[Commerce Business Daily 2000]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division,
  Bldg 2272 Suite 353, 47123 Buse Road, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
SOL N00421-01-Q-0103
DUE 122700
POC Contract Specialist, Kelly Lynch III (301) 757-9728; Contracting
  Officer, Matt Mobley (301) 757-9742
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD)
  at Patuxent River, Maryland, has a requirement for one hundred-forty
  (140) Non-magnified Day Optic Sights in support of the Marine
  Corps Warfighting Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia. The applicable
  NAICS code is 333314 and the business size standard is 21,000
  or less. These sights must be non-powered, non-magnified have
  a chevron-patterned, fiber-optic illuminated reticle. This
  set-up must allow for extremely rapid target acquisition and
  accurate fires to be quickly sent "down-range." Sights must
  be ruggedized, waterproof, and come with a "killflash" lens
  cover that defeats the reflective nature of the glass as well
  as a rubber lens cap that protects the sight when not in use.
  In order to meet this requirement, the Government intends to
  issue Request for Quotation (RFQ) N00421-01-Q-0103 on a competitive
  basis. All requests for the subject RFQ must be received no
  later than fifteen (15) days from this synopsis. Request can
  be mailed to Mr. Kelly Lynch III, Contract Specialist, at Contracts,
  Code AIR 251435,Building 588, Suite2, Naval Air Warfare Center
  Aircraft Division, 47253 Whalen Road, Unit 588,Patuxent River,
  MD 20670-1463. Request can also be faxed to (301) 757-0200.For
  information or questions regarding this notice, please contact
  Mr. Kelly Lynch III by telephone at (301) 757-9728, or by email
  at lynchk@navair.navy.mil
EMAILADD: LYNCHK@NAVAIR.NAVY.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFRL - Wright Research Site, Det 1 AFRL/PK, Bldg 167, Area
  B, 2310 8th Street, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 45433-7801
SUBJECT: A--HYPERSONIC VEHICLE ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
  PROGRAM
SOL PRDA-01-01-PRK
DUE 021401
POC Mary Lykins, Contract Negotiator, Phone (937) 656-9752, Fax
  (937) 255-4434, Email Mary.Lykins@wpafb.af.mil - Rebecca Maddox,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (937) 256-9626, Fax (937) 255-4434,
  Email
DESC: Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate (AFRL/PRPE)
  solicits research proposals for the Hypersonic Vehicle Electric
  Power System Technology Program. The objective of this program
  is to develop magneto-hydrodynamic (MHD), magenetogasdynamic
  (MGD) and other plasma interaction technologies for integrated
  power generators and hypersonic engine compressors. These technologies
  will provide enormous power capabilities for future Air Force
  aerospace vehicles capable of global interdiction missions
  as well as strike mission using directed energy weapons. This
  technology preserves the versatility of air-breathing engines
  by avoiding the additional weight of carrying oxygen on board
  for auxiliary power units or fuel cells. Interested offerors
  may view and/or download the full PRDA solicitation by accessing
  the Electronic Posting System (EPS) homepage at http://www.eps.gov/.
  Direct questions to the Contracting point of contact identified
  in the announcement.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=PRDA-01-01-PRK&L=904
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Mary.Lykins@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: US Army ARDEC, AMSTA-AR-PC, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  07806-5000
SUBJECT: A--A-- DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF TELEMETRY REQUIREMENTS
  OF THE XM982 EXCALIBUR
SOL DAAE30-01-R-0803
DUE 010201
POC Tim Starostanko, Contract Specialist, (973) 724-3275
DESC: The US Army TACOM-ARDEC, Picatinny Arsenal intends to acquire
  under authority of FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source,
  for the development, design and production of telemetry requirements
  for the XM982 Excalibur. This requirement is for a 10 month
  effort to design and produce a system to gather and transmit
  crucial elements of data from projectile back to the recording
  equipment during testing. The designed system will be required
  to obtain in-flight data and in-bore data while experiencing
  acceleration forces in excess of 15,000 G's. The data will
  be in encrypted format. The Government intends to utilize L-3
  Communications, Telemetry/East located in Newton, PA. for this
  effort. Award for this effort is expected in the 2nd QTR 01.
  The decision for Only One Responsible Source, is based on avoidance
  of substantial duplication costs and unacceptable delivery
  delays in the telemetry development, design and production.
  See Note 22 (Only One Responsible Source) and Note 26 ( Non-Commercial
  Item).
LINKURL: http://procnet.pica.army.mil/cbd/RFP/01R0803/01R0803.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: starost@pica.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of Administration,
  Division of Contracts and Property Management, 11545 Rockville
  Pike, Rockville, MD, 20852-2738
SUBJECT: A--SADA PROOF-OF-CONCEPT FOR SUBSURFACE SURVEYS
SOL RFQ60180002
DUE 122000
POC Paulette Smith, Contract Specialist, Phone (301) 415-6594,
  Fax (301) 415-8157, Email pds2@nrc.gov
DESC: The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) intends to enter
  into a sole source procurement with the University of Tennessee
  (UT) who has developed and maintains the Spatial Analysis and
  Decision Assistance (SADA) freeware. SADA provides qualified
  and essential services for rapid and cost effective design
  of the statistical interface, database, analysis, and can implement
  NRC requirements. UT will provide a functional version of the
  SADA freeware package that incorporates the subsurface sampling
  analysis applying Bayesian analysis and updating module. This
  module will identify the optimum location of new subsurface
  samples and will include supporting Multi-Agency Radiation
  Site and Survey Manual (MARSSIM) statistical methods. The procurement
  shall be conducted using other than full and open competition
  in accordance with FAR 6.302-1. This notice of intent is neither
  a request for proposals nor a solicitation of offers. UT is
  the only known source capable of providing the SADA freeware
  which was developed by UT in conjunction with the Department
  of Energy (DOE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  SADA is the only complete freeware that has been part of EPA's
  Environmental Technology Verification Program (EVT) and is
  a verified code with an EPA QA/QC pedigree which has been applied
  to numerous field site reviews. The period of performance shall
  be eight (8) months from the date of the purchase order award.
  Interested firms must submit written capability statements
  including technical information sufficient to demonstrate a
  bona fide capability to meet this requirement to the U.S. Nuclear
  Regulatory Commission, Division of Contracts and Property Management,
  Mail Stop: T-7-I-2, Washington, DC 20555, not later than December
  20, 2000. Capability statements that do not fully demonstrate
  the respondent's ability to satisfy the requirements above
  will not be considered. Telephonic responses and responses
  providing insufficient information for evaluation will not
  be considered. See Note 22.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=RFQ60180002&L=2206
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: pds2@nrc.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087X6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: A--CERAMICS ANALYSIS AND REALIABILITY EVALUATION
SOL RFQ164299
DUE 122200
POC  Alice J. Wilson, Contract Specialist, Phone (216) 433-2552,
  Fax (216) 433-5489, Email Alice.J.Wilson@grc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/GRC plans to issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ) for:
  QUANTITY - 1 1. Code development of the Ceramics Analysis and
  Reliability Evaluation of Structures for Micro-Electro-Mechanical
  Systems (CARES/MEMS)program. 2. Develop finite element models
  of Micro-electromechanical Systems (MEMS) pressure sensors
  3 Perform multiple finite element (FE) analysis of a MEMS pressure
  sensor, correlate the FE model results to experimental data,
  and perform various analysis with the CARES/Life parameter
  estimation module PEST to investigate the Weibull behavior
  of the experimental data. 4. Assist in the preparation of research
  publications and oral presentations to appropriate NASA staff
  and technical communities. 5. All work shall be performed on
  the premises of NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC). 6. Complete
  development and make final delivery of software for advanced
  capabilities for CARES program which focus on brittle materials
  used for micro-electto-mechanical systems (MEMS). 7. Complete
  enhanced capability of ANSCARES and ABACARES to use output
  from ANSYS, and ABAQUS, respectively, for shell elements used
  as structural elements. 8. Develop and conduct finite element
  analyses of square MEMS pressure sensors per CWRU data. 9.
  Present the results of the above tasks in the form of technical
  reports and user's manuals to professional societies and the
  NASA community within one calendar year from the beginning
  of contract. This procurement is being conducted under the
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). NASA/GRC intends to
  purchase the items from Connecticut Reserve Technologies, LLC
  (CRT, LLC), 2997 Sussex Court, Stow, OH 44181-0361. THE AUTHORITY
  FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION is 10 U.S.C. (c)(2).
  CRT,LCC has the expertise to assist the Life Prediction Branch
  at GRC in addressing technology and development issues related
  to the CARES series of software products. Personnel at CRT,
  LLC are uniquely qualified for the contract due to the involvement
  in the development of other stochastic based design programs
  for NASA such as C/CARES and T/CARES. This work experience
  has also been involved in the CARES/Creep program and teaming
  with NASA JPL in using CARES/Life to analyze a critical ceramic
  component in a Mars mission. The Government does not intend
  to acquire a commercial item using FAR Part 12. See Note 26.
  Interested organizations may submit their capabilities and
  qualifications to perform the effort in writing to the identified
  point of contact not later than 4:30 p.m. local time on Friday,
  December 22, 2000. Such capabilities/qualifications will be
  evaluated solely for the purpose of determining whether or
  not to conduct this procurement on a competitive basis. A determination
  by the Government not to compete this proposed effort on a
  full and open competition basis, based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the government. Oral
  communications are acceptable in response to this notice. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be considered
  by the agency. OMBUDSMAN STATEMENT REQUIRED] An Ombudsman has
  been appointed. See NASA Specific Note "B". Any referenced
  notes can be viewed at the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=22#RFQ164299
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Alice.J.Wilson@grc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: A--CERAMICS ANALYSIS AND REALIABILITY EVALUATION
SOL RFQ164299
DUE 122200
POC  Alice J. Wilson, Contract Specialist, Phone (216) 433-2552,
  Fax (216) 433-5489, Email Alice.J.Wilson@grc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/GRC plans to issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ) for:
  QUANTITY - 1 1. Code development of the Ceramics Analysis and
  Reliability Evaluation of Structures for Micro-Electro-Mechanical
  Systems (CARES/MEMS)program. 2. Develop finite element models
  of Micro-electromechanical Systems (MEMS) pressure sensors
  3 Perform multiple finite element (FE) analysis of a MEMS pressure
  sensor, correlate the FE model results to experimental data,
  and perform various analysis with the CARES/Life parameter
  estimation module PEST to investigate the Weibull behavior
  of the experimental data. 4. Assist in the preparation of research
  publications and oral presentations to appropriate NASA staff
  and technical communities. 5. All work shall be performed on
  the premises of NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC). 6. Complete
  development and make final delivery of software for advanced
  capabilities for CARES program which focus on brittle materials
  used for micro-electto-mechanical systems (MEMS). 7. Complete
  enhanced capability of ANSCARES and ABACARES to use output
  from ANSYS, and ABAQUS, respectively, for shell elements used
  as structural elements. 8. Develop and conduct finite element
  analyses of square MEMS pressure sensors per CWRU data. 9.
  Present the results of the above tasks in the form of technical
  reports and user's manuals to professional societies and the
  NASA community within one calendar year from the beginning
  of contract. This procurement is being conducted under the
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). NASA/GRC intends to
  purchase the items from Connecticut Reserve Technologies, LLC
  (CRT, LLC), 2997 Sussex Court, Stow, OH 44181-0361. THE AUTHORITY
  FOR OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION is 10 U.S.C. (c)(2).
  CRT,LCC has the expertise to assist the Life Prediction Branch
  at GRC in addressing technology and development issues related
  to the CARES series of software products. Personnel at CRT,
  LLC are uniquely qualified for the contract due to the involvement
  in the development of other stochastic based design programs
  for NASA such as C/CARES and T/CARES. This work experience
  has also been involved in the CARES/Creep program and teaming
  with NASA JPL in using CARES/Life to analyze a critical ceramic
  component in a Mars mission. The Government does not intend
  to acquire a commercial item using FAR Part 12. See Note 26.
  Interested organizations may submit their capabilities and
  qualifications to perform the effort in writing to the identified
  point of contact not later than 4:30 p.m. local time on Friday,
  December 22, 2000. Such capabilities/qualifications will be
  evaluated solely for the purpose of determining whether or
  not to conduct this procurement on a competitive basis. A determination
  by the Government not to compete this proposed effort on a
  full and open competition basis, based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the government. Oral
  communications are acceptable in response to this notice. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be considered
  by the agency. OMBUDSMAN STATEMENT REQUIRED] An Ombudsman has
  been appointed. See NASA Specific Note "B". Any referenced
  notes can be viewed at the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=22#RFQ164299
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Alice.J.Wilson@grc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Defense Threat Reduction Agency, 6801 Telegraph Rd.,
  Alexandria, VA 22310-3398
SUBJECT: A--SCIENTIFIC, ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
  SUPPORT FOR THERMIONICS PROGRAM
DUE 013101
POC Judy Rodgers, Contracting Officer, 703 325-1182
DESC: The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) intends to contract
  with Booz-Allen Hamilton, Inc. (BAH) for Scientific, Engineering
  and Technical Assistance (SETA) Support for the Advanced Thermionics
  Program. This is essentially a continuation of work currently
  being performed under DTRA01-99-P-0077. Required support includes
  planning and assessment activities; monitoring technical progress
  on Agency contracts, MIPRs and IACROs; assessing test plans
  and results; analyzing design trade studies and thermionics
  predictions and results; evaluating technical sufficiency of
  contract products; assisting in the performance of Agency technical
  program reviews; maintaining cognizance of related technical
  programs; assisting in the technical evaluation of proposals;
  participating in technical conferences and interchanges; and
  assisting and evaluating studies to develop program strategies.
  The follow-on is estimated at one man-year over a twenty-four
  month period, 15 February 2001 - 14 February 2003. Based on
  BAH's unique combination of technical capability and programmatic
  background necessary for the successful execution of the program,
  DTRA believes BAH is the only contractor capable of providing
  ongoing programmatic support functions and meeting varied and
  complex technical requirements within time and budgetary constraints.
  See Note 22. Any other firm desiring consideration must fully
  identify its capability to perform this requirement. Any questions
  concerning this contract may be addressed to Headquarters,
  Defense Threat Reduction Agency, ATTN: Ms. Judy Rodgers (AMS),
  6801 Telegraph Road, Alexandria, VA 22310-3398, fax 703 325-9294.
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, National Institute of
  Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Contract Management Branch,
  Room 2230, 6700-B Rockledge Drive, MSC 7612, Bethesda, MD 20892-7612
SUBJECT: A--STATISTICAL AND CLINICAL COORDINATING CENTER - CLINICAL
  TRIALS OF STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION FOR TREATMENT OF AUTOIMMUNE
  DISEASES (SACCC-SCTTAD)
SOL RFP NIH-NIAID-DAIT-01-20
DUE 031501
POC Scott Drega, Contract Specialist, telephone: 301-496-6424;
  fax: 301-402-0972
DESC: THIS PROCUREMENT IS A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, NAICS
  CODE 541710, SIZE STANDARD 500 EMPLOYEES. (SEE NUMBERED NOTE
  1) The Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation
  of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  (NIAID), NIH, has a requirement for a Contractor having the
  capabilities and facilities to establish and manage a Statistical
  and Clinical Coordinating Center (SACCC) to support the NIAID
  Clinical Trials of Stem Cell for Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases
  established in FY 2000. The purpose of this program is to support
  prospective, multi-site phase II/III randomized cooperative
  clinical trials of stem cell transplantation for the treatment
  of autoimmune diseases and associated mechanistic studies.
  Phase 1 studies may also be performed. The program will perform:
  a) Clinical trials of the safety and efficacy of hematopoeitic
  stem cell transplantation compared to standard therapeutic
  approaches to treat severe progressive autoimmune disease;
  and b) Adjunct studies of the underlying mechanisms of action
  of the therapeutic approach being evaluated, including changes
  in immune response and function, and development of surrogate
  markers of disease activity. Specifically, this requirement
  will provide the statistical, clinical, regulatory, technical
  and administrative expertise necessary to support clinical
  trials and mechanistic studies of stem cell transplantation
  to treat various autoimmune diseases, including: (1) statistical
  leadership in the design, implementation and analysis of clinical
  trials and studies of underlying mechanisms; (2) establishment
  and administration of systems for the collection, storage,
  management, quality assurance and reporting of study data;
  (3) clinical site monitoring and training; (4) regulatory and
  technical functions and requirements associated with Investigational
  New Drug applications (INDs) and Investigational Device Exemption
  (IDE) applications; (5) preparation and final analyses of study
  data (6) coordination and support of technical and administrative
  activities of the SCTTAD Operations Committee, SCTTAD Study
  Committees, and an independent Data and Safety Monitoring Board
  (DSMB); and (7) provide for the receipt, storage and distribution
  of study devices, drugs or biologics being tested. The procurement
  will be conducted on a 100% small business set aside basis
  and in accordance with FAR Part 15. Request For Proposal (RFP)
  NIH-NIAID-DAIT-01-20 will be available ELECTRONICALLY on or
  after December 28, 2000, and may be accessed through the NIAID
  Contract Management Branch (CMB) Homepage (via the World Wide
  Web): access by: http://www.niaid.nih.gov/contract and select
  the "RFPs" link. All qualifying Small Businesses may submit
  a proposal, which will be considered by the Government. This
  advertisement does not commit the Government to award a contract.
  It is anticipated that one (1) cost-reimbursement, completion
  type contract will be awarded for a period of seven (7) years,
  beginning on/about August 15, 2001. Collect calls regarding
  the RFP will not be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www.niaid.nih.gov/contract
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sdrega@niaid.nih.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: US Army ARDEC, AMSTA-AR-PC, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  07806-5000
SUBJECT: A--BATTERY PROTECTION DEVICE
SOL DAAE30-01-R-0209
DUE 011501
POC Carol Yanavok, Contract Specialist, 973-724-3365
DESC: The U.S Army Tank-Automotive Armaments Command (TACOM)
  is currently conducting a market survey and analysis to identify
  if a Battery Protection Device is available that can be used
  on the M109A6 Paladin Self-Propelled Howitzer System and the
  M992A2 Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicle (FAASV).
  The purpose of the Battery Protection Device is to electrically
  disconnect the main vehicle batteries from parasitic components
  while the vehicle is idle in order to prevent the batteries
  from discharging below the level needed for vehicle start This
  device will also prevent deep drains that shorten battery life.
  All Battery Protection Devices shall be Underwriters Laboratories
  (UL) tested and listed at the end item level. The device must
  operate with 28vDC power source The device must operate in
  the temperature range of -25 degrees F to +125 degrees F. Other
  desired features include a manual override capaility which
  could be activated from the vehicle instrument panel in case
  of emergencies, an adjustable electrical disconnect level,
  and a warning indicator (or provisions for)before disconnect.
  Interested companies are encouraged to provide descriptions
  of commercial items along with UL testing results and any other
  additional pertinent information to the US Army TACOM. Upon
  review of the submitted material,the Government may request
  an oral presentatin from the contractor(s) for information
  exchange. This announcement constitutes a Request for Information
  synopsis and Market Survey. Information obtained is for planning
  purposes only. It does not constitute an invitation for sealed
  bids or a request for proposal, nor is it to be construed as
  a commitment by the Government. In response to this Market
  Survey, interested parties shall provide literature on current
  capabilities and efforts. Proprietary information should be
  properly identified. Your submission should include organization
  name, address, point of contact and phone number. The response
  should be submitted by January 15, 2001 and sent to Carol Yanavok
  at: cyanavok@pica.army.mil, phone 973-724-3365 or for technical
  information Kenneth Hurban at: khurban@pica.army.mil, phone
  973-724-5224. You can mail responses to US Army TACOM-ARDEC,
  AMSTA-CM-CPB, Bldg. 10, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000.
LINKURL: http://procnet.pica.army.mil/cbd/SRCSgt/121320000/121320000.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: cyanavok@pica.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: NASA/John F. Kennedy Space Center, Procurement, Kennedy
  Space Center, FL 32899
SUBJECT: A--RECOMPETITION OF THE APPLIED METEOROLGY UNIT (AMU)
  SUPPORT CONTRACT PROVIDING WEATHER SUPPORT FOR THE SHUTTLE,
  MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL SPACE FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
SOL RFP10-01-0005
DUE 010901
POC  Michael J Wheeler, Contract Specialist, Phone (321) 867-8123,
  Fax (321) 867-2825, Email WheelerMJ@ksc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/KSC is hereby soliciting information for potential
  sources for the Applied Meteorolgy Unit (AMU) support contract.
  The AMU was established by Memorandum of Understanding in 1991,
  by NASA, the US Air Force (USAF) and the National Weather Service
  (NWS). Its purpose is to evaluate selected new technologies
  and transition those which are ready, into operational use
  by forecasters providing weather support to the Shuttle, military
  and commercial space flight operations. Currently, the AMU
  is operated under contract NAS10-96018 by ENSCO, Inc. and expires
  on 09/30/2001. The contract to be recompeted will cover a 5
  year period, including option years. This will be a 100% small
  business set-aside. No solicitation exists; therefore, do not
  request a copy of the solicitation. If a solicitation is released
  it will be synopsized in the CBD and on the NASA Acquisition
  Internet Service. It is the potential offerors responsibility
  to monitor these cites for the release of any solicitation
  or synopsis. Responses must include the following: name and
  address of firm, size of business; ownership; whether they
  are large, small, small disadvantaged, 8(a), HUBZone, and/or
  woman-owned. Further questions should be directed to: Michael
  Wheeler (321) 867-8123 or Internet E-mial to: michael.wheeler-1@ksc.nasa.gov
  This synopsis is for information and planning purposes and
  is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government nor
  will the Government pay for information solicited. Respondents
  will not be notified of the results of the evaluation. Respondents
  deemed fully qualified will be considered in any resultant
  solicitation for the requirement. The Government reserves the
  right to consider a small business or 8(a) set-aside based
  on responses hereto. All responses shall be submitted to Michael
  Wheeler, no later than January 09, 2001. In responding, reference
  RFP 10-01-0005.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=76#RFP10-01-0005
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: WheelerMJ@ksc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5088A6)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: National Park Service - Philadelphia Support Office,
  200 Chestnut Street - 3rd Floor, U.S. Custom House, Philadelphia,
  PA 19106
SUBJECT: C--IDIQ FOR MISCELLANEOUS A-E SERVICES AND PLANNING
  FOR THE NPS-NE REGION
SOL E4565010002
DUE 012901
POC Linda E. Maiden, Contracting Officer (215) 597-0055 - Fax
  (215) 597-6900
DESC: Planning for the National Park Service, Northeast Region
    The National Park Service, Northeast Region, is seeking
  the services of a firm or corporation to undertake an indefinite
  quantities contract for park planning, environmental and cultural
  compliance, economic analysis and real estate development,
  visual and written communications, and facilitation and consensus
  building projects in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland,
  Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
  Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia.  All
  services will be provided under an IDIQ (Indefinite delivery
  Indefinite Quantity) contract. The total work per year will
  not exceed $1,000,000 and each work order/task order will not
  exceed $500,000. The contractor is guaranteed a minimum amount
  of $10,000 during the life of the contract. The term of the
  contract shall be one year with four one-year options. All
  work will be guided by the NPS policies and directives and
  applicable laws and regulations.  Statement of Work/Specifications
    The selected firm shall furnish the necessary personnel,
  material, equipment, services, and facilities (except as otherwise
  specified) to perform the Statement of Work/Specifications
  in each individual work order. Project coordination will be
  done with the appropriate National Park Service personnel.
    For purposes of this contract, the services to be provided
  will include:  Develop and produce general management plans,
  special resource studies, heritage area feasibility studies
  and management plans, cultural landscape assessments, transportation
  assessments, visual/viewshed assessments, cultural and natural
  resource assessments, environmental assessments, environmental
  impact studies, socio-economic assessments, real estate development
  assessments, visitor use surveys, and other planning documents
  in a manner consistent with National Park Service standards,
  guidelines, and policies.  Park planning, compliance, economic
  analysis and real estate development, visual and written communications
  and facilitation and consensus building projects include, but
  are not limited to:  Park and community planning: Conceptual
  plans for units of the National Park System and for heritage
  areas, cultural landscape assessments, visitor use assessments,
  transportation assessments, and other foundational studies
  for National Park Service planning documents; interpretive
  planning; eliciting, documenting and facilitating public involvement
  in planning process.  Natural and cultural resource compliance:
  Preparation of natural and cultural resource management compliance
  documents as required by the National Environmental Policy
  Act of 1969, as amended, National Historic Preservation Act
  of 1966, as amended, and related state laws.  Economic and
  real estate: Analyze National Park Service contributions to
  local and regional economics in terms of employment, recreation/heritage/environmental
  tourism, and other economic factors; assess socio-economic
  environment. Analyze and develop plans for market-based protection
  strategies for historic structures and other real estate management
  strategies.  Visual and written communication: Write, edit,
  design, and produces graphics, publications (such as brochures,
  reports, and newsletters) and electronic media (such as newsletters,
  reports, and presentations web-based and not); develop and
  use GIS (Geographic Information Systems) for mapping and analysis
  and use images and data as illustrations for presentations,
  reports, planning documents, and other uses; work with government
  printing office to produce printed materials.  Facilitation
  and consensus building: Facilitation, consensus building, community
  partnering, vision and goal development for General Management
  Plans, Special Resource Studies, and other resource stewardship
  documents.  Required disciplines include planning (community,
  resource, interpretive, transportation, environmental, outdoor
  recreation, urban/regional, etc.), graphic design, publications
  design, web design, cultural resource compliance, natural resource
  compliance, real estate, historic architecture, landscape architecture,
  economic analysis, GIS, and tourism.  Evaluation Criteria:
   1. Specialized experience, successful past performance, and
  demonstrated technical competence (within the geographic areas
  described above) in park and community planning, resource compliance,
  economic and real estate analysis, visual and written communication,
  and facilitation and consensus building. (35%)  2. Professional
  qualifications of the firms and staff for the performance of
  desired services in the geographic areas described above and
  the demonstrated ability to work as a team with members representing
  various interests. (35%)  3. Demonstrated ability to schedule
  projects and accomplish more than one project at a time within
  the desired time schedule with successful results and within
  cost. (15%)  4. Past performance on contracts for planning
  projects with government agencies and private industry in terms
  of cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance
  schedules. (10%)  5. Ability to communicate orally, in writing,
  and in person in a timely manner with the staff located at
  the Philadelphia Support Office, the Boston Support Office,
  and with the Northeast Regional Office. (5%)   Competition:
   This procurement is open to small and large business and is
  subject to Public Law 100-656.  Firms that meet the requirements
  described in this announcement are invited to submit a letter
  of interest and completed Standard Form 254 for the prime and
  each consultant and a team Standard form 255 which should be
  received no later than January 29, 2001 5:00 p.m. (close of
  business) to: Contracting Officer, Linda E. Maiden, National
  Park Service, (3rd Floor) 200 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
  PA 19106. Submissions of office brochures is encouraged only
  to the extent that they graphically (via drawings and photographs)
  substantiate the relevant work specifically described on the
  Standard Forms 254/255.  Multiple Awards: The National Park
  Service reserves the right to make multiple awards.  This
  is not an RFP.  
CITE: (W-348 SN5087O6)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: SOUTHWESTNAVFACENGCOM, 1220 Pacific Highway, San Diego,
  CA 92132-5187
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES - CONSTRUCTION
SOL N68711-01-R-6209
DUE 010117
POC Contract Specialist, Vanessa Schutt, 619-532-3779
DESC: THERE IS NO RFP PACKAGE TO DOWNLOAD. ALL INFORMATION NEEDED
  TO SUBMIT SF-254 AND SF-255 DOCUMENTS IS CONTAINED HEREIN.
  This procurement is 8A set aside. This contract is N68711-01-R-6209,
  Regional Indefinite Quantity Environmental Architectural Engineering
  Services for Preparation of Navy/Marine Corps Facilities Planning
  Documentation for various projects located within San Diego
  County. Preponderance of the work will be located within San
  Diego County but there is the possibility of work being located
  anywhere in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii,
  when that work comes under the responsibility of Southwest
  Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, San Diego,
  California. This proposed contract is set-aside for 8(a) Certified
  Firms in region 9. In the event responses are not adequate
  to establish competition in accordance with the Brooks Act
  (3 or more qualified firms establishes adequate competition),
  the solicitation will become an unrestricted procurement. Therefore,
  responses are being accepted from all firms, SBA 8(a) certified
  and unrestricted. If adequate competition cannot be established
  with the 8(a) firms, the procurement will be solicited unrestricted.
  The terms of the contract will be 365 calendar days from the
  date of contract award, or until the $1,000,000 limit is reached
  with one(1)year option. Each option period would be for 365
  days or until an additional $1,000,000 limitation is reached.
  Maximum amount of the contract is $2,000,000 or two (2) years
  depending on which threshold is reached first. If the dollar
  capacity of the previous year has not been utilized, this capacity
  will be added to the following year option (if exercised).
  The hourly rates will be negotiated for each calendar year
  and are independent of which option year is in effect. The
  minimum guaranteed fee is $5,000 for the base year. The A-E
  fee for any single task order shall not exceed $50,000. The
  estimated start date is April 2001. A-E selection criteria
  will include (in order of importance) 1. Professional qualifications
  of the staff to be assigned to the project(s) will include
  professional and technical support with experience and knowledge
  in the preparation of Marine Corps and Navy planning documents
  including: NEPA, master planning documents, facilities planning
  documents, special environmental studies and documentation,
  and traffic studies and documentation. List only the team members
  who actually will perform major tasks under this project and
  their qualifications reflecting their potential individual
  contributions to this project. Specialized Experience of the
  firm (including consultants) in preparation of Marine Corps
  and Navy planning documents including: NEPA, master planning
  documents, facilities planning documents, special environmental
  studies and documentation, and traffic studies and documentation.
  Do not list more than ten (10) projects in block 8. For each
  project listed indicate which consultants from the proposed
  team, if any, participated in the preparation of planning documentation.
  3. Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time. Indicate
  the firm's present workload and the availability of the project
  team (including consultants) for the specified contract performance
  period. Indicate specialized equipment available and prior
  security clearances. 4. Past performance on contracts with
  government agencies and private industry in terms of cost control,
  quality of work and compliance with performance schedules.
  Briefly describe internal quality assurance and cost control
  processes and indicate team members who are responsible for
  monitoring these processes. List recent awards, commendations,
  and other performance evaluations (do not submit copies).5.
  Location in the general geographic area and knowledge of the
  locality of the projects of Naval and Marine Corps bases within
  Arizona and California. This criterion only applies if the
  appropriate number of firms remain, given the nature and size
  of this project. 6. List small, disadvantaged, woman-owned
  businesses, veteran-owned small businesses or service-disabled
  veteran-owned small businesses, or HUBZone small businesses
  used as primary consultants or as sub-consultants. If a large
  business is short listed, it will be required to submit a subcontracting
  plan that should reflect a minimum 5% Small Business, 5% Small
  Disadvantaged Business, 5% Woman Owned Small Business and 3%
  Veteran-owned small business or service-disabled veteran-owned
  small business and 1.5% HUBZone Small Business, of the amount
  to be subcontracted out. Those firms that meet the requirements
  described in this announcement and who wish to be considered,
  must submit one copy each of a SF 254 and SF 255 for the firm
  and a SF 254 for each consultant listed in block 6 of the firms
  SF 255. 7 VOLUME: Volume of work previously awarded to the
  firm by the Department of Defense within the past twelve months.
  One copy of the submittal package is to be received in this
  office no later than 3:00 PM Pacific Time on the date indicated
  above. Should the due date fall on a weekend or holiday, the
  submittal package will be due the first workday thereafter.
  Submittals received after this date and time will not be considered.
  Additional information requested of applying firms: indicate
  solicitation number in block 2b, CEC (Contractor Establishment
  Code) and/or Duns number (for address listed in block 3), and
  TIN number in block 3, fax number and email address in block
  3a, and discuss why the firm is especially qualified based
  on the selection criteria in block 10 of the SF 255. For firms
  applying with multiple offices, indicate the office which completed
  each of the projects listed in block 8 and list which office
  is under contract for any contracts listed in block 9. Use
  block 10 of the SF 255 to provide any additional information
  desired. Personal interviews may not be scheduled prior to
  selection of the most highly qualified firm. SF 255's shall
  not exceed 30 printed pages (double sided is considered to
  be two pages/organizational charts and photographs excluded.
  Exception: photographs with text will be considered as a page).
  All information must be included on the SF 255 (cover letter,
  other attachments and pages in excess of the 30 page limit
  will not be included in the evaluation process). Firms not
  providing the requested information in the format (i.e. listing
  more than a total of 10 projects in block 8, not providing
  a brief description of the quality control plan, not listing
  which office of multiple office firms completed projects listed
  in block 8, etc.) directed by this synopsis may be negatively
  evaluated under selection criteria (3). Firms, their subsidiaries,
  or affiliates, which design or prepare specification for a
  construction contract or procurement of supplies, cannot provide
  the construction or supplies. This limitation also applies
  to subsidiaries and affiliates of the firm. This is not a request
  for proposal. Telegraphic and facsimile SF 255's will not be
  accepted. Site visits will not be arranged during the submittal
  period. In accordance with DFARS 252.204-7004 all firms must
  be registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  prior to any award of a contract. To obtain information on
  registration offerors may call 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://ccr.edi.disa.mil. The North America Industry classification
  System is 541620 (formally known as Standard Industrial Code
  8999-Services, NEC - environmental consultants) and the annual
  size standard is $5 million. See Numbered Note(s) 24.**********

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CITE: (W-348 SN5087X0)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: SOUTHWESTNAVFACENGCOM, 1220 Pacific Highway, San Diego,
  CA 92132-5187
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES - CONSTRUCTION
SOL N68711-01-R-0000
DUE 011701
POC Contract Specialist, Vanessa Schutt, 619-532-3779
DESC: THERE IS NO RFP PACKAGE TO DOWNLOAD. ALL INFORMATION NEEDED
  TO SUBMIT SF-254 AND SF-255 DOCUMENTS IS CONTAINED HEREIN.
  The intent of the Government is to award four (4) contracts
  for Regional Indefinite Quantity Environmental Architectural
  Engineering Services for Preparation of Navy/Marine Corps Facilities
  Planning Documentation for various projects. The unrestricted
  contracts are N68711-01-D-6202 for California (In Water and
  Coastal); N68711-01-D-6207 for California and Arizona Excluding
  San Diego County; and N68711-01-D-6210 for San Diego County.
  Small Business set-aside contract is N68711-01-D-6205 for California
  and Arizona (Operational/Acquisition). The preponderance of
  the work will be located within California and Arizona, but
  there is the possibility of work being located anywhere in
  the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, when that work
  comes under the responsibility of Southwest Division, Naval
  Facilities Engineering Command, San Diego, California. This
  procurement is unrestricted except for contract N68711-01-D-6205
  that is set aside for small business. In the event that adequate
  competition (three or more qualified small business firms)
  is not established, that solicitation will become an unrestricted
  procurement. Firms that are large business and short-listed
  will be required to submit a subcontracting plan prior to being
  interviewed. The terms of the contract will be 365 calendar
  days from the date of contract award, or until the $3,000,000
  limit is reached with four one (1) year options. Each option
  period would be for 365 days or until an additional $3,000,000
  limitation is reached. The contract maximum is $15,000,000
  or five (5) years depending on which threshold is reached first.
  If the dollar capacity of the previous year has not been utilized,
  this capacity will be added to the following year option (if
  exercised). The hourly rates will be negotiated for each calendar
  year and are independent of which option year is in effect.
  The minimum guaranteed fee is $5,000 for the base year. The
  A-E fee for any single task order shall not exceed $3,000,000.
  The estimated start date is April 2001. To be considered for
  more then one contract, list all contract numbers that A/E
  firm would like to be considered for in block 2b of SF255.
  A-E selection criteria will include (in order of importance):
  1. Professional qualifications of the staff to be assigned
  to the project(s) will include professional and technical support
  with experience and knowledge in the preparation of Marine
  Corps and Navy planning documents including: NEPA, master planning
  documents, facilities planning documents, special environmental
  studies and documentation, and traffic studies and documentation.
  List only the team members who actually will perform major
  tasks under this project and their qualifications reflecting
  their potential individual contributions to this project. 2.Specialized
  Experience of the firm (including consultants) in preparation
  of Marine Corps and Navy planning documents including: NEPA,
  master planning documents, facilities planning documents, special
  environmental studies and documentation, and traffic studies
  and documentation. Do not list more than ten (10) projects
  in block 8. For each project listed indicate which consultants
  from the proposed team, if any, participated in the preparation
  of planning documentation. 3. Capacity to accomplish the work
  in the required time. Indicate the firm's present workload
  and the availability of the project team (including consultants)
  for the specified contract performance period. Indicate specialized
  equipment available and prior security clearances. 4. Past
  performance on contracts with government agencies and private
  industry in terms of cost control, quality of work and compliance
  with performance schedules. Briefly describe internal quality
  assurance and cost control processes and indicate team members
  who are responsible for monitoring these processes. List recent
  awards, commendations, and other performance evaluations (do
  not submit copies. 5. Location in the general geographic area
  and knowledge of the locality of the projects of Naval and
  Marine Corps bases within Arizona and California. This criterion
  only applies if the appropriate number of firms remain, given
  the nature and size of this project. 6. List small, disadvantaged,
  woman-owned businesses, veteran-owned small businesses or service-disabled
  veteran-owned small businesses, or HUBZone small businesses
  used as primary consultants or as sub-consultants. If a large
  business is short listed, it will be required to submit a subcontracting
  plan that should reflect a minimum 5% Small Business, 5% Small
  Disadvantaged Business, 5% Woman Owned Small Business and 3%
  Veteran-owned small business or service-disabled veteran-owned
  small business and 1.5% HUBZone Small Business, of the amount
  to be subcontracted out. Those firms that meet the requirements
  described in this announcement and who wish to be considered,
  must submit one copy each of a SF 254 and SF 255 for the firm
  and a SF 254 for each consultant listed in block 6 of the firms
  SF 255. 7. VOLUME: Volume of work previously awarded to the
  firm by the Department of Defense within the past twelve months.
  One copy of the submittal package is to be received in this
  office no later than 3:00 PM Pacific Time on the date indicated
  above. Should the due date fall on a weekend or holiday, the
  submittal package will be due the first workday thereafter.
  Submittals received after this date and time will not be considered.
  Additional information requested of applying firms: indicate
  solicitation number(s) in block 2b, CEC (Contractor Establishment
  Code) and/or Duns number (for address listed in block 3), and
  TIN number in block 3, fax number and email address in block
  3a, and discuss why the firm is especially qualified based
  on the selection criteria in block 10 of the SF 255. For firms
  applying with multiple offices, indicate the office, which
  completed each of the projects, listed in block 8 and list
  which office is under contract for any contracts listed in
  block 9. Use block 10 of the SF 255 to provide any additional
  information desired. Personal interviews may not be scheduled
  prior to selection of the most highly qualified firm. SF 255's
  shall not exceed 40 printed pages (double sided is considered
  to be two pages/organizational charts and photographs excluded.
  Exception: photographs with text will be considered as a page).
  All information must be included on the SF 255 (cover letter,
  other attachments and pages in excess of the 40 page limit
  will not be included in the evaluation process). Firms not
  providing the requested information in the format (i.e. listing
  more than a total of 10 projects in block 8, not providing
  a brief description of the quality control plan, not listing
  which office of multiple office firms completed projects listed
  in block 8, etc.) directed by this synopsis may be negatively
  evaluated under selection criteria (3). Firms, their subsidiaries,
  or affiliates, which design or prepare specification for a
  construction contract or procurement of supplies, cannot provide
  the construction or supplies. This limitation also applies
  to subsidiaries and affiliates of the firm. This is not a request
  for proposal. Telegraphic and facsimile SF 255's will not be
  accepted. Site visits will not be arranged during the submittal
  period. In accordance with DFARS 252.204-7004 all firms must
  be registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  prior to any award of a contract. To obtain information on
  registration offerors may call 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://ccr.edi.disa.mil. The North America Industry classification
  System is 541620 (formally known as Standard Industrial Code
  8999-Services, NEC - Environmental consultants) and the annual
  size standard is $5 million. See Numbered Note(s)1 and 24.*****

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CITE: (W-348 SN508802)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Engineering Field Activity, NW, NAVFACENGCOM, 19917 7th
  Ave NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370-7570
SUBJECT: C--INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER
  SERVICES FOR FACILITIES PLANNING SERVICES/STUDIES 
SOL N44255-00-R-2496
DUE 011801
POC Val Vitacolonna, Contracting Officer, (360) 396-0267
DESC: The purpose of this contract is to obtain the services
  of an interdisciplinary team required to support long range
  and facilities planning at the Engineering Field Activity Northwest
  (EFANW) Office. The EFANW area of responsibility includes Washington,
  Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Utah. However, the Government
  may issue work orders, which require delivery to or performance
  at multiple destinations including travel to other West Coast
  locations such as California and Hawaii. Services shall be
  accomplished in the contractor's office with the exception
  of such field investigations and field surveys as are required
  at the project site. The Government will not provide any direct
  supervision of the Architect/Engineer (A/E) employees. Tasking
  under this contract will include the following types of services,
  studies, or reports.  Areas of functional knowledge and experience
  desired include airfield, industrial and waterfront operational
  facilities, aircraft, ship and weapons maintenance facilities,
  RST&E facilities, medical, supply and administrative facilities,
  Quality of Life (AOL) facilities (including bachelor housing,
  community support and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
  facilities), and utilities and infrastructure. PRIORITIZED
  SELECTION CRITERIA IN DESCENDING ORDER OF IMPORTANCE ARE: (1)
  PAST PERFORMANCE by the project team on similar projects by
  the proposed key personnel in terms of quality of work, cost
  control, use of sustainable development, and compliance with
  performance schedules. Key personnel are the technical leaders,
  and managers identified in the SF255 for employment on this
  contract. Projects that were not performed by proposed key
  personnel, and projects that were performed by key personnel
  while working for a different firm will be given less weight
  in the evaluation than projects performed by key personnel
  under the current team structure. Provide representative examples
  of projects completed within the last 5 years (no more than
  10 examples) with client's name, phone number and address.
  List recent performance evaluations and awards received by
  the proposed team for similar projects. Provide information
  on the firm's quality control program, and demonstrate how
  it has been used to improve performance. The definition of
  "similar projects" are projects that include preparation of:
  (a) Regional Shore Infrastructure Planning (RSIP) overview
  and Functional Plans (b) Activity Master Planning including
  Activity Planning and Management Models (APMM), and Activity
  Land and Facilities Assets (ALFA) Studies (c) Special Planning
  Studies, such as Land Use Compatibility Studies, Base Exterior
  Architecture Plans (BEAP), Base Closure and Related Studies
  and Capital Improvement Plans (d) Basic Facility Requirements
  (BFR) based on P-80 criteria and existing facility conditions
  evaluation (e) Digital Base Mapping/Aerial Photography including
  the development of GIS reference capability, and (f) all aspects
  related to the analysis and development of Military Construction
  Projects and preparation of all project documentation, including
  Economic Analysis, Facility Studies and Parametric Cost Estimates.
  (2) Recent SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE and technical competence
  of the proposed team in the type of work described in criteria
  1. Areas of functional knowledge and experience desired include
  airfield, industrial and waterfront operational facilities,
  aircraft, ship and weapons maintenance facilities, RST&E facilities,
  medical, supply and administrative facilities, Quality of Life
  (QOL) facilities (including bachelor housing, community support
  and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) facilities), and utilities
  and infrastructure. Knowledge of Navy facility missions, processes
  and planning procedures are highly desired. Firms that demonstrate
  experience in airfield, industrial and waterfront operational
  facilities will receive a higher rating value. (3) PROFESSIONAL
  QUALIFICATIONS of the staff and consultants to be assigned
  to this contract, which are necessary for satisfactory performance
  of the type of work requirements listed in criteria 1. In block
  4 of the SF 255 (Personnel by Discipline), show the entire
  proposed team by listing personnel employed by the Prime contractor
  in the blanks provided and personnel from consultants to the
  left in parentheses. In block 7 indicate the branch office
  location of each team member. (4) QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM.
  Provide evidence of the prime's experience in establishing
  and utilizing a quality control program, including but not
  limited to a written plan. Identify and describe key procedures
  to ensure effective coordination of all project data. Show
  how the subcontractor's quality control programs are integrated
  into the prime's QC program for projects similar to those discussed
  in criteria 1. (5) CAPACITY of the proposed team to accomplish
  the work in the required time. Demonstrate the ability to complete
  several multidisciplinary contract task orders concurrently
  (i.e., the impact of this potential workload on the firm's
  permanent staff, anticipated workload during the contract period,
  and the firm's history of successfully completing work in compliance
  with performance schedules). Indicate the firm's present and
  projected workload, and the availability of the proposed team
  members for the specified contract period. Demonstrate how
  the prime contractor will manage and coordinate the work of
  its staff and its subcontractors to produce integrated, cost
  effective solutions to task order assignments. Ability to respond
  quickly and coordinate multiple tasks between EFANW and its
  Activity customers. (6) LOCATION in the general geographic
  area of the project and knowledge of the locality of the project.
  ***Note: Criteria numbers (7) and (8) shall be used as secondary
  evaluation factors should the application of criteria numbers
  (1) through (6) result in firms being rated as equal. (7) SMALL
  BUSINESS. Use of small, small-disadvantaged or woman owned
  and HUBzone businesses on the proposed contract team. (8) VOLUME
  OF WORK awarded by DoD. List the total amount (dollar value)
  of DoD contract awards as the prime contractor within the past
  12 months in block 9 of the SF 255. GENERAL INFORMATION: The
  proposed procurement will result in the award of one fixed-price
  indefinite quantity contract. The effective period of the contract
  shall be a base year plus one option year, or a total aggregate
  task order value of $1,500,000.00 (one million, five hundred
  thousand dollars), whichever occurs first. For evaluation purposes
  only, the estimated annual contract usage is $750,000.00. The
  contract minimum guarantee shall be $15,000.00 or the value
  established by the seed project. Individual task orders executed
  under this contract are not expected to exceed $500,000.00.
  The estimated start date for the contract is May 2001. A small
  business and small disadvantaged business subcontracting plan
  may be required in accordance with FAR 19.702. The North American
  Industrial Code (NAIC) for this procurement is 541310 (formerly
  Standard Industrial Code (SIC) 8712). The small business size
  standard is $4 million annual average gross revenue for the
  last three fiscal years. Qualified firms desiring consideration
  shall submit one copy of an SF-254, and SF-255 including organization
  chart of key personnel to be assigned to this contract and
  each subconsultant's current SF-254 to Ms. Val Vitacolonna,
  Engineering Field Activity, Northwest, Code 05EK, 19917 7th
  Avenue, NE, Poulsbo, Washington 98370-7570. The submittal is
  due not later than close of business (4:00 p.m. local time),
  18 January 2001. Failure to submit the aforementioned items
  and the amount of DoD fees awarded to the firm will reflect
  negatively on the firm's submittal during the evaluation process.
  Elaborate brochures or other presentations beyond those sufficient
  to present a complete and effective response to this announcement
  are not desired. Telegraphic and facsimile SF-254's and SF-255's
  will not be accepted. This procurement is open to all business
  concerns.      
CITE: (W-348 SN508815)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: EFA Chesapeake, Washington Navy Yard, Building 212, 1314
  Harwood Street, S.E., Washington, DC 20374-5018
SUBJECT: C--STORM WATER SAMPLING AND DISCHARGE MONITORING REPORT
  PREPARATION, WNY/ANACOSTIA, WASHINGTON, DC
SOL N62477-01-R-0031
DUE 122700
POC Tammey L. Crouse (202) 685-3162
DESC: The Engineering Field Activity Chesapeake is currently
  seeking potential sources to perform Storm Water Sampling and
  Discharge Monitoring Report Preparation for the Washington
  Navy Yard and Anacostia Annex, Washington, DC. SOURCES MUST
  BE SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS. Requirements include the following
  services to be performed: The contractor shall perform National
  Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit storm
  water compliance monitoring at the Washington Navy Yard and
  the Anacostia Annex, and shall submit monthly draft and final
  Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) and violation reports in
  accordance with all requirements outlined in the activity NPDES
  permits. The Contractor shall submit a Quality Assurance Project
  Plan/Quality Assurance Manual and Laboratory Qualifications
  and shall attend a turnover meeting prior to start of this
  contract. The Contractor shall provide all labor, materials,
  and equipment to accomplish the monitoring, laboratory analysis
  by EPA certified lab, and reporting. The Washington Navy Yard
  has twelve outfalls, which need to be manually samples for
  various parameters, i.e., TSS, PCBs, metals, fecal coliform,
  total nitrogen, total phosphorus, BOD, and flow estimation.
  The Contractor shall obtain a storm water grab sampe taken
  during the first 30 minutes of the storm event. The Anacostia
  Annex has five outfalls, which require automatic samplers to
  collect samples each time it rains. The parameters, which require
  analysis are pH, oil and grease, and flow estimation. Any resultant
  contract will have a performance period that includes a base
  year with four option years. The contract type will be a Firm-Fixed
  Price/Indefinite Quantity. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
  AND NO SOLICITATION IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. The Government
  will not pay for information requested nor will it compensate
  any respondent for any cost incurred in developing information
  provided to the Government. Market research is being conducted
  to determine interest by SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS and; capability
  of potential sources for this requirement. Companies wishing
  to respond must complete and submit the following information:
  (1) What is your company size under NAIC 541620, Environmental
  Consulting Services; (2) Does your company regularly engage
  in the type of services requested in this announcement; (3)
  How long has your company provided these types of services;
  (4) If your company has performed these types of services in
  the past please list the specific types of tasks/services provided;
  (5) Please provide a list of contracts your company is currently
  performing or has performed that would be considered the same
  as/similar to this effort including title, award amount and
  references with name and phone number; (6) Does your company
  subcontract out any of the required services. If so, please
  indicate which services and which firms your routinely subcontract
  with. The information should be submitted either via e-mail
  at tlcrouse@efaches.navfac.navy.mil or faxed to (202) 433-6900
  Attention: Tammey L. Crouse. The due date for responses to
  the market survey is 27 December 2000 by close of business.
EMAILADD: tlcrouse@efaches.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508812)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Office of Acquisition (TQ), 10300 Eaton Place, 5th Floor,
  Fairfax, VA, 22030
SUBJECT: D--NORFOLK METROPOLITAN AREA ACQUISITION
SOL TQD-NF-01-1023
DUE 030601
POC George Davis, Contracting Officer, Phone (703) 610-1632,
  Fax (703) 610-1664, Email geo.davis@gsa.gov
DESC: Notice of Intent to issue the Norfolk Metropolitan Area
  Acquisition Request for Proposals. The General Services Administration
  (GSA), Federal Technology Service (FTS) is requesting proposals
  for Norfolk, VA metropolitan area telecommunications services.
  The Request for Proposals will be released on or about January
  5, 2001. An orientation meeting which includes a brief walk-through
  of typical of representative federal office space and equipment
  rooms in the Greater Metropolitan Area of Norfolk will be conducted
  on January 10, 2001, starting at 9:00 AM local time. The orientation
  meeting will begin in Room 239, at the Federal Building; 200
  Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23510. Potential offerors
  interested in attending the orientation meeting are requested
  to notify Mr. Wayne Woodson at (757) 874-3002 no later than
  3:30 PM on January 9, 2001. Photographic equipment may not
  be used during the site surveys and a maximum of three representatives
  per company will be accommodated. The resulting contract scope
  includes all local telecommunications services. The scope also
  includes, but is not limited to, technological enhancements,
  service improvements and all new and/or emerging telecommunications
  service offerings that arise during the term of the contract.
  The Request for Proposals will specify the traffic information
  and any specific technical or management requirements for the
  metropolitan area. The Government encourages partnering between
  small and large businesses. The Request for Proposals will
  be available in Microsoft Word 7.0 format on GSA's Internet
  mail address at http://www.gsa.gov/maa, and on GSA's Electronic
  Posting System Internet address at http://www.eps.gov. Offerors
  are encouraged to begin monitoring these web sites for the
  actual release of the Request for Proposals. The Government
  anticipates receipt of offeror proposals sixty (60) calendar
  days after issuance of the Request for Proposals. Comments
  should be addressed to: MAA Contracting Officer, George A.
  Davis at: General Services Administration, 10300 Eaton Place,
  Fairfax City, VA 22030 (Room 513), or on the Internet at http://www.geo.davis@gsa.gov
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=TQD-NF-01-1023&L=65
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: geo.davis@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087O7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  11th CONS, 110 Luke Avenue, Building 5681, Bolling AFB, DC,
  20332-0305
SUBJECT: D--PROPRIETARY CENTRALIZED XEROX MESSAGE PROCESSOR (CXMP)
  520 MAINTENANCE SERVICES
SOL Reference-Number-F6042201820100
DUE 122800
POC Natalie Sitkowski, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-767-7944,
  Fax 202-767-7812, Email natalie.sitkowski@bolling.af.mil
DESC: The 11th Contracting Squadron/LGCN, 110 Luke Avenue _ Room
  250, Bolling AFB DC 20332-0305 intends to award a simplified
  acquisition purchase order to Xerox Special Information Systems,
  Pasadena CA for the purchase of, Centralized Xerox Message
  Processor (CXMP 520) Hardware and Proprietary Operating Software,
  maintenance support services. Services will be rendered at
  HQ 497th IG/INDIS, 1480 AF Pentagon, Washington DC 20330-1480
  for a period of 6 months. Any questions or comments should
  be directed in writing to Natalie A. Sitkowski via e-mail (Natalie.Sitkowski@bolling.af.mil)
  or fax (202-767-7814). See Note 22: This acquisition is being
  procured on a Sole Source basis to Xerox in accordance with
  the authority invested in Title 10 USC 2304(a)(1). NAIC 811212
  _ Computer Equipment Repair and Maintenance Services. No telephone
  inquires will be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=Reference-Number-F6042201820100&L=207
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: natalie.sitkowski@bolling.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Q2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  11th CONS, 110 Luke Avenue, Building 5681, Bolling AFB, DC,
  20332-0305
SUBJECT: D--EMS DELTA SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
SOL Reference-Number-F8010101650200
DUE 122800
POC Charles Britt, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-767-7934, Fax
  202-767-7814, Email charles.britt@bolling.af.mil - Natalie
  Sitkowski, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-767-7944, Fax 202-767-7812,
  Email
DESC: The 11th Contracting Squadron/LGCN, 110 Luke Avenue - Room
  250, Bolling AFB 20332-0305 intends to award a simplified acquisition
  purchase order to EMS Consultants, Crofton, MD for the purchase
  of, EMS's propriety "Delta 1000 Environmental Control System",
  maintenance support services. Services will be rendered at
  APFCA, 1600 AF Pentagon, Room 1D1070, Washington, DC for a
  period of 12 months. Any questions or comments should be directed
  in writing to Charles Britt via e-mail(charles.britt@bolling.af.mil)
  or fax (202-767-7814). See Note 22: This acquisition is being
  procured on a Sole Source basis to EMS in accordance with the
  authority invested in Title 10 USC 2304(c)(1). NAIC 811212
  - Computer Equipment Repair and Maintenance Services. No telephone
  inquires will be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=Reference-Number-F8010101650200&L=207
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: charles.britt@bolling.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087U7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Subsistance, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia,
  Attn: DPSC-HRUB, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: D--DATA TRACKING PARTNERSHIP WITH INDUSTRY
SOL N/A
DUE 010801
POC Marty Lieb 215-737-4210
DESC: It is DSCP's intent to test(at no risk/cost to the Government)
  the ability of Information technology companies to gather data
  from one of our contracted Prime vendors. This data collection
  process, which will ultimately provide DSCP buying power leverage,
  will include at a minimum: track/insure allowance application
  from all NAPA sources,supply brand name and generic item usage
  reports and provide installation/customer usage information.
  The above reports must be accessible on a secure World Wide
  Web site. The Prime Vendor you independently find and partner
  with for the purpose of this test must have a contract(s) with
  DSCP valued over $5 Million with delivery to CONUS points only(i.e.
  no overseas delivery for the purpose of this test). Monthly
  results of this test must be made available 60 and 90 days
  after the official start date. After this initial test, it
  is DSCPs intent to select and facilitate an agreement with
  the information technology company(ies) deemed most conforming
  and advantageous to the Governments need. Price and other factors
  shall be considered in this evaluation. This request is not
  a formal solicitation and will not result in a contract. It
  is strictly an agreement to provide a service to DSCP and its
  partnered manufacturers and other interested parties. Although
  DSCP will use pricing in its selection process, compensation
  is at the discretion of you and the manufacturers who may want
  and therefore pay for the service. Consideration of FAR requirements
  will be utilized for evaluating foreign firms. Interested participants
  may receive a copy of this request by emailing Mr. Marty Lieb,
  Program Manager at mglieb@dscp.dla.mil or call 215-737-4210.

LINKURL: http://www.dscp.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mglieb@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087X2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Subsistance, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia,
  Attn: DPSC-HRUB, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: D--DATA TRACKING PARTNERSHIP WITH INDUSTRY
SOL N/A
DUE 010801
POC Marty Lieb 215-737-4210
DESC: It is DSCP's intent to test(at no risk/cost to the Government)
  the ability of Information technology companies to gather data
  from one of our contracted Prime vendors. This data collection
  process, which will ultimately provide DSCP buying power leverage,
  will include at a minimum: track/insure allowance application
  from all NAPA sources,supply brand name and generic item usage
  reports and provide installation/customer usage information.
  The above reports must be accessible on a secure World Wide
  Web site. The Prime Vendor you independently find and partner
  with for the purpose of this test must have a contract(s) with
  DSCP valued over $5 Million with delivery to CONUS points only(i.e.
  no overseas delivery for the purpose of this test). Monthly
  results of this test must be made available 60 and 90 days
  after the official start date. After this initial test, it
  is DSCPs intent to select and facilitate an agreement with
  the information technology company(ies) deemed most conforming
  and advantageous to the Governments need. Price and other factors
  shall be considered in this evaluation. This request is not
  a formal solicitation and will not result in a contract. It
  is strictly an agreement to provide a service to DSCP and its
  partnered manufacturers and other interested parties. Although
  DSCP will use pricing in its selection process, compensation
  is at the discretion of you and the manufacturers who may want
  and therefore pay for the service. Consideration of FAR requirements
  will be utilized for evaluating foreign firms. Interested participants
  may receive a copy of this request by emailing Mr. Marty Lieb,
  Program Manager at mglieb@dscp.dla.mil or call 215-737-4210.

LINKURL: http://www.dscp.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mglieb@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087X3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. General Accounting Office, Acquisition Management,
  441 G. Street N.W., Room 6851, Washington, DC 20548
SUBJECT: D--DIGITAL VOICE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM/SERVICES
SOL N/A
POC Loretta Williams, Contract Specialist, (202)512-5102
DESC: The U.S. General Accounting Office intends to solicit and
  award a contract to Bell South Telecommunications, Inc. for
  local telephone services. The contract will be for a base period
  with nine (9) renewal options beginning October 1, 2000. A
  proposed contract will be awarded on a sole source basis since
  local services can only be obtained by the local telephone
  company. Bell South Telecommunications, Inc. cited on this
  action, under the authority granted by the Federal Communications
  Commission and the State Public Services/Utilities Commissions
  (FCC&SPS/UC), is the local telephone company and as such, is
  the ONLY provider of the commercial service(s) within the area.
  The contract provides for digital voice telecommunications
  systems/services which will provide for flexible management
  of telecommunications and achieve maximum operational capabilities
  and cost efficiencies. The proposed contract action is for
  supplies or services for which the Government intends to solicit
  and negotiate with only one (1) source under the authority
  of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302. Interested
  persons may identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent
  is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all proposals
  received within forty-five (45) days (thirty days if award
  is issued under an existing basic ordering agreement) after
  date of publication of this synopsis will be considered by
  the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete
  this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.

CITE: (W-348 SN5087Y5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. General Accounting Office, Acquisition Management,
  441 G. Street N.W., Room 6851, Washington, DC 20548
SUBJECT: D--DIGITAL VOICE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS/SERVICES
SOL N/A
POC Loretta Williams, Contract Specialist, (202)512-5102
DESC: The U.S. General Accounting Office intends to solicit and
  award a contract to Southwestern Bell Telephone for local telephone
  services. The contract will be for a base period with nine
  (9) renewal options beginning October 1, 2000. A proposed contract
  will be awarded on a sole source basis since local services
  can only be obtained by the local telephone company. Southwestern
  Bell Telephone cited on this action, under the authority granted
  by the Federal Communications Commission and the State Public
  Services/Utilities Commissions (FCC&SPS/UC), is the local telephone
  company and as such, is the ONLY provider of the commercial
  service(s) within the area. The contract provides for digital
  voice telecommunications systems/services which will provide
  for flexible management of telecommunications and achieve maximum
  operational capabilities and cost efficiencies. The proposed
  contract action is for supplies or services for which the Government
  intends to solicit and negotiate with only one (1) source under
  the authority of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302.
  Interested persons may identify their interest and capability
  to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  all proposals received within forty-five (45) days (thirty
  days if award is issued under an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be considered
  by the Government. A determination by the Government not to
  compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.

CITE: (W-348 SN5087Z0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Army Atlanta Contracting Center, Attn: AFLG-PRC, HQ USA
  FORSCOM DCSLOG CD, 1301 Anderson Way, SW, Ft. McPherson, GA
  30330-1096
SUBJECT: D--CONTRACTOR SUPPORT SERVICES OF HQ FORSCOM NETWORKS
DUE 122900
POC Specialist: Heven Ford, Jr. (404)-464-2779 , Officer: Vicky
  S. Rucco (404)-464-2752
DESC: Headquarters Forces Command (FORSCOM) Army Atlanta Contracting
  Center (AACC), is seeking market information on Small, Small-disadvantaged,
  Hub-zone and 8(a) business sources capable of providing non-personal
  support services for the HQ FORSCOM networks and associated
  systems, remote sites, and interfacing Department of Army (DA),
  Department of Defense (DOD), and Joint systems. The scope covers
  the following eight areas; Transition describes the contractor's
  initial effort required to coordinate all activities leading
  to the phasing out of incumbent contracts and the full ramp-up
  of the new contract. Program Management, describes the effort
  required to support the Deputy Chief of Staff for Command,
  Control, Communications, and Computers (DCSC4) in the engineering
  and technical management of the FORSNET. Network Services describes
  the network support required for the HQ FORSCOM, Global Command
  and Control System (GCCS), Army GCCS, legacy systems, and associated
  systems within the FORSNET network. Quality Control describes
  the technical support, and resources required to provide effective
  quality assurance of the network. Systems Integration describes
  the planning, designing, engineering, development, and integration
  of software and systems installations, upgrades, and enhancements.
  Training addresses the network and applications training the
  contractor shall provide to HQ FORSCOM user personnel and supported
  organizations. FORSNET Special Project Requirements addresses
  special project requirements the contractor shall provide to
  HQ FORSCOM on an as required basis. Maintenance describes the
  services required to maintain the network, network nodes, and
  stand-alone systems. AACC anticipates a fixed-price acquisition
  that will include a base period of twelve months plus four
  one-year option periods with possible award terms to extend
  the performance period. North American Industry Classification
  Systems Code 541519, size standard $18 million and Federal
  Service Code D399 applies. Interested vendors are requested
  to complete a Market Survey For Small Business Capability to
  perform the aforementioned tasks as they relate to the HQ FORSCOM
  Network. The survey will be conducted electronically using
  the Internet or electronic mail and will be available after
  December 14, 2000 at Internet address http://forscom.army.mil.
  The survey can found under the market research area of our
  homepage. Interested parties must complete and return the market
  survey by December 29, 2000. Any resulting request for proposal
  will be posted at the same website as the request for information,
  interested sources are encouraged to monitor the website and
  the Commerce Business Daily for further information. Completed
  Market Surveys and/or questions, shall be directed, via electronic
  mail, to the attention of Heven Ford, Jr. at fordh@forscom.
  army.mil. 
LINKURL: http//www.forscom.army.mil/aacc
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fordh@forscom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508838)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Defense Information Systems Agency, DITCO-NCR, 701 South
  Court House Road, Arlington, VA 22204-2199
SUBJECT: D--ENGINEERING SERVICES
SOL N/A
POC Contact MAJ Bobby Myers, 703-681-2305/Contracting Officer,
  Barbara A. Janitis, 703-607-6913
DESC: The Defense Information Systems Agency/Joint Interoperability
  and Engineering Organization (DISA/JIEO) is seeking vendor
  information to identify potential sources that can produce
  and maintain the Defense Information Infrastructure Common
  Operating Environment (DII COE) Common Operational Picture
  (COP) server and Visualization software packages and provide
  all necessary technical support to: mature and extend the DII
  COE COP infrastructure and architecture; increased accessibility;
  expand the Integrated C4I System Framework (ICSF) usefulness
  to a variety of user environments (e.g. Commanders-In-Chief
  (CINCs), Joint Task Force (JTF), Firing Unit levels); enhance
  ICSF's support to the joint battlespace; reduce the time and
  effort required for customers to produce COP applications;
  produce and support Global Command and Control System (GCCS)
  configuration definitions and mission applications; maintain
  the current software baseline; and support the transfer throughout
  Government and industry of the knowledge needed to extend and
  use the COE and integrate applications into the COE environment.
  Requirements include providing the following: a more mature
  and extensible ICSF infrastructure and architecture; identification
  of capability and tool requirements; support for existing and
  emerging technologies; expanded multi-platform support; integration
  standards and documentation; version integration support; engineering
  process support; DII COE, ICSF, GCCS and Global Combat Support
  System (GCSS) architecture support; support for C4I system
  interfaces (e.g., Tactical Battle Management and Command System
  (TBMCS), Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M),
  Global Command and Control System - Army (GCCS-A), etc); development
  and documentation of Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs)
  and Government Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) components; documentation
  of associated architecture, design and programmers guidance;
  support for problem identification and resolution; segmentation
  training; government integration training; user/developer training;
  user technical support. The requirements also include supporting
  the development of interfaces to legacy systems as well as
  the integration of advanced capabilities into the GCCS, GCSS,
  ICSF, and DII COE. Potential sources must demonstrate the following:
  In-depth knowledge of the DII COE including its software integration
  approach for federated sharing of the operating system's run
  time environment, architectural components of infrastructure
  services and common support applications built on the run time
  environment, software reuse, and strategy for migrating of
  existing legacy capabilities; in-depth knowledge of the DII
  COE Shared Data Environment (SHADE) including its architecture,
  implementation approaches, re-usable data-related software
  components, data guidelines and standards, database design,
  data sharing from tight to loose federations, strategies for
  bridging data "stovepipes" to broaden interoperability, and
  concept for using Extensible Markup Language (XML); in-depth
  knowledge of the current state of technology, future trends
  in technology and integration of emerging technology into the
  DII COE and SHADE; in-depth knowledge of subscriber systems
  and the technical, schedule, and program issues associated
  with subscriber implementation of the DII COE; in-depth knowledge
  of Distributed Information Technology at all layers Network,
  Operating System, Architecture/Protocol and Distributed Management,
  and how Information Assurance has to be integrated into each
  layer; in-depth knowledge of and demonstrated expertise in
  implementing current Information Assurance-related tools, techniques,
  and capabilities, including proxy and firewall technology,
  Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology, Secure Sockets
  Layer (SSL) technology, and National Security Agency (NSA)
  encryption methods; knowledge of currently installed GCCS and
  GCSS mission applications and the DII COE components; in-depth
  knowledge and understanding of Unified Build, COP, Joint Mapping
  Tool Kit - Visualization (JMV), ICSF, and associated communications
  capabilities; expertise in Track Database Manager (TDBM) processes
  and internal data structures; knowledge of Database Management
  processes and experience in use of alternative data and object
  management technologies including but not limited to Relational
  Database Management System (RDBMS), Object-oriented Database
  Management System (ODBMS), in memory approaches, XML; knowledge
  of Message Data Exchange (MDX) and Message Data Exchange Network
  (MDXNET) functionality required to support message exchanges
  via Local Area Network (LAN)/ Wide Area Network (WAN); knowledge
  of and skill in deployment and operation of the COP in GCCS,
  GCSS and other C4I systems; in-depth knowledge of the operational
  employment of the COP and fielded COP architectures; architectures
  knowledge and experience including detailed knowledge of interoperability
  issues and technical solutions for interoperating with coalition
  forces; in-depth knowledge of Combat Support applications and
  GCSS data sources and technical interface requirements to support
  integration into the COP, operational employment of the COP
  and fielded COP architectures, including the following: Interface/integration
  with the GCSS data mediation environment, interface and integration
  with Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES),
  Global Status of Readiness and Training System (GSORTS), National
  Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) (Water and Airport static
  information), Global Transportation Network (GTN), Joint Total
  Asset Visibility - European Command (JTAV-EUCOM), Joint Total
  Asset Visibility - Pacific Command (JTAV-PACOM), Joint Total
  Asset Visibility - Atlantic Command (JTAV-ACOM), Joint Personnel
  Asset Visibility (JPAV), & Dynamic Tracks (DTRACS) Sites and
  Units COP Databases and their relationships with the TDBM;
  knowledge of the current COP architectures and existing COP
  software components in DII COE Version 3.1 and how to move
  them to DII COE Version 4.x software baseline; expertise in
  Internet architectures and techniques for integrating mapping
  and imagery products into a Web-based environment, as evidenced
  by the following: Knowledge of the current Enhanced Linked
  Virtual Information System (ELVIS) I & II architectures, knowledge
  of the Combat Support application development specifics and
  requirements for addition to the ELVIS I & II software baselines;
  an understanding of the technical challenges for displaying
  the COP on small handheld devices such as a Palm Pilot or similar
  handheld platforms; in-depth knowledge of the use of map servers;
  demonstrated ability in maintaining the Tactical Management
  System software, the ICSF software, the Integrated Foundation
  Libraries, specialized tactical management system software,
  and time synchronization tools; demonstrated ability to maintain
  and enhance segments that are used for multi-source correlation,
  including correlation of classified data sources; demonstrated
  ability to maintain and enhance existing software segments
  used for Missile Early Warning; demonstrated ability to maintain
  and baseline source code and technical documentation developed
  by another vendor; demonstrated ability to support and troubleshoot
  software for extended periods of time in a global environment
  with cleared personnel who possess relevant military operational
  expertise; knowledge of the DII COE segmentation concept and
  ability to segment software; in-depth knowledge of Ground Order
  of Battle and expertise in relating Near-Real Time track data
  with structured, semi-structured, and free form amplification
  data, making and managing automatic track associations, making
  and managing data correlation; in-depth knowledge of current
  and emerging mapping, charting, geodesy and imagery technologies
  and infrastructure services; demonstrated ability to build
  and maintain large (1-2M Software Lines Of Code) C4I systems;
  a demonstrated and defined software development process including
  software size and schedule estimation and schedule metrics;
  configuration management; software quality assurance, assurance
  and management addressing software quality metrics, analysis
  and defect prevention; software inspection, software quality
  and schedule metrics, test strategy and procedures, and integration
  methodology; knowledge in developing and implementing software
  process improvement and experience in software process models
  (e.g., the Software Engineering Institute(SEI) Capability Maturity
  Model, NASA's experience factory, (SEI/Watts Humphrey) Personal
  Software Process (PSP) and/or Team Software Process (TSP);
  demonstrate the requisite technical staff with the minimum
  SECRET clearances available, low staff turnover, and the ability
  to cover multiple development/user sites; knowledge of and
  expertise in building systems based on multi-tier component-based
  software architectures to include: flexible information models
  and flexible information distribution; the use of component-based
  software to enable pluggable data models, sources, and algorithms
  (e.g. pluggable correlators); service-based architectures;
  support for transient client connections and variable bandwidth
  connections; transition strategies from the current ICSF architecture;
  expertise in developing systems based on server side component
  models and the supporting commercial technologies (e.g. Enterprise
  Java Beans and J2EE); and demonstrated knowledge and expertise
  in determining appropriate use of enterprise level technologies
  like Message Oriented Middleware. Potential sources should
  also address the following critical element: Demonstrated ability
  to maintain and baseline source code, which exceeds 2 million
  lines of code and over 272 segments developed by another vendor
  on a schedule-driven, overlapping, six-month product development
  cycle and to produce the required technical documentation.
  Vendors, or vendor teams, in responding to this announcement
  must provide a written brief indicating their demonstrated
  knowledge, capabilities, and relevant experience in relation
  to the above requirements/critical elements to the DISA POC
  below. Submit one electronic copy (MS Office 97 format) and
  one hard copy of written response to Defense Information Systems
  Agency (DISA) ATTN: Major Myers, 5600 Columbia Pike, Falls
  Church, VA 22041-2717; email address is myersr@ncr.disa.mil.
  Submit one electronic copy to the Contracting Officer at: janitisb@ncr.disa.mil.
  Written submissions must be received not later than 15 business
  days after this published notice. After written submissions
  are received, respondents may be contacted within 10 business
  days to schedule oral brief/questioning by a DISA technical
  panel.    
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, P.O. Box 640, Springerville,
  AZ 85938
SUBJECT: F--LONG POINT THINNING & SLASH TREATMENT
SOL RFQ R3-01-01-10
DUE 010501
POC Rufus Ki Cole, 520/333-6344
DESC: The USDA Forest Service, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests,
  Springerville Ranger District, Apache County, requires pre-commercial
  thinning and piling on 4 blocks totaling an estimated 179 acres.
  The project area can be located, from Springerville, drive
  4 miles east on State Hwy 260 to State Hwy 261. Drive south
  on Hwy 261 approximately 22 miles to Forest Road 409. Drive
  west on FR 409 approximately 3 miles to FR 8356. Drive approximately
  1 mile north on FR 8356 to the project area. Plans and specifications
  will be available on or about Tuesday, December 19, 2000. Estimated
  price range is $25,000 to $99,999. No telephone requests for
  solicitation packages will accepted: use fax no. 520/333-6357
  or mail address, ATTN: Margaret Cisco for either mail or fax.
  All responsible sources may submit a quote which will be considered.
  Contract time is 180 days. See notes 1.
EMAILADD: mcisco@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Nez Perce National Forest, Route 2 Box 475, Grangeville,
  ID 83530
SUBJECT: F--TREE PLANTING
SOL RFP R1-17-01-006
DUE 020701
POC Contracting (208) 983-1950
DESC: Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery Tree Planting.
  Project is located on the Salmon River, Clearwater, Red River
  and Moose Creek Ranger Districts of the Nez Perce National
  Forest, Idaho County, Idaho. Project consists of approximately
  2,800 acres of spring, summer and fall planting, including
  vexar installation. Estimated start date is April 15, 2001.
  There will be a renewal option for 2002 requirements. Multiple
  awards are anticipated. "See Note 1".   
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Huron Manistee National Forest,
  1755 S. Mitchell St., Cadillac, MI 49601
SUBJECT: F--TREE TOPPING
SOL R9Z-01-05-HM
DUE 011001
POC To request a copy of this solicitation package please contact
  Pam Bohte at 715-362-1187; Direct technical questions to David
  Riegle at 517-739-0728.
DESC: The purpose of this project is to top approximately 5762
  live trees on approximately 1059 acres providing snags for
  wildlife habitat.   This project is 100% set-aside for Small
  Business Concerns.
EMAILADD: pbohte@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
  (please include your address)."
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training
  Center, Route 1, Box 166, Shepherdstown, WV 25443
SUBJECT: F--CONSERVATION EDUCATION
SOL 982101R101
DUE 012601
POC Deborah A. Walsh, 703-876-7359
DESC: Pursuant to a Memorandum of Understanding among the U.S.
  Fish and Wildlife Service, The Conservation Fund, and the National
  Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  intends to enter into a cost-sharing contract with The Conservation
  Fund, a non-profit organization, for the development and facilitation
  of a wide variety of conservation-related, educational programs
  and courses. This will be a IDIQ, task order contract. A one-year
  base period plus five one-year option periods are anticipated.
  See Notes 22 and 26. 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA - Forest Service, 8901 Grand Ave. Place, Duluth,
  MN 55808-1102
SUBJECT: F--FUELS ABATEMENT (AARDVARK)
SOL R9-9-01-3
POC MN Shared Service Contracting Unit, 218-626-4364
DESC: (Aardvark) fuels abatement work (machine piling/crushing/firebreak
  preparation) on the LaCroix Ranger District, Superior National
  Forest, St. Louis County, MN. The work to be accomplished is
  in areas affected by the July 4, 1999, wind storm. Dead, down
  and severly damaged trees will be treated. Desired date for
  starting work is approx. February 1, 2001. Completion date
  is March 31, 2002. See numbered note #1.
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: USA Robert Morris Acquisition Center, Yuma Proving Ground
  Contracting Division, ATTN: AMSSB-ACY/Bldg. 2100, Yuma, AZ
  85365-9106
SUBJECT: F--FEASIBILITY STUDY
SOL DAAD01-01-T-0005
DUE 010301
POC Becci Winkler, Contract Administrator, Phone (520) 328-6163
  or Facsimile (529) 328-6849
DESC: Commercial Acquisition: The United States Army Robert Morris
  Acquisition Center - Yuma Contracting Division , AZ has a requirement
  for the preparation of a feasibility study in support of the
  US Army Yuma Proving Ground Command Technology Directorate.
  The services are considered commercial in nature and award
  will be based on acquisition of commercial items under FAR
  Part 12, and a 100% small business set-aside under SIC code
  8999 (NAIC 54162). If you have any questions, facsimile Becci
  Winkler (520) 328-6849 or email Becci.Winkler@yuma-exch1.army.mil
  and please include your mailing address, point of contact,
  phone number, facsimile number, Email address and business
  size in your request. If your company can supply these commercial
  services, facsimile or email your proposal, including price
  and availability under commercial item contract terms to Miss
  Winkler. A written solicitation will not be issued and award
  will be made based on responses to this synopsis request. We
  intend to award this contract on the 21st day after publication
  of this notice; therefore, only proposals received before the
  close of business on the twentieth day after publication of
  this notice shall be considered. The statement of work is as
  follows: Scope of Work - Prepare a Feasibility Study For U.S.
  Army Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona. 1.0 GENERAL: 1.1 SCOPE To
  prepare a feasibility study that will provide critical information
  to identify and assess the proving ground's archaeological
  data to determine what is required to build a predictive model.
  1.2 HOURS OF OPERATION Normal hours of operation at Yuma Proving
  Ground (YPG) are 0630 to 1700 MST, Monday through Thursday.
  You must submit a request for work other than these hours at
  least 24 in advance through your assigned technical point of
  contact. 1.3 BACKGROUND: 1.3.1 MISSION We are a developmental
  testing facility under the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command,
  a part of the Army Materiel Command. Our mission is testing
  of various weapon and protection systems that support the soldier
  in the field. Commodity areas include: munitions and weapons,
  air delivery, tracked vehicles, automotive systems and human
  engineering products. 1.3.2 LOCATION We are located in the
  southwest corner of Arizona. In area we are about the size
  of Rhode Island. Temperatures are in excess of 100 degrees
  F during the months of June, July, August and September. Our
  land is rough desert terrain. 1.4 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE Feasibility
  Study to be completed within 8 weeks of contract award. 2.0
  DEFINITIONS: 2.1 GENERAL: 2.1.1 ETO Explosive Technical Officer.
  2.1.2 HOLIDAYS - Our ten official holidays are New Year's Day,
  Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, 4th
  of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving,
  Christmas. 2.1.3 NLT - Not Later Than. 2.1.4 TECHNICAL POINT
  OF CONTACT (TPCO) - A representative of the requiring activity
  who is responsible for work hours coordination and review and
  acceptance of the final work product. 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED
  PROPERTY: 3.1 We will provide archaeology information as needed
  with the understanding the information is confidential. Materials
  may be copied but upon project completion all material(s) ,
  to include copied material(s), shall be returned to YPG. 4.0
  CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS - You shall provide all personnel,
  supplies and equipment necessary to conduct any field work
  (if applicable) and prepare the deliverables. 5.0 SPECIFIC
  TASKS: 5.1. Prepare a feasibility study that will provide critical
  information to identify and evaluate the Proving Ground's archaeological
  data (for example: cultural resources database, GIS layers,
  geomorphology/soils reports) in order to determine what is
  required to build an archaeological predictive model. 6.0 DELIVERABLES:
  One (1) Feasibility report due within three (3) weeks of project
  completion. 6.2 ACCEPTANCE - The final study will be inspected
  in accordance with the inspection clause in the contract. Final
  acceptance will be based on the delivery of all requirements
  in accordance with the contract. If recommendations from the
  feasibility study are accepted, further work will be negotiated
  under separate contract. Delivery of the study shall be F.O.B.
  to U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona within 8 weeks of
  award. Applicable FAR clauses and provisions applicable to
  the resultant award are as follows: 52.212-1 Instructions to
  Offerors--Commercial Items; 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial
  Items 52.247-34 F.O.B. Destination; 52.212-3 Offeror Representations
  and Certifications--Commercial Items; 52.212-5 Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items; 52.215-5 Facsimile Proposals; DFARS
  252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions
  of Commercial items; and HTTP://WWW.DTIC.DLA.MIL/AMC. Award
  determination will be made based on FAR 52.212-2 "Award Commercial
  Items" the Criteria for selection shall be 1) TECHNICAL: 75%
  demonstrated technical and specialized experience in preparing
  feasibility/predictive models, technical writing ability, innovative
  approaches to cultural resources management and personnel meeting
  or exceeding the Secretary of Interior standards; and 2) COST:
  25%. Contractor shall provide a technical proposal demonstrating
  the technical capability and personnel requirements and a proposed
  fixed-price cost, CLIN 0001 Lump Sum $_______. Payment may
  be made to the Contractor through Government Visa Card. See
  Note 1.
EMAILADD: Becci.Winkler@Yuma-exch1.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: F--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-F-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Stan Harkey, Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 823-1281, Fax
  (816) 926-3678, Email stan.harkey@gsa.gov - Lou Duarte, Contract
  Specialist, Phone (816) 926 5123, Fax (816) 926 3678, Email
  lou.duarte@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-F-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: stan.harkey@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons,
  Procurement and Property Branch, 320 First Street NW, Washington,
  D.C. 20534
SUBJECT: G--COMMUNITY CORRECTION CENTER SERVICES, TRANSITIONAL
  DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES, INTENSIVE DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT
  SERVICES AND URINALYSIS SERVICES
SOL RFP 200-0635-NC
DUE 011601
POC Vickey R. Kirkpatrick, Contracting Officer, @ 202/307-3070
DESC: Submission Notice 5032J9 is modified to cancel the Pre-proposal
  conference scheduled for December 14, 2000, from 0900 AM until
  2:00 PM at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, Training Center,
  Chicago, Illinois. Please Metropolitan Correctional Center,
  Training Center, Chicago, Illinois. Please contact Vickey R.
  Kirkpatrick telephonically or by fax (202/307-2780) with all
  questions and concerns relating to this solicitation. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal which will be considered by this
  agency. No telephonic requests for this solicitation will be
  accepted. Please fax or mail all request.
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE & REPAIR OF OHMEDA ANESTHESIA EQUIPMENT
SOL 69D-124-01
DUE 122600
POC Diane Brazale, Contracting Officer, (414) 902-5403 
DESC: The Great Lakes Acquisition Center is soliciting quotations
  to provide maintenance and repair of the Datex-Ohmeda Anesthesia
  Equipment located at the VA Medical Center, Iron Mt. MI for
  the period beginning 1/1/01 through 9/30/01 plus four (4) Option
  Renewal Periods. This procurement is unrestricted. NAICS Code:
  811219. Requests for a hard copy solicitation must be in writing
  to address indicated above with a non-refundable check for
  $10.00 made out to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Electronic
  solicitations may be obtained FREE on or about 09-13-00 at
  the following URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
  Or at http://www.bos.oamm.va.gov/solicitation?number=69D-124-01.
  Any amendments issued to this solicitation will also be available
  at the URL addresses. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. If you are downloading the solicitation
  and would like to be included on the solicitation mailing list,
  please email the contracting officer with your company name,
  point of contact, mailing address and telephone number. E-mail
  address: Diane.Brazale@med.va.gov
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Finance Center
  (NFC), 13800 Old Gentilly Rd., Bldg 350, MAF, New Orleans,
  LA 70129
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF EASTMAN KODAK EQUIPMENT
SOL RFP NFC-R-0-0005
DUE 122800
POC F. G. Collins, Contract Specialist, (504) 255-5910
DESC: USDA, National Finance Center (NFC) is seeking preventive
  and remedial maintenance services for the following government-owned
  equipment; one (1) Finisher IV (K-3320770), two (2) Optistar
  Finisher (K-3320844 & K-3550691), three (3) Datawriter II (K-41476051,
  K-41476052, K-41476053), and one (1) Autotouch Finisher (K-3216924).
  Maintenance is required Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to
  5:00 p.m. A response time of four (4) hours is required for
  per-call maintenance service. Per call service shall be available
  seven (7) days a week, 24 hours per day on a best effort basis.
  In addition, maintenance is required on Kodak Optical Storage
  Disk System 6800 and Controller Assembly (K-03601411), Control
  unit 110 (K-03537130)equipment and Axcis Software (K-03767557).
  Twenty-four(24)hour maintenance is required - Monday through
  Sunday with a two (2) hour response time. The contractor shall
  provide all labor and parts to keep the equipment in good operating
  condition. The effective period of this contract is from January
  1, 2001 or date of an award whichever is later through September
  30, 2001 with the option to renew services for an additional
  four (4) years. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for
  commercial item services. A written solicitation will not be
  issued. The provisions and clauses applicable to this solicitation
  are those in effect through the Federal Acquisition Circulars.
  The provision at FAR 42.212-1, Instructions to Offerors - Commercial
  and the clause FAR 52.212-4 - Contract Terms and Conditions
  - Commercial Items and a statement regarding any addenda to
  the provision and clause apply to this acquisition. In addition
  FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications - Commercial
  Items, shall be completed and provided with the proposal. The
  offeror must be knowledgeable and have a tract record of accomplishment
  in providing technical services. References will be required.
  Interested parties shall send their written proposals line
  item amount for monthly maintenance service and hourly rate
  for on-call maintenance outside principal period of maintenance
  (PPM). Proposals shall be forwarded to USDA, NFC, Attn.: F.
  G. Collins, Contract Support Group, 13800 Old Gentilly Road,
  Bldg. 350 MAF, New Orleans, LA 70129.
EMAILADD: florence.collins@usda.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Military Sealift Command, Pacific, Code N-10, 140 Sylvester
  Road, San Diego, CA 92106-3521
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND REBUILDING OF EQUIPMENT
SOL N31980-01-T-0094
POC Bea Appling at (619) 553-7678 or Fax (619) 553-7774
DESC: The purpose of this Amendment is to cancel solicitation
  N31980-01-T-0094 in its entirety.
LINKURL: www.neco.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Bea. Appling@mscwest.msc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, USN,
  Naval Station, Box 368119, San Diego, CA 92136-5066
SUBJECT: J--USS HURRICANE (PC-3) AND USS MONSOON (PC-4); RAV
SOL N62791-01-R-0031
DUE 012201
POC Patricia A. Pauley, Code 431, Phone (619) 556-2309
DESC: This synopsis, previously publicized in the CBD, Submission
  No. 5078L3, is hereby modified. Contract dates are changed
  to read: "12 February 2001 through 26 February 2001." All other
  information publicized in original synopsis remain the same.

LINKURL: http://cbnet.access.gpo.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Pauleypa@supship.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF OF CONSOLIDATED AUTOMATED SUPPORT
  SYSTEM
SOL N68335-01-R-0105
DUE 122800
POC Ms. Dawn Chartier, Code 25221DC, Mailstop B129-2, (732) 323-2933
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst,
  NJ intends to enter into negotiations on a non-competitive
  basis with Lockheed Martin Information Systems, Orlando, FL
  for maintenance services for a government owned Consolidated
  Automated Support System (CASS) tester. This procurement will
  be conducted using the prices, terms and conditions of the
  CASS Consolidated Service Program (CSP) Basic Agreement, N68335-00-H-0103,
  with Lockheed Martin Information Systems. The requirement is
  for maintenance services for one CASS tester located at the
  Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, NJ. Period
  of performance shall be from approximately 30 December 2000
  through 29 December 2001. An option period of performance for
  one additional year of maintenance services shall be included.
  The government intends to procure these services under the
  authority of 10 USC 2304(c)(1), FAR 6.302-1. The government
  does not own data, drawings, software code or other specifications
  to permit full and open competition. All responsible sources
  are encouraged to submit a proposal which may be used by the
  government in determining whether or not to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Responses should reference N68335-01-R-0105. A
  determination by the government not to open the requirement
  to competition based on the responses to this notice is solely
  within the discretion of the government. The Navy anticipates
  a firm fixed price contract. No solicitation will be available
  for this procurement. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508869)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF OF CONSOLIDATED AUTOMATED SUPPORT
  SYSTEM
SOL N68335-01-R-0106
DUE 122800
POC Ms. Dawn Chartier, Code 25221DC, Mailstop B129-2, (732) 323-2933
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst,
  NJ intends to enter into negotiations on a non-competitive
  basis with Lockheed Martin Information Systems, Orlando, FL
  for maintenance services for a government owned Consolidated
  Automated Support System (CASS) tester. This procurement will
  be conducted using the prices, terms and conditions of the
  CASS Consolidated Service Program (CSP) Basic Agreement, N68335-00-H-0103,
  with Lockheed Martin Information Systems. The requirement is
  for maintenance services for one CASS tester located at the
  Boeing, St. Louis, MO. Period of performance shall be from
  approximately 30 December 2000 through 29 December 2001. An
  option period of performance for one additional year of maintenance
  services shall be included. The government intends to procure
  these services under the authority of 10 USC 2304(c)(1), FAR
  6.302-1. The government does not own data, drawings, software
  code or other specifications to permit full and open competition.
  All responsible sources are encouraged to submit a proposal
  which may be used by the government in determining whether
  or not to conduct a competitive procurement. Responses should
  reference N68335-01-R-0106. A determination by the government
  not to open the requirement to competition based on the responses
  to this notice is solely within the discretion of the government.
  The Navy anticipates a firm fixed price contract. No solicitation
  will be available for this procurement. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508873)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF OF CONSOLIDATED AUTOMATED SUPPORT
  SYSTEM
SOL N68335-01-R-0107
DUE 122800
POC Ms. Dawn Chartier, Code 25221DC, Mailstop B129-2, (732) 323-2933
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst,
  NJ intends to enter into negotiations on a non-competitive
  basis with Lockheed Martin Information Systems, Orlando, FL
  for maintenance services for a government owned Consolidated
  Automated Support System (CASS) tester. This procurement will
  be conducted using the prices, terms and conditions of the
  CASS Consolidated Service Program (CSP) Basic Agreement, N68335-00-H-0103,
  with Lockheed Martin Information Systems. The requirement is
  for maintenance services for four CASS testers located at the
  Boeing, St. Louis, MO. Period of performance shall be from
  approximately 30 December 2000 through 29 December 2001. An
  option period of performance for one additional year of maintenance
  services shall be included. The government intends to procure
  these services under the authority of 10 USC 2304(c)(1), FAR
  6.302-1. The government does not own data, drawings, software
  code or other specifications to permit full and open competition.
  All responsible sources are encouraged to submit a proposal
  which may be used by the government in determining whether
  or not to conduct a competitive procurement. Responses should
  reference N68335-01-R-0107. A determination by the government
  not to open the requirement to competition based on the responses
  to this notice is solely within the discretion of the government.
  The Navy anticipates a firm fixed price contract. No solicitation
  will be available for this procurement. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508874)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: J--THE NOAA SHIP DAVID STARR JORDAN LOCATED IN SAN DIEGO,CA
  REQKUIRES A NEW HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT.
SOL WASC1-444
DUE 122600
POC Melvin Fondue (206) 526-6043/FAX (206) 526-6025
DESC: Text: Sources Sought - - The NOAA ship David Starr Jordan
  located in San Diego, CA requires a new hydraulic power unit,
  work must be performed during the ship's dockside repair period
  conducted at the ship's home pier between February 1, 2001
  and March 16, 2001. This is a simplified acquisition. Questions
  concerning this acquisition may be directed to Melvin Fondue
  at 206-526-6043. All responsible sources may submit a bid
  which shall be considered by the agency. 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: J--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-J-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Stan Harkey, Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 823-1281, Fax
  (816) 926-3678, Email stan.harkey@gsa.gov - Lou Duarte, Contract
  Specialist, Phone (816) 926 5123, Fax (816) 926 3678, Email
  lou.duarte@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-J-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: stan.harkey@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508821)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 22
  CONS, 53147 Kansas St, Suite 102, McConnell AFB, KS, 67221-3606
SUBJECT: J--AIRCRAFT WASH AND FLEET SERVICE CONTRACT
SOL Reference-Number-WASHRACK
DUE 013101
POC Timothy Officer, Contracting Officer, Phone (316) 759-4530,
  Fax (316) 759-4507, Email timothy.officer@mcconnell.af.mil
  - Aaron Rutland, Contract Specialist, Phone (316) 759-4512,
  Fax (316) 759-4507, Email
DESC: McConnell AFB is seeking sources interested in providing
  services to include the external/internal cleaning of KC-135
  aircraft. This is a market survey for written information only.
  This is NOT a solicitation announcement for proposals. There
  is no solicitation available at this time. This is a market
  search whereby the Government is seeking written information
  only from sources interested in providing these services. A
  separate synopsis will be issued if and when the service is
  to be procured. The contractor shall provide all management,
  personnel, training, tools, equipment, supplies, and vehicles
  necessary to perform fleet services and wash services at McConnell
  AFB, KS. These services include, but are not limited to, towing,
  wash preparation, washing, lubrication, and interior cleaning
  of aircraft. All services will be accomplished in accordance
  with Air Force Technical Orders. Any interested firm should
  submit a capability statement, which demonstrates the firm's
  qualifications/ability to provide the required services along
  with a list of current customers. The deadline for submission
  of the capability statement is January 31, 2001. The primary
  point of contact for this action is Aaron Rutland, telephone
  (316)-759-4512, e-mail: aaron.rutland@mcconnell.mil. The alternate
  point of contact is Timothy Officer, telephone (316)-759-4530,
  e-mail: timothy.officer@mcconnell.af.mil. Submissions should
  be sent to 22 CONS/LGCA, 53147 Kansas Street, Ste 102, McConnell
  AFB, KS, 67221. All responses to this Survey must provide the
  following business information: Company Name, Address, Point
  of Contact, Telephone and Fax Number, and Business Size. The
  Government does not intend to award a contract based upon this
  Sources Sought announcement. This market research does not
  constitute an invitation for bid or request for proposal and
  is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government. The
  Government will not reimburse contractors for any cost incurred
  for their participation in this survey
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=Reference-Number-WASHRACK&L=821
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: timothy.officer@mcconnell.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508880)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: M--Operation of Government-Owned Facilities
OFFADD: Hqs, USARAK, Directorate of Contracting, P.O. Box 5-525,
  Bldg 977, Fort Richardson, Alaska 99505-0525
SUBJECT: M--POTENTIAL SOURCES SOUGHT OMB CIRCULAR A-76 STUDY,
  DIRECTORATE OF PLANS, TRAINING, SECURITY AND MOBILIZATION (DPTSM)
  , FORT RICHARDSON, WAINWRIGHT, AND GREELY ALASKA.
POC Mary Burgstrum, Contract Specialist, 907-384-7105
DESC: This is a sources sought synopsis announcing the OMB Circular
  A-76 Cost Comparison Study for the Directorate of Plans, Training,
  Security and Mobilization (DPTSM), Forts Richardson, Forts
  Wainwright, Fort Greely, Alaska. The intent of this study is
  to determine the most efficient and cost effective method of
  providing and services in the management and operation of the
  DPTSM for the above referenced locations. This notice does
  not constitute a commitment by the Government. The study will
  determine whether these services should be performed under
  a contract with commercial sources or through the federal work
  force. A Government proposal to provide these services will
  be developed and a contract may or may not result. Requirements
  include the following range of functions which are subject
  to change based upon mission requirements:  Provide all resources
  and management necessary to manage and operate the below listed
  functions (on an individual function basis) of the Directorate
  of Plans, Training, Security, and Mobilization located at Fort
  Richardson, Fort Wainwright and Fort Greely, Alaska.  Information
  Management Office Operations Force Modernization/Integration
  Office Operations Plans and Operations Division (Partial Operations)
   Planning Operations FRA Command Operation Center Operations
  FRA Planing Operations FWA Training/Range Division (Partial
  Operations) Range Branch (Partial Operations) USARAK Range
  Engineer Operations FRA Range Maintenance Services FWA/FRA/FGA
   Range Operation Services FWA/FRA/FGA Training Branch (Complete
  Operations) Assistant Director Plans, Training, Security,
  and Mobilization Operations Aviation Office (Partial Operations)
   Validation/Scheduling Office Services Wainwright Army Airfield
  Operations  POL Operations Flight Dispatch Operations 
  RFP issuance is projected for 29 August 2001. Any resultant
  contract will have a performance period consisting of a base
  period and four option years. A Firm Fixed Price contract is
  contemplaced. The Government plans to award one contract for
  all of the services described in this announcement. A complete
  technical, management, quality control and cost proposal with
  associated documentation will be required. The applicable SIC
  is 8744 with a small business size standard of $20 million.
  The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) designation
  is 56121. Market research is being conducted to determin the
  existence of sources capable of performing as the prime contractor
  for DPTSM functions. 
LINKURL: http://www.usarak.army.mil/doc/contracts.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mary.burgstrum@richardson.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: M--Operation of Government-Owned Facilities
OFFADD: Dir of Contracting, SIOLE-KO, Cdrlead, 1 Overcash Avenue,
  Chambersburg, PA 17201-4152
SUBJECT: M--COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES/A-76 STUDY
SOL DAAH17-00-R-0001
POC Ruth Massey, Commercial Activities Office, Letterkenny Army
  Depot, 717-267-8390
DESC: A Commercial Activities/A-76 study is being conducted for
  the operation of Government-Owned Facilities located at Letterkenny
  Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. The study includes
  the following activities and functions: Supply, Property Accountability,
  Public Works Center (to include Real Property Alteration, Maintenance
  and Repair, Engineering, Environmental, Logistics, and Equipment
  Maintenance and Management). This procurement will be conducted
  as part of a cost comparison under the Commercial Activity
  OMB Circular A-76 guidelines. This procurement is part of a
  Government cost comparison to determine whether it is more
  economical to accomplish the specified work under contract,
  or by continued Government performance. If Government performance
  is determined to be more economical, the solicitation will
  be cancelled and no contract award will be made. If awarded
  to a Contractor, the contract will be for a base year and four/one-year
  option periods. A pre-proposal conference will be held after
  the solicitation is issued to discuss the proposal requirements
  with potential Offerors. The resultant contract (if awarded
  to private industry) is intended to be firm fixed price with
  evaluation for award to include factors for past performance,
  technical evaluation, and price. There is a $250 charge for
  the solicitation package, which will be provided on Compact
  Disk (CD). Only written requests for solicitation packages
  will be accepted. A certified check, cashier's check, or money
  order for $250 must accompany the request and should be made
  payable to the US Department of Treasury. Requests accompanied
  with a personal, or company check, will not be honored. The
  solicitation document, without the Performance Work Statement
  (PWS), will also be available on the web, at http://acquisition.army.mil/.
  The solicitation will be available for release no earlier than
  15 Jan 01. Proposal will be due 60 days after issue of solicitation.
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LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rmassey@emh1.lead.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  by e-mail.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: M--Operation of Government-Owned Facilities
OFFADD: Dir of Contracting, SIOLE-KO, Cdrlead, 1 Overcash Avenue,
  Chambersburg, PA 17201-4152
SUBJECT: M--COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES/A-76 STUDY
SOL DAAH17-00-R-0001
POC Ruth Massey, Commercial Activities Office, Letterkenny Army
  Depot, 717-267-8390
DESC: This notice constitutes a Modification to the Pre-Solicitation
  Notice posted August 4, 2000. A Commercial Activities/A-76
  study is being conducted for the operation of Government-Owned
  Facilities located at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg,
  Pennsylvania. The study includes the following activities and
  functions: Supply, Property Accountability, Public Works Center
  (to include Real Property Alteration, Maintenance and Repair,
  Engineering, Environmental, Logistics, and Equipment Maintenance
  and Management). This procurement will be conducted as part
  of a cost comparison under the Commercial Activity OMB Circular
  A-76 guidelines. This procurement is part of a Government cost
  comparison to determine whether it is more economical to accomplish
  the specified work under contract, or by continued Government
  performance. If Government performance is determined to be
  more economical, the solicitation will be cancelled and no
  contract award will be made. If awarded to a Contractor, the
  contract will be for a base year and four/one-year option periods.
  A pre-proposal conference will be held after the solicitation
  is issued to discuss the proposal requirements with potential
  Offerors. The resultant contract (if awarded to private industry)
  is intended to be firm fixed price with evaluation for award
  to include factors for past performance, technical evaluation,
  and price. There is a $250 charge for the solicitation package,
  which will be provided on Compact Disk (CD). Only written requests
  for solicitation packages will be accepted. A certified check,
  cashier's check, or money order for $250 must accompany the
  request and should be made payable to the US Department of
  Treasury. Requests accompanied with a personal, or company
  check, will not be honored. The solicitation document, without
  the Performance Work Statement (PWS), will also be available
  on the web, at http://acquisition.army.mil/. The solicitation
  will be available for release no earlier than 15 Jan 01. Proposal
  will be due 60 days after issue of solicitation.     ----------------------------------------------------------------

LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rmassey@emh1.lead.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  by e-mail.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Y6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Business Center,
  5901 East Seventh Street, Bldg 149, Long Beach, CA 90822
SUBJECT: Q--ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON (LOCUM TENENS), VA SOUTHERN NEVADA
  HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
SOL RFQ600-109-00
DUE 122100
POC John Vencius, (562) 961-8058
DESC: The combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items
  is changed as follows:  In the description, the not later
  than date for receipt of proposals is changed to December 21,
  2000, and the anticipated starting date is corrected to January
  8, 2001. All other elements of the description paragraph remain
  the same.
CITE: (W-347 SN5087E5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Wiesbaden Regional Contracting Center, Attn: AEUCC-C-A,
  CMR 410 Box 744, APO AE 09096
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL LABORATORY TESTING SERVICES
SOL DAJA22-01-R-0005
POC Ms. Rita Belfiori, tel: 011-49-611-816-2218, FAX 011-49-611-816-2277
DESC: The Wiesbaden Contracting Center intends to competitively
  award a requirements-type contract with firm-fixed unit prices
  for Medical Laboratory Testing Services for military hospitals
  in Landstuhl, Heidelberg, Wuerzburg, Bitburg and Ramstein,
  Germany; Rota, Spain; Aviano and Sigonella, Italy. The contractor
  will pick up specimens daily, perform analysis on contractor
  premises, and provide results via electronic means at contractor
  provided computer terminal(s). The contractor is required to
  be currently accredited by the College of American Pathologists
  (CAP) or Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare
  Organizations (JCAHO). The contract will be for a period of
  one (1) year with two (2) option years for its extension. The
  solicitation will be issued o/a 04 Jan 01. 
LINKURL: http://138.50.198.70.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: belfiorir@rcc.wbn.usacce.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN5087N6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Attn: Contracting Officer (90C), 1670
  Clairmont Rd., Decatur, GA 30033
SUBJECT: Q--HOME OXYGEN SERVICES
SOL RFP 508--22-01
DUE 020501
POC Jeff Miller - 404-728-7736 - FAX 404728-7758
DESC: Contractor will provide home oxygen services for the VA
  Medical Center, Atlanta, Georgia. The contractor, all branch
  offices and subcontractors must be JCAHO certified. All services
  will be performed in the veteran's home or in a nursing home
  housing the veteran. The area of service shall be VA Medical
  Center (Atlanta) primary service area in the State of Georgia.
  This is a negotiated procurement action. Contractors will be
  required to submit a technical proposal addressing the evaluation
  factors included in solicitation RFP 508-22-01. Contractors
  can request solicitation RFP 508-22-01 from the Jeff Miller
  at the above address. No requests over the telephone will be
  honored. Contractors can FAX in their requests at 404-728-7758.
  The "anticipated" issue date is 1-5-01. Award of the contract
  is subject to the availability of funds.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Acquisition
  and Materiel Management Service (90C), 5600 W. Dickman Road,
  Battle Creek, MI 49015
SUBJECT: Q--INTERPRETATION OF HOLTER MONITOR
SOL RFP 515-16-01
DUE 122200
POC Katherine Young, Contracting Officer (616) 660-3076
DESC: Amendment No. 2 to RFP 515-16-01,for Interpretation of
  Holter Tapes for the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical
  Center, Battle Creek, Michigan, posted to the CBDNET on November
  29, 2000.  1. Correct: Shipping information added by Amendment
  No. 1 to read: "Cassettes shall be returned to VA at the contractor's
  expense with tracings as specified in C.2.1(d)." In lieu of:
  "The contractor shall return cassette tapes to VA via "overnight"
  mail at the contractor's expense"   2. Date for receipt
  of proposals is extended to 4:30 p.m., local time, December
  22, 2000.  3. All other conditions remain the same. 
EMAILADD: Katherine.Young@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: Q--AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE SERVICES
SOL RFP M01-0006/MD
POC Contact Maxine Dineyazhe, Procurement Analyst, or Jack Tarro,
  Senior Contracting Officer, at 520/871-5863 
DESC: The closing date for RFP: M01-0006/MD is hereby extended
  to January 17, 2001, 3:30 PM.
EMAILADD: maxine.dineyazhe@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087S5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: Q--MAMMOGRAPHY
SOL 245-00-0065
POC Contact Maxine Dineyazhe, Procurement Analyst, or Jack Tarro,
  Senior Contracting Officer, at 520/871-5863 
DESC: Exercising the basic year option ($366,000.00), Mobile
  On-Site Mammography, Inc. 2236 North Fine Avenue, Suite 102,
  Fresno, CA 93727
EMAILADD: maxine.dineyazhe@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087S7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Acquisition Management Department, Building 54, National
  Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD 20889-5600
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES - RESPIRATORY TECHNICIANS
POC Sharon Steiner, Contracting Officer
DESC: The National Naval Medical Center (NNMC), Bethesda, MD
  intends to award/extend an interim sole source procurement
  to OMV Medical for two (2) Respiratory Techs. Period: 01 JAN
  01 THRU 31 MAR 01. This award will be made using SAP Procedures
   THIS NOTICE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. See Note 22
CITE: (W-348 SN508824)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: Q--PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FOR PARTICIPANTS IN HEALTH
  CARE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 2001
SOL N/A
POC Nancy Kennamer, Contracting Officer, 512-326-6242
DESC: The Dept. of Veterans Affairs intends to award a purchase
  order to Summit Psychological Associates to provide a professional
  assessment and feedback to participants in the Health Care
  Leadership Institute 2001 utilizing commercial acquisition/simplified
  acquisition procedures. The seminar will be conducted in January
  2001 and requires scoring test instruments and preparing reports;
  observing participants in small group exercises and meeting
  with participants one-on-one. Summit is uniquely qualified
  to provide this support as their teams meets all the requirements
  of the statement of work, some of which include: historical
  knowledge of VHA's organizational structure, mission, and recent
  transition to a health care system; knowledge of the healthcare
  environment and the types of pressures; expertise in the areas
  of stress management, leadership development, executive coaching,
  and adult life transitions. In addition, Summit can meet the
  short timeframe requirements to support this leadership training
  and has unique capabilities to provide the services required.
  The planned period of performance is January 1, 2001 through
  June 15, 2001. All responses from responsible sources will
  be considered. Responses must include sufficient documentation
  to allow this office to evaluate the possibility of your firm
  to submit a valid proposal. The determination to open competition
  based on responses received is solely within the discretion
  of the Government. If a solicitation is issued, no additional
  synopsis will be published. All responses must be submitted
  in writing within 5 calendar days of publication of this notice.
  Written responses can also be faxed to 512-326-6028 or sent
  via e-mail to nancy.kennamer@mail.va.gov.
CITE: (W-348 SN508844)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Business Center,
  5901 East Seventh Street, Bldg 149, Long Beach, CA 90822
SUBJECT: Q--ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON (LOCUM TENENS), VA SOUTHERN NEVADA
  HEALTHCARE SYSTEM.
SOL RFQ600-109-00
DUE 122100
POC John Vencius, (562) 961-8058
DESC: The subject solicitation (Ref. CBD Submission Number 50811)
  is cancelled.
CITE: (W-348 SN508856)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: DHHS, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, 115 4th Avenue
  Southeast, Room 309 Federal Building, Aberdeen, South Dakota
  57401
SUBJECT: Q--FAMILY PRACTICE AND OB/GYN SERVICES AT THE FT. THOMPSON
  PHS INDIAN HEALTH CENTER
SOL RFQ-01-021
DUE 122200
POC Nichole Price, Procurement Technician at 605/226-7571
DESC: The Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service is currently seeking
  Buy-Indian vendors for a Firm Fixed-Price, Non-Personal Healthcare
  Service Contract for Family Practice & OB/GYN services. To
  work 90 fill-in, Family Practice physician visits (8 hours/day
  8:00am-4:30pm, one day per week on-site) and 12 OB/GYN visits
  (6 hours/day 9:00am-3:00pm, one day per month on-site). Total
  hours is not to exceed 102 visits. Period of Performance will
  be February 1, 2001 through January 31, 2002 at the Ft. Thompson
  PHS Indian Health Center, Ft. Thompson, South Dakota. This
  is a Buy-Indian Set-Aside, restricted to Buy-Indian firms as
  defined in 25 USC 47.
EMAILADD: nichole.price@ihsabr.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, Attention:
  MP-3810, 2800 Cottage Way, Room E-1815, Sacramento, CA 95825-1898
SUBJECT: R--BENCHMARKING SERVICES
SOL 01SQ200081
DUE 122200
POC POC Madeline Adams (916)978-5131
DESC: R -- This announcement serves as a notice of intent to
  solicit and negotiate with only one source under the authority
  of FAR Part 6.302-1. The government intends to negotiate and
  award to Haddon Jackson Associates, Inc. for services to provide
  benchmarking services to measure business practices, processes,
  and cost performance relative to the operations and maintenance
  of hydroelectric generation, pump/generation, and large pumping
  plants, and compare their performance with other companies/agencies
  that own, operate, and maintain similar facilities for the
  Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Regional Office, Sacramento,
  CA. This is a simplified acquisition with an estimated value
  of less than $100,000. This notice will be the only official
  notice prior to award of the purchase order. The anticipated
  award date is December 27, 2000. All inquiries and concerns
  must be addressed in writing to the Contracting Officer, Attn:
  MP-3810, 2800 Cottage Way, Room E-1815, Sacramento, CA 95825.
  Inquires shall be received by December 22, 2000.
EMAILADD: mcadams@mp.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087E9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: US Department Of Energy Albuquerque Operations Office,
  Contracts and Procurement Division, PO Box 5400, Albuquerque,
  NM 87185-5400 Mexico 87185-54
SUBJECT: R--ACQUIRE TECHNICAL, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, AND ADMINISTRATIVE
  SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY GRAND JUNCTION
  OFFICE (GJO) LOCATED IN GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO
SOL DE-RP04-01AL79491
POC Margaret R. Cerno, Contracting Officer, (505) 845-4798
DESC: The Department of Energy (DOE) seeks sources with the capability
  of providing technical, project management, and administrative
  services to support the Grand Junction Office (GJO), Grand
  Junction, CO, in accomplishing its environmental management
  and restoration services mission. These services include groundwater
  project management, technical support for a major uranium mill
  tailings project, long-term stewardship of former nuclear and
  mixed waste sites, operation of an analytical chemistry laboratory,
  contract administration, management support of the GJO, and
  compliance oversight requirements. The contractor will be tasked
  with providing these services for projects located at GJO or
  other sites as assigned. The DOE anticipates the award of a
  single contract with a target date for award of June 2001.
  The total term of the contract is five (5) years. DOE currently
  plans to release a draft Request for Proposal (RFP) in January
  2001, issue a final RFP and hold a pre-proposal conference
  in Grand Junction, CO in March 2001, and have proposals due
  in April 2001. The draft and final solicitations for this procurement
  will be available only in electronic form at the "DOE e-center
  - Doing business with DOE" Internet web site located at http://doe-iips.pr.doe.gov.
  In addition, an expression of interest and a Statement of Capabilities
  (SOC) are requested by January 8, 2001. Potential sources must
  meet the following minimum criteria for consideration: (1)
  Experience with regulatory authorities under NEPA - and under
  CERCLA or RCRA or UMTRCA as they apply to remedial action projects
  for radionuclides in soils and to contaminated surface and
  groundwater remediation (not necessarily radioactive), (2)
  Experience with remedial action projects for radionuclides
  in soils, (3) Experience with contaminated surface and groundwater
  remediation (not necessarily radioactive), and (4) Experience
  implementing 10 CFR 835 or similar regulations. Sources meeting
  these requirements are requested to submit a written SOC describing
  their capabilities in each of the above areas. When describing
  similar work which has been performed, include the following:
  (1) name of the organization from which the work was contracted;
  (2) contract number; and (3) name, address and telephone number
  of the organization's contracting representative. The SOC is
  limited to no more than 5 pages. Please include your complete
  mailing address, point of contact (name, telephone number,
  and e-mail address), and reference the solicitation number
  DE-RP04-01AL79491. Mail the SOC to the US Department of Energy,
  Albuquerque Operations Office, ATTN: David Gallegos, P. O.
  Box 5400, Albuquerque, NM 87185-5400. For information purposes,
  the recommended North American Industrial Classification System
  (NAICS) Code for this procurement is 562910 Environmental Remediation
  Services: the size standard for this NAICS Code is 500 employees.
  DOE intends to set aside this procurement for small businesses.
  Interested sources must identify if they are a small business,
  small women-owned business, small disadvantaged business, or
  an 8(a) business in accordance with the referenced NAICS code.
  Companies responding to this notice will be placed on a source
  list which will be used for further notifications. Questions
  regarding this notice should be directed to David Gallegos
  at dgallegos@doeal.gov      
EMAILADD: dgallegos@doeal.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Inventory Control Point - Mechanicsburg, Code M2522,
  PO Box 2020, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: R--ADVANCED ACQUISITION ENVIRONMENT SUPPORT PHASE III
SOL N00104-01-R-Q134
DUE 012901
POC D A McLeod, Contracting Officer, 717/605-4239
DESC: The Acquisition Reform Office intends to contract with
  Similation Strategies Inc. for the labor category Program Manager
  in support of the Advanced Acquisition Environment (AAE) Support
  Phase III. This will be a Time-and-Materials contract and the
  period of performance will be twelve(12) months from the date
  of contract. See note 22*****
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: National Park Service, Mount Rushmore National Memorial,
  PO Box 268, Keystone, SD 57751-0268
SUBJECT: R--OPERATION OF ROCK BLOCK MONITORING SYSTEM AT MT.
  RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL
SOL Q1505010015
DUE 122700
POC POC:Ron Eilefson, Contract Specialist,605-574-3130 Fx:605-574-2307
  Email:ron_eilefson@nps.gov
DESC: SEE NUMBERED NOTE NO. 22.....  We intend to award this
  on a sole source basis to Re/Spec, Inc. as respec has constructed
  this equipment and is the most knowledgeable about the operation
  of this equipment. 'THERE WILL NOT BE A SOLICITATION ISSUED..THIS
  IS A NOTICE OF OUR INTENTION TO AWARD THIS TO RE/SPEC, INC
  FOR THE FIRST YEAR IN THE AMOUNT OF $55,763 FOR THE FIRST YEAR
  AND OPTION YEARS TO BE EXERCISED PROVIDING THERE IS ACCEPTABLE
  PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACTOR FOR THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS YR2
  OPT:$51,976.00,YR3 OPT:$53,526.00,YR4 OPT:$55,131.00, YR5 OPT:$56,785.00.
    SCOPE OF WORK FOR ROCK BLOCK MONITORING/OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE
    This project involves operation and maintenance of, as well
  as modifications to, the rock-block monitoring equipment installed
  on the Mount Rushmore sculpture. The intention in advertisement
  is to award a one-year contract with the option to renew the
  period of service for four additional years.  This work includes
  the review and interpretation of electronically produced and
  collected data to determine if: 1) all components are operating
  properly, and 2) interpreting block movement. This data is
  collected from 36 transducers and 23 thermocouples located
  on the Mount Rushmore sculpture. The data will be documented
  in report form semi-annually and made available to the National
  Park Service (NPS). The analysis of this data will be provided
  to the designated Contracting Officer's Representative (COR)
  for this project. Initial sampling will occur every 6 hours
  for the first three months. After that time, sampling will
  be performed often enough to determine if the readings change
  significantly.  The Contractor will perform the repair and
  maintenance of this data collection system in it's entirety.
  It is expected that some of the required maintenance functions
  will include gauge retrieval from the Sculpture, gauge calibration
  and reinstallation, instrument inspection and equipment replacement.
  At a minimum, 25% of the transducers will be recalibrated annually.
  Each instrument will be checked annually for alignment and
  tightness of fasteners. Cables, connections, and protective
  enclosures will also be inspected annually and repaired/replaced
  as required.  Additionally, and as soon as weather permits
  at the onset of the Contract period, Contractor will modify
  three different gauge locations on the W-4 Block. This work
  will involve incorporation of " Invar rod in place of the existing
  3/8" rod on the displacement monitoring gauges.  This is
  a firm fixed-price contract for a period of one year. It is
  anticipated that the (NPS) may have interest in renewing this
  contract one-year at a time for a period of four additional
  years. Contract renewal options will depend on successful negotiation
  of cost and available funding.  
CITE: (W-347 SN5087H2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Acq Group, Hampton Roads Detachment, 1968
  Gilbert St., Suite 600, Norfolk, VA 23511-3392
SUBJECT: R--MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT FOR HOSPITALITY TRAINING PROGRAM
  FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT
SOL N6247001RCLB267
POC Scott Wilkins, Contract Specialist, 757/443-1447
DESC: The Government intends to negotiate a Firm Fixed unit price
  type contract with Educational Institute of the American Hotel
  and Motel Association for a maintenance service contract to
  provide upgrades to the Performance Plus Training and Development
  Program for Hospitality Management as required by Atlantic
  Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Norfolk VA. The resulting
  contract will be from the date of award thru 12 months with
  two (2) one-year options. This procurement will be solicited
  as other than on the basis of full and open competition as
  implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2) of the Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR). The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) is 541611. All responsible sources must submit
  request for quotationhe Fleet Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk
  VA by 4:00pm on the date the offer is due. Contract Line Items
  Numbers (CLINs) will consist of; 1001 Performance Plus Maintenance
  Service, Lot I Base Year; 2001 Performance Plus Maintenance
  Service, Lot II First Option Year; 3001 Performance Plus Maintenance
  Service, Lot III Second Option Year. Detailed delivery requirements
  and a statement of work (SOW) will be specified in the solicitation.
  Potential Offerors are hereby notified that the solicitation
  and subsequent amendments to the solicitation will only be
  available by downloading the documents at FISC Norfolk website:
  www.nor.fisc.navy.mil or at http://neco.navy.mil, and this
  office will no longer issue hard copy solicitations. In order
  for this office to obtain a Bidder's Mailing List, potential
  offerors must submit in writing requests to the above address
  or by fax machine at 757/443-1424. Written requests must include
  company name, point of contact, solicitation number, address,
  phone number, and email address (if available). By submitting
  a proposal, the vendor will be self-certifying that neither
  the requestor nor the principal corporate officials and owners
  are currently suspended, debarred, or otherwise ineligible
  to receive contracts from any Federal Agency. Failure to do
  so may represent grounds for refusing to accept the proposal.
   Note 22 applies.  
EMAILADD: scott_d_wilkins@nor.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFRL - Rome Research Site, AFRL/Information Directorate, 26
  Electronic Parkway, Rome, NY, 13441-4514
SUBJECT: R--MANAGE THE INFORMATION DIRECTORATE INFORMATION INSTITUTE
SOL F30602-01-R-5004
DUE 122200
POC Virginia Brady, Contract Specialist, Fax (315) 330-2555,
  Email
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  services prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this announcement. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY
  SOLICITATION; PROPOSALS ARE BEING REQUESTED AND A WRITTEN SOLICITATION
  WILL NOT BE ISSUED. The entire solicitation will be issued
  on the Federal Business Opportunities web page, http://www.eps.gov
  (select "Vendors", at Agency, USAF, click on "Offices", at
  Office, "Air Force Materiel Command", click on "Locations",
  at Locations, "AFRL, Rome Research Site, Rome NY", click on
  "Posted Dates". The FedBizOpps offers a registration service
  that will send an e-mail notification when a change is made
  to this announcement. To register, click on the "Register to
  Receive Notification" button at the end of this announcement
  in FedBizOpps. This service is provided for convenience only
  and does not serve as a guarantee of notification. In addition
  to this registration, any prospective offerors interested in
  submitting a proposal for this solicitation must register by
  e-mail directly with the Contract Specialist at bradyv@rl.af.mil
  in order to be placed on the List of Interested Parties. Include
  your company name, address, telephone number and point of contact,
  fax number, e-mail address and Commercial and Government Entity
  (CAGE) code. The Contract Specialist will post this list on
  FedBizOpps along with the solicitation to facilitate subcontracting
  and teaming opportunities only. Offerors registering their
  name either on FedBizOpps or with the Contract Specialist should
  not conclude that they will receive a paper copy of the solicitation
  in the mail. Paper copies will not be available. The solicitation
  and any amendments thereto will only be available by downloading
  the documents from the FedBizOpps. All prospective offerors
  are responsible for monitoring this site for the release of
  amendments (if any) or other information pertaining to this
  solicitation. All responsible sources may submit a proposal
  in response to this RFP which shall be considered. Synopsis/Solicitation
  F30602-01-R-5004 is being issued as a Request for Proposal
  (RFP), for a Firm Fixed Price type contract with a basic 9
  month period and 4 one-year option periods incorporating provisions
  and clauses in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular
  97-20 and DFARS Change Notice 20001025. Additional information
  may be obtained at the FedBizOpps. See http://farsite.hill.af.mil
  for the full text of all provisions and clauses incorporated
  by reference herein. The NAICS code is 54169 and the SIC code
  is 8999 for this unrestricted acquisition with a small business
  size standard of $5M. The Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome
  Research Site, Information Directorate (IF) has a requirement
  for a contractor to manage the Information Directorate's Information
  Institute (II). The requirements include: maintaining current
  educational partnerships with member institutions, expanding
  membership, Supporting IF Institutes and Centers, supporting
  the IF Chief Scientist in executing IF's participation in the
  NRC Fellows Program, supporting the execution of the IF visiting
  scientist program, conducting workshops, supporting the management
  and execution of the IF Chief Scientist's Research Initiatives
  Program, proposing an Information Institute annual budget for
  review and approval by the IF Chief Scientist and Director,
  representing the Information Institute at IF meetings and other
  national and international forums and meetings, and maintaining
  the II pages of the IF Web Site. See the FedBizOpps for the
  Statement of Work (SOW) dated 8 December 2000 and the Schedule
  of Offer. ALERT: Offerors are STRONGLY encouraged to use the
  Standard Form 1449 as the first page of their offer. If you
  choose not to use the Standard Form 1449, you are cautioned
  to complete and provide with your proposal all the data requested
  by FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items.
  Failure to do so may eliminate you from consideration for award.
  The clause at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items is applicable. Paragraph (c) is amended to read as follows:
  The Offeror agrees to hold the prices in its offer firm for
  120 calendar days from the date specified for receipt of offers.
  FAR 52.212-2 Evaluation-Commercial Items is applicable. The
  second sentence of Paragraph (a) is amended as follows: "The
  factors identified below will be considered during proposal
  evaluation. Qualifications are significantly more important
  than price. (i) QUALIFICATIONS - Advanced degree in science
  or engineering, specific experience in managing and directing
  activities in critical areas of information technology including:
  information assurance, information fusion, intelligent systems,
  and signal processing. Offerors must submit resumes of key
  personnel, with the proposal indicating education and relevant
  experience. (ii) PRICE. Price will be evaluated for fairness,
  and reasonableness as it relates to the service offered. Fairness
  and reasonableness is the degree to which the proposed price
  compares to the price a reasonable and prudent person would
  expect to incur for the same or similar goods or services.
  Award will be made based on the best value to the Government.
  Include a completed copy of FAR 52.212-3 and DFAR 252.212-7000,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items,
  with your offer. See the EPS. FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms
  and Conditions-Commercial Items, is applicable. The clause
  FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this
  acquisition. Additional FAR clauses cited in the clause applicable
  to this acquisition are: 52.203-6 ALT I, 52.219-4, 52.219-8,
  52.222-21, 52.222-22, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37,
  52.232-33, DFARS 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable
  to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items, applies to this
  acquisition. Additional DFARS clauses cited in the clause applicable
  to this acquisition are: 252.225-7012, 252.227-7015, 252.227-7037,
  and 252.243-7002. The following additional clauses apply: FAR
  52.217-8, Option To Extend Services; 52.217-9, Option To Extend
  The Term Of The Contract: (a) The Government may extend the
  term of this contract by notifying the contractor, in writing,
  before the contract expires. (b) If the Government exercises
  this option, the extended contract shall be considered to include
  this option provision. (c) The total duration of this contract,
  including the exercise of any options under this clause, shall
  not exceed 5 years. FAR 52.228-5, Insurance - Work On A Government
  Installation; FAR 52.232-18, Availability Of Funds; FAR 52.237-2,
  Protection of Government Buildings, Equipment, and Vegetation;
  DFARS 252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration;
  and AFMCFARS 5352.228-9001. To be eligible to receive a contract
  award from a Department of Defense (DoD) activity after 1 Jun
  98, contractors must be registered in the DoD Central Contractor
  Registration (CCR) Database. To register, access the CCR Home
  Page at http://www.ccr2000.com/. Direct any questions regarding
  this DoD requirement to 1-888-227-2423. Proposals are due at
  2:30 pm on Friday, 22 December 2000. SUBMIT COMPLETE PACKAGE,
  BY MAIL TO: AFRL/IFKO, ATTN: Ginny Brady F30602-01-R5004, 26
  Electronic Parkway, Rome NY 13441-4514 OR FACSIMILE TO: 315/330-2555.
  It is the Offeror's responsibility to monitor this site for
  the release of amendments (if any), and for downloading their
  own copy of this combined synopsis/solicitation and amendments
  (if any) from the CBD, as well as the blank SF 1449, Statement
  of Work, and Representations and Certifications from the FedBizOpps
  hard copies of information will be mailed upon written request.
  An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear significant concerns
  from offerors or potential offerors during the proposal development
  phase of this acquisition. Routine questions, such as clarifications
  of the Statement of Work or the terms and conditions, are not
  considered to be "significant concerns" and should be communicated
  directly to the Contracting Officer, Major Dale Reckley, 315-330-7784.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority
  of the contracting officer or program manager, but to communicate
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements and recommendations
  to the appropriate Government personnel. The Ombudsman for
  this acquisition is Lt Col Ralph M. Lentz, Chief, Contracting
  Division, at lentzr@rl.af.mil. When requested, the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source of the
  concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. The Ombudsman
  should only be contacted with issues or problems that have
  been previously brought to the attention of the Contract Specialist/Contracting
  Officer and could not be satisfactorily resolved at that level.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F30602-01-R-5004&L=1142
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: bradyv@rl.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087V7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Inspector General,
  Room 7097, 14th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20230
SUBJECT: R--AUDIT SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL SD-01-00005
DUE 010801
POC Rosa M. Ortiz, 202-482-2187
DESC: The Office of Inspector General at the Department of Commerce
  intends to solicit Gardiner Kamya & Associates on a sole source
  basis for new work to be performed under an existing task order.
  It is expected that a task order for a full scope financial
  statements audit of the Working Capital Fund, etc. will be
  modified to include an audit of the Oil and Gas Loan Program
  and the Emergency Steel Guarantee Loan Program. The cost is
  estimated to range from $10,000 to $15,000 for this additional
  effort. Therefore, I/A/W FAR 5.101 (2)this proposed action
  will be posted for 10 days at which time a request for quote
  will be issued to interested parties. Interested parties may
  submit inquiries to Rosa M. Ortiz at 202-482-2187. All responsible
  sources may submit a quotation, which, if timely received,
  will be considered. RFQ number SD-01-00005 will be issued on/about
  12/26/00. 
EMAILADD: rosaortiz@doc.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: National Library of Medicine, Office of Acquisitions
  Management, Building 38A, Room B1N17, 8600 Rockville Pike,
  Bethesda, Maryland 20894
SUBJECT: R--PROFESSIONAL
SOL RFQ NLM 01-022/SLF 
DUE 122600
POC Sheila L. Fauble, 301-496-6546
DESC: It is the intent of the National Library of Medicine to
  negotiate on a sole source basis for a continuation of services
  with Jennifer Whitfield for the expansion and maintenance of
  the consumer health web site, MEDLINEplus. Ms. Whitfield will
  continue evaluating potential health information resources
  based on the MEDLINEplus selection guidelines. This project
  provides recommendations for the implementation of health news,
  other health related resources, creating test plans and documentation
  for input and system maintenance. Ms. Whitfield is the only
  known source to provide this continuation of services based
  on her knowledge of biomedical information resources and extensive
  experience with and knowledge of the MEDLINEplus development
  and maintenance system. This is not a Request for Quotations(RFQ),
  nor is an RFQ available, however, all responsible and responsive
  sources may submit a proposal which will be considered by the
  NLM. Firms interested in responding to this notice must be
  able to provide professional service as specified as listed
  above. Responses should sufficiently demonstrate the firm's
  ability to meet the government's requirements. Responses are
  required within fifteen (15) calendar days from the publication
  date of this notice. NLM synopsis No. NLM 01-022/SLF. Inquires
  regarding this procurement may be made to Sheila L. Fauble,
  Contract Specialist, NLM on (301) 496-6546. 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087X8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: 55 Broadway; Cambridge, MA 02142
SUBJECT: R--ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SERVICES
SOL  DTRS57-01-R-20004
DUE 021201
POC  Point of Contact - Kathleen Foley, Contract Specialist,
  (617) 494-2824
DESC:  The Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe
  Center), Cambridge, Massachusetts, has a requirement for accounts
  payable services and travel voucher review services. Limited
  professional accounting services are required but on an as
  needed basis. These services will be performed on-site at the
  Volpe Center. A firm fixed price contract is anticipated for
  a 54 month period (6 month base and four 12 month options).
  This will be a Performance Based Contract. This procurement
  is restricted to SBA certified 8(a) firms only in SBA Regions
  1 and 2 excluding Puerto Rico. The applicable NAICS Code is
  541219. The size standard is $6M. The projected date for issuance
  of the RFP is on or about January 12, 2001. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. T
  he solicitation and any documents related to this procurement
  will be available on the Internet; these documents will be
  available on a WWW server, which may be accessed using Web
  browsers. The WWW address or URL of the Volpe Center Acquisition
  home page is: http://www.volpe.dot.gov/procure/index.html.
  Offerors desiring to receive electronic notification of the
  solicitation's posting and availability for downloading may
  register to receive solicitations, amendments and other notices.
  The responsibility for providing the Government with an accurate
  and complete e-mail address lies with the Contractor. The Government
  will make no additional efforts to deliver information when
  the system indicates that transmissions cannot be delivered
  to the e-mail address provided. NO HARD COPIES of the sol icitation
  will be mailed. Telephone requests will not be honored. The
  following notice is for informational purposes for Minority,
  Women-Owned and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises: The Department
  of Transportation (DOT), Short-Term Lending Program (STLP)
  offers working capital financing in the form of lines of credit
  to finance accounts receivable for transportation related contracts.
  Maximum line of credit is $500,000 with interest at the prime
  rate. For further information, call (800) 532-1169. Internet
  address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov. For information concerning
  the acquisition, contact the contracting official above.
LINKURL: http://www.volpe.dot.gov/procure/index.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: foley@volpe.dot.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Y8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Combined Acquisition
  Office Jacksonville Region, Box 139, Bldg 13, Jacksonville,
  FL 32212-0139
SUBJECT: R--INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER
  SERVICES FOR ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND DESIGN OF PROJECTS IN
  ALL CATEGORY CODES AT NAVAL FACILITIES IN JACKSONVILLE, FL,
  MAYPORT, FL CAPE CANAVERAL, FL, ORLANDO, FL AND KINGS BAY,
  GA 
SOL N62467-00-R-2006
DUE 011701
POC Contracts Department, (904) 542-5571 
DESC: Architect-Engineer Services are required for engineering,
  planning, and design of projects in all category codes at Naval
  facilities in Jacksonville, FL, Mayport, FL, Cape Canaveral,
  FL, Orlando, FL, and Kings Bay, GA. At the discretion of the
  Government and with concurrence of the contractor, additional
  requirements at other Naval facilities within the Southern
  Division geographic area of responsibility may be included
  under this contract, should these requirements become unexecutable
  under other contractual requirements. The contract will be
  indefinite quantity type where orders will be placed on an
  "as required" basis intermittently. The contract shall not
  exceed one year or $1,000,000 in fees, with four one-year options,
  or $1,000,000 in fees per option period, whichever occurs first.
  The ECC is estimated to be between $100,000 and $3,000,000
  with the majority falling in the $300,000 to $1,500,000 range.
  There will be a guaranteed minimum of $20,000 for this contract.
  The work requires architectural and engineering services necessary
  for the preparation of plans (Autocad, latest release, compatible
  format), specifications (using the SPECSINTACT system), and
  cost estimates (using a government provided Work Breakdown
  Structures (WBS) system format using the "Success" program)
  for repairs, alterations, and/or new construction at Naval
  facilities located within the contract area stated above. The
  projects associated with this contract shall involve any combination
  of the architectural, civil/structural, mechanical, and electrical
  engineering disciplines. If needed, studies and collateral
  equipment lists shall also be included. All work shall be done
  in metric units. Selected firm will not be able to propose
  on design-build task orders for which the firm or any of the
  firm's subcontractors has assisted the Government in the preparation
  of the design build RFP. Each discipline must have experience
  in the following areas: ARCHITECTURAL demolition, asbestos
  abatement, lead assessment and abatement, roofing systems,
  building structures, interior and exterior features and finishes,
  landscape design, architectural programming, graphics presentation
  (including photography and renderings) and physical planning.
  CIVIL/STRUCTURAL demolition and site preparation, industrial
  and sanitary waste water collection systems, water treatment
  and distribution systems, minor hazardous waste cleanup and
  removal, storm drainage systems, soils grading and associated
  work, roads, parking lots, fencing, playgrounds and associated
  type facilities, building cladding and framing systems, building
  foundation systems, structures and foundations for towers,
  platforms, catwalks, tanks, manholes, utility support systems
  and other such similar buildings, geotechnical studies/testing
  and associated work, topographic and boundary surveys, pier/bulkhead/quaywall
  structures and fender systems, marine sounding and surveys,
  corrosion surveys and studies, water intrusion studies and
  surveys, and underwater surveys on marine structures. MECHANICAL
  heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; industrial
  ventilation; energy analysis; control systems; steam and hot
  water boilers and converters; chilled and hot water distribution;
  compressed air and vacuum systems; medical gas; engine generator
  installations and other such mechanical systems. ELECTRICAL
  fire suppression and protections systems, interior and exterior
  electrical distribution systems up to 26.4 KV, transformers,
  substations, switch gear, interior and exterior lighting systems,
  intrusion detection systems and similar type electrical work.
  Design of these facilities will include all related mechanical
  and electrical utilities for roads, parking lots, concrete
  pavement, sidewalks, and general site improvements. The on-site
  data gathering and on-site schematic development processes
  may be used on these projects. Respondents should demonstrate
  their past performance and familiarity with this process through
  the use of in-house staff or outside consultants. Identify
  each team member's experience with respect to interactive conceptual
  design teams. In addition to services directly related to design,
  the following services may be required during the life of the
  contract: technical reports, studies, surveys, review of shop
  drawings, construction consultation, and construction inspection
  services, Title II inspection services, preparation of Operations/Maintenance
  manuals, and construction record drawing preparation. The existence
  of asbestos, lead paint or other hazardous materials affecting
  construction or required demolition in various project areas
  is possible. The A-E may be required to conduct comprehensive
  asbestos and lead paint surveys and provide designs which will
  provide for the removal and disposal of these hazardous materials
  in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Firms unable
  to accept work that involves asbestos/lead paint and other
  hazardous materials need not apply. We will use the following
  criteria for selection listed in descending order of importance:
  1. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: (a) Technical qualifications
  of the firm's design team members to design similar repair,
  alterations and new construction projects; (b) Experience in
  and knowledge of multi-discipline design projects; (c) Knowledge
  of Navy regulations through recent design experience; (d) Professional
  registration of each discipline's lead designer; (e) an engineer
  registered in the discipline of fire protection engineering
  with at least 5 years of full time fire protection experience;
  (f) a registered communications distribution designer (this
  is a new professional designation); (g) an engineer or architect
  with at least 10 years of roofing and waterproofing design
  experience and who is either a registered roofing consultant
  (RRC) who is certified by the Roof Consultant Institute (RCI)
  or is a certified roofing consultant (CRC) who is certified
  by the Institute of Roofing Waterproofing Consultants (IRWC);
  (h) an interior designer qualified by any of the following:
  NCIDQ, professional member of ASID, state registered, state
  licensed or is a registered architect who has 5 years experience
  in the practice of interior design; and (i) a registered civil
  or structural engineer with at least 5 years experience in
  wind and seismic design. 2. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: (a) Recent
  multi-discipline experience of proposed design team, including
  consultants, in the design of repair, alteration and new construction
  projects; (b) post construction contract award services on
  similar projects to ensure design and construction quality;
  and (c) evidence of experience by both the firm and key personnel
  in comprehensive interior design, including space planning,
  prewired workstation specification and design, furniture specification,
  and knowledge of the acquisition process including applicable
  FAR and funding limitations. 3. PERFORMANCE: Past performance
  on contracts with the Department of the Navy and private industry
  in terms of cost control, quality of work, and compliance with
  performance schedules. 4. CAPACITY: (a) Capacity of the firm
  and proposed design team to perform multiple projects concurrently;
  and (b) ability of the firm to sustain the loss of key personnel
  while accomplishing the work within the required time limits.
  5. LOCATION: (a) Knowledge of probable site conditions; (b)
  knowledge of regulatory requirements that would affect projects;
  and (c) geographic location of the firm to ensure timely response
  to requests for on-site support. In order to expedite your
  firm's consideration by the committee, the following application
  data shall be substituted for Blocks 7, 8, 9 and 10 in the
  SF255: 1. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Submit a matrix for
  each design team, including alternatives, that contains the
  following data about the member's assignment: Team member's
  name, firm name, office location, proposed team assignment,
  % time to be spent on this team, highest education level/discipline
  (example: BS, mechanical engineering), states of professional
  registration, number of years of professional experience, number
  of years with the firm. Also, for project managers and team
  leaders, identify the number of teams (design, consultants,
  and joint venture partners) they have managed over the past
  three years. 2. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Provide a description
  of at least three germane, recent projects with clients for
  which team members provided a significant technical contribution.
  Work on these projects must have been done in the past five
  years. Indicate how each project is relevant to the work described
  herein. In matrix form, identify which team members worked
  on the projects described above. Projects shall be in the left
  column and team member names shall be across the top row of
  the matrix. Also, describe team's experience with Autocad (latest
  release), the SPECSINTACT System, cost estimating using a government
  provided Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) system format using
  the "Success" program, and interactive conceptual design teams.
  3. PERFORMANCE: Provide a tabular listing of all excellent
  performance ratings and letters of commendation from both private
  and DOD clients (designate your role: prime, consultant or
  joint venture partner). These ratings should be dated 1994
  or later and should include those for joint venture partners
  and consultants. Provide a list of projects with construction
  value over $1 million managed by the proposed project manager(s),
  that started construction since Jan. 1994 and include the following
  data: client's contact, client's need date, design completion
  date, and final cost estimate compared to the contract award
  amount (note whether bid or negotiated). 4. CAPACITY: Submit
  an organizational chart with the following information: Principal
  point of contact, project manager, team leaders, the name of
  each design team member, all team member assignments, and the
  name of at least one alternate for each key person. Summarize
  your plan for starting project development in January 2001,
  and for simultaneously accomplishing design of multiple, large
  projects within one calendar year for approximately $10 million
  of construction value. 5. LOCATION: Provide a list of recent
  projects performed by the firm or joint venture partners and
  appropriate consultants in the areas encompassed by the contract.
  Also include the types of regulatory requirements involved
  with each project. At the selection interview, A-E firms slated
  for interviews must submit their Design Quality Assurance Plan
  (DQAP), including an explanation of the management approach,
  an organizational chart showing inter-relationship of management
  and design team components, specific quality control process,
  a portfolio of design work (both new construction and upgrades
  to existing facilities), a listing of present business commitments
  and their required completion schedules, financial and credit
  references (include name and telephone numbers of officers
  at their financial institutions), and performance references
  other than Southern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering
  Command (include three or more with names and telephone numbers
  of the contract administrators). A-E firms which meet the requirements
  described in this announcement are invited to provide one submittal
  package including one original SF-255 and one original SF-254
  to Southern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command,
  Field Office Jacksonville, Attn: Mrs. Mary Steely, P.O. 139,
  Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL 32212-0139. The SF-255
  with attachments shall be limited to 25 pages, type size not
  smaller than 12-pitch font. Every page that is not a SF-254
  will be included in the page count. Firms responding to this
  announcement by 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time on JANUARY 17,
  2001 will be considered. If additional firms are needed for
  consideration, SF-254's already on file will be used. This
  is not a request for proposal. No facsimile (fax) applications
  will be accepted. Any inquiries (including submission of SF-255)
  should show title, location, and solicitation number on the
  outside of the envelope. This proposed contract is being solicited
  on an unrestricted basis. Any large business firms who are
  short-listed will be required to submit a subcontracting plan
  prior to being interviewed. The subcontracting plan shall address
  the planned potential for usage of small business, HubZone
  small business, small disadvantaged business, women-owned small
  business, historically black colleges and minority institutions.
  Before award of the contract, an acceptable Subcontracting
  Plan for Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business in
  accordance with FAR Part 19.7 shall be submitted for incorporation
  into the contract. The small business size standard classification
  is NAICS 54133 ($4,000,000). IT IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT
  THAT THE CONTRACTOR BE REGISTERED IN THE CENTRAL CONTRACTOR
  REGISTRATION PRIOR TO SUBMITTING THE ABOVE PAPERWORK.
CITE: (W-348 SN508810)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Combined Acquisition
  Office Jacksonville Region, Box 139, Bldg 13, Jacksonville,
  FL 32212-0139
SUBJECT: R--INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER
  SERVICES FOR ENGINEERING, PLANNING AND DESIGN OF PROJECTS IN
  ALL CATEGORY CODES AT NAVAL FACILITIES IN JACKSONVILLE, FL,
  MAYPORT, FL, CAPE CANAVERAL, FL, ORLANDO, FL AND KINGS BAY,
  GA 
SOL N62467-00-R-2006
DUE 010701
POC Contracts Department, (904) 542-5571
DESC: This modification is to change the Solicitation Number,
  from N62467-00-R-2006, to N62467-01-R-2006. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508835)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Acquisition Services Division (9TE), 1301 Clay Street,
  Suite 280S, Oakland, CA, 94612
SUBJECT: R--NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL _ DUDLEY KNOX LIBRARY (MONTEREY,
  CA) - WEB BASED SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY SERVICE
SOL 9TER-01-FDH-0010
DUE 122100
POC Fred Hersom, Contracting Officer, Phone (510) 637-3878, Fax
  (510) 637-3869, Email fred.hersom@gsa.gov - Chris Matthews,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (510) 637-3892, Fax (510) 637-3869,
  Email chris.matthews@gsa.gov
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition
  Regulations document (FAR) subpart 12.6, as supplemented with
  additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  with supplements constitutes the only solicitation: proposals
  are being requested and A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE
  ISSUED. Solicitation number 9TER-01-FDH-0010 is being issued
  as a request for proposals (RFP). Supplements can be accessed
  at www.eps.gov. Look under the Oakland Office (9TE) listing
  of the Federal Technology Service of the General Services Administration.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC)
  97-17. The simplified acquisition procedures of FAR Part 13.5
  are applicable to this procurement. This procurement is for
  the following: The Dudley Knox Library at the Naval Postgraduate
  School in Monterey, California provides library services and
  support to the students, faculty, and staff of the Naval Postgraduate
  School. This acquisition is for the services of a subscription
  agent that allows for online requisitioning via the INTERNET
  for books, periodicals, and monographic serials both in the
  Library and by authorized faculty, staff and students across
  campus. In addition to online requisitioning capabilities,
  the subscription agent shall provide a service that allows
  for the management/tracking of orders via the INTERNET or via
  a direct SIRSI interface. Provision of order authorization
  control, claim processing, and general reporting is also required.
  The Contractor shall accept and process requisitions from NPS
  by submitting valid invoices electronically through General
  Services Administration_s IT-Solutions (ITSS) WEB site. The
  Contractor shall also process credits and discounts via IT-Solutions
  (ITSS) WEB site. Ordering through this system shall allow for
  standing order processing of the library's list of standing
  orders for periodicals, serials, and specialty publications
  and proceedings. However, no order to a publisher shall be
  initiated prior to issuance of a valid order. An order is not
  considered a valid order until the Contractor submits a valid
  invoice in ITSS for Library approval and until an authorized
  Library personnel approves that invoice in ITSS. Submitting
  requisitions through the Contractor_s online requisitioning
  system shall also provide the capability for customized reports
  for the management, control and analysis of the acquisition
  process and to related Standing Order and Continuation acquisitions.
  The Library prefers an order and data management system that
  can download its data directly into its SIRSI data system.
  However, the Library will also consider internet based order/data
  tracking systems that are directly accessible for use by Library
  personnel. PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE ALL REQUIREMENTS IN PROPOSALS.
  No partial quotes will be considered. Please indicate FOB destination
  on quote. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors,
  applies to this acquisition. Evaluation is based on best value
  including ability to meet service requirements and cost (see
  EPS attached SOW). Offerors shall include a completed copy
  of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and
  Certifications-Commercial Items, with its offer. The clause
  at FAR 52.212-4, Contract terms and Conditions-Commercial Items,
  applies to this acquisition. The clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. The potential
  awardee shall be required to register in IT Solutions Shop
  at it-solutions.gsa.gov. for post-award process. Proposals
  are due by 4:00 PM Pacific Time, December 21, 2000, and shall
  be submitted by email to fred.hersom@gsa.gov. Inquiries regarding
  the solicitation will only be accepted via email at fred.hersom@gsa.gov.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=9TER-01-FDH-0010&L=52
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: fred.hersom@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087I0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting, Bldg 9504 MS 19, Box 339500,
  Fort Lewis WA 98433-9500
SUBJECT: S--PRIVATIZATION OF ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
  AT FORT LEWIS, WASHINGTON
SOL DAKF57-99-R-0002
POC Olive M. Lenney, Contract Specialist, (253) 966-3503
DESC: Fort Lewis intends to issue a solicitation for the potential
  privatization of the installation's electrical distribution
  system. The contractor shall accept full ownership and liability
  for the electrical system to operate maintain, repair, expand,
  upgrade and improve the distribution system to ensure safe,
  adequate and dependable electrical power is supplied to each
  Government point of contact consistently, 24 hours a day, 7
  days per week. These services shall be provided in accordance
  with local, State and Federal Codes. The contractor shall be
  responsible when state and Federal laws/regulations are changed
  and new ones are put into effect. The contractor shall assume
  ownership of all Government-owned substations and distribution
  facilities on the Fort Lewis reservation. The distribution
  system includes, but is not limited to: three 110 KV distribution
  substations; four 13.8 KV substations; approximately 87 circuit
  miles of overhead primary distribution lines; and approximately
  48 circuit miles of underground primary distribution lines.
  The anticipated issue date of the complete solicitation is
  22 January 2001. This is a first time acquisition and no prior
  contract information is available. A site visit and preproposal
  conference will be held with scheduling information posted
  on the Directorate of Contracting web site. This solicitation
  will result in a firm-fixed price contract and is for a term
  of 50 years. The proposed procurement listed here will be issued
  as unrestricted. NAICS Code: 221122. The small business size
  standard is: A firm is small if, including its affiliates,
  it is primarily engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or
  distribution of electric energy for sale and its total electric
  output for the preceding fiscal year did not exceed 4 million
  megawatt hours. Point of contact is Olive Lenney at (253) 966-3503.
LINKURL: www.lewis.army.mil/doc
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lenneyo@lewis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-347 SN5087E4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Federal Protective Service (8PAF), Denver Federal Center,
  Building 41, Room 258, Denver, CO, 80225-0546
SUBJECT: S--TRASH REMOVAL SERVICES
SOL GS-08P-01-JAD-0805
DUE 011601
POC Lynda Sena, Contracting Officer, Phone (303) 236-7931, Fax
  (303) 236-7965, Email lynda.sena@gsa.gov - Lynda Sena, Contracting
  Officer, Phone (303) 236-7931, Fax (303) 236-7965, Email lynda.sena@gsa.gov
DESC: NAICS Code: 562219 Size Standard: $10M. Provide trash removal
  services for the Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colorado. Period
  of Performance: February 1, 2001 through January 31, 2002,
  plus four one-year options. The contractor shall provide trash
  removal services to meet GSA, DFC's requirement. The solicitation
  will be issued on or about December 28, 2000. Copies of the
  solicitation must be requested in writing to General Services
  Administration, DFC Field Office (8PDD), Bldg. 44, DFC, P.O.
  Box 25546, Denver, Co 80025-0546: or fax to 303-236-5328, POC:
  Lynda F. Sena or Robert Feliciano. Only written requestes will
  be accepted. All resposible sources may submit an offer which
  will be considered. See Number Note 1
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=GS-08P-01-JAD-0805&L=621
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: lynda.sena@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087E8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: American Embassy Rabat (E), 2 Ave. de Marrakech PSC 74,
  Box 003, APO AE 09718
SUBJECT: S--LOCAL GUARD SERVICES
SOL S-MO550-01-R-0001
DUE 031501
POC Eric W. Stromayer -Contracting Officer; phone - 212 377 62265;
  fax - 212 377 69032
DESC: Local Guard Services. Please note that this solicitation
  is not ready to be issued as of this date. The U.S. Embassy
  Rabat, Morocco, will release via the Internet, a solicitation
  for the operation and management of local guard services in
  order to prevent unauthorized access, maintain order, protect
  life, deter criminal and terrorist attacks against employees,
  dependants and property. The contractor will provide all equipment,
  management, administration and direct labor personnel to accomplish
  all work as required in this contract. Major duties and responsibilities
  are to perform access control to limit entry to only authorized
  personnel or visitors and the operation of equipment to accomplish
  these tasks at access points. Services will be performed for
  the US Embassy Rabat; US Consulate General, Casablanca; and
  U.S. Mission in Tangier, Morocco. The estimated yearly guard
  hours for this requirement are 430,021. These requirements
  may change depending on funding availability in forthcoming
  periods. The solicitation is for one base year and four one-year
  periods of performance. All responsible sources may submit
  an offer, which will be considered. Telephone requests will
  not be honored. The Goverment plans to issue the solicitation
  via the Internet on the Statebuy Interactive Platform (SIP).
  You can reach the SIP through URL:http://state.monmouth.army.mil/.
  If you have difficulty, go to http://www.statebuy.gov/home.htm
  and then proceed to U.S. State Department Business Opportunities
  to see the listing that will contain the solicitation. You
  can subscribe to receive email notification and register for
  other services on this SIP site. See note number 26.  
LINKURL: http://www.statebuy.gov/home.htm
LINKDESC: 
  here to download a copy of the RFP
EMAILADD: stromayer@state.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  email
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: American Embassy, Douglas Street, Port Moresby, Papua
  New Guinea, Attn: GSO
SUBJECT: S--GUARD SERVICE
SOL S0PP500-01-R-001
DUE 010301
POC Peter van Eck - telephone 675-321-1455, fax 675-320-0637
DESC: The American Embassy in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea,
  requires the operation and management of Guard Services in
  order to prevent unauthorized access, protect life, maintain
  order, deter criminal attacks against employees, dependents
  and property and terrorist attacks against all against all
  U.S. assets, and prevent damage to government property. The
  Contractor shall furnish managerial, administrative and direct
  labor personnel to accomplish all work as required in the contract.
  The estimated number of hours of guard services required for
  each year is 77,880. Any resultant contract will contain a
  base period not to exceed 12 months and four 12 month optional
  periods of performance. Note 26.
LINKURL: http://state.monmouth.army.mil/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: VanEckPN@state.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 2 CONS,
  841 Fairchild Ave Ste 205, Barksdale AFB, LA, 71110-2271
SUBJECT: S--TREE MAINTENANCE SERVICE
SOL F16602-01-R0036
DUE 011501
POC Patricia Barber, Contract Administrator, Phone 318-456-6941,
  Fax 318-456-2107, Email Patricia.Barber@barksdale.af.mil -
  Sheila Pierce, Contract Administrator, Phone 318-456-6887,
  Fax 318-456-2107, Email
DESC: Tree Maintenance Service at Barksdale AFB LA. To provide
  all personnel, equipment, tools, material, supervision and
  all items necessary to perform tree maintenance service, such
  as pruning, removal, cabling, and planting various species
  of trees at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. Performance
  period will be on or about 1 April 2001 through 30 September
  2001 (basic period) plus seven one-year option periods. THE
  PROPOSED SOLICITATIONS IS A SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE UNDER
  NAICS 56173. Small business size standard is $5 million. This
  solicitation is a competitive RFP awarded using Commercial
  Procedures found in FAR Part 12. The solicitation will be posted
  on the EPS web site (www.eps.gov). Anticipated posting date
  is 12 January 2001. PAPER COPIES OF THIS SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE AVAILABLE. All prospective offerors are responsible
  to visit the web page frequently and obtain the solicitation
  and any amendments or other information pertaining to this
  solicitation. No telephone calls or written requests for this
  solicitation package will be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F16602-01-R0036&L=886
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Patricia.Barber@barksdale.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508800)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (fcp), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Atlantic, 300 East Main Street, Suite 965, Norfolk, VA, 23510-9113
SUBJECT: S--SECURITY GUARD AND PATROL SERVICES
SOL DTCG84-01-Q-AA1001
DUE 122200
POC Maria Negron, Contract Specialist, Phone 757-628-4113, Fax
  757-628-4134/4135, Email MNegron@mlca.uscg.mil - Marie Gilliam,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 757-628-4108, Fax 757-628-4134,
  Email mgilliam@mlca.uscg.mil
DESC: The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), Maintenance and Logistics
  Command Atlantic (MLCLANT), Norfolk, VA is procuring Security
  Guard and Patrol Services to be performed at the USCG Integrated
  Support Command (ISC) Boston, 427 Commercial Street, Boston,
  MA and the USCG Air Station (AS) Cape Cod, Cape Cod, MA. The
  contractor shall furnish all personnel, management, supervision,
  equipment, supplies, material, transportation and other items
  and services necessary to provide protection for personnel,
  property, facilities and land at the ISC Boston and at the
  AS Cape Cod. The solicitation is issued in accordance with
  FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, and FAR Subpart
  13.5, Test Program for Certain Commercial Items. A firm-fixed
  price type contract will be awarded by December 31, 2000. The
  total contract duration will not exceed five years. The base
  period of performance will be from 1 January 2001 through 31
  December 2001 with four twelve-month option periods, if exercised
  by the Government. This requirement is solicited in accordance
  with FAR Subpart 6.2, Full and Open Competition After Exclusion
  of Sources, set-aside for HUBZone small business concerns certified
  both as an 8(a) and a HUBZone contractor capable of providing
  these services. The applicable NAICS code is 561612 (Security
  Guard and Patrol Services) with a Small Business Size Standard
  of $9.0 million. For the calculation of annual receipts and
  number of employees see parts 121.104 and 121.106 in SBA's
  Small Business Size Regulations <http://www.sba.gov/regulations/121/>.
  A current Bidder_s List has been compiled utilizing the SBA
  Pro-Net. Any qualified firm interested in this requirement,
  who has not previously responded, is requested to do so via
  e-mail or facsimile by December 18, 2000, with the following
  documentation: 8(a) and HUBZone certifications and Past Performance
  information. A second site visit is scheduled for December
  20, 2000 at ISC Boston between 9:00 and 10:00 AM/Point of Contact
  is BMC Will Brown (617-223-3023); and, at AS Cape Cod between
  1:00 and 2:00 PM/Point of Contact is CPO Shawn Lootens (508-968-6364)
  If a firm will be attending, please respond via e-mail with
  the following information: name, address and phone number of
  the interested firm; and, name and title of attendees. It is
  strongly recommended that anyone who anticipates submitting
  a quote attend the site visit. Any correspondence concerning
  this acquisition shall reference Request for Quotation (RFQ)
  Number DTCG84-01-Q-AA1001. The solicitation, and any subsequent
  amendments, will be available electronically by accessing http://www.uscg.mil/mlclant/FDiv/fdiv.html
  on or about December 14, 2000 with a closing date for receipt
  of quotes on or about December 22, 2000. No paper copies of
  the solicitation and/or amendments will be distributed. All
  vendors will be responsible for obtaining any amendments from
  that site. If you have any questions you may contact Ms. Maria
  Negron at (757) 628-4113 or via e-mail at mnegron@mlca.uscg.mil.
  ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned, and Disadvantaged Business
  Enterprises (DBEs)! The Department of Transportation (DOT),
  Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing
  in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable
  for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit
  is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For further information,
  call (800) 532-1169. Internet address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=DTCG84-01-Q-AA1001&L=496
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: MNegron@mlca.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508813)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: S--UPGRADE & INSTALL HEAT CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL RFQ S07-01-0026/DB
DUE 122600
POC Contact DuWayne R. Begay, Purchasing Agent (520) 871-5864
  or Jack Tarro, SCO (520) 871-5800
DESC: 18. Contractor will furnish labor, materials, transportation
  and equipment to upgrade the heat control system in (24) units
  of the 8 plex apartments at the Northern Navajo Medical Center
  Compound, Shiprock, New Mexico. RFQ No. SO7-01-0026/DB, will
  be available upon request. This is a total set-aside for Small
  Businesses. Your request can be made via Telephone [520/871-5864]
  or Fax [520/871-1477] --- Closing Date for Request for Quotation
  is 26 December 2000 at 2:00P.M. Local time.18. Contractor will
  furnish labor, materials, transportation and equipment to upgrade
  the heat control system in (24) units of the 8 plex apartments
  at the Northern Navajo Medical Center Compound, Shiprock, New
  Mexico. RFQ No. SO7-01-0026/DB, will be available upon request.
  This is a total set-aside for Small Businesses. Your request
  can be made via Telephone [520/871-5864] or Fax [520/871-1477]
  --- Closing Date for Request for Quotation is 26 December 2000
  at 2:30P.M. Local time.
EMAILADD: duwayne.begay@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508881)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: TRADOC Contracting Activity, Attn: ATCA, Bldg 2798, Fort
  Eustis, VA 23604-5538
SUBJECT: T--DRAFT SOLICITATION COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES FOR TRAINING
  SUPPORT CENTER, FT. BENNING, GA
SOL DABT60-01-R-0003
DUE 012201
POC Sandi Harris, (757) 878-4005/270
DESC: TRADOC Acquisition Center (TAC) will be issuing a DRAFT
  Solicitation on or about 21 Dec 00 for an A-76 Commercial Activity
  Study for Training Support functions at Ft. Benning, GA. This
  office welcomes industry comments/questions pertaining to any
  portion of the solicitation; with particular emphasis on Sections
  L & M and the Performance Work Statement. Please respond by
  22 Jan 01. Pertinent responses to the draft solicitation will
  be used to IMPROVE similar TRADOC A-76 Training Support porjects.
  Actual solicitation will be issued at a later time. The Ft.
  Benning requirements solicit the contractor to perform services
  relating to the Training Support Center (TSC)Facility Operations
  and Supervision, TSC Logistic Support Services, Graphic Services,
  Device Services, Phtotgraphic Services and Television and Visual
  Information Production and Services. The Performance Period
  is for one year with 4 one-year options. The Applicable SIC
  Code is 8712 with a size standard of $20.5M. This procurement
  will be solicited as a 100% Small Business Set-Aside under
  a cost-plus-award-fee arrangement. A formal source selection
  procedure will be used during the evaluation process. Oral
  presentations will be part of the evaluation process. A Site
  Visit will be conducted during the actual solicitation period.
  The entire package is obtainable via TAC's Home Page at www.tac.eustis.army.mil.
  Paper copies are not available. Responses to this draft should
  be faxed to (757) 878-5567 or e-mailed to harriss@tac.eustis.army.mil.
  All comments received will be considered by TAC; however, the
  Government will not provide individual responses to those comments.
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Postal Service, Headquarters Purchasing, Room 4541,
  475 L'Enfant Plaza, SW., Washington, DC 20260-6230
SUBJECT: T--ENGRAVED COMMEMORATIVE PANELS
SOL 102590-01-A-0001
POC James Fisher 202-268-4757 and John Gorzo 202-268-4143
DESC: The United States Postal Service is seeking sources for
  the production of all three phases of the Philatelic Subscriber
  Series. The contemplated three year base contract with two
  one-year options will produce Commemorative and Special Issue
  Panels, Commemorative Stamp Club Album Pages and Souvenir Pages.
   The contractor must be able to provide the following: 5 different
  steel plate printed reproductions of original hand steel line
  engravings or Photo Engravings related to the stamp issue being
  displayed, two different design models using 2 to 4 of the
  engravings, research and write historical summaries for every
  featured stamp subject (Typeset and incorporated into the design).
  The contractor must print using an intaglio steel plate process
  plus up to 4 different colors by offset printing. Solicitations
  are due to be issued December 15, 2000. Additional requests
  for this solicitation must be in writing and reference Solicitation
  Number 102595-01-A-0001. 
EMAILADD: jfishe10@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508826)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug
  Administration, Division of Contracts and Procurement Management,
  Office of Facilities, Acquisitions, and Central Svcs, 5600
  Fishers Lane, HFA-511, Rockville, MD, 20857
SUBJECT: U--BASIC FOOD AND DRUG LAW TRAINING
SOL 223-01-4300
DUE 012601
POC Danny McCauley, Contract Specialist, Phone (301) 827-7176,
  Fax (301) 827-7106, Email dmccaule@oc.fda.gov - Claudia Scheigh,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (301) 827-7173, Fax (301) 827-7106,
  Email cschleig@oc.fda.gov
DESC: See Note 22 is hereby replaced with See Note 1.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=223-01-4300&L=3044
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: dmccaule@oc.fda.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508807)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Defense Supply Service-Washington, 5200 Army Pentagon,
  Rm. 1D245, Washington, DC 20310-5200
SUBJECT: U--DISTANCE LEARNING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
SOL HQ0038-0341-0009
DUE 122800
POC Pauline Floyd, Contracting Officer, 703-695-0748
DESC: The Defense Supply Service-Washington intends to award
  a sole source contract (IAW FAR 6.302-1 Only one responsible
  source) to Pennsylvania State University. This on-line program
  offers a 12-credit, four-course, undergraduate-level credit
  certificate. This on-line certificate provides a better understanding
  of the complexities of systems analysis, quality control, transport
  systems, procurement, and inventory management from a supply
  chain perspective. This requirement meets the Commercial Business
  Environment (CBE) Study Group need to identify training on
  commercial business practices for the DoD acquisition workforce.
  No solicitation will be issued. This notice is for informational
  purposes only. A firm fixed price is anticipated.
EMAILADD: william.sanders@hqda.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5088A4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service
  (FMS), Acquisition Management Division, 401 14th Street, S.W.,
  Room 454D, Washington, DC, 20227
SUBJECT: V--PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION INCENTIVE PROGRAM
SOL FHQ01Q00675
DUE 122800
POC Cheryl Rice, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 874-0238, Fax
  (202) 874-7275, Email cheryl.rice@fms.sprint.com - Cathy Riddick,
  Manager, Procurement Branch, Phone (202) 874-6595, Fax (202)
  874-7275, Email
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6
  of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.6, as supplemented
  with the additional information included in this notice. This
  announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are
  being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  FHQ01Q00675 is issued as a request for quotation (RFQ). RFQ
  FHQ01Q00675 incorporates provisions and clauses in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The associated NAICS code
  is 485111. Contract Line Item Numbers (CLIN)s 0001: Transit
  Checks. Quantity: 1,500 in $20.00 denomination. Delivery FOB
  Destination: Monthly quantity of 120. Place of delivery and
  acceptance: Department of the Treasury, Financial Management
  Service, Philadelphia Finance Center. 13000 Townsend Road,
  Philadelphia, PA 19154, Attention: Deborah Young. Period of
  performance: Base period and two one-year option periods. The
  Department of Treasury, 401-14th Street, SW, Washington, DC
  20227, intends to award a sole source blanket purchase agreement
  (BPA), utilizing simplified acquisition procedures and provisions
  and clauses for Commercial Items to the Delaware Valley Regional
  Planning Commission for the Employee Incentive Program to utilize
  public transportation. FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offeror-Commercial
  Items (Oct 2000) applies to this acquisition; FAR 52.212-2,
  Evaluation-Commercial Items (Jan 1999) is hereby incorporated
  by reference. The government will award a commercial blanket
  purchase agreement using simplified acquisition procedures
  to the responsible offeror whose offer is most advantageous
  to the government. The offers will be evaluated on the basis
  of price, delivery schedule, and past performance. FAR 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial Items
  (Oct 2000) applies to this acquisition. Clause 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (May 1999), is hereby
  incorporated by reference. FAR clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items (Aug 2000) applies to this solicitation.
  The following clauses apply to this solicitation and the resultant
  contract (b): 52.217-5, 52.217-8, and 52.232-18. Include a
  completed copy of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications-Commercial Items with the quote. Full text
  clauses and provisions can be downloaded from Internet site
  http://www.arnet.gov. Note 22 applies. Offerors are invited
  to submit information demonstrating their ability to meet the
  agency's need by 4:30 PM EST on December 28, 2000. Submit capability
  packages to Cheryl Rice at FMS, 401 14th Street, SW, Washington,
  DC 20227, Rm. 450A.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=FHQ01Q00675&L=1763
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: cheryl.rice@fms.sprint.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087F2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Commander, Military Sealift Command, Bldg 210, 914 Charles
  Morris Court SE, Code N10, Washington, DC 20398-5540
SUBJECT: V--OCEAN TRANSPORT CARGO FROM KUWAIT TO FLORIDA
SOL N00033-01-R-5219
DUE 121800
POC Mark Chadwick (202) 685-5829
DESC: II. DRYVOY Boxes   1. Vessel Required: U.S. or foreign
  flag RoRo or self-sustaining general cargo vessel capable of
  lifting and transporting cargo described in Box 2. Contractor
  to furnish lashing gear sufficient for securing cargo. Owner
  to warrant that any and all regulatory compliances are maintained.
  Minimum laden speed in moderate weather, 14 knots.   2. Cargo
  Description (Approx. 12,905 sq. ft. (94 pieces) +/- 10% CHOP).
  All cargo MUST be stowed below deck; no cargo on weather deck:
    Longest Piece (Inches): 402 L x 102 W x 112 H Tallest
  Piece (Inches): 265 L x 96 W x 140 H Max. Wt. Of Cargo: 43,180
  lbs (Wrecker 402L x 102W x 112H)  Cargo list available upon
  request via e-mail or fax. Contact Mark Chadwick (202) 685-5829
  or mark.chadwick@msc.navy.mil  2a. Load: Liner Terms (if
  RoRo vessel, Government personnel will drive vehicles on vessel
  during cargo operations)  2b. Discharge: Liner Terms (if
  RoRo vessel, Government personnel will drive vehicles off vessel
  during cargo operations)  3. Loading Port(s)/Place(s): Al
  Schwaike, Kuwait  4. N/A  5. Discharging Port(s)/Place(s):
  Jacksonville, FL  6. Laydays: 23 Jan 01/23 Jan 01  7. Terms/Conditions/Attachments
  added, deleted or  modified:   III(i) Not withstanding Subparagraph
  (1) expected discharge in Jacksonville, FL no later than 03
  Mar 01.  ADD - V(c) - "Loading and Discharging (Liner terms)";
    ADD - V(g) "Position Reports", (Attn: Phil Emanuel email:
  phil.emanuel@msc.navy.mil, fax: 202-685-5852);  VI Change
  date of clause to "AUG 2000";  X Change date of clause to
  "OCT 2000";  X(j) Internet home page on third to last line
  is changed  to http://www.customerserviced@dnb.com   XII
  Change date of clause and Alternates I, II and III to "OCT
  2000";  III. Instructions to Offerors  Offerors shall use
  the guidelines set forth in Part X for submission of offers;
  however, at a minimum, offers must  contain the following:
    1. Lumpsum price and detention rate. 2. Speed of Advance
  (SOA) laden and detailed itinerary.  3. Set of completed boxes
  (Ref (B), pages I-1 through I-4)  4. Completed Representations
  and Certifications (Part XII,  Ref (B)).  5. IAW DFARS 252.204-7004,
  U.S. offerors (and  foreign offerors working in the U.S.)
  must be  registered in the Central Contractor Registry (CCR)
  in  order to be considered for award. To comply:   * Provide
  a DUNS number with your solicitation. This  number is required
  to verify registration and in order  to register in the CCR.
  The DUNS number can be  obtained by calling 1-800-333-0505.
   * Register in the CCR by calling 1-888-227-2423 or  through
  the MSC's website at  http://www.msc.navy.mil/N10/library.htm
  under "Central  Contractor Registration (CCR)".   Signed:
  Cathlene Jo Stangler, Contracting Officer, MSC, PM52  
LINKURL: http://www.msc.navy/mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mark.chadwick@msc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087N9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Installation Business Office -, Contracting, Drawer 70120,
  Fort Bragg, NC 28307-0120
SUBJECT: V--PACKING, CONTAINERIZATION AND LOCAL DRAYAGE OF PERSONAL
  PROPERTY
SOL DAKF40-00-B-0012
POC CONTRACT SPECIALIST LYNN ELLISON (910)396-4362 X230, CONTRACTING
  OFFICER KAREN KURZENDOERFER (910) 396-4362 X239(Site Code DAKF40)
DESC: PACKING, CONTAINERIZATION AND LOCAL DRAYAGE OF PERSONAL
  PROPERTY FOR POPE AIR FORCE BASE AND FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA,
  ESTIMATED DUE DATE OF 011701. Provide all labor, materials,
  transportation, and perform all work necessary for Packing,
  Containerization and Local drayage of Personal Property shipments
  at Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina during
  the period of 01 March 2001 through 31 December 2001 with four
  (4) one-year option periods. The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) is 484210, threshold of $18.5 million. The FSC/Service
  code is V003. It is now a requirement that all contractors
  doing business with the Department of Defense be registered
  with CCR (the website may be accessed on the internet at: www.ccr2000.com
  to register). Upon release to the public, the solicitation
  as well as amendments will only be available via the internet
  at website: www.bragg.army.mil/www-doc. Contractors will not
  be directly notified of solicitation amendments. Offer due
  date and time will be included in the solicitation. See Numbered
  Note 1.  
LINKURL: http://www.bragg.army.mil/www-doc
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ellisonl@bragg.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Joint Traffic Management Office,
  Attn: MTAQ-J, 200 Stovall Street, Room 12S45, Alexandria, VA
  22332-5000
SUBJECT: V--OCEAN AND INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
SOL DAMT01-00-R-0056
DUE 021601
POC Cathy A. Golden, Contract Specialist, 703-428-2045/Craig
  Robinson, Contracting Officer, 703-428-2068
DESC: The Government announces its intent to request price and
  technical proposals in response to the upcoming release of
  the Universal Service Contract-03(USC03) solicitation. USC03
  is to provide international cargo transportation services using
  commercial liner service for the carriage of Department of
  Defense cargo worldwide. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity
  contract will have a one year base period from 1 September
  2001 through 31 August 2002. The proposed issuance date for
  the solicitation is 29 December 2000. The solicitation will
  be posted to the website link: http://www.mtmc.army.mil. No
  paper copies will be issued. A pre-proposal conference is tentatively
  scheduled for January 2001, in Alexandria, Virginia. 
LINKURL: http://www.mtmc.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: robinsoncraig@mtmc.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 60th
  CONS, 350 Hangar Ave. Bldg 549, Travis AFB, CA, 94535
SUBJECT: W--RENTAL OF LINEN AND LINEN SERVICES FOR TRAVIS AFB
SOL F04626-01-Q0083
DUE 122700
POC Ralph Solomon, Contract Administrator, Phone (707) 424-7744,
  Fax (707) 424-0288, Email Ralph.Solomon@travis.af.mil - Clifford
  St Sauver, Team Leader, Phone 707-424-7739, Fax 707-424-0288,
  Email
DESC: Provide linen services for Delta Breeze Club and Pizzeria
  at Travis AFB. Services shall be performed at the contractor's
  facility in accordance with commercial practices and all federal
  and state regulations. The service entails 2 weekly deliveries
  to two to multiple sites. This acquisition will be accomplished
  using simplified acquisition procedures in accordance with
  Federal Acquisition Regulation Parts 12 and 13. The Government
  will evaluate offers utilizing Price Performance Trade Off
  (PPTO) procedures. This acquisition will be advertised as a
  small business set-aside with North American Classification
  System code 812331 and SIC code 7213 with a business size standard
  of $10.5M. The performance period is one base year beginning
  1 Mar 01 through 28 Feb 02, and four one-year options periods.
  Interested parties may download the solicitation from www.eps.gov
  on or about 12 Dec 00. The closing date and time for submission
  of offers will be contained in the solicitation package. When
  the solicitation is posted, it is imperative interested parties
  review this site frequently for any updates/amendments. By
  submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement
  that a prospective awardee must be registered in the Central
  Contractor Registration (CCR) at www.ccr2000.com database prior
  to award, during performance, and through final payment of
  any contract resulting from this solicitation. Lack of registration
  in the CCR database will make a offeror ineligible for award.
  The Unit Small Business Specialist is Ms. Lorraine Marsh, at
  (707) 424-7711; link to USAF Small Business, http://www.selltoairforce.org;link
  to SBA, http://sba.gov; link to the Unit public information
  web site, http://www.travis.af.mil/. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F04626-01-Q0083&L=861
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Ralph.Solomon@travis.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087F4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: US EPA, LCRMD, Bldg 53, PO Box 25227, Denver Federal
  Center, Denver, CO 80225
SUBJECT: X--RENTAL OF PARKING FACILITY
SOL RFQ-C2-0Q-0001
DUE 122800
POC Nancy Becker 303 236-6019
DESC: This is a synposis/solicitation (RFQ-C2-00-0001) for rental
  of a parking facility prepared in accordance with the format
  in Simplified Acquisition Procedures of FAR 12, subpart 12.6,
  as supplemented with additional information in this notice.
  The announcement constitutes the solicitation. Proposals are
  being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  This solicitation is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ).
  The solicitation document, incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-05.
  This is a sole source requirement in accordance with FAR 13.106-1(b).
  EPA intends to issue a Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order (PO)
  for the rental of ten (10) parking spaces in Boston, Massachusetts,
  for one year. The following clauses and provisions apply; FAR
  52.212-1, 52.212-3, shall be included with any offer, 52.212-4
  and 52.212-5. EPA intends to award to Central Parking System,
  50 New Sudbury Street, Boston, MA 01116. The closing date for
  RFQ-C2-01-0001 is December 28, 2000. The anticipated award
  date is December 29, 2000. Proposals should be delivered to
  US EPA, Bldg. 53, Door W1, Rm D1002, Denver Federal Center,
  Denver, CO 80225, attn: Nancy Becker. No telephonic requests
  accepted only written or faxed requests for information received
  directly from the requestor will be accepted.  All responsible
  sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal or quotation which
  shall be considered. Authority FAR 13.106-1(b). Justification:
  Services are available from only one source and no other type
  of service will meet the agency requirement. Potential offerors
  should request information, pose questions and voice concerns
  to the contracting officer. This is a sole source procurement.
  Synopsis published for information purposes only. 
EMAILADD: becker.nancy@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508837)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: BIA, FMCC, Acquisition Services Program Staff, 201 Third
  Street NW, 3th Floor, Room 330, Albuquerque, NM 87103
SUBJECT: Y--HUERFANO DORMITORY FI&R & NEW CONSTRUCTION
SOL RMK660010001
DUE 020101
POC Anita Jojola, Contract Specialist, (505) 346-7214
DESC: (1) Facilities Improvement & Repair and new construction.
  (2) Base bid consists of new construction of a new dormitory
  and kindegarten classroom.  construction shall be concrete
  block partitions with split-faced masonry unit (CMU) veneer
  & glazed CMU veneer at exterior walls. Foundation system includes
  concrete spread footings with concrete slab on grade. Roof
  system includes steel bar joists metal deck & single-ply membrane
  roofing. High clerestory roof consists of refinished metal
  wall panels on steel studs. Ceilings include acoustical tile
  & gypsum board on suspension systems. Other interior finishes
  include glazed CMU veneer, ceramic floor & wall tile, carpet,
  vinyl composition tile, etc. Interior work includes electrical
  & plumbing; exterior work includes furnishing and installing
  a 25,000 gallon fire service water storage tank, renovation
  of water tower, extension of electrical & gas services to bldg.
  New parking lot & access drives consist asphalt paving with
  concrete curb & gutter, & wire fence at perimeter of property.
  Work also consists of demolition of Bldg. #514. (3) Additive
  Bid Alternate #1 includes renovation of Bldg. #501 to replace
  roof system, existing wood windows, renovate restrooms, & install
  new fire alarm system. (4) Additive Bid Alternate #2 includes
  renovate Bldg. #513 to replace roof system, existing steel
  windows, installation of acoustical ceiling in multi-purpose
  room & install new fire alarm system. (5) The site is located
  in the Huerfano Community, San Juan County, NM approx. 155
  miles NW of Albuquerque, NM, via State HWY 44, & approx. 30
  miles SE of Farmington, NM, via HWY 64 & State HWY 44. Site
  is approx. 5 miles west of State HWY 44. (6) The construction
  price range is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000. (7) Award
  of any contract resulting from this solicitation shall be subject
  to Section (7)(b) of Pub. L. 93-638 (25 U.S.C. 450(e)) and
  41 C.F.R. 1452.226-71 which require that preference in subcontracting
  be given to Indian/Alaska Native firms. Consistent with these
  authorities, bidders shall advertise & solicit subcontractors
  & suppliers from the Tribe(s) on or near the reservation(s)
  for which the contract will be performed. Potential awardee
  shall be required to submit its plan to implement Section (7)(b)
  when requested by the Contracting Officer. Failure by the bidder
  to submit its plan when required and implement same after award
  shall be sufficient reason for non-award of a contract or termination
  of award for default. (8) This procurement is subject to the
  Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program. (9) The
  performane period for this procurement is 400 calendar days
  after notice to proceed. (10) Bid documents will be available
  after January 2, 2001, at a cost of $100.00 per set, non-refundable,
  and payable in advance to the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Mail
  checks to attention of Nancy Chavarillo, Procurement Technician,
  Office of Facilities Management and Construction, P. O. Box
  1248, Albuquerque NM 87103-1248.***** 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087F1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Puget Sound Health
  Care System (663/90C), 1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle, WA 98108
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCT BUILDING 61 PARKING LOT AND ACCESS ROAD
  AT AMERICAN LAKE DIV
SOL 663-22-01
DUE 010401
POC William W. Thompson 253 589 4027
DESC: The bid opening date had been extended to January 4, 2001.
  The bid opening time and location will remain the same as stated
  in the subject solicitation.
CITE: (W-347 SN5087H3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U. S. Army Engineer District, Savannah, P.O. Box 889,
  Savannah, Georgia 31402-0889
SUBJECT: Y--ENLISTED BARRACKS COMPLEX - HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD,
  GEORGIA
SOL DACA21-01-B-0002
POC Mr. Robert A. Smith, 912-652-5706 (Technical Questions);
  Ms. Daisy Johnson, 912-652-5901 (Contractual Questions)
DESC: Work consists of construction of a Two Phase Barracks Complex.
  Phase I consists of construction of a 192 space, multi story
  Barracks Building, a Battalion HQs Building and four Company
  Operations Buildings complete with sitework, parking and landscaping.
  Phase II consists of a 264 space multi story Barracks Building,
  Dining Facility, Battalion HQs Building, Soldier Community
  building, and five Company Operations Buildings with sitework,
  parking and landscaping. Phase II consists of a 264 space multi
  story Barracks Building, Dining Facility, Battalion HQs Building,
  Soldier Community Building, and five Company Operations Buildings
  with sitework, parking and landscaping. Estimated cost range
  of project is over 10,000,000.00. Network Analysis System will
  be required. This solicitation is issued on an Unrestricted
  basis pursuant to the "Business Opportunity Development Reform
  Act of 1988" (Public Law 100-656. THIS SOLICITATION WILL BE
  ISSUED IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT ONLY AND WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE
  ON OR ABOUT 01/17/01 ON THE INTERNET AT: http://ebs.sas.usace.army.mil..)
  Amendments to this solicitation will be posted on the Internet
  at the above address unless the total amended compressed files
  are greater than 5 MBYTES, in which case a new CD ROM disk
  will be issued. For amendments that are only posted on the
  Internet, SF 30, Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of
  Contract, and a list of revised specifications and drawings
  will be mailed to each bidder. NOTE: All requests for solicitation
  packages must be made in writing no later than 01/12/01. Requests
  may be faxed to 912/652-5828. Documents will be issued on a
  first come first served basis until supply is exhausted. It
  has been determined that the number of sets will be limited
  to one (1) per firm. Additional copies will be the responsibility
  of the requestor. SOLICITATION REQUESTS MUST INCLUDE STREET
  ADDRESS WITH NINE-DIGIT ZIP CODE, TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBERS,
  BUSINESS SIZE (Large, Small, Small Disadvantaged, Small women-owned),
  BUSINESS TYPE (General Contractor, Subcontractor, Supplier,
  Plans Room etc), and e-mail address. Plans and specifications
  are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.,
  100 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31401-3640.

LINKURL: http://ebs.sas.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: daisy.l.johnson@sas02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087O3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 600 M.L. King, Jr. Pl.,
  Rm 821, Louisville, KY 40202-2230
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCTION OF SOF EQUIPMENT FACILITY AT FORT CAMPBELL,
  KY
SOL DACA27-01-R-0003
DUE 011701
POC Debra Bruner at 502-315-6208
DESC: CORRECTION: This project is 8(a) set-aside and HUBZone
  which was originally advertised, however it is only for REGION
  4 which includes the states of AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC and
  TN 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Y1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 600 M.L. King, Jr. Pl.,
  Rm 821, Louisville, KY 40202-2230
SUBJECT: Y--TACTICAL EQUIPMENT SHOP AT FORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY
SOL DACA27-01-R-0004
DUE 012401
POC Debra Bruner at 502-315-6208
DESC: CORRECTION: This project is 8(a) competitive and is LIMITED
  TO CONTRACTORS CERTIFIED IN REGION 4 which includes the states
  of AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC and TN.
CITE: (W-348 SN508806)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 354
  CONS, 3112 Broadway Ave, Unit 5B, Eielson AFB, AK, 99702-1887
SUBJECT: Z--REMOVE CARPET AND ASBESTOS ABATEMENT BLDG 2202, EIELSON
  AFB, AK
SOL F65503-01-R0003
POC Cynthia Nix, Contract Admin, Phone 907-377-1138, Fax 907-377-2547,
  Email cynthia.nix@eielson.af.mil - Kenneth Jacob, Contract
  Admin, Phone 907-377-7061, Fax 907-377-2547, Email kenneth.jacob@eielson.af.mil
DESC: Project is comprised of removal of all carpet, baseboard,
  door thresholds and abatement of chrysoltile asbestos mastic
  in Bldg 2202 Eielson AFB, AK. Approximateley 22,000 sq. ft
  of carpet (disposed of as asbestos containing material), 5,800
  lf of baseboar, 435 lf of threshold, and abatement of 22,000
  sq. ft of chrysotile asbestos mastic. The contract will be
  awarded as a Fixed Price Contract based on Best Value. The
  solicitation will be Full and Open Competitive. The project
  magnitude is $100,000 to $250,000. The performance period is
  30 days. The solicitation will only be available for download
  from the following web address: FedBizOpps.gov. NO PAPER COPIES
  ARE AVAILABLE. Any questions should be sent via e-mail to:
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=F65503-01-R0003&L=645
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: cynthia.nix@eielson.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087H9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Property Development Division (2PCB), 26 Federal Plaza,
  Room 1639, New York, NY, 10278
SUBJECT: Z--HISTORIC DECORATIVE PAINTING RESTORATION
SOL Reference-Number-NNY95407
DUE 011001
POC Miriam Lopez-Rivera, Contracting Officer, Phone (212) 264-9491,
  Fax (212) 264-0588, Email miriam.lopez-rivera@gsa.gov - Enrico
  Caruso, Contract Specialist, Phone (212) 264-9490, Fax (212)
  264-0588, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration (GSA) seeks a Small
  Business firm capable of performing Historic Decorative Painting
  Restoration for the Renovation/Adaptive Reuse Project at the
  U.S. Post Office & Courthouse, 271 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn.
  The Estimated Cost Range is: $1,000,000.00 to $2,000,000.00.
  The work includes historic decorative painting restoration
  and finishing of certain elements in the interior of an historic
  courthouse and post office building. The area of the scope
  of work is approximately 46,000 Square Feet. The project schedule
  is 180 calendar days from date of Notice to Proceed. The offeror
  must meet the following: COMPETENCY OF BIDDER REQUIREMENT:
  The offeror must demonstrate that it has successfully completed
  a minimum of two (2) decorative painting contracts within the
  last ten (10) years. The total contract dollar value must not
  be less than $400,000.00 for each project. The total square
  footage (actual area of the scope of work) must not be less
  than 11,000 square feet for each project. In addition, each
  project must also comply with the following criteria: (1) The
  decorative painting contractor must demonstrate successful
  past performance in creating accurate reproductions of original
  finishes in historic structures (national, state or local historical
  landmarks). (2) The offeror must also demonstrate past performance
  in successfully completing work which includes painting of
  existing decorative plaster walls, ceilings, columns, trim,
  ornamental friezes, cast iron elements and ornamental reliefs
  including the recreation of stencil floral patterns. IF YOU
  MEET THESE QUALIFICATIONS AND ARE INTERESTED IN BIDDING FOR
  THIS PROJECT, PLEASE SUBMIT A LETTER TO GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION,
  26 FEDERAL PLAZA, NEW YORK, NY 10278, ROOM 1639, TELEPHONE
  NUMBER: 212/264-9491, FAX NUMBER: 212/264-0588 ATTENTION: MIRIAM
  LOPEZ, OR E-MAIL ME AT miriam.lopez-rivera@gsa.gov, EXPRESSING
  INTEREST IN BEING PLACED ON THE BIDDER's MAILING LIST FOR THIS
  SOLICITATION. All RESPONSES SHALL BE RECEIVED BY NO LATER THAN
  January 10, 2001. THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS
  CONCERNS ONLY. THE SIZE STANDARD FOR A SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN
  IS $11.5 MILLION. The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) code is 235210. This is NOT an RFP.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=Reference-Number-NNY95407&L=54
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: miriam.lopez-rivera@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087S9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, U.S. Forest Service, Central Administrative Zone,
  240 West Prospect Road, Fort Collins, CO 80526-2098
SUBJECT: Z--MIRROR LAKE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION
SOL RFP CAZ-01-01
DUE 012901
POC Christina Schofield, Procurement Clerk, FAX: 970/498-1045
DESC: This project consists of furnishing all labor, supervision,
  material other than Government furnished, and transportation
  necessary to reconstruct and pave the Mirror Lake Entry Road
  (FDR 228), Accessible Fishing Station, and chip seal the existing
  Tipple and Silver Lake Trailheads. Work to be performed shall
  include construction staking, clearing and grubbing, excavation,
  borrow excavation, topsoil stripping, crushed aggregate, hot
  bituminous pavement chip sealing, culvert installation, seeding,
  signs and pavement striping. The project sites are located
  adjacent to Wyoming State Highway No. 130, approximately 45
  miles west of Laramie, Wyoming, in Albany County, on the Brush
  Creek/Hayden Ranger District, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest.
  The legal description is T16N, R79W Sec 19 (FDR 228). The estimated
  price range is $200,000 to $250,000. It is anticipated that
  contract award will be made in February of 2001. Award will
  be made using a tradeoff process. The estimated starting date
  is the beginning of July 2001. Work could start two to three
  weeks earlier during average snow fall years if the roadway
  is plowed (approximately three drifts close this section of
  roadway for several weeks) and left to dry out. All work shall
  be completed within 75 calendar days after the notice to proceed
  has been issue by the Contracting Officer. This project is
  advertised under the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration
  Program. All responsible sources may submit a proposal which
  shall be considered by the agency.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087U0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 347
  CONS, 4380B Alabama Rd, Moody AFB, GA, 31699-1794
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR AETC SQ. OPS, BUILDING 704
SOL F09607-01-R0006
POC Annette Rice, Contract Specialist, Phone 912-257-2074, Fax
  912-257-4709, Email annette.rice@moody.af.mil - Deldridge Berry,
  Acquisition Officer, Phone (912) 257-4715, Fax (912) 257-4709,
  Email
DESC: The proposed contract is for but not limited to the renovation
  Bldg 704. Work will consist of renovating selected portions
  of the building including restrooms with new restrooms and
  showers to be included. In addition walls and doors will be
  relocated as part of this project. All work shall be in strict
  compliance with specifications and drawings. Magnitude of proposed
  project is between $ 250,000 and $ 500,000.Issue date on or
  about 01 Jan 18, but specific issue and opening dates to be
  identified on solicitation. To obtain the solicitation, including
  specifications, drawings, and any amendments: purchase a paper
  or disk copy by contacting Dougherty Blueprint and Supply 912-244-5598,
  800-344-7997, or 912-435-5727; The Blueprint Shop 850-224-2699;
  Valdosta Reprographics 912-241-7955, Datatek-USA Plan Room
  Services 888-539-8431, or other plan rooms; or review a copy
  at the contracting office; or review and/or download from this
  Electronic Posting System (EPS). To download from EPS choose
  1) EPS for Vendors 2) USAF 3) Air Combat Command and 4) Moody.
  It will be the contractors_ responsibility to also obtain any
  amendments from one of these sources. NAICS Code is 23332 and
  $27.5 million size standard. This acquisition is unrestricted
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=F09607-01-R0006&L=883
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: annette.rice@moody.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087W4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District,
  P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019
SUBJECT: Z--SHORE PROTECTION PROJECT, DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA 
SOL DACW17-01-R-0009
DUE 021701
POC Contract Specialist, Vicki V. Tipton, 904-232-1146
DESC: The project will place approximately 500,000 cubic yards
  of sand on Duval County Beaches. The sand will come from Buck
  Island Disposal Area. The disposal area will be unloaded and
  material transported to the shorefront. Truck hauling to the
  beach is not allowed. The disposal area is adjacent to the
  St. Johns River and is used for disposal operations for Jacksonville
  Harbor. The distance from the disposal area to the beach front
  is about 13 miles for the Atlantic Beach placement and about
  17 miles for the Jacksonville Beach placement. Buck Island
  Disposal is landward of the COLREGS Demarcation Line and the
  Duval County Beaches are seaward of the COLREGS Demarcation
  Line. Development of the temporary unloading area at the disposal
  area and sea oats planting will also be required. Magnitude
  of construction is over $10,000,000 and the performance period
  is 180 days. Invitation will be issued on or about January
  3, 2001 and close on or about February 17, 2001. Solicitation
  will be issued in electronic format only. Bidders will be provided
  a CD ROM at no cost. Interested offerors must register electronically.
  The registration form is located at http://www.saj.usace.army.mil/.
  (Select Contracts/Business Opps.) THIS IS AN UNRESTRICTED ACQUISITION,
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered.
  Award will be made on a best value basis. Proposals will be
  evaluated on technical and price factors. Technical factors
  may include, but not be limited to, past performance, schedule
  and equipment. You must be registered in the Central Contractor
  Registration in order to be eligible to receive an award from
  this solicitation. Call 1-888-227-2423 for more information.
  NAICS (National American Industry Classification System) Code
  23499, size standard $27.5 million.  
LINKURL: http://www.saj.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Vicki.V.Tipton@usace.army.mil 
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087X1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Army, US Army Engineer District, Buffalo,
  1776 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14207-3199
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE DREDGING - TOUSSAINT RIVER, OTTAWA COUNTY,
  OHIO
SOL DACW49-01-B-0006
DUE 022201
POC Lorraine L. McMullen, Contract Specialist, (716) 879-4249
DESC: Work consists of, but is not limited to furnishing all
  plant, labor, material and equipment necessary to remove and
  dispose of approximately 10,000 cubic yards of dredged material
  other than ledge rock, from the Toussaint River, Ottawa County,
  OH, in strict accordance with the plans and specifications.
  NOTE: THE PROJECT AREA MAY CONTAIN UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE AND
  ORDNANCE AND EXPLOSIVE WASTE. NAICS Code 234990 (formerly SIC
  Code 1629). THIS PROCUREMENT IS 100% SET ASIDE FOR EMERGING
  SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS. 
LINKURL: http://www.lrb.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lorraine.l.mcmullen@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  for the award
CITE: (W-348 SN508805)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, P.O. Box 25127, Lakewood, CO 80225
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE EXISTING WINDOWS WITH ALUMINUM HORIZONTAL
  SLIDERS EGRESS WINDOWS
SOL RMAST-01-019
DUE 011601
POC Carol J. Brown, phone 303-275-5288, fax 303-275-5453
DESC: USDA Forest Service intends to enter into a firm fixed
  price contract for replacement of windows with aluminum horizontal
  sliders egress windows at Pine Ridge Job Corps Center in Chadron,
  NE. Anticipated dollar range of construction services is between
  $25,000 and $100,000. All responsible sources may submit a
  quotation which, if timely received, shall be considered. To
  receive a copy of the solicitation package to submit a quote,
  please make your request by FAX at 303-275-5453.
CITE: (W-348 SN508808)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U. S. Army Engineering District, Charleston, Corps of
  Engineers, P.O. Box 919, Charleston, SC 29402-0919
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE DREDGING IN SAMPIT RIVER, GEORGETOWN
  COUNTY, GEORGETOWN, SOUTH CAROLINA
SOL DACW60-01-B-0003
DUE 030601
POC Joyce Cartwright (843) 329-8089
DESC: PRESOLICITATION NOTICE. 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE.
  IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS PROJECT, "FIVE (5) YEARS
  OF DREDGING EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED." The due date for receipt
  of bids is an estimated date and is subject to change. The
  actual date and time for receipt of bids will be specified
  in the solicitation document. The solicitation document will
  be available on or about 02 February 2001. The Standard Industrial
  Classification (SIC) system has been replaced with the new
  North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). The
  old SIC code was 1629 with a size standard of $17 million.
  The new NAICS code for this project is 234990 with a size standard
  of $27.5 million. The term "size standard" describes the numerical
  definition of a small business. In other words, a business,
  including its affiliates, which has been in business for 3
  or more complete fiscal years with annual average gross revenue
  of $27.5 million or below meets the size standard and is considered
  Small Business. CONTRACTOR MUST BE REGISTERED IN THE DOD CENTRAL
  CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION PRIOR TO AWARD OF THIS SOLICITATION.
  LACK OF REGISTRATION IN THE CCR DATABASE WILL MAKE AN OFFEROR
  INELIGIBLE FOR AWARD. THIS IS A IDIQ CONTRACT FOR A BASE YEAR
  PLUS TWO (2) OPTION YEARS for Maintenance Dredging in Sampit
  River, Georgetown Harbor, Georgetown County, South Carolina.
  Base Year to consist of approximately 1,325,000 CY of unclassified
  material and approximately 30,000 CY of unclassified material
  for one shoal along the AIWW. Disposal will be upland disposal
  areas. Each Option Year will be approximately 1,325,000 CY
  unclassifed material in Sampit River, Georgetown County, South
  Carolina. Disposal will be in upland disposal areas. The estimated
  value of the proposed project is between $5,000,000 to $10,000,000.00.
  Plans and Specifications will be issued only as an Electronic
  Bid Set (CD-ROM format) at no cost. Submit your requests via
  fax # (843) 329-2320 or mail request to U.S. Army Corps of
  Engineers, 69-A Hagood Avenue, Charleston, SC 29403-5107, Attn:
  Contracting Division. You may also request CD-ROM's by visiting
  our website located at http://www.sac.usace.army.mil. Telephone
  requests will not be honored. See numbered note 1. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508872)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 10--SOLICITATION CANCELLATION
SOL DAAE20-00-R-0027
POC POC Carol Rivard (309) 782-3272
DESC: Request for Proposal (RFP) DAAE20-00-R-0027 is hereby cancelled.
CITE: (W-347 SN5087E6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: US Army ARDEC, AMSTA-AR-PC, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  07806-5000
SUBJECT: 10--ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR M109A6
  AND M992 VEHICLES
SOL DAAE30-01-R-0203
DUE 122200
POC Allan Heller, Contract Specialist, 973-724-7870
DESC: Solicitation DAAE30-01-R-0203 is clarified/changed as follows:
  1. Page 1, paragraph 9 - The date for submission of proposals
  is changed to 22 December 2000. 2. Paragraph L.3.4.1.1 - The
  Means of Accomplishment and Capabilities Matrix information
  may be submitted in either the suggested Matrix format or in
  a paragraph type format. The provided information shall be
  as concise as possible.
LINKURL: http://procnet.pica.army.mil/cbd/RFP/01R0203/01R02032.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: aheller@pica.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508818)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--SQUIB, FIRE EXT
SOL F42630-01-Q-20400
DUE 020101
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1377-00-677-6281ES P/N: 074053-1, P/N 4199-1,
  P/N: 802465-2, Predominant material: steel. Length. 62", diameter.
  5". Explosive weight. 0001 lbs. Function: activates the fire
  extinguisher system for the C130. 1375ea. Applicable to: C-130.
  Destn: FMS Countries (200 ea), FB2172 (1175 ea). Delivery:31
  Jul 2002 1375 ea Item 0002 data, 1 lot The approximate issue/response
  date will be 02 JAN 2001. The anticipated award date will be
  01 Feb 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  See our Web page. To: Mccormick Selph Inc, Hollister Ca 95023
  9635. To: Quantic Industries Incorporated, Hollister Ca 95024-0148.
  To: Cartridge Actuated Devices, NJ. First article test required.
  It is suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal development phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, but to communicate
  contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Interested
  parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are
  not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION:
  Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor Registration
  to be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com The Government does not own the data
  or the rights to the data needed to purchase this part from
  additional sources. It has been determined to be uneconomical
  to buy the data or rights to the data. It is uneconomical to
  reverse engineer the part.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508887)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--CUTTER, REEFING LINE
SOL F42630-01-Q-20420
DUE 020101
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1377-01-332-2379ES P/N: C1-1.15, Mechanically
  actuated miniature initiator, actuated by application of pulling
  force on initiator pin. This action compresses a string which
  is released after Initiator pin is withdrawn. Cartridge propellant,
  once ignited, burns and prod- ces gas pressure, length 4.7
  in, dia.8 in. Steel. When actuated provides gas pressure to
  begin ejection sequence. 1410ea. Applicable to: Acft Ejection
  System. Destn: FMS Countries. Delivery:31 Jan 2002 1410 ea
  Item 0002 data, 1 lot Qualification requirements: Sources must
  be qualified prior to being considered for award. The solicitation
  will contain instructions for obtaining further information
  on this requirement. The requirements of FAR 9.202(A) have
  been completed and copies of the qualification requirements
  and standards may be obtained as described in the solicitation.
  These qualification requirements apply to line item(s) 0001
  The approximate issue/response date will be 02 JAN 2001. The
  anticipated award date will be 01 Feb 2001. Electronic procedure
  will be used for this solicitation. See our Web page. To: Roberts
  Research Laboratory, Torrance Ca 90505-4027. First article
  test required. Award will be made only if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer meets qualification requirements
  at the time of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1.
  The solicitation identifies the office where additional information
  can be obtained concerning qualification requirements is cited
  in each individual solicitation. It is suggested that small
  business firms or others interested in subcontracting opportunities
  in connection with the described procurement make contact with
  the firm(s) listed. An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear
  concerns from offerors or potential offerors during the proposal
  development phase of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman
  is not to diminish the authority of the program director or
  contracting officer, but to communicate contractor, concerns,
  issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate
  government personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain
  strict confidentiality as to the source of the concern. The
  Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation of proposals
  or in the source selection process. Interested parties are
  invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are not satisfied
  by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION: Contractor
  must be registered with Central Contractor Registration to
  be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com This part required engineering source
  approval by the design control activity in order to maintain
  the quality of the part. Existing unique design capability,
  engineering skills, and manufacturing knowledge by the qualified
  source(s) require acquisition of the part from the approved
  source(s). The approved source(s) retain data rights, manufacturing
  knowledge, or technical data that are not economically available
  to the Government, and the data or knowledge is essential to
  maintaining the quality of the part. An alternate source must
  qualify in accordance with the design control activity's procedures,
  as approved by the cognizant Government engineering activity.
  The qualification procedures must be approved by the Government
  engineering activity having jurisdiction over the part in the
  intended application.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508888)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 13--INITIATOR CARTRIDGE
SOL F42630-01-Q-20600
DUE 020101
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1377-00-238-0554ES P/N: 1131-1, P/N 21301900-2
  P/N: 6121100, P/N 1377-M679 P/N: 6121100, Acft ejection sys
  (life support) ballistic device. Predominant matl steel with
  explosive charge of 0.0004 lbs, length 5.1", diameter 1.0"
  and is ballistic initiated. Alternate NSN: 1377-01-017-0602ES,
  P/N: 1131-1 & NSN: 1377-01-414-8933ES, P/N: 6121100. 291ea.
  Applicable to: F-4. Destn: FMS Countries. Delivery:30 Mar 2001
  291 ea Item 0002 data, 1 lot Qualification requirements: Sources
  must be qualified prior to being considered for award. The
  solicitation will contain instructions for obtaining further
  information on this requirement. The qualification requirements
  for this item were established prior to 19 Oct 1984 and the
  requirements of FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These qualification
  requirements apply to line item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response
  date will be 02 JAN 2001. The anticipated award date will be
  01 Feb 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  See our Web page. To: Oea Aerospace Inc, Fairfield Ca 94533-0000.
  To: B F Goodrich Aerospace, Phoenix Az 85027-7899. To: Scot
  Inc, Downers Grove Il 60515-0705. First article test required.
  Award will be made only if the offeror, the product/service,
  or the manufacturer meets qualification requirements at the
  time of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1. The solicitation
  identifies the office where additional information can be obtained
  concerning qualification requirements is cited in each individual
  solicitation. It is suggested that small business firms or
  others interested in subcontracting opportunities in connection
  with the described procurement make contact with the firm(s)
  listed. An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear concerns from
  offerors or potential offerors during the proposal development
  phase of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman is
  not to diminish the authority of the program director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the source selection process.
  Interested parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your
  concerns are not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991.
  ATTENTION: Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor
  Registration to be eligible for contact award or payment from
  any DOD activity. Information on registration and annual confirmation
  requirements may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or
  via the Internet at http://www.ccr2000.com This part required
  engineering source approval by the design control activity
  in order to maintain the quality of the part. Existing unique
  design capability, engineering skills, and manufacturing knowledge
  by the qualified source(s) require acquisition of the part
  from the approved source(s). The approved source(s) retain
  data rights, manufacturing knowledge, or technical data that
  are not economically available to the Government, and the data
  or knowledge is essential to maintaining the quality of the
  part. An alternate source must qualify in accordance with the
  design control activity's procedures, as approved by the cognizant
  Government engineering activity. The qualification procedures
  must be approved by the Government engineering activity having
  jurisdiction over the part in the intended application.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508889)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 14--Guided Missiles
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 14--AMPLIFIER,RADIO FRE
SOL N0038301RA091
DUE 020601
POC Contact Point, K Hall, 0223.99, (215)697-6548, Fax, (215)697-3161,
  Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-1420-01-119-9660-SF, SPEC NR TDP VER 003, Qty 36
  EA, Delivery FOB Origin--PART NUMBER 1754H i/a/w (82577) 259255-10.
  GOVT DRAWINGS ARE NOT AVAILABLE. SYNOPSIS NOTE 26 APPLIES.
  The subject item requires Government source approval prior
  to contract award, as the item is flight critical and/or the
  technical data available has not been determined adequate to
  support acquisition via full and open competition. Only the
  source(s) previously approved by the government for this item
  have been solicited. The time required for approval of a new
  source is normally such that award cannot be delayed pending
  approval of a new source. If you are not an approved source
  you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". , See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 14--Guided Missiles
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 14--ROLLER, MISSILE SUPP
SOL DAAH01-01-T-0115
DUE 010301
POC AMSAM-AC-LS-S, Elisa Boyers, Fax # (256) 955-9220.
DESC: 14 Roller, Missile Supp, NSN: 1440-00-481-2818, 180 each,
  PRON: D11P0001, APN: 10183636. Delivery schedule 88 days or
  best possible delivery requested. Destinations to be furnished.
  The proposed contract listed herein is 100% set aside for small
  business. Offerors are not solicited from other than small
  business concerns. All responsible sources may submit a bid,
  proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by this agency-
  request solicitation package from address above, Attn: AMSAM-AC-ML-S,
  fax (256) 955-9220. The most recent representative unit price
  and quantity relative to this acquisition is NSN: 1440-00-481-2818,
  Awd Date 04 Nov. 97, Qty: 337each, Unit Price: $158.23. The
  government provides this price history without assuming the
  responsibility for any resulting conclusions or interpretations
  that may be made. The price history is provided for informational
  purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for
  offer/bid. Quotes should be submitted to commander, U.S. Army
  Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center, Redstone
  Arsenal, Alabama 35898-5280, (AMSAM-AC-LS-S / Elisa Boyers)
  reference DAAH01-01-T-0115.  ***See note 1*** 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Naval Inventory Control Point, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia,
  PA 19111- 5098
SUBJECT: 15--S3 WINDSHIELDS
SOL N00383-01-Y-2025
POC Contracting Officer Grace Soltis 215 697-2583; Division Chief
  Maria Allen 215 697-3334
DESC: Subject requirement N00383-01-Y-2025 is for Total Logistics
  Support for S3 windshields through the anticipated life of
  the S3 aircraft.  Left Hand Windshield 7R 1560-01-054-9512,
  (98897) Part Number 1215766-101 Right Hand Windshield 7R 1560-01-054-9513,
  (98897) Part Number 1215766-102   The Performance Based Logistics(PBL)
  contract will include a 3-year Base Period and up to 11 Option
  Years. Contractor will be responsible for supplying windshields,
  including repaired and/or new,right and left sides, in accordance
  with Lockheed Martin (98897) Performance Specifications. Design
  specification drawings are NOT available.   Contractor will
  be responsible for inventory management, material management
   transportation, warehousing, configuration management, and
  technical manuals Contractor will ship directly to the fleet.
  Quantities are Indefinite. Contractor shall provide quantities
  in accordance with actual demand. The solicitaton will include
  current demand projections to be used in developing ROM and
  formal proposal. Payment will be based on availability/fill
  rate guarantees.  An RFP will be released on or after 17
  JAN 01. Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) quote is due on or after
  8 FEB 01. RFP closing date remains to be determined. POC is
  Grace Soltis 0223.06, Contracting Officer (215) 697-2583 FAX
  3746 (email grace_r_soltis @icpphil.navy .mil), or 0223 Division
  Chief Maria Allen,(215) 697-3334.22,23,@@@  
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: grace_r_soltis@icpphil.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087F9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 15--FUSELAGE SECTION
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0169
DUE 012601
POC Patti Page, (256) 955-7725
DESC: SYNOPSIS: Request for Proposal (RFP) Number: DAAH23-01-P-0169;
  PRON: AX0C0415AX; NSN: 1560-01-233-0039; Quantity: 1 each,
  with 100 percent option quantities for two additional years;
  Part Number: 145SK237-1; Sole Source to Boeing Helicopter Division;
  Noun: Fuselage Section; NAICS Code: 336413; Closing Date: 2001
  January 26; Applicable to the CH-47 Aircraft. The closing date
  annotated is an estimate and may be adjusted dependent upon
  the date of release of the solicitation, however, solicitation
  will not close prior to the closing date stated above. Deliveries
  are FOB destination to Corpus Christi, TX. Point of Contact:
  Patti Page, Telefax: (256) 955-7725; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-C.
  To obtain this solicitation package, send a telefax to the
  person shown above, being sure to include company name, address,
  telephone number, and solicitation/RFP number. The only approved
  source is Boeing Helicopter Div. The data needed to acquire
  this part competitively is not physically available, it cannot
  be obtained economically, nor is it possible to draft adequate
  specifications or any other adequate, economical description
  of the material for a competitive solicitation. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer to be considered. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by submitting a source approval request (SAR) package to AMCOM,
  AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James Procyk, (256) 313-4907, Building 5681,
  Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000. Foreign firms are reminded
  that all requests for solicitation must be processed through
  their respective embassies. Adequate technical data is not
  available for this acquisition. See Numbered Notes 22, 23,
  and 26.
CITE: (W-348 SN508861)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--RADAR FREQUENCY INTERFEROMETER (RFI) PASSIVE RANGING
  DEMONSTRATION ON THE AH-64D LONGBOW ATTACK HELICOPTER
SOL DAAJ09-95-C-A001
DUE 122700
POC Marylee Svezia, 256-313-4048; Michael Bond, 256-313-4047
DESC: Note 22. This is a sole source requirement to the Boeing
  Company, McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company, dba McDonnell
  Douglas Helicopter Systems (MDHS), 5000 East McDowell Road,
  Mesa, AZ 85215-9797. This requirement is for the pilots, flight
  test engineering support and aircraft maintenance personnel
  for the Radar Frequency Interferometer passive ranging demonstration
  on the AH-64D Longbow Attack Helicopter.
EMAILADD: marylee.svezia@peoavn.redstone.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-347 SN5087F7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--STRUT, TAIL ROTOR
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0167
DUE 011901
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, AMSAM-AC-LS-A, Fax
  Number 256-955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX051092AX, NSN: 1615-01-183-6629, P/N: 7-311340185-11,
  Quantity: 51 each with 100% option for two years, applicable
  to the AH-64 Airframe. FOB DESTINATION to Texarkana, TX. Required
  delivery when First Article Test is applicable 15 each 360
  (DACA) Days After Contract Award and 15 each month thereafter
  until contract is complete. First Article Test Report due 228
  DACA. When First Article is not required 15 each 240 (DACA)
  Days After Contract Award and 15 each month thereafter until
  contract is complete. This item is restricted to McDonnell
  Douglas Helicopter Co., Mesa, AZ. "The closing date annotated
  is an estimated date and may be adjusted dependent upon the
  date of release of solicitation, however, solicitation will
  not close prior to the closing dated stated above." This part
  requires engineering source approval by the design control
  activity in order to maintain the quality of the part. Firms
  that recognize and can produce the required item described
  above are encouraged to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by accessing the website www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/and looking
  under SAR information. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer which shall be considered by the Agency. No telephone
  request will be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request
  ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-A, Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer,
  on FAX numbers 256-955-9220. NOTES: 22, 23 and 26 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Special Operations Command, Attn: AMSAM-AR-Z-A-K,
  Bldg 401, Lee Blvd., Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5577
SUBJECT: 16--UHF SATCOM ANTENNA
SOL USZA95-01-T-0012
DUE 122200
POC Shirley Powell, (757) 878-5223, X248
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation
  number for this requirement is USZA95-01-T-0012, and is issued
  as a Request For Quotation. The due date is December 22, 2000
  NLT 2:00PM est. The U.S. Special Operations Command, 160th
  SOAR, Ft. Campbell, KY has a requirement for 71 ea. UHF SATCOM
  Antennas with delivery of at least 10 ea. in January 2001 and
  the remainder delivered at a rate of ten per month thereafter
  until delivery of 71 is complete. Interested offerors shall
  download this solicitation, including delivery address and
  other pertinent information from the Interagency Business Opportunities
  Page (IBOP) website: https://abop.monmouth.army.mil. The IBOP
  Help Desk's phone number is: 1-888-414-2677. Contractors must
  be registered in IBOP in order to be able to submit a quote.
  Once registered, there is no requirement to register again.
  Quotations for this solicitation will be accepted via IBOP
  or by e-mail (if IBOP transmission is not available at the
  time the solicitation is due). The solicitation document, provisions,
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-20. The following provisions and clauses are applicable
  to this solicitation: 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors--Commercial;
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial
  Items (to be completed and submitted with offer); 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes
  Or Executive Orders--Commercial Items; and 252.212-7001, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes Or Executive
  Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items.
  The Defense Priorities and Allocations System assigned code
  is D0A1. The associated North American Industry Classification
  System Code (NAICS) is 336411. The point of contact for this
  acquisition is Ms. Shirley Powell, (757) 878-5223, x248, E-mail:
  spowell@tapo.eustis.army.mil.   
LINKURL: https://abop.monmouth.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: spowell@tapo.eustis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--SERVOCYLINDERS
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0056
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, AMSAM-AC-LS-A (256)
  955-9220
DESC: Correction: This action originally publicized in the CBD
  dated 11/14/00, part numbers and NSNs have been changed as
  follows:  PRON: AX0F5189AX, NSN: 1650-01-279-4701, P/N: 7-311820012-19
  is changed to NSN: 1650-01-477-0558, P/N: 308900-1029. PRON:
  AX0F5193AX, NSN: 1650-01-273-7608, P/N: 7-311820014-11 is changed
  to NSN: 1650-01-477-0560, P/N: 289400-1021. PRONs: AX9F5149AX
  and AX0F5230AX , NSN: 1650-01-273-7609, P/N: 7-311820012-13
   are changed to NSN: 1650-01-477-1796, P/N: 308900-1027. PRONs:
  AX9F5034AX and AX0F5191AX, NSN: 1650-01-279-4702, P/N: 7-311820014-13
  are changed to NSN: 1650-01-477-0561, P/N: 289400-1023. PRONs:
  AX9F5066AX and AX0F5231AX, NSN: 1650-01-273-7610, P/N: 7-311820011-17
  are changed to NSN: 1650-01-477-0559, P/N: 289300-1031. PRON:
  AX9F5148AX, NSN: 1650-01-279-4703, P/N: 7-311820011-1 is changed
  to NSN: 1650-01-477-0557, P/N: 289300-1033.  All other information
  publicized in the original synopsis is correct.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087T5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--HEAD, ROTARY WING
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0152
DUE 011401
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer Fax Number 256-955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX0F5251AX, NSN: 1615-01-307-0156, P/N: 7-311421036-13,
  Quantity: 23 each with 100% option for two years, applicable
  to the AH-64 Airframe. FOB DESTINATION to Texarkana, TX. Required
  delivery when First Article Test is applicable 5 each 555 (DACA)
  Days After Contract Award and 6 each month thereafter until
  contract is complete. First Article Test Report due 358 DACA.
  When First Article is not required 5 each 370 (DACA) Days After
  Contract Award and 6 each month thereafter until contract is
  complete. This item is restricted to McDonnell Douglas Helicopter
  Co., Mesa, AZ . "The closing date annotated is an estimated
  date and may be adjusted dependent upon the date of release
  of solicitation, however, solicitation will not close prior
  to the closing dated stated above." This part requires engineering
  source approval by the design control activity in order to
  maintain the quality of the part. Firms that recognize and
  can produce the required item described above are encouraged
  to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged to seek source
  approval in order to compete for future solicitations by accessing
  the website www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking under SAR
  information. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  shall be considered by the Agency. No telephone request will
  be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-A,
  Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, on FAX numbers 256-955-9220.
  NOTES: 22, 23 and 26. 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Z5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LUK, 226 Cochran Street, Robins Air Force Base
  GA 31098-1622
SUBJECT: 16--AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS & ACCESSORIES
SOL F09603-01-R-60763
POC Debbie Darsey/LUKA/(912) 926-2478; Fax (912) 926-3360
DESC: This requirement is for the purchase of a Satcom Antenna
  applicable to the MC-130E/H and AC-130H aircraft. NSN: 5985-01-374-4256SO;
  P/N: 19-440-10; DIM: 8'2" (H) X 15'9" (D). Material: Aluminum.
  The approximate issue/response date will be 3 Jan 2001. To:
  Chelton, Inc., Lewisville, TX. No telephone requests. Only
  written or faxed requests received directly from the requestor
  are acceptable. All responsible sources solicited may submit
  a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered. See
  Note(s): 22. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to
  the procurement described are incomplete or not available and
  cannot be furnished by the Government. All potential offerors
  should contact the buyer/PCO identified above for additional
  information and/or to communicate concerns, if any, concerning
  this acquisition. If your concerns are not satisfied by the
  Contracting Officer, an Ombudsman has been appointed to hear
  serious concerns that are not resolved through established
  channels. The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the
  authority of the program director or Contracting Officer, but
  communicate serious contractor concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals in the source selection process.
  When appropriate, potential offerors may contact Ombudsman,
  James Grant, Chief, Contract Policy Division, at (912) 926-2604.
  Please be prepared to identify previous contacts made by you
  in an attempt to resolve your concern. 
LINKURL: http://contracting.robins.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Debbie.Darsey@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508809)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 16--FILTER, SUPPRESSION
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0180
DUE 012601
POC Debra Scruggs, (256) 955-9237
DESC: SYNOPSIS: Request for Proposal (RFP) Number: DAAH23-01-R-0180;
  PRON: AX1F0071AX; NSN: 1650-01-138-6711; Quantity: 92 each
  (Min)/692 each (Max), First Year: 92 each, Years Two through
  Five: variable quantities of between 100 and 150 each; Part
  Number: 274041-3; Sole Source to Parker Hannifin Corporation;
  Noun: Cylinder, Actuating, Linear; NAICS Code: 336413; Closing
  Date: 2001 January 26; Applicable to the UH-60 Aircraft. The
  closing date annotated is an estimate and may be adjusted dependent
  upon the date of release for solicitation, however, solicitation
  will not close prior to the closing date stated above. Deliveries
  are FOB destination to New Cumberland, PA. Point of Contact:
  Debra Scruggs, Telefax: (256) 955-9237; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-C.
  To obtain this solicitation package, send a telefax to the
  person shown above, being sure to include company name, address,
  telephone number, and solicitation/RFP number. Only approved
  source is Parker Hannifin Corp. The rights to use the data
  needed to purchase this part from additional source(s) are
  not owned by the Government and cannot be purchased, developed,
  or otherwise obtained. It is uneconomical to reverse engineer
  this part. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  will be considered. Firms are encouraged to seek source approval
  in order to compete for future solicitations by submitting
  a source approval request (SAR) package to AMCOM, AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James
  Procyk, (256) 313-4907, Building 5681, Redstone Arsenal, AL
  35898-5000. Foreign firms are reminded that all requests for
  solicitation must be processed through their respective embassies.
  Adequate technical data is not available for this acquisition.
  See Numbered Notes 22, 23, and 26.
CITE: (W-348 SN508852)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Special Operations Command, Attn: AMSAM-AR-Z-A-K,
  Bldg 401, Lee Blvd., Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5577
SUBJECT: 16--EMBEDDED GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM/INERTIAL NAVIATION
  SYSTEM
SOL USZA95-01-R-0009
DUE 012201
POC Sharon R. Gayle, 757-878-5223 X-246/Contracting Officer,
  Richard Cooney, 757-878-5223 X-251
DESC: The proposed Government Embedded Global Positioning System/Inertial
  Naviation System (EGI) program schedule is as follows: Pre
  Production EGI - Five (5) units, deliver in March 2001; Full
  Production EGI - Forty Six (46) units, delivery begins in June
  2001, delivery seven (7) units monthly or as required; and
  Follow-on Production EGI - One Hundred Ninety Nine (199) units,
  delivered upon request. All responsible sources may submit
  a proposal that shall be considered by the agency. The solicitation
  will be available via EDI in the Interagency business Opportunities
  Page (IBOP) website: https:abop.monmouth.army.mil. Any contractor
  must register in IBOP in order to be able to submit a proposal.
  Once registered, there is no requirement to register again.
  Proposals for this solicitation will only be accepted through
  IBOP. See Numbered Note 22. 
EMAILADD: sgayle@tapo.eustis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508867)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--WHEEL LANDING GEAR
SOL F42630-01-Q-21410
DUE 012201
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1630-00-888-9612 P/N: 216A434-1, P/N 3-933OPT1
  Wheel assy MLG 18" X 4.4". Made of magnesium. Used to provide
  means for acft mobility during ground opr. Facilitates all
  movement of acft during ground operation. 50EA. Applicable
  to: T-38 Acft. Destn: Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825. Delivery:30
  May 2001 50 ea The approximate issue/response date will be
  02 JAN 2001. The anticipated award date will be 22 Jan 2001.
  Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation. See
  our Web page. To: B F Goodrich, Cleveland Oh 44105-2054. To:
  Jay-Em Aerospace, Cuyahoga Falls Oh 44223-2627. It is suggested
  that small business firms or others interested in subcontracting
  opportunities in connection with the described procurement
  make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications, plans,
  or drawings relating to the procurement described are incomplete
  or not available and cannot be furnished by the Government.
  An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors
  or potential offerors during the proposal development phase
  of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to
  diminish the authority of the program director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the source selection process.
  Interested parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your
  concerns are not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991.
  ATTENTION: Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor
  Registration to be eligible for contact award or payment from
  any DOD activity. Information on registration and annual confirmation
  requirements may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or
  via the Internet at http://www.ccr2000.com The Government does
  not own the data or the rights to the data needed to purchase
  this part from additional sources. It has been determined to
  be uneconomical to buy the data or rights to the data. It is
  uneconomical to reverse engineer the part.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508890)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--LANDING GEAR PISTON
SOL F42630-01-Q-23603
DUE 012201
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1620-01-252-3344 P/N: 2007101-103, Piston
  assy, inner mlg shock strut approximately 3 3/4 in. O.d. X
  23 In. Long. made of 300m steel per Mil-s-8844 class 3. Function-inner
  piston assy for mlg shock strut. Nha NSN 1620012521051 nha
  noun shock strut mlg nha p/n 2007100 -103 end item F-16 T.o.
  4s1-115-4 7EA. Applicable to: F16 H/W. Destn: Hill Air Force
  Base, Ut 84056-5825. Delivery:28 Jun 2002 7 ea Item 0002 data,
  1 lot Qualification requirements: Sources must be qualified
  prior to being considered for award. The solicitation will
  contain instructions for obtaining further information on this
  requirement. The requirements of FAR 9.202(A) have been completed
  and copies of the qualification requirements and standards
  may be obtained as described in the solicitation. These qualification
  requirements apply to line item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response
  date will be 02 JAN 2001. The anticipated award date will be
  22 Jan 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  See our Web page. To: Sp Aerospace & Vehicle Systems B.V.,
  Geldrop Nl. To: B F Goodrich, Cleveland Oh 44105-2054. To:
  Cagas Precision & Research Corp, Bedford Va 24523-3685. To:
  Special Projects MF Co, Fort Worth TX. To: Heroux Inc, Quebec
  Canada J4h-3n2 Ca. First article test required. Award will
  be made only if the offeror, the product/service, or the manufacturer
  meets qualification requirements at the time of award in accordance
  with FAR clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office
  where additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  requirements is cited in each individual solicitation. It is
  suggested that small business firms or others interested in
  subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal development phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, but to communicate
  contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Interested
  parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are
  not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION:
  Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor Registration
  to be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com This part required engineering source
  approval by the design control activity in order to maintain
  the quality of the part. Existing unique design capability,
  engineering skills, and manufacturing knowledge by the qualified
  source(s) require acquisition of the part from the approved
  source(s). The approved source(s) retain data rights, manufacturing
  knowledge, or technical data that are not economically available
  to the Government, and the data or knowledge is essential to
  maintaining the quality of the part. An alternate source must
  qualify in accordance with the design control activity's procedures,
  as approved by the cognizant Government engineering activity.
  The qualification procedures must be approved by the Government
  engineering activity having jurisdiction over the part in the
  intended application.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508891)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--COLLAR ASSEMBLY
SOL F42630-01-Q-23604
DUE 012201
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1620-01-252-4043 P/N: 2007618-103, Collar
  assy, NLG shock strut. Made of 300M steel per MIL-S-8844 class
  3. Approx 6" X 3". 9EA. Applicable to: F16 H/W. Destn: Hill
  Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825. Delivery:28 Jun 2002 9 ea Item
  0002 data, 1 lot Qualification requirements: Sources must be
  qualified prior to being considered for award. The solicitation
  will contain instructions for obtaining further information
  on this requirement. The requirements of FAR 9.202(A) have
  been completed and copies of the qualification requirements
  and standards may be obtained as described in the solicitation.
  These qualification requirements apply to line item(s) 0001
  The approximate issue/response date will be 02 JAN 2001. The
  anticipated award date will be 22 Jan 2001. Electronic procedure
  will be used for this solicitation. See our Web page. To: Sp
  Aerospace & Vehicle Systems B.V., Geldrop Nl. To: B F Goodrich,
  Cleveland Oh 44105-2054. To: Canadian Commercial Corporation,
  Ontario K1a 0s6 Ca S. To: Special Projects MF Co, Fort Worth
  TX. To: Heroux Inc, Quebec Canada J4h-3n2 Ca. First article
  test required. Award will be made only if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer meets qualification requirements
  at the time of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1.
  The solicitation identifies the office where additional information
  can be obtained concerning qualification requirements is cited
  in each individual solicitation. It is suggested that small
  business firms or others interested in subcontracting opportunities
  in connection with the described procurement make contact with
  the firm(s) listed. An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear
  concerns from offerors or potential offerors during the proposal
  development phase of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman
  is not to diminish the authority of the program director or
  contracting officer, but to communicate contractor, concerns,
  issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate
  government personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain
  strict confidentiality as to the source of the concern. The
  Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation of proposals
  or in the source selection process. Interested parties are
  invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are not satisfied
  by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION: Contractor
  must be registered with Central Contractor Registration to
  be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com This part required engineering source
  approval by the design control activity in order to maintain
  the quality of the part. Existing unique design capability,
  engineering skills, and manufacturing knowledge by the qualified
  source(s) require acquisition of the part from the approved
  source(s). The approved source(s) retain data rights, manufacturing
  knowledge, or technical data that are not economically available
  to the Government, and the data or knowledge is essential to
  maintaining the quality of the part. An alternate source must
  qualify in accordance with the design control activity's procedures,
  as approved by the cognizant Government engineering activity.
  The qualification procedures must be approved by the Government
  engineering activity having jurisdiction over the part in the
  intended application.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508892)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--COLLAR ASSY
SOL F42630-01-R-23618
DUE 020101
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1620-01-030-7948 P/N: HP1118660-3, Function:
  aids in the steering function of the A10 acft. Material: aluminum/
  steel. NHA: NLG shock strut, NHA P/N: 18775-15 T.O. 4S2-77-3
  Fig i-1/2-4.od 9" X 3.5" APR 32EA. Applicable to: A-10 N.L.G..
  Destn: Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825. Delivery:28 Jun
  2002 4 ea 30 Sep 2002 2 ea 30 Dec 2002 10 ea 28 Mar 2003 10
  ea 30 Jun 2003 6 ea The approximate issue/response date will
  be 02 JAN 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this
  solicitation. See our Web page. To: Tactair Fluid Controls,
  Liverpool Ny 13088-0000. It is suggested that small business
  firms or others interested in subcontracting opportunities
  in connection with the described procurement make contact with
  the firm(s) listed. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating
  to the procurement described are incomplete or not available
  and cannot be furnished by the Government. An Ombudsman has
  been appointed to hear concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal development phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, but to communicate
  contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Interested
  parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are
  not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION:
  Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor Registration
  to be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com The Government does not own the data
  or the rights to the data needed to purchase this part from
  additional sources. It has been determined to be uneconomical
  to buy the data or rights to the data. It is uneconomical to
  reverse engineer the part.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508893)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--BRAKE HOUSING
SOL F42630-01-R-23621
DUE 020101
POC Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314, For additional information
  contact Wheels, Brakes/Likw/[801]777-6314
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 1630-00-937-6604 P/N: 250A605-1, P/N 9543433
  This item is used on the C130 acft. It is the brake housing
  for the MLG brake. Material: aluminum. Dimensions: 18.25"dia
  X 1.75"width. Weight 22 lbs. 74ea. Applicable to: C130 Acft.
  Destn: Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825. Delivery:30 Sep
  2002 51 ea 28 Jun 2002 7 ea 30 Dec 2002 8 ea 30 Sep 2002 2
  ea 29 Mar 2002 6 ea The approximate issue/response date will
  be 02 JAN 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this
  solicitation. See our Web page. To: Aircraft Braking Systems
  Corp, Akron Oh 44306-4186. To: Jay-Em Aerospace, Cuyahoga Falls
  Oh 44223-2627. It is suggested that small business firms or
  others interested in subcontracting opportunities in connection
  with the described procurement make contact with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are incomplete or not available and cannot
  be furnished by the Government. An Ombudsman has been appointed
  to hear concerns from offerors or potential offerors during
  the proposal development phase of this acquisition. The purpose
  of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority of the program
  director or contracting officer, but to communicate contractor,
  concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the
  appropriate government personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source of the
  concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Interested
  parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are
  not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION:
  Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor Registration
  to be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com The Government does not own the data
  or the rights to the data needed to purchase this part from
  additional sources. It has been determined to be uneconomical
  to buy the data or rights to the data. It is uneconomical to
  reverse engineer the part.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Dennis.Price@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-348 SN508894)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 17--TRAILER, AIRCRAFT, TR
SOL DAAH23-01-Q-0191
DUE 011800
POC Patti Page, Contracting Officer, FAX 256-955-7725
DESC: NSN: 1740-01-127-2322, Pron: AX050996AX Solicitation No.:
  DAAH23-01-Q-0191, Quantity: 29 each applicable to the CH-47
  Aircraft. F.O.B. Destination with deliveries to Texarkana,
  TX. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which will
  be considered. Required delivery schedule with First Article
  Testing is 29 each, 190 days after contract award (DACA). First
  Article Test Report is due 208 DACA. Required delivery without
  First Article Testing 220 days. The Government has rights to
  the technical data, the data package is complete, and there
  are no technical data, engineering, tooling or manufacturing
  restrictions. All responsible sources may submit an offer,
  which will be considered. Firms are encouraged to seek source
  approval in order to compete for future solicitations by submitting
  a source approval request (SAR)package to AMCOM, AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James
  Procyk, 256-313-4907, Building 5681, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000.
  This is 100% Small Business Set-Aside. This requirement is
  currently unfunded. Award will be withheld pending receipt
  of sufficient funds. No telephone request will be accepted.
  You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LA-C, Patti
  W. Page, Contracting Officer, on FAX numbers 256-955-7725.
  NOTES: 22,23 and 26  
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q0)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 17--TRAILER, AIRCRAFT, TR
SOL DAAH23-01-Q-0210
DUE 011800
POC Patti Page, Contracting Officer, FAX 256-955-9237
DESC: NSN: 1740-01-127-2323, Pron: AX0C0392X Solicitation No.:
  DAAH23-01-Q-0210, Quantity: 22 each applicable to the CH-47
  Aircraft. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to Texarkana, TX. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer, which will be considered.
  Required delivery schedule with First Article Testing is 22
  each, 210 days after contract award (DACA). First Article Test
  Report is due 228 DACA. Required delivery without First Article
  Testing 240 days. The Government has rights to the technical
  data, the data package is complete, and there are no technical
  data, engineering, tooling or manufacturing restrictions. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer, which will be considered.
  Firms are encouraged to seek source approval in order to compete
  for future solicitations by submitting a source approval request
  (SAR)package to AMCOM, AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James Procyk, 256-313-4907,
  Building 5681, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000. This is 100%
  Small Business Set-Aside. This requirement is currently unfunded.
  Award will be withheld pending receipt of sufficient funds.
  No telephone request will be accepted. You may FAX or mail
  your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LA-C, Patti W. Page, Contracting
  Officer, on FAX numbers 256-955-7725. NOTES: 23 and 26  
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: 17--CYLINDER ACCUMULATOR ASSEMBLY
SOL N68335-01-R-0288
POC Joe Bolmarcich, Contract Specialist, 732-323-2533
DESC: This notice is an amendment to a previous notice (please
  see submission no. 5086V4, dated December 12, 2000). This procurement
  is NO longer Set-Aside 100% for small business concerns. It
  shall be solicited under full and open competition. Responses
  should referense N68335-01-R-0288. Please see previous CBD
  announcement (submission no. 5086V4) for more details. 
EMAILADD: BolmarcichJ@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508823)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department Of Transportation Maritime Adminisitration
  400 7th St., SW Rm. 7310, Mar-380 Washington, DC 20590
SUBJECT: 19--SHIP DISPOSAL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE RESERVE FLEET
  VESSELS (NDRF)
SOL NA
DUE 021501
POC Contract Specialist, Rilla Gaither, 202-366-1942/Contracting
  Officer, Iris Cooper, 202-366-9081
DESC: This announcement is a modification to Submission No. 508408.
  This modification amends the web site address listed at the
  bottom of the notification. The new web site address to provide
  comments is Http://www.marad.dot.gov/acquisition/index.html
  and will be available after December 15, 2000. This announcement
  should now read - This announcment is for planning purposes
  only. In accordance with the provisions of the Floyd D. Spence
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001 (Act)
  the Maritime Administration (MARAD) intends to establish a
  long term ship scrapping/disposal program to dispose of obsolete
  National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF) Vessels. The Act identifies
  thirty-nine (39) priority vessels slated for disposal, the
  majority of which are located in the James River Reserve Fleet,
  Norfolk, VA. MARAD intends to release a draft Request for Proposals
  (RFP) during the 2nd quarter of Fiscal Year 2001. MARAD invites
  industry comments for consideration in the formulation of the
  draft RFP. To further assist industry in providing recommendations
  and comments, MARAD intends to organize site visits to the
  fleet to afford interested parties the opportunity to view
  the vessels. Notification of scheduled site visits will be
  provided at a later date. A copy of the Act has been posted
  to MARAD's Website and is available at http://www.marad.dot.gov.
  After December 15, 2000, comments may be posted to MARAD's
  Website at http://www.marad.dot.gov/acquisition/index.html
  through 4 pm EST on February 15, 2001.
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508864)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 600 M.L. King, Jr. Pl.,
  Rm 821, Louisville, KY 40202-2230
SUBJECT: 20--WIRE ROPE TO BE DELIVERED TO LOUISVILLE REPAIR STATION
SOL DACW27-01-B-0003
DUE 010301
POC Barbara Rich, Contracting POC, (502) 315-6182, Kevin Vessels,
  Technical POC, (502) 315-6705
DESC: EXTENSION OF BID OPENING DATE: This modification changes
  the Bid Opening Date for Solicitation DACW27-01-B-0003 to 3
  January 2001 at 2:00 pm. 
EMAILADD: barbara.j.rich@lrl02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 25--MOTOR, HYDRAULIC
SOL SP0750-01-R-1075
DUE 020501
POC For Information Only: Carol L. Black/(614) 692-1346; FAX:
  (614) 693-1577
DESC: DESCRIPTION: Motor, Hydraulic, NSN 2540-01-367-7589, YPC00339001023,
  made in accordance with Army drawing (19200) 12553289 and all
  current related data. Quantity of 27 each to be delivered to
  New Cumberland PA, (12 each) and Stockton CA (15 each). Delivery
  will be within 390 days after date of award including the First
  Article Test which consists of one unit within 180 days. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be considered.
  See Note 26. This solicitation is an RFP and will be available
  on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp on its issue
  date of January 5, 2001. Hard copies of this solicitation are
  not available. Drawings are posted with the solicitation on
  the DSCC solicitation web-site. If the drawings are not posted
  with the solicitation, see Clause L07 - Availability of Drawings
  for information on how to obtain the drawings. FEDERAL, MILITARY
  AND COMMERCIAL SPECIFICATIONS CANNOT BE PROVIDED BY DSCC. Proposed
  procurement contains a 100 % option for increased quantities.
  This is an unrestricted acquisition. While price may be a significant
  factor in the evaluation of offers, the final award decision
  will be based upon a combination of price, delivery, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  Automated Best Value System applies
LINKURL: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 28--BLADE,TURBINE,ROTOR
SOL N0038301QM095
DUE 012201
POC Contact Point, Charles J Farrell, 0232.03, (215)697-2572,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-2840-00-804-3953-EQ, Ref Nr 37E500147P101, Qty 1656
  EA, Delivery FOB Origin-- The subject item requires Government
  source approval prior to contract award, as the item is flight
  critical and/or the technical data available has not been determined
  adequate to support acquisition via full and open competition.
  Only the source(s) previously approved by the government for
  this item have been solicited. The time required for approval
  of a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". . NO drawings.
  Navy source approval procedures apply. Flight critical item.,
  See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 28--CASE,AFTERBURNER
SOL N0038301X0866
DUE 011201
POC Contact Point, Charles J Farrell, 0232.03, (215)697-2572,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-2840-01-142-8815-TN, Ref Nr 6045T38G03, Qty 12 EA,
  Delivery FOB Origin, RFQ N0038301X0866, Approx Due Date O/A
  Jan 12 01-- The subject item requires Government source approval
  prior to contract award, as the item is flight critical and/or
  the technical data available has not been determined adequate
  to support acquisition via full and open competition. Only
  the source(s) previously approved by the government for this
  item have been solicited. The time required for approval of
  a new source is normally such that award cannot be delayed
  pending approval of a new source. If you are not an approved
  source you must submit, together with your proposal, the information
  detailed in the "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/sabs/sas/sascover.htm"
  U.S. Navy Aviation Supply Office Source Approval Information
  Brochure. This brochure identifies technical data required
  to be submitted based on your company's experience in production
  of the same or similiar item, or if this is an item you have
  never made. This brochure can be obtained by calling NAVICP-P
  at (215) 697- 4243. If your request for source approval is
  currently being evaluated at NAVICP-P, submit with your offer
  a copy of the cover letter which forwarded your request for
  source approval. Offers received which fail to provide all
  data required by the Source Approval Brochure or document previous
  submission of all data required by the Source Approval Brochure
  will not be considered for award under this solicitation. Please
  note, if evaluation of a source approval request submitted
  hereunder cannot be processed in time and/ or approval requirements
  preclude the ability to obtain subject items in time to meet
  government requirements, award of the subject requirement may
  continue based on Fleet support needs. The NAVICP Commercial
  Item Identification Brochure is now available at: "a href=http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/073home.htm"
  "http://www.navicp.navy.mil/07/home073.htm". . NO drawings.Flight
  Critical item-Navy source approval procedures apply, See Note
  22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: 28--DISK COMPRESSOR
SOL M00146-01-Q-N061
DUE 011201
POC Debora Berget, Contract Specialist, 252-466-7766/Fax 252-466-8492

DESC: The Naval Aviation Depot located at the Marine Corps Air
  Station, Cherry Point, NC has submitted a procurement request
  for 3 each disk, compressor, NSN 2840-00-728-3410, P/N 107R964P3,
  manufactured by General Electric Co., cage code 07482. Next
  higher assembly is a jet engine rotor compressor. Delivery
  will be made to: NADEP Receiving Officer, Cherry Point, NC.
  The North American Industry Classification System code is 336412
  with a small business size standard of 1000. Note: There are
  no drawings available. No phone requests. Only written or faxed
  requests directly from requestor will be acceptable. Fax request
  to 252-466-8492. All responsible sources may submit a bid,
  proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by this agency.
  As of 31 May 1999, all Contractors must be registered in the
  Central Registration (CCR) Database as a condition of contract
  award. Contractors may register in the CCR through the World
  Wide Web at www.ccr2000.com or http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec or
  call the DOD Electronic Commerce Information Center at 1-800-334-3414.
  See note 26. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508875)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: 28--DISK COMPRESSOR
SOL M00146-01-Q-N062
DUE 011201
POC Debora Berget, Contract Specialist, 252-466-7766/Fax 252-466-8492
DESC: The Naval Aviation Depot located at the Marine Corps Air
  Station, Cherry Point, NC has submitted a procurement request
  for 5 each disk, compressor, NSN 2840-00-798-7930, P/N 108R748P2,
  manufactured by General Electric Co., cage code 07482. Next
  higher assembly is a jet engine rotor compressor. Delivery
  will be made to: NADEP Receiving Officer, Cherry Point, NC.
  The North American Industry Classification System code is 336412
  with a small business size standard of 1000. Note: There are
  no drawings available. No phone requests. Only written or faxed
  requests directly from requestor will be acceptable. Fax request
  to 252-466-8492. All responsible sources may submit a bid,
  proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by this agency.
  As of 31 May 1999, all Contractors must be registered in the
  Central Registration (CCR) Database as a condition of contract
  award. Contractors may register in the CCR through the World
  Wide Web at www.ccr2000.com or http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec or
  call the DOD Electronic Commerce Information Center at 1-800-334-3414.
  See note 26. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508879)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 28--BAFFLE, AIRFLOW
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0070
DUE 012900
POC Debra Scruggs, Contracting Officer, FAX 2560955-9237
DESC: NSN: 2810-01-233-8463 PN: 703008=03801-125, PRON: AX1F0067AX,
  Solicitation No.: DAAH23-01-Q-0077, Quantity: 20 each, applicable
  to the UH-60 Helicopter. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to Texarkana,
  TX 75507-5000. The approved sources are: Sikorsky Aircraft
  Corp(78286), General Electric Co(99207). This part must be
  acquired from a manufacturing source(s) specified on a source
  control or selected item drawing as defined by the current
  version of DOD-STD-100. Firms that recognize and can produce
  the required item described above are encouraged to identify
  themselves. Firms are encouraged to seek source approval in
  order to compete for future solicitations by accessing the
  website www.redstone.army.mil/com/ and looking under (SAR)
  information. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which
  will be considered. The closing date annoted is an estimated
  date and may be adjusted dependent upon the date of release
  for solicitation; however, solicitation will not close prior
  to the date in Block 10. Foreign Firms are reminded that all
  requests for solicitation must be processed through their respective
  embassies. No phone requests will be accepted. You may FAX
  or mail your request, referencing DAAH23-R-0077. ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-C,
  Pam Myers, Contracting Officer, on FAX numbers 256-955-9237.
   NOTES: 23 and 26  
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 29--COVER ASSEMBLY
SOL SPO480-01-Q-7110
DUE 011901
POC John Long (804)279-5568ext2209 Fax (804)279-4722
DESC: NSN: 2925-00-016-1054, P/N 664410 Rev E' , PR No. ARG00294CH5020.
  Solicitation is for an Indefinite Delivery Purchase Order with
  Four optional One year periods, or until the aggregate amount
  of $100,000.00 is reached, whichever comes first. The estimated
  annual quantity is 100 with a guaranteed minimum quantity of
  25 each. Inspection/Acceptance point: Origin. Critical Application
  item. Quantity variance is plus or minus 5%. There are two
  (2) approved sources of supply: Allied Signal Inc. Cage 59364,
  and Malones CNC Machining Cage 2V045. Solicitation will be
  issued on an Unrestricted Basis, Under Other than full and
  open competition procedures. Commercial Notice (notice 26)
  the Governments required delivery schedule is 60/30 (Stock/DVD)
  days ARO. Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are not available and cannot be furnished
  by the Government.
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jlong@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087O0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 29--FILTER ELEMENT, INTAKE AIR CLEANER
SOL SP075001R1065
DUE 020201
POC Toni Angle, Telephone Number: (614)692-4739, Fax Number:
  (614)693-1573.
DESC: NSN 2940-01-291-5893, Filter Element, Air Intake. This
  drawing is source controlled with 1 approved source - Donaldson
  Co Inc (18265) P/N: P52-2775. Offers based on supplying other
  manufacturer's parts shall be accompanied by technical and
  other data sufficient to evaluate the item for the intended
  application as per the cited drawings. Said evaluation may
  take an extended period of time and may therefore be applicable
  to future procurements. Final approval authority rests with
  the source control activity. Qty: 942 each with 100% option
  available. Delivery: 120 days ARO. Destinations: 307 each to
  be delivered to Texarkana, TX 75507-5000; 255 each to be delivered
  to Tracy, CA 95376-5000; and 380 each to be delivered to New
  Cumberland, PA 17070. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer/quote which shall be considered. See Note(s): 1 and 26.
  This solicitation is an RFP or IFB and will be available on
  the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp on its issue
  date of Jan 03 2001. Hard copies of this solicitation are not
  available. The Small Business size standard is 750 employees.
  Drawings are posted with the solicitation on the DSCC solicitation
  web-site. If the drawings are not posted with the solicitation,
  see Clause L07 - Availability of Drawings for information on
  how to obtain the drawings. FEDERAL, MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL
  SPECIFICATIONS CANNOT BE PROVIDED BY DSCC. Proposed procurement
  contains a 100% option for increased quantities. While price
  may be a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, the
  final award decision will be based upon a combination of price,
  delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors as
  described in the solicitation. Various Increments Solicited:
   FROM: 001 TO: 235 236 TO: 471 472 TO: 706 707 TO: 942 
LINKURL: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfq
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: 29--LEVER ASSEMBLY 
SOL M00146-01-Q-N063
DUE 011201
POC Debora Berget, Contract Specialist, 252-466-7766/Fax 252-466-8492
DESC: The Naval Aviation Depot located at the Marine Corps Air
  Station, Cherry Point, NC has submitted a procurement request
  for 37 each lever assemblies, NSN 2915-00-724-1804, P/N 2523613,
  manufactured by Honeywell International, Inc., cage codes 06848,
  55284 & 59501. Next higher assembly is a fuel control, NSN
  2915-01-102-5001. Delivery will be made to: NADEP Receiving
  Officer, Cherry Point, NC. The North American Industry Classification
  System code is 336412 with a small business size standard of
  1000. Note: There are no drawings available. No phone requests.
  Only written or faxed requests directly from requestor will
  be acceptable. Fax request to 252-466-8492. All responsible
  sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation, which shall
  be considered by this agency. As of 31 May 1999, all Contractors
  must be registered in the Central Registration (CCR) Database
  as a condition of contract award. Contractors may register
  in the CCR through the World Wide Web at www.ccr2000.com or
  http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec or call the DOD Electronic Commerce
  Information Center at 1-800-334-3414. See note 26. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508882)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 30--CONNECTING LINK, RIGID
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0178
DUE 012601
POC Debra Scruggs, (256) 955-9237
DESC: SYNOPSIS: Request for Proposal (RFP) Number: DAAH23-01-R-0178;
  PRON: AX0F0329AX; NSN: 3040-01-287-2438; Quantity: 445 each
  (Min)/1141 each (Max), First Year: 445 each, Second Year: 174
  each, Third Year: 174 each, Fourth Year: 174 each, Fifth Year:
  174 each; Part Number: 70400-08151-061; Restricted to Sikorsky
  Aircraft Corp., and The Purdy Corporation; Noun: Connecting
  Link, Rigid; NAICS Code: 333613; Closing Date: 2001 January
  26; Applicable to the UH-60 Aircraft. The closing date annotated
  is an estimate and may be adjusted dependent upon the date
  of release for solicitation, however, solicitation will not
  close prior to the closing date stated above. Deliveries are
  FOB destination to Texarkana, TX. Required delivery with First
  Article Testing (FAT) is 75 each 250 days after contract award
  (DACA), and 75 each per month thereafter until delivery is
  complete. First Article Test Report (FATR) is due 188 DACA.
  Required delivery without FAT is 75 each 200 DACA, and 75 each
  per month thereafter until delivery is complete. Point of Contact:
  Debra Scruggs, Telefax: (256) 955-9237; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-C.
  To obtain this solicitation package, send a telefax to the
  person shown above, being sure to include company name, address,
  telephone number, and solicitation/RFP number. Only approved
  sources are Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., and The Purdy Corporation.
  This part requires engineering source approval by the design
  control activity in order to maintain the quality of the part.
  Existing unique design capability, engineering skills, and
  manufacturing knowledge by the qualified source(s) require
  acquisition of the part from the approved source(s). The approved
  source(s) retain data rights, manufacturing knowledge, or technical
  data that are not economically available to the Government,
  and the data or knowledge is essential to maintaining the quality
  of the part. All responsible sources may submit an offer to
  be considered. Firms are encouraged to seek source approval
  in order to compete for future solicitations by submitting
  a source approval request (SAR) package to AMCOM, AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James
  Procyk, (256) 313-4907, Building 5681, Redstone Arsenal, AL
  35898-5000. Item Number 0001AA requires two bids, (1) Bid A,
  with First Article Test (FAT), and (2) Bid B, No FAT required.
  Foreign firms are reminded that all requests for solicitation
  must be processed through their respective embassies. See Numbered
  Notes 23, and 26.
CITE: (W-348 SN508847)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 30--CONNECTING LINK, RIGID
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0139
DUE 012601
POC Debra Scruggs, (256) 955-9237
DESC: SYNOPSIS: Request for Proposal (RFP) Number: DAAH23-01-R-0139;
  PRON: AX0F0317AX; NSN: 3040-01-159-4611; Quantity: 180 each
  (Min)/704 each (Max), First Year: 180 each, Years 2 through
  5: variable quantities of between 96 and 131 each; Part Number:
  70400-02258-048; Sole Source to Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation;
  Noun: Connecting Link, Rigid; NAICS Code: 333613; Closing Date:
  2001 January 26; Applicable to the UH-60 Aircraft. The closing
  date annotated is an estimate and may be adjusted dependent
  upon the date of release for solicitation, however, solicitation
  will not close prior to the closing date stated above. Deliveries
  are FOB destination to Texarkana, TX. Point of Contact: Debra
  Scruggs, Telefax: (256) 955-9237; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-C. To
  obtain this solicitation package, send a telefax to the person
  shown above, being sure to include company name, address, telephone
  number, and solicitation/RFP number. Only approved source is
  Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. This part requires engineering source
  approval by the design control activity in order to maintain
  the quality of the part. Existing unique design capability,
  engineering skills, and manufacturing knowledge by the qualified
  source(s) require acquisition of the part from the approved
  source(s). The approved source(s) retain data rights, manufacturing
  knowledge, or technical data that are not economically available
  to the Government, and the data or knowledge is essential to
  maintaining the quality of the part. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer to be considered. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by submitting a source approval request (SAR) package to AMCOM,
  AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James Procyk, (256) 313-4907, Building 5681,
  Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000. Foreign firms are reminded
  that all requests for solicitation must be processed through
  their respective embassies. Adequate technical data is not
  available for this acquisition. See Numbered Notes 22, 23,
  and 26.
CITE: (W-348 SN508859)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--GEAR, SPUR
SOL SP0740-01-R-5088
DUE 020301
POC Diane Weicksel/DSCC-ABB/(614) 692-3654/FAX (614) 693-1678
DESC: Refer to notes 1, 12, and 26. This is an RFP for the following
  nsns: 3020-00-735-9657 3020-01-183-4751 3020-00-319-2706
   3020-01-198-2117 3020-00-735-9659 The items are gear spurs;
  pr: IQC00339000001; solicitation: SP0740-01-R-5088; The solicitation
  will be a written RFP for an indefinite quantity contract for
  five years. There will be a base year and four option years.
  The solicitation is 100% set-aside for small business. The
  total base year quantity is 612 each and the total annual demand
  value is $163,686.88 with a grand total of $818,434.40 for
  the five years. The NAICS code is 336411 and the size is 500.
  The issue date is 01/03/01 and the closing date is 02/03/01.
  There is no data available. Various quantities will be delivered
  to various locations. The proposed procurement will be an indefinite
  quantity contract and will contain an option to extend the
  contract period one or more times at the discretion of the
  Government. The total contract period shall not exceed five
  years. While price may be a significant factor in the evaluation
  of offers, the final award decision will be based upon a combination
  of price, delivery, past performance, and other evaluation
  factors as described in the solicitation. This notice serves
  as a pre-solicitation notice of the intent to solicit the nsn
  for an indefinite quantity contract with one base year and
  four option years. Copies of this solicitation are available
  on the DSCC website at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp on the
  issue date of the solicitation. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508863)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--GEARSHAFT, SPUR
SOL SP0740-01-R-5097
DUE 011801
POC For Information Only, Connie Giggi, Phone 614-692-4719, Fax
  614-693-1622
DESC: NSN: 3040-00-461-9795 Gearshaft, Spur. Approved source
  is: Parker Hannifin Corp (93835) P/N 215661. Qty 170 ea to
  be delivered to W62G2T Stockton CA 330 days after date of award.
  ALL RESPONSIBLE SOURCES MAY SUBMIT AN OFFER/QUOTE WHICH SHALL
  BE CONSIDERED. **SEE NOTES 12 AND 26 ** This solicitation is
  an RFP or IFB and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp/
  on its issue date of 01/04/01. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. Specifications, plans or drawings are not
  available. Proposed procurement contains a 100% option for
  increased quantities. This is an unrestricted acquisition.
  It is anticipated that award will be made via a delivery order
  to an existing basic ordering agreement. While price may be
  a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, the final
  award decision will be based upon a combination of price, delivery,
  past performance and other evaluation factors as described
  in the solicitation. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508868)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 30--CONNECTING LINK, RIG
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0195
DUE 010501
POC Roberta Bodine, Contracting Officer, FAX (256) 955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX148754AX, NSN: 3040-01-285-6331, APN: 289430-103,
  Quantity: 13 each, plus two option year, 100% each year, applicable
  to AH-64 Airframe. F.O.B. Destination with delivery to New
  Cumberland, PA and Texarkana, TX 75507-5000. This item is restricted
  to Parker Hannifin Corporation, Control Systems Division, 14300
  Alton Parkway, Irvine, CA 92618-1814. All offerors must meet
  prequalification requirements in order to be eligible for award.
  The rights to use the data needed to purchase this part from
  additional source(s) is not owned by the Government and cannot
  be purchased, developed or otherwise obtained. Firms that recognize
  and can produce the required item described above are encouraged
  to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged to seek source
  approval in order to compete for future solicitations by accessing
  the website www.Redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking under SAR
  information. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  shall be considered by the Agency. Foreign Firms are reminded
  that all requests for solicitation must be processed through
  their respective embassies. The closing date annotated is an
  estimated date and may be adjusted dependent upon the date
  of release of solicitation; however, solicitation will not
  close prior to the closing date stated above. No telephone
  request will be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request
  ATTN: Roberta Bodine, Contracting Officer, FAX (256) 955-9220.
  Notes: 22, 23 and 26
CITE: (W-348 SN5088A8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, BALL, ANNULAR
SOL DAAH23-01-T-0021
DUE 010501
POC Elisa Boyer, Contracting Officer, FAX (256) 955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX148781AX, NSN: 3110-00-580-3254, APN: 1-300-004
  (-01-,-04,-05), Quantity: 410 each, applicable to UH-1/AH-1/OV-1
  (T53) Turbine Engine. Delivery is to New Cumberland, PA, 17070-5001
  and Texarkana, TX 75507-5000-F.O.B. Destination. This is 100%
  Small Business Set-Aside limited to those small businesses
  which are approved. This item is restricted to the approved
  small businesses of MRC Bearings, 402 Chandler St., Jamestown,
  NY 14702-0280 and Barden Corp., 200 Park St., Danbury, CT 06810-7505.
  This part must be acquired from a manufacturing source(s) specified
  on a source control or selected drawing as defined by the current
  version of DoD-STD-100. Adequate technical data is not available
  for this acquisition. All offerors must meet prequalification
  requirements in order to be eligible for award. Firms that
  recognize and can produce the required item described above
  are encouraged to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by accessing the website www.Redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking
  under SAR information. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer, which shall be considered by the Agency. No telephone
  request will be accepted. By U.S. law, participation in Small
  Business Set-Asides are restricted to U.S. Small Businesses,
  therefore, foreign requests for this solicitation will not
  be honored. The closing date annotated is an estimated date
  and may be adjusted dependent upon the date of release of solicitation,
  however, will not close prior to the closing date stated above.
  You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-T, Elisa
  Boyer, Contracting Officer, FAX (256) 955-9220. Notes: 23 and
  26   
CITE: (W-348 SN508829)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 32--Woodworking Machinery and Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 32--HARDWARE SUPERSTORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-32-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Carol Clark, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5842, Fax
  (816) 926-3678, Email carol.clark@gsa.gov - Ellie Upchurch,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 926-7808, Fax (816) 926-7182,
  Email ellie.upchurch@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=FSC-32-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: carol.clark@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Z1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 32--Woodworking Machinery and Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 32--HARDWARE SUPERSTORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-32-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Elaine Rasmussen, Contract Specialist, Phone 816-823-1326,
  Fax 816-823-3109, Email elaine.rasmussen@gsa.gov - Ellie Upchurch,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 926-7808, Fax (816) 926-7182,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-32-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: elaine.rasmussen@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Y7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 34--SWAGING MACHINE
SOL SP0490-01-R-1138
DUE 012901
POC Contact: for copies of RFP call Martha Meadows at (804)2796611
  or send afax to (804)279-5948.
DESC: PR-NO: PR# 00-14-1401 this unrestricted solicitation is
  for the procurement of A dual head internal roller Swaging
  Machine, Sierracin Harrison model 8777 or an equivalent with
  delivery and verification of installation IAW purchase description
  DSCR-JHTB-2000-14-1002 dated December 5, 2000 for Robins Air
  Force base, GA. FOB is destination with inspection at origin
  and acceptance at destination. The performance period for this
  procurement is 60 calendar days after receipt of contract.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered.
CITE: (I-348 SN5087M4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery
OFFADD: Purchase Services Branch, Attn: Code 535.3, Portsmouth
  Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, NH 03801-2590
SUBJECT: 34--HYDRAULIC POWERED PORTABLE BOARING BAR
SOL N00102-01-Q-1048
DUE 011201
POC Robert T. Seaward 207-438-3877/Fax 207-438-1251
DESC: Item 0001. Hydraulic Powered Portable Boaring Bar Machine
  desigined for on-site close tolerance re-maching. Use on 688
  Class Submarines, the machine must be capable of going through
  a 30-inch diameter hatch and be set up within the confinement
  of a submarine with the hydraulic power plant remaining topside.
   This is a solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance
  with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional
  information included in this notice. Quotations are being requested
  and a written solicitation will be issued. This announcement
  is issued as N00102-01-Q-1048 and incorporates provisions and
  clauses effective through Federal Acquisition circular 97-20.
  The standard industrial classification (333512). This acquisition
  is reserved for Small Business. However, the quota's size status
  may affect entitlement to award in the case of a tie.  Place
  of delivery is Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth NH. 
  Note to all qualified requesters: Please mail quotes to Portsmouth
  Naval Shipyard, Bldg 153-6th floor-Attn Robert Seaward, Portsmouth
  NH 03801-2500. Please include Cage Code, Dun's and TIN Numbers
  on quote, must have Central Contractor Registration. The propestive
  awardee must be registered with the Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) prior to award. For more information on CCR, call 888-227-2423
  or log on to www.ccr.dlsc.dla.mi Solicitations will be available
  on the web at www.neco.navy.mil by Sept 12, 2000  The closing
  date for receipt of quotations is Jan 12, 2001 at 3:00PM local
  time. POC: Robert Seaward 207-438-3877/Fax 207-438-1251 

LINKURL: seawardrt@mail.ports.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: seawardrt@mail.ports.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R3)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 34--HARDWARE SUPERSTORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-34-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Carol Clark, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5842, Fax
  (816) 926-3678, Email carol.clark@gsa.gov - Ellie Upchurch,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 926-7808, Fax (816) 926-7182,
  Email ellie.upchurch@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-34-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: carol.clark@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Y9)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 37--Agricultural Machinery and Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 37--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-37-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Judith Ross, Contract Specialist/Officer, Phone (816) 823-1286,
  Fax (816) 823-3109, Email judith.ross@gsa.gov - Ellie Upchurch,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 926-7808, Fax (816) 926-7182,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-37-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: judith.ross@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Z3)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 38--Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance
  Equipment
OFFADD: USTDA, 1621 N. Kent Street, Suite 200, Arlington, VA
  22209-2131
SUBJECT: 38--BULGARIA: SUPPLY OF A BRIDGE INSPECTION PLATFORM
  FOR THE BUGARIAN GENERAL ROADS ADMINISTRATION
DUE 122200
POC POC--Evangela Kunene, USTDA, 1621 N. Kent Street, Suite 200,
  Arlington, VA 22209-2131, Tel: (703) 875-4357, Fax: (703) 875-4009
DESC: The new deadlin for submission of bids has been extended
  from 4:00PM,  15 December 2000, to 4:00PM, 22 December 2000.

CITE: (W-348 SN5087T1)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 39--Materials Handling Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, General and Industrial
  Directorate, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 39--SLING, CARGO, NET
SOL SP0560-01-R-0074
DUE 020901
POC Angela Fedele, Contract Specialist, DSCP-IDCCBB/25, (215)-737-7299/Fax:(215)737-7556
DESC: See #1, #9, #23, #26 NSN: 3940-00-892-4373, Sling, Cargo,
  Net-Nylon Webbing-Size 12FTx12FT, Min 65EA EA, Max 100EA.
  NSN: 3940-00-892-4374, Sling, Cargo, Net-Nylon, size 14FT x
  14FT, Min 403EA, Max 850EA. NSN: 3940-00-892-4375, Sling,
  Cargo, Net-Nylon Webbing, size 12FTx12FT, Min 88EA Max 130EA.
   NSN: 3940-00-892-4380, Sling, Cargo, Net-Nylon Webbing, size
  14FT 2INx14FT 2IN, Min 10EA Max 100EA Spec MIL-S-18313 - Base
  plus 4 term options/IDTC, Total Set-Aside for small business
  concerns - Dest: Tracy,CA and New Cumberland,PA - Delivery
  Order #0001 quantity 274 each all direct deliveries-delivery
  to CONUS (excluding Alaska). Production Lead Time: 150 Days
  ADO. Copies of this solicitation can be found on the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://214.3.146.126/home.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand
  sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to view. You must be
  registered in order to download RFPs. If you are not, you will
  be directed to get registered at time of download. RFPs are
  in portable document format(PDF). In order to download and
  view these documents you will need the latest version of Adobe
  Acrobat Reader. This software is available free at http://www.adobe.com."

CITE: (W-348 SN508898)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 40--Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 40--CHAIN, STUD LINK
SOL SP0490-01-R-0805
DUE 020501
POC Karen Spence/CLC04/804-279-5388/Fax: 804-279-5983/Richard
  Rosanelli, K.O.
DESC: Reference NSN 4010-00-149-5607, YPG00304001295, Chain,
  Stud Link, Flash-Butt Welded, Size: 1.625 In. Requested quantity
  of 20 SO - 12 SO to New Cumberland, PA., 8 SO to Tracy, CA.
  This solicitation includes a 100% quantity option. First Article/Reporduction
  Approval Contractor Testing Required. Sample size is 3. Critical
  Application Item. FOB: Destination. Inspection/Acceptance:
  Origin. Requested delivery is 30 Days After Receipt of Order
  (DARO). No Electronic Bulletin Board (EBB) or Internet Quoting
  Service (IQS) quotes will be accepted for this solicitation.
  To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation, after the issue
  date, you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350;
  send a request by Fax to 804-279-4165; or mail a request to:
  DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway,
  Richmond, VA 23297-5860. Issue date for this solictation is
  January 5, 2001; closing date is February 5, 2001. 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 41--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-41-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Janna Babcock, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-1299,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email janna.babcock@gsa.gov - Cheryl Sharp,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1807, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email cheryl.sharp@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-41-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: janna.babcock@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Z2)

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[Printed Issue Date: December 15, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, DSCP-CN, Building
  6 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: 42--TUBE, BREATHING
SOL SP0100-01-Q-4065
DUE 011001
POC Steve Green (215) 737-3214
DESC: NSN: 4240-01-286-1843 Tube, Drinking (Mine Safety Appliance
  Company P/N: 304743). Quantity: 16,590 EA to be delivered FOB
  Destination to DDD San Joaquin, Tracy, CA (8,295 EA) and DDSP
  New Cumberland, PA (8,295 EA) in two (2) increments beginning
  180 days (6 months) after award. THIS ACQUISITION IS 100% UNRESTRICTED
  AND WILL CONTAIN NO OPTION PROVISIONS. This item is identified
  strictly by the Mine Safety Appliance part number cited above.
  The Government does not possess complete, unrestricted technical
  data for this item. Dealers/distributors of the Mine Safety
  Appliance part number may submit offers which DSCP will consider.
  Because this item is commercial in nature, the procedures in
  FAR Part 12 will be utilized. Copies of this solicitation will
  be made available on the DLA Procurement Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home at time of solicitation issuance
  on or about 3 January 2001. From the Gateway home page, select
  "Search RFQ's" then select the RFQ you wish to download. RFQ's
  are in portable document format (pdf). In order to download
  and view these documents, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader
  available free at http;www.adobe.com. You will need to establish
  a user profile which takes 24 to 48 hours to process. Follow
  the instructions at the Procurement Gateway to establish a
  user profile.  THE MINE SAFETY PART NUMBER CITED ABOVE IS
  THE ONLY ITEM KNOWN TO MEET THE GOVERNMENT'S REQUIREMENTS.
  OFERS FOR OTHER THAN THE MINE SAFETY PART NUMBER WILL NOT BE
  CONSIDERED FOR AWARD. 
EMAILADD: swgreen@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087T4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 43--PUMPING UNIT, HYDRAULIC
SOL DAAE07-01-Q-S086
POC Bertram Scott (810) 574-8493
DESC: ITEM: Pumping Unit, Hydraulic. NSN: 4320-01-379-1104. Manufacturer's
  Part Number: MK2179. Quantity: 50 each. Option: 100%. FOB point:
  Destination. The offer due date is on or about 16 January 2001
  (see Solicitation for actual due date). To view more of TACOM's
  acquisitions and awards visit website http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm.

LINKURL: http://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Scottb@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508832)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 44--Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment and
  Nuclear Reactors
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 44--ELEMENT, SUPER HEATER
SOL SP0760-01-R-3133
DUE 020101
POC For information only, contact Billy R. Short, 614-692-2734;
  Fax, 614-692-3796
DESC: NSN 4410-01-070-2377, Element, super heater. Thermal Engineering
  (09655) p/n MTW-1944-RCJ-ASSY 470R; Thermal Engineering (09655)
  p/n MTW-1944-RJC-ASSY 470R; and Combustion Eng. Inc. (11440)
  p/n E-172-926-Q-I-470. Quantity of 200 AY to be delivered in
  180 days. All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote
  which shall be considered. See notes 12 and 26. This solicitation
  is a RFP and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp
  on its issue date of 1/3/01. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. Specifications, plans and drawings are not
  available. This is an unrestricted acquisition. While price
  may ba a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, the
  final award decision will be based upon a combination of price,
  delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors as
  described in the solicitation. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508855)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--TUBE METALLIC
SOL SP0740-01-R-5087
DUE 012901
POC Contract Specialist Cindy Mills Phone: 614-692-3899, Fax:
  614-693-1634
DESC: All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote which
  shall be considered.  See applicable note numbers one, nine,
  twelve, twenty-three, and twenty-six. Solicitation Number:
  SP0740-01-R-5087 PR Number: YPC00340-00-0346  NSN: 4710-01-289-2302,
  Item Description: Tube Metallic, Alum-Alloy 2024, T3511, Square
  3.785 plus/or/minus 0.044 inch inside diminsion, 0.188 in.
  wall thickness, 152.810 inch long, E/I is aircraft tow bar.
  This NSN contains one or more components which must meet QPL
  specifications. Class I ozone depleting chemicals are not to
  be used nor incorporated in any items to be delivered under
  this contract. This prohibition supersedes all specification
  requirements but does not alleviate any product requirements.
  Substitute chemicals must be submitted for approval unless
  they are authorized by the specification requirements. DLAD
  252.246-9003, measuring and test equipment, apply. DLAD 252.246-9004,
  product verification testing, applies. This clause is a government
  option that can only be invoked upon the cognizant contract
  administration office notifying the contractor that PVT samples
  are to be selected. This is a critical application item. This
  solicitation is an RFQ and will be available on the Internet
  at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfq on its issue date of 8 Jan
  2001. Hard copies of this solicitation are not available. The
  small business size standard is 1000 employees. Drawings are
  posted with the solicitation on the DSCC solicitation web-site.
  If the drawings are not posted with the solicitation, see Clause
  L07-Availability of Drawings for information on how to obtain
  the drawings. Federal, military and commercial specifications
  cannot be provided by DSCC. The proposed procurement contains
  a 100 percent option for increased quantities. While price
  may be a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, the
  final award decision will be based upon a combination of price,
  delivery, past performance and other evaluation factors as
  described in the solicitation. This solicitation includes an
  option quantity in accordance with clause I30/I30a. It contains
  multiple option contract line items and exercise periods. Offerors
  shall insert the available option quantity and price(s) which
  may be exercised concurrently with or within the specified
  time period or after the award, but before the expiration of
  the full option period. A mandatory entry is required for the
  basic option quantity which will be evaluated at time of award
  unless the offerors has entered a lower price for the option
  quantity ranges to be exercised concurrent with the award and
  there is a requirement available to exercise the option concurrent
  with the award. Entries for the price break option clin will
  not be used in evaluation of award. NOTE: Failure to submit
  an offer on the basic option quantity clin may result in rejection
  of the bid/offer. Deliver 149 each W25G1U DDSP New Cumberland
  Facility, New Cumberland PA 17070-5001. Deliver 200 days after
  date of award. Deliver 132 each to W62G2T Defense Distribution
  Depot San Joaquin Stockton, CA 95296-0130. Deliver 200 days
  after date of award.     
CITE: (W-348 SN508831)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,BUTTERFLY
SOL N0010401QCA73
DUE 011601
POC Contact Point, Linda F Hoover, 0211.3, (717)605-7770, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Linda H
  Thomas, 0211.6, (717)605-6473
DESC: NSN 3H-4820-01-333-4102, SPEC NR TDP VER 015, Qty 41 EA,
  Deliver to Receiving Officer Fisc Norfolk Norfolk VA , Defense
  Distrbution Depot San Diego San Diego CA, See Notes 9,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087M9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,BUTTERFLY
SOL N0010401QCA75
DUE 011601
POC Contact Point, Linda F Hoover, 0211.3, (717)605-7770, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Linda H
  Thomas, 0211.6, (717)605-6473
DESC: NSN 7H-4810-01-421-2667, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, Qty 3 EA,
  Deliver to Receiving Officer Fisc Norfolk Norfolk VA , Contract
  100 Percent Small Business Set Aside, See Notes 9, 26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,DIAPHRAGM,STO
SOL N0010401T0987
DUE 011601
POC Contact Point, Linda F Hoover, 0211.3, (717)605-7770, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Linda H
  Thomas, 0211.6, (717)605-6473
DESC: NSN 7H-4820-01-182-2138, SPEC NR TDP VER 003, Qty 5 EA,
  Deliver to Defense Distrbution Depot San Diego San Diego CA
  , See Notes 9,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N1)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--SELECTOR SET, DIRECT
SOL SP0740-01-R-5099
DUE 020501
POC For Information Only, Connie Giggi, Phone 614-692-4719, Fax
  614-693-1622
DESC: NSN: 3040-00-461-9795 Gearshaft, Spur. Approved source
  is: Moog Inc. (94697) P/N 050-24190-11. Qty 41 ea to be delivered
  to W62G2T Stockton CA 300 days after date of award. Qty 7 ea
  to be delivered to N00146 Cherry Point NC 300 days after date
  of award. Qty 8 ea to be delivered to W25G1U 300 days after
  date of award. Qty 24 ea to be delivered to N00146 300 days
  after date of award. Maximum option quantity for NSN: 4820-00-943-8044
  option qty 80 ea. ALL RESPONSIBLE SOURCES MAY SUBMIT AN OFFER/QUOTE
  WHICH SHALL BE CONSIDERED. **SEE NOTES 12 AND 26 ** This solicitation
  is an RFP or IFB and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp/
  on its issue date of 01/04/01. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. Specifications, plans or drawings are not
  available. Proposed procurement contains a 100% option for
  increased quantities. This is an unrestricted acquisition.
  It is anticipated that award will be made via a delivery order
  to an existing basic ordering agreement. While price may be
  a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, the final
  award decision will be based upon a combination of price, delivery,
  past performance and other evaluation factors as described
  in the solicitation. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508876)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LEKA, 295 Byron St, Robins Air Force Base, GA
  31098-1611
SUBJECT: 49--GAGE ASSY, BRAKE
SOL F0960301Q73014
POC Buyer:Wendy Dennis 478-926-7851 Ext 115 PCO: Dawn McCurdy
  478-926-7851 Ext 110 
DESC: This is to amended CBD Notice originally posted 27 Nov
  00.  Item 0001 Quantity changed From:9 Each To: 7 Each Shipped
  to decreased 2 Each Code: FE5612 66877 Ramstein Miesenbach
  Germany
LINKURL: http://pkec.robins.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
  at Robins AFB.
EMAILADD: Wendy.Dennis@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  email.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Z8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 51--Hand Tools
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 51--HARDWARE SUPERSTORE FSC GRPS 32, 34, 35, 41, 51,
  52, 73, 80 AND
SOL 6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Ellie Upchurch, Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 926-7808,
  Fax (816) 926-7182, Email ellie.upchurch@gsa.gov - Jay Willingham,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1285, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 (Schedule 51 V) is a
  refresh of the Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3)
  issued AUGUST 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial
  changes to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements,
  and includes clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby
  resulting contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with
  3, separate 5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which
  replaces existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32,
  34, 35, 37, 41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous
  services for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation
  and application of chemical compounds. The first part of this
  solicitation includes all clauses, which must be completed
  by ALL offerors. The second part of this solicitation includes
  Attachments 1 through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s)
  that pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they
  intend to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to
  Attachment 3, Hardware Store. In accordance with the Memo of
  Understanding between GSA and the SBA, 8(a) vendors are being
  sought to participate in the Multiple Award Schedule Program.
  Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice (CSP-1). A separate
  CSP must be completed for each commodity/service. Attachment
  2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed by large
  business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store, previously
  51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives, Fuels
  and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment 5,
  Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools Department,
  previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden Department
  previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and Metalworking
  Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment 6, Tools
  - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously under
  Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and Application
  of Chemical Compounds (Services) Attachment 11, Beautification
  Center (Services) Enclosure 1, Criteria for JWOD Hardware Distributors
  (Applicable to Attachment 3, SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application
  for Authorization to Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable
  to Attachment 3, SIN 105-002)
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: ellie.upchurch@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087V6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 51--Hand Tools
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: 51--WIRE EDM MACHINE
SOL 1-057-RFVA.1010
DUE 010501
POC  B. Terry Cobb, Contract Specialist, Phone (757) 864-2129,
  Fax (757) 864-6966, Email t.g.cobb@larc.nasa.gov - Roberta
  I Hollifield, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-2521, Fax
  (757) 864-6966, Email r.i.hollifield@larc.nasa.gov
DESC: THIS NOTICE CONSTITUTES AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO THE COMBINED
  SYNOPSIS/RFQ FOR WIRE EDM MACHINE. **NOTE: Companies shall
  acknowledge all amendment(s) in their quote. This notice serves
  as the official amendment to subject synopsis/RFQ and a written
  amendment will not be issued. The purpose of this amendment
  is to (1) RESPOND TO A CONTRACTOR'S QUESTION. (2) EXTEND THE
  RECEIPT FOR OFFER DUE DATE (3) AMEND SPECIFICATIONS AND (4)
  PROVIDE CAD FILE UPON REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON EDM PARTS.
  The due date for receipt of offers is extended to COB on January
  5, 2001. Question: Can you provide additional information on
  the Material type(D-2,A-2,Stainless Steel), thickness and blank
  size? Answer: The blank sizes they can use are: outside piece
  2.500"x2.500"x3.000" or 2.500" dia. x 3.000" inside piece (1)
  2.000" x 2.000" x 3.000" or 2.000 dia. 3.000" inside piece
  (2) .625" x .625" 3.000" or .625" dia x 3.000" The material
  for test parts is 15-5 stainless it should be heattreated to
  H1025. SPECIFICATION CHANGES: PARA.C.1 The Electrical Discharge
  Machine (EDM) shall be furnished in accordance with the following:
  A. Shall be a wire-cutting EDM capable of both submerged and
  non-submerged cutting, and capable of using various wire diameters
  ranging in size from a minimum of no more than .006 ( a change
  from .004) inch to a maximum of at least .012 inch PARA U.
  Shall have the following machine Fabrication: 4. Shall be provided
  with wire guides for wire sizes of (delete .004) .006, .008,
  .010, and .012 inches, which maintain wire tension and position
  accuracy. The guides shall be fabricated to allow the wire
  to cut at a taper of at least 30 degrees through 360 degrees
  of X and Y axes motion. PARA V. Shall be furnished so as to
  include at least the following equipment; 1. Upper and lower
  wire guides for the following wire sizes: (Delete .004 inch
  from original specifications) a) .006 inch b) .009 inch c)
  .010 inch d) .012 inch 7. Work piece clamping tool(s) package
  shall consist of Mecatool products and accessories necessary
  to automate operation of the wire EDM. This package shall include
  the following items: *Delete (7) (e.)(f.)(g)(h)(I)(j)(k)(n)
  from original specifications a.) Universal Clamping Frame b.)
  Alignment Centering Device c.) Two (2) Multi-Adapters for Zero-Line
  Table d.) Indicator with arm e) One (1) EA. - Guide Rail 350
  *new requirement f.) Mecavice B 15-170mm g.) Flange 26-200
  h.) Vice B 10-30mm i.) Vice B 0-20mm j.) Clamp Head B Right
  12/50mm k.) Clamp Head B Left 12/50mm Cad file showing what
  the parts look like can be requested by email ONLY to: t.g.cobb@larc.nasa.gov
  NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 19, 2000. Questions concerning this
  solicitation will not be accepted after DECEMBER 19, 2000.
  Companies shall provide the information stated in the synopsis/RFQ
  posted on the NASA Acquisition Internet Service (NAIS) on January
  5, 2001. Documents related to this procurement are available
  over the Internet and are in Microsoft Office 97 format and
  reside on the World Wide Web (WWW) server which may be accessed
  using a WWW browser application. The Internet site, or URL,
  for the NASA/LaRC Business Opportunities home page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=CL&pin=23
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=23#1-057-RFVA.1010
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: t.g.cobb@larc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508878)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 52--Measuring Tools
OFFADD: Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, 9500
  MacArthur Blvd., West Bethesda, MD 20817-5700
SUBJECT: 52--PURCHASE OF HEAVY DUTY VIBRATION B-BOX SHAKER
SOL N00167-01-Q-0087
POC Brian White 301-227-5784
DESC: The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division intends
  to award a fixed priced contract to L.A.B. Equipment Corp.,
  for the purchase of 2 Heavy Duty Shaker Units. The proposed
  contract is one for which the Government intends to solicit
  and negotiate with one contractor in accordance with FAR 6.302.
  Interested persons may submit a statement of their capabilites
  no later than 15 calendar days from the issue date of this
  notice. (SEE NUMBERED NOTE 22) 
CITE: (W-348 SN508833)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 52--Measuring Tools--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 52--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-52-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Jay Willingham, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1285,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email jay.willingham@gsa.gov - Joyce Swope,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1714, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-52-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jay.willingham@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Z4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, General and Industrial
  Directorate, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--CASTERS / WHEELS
SOL SP0560-01-R-0071
DUE 011001
POC Carol L. Sands, AEE/05, (215)737-3013
DESC: IDT00340005100 5340 Various Casters and Wheels Yearly
  Estimated Quantity Indefinite Delivery Type Contract Offers
  will be evaluated with a preference for small disadvantaged
  business concerns.  To obtain a copy of this Solicitation,
  Please visit our website: http://progate.daps.mil/home/ "Procurement
  Gateway"   
EMAILADD: csands@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 36 CONS,
  Unit 14040, Andersen AFB, GU, 96543-4040
SUBJECT: 53--SOURCES SOUGHT - SHOT & GRIT (ABRASIVE)
SOL 01MrktRsrch
DUE 122400
POC Marc Kreienbrink, Contract Specialist, Phone 6713666612,
  Fax 6713661103, Email marc.kreienbrink@andersen.af.mil - Marc
  Kreienbrink, Contract Specialist, Phone 6713666612, Fax 6713661103,
  Email
DESC: The 36th Contracting Squadron (Andersen AFB, Guam) is conducting
  market research/seeking sources for the following two items:
  Steel Shot: all shot must pass through screen #14 (screen opening
  .555-1.4mm); 5% max on screen #16 (screen opening .469-1.18mm);
  85% min on screen #20 (screen opening .0331-.085mm); 96% on
  screen #25 (screen opening 0278-.710mm). Pan-Abrasives Part
  # S-330 or equal Steel Grit: all grit must pass screen #18
  (screen opening .0394-1.00mm); 70% min on screen #40 (screen
  opening .0165-.0425mm); 80% min on screen size #50 (screen
  opening .0117-0300mm). Pan-Abrasives Part # GL-40 or equal
  The customer is looking for a pre-mixed shot and grit. We are
  considering putting a contract in place with a minimum quantity
  guarantee. We do not want to order too much all at once as
  we don't want corrosion to affect the product if it is just
  sitting until it's used. Please answer the following questions:
  1. Are you registered in the Central Contractor Registration
  database? Must be registered to receive US Govt. Contracts.
  2. Price per metric ton? 3. Delivery Time? How long does it
  take to get here? 4. Availability? 5. Does your company accept
  the US Govt. Visa Card? 6. Do you have any distributors that
  are closer to Guam? 7. Do you have a distributor in Guam? What
  are the possibilities of having a distributor in Guam in the
  near future? 8. Should your company be eligible for US Govt.
  contracts, what would the possibilities be of purchasing a
  certain amount but you would ship on a quarterly basis and
  invoice as you ship? What type of pricing could you offer then?
  Please fax your information to us at 671-366-6612 (Attn: Marc
  & Cesar). If you call to speak with me, please remember that
  Guam is 18 hours ahead of the West Coast (15 hours ahead of
  the East Coast).
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=01MrktRsrch&L=644
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: marc.kreienbrink@andersen.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087H8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 55--Lumber, Millwork, Plywood and Veneer
OFFADD: National Park Service, Voyageurs National Park, 3131
  Highway 53, International Falls, MN 56649-8904
SUBJECT: 55--TREATED TIMBER
SOL Q6820018601
DUE 033100
POC Judy Wendt 218-283-9821 or Bruce Barrett 218-875-2117
DESC: #2 grade (or better) pine lumber treated to .40 retention
  with CCA/Osmose/Cheminite or equivalent. Delivered near International
  Falls, Minnesota.
EMAILADD: judy_wendt@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508825)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: 56--FIBERGLASS GRATING AND INSTALLATION
SOL N68335-01-Q-0006
DUE 011201
POC Kathy Whittaker, Code 25223KW, (732) 323-2810
DESC: 100% Small Business Setaside. The Request for Quotation
  will appear on the NAVAIR homepage located at http://www.navair.navy.mil
  - Select "Business", then "Doing Business With Us", "Open Solicitaions".
  The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst is
  considering purchasing approximately 5000 square feet of 1-1/2
  inch fiberglass grating for installation in a RALS pit. Grating
  shall be 1-1/2 inch thick isophthalic polyester fiberglass
  I-bar grating w/bearing bars at one inch spacing, and with
  a 40% open area. Cross bars and bearing bars shall be bonded
  into one piece panels with a coarse epoxy bonded to the surface
  for slip resistance. Grating shall meet ASTM E84 Class 1 flame
  spread of 25 or less and ASTM D635 self extinguishing. Requirements
  include site visitation, field measurements, grating "cut to
  fit", and installation. Drawing of areas to be covered by grating
  will be included with RFQ. The point of contact is Kathy Whittaker
  at 732-323-2810, Facsimile 732-323-2359 or email WhittakerK@navair.navy.mil.
CITE: (W-348 SN508883)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: Turkish Embassy, Office of Defense Attache, Air Force
  Procurement Office, 2202 Massachusetts Ave. NW., Washington,
  DC 20008
SUBJECT: 56--DRAINAGE GEOTEXTILE, SEPERATION GEOTEXTILE AND GEOCOMPOSITE
SOL HV.ATS.00-193
DUE 011601
POC SMSgt.Yalcin Tapan Tel: 202.939 1873 Fax: 202.387 7976
DESC: Turkish Air Logistics Command (TALC) requests proposals
  for Drainage Geotextile, Seperation Geotextile and Geocomposite.
  Requirement list, Administrative and Technical specifications
  can be obtained by providing your FedEx account number via
  fax request.Quotations will be delivered to Turkey individually
  or by mail. Delays in the mail and proposals received after
  the closing date of the tender shall not be taken into consideration.

CITE: (W-348 SN508899)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division,
  Bldg 2272 Suite 353, 47123 Buse Road, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: 58--COMMUNICATION, DETECTION, & COHERENT RADIATION EQUIPMENT
SOL N00421-01-Q-0096
DUE 010901
POC Betty Goddard, Contract Specialist, (301) 757-9719
DESC: The Patuxent River NAWC AD has a requirement to procure
  1 ea p/n DB-4300-618H traveling wave tube amplifier. A pulsed/cw
  traveling wave tube amplifier is required to expand the capability
  of the TGTE (triple threat) to simulate newer generation weapon
  systems, and to complete the capability to simulate threats
  such as the SA-6 by allowing cw transmissions for Missile homing
  signal simulation. The following specifications apply to these
  parts: frequency range: 6-18 Ghz; power output: 300 watts CW
  minimum; modulation capability: grid modulator integral to
  TWT; gain at rated power: 55 db minimum; input VSWR: 2.5:1
  nominal; output VSWR: 2:1 nominal;input voltage: 230 VAC+/-
  10% single phase, 60 Hz; input power: 1875 watts nominal; size:
  not to exceed 14 x 27 x 7 " high; weight: not to exceed 90
  lbs; RF connectors: input - sma female, output - type wrd-650
  waveguide; cooling: forced air; operating altitude: sea level
  to 10,000 ft; ambient temperature: oerating: - 40 to + 60 deg.
  C, storage: -50 to +70 deg C; humidity: up to 100% rh; vibration
  shock: normal shipping & handling; Protection: TWT & HVPS over
  temperature, TWT helix over current/arc, TWT cathode over voltage,
  VSWR protextion; Control: local/remote, prime power on/off,high
  voltage on/off - reset. Award is to be made under Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures. All responsible sources may submit
  a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. Request
  for the RFQ shall be sent by email or faxed to (301) 757-0200,
  attn: Betty Goddard, Contracts (goddardba@navair.navy.mil).
  Estimated RFQ issue date is 03 Jan 01. The proposed contract
  is set aside for small business concerns. 
EMAILADD: goddardba@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Defense, Television-Audio Support Activity
  (T-ASA), Contracts Division, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan,
  CA 95652
SUBJECT: 58--STUDENT CONSOLE BOOTH AND LAN KIT
SOL HQ0028-0314-8601
DUE 122000
POC Sandra Schaffer, Contract Specialist, (916)643-0358 or Janet
  Lopez, Contracting Officer, (916)643-0283
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation,
  and therefore, a formal written solicitation will not be issued.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-20.
  The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) is 3663 (size
  750 employees). The brand named item(s) listed in this announcement
  have been identified as meeting or exceeding the Government's
  minimum requirements but are not established as standards upon
  which other offered brand names will be evaluated. The Television-Audio
  Support Activity intends to purchase the following, on a sole
  source basis, from Gel Systems Inc.: CLIN 0001: Twenty (20)
  Ea Student Consoles, P/N BM27480-01, C/O Student Booth (CS-15C),
  Student Level IV Amplifier (CAA-15/VGA2), Headset/Microphone
  HM7 (13526-08), Personal Computer Multimedia W/DVD, 14-IN Monitor,
  Power Outlet, Keyboard, Mouse, Cables and Interconnecting/Miscellaneous
  Hardware and 180-watt uninterruptible Power Supply (BP280SI)
  CLIN 0002: Two (2) Kits, Supplement Function, P/N BM 27495-01/Mod.
  Each Kit includes 1 ea computer, keyboard and mouse, 1 ea 15-in
  LCD panel, 1 ea multi-format VHS/VCR, 1 ea VGA program monitor
  switch, 1 ea VGA line amplifier, and 1 ea 280VA (180W) UPS.
  CLIN 0003: Two (2) LAN Kits, for 10 positions w/online access,
  Each Kit C/O 16-port hub, 11 ea NIC cards/mgmt adapters, 1
  ea router/server (TI), 1 lot webfilter license, 1 year extended
  warranty, 11 ea 50 ft cat-5 cables, and 1 ea 6 ft cat-5 cable,
  1 ea 280VA (180W) UPS; FUW Gel Systems Level IV Language Lab
  Systems. Delivery shall be FOB destination to MOD Acquisition
  Bureau, Budapest Hungary within 72 days from date of award
  or sooner. All responsible sources may submit a quote, which
  shall be considered by the agency. Responses to this notice
  should be provided in writing by 20 Dec 00, 1400 PST. Offers
  may be mailed to: TELEVISION - AUDIO SUPPORT ACTIVITY, Sacramento
  Contracting, ATTN: Sandra Schaffer, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan
  AFB, CA 95652-2600. Facsimile and email responses are acceptable.
  FAX to (916) 643-4032, ATTN: Sandra Schaffer, email to schaffer@tasa-exchange.army.mil.
  To be eligible to receive an award resulting from this quotation,
  Contractor must be registered with the Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) database, NO EXCEPTIONS. To register, you may apply through
  the internet at "http://www.ccr2000.com". You must include
  your Dun & Bradstreet (DUNS) number in order to apply. The
  provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items, and 52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Items applies to
  this acquisition. The evaluation criteria for this solicitation
  will consist of price, technical capability of the item offered
  to meet the agency need, and past performance. Technical capability
  and past performance together are equal to price. Offerors
  shall include a completed copy of the provisions at 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items,
  with their offer. The following clauses also apply: 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items, Applicable sub-clauses under 52.212-5
  are: 52.203-6, 52.219-8, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37,
  and 52.232-33. 52.233-5112, Agency Protests, and the following
  DFARS clauses apply to this acquisition: DFARS 252.204-7004,
  252.212-7000, and the following sub-clauses under FAR 252-212-7001
  also apply: 252.225-7007, and 252.225-7036. The preceding clauses
  may be accessed in full text at the following web site: http://farsite.hill.af.mil.
  Point of contact in the TASA office is Sandra Schaffer (916)
  643-0358 or e-mail: schaffer@tasa-exchange.army.mil. 
EMAILADD: schaffer@tasa-exchange.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087U9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting and Purchasing Division, Post Office Box
  5069, Marine Corps Recruit Depot/ERR, Parris Island, South
  Carolina 29905-5000
SUBJECT: 58--AMENDMENT 01 TO M00263-01-T-0004 CELL PHONE AND
  PAGER REQUIREMENT 
SOL M00263-00-T-0004-01
DUE 011601
POC Bryan Magee, Purchasing Agent (843) 228-2407 or Linda Stroh,
  Contracting Officer (843) 228-2151
DESC: Amendment 01. This amendment is issued to incorporate paragraph
  (xi) fully through paragraph (xiv), which was inadvertently
  omitted. Questions concerning this should be directed to the
  POC's shown in the original announcement. The following is
  hereby incorporated into the original posting of solicitation
  M00263-01-T-0004. (xi) The FAR provision at 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition
  and is tailored with the following addenda to the provision.
  Addenda (1) One: The following additional FAR provisions and
  clauses are hereby incorporated to FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms
  and Conditions; 52.211-8, Time of Delivery Alternate with Alternate
  I tailored paragraph (a) to read "on or before" 31 January
  2001" in lieu of "Within days after date of contract" and paragraph
  (b) Alternate I, to read "on or before" 16 February 2001. 52.216-18,
  Ordering, with paragraph (a) tailored to read 1 February through
  31 January of the base year and each consequent option period
  exercised; 52.216-19, Order Limitations, with paragraph(s),
  (a) tailored to read $100.00, (b) (1) tailored to read $50,000.00,
  (b) (2) $100,000.00, (3) 30 days; 52.216-22, Indefinite Quantity;
  52.216-24, Limitation of Government Liability; 52.217-8, Option
  to Extend Services; 52.232-19, Availability of Funds for the
  Next Fiscal Year; 52.241-7, Changes in Rates for Regulated
  Services; 52.247-34, F.O.B. Destination. Addenda (2) two: The
  government reserves the right to make payment by the method
  of the Government Commercial Procurement Card (GCPC). In the
  event the government elects to exercise this method of payment
  FAR clause 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer
  Central Contractor Registration will be superceded by 52.232-36,
  Payment by third party as prescribed by reference in FAR Clause
  52.212-5 below. Facsimile and e-mail quotations are permitted,
  however originals shall also be submitted. Offerors shall confirm
  receipt of all quotations submitted through Facsimile or e-mail,
  telephonically with the point of contact(s) listed in this
  solicitation. (xii) The FAR provision at 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive
  Orders Commercial Items and the following additional FAR clauses
  cited in the clause are applicable to this acquisition. 52.203-6,
  Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with
  Alternate I; 52.222-23, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans
  and Veterans of the Vietnam Era; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action
  for Workers with Disabilities; 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain
  Foreign Purchases; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era. 52.232-33, Payment
  by Electronic Funds Transfer Central Contractor Registration;
  52.232-36, Payment by third party. The following Defense Federal
  Acquisition Requisition Supplement (DFARS) clause(s) apply
  to this acquisition: DFAR 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive Orders
  Commercial Items and the following additional DFARS clauses
  cited in the clause are applicable to this acquisition; 252.225-7012,
  Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities; 252.243-7002,
  Request for Equitable Adjustment. (xiii) The Defense Priorities
  and Allocations System (DPAS) and assigned rating to this acquisition
  is S1 for services. (xiv) The closing date for this solicitation
  is 16 January 2001 at 1:00 p.m..*****  
EMAILADD: MageeBP@mcrdpi.usmc.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: HQ CPSG/RMK RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION 230 HALL BLVD
  STE 114 SAN ANTONIO TX 78243-7056
SUBJECT: 58--NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERY
SOL F19628-01-R-70143
DUE 020301
POC Hilda L. Flores, Contracting Officer
DESC: ITEM 0001: NSN: 5810-25-131-1579CS, Noun: Battery, P/N:
  71204775SAAA; SIZE/DIMENSION: 15.6 +/- 0.50 mm high x 80 +/-
  0.5 mm length x 59 +/- 0.5 mm wide PREDOMINANT MATERIAL: Nickel
  FORM/FIT/FUNTION: Supplies power to KL-51 Rapid Automatic Crypto
  Equipment. It is a 4.8 Volt, 0.5 AH battery comprising of four
  1.2 volt rechargeable nickel-cadmium cells (VRO .5 AH). Cells
  are enclosed in a small case with 2 output terminals. The case
  is attached to a fixing Plate. The government plans to issue
  a 3 year requirements contract with the following BEQs: Basic
  Year - 700 ea; 1st yr option - 750 ea; 2nd yr option - 800
  ea. Required delivery will be 60 days after receipt of order.
  An Acquisition Ombudsman, Colonel Joseph B. Magnone, Director,
  Commander's Staff, has been appointed to hear concerns from
  offerors or potential offerors during proposal development.
  You should only contact the Ombudsman with issues or problems
  you cannot satisfactorily resolve with the program manager
  and/or contracting officer. The Ombudsman role is to hear concerns,
  issues, and recommendations and communicate these to the appropriate
  government personnel. The Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  if desired. The Ombudsman does not evaluate proposals or participate
  in source selection. You can contact the Ombudsman at (781)
  377-5106.
LINKURL: http://www.herbb.hanscom.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: hilda.flores@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5088A2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, WASC, Acquisition Management
  Division WC3, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115-6349
SUBJECT: 58--COMMUNICATION, DETECTION AND COHERENT RADIATION
  EQUIPMENT
SOL WASC-1-407
DUE 122600
POC Melvin Fondue (206) 526-6043/FAX (206) 526-6025
DESC: REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS - - NOAA's Pacific Marine Operation
   Branch requires the following: (1) Furuno FAR 2825/6 Radar
  28" Radar/TP UP X band with ARPA/Video plotter RP-25 FAR 2805
  Hood if not included. FAR 2805 pedestal and PM30 X band performance
  monitor with three service mannuals - 1 each. Delivery not
  later than 2/1/2001 This is a simplified acquisition. Questions
  concerning this acquisition may be directed to Melvin Fondue
  at 206-526-6043
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: 58--SOURCE SOUGHT FOR VOICE, VIDEO, DATA CONVERGENCE
  PROJECT
SOL N66001-01-X-0001
DUE 011601
POC Cathy Moore, 619-553-9311
DESC: This serves as a SOURCES SOUGHT notice for the Voice Video
  Data Convergence Project in support of the GIG Pilot Project,
  which is an Office of the Secretary of Defense (ASD C3I) initiative.
    The Commander in Chief Pacific Fleet (CPF) Fleet Information
  Technology Service Center (FITSC) has been designated executive
  agent for the GIG Pilot Project, and in turn has assigned the
  Regional Information Technology Service Center- Pacific Southwest
  (RITSC?PACSW) to plan and execute these projects.   The VVDC
  Project has the objective to test the ability to converge voice,
  video and data over a high speed SONET/ATM backbone.  The
  VVDC project has the objective to explore new and improved
  capabilities as well as the economic benefits associated with
  the convergence of voice, video and data over a high speed
  Sonet/ATM backbone.  To meet this objective, a prototype-pilot
  under the GIG Pilot Project will be formed to evaluate the
  capabilities and assess the economic impact of selected commercial
  products that have promise of attaining operational suitability
  for Navy enterprise at some time in the future.   The VVDC
  project will be conducted by RITSC?PACSW in cooperation with
  commercial vendors that desire to demonstrate the capabilities
  of their products to the GIG project office. The VVDC Project
  affords selected vendors an opportunity to set up and conduct,
  at their own cost, a demonstration of their products and systems
  on an actual RITSC?PACSW network to assess and validate concepts
  of Voice, Video and Data convergence over an ATM MAN.  The
  selected vendors will be asked to develop plans to fully demonstrate
  the capabilities of their particular equipment, conduct those
  demonstrations, and report the results, all under GIG Pilot
  VVDC project oversight and monitoring.  Approximately 15
  commands in the San Diego Region will be involved as system
  demonstration sites for the VVDC evaluation project. The intent
  is to have one or two demonstration vendors at each of the
  9 GIG Pilot Bases. (Not all vendors will be at all sites.)
  As the VVDC project progresses, additional commands may be
  selected to participate depending on the VVDC equipment capabilities
  and other factors.  The key areas of interest which will
  be considered in the evaluation of the white papers are: Cost
  Effectiveness: The proposed system design should provide insight
  into the total cost of operations as well as new techniques
  to reduce the cost of operations and maintenance. These include
  maximizing personnel resources, identifying training requirements,
  the need for additional or the restructuring of staff, reduced
  equipment costs, purchase or lease options and maintenance
  contracts   Security: The military must communicate reliably
  and effectively under extremely adverse conditions and this
  imposes stringent requirements upon the system design. The
  system must operate securely and reliably in the worst possible
  environments, up to and including war. In addition, the system
  must maintain full functionality of existing Military Unique
  Features such as survivability (diversity), interoperability
  with FTS/DISN/DSN/PSTN/GETS, emergency services (911), critical
  assured services. Techniques to address access control, authentication,
  authorization, accounting, auditing, denial of service, eavesdropping,
  encryption, malicious activities, power outages, physical security,
  sabotage, terrorism, security policy, policy management and
  policy enforcement must be highlighted. Technology that integrates
  or enhances the operation of military security components is
  desired. Examples of these components include STU-III, STE,
  KG-75, Taclane, Fastlane, NES.  Reliability: System reliability
  particularly during adverse periods is critical. The nature
  of military communications is that the need for reliability
  increases in proportion to the size of the threat. Threat conditions
  create greater system loads, occur during periods where the
  probability of system and security attacks is higher and occur
  at a time when reliability is required the most. The greater
  the threat, the greater the system load and the greater the
  potential for attacks on the system. All calls should complete
  (capacity). If a call cannot be completed, high priority users
  should receive preferential service. The voice communications
  system should be fault tolerant with distributed fail over
  capability across the enterprise  Performance: The POTS has
  established a standard for reliability, performance and expectation
  that must be maintained. A very high percentage of calls must
  be completed with a probability of blockage no greater than
  GOS P.01, tone quality must be maintained and only small end-to-end
  delays are tolerable. IAW OASD communication directives, system
  should support Multi Level Precedence and Preemption MLPP functionality.
    Capacity/Scalability: Systems must meet current capacity
  requirements and be scalable to meet future growth. Combined
  voice/data loads for the region's telephone system (CATS) are
  currently 56,000 phones. This number is expected to grow. 
    Manageability: Improve Manageability in each of the following
  key areas: Fault management, Configuration management, Accounting
  management, Performance management, Network management and
  Security management. Demonstrate improved system administration
  functionality through ease of moves, adds and changes, real
  time alarm reporting and system backup and fault restoration.
  User profiles (class of service and restrictions) should be
  able to be modified in groups vise provisioning on a per user
  basis.   Increase Productivity: The proposed system should
  highlight techniques to improve productivity through the use
  of new features and technology. One to one (point -to-point
  VTC), one to many (lecture -broadcast mode) and many to many
  (multi-point VTC) integrated voice, video and ITU T.120 data
  communications and collaboration services are required in order
  to increase productivity.  The respondents to this sources
  sought should provide a white paper, limited to 10 pages. White
  Papers should include: (1) description of the proposed system,
  (2) capabilities and specifications of the system: being sure
  to address (2a) survivability and reliability, (2b) capacity/scalability,
  (2c) manageability and (2d) maintainability, (3) proposed system
  architecture, (4) estimated system cost to include cost of
  operations and maintenance, (5) production/development status.
  This announcement is a sources sought for planning purposes
  and does not constitute a commitment, implied or otherwise,
  that a procurement will be issued. The information resulting
  from responses to this source sought and from the VVDC demonstrations
  will be used for technical and future acquisition planning.
  Systems proposed in the White Papers must be either existing
  technology or near existing (pre-production prototype). 
  The government invites comments related to possible purchase
  or acquisition strategies. Please include in your responses
  all existing contract vehicles (including GSA) for your system.
  All data received in response to this sources sought that is
  marked or designated as corporate or proprietary information
  will be fully protected from release outside the government.
  It is not the intent of the government to reimburse providers
  for the cost of submitting information in response to this
  source sought, or for costs associated with participating in
  the technology demonstration. Please direct any questions to
  the POC, Mrs. Cathy Moore via e-mail (mooremc@spawar.navy.mil).
  Interested vendors should submit White Papers by 4 P.M. on
  January 16, 2001 to the POC via e-mail or via two (2) complete
  sets of hardcopy materials to the above address to the attention
  of the POC.  Target date for notification of vendors selected
  for the demonstrations is February 1, 2001. This notification
  will provide additional information necessary for the installations.
  Installations shall be within 60 days of notification and the
  operational evaluations will run until September 30, 2001.
  The selection of vendors for the demonstrations will be based
  solely on information presented in the White Paper responses

LINKURL: https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
  information.
EMAILADD: mooremc@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: 24 Special Tactics Squadron, Bldg 3-1947, Room 105, Pope
  AFB, NC 28308-5000
SUBJECT: 58--LIGHT WEIGHT TACTICAL RUNWAY LIGHT
SOL N/A
DUE 013001
POC Andrew Martin 9102439057
DESC: The purpose of this sources sought synopsis is to obtain
  information from sources that feel they are capable of a Lightweight
  Tactical Runway Light (LTRL). The complete system must be capable
  of supporting a bi-directional runway and associated taxiways.
  The requirements are as follows: Each lamp shall have a minimum
  output of 15 candelas with an objective of 30 candelas and
  should utilize near white or white lamps to achieve the most
  energy efficient light output while allowing extended battery
  life. Lamps may utilize led, incadescent or novel technology
  to achieve the desired effect. The runway edge lights shall
  produce omni-directional white light with a single high intensity
  level. The Threshold/Terminus lights shall utilize red lights
  on one side and green lights on the other to allow for bi-directional
  use. The taxiway lights shall utilize blue lights to achieve
  the desired effect. Interchangeable lenses should not be used
  to achieve the required color function. Runway edge, taxiway
  edge, and threshold/Terminus lights shall be powered by commercially
  available and inexpensive disposable lithium or alkaline batteries
  such as he AA, AAA, and 9V. Each light shall have a minimum
  usable light output of siz (6) hours and an objective output
  time of sixteen (16) hours. Acceptable dimensions for each
  light is 3"x4"x2" with battery installed. In addition, Lightweight
  Tactical Runway Light General Arrangement Kit. This kit shall
  consist of 44 white runway edge lights, 10 red/green runway
  threshold/terminus lights, 20 blue taxiway edge lights. Each
  individual light must be capable of functioning independently
  of the other, enabling users to combine different combinations
  of lights to support a specific mission. The kit must be capable
  of being installed in support of a 10,000 foot runway in less
  than 30 minutes by a team of Air Force personnel. This is a
  sources sought and does not commit the Government to award
  a contract under the above listed terms, nor is the Government
  responsible to pay for bid proposal information submitted.
  Contractors responding to this RFI do so at their own expense.
  To be considered for a planned procurement, contractors should
  provide technical literature describing available products,
  cost information, and following products samples for evaluation:
  1 Runway edge light, 1 Runway Threshold/Terminus light, 1 Taxiway
  edge light. Data and product samples should be mailed to Mr
  Andrew Martin, 24th Special Tactics Squadron/DOR, Bldg 3-1947,
  Pope AFB NC 28308 (910)2439057. After a short evaluation period,
  individual lights will be returned to the contractor. 
EMAILADD: Martina@jdi.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: United States Special Operations Command, Directorate
  of Procurement (SOAL-KB), 2418 Florida Keys Ave., MacDill AFB,
  FL 33621-5316
SUBJECT: 59--MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS HEADSET COMPONENTS
SOL N/A
POC Ms. Sandra Smith, Contract Specialist, (813) 828-4820
DESC: The United States Special Command intends to negotiate
  on a sole source basis with three foreign sources, Source of
  Sound, Israel, Davies, United Kingdom and Invisio, from Denmark
  under the Foreign Comparative Testing Program under the authority
  of 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1) and FAR PART 6.302-1. These three individual
  procurements are for a quantity of approximately 20 each maritime
  communications headset components. The maritime headset components
  shall not impede normal peripheral vision. All external surfaces
  shall be rust and salt water resistant and finished in a flat
  neutral color that is non-reflective. The maritime communications
  components will be employed in environmental conditions that
  will range from tropic to arctic and from arid desert to open
  ocean (-40 to +140 degrees Fahrenheit, -40 to +60 degrees Celsius)
  with weather conditions associated with these environments
  to include limited visibility. Storage is required at 160 degrees
  Fahrenheit, 71 degrees Celsius. The headset will be required
  to interface with the current maritime impedance matching unit
  (Universal Matching Unit NAWCAD) and integrated Push-to-talk
  (PTT) unit. The headsets must incorporate noise-canceling microphone
  techniques in order to reduce noise contamination of the speech
  signal being transmitted. The microphone should be configured
  in a manner that will reduce the effects of wind that cause
  additional noise to be introduced into the speech signal. The
  headset design may consist of two versions in order to meet
  the operational requirements. The operations will include various
  combinations of ambient noises that may require the use of
  more than one type of headset in order to meet all noise exposure
  requirements and communications needs. The low noise situations
  will require the user to communicate after exiting salt water
  from a depth of approximately 24 meters (66 feet) while wearing
  the headset. The high noise situation will require hearing
  protection from high intensity continuous, impulse noise and
  high vibration while operating equipment stations on various
  high speed water craft (MK-V & NSW RIB), subject to salt-water
  splash and dunking. It is desired that the microphone to be
  engaged with a switch rather than voice actuated. Cabling from
  the headset may be coiled cable with an overall length of approximately
  24 inches. Connectors will be of the 10-pin Impulse waterproof
  type. The headset must be compatible with the current helmet
  shell(s). The communications system may be worn alone or with
  the helmet and will use an unobtrusive microphone and earpiece/ear
  cup system. The maritime communications system shall be capable
  of easily attaching/detaching from the helmet system only when
  the user desires. The communications system shall use a microphone
  and earpiece system that minimizes interference with hearing,
  peripheral vision, and/or other worn equipment. The headset
  system shall not interfere with cheek to stock weld. The headset
  components must operate with no power (AC/DC) requirements.
  The headset components must perform without being bagged or
  cased as the operator transitions from "lock out" depth to
  the surface. Included in the basic contracts will be technical
  support from the contractor during test and integration of
  the system. Each of the three contracts will include an option
  to procure production quantities in the estimated quantity
  of 1800 each, pending successful completion of testing and
  government's requirements. This requirement was initially advertised
  for potential sources through a market investigation in the
  Commerce Business Daily, dated November 15, 1999, Submission
  No. 400772. All responsible sources may submit proposals. All
  requests for the solicitation shall be submitted, in writing,
  to USSOCOM, ATTN: SOAL-KB (Ms. Sandra Smith), 7701 Tampa Point
  Blvd, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5323 or e-mail to smiths1@socom.mil.
  No telephone requests will be accepted. See numbered note 22.

LINKURL: http://soal.socom.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: smiths1@socom.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Naval Research Laboratory, Attn: Code 3420, 4555 Overlook
  Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20375
SUBJECT: 59--DESIGN, FABRICATE & TEST DUAL CHANNEL WIDEBAND BEAMFORMER
  CIRCUIT BOARD
SOL N00173-01-Q-0026
POC Darlene Copp 202-767-2374
DESC:  Naval Research Laboratory has a requirement for the design
  of a dual channel wideband beamformer circuit board and the
  fabrication and testing of two circuit boards.  "See Note(s)
  1" Response date to be determined at time RFQ is issued.
  RFQ will not appear on our web page until the 16th day after
  this notice appears in the Commerce Business Daily. 
LINKURL: http://heron.nrl.navy.mil/supply/Simplified_Acq_Frame%20.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: SolQnA@labmis.nrl.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087E3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in
  The = United States., Defense Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin
  Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20016
SUBJECT: 59--CONNECTOR BODY RECEIVER=20
SOL EA90095C018
DUE 010301
POC Point of Contact - Mr. Huang, Hsin-I, 202/895-6811
DESC: The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division requires
  :connector body receiver,etc . =20 Copies of the bidder's package
  for this procurement may be directly downloaded from our website,http://tecrodpd.com
  , or obtained from Mr. Huang, Hsin-I , Taipei Economic and
  Cultural Representative Office in The=20 United States., Defense
  Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.,=20 Washington,
  D.C. 20016; telephone: (202)895-6811, telefax: (202)966-4578.
  Your quotation should be recieved by us on or before 01/03/2001.
EMAILADD: edward@tecrodpd.com
EMAILDESC: 
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division
CITE: (D-348 SN5087M5)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, United States Air Force
  Europe, Rhine Ordnance Barracks, USAFE CONS, UNIT 3115, Germany,
  ., 09094-3115
SUBJECT: 59--FOTO PRINTER
SOL FOX51N03140001
DUE 010201
POC Iris Smyth, Mrs., Phone (49) 631 3539 176, Fax (49) 631 3539
  247, Email Iris.Smyth@ramstein.af.mil
DESC: NORITSU FOTOPRINTER QSS SYSTEM 2611 D8" OR EQUAL
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=FOX51N03140001&L=685
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Iris.Smyth@ramstein.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087O9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Disease
  Control and Prevention, Procurement and Grants Office (Atlanta),
  2920 Brandywine Road, Room 3000, Atlanta, GA, 30341-4146
SUBJECT: 59--PURCHASE 2 (EA) SMOKING MACHINES
SOL 2001-Q-00034
DUE 010201
POC Robert Christopher, Contract Specialist, Phone (770)488-2610,
  Fax (770)488-2670, Email RChristopher@CDC.GOV
DESC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) intends
  to purchase Smoking Machines and associated products from Filtronia
  Instrument Corporation to facilitate measurements of Nicotine,
  Tar, Carbon Monoxide and other Chemicals present in cigarette
  smoke. This company meets the experience and qualifications
  required as shown in this announcement. The following items
  are being procured under this quote: and a detail requirement
  is listed as follows: 1) 2 EA - ASM 516C FILTRONIA LINEAR SMOKING
  MACHINES WITH 16 INDEPENDENT PORTS, CAPABLE OF SMOKING ALL
  COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS 45 - 125 MM, 8 - 75 PUFFS VOLUME. PUFF
  FREQUENCIES OF 60 OR 30S. AUTO BUTT LENGTH DETERMINATION, AUTO
  COAL EXTINCTION, AUTO PUFF PROFILE AND VOLUME CHECK, AND ISD
  AND FTC COMPLIANT; 2) 96 EA - F33569 CAMBRIDGE FILTER HOLDER;
  3) 20 EA - F41330 FILTER PADS 44MM BOX OF 960; 4) 1000 EA -
  F66316 LAB SEAL BLUE 7.5 - 9.5 PCL; 5) 600 EA - F66317 NEOP
  WASHER 7.5 - 9.5; 6) 500 EA - F66332 LAB SEAL YELLOW 4.5 -
  5.49 D PCL; 7) 500 EA - F66333 LAB SEAL ORANGE 5.5 - 6.49 D;
  8) 500 EA - F66334 LAB SEAL GREEN 6.6 - 7.49 D; 9) 100 EA -
  F66335 NEOP WASHER 4.5 - 5.49MM; 10) 100 EA F66336 NEOP WASHER
  5.5 - 6.49MM; 11) 100 EA - F66337 NEOP WASHER 6.5 - 7.49MM;
  12) 4 EA - HALOGEN IR REFLECTOR LAMP; 13) 10 EA - F33523 CUTTING
  BLADE SM 500; 14) 2 EA - F33431 HUB SM 500; 15) 2 EA - F33432
  CLAMP WASHER SM 500; 16) 10 EA - F23778 SS CS SCREW SLOT; 17)
  20 EA - F68455 LUBE FOR PUFF ENGINE; 18) 20 EA - F62383 FUSE
  500 MA X 20 A; 19) 20 EA - F62312 FUSE 5A 20X5MM - SLOW; 20)
  20 EA - F62344 FUSE 10A 5X20 - SLOW; 21) 20 EA - F62385 FUSE
  5X20 10 A/S; 22) 1 EA - F41398 PVC TUBING 5X1.5MM; 23) 4 EA
  F71206 SILICONE TUBING 5IDX1.6WL; 24) 2 EA - F33145 HONEYCOMB
  STRAW; 25) 2 EA - LAMP HOLDER; 26) 1 EA - F33448 MOTOR (REWORK);
  27) 1 EA - F33004 SMOKING HEAD ASSY.; 28) 18 EA - PISTON SEAL;
  29) 36 EA - F41434 O RING; 30) 36 EA - F41098 O SEAL; 31) 36
  EA - F41132 O SEAL; 32) 18 EA - F41155 O RING; 33) 2 EA - F33036
  GASKET; 34) 2 EA - F71187 CYLINDER COMPACT 12X18; 35) 2 EA
  - F71193 VALVE 5 PORT 24 V DC; 36) 1 EA - F12945 TMS DUAL 8I/O
  PCB SM 500; 37) 1 EA - F13205 MICRO STEPPING DRIVE MODULE;
  38) 1 EA - F71200 SENSOR FORKED 4.5 - 28 V DC; 39) 6 EA - F64000
  TERMINAL CRIMP; 40) 2 EA - F64067 CRIMP TERMINAL HOUSING. This
  provider meets all of CDC's needs or requirements; however
  all responsible sources that can meet the requirements listed
  herein may submit a quote, which will be considered by the
  agency. Award will be made on the basis of responses to this
  synopsis 2001-Q-00034 and only responses containing this required
  data will be considered for the purpose of determining the
  award of this Purchase Order. If no feasible responses are
  received by the close of business, 15 calendar days from the
  date of this notice appearing in the CBD, procurement award
  will be made to the above-named source. This notice will represent
  the Government's only official notice of procurement. Delivery
  must be made within 6 - 8 Months of purchase. Quote shall include
  FOB Destination or FOB Origin, along with a required delivery
  schedule. NOTE: THIS IS A COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION FOR
  COMMERCIAL ITEMS PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FORMAT IN
  SUBPART 12.6, AS SUPPLEMENTED WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION INCLUDED
  IN THIS NOTICE. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLITICTATION;
  PROPOSALS ARE BEING REQUESTED AND A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE ISSUED. The following provision(s) apply to this acquisition:
  52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items (Mar 2000)
  applies to this acquisition; 52.212-2, Evaluation - Commercial
  Items (Jan 1999); 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items (Feb 2000) the evaluation criteria stated in paragraph
  (a) of this provision are as follows: (1) technical capability
  of the providing proposed chemicals to meet the requirements
  stated herein, and (2) price. The clause 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms & Conditions - Commercial Items (May 1999) applies to
  this acquisition. The following FAR Clauses are hereby added
  to this clause; The clause at 52.212-5 - Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders
  - Commercial Items (Aug 2000) applies to this acquisition.
  The following FAR Clauses are hereby added to this clause:
  52.247-35 F.O.B. Destination; 52. 247-31 F.O.B. Origin. The
  following clauses listed in paragraph (b) of 52.212-5 apply
  to this acquisition: (1), (3), (5), (7), (9), (11), (12), (13),
  (14), (15), (17), (18), (20) and (24). OFFERORS SHALL INCLUDE
  A COMPLETED COPY OF THE PROVISION AT 52.212-3, OFFERORS REPRESENTATIONS
  AND CERTIFICATIONS - COMMERCIAL ITEMS, WITH YOUR QUOTE. The
  best way to complete this certification is to download the
  FAR Clauses (Volume II) at http://www.arnet.gov/far, print
  out the clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certification,
  and fill in the appropriate blanks. Offers will be due 01/02/01
  by 2:00 PM EST at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
  Contracts Management Branch; Attn: Robert Christopher, Contract
  Specialist, 2920 Brandywine Road, Room 3000, Atlanta, GA 30341.
  FACSIMILE QUOTES WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED WHEN ADDRESSED APPROPRIATELY
  TO THE CONTRACT SPECIALIST, Robert Christopher at (770) 488-2670/2671
  and marked clearly for 2001-Q-00034. This information must
  be marked clearly on the envelope and/or facsimile cover page.
  All responsible sources that can meet the above requirements
  may submit a quote, which will be considered by the
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=2001-Q-00034&L=2965
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: RChristopher@CDC.GOV
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087P5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRON TUBE
SOL SP0960-01-R-X384
DUE 020301
POC For Information Only, Point of Contact - Jeanie Beisner,
  614-692-7413, fax 614-692-6929
DESC: This is an unrestricted procurement. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered. NSN 5960-00-166-7692,
  Electron Tube, Items to be i/a/w Military Specification MIL-PRF-1L
  dtd 3/29/96, Amendment no. 1 dtd 7/1/97, MIL-PRF-1L/770D, Type
  No. 5586. Approved sources: Communications & Power Industries
  (88236) and Marconi Applied Technology (6P860). This is a Qualified
  Products List item. Copies of the applicable military specification
  may be obtained from the Naval Publications and Forms Center
  (NPFC), See Note 9. All sources must be qualified to the current
  Qualified Products List at time of award (FAR 52.209-1), see
  Note #23. Solicitation is being issued for a one-year, indefinite
  quantity contract. Estimated annual requirement is 140 each.
  The solicitation contains two, 12-month option periods. Incremental
  pricing is requested for quantities of 25 through 299 each.
  Shipping destinations will be various DSCC stock sites as listed
  in the DSCC Master Solicitation as well as DSCC customers including
  FMS. The delivery schedule is 25 per month beginning 160 days
  after date of contract. See Note 26. Copies of this solicitation
  will be available at the DSCC website: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp
  after the issue date. The anticipated issue date of this solicitation
  is January 3, 2001. Offerors must download the solicitation
  and submit their proposals to the address provided in block
  8 of the RFP. 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
SOL SP0451-01-R-1160
DUE 020801
POC Sandi Archer/Contract Specialist, 804-279-3602, FAX 804-279-6009
DESC: ARG00340052001 Various NSNs covering electronic equipment.
   50% Small business set aside 50% set aside for 8(a). This
  will be for a firm fixed price requirements type contractor
  for a base year and 4 option years. Various manufacturers'part
  numbers are included. There is no technical data available
  for any of the requirements. If you wish a copy of the solicitation,
  DO NOT contact the buyer, instead, call the Request for R and
  B Hot Line at 804-279-3550 or FAX to 804-279-4165.  
EMAILADD: sarcher @dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRONIC COMPONENT
SOL SP0960-01-R-A316
DUE 021400
POC Rene' Peterson, 614-692-7417, M. E. Couture, Contracting
  Officer, 614-692-7318
DESC: NSN 5998-01-371-5634,ELECTRONIC COMPONENT, Northrop Grumman
  Corp (26512 p/n 128SCAV760-1 and Parker Hannifin Customer
  Support (59211) p/n 352-069-001.  PR Quantity is 48 each.
  Price breaks 20-24, 25-49, 50-74, 75-99, 100-150. Delivery
  schedule 48 each within 90 days, 20 each every 30 days to completion.
   Part numbered item, other than full and open competition.
  See Note 26.  Specifications, plans or drawings are not available.

EMAILADD: Rene.Peterson@dscc.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  DSCC website: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp after date of issue
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LEKB, 295 Byron Street, Robins AFB, GA 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRONICS COMPONENTS ASSY FOR END ITEM, TACON
  RADIO TEST SET
SOL F09603-01-Q-74000
DUE 011201
POC Donna Bailey/WR-ALC/LEKB, 478-926-7851 X151
DESC: Spares to be purchased. Item 0001:5998-01-120-6435QC; Qty:
  10 each; Noun:Electronics Components Assy for End Item: Tacan
  Radio Test Set (6625-01-078-5571); P/N:2001163-001 (cage 95750),
  commercial in accordance with FAR 12. Full and open competition.
  Anticipated issue date on or around: Dec. 28, 2000. See Note
  B
LINKURL: http://pkec.robins.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: donna.bailey@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508877)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLY
SOL DAAH01-01-T-0142
DUE 011201
POC AMSAM-AC-LS-S, Elisa Boyer, Contracting Officer, 256-955-9220
DESC: Nomenclature: Circuit Card Assembly, NSN: 5998-01-309-9319,
  PN: 197C8706 for a quantity of 32 each. Destination to be furnished.
  Delivery schedule 110 days after contract award. Offerors must
  be approved and qualified. The Government does not possess
  sufficient documentation to acquire this item from other than
  the qualified source. A technical data package which defines
  all engineering and quality requirements is not available.
  This proposed contract action is for supplies or services for
  which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only one, or a limited number of sources. Suggest those small
  business firms or others interested in subcontracting opportunities
  in connection with this procurement, make contact with the
  firm(s) listed. Foreign Firms are reminded that all requests
  for solicitation must be processed through their respective
  embassies. RFQ will be issued to: General Dynamics Armament
  Systems, Inc., 128 Lakeside Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401-4985.
  The closing date annotated is an estimated date and may be
  adjusted dependent upon the date of release of solicitation,
  however, solicitation will not close prior to the closing date
  stated above. All responsible sources may submit a bid/proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered by this agency, request
  solicitation package from address above, Attn: AMSAM-AC-LS-S,
  FAX Number 256-955-9220. The most recent representative unit
  price and quantity relative to this acquisition is: NSN 5998-01-309-9319,
  Award date 18 Sep 98, Qty: 8 each, Unit price: $1,585.00. The
  Government provides this price history without assuming the
  responsibility for any resulting conclusions or interpretations
  that may be made. The price history is provided for informational
  purposes only and should not be relied upon as a basis for
  offer/bid. Drawings, specifications, or other technical data
  are not available and will not be furnished. SEE NOTE 22 
CITE: (W-348 SN5088A5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 60--Fiber Optics Materials and Components, Assemblies,
  and Accessories
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Contracting Department,
  PO Box 97, Jacksonville, Florida 32212-0097
SUBJECT: 60--FLAW DETECTORS
SOL n68836-01-t-0048
DUE 010103
POC Purchasing Agent, Bobby Mathews, (904)542-1083 or faximile
  (904) 542-1111
DESC: The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville has
  a requirement for a Eddy Current Flaw Detector with accessories
  and attachments. Staveley model - EL 2000, qty 2 ea. delivery
  to be FOB destination to Naval Aviation Depot, Receiving Officer,
  Bldg 101, gate 1, NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL 32212. Only Written
  request accepted or Fax request to Contracting Officer at (904)
  542-1111 Note 21 applies  
EMAILADD: Bobby_A_Mathews@jax.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508816)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 61--POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0192
DUE 022301
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, Fax Number 256-955-9220
DESC: NSN: 6130-01-199-2068, PN: 13076193, Quantity: 16 each
  for base with a 100% option for 2 years, applicable to the
  TADS/PNVS. F.O.B. Origin with delivery to Orlando, FL. Required
  delivey is 16 each 330 (DACA) Days After Contract Award . This
  item is restricted to Lockheed Martin Corp., Missiles and Fire
  Control Orlando, 5600 West Sandlake Road, Orlando, FL 32819-8907.
  The closing date annotated is an estimated date and may be
  adjusted dependent upon the date of release of solicitation,
  however, solicitation will not close prior to the closing dated
  stated above. All offerors must meet prequalification requirements
  in order to be eligible for award. This part requires engineering
  source approval by the design control activity in order to
  maintain the quality of the part. Firms that recognize and
  can produce the required item described above are encouraged
  to identify themselves. Firms are encouraged to seek source
  approval in order to compete for future solicitations by accessing
  the website www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/ and looking under SAR
  information. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  shall be considered by the Agency. No telephone request will
  be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-A,Roberta
  B. Bodine, Contracting Officer on FAX number 256-955-9220.
   NOTES: 22 and 26 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 61--BATTERY, STORAGE
SOL DAAH01-01-T-0140
DUE 011201
POC AMSAM-AC-LS-S, Elisa Boyer, Contracting Officer, 256-955-9220
DESC: Nomenclature: Battery, Storage, PRON D11L0001, NSN: 6140-01-046-4286,
  P/N: 11507792, Quantity 351 each. Two (2) each first article
  required for testing. The proposed contract listed herein is
  100% small business set aside. Destination to be furnished.
  Delivery Schedule 290 days after contract award. 100 days for
  delivery of first article, 90 days testing and 100 days for
  delivery of production quantity. Delivery Schedule without
  first article, 100 days after contract award. The closing date
  annotated is an estimated date and may be adjusted dependent
  upon the date of release of solicitation, however, solicitation
  will not close prior to the closing date stated above. All
  responsible sources may submit a quotation, which shall be
  considered by this agency. Request solicitation package from
  address above, ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-S, FAX Number 256-955-9220.
  The most recent representative unit price and quantity relative
  to this acquisition is: NSN: 6140-01-046-4286, Award date 15
  Nov 99, Qty: 532 each, Unit price: $247.97. The Government
  provides this price history without assuming the responsibility
  for any resulting conclusions or interpretations that may be
  made. The price history is provided for informational purposes
  only and should not be relied upon as a basis for offer/bid.
  See Numbered Note(s): 1.     
CITE: (W-348 SN508811)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--BUS, CONDUCTORS
SOL SP0451-01-R-1147
POC Contract Specialist: Russell Wells (804) 279-5020
DESC: PR number ARG00311052001, Multiple NSNs for Bus, Conductors.
  NSNs are 6150-01-004-7765, 6150-01-160-4239, 6150-01-340-9455,
  6150-00-841-6626, 6150-01-088-6538, 6150-01-119-2996, and 6150-00-461-5126.
  This solicitation will result in the award of an indefinite
  quantity contract for a one year period with four option years.
  Estimated annual amounts will be provided in the solicitation.
  Ship to locations will be Direct Vendor Deliveries, Def Dist
  Depot San Joaquin, and DDSP New Cumberland. Inspection and
  Acceptance Point is destination. Requested delivery schedule
  is 30 days FOB Destination for Stock orders, 15 days FOB Origin
  for DVD orders. See notes 1 and 26. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer that will be considered. For copies of
  the RFP solicitation, fax the Bid Desk at 804-279-4165. The
  Contract Specialist is Russell Wells/BF945/804-279-5020, FAX
  804-279-1557. The KO is Lynn McCormick/804-279-4230. DSCR currently
  has approved technical data packages available for all NSNs.
  To obtain technical data, visit http://www.dscr.dla.mil/tdmd,
  mail DEFENSE SUPPLY CENTER RICHMOND, ATTN: DSCR-VABA, RICHMOND,
  VA 23297-5615, fax (804)279-4946, or phone (804)279-3356.

CITE: (W-348 SN508840)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 61--MOTOR, ALTERNATING
SOL DAAH23-01-R-0145
DUE 012601
POC Debra Scruggs, (256) 955-9237
DESC: SYNOPSIS: Request for Proposal (RFP) Number: DAAH23-01-P-0145;
  PRON: AX1F0302AX; NSN: 6105-01-105-6529; Quantity: 134 each,
  including 100 percent option quantities for two additional
  years; Part Number: 2311M-93; Sole Source to Rosemount Aerospace
  Inc.; Noun: Motor, Alternating; NAICS Code: 335312; Closing
  Date: 2001 January 26; Applicable to the UH-60 Aircraft. The
  closing date annotated is an estimate and may be adjusted dependent
  upon the date of release for solicitation, however, solicitation
  will not close prior to the closing date stated above. Deliveries
  are FOB destination to New Cumberland, PA, Texarkana, TX, and
  Stockton, CA. Point of Contact: Debra Scruggs, Telefax: (256)
  955-9327; Office: AMSAM-AC-LS-C. To obtain this solicitation
  package, send a telefax to the person shown above, being sure
  to include company name, address, telephone number, and solicitation/RFP
  number. The only approved source is Rosemount Aerospace Inc.
  This part must be acquired from a manufacturing source specified
  on a source control or selected item drawing as defined by
  the current version of DoD-STD-100. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer to be considered. Firms are encouraged
  to seek source approval in order to compete for future solicitations
  by submitting a source approval request (SAR) package to AMCOM,
  AMSAM-AR-EI-FS/James Procyk, (256) 313-4907, Building 5681,
  Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000. Foreign firms are reminded
  that all requests for solicitation must be processed through
  their respective embassies. Adequate technical data is not
  available for this acquisition. See Numbered Notes 22, 23,
  and 26.
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1239, Oo-Alc 6012 Fir
  Avenue, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5820
SUBJECT: 61--UMBILICAL CABLE ASSEMBLY
SOL F42600-01-Q-23399
DUE 022201
POC Paula Buckley/Lhkc/[801]775-6848, For additional information
  contact Paula Buckley/Lhkc/[801]775-6848
DESC: Item 0001 NSN 6150-01-375-5432TA P/N: 89010028 89010028-2,
  P/N 89010028-2, Cable assembly used to connect the P4B/P4BX
  pod to the aircraft. Used in conjunction with F-15 training.
  30ea. Applicable to: P4b/P4bx Pod. Destn: Hill Air Force Base,
  Ut 84056-5820. Delivery:30 Jul 2001 30 ea The approximate issue/response
  date will be 02 JAN 2001. The anticipated award date will be
  22 Feb 2001. Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  See our Web page. To: Metric Sys Corp, Ft Walton Beach FL.
  It is suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described are
  incomplete or not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. This proposed procurement is under a 100 percent
  small business set aside the size standard for which is 100
  employees. An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear concerns
  from offerors or potential offerors during the proposal development
  phase of this acquisition. The purpose of the Ombudsman is
  not to diminish the authority of the program director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements,
  and recommendations to the appropriate government personnel.
  When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality
  as to the source of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the source selection process.
  Interested parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your
  concerns are not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991.
  ATTENTION: Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor
  Registration to be eligible for contact award or payment from
  any DOD activity. Information on registration and annual confirmation
  requirements may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or
  via the Internet at http://www.ccr2000.com The Government physically
  does not have in its possession sufficient, accurate, or legible
  data to purchase this part from other than the current source(s).
  See Note (s) 1, 26.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Buckley.Paula@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 61--ELECTRIC WIRE AND POWER AND DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
SOL SP0451-01-R-1246
DUE 020601
POC Sandi Archer, Contract Specialist, 804-279-3602 - FAX 804-279-6009
DESC: FPG00341000685, NSN 6150-01-390-2041, Cable assembly, special
  purpose, electrical, Lockheed Martin and DCX/Chol Enterprises
  P/N 16VU100-76, 10 each. There is no technical data available
  for this item, only the manufacturers' part numbers are acceptable.
    Please do not contact the buyer for a copy of the solicitation,
  but call the "R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350 or FAX 804-279-4165.

EMAILADD: sarcher@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5088A1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Directorate of Medical
  Materiel, Bldg 6, 700 Robbins Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: 65--DEFIBRILLATOR, MONITOR, RECORDER 
SOL SP020001Q2049
DUE 010401
POC Kelly Teel, Buyer, 215-737-2108, fax 215-737-7197, Barbara
  Lessner, KO
DESC: 6545-01-267-2701, Defibrillator, Quantity to be purchased
  18, Unit of issue ea, Destination: Ft. Bragg, NC. This is an
  Unrestricted Acquisition.  
LINKURL: httpl/www.dscp.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kteel@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs So. Texas Health Care
  System, 7400 Merton Minter Boulevard, San Antonio, Texas 78284
SUBJECT: 65--RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS
SOL 671-8Q-01
DUE 122200
POC Contracting Officer - Sally A. Lanoue, Contracting Officer,
  (210) 617-5153
DESC: This solicitation is issued in accordance with Federal
  Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 5.102 (a) (7). There will be no
  written solicitation made available. Amendments issued to this
  solicitation will also be available at this URL. Offerors are
  advised that they are responsible for obtaining amendments.
  This solicitation is prepared in the commercial item format
  and is consistent with FAR Part's 2 and 12. North American
  Industry Code 325412 applies. The small business size standard
  is 750. The STVHCS, Audie L. Murphy and Kerrville Divisions,
  has a requirement for various Radiopharmaceuticals, for the
  period of January 1, 2000 thru September 30 ,2001 with 4 option
  years for renewal. Delivery will be required as scheduled or
  within 30 to 60 minutes after placement of order. The Government
  intends to evaluate offers and award a contract without discussions,
  therefore, the offeror's initial offer should contain the offeror's
  best terms. However, the Government reserves the right to conduct
  discussions if later determined by the Contracting Officer
  to be necessary. All responsible sources may submit an offer.
  The government anticipates making a single award to the most
  highly qualified offeror, however in accordance with the terms
  of the solicitation the government may exercise the right to
  make multiple awards. Facsimile and telephonic requests are
  not acceptable. Offeror's must use the electronic medium outlined
  above. Sealed offers should be submitted to the address listed
  on page 1 of the solicitation. The point of contact will be
  Sally Lanoue, Contracting Officer, by telephone at (210) 617-5153,
  by facsimile at (210) 617-5255, or by e-mail at Sally Lanoue@med.va.gov,
  Solicitation prepared in accordance with Federal and VA Acquisition
  Regulations and is current through FAC 97-20.
LINKURL: http://www.bos.oamm.va.gov/solicitation?number=671-8Q-01
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sally.lanoue@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087V2)

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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 66--SYNCHRONIZER,ELECTR
SOL N0038301RP186
DUE 012201
POC Contact Point, Lisa A Zimmermann, 0222.04, (215)697-1178,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Brian
  Byrnes, 0222, (215)697-6534
DESC: NSN 7R-6625-01-411-7072-A9, IAW Ref Nr 2047AS321-01, Qty
  5 SE, Delivery FOB Origin-- Drawings are not available. See
  note 26.*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087N5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division,
  Bldg 2272 Suite 353, 47123 Buse Road, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: 66--INSTRUMENTS & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
SOL N00421-01-Q-0097
DUE 010901
POC Betty Goddard, Contract Specialist, (301) 757-9719
DESC: Solicitation number N00421-01-Q-0097 is issued as a Request
  for Quotation (RFQ). DFARS 252.204-7004 " Required Central
  Contractor Registration" applies to all solicitations issued
  on/after 6/1/98. Lack of registration in the CCR database will
  make an offeror ineligible for award. Please ensure compliance
  with this regulation when submitting your offer. Call 1-888-227-2423
  or view at http://ccr.edi.disa.mil for more infornation. The
  Naval Air Warfare Center/Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), Atlantic
  Test Range has a requirement for 1 ea, p/n M345x12 12" x 12"
  blackbody and 1 ea, p/n N315x12ht 12" x 12" blackbody. The
  following specifications apply to these parts: item 1 -- temperature
  range : 25 degrees celsius less than ambient,temperature to
  148.9 degrees celsius; temperature resolution of 0.1 degree
  celsius or better; stability: 0.1 temperature accuracy: 25
  mk; method of control: precision digital self-tuning PID controller;
  emissivity: 0.98; emitter area: 12 " x 12"; digital communication:
  rs 422; item 2: temperature range: ambient temperature + 10
  degrees celsius to 600 degrees celsius; temperature resolution
  of 0.2 temperature accuracy: 0.9 degree c; method of control:
  precision digital self-tuning PID controller; emissivity: 0.90;
  emitter area: 12 " x 12"; digital communication: rs 422. Award
  is to be made under Simplified Acquisition Procedures. All
  responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered
  by the agency. Request for the RFQ shall be sent by email or
  faxed to (301)757-0200, Attn: Betty Goddard, Contracts, goddardba@navair.navy.mil.
  Estimated RFQ issue date is 03 Jan 01. The proposed contract
  is set aside for small business concerns. 
EMAILADD: goddardba@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Federal Emergency Management Agency, Mt. Weather Emergency
  Assistance Center, 19844 Blue Ridge Mountain Road, Bluemont,
  VA 20135
SUBJECT: 66--RELAY TEST SETS
SOL EMV-2001-RQ-0008
POC Maria L. Martin, Contract Specialist, 540-542-2300
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for the purchase
  of AVO International items to include two Protective Relay
  Test Set, Multi Amp Model SR98-1/60 and one Dynamic Frequency
  Test Set, Multi Amp Model FTS-1000 in accordance with the format
  in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written
  solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation number is
  EMV-2001-RQ-0008. The solicitation is issued as a Request for
  Quotes (RFQ). The solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-20. The NAICS Code applicable to this RFQ is 335314.
  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) proposes to
  procure the relay test sets to properly assess conditions of
  relays to keep operational. Item 0001: Quantity of two (2)
  each, Protective Relay Test Set, Multi Amp Model SR98-1/60
  multipurpose, lightweight, high current/high power output field
  portable test set or equal. MANDATORY SPECIFICATIONS: Large
  Variable contrast LDC display screen; display screen prompts
  operator; display screen provides five different languages;
  output current and voltage sine waves are generated digitally;
  memory hold metering; AC/DC voltage output can be operated
  independently of AC current output; timer has independent start
  and stop gates, current accuracy mode; interface port, phase
  shift capability (0 to 359.9 degree); selectable output frequencies;
  circuit breaker simulator; non-volatile RAM; RS-232 and parallel
  printer ports; universal input voltage; input power- 90 to
  253 volts AC; Output-three independent controlled adjustable
  outputs; AC main output current rated for 920 VA with four
  different output terminals; AC AUX Voltage output is independently
  controlled; Start/Stop monitor gates; start latch; stop latch;
  protection from short circuits and prolonged overloads; weight
  52.5lb. ITEM 0002: Quantity of one (1) Dynamic Frequency Relay
  Test Set, Multi-AMP FTS-1000 portable, lightweight, output
  10-500 Hz, microprocessor-based relay test equipment or equal.
  MANDATORY SPECIFICATIONS: Self contained test set with variable
  frequency, voltage, timing, control and monitoring functions;
  voltage and frequency settings are independently incremented
  by a rotary knob or pushbutton controls; Large high intensity
  LED display; accuracy of voltage output is plus/minus 0.3%
  of setting; typical accuracy of the frequency output is plus/minus
  0.005% of setting; universal operation from a single phase
  source of 85 to 265 volts, 50/60 Hz; output potential source
  has continuous duty cycle rating of 60 volt-amperes; numerous
  protective circuits are incorporated, including thermal protection
  of the power amplifier; an insolated contact monitoring and
  sensing system circuit is incorporated; compatible with 6 languages;
  recessed front panel. DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS: Contractor to
  deliver items to the following addresses: Federal Emergency
  Management Agency, Federal Emergency Assistance Center, 19844
  Blue Ridge Mountain Road, Bluemont, VA 20135. Contractor to
  provide best delivery schedule. DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE: Contractor
  to provide descriptive literature of proposed make and model
  to be furnished in accordance with FAR Clause 52.212-1 "Instructions
  to Offerors--Commercial Items" section b (f). Failure of an
  offeror to submit descriptive literature for a proposed "or
  equal" product will result in that product being rejected from
  further consideration. Further, descriptive literature, which
  fails to show that the proposed product(s) complies with the
  requirements stated above, will result in the rejection of
  that product(s). EVALUATION INFORMATION: The Government will
  award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the responsible
  offeror whose proposal conforming to the solicitation will
  be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors
  considered. Contractor must meet all the requirements detailed
  within this solicitation. Price is of equal importance when
  compared to technical. Proposal Preparation Instructions: The
  provision at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors - Commercial,
  applies to this acquisition. Offerors shall provide a firm
  fixed-price for Items 0001 and 0002. Any shipping charges shall
  be added as a separate line item on the quote. Successful contractor
  must meet all the responsibility requirements of Subpart 9.1
  of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). If the contractor
  does not accept Government credit card purchase, a written
  notice of award or acceptance of proposal, mailed or otherwise
  furnished to the successful offeror, shall result in a binding
  contract without further action by either party. Offerors are
  to include a completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, with their
  response. The following clauses also apply: 52.212.1 Instructions
  to Offerors -- Commercial Items, 52.212-2 Evaluation -- Commercial
  Items (The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers
  (1) Price (2) Technical and (3) Past Performance); 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items; 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items; 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity (E.O.
  11246); 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Special Disabled
  and Vietnam Era Veterans (38 U.S.C. 4212); 52.222-36, Affirmative
  Action for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793); 52.225-3, Buy
  American Act - Supplies (41 U.S.C.10). The full text of these
  provisions and clauses may be accessed electronically at http://www.arnet.gov/far/
  or http://www.gsa.gov/far. The due date for submission of quotes
  is December 28, 2000 at 4:30 p.m., local time, to FEMA, Mt.
  Weather Emergency Assistance Center, 19844 Blue Ridge Mountain
  Road, Bluemont, VA 20135; Attn: Maria L. Martin - Bldg. 413.
  All requests for information are to be addressed to Maria L.
  Martin, Contract Specialist (540) 542-2300. Technical and/or
  administrative questions must be received no later than three
  (3) business days after publication of this notice and may
  be faxed to (540) 542-2631 or 2632 or sent via electronic mail
  to maria.martin@fema.gov. Offerors are responsible to comply
  with this notice and any amendments thereto. Amendments to
  the RFQ will be published in the same manner as the initial
  synopsis/solicitation.
EMAILADD: maria.martin@fema.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 1310 24th
  Ave., S., Nashville, TN 37212
SUBJECT: 66--RENTAL OF IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND SPECIAL STAINS
  SYSTEM
SOL 626-01-27
DUE 122600
POC Susan Hilley, 615-327-5312
DESC: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Nashville, TN intends
  to negotiate with Ventana Medical Systems on a sole source
  basis for rental of a NexES Automated Immunohistochemistry
  and Special Stains System. This Notice of Intent is not a request
  for competitive proposals however, all proposals received by
  December 26, 2000 will be considered by the government. Information
  received as a result of this synopsis will be consideted solely
  for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a coompetitive
  procurement. All essential characteristics will be outlined
  in the solicitation. All requests must be in writing. Requests
  may be faxed to 615-321-6351. 
EMAILADD: Hilley.Susan@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: National Institute of Standards & Technology, Acquisition
  & Assistance Div.,100 Bureau Drive Stop 3572, Bldg. 301, Rm
  B117, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3572
SUBJECT: 66--LASER SYSTEM
SOL Requisition Number 01-842-4090
DUE 121500
POC Anita Tolliver, Contracting Officer, (301) 975-6308; Fax
  (301) 963-7732
DESC: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  intends to enter into a sole source purchase order with Continuum,
  3150 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, California 95051 under
  the authority of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart
  13.106-1(b) Soliciting from a single source. This requirement
  is for a quantity of one (1) of each of the following commercial
  items: CLIN 0001, Model Powerlite 7010 Q-switched ND:YAG Laser
  System, 10Hz; CLIN 0002, DS-1, TS Temperature Stabilized Second
  (Type I) and Third Harmonic Generators; and CLIN 0003, SI -
  5000 Injection Seeder for SLM Operation. This requirement is
  to replace a critical scientific laser that is essential for
  the operation of an experiment studying the properties of ultracold
  plasmas. The laser that is being replaced was manufactured
  by Continuum, as is the new laser being procured. This is critical
  because many of the expensive components of the old laser are
  still compatible with the new laser, and will be used as back-up
  parts to minimize downtime in the future. No other manufacturer's
  components would be compatible, as they are proprietary to
  Continuum. In addition, a sophisticated timing system was developed
  to precisely control the laser timing, and this system can
  be used directly with a new laser from the same manufacturer,
  but would not translate to another manufacturer's product.
  The Government anticipates the sole source award of this purchase
  order to Continuum under FAR Part 12, Commercial Item Acquisition,
  utilizing FAR Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Procedures. The
  NAICS Code applicable to this requirement is 334516 with a
  size standard of 500 employees. This requirement is a 100%
  small business set-aside. The estimated award date is 3 days
  after publication of this notice. The delivery time is a maximum
  of 15 days ARO and delivery is FOB Destination. Interested
  persons may identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirements noted above. This notice of intent to award
  a sole source purchase order to Continuum is not a request
  for competitive quotations; however, the Government will consider
  all responses received within 2 days after publication of this
  notice. A determination by the Government not to compete this
  proposed requirement based upon responses to this notice is
  solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  A Request for Quotation (RFQ) package is not available. See
  Numbered Note 1. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508841)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: 66--F/A-18 A/B AND C/D TEST STAND FOR EVALUATING FATIGUE
  CHARACTERISTICS
SOL N68335-01-RFI-007
DUE 010201
POC Alice Tornquist, (732) 323-4316, FAX (732) 323-4822
DESC: This is a Request for Information (RFI). There is no solicitation
  available at this time. The Government will not pay for any
  information received in response to this RFI, nor will the
  Government compensate any respondent for any cost incurred
  in developing the information provided to the Government. The
  purpose of this RFI is to gather data to determine the feasibility
  of the current schedule and to obtain a rough order of magnitude
  for the cost of the effort described herein provided it is
  approved.   The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
  (NAWCAD) Lakehurst is interested in identifying a major sub-contractor
  to support the Naval Air Systems Team (TEAM) in building a
  test stand for F/A-18 A/B and C/D. The purpose of the test
  stand is to support and subject an actual F/A-18 to cyclical
  loads to evaluate fatigue characteristics. The Government will
  use the results of the evaluation on fatigue characteristics
  to determine the feasibility of extending the life expectancy
  of the aircraft. The need for the support of a private vendor
  is due to the very limited time schedule allowed for the completion
  of the test stand. The Prototype and Manufacturing Department
  (PMD) located at the NAWCAD Lakehurst, acting as the prime
  contractor for this effort, has estimated that this effort
  would require approximately 50,000-75,000 man-hours of manufacturing
  and/or fabrication and/or assembly work, including machining,
  welding, fastening, and installing. If the program is approved,
  work must begin in the March April 2001 timeframe and the goal
  is to fully assemble the fixture at the Naval Air Warfare Center
  Aircraft Division Patuxent River MD facility within a 7-month
  period. The approach is for PMD and one or several selected
  subcontractor(s) to work concurrently fabricating major sub-assemblies
  at their respective sites, and delivering and erecting the
  subassemblies into the final fixture at NAWCAD Patuxent River,
  MD. All interested parties are requested to provide a breakdown
  of labor categories (including machining, welding, fabrication,
  assembly and any other category determined necessary) totaling
  up to 75,000 man-hours of fabrication/manufacturing support
  for this effort. The estimated percentage level of effort for
  each of the above mentioned labor categories is as follows:
  machining (25%), welding (40%), fabrication (20%) and assembly
  (15%). Information submitted should include hourly rates per
  labor category (including overhead, G&A and profit), and all
  costs for all equipment and tools. Also include a summary of
  previous corporate experience relevant to this effort. Assume
  all raw materiel to be government furnished. However, feel
  free to include an estimate of the cost of any and all material
  necessary to meet the requirements as called out on drawings
  to be provided as additional information. Lastly, given the
  timeframe for completion, the government assumes that a staffing
  plan will have to be developed and executed in order to support
  this effort. A copy of this plan should be provided.   The
  RFI package, consisting of high level drawings, is anticipated
  to be available no later than 14 December 2000, with responses
  to the package anticipated to be due in 15 days. Requests for
  the RFI package shall be submitted to Ms. Alice Tornquist,
  Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Code 25231B129-2,
  Highway 547, Lakehurst NJ 08733-5082, who may be reached at
  (732) 323-4316, fax (732) 323-4822 or e-mail tornquistal@navair.navy.mil.

EMAILADD: tornquistal@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN508843)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 68--Chemicals and Chemical Products
OFFADD: Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in
  The = United States., Defense Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin
  Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20016
SUBJECT: 68--TEPANOL(HX-878)
SOL XD89004C024
DUE 122000
POC Point of Contact - Mr. Chen, Der-Chang, 202/895-6812
DESC: The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division requires
  :Tepanol(HX-878). Copies of the bidder's package for this procurement
  may be directly downloaded from our website,http://tecrodpd.com
  , or obtained from Mr. Chen, Der-Chang , Taipei Economic and
  Cultural Representative Office in The=20 United States., Defense
  Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.,=20 Washington,
  D.C. 20016; telephone: (202)895-6812, telefax: (202)966-4578.
  Your quotation should be recieved by us on or before 12/20/2000.
EMAILADD: wei@tecrodpd.com
EMAILDESC: 
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division
CITE: (D-348 SN508836)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 69--Training Aids and Devices
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Attn: DSCP-CO, Building
  6, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5092
SUBJECT: 69--HOUSING ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0100-01-Q-4066
DUE 011001
POC Heidi Haya, DSCP-COCG, (215) 737-3087, FAX: 737-8143
DESC: Subject Request for Quotations is hereby issued with a
  CLOSING date of  10 JANUARY 2001. Please submit your offer
  by FAX to Heidi Haya at (215) 737-8143 by the above date, 3:00
  PM (local time). NSN 6920-01-295-3827 Housing Assembly, Guided
  Missile Training, Part Number 7038187. Total Quantity = 1900
  EA. Four (4) deliveries starting 120 days or better after date
  of award to New Cumberland, PA and Tracy, CA Depots. FOB Destination.
  Inspection and Acceptance at Origin. Past Performance/Experience
  information and/or First Artcicle may be required. There is
  zero% variation in quantity. This procurement is being issued
  as a Total Small Business Set Aside. Contractors MUST be registered
  in the CCR. When submitting offer please provide the place
  of performance and the inspection point addresses. To request
  a copy of the RFQ send your request BY FAX to Heidi Haya. All
  responsible sources may submit offers which DSCP shall consider.
  Notes: 1,9,26.
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 69--Training Aids and Devices
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 69--SCORING DEVICES
SOL DH120-01
DUE 021301
POC Mr. Don Catlett, Contract Specialist, AMSAM-AC-S-H, 256-876-5209,
  Mr. James Fletcher, Contracting Officer, AMSAM-AC-SM-H, 256-876-729.
DESC: 17. Pan Number DH 120-01--The Army STRICOM Targets Management
  Office (TMO)seeks information on commercially available scoring
  devices. Subject devices will be used primarily in support
  of U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery (ADA) live fire and simulated
  training exercises in support of the National Training Center
  (NTC), other Combat Training Centers (CTCs), Foreign Military
  Sales (FMS) customers, and Other Government Agencies (OGAs)
  within the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the
  Continental United States (OCONUS). The TMO envisions procurement
  of similar scoring devices characterized as affordable and
  expendable. The contractor will also provide all required ground
  support equipment (GSE), i.e., launchers, fire control boxes,
  special test equipment, peculiar equipment, as well as operational
  and engineering services. Potential providers of scoring devices
  should address software interfaces for scoring operations,
  hours of operation, facilities, security, worker identification,
  training, equipment identification, innovation, safety, environment,
  and contractor(s) past performance. Target descriptions and
  associated scoring requirements for the following targets are
  not intended as exact specifications, but are provided as points
  of departure: (1) MQM-107 Streaker, (2) BQM/MQM-34 Firebee,
  (3) Ballistic Aerial Target System (BATS), (4) Full Scale Fixed-Wing
  (e.g., QF-106, QF-4), (5) Pop-Up Ground Targets, and (6) Future
  Acoustics, Doppler Radar, and Laser Sensing Systems requirements.Descriptions
  may be accessed at: http://www.stricom.army.mil/stricom/aboutus/organization.
   Click on "PM ITTS" under the Command Group, then "Targets
  Management Office (TMO), Redstone Arsenal, Alabama" for each
  target. Both Aerial and Ground Target links will be identified
  as a blue hyperlink. If unsuccessful with Web access, contact
  the Point of Contact for this announcement to request a hardcopy
  of the same on-line information (paperless access in accordance
  with the FY 1996 National Defense Authorization Act (Public
  Law 104-106)). System maturity as evidenced by demonstrated
  performance and flight data from off-the-shelf systems is highly
  preferred. Lengthy development alternatives are not desired.
  Interested parties should be willing to allow a site visit
  by a Government team to review related documentation, information,
  and test data. Respondents should also address schedule and
  availability of candidate system(s) to be flight demonstrated.
  A contract vehicle containing firm-fixed price and non-fee
  bearing cost reimbursement lines is anticipated. While full
  and open competition is contemplated for any solicitation to
  provide these scoring devices, competition will be restricted
  to organizations which have, or are capable of obtaining, a
  facility clearance which authorizes handling of classified
  U.S. Defense information. This announcement does not constitute
  an obligation on the part of the Government to acquire any
  products or services. The Government does not intend to award
  a contract on the basis of this instrument, or pay for data/information
  obtained. It is highly desirable that data and information
  submitted be provided with unlimited rights. However, if proprietary/restricted
  information is submitted in response, it must be clearly marked
  as an addendum to non-restricted/non-proprietary data/information.
  The Government will not be responsible for information/data
  received without proper markings. Any company which has expertise
  to provide the required scoring devices is invited to submit
  a statement of interest within 20 days, along with data to
  substantiate these qualifications. Data provided to substantiate
  qualifications should include information on existing products
  that meet the general characteristics stated in this announcement
  and reason(s) why a suggested product could be expected to
  achieve the capabilities requested. Sources identifying similar/compatible
  experience should provide contract number(s) of any current
  or previous Government contracts for similar products/services.
  All e-mail attachments must be Microsoft Word 6.0 accessible.
  Each company must clearly mark each page submitted. Companies
  that have commercially available products meeting the approximate
  requirements for the above mentioned scoring equipment are
  encouraged to submit their product descriptions.  Cite: 

CITE: (W-348 SN5088A3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Defense, Television-Audio Support Activity
  (T-ASA), Contracts Division, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan,
  CA 95652
SUBJECT: 70--COMPUTER WORKSTATION
SOL MDA112-01-Q-0002
DUE 122100
POC Susan Donbroski, Contract Specialist, (916)643-0290, e-mail:
  donbroski@tasa-exchange.army.mil; or Richard H. Talbert, e-mail:
  talbert@tasa-exchange.army.mil
DESC: This is a modification/correction to the notice synopsized
  7 Dec 00. The item description is corrected to show the following:
   Part Number: SG330-00008 W/UPG 3 ea., Graphics Workstations;
  dual processor; Model: 330 Visual Workstation w/Microsoft
  operating system; c/o 330 workstation w/dual 800mhz Pentium
  III processors, 512mb PC133 sdram, 18.2GB ultra 160 SCSI hard
  drive, VR3 GFX 64mb DDR, MS NT 4.0 OS (p/n sg330-00008) w/following
  upgrades: keyboard, mouse, speakers, power cords, monitor cable,
  & user manual (p/n 91-AD001-001), 2ea additional 512mb sdram
  modules (p/n KSG-NT230/512), 21-in Northern Hemisphere monitor
  (p/n 91-AB945-003), 6-ft MD 68-pin to MD 50-pin SCSI cable
  assembly (p/n 6214-6), & Adaptec ultra SCSI card (p/n 1821900).
   Part Number: SG550-00006 W/UPG 1 ea., Graphics Workstation;
  dual processor; Model: 550 Visual Workstation w/Microsoft operating
  system; c/o 550 Workstation w/dual 800mhz Pentium III Xeon
  processors, 512mb PC133 rdram, 18.2gb ultra 160 SCSI hard drive,
  VR3 GFX 64mb DDR, & MS NT 4.0 OS (p/n SG330-00008) w/following
  upgrades: keyboard, mouse, speakers, power cords, monitor cable,
  & user manual (p/n 91-AD001-001), additional 512mb pc800 rdram
  (2 x 256mb RIMMS) (p/n 91-AD144-004), 21-in Northern Hemisphere
  monitor (p/n 91-AB945-003), 6-ft MD 68-pin to MD 50-pin SCSI
  cable assembly (p/n 6214-6), & Adaptec ultra SCSI card (p/n
  1821900). The date for submission of quotes remains unchanged.

CITE: (W-347 SN5087E7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, MS 204, 12201 Sunrise Valley
  Drive, Reston, Va 20192
SUBJECT: 70--POINT OF SALE SYSTEMS
SOL N/A
DUE 122800
POC Karen Staubs, Contracting Officer, 703-648-7901 fax
DESC: The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has a requirement for
  hardware upgrades, software installation, and setup for 10
  Point of Sale (POS) systems, located throughout various USGS
  locations. THE USGS ANTICIPATES AWARDING THE PURCHASE ORDER
  TO HSG, INC. This company originally customized the Infocorp
  software that the POS systems use. To meet the needs of the
  government, the software is also maintained for the USGS by
  HSG, Inc. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY;
  no formal RFQ will be available. Vendors who can provide this
  type of service and have knowledge of the customized software
  are invited to provide an affirmative response to this notice.
  An affirmative response must include, but not limited to offered
  products/services, price lists, warranties and any additional
  information indicating a bona fide ability to meet this requirement.
  All responses must be in writing, no telephone requests will
  be accepted.
EMAILADD: kstaubs@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087O4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: 70--INSTALLATION/UPGRADE OF EXISTING ATC SOFTWARE
SOL RFQ 034-T14-59/LT
DUE 122000
POC Contact Lorraine Tsosie, Contract Specialist (520) 871-1305
  or Jack Tarro, SCO (520) 871-5863
DESC: abContractor to install/upgrade existing Pneumatic Tube
  System to a computerized system at USPHS-Tuba City Indian Medical
  Center, Tuba City, AZ. Only authorized PYS/ATC firm shall update
  11 stations,4 diverters, 1 position displacement blowers in
  the process of installing the computerized system. Main computerized
  system consist of Pentium II PC with 4.3GB;Dot Maxtrix Printer;
  Tube 5 system software Smart UPS, system interface card,game
  port card, 56K baud modem, 3 sets of technical manuals intercom;
  with the new installation, training is required for all users
  with TCIMC. Only written request(s) shall be honored. FAX NO.
  520/871-1477. Request for Quotation No. 034-T14-59/LT-Closing
  date is 20 Dec 2000 at COB Local Time: 4:45 P.M.
EMAILADD: lorraine.tsosie@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087U2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Bureau of the Census, Procurement Office, FOB #3, Room
  1541, Washington,(Suitland, MD) DC 20233
SUBJECT: 70--RARITAN SOLUTION
SOL 25-1-21128
POC Pamela A. Miller 301-457-3547
DESC: The Bureau of the Census intends to award a contract using
  simplified acquisition procedures to Hy-Tek LTD. Tech. Products,
  6502 Micro Drive, Dayton, MD 21036 to procure the following:
  (1) Paragon 8x32 Switch (UMT8), (2) Users Stations (UST1),
  (32) CPU Cable with local access (UKVMC), (1)Rack Mount for
  Switch (BR-UMT8), (2) TeleRemote (TelRm), (4) Video Share 1PC/2
  monitors (VD12), (4) Extension Cable 20' (CMV-6M), (6) Power
  On/Off Switch (NPS-115). Interested parties may identify their
  interest and capabilities in response to this requirement no
  greater than 15 days from the published date of this announcement.
  This notice constitutes the entire solicitation; no additional
  information is available. Offers may be fax to 301-457-8465
CITE: (W-348 SN5087U5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Acquisition Services Division (6TS-A), 1500 Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 70--SRS TECHNOLOGIES - INTENT TO AWARD
SOL 6TSA-01-JMT-0047
DUE 122000
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration intends to issue a
  contract to SRS Technologies under the authority of FAR 6.302-1
  through solicitation number 6TSA-01-JMT-0047. The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 90-42.
  Only one responsible source and no other supplies or services
  will satisfy agency requirements. A justification for Other
  than Full and Open Competition has been prepared in support
  of this acquisition. This procurement is to obtain Other Direct
  Costs on a Schedule buy modification to an existing contract
  that cannot be separated from the procurement. This procurement
  is to provide Combat Forces Assessment Model User Group and
  Configuration Control Board in the development and implementation
  of the CFAM User Group and Database. The proposed contract
  action is for supplies or services for which the Government
  intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source under
  authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may identify their
  interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit
  proposals. This notice is not a request for competitive proposals.
  All proposals received by close of business, 12/20/2000 will
  be considered by the government. A determination by the Government
  not to compete this proposed contract based on responses to
  this notice is solely within the discretion of the government.
  Information received will be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  Inquiries will only be accepted by FAX at 816-823-3322 or email.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=P&P=6TSA-01-JMT-0047&L=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Y3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  (FTS), Technical Services Division (4TRF), 401 West Peachtree
  Street, N.W., Suite 2700, Atlanta, GA, 30365-2550
SUBJECT: 70--MEMORY UPGRADE ASTRO SABERS
SOL 4TAF-00-RD-001
DUE 121300
POC Rosa Debro, Program Operations Assistant, Phone (404) 331-3604,
  Fax (404) 331-3628, Email rosa.debro@gsa.gov - Barbara Tarantine,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (404) 331-1446, Fax (404) 331-2759,
  Email
DESC: SUBJECT: D-Amendment to Memory Upgrade Astro Sabers Contact
  Rosa Debro Contracts Specialist, 404/331-3604/Teresa Harris/Contracting
  Officer, 404/331-7838. Description: This is an amendment to
  the original combined synopsis/solicitation dated December
  8, 2000 with 1st US Army, Forest Park, GA to provide Motorola
  or compatible upgrades to increase the memory capabilities
  of the existing 306 Motorola radios, prepared in accordance
  with the procedures and format of FAR part 12.6, as supplemented
  with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested
  and a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. This requirement
  is not a set aside. This requirement is for the existing Motorola
  Astro Saber Firmware upgrades to increase memory of 306 radios,
  1st Army Astro Saber Radios (I, II, III). These radios need
  to be flashed to IMBE signaling and therefore making them compatible
  with current radios and project 25 Industry Standard. These
  radios require a firmware increase to memory to 1 MBYTE. In
  addition to upgrading the Firmware/memory to 1MBYTE Motorola
  would also flash each radio to IMBE signaling, using software
  flash kits purchased by First Army. The digital equipment and
  smart zone system for the Motorola radios are unique, by allowing
  repeaters to expand the radio network. Products will be overnight
  Pickup and Delivery via Fed Ex or UPS with depot supplying
  preprinted RMA forms and airbills containing account number
  and address. Delivery will be 30 days ARO. Delivery will be
  made to the following HQ, Major Childers; First US Army; Forest
  Park, GA . The following clauses apply to this acquisition:
  52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial; 52.212-2 Evaluation
  - Commercial Items, award will be made to the offeror who best
  meets the technical requirements at the lowest price; 52.212-3
  Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items;
  52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items;
  52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders (a); (b) 0(1), (3), (6), (7),
  (8), (9), (10), (16). All responsible sources may submit a
  proposal which shall be considered by the agency. Proposals,
  representations and certifications may be submitted via email
  to the address below or fax to 404-331-6130 LINKURL www.it-solutions.gov
  LINKDESC: 
  EMAILDESC: 
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=4TAF-00-RD-001&L=161
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: rosa.debro@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508834)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Technical Services Division,
  4890 University Square, Suite 3F, Huntville, AL 35816
SUBJECT: 70--MEMORY UPGRADE ASTRO SABERS
SOL 4TAF-00-RD-001
DUE 121800
POC Contact Rosa Debro Contracts Specialist, 404/331-3604/Teresa
  Harris/Contracting Officer, 404/331-7838
DESC: SUBJECT: D-Amendment to Memory Upgrade Astro Sabers Contact
  Rosa Debro Contracts Specialist, 404/331-3604/Teresa Harris/Contracting
  Officer, 404/331-7838. Description: This is an amendment to
  the original combined synopsis/solicitation dated December
  8, 2000 with 1st US Army, Forest Park, GA to provide Motorola
  or compatible upgrades to increase the memory capabilities
  of the existing 306 Motorola radios, prepared in accordance
  with the procedures and format of FAR part 12.6, as supplemented
  with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested
  and a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. This requirement
  is not a set aside. This requirement is for the existing Motorola
  Astro Saber Firmware upgrades to increase memory of 306 radios,
  1st Army Astro Saber Radios (I, II, III). These radios need
  to be flashed to IMBE signaling and therefore making them compatible
  with current radios and project 25 Industry Standard. These
  radios require a firmware increase to memory to 1 MBYTE. The
  digital equipment and smart zone system for the Motorola radios
  are unique, by allowing repeaters to expand the radio network.
  Products will be overnight Pickup and Delivery via Fed Ex or
  UPS with depot supplying preprinted RMA forms and airbills
  containing account number and address. Delivery will be 30
  days ARO. Delivery will be made to the following HQ, Major
  Childers; First US Army; Forest Park, GA . The following clauses
  apply to this acquisition: 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial;
  52.212-2 Evaluation - Commercial Items, award will be made
  to the offeror who best meets the technical requirements at
  the lowest price; 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications
  - Commercial Items; 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions
  - Commercial Items; 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders (a); (b)
  0(1), (3), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (16). All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal which shall be considered by
  the agency. Proposals, representations and certifications may
  be submitted via email to the address below or fax to 404-331-6130.

LINKURL: www.it-solutions.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rosa.debro@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508850)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 72--Household and Commercial Furnishing and Appliances
OFFADD: Supply Department, U S Naval Academy, 181 Wainwright
  Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5007
SUBJECT: 72--HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES
SOL N0016101Q0033
DUE 123100
POC Mrs Wilma Phoebus, Contract Specialist 410-293-3398 Fax 410-293-5293
DESC: The U S Naval Academy has a requirement to purchase and
  delivery of the following appliances: 30" Gas Ranges, 21 CF
  refrigerators, 30" range hoods, and dishwashers. Color must
  be white on white. Whirlpoos shall be the suggested make (model
  numbers available upon request). These appliances must meet
  the UL Code Approval. Each appliance shall be delivered on
  the dates specified to the address where the appliances are
  to be delivered: First Delivery on 11 Jan 2001 to U S Naval
  Station, Alder Road, Annapolis MD. Dishwasher (energy star).
  4 each. Range 30", Gas. 4 each. Refrigerator 21CF (energy star).
  4 each. Range Hood 30". 4 each. Second delivery on 17 Jan 2001
  to U S Naval Station, Alder Road, Annapolis, MD. Dishwasher
  (energy star). 4 each. Range 30", Gas. 4 each. Refrigerator
  21CF (energy star). 4 each. Range Hood 30". 4 each. Third delivery
  on 18 Jan 2001 to U S Naval Station, Fig Court, Annapolis,
  MD. Dishwasher (energy star). 4 each. Range 30", Gas. 4 each.
  Refrigerator (energy star) 21CF. 4 each. Range Hood 30". 4
  each. Fourth delivery on 30 Jan 2001 to U S Naval Station,
  Alder Road, Annapolis, MD. Dishwasher (energy star). 4 each.
  Range 30", Gas. 4 each. Refrigerator 21CF (energy star). 4
  each. Range Hood 30". 4 each. Shipping. 1 Lot. This is an unrestricted
  soliciation. Requests for copy of request for quotation N0016101Q0033
  must be in writing. No telephone requests will be honored.
  Interested quoters may mail or fax their requests to the attention
  of Mrs. Wilma Phoebus. Fax number is 410-293-5293. Mailing
  address is Supply Dept.,  U S Naval Academy, 181 Wainwright
  Rd., Annapolis MD. 21402-5007. This solictation's deadline
  is 31 Dec 2000 at 1530. 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087U6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 73--Food Preparation and Serving Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 73--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-73-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Janna Babcock, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-1299,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email janna.babcock@gsa.gov - Cheryl Sharp,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1807, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email cheryl.sharp@gsa.gov
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-73-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: janna.babcock@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Z7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 74--Office Machines, Text Processing Systems and Visible
  Record Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Oceanographic Office, Contracting Division CODE
  N41, Stennis Space Center, MS 39522-5001
SUBJECT: 74--THERMAL GRAY SCALE PRINTER, PNGSP-1086 SERIES 500
SOL N62306-01-Q-7012
DUE 121500
POC Karen Artis/228-689-8339/228-689-8392 (fax) 
DESC: The Naval Oceanographic Office plans to procure Thermal
  Gray Scale Paper, quantity. The synopsis for a commercial item
  is prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6.
  Solicitation N62306-01-Q-7012 is issued for a request for quotation.
  This is a full and open procurement under NAICS 333319, size
  standard of 500 employees. The purchase order type will be
  firm fixed price. All responsible sources may submit a quotation
  and all quotations received by the closing date specified herein
  shall be considered by the agency. To be considered, the quotations
  must meet the agency's requirements as specified in the specifications.
  Quotes must be accompanied with descriptive literature which
  may be submitted via fax or email. Failure to submit literature
  may result in disqualification. To request a copy of the solicitation
  and requirements, submit request in writing via fax or email
  to K.J. Artis. FAX (228-689-8392); email artisk@navo.navy.mil.
  See note #1. 
LINKURL: na
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: artisk@navo.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087O8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 80--Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound, Bldg
  467 W Street, Code 200 Bid Desk, Bremerton, WA 98314-0051
SUBJECT: 80--PAINT COATING SYSTEM
SOL N00406-01-T-0031
DUE 111700
POC Monique Klose (360)476-5651
DESC: Due to the changing needs of the government, this requirement
  is hereby canceled in its entirety.  
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 80--Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives
OFFADD: Red River Army Depot, Contracting Directorate, 100 Main
  Drive, Texarkana, TX 75507-5000
SUBJECT: 80--COATING, ALIPHATIC POLYURETHANE
SOL DAAE32-01-T-0057
DUE 013101
POC William L. Horton, Jr. Contract Specialist 903-334-2542 Donald
  E. Kennedy Contracting Officer 903-334-2656
DESC: Requirements purchase order for NSN 8010-01-232-8514, 383
  Green, Aliphatic Coating, Polyurethane, 60 drums (estimated),
  and NSN 8010-01-276-3641, 686 Tan, Aliphatic Coating, Polyurethane,
  40 drums (estimated), MIL-C-53039A (ME) May 1993. Qualified
  Products List items, QPL 53039-19 25 Sep 1995. Period of service
  will be one year after award of purchase order. FOB Destination,
  Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 75507-5000, Request for
  Quote will issue on or about 10 Jan 01 and will be available
  for download from website www.redriver.army.mil at that time.
  All responsible sources may submit a quote which will be considered.
LINKURL: www.redriver.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: wlhorton@redriver-ex.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Y2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 80--Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 80--HARDWARE STORE MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE 51 V
SOL FSC-80-6FES-E6-970173-R4
POC Selwyn Calahan, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-1291,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email selwyn.calahan@gsa.gov - Judith Ross,
  Contract Specialist/Officer, Phone (816) 823-1286, Fax (816)
  823-3109, Email
DESC: Solicitation No. 6FES-E6-970173-R4 is a refresh of the
  Hardware SuperStore solicitation (6FES-E6-970173-R3) issued
  August 2, 2000. This solicitation includes substantial changes
  to clauses, as a result of regulatory requirements, and includes
  clauses to allow for Evergreen contracting, whereby resulting
  contracts, may be awarded for a 5-year contract with 3, separate
  5 year options. This is a unique solicitation which replaces
  existing schedule solicitations in FSC groups 32, 34, 35, 37,
  41, 51, 52, 73, 80, 91, and introducing miscellaneous services
  for grounds beautification and maintenance; preparation and
  application of chemical compounds. The first part of this solicitation
  includes all clauses, which must be completed by ALL offerors.
  The second part of this solicitation includes Attachments 1
  through 11. Each offeror shall complete the attachment(s) that
  pertain(s) to the commodity (ies)/service(s) which they intend
  to offer. Enclosures 1 and 2 are applicable only to Attachment
  3, Hardware Store. Attachment 1 is Commercial Sales Practice
  (CSP-1). A separate CSP must be completed for each commodity/service.
  Attachment 2, Subcontracting Plan Format. This MUST be completed
  by large business offerors only. Attachment 3, Hardware Store,
  previously 51 V Attachment 4, Paints, Coatings, Sealants, Adhesives,
  Fuels and Lubricants Department, previously 80 III A Attachment
  5, Appliance Department, previously 41 I Attachment 6, Tools
  Department, previously 51 I B Attachment 7, Lawn and Garden
  Department previously 37 II A Attachment 8, Woodworking and
  Metalworking Machinery and Equipment previously under Attachment
  6, Tools - 51 I B Attachment 9, One Stop Paint Shop previously
  under Attachment 4 as 80 I A Attachment 10, Preparation and
  Application of Chemical Compounds (Services) - NEW Attachment
  11, Beautification Center (Services) - NEW Enclosure 1, Criteria
  for JWOD Hardware Distributors (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) Enclosure 2, Application for Authorization to
  Distribute JWOD Hardware Items (Applicable to Attachment 3,
  SIN 105-002) The Solicitation and Attachments are uploaded
  in FSC 51.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=R&P=FSC-80-6FES-E6-970173-R4&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: selwyn.calahan@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508803)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, DSCP-CR, Building
  6, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 84--SHOE, DRESS WOMEN'S POROMERIC AND SHOE DRESS WOMENS(THIN
  SOLE LEATHER)
SOL SP0100-01-R-0015
DUE 012301
POC D. Rivello, 215-737-2479
DESC: Item: Shoe, Dress Wmn's Poromeric shall be manufactured
  IAW PD 9405. Quantity to be procured is: Base Term: MIN: 58,440/MAX:
  110,496. Two  term options will be included in this solicitation
  for a qty of MIN: 52,974/ MAX: 110,496   ITEM: Shoe, Dress
  Wmns, (Thin Sole Leather) shall be manufactured IAW PD-9405.
   Quantity to be procured is: Base Term: MIN: 30,000/MAX: 55,195.
  Two term options will be included in this solicitation for
  a qty of MIN:32,862/ MAX: 68,460.  Delivery will begin 135
  days after date of award.  Destination: Bill and Hold  Best
  value/source selection procedures will be utilized with the
  following evaluation factors: PDM, Experience/Past Performance,
  Bill & Hold,  Socioeconomic Support Evaluation, DLA Mentoring
  and Javits-Wagner-O'Day Entity Support(JWOD). A technical
  proposal citing all information above  must be submitted with
  offer at time of closing.  To request a copy of specification
  or solicitation, fax your request to  215-737-7429, ATTN:
  Debbie Rivello.  
EMAILADD: paa3979@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087P1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Attn: DSCP-CO, Building
  6, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5092
SUBJECT: 84--CLOTHING, INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT AND INSIGNIA
SOL SP0100-01-R-4021
POC Phyllis Daraio 215-737-7221 phone 215-737-5655 fax numbers
DESC: See notes 1,9,26. Insignia, Embroidered, Flash, (Bluebird
  Background), For Beret, United States Army. This solicitation
  will be awarded as a Requirements Type Contract - Indefinite
  Quantity Delivery Contract. Contract will contain Basic and
  two options 12 Month Term Extensions. Delivery is required
  45 days after date of award. Destinations, 1.Witney, Oxfordshire
  United Kingdom, 2. Woonsocket, RI, 3. Hialeahgardens, FL, 4.
  Guangzhou City Panyu, Peoples Republic of China. Five each
  first articles are required on or before 15 days after date
  of award. All Berets are made in accordance with specification
  Mil-I-14652A dated 15 August 1986, and I/A/W Dwg A-4-187 dated
  22 November 2000. Buy American Act Applies. All material will
  be furnished by the contractor. No past procurement history
  available.  NSN: 8455-01-480-4556 QUANTITIES MIN MAX  BASIC
  4.1 MIL 6 MIL OPTION 1 2 MIL 4 MIL  OPTION 2 2 MIL 4 MIL
    Complete item description will be given with issuance of
  solicitation. Drawings and specifications will be supplied.
  Copies of this soliciation will be made available on the DLA
  Procurement Gataeway on or about 05 January 2001 at http://progate.daps.mil/home
  or http://12.3.216.20/home at time of solicitation issuance.
  From the Gateway homepage, select "search RFP's" from the right
  hand sidebar. Then choose the RFP you wish to download. RFP's
  are in portable document format (pdf). In order to download
  and view these documents you will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader.
  This sofeware is available free at http://www.adobe.com. In
  addition, to receive E-mail Notification of RFP's you must
  register with the USER PROFILE feature of the Gateway. Specifications/patterns
  and/or other applicable documents will be furnished with RFP
  when issued. Contractor must have DUNN's Number, Cage Code
  and be CCR Registered. Call 1-888-227-2423 or via the Internet
  at http://ccr.edi.disa.mil for information on registeration.

EMAILADD: pdaraio@exmail.dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508853)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: Navy Region, Mid-Atlantic Norfork, Naval Amphibious Base
  Little Creek Site, Supply Logistics, 1475 D Street, Bldg. 3015,
  Norfolk, VA 23521-2497
SUBJECT: 84--RECONDITIONING OF HELMETS
SOL N61414-01-Q-8007
DUE 121300
POC Mary H. Tuttle, 757-462-7499
DESC: Solicitation is Cancelled in it's entirety.***** 
LINKURL: http://cbdnet.access.gpo.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mtuttle@nablc.cmar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5088A0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 87--Agricultural Supplies
OFFADD: USDA, ARS, NPA, 1201 Oakridge Drive, Suite 150, Fort
  Collins, CO 80525-5562
SUBJECT: 87--HERBICIDES AND INSECTICIDES
SOL RFQ 005-82HW-01
DUE 011001
POC POC Procurement Assistant, fax 970-229-5531
DESC: The USDA, ARS, U. S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay
  Center, NE, requires the acquisition of commercial farm herbicides
  and insecticides. Commercial items procedures will be used.
  This is a 100% set-aside for small business (fewer than 500
  employees). 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087T0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Medical Center, 600 South
  70th Street, Lincoln, NE 68510
SUBJECT: 89--MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
SOL 636A5-13-01
DUE 122200
POC Leigh Porter (402) 486-7915
DESC: Provide Milk and Dairy products to the Omaha, Lincoln,
  and Grand Island Division of the Department of Veterans Affairs
  Nebraska Western Iowa Health Care System for the period of
  January 1, 2001, through December 31, 2001. Interested offerors
  are to submit written or faxed requests to the Contracting
  Officer. Offers are to be received by close of business on
  Friday, December 22, 2000.
EMAILADD: leigh.porter@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Medical Center, 600 South
  70th Street, Lincoln, NE 68510
SUBJECT: 89--BREAD AND BAKERY PRODUCTS
SOL 636A5-14-01
DUE 122200
POC Leigh Porter (402) 486-7915
DESC: Provide Bread and Bakery products to the Omaha, Lincoln,
  and Grand Island Divisions of the Department of Veterans Affairs
  Nebraska Western Iowa Health Care System for the period of
  January 1, 2001, through December 31, 2001. Interested offerors
  are to submit written or faxed requests to the Contracting
  Officer. Offers are to be received by close of busienss on
  Friday, December 22, 2000.                

EMAILADD: leigh.porter@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087H0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Directorate of Subsistence, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia,
  Attn: DPSC-HFV, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: 89--MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 
SOL SP0300-01-R-D016
DUE 012901
POC Kathy Morris, Contract Specialist, 215-737-7518; Pat Amendolia,
  Contracting Officer, 215-737-4469
DESC: Milk and Dairy products for: US Naval Station and US Naval
  Hospital, Roosevelt Roads, PR; Fort Buchanan; and Ramey Job
  Corps, PR. Delivery period of 12 months beginning April 1,
  2001 and ending March 30, 2002. This is an unrestricted acquisition.
  All responsible sources may submit a proposal which shall be
  considered by the agency. Facsimile responses are accepted
  at fax number (215) 737-9300.
LINKURL: http://progate.daps.mil/home
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kmorris@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-348 SN508846)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Bureau of Land Management, WY-951, 5353 Yellowstone Rd.,
  PO Box 1828, Cheyenne, WY 82003
SUBJECT: 99--STRAW WATTLES
SOL KAQ010027
DUE 012601
POC Susan F. Nagel, Contracting Officer 307-775-6056
DESC: Furnish all labor, supervision, equipment, supplies, materials,
  and other incidentals, to supply Straw wattles for erosion
  control. Straw wattles are tubes of straw. Straw rolls are
  manufactured from straw that is wrapped in tubular plastic
  or organic fiber netting. Material: Rice Straw, Netting: Degradable
  plastic or other biodegradable material, Dimensions: Diameter
  - (9" to 12", Length - 20" to 25", Weight - 1 to 2 lbs. Quantity
  of 748 each. Delivery to the Worland Field Office, Worland
  Wyoming. Preference is first to small business set-aside. Delivery
  5 February 2001. You may request a copy of the solicitation
  by faxing your request to (307)775-6317, No phone requests
  please. Expected issuance of this solicitation is on or about
  27 December, 2000. Ensure you reference the solicitation number,
  title, and enclose your complete mailing address. All responsible
  sources may request a copy of the solicitation and may submit
  a proposal which will be evaluated.***** 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087S1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 99--INTEGRATED PRESENTATION CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL Reference-Number-FU050602900200
DUE 121400
POC Judy Haeffner, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9255, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil - Karen Kersey,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 618-256-9258, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: Air Mobility Command (AMC), Scott Air Force Base IL, is
  seeking quotes on an Integrated Presentation Control System
  in the CCR (3rd Floor, Bldg 1600. Due to inclement weather,
  an additional site visit will be held at 0900 on 18 Dec 2000.
  All interested parties shall meet in the lobby of Building
  1600 to be escorted to site area. Quotes will be due 02 January
  2001. Please call Judith A. Haeffner, (618)256-9255 to confirm
  attendance.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=Reference-Number-FU050602900200&L=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087T9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 99--INTEGRATED PRESENTATION CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL Reference-Number-FU050602900200
DUE 121400
POC Judy Haeffner, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9255, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil - Karen Kersey,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 618-256-9258, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: Air Mobility Command (AMC), Scott Air Force Base IL, is
  seeking quotes on an Integrated Presentation Control System
  in the CCR (3rd Floor, Bldg 1600. Due to inclement weather,
  an additional site visit will be held at 0900 on 18 Dec 2000.
  All interested parties shall meet in the lobby of Building
  1600 to be escorted to site area. Quotes will be due 02 January
  2001. Please call Judith A. Haeffner, (618)256-9255 to confirm
  attendance.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=Reference-Number-FU050602900200&L=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087U1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 99--INTEGRATED PRESENTATION CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL Reference-Number-FU050602900200
DUE 121400
POC Judy Haeffner, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9255, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil - Karen Kersey,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 618-256-9258, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: Air Mobility Command (AMC), Scott Air Force Base IL, is
  seeking quotes on an Integrated Presentation Control System
  in the CCR (3rd Floor, Bldg 1600. Due to inclement weather,
  an additional site visit will be held at 0900 on 18 Dec 2000.
  All interested parties shall meet in the lobby of Building
  1600 to be escorted to site area. Quotes will be due 02 January
  2001. Please call Judith A. Haeffner, (618)256-9255 to confirm
  attendance.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=M&P=Reference-Number-FU050602900200&L=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: judy.haeffner@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087U4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Dahlgren Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, 17320
  Dahlgren Road, Dahlgren, VA 22448-5100
SUBJECT: A--EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITION (ERGM) TYPE P AND
  N COMPONENTS WITH A BASIC QUANTITY OF 75 EACH AND TWO OPTION
  QUANTITIES OF 50 EACH
POC SD11 Branch at (540)653-7478
CNT N00178-01-C-1008
AMT $666,334
LINE 0001-0043
DTD 121100
TO Classic Machine and Engineering, Inc., 10989 Richardson Road,
  Ashland, VA 23005
LINKURL: http://www.nswc.navy.mil/supply
LINKDESC: 
  Site
EMAILADD: sd11@nswc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFRL - Wright Research Site, Det 1 AFRL/PK, Bldg 167, Area
  B, 2310 8th Street, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, 45433-7801
SUBJECT: A--TRUST NEGOTIATION FOR OPEN SYSTEM
POC Kimberly Atkinson, Contract Negotiator, Phone (937), Fax
  255-4149, Email Kimberly.Atkinson@wpafb.af.mil - Dr Martin
  Stytz, Program Manager, Phone (937) 255-4264, Email Martin.Stytz@wpafb.af.mil
CNT F33615-01-C-1805
AMT $128,172.00
DTD 120800
TO BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, A261 ASB, PROVO, UT 84602
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F33615-01-C-1805&L=904
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Kimberly.Atkinson@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087S2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: US Army Materiel Command Acquisition Center, Army Research
  Laboratory Contracting Division, Attn: AMSSB-ACA-P, 2800 Powder
  Mill Road, Adelphi, Maryland 20783-1197
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A PASSIVE MILLIMETER-WAVE
  CAMERA FOR GROUND-BASED AND AIRBORNE PLATFORM APPLICATIONS
POC Christi L. Winkler, Contract Specialist, 301-394-3385, Lee
  A. Hess, Contracting Officer, 301-394-4593
CNT DAAD17-01-C-0009
AMT $4,542,226.00
DTD 121300
TO Trex Enterprises Corporation, 10455 Pacific Center Court,
  San Diego, CA 92121
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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Office of Naval Research, 800 North Quincy St., Arlington,
  VA 22217-5660
SUBJECT: A--NEARSHORE SEDIMENT SUSPENSION AND FLUX IN RESPONSE
  TO NONSTATIONARY PROCESSES
POC Julie M. Holtz ONR Code 252, (703) 696-2598
CNT N0001401M0038
AMT (BAA, 31 - AUG 2000), $33,019.00
DTD 121300
TO Northwest Research Association Inc., P.O. Box 3027, 14508
  NE 20th Street, Bellevue, WA 98007-3713
CITE: (W-348 SN508839)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: B--SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING SUPPORT - DOMESTIC
POC  Jane M. Cochran, Contracting Officer, Phone (216) 433-2739,
  Fax (216) 433-2480, Email Jane.M.Cochran@grc.nasa.gov
CNT NAS3-00173
AMT $9017386
DTD 111600
TO A S R C Aerospace Corporation, 6301 Ivy Lane, Ste #300, Greenbelt,
  MD 20770
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=A&pin=22#NAS3-00173
LINKDESC: 
  Awards Page
CITE: (D-348 SN508801)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bld 1233, Oo-Alc 6072 Fir
  Avenue, Hill Air Force base, Ut 84056-5820
SUBJECT: D--REPAIR OF THE HIGH VOLT/LOW VOLT POWER SUPPLY
CNT F42620-01-D-0016, F42620-00-R-0111
AMT $317,500
DTD 121200
TO International Enterprises Inc, 108 Allen St, Talladega Al
  35160-1399
CITE: (I-348 SN508885)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (fcp), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, Coast Guard Island, Building 54A, Alameda, CA, 94501-5100
SUBJECT: D--INMARSAT SERVICES
POC Terry Craft, Purchasing Agent, Phone 510/437-3004, Fax 510/437-3014,
  Email tcraft@d11.uscg.mil
CNT DTCG89-01-N-65N401
AMT $4.75(INMARSAT-A) $1.95(INMARSAT-B) $1.70 (Mini-M)
DTD 121300
TO John Tidrow and Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 35167, Fayetteville,
  NC
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=DTCG89-01-N-65N401&L=498
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: tcraft@d11.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508896)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound, Bldg
  467 W Street, Code 200 Bid Desk, Bremerton, WA 98314-0051
SUBJECT: G--ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
POC Jennifer Santiago (360)476-4999
CNT N00406-01-c-5001
AMT $85000
DTD 113000
TO CNRN-MWR, 610 Dowell Street, Keyport WA 98345
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons,
  Procurement and Property Branch, 320 First Street NW, Washington,
  D.C. 20534
SUBJECT: G--RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER SERVICES
POC Elaine P. Peebles, Contracting Officer (202)616-1647
CNT J200c-507
AMT $1,044,630.00 Estimated Base Period Amount
DTD 121300
TO PACT, Inc., 2056 South State Road 2, Valparaiso, Indiana 46385
EMAILADD: epeebles@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508858)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: J--AMPLIFIER,ELECTRONI, IN REPAIR/MODIFICATION OF
POC Contact Point, Marsha L Williams, 0215.7, (717)605-2742,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Jennifer
  B Dieter, 0215.1, (717)605-4446
CNT N0010499GA4055158, NIIN 004378121
AMT $98,745
LINE 0001
DTD 122200
TO Itt Industries Inc , Van Nuys ,CA 91409-7713
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087M6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Program Operations Division-Metro (1PM), 10 Causeway
  Street, Room 985, Boston, MA, 02222-1077
SUBJECT: J--MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE, JFK FEDERAL BUILDING, BOSTON,
  MA
POC Marie Fouhey, Contracting Officer, Phone (617) 565-7308,
  Fax (617) 565-7147, Email marie.fouhey@gsa.gov - Lillie Boyd,
  Clerk/OA, Phone (617) 565-5816, Fax (617) 565-7147, Email lillie.boyd@gsa.gov
CNT GS-01P-00-BWC-0133
AMT $2,862,000
DTD 112400
TO UNICCO Government Services, Inc. 275 Grove St. Suite 3-200
  Auburndale, Mass. 02466-2239
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-01P-00-BWC-0133&L=131
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: marie.fouhey@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087S3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 60th
  CONS, 350 Hangar Ave. Bldg 549, Travis AFB, CA, 94535
SUBJECT: J--PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF RTAS DIGITAL DICTATION
  SYSTEM
POC Timothy Elzy, Contracting Officer, Phone 707-424-7764, Fax
  707-424-0288, Email timothy.elzy@travis.af.mil - Mary Cooper,
  Contract Buyer, Phone 707-424-7726, Fax 707-424-2389, Email
  mary.cooper@travis.af.mil
CNT F0462601MX204
AMT $30,277.50
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Sudbury System Inc RTAS System 31 Union Avenue Sudbury MA
  017763367
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F0462601MX204&L=861
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: timothy.elzy@travis.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087V9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (fcp), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, Coast Guard Island, Building 54A, Alameda, CA, 94501-5100
SUBJECT: J--PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ON AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
POC Terry Craft, Purchasing Agent, Phone 510/437-3004, Fax 510/437-3014,
  Email tcraft@d11.uscg.mil
CNT DTCG89-01-P-4AB032
AMT $31620(base yr) $33204(Opt yr 1)$34860(Op yr )
DTD 121300
TO Cornerstone Air Conditioning, 1318-D Hart Street, Honolulu,
  HI
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=DTCG89-01-P-4AB032&L=498
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: tcraft@d11.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508895)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: N--Installation of Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.3), Patuxent
  Naval Air Station, Bldg 2272, Lexington Park, MD 20670
SUBJECT: N--EXERCISE FY01 OPTION ON VH03D SPAR
POC Jude J. Landrum, AIR 2.3.2.3.1, (301) 757-5240
CNT N00019-98-C-0136
AMT $5,143,343.00
LINE N/A
DTD 111600
TO Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, 6900 Main Street, P.O. Box
  9729, Stratford CT 06615-9129
EMAILADD: landrumjj@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087W9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: N--Installation of Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.3), Patuxent
  Naval Air Station, Bldg 2272, Lexington Park, MD 20670
SUBJECT: N--EXERCISE FY01 OPTION ON VH-3D CNSU/SLEP
POC Jude J. Landrum, AIR 2.3.2.3.1, (301) 757-5240
CNT N00019-96-C-0165
AMT $3,819,000.00
LINE N/A
DTD 111600
TO Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, 6900 Main Street, P.O. Box
  9729, Stratford CT 06615-9129
CITE: (W-348 SN508819)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: N--Installation of Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.3), Patuxent
  Naval Air Station, Bldg 2272, Lexington Park, MD 20670
SUBJECT: N--EXERCISE FY01 OPTION ON VH-3D CNSU/SLEP
POC Jude J. Landrum, AIR 2.3.2.3.1, (301) 757-5240
CNT N00019-96-C-0165
AMT $3,819,000.00
LINE N/A
DTD 111600
TO Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, 6900 Main Street, P.O. Box
  9729, Stratford CT 06615-9129
EMAILADD: landrumjj@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508820)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Acquisition Opeations
  Service (93A), 810 Vermont Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20420
SUBJECT: Q--REGIONAL, METROPOLITAN, AND MULTI-STATE NURSING HOME
  CARE SERVICES
POC Cathy Collins, Administrative Contracting Officer; 202-273-4812;
  Melissa Powell, Contracting Officer, 202-273-8792
CNT 101-10-99
AMT $100,000-30,000,000
LINE 0001-2044
DTD 120100
TO A total of eleven Regional Nursing Home Contracts were awarded
  under this solicitation, listed as follows: 1) Britthaven,
  Inc., 1435 Highway 258 N, Kinston, NC 28502-0159; 2) Care Initiatives,
  1611 West Lakes Parkway, West Des Moines, IA 50266; 3) Crestwood
  Behavioral Health, Inc., 7590 Shoreline
LINKURL: www.va.gov/oa&mm/acquisition/contracts/rnh/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: cathy.collins@mail.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  officer via e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN5087R5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Navajo Area Indian Health Service, PO Box 9020, Attn:
  Contracts & Grants, Window Rock, AZ 86515-9020
SUBJECT: Q--REMOVAL PROSTETIC SERVICE
POC Contact Lorraine Tsosie, Contract Specialist (520) 871-1305
  or Jack Tarro, SCO (520) 871-5863
CNT PO# 1002019900
AMT $27,090.00
DTD 100100
TO Senior Smiles, Inc., P.O. Box 31144, Albuquerque, NM 87110
EMAILADD: lorraine.tsosie@navajo.ihs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087S6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 60th
  CONS, 350 Hangar Ave. Bldg 549, Travis AFB, CA, 94535
SUBJECT: Q--PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE JEOL ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
POC Timothy Elzy, Contracting Officer, Phone 707-424-7764, Fax
  707-424-0288, Email timothy.elzy@travis.af.mil - Mary Cooper,
  Contract Buyer, Phone 707-424-7726, Fax 707-424-2389, Email
  mary.cooper@travis.af.mil
CNT F0462601MX202
AMT $26,553.06
LINE 0001AA & 0001AB
DTD 111500
TO Jeol USA, Inc 11 Dearborn RD Peabody MA 09160
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=F0462601MX202&L=861
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: timothy.elzy@travis.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087X4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Bureau of Prisons, Mid-Atlantic Regional Contracting
  Office, 3600 Spurr Road, Quarters #14, Lexington, KY 40511
SUBJECT: Q--PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
POC Norman Ward, 859-253-8880
CNT J10703c-003
AMT $35,000
LINE all
DTD 121300
TO Omnimed Medical Services, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
CITE: (W-348 SN5087X5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Supply Department NAVSEA Indian Head, 101 Strauss Ave,
  Indian Head, MD 20640-5035
SUBJECT: R--ENGINEERING AND ANALYTICAL SERVICES
POC Kay V. Proctor (301) 744-6680
CNT N00174-01-D-0003
AMT $5,608,591.00
DTD 121200
TO SRI International, 333 Ravenswood Ave.,Menlo Park CA 94025-3493

CITE: (W-348 SN5087O1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Term Contracts Division,
  Stop: PPC, Printing Procurement Department, Washington, DC
  20401
SUBJECT: T--BOOKS
CNT B611-S
AMT $66,276.00
DTD 121300
TO Bosworth Printing CO., 28 Tosca Drive, Stoughton, MA 02072
CITE: (W-348 SN508842)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Purchase Division, Printing
  Procurement Department, Stop: PPP, Room C817, Washington, DC
  20401
SUBJECT: T--2001: A WOMAN'S HEALTH ODYSSEY
POC Jon R. Carr (202) 512-0307
CNT 475-513
AMT $147,741.00
LINE n/a
DTD 120800
TO Monarch Litho, Inc., 1501 Date Street, Montebello, CA 90640
CITE: (W-348 SN508849)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Purchase Division, Printing
  Procurement Department, Stop: PPP, Room C817, Washington, DC
  20401
SUBJECT: T--EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO TERRORISM JOB AID, MAY 2000
POC James E. Willard (202) 512-0307
CNT 475-459
AMT $52,488.00
LINE n/a
DTD 121200
TO Univex International, 1000 Jewell Drive, Waco, TX 76712
CITE: (W-348 SN508851)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Postal Service, Minneapolis Purchasing & Material
  Service Center, Attn: Manager, Suite 610, 2051 Killebrew Dr.,
  Minneapolis, MN 55425-1880
SUBJECT: T--NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD
POC Kathy Hamilton 952-851-1124 or Sikivu Edwards 952-851-1182
CNT 266351-01-P-0149
AMT $13,130,000.00
DTD 120800
TO Cyril-Scott Company, 3950 Lancaster-New Lexington Rd, Lancaster
  OH 43130
EMAILADD: khamilt1@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-348 SN508860)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Purchase Division, Printing
  Procurement Department, Stop: PPP, Room C817, Washington, DC
  20401
SUBJECT: T--WORK FORCE TOOL KIT
POC Jon R. Carr (202) 512-0307
CNT 475-330
AMT $138,155.00
LINE n/a
DTD 121300
TO S&S Graphics, Inc., 14880 Sweitzer Lane, Laurel, MD 20707
CITE: (W-348 SN508866)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Federal Correctional Institution, Sandstone, MN 55072
SUBJECT: U--COLLEGE COURSES
POC Kevin Kroschel, Contract Specialist (320) 245-6603.
CNT Purchase Order SST1B110008 from RFQ 147-017-01
AMT $38,586.00
LINE 1
DTD 120700
TO Cambridge Community College, 300 Polk St., South Cambridge,
  MN 55008
CITE: (M-348 SN5087Q9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Southeast Regional Office, BOP, Bldg. 2000, 3800 Camp
  Creek Parkway, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331-5099
SUBJECT: U--OUTBOARD MARINE ENGINE REPAIR SERVICES
POC Duane P. Donovan, Contract Specialist 678-686-1405
CNT J30401c-003
AMT $110,000.00
LINE all
DTD 121400
TO John Bovender, 24 Berwick Circle, Shalimar, Florida 32579
LINKURL: ddonovan@bop.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ddonovan@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087T8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS), National Office Procurement (A:P), 6009 Oxon Hill Road,
  Suite 700, Oxon Hill, MD, 20745
SUBJECT: U--LEADERSHIP ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND PUBLIC POLICY TRAINING
POC Steve Vanderlinden, Contract Specialist, Fax 202-283-1514,
  Email
CNT TIRNO-01-C-00010
AMT $50,400 minimum; NTE $840,000 w/options
DTD 121200
TO The Brookings Institution, Center for Public Policy Education,
  1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036-2188
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=TIRNO-01-C-00010&L=1764
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: steve.g.vanderlinden@irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN508871)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound, Bldg
  467 W Street, Code 200 Bid Desk, Bremerton, WA 98314-0051
SUBJECT: W--CRANE RENTAL
POC Anne Everist (360)476-2922
CNT N00406-01-P-1824
AMT $79800
DTD 112000
TO Coast Crane, 1531 Utah Ave S, Seattle WA 98134
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Attn: AFRC-FM-DC, 2103 South
  8th Avenue, Fort McCoy, WI 54656-5153
SUBJECT: W--RENTAL AND SERVICING OF PORTABLE CHEMICAL LATRINES
  AND SINKS AT FORT MCCOY, WISCONSIN
POC Mandy Johnson, Contract Specialist, 608-388-2400; Brenda
  Heuer, Contracting Officer, 608-388-3203
CNT DAKF61-01-D-0004
AMT $277,591.40 (Base + 1 Opn Yr)
LINE All
DTD 121100
TO Black River Septic Pumping, Inc., P. O. Box 292, Black River
  Falls, WI 54615
LINKURL: http://www.mccoy.army.mil/garrison/dbs/doc
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mandy.johnson@emh2.mccoy.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail. 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087H5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: HQ OSC, ROCK ISLAND, IL 61299-6000
SUBJECT: Y--AMMUNITION FACILITIES
POC DAWN THORNBLOOM,(309)782-3491 or JIM LONERGAN,(309)782-4925
CNT DAAA0994G00060176
AMT $938,391.00
DTD 121200
TO HERCULES INCORPORATED, PO BOX 1,RADFORD VIRGINIA 24141-0100,
CITE: (D-347 SN5087H6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Bureau of Prisons, Mid-Atlantic Regional Contracting
  Office, 3600 Spurr Road, Quarters #14, Lexington, KY 40511
SUBJECT: Y--STAFF TRAINING CENTER
POC Renee Braun, 330 424-7270
CNT J21602c-016
AMT $748,462
DTD 120700
TO S. Powell Construction Company, PO Box 116, Weirton, WV 26062
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Z6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Mt. Hood National Forest, 16400
  Champion Way, Sandy, OR 97055
SUBJECT: Y--WEST CASCADES SCENIC BYWAY PORTAL CONSTRUCTION
POC Lois K. Tate, Contracting Officer, 503/668-1768
CNT 50-046W-1-1030
AMT $382,645.93
LINE All
DTD 101700
TO Cisneros Construction, Inc., 1435 NE 81st Street, Portland,
  Oregon 97238
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/mthood/noca
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ltate@fs.fed.us. 
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508830)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: ASC/PKWOE 1940 Allbrook Dr. Ste. 3 WPAFB, OH, 45433
SUBJECT: Z--INTERCONNECTALARMS
SOL F33601-00-R9018
POC  Lt. Brian Quinn,(937)257-4844 x4125
CNT F33601-01-CW006
AMT $$66,279.00
LINE 0001
DTD 120700
TO MBA Electric Inc.-2333 Schnebly Rd. Spring Valley, OH 45370
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/00R9018/00R9018.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: brian.quinn@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087R0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Allegheney Realty Service District (3PK), The Wanamaker
  Building, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, PA, 19107-3396
SUBJECT: Z--RENOVATIONS AT THE U.S. COURTHOUSE & FEDERAL BLDG.,
  WILLIAMSPORT, PA
POC Kimberly DeSant, Contract Specialist, Fax (215) 656-5955,
  Email
CNT GS-03P-01-CDC-0048
AMT $1,612,771.00 (Base only)
DTD 121300
TO J B Gibbons Construction, Inc. 730 Wildwood Blvd. Williamsport,
  PA
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-03P-01-CDC-0048&L=209
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: kim.desant@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087Y4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Postal Service, Facilities Service Office, P.O.
  Box 27497, Greensboro, NC 27498-1103
SUBJECT: Z--INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ROOF REPAIR/REPLACEMENT
  IN THE KENTUCKIANA DISTRICT
POC Mickie Burton, Contract Specialist, 336-665-2875
CNT 362575-01-B-0082
AMT .81 multiplier
DTD 121100
TO Swift Roofing of E'Town, Inc., PO Box 502, Elizabethtown KY
  42702-0502
CITE: (W-348 SN508828)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 10--BLANK FIRING ATTACHMENT, 5.56MM, M23. EXCEPTION
SOL SP0750-01-Q-D289
CNT SP0750-01-M-9388
AMT $39,960.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Kipco Machine and Tool Inc 105 Jamaica Ave Brooklyn NY 11207
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Naval Inventory Control Point - Mechanicsburg, Code M2522,
  PO Box 2020, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 13--MK 79 SEATBACK ROCKET MOTOR (N00104-00-R-K112)
POC Tim Bower (717) 605-6464
CNT N00104-01-C-K021
AMT $191,476.35
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Talley Defense Systems, Inc., 4551 E. McKellips Road, Mesa
  AZ 85215
CITE: (W-348 SN5087S0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--WINDOW, PANEL, AIRCRAFT
SOL SP0475-00-Q-RD86
CNT SP0475-01-M-V244
AMT $55,928.60
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Texstars Inc 802 Ave J E P.O.Box 534036 Grand Prairie TX 75053-4036
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 15--CONE, ENGINE HANGER
SOL SP0475-00-Q-T965
CNT SP0475-01-M-U418
AMT $29,850.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Warnkes Machining 1218 Colorado Lane Bldg B5 Arlington TX
  76015-1518
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: WR-ALC/PKXOA, 235 BYRON ST, ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE GA
  31098-1611
SUBJECT: 15--G 336411WING SUBASSY APPL BQM 34A TARGET DRON --
  1560010962684GY
CNT F09603-01-C-0046, F09603-01-R-40405
AMT $265,990
DTD 120700
TO Northrop Grumman_corp, Ryan Aeronautical Center, Po Box 509066,
  San Diego Ca 92150-9066
CITE: (I-348 SN5087O5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--DUCT ASSEMBLY, AIR
SOL SP0475-00-Q-BF51
CNT N00383-00-G-001D-TYG1
AMT $30,991.62
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 121200
TO Northrop Grumman Corp Military Aircraft Systems Div El Segundo
  Site 1 Hornet Way El Segundo CA 90245-2804
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--SWIVEL JOINT, HYDRAULIC
SOL SP0475-00-Q-BL98
CNT SP0475-01-M-U423
AMT $36,575.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AA
DTD 121200
TO S and L Metal Products Corp Precision Production Machinists
  Fluid Power Controls 58-29 57TH Dr Flushing NY 11378
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--FITTING ASSEMBLY, FLOOR
SOL SP0470-01-X-T134
CNT SP0470-01-M-T319
AMT $50,400.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Aerometals Inc 3920 Sandstone Dr El Dorado Hills CA 95762
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--SELECTOR SET, DIRECTIONAL CONTROL LINEAR.
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1118
CNT SP0460-01-M-3420
AMT $72,046.44
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Dutch Valley Supply Co. 970 Progress Ctr Ave Lawrenceville,
  GA 30043
CITE: (I-348 SN5087M1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--ROD ASSEMBLY, ACTUATOR MATCHED SET
SOL SP0470-00-Q-ZC38
CNT SP0470-01-M-S601
AMT $61,486.35
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Dutch Valley Supply Co. 970 Progress Ctr Ave Lawrenceville,
  GA 30043
CITE: (I-348 SN5087M2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 16--PENDANT CONTROL ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0460-01-Q-1316
CNT SP0460-01-M-3419
AMT $28,301.60
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Lucas Western Inc DBA Lucas Aerospace Cargo Systems 610 Neptune
  Ave P O Box 2207 Brea CA 92822-2207
CITE: (I-348 SN5087M3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bldg 1215, Oo-Alc/6050 Gum
  Lane, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5825
SUBJECT: 16--COLLAR ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY --1620005722605
CNT F42630-01-C-0016, F42630-00-R-2024
AMT $593,020
DTD 121200
TO Canadian Commercial Corporation, 50 O'connor St/Metro Life
  Bldg, 11th Floor Ottawa, Ontario K1a 0s6 Ca S
CITE: (I-348 SN508886)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 17--CONTROL ARM, R.H.REAR
SOL SP0490-00-Q-Q585
CNT SP0490-01-M-R218
AMT $35,100.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Container Machinery DBA Versatle Machining Inc 4116 Cockrell
  Ave Fort Worth TX 76133-1110
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 20--WIPER, WINDOW, PENDULUM
SOL SP0760-01-Q-5213
CNT SP0760-01-M-A242
AMT $33,462.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO BAE Systems Aerospace Inc 550 S Fulton Ave Mount Vernon NY
  10550-5010
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 20--LOCKING ASSEMBLY, HYDRAULIC.
SOL 00TEW2-72-P-0700
CNT SP0760-01-M-J377
AMT $25,234.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Parmatic Filter Corp 88 Ford Rd Denville NJ 07834
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound, Bldg
  467 W Street, Code 200 Bid Desk, Bremerton, WA 98314-0051
SUBJECT: 28--HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC PUMPS AND MOTORS
POC Tacy Nordlander (360)476-4508
CNT N00406-01-P-1283
AMT $44250
DTD 110100
TO Pacific Detroit Diesel, 5061 N Lagoon Ave, Portland OR 97217
CITE: (W-347 SN5087G5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 28--BRACKET ASSEMBLY RING, COMPRESSOR STATOR
SOL SP0480-01-Q-6135
CNT SP0480-01-M-8290
AMT $34,850.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 121200
TO Ambel Precision Mfg Corp 159 Grassy Plain St P.O.Box 730 Bethel
  CT 06801-2806
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 28--BAFFLE ASSEMBLY, TURBINE ENGINE
SOL SP0480-00-Q-KM86
CNT SP0480-01-M-9254
AMT $44,362.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Enginetics Corp 7700 New Carlisle Pike Dayton OH 45424
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.3), Patuxent
  Naval Air Station, Bldg 2272, Lexington Park, MD 20670
SUBJECT: 28--PROCUREMENT OF REPAIR KITS FOR GENERAL ELECTRIC
  T700 ENGINES
POC Jude J. Landrum, AIR 2.3.2.3.1, (301) 757-5240
CNT F34601-97-G-0002
AMT $2,295,005.00
LINE N/A
DTD 113000
TO General Electric Aircraft Engines (GEAE), 1000 Western Avenue,
  Lynn MA 01910
EMAILADD: landrumjj@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508827)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 29--PUMP ASSEMBLY, ENGINE COOLANT
CNT SP0750-01-M-D348
AMT $32,545.76
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Hercules D W LLC 2770 S Erie St P.O.Box 451 Massillon OH 44646
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 29--FUEL PUMP RETAINER ASSY
SOL SP0480-00-Q-7422
CNT SP0480-01-M-9251
AMT $51,282.72
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Ontic Engineering and Mfg Inc 20360 Plummer St P.O.Box 2424
  Chatsworth CA 91311
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 29--STOP, FEATHER TRAVEL
SOL SP0480-00-Q-KP36
CNT SP0480-01-M-9256
AMT $25,910.50
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 121200
TO Mercer Products and Mfg Co 5472 W Mercer Way P.O.Box 777 Mercer
  Island WA 98040-4636
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--CONNECTING LINK, RIGID
SOL SP0740-01-Q-J283
CNT SP0740-01-M-2249
AMT $48,960.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 121200
TO S and A Machine and Tool Co 151-1 W Industry Ct Deer Park
  NY 11729
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 30--HOUSING, MECHANICAL DRIVE.
SOL 00TPG1-52-P-0700
CNT SP0740-01-M-6244
AMT $37,820.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Precision Gear Inc 48-09 108TH St Flushing NY 11368
CITE: (I-347 SN5087K1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, PLAIN, ROD END
SOL SP0441-00-Q-LH89
CNT SP0441-01-M-K916
AMT $30,888.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO New Hampshire Ball Bearings Inc ASTRO Div 155 Lexington Ave
  Laconia NH 03246-2937
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING, PLAIN, SPHERICAL
SOL SP0441-01-Q-K062
CNT SP0441-01-M-L443
AMT $26,030.16
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Rexnord Corp PSI Bearings Div 2175 Union Pl. Simi Valley CA
  93065-1661
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--TUBE ASSEMBLY, METAL
SOL 01T833-42-P-0700
CNT SP0740-01-M-8248
AMT $28,101.48
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Eaton Aeroquip Inc Engineered Systems Div 300 S East Ave Jackson
  MI 49203-1972
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--HOSE ASSEMBLY, NONMETALLIC.
SOL 00TBG2-62-P-0700
CNT SP0740-01-M-6243
AMT $27,092.80
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Eaton Aeroquip Inc Engineered Systems Div 300 S East Ave Jackson
  MI 49203-1972
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--HOSE ASSEMBLY, NONMETALLIC.
SOL 01T879-42-P-0700
CNT SP0740-01-M-6247
AMT $26,350.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AG
DTD 121200
TO Eaton Aeroquip Inc Engineered Systems Div 300 S East Ave Jackson
  MI 49203-1972
CITE: (I-347 SN5087K0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 47--HOSE ASSEMBLY, METAL. 1/4 INCH INSIDE DIAMETER,
CNT SP0740-01-M-2243
AMT $49,540.40
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 121200
TO Metadure Parts and Sales 165 Gazza Blvd Farmingdale NY 11735-1512
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 47--ELBOW,PIPE
POC Contact Point, Alice J Seideneck, 87321.3, (717)605-1859,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
CNT N0010400G70075097, NIIN 010265388
AMT $32,516
LINE 0001
DTD 122200
TO Fluidyne Corp , Pennsauken ,NJ 08110-1035
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087M7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 47--STRAINER ELEMENT
POC Contact Point, Yvonne D Morgan, 87321.4, (717)605-2562, Fax,
  (717)605-1569, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Murray
  J Huber, 8732, (717)605-4371
CNT N0010401C7010, Sol Nr N00104-00-Q-BF15, NIIN 008922254
AMT $266,560
LINE 0001
DTD 121000
TO Cuno Inc , Meriden ,CT 06450-7172
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-348 SN5087M8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--COIL ASSEMBLY, VALVE.
SOL 01T645-32-P-0700
CNT SP0740-01-M-LC02
AMT $73,884.96
LINE 0001
DTD 120800
TO Valcor Engineering Corp 2 Lawrence Rd Springfield NJ 07081-3121
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE ASSEMBLY.
CNT SP0760-01-M-P121
AMT $31,990.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Hardie-Tynes Mfg Co 800 N 28TH St P O Box 12166 Birmingham,
  AL 35202-2166
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE, BALL.
SOL SP0740-00-R-4023
CNT SP0740-01-C-5602
AMT $138,330.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO ITT Corp ITT Aerospace Controls Neo-Dyn 28150 Industry Dr
  Valencia CA 91355
CITE: (I-347 SN5087J4)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE, SOLENOID.
SOL 01TA07-02-P-0700
CNT SP0750-01-M-9392
AMT $53,300.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0005
DTD 121200
TO Marotta Scientific Controls Inc 78 Boonton Ave P.O.Box 427
  Montville NJ 07045
CITE: (I-347 SN5087K2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 49--TAILPIPE, TEST, ENGINE
SOL SP0490-00-Q-P852
CNT SP0490-01-M-Q290
AMT $29,872.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Teledyne Industries Inc Teledyne Continental Motors Turbine
  Engines 1330 W Laskey Rd P.O.Box 6971## Toledo OH 43612-0971
CITE: (I-348 SN5087M0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 53--SEAL ASSEMBLY, EXHAUST MANIFOLD
SOL SP0540-01-Q-5074
CNT SP0540-01-M-9899
AMT $28,815.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Truck and Equipment Parts Co 892 Berlin Plank Rd Somerset
  PA 15501
CITE: (I-348 SN5087O2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 55--Lumber, Millwork, Plywood and Veneer
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 55--PLYWOOD, SOFTWOOD, CONSTRUCTION; I/A/W COMM'L
CNT SP0560-01-M-6511
AMT $26,425.80
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0005
DTD 113000
TO Buie Forest Products 30875 ih-10 W Boerne TX 78006-9246
CITE: (I-348 SN5087N7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: SPAWARSYSCEN-Charleston, PO Box 190022, N. Charleston,
  SC 29419-9022
SUBJECT: 58--IBS/IDR SATELLITE MODEMS 
POC Ruth Goddard, Code 1113RG, (843)974-4114, Contracting Officer
  Donna J. Murphy
CNT N65236-00-C-3058
AMT $122,222
DTD 120700
TO Radyne Comstream, Inc., 3138 East Elwood, Phoenix AZ 85034
LINKURL: http://E-Commerce.spawar.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: goddardr@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087T2)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--RESISTOR, THERMAL
SOL SP0905-01-Q-6652
CNT SP0905-01-M-1585
AMT $79,968.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 121200
TO Rosemount Aerospace Inc 14300 Judicial Rd Burnsville MN 55306-4898
CITE: (I-347 SN5087I5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--RELAY, ELECTROMAGNETIC
CNT SP0930-01-M-B732
AMT $97,944.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO TRW Sensors and Components Inc 801 Scholz Dr Vandalia OH 45377
CITE: (I-347 SN5087I6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--MICROPHONE ELEMENT
SOL SP0920-01-Q-0247
CNT SP0920-01-M-1185
AMT $30,125.37
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Unisource Logistics Corp 43-01 21ST St Suite c-6 Long Island
  City NY 11101
CITE: (I-347 SN5087I7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE, ELEC
SOL SP0930-00-Q-5162
CNT SP0930-01-M-B935
AMT $27,678.00
LINE 7001
DTD 121200
TO Interspec Sales Inc 317 E 91 St APT 3A P.O.Box 6324 New York
  NY 10128
CITE: (I-347 SN5087I8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--ANTENNA
CNT SP0920-01-M-1265
AMT $46,566.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AC
DTD 121200
TO Liberty Logistics LLC 107 Trumbull St P.O.Box 6540 E port
  STA Elizabeth NJ 07206-0540
CITE: (I-347 SN5087I9)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 59--MICROPHONE, DYNAMIC
SOL SP0920-01-Q-0276
CNT SP0920-01-M-1169
AMT $30,250.90
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Sonetronics Inc 1718 H St P.O.Box L Belmar NJ 07719-3140
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K3)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--CABLE ASSEMBLY, SPEC
SOL SP0451-00-R-2106
CNT SP0451-01-C-0415
AMT $231,140.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AG
DTD 121200
TO General Cable Co Cornish Wire Div 8403 Arlington Blvd Suite
  100 Fairfax VA 22031-4601
CITE: (I-348 SN5087K5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 61--POWER SUPPLY
SOL SP0430-01-Q-D061
CNT SP0430-01-M-G686
AMT $67,144.88
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Wright Source Inc 1563 E Dorothy Ln Suite 300-D Dayton OH
  45429
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L7)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 62--Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 62--LENS, LIGHT
CNT SP0560-01-M-7832
AMT $25,999.80
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 121200
TO Tra Ben Enterprises 5978 Knight Arnold ext 450 Memphis TX
  38115
CITE: (I-348 SN5087N8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 66--TRANSDUCER, MOTIONAL PICKUP
CNT SP0411-01-M-E160
AMT $30,583.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0007
DTD 120800
TO Kavlico Corp 14501 E Los Angeles Ave Moorpark CA 93021-9738
CITE: (I-348 SN5087L1)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 68--Chemicals and Chemical Products
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 68--CAUSTIC SODA SODIUM HYDROXIDE BEADS
POC Millie Clark, 202-305-7270
CNT 4600000224
AMT $106,812.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121300
TO Van Waters & Rogers Inc., 7425 E. 30th St., Indianapolis,
  IN 46219 
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov/procurement, then click on clothing/textiles
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mclark@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN508870)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: 311th HSW/PKO, 8005 9th St, Bldg 625, Brooks AFB, TX
  78235-5353
SUBJECT: 70--NON-PERSONAL SERVICES ON UD-7900M PANASONIC TLD
  READERS AND UD-794A AUTO IRRADIATOR
POC POC Lt Karrie Bracken, Contract Manager, 210-536-6379
CNT F41622-01-M-1051
AMT $30,900.00
LINE 0001
DTD 120700
TO Matsushita Electric Corporation of America, 2 Panasonic Way,
  Secaucus, NJ, 07094
EMAILADD: Karrie.Bracken@brooks.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V8)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 80--Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 80--8030/8040 SEALANTS & ADHESIVES
POC Sharon Arnett, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5845,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email sharon.arnett@gsa.gov - Sharon Arnett,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5845, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email sharon.arnett@gsa.gov
CNT GS-06F-L0005
AMT $159,382
LINE 2, 4
DTD 120100
TO Ralrube, Inc. 36977 Fox Glen Farmington Hills, MI 48331
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-06F-L0005&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sharon.arnett@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087F5)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 80--Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Hardware and Appliance Center (6FE), 1500 East Bannister
  Road, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: 80--8030/8040 SEALANTS & ADHESIVES
POC Sharon Arnett, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5845,
  Fax (816) 926-3678, Email sharon.arnett@gsa.gov - Sharon Arnett,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 926-5845, Fax (816) 926-3678,
  Email sharon.arnett@gsa.gov
CNT GS-06F-L0004
AMT $112,713
LINE 3, 6
DTD 120100
TO ITW DEVCON DIVISION OF ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS, INC. 30 ENDICOTT
  ST. DANVERS, MD 01923
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=A&P=GS-06F-L0004&L=7

LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sharon.arnett@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-347 SN5087F6)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Acq Group, Hampton Roads Detachment, 1968
  Gilbert St., Suite 600, Norfolk, VA 23511-3392
SUBJECT: 81--CONTAINERS; EXPLOSION CONTAINMENT SYSTEM, MODEL
  GOLAN-10
POC David C. Zareczny, Contracting Officer, Code 202C4, (757-443-1431)
CNT N00189-01-P-0386
AMT $62,700.00
LINE 0001
DTD 121200
TO Mistral Security Inc, 7910 Woodmont Avenue Suite 1070, Bethesda,
  MD 20814 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087F0)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: Purchase Services Branch, Attn: Code 535.3, Portsmouth
  Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, NH 03801-2590
SUBJECT: 81--RECONDITIONED 1A1 & 1A2 DRUMS AND RENTAL OF TWO
  TRAILERS FOR DRUM STORAGE.
POC Jim Currier, 207-438-3870 or Pat Vachon, 207-438-3853
CNT N00102-01-C-1440
AMT $31,600.00
DTD 121300
TO Roche Bros. Barrel And Drum Co., 181 Phoenix Ave., Lowell,
  MA 01852-4930 
CITE: (W-348 SN508845)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 84--RUBBER FOR HELMETS
POC Kelly S. Kelly, Contract Specialist 409-727-8172, ext 2080
CNT 4600000220
AMT $47586.00
DTD 121400
TO Logan Machinists, Inc. 3519 Leslie Way, Suite 2, Laurel, MD
  20725-2113
EMAILADD: kkelly@central.unicor.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087Q3)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Western Regional Contracting Office, 9902 Lincoln Street,
  Madigan Army Medical Ctr Annex, Tacoma WA 98431-5000
SUBJECT: Q--EXERCISE OF SHORT TERM OPTION PERIOD
DESC: The Western Regional Contracting Office (WRCO) at Madigan
  Army Medical Center, (MAMC), Tacoma, Washington intends to
  unilaterally exercise the Short Term Option Period on Contract
  Number DADA13-00-P-0528 with Starmed Staffing, Inc. for the
  period of 1 Jan 2001 through 31 Mar 2001. 
EMAILADD: ruth.richmond@nw.amedd. army. mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087I2)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Western Regional Contracting Office, 9902 Lincoln Street,
  Madigan Army Medical Ctr Annex, Tacoma WA 98431-5000
SUBJECT: Q--EXERCISE OF SHORT TERM OPTION PERIOD
DESC: The Western Regional Contracting Office (WRCO) at Madigan
  Army Medical Center, (MAMC), Tacoma, Washington intends to
  unilaterally exercise the Short Term Option Period on Contract
  Number DADA13-00-P-0529 with Coastal Clinical and Management
  Services (CCMS), for the period of 1 Jan 2001 through 31 Mar
  2001.
EMAILADD: ruth.richmond@nw.amedd.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087I3)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Western Regional Contracting Office, 9902 Lincoln Street,
  Madigan Army Medical Ctr Annex, Tacoma WA 98431-5000
SUBJECT: Q--EXERCISE OF SHORT TERM OPTION 
DESC: The Western Regional Contracting Office (WRCO), at Madigan
  Army Medical Center, (MAMC), Tacoma, Washington intends to
  unilaterally exercise the Short Term Option Period on Contract
  Number DADA13-00-P-0530 with HRN Services, Inc. for the period
  of 1 Jan 2001 through 31 Mar 2001.
EMAILADD: ruth.richmond@nw.amedd.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-347 SN5087I4)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AAC - Air Armament Center, AAC/PK, 205 West D Avenue, Suite
  433, Eglin AFB, FL, 32542-6864
SUBJECT: A--TEAS 3 EXTENSION OPTION NOTICE
DESC: TECHNICAL AND ENGINEERING ACQUISITION SUPPORT (TEAS 3).
  This is a retransmission of 4 Dec 2000 announcement to allow
  for posting in the Commerce Business Daily (CBD). The Air Armament
  Center, Test, Evaluation and Specialized Contracting Division
  (AAC/PKZ), Eglin AFB, FL, in support of the re-competition
  of the Technical and Engineering Acquisition Support 4 (TEAS
  4) acquisition, plans to add a performance extension option
  per FAR Part 16.505(c) to the vital, on-going Technical and
  Engineering Acquisition Support 3 (TEAS 3) program. The extension
  will fulfill the existing requirement of an estimated 265 man-years
  of effort and may be extended until 7 Dec 2001. This is not
  a request for proposal and this performance extension will
  only be utilized if there is a delay in the award of the follow-on
  acquisition. Questions regarding this performance extension
  option should be directed to Mary Steinmetz, mary.steinmetz@eglin.af.mil,
  telephone (850) 882-4711 X6566, telefax 850-882-3052, or Mr.
  Gary M. Salava, gary.salava@eglin.af.mil, telephone 882-4711
  X6562, or Ms Joanie Collins, joanie.collins@eglin.af.mil, telephone
  882-4711 X6567. Collect calls will not be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS.woa/wa/SPF?A=S&P=Reference-Number-F08626-96-D-0003-P00051&L=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: gary.salava@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-348 SN5087U8)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Commanding Officer (fp), USCG Integrated Support Command,
  1519 Alaskan Way South, Building 7, Seattle, WA 98134-1192
SUBJECT: RECONDITION EVAPORATORS NOS. 1 @ NO. 2, AQUA-CHEM MODEL
  #S335SP2, SERIAL #'S PORT SP-73-12017, STBD UNKNOWN, USCG POLAR
  STAR (WAGB 10)
DESC: The contractor will provide all labor and material not
  otherwise provided to accomplish the following work to both
  Number 1 and Number 2 distilling units. For the performance
  work statement and the Request for Quotation (RFQ-33-01-Q-66SR14
  dated 12/11/00), please contact the Ann Scdoris or Timothy
  Price, Contracting Officers at 206/217-6382 or 206/217-6381.
  Two delivery times are 2/8/01 and 3/2/01. USCG IS TAX EXEMPT:
  B239641. See Note 1. SNOTE 
CITE: (W-348 SN508804)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Commanding Officer (fp), USCG Integrated Support Command,
  1519 Alaskan Way South, Building 7, Seattle, WA 98134-1192
SUBJECT: INSTALLATION OF RUBBERIZED DECK MATTING IN NINE (9)
  SHIPBOARD COMPARTMENTS, USCGC POLAR STAR (WAGB 10).
DESC: This work involves the installation of rubberized deck
  matting in nine (9) shipboard compartments. The contractor
  shall provide all labor, equipment and materials to accomplish
  the performance work statement. The contractor will to provide
  material to join matting along a seam-line. The material must
  match the color of the matting, if a joint is used. The desired
  material for installation shall be: Blue Marbleized Matting,
  Rubberized, MIL-M-15562D, and NSN 7220-01-024-9040. The affected
  area is approximately 2739 SQ FT. For the performance work
  statement and the Request for Quotation (RFQ-33-01-Q-66SR09
  dated 12/11/00), please contact Ann Scdoris or Timothy Price,
  Contracting Officers at 206/217-6382 or 206/217-6381 respectively.
  Two delivery times are 2/8/01 and 3/2/01. USCG IS TAX EXEMPT:
  B239641. Ship inspections will be available prior to bid submittals
  for both RFQ33-01-Q-66SR14 and RFQ33-01-Q-66SR09. Both bid
  submissions are due by January 2, 2001. See Note 1. 
CITE: (W-348 SN508814)

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PART: SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
OFFADD: DOT, Maritime Administration, Rm 7307, 400 7th St., S.W.
  Washington, DC 20590-0001
SUBJECT: SHIPS FOR SALE FOR OPERATION
DUE 012601
POC Chief, Division of Vessel Transfer and Disposal, Mr. Steven
  J. Jackson, 202/366-5821
DESC: The Maritime Administration is offering (2) tankers for
  sale to citizens and noncitizens for the limited purpose of
  reconstruction of those vessels for sale or charter to a North
  Atlantic Treaty Organization country for full use as an oiler.
  The HENRY ECKFORD and BENJAMIN ISHERWOOD are located at the
  James River Reserve Fleet, Fort Eustis, VA. Invitation for
  Bids available on the Maritime Administration Web page http://www.marad.dot.gov
  or upon request on and after December 13, 2000.
LINKURL: http://www.marad.dot.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Steven.Jackson@marad.dot.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-348 SN5087V5)