipalities. Unfortunately, as per GovShop, Prometheus Group does not have any existing contracts, and the same was corroborated with the information found in Government Contracts and Bids. Therefore, the strategy did not yield the required results.
We then attempted to triangulate the required information by checking the reports on California government software contracts so that the same information can be used to extrapolate the required information for the mentioned counties. We scanned through third party websites such as Cale Procure, DGS, Bid Net, Government Bids, and others. We located a list of municipalities contracts with other software companies, but none of the assigned municipalities had any contracts with Prometheus Group.
Lastly, we searched for information beyond the 24 months time frame as there could be older contracts which are active at present as the part of all the above strategies, but could only locate insights on contracts of Prometheus Group with private players such as Chemours, DuPont, ExxonMobil, Woodside, and many others, but no partnership or contract with assigned municipalities were found.
We, therefore, conclude that information regarding government contracts of Prometheus Group with municipalities such as the City of Big Bear Lake, City of Cotati, County of Mariposa, County of Mendocino, City of Monterey, County of Nevada and City of Palm Springs is not available. This is because Prometheus Group has dealt contracts with cities such as the City of Roseville and not with those mentioned in the client's criteria.