. . . is for the group being convened by the Sunlight Foundation to do it. Pitch in if you can. Pass the word.
I think Sunlight stands a pretty good chance, simply because the contract award will now be subject to public scrutiny. Value-for-dollar to the taxpayer will be easily discernible, and that will raise the political risk if the contract is awarded based on cronyism or go-with-whatchya-knowism.
Kudos to Sunlight for taking this bold and fun step!