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

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: National Institute of Standards & Technology, Acquisition
  & Assistance Div.,100 Bureau Drive Stop 3572, Bldg. 301, Rm
  B117, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3572
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH AND REPORTS ON METHODS AND DATA FOR VAPOR
  PRESSURES AT VERY HIGH TEMPERATURES
SOL 53SBNB067094
DUE 093000
POC Sharon Blue, Contract Specialist e-mail sharon.blue@nist.gov,
  (301) 975-8831, e-mail sandra.febach@nist.gov, Sandra Febach,
  Contracting Officer (301) 975-6326.
DESC: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  intends to negotiate with John Hastie, 19405 Faber Ct., Gaithersburg,
  MD 20886, on a sole source basis to perform complete evaluation
  and documentation of a unique measurement methodology designed
  by John Hastie to obtain materials vapor pressure and temperature
  data at very high temperatures. Deliverables will include:
  (1) interpretation of data on vaporization rates and temperatures
  for refractory materials, such as Hf02, Zr02, and Y203 over
  melting to boiling point temperature range. (2) Evaluate the
  influence of ionization cross section uncertainties on mass
  spectrometrically determined partial pressures and related
  thermochemical functions for high temperature systems. (3)
  Investigate and test new experimental and theoretically based
  approaches to cross section determinations. (4) Interpret,
  evaluate, and document new experimental approaches, developed
  at NIST, to the measurement of pressure and temperature at
  very high temperatures beyond 3000 Celsius. This acquisition
  is to be accomplished under the authority of FAR 13.106-1 (b)
  Only one source reasonably available. The Contractor has demonstrated
  unique qualifying experience with research of methods for vapor
  pressures at very high temperatures. Award to another source
  would result in substantial duplication of cost to the Government
  that is not expected to be recovered through competition, and
  would result in unacceptable delays in fulfilling the agency's
  requirements. It is anticipated that a Firm Fixed Price (FFP)
  purchase order will be awarded by October 1, 2000. Expected
  period of performance is from October 1, 2000 through September
  30, 2001. The Standard Industrial Classification code (SIC)
  is 8732. This notice of intent is not a request for competition.
  However, the Government will consider all responses received
  within 15 days after the date of publication of this synopsis.
  Written responses to this synopsis shall contain sufficient
  documentation to establish a bonafide capability to fulfill
  the requirement. A solicitation is not available. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486979)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Cdr, AMC Acquisition Center, Edgewood Branch, Attn: AMSSB-ACC-E,
  5183 Blackhawk Road, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010-5424
SUBJECT: A--PROGRAM AND INTEGRATION SUPPORT (PAIS) III; PUBLIC
  OUTREACH SERVICES
SOL DAAD13-00-R-0054
POC Michael Wilkins, 410-436-3023
DESC: 68--AMC Acquisition Center intends to award a contract
  to provide public outreach support services to the Program
  Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. This effort requires
  the contractor to prepare and review public outreach documentation,
  prepare and validate public outreach tools, and study and analyze
  public outreach issues. The Government anticipates award of
  an indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (task order) contract.
  The contract will be characterized by: a five(5) year performance
  period; a minimum level of effort; and a statement of work
  that describes the general scope, nature, complexity, and purpose
  of the services to be procured under the contract. Task orders
  will be negotiated on a firm-fixed-price(FFP), cost-plus-fixed-fee(CPFF),
  cost-plus-award-fee(CPAF), or cost-plus-incentive-fee(CPIF)
  basis. In order to optimize the solicitation: A pre-solicitation
  notification was published in the Commerce Business Daily on
  20 April 2000 to ensure that the broadest range of the business
  community has the opportunity to participate. A pre-solicitation
  conference was held 3 May 2000 to describe the acquisition
  and to address questions raised by all parties. The Government
  provided the questions and answers thereto to all parties.
  INFORMATION TO POTENTIAL OFFERS: It is anticipated that the
  RFP will be released on or about 16 September 2000 at the following
  web site: https://pmcd.mitretek.org. This solicitation document
  will be the controlling document for the submission of proposals.
  (Other web sites for access to the solicitation document, if
  available, will be posted at above cited URL). 
LINKURL: https://pmcd.mitretek.org
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: michael.wilkins@sbccom.apgea.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487073)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--DIRECT M
SOL PRDA-00-09-SNK
DUE 101000
POC Sharma Wilkins, Contract Negotiator, Phone (937) 255-4279,
  Fax (937) 656-9074, Email Sharma.Wilkins@wpafb.af.mil
DESC: Air Force Research Laboratory, (AFRL/SNAR ) solicits research
  proposals for the Direct M program. The objective of the Direct
  M effort is to identify and develop the technologies required
  to allow future GPS-aided platforms and weapons to achieve
  direct, rapid precision-code (M-code) acquisition or reacquisition
  under electronically challenged combat conditions. The level
  of interference to overcome will be typical of that identified
  in the GPS Joint Program Office (JPO) sponsored Navigation
  Warfare (NAVWAR) program. The specific performance objectives
  of the program will be selected to ensure GPS-aided platforms
  and weapons achieve effectiveness levels close to those attained
  in non-interference environments. Interested offerors may view
  and/or download the full PRDA/BAA 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?ACode=P&ProjID=PRDA-00-09-SNK&LocID=904
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Sharma.Wilkins@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487075)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Cdr, AMC Acquisition Center, Edgewood Branch, Attn: AMSSB-ACC-E,
  5183 Blackhawk Road, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010-5424
SUBJECT: A--PROGRAM AND INTEGRATION SUPPORT (PAIS) III; ENVIRONMENTAL
  SERVICES
SOL DAAD13-00-R-0053
POC Michael Wilkins, 410-436-3023
DESC: NOTE - CORRECTION TO SUBJECT AND DESCRIPTION  68--AMC
  Acquisition Center intends to award a contract to provide environmental
  support services to the Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization.
  The effort is for preparation and review of environmental documentation,
  provision of support for environmental meetings and hearings,
  monitoring of environmental issues, and the preparation and
  presentation of environmental training. The Government anticipates
  award of an indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (task order)
  contract. The contract will be characterized by: a five(5)
  year performance period; a minimum level of effort; and a statement
  of work that describes the general scope, nature, complexity,
  and purpose of the services to be procured under the contract.
  Task orders will be negotiated on a firm-fixed-price(FFP),
  cost-plus-fixed-fee(CPFF), cost-plus-award-fee(CPAF), or cost-plus-incentive-fee(CPIF)
  basis. In order to optimize the solicitation: A pre-solicitation
  notification was published in the Commerce Business Daily on
  20 April 2000 to ensure that the broadest range of the business
  community has the opportunity to participate. A pre-solicitation
  conference was held 3 May 2000 to describe the acquisition
  and to address questions raised by all parties. The Government
  provided the questions and answers thereto to all parties.
  INFORMATION TO POTENTIAL OFFERORS: It is anticipated that the
  RFP will be released on or about 15 September 2000 at the following
  web site: https://pmcd.mitretek.org. This solicitation document
  will be the controlling document for the submission of proposals.
  (Other web sites for access to the solicitation document, if
  available, will be posted at above cited URL).
LINKURL: https://pmcd.mitretek.org
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: michael.wilkins@sbccom.apgea.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487094)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command, 2531
  Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA 22242-5160
SUBJECT: A--BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FIBER OPTIC TOWED ARRAY
  (FOTA) HEADING SENSOR
SOL N00024-00-R-6328
DUE 101800
POC 02632C, Ms. Cynthia Miller, 703-602-7707
DESC: Broad Agency Announcement for FIBER OPTIC TOWED ARRAY (FOTA)
  Heading Sensor: The Naval Sea Systems Command, Advanced Systems
  and Technology Office (ASTO), Arlington, VA is soliciting development
  of new and innovative designs and concepts for a passive fiber
  optic heading/roll sensor capability for fiber optic towed
  array applications which meets the following optical, performance,
  environmental, and mechanical goals.  A fiber optic towed
  array (FOTA) heading sensor consists of a three-axis magnetic
  field sensor combined with a roll sensor such that an accurate
  heading may be computed regardless of the orientation of the
  device with respect to vertical. The FOTA heading sensor must
  operate without using electrical power at the sensor element.
  It must be capable of operation and optical interrogation over
  a fiber optic link up to 3 km in length. If magnetic biasing
  is employed to operate the sensor, any power or control signals
  must be supplied over the fiber optic link. Additionally, the
  sensor approach must be capable of multiplexing; at most, two
  optical fibers (single mode preferred) may be used to interrogate
  a suite of up to 12 heading/roll sensors. Performance: Horizontal
  accuracy Hx and Hy +(50 gamma + 0.2%H) where H is the magnitude
  of the horizontal field Vertical accuracy Hz +2000 gamma
  Roll Normal operation throughout 360o Pitch Normal operation
  to +5o Heading resolution < 0.00549o Roll resolution < 1.40625o
   Repeatability +0.05o  Note: Repeatability is the peak difference
  between any two consecutive sensor readings taken without changing
  the position of the sensor or the applied magnetic field.
  Computation time to make individual heading reading < 1.0 second
    Environmental: Operating pressure 1000 psi absolute Max
  survival pressure 2500 psia  Operating temperature -2oC to
  +40oC Magnetic environment Earth's natural magnetic field
   Note: no accuracy requirements exist at temperatures above
  30oC in combination with field ratios (the ratio of the magnitude
  of the vertical component of the earth's magnetic field to
  the magnitude of the horizontal component of the earth's magnetic
  field) > 6. Storage temperature -28oC to +65oC Operating
  medium ISOPAR L  Mechanical: The FOTA heading sensor shall
  fit within a cylinder 0.625 inches in diameter and 5.1 inches
  long. All input/output optical fibers must exit from the forward
  end of the sensor. A strain relief 1.0 inches long is permitted
  on the input/output fibers. The sensor must survive a 3-foot
  drop to a hard surface when mounted in the next assembly consisting
  of a 16-rope assembly inside of a longitudinally reinforced
  polyurethane hose.  ASTO intends to develop new FOTA heading
  sensor concepts and technology, to build and test a three-sensor
  prototype, to subsequently build and test a twelve-sensor advanced
  development model (ADM), and to collect performance data at
  sea. The scope of this broad agency announcement (BAA) includes
  relevant research, analysis, design, fabrication and testing
  of FOTA heading sensors.   A two year phased effort is envisioned,
  with planned contract funding (if available) as follows: 
   FY 2001 FOTA heading sensor design; critical component prototyping
  & testing; prototype sensor fabrication; prototype sensor performance
  & environmental testing $500K FY 2002 Prototype heading sensor/FOTA
  integration and lake test support; FOTA heading sensor ADM
  final electrical/mechanical design; ADM fabrication, integration
  & testing $500K  This BAA will be open for 60 days from the
  date of the announcement. Proposals may be submitted at any
  time within that period. Early submission of proposals is desirable
  and encouraged. Contracts, grants, cooperative agreements and
  "other transactions", as appropriate, will be awarded limited
  by funding availability.   No award can be made without a
  proposal to perform a specific effort within an estimated cost
  and time framework. Industry, Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged
  Businesses, educational institutions, Historically Black Colleges
  and University and Minority Institutions are encouraged to
  participate. Proposals should be submitted to the Cognizant
  Contracting Activity whose address is:  Commander, Naval
  Sea Systems Command, ATTN: Code 02632C 2531 Jefferson Davis
  Highway Arlington, VA 22242-5160  Contracting Point-of-Contact
  is Cynthia Miller, telephone (703) 602-0951 ext 612, facsimile
  (703) 602-7023, and e-mail millercb@navsea.navy.mil. Any questions
  regarding this solicitation should be addressed to Mrs. Miller.
    This synopsis constitutes a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA)
  per FAR 6.102(d)(2)(i); there will be no formal request for
  proposals (RFP) or other solicitation in regard to this announcement.
  Offerors may submit their technical proposals (5 paper copies
  and 1 electronic copy using at least Microsoft Office 95) and
  cost proposals (1 copy) at any time within the 60 day period
  of this announcement.  The Government reserves the right
  to select all, some, or none of the proposals received in response
  to this announcement.  Proposals shall consist of two separately
  bound volumes; Volume I shall provide the technical proposal
  and management approach and Volume II shall address cost. Although
  length is not specified, succinct proposals are desired. The
  proposal shall include the offeror's assertion of rights to
  technical data, computer software, etc. in accordance with
  the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement, DFARS
  Clause 52.227-7013 and 52.227-7014 if technical data, computer
  software, and/or software documentation, etc. is proposed as
  a part of your offer. The requirements of these DFARS clauses
  are necessary if less than unlimited rights are proposed. The
  text of these two clauses can be reviewed at the following
  website: www.arnet.gov.  Volume I shall include the following
  sections, each starting on a new page:  A. A cover page,
  including proposal title, technical and administrative points-of-contact
  along with the telephone and facsimile numbers, followed by
  a letter signed by the authorized officer specifying the proposal
  validity period (at least 120 days).  B. A one-page overview
  of the proposed technologies and/or concepts as well as any
  innovative claims for the proposed research and how they will
  contribute to the FOTA heading sensor and support the objectives
  of a technology evaluation and demonstration;  C. A one-page
  summary of the deliverables including data associated with
  the proposed research.  D. A one-page summary of the schedule
  and milestones for the proposed research which can be traced
  to the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).  E. A one-page WBS.
    F. A succinct Statement of Work clearly detailing the scope
  and objectives of the work and, if any, specific contractor
  requirements. If any portion of the research is predicated
  upon the use of Government-owned resources of any type, the
  contractor shall clearly identify: the resources required,
  the date the resource is required, the duration of the requirement,
  the source from which the resource may be acquired, if known,
  and the impact on the research if the resource is not provided.
    G. Technical arguments that substantiate claims made in
  the overview (proposal section B) and a technical approach
  consistent with the deliverables and schedule (proposal sections
  C and D). Technical arguments should also address technical
  risk areas.  H. A description of the results, products, and
  transferable technology expected from the contract.  I. A
  brief discussion of past performance detailing previous accomplishments
  and work in this or closely related research areas, previous
  cost and schedule performance, and the qualifications of the
  previous investigators.  J. A brief discussion of the overall
  approach to the management of this effort, including brief
  discussions of total organization, use of personnel and their
  qualifications, project/function/subcontractor relationships,
  technology transition plans, government research interfaces,
  and planning, scheduling, and control practices.  Volume
  II shall include the one-page work breakdown structure, a cost
  summary, and a breakdown of cost for the effort.  Evaluation
  of proposals will be based on the following criteria:  (1)
  The overall technical merit of the proposed approach including
  the potential significance of the proposed effort to the FOTA
  heading sensor and the innovative aspects of the proposed effort;
    (2) The offeror's capabilities, related experience, the
  experience of the key personnel who are critical to program
  success; facilities and/or techniques that are integral factors
  for achieving the proposed objectives;  (3) The realism of
  estimated costs and schedules, and the potential affordability
  impact on the Navy, including total ownership costs, if applicable;
  and  (4) Past performance.  These criteria are in descending
  order of importance for evaluation purposes with technical
  merit significantly more important than any of the other evaluation
  criteria 
CITE: (W-230 SN487156)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: A--TACTICAL MISSILE SYSTEM PENETRATOR DEMONSTRATION
  MISSILE SYSTEM INTEGRATION RISK REDUCTION
SOL DAAH01-00-R-0364
DUE 090100
POC Linda Hall, AMSAM-AC-TM-A, (256) 876-4912
DESC: Update of the Interface Definition Document, Program Planning
  Document, and Demonstration Plan generated under Contract DAAH01-96-C-0280
  to reflect the current re-entry body configuration and interface
  requirements  See Note 22 
EMAILADD: linda.hall@redstone.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487193)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Fleet Industrial Supply Center Norfolk, Detachment Philadelphia,
  700 Robbins Ave., Bldg. 2B, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5084
SUBJECT: A--COMPETITIVE SUSTAINMENT PROGRAM
SOL N00140-00-BAA3339
DUE 092900
POC James Hromsco, Contract Specialist, 215-697-9664 , Mario
  Cesarone, Contracting Officer
DESC: BAA-COMPETITIVE SUSTAINMENT PROGRAM-This announcement constitutes
  a Broad Agency Announcement(BAA) in accordance with FAR 35.016.
  There will be no formal Request for Proposals or other solicitation
  regarding this announcement.  BACKGROUND: The Joint Electronic
  Commerce Program Office (JECPO) is soliciting proposals for
  appropriately constituted entity/consortia to conduct research
  projects in its Competitive Sustainment Program. Research conducted
  by a selected entity/consortium should result in significant
  improvement to the current state of practice for maintenance
  and operation of existing weapons systems. Technical oversight
  of the projects funded under this BAA will be performed by
  JECPO. Subject to availability of funds, a total of approximately
  $35 million is planned for funding projects selected as a result
  of this BAA over the next five years. $25 million will be funded
  directly from the program. The remainder is anticipated to
  come from other DoD sources.   SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS: 
    I. GENERAL  In order to be eligible for all awards that
  may potentially be made under this announcement, entities/consortia
  are urged to submit proposals to FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia,
  700 Robbins Avenue, Bldg. 2B ,Philadelphia, PA 19111-5083,
  Attention: James Hromsco, Code 02P3B, by September 29, 2000.
    Offerors are required to submit their proposals in two separate
  volumes as follows: Volume I, Technical Proposal (Original
  and 7 copies), Volume II, Price/Cost Proposal (Original and
  1 copy). A CD-ROM or 3 1/2" floppy disc containing the proposal
  in Microsoft Word or DOS ASCII format is also requested, but
  no proposal will be denied consideration because it does not
  include a disc. Proposals may not be submitted by fax or e-mail.
  The completion and submission of the above items will constitute
  a proposal. A deficiency in a proposal may be corrected only
  through discussions (see FAR 15.306(d) and 15.307).   Volume
  I Technical Proposal  This volume shall contain the technical
  portion of the proposal to include all data and information
  required for technical evaluation, and exclude any reference
  to the pricing aspects of each offer. Each page of each copy
  shall be affixed with the following legend:  Source Selection
  Information See FAR 3.104  Volume II Price/Cost Proposal
    This volume shall include a complete and detailed cost breakdown
  with all supporting information. Each page of each copy shall
  be affixed with the following legend:  Source Selection Information
   See FAR 3.104  IMPORTANT NOTES:  (1) Offerors shall respond
  to all requirements of the BAA.   (2) In the event any portion
  of the technical proposal is written by anyone who is not a
  bona fide employee of the firm submitting the proposal, a certificate
  to this effect shall be furnished which shall be signed by
  a responsible officer of the offeror and shall also identify
  the person's name, employment capacity, the name of the person's
  firm, the relationship of that firm to the offeror, and the
  portion of the technical proposal the person wrote.  II.
  REQUIREMENTS FOR PROPOSAL CONTENT   (1) Introduction and
  Purpose - This section specifies the format that offerors shall
  use in this BAA. The intent is not to restrict the offerors
  in the manner in which they will perform their work but rather
  to ensure a certain degree of uniformity in the format of the
  responses for evaluation purposes.  (2) The various sections
  of the proposal are explained in paragraph 3, Volume I below.
  Volume II is comprised of the price/cost proposal and supporting
  documentation.  (3) Any offeror who will be submitting CLASSIFIED
  data in their technical proposal shall first notify the FISC
  Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia by contacting the point of
  contact in the BAA. CLASSIFIED data that is forwarded as part
  of an offeror's proposal must be housed in its own binder,
  separate from the unclassified portion.  (4) Each part shall
  contain the following items in addition to the technical/descriptive
  data required by the BAA:  PROPOSAL FORMAT: All proposals
  must be in the format given below. Non-conforming proposals
  may be rejected without review. In addition to the paper copies,
  a copy on a CD-ROM or 3 1/2" floppy disc in Microsoft Word
  or ASCII DOS format is requested, but is not mandatory. 
  VOLUME I - TECHNICAL AND MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL shall include
  the following sections, each starting on a new page. Each page
  shall be 8 1/2" by 11" with type not smaller than 12 pitch
  or 11 point. VOLUME I shall not exceed 100 pages, although
  proposers are encouraged to prepare concise, non-verbose proposals
  that directly support the evaluation factors.  Section I,
  Administration: A. Cover page including:  - BAA Number -
  Proposal Title - Proposal category (Technical or Cost) -
  Volume number - Identification of copies bearing original
  signatures - Technical point of contact including name, electronic
  mail address (if available), fax number (if available), and
  mailing address. - Administrative point of contact including
  name, electronic mail address (if available), fax number (if
  available), and mailing address. - Table of Contents: The
  table of contents shall provide sufficient detail as to allow
  the important elements to be easily located. The use of tabs
  and dividers is encouraged. - Names of all organizations that
  comprise the offeror's proposed team and each organization's
  type of business, selected from among the following categories:
  "LARGE BUSINESS", "SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS, "OTHER SMALL
  BUSINESS", "HBCU", "MI", OTHER EDUCATIONAL", OR "OTHER NONPROFIT".
    Section I, Administration: B. Official transmittal letter.
    Section II, Detailed Proposal Information: This section
  provides the detailed discussion of the proposed work necessary
  to enable an in-depth review of the specific technical and
  managerial issues. Specific attention must be given to addressing
  both risk and payoff of the proposed work that make it desirable
  to JECPO.  Section III, Additional Information. This section
  shall contain a bibliography of relevant technical papers and
  research notes (published and unpublished) which document the
  technical ideas upon which the specific projects in the proposal
  are based.  (5) Requirements for Style: Each offeror shall
  submit a proposal that clearly and concisely describes and
  defines the contractor's response to the requirements contained
  in the BAA. Unnecessary elaboration or other presentations
  beyond that sufficient to present a complete and effective
  proposal are not desired and may be construed as an indication
  of the offeror's lack of understanding of cost consciousness.
  Elaborate artwork, expensive paper or bindings, and expensive
  visual or other presentation aids are neither necessary nor
  desired. The proposal shall contain all the pertinent information
  in sufficient detail in the one area of the proposal where
  it contributes most critically to the discussion of the same
  information. When necessary, the offeror shall refer to the
  initial discussion and identify its location within his proposal.
    III. PROPOSAL CONTENT  VOLUME I - TECHNICAL  The technical
  evaluation factors are listed below in descending order of
  importance:  The overall goal of this program is to reduce
  the cost of sustaining existing weapons systems and improve
  their readiness rates. Each proposal will include details as
  to how the composition of the proposed team and the capabilities
  and experience of its members would be applied to accomplish
  these reductions.  (1) Entity/team transfer capabilities.
    The proposal shall demonstrate the technical, scientific
  and technology transfer capabilities of the proposed entity/team,
  and appropriateness of the particular types of firms (primes,
  sub-tier suppliers, etc.) included. Each offeror is required
  to develop an entity/team composed of entities such as weapon
  systems prime contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and technology
  providers. This entity/team must be able to perform research,
  development and technology transfer in the areas described
  herein. Each proposal should describe a an entity or consortium
  capable of conducting a consolidated effort in support of one
  or more related technical concepts or ideas related to sustainment.
  Sustainment - the operation and maintenance of existing weapons
  systems - is a major cost item for the Department of Defense.
  The application of EB/EC techniques and technologies to sustainment
  should result in considerable improvements in the processes
  used to operate and maintain systems and significant reductions
  in the cost of operation and maintenance. JECPO believes that
  significant opportunity exists to apply emerging electronic
  business practices to the general area of complex end item
  support. Selected entities or teams will be asked to perform
  research or pilot projects to improve DoD sustainment practices
  and reduce costs in various areas of which the following are
  examples:  (a) Supply chain integration practices; (b) Quality
  of and access to business and technical data; (c) Maintenance
  processes; (d) Strategies for increased reliability; (e)
  Training methods that reduce sustainment costs.  Technology
  transfer will be a requirement for all efforts undertaken in
  projects executed by entities/teams selected under this BAA.
    (2) Past performance by entity/team members on comparable
  efforts.  The offeror shall describe the past performance
  of its proposed entity/ team and its members on similar contracts
  they have held within the last five (5) years which are of
  similar scope, magnitude and complexity to that which is detailed
  in the BAA or affirmatively state that they possess no relevant
  directly related or similar past performance. Offerors who
  present similar contracts should provide a detailed explanation
  demonstrating the relevance of the contracts to the requirements
  of the BAA. The offeror should provide the following information
  regarding the past performance of its team members:  1. Contract
  number(s), 2. Name and phone number of a point of contact
  at the federal, state, local government or commercial entity
  for which the contract was performed,  3. Dollar value of
  the contract, 4. Detailed description of the work performed,
   5. Names of subcontractor(s) used, if any and a description
  of the extent of work performed by the subcontractor(s), 6.
  The number, type and severity of any quality, delivery or cost
  problems in performing the contract, the corrective action
  taken and the effectiveness of the corrective action.  Offerors
  shall address the past performance of the entity/team members
  in complying with requirements of the clauses at FAR 52.219-8,
  Utilization of Small, Small Disadvantaged and Women-Owned Small
  Business Concerns, and 52.219-9, Small, Small Disadvantaged
  and Women-Owned Small Business Subcontracting Plan.  (3)
  Entity/teaming arrangement structure and management plan.
   The proposal shall discuss teaming arrangements and management
  plans. The offeror should provide a detailed description of
  the proposed entity/consortium's composition and management
  structure. Proposer's entity/team should be structured to allow
  it to perform projects in which at least half of the funded
  effort will be performed by industrial partners involved in
  sustaining existing weapons systems.   (4) Entity/team members'
  capabilities.  The proposal shall discuss entity/team members'
  capabilities and related experience, including personnel, facilities,
  equipment, and data. The offeror shall demonstrate the entity/consortium
  members' similar or directly related work experience and relevant
  accomplishments of similar scope, magnitude and complexity
  to the BAA. The offeror should address the following: history,
  organization, qualifications and work experience within the
  last five (5) years as they relate to the requirements of the
  BAA , and any other information the offeror considers relevant
  to the BAA. The offeror should provide the sponsor's technical
  and contracting points of contact and telephone numbers. The
  proposal should describe the entity/consortium and individual
  members' facilities that would be used for the proposed effort.
  The proposal should provide a concise summary of the qualifications
  of key personnel. Each offeror shall provide the following
  certification: "I certify that each individual proposed as
  key personnel was contacted after the issue date of the BAA
  and that each individual has confirmed that they are available
  for contract performance." If personnel are not currently in
  the employ of Contractor, a written agreement from the potential
  employee to work will be part of the technical proposal. 
   (5) Proposed specific projects.  The proposal shall include
  three (3) to five (5) proposed specific sustainment enhancement
  projects that the entity/team believes would be appropriate
  to perform, including the team's detailed technical approach
  to each of these projects, the rationale for their inclusion
  in the JECPO sustainment program, the anticipated results and
  products, the methodology to be used to assess the impact on
  sustainment costs of each project's success, the transferable
  technology of each one, and the estimated costs for each such
  project. JECPO plans to ask selected entities/teams (on a case-by-case
  basis) to share costs for those projects to be funded under
  this BAA for which cost sharing is appropriate. Proposers should
  discuss in the proposal their general approach to cost sharing,
  the percentage and type of cost sharing proposed (if any),
  and any particular circumstances under which they would not
  agree to share costs.   (6) Small business participation.
    Offerors shall address the extent of participation of small
  businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, women-owned small
  businesses, and historically black colleges or universities
  and minority institutions in performance of the contract. In
  order to receive credit under this factor, the offeror must
  provide targets, expressed as dollars and percentages of total
  contract value, for Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses,
  Women-Owned Small Businesses, and Historically Black Colleges
  or Universities and Minority Institutions, in any of the Standard
  Industrial Classification (SIC) Major Groups as determined
  by the Department of Commerce. The targets may provide for
  participation by a prime contractor, joint venture partner,
  teaming arrangement member, or subcontractor. Targets will
  be incorporated and become part of any resultant contracts.
    VOLUME II - PRICE/COST  Part II shall be a complete and
  detailed price/cost breakdown. The offeror's price/cost proposal
  shall support the offeror's technical proposal. A cost breakdown
  to the level of major tasks and equipment for proposed entity/team
  operations and management, and for each specific project included
  in the proposal is to be included. An explanation of any estimating
  factors, including their derivation and application shall be
  provided. If the price/cost proposal does not support the technical
  proposal, the offeror's overall proposal rating may be downgraded.
  The price/cost proposal shall include all elements of cost
  and such other cost information as considered appropriate to
  support your proposal. The cost and pricing information shall
  be completed in accordance with the following:  (a) Separate
  cost and pricing information shall be submitted for each year
  of the services specified in the BAA.  (b) Supporting data
  including labor rates and hours, burden rates, material lists
  and costs, travel charges, and "other direct costs" used in
  developing the cost breakdown shall be furnished and properly
  referenced with this data. The supporting data for "other direct
  costs" shall include an itemization of those costs and a justification
  and explanation for each cost so itemized.  (c) All subcontracts
  set forth in the technical proposal shall be priced in the
  cost proposal. Subcontracts regardless of dollar value shall
  be adequately documented to facilitate a determination of cost
  reasonableness/realism.  If you are currently being audited,
  or have been audited by the Defense Contract Audit Agency,
  it is requested that the name and location of the assigned
  DCAA office be furnished with your proposal.  EVALUATION
  CRITERIA AND THE BASIS FOR AWARD:   (1) The Government intends
  to award a contract or contracts resulting from this solicitation
  to the responsible offeror(s) whose proposal(s) represent the
  best value after evaluation in accordance with the factors
  in the BAA. After evaluation, proposers will be notified of
  selectability or non-selectability. Selectable proposals will
  be considered for funding. Non-selectable proposals will be
  destroyed or returned to the offeror if requested by the offeror.
  One copy of non-selectable proposals may be retained for file
  purposes. Not all proposals deemed selectable will be funded.
  Decisions to fund selectable proposals will be based on funds
  availability. Funded contract awards will begin with the highest
  rated proposal and continue to the next lower rated proposal
  until available funds are exhausted. However, this BAA will
  remain open for submission of additional proposals for one
  year. In the event additional funding is made available during
  that year, the Contracting Officer will convene additional
  technical evaluation panel(s) who will consider non-awarded
  selectable proposals as well as any new proposals received
  since the original proposal due date of September 29, 2000.
  The Government reserves the right to select for award all,
  some, or none of the proposals received. All responsible sources
  capable of satisfying the Government's needs may submit proposals
  which shall be considered by the Government. Selectable proposals
  identified for funding will result in a contract. The evaluation
  of proposals will consider the offeror's technical proposal
  significantly more important than the offeror's cost/price
  proposal.  (2) The technical evaluation factors are listed
  below in descending order of importance:  - Entity/Team transfer
  capabilities   - Past performance by entity/team members
  on comparable efforts  - Entity/Teaming arrangement structure
  and management plan  - Entity/Team members' capabilities
    - Proposed specific projects  - Small business participation
    - Cost realism and reasonableness, including both entity/consortium
  administrative and operational costs and the proposed costs
  for the specific projects included in the proposal  The Government
  reserves the right to obtain information for use in the evaluation
  of past performance from any and all sources including sources
  outside of the Government. Offerors lacking relevant past performance
  history will not be evaluated favorably or unfavorably on past
  performance. However, the proposal of an offeror with no relevant
  past performance history, while not rated favorably or unfavorably
  for past performance, may not represent the most advantageous
  proposal to the Government and thus, may be an unsuccessful
  proposal when compared to the proposals of other offerors.
  The offeror should provide the information requested above
  for past performance evaluation, including past performance
  in complying with targets for Small Disadvantaged Business
  (SDB) participation and subcontracting goals for SDBs, or affirmatively
  state that it possesses no relevant directly related or similar
  past performance. If an offeror fails to provide any past performance
  information which is similar in scope, magnitude and complexity
  to that which is detailed in the BAA or fails to affirmatively
  state that it possesses no relevant directly related or similar
  past performance, the offer may not be awardabl
EMAILADD: James_J_Hromsco@phil.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487213)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters Acquisition
  Branch, Code 210.H, Greenbelt, MD 20771
SUBJECT: A--EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE PATHFINDER (ESSP)
SOL ESSP-AO
POC  Michael J Crison, Formulation Manager, Phone (202) 358-4718,
  Fax (202) 358-2769, Email mcrison@mail.hq.nasa.gov
DESC: Dear Colleague: Plans for the third Announcement of Opportunity
  (AO) for the Earth System Science Pathfinder (ESSP) are being
  formulated within the Office of Earth Science at NASA Headquarters.
  Currently, the following programmatic milestones have tentatively
  been established: AO release early October 2000 Pre-proposal
  Conference mid October 2000 Notices of Intent due late October
  2000 Step-One Proposals due mid November 2000 Announcement
  of Step-One ratings mid January 2001 Step-Two Proposals due
  mid May 2001 Announcement of Step-Two selections mid August
  2001 Once again, the ESSP AO will solicit proposals for at
  least two primary missions. Mission cost caps are currently
  being determined. NASA will focus the AO on the following science
  questions: a) How do ecosystems respond to environmental change
  and affect the global carbon cycle? Purpose: Understand the
  processes that control cycling of carbon and nutrients through
  Earth's carbon cycle. b) Is the global water cycle accelerating?
  Purpose: Understand processes that control transport, storage,
  and exchange of fresh water between Earth's atmosphere, land,
  oceans, and polar regions. c) What trends in atmospheric constituents
  and solar radiation are driving global climate? d) What are
  the effects of regional pollution on the global atmosphere,
  and the effects of global chemical and climate changes on regional
  air quality? Purpose: Understand physical and dynamical processes
  that control and regulate the chemistry and exchange of mass
  and energy between Earth's troposphere and stratosphere. e)
  How is the Earth surface being transformed, and how can this
  information be used to predict future changes? Purpose: Understand
  the geophysical and dynamical processes that contribute to
  deformation of the Earth surface, resulting in earthquakes,
  land slides, and other tectonic activities. The solicitation
  will primarily encourage proposals that address the scientific
  area of focus identified above. We will consider other scientifically
  compelling proposals beyond the areas of focus. However, in
  Step-One proposals must provide a clear and concise justification
  to convey their significance as they relate to the scientific
  priorities identified above. I look forward to your participation
  in the next NASA Earth Science Announcement of Opportunity
  and thank you for your interest in the program. You can stay
  informed of ESSP activities and access the upcoming Announcement
  of Opportunity by visiting the ESSP homepage at http://essp.gsfc.nasa.gov/
  . Please contact Michael Crison at (202) 358-4718 or by e-mail
  at mcrison@hq.nasa.gov if you have any further questions. Sincerely,
  Ghassem R. Asrar Associate Administrator for Earth Science
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=04#ESSP-AO
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mcrison@mail.hq.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487222)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: A--MILITARY SENSING INFORMATION ANALYSIS CENTER (SENSIAC)
SOL SP070000R1100
DUE 103000
POC For information only Johanna Moore (614)692-7115
DESC: CBD note 26 applies. This solicitation is for the establishment
  and operation of the Military Sensing Information Analysis
  Center (SENSIAC)to be awarded for a three (3) year base period
  with one four (4) year option period and one three (3) year
  option period. The mission of SENSIAC is to perform the functions
  of a DoD Information Analysis Center (IAC) as described in
  DoD Instruction 3200.14. The Scientific and Technical Information
  (STI) products and services resulting from SENSIAC efforts
  are intended to increase the productivity of the DoD Research,
  Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) community's scientific
  and engineering functions through timely dissemination of authoritative,
  accurate, and high quality STI in military sensing technology
  (MST) fields. Accordingly, SENSIAC shall continually monitor
  information sources and extract MST-related STI from worldwide
  engineering, technical and scientific information sources,
  including documents, databases, electronic, paper, and other
  information media sources. The contractor shall ensure maximum
  use of the resources of other DoD IACs. SENSIAC information
  collection, analysis, and dissemination efforts should facilitate
  use of existing STI, while reducing unnecessary duplication
  of research, information collection, analysis, and dissemination
  efforts. The contractor shall develop, maintain, and market
  IAC products and services to STI users in Government, industry,
  and academia, as well as decision and policy makers in the
  acquisition community. The SENSIAC contractor shall identify
  and seek out opportunities to provide military sensing technology
  information to DoD components, other U.S. Government agencies
  and departments, their contractors, and other authorized recipients
  of SENSIAC information. The SENSIAC shall provide the DoD and
  user community with timely and authoritative information relative
  to key R&D concepts, results, and trends; applications and
  processes; and assessment of international R&D technology.
  MST areas within the scope of the SENSIAC are sensors, sensor
  subcomponents and materials technology; countermeasures and
  counter-countermeasures; directed energy/active systems; target,
  background and atmospheric phenomenology; and manned and automated
  target acquisition/discrimination techniques. Sensor types
  within the scope of this IAC are the following: Electro-magnetic
  (EM), Electro-optical (EO), Infrared (IR), Radar, Acoustic,
  Seismic, Magnetic, Fused sensor combinations and novel sensors
  such as 2D and 3D sensors. Spectral bands of EM sensors of
  interest include all wavelengths from the UV through Radar.
  The contractor must have the capability to prepare authoritative
  technical reference works including software, databases, handbooks,
  state-of-the-art reports, critical reviews, technology assessments,
  research directories, abstracts, and indexes. Sources must
  have the capability of a full-service Information Analysis
  Center, with immediate access on a part-time, as needed, basis
  to scientific and engineering expertise in the range of subjects
  and disciplines within the Center's scope of work and whose
  experts' primary assignments are research and development in
  the required disciplines. The SENSIAC contractor shall also
  provide support for the Military Sensing Symposia (MSS) (formerly
  Infrared Information Symposia (IRIS) as a unique basic-services
  function partially funded by the MSS community. The Defense
  Supply Center Columbus (DSCC)intends to release a Request for
  Proposal (RFP) under solicitation number SP0700-00-R-1100 for
  the SENSIAC on or about September 15, 2000 with a closing date
  approximately 45 days thereafter. This requirement will be
  satisfied using full and open competition procedures. Offers
  in response to the solicitation will be evaluated under Source
  Selection Procedures as outlined in the Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR). ORAL PRESENTATIONS will be used to streamline
  the acquisition process. It is anticipated that CONTRACT AWARD
  WILL BE MADE WITHOUT DISCUSSIONS. Contract award decisions
  will be made after an impartial assessment of all evaluation
  factors. Contractors interested in receiving a copy of the
  RFP may download the solicitation from the following web site:
  http://www.dscc.dla.mil/Offices/IAC/. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487232)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management
  Division (MD-33), Attn: ORDSC, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711
SUBJECT: A--ENHANCEMENT OF THE GENERAL ECOSYSTEM MODEL FOR SIMULATING
  CARBON AND NITROGEN ISOTOPE
SOL XMT062
POC Ramona G. Evans, Contract Specialist (919/541-4749)
DESC: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) intends
  to negotiate on a sole source basis with Dr. Edward Rastetter,
  The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods
  Hole, MA 02543, for expanded software development. An objective
  of EPA's Nitrogen Project is to use the General Ecosystem Model
  (GEM) (Rastetter et al, 1991) to assess how forested watersheds
  will respond to existing or projected stressor scenarios. GEM
  is a process-based model of ecosystem carbon, nitrogen and
  soil water dynamics that simulates the responses of vegetation
  and soils to changes in atmospheric CO2, temperature, precipitation,
  irradiance, nitrogen deposition and disturbances such as forest
  management. This model can play an important role in EPA's
  risk assessment activities by providing a means for relating
  stressors to probable effects, integrating diverse measures
  into a self-consistent framework, and making meaningful extrapolations
  across scales of time, space, and biological organization.
  A major objective of this particular modeling work is to provide
  EPA the predictive capabilities for determining the impact
  of anthropogenic nitrogen deposition to terrestrial watersheds
  and the loss of nitrogen to surface waters and estuaries. Isotopes
  have proven to be a very valuable tool for tracking element
  cycles in ecosystems, particularly in the context of element
  retention and loss. A limitation of the current version of
  GEM is that isotopes of carbon and nitrogen are not included
  in the model. Enabling GEM to simulate cycling of carbon and
  nitrogen isotopes would substantially improve analyses of the
  uptake, internal recycling, and loss of these elements in forested
  watersheds. For example, EPA is currently conducting 15N-tracer
  studies to assess the fate of anthropogenic nitrogen additions
  to forest ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest. While the experimental
  results will provide insights into short-term (1-3 years) nitrogen
  dynamics, an isotopic version of GEM is needed to extrapolate
  those results across scales of space and time. One objective
  of this sole source procurement will be to develop software
  that works in conjunction with previous software developed
  by Dr. Rastetter to enhance the General Ecosystem Model (GEM)
  for simulating carbon and nitrogen isotope dynamics. The software
  developed through this procurement must work in conjunction
  with the GEM to simulate the uptake, internal recycling and
  loss of isotopes of carbon (12C, 13C) and nitrogen (14N, 15N)
  in terrestrial ecosystems, including plants and soils. The
  enhancements for simulating isotopes will build on other changes
  to the model that the original developer of the GEM is making
  or has made. Because of the complexity of the GEM and the difficulty
  of linking the new model changes to the changes currently being
  made or which have already been made, which are both unavailable
  to other contractors and too costly to reproduce, EPA believes
  only the above named vendor is capable of satisfying these
  requirements. The isotope simulation software shall be designed
  to work directly on the output of GEM, which will provide both
  the magnitude of all carbon and nitrogen pools and the rates
  of all fluxes. The software shall allow specification of the
  initial isotopic signature for all pools and the isotopic discrimination
  for all fluxes. Because the changes in isotopic signature of
  interacting pools will depend on both forward and backward
  fluxes of material, the isotopic signature cannot be simulated
  by applying a simple mass balance for each isotope to the net
  flux. Therefore, GEM may need to be changed to simulate only
  gross fluxes, or some other means will need to be devised to
  infer these gross fluxes from the model. The isotope simulation
  software shall also include an algorithm that (1) calculates
  daily changes in isotope discrimination associated with changes
  in daily water stress, and (2) temporally aggregates the daily
  changes to annual changes in isotope discrimination. This temporal
  aggregation shall be designed to work in coordination with
  the algorithms in GEM that link the daily water budget to the
  annual carbon and nitrogen budgets. The daily water budget
  in GEM is currently under development but will be available
  no later than March 15, 2001. This will provide ample time
  to meet the deliverable dates for this effort. The anticipated
  period of performance for this effort is from date of award
  through March 15, 2002. The recipient of this work must have
  extensive experience in four areas: (1) at least 3 years of
  experience in writing and debugging GEM program code (publically
  available since the model was first published in 1991 - see
  web site: http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/research/models/gem/welcome.html
  ); (2) at least 1 year of experience in applying GEM to analyze
  terrestrial ecosystem carbon and nitrogen dynamics, as demonstrated
  by at least one co-authored publication in a peer-reviewed
  scientific journal; (3) at least 2 years experience in Delphi
  programming, including writing and debugging code; and (4)
  proficiency in mathematics as demonstrated by a Bachelor's
  degree or higher in a mathematics-related field (mathematics,
  physics, quantitative ecology, etc.). EPA believes that the
  original developer of the General Ecosystem Model (GEM) is
  the only vendor capable of satisfying the complex technical
  requirements stated above on a quick-response basis within
  the time frame required by EPA without the costly duplication
  of prior efforts. No solicitation is available. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. All interested
  parties must identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirement as evidenced by response to the four criteria
  identified above or submit proposals within 15 days of the
  date of this announcement. A determination by the Government
  not to compete this procurement based upon 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. Interested vendors
  shall: (1) include information on the proposed services which
  clearly supports all the requirements outlined above and; (2)
  provide itemized pricing that is sufficient to make a determination
  that competition is feasible. Submit responses to the U.S.
  EPA, Attn: Ramona G. Evans, ORD Service Center/NHEERL, Contracts
  Management Division (MD-33), Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27711.
  No telephone requests will be honored. See also numbered note
  26.  
EMAILADD: evans.ramona@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail. 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive & Kidney Diseases
  (NIDDK), Acquisition Management Branch, 6705 Rockledge Dr.,
  MSC 7973, Room 8048, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-7973
SUBJECT: A--PANCREAS TRANSPLANT DATABASE
SOL RFP-NIH-NIDDK-00-03
DUE 100200
POC Contact Danielle C. Sweeney, Contract Specialist, 301-594-8838
DESC: The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney
  Diseases (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH),
  is seeking an organization or an institution to collect pancreas
  transplant data both pre and post-transplantation and to analyze
  demographic ans outcome information on pancreas transplant
  recipients from all institutions performing these transplants
  within the United States, as well as to communicate the data
  and the results of analyses to the scientific community. This
  Request for Proposal, RFP No. NIH-NIDDK-00-03, will be issued
  on or about September 1, 2000, with a closing date of October
  2, 2000. To receive a copy of this RFP, please supply this
  office with two self-addressed mailing labels and cite the
  RFP number referenced above. Requests must be made in writing
  and addressed to: Danielle C. Sweeney, Contract Specialist,
  Acquisition Management Branch, National Institutes of Diabetes
  and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Rockledge One, 6705 Rockledge
  Drive, Suite 8048, MSC 7973, Bethesda, MD 20892-7973. This
  advertisement does not commit the Government to make an award.

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: A--DIGITAL VOICE/DATA INTERCOM SYSTEM
SOL NA
DUE 090100
POC Dave Ludwig (256) 854-6000; Dorphelia Wherry (256) 876-2838
DESC: 1. Purpose: The United States Army, through the TOCs/AMDCCS
  Project Office, Huntsville, AL., has a requirement to determine
  the availability of a digital voice/data intercom system or
  family of systems.   2. Schedule: The systems must be production
  systems that will be available early in 2001, be able to be
  mounted in tactical wheeled and tracked vehicles and aircraft.
    3. Scope of Work: The intercom shall have the following
  capabilities: a. Point to point comunications b. Conduct
  preplanned conference calls c. Access voice radios (FM, HF
  and SATCOM) d. Provide telephone connectivity to both tactical
  and commercial telephone systems e. The intercom must be modular
  in design to allow variable configurations to meet variable
  integration and/or operational requirements and allow for expansion
  of capabilities (add vehicles/aircraft, workstations add radio
  and telephony interfaces, etc) f. The intercom must be able
  to achieve flight worthiness certification, meet EMI/EMC and
  environmental requirements for tactical operations  4. Performance
  on this contract at either the prime or subcontractor level
  will require access to defense information/equipment that is
  not considered appropriate for release to non-U.S. companies.
    5. Capability Description: Industry is invited to provide
  any available product information depicting the technical capabilities
  and requirements of operation of available intercom systems/family
  of systems. Contractors intersted in this effort should submit
  the capabilities description via telefax (256) 842-7684 to
  Mr. David Ludwig, Contracting Officer, at (256) 854-6000, U.S.
  Army Aviation and Missile Command, ATTN: AMSAM-AC-SM-C, Redstone
  Arsenal, AL. 35898. This synopsis is for informational and
  planning purposes only and does not constitute a solicitation
  and is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government.
  Only written submissions will be accepted and must be received
  by 01 September 2000. 
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: NA
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487333)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management
  Division (MD-33), Attention: OARSC, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27711
SUBJECT: B--TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR INDOOR AIR ISSUES
SOL N/A
POC Karen Cox, Contract Specialist, 919-541-3114; Kathleen Moore,
  Contracting Officer, 919-541-3114
DESC: The Environmental Protection Agency has a current contract,
  number 68D50164, with Environmental Health and Engineering
  Inc. (EH&E). This level of effort, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract
  is in its final option period and requires the contractor to
  provide technical support for indoor air issues. Specifically,
  this contract extension will provide continued support for
  (1) analysis of Building Assessment Survey and Evaluation Study
  (BASE) data, (2) development of a matrix as the basis for a
  screening-level ranking and selection of air toxics found indoors,
  and (3) continuation of technical assistance for environmental
  monitoring for public access and community tracking in child
  health champion pilot communities. The current contract expires
  September 30, 2000. However, services are required that are
  a continuation of existing work assignments in progress, additional
  tasks which are logical progressions of existing work, and/or
  new work assignments for technical effort required during the
  interim period before a new contract is awarded. The new work
  assignments would be for only new work that can be completed
  within the time frame of the extension. Only an extension of
  the present contract can provide uninterrupted, critical technical
  support to meet Agency requirements. Therefore, the government
  intends to extend the period of performance of this contract
  for a maximum potential period of performance this contract
  for a maximum potential period of performance of 45 days from
  October 1, 2000 to November 15, 2000, for a maximum of 750
  professional hours. Only the incumbent contractor has the equipment,
  knowledge, and "know-how" to continue working with the on-going
  work without an extensive training and start-up period. It
  is not practicable for the Government to substitute a replacement
  contractor(s) during the extended period of work due to the
  limited time work is needed, the Government's need to meet
  Agency requirements, and the expense of multiple transitions.
  The work to be completed during this time period requires the
  same expertise and qualifications as is currently required
  to perform the work assignments under the contract. Specifically,
  in order to provide the support, the contractor must have,
  as a minimum, a thorough understanding of the BASE study and
  be familiar with the processes involved in the study, knowledge
  of the risk-based concentrations data being compiled and selected
  for certain chemicals for the air toxics matrix, and in-depth
  knowledge of the pilot program in communities where environmental
  data are not widely available and significant environmental
  health threats to children exist. It would not be practical
  to have another firm pick up the on-going tasks and complete
  them as currently scheduled because of the loss of efficiency
  and unnecessary duplication of costs. Any other firm would
  require extensive training and familiarization with the on-going
  programs and unlikely to be able to complete the work within
  the specified time frame. The incumbent contractor has a qualified/trained
  staff in place uniquely capable of meeting the immediate needs
  of the Agency to complete the on-going projects on schedule
  to meet the Agency's requirements. Interested parties who believe
  they can provide the required services are invited to submit,
  in writing, an affirmative response demonstrating an ability
  to immediately assume the on-going projects without disruption
  to the current operations and demonstrating a cost benefit
  to the Government in view of the short period of performance
  and the on-going re-competition. Any written response must
  be received no later than 15 days after publication of this
  synopsis. In order to be responsive, the correspondence must
  be accompanied by a written narrative statement of capability,
  including detailed technical information sufficient to permit
  agency analysis in order to determine a bonafide capability
  to meet the Government's requirements. Responses without the
  required documentation will be considered non-responsive. This
  is NOT a formal notice of solicitation. Telephone and fax requests
  will not be honored. See Numbered Notes 22 and 26.
EMAILADD: cox.karen@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487185)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: USTDA, 1621 N. Kent Street, Suite 200, Arlington, VA
  22209-2131
SUBJECT: B--TDA ENERGY SECTOR PROJECT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON
  SOLE SOURCE BASIS FOR HUNGARIAN ENERGY-RELATED INSTITUTIONS
POC Della Glenn, USTDA, 1621 N. Kent Street, Suite 200, Arlington,
  VA 22209-2131, Tel: (703)875-4357, Fax: (703)875-4009
DESC: The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (TDA) wishes to announce
  its intent to sole source a contract to Commonwealth Power
  to develop energy project opportunities in Hungary. This project
  requires other than full and open competition because of the
  compelling urgency surrounding the window of time and deadline
  the Hungarian sponsors have imposed on TDA. This announcement
  is for notification purposes only, no offers to perform work
  will be considered at this time. The estimated cost of this
  work does not exceed $37,000. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487281)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: USDI, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office
  (952), P. O. Box 2965, Portland, Oregon 97208-2965
SUBJECT: B--PESTICIDE RISK ASSESSMENT
SOL HAQ002099
DUE 091800
POC Tom Fulton (503) 952-6218, FAX (503) 952-6312
DESC: The purpose of this project is to develop site specific
  pesticide risk assessments for four BLM western Oregon seed
  orchards. Identify and examine the direct risks to orchard
  workers, members of the public, wildlife, other non-target
  species from exposure to the pesticides used at each of the
  four sites. All responsible sources may submit an offer which
  will be considered. 
EMAILADD: or952mb@or.blm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487303)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.3), Patuxent
  Naval Air Station, Bldg 2272, Lexington Park, MD 20670
SUBJECT: B--DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNICAL DATA, TRAINING SUPPORT AND
  SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR THE ELECTRONIC VARIABLE INLET CONTROL
  SYSTEM USED ON THE F402 ROLLS-ROYCE ENGINE IN THE AV-8B AIRCRAFT!!
SOL N00019-98-G-0031
DUE 083100
POC Karen Langdon, Contract Specialist, AIR-2.3.1.7.2, Phone(301)757-5195,
  FAX(301)757-5284, Lois Cooksey, Contracting Officer, (301)757-5183
DESC: The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) intends to acquire
  services to develop technical data, training support, drawings
  updates and support equipment for the Electronic Variable Inlet
  Control System (EVICS) used in the F402 series engines for
  the AV-8B aircraft. NAVAIR anticipates award on a sole source
  basis to Rolls Royce, Bristol England, the manufacture of the
  F402 engine, as an order against a Basic Ordering Agreement
  (BOA). See Note 22.
EMAILADD: langdonkb@navair.navy.mil or cookseylm@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487338)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: B--CONTINUATION OF NATIONAL TRANSONIC FACILITY (NTF)
  REVITALIZATION EFFORT TO CONCENTRATE ON A DETAILED IMPLEMENTATION
  PLAN BASED ON PREVIOUS STAFF ASSESSMENTS
SOL 1-168-RBJ.1123
DUE 082800
POC  Kimberly D. Duncan, Contract Specialist, Phone (757) 864-3566,
  Fax (757) 864-6966, Email k.d.duncan@larc.nasa.gov - Susan
  E. McClain, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-8863, Fax
  (757) 864-9775, Email s.e.mcclain@larc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/LaRC plans to issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ)
  for continuation of services for the National Transonic Facility
  (NTF) Revitatlization team. This requirement is for a leadership
  class specifically designed for the NTF personnel based on
  previous assessments by the Auburn Group and for services that
  will concentrate on a detailed implementation plan based on
  the three previous phase of the staff assessments. This procurement
  is being conducted under the Simplified Acquisition Procedures
  (SAP). NASA/LaRC intends to purchase the items from Auburn
  Group, which has unique services available from only one source.
  The Auburn Group has designed the leadership training based
  on the staff assessments they have previously performed. For
  another company to perform this requirement would take substantial
  duplication of time and money and these costs are not expected
  to be recovered through competition. The Government intends
  to acquire a commercial item using FAR Part 12. 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 August 28, 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 not
  acceptable in response to this notice. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered by the agency.
  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=23#1-168-RBJ.1123
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: k.d.duncan@larc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487339)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: B--ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATIONS
SOL 10181-1-P004(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or email
  the CO at the address within this ad.
DESC: The US Fish & Wildlife Service requires the services of
  a contractor through an indefinate quantity contact for environmental
  evaluations. Typical work will include: developing Plans of
  Action; conducting investigations and developing draft and
  final reports; developing proposals for solution to identified
  fish and wildlife problems, including plans, specifications,
  drawings and cost estimates; coordination with other agencies
  and with various stakeholders; and preparation of necessary
  environmental documents. Assistance may also be required in
  developing ecologic and hydrologic models to aid in understanding
  the fish and wildlife implications of proposed actions. To
  provide this assistance and perform the required work, expertise
  may be required in the areas of fish and wildlife biology and
  specifically anadromous fish biology, migratory waterfowl biology,
  and the biology of listed California threatened or endangered
  species; wetland and riparian ecology; population dynamics;
  modeling; hydrology, hydraulics and water project operations;
  fish screen design and evaluation; fish and wildlife mitigation/habitat
  restoration; hydro-geomorphology; EIS/EIR preparation; the
  engineering and design of fish and wildlife mitigation/enhancement
  measures; and in public outreach and public involvement programs.
  The issue date is approximately September 11,00. The issue
  date is an estimate. Proposals will be due 30 days after the
  actual issue date. 
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487349)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
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: B--TO TEST THE REPLICATION CAPACITY OF THE ATTENUATED
  SIV HU ISOLATE IN NEWBORN MACAQUES
SOL 2000-Q-00188
DUE 090500
POC Susan Lyle, Purchasing Agent, Phone (770)488-2627, Fax (770)488-2670,
  Email SLyle@CDC.GOV - Susan Lyle, Purchasing Agent, Phone (770)488-2627,
  Fax (770)488-2670, Email SLyle@CDC.GOV
DESC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention intends
  to procure services of a vendor capable of testing the replication
  capacity of the attenuated SIVHU isolate in three newborn macaques.
  The vendor shall provide the three newborn macaques (24 hours
  old) and shall also have available three longterm SIVHU infected
  adult macaques. The vendor shall provide all reagents and supplies
  necessary for infecting the monkeys, performing laboratory
  tests and for the daily/monthly maintenance and monitoring.
  The vendor shall perform daily monitoring and monthly physical
  examinations, blood collections and evaluations and shall provide
  CDC with results as they become available. Care of animals
  shall be in accordance with federal regulations for research
  animal use and care. A sole source procurement is anticipated
  with Emory University, Yerkes Research Center, based on this
  vendor being the only source for isolated and characterized
  SIVHU (isolate from a human accidentally infected through occupational
  exposure) and the only vendor using this isolate in vivo. Inquiries
  must reflect the RFQ number. Point of Contact is Sue Lyle at
  the above address, Mailstop K70, or via e-mail at SIL2@cdc.gov,
  or by facsimile at 770-488-2670 or 2671. A Request for Quotations
  will be issued on approximately September 8, 2000. SIC 8221
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=2000-Q-00188&LocID=2965
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: SLyle@CDC.GOV
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487389)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Defense Supply Service-Washington, 5200 Army Pentagon,
  Rm. 1D245, Washington, DC 20310-5200
SUBJECT: B--FOREIGN POLICY/NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY STUDIES
SOL DASW01-00-T-3067
DUE 090200
POC Contract Specialist Mrs. Jeannette Jordan (703) 697-1274
DESC: The Defense Supply Service-Washington, on the behalf of
  the Office of the Secretary of Defense, intends to award a
  single source contract (IAW FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible
  Source) to Center for Strategic and International Studies to
  provide services which include analysis and preparation of
  analyses in support of U.S. policy decisions affecting relations
  between the U.S., China, and Taiwan. The Office of the Deputy
  Assistance Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs
  wishes to obtain information and analyses on the status of
  relations between and among the U.S., China, and Taiwan in
  the period leading up to the U.S.-PRC Defense Consultative
  Talks (DCTs) and U.S.-Taiwan Monterey Military Talks in late
  2000. In areas of Critical security, bilateral issues, Military-Military
  Initiatives, U.S. Domestic Environment, Civil-Military Relations
  in Taiwan, and U.S.-Taiwan Military-to-Military Initiatives.
  No solicitation will be issues. This announcement is for informational
  purposes only. No RFP is available for competitive bidding.

LINKURL: http://www.hqda.army.mil/dssweb
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jordajn@hqda.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487416)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: GSA, DC South Service Delivery Team (WPK), 7th & D Streets
  SW, Room 2670, Washington, DC 20407
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT-ENGINEER (A-E) SERVICES FOR THE MODERNIZATION
  OF THE MARY E. SWITZER BUILDING
SOL GS11P00MQC0041
DUE 091800
POC Michael Vrobel, Contracting Officer, Collette Scott, Contract
  Specialist (202) 708-6061 or 7853
DESC: The CBD announcement is hereby modified to change the address
  for submitting Standard Forms 254/255. Please submit for STAGE
  II, completed SF 254's (for the ALL Team firms), which must
  be dated not more than twelve (12) months before the date of
  this synopsis, and a SF 255 (for the entire A-E Design FIRM/TEAM)
  along with letter of intent TO: General Services Administration,
  7th & D Streets SW, Bid Room 1065, Washington, DC 20407, by
  3:30 p.m. local time on the DUE date of this notice. The General
  Services Administration (GSA) announces an opportunity for
  Design Excellence in Public Architecture (Stage II). Architect-Engineer
  (A-E) services are required for the Modernization of the Mary
  E. Switzer Building in Washington, D.C. for the GSA National
  Capital Region (NCR): Solicitation No. GS1100MQC0041. The following
  A-E firms have been selected (Short-listed) for Stage II consideration:
  1. Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates, 1056 Thomas Jefferson
  Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007-3813, Harry T. Gordon; 2.
  RTKL Associates, Inc. One South Street Baltimore, Maryland
  21202 Rose M. Dela Vega; 3. Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
  1030 15th Street, NW, Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20005 Joseph
  M. Spina; 4. Beyer Blinder Belle 1005 North Glebe Road, Suite
  600 Arlington, Virginia 22201 John Belle; 5. HNTB Corporation,
  99 Canal Center Plaza, Alexandria, VA 22314-1538, Kevin McDonald.
  STAGE II: In this stage, the entire project TEAM, including
  the A-E Design Firms Selected above in the first stage, their
  designated Lead Designers, and ALL the Consultants who will
  work on the project will be evaluated. The A-E Design firms
  will re-submit Standard Forms 254 and 255's which reflect their
  entire project. Team. The government has determined the following
  Design Service Disciplines to be included: Architectural, Mechanical,
  Electrical, Interior Design, Space Planning, Fire Protection
  and Life Safety, Structural, Security, Lighting, Acoustics,
  Cost Estimating, and Construction Phase A-E Inspection Services.
  The Stage II Evaluation Criteria for final selection are as
  follows:  I. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE
  (35%) A. Demonstrate experience and competence in designing
  large office building renovations that are similar to the Mary
  E. Switzer Building Modernization, particularly in the areas
  of HVAC, electrical, fire safety, plumbing, historic and space
  planning and programming. B. Demonstrate experience in designing
  projects that have multiple phases of construction work in
  occupied, multi-tenant buildings, and the ability to coordinate
  and integrate Tenant Agencies' needs into the project design,
  including the use of internal swing space. C. Demonstrate experience,
  understanding and capabilities to implement a mechanical and
  electrical systems modernization, that builds in design flexibility,
  that is economically feasible, to accommodate future changes
  and conversions between closed office space and an open office
  plan, or a mixture of the two. D. Demonstrate experience and
  capabilities to design using the best technology in all areas
  of work such as documentation management, use of metric units,
  energy management, and management of hazardous materials in
  occupied spaces. E. Demonstrate experience and capability of
  working with the owner and tenants, to design within the available
  budgets, and ability to guide, track and advise tenants in
  the use of a strict tenant improvement allowance. II. PAST
  PERFORMANCE (30%) A. Demonstrate based on two project examples
  within the last ten years, that the TEAM is responsive to the
  client requirements and meet and comply with approved design
  schedules. B. Demonstrate using the two project examples submitted,
  that effective cost controls are used in the design process,
  and that an in-place Quality Control Program exists, and is
  complied with by the FIRM and the TEAM. The A-E Firms shall
  submit two (2) project examples, at the interview, for making
  the above evaluations. The submissions shall be in a summary
  format and the projects shall be similar or relevant to the
  type of work for the intended Mary Switzer building renovation.
  The name, address and phone number of client contacts for the
  submitted projects shall be provided. The A/E's two example
  project submissions and presentations should be efficiently
  and pointedly presented with printed narrative and photographs.
  III. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (20%) A. Demonstrate that
  the proposed TEAM has the relevant key individual professional
  qualifications and experience necessary for this project. B:
  Show that the TEAM has the required leadership and experience
  to be responsive to the requirements of this contract, especially
  concerning the overall Design Project Manager. IV. CAPABILITIES
  OF FIRM (15%) A. Show the Location of the TEAM's design and
  production office(s) proposed for this project, sufficiency
  of staff and technical resources available, and are not committed
  to other contracts, to undertake this project. B. Demonstrate
  that the FIRM has the required organization and leadership
  to be timely and responsive to project requirements and possesses
  the ability to coordinate the TEAM work among different design
  and production offices. C. Does the FIRM demonstrate a pro-active
  effort to achieve the stated subcontracting goals with respect
  to the level of small, small disadvantaged, and small women-owned
  business concern participation in the performance of the contract?
  The above short listed A-E Firms are required to submit for
  STAGE II, completed SF 254's (for the ALL Team firms), which
  must be dated not more than twelve (12) months before the date
  of this synopsis, and a SF 255 (for the entire A-E Design FIRM/TEAM)
  along with letter of intent TO: General Services Administration,
  7th & D Streets SW, Bid Room 1065, Washington, DC 20407, by
  3:30 p.m. local time on the DUE date of this notice. In Block
  10 of the SF255, the "A-E Design Firm" MUST respond to the
  FOUR (I, II, III, IV) STAGE II EVALUATION CRITERIA stated above
  in the CBD announcement for this Solicitation. In Block11 of
  the SF255, the "A-E Design Firm" MUST sign, name, title and
  date the submittal. The procurement is being made under the
  Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program (FAR 19.10).
  This procurement is open to small and large business concerns.
  Before award of the contract, the A-E (if not a small business
  of $4,000,000 gross over 3 years) shall be required to present
  an acceptable Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business
  Subcontracting Plan in accordance with Public Law 95-507. Small,
  small disadvantaged and women-owned firms are strongly encouraged
  to participate as prime contractors or as members of joint
  ventures with others small businesses. All interested large
  business firms are reminded that the successful firm will be
  expected to place subcontractors to the maximum practical extent
  with small and disadvantaged firms as part of their ORIGINAL
  SUBMITTED TEAMS. As part of its commitment to socioeconomic
  initiatives of the Federal Government, the General Services
  Administration, Public Buildings Service has established for
  fiscal year 2000 subcontracting goals of 27.46% for small businesses,
  15.88% for small disadvantaged businesses and 3.03% for women-owned
  small businesses firms. Award of this contract is contingent
  upon funding approval. Contract procured under the Brooks Act
  and FAR 36. This is not a Request for Proposal.   
LINKURL: http://www.gsa.gov/regions/r11/wpk/wpk.htm
LINKDESC: 
  DC for National Capital Region
EMAILADD: collette.scott@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Washington, DC for GSA National Capital Region
CITE: (W-229 SN486579)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: U. S. Postal Service, Facilities Service Office, 6 Griffin
  Road North, Windsor, CT 06006-0300
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT
  FOR DESIGN, SITE ADAPTATION, AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION
  USING CADD DESIGN SYSTEM FOR STANDARD PLANS OF NEW POSTAL FACILITIES
  FOR THE ALBANY NY DISTRICT
SOL 082530-00-A-0019
POC Jeanne C. Warren, Secretary, A/E Evaluation Board, 860-285-7184
DESC: THIS SOLICITATION HAS BEEN CANCELED IN ITS ENTIRITY. This
  solicitation has been cancelled due to a change in the scope
  of work. The revised services will be re-advertised under a
  new solicitation number in the very near future. At the time
  of re-solicitation, all firms who have submitted previously
  will be notified, and if still interested are also required
  to submit updated standard forms SF255 and SF254.
LINKURL: http://www.usps.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jwarren3@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487150)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center
  Huntsville, 4820 University Square, Huntsville, AL 35816-1822
SUBJECT: C--ROOFER MANAGEMENT (EMS) AT VARIOUS CONUS AND OCONUS
  U.S. MILITARY INSTALLATIONS
SOL DACA87-00-R-0021
DUE 082500
POC Marie E. Raglind, 256-895-1154
DESC: Correction: The purpose of this amendment is to incorporate
  the following changes into the subject procurement: (a) Paragraph
  (1), CONTRACT INFORMATION, change "The amount of work in each
  contract performance period will not exceed $1,000,000" to
  read as follows: "The amount of work in each contract performance
  period will not exceed $2,000,000." (b) Paragraph (3), SELECTION
  CRITERIA, (b) Qualified Personnel, delete the discipline, "Civil
  Engineer". In addition to these changes the closing date is
  extended through 25 August 2000.
EMAILADD: Marie.Raglind@HND01.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487388)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center
  Huntsville, 4820 University Square, Huntsville, AL 35816-1822
SUBJECT: C--ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING-ROOFER-INFRARED SCANNING
  AT CONUS AND OCONUS U.S. MILITARY INSTALLATIONS
SOL DACA87-00-R-0022
DUE 082500
POC Marie E. Raglind, 256-895-1154
DESC: Correction: The purpose of this amendment is to incorporate
  the following changes into the subject procurement: (a) Paragraph
  (1), CONTRACT INFORMATION, change "The amount of work in each
  contract performance period will not exceed $1,000,000" to
  read as follows: "The amount of work in each contract performance
  period will not exceed $2,000,000." (b) Paragraph (3), SELECTION
  CRITERIA, (b) Qualified Personnel, delete the discipline, "Civil
  Engineer". In addition to these changes the closing date is
  extended through 25 August 2000.
EMAILADD: Marie.Raglind@HND01.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487392)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Bi-State Development Agency, 707 North First Street,
  St Louis, Missouri 63102
SUBJECT: C--METROLINK SIGNAGE DESIGN SERVICES
SOL 01-RFQ-2593-DD
DUE 092000
POC Diane C. Dedert, (314) 982-1400-1635
DESC: The Bi-State Development Agency is seeking Letters of Interest
  and Qualifications for design services to assist in implementing
  the signage system throughout 18 existing MetroLink stations
  and in updating selected signs at the Wellston Station. A new
  signage system has been developed for the MetroLink Light Rail
  system and a prototype has been installed at the Wellston station.
  The signage system criteria is documented in the "Signs of
  the System" guidebook, which sets the Agency's design standards
  for system signs. The signage system presents a well-designed,
  cohesive look that integrates well with the MetroLink station
  architecture and the communities in which the stations are
  located. Qualifications will be evaluated based on the following
  criteria, listed in order of importance: 1. Design excellence
  as evidenced by quality of past work. 2. Demonstrated experience
  in implementing Wayfinding systems. 3. Demonstrated experience
  in oversight of fabrication/installation. 4. Experience of
  key personnel assigned to this project. 5. Experience with
  transit and transit related projects. Selection of the successful
  firm will be made based on the Brooks Act. The Brooks Act requires
  that an offeror's qualifications be evaluated; price to be
  excluded as an evaluation factor; negotiations to be conducted
  with only the most qualified offeror; and failing agreement
  on price, negotiations with the next most qualified offeror
  are conducted until a contract award can be made to the most
  qualified offeror whose price is fair and reasonable. Award
  of this project will result in a firm fixed price contract.
  Firms replying to the request for qualifications are to submit
  SF-254, Architect-Engineer and Related Services Questionnaire
  and SF-255, Architect-Engineer and Related Services Questionnaire
  for Specific Projects in original and five copies, as well
  as other submission requirements.  -
LINKURL: www.bi-state.org
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ddedert@bsda.org
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487407)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DTS42, 2300 East Drive, Bldg 3600, Scott AFB,
  IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
SOL DHQLGL01MPD0007
DUE 083100
POC Pamela Hall 618-229-9491, FAX 618-229-9508
DESC: The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  (DITCO), 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5406, intends
  to issue a sole source purchase order to DTS Software, Inc,
  2913 Wake Forest Rd, Old Raleigh Fire Station, Raleigh, NC
  27609, for the acquisition of software maintenance renewal
  of SRS and ACC/SRS. This software will be running on equipment
  located at Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) St. Louis,
  DECC Mechanicsburg and DECC Columbus. The period of performance
  is 1 Oct 00 through 30 Sep 01. Companies who can provide the
  above listed proprietary software products must indicate their
  interest by 2:00 Central Standard Time, 31 Aug 00. Oral communications
  are not acceptable. You may contact the above listed Contract
  Specialist via fax at 618-229-9508 or E-Mail hall1p@scott.disa.mil
  to receive a request for quote. An award will be made by 30
  Sep 00. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code for
  this procurement is 7372. All responses from responsible sources
  shall be considered. 
EMAILADD: hall1p@scott.disa.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  E-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486964)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), P.O. Box 240005,
  Huntsville, AL 35824-6405
SUBJECT: D--MAINTENANCE
SOL 030CSC17866
DUE 083000
POC  Kaye Pettus, C.S.C. Procurement, Phone (256)544-7735, Fax
  (256)544-5828, Email Kaye.H.Pettus@msfc.nasa.gov
DESC: Computer Sciences Corporation plans to issue a Request
  for Quotation (RFQ) on a Sole Make and Model basis for one
  base year and one (1) year option for renewal of Cisco Hardware/Software/Technical
  Support for all the Cisco router equipment located at various
  locations. This procurement is being conducted under the Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures (SAP). CSC intends to purchase this
  maintenance from Cisco or one of their authorized dealers pursuant
  to FAR Part 13.106-1(b), which allows for the acquisition of
  supplies or services determined to be reasonably available
  from only one source. CSC intends to acquire a commercial item
  using FAR Part 12. Interested firms have until Aug,30 2000
  to submit in writing to the identified point of contact, their
  qualifications/capabilities and offers. Such qualifications/capabilities
  and offers will be used solely for the purpose of determining
  whether or not to conduct this procurement on a competitive
  basis. Responses received after Aug 30, 2000 without the required
  information will be considered non-responsive to the synopsis/solicitation
  and will not be considered. A determination by the Computer
  Sciences Corporation to not compete this proposed effort on
  a full and open cost competitive basis, based upon responses
  to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Computer
  Sciences Corporation. This announcement constitutes the only
  solicitation; quotes are being requested per the attached Request
  for Quotation (RFQ) and are located in the attached Word 7.0
  file and includes complete description and part numbers together
  with Representation and Certifications, and CSC Terms and Conditions
  and all attachments must be completed in order for consideration.
  It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor this Internet
  site for the release of any amendments, and clarifying questions
  and answers. For subscribers to the WWW who wish to obtain
  the relevant documents covering this synopsis, please access
  said information at http://procurement.nasa.gov as no hardcopy
  will be provided by this office. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS ARE NOT
  ACCEPTABLE IN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered by Computer Sciences
  Corporation.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=62#030CSC17866
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Kaye.H.Pettus@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486966)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DTS42, 2300 East Drive, Bldg 3600, Scott AFB,
  IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
SOL DHQLGL01MPD0036
DUE 083100
POC Pamela Hall 618-229-9491, Fax 618-229-9508
DESC: The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  (DITCO), 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5406, intends
  to issue a sole source purchase order to Systemware, Inc, 15601
  Dallas Parkway, Suite 1000, Addison, TX 75001, to procure software
  maintenance for the following products: JHS, X/PLX, DJDE PRINT
  OPTION, and X/PTR. This software will be running on equipment
  located at Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) Mechanicsburg,
  DECC St. Louis and DECC Oklahoma City. The period of performance
  is 1 Oct 00 through 30 Sep 01. Companies who can provide the
  above listed proprietary software products must indicate their
  interest by 2:00 Central Standard Time, 31 Aug 00. Oral communications
  are not acceptable. You may contact the above listed Contract
  Specialist via fax at 618-229-9508 or E-mail hall1p@scott.disa.mil
  to receive a request for quote. An award is anticipated by
  30 Sep 00. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code
  for this procurement is 7372. All responses from responsible
  sources shall be considered. 
EMAILADD: hall1p@scott.disa.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  E-Mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486971)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DTS42, 2300 East Drive, Bldg 3600, Scott AFB,
  IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
SOL DHQLGL01MPD0008
DUE 083188
POC Pamela Hall 618-229-9491, Fax 618-229-9508
DESC: The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  (DITCO), 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5406, intends
  to issue a sole source contract to Diversified Software Systems,
  Inc, 18635 Sutter Blvd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, to procure software
  maintenance for the following proprietary products: DOCU-TEXT-ANALYSIS,
  DOCU/TEXT-FLOW CHART, DOCU/TEXT-ON-LINE, DOCU/TEXT-OPERATIONS
  and JOB/SCAN. The period of performance is 1 Oct 00 through
  30 Sep 01. This software will be running on equipment located
  at Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) Mechanicsburg
  and DECC Oklahoma City. Companies who can provide the above
  listed proprietary software must indicate their interest by
  2:00 Central Standard Time 31 Aug 00. Oral communications are
  not acceptable. You may contct the above listed Contract Specialist
  via fax at 618-229-9508 or E-Mail hall1p@scott.disa.mil to
  receive a request for quote. An award is anticipated by 30
  Sep 00. The Standard Indistrial Classification (SIC) Code for
  this procurement is 7372. All responses from responsible sources
  will be considered. 
EMAILADD: hall1p@sdott.disa.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  E-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486975)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, Patent and Trademark Office (PTO),
  Office of Procurement, Box 6, Washington, DC, 20231
SUBJECT: D--BIOTECHNOLOGY EXTERNAL SUPPORT
SOL 52PAPT001016
DUE 082400
POC Raymond Witmer, Contracting Officer, Phone (703) 308-5064,
  Fax (703) 305-8294, Email raymond.witmer@uspto.gov
DESC: The purpose of this amendment is to delete in its entirety
  the combined synopsis/solicitation issued on July 25 for Public
  Gene Sequence DataBases and Search Services. The Description,
  Objective, Technical/Functional Requirements, Evaluation, Instructions/Notice
  to Offerors and Point of Contact paragraphs are hereby replaced
  in their entirety by the paragraphs given below. Description:
  This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial services
  prepared in accordance with FAR _12.6 Streamlined Procedures
  for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items as supplemented
  by 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.
  Proposals submitted in response to this solicitation shall
  reference RFP Number 52-PAPT-0-01016. This solicitation incorporates
  all of the applicable provisions and clauses in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19 as if stated in full text,
  as well as the terms and conditions of FAR _52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors for Commercial Items, FAR _52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications - Commercial Items, FAR _13.3 - Simplified
  Acquisition Methods, and the Department of Commerce Agency
  Level Protest Procedures listed at http://www.uspto.gov/web/offices/ac/comp/.
  This solicitation will deem acceptable only those services
  that meet the description of a commercial item as given in
  FAR _2.101 Definitions. Objective: This is a full and open
  competitive procurement. The USPTO has a requirement for electronic
  access to public gene sequence databases and search services
  using existing computer systems external to the USPTO to support
  examination of biotechnology patent applications containing
  genetic sequence information. Use of such services is expected
  to reduce the escalating costs associated with infrastructure
  expansion of internal USPTO biotechnology computer systems.
  The purpose of this solicitation is: (1) to award one or more
  purchase orders to those Offerors which possess the best opportunity
  for award to conduct operational capability demonstration of
  their product; and (2) based on the results of the OCDs and
  available funding, award one or more contracts for long term
  electronically accessible gene sequence searching service.
  Technical/Functional Requirements: The commercial item services
  proposed in response to this solicitation must provide USPTO
  staff with electronic access to sequence searching systems
  via subscription or any other arrangement equivalent in function.
  All system(s) must be currently functioning, fully supportive
  of their internal and external customers, and not created specifically
  for USPTO use. The minimum performance requirements are that
  the system(s) must: 1) be accessible 24 hours per day seven
  days per week (with scheduled maintenance downtime) and provide
  timely sequence search/search results, i.e., results returned
  within 24 hours for up to 20,000 searches (i.e., one sequence
  searched against one database) per day; 2) display system responses
  within an average of 10 seconds and transmit those responses
  to the USPTO's PC-based Pentium class workstations; 3) provide
  access to standard sequence search tools used in the public
  domain, including such search algorithms as FASTA, BLAST, Smith-Waterman,
  FastDB, PFAM and Clustal W; 4) process search query strings
  as large as 30,000,000 bases; 5) support automated batch submission
  of searching multiple sequences against multiple databases
  using user selected predefined parameters (the ability to set
  up a search of only one sequence against one database at a
  time is not sufficient to process the expected volume of work);
  6) provide a Netscape browser interface to set up and submit
  the search and display the results (see the Technical Reference
  Model (TRM) web page at http://www.uspto.gov/web/offices/cio/trm/)
  which describes PTO browser technical requirements); 7) access
  the most current versions of public sequence databases including,
  but not limited to, GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ, SWISS-PROT, and PIR,
  and provide searches of other commercial databases, including,
  but not limited to GENESEQ; 8) allow USPTO users to control
  sequence search parameters and allow interchange of variables
  with regard to each sequence search; 9) support sequence data
  queries in the Intelligenetics data format or, alternatively,
  provide capability to convert the USPTO sequence data queries
  to the needed format to perform various types of searches such
  as BLAST, FASTA, Smith-Waterman, etc. as described earlier;
  10) provide standard Windows features and be compatible with
  USPTO automation software (see hyperlink reference in number
  6 above); 11) average 1-2 seconds flip-rate from one display
  screen to the next; 12) integrate new/upgraded software tools
  capable of searching and evaluating new forms of biosequence
  information into the existing suite as they become available;
  and 13) provide secured access to users. The system(s) and
  its organizational personnel must meet the USPTO's requirement
  for confidentiality of patent application information. Moreover,
  external communication to and from remote sites must use USPTO
  approved security software and hardware (see hyperlink regarding
  TRM in number 6 above) for data encryption (e.g., Public Key
  Infrastructure (PKI)(see security at http://www.uspto.gov/ebc/frame_about.html)
  or similar technology as proposed by offerors). Highly desirable
  performance features are that the system should: 1) provide
  hyperlinks in the search results to US Patents, patents from
  other patent offices worldwide, and non-patent literature;
  2) if desired by USPTO, allow incorporation of the USPTO public
  information sequence databases as part of the external infrastructure;
  3) provide for priority access and search request processing
  for USPTO's expected high volume of daily search requests;
  and 4) provide sequence analysis tools. Evaluation: The Government
  may award contract(s) resulting from this solicitation to the
  responsible Offeror(s) whose offer(s) conforming to the solicitation
  will be the most advantageous and represent the best value
  to the Government, price and other factors considered. The
  following factors will be used to evaluate offers: (A) technical
  and functional capability; (B) past performance/experience;
  and (C) Price. Factor A is more important than Factor B. Factors
  A and B combined are significantly more important than Factor
  C for evaluation purposes. Individually, Factor A and Factor
  B are more important than Factor C. Provided below is the list
  of evaluation criteria: (A) Technical and functional capability:
  The proposed commercial service shall demonstrate the technical
  capabilities and functional requirements stated above. (B)
  Past Performance/Experience: The proposed commercial service
  should have high acceptance by both private and/or public sector
  users and an established history of successful performance
  in biotechnology external support. (C) Price: Both an OCD pricing
  plan and a five year pricing plan for long term service are
  required. Pricing shall be formulated into a single, all-inclusive
  billing structure that places all services/ requirements into
  a fully loaded price per individual search, a flat subscription
  rate, or any other commercial billing algorithm so long as
  the pricing methodology is fully explained. This breakout should
  identify one-time charges, if any, including, but not limited
  to, startup costs and the installation of security features
  that may not be included in the price algorithm for routine
  operation. Actual price of productivity will be established
  in the Operational Capability Demonstration (OCD) during which
  the Government will pay for use of service and establish an
  historical record of its productivity Initially, as part of
  the evaluation, the Offeror's proposal will be subject to a
  technical review. A no cost validation testing of the Offeror's
  technical and functional requirements will be conducted. After
  this initial evaluation, offerors deemed to possess the best
  opportunity for award may be requested to provide an OCD of
  its service. If and to the extent that an OCD is conducted,
  a manageable number of purchase orders(s) may be issued or
  awarded, the number of which will depend on the ultimate amount
  of funds available. Using the results of the OCD, the Government
  will reevaluate those proposals to determine which proposal
  offers the best value to the Government. Funding is currently
  available only for OCDs. It is the intention of the Government
  to award long term contracts if funds become available. As
  part of the evaluation, Past Performance shall be based on
  information obtained from the contacts or references with similar
  requirements provided by the Offeror as well as any other information
  the Government may have or obtain from other sources. Instructions/Notice
  to Offerors: Offerors are required to submit one signed and
  dated hard copy original and four (4) hard copy duplicates
  of the proposal. An electronic copy of the proposal is highly
  desired but not mandatory. The proposal shall be brief and
  concise, limited to 20 one-sided pages not counting the required
  forms listed below, but shall unquestionably demonstrate the
  Offeror's technical/computing capability and understanding
  required to perform the effort described herein as well as
  its experience with providing sequence-searching resources
  needed to accomplish the services required. The Offeror shall
  also provide a brief explanation of its recommended technical
  approach for the accomplishment of the tasks described herein.
  Pricing plans for both the OCD and the five year long term
  service shall be submitted in accordance with Evaluation paragraph
  C herein. The proposal shall also specifically address how
  the offeror will protect the confidentiality of patent application
  information and avoid conflict of interest as well as the appearance
  of conflict of interest (e.g., in the circumstance where offeror
  may regularly submit patent applications in the biotechnology
  art). The offeror shall identify three Federal, state, local
  government, or private contracts or similar arrangements under
  which it has performed work similar to the requirement described
  herein. Past performance references should be current contracts
  or other arrangements completed within the last three [3] years.
  The offeror shall provide a point of contact including current
  telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address for each reference.
  These references must be submitted with the offeror's proposal
  by the due date stated herein. Proposals shall include a copy
  of the provision at FAR _52.212-3 Offeror Representation and
  Certification of Commercial Items, a copy of which may be obtained
  from the point of contact given below. Proposals shall also
  include a completed copy of the provision at FAR _52.212-5
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders - Commercial Items. A copy of these provisions
  may also be obtained by contacting the point of contact identified
  below. Any award or awards resulting from this announcement
  will include FAR _52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions -
  Commercial Items and FAR _52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial
  Items, each of which is available from the point of contact
  identified below. The proposal must include company name and
  address and the telephone and fax numbers and the e-mail address
  of the Offeror's point of contact. All proposals must be submitted
  to Raymond Witmer and must be received by 2:00 PM (EDT) on
  24 August 2000. Hard copy materials must be sent to U.S. Patent
  & Trademark Office, 2011 Crystal Drive, Crystal Park 1, Suite
  810, Arlington, VA 22202. Any electronic copy of the proposal,
  the inclusion of which is optional, must be sent to raymond.witmer@uspto.gov.
  Point of Contact: The point of contact for information regarding
  this solicitation, including copies of questions, answers,
  and forms, and the individual to whom questions should be addressed
  is Raymond Witmer at (703) 308-5064 for voice, (703) 305-8294
  for fax, and raymond.witmer@uspto.gov for e-mail.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=52PAPT001016&LocID=251
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: raymond.witmer@uspto.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487096)

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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, Air Force Materiel Command,
  38 EIG/PK, 4064 Hilltop Road, Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-2713
SUBJECT: D--LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES LOCATED AT MINNESOTA AGB
  BASE DULUTH IAP MN 55811
SOL F34608-00-R-5007
POC Joyce Phillips, Contract Specialist, Phone (405) 734-9297,
  Fax (405) 734-9537, Email joyce.phillips@tinker.af.mil - Cathy
  Summers, Contracting Officer, Phone (405) 734-9759, Fax (405)
  734-9537, Email
DESC: The 38 EIG/PKK has a requirement for nonpersonal services
  for local telephone exchange services for Minnesota ANG, MN.
  The proposed contract is for five years. The local exchange
  service provider certified by the MINNESOTA PUBLIC UTILITIES
  COMMISSION shall provide local commercial communications service
  for Minnesota ANG, MN. Local communications service shall include,
  as a minimum but not limited to, ISDN PRI trunks, transport
  channel services, public listings, hot lines and Direct-In-Dial
  Dorectory numbers . Competition is open to domestic and foreign
  sources. All responsible sources may submit a bid, which shall
  be considered. Sources responding to this synopsis must indicate,
  in writing, whether they are large, small, disadvantaged and/or
  a women-owned businesses. For this acquisition, a concern will
  be considered small under SIC 4813 with size standard of 1500
  employees. An Acquisition Ombudsman, Col. Joseph 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. In order to be eligible for award of this Request
  for Proposal (RFP), offerors may be required to have a Basic
  Agreement with this office. The Basic Agreement documents may
  be viewed and downloaded from the 38 EIW website address http://www.eig38.tinker.af.mil/contracting/bus_opp.htm.
  When you arrive at this site locate Communication Service Authorizations
  and select Formal RFPs. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation
  for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format
  FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. The announcement constitutes the only
  solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation
  will not be issued.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F34608-00-R-5007&LocID=982
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: joyce.phillips@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487099)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: DHHS/PHS/FDA/Office of Facilities, Acquisitions, And
  Central Services, Division Of Contracts and Program Management,
  HFA-511(ITCB), 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857
SUBJECT: D--DEVELOPE ON LINE TRAINING 
SOL 053489
DUE 083100
POC Ida Cofield, Contract Specialist, 301/827-7156, Fax 301/827-7039
DESC: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) intends to issue
  a purchase order on a sole source basis to EduNeering,Inc to
  develope two(2) on-line training modules. The FDA will identify
  to EduNeering a content expert who will write the lesson content
  and quiz questions for the modules. EduNeering's instructional
  designers will assist this expert in structuring the module
  content in a manner consistant with EduNeering's module development
  process and incorporating instructional design elements. The
  purchase order is being issued on a sole source basis because
  the EduServer database is proprietary.
CITE: (W-230 SN487161)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, Office of Procurement
  Management, 6011 Executive Blvd., Rockville, Maryland 20892-7260
SUBJECT: D--INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
SOL 263-00-P(GQ)-0051
DUE 090100
POC Dorothy Nickens, (301) 496-0301
DESC: Under authority of U.S.C. 253(c) (1), FAR 6.302-1 the National
  Institutes of Health (NIH) intends to negotiates a contract
  with FoundationNet LCC, 109 Granville Drive, Silver Spring,
  Maryland. Any response must be received in writing within fifteen
  (15) business days from the published date of this notice.
  The intended procurement will be classified under SIC 7373,
  Computer Integrated Systems Design, with a size standard of
  $18.0 The contractor shall develop a computerized files for
  stored samples, including DNA, serum, and tissues and to develop
  a system for merging clinical data from the MIS system. The
  contractor shall prepare the groundwork for the study of the
  genetics of this family of complex diseases. To serve as the
  database system for the new clinical programs devoted to transactional
  research. These include new programs devoted to autoimmune
  disease, to osteoarthritis and related diseases of bone and
  cartilage; and to pediatric rheumatology. To simplify the design
  and data collection for clinical trials at NIH. The contractor
  shall prepare a common pool of control patients drawn from
  all of the Institute's groups. To create an Electronic Patient
  Chart that allows the direct entry of data generated during
  patient encounters into the database. These data include: demographics,
  protocol identifiers, historical data (past medical history,
  family history, medications etc) and data generated during
  routine history and assessment and plan). It should be able
  to download data from the MIS (Medical Information System).
  The system should also be able to generate different types
  of reports, like adverse event reports, printed notes and letters
  to referring physicians. It is the Government's belief that
  these requirements may only be met by FoundationNet LCC. This
  is not a formal solicitation, however, concerns are invited
  to submit capability statements in an original plus two (2)
  copies no later than fifteen (15) business days from the date
  of this announcement. Concerns that respond to this synopsis
  shall furnish concise responses directed specifically to the
  requirements mentioned above. Sources demonstrating the capability
  to accomplish the above shall supply pertinent information
  in sufficient detail to demonstrate their ability to perform.
  Written responses shall include complete description of the
  system to be provided, containing sufficient technical information
  to permit agency analysis to establish bona fide capability
  to meet the stated requirements as listed above. Respondents
  will not be notified of the evaluation results. This is no
  a request for proposal (RFP). Capability statement: (a) If
  mailing your capabilities through the U.S. Postal Service use
  the following address: National Institutes of Health, Office
  of Logistics and Acquisition Operation, OA, 6011 Executive
  Blvd., Room 529M, Attn.: Dorothy Nickens, Bethesda, Maryland
  20892-7663. (b) If hand delivering, or using courier service
  such as: UPS, Federal Express, etc., use the following City,
  State, and Zip Code: Rockville, Maryland 20852. Responses by
  Facsimile (Fax) will not be accepted.  See Note: 22 Not withstanding
  the forty-five (45) day notice for receipt of capability statement
  all Capabilities must be received within fifteen (15) days
  from publication in the CBD.  
CITE: (W-230 SN487441)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Huntington District Corps of Engineers, 502 Eighth Street,
  Huntington, WV 25701-2070
SUBJECT: D--INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (CEAP)
SOL N/A
DUE 092000
POC Shelia L. Lewis, (304) 529-5623
DESC: TRANSITION FACILITY SUPPORT for Corps of Engineers Automation
  (CEAP)Program. The purpose of this notice is to inform all
  parties that the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington
  District, Huntington, WV intends to extend the period of performance
  for ninety (90) days under Contract No. DAHC94-90-D-0001 on
  a sole source basis to Syntegra (USA)Inc. This extension will
  provide continuity of network operations and maintenance service,
  acquire critical products to allow expansion of existing data
  storage modules, and provide continuous data transmission circuit
  service between United States and Germany for the period 1
  October 2000 and 1 January 2001. This 90-day extension will
  allow a seamless transition between the existing CEAP contract
  and replacement contracts (currently in solicitation phase).
  Any break in service for hardware/software maintenance is considered
  a very high risk. Therefore, it is imperative that any firm
  that performs the contract extension be able to provide a seamless
  transition and continuity of network operations and maintenance
  services as well as provide continuous data transmission circuit
  service between the United States and Germany for the defined
  period. The need for an extension to this contract was not
  realized until it became apparent that the new contractors
  would not have sufficient time to prepare transition plans
  that would include zero disruption in network support. Additionally,
  our market research has revealed no other firm that can perform
  all of the work required under this contract extension so that
  there is a seamless transition between this contract and the
  follow-on contract. Delay in acquisition/solicitation process
  for follow-on contracts was caused by unanticipated problems
  in establishing an accurate inventory of government hardware
  and software. The 90-day extension is from 1 October 2000 to
  31 December 2000. This is an indefinite delivery indefinite
  quantity contract. Authority cited is 10 USC 2304(c)1 as implemented
  by FAR 6.302-1. This contract was originally awarded on 6 October
  1989 under full and open competition to Syntegra (USA) Inc.
  and will expire on 30 September 2000. Syntegra is a large business.
  DESCRIPTION OF SUPPLIES/SERVICES. The USACE Wide Area Network
  (WAN) IT Infrastructure encompasses the life cycle management
  of the current USACE TCP/IP based WAN, within and including
  the firewalls existing at the gateways to the WAN. This contract
  extension will provide the continued services required on this
  contract without the adverse impact of loosing the capability
  to maintain USACE network and automated systems that would
  be a loss of access to mission critical applications. The current
  contractor (Syntegra) has 11 years experience in meeting the
  specific requirements under the existing contract. Any break
  in service for maintenance or technical support is considered
  a very high risk. Also, this extension will provide the time
  necessary to efficiently and effectively transition from this
  contract to new contract vehicles, which are in the solicitation/
  evaluation phases. The Government knows of no other source
  that can satisfy the requirements of this contract. The work
  to be performed under this contract consists of on-site technical
  support to government staff that maintains operations 24 hours
  per day, 7 days per week to the Central Processing Center (CPC)
  and Western Processing Center (WPC) and District/Division firewall
  systems; the technical services of hardware and software maintenance
  at the above sites; and the continued use of USACE-dedicated
  telecommunications circuits between the United States and Germany.
  The contractor shall provide all the necessary technical services
  and support required in performance of the above requirements.
  Works orders (DD 1155) ordering the necessary maintenance of
  specific hardware and software items, the technical services
  of specific analyst levels providing network and operation
  services to be performed at CPC and WPC sites, and to continuation
  of the USACE-dedicated telecommunications circuits between
  the United States and Germany will be issued by the Contracting
  Officer and required completion date. Contract extension will
  adhere to the same conditions as the existing contract, but
  limited to the following acquisitions: Extend current Task
  Orders 880, 881 and 884 to allow continuity of technical support
  with no break in service; Acquire technical services to allow
  continuity of hardware and software maintenance at the Corps
  of Engineers Automation Program (CEAP) Western Processing Center
  (WPC), Central Processing Center (CPC) and District/Division
  Firewall Systems; Extend Deliver Order 8076 to allow continued
  use of USACE-dedicated telecommunications circuits between
  the United States and Germany. This part of the acquisition
  may not be required if pending FTS2001 service order is completed
  prior to 1 October 2000; and there may be acquisitions of hardware
  under existing CLINS to expand the current data storage capacity.
  All inquiries or concerns must be addressed in writing to JoAnna
  Black, Chief, Contracting Division, United States Army Corps
  of Engineers, Huntington District, 502 8th Street, Huntington,
  WV 25701-2070 or by email at joannab@lrh.usace.army.mil to
  ensure receipt by 4:30 PM EST on 20 September 2000. The technical
  point of contact is Robert Brunner and may be contacted at
  (202) 761-8930. Interested firms will be asked to provide a
  transition plan (subject to approval by Headquarters, U.S.
  Army Corps of Engineers) that will include zero disruption
  in support to the network to substantiate their capability
  and expected performance. Telephone requests or inquiries will
  not be accepted. The SIC IS 3571. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486925)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, 4301 Pacific
  Highway, San Diego, CA 92110-3127
SUBJECT: D--DEVELOPMENT, EVALUATION, MODIFICATION, AND MAINTENANCE
  OF NAVY FISCAL DATABASES AND ANALYTICAL PRODUCTS SUPPORTING
  OPNAV ASSESSMENT DIVISION (N81) REQUIREMENTS
SOL N00039-01-R-2201
POC Larry Fabin (619)-524-7205, Email: fabinl@spawar.navy.mil
  and Dave Bodner (619) 524-7193, Email: bodnerd@spawar.navy.mil
DESC: Sources Sought Notice TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES   The
  U.S. Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems
  Command (SPAWARSYSCOM) is seeking to make a contract award
  to interested sources that can provide development, evaluation,
  modification, and maintenance of Navy Fiscal Databases and
  analytical products supporting OPNAV Assessment Division (N81)
  requirements. N81, supported by SPAWAR PD 13, is responsible
  to the Chief of Naval Operations and the Secretary of the Navy
  for defining and evaluating Department of the Navy warfighting
  and support requirements, capabilities, and vulnerabilities
  in order to recommend the best capability mix within available
  resources. N81 prepares annual Integrated Warfare Architectures
  (IWARs), CNO Program Analysis Memoranda (CPAM), Quadrennial
  Defense Review (QDR), and participates in Joint Warfighting
  Capability Assessments (JWCAs) to provide the analytical underpinnings
  and basis for programming decisions made by the Navy's and
  Joint Staff's top leadership during Planning, Programming and
  Budgeting System (PPBS) milestones. Efforts are anticipated
  to be required in the following areas:  1) Econometric Fiscal
  and Force Structure Databases Support  2) Manpower & Personnel
  Analyses 3) Sustainment Capability Analyses 4) Readiness
  Reporting Support and Analyses  The services required are
  needed for development, evaluation, operation, and maintenance
  of databases and analytical forecasting models to support organizational
  objectives. Databases contain force structure, manpower, capability,
  financial, logistics, and readiness information. Analytical
  forecasting models help predict Naval readiness, affordability,
  and capability. Analyses utilizing the databases, models, and
  other DON budget and specialized exhibits also are required.
  Products must be able to undergo significant changes due to
  new PPBS cycles, financial policy adjustments, and force structure
  profile changes. Existing data products and models therefore
  must be updated regularly and must be available on short notice
  to meet requirements of the OPNAV environment. Engineering
  and technical support services will be required for up to five
  years (one base year plus four one-year options).   Interested
  sources, with related experience within the past three years
  shall reply by 06 October 2000 via email/fax and provide the
  following:   * Brief synopsis of technical capabilities relating
  to the above (Not To Exceed (NTE) 5 pages)  * List of current
  /recent Government or Commercial contracts for same/similar
  services including contract number, Contracting Officer name,
  telephone number/email, Government Technical P.O.C. name, telephone
  number/email address and brief description of scope of contract
  (NTE 5 pages)   SPAWAR is interested in ascertaining if
  there are any small businesses which feel they are capable
  of meeting this requirement. Interested sources shall advise
  whether or not they are a Small Business or a SBA Certified
  8(a) Business in accordance with North American Industrial
  Classification System (NAICS) Code 541519 Other Computer Related
  Services. The small business size standard for NAICS Code 541519
  is a business, including its affiliates, averaging no more
  than $18.0 million dollars in annual receipts. Should technically
  qualified/capable Small Businesses respond, this requirement
  will be considered for 100% Small Business Set-Aside. Should
  insufficient qualified small businesses be identified, SPAWAR
  plans to proceed with a full and open competition with an announcement
  to be made at that time.   This sources sought announcement
  is not a formal solicitation. The Government shall not award
  any contract on the basis of this announcement, nor will the
  Government pay for the responses received.  Please respond
  to SPAWARSYSCOM, Attn: Mr. Larry Fabin, Code 02-22C, OT#4,
  Room 1027, 4301 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92110-3127.
  He may be reached at (619) 524-7205, FAX (619) 524-7158 or
  at the following email address: :fabinl@spawar.navy.mil. The
  alternate point of contact is Mr. David Bodner, Code 02-22A.
  He may be reached at (619) 524-7193, FAX (619) 524-7158. His
  email address is bodnerd@spawar.navy.mil.  
LINKURL: http://www.spawar.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fabinl@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN487016)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: E--Purchase of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Contracting Office, P.O. Box 1609, Oceanside, Ca 92051-1609
SUBJECT: E--MODULAR OFFICES
SOL M00681-00-T-0561
DUE 082800
POC Rodolfo M. Bellota 760 725-8453 
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The Solicitation Number is M00681-00-T-0561
  and is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19 and Defense
  Acquisition Circular 91-13. The Standard Industrial Code is
  2452 and the business size standard is NTE 100 employees. Furnish
  and install modular offices (guard shacks) at Marine Corps
  Base, Camp Pendleton, CA. This requirement is for a fixed price
  contract. To be in accordance with the following specifications:
   Color: Exterior - white; Interior - beige. Door to be pre-hung
  and have metal "C" channel edges and a tempered/safety glass
  window (26"W X 34"H) with the front and back of the door to
  match the wall color and have a silver colored key lock (schlage)
  if indicated.  Windows to be 44"W X 40"H and have tempered/safety
  glass. All windows to include the door window, to be level
  at the bottom/ at the same height off the floor; walls to be
  2" thick with hardboard on the inside and aluminum on the outside.
  All connecting posts, except corners, are to be hollow electrical
  raceways; provided sloped roof with applicable quantity of
  rain gutters; pre wire/cold wire required no modular wiring
  accepted, must be able to relocate or add additional duplex
  outlets. No wiring or conduit is to be exposed/be visible,
  wiring is to be in vertical electrical raceways and in at least
  flexible conduit above the drop ceiling. All wiring must be
  in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC). Provide
  applicable quantity of fluorescent light fixtures (four bulb
  with electronic ballest) and T-8 bulbs, etc-see attached drawing;
  provide applicable size HVAC 220V unit (18,000 BTU minimum);
  provide and install standard VCT floor tile-government to pick
  from available colors. Install office on a fork liftable steel
  base with 1-1/8" tongue and groove (T&G) plywood floor. See
  subclins for sizes and locations. 1) Location: near Bldg.
  22151 dimensions: 12'D X 24'W X 8'H (7'6" to drop ceiling)
   2) Location: Bldg. 22148 dimensions: 12'D X 20'W X 8'H (7'6"
  to drop ceiling) Contractor requesting drawing can call (760)
  725-8453/3122.  Please contact Sgt Bellota or Sgt Bente.
  Award will be made on the basis of best value to the Government
  considering price, delivery and past performance. Delivery
  will be to AC/S LOGISTICS, Bldg. 22151, Marine Corps Base Camp
  Pendleton, CA. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors - Commercial Items applies. Offerors are required
  to complete and include a copy of the following provisions
  with their proposals: FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representation
  and Certifications - Commercial Items; DFARS Clause 252.212-7000,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items
  and addendum clause DFARS 252.225-7035, Buy American Act -
  North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act - Balance
  of Payments Program Certificate. FAR clause 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Commercial Items applies to this purchase.
  FAR Clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items
  applies with the following applicable clauses for paragraph
  (b): FAR 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; FAR 52.222-35, Affirmative
  Action for Special disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans; FAR 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers; and FAR 52.222-37,
  Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era. DFARS 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders
  Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items, applies
  with the following clauses applicable to paragraph (b): DFARS
  252.225-7007, Trade Agreements; DFARS 252.225-7012, Preference
  for Certain Domestic Commodities; DFARS 252.225-7036,North
  American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act; and DFARS
  252.247-7024, Notification of Transportation of Supplies by
  Sea. Any contract awarded as a result of this solicitation
  will be a DO rated order certified for national defense use
  under the Defense Priorities and Allocations System. Offers
  must be received no later than 4:00 PM, PST, 28 August 2000.
  Offers sent via the US Postal Service should be mailed to the
  Contracting Office, USMC, P O Box 1609, Oceanside, CA 92051-1609.
  All offers not sent through the US Postal Service will be considered
  to be hand carried and direct delivered. Hand carried offers
  must be delivered to and placed in the depository located in
  Building 22180, Contracts Division, Camp Pendleton, CA. Direct
  delivery of offers is only possible during weekdays, excluding
  federal holidays, between the hours of 7:00 am and 4:00 pm.
  Offers may also be submitted via facsimile number (760) 725-8445,
  Attn: Rodolfo M. Bellota. This procurement is prepared utilizing
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures. 
LINKURL: bellotar@mail.cpp.usmc.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bellotar@mail.cpp.usmc.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487012)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Bureau of Land Management, 1387 S. Vinnell Way, Boise,
  ID 83709
SUBJECT: F--FALL 00 OUST SPRAYING
SOL DAQ000032
DUE 091800
POC Patricia A. Fort, Contracting Officer, 208-373-3910
DESC: The purpose of this contract is to secure services for
  aerial herbicide spraying. The Contractor shall furnish all
  labor, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, transportation,
  supplies, and incidentals; and perform all work necessary to
  complete aerial application of Government-furnished non-crop
  herbicide (OUST). The Contractor shall hold a current Idaho
  Professional Applicator License in the Agricultural Pesticide
  Category. The work areas are as follows: Sid Butte located
  approximately 25 miles east of Shoshone Idaho, in Lincoln County.
  Bell Mare located approximately 10 miles north-east of Bliss,
  Idaho, in Elmore and Gooding Counties. Performance Period
  is 10 days. Copies of this solicitation may be obtained at
  http://ideasec.usgs.gov, submitting a written request for solicitation
  to the above address or via fax to (208) 373-3915; include
  name, address, phone number, and solicitation number. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer which will be considered. See Note(s)
  1***** 
EMAILADD: Pat_Fort@blm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487019)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Willamette National Forest, 211 East 7th Avenue, Eugene,
  Oregon 97401
SUBJECT: F--EXCAVATOR PILING
SOL R6-18-00-987
DUE 092000
POC Contract Specialist (541-465-6506)
DESC: An Excavator piling project on the Willamette National
  Forest, Middle Fork Ranger District, Lane County, Oregon. Project
  includes one hydraulic excavator to pile logging debris on
  designated units for slash treatment. Estimated start work
  date is September 25, 2000. Contract performance time is 98
  calendar days. See Note 1. The proposed procurement is totally
  set-aside for Small Business Concerns.
CITE: (W-230 SN487211)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, SW Idaho/Nevada Acquisition Office,
  1249 S. Vinnell Way, Boise, ID 83709
SUBJECT: F--RIPARIAN VERTEBRATES OF CONSERVATION CONCERN FOR
  THE INTERIOR COLUMBIA BASIN ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT PROJECT
SOL RFQ 2QR4-115-00
DUE 091500
POC Karen L. Morthland, Contracting Officer, 208-373-4150
DESC: Synthesize knowledge of terrestrial vertebrates of concern
  within the Interior Columbia Basin associated primarily with
  riparian and wetland habitats. The purpose of this synthesis
  is to provide managers and biologists with: 1) a comprehensive
  understanding of the species ecology; 2) summarize information
  on species and group level issues, strategies and practices
  as they pertain to threats to and restoration of riparian and
  wetland habitats; and 3) identify known habitat structure and
  condition guidelines for monitoring purposes specific to terrestrial
  vertebrates in various riparian settings (e.g., forest, shrubsteppe).
  As part of the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management
  Project, the terrestrial Science Advistory Group (SAG) has
  collected information regarding the ecology and management
  of terrestrial vertebrates that depend primarily on riparian
  and/or wetland environments. There is an immediate need to
  have this information synthesized. Est. start date is October
  2,2000 with a completion date of July, 2001. See Numbered Note
  #1.
EMAILADD: astoor/r4_boise@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487304)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Ketchikan Area, Tongass Nf, Federal
  Building, Ketchikan, AK 99901
SUBJECT: F--UP A CREEK AND DOWN A RIVER PRECOMMERCIAL THINNNING
SOL KTN-00-32
POC Linda Temple, 907.228.6244
DESC: The purpose and intent of this contract is to secure the
  services for the precommercial thinning of 407 acres located
  on the Tongass National Forest, Sitka Ranger District, located
  on Baranof Island in the Noxon Creek drainage. Noxon Creek,
  which empties into the Nakwasina Sound, is approximately 10
  miles north of Sitka, Alaska. No roads connect Sitka with the
  contract area. Access is by boat or floatplane. Contract time
  will be 740 calendar days. Tis project is a total small business
  set aside. The SIC for this procurement is 0851. Written or
  facsimile requests for the solicitation should reference RFQ
  KTN-00-32. Fax requests may be made to 907.228.6254, ATTN:
  Linda Temple. Telephone requests for the solicitation will
  not be honored. 
EMAILADD: ltemple@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487384)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs 662/90C, 4150 Clement
  St., San Francisco, CA 94121
SUBJECT: G--VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING
SOL 261-0185-00
DUE 101100
POC John Gregorio, Contracting Officer (415) 750-2165
DESC: Solicitation issue date has been changed to o/a 09/11/00.

EMAILADD: john.gregorio2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486970)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: Fleet Industrial Supply Center Detachment Philadelphia,
  700 Robbins Avenue, Building 2B, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5084
SUBJECT: G--SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF FAMILY SERVICE CENTER
SOL N00140-00-R-3649
DUE 091800
POC Point of Contact - Peter A. Parrot (215) 697-9610, Albert
  Stracciolini (215) 697-9614
DESC: The following revisions are made to the prior CBD Synopsis,
  which was issued on or about 8/3/00 for services to provide
  personnel, management, supervision, administrative and clerical
  support, training, equipment, and materials necessary to support
  the NWS Earle Family Service Center in Colts Neck, NJ. The
  subject procurement will now be processed utilizing Unrestricted
  Full and Open competion. The subject services are required
  for a base period of one year with provisions for three (3)
  one year options. Copies of the solicitation should be requested
  within 10 days of this synopsis from the address in paragraph
  7 above, ATTN: Mr. Albert Stracciolini, Code 02P12D at fax
  # 215-697-9569 and should reference control number 00-3649.
CITE: (D-230 SN487039)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: USPFO for Utah, P.O. Box 2000, 12953 Minuteman Drive,
  Draper, UT 84020-2000
SUBJECT: G--EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) SERVICES
SOL DAHA42-00-T-0006
DUE 083100
POC Sherri D. Shepherd, Contracting Officer, (801)523-4093
DESC: The Utah National Guard is issuing a combined synopsis/solicitation
  for commercial services prepared in accordance with the format
  in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  only solicitation, quotes are hereby requested. A written solicitation
  will not be issued. This is issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ),
  Number DAHA42-00-T-0006, which incorporates provisions and
  clauses in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-17.
  This requirement will be 100% Small Business Set Aside. The
  Standard Industrial Classification Code (SIC) will be 8322,
  size standard $5 million. This requirement is for one (1) year
  from date of award with four (4) option years. Please provide
  prices for the following CLINs (monthly rate should be inclusive
  of all services requested): CLIN 0001, Base Year, Employee
  Assistance Program, 1200 employees at $____.__ per employee,
  12 months at $____.__ per month, Total $____.__; CLIN 0002,
  Option Period One, Employee Assistance Program, 1200 employees
  at $____.__ per employee, 12 months at $____.__ per month,
  Total $____.__; CLIN 0003, Option Period Two, Employee Assistance
  Program, 1200 employees at $____.__ per employee, 12 months
  at $____.__ per month, Total $____.__; CLIN 0004, Option Period
  Three, Employee Assistance Program, 1200 employees at $____.__
  per employee, 12 months at $____.__ per month, Total $____.__;
  CLIN 0005, Option Period Four, Employee Assistance Program,
  1200 employees at $____.__ per employee, 12 months at $____.__
  per month, Total $____.__. STATEMENT OF WORK: (A) GENERAL:
  As a federal agency complying with the requirements of Public
  Law 92-955, as amended; Public Law 99-570; and in accordance
  with Title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part
  792, the Utah National Guard must provide employees and their
  families with appropriate prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation
  programs and services for alcohol and/or drug abuse, family
  or marital problems, stress related situations, and legal or
  financial difficulities which may adversely impact on job behavior,
  performance, attendance and/or conduct. (B) SCOPE: The Utah
  National Guard has approximately 1200 eligible employees throughout
  the State of Utah. The historical utilization rate is 10% to
  12%. Through a comprehensive EAP, eligible employees and family
  members will have access to qualified professional counselors
  who can provide initial screenings and general assessments,
  short term counseling as well as referrals for those in need
  of long term treatment to appropriate community providers.
  Employees must have access to a staff EAP counselor for initial
  screenings and assessments via a toll-free "800" telephone
  number, which is operable 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  Additional counselors must be provided on a full time basis,
  a part time basis, or through formal agreements with local
  counselors as necessary to provide needed services in areas
  where employees are located. The majority of employees are
  located from Ogden to Provo, a complete list of locations can
  be provided upon request. These services must be available
  to employees who "self refer", as well as to supervisors who
  have recommended or formally referred troubled employees to
  the EAP. Counselors of the contractor shall have a Masters
  degree and 3 years experience as a minimum. Due to the sensitive
  nature of this program, the contractor shall ensure confidentiality
  and the proper safegarding of client records in accordance
  with the provisions of Federal confidentiality and privacy
  statutes and regulations. (C) SPECIFIC TASKS: The contractor
  shall provide: (1) a program manager in the local area to act
  as liaison between the contractor and the Utah National Guard
  EAP manager; (2) program management and the appropriate administrative
  services; (3) employee assessments and diagnostic evaluations;
  (4) short term counseling through a 6-8 session model per problem;
  (5) referral to local area resources for additional counseling/treatment
  and support services; (6) a minimum of five employee orientation
  sessions to be conducted at Draper, West Jordan, Salt Lake
  City, Ogden, and Cedar City facilities; (7) a minimum of two
  supervisor training sessions to be conducted at the Draper
  facility; (8) a minimum of five one (1) hour prevention/education
  seminars on topics chosen by the Utah National Guard (i.e.
  stress management, marriage and family counseling, etc); (9)
  consultation opportunities for managers/supervisors; (10) promotional
  materials; (11) a comprehensive record/reporting system, to
  include a quarterly narrative report summarizing major problems,
  actions taken, activities planned and recommendations; (12)
  summary report semi-annually to include necessary data for
  the OPM report. (D) APPLICABLE PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES: (1)
  FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offeror--Commercial Items, addendum
  paragraph (d) Products Samples - delete in its entirety, paragraph
  (h) Multiple Awards - delete in its entirety, the government
  plans to award a single contract resulting from this solicitation;
  (2) FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial
  Items, all offerors are to include a completed copy of the
  representations and certifications with their offer (a copy
  of FAR 52.212-3 in full text is available at www.arnet.gov/far
  or upon request from this contracting office; (3) FAR 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial Items, Addendum add
  as paragraph (t) FAR 52.217-9, Option to Extend the Term of
  the Contract (a) 30 days (c) 60 months; add as paragraph (u)
  FAR 52.232-19, Availability of Funds for the Next Fiscal Year,
  one (1) year from date of contract award, one (1) year from
  date of contract award; (4) DFAR 252.204-7004, Required Central
  Contractor Registration; (5) FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes and Executive Orders--Commercial
  Items, the following clauses are applicable and incorporated
  by reference: FAR 52.203-6, Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales
  to the Government, with Alternate I; FAR 52.203-10, Price or
  Fee Adjustment for Illegal or Improper Activity; FAR 52.219-8,
  Utilization of Small Business Concerns and Small Disadvantaged
  Business Concerns; FAR 52.219-14, Limitation on Subcontracting;
  FAR 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; FAR 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity; FAR 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Special
  Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans; FAR 52.222-36, Affirmative
  Action for Handicapped Workers; FAR 52.222-37, Employment Reports
  on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era;
  FAR 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central
  Contractor Registration. (E) EVALUATION FACTORS: The contract
  type for this procurement will be fixed price and award will
  be made on the basis of best value to the Government, price
  and other factors considered. Selection will be based on the
  following evaluation factors, in order of importance: (1) technical
  factors, consideration of technical approach, capabilities
  to provide services required, process used to select network
  counselors, professional qualifications of staff and counselors,
  and length of working relationship between EAP provider and
  network counselors; (2) past performance, caliber of offeror's
  performance on previous contracts; and (3) total cost or price,
  total price and cost realism. (F) INSTRUCTIONS: Offers shall
  include: (1) a cost and technical proposal, (2) FAR 52.212-3
  Representations and Certifications--Commercial Items, filled
  in completely, (3) a list of at least three contracts completed
  or currently in process within the past three years of similar
  and related work covered by this solicitation. Offeror shall
  include the following information for each reference: (a) contract
  number; (b) name and address of contracting activity; (c) contracting
  officer's name and telephone number; (d) EAP coordinator's
  name and telephone number; (e) period of performance; (f) brief
  description of work under the contract. Failure to provide
  items 1-3 listed above with your offer, may cause your offer
  to be considered non-responsive. To receive award, the offeror
  must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  database which can be accessed at web site http://www.ccr2000.com
  or call CCR Assistance Center toll free at 1-888-227-2423.
  Offers shall be submitted NLT COB on August 31, 2000 to USPFO
  for Utah, Attention Sherri Shepherd, 12953 South Minuteman
  Drive, P. O. Box 2000, Draper, Utah 84020-2000. Facsimile offers
  will not be accepted. All offers must arrive at the place and
  by the time specified. All offers shall be clearly marked with
  the quotation number, offerors name and address, point of contact,
  phone number, fax number, and e-mail address (if available).
  Only written questions regarding this announcement will be
  accepted. 
EMAILADD: shephers@ut-arng.ngb.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-230 SN487346)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Contracting
  Officer (9-90C), 3601 S. 6th Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85723
SUBJECT: G--ADULT DAY HEALTHCARE
SOL 678-67-00
DUE 100900
POC Richard Trevino, Contracting Officer (520) 629-4619
DESC: The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS), 3601
  S. 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85723 requires adult day healthcare
  services for eligible beneficiaries. Multiple agreements may
  be awarded to serve the Tucson, AZ geographic area. Solicitation
  packages will be available approximately 9/6/00 and may be
  downloaded from the internet at the following URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm;
  any amendment to the solicitation will be available at the
  same URL and offerors will be responsible for obtaining amendments.
  The offer due date will be on or about 10/9/00. The contract
  is expected to be for a base year with one extension year.
  The applicable SIC code is 8322. 
EMAILADD: Richard.Trevino2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487395)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia, 700 Robbins Ave.,
  Bldg. 2B,Philadelphia, PA 19111-5083
SUBJECT: G--FAMILY SERVICE CENTER SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF NCBC,GULFPORT,
  MS
SOL N00140-00-R-N558
DUE 100500
POC Point of Contact - R. Meyer, Contract Specialist, 215-697-9694,
  K. Sweetra, Contracting Officer, 215-697-9690
DESC: The FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia intends to acquire
  Family Service Center services for the Naval Construction Battalion
  Center (NCBC), Gulfport, MS on an unrestricted basis. The proposed
  contract shall provide for the operation of the Navy Family
  Service Center at NCBC Gulfport. The center services over 5500
  active duty military and their dependents, and over 2000 retired
  military and family members. The contractor shall provide management,
  supervision, quality control, labor, materials, supplies and
  equipment. The services to be provided shall include but not
  be limited to information and referral services, education
  and training, and counseling and individual assistance to all
  eligible beneficiaries. Services shall be provided on topics
  such as; family separation, stress, personal finance, job search
  skills, moving and relocating, services and facilities available
  in the local community, family relationships, consumer affairs,
  and the Navy's Family Advocacy Program. The contractor shall
  maintain individual case records, develop and modify programs,
  market programs, and have an evaluation system to monitor the
  acceptability of programs. The contractor shall coordinate
  and conduct youth programs in conjunction with the local community
  and on the base. Licensed counselors will be required for some
  programs. A firm fixed price contract is anticipated, with
  a base period of performance running from 1 July 2001 through
  30 September 2001, with three, one year options and one nine
  month option. This solicitation is part of a Government cost
  comparison to determine whether accomplishing the specified
  work under contract or by Government performance is more economical.
  If Government performance is determined to be more economical,
  this solicitation will be canceled and no contract will be
  awarded. The solicitation may require the submission of cost/price
  and technical proposals. All responsible sources may submit
  a proposal, which shall be considered by FISC Norfolk Detachment
  Philadelphia. This requirement was previously synopsized on
  June 14,2000 under the current solicitation number. The estimated
  release date for this solicitation is 05 September 2000. Requests
  for a copy of the solicitation should be made by letter or
  telefax (215-697-9738) to FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia
  Code 02P52I. SIC is 8322 with a Size Standard of $5M. Upon
  release, the solicitation and all amendments will be made available
  electronically at www.nor.fisc.navy.mil and http://www.neco.navy.mil.
EMAILADD: synopsis@phil.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487403)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: G--Social Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Randolph AFB Contracting Office, 395 B Street West
  Suite 2, Randolph AFB, TX, 78150-4525
SUBJECT: G--MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES
SOL F41691-00-T-0027
DUE 082800
POC Linda Johnson, Contract Specialist, Phone 210-652-5047, Fax
  210-652-5135, Email linda.johnson@randolph.af.mil - Lisa Costello,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 210-652-5460, Fax 210-652-4673,
  Email
DESC: The 12th Contracting Squadron at Randolph AFB, TX intends
  to award a Purchase Order to Ceridian Corporation on a SOLE
  SOURCE BASIS pursuant to FAR 13.5, for Management Consulting
  Services nationwide throughout the Continental United States.
  This procurement is being conducted under the Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures (SAP) and Other Than Full and Open Competition in
  accordance with (10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1)) (SOLE SOURCE) FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(i).
  This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items
  prepared in accordance with the format in Subparts 12.6 and
  13.5, 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. Solicitation F41691-00-T-0027 is issued as a
  Request for Quote (RFQ) and incorporates provisions and clauses
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-11. The SIC
  Code for this acquisition is 8322, size standard is $5 million.
  The government intends to award a Firm Fixed Price Purchase
  Order under Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). 12 CONS,
  Randolph AFB, TX has a requirement for Management Consulting
  Services for a nation-wide employee assistance program, providing
  24-hour toll free access for recruiters, support personnel
  and their families. Program should provide Masters level counselors,
  trained in personal telephone counseling, consultation and
  referral services for issues including, but not limited to:
  stress and depression, family matters, domestic violence, grief,
  job burnout, addition disorders, performance concerns, effective
  parenting, etc. In addition, an Information and Referral service
  should be provided, which must include: relocation assistance,
  child care options and referrals, locating special needs and
  gifted programs, will/consumer issues, divorce, landlord/tenant
  issues, financial, investments and retirement planning, emergency
  services, elder care options, and referral to community programs
  and services. Also, a management consultation service specializing
  in providing detailed quarterly utilization reports, on-site
  critical incident response, and employee informational materials,
  to include: Internet access, Tips on Tape, Library by mail/fax,
  unlimited telephone consultation and personalized referrals
  should be provided. Place of performance is FOB destination.
  Delivery is to begin immediately upon award. The following
  FAR clauses and provisions apply to this requirement which
  can be viewed through Internet access as follows: http//farsite.hill.af.mil:
  52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (Mar 00);52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items
  (Feb 00); 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial
  Items (May 99); 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items
  (Aug 00); as do the following FAR clauses cited therein: 52.222-26
  Equal Opportunity (Feb 99); 52.222-35 Affirmative Action for
  Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (Apr 98),
  52.222-36 Era (Jun 98); Affirmative Action for Workers with
  Disabilities (Jun 98); 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (Jan 99); 52.232-33
  Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration
  (May 99), 52.233-3 Protest After Award (Aug 96) and 52.252-2
  Clauses Incorporated by Reference(Feb 98). Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive Orders
  Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items (Jan
  99): DFARS 252.225-7001; Buy American Act and Balance Payment
  Program (Mar 98); 252-204-7004, Required Central Contractor
  Registration (Mar 00). OFFERORS MUST PROVIDE INFORMATION ON
  THEIR PAST PERFORMANCE TO INCLUDE CONTRACT OR ORDER NUMBERS,
  REFERENCES (NAMES) AND PHONE NUMBERS. OFFERORS MUST ALSO SUBMIT
  A TECHNICAL PROPOSAL DESCRIBING PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING NATIONWIDE
  24-HOUR TOLL FREE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE AS DESCRIBED. THE GOVERNMENT
  WILL MAKE AN AWARD TO THE RESPONSIBLE OFFEROR WHOSE OFFER CONFORMS
  TO THIS REQUIREMENT AND IS CONSIDERED TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE,
  CONSIDERING PRICE AND PAST PERFORMANCE AS FOLLOWS: 1) A DECISION
  ON THE TECHNICAL ACCEPTABILITY SHALL BE MADE. ONLY THOSE OFFERORS
  DETERMINED TO BE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE WILL BE CONSIDERED
  FOR AWARD. 2) ALL TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE OFFERORS WILL THEN
  BE RANKED BY EVALUATED PRICE. 3) FINALLY, ALL TECHNICALLY OFFERORS
  WILL RECEIVE A PAST PERFORMANCE RISK ASSESSMENT RATING OF LOW,
  MODERATE, HIGH OR NOT APPLICABLE. IF THE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE
  LOWEST PRICE OFFEROR HAS RECEIVED A LOW PAST PERFORMANCE RISK
  RATING, THIS OFFEROR'S QUOTE REPRESENTS THE BEST VALUE FOR
  THE GOVERNMENT AND AWARD SHALL BE MADE TO THAT OFFEROR WITHOUT
  FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF ANY OTHER OFFERS. THE FOLLOWING FACTORS
  WILL BE USED TO EVALUATE QUOTES: (1) PRICE, (2) TECHNICAL ACCEPTABILITY,
  AND (3) PAST PERFORMANCE. THE GOVERNMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT
  TO AWARD A PURCHASE ORDER TO OTHER THAN THE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE,
  LOWEST EVALUATED PRICED OFFER, IF THAT LOW OFFEROR IS JUDGED
  TO HAVE A MODERATE OR HIGH PERFORMANCE RISK RATING. ALL RESPONSES
  RECEIVED BY THE DUE DATE WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE GOVERNMENT.
  Offers must be sent to the Contracting Specialist above not
  later than 28 AUG 00 and should reference the solicitation
  listed above. OFFERORS MUST INCLUDE WITH THEIR PROPOSAL A COMPLETED
  COPY OF THE PROVISION 52.212-3, OFFERORS REPRESENTATIONS AND
  CERTIFICATIONS--COMERCIAL ITEMS. FIRMS THAT RECOGNIZE AND CAN
  PROVIDE THE REQUIRED MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES DESCRIBED
  ABOVE ARE ENCOURAGED TO IDENTIFY THEMSELVES AND PROVIDE THE
  SUPPORTING EVIDENCE DESCRIBED HEREIN. Award will be made on
  or about 01 Oct 00. Effective 1 Jun 98, contractors must be
  registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) prior
  to receiving any contract award. You can register in the CCR
  by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet at http://ccr2000.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer, which if timely,
  will be considered by this office. For more information contact
  Linda F. Johnson at (210)652-5047, ext. 3078 or e-mail: inda.johnson@randolph.af.mil.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F41691-00-T-0027&LocID=464
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: linda.johnson@randolph.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487418)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS), I.R.S. Southeast Procurement Branch (A:P:R:SE), 2888
  Woodcock Boulevard, Suite 300, (Stop 80N), Chamblee, GA, 30341
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF OFFICE PRINTERS
SOL TIRSE-01-Q-00002
DUE 090500
POC Sandra Dubose, Contract Specialist, Phone 404-338-9221, Fax
  404-338-9231, Email sandra.dubose@irs.gov
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  services prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation No. TIRSE-01-Q-00002 is issued
  as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The Standard Industrial
  Code (SIC) is 7629; the applicable size standard is $5.0 million.
  This procurement is set-aside for small businesses. The Internal
  Revenue Service has a need for maintenance of their various
  printers located at the Memphis Internal Revenue Service Center
  ( MIRSC), 5333 Getwell Road, Memphis, TN 38118. The vendor
  shall quote a monthly rate for the maintenance of the following
  models: Genicom Model 440XT (7 ea.); Genicom Model 4840E (4
  ea.); Genicom Model 4942E (2 ea.); Genicom Model 4940E; Hewlett
  Packard Model(s) HP III SI (3 ea.); HP IV SI (9 ea.); HP Laser
  Jet 5SI (26 ea.); HP Desk Jet 500C (2 ea.); HP DeskJet 1200
  (1 ea.); HP 4500N Color (1 ea.); HP Laser Jet 5 (10 ea.); HP
  Laser Jet 4 Plus (16 ea.); HP Laser Jet 8000N & 8100DN (9 ea.);
  HP 4050 TN (12 ea.); HP 5000N (24 ea.); HP Laser Jet 4 (36
  ea.); HP Laser Jet 4000N (49 ea.); Rugged Writer 480 (2 ea.);
  Epson Stylus (1 ea); and Tektronic Phaser III (1 ea.). Services
  will be required for the period October 1, 2000 through September
  30, 2001 (12 months). The contractor will be required to provide
  on-site maintenance, and shall include all labor, travel and
  parts. If equipment can not be repaired on-site, replacements
  shall be made available. A maximum 2-hour response time is
  required for service calls. An award will be made to the responsible
  offeror conforming to the solicitation and whose offer presents
  the best value and is most advantageous to the Government.
  The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors- Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition. Offerors shall include
  a completed copy of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, with its
  offer. Any quotes received with out the representations and
  certifications, will be considered non-responsive. FAR 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, applies to
  this acquisition. The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders
  -- Commercial Items also applies to this acquisition, and the
  following clauses are applicable: FAR 52.219-8, Utilization
  of Small Business Concerns; FAR 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities; FAR 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; FAR 52.222-35Affirmative
  Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era;
  FAR 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities;
  FAR 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and
  Veterans of the Vietnam Era; FAR 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer--Other than Central Contractor Register. This
  solicitation incorporates one or more solicitation clauses/provisions
  by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were
  given in full text. All FAR clauses/provisions can be read
  in full text at the website www.arnet.gov. Quotations are due
  by COB September 5, 2000. Mail quotations to: Internal Revenue
  Service, Procurement Operations Branch, ATTN: Sandra D. Dubose
  (404/338-9221), 2888 Woodcock Blvd., Suite 300, Atlanta, GA
  30341. Quotes will be accepted via facsimile to 404/338-9231,
  or e-mail to sandra.dubose@irs.gov. Quotes should be clearly
  marked with the solicitation number TIRSE-01-Q-00002.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=TIRSE-01-Q-00002&LocID=2122
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sandra.dubose@irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486960)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS), I.R.S. Southeast Procurement Branch (A:P:R:SE), 2888
  Woodcock Boulevard, Suite 300, (Stop 80N), Chamblee, GA, 30341
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF FACSIMILE MACHINES
SOL TIRSE-01-Q-00001
DUE 083000
POC Sandra Dubose, Contract Specialist, Phone 404-338-9221, Fax
  404-338-9231, Email sandra.dubose@irs.gov
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  services prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation No. TIRSE-01-Q-00001 is issued
  as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-18. The Standard Industrial
  Code (SIC) is 7629; the applicable size standard is $5.0 million.
  This procurement is set-aside for small businesses. The Internal
  Revenue Service has a need for maintenance of their facsimile
  machines located at the Memphis Internal Revenue Service Center
  ( MIRSC), 5333 Getwell Road, Memphis, TN 38118. The vendor
  shall quote a monthly rate for the maintenance of the following
  models: Panafax Model(s)UF-766 (1 ea.); UF-755 (8 ea.); UF-750-D
  (1 ea.); UF-733 (5 ea.); UF-170 (1 ea); UF-260 (4 ea.); UF-300
  (2 ea.); UF-315 (20 ea.); UF-342 (8 ea.); UF-550 (16 ea.);
  UF-127 (1 ea.); UF-770 (1 ea.). Hewlett Packard Model L3100
  (5 ea.). Cannon Model(s) 800 (5 ea.); T70 (1 ea.); L4000 (1
  ea.); 8500 (6 ea.); 9000 (2 ea.); 9000S (42 ea.); 9500 (4 ea.)
  9000L (1 ea.). Services will be required for the period October
  1, 2000 through September 30, 2001 (12 months). The contractor
  will be required to provide on-site maintenance, and shall
  include all labor, travel and parts. If equipment can not be
  repaired on-site, replacements shall be made available. A maximum
  24-hour response time is required for service calls. An award
  will be made to the responsible offeror conforming to the solicitation
  and whose offer presents the best value and is most advantageous
  to the Government. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors- Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition.
  Offerors shall include a completed copy of the provision at
  FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items, with its offer. Any quotes received with out the representations
  and certifications, will be considered non-responsive. FAR
  52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, applies
  to this acquisition. The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders -- Commercial Items also applies to this acquisition,
  and the following clauses are applicable: FAR 52.219-8, Utilization
  of Small Business Concerns; FAR 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities; FAR 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; FAR 52.222-35Affirmative
  Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era;
  FAR 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities;
  FAR 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and
  Veterans of the Vietnam Era; FAR 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer--Other than Central Contractor Register. This
  solicitation incorporates one or more solicitation clauses/provisions
  by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were
  given in full text. All FAR clauses/provisions can be read
  in full text at the website www.arnet.gov. Quotations are due
  by COB August 21, 2000. Mail quotations to: Internal Revenue
  Service, Procurement Operations Branch, ATTN: Sandra D. Dubose
  (404/338-9221), 2888 Woodcock Blvd., Suite 300, Atlanta, GA
  30341. Quotes will be accepted via facsimile to 404/338-9231,
  or e-mail to sandra.dubose@irs.gov. Quotes should be clearly
  marked with the solicitation number TIRSE-01-Q-00001.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=TIRSE-01-Q-00001&LocID=2122
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sandra.dubose@irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486965)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: US Environmental Protection Agency, Region III Contracts
  Branch (3PM10), 1650 Arch Street, Phildelphia, PA 19103-2029
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
SOL RFQ-0005-DTJ
DUE 090300
POC Contracting Officer, Denise T. Jones (215) 814-5195
DESC: RFQ-005-DTJ US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY HAS A REQUIREMENT
  FOR THE FOLLOWING: PROVIDE LABOR, TRAVEL, AND MATERIALS FOR
  A FIRM FIXED-PRICE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT FOR ONE BASE YEAR
  AND TWO OPTION YEARS ON SIX M3099EX FUJITSU SCANNERS located
  at the following locations within the U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency, Region III area: One is located at the Regional Office,
  1650 Arch Street, Philadephia, PA and five are located at 1818
  Market Street, Philadelphia, PA. Written or fascimile requests
  for the written quotation should reference RFQ-0005-DTJ. Telephone
  requests will not be honored. Fascimile requests can be made
  to (215) 814-5211 ATTN: Denise Jones, 3PM10. This procurement
  is being conducted under the Simplified Acquisition Procedures
  (SAP) FAR 13. This acquisition is a 100% set-aside for small
  businesses (SIC 8299 - N.E.C. $5.0) Firm Fixed-Price contract
  with anticipated award date on or about September 30, 2000.
  AWARD WILL BE MADE TO THE LOWEST PRICE TECHNICALLY ACCEPTABLE
  OFFEROR. All responsible small business sources may request
  a quotation which shall be considered by the Agency. See Note
  1.***  
CITE: (W-230 SN487204)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: United States Holocaust Memorial Council, Division of
  Procurement, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW, Washington, DC
  20024-2150
SUBJECT: J--MONITORING OF THE ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL 9532-00-R-0026
DUE 092200
POC Ms. Ara Wright, 202-314-7851
DESC: The United States Holocaust Memorial Council has a requirement
  for monitoring of the Energy Maintenace Control System. Contractor
  shall be respomsible for the operatin, maintenance and repair
  of the Energy Management Control System installed at the United
  States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This contract includes one
  basic year and four (4) one (1) year options beginning October
  1, 2000. This procurement is set aside for small business.
  Request for solicitation must be in writing. No telephone requests
  accepted. Fax requests accepted. Fax # 202-314-0345. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487230)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, Coast Guard Island, Building 50-7, Alameda, CA,
  94501-5100
SUBJECT: J--USCGC POLAR STAR (WAGB 10) FLIGHT DECK RENEWAL
SOL DTCG85-01-R-625009
DUE 100200
POC Jim Altice, Contracting Officer, Phone 206-217-6815, Fax
  206-217-6976, Email jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil - Linda Cho,
  Contract Section Supervisor, Phone 510-437-3393, Fax 510-437-3392,
  Email
DESC: The Maintenance and Logistics Command Pacific, Naval engineering
  Division intends to contract for the Flight Deck Renewal of
  USCGC POLAR STAR (WAGB 10). The work package will include:
  (1) renewal of the cutter_s flight deck coating system, and
  (2) testing of all flight deck tie-down fittings. All equipment
  and materials involved in the above work shall be contractor-furnished.
  Solicitation will be issued on or about 1 September 2000 with
  a proposal closing date of 2 October 2000. Period of performance
  will commence 10 October 2000 and conclude 27 October 2000.
  This will be an unrestricted negotiated procurement issued
  pursuant to the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration
  Program and utilizing Commercial Acquisition procedures prescribed
  in Part 12 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. For Women-Owned
  and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises to acquire short-term
  working capital assistance for transportation-related contracts,
  loans are available under the DOT Short Term Lending Program
  (STLP) at the prime interest rates to provide accounts receivable
  financing. The maximum line of credit is $500,000. For further
  information concerning the STLP call the OSDBU at 1-800-532-1169.
  The entire solicitation will be provided electronically at
  the following website: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. No hard copy
  solicitation will be provided.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=DTCG85-01-R-625009&LocID=499
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487275)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Export - Import Bank of the United States, Office of
  Administrative Services, Contracts and Acquisitions, 811 Vermont
  Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC, 20571
SUBJECT: J--SOFTWARE AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT FOR WINFAST ADVISOR
SOL Reference-Number-EXIM01-CIO-01-0025
DUE 090200
POC Teresa Broomer, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 565-3346,
  Fax (202) 565-3528, Email teresa.broomer@exim.gov
DESC: 17. The Export-Import Bank of the US intends to award a
  sole source order to Moody's Risk Management Service, under
  authority of FAR 6.302-1 for software support/maintenance of
  Winfast Advisor to directly interface with the financial information
  contained in our Winfast software program already installed
  at the Bank. It will interpret the financial information and
  produce a narrative analysis. Winfast Advisor is a proprietary
  product distributed by Moody's Risk Management Service. THIS
  IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. This is a sole source requirement
  and if no affirmative written responses are received that a
  comparable source is available, a sole source contract will
  be negotiated. Responses must be received, in writing, within
  fifteen (15) calendar days of publication of this notice. Interested
  parties must submit descriptive literature with their response
  proving their capability to respond to the requirements. Requests
  must be in writing. No telephone or fax response will be accepted.
  This acquisition is being conducted under the guidelines as
  set forth in the Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). Award
  will be contingent upon availability of FY01 funding. The point
  of contact is Ms Teresa Broomer at 202-565-3346.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-EXIM01-CIO-01-0025&LocID=2862
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: teresa.broomer@exim.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487362)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Ralph H. Johnson Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center,
  109 Bee Street, Charleston, SC 29401-5799
SUBJECT: J--PM&R PULMONARY FUNCTION SYSTEM
SOL 534-5-01
DUE 082900
POC Elisa W. Lukasavage, 843-577-5011, X7211
DESC: The due date for solicitation 534-5-01, PM&R Pulmonary
  Function System for the Ralph H. Johnson Department of Veterans
  Affairs Medical Center, 109 Bee St, Charleston, SC, 29401-5799,
  has been extended until August 29, 2000, 10:00 AM, Eastern
  Standard Time. 
LINKURL: http://cbdnet.access.gpo.gov
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487401)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Bldg 588, Mail Stop 32, Naval Air Warfare
  Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD 20670-5304
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE SUPPORT
SOL N00421-00-Q-0519
DUE 090800
POC Margo Thompson, Purchasing Agent, (301) 757-9786
DESC: This is a notice of intent to negotiate on a sole source
  basis with  Microsoft Corporation, 2118 Water Ridge Parkway,
  Charlotte, NC 28217 to purchase base premier support and unlimited
  web access for one year.  Delivery of services is required
  to be FOB Destination to Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft
  Division, Patuxent River, Maryland beginning 01-Oct-2000 through
  30-Sept-2001. Written requests for copies of  Request for
  Quotation may be faxed to (301) 342-1531 to the attention
  of Margo Thompson. All responsible sources may submit a quotation
   which will be considered by the agency. See Number Note(s):
  1. 
EMAILADD: thompsonmj@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487413)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Hospital, Materials Management Dept., Purchase
  Div., Bldg. 81-H, Great Lakes, IL 60088
SUBJECT: J--SERVICE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
SOL N00211-01-Q-00005
DUE 081100
POC Judith A. Collins ( 847 ) 688-4734 ext 4018
DESC: The Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, illinois, intends to negotiate
  on a sole  source basis with OEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS, 121 Fairfield
  Way # 106, Bloomingdale, IL. 60108. For a one ( 1 ) year service
  maintenance contract for the period  Oct 01 00 through 30
  Sep 01, with option years for 01 Oct 01 through 30 Sep 02,
   and option year for 01 Oct 02 through 30 Sep 03. For a 9600
  SERIES C-ARM, Level I, Includes routine, Replacement parts
  and glassware. Two ( 2 ) PM's per year with CDRH inspection.
  Free software upgrades . Interested parties may fax their
  request to Judy Collins (847) 688-3705
CITE: (W-230 SN487435)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: K--Modification of Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: K--AN/TSQ-73 V2A UPGRADE
SOL DAAH01-00-R-0330
DUE 092200
POC Detra Battle-Blue, (256)842-7137,Contract Specialist,Barbara
  A. Roberts,(256)842-6013,Contracting Officer
DESC: AN/TSQ-73 Missile Minder V2A Ugrade which consist of: documentation
  and technical manuals, installation and checkout of the V2A
  upgrade, training for the V2A upgrade, technical assistance
  to support the V2A upgrade and logistics technical assistance
  in support of the integration of the CORE Version IV08 and
  CMOS Version 34.1 software for the Government of Egypt. Justification
  for other than full and open competition is FAR 6.302-1, Only
  One Responsible Source. The proposed contract action is for
  supplies/services for which the Government does not have specifications
  and drawings to permit full and open competition. The delivery
  schedule is: V2A Upgrade-10 months ARO, Documentation & Technical
  Manuals-10 months ARO, Installation and Checkout-12 months
  ARO, Training-12 months ARO, Technical Assistance-18 months
  ARO, Logistics Engineering Assistance-10 months ARO. Approved
  source is Summa Technology. See Note 22.
CITE: (W-229 SN486938)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: N--Installation of Equipment
OFFADD: Regional Contracting Department (Code 201), Fleet and
  Industrial Supply Center, 1942 Gaffney Street, Ste 100, Pearl
  Harbor, HI 96860-4549
SUBJECT: N--INSTALLATION OF SOLAR HEATING SYSTEM
SOL N00604-00-T-A260
DUE 081100
POC Gail Caban, (808)473-7528
DESC: Solicitation number N00604-00-T-A260. The Fleet and Industrial
  Supply Center Pearl Harbor HI intends to negotiate a 100% small
  business set aside contract for the installation only of the
  following items. Item 0001, one Radco Chrome solar collector,
  model #410-HP and Item 0002, one 2100 gallon upright solar
  storage tank. This system is to provide solar heated water
  for the reheat coils within the air conditioning system serving
  the Calibration Laboratory. An existing Fulton 840,000 BTUH
  capacity boiler and heat exchanger are currently serving the
  reheat coils. Existing boiler and heat exchanger shall be kept
  in place and tied into new solar to automatically provide backup
  heating as necessary. Contractor shall provide mechanical,
  civil and electrical work for installation of the solar water
  system located with the Controlled Industrial Area (CIA) of
  the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, Pearl Harbor Hawaii. A site
  visit will be conducted. Exact date and time will be included
  in the solicitation. (Please note that contractor personnel
  must be U.S. citizens in good standing.). The FSC Code is N045.
  The SIC code and the small business size standard for this
  procurement is 5074 and 100 employees respectively. FAR Part
  13.5 applies. All contractors must be registered in the Central
  Contractor Registration database, (CCR), to be eligible for
  Department of Defense contract awards. The solicitation will
  be issued/posted at: http://www.cic.pearl.fisc.navy.mil/fisc/owa/opportunites.start_page
  on/about 23 August 2000. The Government will not mail, fax,
  or e-mail the solicitation or any amendment thereto. The Government
  website is occasionally inaccessible due to maintenance. The
  Government is not responsible for any loss of Internet connectivity
  or for an offeror's inability to access the document posted
  on the reference web page. Drawings for this solicitation could
  not be posted to the website, but can be obtained via fax or
  e-mail request prior to the site visit. You must provide a
  FED-X account number with your request for the drawings. Otherwise,
  drawings will also be available on the day of the site visit.
  Address all information and inquiries to e-mail: gail_a_caban@pearl.fisc.navy.mil
  or via facsimile to: (808)473-0811.
LINKURL: http://www.cic.pearl.fisc.navy.mil/fisc/owa/opportunites.start_page

LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: gail_a_caban@pearl.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487017)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: DHHS, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, 115 4th Avenue
  Southeast, Room 309 Federal Building, Aberdeen, South Dakota
  57401
SUBJECT: Q--CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETIST SERVICES
SOL RFP 00-17
DUE 100200
POC Ron Sieler, Contract Specialist, or Ronda M. Longbrake, Contracting
  Officer, at 605-226-7567
DESC: Q--The Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service is soliciting
  for a contractor to provide Certified Registered Nurse Anesthtetist
  (CRNA) services at the Indian Health Service Hospital located
  in Belcourt, North Dakota. The contractor shall be responsible
  for placement of a CRNA to perform the necessary services to
  coincide with the scheduling of surgical services at the Belcourt
  IHS facility. The contract will be performed over a period
  of one-year from the date of award with three (3) option years
  to extend for a total of four years. Requests for copies of
  RFP 00-17 will be available 15 days from the date of this publication.
  The offer due date is tentatively scheduled for October 2,
  2000. Requests for the solicitation must be in writing referencing
  proposal number RFP 00-17. Fax requests will be accepted. The
  Aberdeen Area IHS Fax number is 605-226-7669.  
CITE: (W-229 SN486948)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Southwest Contracting Center MEDCOM, William Beaumont
  AMC, ATTN MCAA SW, 5005 N Piedras St, El Paso, TX 79920-5001
SUBJECT: Q--PROVIDE LABORATORY TESTING ON URORISK AND MPC STONE
  RISK TESTS
SOL DADA09-00-T-0468
DUE 083000
POC Alice Lopez, Contracting Office, WBAMC, FAX (915)569-2959
DESC: William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, Texas 79920,
  has a requirement for a nonpersonal service contract to provide
  laboratory testing of approximately 36 Urorisk Tests and 24
  MPC Stone Risk Tests for the period of 1 October 2000 through
  30 September 2001 and two one year option periods. All responsible
  sources may request a copy of the solicitation in writing as
  no telephonic requests will be accepted. FAX (915)569-2959

CITE: (W-229 SN486963)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia, 700 Robbins Ave.,
  Bldg. 2B, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5084
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL ADMINISTRATOR=20
SOL N00140-00-R-3952
DUE 103000
POC Point of Contact - David Gagliardi, Contract Negotiator,
  = 215-697-9626, Contracting Officer, P.J. Proko, 215-697-9626
DESC: The FISC Norfolk Det Philadelphia intends to negotiate
  through = full and=20 open competition, a combination fixed
  price/cost reimbursement = requirements=20 type contract for
  Medical Administrator Services in support of the = Naval=20
  Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity,
  Pensacola, = FL, on=20 behalf of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces.
  Under the anticipated = contract, the=20 Administrator (aka
  Third Party Administrator), will provide health care = administration
  services for a group of Saudi military personnel = assigned
  to=20 training in the United States, and their authorized dependents
  at = approximately=20 15 geographic locations. It is anticipated
  that initially these = services will=20 cover approximately
  100 military personnel plus approximately 350 = dependents=20
  with growth expected over the life of the contract. This requirement
  = is for=20 administration and bill paying only. It is not
  for the medical = insurance=20 itself. The Medical Administrator
  will provide a claim system for the = submittal=20 of claims
  by various health care providers, screen the claims to = determine
  if=20 the coverage under the benefit conforms to the charges
  that are = considered to=20 be reasonable and customary and
  promptly pay the provider accordingly. = The=20 Administrator
  will be reimbursed for claims paid out through the = contract.
  The=20 Administrator must have access to a working fund from
  which initial = payments=20 can be made pending reimbursement
  under the contract. The solicitation = will=20 require a cost/price
  as well as a technical proposal in order to = determine the=20
  contractor's ability. A pre-proposal conference is anticipated.
  Award = will be=20 made on a best value basis. The ultimate
  contract is expected to = consist of a=20 base period of twelve
  (12) months plus four (4) option years beginning=20 approximately
  01 June 2001. Requests for a copy of the solicitation = should
  be=20 made by letter or telefax (FAX #215-697-9738) to FISC
  Norfolk Det = Philadelphia=20 Code 02P52I. The applicable Standard
  Industrial Classification Number = is 8099.
EMAILADD: SYNOPSIS@PHIL.FISC.NAVY.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487042)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Chief, Acquisition & Materiel Management Service (90C),
  VA Medical Center, 718 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH 03104
SUBJECT: Q--UROLOGY SERVICES
SOL 608-105-00
DUE 092000
POC Richard Marino (603)-626-6506
DESC: Provide Urology and Urology Surgical Services at Department
  Of Veterans Affairs, Manchester, NH. Example of services include
  Urethral Dilation, Cystoscopy, Meatotomy, Supra and Retro.
  Prostatectomy , Pyelolithotomy,Nephrectomy,Rigid Penile Prosth.
  Implantation, Consultation and various other services that
  will be described in the solicitation. Contract will include
  a 12 month base and two 12-month option years. SIC Code is
  8062 and size standard is 5.0 million. RFP must be in writing.
  FAX requests to (603)-626-6577.
CITE: (W-230 SN487169)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 10000 Brecksville
  Road, Brecksville, OH 44141
SUBJECT: Q--SUPPLEMENTAL/TEMPORARY REGISTERED NURSE SERVICE
SOL RFQ 541-003-01
DUE 091300
POC Danny O. Freeman, Contracting Officer (440) 838-6091
DESC: The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center intends to
  solicit contracts for Supplemental Licensed Registered Nurse
  (RN) services, to provide intermittent nursing service, as
  needed, in our Medical/Surgical Wards, Intensive Care Units,
  and Psychiatry Ward. The period of service will be for a basic
  year plus two pre-priced one-year options for renewal. The
  following technical evaluation factors, listed in descending
  order of importance, shall be used to evaluate all offers/proposals:
  1) Written statement of Nursing Philosophy consistent with
  Cleveland VA Medical Center; 2) Educational profile of each
  employee including special preparation certification; 3) Tests
  prior to being hired (score, review, retest, and/or denial
  of employment) and satisfactory references from last three
  (3) employers): 4) Current CPR certification for each employee;
  5) Skill inventory record on each employee; 6) Procedure for
  verification of RN license (active and inactive); 7) Procedure
  for license renewal; 8) Interview of RN's process and screening;
  9) Experience of staff; 10) Continuing education for RN's;
  11) Price; and 12) Past performance of contractor. Requests
  for proposals must be in writing to the address mentioned above.
  Solicitations may be requested by fax at (216) 838-6052. Solicitation
  packages will be available o/a 8/22/00
CITE: (W-230 SN487227)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Network Business Office,
  VISN10, Contract Service Center, Bldg 408, 4100 West Third
  Street, Dayton OH 45428
SUBJECT: Q--CAQ INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY
SOL 552-26-00
DUE 090800
POC Tom Wagner, Contracting Officer, (937) 262-3388
DESC: This is a combined synopsis for commercial items prepared
  in accordance with FAR subpart 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. This solicitation
   is issued as a Request for Proposal RFP 552-26-00. This solicitation
  document provides incorporated clauses that are in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-05. The Dayton VAMC has a requirement
  for CAQ Interventional Radiologist for one half FTE (four hours)
  per day to perform such procedures as required by the Dayton
  Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) and will interpret all
  MRI cases as required. The contractor will provide coverage
  at an agreed four hour period during normal duty hours between
  800 to 1600 hours, Monday through Friday. The Interventional
  Radiologist will also be available to provide emergent professional
  Interventional Radiology services any time beyond the scheduled
  four hour workday until 1600 hours as required by VAMC. Additionally,
  the contractor will provide emergency Interventional Radiology
  coverage seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day as required
  by the VAMC. All responsible sources may submit a written firm
  fixed price proposal with adequate information to determine
  professional capability and availability in emergency situations.
  Contract period will be for One Base year and Two Option Years
  with termination notice of 6 months. Evaluations will be made
  in the following order of importance with price being equal
  to 50% of total:  a. Professional Qualifications -- CAQ Interventional
  Radiology, Resumes of only Individuals that will provide services
  under this contract; b. Availability -- proposal will show
  evidence of sufficient depth to insure coverage of services
  52 weeks per year, proposal must show evidence of emergency
  availability, such as, residing with a 50 mile radious of VAMC;
  c. Price Schedule -- Schedule should detail cost of normal
  four hour work day and cost of providing services outside of
  normal four hour work day. Proposals must include enough information
  to adequately evaluate all criteria, incomplete proposals will
  be rejected. Offers shall provide a complete set of provisions
  with proposal found at FAR 52.212-3, Offerors Representation
  and Certifications - Commercial Items. Provisions and clauses
  found at FAR 52-212-1, 52-212-4, 52-212-5 also apply. All responses
  must be received by 4:00 pm EST on 8th of September, 2000.
  The solicitation number (RFQ 552-26-00)must be listed on the
  outside of your response for identification. 
LINKURL: thomas.wagner@med.va.gov
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487294)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Worker's Compensation,
  200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room S-3522, Washington, DC 20210
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL SERVICES, REGISTERED NURSES
SOL 1635
DUE 091500
POC Patricia Wood, RN, (202) 693-1036
DESC: The United States Department of Labor, Office of Workers'
  Compensation Programs (OWCP) is recruiting to contract individual
  registered nurses to coordinate medical management of injured
  federal employees. Assignments will be intermittent and part
  time. The areas of recruitment are the states of California,
  Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii.   Minimum requirements include
  1) a valid R.N. License, 2) at least two years general medical-surgical
  experience, and 3) at least two years general case management
  experience. Additional experience desired includes basic knowledge
  of workers' compensation injuries and illnesses. Applicants
  chosen for this contract position will sign a memorandum of
  agreement and will be required to attend a training session
  on OWCP procedures. RNs are not paid or otherwise reimbursed
  for attending this training workshop. Nurses currently engaged
  in federal employment are not eligible for this contract position.
  Each interested RN must send a letter of interest regarding
  their application to Patricia Wood, RN, US Department of Labor,
  OWCP, Room S-3522, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington,
  DC 20210. Your company or employer cannot submit this notice
  for you. The current hourly professional rate is $65. Deadline
  for submitting this letter of interest requires postmark date
  no later than September 15, 2000. 
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: NA
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487360)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: Q--LOCUM TENEN AUDIOLOGIST SERVICES
SOL RFQ 69D-361-00
DUE 082400
POC Mark A. Lammers, Contracting Officer, (414) 902-5409
DESC: Locum Tenen Audiologist services for the VA Medical Center,
  Tomah, WI, for six months beginning approximately 8/28/00,
  through February 28, 2001. Hard copy and electronic versions
  of the solicitation will be available on or about 8/18/00.
  Requests for hard copy solicitations must be submitted in writing.
  The charge for hard copy solicitations is $5.00 in advance.
  Checks to be made payable to Department of Veterans Affairs.
  No telephone or fax requests will be accepted. Electronic solicitations
  may be obtained FREE at the following URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm.
  Any amendments issued to this solicitation will also be available
  at this URL. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. 
EMAILADD: mark.lammers@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487387)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Contracting Officer (90C), Department of Veterans Affairs
  Medical Center, 1970 Roanoke Blvd., Salem, VA 24153-5483
SUBJECT: Q--TEMPORARY OPTHALMOLOGY TECHNICIAN
SOL RFP 658-58-00
DUE 090100
POC Dorann J. Burkett (540) 983-1084
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 procurement is conducted under simplified
  acquisition procedures in accordance with FAR Part 13. This
  announcement constitutes a formal Request for Proposal (RFP)
  and a written solicitation WILL NOT be issued. The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition 97-19. RFP 658-58-00
  should be referenced on all proposals. The Standard Industrial
  Classification (SIC) for this procurement is 8099 and the small
  business size-standard is gross annual receipts NTE $5.0 million.
  This procurement is unrestricted. The VA Medical Center, Salem,
  Virginia has an emergent need for a Temporary Ophthalmology
  Technician to provide ophthalmologic administrative and clinical
  services to veteran patients. The Ophthalmology Technician
  shall perform the following functions at this facility: (1)
  Conduct patient intake assessments, which includes brief medical
  history, visual acuity, intraocular pressure, pupil functions,
  dilation and lensometry; (2) Maintain clinic area by ordering
  and stocking administrative and medical forms and supplies,
  and use proper sterilization, storage techniques for ophthalmology
  instruments and equipment; (3) Utilize auto refractor to determine
  refractive error in patients; (4) Operate various ophthalmologic
  machines to include Ultrasonography A & B scans, Keratometers,
  Cameras (Slit Lamp and Fundus), Lasers (YAG and Argon), Goldman
  perimeters and Humphrey field analyzer; (5) Assist in minor
  surgical procedures, obtain smears and scrapings of lesions,
  determine color vision and administer the Amsler grid test;
  (6) Schedule and record surgical cases in the VAMC computer
  system, which includes the posting of Current Procedural Terminology
  (CPT) and International Classification Diseases, 9th Revision
  Clinical Modification (ICD9-CM) codes; (7) Provides patient
  education, to include instruction on medication usage, common
  eye problems (such as cataracts, glaucoma and Diabetic Retinopathy)
  and pre-op, post-op and follow-up patient education. The Contractors
  employee(s) shall support one (1) Ophthalmologist Physician,
  one (1) Ophthalmologist Resident Physician, and have the support
  of an administrative clerk. Contractors personnel must be Joint
  Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO)
  certified as either a Certified Ophthalmology Assistant (COA),
  Certified Ophthalmology Technician (COT) or Certified Ophthalmology
  Medical Technician (COMT) with current Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation
  (CPR) Certification and refractometry skills. Ophthalmology
  Technician shall provide coverage Monday through Friday, 7:45
  a.m. - 4:30 p.m., excluding Federal Holidays. The average patient
  workload that the Ophthalmology Technician shall see is estimated
  between 35-50 patients per day. Offerors shall submit the following
  with their proposal: pricing schedule: evidence of JCAHPO and
  CPR certification of proposed technician(s); evidence of a
  current TB Test results on all proposed candidates and evidence
  of company's Indemnification and Medical Liability Insurance.
  Offerors may propose more than one candidate. The Contractor
  shall be responsible for protecting the personnel furnishing
  services under this contract. To carry out this responsibility,
  the Contractor shall provide the following: Worker's Compensation
  Insurance, Professional Liability Insurance, Health Examinations,
  Income Tax Withholding, and Social Security Payments. Offerors
  shall provide a completed set of provisions with their offer
  found at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications-Commercial
  Items. Provisions and clauses found at 52.212-1, 52.212-4,
  52.212-5 apply. The following FAR and VAAR clauses and provisions
  are added by addendum 52.224-1 Privacy Act Notification; 52.224-2
  Privacy Act; 852.237-7 Indemnification and Medical Liability
  Insurance; 852.270-4 Commercial Advertising; and 852.271-70
  Services Provided Beneficiaries. In performance of official
  duties, the Contractor's employee(s) have regular access to
  printed and electronic files containing sensitive data, which
  must be protected under the provisions of the Privacy Act of
  1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a), and other applicable laws, Federal Regulations,
  Veterans Affairs statutes and policies. The duration of required
  services is a minimum of ninety (90) calendar days up to six
  (6) months. Offerors may find the FAR provisions and clauses
  on the Internet at www.arnet.gov/far/. Proposals will be accepted
  immediately, but no later than September 1, 2000. Due to the
  critical need of these services, award may be made prior to
  September 1, 2000. An official authorized to bind the offeror's
  organization must sign offers. All proposals should be submitted
  to Contracting Officer (90C3), VA Medical Center, 1970 Roanoke
  Boulevard, Salem, Virginia 24153 or faxed to Contracting Officer
  (90C3) at (540) 983-1065.
CITE: (W-230 SN487398)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 55 CONS,
  101 Washington Sq Bldg 40, Offutt AFB, NE, 68113-2107
SUBJECT: Q--OPERATING ROOM SUPPORT SERVICE
SOL F25600-00-R-9038
DUE 082100
POC Brian Straka, Contract Specialist, Phone 402-232-5967, Fax
  402-294-4069, Email brian.straka@offutt.af.mil - Roxanne Stevens,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 402-294-2883, Fax 402-232-6571,
  Email
DESC: **** The response date for all bids received is now 21
  August 2000 by 3:00pm Central Standard time. Please review
  the amendments posted on 17 August 2000.**** Offutt AFB requires
  the following service(s): Operating Room Support; The contractor
  shall augment surgical services to include: anesthesia services,
  operating room (OR) and post anesthesia care unit (PACU) services,
  and administrative support services at 55th Medical Group (55th
  MG), Offutt Air Force Base Nebraska. This includes furnishing
  all labor, transportation, and supervision. Performance shall
  be as according to the requirements contained in the Statement
  of Work. A request for proposal shall be issued on or about
  16 June 2000. This acquisition is open to large and small business.
  The proposed contract shall have a one-year basic year period,
  starting 1 October 2000 through 30 September 2001, plus four
  one-year options. Award of the contract will be made to the
  responsive, responsible offeror(s) whose proposal offers the
  best value to the Government. Upon issue, the Request for Proposal
  (RFP) will be available on the Internet at the Electronic Posting
  System (EPS) web site, which is at the following address: http://www.eps.gov.
  Contractors are required to complete Central Contractor Registration
  prior to award or any government contract. Additional information
  on registration is available at CCR web site address: http://www.ccr2000.com
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F25600-00-R-9038&LocID=601
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: brian.straka@offutt.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487434)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 13A-19 Rockville, MD 20857
SUBJECT: R--CANCELLATION OF 00-OA-192SRB
SOL 00-OA-192SRB
POC Sarah Bueter (301) 443-5352
DESC: The notice for this solicitation is hereby cancelled in
  its entirety.
CITE: (W-229 SN486941)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: R--ISO 9001 REGISTRATION SERVICES
SOL RFQ3-139736
DUE 091500
POC  Teresa Monaco, Contract Specialist, Phone (216)433-8293,
  Fax (216)433-2480, Email Teresa.L.Monaco@grc.nasa.gov
DESC: This is a modification to the synopsis entitled ISO 9001
  Registration Services which was posted on 2/10/2000. You are
  notified that the following changes are made: Anticipated dates
  (on or about) regarding this procurement: Final RFQ: 8/16/2000.
  Proposals due: 9/15/2000. Contract award: 11/15/2000. Documents
  related to this procurement are available over the Internet
  and are in Microsoft Office Suite (Word 2000, Excel 2000, or
  PowerPoint 2000) format and will reside on a World Wide Web
  (WWW) server, which may be accessed using a WWW browser application.
  The Internet site, or URL, for the NASA/GRC Business Opportunities
  home page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=CL&pin=22
  Offerors are responsible for monitoring this site for the release
  of the solicitation and any amendments. Potential offerors
  are responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation
  and amendments (if any).
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=22#RFQ3-139736
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Teresa.L.Monaco@grc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486949)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung,
  and Blood Institute, Contracts Operations Branch, 6701 Rockledge
  Drive, Room 6100, MSC 7902, Bethesda, MD 20892
SUBJECT: R--PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES
SOL NHLBI-PS-2000-658
DUE 083100
POC Cecilia Morales, Purchasing Agent, (301)435-0369, Debra C.
  Hawkins, Chief, Procurement Section, (301)435-0366
DESC: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) for
  the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), intends to negotiate
  on a sole source basis with the American Psychological Association
  (APA) (a nonprofit organization), 750 First Street, North East,
  Washington, DC 20002. The provide conference planning support
  for the "Enhancing Outcomes in Women's Health: Translating
  Psycho-social and Behavioral Research into Primary Care, Community
  Interventions and Health Policy" conference, to be held October
  4, 5, & 6, 2001 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington,
  DC. This acquisition is being conducted under simplified acquisition
  procedures and is exempt from the requirements of FAR part
  6. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code is 8999,
  Size Standard $5.M. The American Psychological Association
  (APA) has served as a sponsor and planner of a number of meetings
  on Women's program issues for a number of years. APA possess
  the knowledge, experience, and technical expertise to sponsor
  and provide conference support for meetings on psycho-social
  issues of this magnitude. An award to any other source cannot
  be made due to APA being a cosponsor of this conference. This
  notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals.
  Interested parties may identify their interest and capabilities
  in response to this requirement. The determination by the Government
  not to compete the 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 future competitive
  procurement. Responses to this announcement, referencing synopsis
  number NHLBI-PS-2000-658, may be submitted to the National
  Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Contracts Operations Branch,
  Procurement Section, Building RKL2, Suite 6042, 6701 Rockledge
  Drive, Bethesda, MD. 20892-7902, attention: Ms. Cecilia Morales,
  Purchasing Agent. All responsible sources may submit a quotation,
  which if timely received, shall be considered by the agency.

CITE: (W-230 SN487064)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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 SERVICE
SOL N0017400Q0274
DUE 090800
POC Pat Griffin, FAX 301-744-6618
DESC: Engineering Services in assessing the structural integrity
  of the Navy's aging solid propellant rocket inventory. Contract
  action will be other than full and open competition under the
  authority of 10 USC 2304 (c)(1). This is a sole source requirement.
  Dr. Nozer Singpurwalla, The George Washington University, 2306
  North Stafford St, Arlington, VA 22207. Note: The offerors
  will be ineligible for award unless they have registered in
  DoD's Central Contractor Registration database. Offerors and
  contractors may obtain information on registration and annual
  confirmation requirements by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via
  the Internet at http://www.ccr2000.com. Request for this solicitation
  should be addressed to the attention of Pat Griffin, Fax 301-744-6618
  or 301-744-6632. SIC 8711
CITE: (W-230 SN487082)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Pouch: EXO, USAID/Uganda, Kampala (ID) Kampala, Department
  of State, Washington, DC 20521-2190, International: PO Box
  7856, Kampala, Uganda, (Handcarry/Courier): Plot 6 Spring Road
  Close, Opposite Ice Plant, Bugolob
SUBJECT: R--FOOD FOR PEACE OFFICER
SOL 617-00-P-00-005
DUE 092000
POC Donald J. Brady, Tel: 256-41-251906/7, Fax: 256-41-2333308,
  E-mail: dbrady@usaid.gov 
DESC: USAID Uganda is seeking a well qualified person to serve
  under a two year contract with the possibility of a renewal
  totaling three years subject to the availability of funds,
  need for service and demonstrated performance. The individual
  will be hired under a Personal Services Contract (PSC) and
  will work under the supervision of the SO1 Team Leader. An
  overview of the position is provided below. Interested candidates
  should review the minimum qualifications and other information
  contained in Paragraph A and B and submit applications using
  Standard Form 171 or Optional Form 612 supplemented by a detailed
  curriculum vitae (C.V.). The CV should provide details of relevant
  experience. The position will be available as of November 1,
  2000. Overview - The USAID/Uganda Food for Peace Officer (FFPO)
  is an integral member of the SO1 Team. The FFPO is the principal
  staff person at USAID/Uganda responsible for the coordination
  and management of the PL-4890 Title II Monetization Program,
  which is valued at approximately $10 million annually in development
  assistance in food crop production and $10-20 million annually
  for emergency assistance implemented by the United Nations'
  World Food Program (WFP). The USAID/Uganda Title II Program
  is one of the largest programs of this type in African and
  involves four cooperating sponsors and the WFP. The FFPO also
  coordinates the Mission's Food AID Committee and serves on
  the Mission's Greater Horn of African Initiative (GHAI and
  Disaster Response Teams. The FFPO will oversee the day-to-day
  assignments of two (2) FSN staff assigned Title II responsibilities.
   A. QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND EVALUATION CRITERIA: 1.
  Education: A masters degree in technical field related to international
  development, preferably in an area related to food aid, agriculture
  development, economic development or humanitarian relief (20%)
  2. Prior Work Experience: Demonstrated professional experience,
  preferably for five years or longer in the developing world
  in Africa. Familiarity with USAID food aid programs and related
  donor programs experience (40%). OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE,
  KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Comprehensive understanding of relief
  to development issues and technical interventions that achieve
  results in societies where poverty civil strife and lack of
  a social and economic infrastructure constrain development
  (10%). Experience with USAID management systems and USAID relationships
  with non-governmental organizations. Demonstrated ability to
  work collaborative with a broad range of professional counterparts
  at all levels including those from host-country governmental
  and NGOs. Working knowledge and familiarity with current USAID
  policies and programming precepts (5%). Ability to rapidly
  acquire an understanding of the legislative requirements of
  the U. S. Government's food aid programs as they refer to emergency
  assistance (5%). Required Skills: Fluency in English required.
  Strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated experience and ability
  to effectively supervise and work in teams, clear and concise
  writing skills necessary to meet tight deadlines with effective
  reports and logical analyses (5%). Proven ability to work collaboratively
  with a range of professional counterparts at all levels, including
  those from host country governmental and non-government organizations,
  in USAID Mission, other U.S. Government agencies, and other
  donors (10%). Computer literate in word processing, either
  WordPerfect or Word 6.0 and basic spread sheet programs. Demonstrated
  ability to prepare complex correspondence and reports with
  minimum office support (5%). B. COMPENSATION: The term of the
  contract will be for a two year period with an option for an
  additional extension(s) totaling up to three years thereafter
  depending on demonstrated performance, continuance of need
  for service, and availability of funding. The position has
  been classified at a U. S. Government GS-13 level. The actual
  salary of the successful candidate will be negotiated within
  that range depending on qualifications and previous earning
  history.   
LINKURL: http://www.info.usaid.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: dbrady@usaid.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487086)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Bldg 4022, Fort Knox, Ky
  40121-5000
SUBJECT: R--CAT-ASVAB TEST ADMINISTRATION
SOL DABT23-00-B-1013
DUE 092700
POC Sharon Crady 502-624-8158
DESC: Correction of Bid issue date to read: 09/06/00. 
EMAILADD: cradys@ftknox-emh3.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487199)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Peninsula Contracting, Attn: ATZF-DPC,
  Building 2746, Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5292
SUBJECT: R--PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES
SOL DABT5700Q1094/1099/1101/1103
DUE 083000
POC Pat Niles 757-878-3805
DESC: NON PERSONAL SERVICES - ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE has the
  following contracts for one each for one base with four option
  years for - (1)Information & Referral Administrative(Quote
  # 00Q1094)located at Fort Monroe, VA, 25 hours per week,. The
  contractor is reponsible for providing administrative support
  to all areas of ACS, Family Advocacy and supported staff functions
  in the Soldier and Family Support Center in accordance with
  PWS. This contract starts 5 Sep 00. (2)New Parent Support
  Services Parent Aide,(Quote # 00Q1099) Fort Eustis, VA, 40
  hours per week. The contractor provides programs to educate
  the Army Community about child and spouse abuse, encourage
  prompt reporting of abuse, and support couples and parents
  in order to prevent family maltreatment in accordance with
  SOW. This contract starts 5 Sep 00. (3) Relocations Services,
  (Quote # 00Q1101), Fort Eustis/Fort Story, VA, 40 hours per
  week. The contractor provides current information, guidance,
  counseling, education and training during all phases of the
  relocation process to include: extensive preparation and planning
  before the move to prevent soldiers and their families from
  making uninformed decisions; assistance during the actual transfer
  period; adaptation and settling in to the community and support
  and assistance to families who are separated from the military
  sponsor due to duty requirements in accordance PWS. This contract
  starts 01 Oct 200. (4) Unit Service strategy Coordinator,
  (Quote # 00Q1103)Fort Eustis, VA, 40 hours per week. The contractor
  assists the Commander in identifynig and resolving social problems
  affecting soldiers and their families in accordance with SOW.
  This contract starts 01 Oct 2000. ALL CONTRACTORS MUST BE
  REGISTERED IN CENTRAL CONTRACTORS REGISTER IN ORDER TO BE AWARDED
  THESE CONTRACTS. If an individual is bidding on this, they
  are responsible for paying all income taxes. The person is
  a contractor not an employee of the Federal Government. Please
  contact this office for Wage Rates if bidding as other than
  an individual basis. The Standard Industrial Classification
  (SIC) Code is 8999, SERVICES. These solicitations are all 100%
  set-aside for small businesses with annual receipt of $5.0m.
  All requests for a copy should include RFQ NUMBER, YOUR COMPLETE
  FIRM NAME, STRETT ADDRESS, CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE, BUSINESS
  SIZE, TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBER, AND EMAIL ADDRESS IF APPLICABLE.
  REQUEST FOR RFQ SHOULD BE EMAIL TO nilesp@eustis.army.mil
  or vis facsimile at (757)878-2904. All quotes are due by 3:30
  pm EST on Wednesday, 30 August 2000. 
EMAILADD: nilesp@eustis.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487203)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
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: R--WRITER/EDITOR
SOL 2000-Q-00182
DUE 090600
POC Victoria Vandermier, Contract Specialist, Phone (770)488-2643,
  Fax (770)488-2670, Email VVandermier@CDC.GOV
DESC: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contemplates
  awarding a purchase order for a writer/editor to produce meeting
  minutes for the permanent record for all advisory committees
  for energy related epidemiologic research. Meetings will be
  held at locations to be determined, but could include various
  DOE nuclear weapons complex sites. The period of performance
  is October 1, 2000 through September 30, 2001 with two option
  years. NO TELEPHONE REQUESTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Written requests
  may be mailed to the address above, faxed to (770) 488-2670
  or 2671 or e-mailed to VBV1@cdc.gov. All requests should cite
  the RFQ No. 2000-Q-00182. This requirement is set-aside for
  small businesses. SIC code is 7338 with a size standard of
  $5 million.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=2000-Q-00182&LocID=2965
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: VVandermier@CDC.GOV
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487214)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: BIA, FMCC, Acquisition Services Program Staff, 201 Third
  Street NW, 3th Floor, Room 330, Albuquerque, NM 87103
SUBJECT: R--PROFESSIONAL ATTESTATION SERVICES
SOL RBK0F000002
POC Ms. Judith Bodo, Contracting Officer, (505) 346-7214; Ms.
  Barbara Borgeson, Techinical Contact, (505) 346-6518 
DESC: 4444 The Bureau of Indian Affairs' (BIA) Office of Facilities
  Management Construction (OFMC), in parternship with the BIA's
  Office of Indian Education Programs(OIEP), requires the professional
  attestation services of a certified public accounting firm
  to conduct an evaluation of the effectivensss of Education
  grant recipients' internal controls over compliance with applicable
  laws, regulatios, rules, and grant requirements. The Grant
  recipients are located throughout the United States. This contract
  will be an Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC). The contract
  shall be for an initial period of one year and contain options
  for four annual renewals. Work will be accomplished in the
  form of task orders issued against the contract. This procurement
  is limited to certified public accounting firms who are qualified
  as 51% Indian-owned and controlled firms as defined by the
  "Buy Indian Act", (25 USC 47, and 20 BIAM 2.1. The Native-American
  contractor is required to perform at least 51% of the contract
  work with its own employees before subcontracting with other
  firms. Firms responding to this announcement shall be in full
  compliance with licensing requirements and shall be currently
  permitted to practice the profession of accounting in the state
  of residency. Firms repsonding as a Joint-Venture must be at
  least 51% Indian owned and controlled. Each joint venture entity
  must be at least 51% Indian owned and controlled.   Section
  7(b) of Public Law 93-628 (25 USC 450e) and (48 USC 1404.7002)
  requires that preference opportunities in employment and training
  be given to Indian/Alaska Native individuals and that preference
  in the award of subcontrcts be given to Indian/Alaska Native
  economic enterprises. Firms interested in receiving a copy
  of the Request for Proposals (RFP) must submit a written request
  by Close of Business (COB) Friday, Septmber 1, 2000. Close
  of Business is 4:30 P.M.,(Mountain Daylight Time). 
LINKURL: http://.usa.gov/procurement/index.html 
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487263)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Agency for International Development, M/OP/A/FAO,
  Office of Procurement, Room 7.10-050, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue,
  NW, Washington, DC 20523-7101
SUBJECT: R--ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL M/OP-00-1720
DUE 100600
POC Charles Mosby, Tel: 202-712-0832, Fax: 202-216-3052, E-mail:
  cmosby@usaid.gov Contracting Officer, Lisa M. Maass, Tel: 202-712-5565
DESC: The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) anticipates
  award of a Cost Plus Fixed Fee type contract with a three year
  base period and two one year option periods for technical and
  administrative support services as well as conference, retreat,
  and meeting/workshop support for USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian
  Response. USAID intends to promote competition for this contract
  as a total small business set aside as governed by Federal
  Acquisition Regulation Part 19.5. The Standard Industrial Classification
  code for this procurement is 8742. Subcontracting with small
  business concerns: While there are no established requirements
  for small businesses to neither submit subcontracting plans
  nor subcontract with other small businesses, all offerors are
  encouraged to include the participation through subcontracting
  agreements, to the maximum extent possible, of U.S. entities
  that are qualified as "small business," "small disadvantaged
  business," and "women-owned small business" concerns. To help
  identify potential subcontractors, a list of all organizations
  requesting a copy of the RFP will be attached to each RFP.
  Offerors wanting inclusion on the bidder's list should submit
  their requests, in writing, by snail mail or e-mail to Charles
  Mosby (cmosby@usaid.gov). All organizations must indicate whether
  they are identified as small business, small disadvantaged
  business, or women-owned small business under SIC code 8742
  so that their status may be indicated on the list. Those small
  business, small disadvantaged business, or women-owned small
  business concerns under SIC code 8742 currently participating
  in the Small Business Administration's 8(a) program are especially
  encouraged to be designated as such when seeking inclusion
  on the bidder's list. Necessarily, the list will contain the
  names of only those organizations known prior to issuance of
  the solicitation document. By providing the list, USAID does
  not endorse the listed organizations as being capable of carrying
  out the activity, nor does USAID verify the claimed status
  of the organizations. On or about fifteen (15) days from the
  date of this synopsis, USAID anticipates publishing a Request
  for Proposal (RFP) resulting from this requirement on the USAID
  web site at www.usaid.gov. Select "Business and Procurement"
  then "USAID Procurements." On the following screen, select
  "Download Available USAID Solicitations." The RFP will be entitled
  "BHR Program Support" and identified as "RFP Number M/OP-00-1720."
  It is the responsibility of the recipient of this solicitation
  document to ensure that it has been received form INTERNET
  in its entirety and USAID bears no responsibility for data
  errors resulting from transmission or conversion processes.
  Potential offerors are requested to notify Charles Mosby via
  facsimile at (202)216-3052, or by e-mail, of their receipt
  of the RFP (please provide company name, address, and phone
  number), in order for USAID to ensure offeror's receipt of
  amendments or supplements to the solicitation. If you are unable
  to download this RFP via the internet, contact Charles Mosby
  as noted above with your request for a 3.5" microdisk copy
  of the solicitation. Be sure to include your return address
  on your request. No hard copies of the solicitation will be
  available, nor will phone or fax requests for the RFP be accepted.
  Requests not conforming to this requirement will not be honored.
  Only one request for the RFP per organization will be honored.
  Offerors are advised that all other pertinent and necessary
  information regarding this potential procurement, including
  deadlines both for submission of questions and for submission
  of proposals, will be included in the cover letter of the RFP.

LINKURL: http://www.info.usaid.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: cmosby@usaid.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487302)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--PORCELAIN INTEPRETIVE EXHIBITS AND SIGNAGE
SOL 10181-0-P003(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a Bid
  package fax your request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or
  e-mail the Contracting Officer at the address within this ad.
DESC: Requests for Proposals for Design, Fabrication, and delivery
  of Porcelain Enamel Exhibits and related signage for the US
  FWS in the state of CA, HI, OR, WA, NV, and ID. This indefinate
  quantity contract(IQC) is for the period of one base year with
  4 one year options to renew. More than one IQC contract is
  anticipated to be awarded. The Government may award oon the
  basis of inital offers with no further discussions. This is
  a best value, past performance RFP. The total annual amount
  will not exceed $150,000. This is a total 100% total small
  business set-aside.
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487314)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Army Research Office, AMSSB-ACR, P.O.Box 12211,
  Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2211
SUBJECT: R--SCANNING SERVICES
SOL DAAD19-00-T-0002
DUE 082800
POC Lida Barton, Contract Specialist, Phone 919-549-4266, FAX
  191-549-4388, E-mail barton@arl.aro.army.mil
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This is a Request for Quotation (RFQ), Solicitation
  No. DAAD19-00-T-0002. The solicitation document, incorporated
  provisions, and clauses are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular 97-19. This acquisition is 100% set aside
  for small business concerns, utilizing the Size Standards referenced
  in FAR Part 19. The Standard Industrial Code (SIC) is 7389
  with a Small Business Size Standard of $5.0 million. The contractor
  shall furnish all labor, equipment, and facilities necessary
  to scan, index, and convert 450 hard-copy files to PDF format.
  The U.S. Army Research Office (ARO) Information Control and
  Analysis (ICA) Office currently maintains hard-copy records
  related to proposals received and resulting research agreements,
  contracts and cooperative agreements awarded or administered
  by the organization. The 450 files required to be scanned amount
  to 350,000 images and 4,500 indexes. Each file will require
  3 index points. The first index point is a maximum of 5 digits,
  the second index is a maximum of 13 characters, and the third
  index is a maximum of 22 characters. Each hard-copy file may
  have up to 10 document (section) types. Each section is a composite
  of multiple documents. For each hard-copy file, the first two
  index points will remain the same and the third will identify
  the section. Each section must be scanned and converted to
  a single PDF file, except when a section exceeds 2000 pages.
  When a section exceeds 2000 pages, multiple PDF files will
  be required and indexing will be repetitive. ARO will provide
  to the contractor a text file containing the first two index
  points. The contractor must provide a text file containing
  an import set describing each PDF file. The contractor will
  develop unique PDF file names to identify the scanned documents.
  The import set will consist of Proposal Number, Contract Number,
  Section, and PDF File Name as shown in the following example
  that identifies all possible indexes for one file:  "30865","DAAH0493G0027","AGREEMENTS","AROV0001.PDF"
   "30865","DAAH0493G0027","ACRN","AROV0002.PDF" "30865","DAAH0493G0027","EVALUATIONS","AROV0003.PDF"
   "30865","DAAH0493G0027","FISCAL","AROV0004.PDF" "30865","DAAH0493G0027","CLOSEOUTS","AROV0005.PDF"
   "30865","DAAH0493G0027","GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE","AROV0006.PDF"
   "30865","DAAH0493G0027","INVENTION & PATENTS","AROV0007.PDF"
   "30865","DAAH0493G0027","PROPERTY","AROV0008.PDF" "30865","DAAH0493G0027","PROGRESS
  REPORTS","AROV0009.PDF" "30865","DAAH0493G0027","TECHNICAL
  REPORTS","AROV0010.PDF"  Contractor Requirements: 1. Prepare
  and deliver to ARO lead sheets for each section of document
  packets to be scanned based on a text file of proposal numbers
  and contract numbers. 2. Pick up files to be scanned from ARO,
  Research Triangle Park, NC. 3. Scan, straighten, and de-speckle
  images, insuring that all pages are topside up. 6. Write PDFs
  and the text file containing the import set as specified above
  to ARO on a CD. 7. Deliver the CD and the scanned files to
  ARO, Research Triangle Park, NC within one-week from date of
  pick-up. 8. Provide high quality, easily readable scanned images.
  9. Insure PDF files and the associated import set meets the
  specifications required for importing into DOCS OPEN. 10. Insure
  that a PDF file contains only one "Section." Multiple PDF files
  must be created when a single section exceeds 2000 pages. Sections
  that are broken into multiple PDF files must be broken between
  documents. 11. Insure that hard-copy files are maintained in
  a safe and clean environment. Files must be under the physical
  control of the contractor at all times. Files contain proprietary
  information which shall not be disclosed to outside parties.
  The contractor and employees shall be required to execute Nondisclosure
  Agreements. 12. Be capable of processing no less than 16,000
  pages per week. ARO will perform a 100% review of the scanned
  documents. Clauses and Provisions: The following FAR and DFARS
  clauses and provisions apply to this requirement and can be
  viewed through Internet access at http://farsite.hill.af.mil:
  FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (Mar
  00); FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items (Feb 00); FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items (May 99); FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Jul 00); as do the following FAR clauses cited therein:
  FAR 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 99);
  FAR 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity (Feb 99); FAR 52.222-35 Affirmative
  Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era
  (Apr 98); FAR 52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with
  Disabilities (Jun 98); FAR 52.222-37 Employment Reports on
  Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (Jan 99);
  FAR 52.222-41 Service Contract Act of 1965, as Amended (May
  89); FAR 52.222-42 Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal
  Hires (May 89) - (General Clerk, $10.61 per hour plus 26% fringe
  benefits); FAR 52.222-44 Fair Labor Standards Act and Service
  Contract Act-Price Adjustment (May 89); DFARS 252.212-7001
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial
  Items (Sep 99); DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance
  of Payments Program (Mar 98); DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contractor Registration (Mar 98). The following factors shall
  be used to evaluate offers: technical capability, past performance,
  and price. The Government will make an award to the responsible
  offeror whose offer conforms to the requirements and is considered
  technically acceptable, considering price and past performance.
  Only those offerors determined to be technically acceptable
  will be considered further for award. Award shall be made to
  the offeror whose offer represents the best value to the government.
  Test samples shall be required prior to award. Offerors must
  submit (1) technical proposal describing procedures for accomplishing
  the work; (2) information on past performance to include recent
  and relevant contracts for the same or similar items and other
  references (include contract numbers, points of contact, telephone
  numbers); (3) total proposed price; and (4) completed 52.212-3,
  Offerors Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items
  (may be copied from internet site above). Quotations must be
  transmitted electronically by August 28, 2000 to the following
  e-mail address: barton@arl.aro.army.mil. The e-mail subject
  line should contain the following: DAAD19-00-T-0002. Contractors
  must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  prior to receiving any contract award. You may register in
  the CCR by calling 1-888-227-2423 or via the Internet at http://www.ccr2000.com.
  POC: Lida Barton, Contract Specialist, (919) 549-4266.  

EMAILADD: barton@arl.aro.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487315)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--INTEPRETIVE EXHIBITS AND SIGNAGE
SOL 10181-0-P005(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a Bid
  package fax your request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or
  e-mail the Contracting Officer at the address within this ad.
DESC: Requests for Proposals for Design, Fabrication, and delivery
  of Exhibits and related signage for the US FWS in the state
  of CA, HI, OR, WA, NV, and ID. This indefinate quantity contract(IQC)
  is for the period of one base year with 4 one year options
  to renew. More than one IQC contract is anticipated to be awarded.
  The Government may award oon the basis of inital offers with
  no further discussions. This is a best value, past performance
  RFP. The total annual amount will not exceed $150,000. This
  is a total 100% total small business set-aside.
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487316)

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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,
  HQ AIA, HQ AIA/668-LS/ILC, 251 Kirknewton, Bldg 2088, Kelly
  AFB, TX, 78243-7034
SUBJECT: R--PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT TO 690 IOG
SOL F41621-01-R-0001
DUE 091500
POC William Kaufman, Contract Specialist, Phone 2109772821, Fax
  2109772980, Email william.kaufman@kelly.af.mil
DESC: The Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) wishes to acquire Program
  Management and Technical support to 690 IOG for studies and
  analysis, process and metrics analysis, planning, systems development,
  systems usage, future technology evaluations, software project
  management, and operations of existing and newly acquired communications
  and computer systems at AIA. Place of Performance is HQ AIA,
  San Antonio TX. Offerors are also required to provide the unit
  and extended prices for the following items. 0001, Labor (Basic
  Period of Performance) (From 1 Oct 00 through 30 Sep 01), 0001AA
  Senior Business Process Reengineering Specialist (Project Manager),
  2,000 Hrs, 0001AB Systems Engineer, 2,000 Hrs, 0002 Data, 1001,
  Labor (Option Period of Performance) (From 1 Oct 01 through
  30 Sep 02), 1001AA Senior Business Process Reengineering Specialist
  (Project Manager), 2,000 Hrs, 1001AB Systems Engineer, 2,000
  Hrs, 1002 Data. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
  for this acquisition is 7373, $18M. For the actual performance
  of this contract, TS/SCI clearances are required. FAR 252.204-7004,
  REQUIRED CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION (MAR 98) APPLIES.
  AWARDS CANNOT BE MADE TO CONTRACTORS WHO ARE NOT REGISTERED
  IN THE CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION AT TIME OF AWARD. The
  following Commerce Business Daily numbered notes apply: 22,
  26. The proposed contract action is for supplies or services
  for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1. The source is
  Adtech Systems, 16500 San Pedro Ave, Suite 245, San Antonio
  TX 78232-2241. OFFERS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN 15 Sep 2000 at
  HQ AIA/LGCKB, Attn: Bill Kaufman, 251 Kirknewton St, Suite
  1, San Antonio TX 78243-7034. FAX your quote to (210) 977-2980
  or 3945, attn: Bill Kaufman. If you have any questions call
  Bill Kaufman at (210) 977-2821 ext 9007. E-mail address:
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F41621-01-R-0001&LocID=1243
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: william.kaufman@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487321)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATIONS
SOL 10181-1-P005(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a Bid
  package fax your request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or
  e-mail the Contracting Officer at the address within this ad.
DESC: Requests for Proposals for Design, Fabrication, and delivery
  of Exhibits and related signage for the US FWS in the state
  of CA, HI, OR, WA, NV, and ID. This indefinate quantity contract(IQC)
  is for the period of one base year with 4 one year options
  to renew. More than one IQC contract is anticipated to be awarded.
  The Government may award oon the basis of inital offers with
  no further discussions. This is a best value, past performance
  RFP. The total annual amount will not exceed $150,000. This
  is a total 100% total small business set-aside.
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487322)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATIONS
SOL 10181-1-P003(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a Bid
  package fax your request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or
  e-mail the Contracting Officer at the address within this ad.
DESC: Requests for Proposals for Design, Fabrication, and delivery
  of Porcelain Exhibits and related signage for the US FWS in
  the state of CA, HI, OR, WA, NV, and ID. This indefinate quantity
  contract(IQC) is for the period of one base year with 4 one
  year options to renew. More than one IQC contract is anticipated
  to be awarded. The Government may award oon the basis of inital
  offers with no further discussions. This is a best value, past
  performance RFP. The total annual amount will not exceed $150,000.
  This is a total 100% total small business set-aside.
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487324)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--INTERPRETIVE EXHIBITS AND SIGNAGE
SOL 10181-0-P005(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package Fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259
DESC: Please MODIFY THE SOLICITATION NUMBER TO 10181-1-P005(VR)

EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487329)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: R--PORCELAIN INTERPRETIVE EXHIBITS AND SIGNAGE
SOL 10181-0-P003(VR)
DUE 101100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package Fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259
DESC: Please MODIFY THE SOLICITATION NUMBER TO 10181-1-P003(VR)

EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Officer
CITE: (W-230 SN487330)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA),
  = Department of Procurement, 600 Fifth Street, NW, Washington,
  DC 20001
SUBJECT: R--CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE CHANGE
  = (EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST).
SOL EOI C-10269/MJ
DUE 091300
POC Milton W. Jetter, Contract Administrator, fax 202/962-1228,
  = e-mail mjetter@wmata.com.
DESC: The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
  is = seeking to identify qualified firms interested in providing
  consulting = services for the development of a program action
  plan that is designed = to generate beneficial cultural changes
  within the WMATA organization. = WMATA is contemplating the
  initiation of a "Best Value" procurement = for these services.
  Responses to this Expression of Interest (EOI) = will be used
  for the purpose of developing a solicitation list of = prospective
  proposers. WMATA IS EXCLUSIVELY SEEKING FIRMS THAT CAN DEMONSTRATE
  THAT THEY = HAVE SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPED AND IMPLEMENTED ORGANIZATIONAL
  CULTURE = CHANGE PROGRAMS FOR SEVERAL LARGE ORGANIZATIONS (
  WITH AN EMPHASIS ON = GOVERNMENTAL, AND FEDERAL GRANTEE TYPE
  ORGANIZATIONS). To obtain a copy of the Scope of Work and updates
  for this procurement, = please visit the WMATA Web Site Home
  Page at www.wmata.com, PATH: = Click On: CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES
  (From menu on the left side of the = page-near bottom). Click
  On: SOLICITATION SEARCH (From center menu). = Enter C-10269/MJ
  in Solicitation ID Box. Click On: SEARCH (At bottom = of page).
  Click On: C-10269/MJ (Left Column). Questions concerning =
  this request should be submitted in writing to Milton W. Jetter
  at the = address listed below or e-mail to mjetter@wmata.com
  by August 29, 2000. = Interested firms should submit 1 original
  and 6 copies of their = expression of interest, which outlines
  their experience in performing = this work, no later than 2:00
  PM on September 13, 2000.
EMAILADD: Office of Procurement, Room 3F-17, 600 Fifth Street,
  NW, = Washington, DC 20001.
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487332)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Contracting
  Officer (9-90C), 3601 S. 6th Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85723
SUBJECT: R--SURVEY DATA COLLECTION AND MANAGEMENT
SOL 678-75-00
DUE 090700
POC Richard Trevino, Contracting Officer (520) 629-4619
DESC: The due date for receipt of offers has been extended until
  4:30PM (local time) on September 7, 2000. Further clarifications
  and questions/answers are forthcoming and will be posted as
  an amendment to the original CBD notice.
EMAILADD: Richard.Trevino2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487336)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia, 700 Robbins Ave.,
  Bldg. = 2B,=20 Philadelphia, PA 19111-5083
SUBJECT: R--LOGISTICS SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL NOO140-00-Q-4210
DUE 091800
POC Point of Contact - Patricia Campbell, Contract Specialist,
  215-697-9688, B. Excell, Contracting Officer, 215-697-9682
DESC: The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC) Norfolk Detachment=20
  Philadelphia intends to acquire Life Cycle support services
  for the = E-2C and=20 C-2A series aircraft. The services for
  this acquisition will include=20 engineering, technical, procurement,
  logistics, test, inspection, = calibration,=20 repair, maintenance,
  equipment upgrade installation, configuration = management,=20
  and other services required to resolve problems and issues
  which = develop on=20 these aircraft. No property or equipment
  will be provided by the = Government. =20 This procurement
  is a sole source acquisition with Northrop Grumman=20 Corporation,
  Field Support Services, Inc, NAS Cecil Field, Building = 900,
  P.O.=20 Box 150789, Jacksonville, FL 32215, under the authority
  of FAR 6.302-1. = =20 Northrop Grumman Corporation is the only
  known provider of these = services at=20 this time. THIS NOTICE
  OF INTENT IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE = PROPOSALS. =20
  Services are anticipated to be provided for a basic period
  of 1 year = with 4=20 one-year options. A time and material
  contract will be awarded as a = result of=20 this quotation.
  Interested parties may identify their interests and = technical=20
  capability to respond to this requirement and may submit information
  = which=20 shall be considered by FISC Norfolk DET Philadelphia.
  Any responses to = this=20 synopsis should be sent to the attention
  of P. Campbell, (Code 02P32X) = and=20 reference N00140-00-Q-4210.
EMAILADD: synopsis@phil.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487350)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: USAED, Sacramento, Corps of Engineers, Contracting Division,
  1325 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814-2922
SUBJECT: R--SECURITY CONSULTANT SERVICES
DUE 081700
POC Judith E. Grant (916) 557-5244
DESC: Previous Submission No. 487326, August 17, 2000 CANCELLED

CITE: (W-230 SN487352)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: USASOC, DCOFS Acquistion And Contracting, Bldg. E-2929,
  Fort Bragg, NC 28310
SUBJECT: R--PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL USZA92-00-R-0008
DUE 092600
POC Jane H. Sutherlin, Contracting Officer, 910/432-2146
DESC: This is a notice of intent to issue a sole source contract
  with Special Psychological Applications Corp, Southern Pines,
  NC to provide assessment and professional development services
  for US Army Special Operations Command and its subordinate
  units during the period 1 October 2000 through 30 September
  2001 with one year option period. The Contractor will be responsible
  for assisting the Psychological Applications Directorate by
  providing psychological assessment and selection support for
  Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, the Special Forces
  Assessment and Selection; 160th Special Operations Aviation
  assessment and/or Ranger 360 LEAD professional development
  support. Offerors who can furnish the required services, may
  submit, in writing, a proposal substantiated by technical information,
  pricing and Past Performance indicating capability to perform
  this task and satisfactory performance on similar projects.
  All responses must be received within not later than 26 September
  2000. All responses from responsible sources submitting the
  required information will be fully considered. As a result
  of analyzing responses to this synopsis of intent, the Contracting
  Officer may determine that a solicitation will be issued. If
  a solicitation is issued, no additional synopsis will be published.
  Any such solicitation will be issued to the intended vendor
  and all firms that respond to this synopsis of intent. A request
  for solicitation will not be considered and an adequate response
  to the synopsis, but, if a solicitation is issued a copy will
  be provided to such requestor. No contract award will be made
  on the basis of any responses to this notice.*****
EMAILADD: sutherlj@soc.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  address
CITE: (W-230 SN487383)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: The Library Of Congress, Contracts And Logistics Service,
  FEDLINK Section, 101 Independence Avenue, SE Washington, DC
  20540-9410
SUBJECT: R--FEDLINK INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SOL AAFE/JN
POC Charles Wilson, Contract Administrator
DESC: The Library of Congress intends to issue a delivery order
  modification against an existing Basic Ordering Agreement to
  allow additional services of a current subscription with Jane's
  Information Group, by the Air Force, Headquarters Europe, HQ
  USAFE/SVPLC, Unit 3050, Box 30, APO AE 09094-1651 (AAFE). Jane's
  Information Group is providing The Jane's CD-ROMs. The CD's
  offered are: Jane's Defense Library-a group of 23 titles that
  deal with air, naval and land military hardware (Jane's Fighting
  Ship's, Jane's All the World's Aircraft); Jane's Transportation
  Library, a group of 14 titles that focus on civil transportation
  issues (Jane's Merchant Ships and Jane's World Railroads);
  Jane's Geo-Political Library- a group of 27 titles that includes
  the Sentinel country study reports and order of battle databases;
  Jane's Market Intelligence Library - a group of 13 titles including
  special reports (ABC Aerospace Directory, International Defense
  Directory and Space Directory), these special reports provide
  demand side information and a discussion of various market
  trends; Defense Magazines- a group of 7 of Jane's news and
  issue oriented publications such as Jane's Defense Weekly,
  International Defense Review, Jane's intelligence Review and
  others. Service will be continued through September 30, 2000.
  Written responses should include prices and technical data
  sufficient to determine capability. No telephone calls will
  be accepted. NO AWARD WILL BE BASED ON ANY OFFER OR PROPOSAL
  RECEIVED IN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE. NO SOLICITATION DOCUMENT
  EXISTS. (See Note 22). REF: AAFE/JN. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487394)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Office Of Personnel Management, 1900 E Street, NW.,
  Room 1342, Washington, DC 20415
SUBJECT: R--CALL CENTER
SOL OPM-00-RFP-01037DHH
DUE 092900
POC Denise Haizlip Harrod, 202-606-4116
DESC: R -- The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) intends to
  award a contract to provide telephone support services for
  the Retirement Information Office. The contractor shall perform
  the following services and functions to include (but not limited
  to) establish and staff a call center to handle overflow telephone
  calls estimated at 22,000 to 25,000 calls per month with an
  average speed of an answer of five seconds or less and an average
  talk time of 3.5 minutes or less. The contractor shall process
  a wide range of actions as they relate to annuitants and survivors
  covered under the Civil Service Retirement and Federal Employees
  Retirement Systems. Additionally, any contract awarded would
  include a requirement for the contractor to handle about 100,000
  calls per month on an emergency basis should the RIS telephone
  equipment become non-operational in the event of a disaster.
  The base contract period will be for one year, with four additional
  option years. Solicitation OPM-RFP-00-01037DHH is expected
  to be released approximately 15 days after publication of this
  notice and will close 30 days after release. This is a 100%
  Small Business Set-aside. SIC for this requirement is 7375,
  Information Retrieval Services, with annual average sales of
  $18 million. No telephone requests for the solicitation will
  be accepted. Requests for the solicitation may be mailed to
  the above address or faxed to 202-606-1464. It may also be
  downloaded from the OPM home page at http://www.opm.gov/procure.
  If you download the RFP, please send an electronic mail message
  to dhharrod@opm.gov containing your company's name and address.
  This will insure that you receive copies of any amendments
  issued to the RFP. 
LINKURL: http://www.opm.gov/procure
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: dhharrod@opm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487396)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: The Library Of Congress, Contracts And Logistics Service,
  FEDLINK Section, 101 Independence Avenue, SE Washington, DC
  20540-9410
SUBJECT: R--FEDLINK INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SOL ARLV/JN
POC Charles Wilson, Contract Administrator
DESC: The Library of Congress intends to issue a delivery order
  modification against an existing Basic Ordering Agreement to
  allow additional services of a current subscription with Jane's
  Information Group, by the Army, Pentagon Library, Systems and
  Management Services, Washington, DC (ARLV). Jane's Information
  Group is providing The Jane's CD-ROMs. The CD's offered are:
  Jane's Defense Library-a group of 23 titles that deal with
  air, naval and land military hardware (Jane's Fighting Ship's,
  Jane's All the World's Aircraft); Jane's Transportation Library,
  a group of 14 titles that focus on civil transportation issues
  (Jane's Merchant Ships and Jane's World Railroads); Jane's
  Geo-Political Library- a group of 27 titles that includes the
  Sentinel country study reports and order of battle databases;
  Jane's Market Intelligence Library - a group of 13 titles including
  special reports (ABC Aerospace Directory, International Defense
  Directory and Space Directory), these special reports provide
  demand side information and a discussion of various market
  trends; Defense Magazines- a group of 7 of Jane's news and
  issue oriented publications such as Jane's Defense Weekly,
  International Defense Review, Jane's intelligence Review and
  others. Service will be continued through September 30, 2000.
  Written responses should include prices and technical data
  sufficient to determine capability. No telephone calls will
  be accepted. NO AWARD WILL BE BASED ON ANY OFFER OR PROPOSAL
  RECEIVED IN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE. NO SOLICITATION DOCUMENT
  EXISTS. (See Note 22). REF: ARLV/JN. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487397)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service,
  6009 Oxon Hill Road, Suite 700, ATTN: M:P, Oxon Hill, MD 20745
SUBJECT: R--PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  SERVICES
SOL TIRNO-00-Q-A1A71
DUE 082400
POC Sharlene Hagans, Contract Specialist, (202) 283-1471, email:
  Sharlene.A.Hagans@irs.gov
DESC: The Internal Revenue Service has a requirement for an individual
  to provide services as an Executive Tax Administration, Vision
  and Strategy (TAVS) consultant for one of the four process
  teams: Pre-Filing, Filing, Filing & Payment and Reporting Compliance
  within the Program Director Offices (PDO). The Executive TAVS
  consultant shall work in partnership with Booz, Allen & Hamilton
  (BAH) and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) to apply standard
  Enterprise Life Cycle (ELC) work processes, produce quality
  ELC products, and oversee successful development of ELC milestone
  artifacts. The Executive TAVS consultant shall be responsible
  for (1) Evaluating the team deliverables and providing written
  comments as necessary; (2) Ensuring compliance with ELC format
  and content; (3) Ensuring content and quality of the deliverables
  (adequacy, completeness, consistency, correctness); (4) Ensuring
  consistency with technical work plans and deliverables; (5)
  Attend and/or present executive briefings; and (6) Attend executive
  level and contractors meetings. The consultant shall possess
  extensive executive-level knowledge and experience in the following
  area: administering the federal tax laws; the IRS business
  systems and processes at the district level with a full understanding
  of collection and examination process as it relates to or affects
  small business taxpayers; and the approach being used by the
  IRS in the Organization Modernization effort. The contractor
  shall work primarily in the greater Washington, DC Metropolitan
  area. Primary post of duty will be Riverdale, MD 20737. Period
  of performance shall be date of award through  December 22,
  2000. All responsible sources who can provide the above requirements
  shall submit written quotations no later than 7 days from published
  date of this announcement. No solicitations will be issued,
  therefore such requests for solicitations will be considered
  non responsive. This requirement is 100% set-aside for small
  business concerns. Evaluation/award will be based on price
  and other factors. All quotes shall include price(s); FOB point;
  a POC (name and telephone number); GSA contract number if applicable;
  business size and payment terms. Quotes over 10 pages in total
  will not be accepted by facsimile. All questions must be submitted
  in writing and received by facsimile (202) 283-1511, mail or
  email Sharlene.A.Hagans@irs.gov. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487425)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 355
  CONS, 3180 S Craycroft Rd, Davis Monthan AFB, AZ, 85707-3522
SUBJECT: R--AMARC SUPPLY SERVICE
SOL Reference-Number-F02601-00-CA001
DUE 091600
POC Carlos Acosta, Contract Specialist, Phone 520-228-3873, Fax
  520-228-5284, Email carlos.acosta@dm.af.mil - Douglas Crowley,
  Contract Administrator, Phone 520-228-2217, Fax 520-228-2217,
  Email
DESC: THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT ONLY. THERE IS NO
  SOLICITATION AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. The 355th Contracting
  Squadron/LGCB is conducting market research to seek qualified
  sources capable of providing complete services of the Supply
  functions for the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center,
  to be referred as AMARC from this point forward. The contractor
  shall manage commercially and non-commercially available supplies
  and equipment for AMARC. Supply Operations will manage usage
  of supplies that contain hazardous materials and equipment
  that is reportable in the Air Force Equipment Management System.
  Supply Operations are responsible for the utilization and operation
  of standard AF information systems IAW AF instructions. Also
  supply operations will provide contingency and related services.
  Unless otherwise and specifically indicated, the service provider
  shall provide Supply Operations described in the Performance
  Work Statement (PWS). All sources capable of providing this
  service are being sought. THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT
  ONLY. Any information provided is submitted voluntarily. The
  government will not pay for any information submitted in response
  to this SOURCES SOUGHT request. Interested businesses are required
  to submit their written statement of interest and capabilities
  to the 355th Contracting Squadron/LGCB, Attn: TSgt Carlos Acosta,
  3180 S Craycroft Rd, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85707-3522.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=R&ProjID=Reference-Number-F02601-00-CA001&LocID=882
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: carlos.acosta@dm.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486985)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: USAED, Sacramento, Corps of Engineers, Contracting Division,
  1325 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814-2922
SUBJECT: R--SECURITY CONSULTANT SERVICES
DUE 081700
POC Judith E. Grant, (916) 557-5244
DESC: The Sacramento District Corps of Engineers proposes to
  issue a sole source purchase order under $25,000 for the services
  of a security consultant to assist in evaluating proposed physical
  plant and operational solutions (developed by others) for deterring
  illegal drug traffickers and illegal immigrants from using
  underground storm drainage tunnels that span the border between
  United States and Mexico. The security consultant services
  are for evaluating law enforcement interdiction procedures,
  anti-terrorism, law enforcement security procedures, recommended
  deterrents from a functionality and injury prevention point
  of view for the proposed physical plant and operational solutions
  and provide recommendations accordingly. The required qualifications
  of the security consultant include practical experience in
  international politics including U.S. foreign strategy and
  policy. The required experience consists of consulting efforts
  that involve U.S. officer safety and security and the political
  nuances of armed interdiction that may involve the use of the
  minimum acceptable force against foreign nationals.
CITE: (W-230 SN487326)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  30CONS, Bldg 7015, STE 2D, 806 13th Street, Vandenberg AFB,
  CA, 93437-5226
SUBJECT: S--HIGH POWERED LIGHTING OF LAUNCH VEHICLE
SOL F04684-00-QB679
DUE 083100
POC Roberta Halls, Contracting Officer, Phone (805)605-0488,
  Fax (805) 922-1703, Email Roberta.Halls@vandenberg.af.mil -
  Pat Ryun, Contracting Officer, Phone COMM 805.606.6966, Fax
  COMM 805.922.1703, Email
DESC: The 30th Space Wing, Vandenberg AFB, CA, is soliciting
  offers for high powered lighting in support of an upcoming
  launch. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented
  with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  constitutes as the only solicitation; proposals are now being
  requested and a written solicitation other than this notice
  will not be issued. The solicitation number is F04684-00-QB679,
  issued as a request for quotation. The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through FAR Circular 97-18. This is being issued as full and
  open competition. The contractor shall provide all management,
  tools, equipment and labor necessary to supply high power lighting
  services in a manner that will meet minimum specified requirements.
  Lighting is required to illuminate the entire outside surface
  of the Launch Vehicle 360 degrees to 400-foot candles minimum,
  for a minimum period of four consecutive hours. Contractor
  will need to setup five days prior to scheduled launch and
  conduct a test of lighting system. The test will be used to
  verify remote operability and to focus lights. Tests need to
  be conducted on a noninterference basis to launch pad activities.
  The contractor will have three locations to position their
  lights/equipment, as indicated below. SLC-4 West: Titan II,
  130 feet tall and 10 feet in diameter: 1st location is approximately
  660 feet from launch vehicle 2nd location is approximately
  800 feet from launch vehicle 3rd location is approximately
  1300 feet from launch vehicle The Government will determine
  final lighting positions. Generators that operate the equipment
  will need to operate continuously for a minimum of 4 hours;
  there is no commercial power available and contractors are
  required to supply all fuel. Contractor will need to provide
  statewide portable equipment registration certificates to the
  Government for all generators brought to Vandenberg AFB. Generator
  run times and fuel usage need to be reported to Government
  personnel after every use. The launch may or may not go as
  scheduled. The contractor shall be available to operate equipment
  until a successful launch; this could be from 24 hours to several
  weeks. Equipment can be stored on site in between launch attempts,
  but the equipment needs to be moved to a lay down area outside
  of SLC-4 fence. The Government is not responsible for rodent
  or weather damage. Using a remote transmitter, lights need
  to be turned on and off remotely from 4 miles away at a fallback
  area. Due to hilly terrain, a repeater may also be required.
  The frequency used for the remote transmitter equipment will
  need to be approved by the Government prior to use. A frequency
  of 2.4 GHz has worked in the past. Offerers shall submit the
  following information with their proposal: 1. The quantity
  and model number of lights that are going to be used at each
  location. 2. The data/specification sheets that show the Beam
  Spread, Beam Lumens and Avg. Candle Power setting. 3. The number,
  size, location, make and model number of the Generators that
  will be used. 4. The quantity, location, manufacturer and model
  numbers of the antennas, transmitters and receivers. 5. The
  labor required for set-up, tear-down, test operation and day
  of launch operation. 6. A rough schedule showing set-up, test
  run, day of launch and tear-down plans for the lights. The
  contractor shall be available to perform the services 5 hours
  before specified launch window and remain for duration of launch
  window or until launch occurs, whichever happens first. Launch
  windows may vary from several minutes to several hours. The
  contractor needs to be on the Entry Authorization Listing to
  access South Vandenberg AFB, and must be escorted while on
  the space launch complex. The estimated launch date is 14 Sep
  00. If the contractor is notified of a delay prior to the required
  five day set-up & testing period no additional costs will be
  incurred. There will be one basic line item, with two optional
  line items for delays that may occur while the contractor is
  on site. The first line item will encompass all costs for set-up,
  testing, and lighting for the launch as outlined above. The
  second line item will be an optional line item which will cover
  delays from one (1) day to one (1) week when the contractor
  is notified of the delay while on site. This line item will
  be priced on a daily basis. The third line item will be an
  optional line item which will cover delays over one (1) week.
  This line item will be priced on a weekly basis. There is only
  one launch window per each 24 hours. If the launch is delayed,
  personnel will not be required to remain on-site. The contractor
  may, at his discretion, remove equipment from the launch site.
  However, the contractor would be required to re-focus and retest
  the equipment if it is removed from the site. A site visit
  is scheduled for 28 Aug 00 at 1400 hours. Those wishing to
  attend must contact Roberta Halls (805-605-0488) at least two
  days prior to the scheduled site visit. Quotations must be
  submitted only by written responses due 31 Aug 00. Faxed responses
  can be sent to 805-606-5867 or 805-922-1703. Letter responses
  can be mailed to 30 CONS/LGCB; Attn: Roberta Halls; 806 13th
  Street Suite 2; Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437-5226. All responses
  shall clearly state the solicitation number F04684-00-QB679.
  Oral responses are not acceptable. Each offeror shall sign
  their quote (an original signature will be required). Quote
  validity is for at least 60 days from the date of the quote.
  This service is being procured under, and will be awarded using
  simplified acquisition procedures in accordance with FAR Part
  13. The provisions at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  and 52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Items, apply to this acquisition.
  Offerors must submit a completed copy of the provision at FAR
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items. The following clauses apply to this acquisition: FAR
  52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items; DFAR
  252.212-7000, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items; FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statues or Executive Orders-Commercial Items,
  DFARS 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense
  Acquisition of Commercial Items; FAR 52.217-5 Evalution of
  Options; FAR 52.217-7 Option for Increased Quantity-Separately
  Priced Line Item; FAR 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; FAR 52.222-35, Affirmative
  Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era;
  FAR 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities;
  FAR 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and
  Veterans of the Vietnam Era; FAR 52.232-33; Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration; FAR 52.222-41,
  Service Contract Act of 1965, as Amended, FAR 52.222-42, Statement
  of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires; DFARS 252.204-7004,
  Required Central Contractor Registration; FAR 52.247-34, F.O.B.
  Destination-No shipment involved, work to be accomplished at
  destination.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F04684-00-QB679&LocID=528
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Roberta.Halls@vandenberg.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486961)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Denver Federal Center Service Center (8PD), 6th and
  Kipling Street, Building 44, Denver, CO, 80225
SUBJECT: S--CLEANING OF HVAC DUCTWORK LOCATED AT THE DENVER FEDERAL
  CENTER, DENVER, COLORADO
SOL GS-08P-00-JAA-0117
DUE 082800
POC Kathy Kirwin, Contract Specialist, Phone (303) 236-7174x241,
  Fax (303) 236-5328, Email kathy.kirwin@gsa.gov - Kathy Kirwin,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (303) 236-7174x241, Fax (303) 236-5328,
  Email
DESC: This notice constitutes Amendment No. 0002 to the synopsis
  for cleaning of HVAC ductwork located at the Denver Federal
  Center, Denver, Colorado. Companies shall acknowledge all amendment(s)
  in their offer. This notice is the official amendment to subject
  synopsis/RFP and a written amendment will not be issued. This
  modification is issued to change OFFER/PRICE SCHEDULE. RESPONSE
  DATE FOR OFFERS IS CHANGED TO AUGUST 28, 2000. See attached
  document Amnd0002.doc available on internet site at
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=GS-08P-00-JAA-0117&LocID=2928
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: kathy.kirwin@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486992)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Head, Material Management Department, U.S. Naval Hospital,
  Guam, PSC 490 Box 7717, FPO AP 96538-1600
SUBJECT: S--LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE
SOL N68096-01-Q-A001
POC Charles S. Apelo, Tel: 1.671.344.9457, Fax: 1.671.344.9256
DESC: The U.S. Naval Hospital, Guam has a requirement for a Firm-Fixed
  Price Non-Personal Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service. Contractor
  to provide all tools, parts, labor, materials, facility and
  transportation. This proposed contract action is to be an Indefinite
  Delivery/Indefinite Quantity requirements type contract. The
  base period is one year from 1 Oct 00 through 30 Sep 01, with
  an option to extend the terms of the contract for two additional
  one year period. The service requires daily pick-up and delivery
  with the exception of Sundays and recognized holidays. The
  types of items to be laundered will be specified on the solicitation
  package. This contract will be accomplished using simplified
  acquisition procedures in accordance with Federal Acquisition
  Regulation Parts 12 and 13, and 100% Set Aside to Small Business.
  The Standard Industrial Code is 7218. Interested parties may
  request a copy of Solicitation #N68096-01-Q-A001 via facsimile
  to 1.671.344.9256 approximately 15 days after date of publication.
  All requests must identify the solicitation number, company
  name, mailing address, point of contact, telephone, Fax and
  e-mail number. Only fax requests will be honored. As condition
  of doing business with the Federal Government, all vendors
  must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR),
  at www.ccr2000.com prior to award or offeror will be considered
  ineligible. Funding provided this document is subject to passage
  of FY-01 Appropriation Act/Continuing Resolution.
CITE: (W-230 SN487029)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Head, Material Management Department, U.S. Naval Hospital,
  Guam, PSC 490 Box 7717, FPO AP 96538-1600
SUBJECT: S--LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE
SOL N68096-01-Q-A001
POC Charles S. Apelo, Tel: 1.671.344.9457, Fax: 1.671.344.9256
DESC: The purpose of this announcement is to cancel Solicitation
  #N68096-01-Q-A001 in its entirety. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487030)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Construction Contracting Section,
  320 First Street, NW, Washington, DC 20534
SUBJECT: S--WATER/SEWER SERVICES FOR FCI BENNETTSVILLE, SOUTH
  CAROLINA
SOL RFPX00-414
DUE 090300
POC Verna D. Teat (202) 307-0954
DESC: This notice modifies Sources Sought Submission No. 479061,
  dated July 26, 2000 RFP X00-417, for water utility services
  for FCI Bennettsville, South Carolina, and Submission No. 478132,
  dated July 24, 2000 for sewer utility services for FCI Bennettsville,
  South Carolina. This modification combines water and sewer
  services, requirements. The water and sewer services shall
  be available for testing, with a connection by January 1, 2003.
  Permanent water/sewer service will be required by July 1, 2003.
  The Contractor shall be capable to provide the FCI with sewage
  service to accommodate up to an estimated 98,550,000 gallons
  of sewage on an annual basis, with an estimated average daily
  flow of 270,000 gallons. For the purpose of calculating the
  facility's sewage flow, the contractor may use actual metered
  flows. Unmetered flows shall be billed at 85% of the recorded
  waer consumption. Contractor shall be resonsible for calibrating
  and monitoring the accuracy of the metering equipment. The
  Contractor shall be capable to provide the proposed FCI with
  an estimated 109,500,000 gallons of water on an annual basis,
  with an estimated average daily usage of 300,000 gallons. Water
  shall be delivered to the point(s) of connection with a pressure
  range of 75 psi-120 psi at a flow of 1100 gpm. Fire flow must
  be available for a minimum duration of 90 minutes up to a flow
  of 2,500 gpm. Contractior shall provide at a minimum 5000,000
  gallon water storage facilities for the proposed FCI. Contractors
  capable of supplying water and sewer services for the proposed
  FCI to be located north of the City of Bennettsville, Marlboro
  County, South Carolina, should submit information to the following
  address: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Procurement and Property
  Branch, Construction Contracting Section, 320 First Street,
  N.W., Room 5-006, Washington, D.C. 20534 Attention: Verna D.
  Teat, Contracting Officer  cc: OSDBU 
CITE: (W-230 SN487100)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Construction Contracting Section,
  320 First Street, NW, Washington, DC 20534
SUBJECT: S--WATER/SEWER SERVICES FOR FCI SALTERS, SOUTH CAROLINA
SOL RFPX00-417
DUE 090300
POC Verna D. Teat (202) 307-0954
DESC: This notice modifies Sources Sought Submission No. 479044,
  dated July 26, 2000 RFP X00-417, for water utility services
  for FCI SALTERS, South Carolina, and Submission No. 479074,
  dated July 26, 2000 for sewer utility services for FCI Salters,
  South Carolina. This modification combines water and sewer
  services, requirements. The water and sewer services shall
  be available for testing, with a connection by January 1, 2003.
  Permanent water/sewer service will be required by July 1, 2003.
  The Contractor shall be capable to provide the FCI with sewage
  service to accommodate up to an estimated 98,550,000 gallons
  of sewage on an annual basis, with an estimated average daily
  flow of 270,000 gallons. For the purpose of calculating the
  facility's sewage flow, the contractor may use actual metered
  flows. Unmetered flows shall be billed at 85% of the recorded
  waer consumption. Contractor shall be resonsible for calibrating
  and monitoring the accuracy of the metering equipment. The
  Contractor shall be capable to provide the proposed FCI with
  an estimated 109,500,000 gallons of water on an annual basis,
  with an estimated average daily usage of 300,000 gallons. Water
  shall be delivered to the point(s) of connection with a pressure
  range of 75 psi-120 psi at a flow of 1100 gpm. Fire flow must
  be available for a minimum duration of 90 minutes up to a flow
  of 2,500 gpm. Contractior shall provide at a minimum 5000,000
  gallon water storage facilities for the proposed FCI. Contractors
  capable of supplying water and sewer services for the proposed
  FCI to be located west of the town of Salters, Williamsburg
  County, South Carolina, should submit information to the following
  address: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Procurement and Property
  Branch, Construction Contracting Section, 320 First Street,
  N.W., Room 5-006, Washington, D.C. 20534 Attention: Verna D.
  Teat, Contracting Officer  cc: OSDBU 
CITE: (W-230 SN487105)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, United States Secret Service
  (USSS), Procurement Division, 950 H Street, NW, Suite 6700,
  Washington, DC, 20373-5802
SUBJECT: S--DRYCLEANING AND LAUNDRY SERVICES
SOL USSS000032
DUE 081700
POC Sandy Shin, Contracting Officer, Phone (202) 406-6826, Fax
  (202) 406-6801, Email sshin@usss.treas.gov
DESC: The U.S. Secret Service cancels in its entirety, procurement
  USSS000032 for drycleaning and laundering services. Therefore,
  all interested parties are hereby notified of the cancellation
  of USSS000032.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=USSS000032&LocID=38
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: sshin@usss.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487223)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Western Regional Contracting Office, 9902 Lincoln Street,
  Madigan Army Medical Ctr Annex, Tacoma WA 98431-5000
SUBJECT: S--REMOVE ALGAE AND SEDIMENT FROM COOLING WATER POND
  AREAS, MAMC
SOL DADA13-00-Q-0001
DUE 082100
POC Kathleen Benjamin, 253-968-4914, Contract Specialist
DESC: This amendment notice is to clarify the closing date. The
  closing date remains 21 Aug 00, 4 p.m., as shown on the "Due"
  field. On the previous amendement dated 10 Aug 00, it was inadvertenly
  put in the "Description" field as 17 Aug 00, 4 p.m.
LINKURL: www.mamc.amedd.army.mil/wrco/wrcohome.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kathleen.benjamin@nw.amedd.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487274)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 10 North
  Greene Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
SUBJECT: S--HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES
SOL RFP(B)-147-01
DUE 092600
POC Derek Underwood, 410-605-7153
DESC: Contractor is to provide necessary labor, equipment, and
  materials to dispose of hazardous waste and provide proper
  tracking manifests in accordance with Federal, State and Local
  Laws at the Department of Veterans Affairs Maryland Health
  Care System: Baltimore Division, 10 N.Greene Street, Baltimore,
  MD 21201, Fort Howard Divison, 9600 North Point Road, Fort
  Howard, MD 21052 and Perry Point Division, Perry Point, MD
  21902. Disposal will be peformed on an as needed basis. Service
  will consist of packaging, labeling, transporting, interim
  storage (when necessary) and treatment or disposal of all regulated
  and non-regulated hazardous waste generated at the three facilities.
  Contract will be for a base year plus four option years that
  may be exercised. Solicitation will be available on or before
  September 5, 2000 by WRITTEN request only to: VA Medical Center,
  Attn: Derek Underwood (90C), 10 N. Greene Street, Baltimore,
  MD 21201. No telephonic request will be honored. Interested
  parties may fax response at: 410-605-7909. This is a 100% Small
  Business Set-Aside. SIC Code is 4953 and size standard is $6.0
  million. NAICS Code is 562112 and size standard is $6.0 million.
  Award is subject to availability of funds. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487288)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  (BEP), Office of Procurement, 14th & C. Streets, S.W., Washington,
  DC, 20228
SUBJECT: S--UTILITIES AND HOUSEKEEPING
SOL BEP-00-18N
DUE 090600
POC Karlitta Reese, Contract Specialist, Phone (202)874-3143,
  Fax (202)874-2200, Email karlitta.reese@bep.treas.gov - Pattie
  Ware, Contract Specialist, Phone (202)874-3235, Fax (202)874-2200,
  Email
DESC: This is amendment 001 to solicitation number BEP-00-18.
  The purpose of this amendment is to extend the previous closing
  date of August 7, 2000 for the above-named solicitation (BEP-00-18).
  The revised closing date is September 6, 2000. All other information
  pertaining to the solicitation remains unchanged, and reads
  as follows: Please be advised that there is a PRIMARY Offsite
  Destruction (BEP-00-11) requirement that was posted 03-23-00.
  However, this requirement is for SECONDARY Offsite Destruction
  (BEP-00-18). BEP anticipates awarding a contract with base
  period and four (4) option years. The Standard Industrial Code
  (SIC) is 8999. This procurement is issued as an unrestricted
  solicitation. All interested offerors shall submit their interest
  in writing no later than August 25, 2000. You may direct your
  inquiries to Karlitta H. Reese at the address above or by e-mail
  to karlitta.reese@bep.treas.gov. Each offeror in the competitive
  range will have a preaward survey conducted at their facility
  by BEP personnel.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=BEP-00-18N&LocID=142
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: karlitta.reese@bep.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487312)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
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: S--PRIVATIZATION OF NATURAL GAS AT EGLIN AFB, HURLBURT
  FIELD, AND DUKE FIELD, FLORIDA
SOL F08651-00-R-0088
DUE 091800
POC Tami Hodge, Contract Specialist, Phone 850-882-5072x5246,
  Fax 850-882-4916, Email tami.hodge@eglin.af.mil - Bonnie Hochmuth,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 850-882-9188x5222, Email hochmutb@eglin.af.mil
DESC: Description: This United States Air Force (USAF) Presolicitation
  Notice has identified a requirement based on the Defense Reform
  Initiative Directive (DRID) #49, dated 23 DEC 98 and 10 USC
  2688. which requires all DoD utility systems (electric, water,
  wastewater, and natural gas) to be privatized by 30 Sep 2003,
  except those needed for unique security reasons or when privatization
  is uneconomical. The authority of 10 USC 2688 does not include
  the sale of land associated with the privatization of the utility
  system. Pursuant to this directive, existing natural gas systems
  located at Eglin AFB, including Hurlburt Field and Duke Field,
  FL, which are not already privatized will be included in this
  acquisition. Further, the Government intends to solicit, negotiate,
  and award to a sole source, Okaloosa Gas District, P.O. Box
  548, Valparaiso, FL 32580-0548, under the authority of FAR
  6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies
  or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements. The Government
  believes it appropriate to solicit and negotiate with only
  Okaloosa Gas District, for the following reasons: 1) Separate
  contracts (multiple contractors) would complicate lines of
  responsibility, increase response time, and adversely impact
  safety; 2) Gas distribution system safety and system reliability
  are the most critical concerns of the Air Force; 3) Ownership,
  operation, and maintenance of the Eglin Air Force Base natural
  gas system infrastructure by a single company will ensure that
  proper procedures can be developed to detect, identify, and
  prioritize hazardous or potentially hazardous conditions on
  the installation before they result in injury, property damage,
  or service interruption; 4) Commingled ownership of an integral
  system would also forseeably lead to disputes and delay in
  problem resolution; and 5) It is likely that award to any other
  source would result in a substantial duplication of costs to
  the Government. Natural gas is currently supplied to Eglin
  AFB, Hurlburt Field, and Duke Field by Okaloosa Gas District.
  Each base is already partially privatized with Okaloosa Gas
  District as the owner of major portions of the natural gas
  systems. Currently, natural gas for each base included in the
  acquisition is provided via approximately 80.45 miles of pipeline,
  of which the Air Force owns approximately 30%, or 24.45 miles.
  A breakdown of total mileage, AF-owned mileage, and Percentage
  of Mileage which is AF-Owned, respectively, is provided for
  each location as follows: Eglin AFB, FL (57.51 total miles,
  16.69 miles, 29%), Hurlburt Field, FL (18.74 total miles, 7.19
  miles, 38%), Duke Field, FL (4.20 total miles, 0.57 miles,
  14%), and CUMULATIVE TOTALS FOR ALL LOCATIONS ARE: 80.45 TOTAL
  MILES, 24.45 AF-OWNED MILES, 30%. The resulting contract will
  require the Contractor to furnish all facilities, labor, materials,
  tools, and equipment necessary to own, and maintain and operate,
  the utility systems. The Contractor will be required to manage
  the maintenance, repairs, replacement, etc., of the systems
  to ensure continuous, adequate, and dependable service is distributed
  to each Government or tenant connection within the service
  areas. The Contractor will be responsible for funding all capital
  investments required to acquire, maintain and operate the utility
  systems in a safe, reliable condition and to meet requirements
  listed in the contract. Real property interests will be conveyed
  via a Bill of Sale upon award of the contract. The anticipated
  award date for this requirement is July 2001. The Government
  anticipates awarding a Fixed Price-Prospective Redetermination
  Utility Service 10-year contract. The SIC Code is 4939 and
  annual size standard is $5,000,000. Interested parties may
  identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement.
  This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals.
  However, the Government will consider all responses received
  within 30 days of publication. 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. Questions shall be submitted electronically to
  Tami Hodge at e-mail address tami.hodge@eglin.af.mil. Points
  of Contact: Tami Hodge, Contract Specialist, Phone 850 882-5072,
  Ext. 5246, Fax 850 882-4916, Email tami.hodge@eglin.af.mil,
  OR Bonnie Hochmuth, Contracting Officer, Phone 850 882-9188,
  Ext. 5222, Fax 850 882-4916, Email
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F08651-00-R-0088&LocID=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: tami.hodge@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487382)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Defense Energy Support Center, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd.,
  Suite 4950, Ft Belvoir, VA 22060-6222
SUBJECT: S--ELECTRIC UTILITY SERVICES FOR DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY'S
  NEVADA TEST SITE
SOL SP0600-00-R-0093
DUE 083000
POC Larry Fratis (703) 767-9418
DESC: Electricity and electric utility services, for ultimate
  delivery to DoE Nevada Test Site, Nevada - 91,658,951 kWh.
  This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items
  prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as
  supplemented with additional information; proposals are being
  requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Only
  proposals from Nevada Power Company and Valley Electric Association,
  Inc will be considered for award, in accordance with the Public
  Utilities Commission of Nevada Docket No. 98-6008. The RFP
  is available through the DESC-A electricity web site, http://www.desc.dla.mil/main/a/electric/.
  If you are unable to access the solicitation via the Internet,
  please contact DESC-A.
LINKURL: http://www.desc.dla/mil/main/a/electric/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lfratis@desc.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487427)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Marshals Service, 75 Spring Street, SW, Room 1669,
  Atlanta, Georgia 30303
SUBJECT: S--ARMED AND UNARMED PRISONER GUARD SERVICES
SOL MS-01-RFQ-001
DUE 090700
POC Zoraetta E. Wilson (404) 730-9244
DESC: The United States Marshals Service (USMS) has a requirement
  for three (3) individuals with law enforcement experience to
  provide armed and unarmed prisoner guard services at USMS,
  Atlanta, Georgia. THIS REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ) IS FOR INDIVIDUALS
  ONLY; REQUESTS FROM GUARD COMPANIES WILL NOT BE HONORED. As
  a result of this solicitation, the USMS intends to award three
  (3) personal services purchase orders, each for a base year
  plus one option year. The estimated date of awards is October,
  2000. Requests for solicitation number MS-01-RFQ-001 must be
  in writing and may be faxed to (404) 331-3139. Telephone requests
  will not be accepted.
CITE: (W-230 SN487164)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: USAED, Kansas City, 757 Federal Building, 601 E 12th
  Street, Kansas City, MO 64106-2896
SUBJECT: S--JANITORIAL AND CLEANING SERVICE, WILSON LAKE PROJECT
  OFFICE, SYLVAN GROVE, KANSAS
SOL DACW41-00-Q-0085
DUE 091800
POC William Tugman at 816-983-3835
DESC: The work consists of janitorial and cleaning work for Wilson
  Lake Project Offices located near Wilson, Kansas. The contractor
  is responsible for performing services in the following areas:
  Administrative and Maintenance Shop Buildings. The Contractor
  will be responsible for maintaining these areas in a clean
  and orderly conditioning inaccordance with general commercial
  practices. The schedule involves weekly, monthly, and quarterly
  requirements. One contract will be awarded, one base year plus
  (4) four option years if exercised by the government. Solicitations
  will be issued on or about August 31, 2000 with a closing date
  of September 18, 2000 15:30 (CST). NOTE- Please reference DOD
  DFAR CLAUSE 252.204-7302, " REQUIRED CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION".
  Prospective contractors must be registered with CCR prior to
  contract award. The CCR web page address is http://www.ccr2000.com
  or one may telephone 1-800-227-2423, at the CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION
  ASSISTANT CENTER. Solicitations will be provided upon request
  by contacting William Tugman at 816-983-3835 or by fax 816-426-5777.
  Questions pertaining to technical requirements of the contract
  may be addressed to Kenneth Wade,785-658-2551. SIC CODE: 7349
   Opening Date: 31 August 2000. Closing Date/Time: 18 September
  2000/3:30p.m. (CST). Approximate Completion Time: Base Year:
  01 October 2000 - 30 September 2001 plus four (4) Option Years:
  FY 02, 03, 04, 05. Contract Specialist: William Tugman, Telephone
  No: 816-983-3835, Fax No: 816-426-5777. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487273)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Comptroller of the Currency
  (OCC), Acquisition Services Division, MS-4-13, 250 E Street,
  S.W., Washington, DC, 20219
SUBJECT: S--INTERIOR PLANT AND TREE MAINTENANCE
SOL Reference-Number-CC-00-Q-0043
DUE 083100
POC Thora Stanwood, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 874-4716,
  Fax (202) 874-5625, Email thora.stanwood@occ.treas.gov - Karen
  Waters, Procurement Analyst, Phone (202) 927-2680, Fax (202)
  874-5625, Email
DESC: The OCC is seeking sources that can provide indoor plant
  and tree maintenance services, including watering, fertilizing,
  adherence to an insect and disease control/prevention program,
  pruning, mulching, dusting/cleaning and planting and repotting
  of existing stock. These services will be for approximately
  900 plants/trees in OCC_s headquarters building in Washington,
  DC and for about two dozen at its Data Center in Landover,
  MD. This will be a total small business set-aside procurement.
  SIC Code is 7389 at $5.0. Interested small businesses may send
  company literature regarding their services to Thora Stanwood,
  MS 4-13, OCC, 250 E Street, SW, Washington, DC 20219 or may
  express their interest by sending an email to Thora.Stanwood@occ.treas.gov
  by Thursday, August 31, 2000. *****
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=R&ProjID=Reference-Number-CC-00-Q-0043&LocID=1765
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: thora.stanwood@occ.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487400)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Dist New Orleans, PO Box
  60267, New Orleans, LA 70160
SUBJECT: T--REPRODUCTION SERVICES AND SUPPLIES
SOL DACW29-00-R-0213
DUE 100300
POC Peggy A. Doxtater, Contract Specialist, 504-862-2863
DESC: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District,
  has a Best Value requirement for a contractor to furnish all
  material, supplies, labor, services, supervision, facilities
  and incidentals for providing reproduction services. Work will
  include pin registered 8 " x 11" film negatives (reduced 8
  times), roll negatives (9"x9"), film positives (004 MIL mat),
  diazo printing of original drawings, quick photo copies, binding,
  folding plots on bond, vellum or mylar of PC-generated drawings
  from Government-furnished CD-ROMS, 3 " floppy disks, ZIP drive
  and JAZ drive. The work will include color scanning, color
  plotting and color copying and various size lamination products.
  Offeror shall be able to save scanned imagery to various media.
  This contract will have a base period and four option periods.
  Evaluation of proposals will be based on a Technical Proposal,
  Past Performance and Price. Technical Evaluation Factors, in
  descending order of importance, include 1) Technical Ability,
  2) List of Equipment, and 3) Management Plan. The Technical
  Evaluation Factors, when combined with Past Performance, are
  slightly more important than Price. This acquisition is unrestricted.
  All interested, responsible sources are invited to submit a
  proposal. Requests for this solicitation must be in writing
  to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District, P.O.
  Box 60267, New Orleans, LA 70160-0267, ATTN: CEMVN-CT-P or
  faxed to 504-862-2889, ATTN: Peggy Doxtater.
CITE: (W-230 SN487089)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: National Library of Medicine, Office of Acquisitions
  Management, Building 38A, Room B1N17, 8600 Rockville Pike,
  Bethesda, Maryland 20894
SUBJECT: T--CATALOGING SERVICES
SOL NLM 00-181/LTN
DUE 090200
POC Liem T. Nguyen, Contract Specialist, 301-496-6546
DESC: It is the intent of the National Library of Medicine (NLM)
  to negotiate on a sole-source basis with Sandra Parker Provenzano,
  Springfield, VA, under the authority 41 U.S.C. 253 (c)(1) and
  FAR 6.302-1 (b)(1) to acquire the cataloging services for images
  in the History of Medicine Prints and Photographs collection,
  and for microfilm of medieval manuscripts. The project entails:
  1) cataloging services for additions and enhancements to the
  on-line catalog records for the Images from the History of
  Medicine (IHM) database in the Prints and Photographs Collection,
  and 2) retrospective conversion with enhancements of records
  for medieval manuscripts on microfilm. The vendor is required
  to have training and expertise in cataloging visual material
  and book formats, experience in using MARC format, experience
  in using the Voyager cataloging system, knowledge of medieval
  manuscripts, working knowledge of Latin and at least one other
  Western European language. Ms. Provenzano has this unique and
  rare combination of skills and knowledge required for this
  project. She has a library degree, with course work in cataloging,
  familiarity with image and book cataloging formats and MARC
  format, experience cataloging in the Prints and Photographs
  Collection of the Library of Congress, a M.A. in medieval studies,
  with special attention to manuscript studies, and experience
  in using the Voyager cataloging system. This project is envisioned
  to last twelve months and shall begin on or about September
  29, 2000. This procurement is being conducted under the Simplified
  Acquisition Threshold. This is not a Request for Quotations
  (RFQ) nor is an RFQ available. All responsible sources may
  request a copy of the statement of work to submit a proposal
  which will be considered by the NLM. Telephone and facsimile
  request will not be accepted. ***** 
EMAILADD: liem_nguyen@nlm.nih.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487206)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: San Francisco Regional Printing Procurement Office, U.S.
  Government Printing Office, 536 Stone Road, Suite I, Benicia,
  CA 94510-1170
SUBJECT: T--PRINTING OF TAX FORMS
SOL Program 2998-S
DUE 090700
POC Richard C. Lee at (707) 748-1970. John J. O'Connor, Contracting
  Officer.
DESC: Single award contract from 10/1/00 to as late as 9/30/03
  for U.S. Treasury (IRS). Production of work assumed within
  160 km (100 miles) of Sacramento, CA. Contract is for printing
  of time-critical tax forms: approx. 2 to 12 (avg. 6) orders
  per year, for approx. 15,000 to 2,000,000 (avg. 100,000) forms
  per order, printing one or two ink colors, with trims sizes
  from 93 x 216 mm (3-2/3 x 8-1/2") to 216 x 838 mm ( 8-1/2 x
  33) Required contract operations include copy pickup, films,
  Quality Level 4 printing, perforating, folding, packing, palletizing
  and delivery. Contract specifications may be obtained by: (1)
  submitting request on firm's letterhead via mail, or; (2) faxing
  request to (707) 748-1981, or; (3) accessing URL link cited
  below. 
LINKURL: http://www.gpo.gov/procurement/sanfran/synopsis.shtml
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487221)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: St. Louis Regional Printing Procurement Office, U.S.
  Government Printing Office, 815 Olive St., Room 328, St. Louis,
  MO 63101-1597
SUBJECT: T--PRINTING
SOL Program 1601-S
DUE 091400
POC Russell Woodmancy (314) 241-0349 ext. 24, Fax (314) 241-4154,
  Printing Specialist
DESC: Single award term contract for the period beginning Date
  of award to 8/31/01 plus 3 option years, if excercised. For
  St. Louis Regional Printing Procurement Office and various
  Government Departments and Agencies. Self and separate cover
  saddle stitched four color process pamphlets 4 to 96 pages
  requiring such operations as scxanning, handling electronic
  files, film making, proofs, printing, binding, packing, mailing,
  and delivery. Approximately 4 to 96 pages and 500 to 21,000
  copies per order. Approximately 10 to 30 orders per year. Trim
  sizes: Format A - up to 152 X 241 mm (6 X 9-1/2"), Format B
  - over 152 X 241 mm 6 X 9-1/2" up to and including 216 X 279
  mm (8-1/2 X 11"). Quality Attributes Level II required.
LINKURL: http://www.access.gpo.gov/procurement/stlouis.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rwoodmancy@gpo.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Specialist, via e-mail.
CITE: (W-230 SN487231)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Defense Education Activity, Hqs, Procurement
  Div, 4040 N. Fairfax Drive, 4th Floor, Arlington, VA 22203
SUBJECT: U--MILITARY CHILD EDUCATION COALITION (MCEC)
SOL MDA410-00-R-0013
DUE 083000
POC David J. Taybron, Contracting Officer, 703-696-3845, ext.
  1412
DESC: The Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) intends
  to award, on a sole source basis using Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures, a purchase order to the Military Child Education
  Coalition (MCEC),108 FM 2410, Suite D, Harker Heights, TX 76548-2519,
  to develop and implement "Connect with America" concept through
  a three components plan using education strategies, joint planning
  and collaboration. MCEC is a non-profit organization that provides
  networking of military installations and their supporting schools
  to address transition and educational needs of students on
  military installations. This notice is for informational purposes
  only. DoDEA anticipates awarding this order on or about 30
  August 2000. Any inquiries should be email to address below.
  NO SEPARATE SOLICITATION WILL BE ISSUED. NOTE 22 APPLIES TO
  THIS PROCUREMENT. 
EMAILADD: dtaybron@hq.odedodea.edu
EMAILDESC: 
  E-Mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486989)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, NOAA, 200 World Trade Center,
  Room 209, Norfolk, VA 23510-1624
SUBJECT: U--PROVIDE US COAST GUARD APPROVED, COMPUTER-BASED,
  STCW 95 BASIC TRAINING COURSE. 
SOL 52-EANA-0-00051
DUE 100100
POC Ingrid Sparger (757) 441-6562
DESC: Provide on site Computer Based Training (CBT) for Marine
  Operations Center (MOC) Shipboard and Rotating Personnel. MOC
  Atlantic, Norfolk Virginia and MOC Pacific, Seattle Washington.
  The USCG approved Computer Based Basic Safety Training Program
  shall include Fire Fighting, Personal Survival, Medical Emergency
  and Personal Safety and Social Responsibility modules that
  will be required on board NOAA ships in a self paced mode and
  at NOAA Marine Operations Centers in a classroom environment.
  Practical demonstrations of competency in firefighting and
  Water Survival skills will be required at USCG approved local
  facilities. Quantity: Fifteen Ship site license, 10 five day
  courses at NOAA facilities from October 2000 to February 2001
  with options. The contractor shall provide all student course
  material, consumables and equipment for 12 to 18 students per
  course. All responsible sources may submit a bid which shall
  be considered by the agency. Copies of the solicitation will
  be provided in response to written or faxed requests received
  directly from the requestor. Telephone requests will not be
  honored. Requests for copies of this solicitation may be faxed
  to (757) 441-6562.All responsible sources may submit a bid
  which shall be considered by the agency. Copies of the solicitation
  will be provided in response to written or faxed requests received
  directly from the requestor. Telephone requests will not be
  honored. Requests for copies of this solicitation may be faxed
  to (757) 441-3786. 
EMAILADD: Ingrid.L.Sparger@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487115)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office -
  Contracting, 6600 Goodfellow, Dublin, California 94568
SUBJECT: U--PARENTING INSTUCTION, METROPOLITAN CORRECTIONAL CENTER
  SAN DIEGO, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101-6078
SOL RFQ-279-0034
DUE 090800
POC Ricky R. Harold, Regional Contracting Officer, (925)803-2777
DESC: The Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office
  has a requirement to provide a Parenting Program at the Metropolitan
  Correctional Center, 808 Union Street, San Diego, CA 92101-6078.
  The services shall be required at the Metropolitan Correctional
  Center two days a week from, 8:00 a.m -11:00 a.m on Thursdays
  and Fridays. The above cited schedule may be subject to variation
  depending on the needs of the Bureau of Prisons. The anticipated
  number of sessions for this Parenting course is 104 sessions
  a year. Each session will consist of a three hour block of
  instruction. The Parenting Instructor shall have the appropriate
  credentials and experience in the Instruction of Parenting
  Courses. The program shall support the development and maintenance
  of positive relationships between inmates, their spouses or
  custodial parents and their children. The Instructor shall
  structure programs which provide an opportunity for inmates
  parents, visiting spouses or custodial parents and children
  to interact in ways designed to strengthen family relationships.
  The course curriculum will cover the areas of Parenting Skills,
  Skills for Family Support, Family Literacy Education, Substance
  Abuse Education and Prenatal Care for Expectant Mothers, The
  Instructor shall provide appropriate education-oriented toys,
  books and other materials and activities designed to establish
  and strengthen positive family parenting relationships. The
  Instructor is responsible for any injury caused by these materials.
  The Instructor shall provide structured parenting education
  courses to the inmates and parents when feasible, to visiting
  spouses of custodial parents. These courses will be in addition
  to those ordinarily offered by the Bureau of Prisons. The curriculum
  shall address the following subject areas, parenting skills,
  skills for family support, education and literacy, and substance
  abuse education. A substitute teacher shall be provided for
  all scheduled leaves as well as emergency sick leave. The Instructor
  must have a one of the following: Licensed Clinical Social
  Worker (L.C.S.W.) degree, Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) Degree,
  Marriage Family Counseling Certificate (M.F.C.C.) or a teaching
  certificate in Health Education. It would also be desirable
  for the Contractor to be bi-lingual (Spanish) any previous
  experience conducting parenting program and preferably in a
  correctional setting. The anticipated date of award is October
  01, 2000. The anticipated period of performance is base year:
  date of award through 12 months from award date; option year
  1: 13 months from date of award through 24 months from date
  of award; option 2, 25 months from date of award through 36
  months from award date; option 3; 37 months from date of award
  through 48 months from award date; option period 4; 49 months
  from date of award through 60 months from award date. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer which shall be considered by this
  agency. This requirement is a small business set aside. No
  collect calls will be accepted. Offers may be adjusted from
  the original submission if deemed necessary by the offeror.
  All offers shall be received at Bureau of Prisons, Western
  Regional Contracting Office, 6600 Goodfellow Street, Dublin,
  CA 94568, Attention Ricky R. Harold, Regional Contracting Officer,
  by 4:00 PM local time, on Friday, September 8, 2000. All offerors
  shall be clearly marked with the offerors name and RFQ number.
  For additional information, questions, and availability of
  forms, please contact Ricky R. Harold, Regional Contracting
  Officer, at 925-803-2777.***** 
EMAILADD: rharold@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  San Diego
CITE: (W-230 SN487224)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office -
  Contracting, 6600 Goodfellow, Dublin, California 94568
SUBJECT: U--PARENTING INSTRUCTION, FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
  PHOENIX, AZ, 85027-7000
SOL RFQ-279-0033
DUE 090800
POC Ricky R. Harold, Regional Contracting Officer, (925)803-2777
DESC: The Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office
  has a requirement to provide a Parenting Program at the Federal
  Correctional Institution, 37900 N. 45th., Department 1680,
  Phoenix, AZ 85027-7000 and the Federal Prison Camp at the same
  location. The services shall be required at the Federal Correctional
  Institution three days a week from, 9:30 a.m -11:30 a.m. The
  services shall be required at the Federal Prison Camp from
  12:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m four days a week. The above cited schedule
  may be subject to variation depending on the needs of the Bureau
  of Prisons. The Parenting Instructor shall have the appropriate
  credentials and experience in the Instruction of Parenting
  Courses. The program shall support the development and maintenance
  of positive relationships between inmates, their spouses or
  custodial parents and their children. The Instructor shall
  structure programs which provide an opportunity for inmates
  parents, visiting spouses or custodial parents and children
  to interact in ways designed to strengthen family relationships.
  The Instructor shall provide appropriate education-oriented
  toys, books and other materials and activities designed to
  establish and strengthen positive family parenting relationships.
  The Instructor is responsible for any injury caused by these
  materials. The Instructor shall provide structured parenting
  education courses to the inmates and parents when feasible,
  to visiting spouses of custodial parents. These courses will
  be in addition to those ordinarily offered by the Bureau of
  Prisons. The curriculum shall address the following subject
  areas, parenting skills, skills for family support, education
  and literacy, and substance abuse education. A substitute teacher
  shall be provided for all scheduled leaves as well as emergency
  sick leave. The Instructor must have a B.S. or B.A. degree
  in education, counseling or related field (i.e. family planning);
  previous experience conducting parenting program and preferably
  in a correctional setting. The anticipated date of award is
  October 01, 2000. The anticipated period of performance is
  base year: date of award through 12 months from award date;
  option year 1: 13 months from date of award through 24 months
  from date of award; option 2, 25 months from date of award
  through 36 months from award date; option 3; 37 months from
  date of award through 48 months from award date; option period
  4; 49 months from date of award through 60 months from award
  date. All responsible sources may submit an offer which shall
  be considered by this agency. This requirement is a small business
  set aside. No collect calls will be accepted. Offers may be
  adjusted from the original submission if deemed necessary by
  the offeror. All offers shall be received at Bureau of Prisons,
  Western Regional Contracting Office, 6600 Goodfellow Street,
  Dublin, CA 94568, Attention Ricky R. Harold, Regional Contracting
  Officer, by 4:00 PM local time, on Friday, September 8, 2000.
  All offerors shall be clearly marked with the offerors name
  and RFQ number. For additional information, questions, and
  availability of forms, please contact Ricky R. Harold, Regional
  Contracting Officer, at 925-803-2777.***** 
EMAILADD: rharold@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Phoenix
CITE: (W-230 SN487255)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Bureau of Prisons, South Central Regional Office, 4211
  Cedar Springs Road, Suite 300, Dallas, TX 75219
SUBJECT: U--COLLEGE COURSES
SOL RFQ-50802-029
DUE 110100
POC Brigette Powers, Contract Specialist (214) 224-3464
DESC: This CBD notification hereby modifies the following information:
    Change the estimated credit hours available during a 12
  month period from 720 to 1,080.  There are no other changes
  to the original CBD notice. If you have any questions, please
  call (214) 224-3464.  
EMAILADD: bpowers@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487313)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: U--LAW ENFORCEMENT IN-SERVICE TRAINING
SOL 10181-1-P001(VR)
DUE 110100
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or email
  the CO at the address within this ad.
DESC: The US Fish & Wildlife Service requires the services of
  a contractor to provide training and housing facilities for
  Refuge Law Enforcement in-service training, for Regions 1,
  2, 6 and 7, at the contractor's site. The contract period will
  be for one base year with 4 one year options to renew. The
  issue date is approximately October 1,00. The issue date is
  an estimate. Proposals will be due 30 days after the actual
  issue date. 
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487356)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office -
  Contracting, 6600 Goodfellow, Dublin, California 94568
SUBJECT: U--COMPUTER VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR
SOL RFQ 279---36
DUE 092900
POC Patricia Jones, 925/803-2780
DESC: The Federal Bureau of Prisons, Western Regional Office
  is seeking an Instructor to provide Computer Vocational Training
  to the inmate population at the Federal Correctional Institution/Federal
  Prison Camp, 37900 N. 45TH Ave., Dept 1680, Phoenix, AZ 85027-7000.
  The services shall required Monday through Friday except Federal
  Holidays at both location. Instruction shall be provided from
  8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Federal Prison Camp. Instruction
  shall be provided from 12:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m at the Federal
  Correctional Institution. The above cited schedule may be subject
  to change depending on the needs of the Bureau of Prisons.
  The Instructor shall structure the course to ensure that students
  acquire skills in the following areas: Word Processing (Word
  Perfect and/or Word, etc), Data Base Management (dBASE, Spreadsheet
  Management (Lotus 123) and Desk Top Publishing. The Instructor
  shall be required to develop, initiate, teach and counsel students
  in the Computer Vocational Training Program. The Instructor
  must be listed in the Accredited Institution of Post-Secondary
  Education and/or designated eligible by the United States Department
  of Education. The Instructor must be accredited by the Western
  Association of Schools and Colleges or an equivalent committee
  from another district. The credit hours earned by the inmates
  shall be transferable to other educational institutions. The
  Instructor is required to provide the updated software including,
  Watchdog security system required for the computer course,
  as well printers. The anticipated ate of award is Oct 01, 2000.
  The anticipated period of performance is as follows: Base Year:
  Date of award through 12 months from award date; Option Year
  1: 13 months from date of award through 24 months from date
  of award; Option Year 2: 25 months from date of award through
  36 months from award date; Option Year 3: 37 months from date
  of award through 48 months from award date; Option year 4:
  49 months from date of award through 60 months from award date.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be
  considered by this agency. This requirement is not a small
  business set aside. No collect calls will be accepted. No telephone
  request for the Request for Quotation will be accepted. Offerors
  may request a copy of the Request for Quotation by faxing their
  request to 925/803-2780 or writing to the address above for
  the Western Regional Contracting Office, Attn: Patricia Jones.*****
    cc: Department of Justice Office of Small and Disadvantaged
  Business Utilization FCI Phoenix, Contract Specialist 
CITE: (W-229 SN486940)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Aircraft Services,
  4837 Aircraft Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99502-1052
SUBJECT: V--RENTAL OF ONE AIRPLANE CASA 212 OR EQUAL
SOL 00P031
DUE 081700
POC Jan Bennett at 907-271-3935 or fax 907-271-4788
DESC: Furnish one fully contractor operated and maintained Casa
  212 aircraft or equal in support of transportation of fire
  crews for the Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Fire Service.
  Aircraft will be based at Ft Wainwright, Alaska with operations
  to remote gravel/paved airstrips thoughout Alaska. Minimum
  19 passenger seating plus baggage/cargo. Contract period is
  approximately 15 days with a possibility of up to an additional
  15 days. Service to begin August 18, 2000.
CITE: (W-229 SN487015)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Contracting Office (fp), c/o USCG Research and Development
  Center, 1082 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT, 06340-6096
SUBJECT: V--TOWING THE ALBERT E. WATTS FROM LITTLE SAND ISLAND,
  MOBILE AL TO MARAD RESERVE FLEET IN BEAUMONT, TX
SOL DTCG39-00-B-R00017
DUE 090700
POC Joyce Overton, Contracting Officer, Phone 860-441-2886, Fax
  860-441-2888, Email joverton@rdc.uscg.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  item prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 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. This is a Invitation for Bid (IFB) DTCG39-00-B-R00017.
  Full and Open Competition procedures will be utilized for this
  acquisition. The Standard Industrial Code (SIC) is 4492. The
  small business size standard is $3.5M. Offers for the following
  items are due at the Coast Guard R&DC Contracting Office by
  2:00 P.M. on 9/7/00, (faxed bids will be accepted at (860)
  441-2888) Line Item 0001 - Towing Services. The Contractor
  shall be responsible for prearranging, scheduling, and towing
  the ALBERT E. WATTS from its present location at Little Sand
  Island in Mobile, Alabama to the MARAD Reserve Fleet, Beaumont,
  Texas. All towing shall be performed as "Dead Ship" tow. The
  tow shall be completed within 120 days after contract award.
  The ALBERT E. WATTS is a WW II vintage tank vessel of the T-2
  Class. The vessel is 508 feet long, has a beam of 72 feet and
  a draft of 21 ft aft. The Contractor shall notify the Contracting
  Officer's Technical Representative (COTR), who is the Supervisor
  of the US Coast Guard Fire & Safety Test Detachment, Mobile,
  AL, in writing at least two weeks before the vessel is to be
  towed. This notification should include the name of the towing
  tug, name of the vessel being towed, horsepower of the towing
  tug, length, beam and draft of the tow, ETA, ETD, number of
  assist tugs to be used, as well as the company that operates
  the tugs, pilots being used, riding crew if any, as well as
  a towing plan. The towing plan shall also be provided to the
  USCG Marine Safety Officer (MSO), Mobile, AL in the same time
  frame. The Contractor shall comply with all applicable regulatory
  requirements of the U.S. Coast Guard and other Federal, State
  and Local organizations while towing the vessel. The Contractor
  shall notify the USCG MSO, Mobile, AL in writing at least 72
  hours prior to sailing and arriving in each port. This notification
  should include the name of the towing tug, name of the vessel
  being towed, horsepower of the towing tug, length, beam and
  draft of the tow, ETA, ETC, number of assist tugs to be used,
  as well as the company that operates the tugs, pilots being
  used, riding crew if any, as well as a towing plan. The Contractor
  shall provide all tow boats, towing equipment for the vessel
  being towed, and all necessary certificates, towing permits,
  pilots, line handlers, pilot ladder, and any auxiliary tug
  services or equipment that may be required at Mobile, AL and
  Beaumont, TX. The contractor shall conduct all deballasting
  required to move the CATTS from its slip and any ballasting
  need for tow. All expenses and fees in connection with the
  tow and movement of the ship including all personnel, equipment,
  and material required for towing and line handling shall be
  at the Contractor's expense. The Contractor shall coordinate
  a walk through of the vessel with the USCG MSO representative
  and the COTR to examine the vessel prior to towing and ensure
  that all operations for a "Dead Ship" tow are completed. All
  measures necessary to prepare the vessel for a safe "Dead Ship"
  tow shall be the Contractor's responsibility and accomplished
  at the Contractor's expense. Prior to towing, the Contractor
  shall provide to the USCG MSO office a written report of the
  vessel's stability calculations and results in term of fitness
  for tow and excess stability considering the current conditions
  of load and ballast. The contractor shall acquire the services
  of a recognized Salvage Association Surveyor and comply with
  his recommendations for towing suitability. The surveyor shall
  issue a written report attesting to the vessel's condition,
  fitness to proceed under tow and condition required for a safe
  tow. A copy of the report shall be delivered to the COTR and
  USCG MSO OFFICE, Mobile. The Contractor shall prior to award,
  furnish insurance coverage of $400,000.00 which covers the
  approximate scrap value of the vessel. The Contractor shall
  furnish insurance coverage in accordance with the requirements
  of the Master Lump Sum Repair Agreement (MLSRA), specifically
  for, but not limited to liabilities of the vessel's hull and
  machinery protection and indemnities. Such insurance shall
  be carried by a reputable underwriter and or insurers. The
  insurance shall name the U.S. Coast Guard as being the assured
  for the vessel. Invitation for Bid. The Contractor shall assume
  responsibility for the safety and security of the ship upon
  start of the tow and until the vessel is delivered to the MARAD
  Fleet, Beaumont, TX and signed for by a MARAD representative.
  The Contractor shall contact the MARAD Reserve Fleet (409/722-3433)
  in advance for more instructions. This solicitation and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular 97-18. The provisions at 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors-Commercial, applies to this acquisition. FAR provision
  52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications--Commercial
  Items with their quote. Offerors that fail to furnish the required
  representations and certifications or reject terms and conditions
  of the solicitation may be excluded from consideration. The
  following clauses also apply to this solicitation; FAR 52.212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial Items, FAR 52.212-5,
  Contract Term and Conditions Required to Implement Statues
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, 52.203-5, 52.203-6, 52.216-24,
  52.216-25, 52.219-8, 52.219-4, 52.219-14, 52.222-21, 52.222-26,
  52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37, 52.223-3, 52.225-3, 52.225-9,
  52.225-18, 52.232-8, 52.232-17, 52.232-22, 52.232-18, 52.232-34,
  DOT 1252.223-70, 1252.223-71, 1252.223-72 and 1252.223-73 apply
  to this solicitation. FAR 52.212-2 Evaluation - Commercial
  Items (JAN 1999) (a) The government will award a contract resulting
  from this solicitation to the responsible bidder whose Bid
  conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to
  the Government, price and other factors considered. The following
  factor shall be used to evaluate offers: price. Any amendments
  hereby issued to this solicitation will be synopsized in the
  same manner as this solicitation and must be acknowledged by
  each offeror. Procurement is being conducted under simplified
  acquisition procedures. THE OFFEROR AGREES TO HOLD THE PRICES
  IN ITS OFFER FIRM FOR 120 CALENDAR DAYS FROM THE DATES SPECIFIED
  FOR RECEIPT OF OFFERS. Parties responding to this solicitation
  may submit their bid in accordance with their standard commercial
  practices (e.g. on company letter head, formal quote form,
  etc. but must include the following information: (1) Companies
  complete mailing and remittance address; (2) Dun & Bradstreet
  number (DUNS); (3) Taxpayer ID number; (4) Representations
  and Certifications and (5) Catalog or literature showing that
  the offered items meet all the above requirements. Import Internet
  address: 1) Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) at http//www.gsa/gov/far,
  2) Dept. of Transportation Acquisition Regulations at http://www.dot.gov/ost/m60/tamatar.
  Responses to this solicitation may be faxed to Joyce P. Overton,
  (860) 441-2888, mailed to Contracting Office, USCG Research
  & Development Center, 1082 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340-6096,
  ATTN Joyce P. Overton. The quotes are due 9/7/00 at 2:00 p.m.
  local time. Inquiries may be faxed to (860) 441-2888 or e-mailed
  to
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=DTCG39-00-B-R00017&LocID=101
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: joverton@rdc.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487176)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: V--MOVE/RELOCATE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT ON THE MARINE
  CORPS AIR STATION, CHERRY POINT, NC
SOL M00146-00-Q-9041
DUE 091500
POC Willie Humphrey, Contract Specialist, 252-466-2895, or Anna
  O'Brien, Procurement Assistant, 252-466-2845/Fax 252-466-3571
DESC: The Facilities Development Department, Marine Corps Air
  Station, Cherry Point, NC has submitted an acquisition requirement
  to procure all services, materials, equipment, tools,transportation,
  management and supervision to move/relocate furniture and equipment
  within various buildings at the Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry
  Point, North Carolina for a base year plus two one year option
  periods. The period of performance is to begin on 01 October
  2000 and end on 30 September 2001. Estimated number of man-ours
  is 2000. Provide Cage Code, Dun  & Bradstreet Number, and
  Taxpayer's Identification Number. Faxed requests for solicitation
  packages are desired. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer, which shall be considered. As of 31 May 1999 all Contractors
  must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  Database as a condition of contract award. Contractors may
  register in the CCR through the World Wide Web at http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec
  or call the DOD Electronic Commerce  Information Center at
  1-800-334-3414. This requirement will be set-aside exclusively
  for small Business. See Numbered Note 1.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487202)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 28 CONS,
  1000 Ellsworth Street, Suite 1200, Ellsworth AFB, SD, 57706-4910
SUBJECT: V--MOVING AND STORAGE
SOL F39601-01-B0001
DUE 100800
POC Quilian Riano, Contracting Specialist, Phone 605-385-1755,
  Fax 605-385-1759, Email quilian.riano@ellsworth.af.mil - Linda
  Williams, Contracting Officer, Phone 605-385-1744, Fax 605-385-1731,
  Email
DESC: Ellsworth AFB,SD has a requirement for the moving and storage
  service. The requirement consists of providing personnel, equipment,
  tools, materials, supervision, other items, and services for
  the preparation, packing, movement, and storage of household
  goods for outbound and inbound shipments, and local moves.
  The performance period is 01 January 2001 through 31 December
  2001. This solicitation is a 100% small business set-aside.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer. The Standard Industry
  Classification Code is 4783 and the Small Business Size Standard
  is $18.5 million. The solicitation will be issued electronically
  on or about 7 September 2000. The solicitation may be obtained
  by downloading through the Electronic Posting System (EPS)
  (Vendor). Hard copies will not be available. Only offerors
  registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR),
  online at http://www.ccr2000.com, will be considered.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F39601-01-B0001&LocID=1005
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: quilian.riano@ellsworth.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487276)

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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--WATER TRANSPORTATION
SOL N00033-00-R-5713
DUE 082300
POC Mark Chadwick (202) 685-5844
DESC: 1. Vessel(s) Required: U.S. or foreign flag tug/barge equipped
  with fendering, automatic twist locks and capable of carrying
  200 empty TEUs. Contractor to provide the twenty-foot containers
  and all lashing gear sufficient for securing cargo. Containers
  are to be loaded and unloaded multiple times while moored alongside
  T-ACS (crane ship) to conduct lift-on/lift-off training during
  Exercise Turbo Patriot. Vessel to be on station off Camp Pendleton,
  CA 12 16 September. Owner to warrant that any and all regulatory
  compliances are maintained. No minimum required speed but must
  meet required on station dates.  Cargo Description:   Total
  cargo: 200 Empty twenty-foot containers, obtained by contractor,
  Stowed longitudinally. Stacking is acceptable  Terms: Liner-In/Liner-Out
    3. Loading Port(s)/Place(s): Contractor's Option   4.
  Laytime: 24hrs  5. Discharging Port(s)/Place(s): Contractor's
  Option   6. Laydays: 09 Sep 00 (Commencing) 11 Sep 00 (Cancelling)
   Or as mutually agreed. Available to meet 12-16 September on
  station schedule 7. Terms/Conditions/Attachments added, deleted
  or  modified:   V(c) "Loading and Discharging (Liner Terms)"
  applies V(g) "Position Reports", (Attn: Jay Standring, email:
  mailto:jay.standring@msc.navy.mil or fax: 202-685-5887); add.
   V(i) "Tugs and Barges" applies  X Change date of clause
  to "Nov. 1999".   X(j) Internet home page on third to last
  line is changed  to http://www.customerserviced@dnb.com 
   Delete X(b)(12)  Delete XI(a)  XII Change date of clause
  to "Oct. 1999".   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. 2. Speed of Advance (SOA)
  and detailed itinerary.  3. Set of completed boxes (Ref (B),
  pages I-1 through I-4)  5. Completed Representations and Certifications
  (Part XII,  Ref (B)).  6. 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)".  * Register for electronic
  funds payment, also at the  above-identified MSC website,
  under "Electronic Funds  Transfer (EFT) Registration Form".

LINKURL: http://www.msc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mark.chadwick@msc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487299)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of State, Office of Acquisition, P. O. Box
  9115, Rosslyn Station, Arlington, VA 22219-0244
SUBJECT: V--PACKING, TRANSPORTATION AND EXHIBIT OF ART OBJECTS
SOL S-LMAQM-00-D-0131
DUE 091100
POC John J. Mason, 703 875-6624
DESC: The Department of State has a need for a not-for-profit
  organization to package valuable art objects, assist in the
  selection of museums for exhibit, transport the art objects,
  display them for exhibition in museums in four or five cities
  nationwide over a two year period, re-package them at the close
  of each exhibition and transport them to the next exhibition
  site. Must also organize and supervise publications concerning
  the exhibited items. The Department intends to issue a sole
  source, cost sharing, no fee contract to Trust for Museum Exhibitions,
  1424 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 for this purpose.
CITE: (W-230 SN487341)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of State, Office of Acquisition, P. O. Box
  9115, Rosslyn Station, Arlington, VA 22219-0244
SUBJECT: V--PACKING, CRATING AND STORAGE
SOL S-LMAQM-00-B-0112
POC Reaver Clements, 703-875-5077, Contract Specialist, Vincent
  Chaverini Jr. 703-875-6645, Contracting Officer
DESC: The Department of State (DOS) has a requirement to seek
  a firm capable of providing receipt, inspection, inventorying,
  consolidation, export packing, temporary storage, and delivery
  to pier and related services connected with the forwarding
  of U.S. Government-owned furniture, furnishings, commissary
  items, supplies, personally owned and government owned vehicles,
  and equipment required by the Department of State for its Foreign
  Service Posts, and forwarding/receiving household effects (HHE)
  belonging to U.S. Government employees. Unless otherwise specified,
  all Contractor deliveries are "FAS" carrier Seattle/Tacoma,
  Washington Commercial Zones. For purposes of this Invitation
  for Bids (IFB), the contractor's place of performance must
  be within a ten (10) mile radius of the U.S. Despatch Agency
  office in Seattle, Washington. The contract is to run for a
  base year and four (4) one year options. This requirement is
  100% Small Business Set-Aside SIC Code 4783 size standard 18.5
  million. This Invitation for bid is expected to be released
  on or about September 1, 2000 via the Internet a the following
  site: http://state.monmouth.army.mil and then go to U.S. Department
  of State Business Opportunities to review the IFB, then go
  to Secured Services to subscribe to the list serve to receive
  e-mails when the IFB is launched to the Internet. An alternate
  site to gain access is: http://www.statebuy.gov and then go
  the Interactive platform. Firms requiring assistance in using
  the Internet should contact Mr. Stuart Toleman at the following
  address: tolemansc@state.gov or by telephone at (703) 516-1694
  or fax (703) 845-6155. No paper copies of the IFB will be mailed.
  *****
CITE: (W-230 SN487432)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: CDR Atlantic Division - NAVFACENGCOM Tidewater Services
  Branch, 9342 Virginia Avenue, Building Z-140, Suite 128, Norfolk,
  VA 23511-3689
SUBJECT: W--ANNUAL LEASE, SURVEILLANCE VEHICLES FOR VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
SOL N62470-00-B-9420
DUE 022201
POC Gloria Spicer, Contract Specialist, (757) 444-8065 extension;
  Barbara Taylor, Contracting Officer, (757) 444-8065 extension
  3038.
DESC: The Officer in Charge requires all labor, supervision,
  tools, materials, equipment, transportation, and management
  necessary to supply various specified vehicles for lease. Vehicles
  shall be delivered to various U.S. Naval activity locations
  designed by the Contracting Officer. The work identified to
  be provided by means of an Indefinite Delivery Requirements
  type contract. The contract term shall be for a period of one
  year. Delivery Orders can be issued on the contract for a period
  not to exceed 36 months. The Standard Industrial Classification
  Code (SIC) is 7515. The proposed procurement listed herein
  is 100% Set-Aside for Small Business concerns. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer, which will be considered. Plans
  and specifications will be made available on or about January
  22, 2001. Only written requests for the solicitation will be
  accepted, such requests must reference the Solicitation Number
  above. Faxed requests may be sent to (757) 444-4164.
CITE: (W-230 SN487080)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Wiesbaden Regional Contracting Center, Attn: AEUCC-C-A,
  CMR 410 Box 744, APO AE 09096
SUBJECT: W--AERIAL SURVEILLANCE PLATFORM
SOL DAJA22-00-R-1027
DUE 082500
POC Christopher Popp, Contracting Officer/Yanina Seeger, Specialist,
  011-49-816-2192, FAX -2198
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued.  This solicitation number DAJA22-00-R-1027
  is being issued as a Request for Proposal, which incorporates
  provisions and clauses for commercial items in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-14.   U.S. Army Europe intends
  to procure non-personal services for aerial surveillance within
  Southern Europe for a period of six (6) months, with two (2)
  each three (3) month options for extension totaling up to six
  (6) months. Except for those specified as government-furnished,
  the contractor shall provide all the necessary skilled and
  trained personnel, aircraft, surveillance equipment and instruments,
  supplies and materials, permits and authorizations (including
  personnel visas) required for performance of services under
  this contract. Contractor-provided shall include among others
  flight and maintenance crews, surveillance equipment, repair
  parts needed, transportation to/from work site, repair/maintenance
  of aircraft, ground station consisting of TV monitor, VCR,
  and 8mm tape player and all necessary personal and equipment
  insurance. Contract personnel require security "secret" level
  clearance. The Government will provide board and lodgings to
  the required contractor personnel, including flights within
  Europe should it be necessary for the work involved, heated
  hangers in the specific operational sites, fuel, emergency
  medical treatment, radios and local frequency spectrum. Flying
  time required will be approximately 100 hours per month. The
  contractor shall have all equipment and personnel prepared
  for pre-flight inspection on or before 25 Sep 00. Award will
  be made as soon as feasible but not later than 15 Sep 00 to
  allow at least 10 days mobilization period.   The government
  prefers firm fixed pricing to include mobilization cost and
  price for each hour of flying time to include all cost. 
  0001: Mobilization Efforts (Award date to 25 Sep 00) 1 lot
    0002: Flying time to include all cost  0002AA Fixed quantity
  600 hours  (for example, 100 hours per month) 6 months 0002AB
  Option for increase in hours (in excess  of the fixed quantity)
  in units of one (1)  hour or more 100 hours  0003: Option
  1 3 month's extension  0003AA Fixed quantity 300 hours  (for
  example, 100 hours per month) 3 months 0003AB Option for increase
  in hours (in excess  of the fixed quantity) in units of one
  (1)  hour or more 50 hours  0004: Option 2 3 month's extension
   0004AA Fixed quantity 300 hours  (for example, 100 hours
  per month) 3 months 00044B Option for increase in hours (in
  excess  of the fixed quantity) in units of one (1)  hour
  or more 50 hours   The following provisions in their latest
  editions apply to this solicitation:  FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors Commercial FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation Commercial
  items.  FAR 52.212-3, Offerors Representations and certifications
  Commercial Items FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Commercial Items FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or  Executive Orders  Additional
  FAR clauses cited within the above clauses, which are applicable,
  will be incorporated into the solicitation and resulting contract.
  A completed copy of the provisions at 52.212-3 "Offeror Representations
  and Certifications-Commercial Items" should be submitted with
  the offer. The contract documents will include necessary addendum
  to the terms and conditions for the security clearance and
  for work performed outside the United States.  The offer
  shall include:  - Schedule of prices (with a brief detail
  of the cost involved in the mobilization)  - description of
  proposed aircraft - listing and description of surveillance
  equipment and instruments on board - the number and skills
  of personnel to be provided, including a tentative listing
  (including date when available) and short bio-data to show
  sufficient qualifications for the work involved and ability
  to obtain security clearance without problem.  - listing of
  prior experience for similar services performed during the
  last 3 years (contract number, point of contact and tel. nos.)
   - completed copy of FAR 52.212-3 - Company's Cage Code, DUNNS
  No. and TIN No.  Award will made based on the best value
  to the Government. Specifically considered during the evaluation
  will be (1) the effectiveness and suitability of the aircraft
  and all surveillance equipment and instruments being provided
  for the winter time; (2) availability of necessary skilled
  personnel; (3) capability to deliver the requirements on the
  stated schedule; (4) prior experience and past performance;
  and (5) proposed prices (including options).   Offers to
  the above requirements shall be submitted by FAX (0011-49-611-816-2198
  or per email to the designated Contracting Officer not later
  than 28 Aug 00, 0900 hours, CET. Contact the designated Contracting
  Officer/Contract Specialist for inquiries.  
EMAILADD: seegery@rcc.wbn.usacce.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  this solicitation
CITE: (W-230 SN487218)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  10 ABW/LGC, 8110 Industrial Drive, Suite 200, USAF Academy,
  CO, 80840-2315
SUBJECT: W--RENTAL/MAINTENANCE OF AUTOMATED PRESCRIPTION SYSTEM
SOL F05611-01-Q-6025
DUE 083000
POC Steve Conver, Contracting Specialist, Phone (719)333-4899,
  Fax (719)333-6603, Email steve.conver@usafa.af.mil - Chris
  Vaccarella, Contracting Officer, Phone (719)333-3691, Fax (719)333-6603,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation F05611-01-Q-6025, originally posted on Aug
  3, 2000 is modified to include the following attchments/ammendments:
  Attachment 1, Electronic Request for Quote (RFQ); Attachment
  2, Statement of Work.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F05611-01-Q-6025&LocID=479
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: steve.conver@usafa.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487259)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, APHIS, Field Servicing Office, Butler Square West,
  5th Floor, 100 North 6th St., Minneapolis, MN 55403
SUBJECT: W--TRASH REMOVAL, MANURE, USED BEDDING, STRAW & HAY,
  ETC.
SOL APVSERFL1-0009-1
DUE 090600
POC Patty Patterson 612-370-2136 fax
DESC: The USDA, Animal and Plant health Inspection Service (APHIS),
  Veterinary Services (VS), has a requirement for waste removal
  service for the Animal Import/Export facility from October
  1, 2000 through September 30, 2001. A fixed-price blanket purchase
  order, for four (4) 20 yard dumpsters with pick up once a week,
  will result. F.O.B. Destination, USDA, APHIS VS, 5600 NW 36th
  Street, (Room 560), Miami, Florida 33166. SIC 4959. This is
  a firm fixed price contract. Simplified procurement procedures
  will be used as well as commercial item acquisition regulations
  per FAR 12. 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 solicitation;
  quotations are being requested and a WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE ISSUED. This solicitation document incorporates provisions
  and clauses which are in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-16. Applicable FAR clauses are incorporated by
  reference: Prompt Payment 52.249-1 (4/84); Fixed price 52.243-1
  (8/87); Small Disadvantaged Business Concern 52.219-1; Notice
  of price Evaluations preference for HUB Zone Small Business
  Concern 52.219-4; Evaluation-Commercial items 52.212-2 (10/97);
  offeror Representations and certifications 52.212-5 (10/98).
  ALL RESPONSIBLE SOURCES MAY SUBMIT A QUOTATION FOR CONSIDERATION.
  Award will be made to lowest priced responsive responsible
  offeror. Quotations are due by September 6, 2000, 2:30 pm CST
  faxed to 612-370-2136. Referenced FAR clauses can be accessed
  for review on the Internet at the following web site: http://www.arnet.gov/far.
  All offers must be signed. Offers should include tax payer
  identification number and DUNS number and business size. SPECIFICATIONS
  Provide four dumpsters at the facility at all times. Two (2)
  at the Import Center and two (2) at the Export Center. Pick
  up of dumpsters to be once a week. Waste material consists
  of: straw and hay, manure, used bedding inside shipping containers,
  etc. The number of dumpsters may fluctuate, depending on the
  number of animals that go through the facility. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487284)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: W--Lease or Rental of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracts Department, P. O. Drawer 43019, MCLB, Albany,
  GA 31704-3019
SUBJECT: W--MULTIBAND INTER/INTRA TEAM RADIO
SOL M67004-00-R-0036
DUE 090100
POC Sgt. Sanchez, Code 89-1, (912)639-6794
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE ISSUED. This requirement is being issued as a Request
  for Quotation. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular -- - --and Defense Acquisition Circular 91-13. This
  action is not restricted to small business. The following is
  a list of requirements: CLIN 0001: Four (4) each Multiband
  inter/ intra team radio, urban handheld radio system 2M immersible
  which will include two (2) rechargeable batteries, two (2)
  non-rechargeable batteries, two (2) non-rechargeable battery
  cell holders, one (1) hoster, one (1) carry case, two (2) antennas,
  CD-ROM, manual and operator card. CLIN 0002: Four (4) each
  MBITR single charger, CLIN 0003: Four (4) each MBITR PC programmer,
  CLIN 0004: Four (4) each MBITR cloning cable, CLIN 0005: Four
  (4) each MBITR speaker microphone, CLIN 0006: Four (4) each
  MBITR ear microphone. Minor equipment variations will be evaluated
  and discussed with contractors within competitive range. Delivery
  shall be F.O.B. Destination, MCLB Albany, GA 31704 with inspection/acceptance
  at destination. Delivery will be coordinated with requesting
  activity, after award. FAR Clauses/Provisions: 52.203-3, Gratuities,
  52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors Commercial Items, The Government
  will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the
  responsible offeror whose offer conforming to this solicitation,
  is considered to be the best value to the Government. 52-212-4,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items, 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive
  Orders Commercial Items (incorporating 52.222-35, Affirmative
  Action for Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans, Affirmative
  Action for Handicapped Workers, 52.222-37, Employment Reports
  on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era,
  52.225-3, Buy American Act-Supplies, commercial Items apply
  to this acquisition. The contractor shall extend to the Government
  the full coverage of any standard commercial warranty normally
  offered in a similar commercial sale, provided such warranty
  is available at no additional cost to the Government. Offerors
  responding to this announcement must provide the information
  contained in 52.212-1, Instruction to Offerors-Commercial Items.
  The offeror should also provide its Commercial and Government
  Entity (Cage) code, Contractor Establishment code (DUNS number)
  and Tax Identification Number. Contractors must be registered
  in the Central Contractor Register to be eligible for award.
  If a change occurs in this requirement, only those offerors
  that respond to this announcement within the required time
  frame will be provided any changes/amendments and considered
  for future discussions and/or award. The written quotes and
  the above required information must be received at this office
  on or before 01 Sept. 2000, at 2:00 PM Eastern STD. Time All
  responsible sources may submit a quote which will be considered
  by the Marine Corps Logistics Bases,Albany, GA, Contracting
  Dept. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487337)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: National Institute of Standards & Technology, Acquisition
  & Assistance Div.,100 Bureau Drive Stop 3572, Bldg. 301, Rm
  B117, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3572
SUBJECT: X--HOTEL/LODGING, MEALS, RECEPTIONS, AND TRANSPORTATION
  FOR CONFERENCES/MEETING SERVICES.
SOL 52SBNB0C1080
DUE 100500
POC Sharon Blue, Contract Specialist e-mail sharon.blue@nist.gov,
  (301) 975-8831, e-mail sandra.febach@nist.gov, Sandra Febach,
  Contracting Officer (301) 975-6326.
DESC: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  intends to contract for lodging, meals, receptions, and transportation
  for the Conference Program. A multiple-award Indefinite Delivery
  Indefinte Quantity (IDIQ) type contract for a base year with
  four (4) one (1) year options is anticipated. The location
  of the lodging facility to the NIST main entrance shall be
  within a reasonable distance. Offerors shall be able to provide
  sleeping room blocks of up to 200 rooms per meeting, and shall
  provide complimentary van service to and from the Metro and
  NIST on an advance notice basis. Registration area shall be
  able to accommodate up to 500 attendees with an adjacent meeting
  room available from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Plenary session
  room shall be able to accommodate up to 500 attendees theatre
  style or 300 attendees schoolroom style. A maximum of fifteen
  conference rooms shall be set up conference style for approximately
  20 people or set up theatre style for the maximum capacity
  (breakout rooms need not be on one floor). The offeror shall
  set up and maintain all audio-visual equipment requested for
  each conference in accordance with the Statement of Work (SOW)
  attached to the Request for Proposal (RFP). Specific requirements/
  conferences will be funded by issuance of Task Orders. If more
  than one award is made under this solicitation, each awardee
  will be provided a fair opportunity to be considered for each
  order in excess of $2,500. Food and beverages for morning coffee
  breaks, mid-morning breaks, afternoon breaks, luncheons, dinners,
  and receptions will be specified in the SOW. The period of
  performance for this requirement is one (1) base year with
  four (4) one (1) year optional periods. Please acknowledge
  all requirements on proposals. The RFP package will be issued
  on or about September 5, 2000 with proposals due within 30
  calendar days. Please fax your request for a copy of the RFP
  to the attention of Sharon Blue at fax number (301) 963-7732.
  The Standard Industrial Classification is 7011 with a size
  standard of 5 million. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486976)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: Facilities Service Offcice, 4000 DeKalb Technology Pkwy.,
  Ste. 300, Atlanta, GA 30340-2799
SUBJECT: X--ANDERSONVILLE, GA 31711-9998 - MAIN POST OFFICE;
  NEW LEASED CONSTRUCTION OF A POSTAL FACILITY (USPS CONTROLLED
  SITE)
SOL 123125-00-A-R121
DUE 092500
POC Gloria Byers-Harris, Real Estate Specialist, 770/454-0609
DESC: Construction and lease of a new postal facility at Andersonville,
  GA 31711-9998 (Sumter County). USPS controlled site is located
  on Church Street in Andersonville. Site size is 12,400 SF (.285
  acres) and the net interior of the building will contain 1,000
  SF. 20 year lease term with no renewal options. Complete solicitation
  packages may be obtained directly from LDI Printing by calling
  770/939-5277. All charges for solicitation packages are non-refundable.
  For additional ordering information and current planholder
  list on this project, please visit LDI's postal webpage @http://161.58.26.128/usps/index.html.
  Award information on this project will also be available thru
  this webpage. NOTE: The successful offeror will no longer by
  provided free sets of plans and specifications at time of award.
  If you have any questions regarding proposal procedures for
  this project you may call Carolyn Adkins at 770/454-0606. Assistance
  on Real Estate matters should be directed to Gloria Byers-Harris,
  Real Estate Specialist, at 770/454-0609. Assistance on technical
  specs/plans should be directed to Ghainous Diallo, Architect/Engineer,
  at 770/454-0617.
EMAILADD: gbyersha@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487066)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: Facilities Service Offcice, 4000 DeKalb Technology Pkwy.,
  Ste. 300, Atlanta, GA 30340-2799
SUBJECT: X--ORANGE PARK, FL 32073-9998 - FLEMING ISLAND BRANCH;
  NEW LEASED CONSTRUCTION OF A POSTAL FACILITY (USPS CONTROLLED
  SITE)
SOL 123125-00-A-R120
DUE 092500
POC Glen Ackerman, Real Estate Specialist, 770/454-0642
DESC: Construction and lease of a new postal facility at Orange
  Park, FL 32073-9998 (Clay County). USPS controlled site is
  located on the NE corner of Town Center Boulevard and the proposed
  new road south of the Winn Dixie store. Site size is 65,123
  SF (1.495 acres) and the net interior of the building will
  contain 6,500 SF. 20 year lease term with two five-year renewal
  options at fixed prices. Complete solicitation packages may
  be obtained directly from LDI Printing by calling 770/939-5277.
  All charges for solicitation packages are non-refundable. For
  additional ordering information and current planholder list
  on this project, please visit LDI's postal webpage @http://161.58.26.128/usps/index.html.
  Award information on this project will also be available thru
  this webpage. NOTE: The successful offeror will no longer by
  provided free sets of plans and specifications at time of award.
  If you have any questions regarding proposal procedures for
  this project you may call Suzanne Smith at 770/454-0643. Assistance
  on Real Estate matters should be directed to Glen Ackerman,
  Real Estate Specialist, at 770/454-0642. Assistance on technical
  specs/plans should be directed to Mark Longfellow, Architect/Engineer,
  at 770/454-0641. 
EMAILADD: gackerma@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487083)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: DFAS-IN Central Procurement, 8899 E 56th St, Indianapolis
  IN 46249-0240
SUBJECT: X--PHYSICAL FITNESS MEMBERSHIPS
SOL MDA260-00-Q-0024
DUE 083100
POC Carol Pye, Contract Specialist, 317-510-4703/Michael A. Risley,
  Contracting Officer, 317-510-4702
DESC: The Defense Finance and Accounting Service is issuing 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 solicitation; proposals are being requested
  and a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation
  number is MDA260-00-Q-0024 and is issued as a request for quotation
  (RFQ). The solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-18. This acquisition is unrestricted. The standard
  industrial classification code is 7991; the small business
  size standard is $5.0 million. The contract covers base year
  (10/01/00 9/30/01) plus 4 option years (10/1/01 9/30/02, 10/1/02
  9/30/03, 10/1/03 9/30/04, 10/1/04 9/30/05). The contract line
  items, quantity and unit issue are as follows: 0001, military,
  active duty personnel in accordance with Statement of Work,
  12 months; 0002, federal civilian employees in accordance with
  Statement of Work, 12 months (items 0001 and 0002 covers 10/1/00
  9/30/01); 0003, military, active duty personnel in accordance
  with Statement of Work, 12 months; 0004, federal civilian employees
  in accordance with Statement of Work, 12 months (items 0003
  and 0004 covers 10/1/01 9/30/02); 0005, military, active duty
  personnel in accordance with Statement of Work, 12 months;
  0006, federal civilian employees in accordance with Statement
  of Work, 12 months (items 0005 and 0006 covers 10/1/02 9/30/03);
  0007, military, active duty personnel in accordance with Statement
  of Work, 12 months; 0008, federal civilian employees in accordance
  with Statement of Work, 12 months (items 0007 and 0008 covers
  10/1/03 9/30/04); 0009, military, active duty personnel in
  accordance with Statement of Work, 12 months; 0010, federal
  civilian employees in accordance with Statement of Work, 12
  months (10/1/04 9/30/05). STATEMENT OF WORK BEGINS: Statement
  of Work, Physical Fitness and Health and Wellness Extension
  Services for Military and Civilian Employees. Requirement:
  Access to full service physical fitness facilities for civilian
  and military personnel assigned and working in the Emmett J.
  Bean Federal Center, Indianapolis. Scope: The government anticipates
  purchasing: a. 188 memberships for DFAS-IN Military Personnel;
  b. 250 Corporate memberships for DFAS-IN civilian personnel.
  Memberships discounted 15% to 30% from the standard open market
  membership fee. Membership can be used by DFAS military and
  civilians at contractor facilities throughout the U.S. Specifications:
  The contractor shall provide: (1) Access to physical fitness
  facilities, qualified instructors, formal health programs and
  services. (2) Access to the physical fitness facility will
  be through individual membership cards issued to the individual
  by the fitness facility personnel. (3) Privileges of a regular
  membership to include unlimited access at any of the contractors
  facility locations. (4) Services to include, but not be limited
  to, use of an indoor gymnasium, community center or recreation
  center complex with indoor swimming pool, cardiovascular equipment,
  stationary and free weights, workout room, shower and secured
  locker facilities. Facility to be available for use from 5:30am
  until 9:00pm Monday through Friday. (5) Health, wellness and
  educational programs, to include, personal fitness evaluations
  weight management and smoking cessation. Wellness programs
  to be conducted by instructors with current certification from
  either American College of Sports Medicine, American Council
  on Exercise, YMCA or National Commission for Health Education
  Credentialing. (6) The primary facility within reasonable walking
  distance (within 15 minutes) from Emmett J. Bean Federal Center,
  8899 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46249, so the facility
  can be easily accessed by employees before and after duty hours
  or during the normal business day for those individuals who
  opt to use the facility during flex hours, i.e. lunch hour.
  (7) Validate that the civilian employees are enrolled in the
  DFAS wellness program prior to issuing a fitness club corporate
  membership card. (8) Provide a listing of all cards issued
  each month and a monthly utilization report of all membership
  cards. The listings must be provided NLT the tenth working
  day of the following month to the Contracting Officer Representative
  (COR). (9) Monthly billing to the COR for the agency portion
  of the military corporate memberships. (10) Monthly billing
  to the COR for the agency portion of the civilian corporate
  memberships. (11) Direct billing to the civilian employee for
  their balance of the corporate membership costs. (12) The Government
  retains the right to terminate their portion of the membership
  when utilization drops below an average of two visits per week
  over a period of two months. Applicable Regulations and Documents:
  The following references pertain to the physical fitness requirements
  and guidelines: (1) DOD Directive 1010.10. (2) Health Promotion
  and the American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines (ACSM)
  for Exercise Testing and Prescription. (3) AR 215-1, Moral,
  Welfare and Recreation Activities. (4) AR 600-63, Army Health
  Promotion. Points of Contact: Rich Rardin, DFAS-in/CR and 1SG
  Richard D. Lawrence, DFAS-IN Command SGT. STATEMENT OF WORK
  ENDS. This acquisition is being procured under Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures. The Department of Defense requires all contractors
  to be registered in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) no
  later than May 31, 1998 to receive solicitations, contract
  awards or payments. CCR information may be obtained by accessing
  web site www.ccr2000.com or by calling 800-334-3414. The following
  provisions are applicable to this acquisition: 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors Commercial; 52.212-2, Evaluation Commercial Items,
  specific evaluation criteria: price and past performance. Include
  completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications-- Commercial Items with its offer. The following
  clauses are applicable to this acquisition: 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; additional clauses are: 52.203-6,
  Restriction on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with
  Alternate I; 52.219-3, Notice of HUBZone Small Business Set-Aside;
  52.219-4, Notice of Price Evaluation Preference for HUBZone
  Small Business Concerns; 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business
  Concerns; 52.219-9, Small Business Subcontracting Plan; 52.219-14,
  Limitations on Subcontracting; 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation
  Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns; 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity;
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers
  with Disabilities; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era; 52.225-3, Buy American
  Act North American Free Trade Agreement-Israeli Trade Act Balance
  of Payments Program; 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds
  Transfer Central Contractor Registration; 52.232-34, Payment
  by Electronic Funds Transfer Other than Central Contractor
  Registration ; 52.232-36, Payment by Third Party; 52.217-5,
  Evaluation of Options; 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services;
  52.217-9, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract; 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era; 52.222-36, Affirmative
  Action for Workers with Disabilities; 52.222-37, Employment
  Reports on Disabled Veterans. The full text of a solicitation
  provision may be accessed electronically at these addresses:
  http://www.arnet.gov/far; http://farsite.hill.af.mil; or http://www.dtic.mil/dfars.
  Offers are due 8/31/00 at 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time to
  DFAS-IN, Contracting Support Office, 8899 East 56th Street,
  Room 231E, Indianapolis, IN 46249. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer. No telephonic requests or questions will
  be accepted. Questions may be faxed to 317-510-4698 or email
  carol.pye@dfas.mil. Please reference the above Solicitation
  Number. See Note 22. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487182)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
OFFADD: Corporation for National Service, Office of Procurement,
  1201 New York Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20525
SUBJECT: X--LEASE OR RENTAL OF FACILITES FOR RESIDENTIAL CAMPUS
SOL N/A
DUE 091800
POC Simon G. Woodard, (202) 606-5000, ext. 114; FAX (202) 565-2804
DESC: The Corporation for National Service (Corporation) is searching
  for a Campus location in The Western United States (Arizona,
  California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington). The facility
  would house Corps members and provide working space for related
  staff for its residential program, the National Civilian Community
  Corps (NCCC), Western Region. Optimally, the facility needs
  to be available for occupation by mid-December, 2000. Main
  Campus Requirements (1) Facilities (a) adequate housing for
  at least 300 Corps Members (rooms to sleep no more than 3),
  (b) office space for 25, (c) dedicated or shared classrooms,
  (d) preferably within 10 minute driving commute to a military
  base/college or university/other activity with a dining facilities
  or use of dining facility as a tenant and shared cost or individual
  cooking capacity, (f) access to a conference hall/meeting facility
  to accommodate 100 corps and staff members four to five times
  a year, parking spaces for 30, 15 passenger vans/cargo vehicles
  and 70 private vehicles, (g) meet all applicable OSHA requirements.
  (2) Location (a) in a metropolitan area with a population at
  least 1 million (b) preferably be close to sources of transportation
  (rail, air); (3) Costs (a) the Corporation will pay reasonable
  costs associated with their usage of the facilities. Organizations
  interested in improving their community and assisting others
  by providing facilities for this volunteer national service
  corps, are encourages to submit proposals. Proposals must be
  submitted in writing , signed by a person authorized to negotiate
  on behalf of the proposer with the Government and sent to the
  address shown in this announcement no later than COB, September
  18, 2000. 
EMAILADD: swoodard@cns.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487374)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Departmental Offices/Procurement
  Services Division (DO/PSD), Procurement Services Division (PSD),
  1310 G Street, N.W., Suite 400 East, Washington, DC, 20220
SUBJECT: X--PARKING SPACES IN DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON, DC
SOL A-00-0032
DUE 082800
POC Patricia Wolfe, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 622-2888,
  Fax (202) 622-2343, Email patricia.wolfe@do.treas.gov - Norman
  Wakefield, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-622-9391, Fax 202-622-2343,
  Email
DESC: The Office of Inspector General has a requirement for 15-20
  parking spaces for the period October 1, 2000 to September
  30, 2001 in downtown Washington, DC. The parking space boundaries
  are: North - I Street NW; South - F Street NW; East 12th Street
  NW; and West - 17th Street NW.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=R&ProjID=A-00-0032&LocID=1768
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: patricia.wolfe@do.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487248)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration & Naturalization
  Service, 7701 N. Stemmons Freeway (ACDCAP), Dallas, Texas 75247
SUBJECT: X--TEMPORARY HOUSING
SOL ACD-0-Q-0213
POC Tongee Flemming, Contract Specialist, 214/905-5392
DESC: X--The Immigration and Naturalization Service, Dallas,
  Texas is conducting Market Research to ascertain if there are
  contractors (i.e. Realty Management Firms, Hotels/Motels, Apartments,
  and Corporate Housing) available to house approximately one
  hundred twenty (120) employees (approx 60 rooms) for a period
  of twenty-five (25) days, beginning February 3, 2002 through
  February 28, 2002. The rooms shall be located within Salt Lake
  City or in Park City, UT. All units must be together in the
  same location. The temporary units can be furnished apartments,
  free standing single family dwelling units, duplexes, town
  homes, corporate housing, and/or hotel type accommodations.
  Utilities such as gas, electric and water will be provided
  and paid for by the facility owner. Cable connections and phone
  connections must be made available. At a minimum, centralized
  laundry services will be made available at no expense to the
  residents. Minimum furnishing requirements will be as follows:
  complete living room arrangement, i.e. sofa, lounge chair,
  coffee table, television and television stands, if applicable.
  Complete kitchen ensemble to include full size refrigerator,
  stove with full size oven, dishwasher, and kitchen table w/chairs.
  Complete furnishings for each bedroom, to include bed linens,
  towels and washcloths. Housekeeping, to include cleaning and
  vacuuming will be accomplished by the facility owner at no
  cost to the resident. At a minimum, smoke detectors will be
  present in each dwelling unit and carbon monoxide detectors
  will be provided if gas is used as a heating/cooking source.
  Units will have central HVAC units that are controlled by the
  residents. All interested parties should submit information
  about your company (size, location etc.), its services and
  any pricing and deposit information to Tongee Flemming. Information
  can be faxed to (214) 767-7458, or mailed to Immigration &
  Naturalization (ACDCAP), 7701 N. Stemmons Frwy, Dallas, TX
  75247. Solicitations are not available at this time. Requests
  for a solicitation will not receive a response, as this notice
  does not constitute a commitment by the Government. All information
  submitted in response to this announcement is voluntary; the
  Government will not pay for information requested nor will
  it compensate any respondent for any cost incurred in developing
  information provided tot he Government. Information received
  will be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487320)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: NASA/Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston Texas, 77058-3696,
  Mail Code: BJ
SUBJECT: Y--REPLACE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT AT BUILDING
  322 AT JOHNSON SPACE CENTER
SOL 9-BJ33-T13-0-26Q
DUE 092000
POC  Frances B. Davidson, Contract Specialist, Phone (281) 483-4176,
  Fax (281) 483-9741, Email frances.b.davidson1@jsc.nasa.gov
  - Rodney J. Etchberger, Contracting Officer, Phone (281) 483-8530,
  Fax (281) 483-9741, Email rodney.j.etchberger1@jsc.nasa.gov
DESC: This notice 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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This procurement is being issued as a Request
  for Quotations to replace the entire electrical distribution
  system located within Building 322. Distribution equipment
  includes 480 volt switchgear and its associated circuit breakers,
  instrumentation and control, Motor Control Center (MCC), lighting
  and receptacle panels, light fixtures, HVAC equipment, and
  Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) instrumentation and controls.
  This task consists of disconnecting, removing and replacing
  all electrical equipment in Building 322. The replacement of
  PLC and assessories is a specialized requirement. The replacement
  is to include labeling and disconnecting all field wiring,
  custom fitting the new PLC hardware in the new MCC, verifying
  point-to-point wiring diagram for PLC and accessories, downloading
  the existing program from existing PLC and reloading it into
  the new PLC and reconnecting field wiring to new PLC. The provisions
  and clauses in the RFQ are those in effect through FAC 97-19.
  The SIC code and the small business size standard for this
  procurement are 1731 and $7M, respectively. The quoter shall
  state in its quotation its size status for this procurement.
  This project is open to both large and small business. The
  DPAS rating for this procurement is DO-C2. MANDATORY SITE VISIT:
  In order to propose on this project the offeror must attend
  the site visit scheduled for August 24, 2000, 10:00 A.M., Building
  45, Room 712D, Johnson Space Center. The specifications, drawings,
  and Wage Determination TX000010, Modification 5 dated August
  11, 2000 will be provided to each offeror at the site visit.
  Questions regarding this acquisition must be submitted in writing
  no later than Close of Business (COB) August 29, 2000 to Frances
  Davidson at 281-483-4176 or FAX 281-483-9741. Offers for the
  item described above are due by 4:00 P.M. CST on September
  20, 2000 and delivered to Building 45, Room 724, Johnson Space
  Center or mailed to NASA/Johnson Space Center, Attn: Frances
  Davidson, Mail Code BJ33, 2101 NASA Road 1, Houston, TX 77058-3696.
  Offer must include, solicitation number, FOB destination to
  the Center, proposed delivery schedule, discount/payment terms,
  warranty duration (if applicable), taxpayer identification
  number (TIN), identification of any special commercial terms,
  and be signed by an authorized company representative. Quoters
  are encouraged to use the Standard Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order
  for Commercial Items form found at URL: http://procure.arc.nasa.gov/Acq/Forms/Index.html
  to submit a quotation. If the end product(s) quoted is other
  than domestic end product(s) as defined in the clause entitled
  "Buy American Act -- Supplies," the quoter shall so state and
  shall list the country of origin. The Representations and Certifications
  required by FAR 52.2l2-3 may be obtained via the internet at
  URL: http://ec.msfc.nasa.gov/msfc/pub/reps_certs/sats/ FAR
  52.212-5 is applicable and the following identified clauses
  are incorporated by reference. 52.222-26, 52.222-37, and 52.232-34.
  The FAR may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.arnet.gov/far/
  The NFS may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/procurement/regs/nfstoc.htm
  Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses for the construction
  phase apply to this project. Wage Determination TX000010, Modification
  Number 5 dated 08/11/2000 and Safety Requirements for Construction
  Contractor Safety Plan are also applicable. A twenty percent
  Bid Bond is required with each proposal. Performance and Payment
  Bonds are required from the successful offeror at the time
  of award. Technical acceptability will be determined by information
  submitted by the offeror providing a description in sufficient
  detail to show that the product quoted meets the Government's
  requirement. Award will be based upon overall best value to
  the Government, with consideration given to the factors of
  proposed technical merits, price and past performance; other
  critical requirements (i.e., delivery) if so stated in the
  RFQ will also be considered. Unless otherwise stated in the
  solicitation, for selection purposes, technical, price and
  past performance are essentially equal in importance. It is
  critical that offerors provide adequate detail to allow evaluation
  of its offer (see FAR 52.212-1(b). Offerors must include complete
  copies of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certificates -Commercial Items with their offer. These
  may be obtained via the internet at URL: http://ec.msfc.nasa.gov/msfc/pub/reps_certs/midrange/
  . These representations and certifications will be incorporated
  by reference in any resultant contract. An ombudsman has been
  appointed - See NASA Specific Note "B". Prospective offerors
  shall notify this office of their intent to submit an offer.
  It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor the following
  Internet site for the release of amendments (if any): http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=73
  Potential quoters will be responsible for downloading their
  own copy of this combination synopsis/solicitation and amendments
  (if any). 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=73#9-BJ33-T13-0-26Q
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: frances.b.davidson1@jsc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486978)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Northern Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command,
  10 Industrial Highway, Mail Stop #82, Lester, PA 19113-2090
SUBJECT: Y--DESIGN/CONSTRUCT INTELLIGENCE AND RECONNAISSANCE
  LABORATORY, AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY, ROME, NY
SOL N62472-99-R-0040
DUE 100100
POC Andrew Donahue, Contract Specialist, (610) 595-0627
DESC: This is a Procurement Notice: This is a design/build contract.
  The contractor shall design, engineer and construct a 9700SM
  new addition to Building 2 to house an electronics research
  laboratory space with secret compartmentalized information
  facilities, engineering support, administrative and storage
  areas. Renovate portion of existing warehouse in Building 2
  West Wing by constructing a 970SM Multimedia Suite. Project
  includes necessary infrastructure upgrades to electrical, mechanical
  and structural systems. Demolition of most existing structures
  will be done by others. The contract may contain Options at
  the discretion of the government. The estimated cost range
  is greater than $10,000,000. The SIC is 1541 and the Small
  Business Size Standard is $17 million for this project. This
  project is being issued on an unrestricted basis. Design-build
  procedures shall be utilized for the construction of this facility.
  This will be a best value procurement. The Government will
  conduct a two-phase design-build selection process. The first
  phase will require interested firms to respond to technical/management
  factors and provide information for both their construction
  team and their design team. The most highly qualified offerors,
  up to a maximum of five (5), will be selected to proceed to
  Phase II. Under Phase II, the offeror(s) will be required to
  submit a technical and a price proposal. It is estimated that
  the Request for Proposal package for Phase I will be available
  1 September 2000. Offerors selected to participate in Phase
  II of the source selection are advised that it is intended
  to award without discussions or any contact concerning the
  proposals received. Therefore, proposals should be submitted
  initially on the most favorable terms. Offerors should not
  assume that they will be contacted or afforded an opportunity
  to qualify, discuss, or revise their proposals. This Request
  for Proposal package will only be available on the Internet.
  The address for downloading this solicitation from the internet
  is: www.esol.navfac.navy.mil Downloading from the Internet
  is free of charge. All prospective offerors should register
  on the NAVFAC Electronic Solicitation Internet Website (www.esol.navfac.navy.mil)
  for this project by clicking on the Entrance Button to access.
  You must first create an account. You may view our site without
  an account, but you will not be able to register for a solicitation
  unless you have an account. Input your Company's information,
  then click on "Submit" and follow the rest of the instructions.
  When the Request for Proposal package becomes available, your
  company will receive an e-mail letting you know that you can
  now download the RFP package from the Internet. An official
  Planholders list will be maintained on-line and can be printed
  from the web site. Planholders lists will not be faxed and
  will only be available from the website. Recording and blueprint
  companies are also required to register. Notification of any
  changes to this solicitation (Amendments) shall be made only
  on the internet. Per the Debt Collection Improvement Act of
  1996, the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement
  (DFAR) has been amended to require all contractors to register
  in the Department of Defense (DOD) Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) Database. Be advised for solicitations issued after May
  31, 1998, failure to register in the CCR makes an offeror ineligible
  for award of DOD contracts. Information regarding this registration
  may be obtained by accessing our website at www.ccr.disc.dla.mil
  or by referring to DFARS Subpart 204.73. Offerors should submit
  verification of their firm's registration in the CCR Database
  with their proposal. Questions concerning this project may
  be faxed to Andy Donahue at 610-595-0644.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487088)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, (CESWL-CT),
  PO Box 867 Little Rock, AR 72203-0867
SUBJECT: Y--BEAVER TAILWATER RESTORATION PROJECT
SOL DACW03-00-T-0048
DUE 092800
POC Naomi Hayden, Contract Specialist, for questions regarding
  the work, 501-324-5165; Jerrod Whittington, for questions regarding
  orders for plans and specs, 501-324-6844) 
DESC: This work consists of constructing and placing in the river
  channel 60 in-stream habitat structures, 3 log retaining walls,
  and 1 stone weir deflection structure. This job is unrestricted
  and the magnitude is $25,000 to $100,000. Issue date will be
  on or about 091200 and bid opening will be on or about 092800.
   There is no charge, and interested firms should request the
  solicitation by registering on our Internet Homepage at the
  web link below, by mail to the above address, by FAX to 501-324-5196,
  or by e-mail at the e-mail link shown below by providing the
  following information: Name of Firm, Point of Contact, Mailing
  Address, Street Address for Parcel Delivery Service, Telephone
  and FAX (numbers to include area code), E-mail Address, Level
  of Participation (General Contractor, Subcontractor, Supplier,
  or Plans Room), and Large or Small Business Status. Failure
  to provide this information may cause a delay in receiving
  the CD-ROM and amendments. 
LINKURL: http://ebs.swl.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  here)
EMAILADD: DLL-CESWLSPECS@swl02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487229)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Okanogan
  National Forest, 1240 S. Second Ave., Okanogan, WA 98840
SUBJECT: Y--BIG TREE TRAILHEAD AND TRAIL CONSTRUCTION, ON THE
  OKANOGAN/WENATCHEE NATIONAL FORESTS
SOL RFP-R6-8-00-24
POC Rita M. Robson 509-826-3392 Procurement Assistant
DESC: This project was originally advertised as RFP-R6-8-00-24
  Lost Lake Campground, it is being modified to included Big
  Tree Trail. This project involves the construction of a parking
  lot, installation of a Toilet, and the construction of several
  trails with an overlook. The Trailhead consists of construction
  of a parking lot with "Government Furnished" crushed aggregate
  surfacing, installation of "Government Furnished" signs and
  vault toilet. Hauling and placing of barrier boulders will
  also be required. The trail work will consist of both construction,
  reconstruction of a trail, and construction of a small overlook.
  A rail fence and handrail will be constructed along a portion
  of the trail. There will also be some trail obilteration involved.
  One small bridge will be constructed. The trails and overlook
  will be surfaced with crushed aggregate which will need to
  be purchased from a commercial site. The project is located
  on the Tonasket Ranger District of the Okanogan/Wenatchee National
  Forests. From Tonasket travel on the state route 20 East for
  24 miles to the Bonaparte Recreation Area Exit. Turn left onto
  county road 4953 which turns into forest road 32. Continue
  on forest road 32 to the junction with road 33. Turn left on
  road 33 and travel 4.7 miles to the Big Tree Trailhead site.
  This location is also in the vicinity of where a portion of
  the trail and the overlook will be constructed. Proceed on
  road 33 to the junction with road 3200050. Turn left and proceed
  to the Lost Lake Campground. The beginning of the trail is
  located across the road from the Lost Lake Guard House at the
  entrance to the campground. The estimated value of the solicitation
  is between $25,000 - $100,000. Desired start work date is 10/1/2000.
  The qualified Contracting Officers Representative is Sam Hanan,
  509-826-3071.Kris Bellini will be the Contracting Officer on
  this project, 509-826-3072. If you have already requested this
  solicitation under the previous name you need not request it
  again, if you would like to request this solictation please
  FAX your request to 509-826-3064, or e-mail rrobson@fs.fed.us.
EMAILADD: rrobson@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487237)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: GSA, PBS, Property Development (4PCC), Suite 2500, 401
  West Peachtree St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30365-2550
SUBJECT: Y--NEW CONSTRUCTION OF U.S. COURTHOUSE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
SOL GS-04P-00-EXC-0018
POC Linda Lockett (404) 331-4624
DESC: CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW
  U.S. COURTHOUSE-ORLANDO, FLORIDA, Request for Proposal (RFP)
  No. GS-04P-00-EXC-0018. This notice announces the soliciation
  requirement for construction of the new U.S. Courthouse, Orlando,
  Florida. Minor changes to the previous pre-solicitation notice
  regarding the Participation Phase during Stage II and Stage
  III and final submission of the contractor's revised technical
  proposal and revised price proposal are included herein. Construction
  contractors may continue to request to be put on the Bidder's
  Mailing List by submitting a one page letter to the attention
  of Linda F. Lockett, Contract Specialist, General Services
  Administration (GSA), Property Development Division, 401 West
  Peachtree Street, N.W., Suite 2500, Atlanta, GA 30308; If an
  offeror submitted a response to the previous notices, then
  it is not necessary to resubmit a second response; however,
  offerors may continue to submit their initial requests up until
  the issuance of the RFP; The courthouse will consist of approximately
  28,642 m2 (308,304 gsf) including 1,300 m2 (14,000 gsf) for
  indoor parking; The Estimated Construction Cost at Award for
  the project is $50,000,000 to $57,000,000; The Request for
  Proposal (RFP) is tentatively scheduled to be issued on September
  15, 2000; A Pre-Proposal Conference and site visit is tentatively
  scheduled to be held approximately ten (10) days following
  the issuance of the RFP, to answer questions that offerors
  may have concerning the price and technical evaluation criteria.
  A Small Business Subcontracting Networking Session is scheduled
  to immediately follow the Pre-Proposal Conference. GSA intends
  to contract for complete construction services for a new U.S.
  Courthouse in Orlando, Florida with construction contractors
  that offer the best overall value to the Government by demonstrating
  a commitment to construction excellence, by providing and maintaining
  a viable team organization and by adherence to the budgetary
  and time parameters for this project. The proposed U.S. Courthouse
  will be constructed in the Orlando Downtown Business District.
  The building will be occupied by the U.S. District Courts,
  U.S. Magistrate Courts, District Clerk of Court, U.S. Probation
  Court, Circuit Satellite Library, the U.S. Marshal Service,
  U.S. Pretrial and GSA joint use space. The courthouse will
  provide approximately eight district courtrooms, approximately
  six magistrate courtrooms, offices, sallyport, detention cells,
  ADP area, and joint use GSA space for conference/training rooms,
  food services, etc. Approximately thirty-five (35) secured,
  indoor parking spaces will be provided. In addition, the project
  will include a maximum of 200 surface parking spaces to accommodate
  official vehicles and the handicapped. Occupancy is planned
  for FY 2004. This procurement is advertised on an unrestricted
  basis. The Standard Industrial Code for this procurement is
  1542. The project is in Metric Units of Measure. The contractor
  selected will be required to supply all labor, materials and
  supervision to perform the complete services as required by
  the Scope of Work under the resultant contract. The contractor
  will be chosen competitively utilizing FAR Part 15 Source Selection
  procedures in conjunction with the Best Value Trade-off process.
  Based on the complexity and importance of this project, the
  Government deems it to be in its best interest to consider
  award to other than the lowest priced offeror or other than
  the highest technically rated offeror. Therefore, combined
  technical evaluation factors will be significantly more important
  than cost or price. The final price will encompass all-inclusive
  costs for the entire project including the administrative cost
  of processing change orders throughout the course of this project.
   The Government anticipates the award of a Fixed-Price Incentive
  (Successive Targets) Contract (see FAR Part 16.403-2), based
  on a final negotiated or accepted price, to the contractor
  that offers the best overall value to the Government. The primary
  objective of this process is to select the most technically
  qualified contractor that offers the best overall value to
  the Government when all factors including price are considered.
  The entire procurement process will be performed in three (3)
  Stages. Stage I Submission: During this stage, the Government
  will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for technical and price
  submissions at 30% design completion documents from those firms
  responding to any of the Pre-Solicitation CBD announcements.
  Any scope changes by the Government that may result from the
  pre-proposal conference may be incorporated into the Scope
  of Work at any time prior to the final request for price proposal
  submission at no recompense to the offeror(s). The technical
  factors will be as follows - point total 1000: (1) Offeror's
  Experience on Similar Projects (200 Points); (2) Offeror's
  Past Performance on Similar Projects (200 Points); (3) Experience
  and Qualifications of Key Personnel of the Prime (150 Points)
  and (4) Management Plan Outline (50 Points). The submission
  of price will be simultaneous with the submission of the technical
  data but under separate cover and will be based on documents
  supplied by the A-E design firm relative to the 30% design
  completion. This price should reflect the contractor's Firm-Fixed
  Price Proposal for General Contractor Services and a separate
  Proposed Target Cost and Target Profit for the remainder of
  the work which will be incentivized. The Ceiling Price (total
  price for all contract work) will be provided in the RFP. Following
  the evaluation of the technical proposals, a competitive range
  of no more than three (3) contractors that offer the best values
  will be selected in accordance with FAR Part 15.306-(c) to
  further compete in Stages II and III. Any and all cost saving
  concepts and scope improvement measures submitted or discussed
  by the offerors as part of Stage II and III becomes the property
  of the Government and may be incorporated into the drawings
  and specifications for use under this project at no recompense
  to the offeror. Stage II Submission: During this stage those
  firms selected within the competitive range will enter into
  the Participation Phase of the solicitation. The offerors are
  expected to be involved in the participation phase from approximately
  30% completion of design development through 95% completion
  of construction documents. The level of effort in this phase
  includes the following: participation in a 3- 4 day value engineering
  workshop - including preparation of written comments, perform
  one constructability review during Design Development at 40%-60%
  design complete, prepare one independent estimate during Design
  Development at 40% - 60% design complete and lastly at 95%
  design complete perform a review of the construction documents
  in preparation for a presentation to GSA, in Stage III, where
  final recommendations for improvement of the project will be
  identified. Following the completion of this phase, the offerors'
  efforts will be evaluated by the evaluation board as follows:
  Stage II Technical Evaluation Factors: (5) Design Development
  Participation Phase (250 Points maximum) will consist of the
  following sub-factors: #1. Value Engineering Workshop (50 pts.);
  #2Written Comments/Ideas (50 pts.); #3Design Development Constructability
  Review 70%+/- (50 pts.); #4 Estimate Development (50 pts.);
  and #5 95% Construction Document Review (50 pts.). The offerors
  will be provided a predetermined stipend (approximately $30,000
  for each firm for total effort) for their services rendered
  during this phase. This stipend is to be paid to all firms
  in the competitive range that participate in good faith following
  award to the successful offeror. The score for Factor (5) will
  not be evaluated until later in Stage III. Stage III Submission:
  During this Stage, Factor (6), Construction Document Phase
  (150 Points maximum) will consist of the following sub-factors:
  #1 Construction Document Presentation (50 pts); #2 Detailed
  Project Management Plan and Technical Approach (50 pts); and
  #3 Subcontractor Qualifications (50 pts maximum) which will
  include the following sub-factors: #1 Information on Subcontractor
  (25 pts) and Small Business Subcontracting Plan (25 pts). The
  offerors in the competitive range will engage in discussion
  with GSA, this should include a discussion of the offerors'
  submission of their management plan and subcontractor information.
  After the discussion, the Government will request a revised
  technical proposal and revised price proposal including contractor's
  Firm-Fixed Price Proposal for General Contractor Services and
  a separate Proposed Target Cost and Target Profit for the remainder
  of the work which will be incentivized, along with a mandatory,
  proactive Subcontracting Plan, pursuant to FAR Part 19.705-4
  encompassing the following minimum Socio-Economic Program minimum
  goals: Small Business (23%), Small Disadvantaged Business (5%),
  Small Women-Owned Business (5%) and HUBZone Businesses (1.5%).
  A failure to submit this plan in conjunction with the Stage
  III final price proposal, when requested, will render the offer
  unacceptable. All correspondence in response to this announcement
  must clearly indicate the solicitation number GS-04P-00-EXC-0018.
  Offerors are encouraged to submit their proposals on their
  most favorable terms and following the combination of the evaluation
  of technical factors 1-6 with the final price proposal submission,
  the Government will award to the firm that offers the best
  value.   Following the Pre-Proposal Conference that is scheduled
  during Stage I, the General Services Administration (GSA) will
  host a Subcontracting Opportunities Networking Session for
  Small, Small Disadvantaged, Minority, and Woman-Owned Businesses.
  The Networking Session is intended to affirm GSA's recognition
  of the talent that exists in the small business community and
  its commitment to opening a dialogue between the community
  and the firms which are considering bidding on this project.
  Prospective small business subcontractors will be given an
  opportunity to network with potential prime contractors and
  to showcase their special talents and abilities as qualified
  subcontractors. Questions about the Networking Session should
  be directed to either David Gibson, GSA Small Business Contact
  for the Project (404) 331-2366; Internet: DavidA.Gibson@GSA.Gov,
  or to Pat Geisinger, GSA Small Business Technical Advisor,
  Office of Enterprise Development (404)331-3031; Internet PatGeisinger@GSA.GOV.
   THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PRICE OR TECHNICAL PROPOSALS. End
  of CBD 
CITE: (W-230 SN487310)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Federal Highway Administration, 21400 Ridgetop Circle,
  Sterling, VA 20166
SUBJECT: Y--BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY PROJECT PRA-BLRI 2R16
SOL DTFH71-00-B-00044
DUE 101000
POC Gary Brown Engineering Coordinator 703-404-6284
DESC: Sealed bids from all business concerns will be accepted
  for the Blue Ridge Parkway Project PRA-BLRI 2R16, in Buncombe
  County, North Carolina. . The project work includes asphalt
  resurfacing of 3 ramps, reconstruction of 1 ramp, drainage,
  steel-backed timber guardrail, reconditioning of shoulders,
  landslide repair, and other miscellaneous work from Milepost
  383.5 to 393.3.  The project is expected to fall within the
  price range of $1,000,000 and $5,000,000.   Bid documents
  are scheduled to be issued on or about September 4, 2000. Bids
  will be due on or about October 10, 2000. Interested parties
  should telephone 800-892-8776 to order bid documents. There
  is no fee for bid documents. Please call 703-404-6288 to verify
  availability of the bid documents. Final issue and due dates
  and the list of planholders will be posted on our website under
  "Procurement Information". Internet address: www.efl.fha.dot.gov.
  All requests for bid documents will be mailed first class.
  It is strongly recommended that requests for bid documents
  be received 7 calendar days before bid opening to ensure receipt
  of requested materials. Requests for 'faxing' or overnight
  mailing will not be accepted.   ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned,
  and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs)  The Department
  of Transportation (DOT), offers working capital financing and
  bonding assistance for transportation related contracts. DOT's
  Bonding Assistance Program (BAP) offers bid, performance and
  payment bonds on contracts up to $1,000,000. DOT's Short-Term
  Lending Program (STLP) offers lines of credit to finance accounts
  receivable. 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://www.efl.fha.dot.gov
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487342)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: VA Palo Alto Healthcare Systems (640/90C), 3801 Miranda
  Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304-1290
SUBJECT: Y--UPGRADE/RENOVATE BLDG 331 NURSING HOME
SOL 261-0194-00
DUE 092600
POC Tracy Marasco @ 650-493-5000, ext. 65825
DESC: VA VISN 21 Consolidated Contracting Activity is requiring
  a construction company to provide all necessary labor, equipment,
  materials, transportation and supervision to Upgrade Interior
  Finishes, Bldg. 331, B & D Wings at the VA Palo Alto Health
  Care System, Menlo Park Division. Work consists of, but is
  not limited to, demolition, mechanical, electrical, plumbing,
  HVAC, concrete and other miscellaneous work necessary to complete
  the project. The Project will be highly profiled due to the
  patient care areas being constructed. Contractor shall take
  TOP measures in prioritizing, coordinating and cooperating
  with current VA Health Care Staff & Patients. Specifications
  and drawings will be made available on or about August 21,
  2000. Bid packages can be ordered and purchased through Peninsula
  Blueprint, Inc., 1400 W. Middlefield Road, Mountain View, CA,
  Telephone (650)997-1966, Attention: Brian Blum or Edward Lazzano.
  A MANDATORY BID WALK is scheduled for Thursday, September 7,
  2000 at 1:00pm. All Interested bidders are to meet at VAPAHCS
  Menlo Park division @ 795 Willow Road, Menlo Park, Ca In front
  of Bldg 331 (Nursing Home). All Questions will only be responded
  to in writing via Fax to Tracy Marasco (650) 852-3443 No telephonic
  questions will be accepted nor answered. Bid due date is September
  26th, 2000 at 2:OOPM. 
EMAILADD: tracy.marasco@va.med.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487428)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, Contracts Group, 1150 N. Curtis
  Road, Suite 100, Boise, Idaho 83706-1234
SUBJECT: Z--INSTALLATION OF CHAIN LINK FENCE AT MINIDOKA DAM
SOL 142500SQ100340
DUE 091500
POC Sue Fraser, 208 378-5103
DESC: The Pacific Northwest Region of the Bureau of Reclamation
  has a requirement for the removal, purchase and installation
  of chain link fencing at Minidoka Dam located on the Snake
  River approximately six miles south of the town of Minidoka,
  Minidoka County, Idaho. The scope of the work includes: providing
  and installing approximately 2025 feet of new perimeter security
  6 ft., 19 gauge, chain link fence with 1 5/8 inch top rail,
  1 7/8 inch line posts, and 2 3/8 inch end posts; providing
  and installing rolled razor wire on all existing and new perimeter
  security fence and on selected retaining walls; providing and
  installing five 4 ft x 6 ft person gates; providing and installing
  one 6 ft x 24 ft remote control gate; removal of existing fence
  and fence posts no longer needed from interior compound areas.
  In lieu of new material, reuse as much of the existing fencing
  as possible in completing the project; removal and reinstallation
  of double gate in new location. This requirement is offered
  under the Small Competitive Demonstration Program. SIC-1779,
  size standard $11.5 million. 
EMAILADD: sfraser@pn.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-229 SN486944)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Army Engineers District, Wilmington District, Corps
  of Engineers, P.O. Box 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890
SUBJECT: Z--MODIFICATION TO SUBMISSION NO. 470212
SOL DACW54-00-B-0012
DUE 100400
POC Danny Kissam CESAW-CT (910-251-4424)
DESC: Solicitation No. DACW54-00-B-0012 is hereby modified to
  incorporate the following work previously advertised under
  DACW54-00-B-0018 dated July 14, 2000.  Maintenance Dredging
  in Manteo (Shallowbag) Bay, NC (Old House Channel and Channel
  to Wanchese), NC, Silver Lake Harbor, NC (Big Foot Slough &
  Entrance Channel), Rollinson Channel, NC (Hatteras Ferry Channel),
  and Diking/Sandbagging Island H.  All Firms who have expressed
  interest in and requested a copy of plans and specifications
  for B-0018 shall be provided a copy of Plans and Specifications
  for B-0012 (on CD-Rom) when it is issued. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486945)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USAED, Sacramento, Corps of Engineers, Contracting Division,
  1325 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814-2922
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR CAVITATED SLIDE GATES AT COYOTE DAM
SOL DACW07-00-Q-0145
DUE 090500
POC Beverly Hatfield, 916-557-5232
DESC: PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CORRECTION: THE SOLICITATION
  NUMBER FOR THIS JOB IS BEING CORRECTED FROM DACW07-00-Q-0145
  TO DACW05-00-Q-0145.  PLEASE BE SURE TO USE DACW05-00-Q-0145
  WHEN MAKING REFERENCE TO THIS SOLICIATION. PROJECT TITLE AND
  DESCRIPTION: Repair cavitated slide gates at Coyote Dam (Lake
  Mendocino) Mendocino County, Ukiah, California. ORDERING SOLICITATION:
  Solicitation for this project must be ordered by the CUT OFF
  DATE of 08/23/00 to ensure receipt of bed set. Orders received
  beyond the CUT OFF DATE of 08/23/00 will not be honored. There
  will be no charge for this solicitation. Solicitation will
  be mailed out on or about 8/25/00. Because a limited number
  of sets will be reproduced, copies are limited to one set per
  firm. Firms are requested to provide their name, street and
  mailing address, telephone and fax number, and the quotation
  number of the project when requesting a solicitation package.
  All responsible small business sources may submit a quote which
  will be considered by the agency. For more information on the
  solicitation, please contact the Contract Specialist, Beverly
  Hatfield at FAX: 916-557-7854 or e-mail: bhatfield@spk.usace.army.mil.
  SIC CODE: The SIC Code for this job is: 1629 (Dam Construction,
  This RFQ is being processed under the simplified acquisition
  procedure). Please note that the contractors and potential
  contractors must be registered with the Centeral Contractor
  Registration (CCR) database effective May 31, 1998. For instructions
  on registering with the CCR, please see our webpage at http://ebs.spk.usace.army.mil/

CITE: (W-229 SN486959)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: OIC/OICC, EFA NW Field Office, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard,
  Code 910C, 1400 Farragut Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98314-5001
SUBJECT: Z--INDEFINITE QUANTITY ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE AT THE PUGET
  SOUND NAVAL SHIPYARD COMPLEX, BREMERTON, WASHINGTON
SOL N44255-00-B-2036
DUE 100200
POC Karen McCarthy, Contract Specialist (360) 476-6748
DESC: PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE. The intention of this contract
  is to provide a firm-fixed (lump sum) and Indefinite Quantity
  Elevator and Dumbwaiter Maintenance Contract with a base performance
  year and four (4) option years at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
  Complex ( Naval Station Bremerton, Fleet Industrial and Supply
  Center (FISC), and Defense Depot Puget West (DDPW)). Options
  may be exercised without further notification. The service
  shall provide all labor, supervision, equipment, and materials/supplies
  (except as specified as GF) in accordance with the requirements
  of the solicitation to perform the maintenance, repair, inspection,
  and testing services of elevators and dumbwaiters as specified
  therein. The Standard Industrial Classification Code is 1796.
  The related Small Business Size Standard is $11.5 million.
  This procurement is unrestricted. The contract minimum quantity
  is $25,000. In accordance with FAR 5.102(a)(7), this solicitation
  will be limited to distribution on electrical medium; plans
  and specifications will be available for download free of charge
  via the Internet World Wide Web at http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil.
  Hard copies (paper) or CD-ROM WILL NOT be provided by the Government.
  The official plan holder's list will be maintained on the web-site
  and will not be mailed or faxed. All prospective offerors,
  subcontractors, suppliers, and plan centers are encouraged
  to register as plan holders. Note: This planholders list may
  not include those planholders obtaining the solicitation from
  other media distributors. Registering firms and plan centers
  must provide a complete company name, complete mailing address,
  area code and phone number, offeror type (Prime, Subcontractor,
  Supplier or Plan Room), company e-mail address, and business
  size (Small business, Small Disadvantaged Business, Woman-Owned
  Small Business, or Large Business). Notification of any amendments
  and/or changes to the solicitation will be made only on the
  Internet at http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil. THEREFORE IT IS
  THE OFFEROR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK THE WEB-SITE PERIODICALLY
  FOR ANY AMENDMENTS OR NOTICES TO THIS SOLICITATION. If a large
  business concern, a subcontracting plan shall be submitted
  in accordance with FAR 52.219-9 SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING
  PLAN (OCT 1999) ALTERNATE I (JAN 1999). All responsible sources
  may submit a bid, which, if received timely, shall be considered
  by the agency. Locations and points of contact for site visits
  are identified in the solicitation. See the solicitation for
  proper address for delivery of proposals. For inquiries contact
  Karen McCarthy at (360) 476-6748. Plans and specifications
  will be available on the web-site on or about 31 August 2000.
  Registration in the "Central Contractor Registration" (CCR)
  IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO AWARD. 
LINKURL: http://esol.navfac.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mccarthyks@efanw.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486977)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Fort Necessity National Battlefield, 1 Washington Parkway,
  Farmington, PA 15437
SUBJECT: Z--REMOVE EXISTING SNOW GUARDS AND PORTIONS OF GUTTER
  SYSTEM AND INSTALL NEW SNOW GUARDS & PORTIONS OF GUTTERS ON
  THE MAINTENANCE AND HEADQUARTERS BUILDINGS.
SOL Q 4160 00 0601
POC Send your requests for a copy of the Request for Quote via
  facsimile to 724-329-8682 or request via e-mail to treanna_a._smith@nps.gov.
  For TECHNICAL QUESTIONS ONLY telephone Contracting Officer
  Treanna Smith at 724-329-5801.
DESC: The Solicitation Number on the original publicized CBD
  Notice dated 7/11/00 has changed from "Q 4160 00 601" to "Q
  4160 00 0601". The estimated construction range of this project
  on the original CBD Notice was "between $25,000 and $100,000"
  and is now changed to "between $10,000 and $50,000". All other
  information publicized in the original Notice is correct. 
LINKURL: treanna_a._smith@nps.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: treanna_a._smith@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486980)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Attn: Contracting (P4 CONT), 4th Plain
  Blvd. & St. Johns Road, Vancouver, WA 98661
SUBJECT: Z--DEMOLISH BUILDINGS C8, C9, C10 AND C11
SOL 648-70-00
DUE 092600
POC Kevin M. Kelly (503) 402-2813
DESC: The Portland VA Medical Center desires to demolish buildings
  C8, C9, C10 and C11 at the Vancouver, WA Division. In general,
  the work shall include demolition of buildings; isolation,
  capping and relocation of mechanical and electrical utilities;
  asbestos removal; lead paint removal; and installing exterior
  walls in the remaining connecting corridors. Price range is
  $250,000 to $500,000 dollars. All qualified interested parties
  may purchase bid documents from Ford Graphics at 401 NW 14th
  Avenue, Portland, OR 97207 (503) 227-3424.*****
EMAILADD: kevin.kelly2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486983)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Attn: Contracting (P4 CONT), 4th Plain
  Blvd. & St. Johns Road, Vancouver, WA 98661
SUBJECT: Z--UPGRADE VANCOUVER FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
SOL 648-72-00
DUE 092600
POC Kevin M. Kelly (503) 402-2813
DESC: The Portland VA Medical Center desires to upgrade the existing
  "FAST/EST" fire alarm system at the Vancouver, WA Division.
  In general, the work shall include removal and replacement
  of internal fire alarm panel electronics, new wiring, new and
  replacement addressable signaling devices, new base loop wiring,
  new conduit and cable/wire replacement, programming alterations
  and other items as required by drawings and specifications.
  Price range is $100,000 to $250,000 dollars. All qualified
  interested parties may purchase bid documents from Ford Graphics
  at 401 NW 14th Avenue, Portland, OR 97207 (503) 227-3424.*****
EMAILADD: kevin.kelly2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-229 SN486993)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA-Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, 2517 S.W.
  Hailey Ave., Pendleton, OR 97801-3942
SUBJECT: Z--PAVEMENT MARKING
SOL R6-14-00-41
DUE 091400
POC POC Lisa Peterson, phone (541) 278-3843, facsimile (541)
  278-3845 
DESC: The Umatilla National Forest is soliciting quotes for the
  restriping pavement centerline markings on Umatilla National
  Forest Service Roads 31 and 52. Also requiring permanent pavement
  markings on designated road consisting of Type A conventional
  traffic paint with type 1 glass beads. Project location from
  Ukiah, Oregon travel south on Umatilla County road 1475, 5.3
  miles to beginning of project 52. From Elgin, Oregon travel
  north of Oregon State Highway 204, 14 miles to beginning of
  project 31. Contract time is 365 days. Estimated price range
  is between $25,000 and $100,000. Anticipated issue date of
  the Request for Quotation document is September 1, 2000. If
  you wish to receive a copy, you may request it by mail, phone,
  or fax. You may also email your request to lnpeterson@fs.fed.us.

EMAILADD: lnpeterson@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487005)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Ketchikan Area, Tongass Nf, Federal
  Building, Ketchikan, AK 99901
SUBJECT: Z--THORNE BAY BUNKHOUSE EXTERIOR ACCESS
SOL KTN-00-58
POC Linda Temple, 907.228.6244
DESC: This project consists of demolition of existing main entry
  deck, stairs, and associated guardrail, minor regrading of
  the site, and construction of new, accessible wooden ramp,
  stairs, and deck with concrete landing at base of stairs. The
  work site is located outside the Administration Building at
  the USDA Forest Service Thorne Bay Ranger District, Thorne
  Bay, AK. Thorne Bay is a community on the east side of Prince
  of Wales Island (POW) accessed by floatplane, ferry or barge;
  usually from Ketchikan, AK. It may also be reached by road
  from other POW communities. POW is accessible only via air
  or sea. Contract time will be 60 calendar days. The price range
  for this project is $25,000 - $100,000. Written or facsimile
  requests for the solicitation should reference KTN-00-58. FAX
  requests may be made to 907-228-6254. Telephone requests will
  not be honored. All responsible sources may submit a quote,
  which will be considered.
EMAILADD: ltemple@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487013)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Regional Officer in Charge of Contract , Pearl Harbor,
  NAVFACENGCOM (R110), 4262 Radford Drive, Honolulu, HI 96818-3296
SUBJECT: Z--KB9808MS REPAVE BASE STREETS, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII,
  KANEOHE BAY, OAHU, HAWAII
SOL N62742-96-B-1349
DUE 091800
POC Ms. Sarah Goodwin-Bain, Procurement Technician, Mr. David
  Hamada, Contract Specialist, telephone (808) 474-7314, facsimile
  (808) 474-7316
DESC: The work includes (a) surface preparation, geotextile fabric,
  subbase course, base course, asphaltic concrete pavement, concrete
  curb and gutter pavement markings and striping, traffic control
  signs, water distribution systems, drainage system, re-turfing,
  electrical work, and incidental related work pertaining to
  repaving streets. The estimated cost is between $1,000,000.00
  and $5,000,000.00. Completion time is 180 calendar days. THIS
  PROCUREMENT IS RESTRICTED FOR SMALL BUSINESSES. THE STANDARD
  INDUSTRY CODE FOR THIS PROCUREMENT IS 1611 AND THE ANNUAL SIZE
  STANDARD IS $27.5 MILLION. This procurement is restricted for
  small businesses. The Invitation for Bids (IFB) will be available
  (CD-ROM) on or about August 18, 2000 for a non-refundable charge
  of $53.75. AMENDMENTS WILL BE POSTED ON THE WEB SITE http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil
  FOR DOWNLOADING. THIS WILL NORMALLY BE THE ONLY METHOD OF DISTRIBUTING
  AMENDMENTS. THEREFORE, IT IS THE OFFEROR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
  CHECK THE WEB SITE PERIODICALLY FOR ANY AMENDMENTS TO THIS
  SOLICITATION. You may use the "Solicitation Purchase Request
  Form" located at http://www.efdpac.navfac.navy.mil/ebsroot/pactoolbox.htm
  to order the solicitation. Your request, if mailed, should
  be sent to: Document Automation and Production Service, ATTN:
  Solicitation Printing, 1025 Quincy Avenue, Suite 200, Pearl
  Harbor Naval Base Building 550, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860.
  Checks shall be made payable to "SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS".
  If using a company VISA, MASTERCARD, or DISCOVER card you may
  fax your request to (808) 473-2604. Be sure to include the
  cardholder's name, account number, and expiration date in your
  request along with your company name, mailing address, telephone
  number, facsimile number, IFB No., and project title, and whether
  the solicitation will be picked up at the Contracting Office.
  Also indicate if you are prime, subcontractor, or supplier.
  Mark the front of the envelope with the IFB No. Allow at least
  ten days for mailing from the date your request is received.
  Companies wanting the IFB to be sent via air express service
  must furnish their express service airbill label with the recipients
  name, telephone no., company name, address, company's account
  no., and type of delivery filled in. Failure to provide any
  of the above information, as indicated, may delay the processing
  of your request and is at no fault of the Government. Planholder's
  list will be available after the solicitation is issued. Requests
  for planholder's list may be sent via facsimile transmission
  to (808) 474-7316 or lists may be obtained at http://www.hawaii.wnbt.daps.mil/PACDIV/pacdiv.htm.
  ANY REQUEST FOR SOLICITATION RECEIVED WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS
  PRIOR TO THE CLOSING DATE WILL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
  THE ABOVE PROCEDURES. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THE
  REQUESTOR WILL RECEIVE THE SOLICITATION PRIOR TO THE CLOSING
  DATE. 
CITE: (W-229 SN487018)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of The Army, Directorate of Contracting, 1042
  William H. Wilson Avenue, Suite 209, Fort Stewart, Georgia
  31314-3322
SUBJECT: Z--ADDITIONS TO BLDGS. 620, 621, 622, & 623, FSGA
SOL VB-532-0J
POC Rita Miles, Contracting Officer
DESC: This modification to previous synopsis for above referenced
  project serves to notify all interested parties that requirement
  for this work has been cancelled. 
EMAILADD: Rita.Miles@stewart.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487085)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Everglades National Park, Attn: Contracting Office, 40001
  State Road 9336, Homestead, FL 33034
SUBJECT: Z--RESURFACING EXISTING ASPHALT FOOT TRAILS, EVERGLADES
  NATIONAL PARK 
SOL Q5280000060
DUE 100300
POC Leanne Daniels, Contract Specialist, phone 305-242-7793,
  fax 305-242-7795
DESC: Resurface existing asphalt foot trails-selective areas
  of existing trail shall be reconditioned due to deterioration
  and uneven surfaces. SIC 1611. Bids due 10/03/2000 4:30 P.M.

CITE: (W-230 SN487170)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Army Engineers District, Wilmington District, Corps
  of Engineers, P.O. Box 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890
SUBJECT: Z--SEA TURTLE HABITAT RESTORATION, OAK ISLAND, BRUNSWICK
  COUNTY, NC.
SOL DACW54-00-B-0011
DUE 100300
POC John B. Roberts, CESAW-CT, Voice 910-251-4116 or Fax 910-251-4454
DESC: SEA TURTLE HABITAT RESTORATION, OAK ISLAND, BRUNSWICK COUNTY,
  NORTH CAROLINA,  Solicitation Number DACW54-00-B-0011, posted
  in the CBD on August 14, 2000.  The solicitation bid opening
  date is revised to October 3, 2000.  1. Work consists of
  dredge, transport, place and shape beach fill to construct
  beach berm and dune, and preform specified surveys in connection
  therewith. Material will be dredged from Yellowbanks Confined
  Disposal Area (approximately 2,650,000 cy). Reconstruct dike
  of Confined Disposal Area where access channel is dredged.
  The work shall also consist of stabilizing the new beach fill
  dune with beach grass plants (American Beachgrass, Bitter Panicum,
  and Sea Oats). The magnitude of this project is over $10 million
  [$10,000,000]. 2. AVAILABILITY AND CHANGE: THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
  FOR THIS SOLICITATION WILL BE ON CD-RON, WILL BE PROVIDED FREE
  OF CHARGE, AND SHOULD NOT BE RETURNED. Plans and Specifications
  will not be provided in a printed paper hard copy form. Amendments
  will be made through either a 3.5" Diskette, CD-ROM, or har
  copy. The CD-ROM contains simple window viewing application
  and two [2] comercial software applications. All applications
  contained on the CD-ROM can be run from the CD-ROM. No Installation
  is required. The recommended minimum hardware requirements
  are [1] 486/66 personnal computer; [2] 8 or 16 MB RAM; [3]
  CD-ROM drive; and [4] Windows driven printer. The recommended
  minimum software requirement is Microsoft Windows 3.1; Windows95;
  or Windows NT. All Bid Forms, Bid Bonds, and other normal documents
  required for bid submittal shall be in paper medium. Electronic
  medium for bid submittal SHALL NOT BR ALLOWED. Requests for
  Solicitation Documents should be addressed to: USACE-Wilmington,
  Attn: John B. Roberts,P.O. Box 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890.
  Fax Requests to: 910-251-4454, Attn: John B. Roberts. A Firm's
  physical address, telephone number, facsmile number, and POC
  should be provided with the request, to facilitate any overnight
  mailing. This will be an UNRESTRICTED SOLICATION. SIC CODE:
  1629 
LINKURL: http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/domino/cesaw.nsf
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: john.b.roberts.ii@saw02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487200)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 4101 Woolworth
  Avenue, Omaha, NE 68105
SUBJECT: Z--BACKFLOW PREVENTER REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
SOL RFP 636-43-00
DUE 092500
POC Karen Goodell, Contracting Officer, 402-449-0613
DESC: Contractor to furnish all labor, materials, equipment and
  supervision necessary to remove existing Backflow Preventer,
  Strainer, Water Meter, Associated Valves and Piping, and provide
  and install new 6" backflow preventer, strainer, water meter,
  valves, 3" by-pass backflow preventer associated interior and
  exterior valves and 6" piping from mechanical room B030A to
  6" piping in Room B024, at the VA Nebraska Western Iowa Health
  Care System, Omaha Division, located at 4101 Woolworth Avenue,
  Omaha, Nebraska. Work includes installation of temporary cross
  over piping to continue water supply to facility while work
  is in progress, removing temporary cross-over piping and abandoned
  4" supply main following installation of new equipment, and
  removing 2 each abandoned pressure pumps, associated valves,
  piping and cap piping. RFP No. 636-43-00 has been assigned
  to this solicitation and will be available approximately August
  25, 2000. Bids will be due by 2:00 PM on September 25, 2000.
  SIC Code No. 1711, Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning,
  will be used with a size standard of $11.5 million. Estimated
  cost range is $25,000 to $100,000. Written requests must include
  the solicitation number, your company name and complete mailing
  address contact person's name, voice telephone number, and
  fax number. All requests for this solicitation package must
  be in writing and may be faxed to 402-449-0612 or sent electronically
  to Karen.Goodell@med.va.gov. No telephone requests will be
  accepted. This is 100% small business set aside. award is subject
  to availability of funds. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487201)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: 1940 Allbrook Drive, Suite 3 Wright-Patterson AFB OH,
  45433
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR THRESHOLD LIGHTS/CONCRETE PADS
SOL F33601-00-R9023
DUE 091100
POC  2Lt. Kimberly Burt,(937) 257-6571 ext 4126
DESC: Background "17 AUG 2000 THE REFERENCED SOLICITATION IS
  HEREBY AMENDED TO INCLUDE THE MODIFIED OHIO WAGE DECISION.
  ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED. 14 AUG 00
  SITE VISIT: A site visit is scheduled for Wednesday, 23 Aug
  2000 at 3:00 pm. All personnel interested in attending must
  notify the POC, 2Lt Kimberly Burt, by COB, 22 Aug, if a base
  pass is needed. Meet in building 1, Area C, Wright-Patterson
  AFB at 2:00 pm on Wednesday. Transportation to the site visit
  will be provided. kimberly.burt@wpafb.af.mil (937) 257-6571
  ext 4126 SYNOPSIS: Project number 99-0003. 11 Aug 2000 THIS
  IS A FULL AND OPEN SOLICITATION ESTIMATED DOLLAR RANGE IS:
  $500,000 TO $1,000,000 SCOPE: To furnish all materials, labor,
  equipment, devices, and appliances and perform all operations
  necessary to repair threshold light and concrete pads. Project
  replaces light fixtures, light bases, isolation transformers,
  and conductors for threshold, prethreshold, and centerline
  from threshold to 1000' crossbar, and removes unused conductor.
  Replace all associated concrete light structures and electrical
  ducts. Temporary displaced thresholds are required on both
  ends of the runway during work. Project also removes remaining
  BAK 9 concrete structures, and repave asphalt overrun at Wright-Patterson
  AFB, in accordance with plans and specifications of project
  number 990003. 1. Funds are not presently available for this
  project. No awards will be made under this solicitation until
  funds are available. 2. The Government reserves the right to
  cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing
  date. 3. The contract will be awarded based on Price-Performance
  Tradeoff factors, including but not limited to, past performance
  as well as technical merit. This will not be a sealed bid contract.
  4. An Ombudsman has been appointed, please see Local Note H
  following the solicitation for more information. 5. Contractor
  must be registered in the CCR prior to award for solicitation
  issued after 31 May 1998. Tel: 1-888-CCR-2423. Fax: 1-703-696-0213.
  Every solicitation issued after 31 May 1998 must include the
  clause at DFARS 252.204-7004, ""Required Central Contractor
  Registration"". DUNS/CCR website: http://ccr.edi.dis or http://www.ccr2000.com.
  6. Solicitation F33601-00-R9023, Project Number 990003. Attachment
  to synopsis: NOTES: A. The solicitation, specification, and
  drawings will be available on the World Wide Web on or about
  8 Aug 00. Web site address is: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil.
  B. Hard copies of the solicitation will NOT be provided. You
  may, however, download and print the file from the www. C.
  There is no fee for this solicitation. D. There are approximately
  26 pages of the solicitation, 69 pages of specifications, and
  13 pages of drawings. E. On hard copy of the solicitation will
  be available for review in Bldg. 260, Area C, Wright-Patterson
  AFB, OH. F. Registrations page will be attached to the web
  site. You are not required to register. However, when you register
  you will receive notice of any amendments and/or addendums.
  If you have not registered, it will be your responsibility
  to check the web site for any changes to the solicitation.
  G. You shall provide a signed copy of the SF 1442 at the time
  you submit your bid, as specified in the solicitation. H. Contractors
  that are Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment are
  excluded from receiving contracts. Agencies also shall not
  consent to subcontract with these contractors. Bids prepared
  by Debarred, Suspended, or other wise ineligible contractors
  are at the risk and expense of the contractor. PRE-SOLICITATION
  NOTICE: Project Number 990003. 24 Jul 00. SCOPE: To furnish
  all materials, labor equipment, devices,and appliances and
  perform all operations necessary to repair threshold light
  and concrete pads. Project replaces light fixtures, light bases,
  isolation transformers, and conductors for threshold, prethreshold,
  and centerline from threshold to 1000' crossbar, and removes
  unused conductor. Replace all associated concrete light structures
  and electrical ducts. Temporary displaced thresholds are required
  on both ends of the runway during work. Project also removes
  remaining BAK 9 concrete structures, and repave asphalt overrun
  at Wright-Patterson AFB, in accordance with plans and specifications
  of project number 990003. 1. Funds are not presently available
  for this project. No award will be made under this solicitation
  until funds are available. 2. The Government reserves the right
  to cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing
  date. 3. The contract will be awarded based on Price-Performance
  Tradeoff factors, including past performance, as well as technical
  merit. This will not be a sealed bid contract. 4. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed, please see Local Note H following the solicitation
  for more information. 5. Contractor must be registered in CCR
  prior to award for solicitation issued after 31 May 1998. Tel:
  1-888-CCR-2423. Fax: 1-703-696-0213. Every solicitation issued
  after 31 May 1998 must include the clause at DFARS 252.204-7004,
  ""Required Central Contractor Registration"". DUNS/CCR Website:
  http://ccr.edi.dis or http://www.ccr2000.com. 6. Solicitation
  F33601-00-R9023, Project Number 990003. Attachment to synopsis:
  NOTES: A. The solicitation, specification, and drawings will
  be available on the World Wide Web on or about 8 Aug 00. Web
  site address is: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil. B. Hard copies
  of the solicitation will NOT be provided. You may, however,
  download and print the file from the www. C. There is no fee
  for this solicitation. D. There are approximately 22 pages
  of the solicitation, 69 pages of specifications, and 13 drawings.
  E. One hard copy of the solicitation will be available for
  review in Bldg. 260, Area C, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. F. Registrations
  page will be attached to the web site. You are not required
  to register. However, when you register you will receive notice
  of any amendments and/or addendums. If you have not registered,
  it will be your responsibility to check the web site for any
  changes to the solicitation. G. You shall provide a signed
  copy of the SF 1442 at the time you submit your bid, as specified
  in the solicitation. H. Contractors that are Debarred, Suspended,
  or Proposed for Debarment are excluded from receiving contracts.
  Agencies also shall not consent to subcontract with these contractors.
  Bids prepared by Debarred, Suspended, or otherwise ineligible
  contractors are at the risk and expense of the contractor.
  A questions and answer session will be held in Building 1,
  Area C, Construction Conference Room immediately following
  the site visit. "
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/00R9023/00R9023.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kimberly.burt@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487215)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, 99 CONS,
  5865 Swaab Blvd, Nellis AFB, NV, 89191-7063
SUBJECT: Z--RESURFACE MAINTENENCE BAY FLOORS WITH AN ELECTROSTATIC
  DISSIPATIVE (ESD)/CHEMICALLY RESISTANT URETHANE (CRU) FLOOR
  SYSTEM
SOL F26600-00-Q-Z043
DUE 083100
POC Maria Wirhouski, Contracting Craftsman, Phone 702-652-4384,
  Fax 702-652-5405, Email maria.rodriguez@nellis.af.mil - Mary
  Caputo, Contract Specialist, Phone 702-653-4564, Fax 702-653-4024,
  Email
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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This solicitation (F26600-00-Q-Z043) is issued
  as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-15. This acquisition
  is set aside exclusively for small business concerns. The SIC
  code for this solicitation is 1799. Far 19 classifies small
  business as those that gross equal to or less than $5 million
  annually based on the average of the offeror_s past three fiscal
  years. Item description is as follows: Contractor shall provide
  nonpersonal service, all parts, plans, labor, transportation,
  materials, equipment, and all other necessary actions to resurface
  Maintenance Bay Floors (Bldg. 10402 & 10406), approximately
  8,600 SF (Total) of shop floors with an Electrostatic Dissipative
  (ESD)/Chemically Resistant Urethane (CRU) Floor System as indicated
  on the drawings, and/or specified herein after. Related work
  shall include all necessary concrete slab restoration, and
  resealing joints. All work is located at Nellis AFB, NV. The
  work involved includes, but is not limited to, the following:
  Remove existing coating and apply new coating, clean joints
  and replace damaged joints, remove lead based paint, re-paint
  markings on hangar floor and repair spills and cracks. All
  work shall be in strict compliance with the Scope of Work.
  Contractor shall paint the 896 MUNS logo on each bay floor
  (See Drawing), the size shall be 5_ X 5_. The government does
  not intend to make multiple awards. The government intends
  to use best value judgement and may not award the purchase
  order to the lowest quotation received without evaluating past
  performance. The following factors shall be used to evaluate
  offers: (1) Past performance- submit responses IAW 52.212-19(b)(10),
  (11) Price- price will be an important factor in the award
  of this purchase order. Prices will be analyzed and evaluated
  based on price competition most advantageous to the government.
  Government will consider the currency and relevance of the
  information, source of the information, context of the data,
  and general trends in contractor performance. In the case of
  a contractor without a record of relevant past performance,
  the contractor will not be evaluated favorable or unfavorably
  on past performance. The government will consider completed
  questionnaires (Attachment 1). Award will be made to the responsible,
  responsive offeror who provides the best overall value to the
  government. Past performance information shall be required
  prior to award. Offeror_s shall submit accurate past performance
  information relating to the requirement prior to bid close-out
  date. Past performance references shall identify a point of
  contact with phone numbers. Offerors shall forward past performance
  evaluations to a minimum of (3) three past performance references,
  and have them forward their evaluations by fax to SSgt. Maria
  Wirhouski at (702) 652-5405. The provision at FAR 52.212-1,
  Instruction to Offerors-Commercial, applies to this solicitation.
  The clause at FAR 52.212-2; Evaluation of Commercial items,
  applies to this solicitation. The following clauses apply to
  this solicitation, and FAR 52.246-4 Inspection of Sevices-
  Fixed price (Aug 1996) applies to this solicitation and subsequent
  award. The following clauses also apply to this solicitation
  and are incorporated by reference. Prices to the government
  shall be as low as or lower than those charged to the contractor's
  most favored customer, in addition to any discounts for prompt
  payment. The clause at 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and
  Certifications-Commercial Items, applies to this solicitation.
  Offerors who fail to submit a completed Representations and
  Certification may be considered non-responsive. The clause
  at FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial items
  applies to this solicitation. The clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive
  Orders-Commercial items, applies to this solicitation. Specifically,
  the following cited clauses are applicable to this solicitation:
  Far 52.219-6 Notice of Total Small Business Set Aside, Far
  52.222-3 Convict Labor, Far 52.233-3 Protest After Award, FAR
  52.222-26 Equal Opportunity, FAR 52.222-35 Affirmative Action
  for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era, Far
  52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities,
  FAR 52.222-37 Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans
  on the Vietnam Era, and FAR 52.222-41 Service Contract Act
  of 1965 as amended, Far 52.232-33 Mandatory Information for
  Electronic Funds Transfer payment. In compliance with the Service
  Contract Act of 1965, and the regulations of the Secretary
  of Labor, this clause identifies the classes of service for
  employees expected to be employed under the contract and states
  the wages and fringe benefits payable to each if they were
  employed by the contracting agency subject to the provisions
  of 5 USC 5341 or 5332. FAR 52.222-42 Statement of Equivalent
  Rates for Federal Hires, FAR 52.222-43 Fair Labor Standards
  Act and Service Contract Act-Price Adjustment (Multiple year
  and Options contract), DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contract Registration, DFARS 252.232-7009 Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer. For solicitations after 1 Jun 98 all contractors
  are required to be registered in the Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) database to receive a DOD award or payment. Lack of registration
  in CCR will make an offeror ineligible for award. Contact CCR
  at 1-888-352-9333, however, a DUNS number must be known prior
  to registration. Call Dun and Bradstreet at 1-888-546-0024
  to verify or apply for a DUNS number. Wage Determination 94-2331
  Rev 15 applies to this solicitation. Information concerning
  FAR clauses can be obtained at http://farsite.hill.af.mil.
  A copy of the combined synopsis/solicitation, wage determination,
  Representations and Certifications, and FAR 52.212-3 are located
  at the www.eps.gov To find this solicitation look under USAF
  offices, Air Combat Command locations, 99 CONS, Nellis AFB
  NV post. Contractor shall download the _synopsis_ file and
  the _other_ file. The solicitation shall be posted on or before
  22 Aug 00. If you are unable to access the web-site, please
  contact SSgt. Maria Wirhouski at 702-652-4384, 702-652-5405
  (fax), email Maria.Rodridguez@nellis.af.mil or Mary Caputo
  at 702-652-4379, email Mary.Caputo@nellis.af.mil. Request for
  Quote are due on or before August 31, 2000 NLT 2:30 PST. A
  site visit is schedule on 24 Aug @ 0900, please call SSgt.
  Wirhouski prior to site visit in order to make necessary arrangement
  due prior to visit because it is a secured area. Contractors
  shall being two forms of identification with photos and a social
  security number.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F26600-00-Q-Z043&LocID=885
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: maria.rodriguez@nellis.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487234)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: 100 Kindel Drive, Suite A332 Arnold AFB TN 37389-1332,
  37389-1332
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR/UPGRADE SECONDARY PUMPING STATION CRANE
SOL F40650-00-R-0022
DUE 091900
POC  Tony Clayborne, Contracting Officer,(931) 454-3918
DESC: This requirement is to repair/upgrade a 15-ton bridge crane
  manufactured by P&H. This crane is 47 years old and is currently
  in failure mode due to the condition of wiring, hoists, brakes,
  motors and controls. It has several components with asbestos
  and fails to meet current OSHA standards. Major work elements
  include the following: replace the motors, brakes, hoist ropes,
  and motor controls for the bridge, trolley and hoist. Replace
  the pendant conrol assembly. Replace the trolley slide wire
  system with a feston cable system. Install a new main power
  electrification system. The performance period shall be 240
  calendar days after contractor receipt of notice to proceed.
  The dollar magnitude of construction is between $100,000 and
  250,000.
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/00R0022AR/00R0022AR.asp
LINKDESC: 
  Crane
EMAILADD: Tony.Clayborne@arnold.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487260)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: National Park Service, Southern Arizona Group, 3115 N
  3RD AVE., #101, Phoenix, AZ 85013
SUBJECT: Z--SLIPLINE SEWERLINE, SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK , RINCON
  MOUNTAIN DISTRICT (EAST SIDE)
SOL Q8601000167
DUE 092200
POC Mikki Darr, 602-640-5250, ext. 227
DESC: The work of this contract consists of cleaning, removing
  roots, and video inspection of 920 linear feet of 6-inch vitrified
  clay sanitary sewer line; sliplining of 920 linear feet of
  6-inch vitrified clay sewer line with high- density polyethylene
  pipe; installation of two manhoes, clean three existing manholes,
  and repair collars and rings of two of the three existing manholes;
  and block and seal any alternate inlets at existing manholes.
  The work is located at Rincon Mountain District (East Side)
  of Saguaro National Park. The East Side is located on the east
  side of Tucson, Arizona. Take I-10 to the Valencia Road exit;
  then east on Valencia to Houghton Road; proceed north on Houghton
  Road approximately 8 miles to Old Spanish Trail; and proceed
  east on Old Spanish Trail to the park entrance. Technical questions
  regarding this project may be directed to Judy Hauser at (602)
  640-5250, extension 230. For copies of this request for quotes,
  fax your request to Mikki Darr at 602-640-5265. Quotes will
  be accepted through 4 pm, September 22, 2000; fax quotes are
  acceptable. Estimated start work date is October 1, 2000, with
  completion within 60 days. The estimated price range of this
  project is between $25,000 and $50,000. This project is set-aside
  for small business. One award will be made utilizing simplified
  acquisition procedures based upon a best value determination.

CITE: (W-230 SN487279)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Sierra Province, Sequoia
  National Forest, 900 W. Grand Ave., Porterville, CA 93257
SUBJECT: Z--FULTON BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE REPLACEMENT
SOL RFQ-R5-13-00-25
DUE 092800
POC Nancy L. Ruggeri, Contracting Officer, (559) 784-1500 x 1240
DESC: The project involves the replacement of the entire timber
  superstructure with a concrete (prestressed) slab deck and
  curb. Construction of a reinforced concrete sill leveling course
  and paved deck and approaches are required. The bridge is located
  at the south end of the Fulton Work Center. The Fulton Work
  center is located approximately 2 miles east of Glenville,
  California, via State Highway 155. A prebid meeting will be
  held 09/05/00 at the bridge site. Estimated price range is
  less than $100,000.00. Estimated start work date is 10/16/00.
  "See numbered note 1". 
CITE: (W-230 SN487295)

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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 Army, Directorate of Contracting, 1042
  William H. Wilson Avenue, Suite 209, Fort Stewart, Georgia
  31314-3322
SUBJECT: Z--RENOVATE 2ND BRIGADE DINING FACILITY BLDG 512, FORT
  STEWART, GA
SOL ZH 14-9J
POC Contracing Officer Mary M. Corbin 912-767-2967
DESC: Original synopsis which issued 14 Jul 00 is hereby cancelled.
CITE: (W-230 SN487301)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Regional Officer in Charge of Contract , Pearl Harbor,
  NAVFACENGCOM (R110), 4262 Radford Drive, Honolulu, HI 96818-3296
SUBJECT: Z--FY01 MILCON PROJECT P-138, UPGRADE WHARVES K10 AND
  K11, FLEET AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER, PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII
SOL N62742-99-R-1304
DUE 101800
POC Ms. Sarah Goodwin-Bain, Procurement Technician, Mr. David
  Hamada, Contract Specialist, telephone (808) 474-7314, facsimile
  (808) 474-7316
DESC: The work includes selective removal work, marine concrete,
  precast prestressed concrete, concrete rehabilitation, prestressed
  concrete piles, steel sheet piles, fiberglass fender work,
  marine hardware, cylindrical fender system, coating of waterfront
  steel structures, cathodic protection, fire alarm system, plumbing,
  electrical and pier telephone systems, and incidental related
  work. The estimated cost is between $10,000,000 and $25,000,000.
  Completion time is 540 calendar days. THE STANDARD INDUSTRY
  CODE FOR THIS PROCUREMENT IS 1611 AND THE ANNUAL SIZE STANDARD
  IS $27.5 MILLION. This is an unrestricted sole source selection
  procurement requiring both technical and price proposals. Contract
  award will be made to the offeror proposing the best value
  to the Government from a technical and price standpoint. Price
  is considered approximately equal to the technical evaluation
  factors. Technical evaluation factors are as follows: (1) Experience/Past
  Performance; (2) Qualifications and Experience of Key Personnel;
  (3) Small Business Subcontracting Program and Plan; and (4)
  Management Plan. The Request for Proposal (RFP) will be available
  (CD-ROM) on or about September 1, 2000 for a non-refundable
  charge of $53.75. AMENDMENTS WILL BE POSTED ON THE WEB SITE
  http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil FOR DOWNLOADING. THIS WILL
  NORMALLY BE THE ONLY METHOD OF DISTRIBUTING AMENDMENTS. THEREFORE,
  IT IS THE OFFEROR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK THE WEB SITE PERIODICALLY
  FOR ANY AMENDMENTS TO THIS SOLICITATION. You may use the "Solicitation
  Purchase Request Form" located at http://www.efdpac.navfac.navy.mil/ebsroot/toolbox/SolicitationPRForm.pdf
  to order the solicitation. Your request, if mailed, should
  be sent to: Document Automation and Production Service, ATTN:
  Solicitation Printing, 1025 Quincy Avenue, Suite 200, Pearl
  Harbor Naval Base Building 550, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860.
  Checks shall be made payable to "SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS".
  If using a company VISA, MASTERCARD, or DISCOVER card you may
  fax your request to (808) 473-2604. Be sure to include the
  cardholder's name, account number, and expiration date in your
  request along with your company name, mailing address, telephone
  number, facsimile number, RFP No., and project title, and whether
  the solicitation will be picked up at the Contracting Office.
  Also indicate if you are prime, subcontractor, or supplier.
  Mark the front of the envelope with the RFP No. Allow at least
  ten days for mailing from the date your request is received.
  Companies wanting the RFP to be sent via air express service
  must furnish their express service airbill label with the recipients
  name, telephone no., company name, address, company's account
  no., and type of delivery filled in. Failure to provide any
  of the above information, as indicated, may delay the processing
  of your request and is at no fault of the Government. Planholder's
  list will be available after the solicitation is issued. Requests
  for planholder's list may be sent via facsimile transmission
  to (808) 474-7316 or lists may be obtained at http://www.hawaii.wnbt.daps.mil.
  ANY REQUEST FOR SOLICITATION RECEIVED WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS
  PRIOR TO THE CLOSING DATE WILL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
  THE ABOVE PROCEDURES. HOWEVER, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THE
  REQUESTOR WILL RECEIVE THE SOLICITATION PRIOR TO THE CLOSING
  DATE. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487340)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: GSA, PBS, Property Development (5PC), 230 South Dearborn
  Street, Room 3516, Chicago, IL 60604-1696
SUBJECT: Z--ELECTRICAL PANEL UPGRADE - PHASE 2, AJC FEDERAL BUILDING,
  CLEVELAND, OHIO
SOL GS05P00GBC0047
DUE 092100
POC Christine Parzygnat (312) 886-4109 or Ben Burton (312) 353-4310
DESC: Z-, Electrical Panel Upgrade - Phase 2, Solicitation Number
  GS05P00GBC0047, Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building, 1240
  E. Ninth St., Cleveland, Ohio. POC: Christine Parzygnat, Contracting
  Officer at (312) 886-4109 or Ben Burton at (312) 353-4310,
  fax number (312) 353-9186.  Due to technical difficulties,
  the solicitation will not be available through the EPS System.
  Please send a written request via fax to the number above.
  Please address all correspondence to Christine Parzygnat. If
  you have any further questions, please contact Ms. Parzygnat.
  Keep in mind that the requirement for a pre-proposal conference
  is a mandatory one. You must attend the pre-proposal conference
  in order to be given a chance to submit an offer. If you are
  unable to submit a request for the plans and specifications
  they can be obtained at the pre-proposal conference. The proposal
  due date remains the same. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487343)

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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 Mobility Command, 62nd
  CONS, 100 Main St. Ste 1049, McChord AFB, WA, 98438
SUBJECT: Z--IDC CONTRACT FOR ROOF REPAIR/REPLACEMENT, BASE YEAR
  PLUS THREE OPTION YEARS, AT MCCHORD AFB WASHINGTON
SOL F45603-00-R8022
DUE 101900
POC Lawrence Bucklin, Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 984-9027,
  Fax (253) 984-5053, Email Lawrence.Bucklin@mcchord.af.mil -
  Harry Goodchild, Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 984-3878,
  Fax (253) 984-5053, Email
DESC:  This acquisition is for an indefinite delivery contract
  for a one year base period plus three, pre-priced, one year
  options. The Base period is to run from the date of award through
  364 days thereafter. Work consists of roof repairs/replacement
  plus miscellaneous associated work for a variety of roof types
  on military family housing and other Base facilities at McChord
  AFB Washington under Projects PQWY 00-4005, PQWY 00-1011, and
  PQWY 00-2002. The solicitation will seek firm fixed pricing
  for discreet items of work. This pricing structure will be
  utilized to negotiate individual delivery orders for specific
  projects throughout the life of the contract. The SIC code
  is 1761. The magnitude of construction for the Base year is
  between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000 as well as for each option
  year. The aggregate magnitude exceeds $10,000,000. This solicitation
  will be issued under full and open competition. However, in
  conformance with FAR 19-1300, this acquisition is being considered
  for HUBZONE set-aside. If your firm is HUBZONE certified and
  intends to propose on this acquisition, please provide the
  following information to the Contracting Officer not later
  than ten (10) calendar days after the publication of this notice:
  (1) SBA certification of HUBZONE eligibility, (2) capability
  statement of your firm, and (3) a positive statement that your
  firm intends to propose on this acquisition. Based upon responses
  the Contracting Officer will make a determination regarding
  HUBZONE set-aside; if there is not a reasonable expectation
  of adequate competition the acquisition will be conducted under
  full and open competition. Issuance of the solicitation will
  be on or about 19 September 2000 with the closing date on or
  about 19 October 2000. This solicitation will only be available
  on CD-ROM at no charge to contractors/plan centers. Any and
  all amendments to this solicitation as well as lists of firms
  having requested the solicitation will be posted only to the
  Electronic Posting System web site at www.eps.gov (select USAF,
  Air Mobility Command, and 62d CONS McChord AFB). Requests for
  the CD-ROM shall be submitted in writing and mailed to 62d
  Contracting Squadron, PO Box 4178, McChord AFB WA 98438-0178
  or submitted via facsimile or e-mail as indicated below.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F45603-00-R8022&LocID=683
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Lawrence.Bucklin@mcchord.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487344)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: National Park Service, Boston Support Office, 15 State
  St. Boston, Ma 02109-3572
SUBJECT: Z--MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS UPGRADES, VANDERBILT
  MANSION, ROOSEVELT-VANDERBILT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES, HYDE
  PARK, NEW YORK
SOL I4526000031
POC For plans and specifications contact Lisa Cutone via mail
  at the National Park Service, Boston Support Office, 15 State
  Street, Boston, MA 02109-3572 or facsimile at 617-223-5208.
  For general information contact Lisa Cutone, Procurement Assistant
  at 617-223-5019, for technical information contact Cheryl Corbett,
  Contract Specialist at 617-223-5035.
DESC: All labor, materials, equipment to construct new heating,
  ventilation and cooling system using standing column wells
  for Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites. This project
  includes trenching, temporary controls, dust control, seeding,
  selective removal of historic fabric, piping, insulation, ductwork,
  water to air heatpumps, and secondary electrical service and
  digital controls. This solicitation is issued pursuant to P.L.
  100-656, Small Business Competitive Demonstration Program and
  is open to all concerns regardless of size. All requests for
  solicitation packages must be made in writing, either by mail
  to the above address or via fax at 617-223-5208, attention
  Lisa Cutone. Construction estimate for this project is between
  $500,000 and $1,000,000. Bids will be due thirty (30) days
  from date of issuance of the bid package. 
EMAILADD: lisa_cutone@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Procurement Assistant
CITE: (W-230 SN487347)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Contracting and General
  Services, 300 Westgate Center Drive, Hadley, MA 01035-9589
SUBJECT: Z--RENOVATIONS OF THE NORTH TRACT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
  BUILDING AT THE PATUXENT RESEARCH REFUGE, ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY,
  MARYLAND
SOL 501810B035
DUE 093000
POC Gary Dupuis, Contracting Officer, 413-253-8240
DESC: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service invites bids on a contract
  for the Renovations of the North Tract Environmental Education
  Building at the Patuxent Research Refuge, Anne Arundel County,
  Maryland. The work incorporates multiple trades to include
  demolition, carpentry, heating, plumbing, electrical, and painting
  etc. The work shall include all labor, materials, and equipment.
  Estimated magnitude of this project is between $25,000 and
  $100,000. The SIC code for this acquisition is 1542: size standard
  is $17.0 million. This is an unrestricted procurement in accordance
  with Public Law 100-656 and is open to any business size. All
  responsible sources may submit a bid, which shall be considered.
  Issue date will be o/a July 31, 2000. Plans and specs for this
  job are available without charge and shall be requested in
  writing to the above address; Attention Gary Dupuis, Contracting
  Officer. TELEPHONIC REQUESTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. However,
  FAX requests will be accepted at FAX No. 413-253-8450. Any
  requests for a solicitation package MUST include the company
  name, address, telephone and FAX numbers, point of contact,
  and should reference the solicitation number and title listed
  above. Requestors must identify in their request if their business
  size is large, small, or small-disadvantaged.    
CITE: (W-230 SN487355)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (90C), VA Medical Center,
  Attn: Contracting Officer, Mountain Home, Tn 37684
SUBJECT: Z--CONSTRUCT/REPAIR CURBS, PARKING LOTS AND SIDEWALKS
SOL IFB 621-01-01
DUE 100500
POC Charles McCarthy, (423) 461-7986
DESC: Furnish all labor, material, equipment and supervision
  necessary to construct/repair curbs, parking lots and sidewalks
  at the James H. Quillen, VA Medical Center, Mountain Home,
  Tennessee in accordance with contract plans and specifications.
  Work includes general construction, alterations, walks, grading,
  drainage, paving, necessary removal of existing structures
  and construction, and electrical site-lighting. Solicitation
  will be available on/about September 5, 2000. Requests must
  be in writing and include a NON-REFUNDABLE Cashier's Check
  or Money Order in the amount of $75.00 payable to: Department
  of Veteran's Affairs. SIC Code 1771 / NAICS 235710. Estimated
  cost between $250,000 and $500,000. 
LINKURL: cbdnet.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/cbdpwd.cgi
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: charles.mccarthy@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487358)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Chequamegon National Forest, 1170
  4th Avenue, South, Park Falls, WI 54552
SUBJECT: Z--WATERSHEC IMPROVEMENTS
SOL R9Z-00-91-CN
DUE 091300
POC To request a copy of the solicitation contact Kris Smugala
  at 715-762-5164; Direct technical questions to Rich Ahlfs at
  715-674-4481; Direct contractual questions to Tom Gadzalinski
  at 715-362-1176.
DESC: This project consists of watershed improvements, culvert
  replacement, road reconstruction, and replacing culvert pipes
  at four locations which include pipe excacation, unsuitible
  removal, borrow placement gravel supply & placement, and erosion
  control with seeding.  Estimated price range is between $50,000
  and $100,000.
EMAILADD: ksmugala@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
  (be sure to include your name and mailing address)."
CITE: (W-230 SN487376)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, Chequamegon National Forest, 1170
  4th Avenue, South, Park Falls, WI 54552
SUBJECT: Z--WATERSHED IMPROVEMENTS
SOL R9Z-00-95-CN
DUE 091800
POC To request a copy of the solicitation contact Kris Smugala
  at 715-762-5164; Direct technical questions to Rich Ahlfs at
  715-674-4481; Direct contractual questions to Tom Gadzalinski
  at 715-362-1176.
DESC: This is a watershed improvement project consisting of road
  reconstruction, and replacing culvert pipe which includes pipe
  excavation, unsuitible removal, gravel supply and placement,
  and erosion control with seeding.  Estimated price range
  for this project is between $50,000 and $100,000
EMAILADD: ksmugala@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
  (be sure to include your name and mailing address)."
CITE: (W-230 SN487386)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, RR
  2 Box 200, Custer, SD 57730
SUBJECT: Z--ASPEN GLADE CAMPGROUND WATER SYSTEM
SOL RFQ RMAST-00-145
DUE 092100
POC Brenda Oster 605/673-2251, FAX 605/673-5567 - Joe Milburn,
  Contracting Officer 970/385-1245
DESC: Purpose of this project is to construct a potable water
  system including, but not limited to installation of 2000 gallon
  water storage tank, installation of 2600 feet of 1" and 2"
  water distribution lines, construction of 8'X8' block treatment
  building, drilling of water well at an estimated depth of 110',
  construction of secondary electric system, and plugging and
  sealing of existing well. Project is located in Conejos County,
  CO, Rio Grande National Forest. Contract time is 75 calendar
  days. Estimated bid range is between $25,000-$100,000. All
  responsible sources will be considered by the agency.
CITE: (W-230 SN487410)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: USDA Forest Service, PO Box 2750, Asheville, NC 28802
SUBJECT: Z--CHILLED WATER SUPPLY & PIPING, OXFORD MS
SOL EAZ 33-00-107
DUE 092000
POC John Zgavec, Contracting Officer, 828-257-4292
DESC: This is a Request for Quotation to furnish and install
  chilled water supply and return piping with new copper pipe
  and appropriate fittings in the building crawl space with necessary
  supports and insulation. The project is located at the Southern
  Research Station, Forest Hydrological Lab, 1000 Front Street,
  Oxford MS. Contract time is 60 calendar days after receipt
  of Notice to Proceed. ISSUE DATE August 31, 2000, Quotes are
  Due September 20, 2000 at 4:30 p.m. You may fax your request
  for a package to Sue Domina 828-257-4876 or mail your request
  to USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Attn: Sue
  Domina, 160-A Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC 28802. Estimate
  on the project is $50,000 - $100,000.
EMAILADD: jzgavek@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487421)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 18 CONS,
  Unit 5199, Kadena AB, APO Japan, ., 96368-5199
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR SIDING AND BATHS, CABANAS, OKUMA REC CENTER,
  OKINAWA,
SOL F62321-00-R0240
DUE 091400
POC Seiki Oshiro, Contract Specialist, Phone 634-5823, Fax 634-7626,
  Email seiki.oshiro@kadena.af.mil - Carl Bradshaw, Contracting
  Officer, Phone 634-2127, Fax 632-7626, Email carl.bradshaw@kadena.af.mil
DESC: Repair siding and bath, cabana Okuma Rec-center, Okinawa
  Japan NOTE: This project will be performedin its entirety in
  the country of Japan. Awards can only be made to firms licensed
  and authorized to perform work in the country of Japan Prospective
  offerors are invited to download information concerning this
  project.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=R&ProjID=F62321-00-R0240&LocID=642
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: seiki.oshiro@kadena.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN487026)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Contracting Officer (90C), Department of Veterans Affairs,
  North Texas Health Care System, 4500 South Lancaster Road,
  Dallas, TX 75216
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE/RENOVATE DEFECTIVE ELEVATORS, PHASE IV
SOL 549-83-2000
DUE 092600
POC David L. Hill, (214) 857-0031
DESC: This solicitation will be issued as an Invitation for Bids(IFB)for
  the provision of all tools, equipment, materials, supervision
  and labor to complete project number NRM 99-115, "Replace/Renovate
  Defective Elevators, Phase IV". An awarded contract shall include
  guarantee period maintenance and emergency services. All elevators,
  six (6) total), are located at the VA North Texas Health Care
  System (VANTHCS), 4500 S. Lancaster Rd., Dallas, Texas 75216.
  Two passenger elevators are located in building two (2) and
  are designated as elevator numbers 10 and 11; two elevators
  are located in the research area, building forty-three (43),
  and are designated as numbers 15 and 16 and two freight elevators
  are located in building two (2) and are designated as 5 and
  6. As a minimum the work shall consist of replacement of elevator
  control systems for four electric traction driven passenger
  elevators, and rear door modification for two freight elevators.
  For passenger elevators 10, 11, 15 and 16 the new system will
  match previously designed and installed digital control system
  in use in building one (1) on elevators 12, 13 and 14. The
  fire/smoke alarm and sprinkler system must interface and be
  fully compatible with the VANTHCS' existing Siemens Cerberous
  Pyrotronics fire protection system. For the freight elevators
  provide for rear door installation (doors to open on the first
  floor of the main elevator lobby) to include proper safeties,
  controls, operators and associated panel shields or other similar
  devices to prevent doors from opening on any floor except for
  the first floor. Base bid item includes five years of guarantee
  inspection, maintenance and repair services. Award is subject
  to the availability of funds and therefore the solicitation
  includes deduct alternates. Cost range for this project is
  between $500,000 and $1,000,000. Completion of project construction
  work shall be phased and all work shall be accomplished within
  215 calendar days after receipt of the "Notice to Proceed".
  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code 1796, Construction-Special
  Trade Contractors- Installation or Erection of Building Equipment
  NEC, applies to this acquisition and has a small business size
  standard of $10,500,000. However, in accordance with PL. 100-656,
  this acquisition is unrestricted as to business size. Bid packages
  will be available on or about 8/28/2000, and will be provided
  only to qualified general or prime contractors who will submit
  bids directly to VANTHCS, or to principle (architectural, electrical
  or mechanical) subcontractors. A $30.00 refundable fee is required
  for each set of bidding materials. Checks or money orders must
  be payable to The Department of Veterans Affairs. Bidding materials
  are limited and request will be filled on a first come, first
  served basis. Only one (1) set may be issued per requestor.
  Only written request, on company letterhead will be honored.
  Phone, fax and e-mail request will not be honored. Request
  should include the solicitation number, project number and
  should include the requestors status as a prime or principle
  sub contractor, mailing address, company telephone number and
  fax number. All request should be addressed to the attention
  of David L. Hill, (90C), VANTHCS, 4500 S. Lancaster Rd., Dallas
  Texas 75216. Bidders need to allow five (5) working days for
  reproduction after receipt of their request. Bidding materials
  will be available for viewing by the general public, at no
  cost and without membership, at the following organizations:
  CMD/AGC Plan Room, 1101 Stemmons Freeway, Suite 101, Dallas,
  TX 75229, phone (972) 484-1442; Fort Worth CMD/AGC Chapter,
  417 Fulton Street, Fort Worth, TX 76104, phone (817) 332-9265;
  McGraw-Hill Co., Inc., Dodge Division, 1341 Mockingbird Lane,
  Suite 2001, Dallas, TX 74247-4943, phone (214) 688-5001; McGraw-Hill
  Co., Inc., FW Dodge Division, 1300 Summit Avenue, Suite 740,
  Fort Worth, TX 76102, phone (817) 338-4788. Currently a Pre
  bid conference is not scheduled therefore bidders are encouraged
  to conduct a site visit. To schedule a site visit call Mr.
  Ismeal Salinas, Engineering Project Officer at (214) 857-1027.
  Should a Pre-Bid Conference be scheduled, the exact time, date
  and place will be shown on the solicitation. Solicitation will
  be issued on or about 08/28/2000 with sealed bids due on or
  about 09/26/2000.
CITE: (W-230 SN487429)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Supply Department NAVSEA Indian Head, 101 Strauss Ave,
  Indian Head, MD 20640-5035
SUBJECT: 13--HEAD ASSEMBLY
SOL N00174-00-Q-0269
DUE 091500
POC Carolyn Anderson, Code 1142C, (301) 744-6545
DESC: This solicitation will be available for downloading from
  our website beginning approximately 01 September 2000. Prior
  to this date, you will not be able to access this solicitation.
  When available, copies of this solicitation can ONLY BE OBTAINED
  FROM THE NSWC, INDIAN HEAD DIVISION INTERNET WEB PAGE. ADDRESS:
  http://www/ih.navy.mil/contracts. DRAWINGS WILL NOT BE AVAILABE
  ON THE INTERNET, DRAWINGS WILL ONLY BE MAILED TO CONTRACTORS
  BASED ON FAXED/E-MAIL REQUESTS. Note: All offerors will be
  ineligible for award unless they have registered in DoD's Central
  Contractor Registration Database. Offerors and contractors
  may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation
  requirements by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the internet
  at http://ccr2000.com. Head Assembly in accordance with drawing
  513-174-0148, Rev. A. Qty: 250 each. ITEMS ARE ON THE INDIAN
  HEAD DIVISION'S QUALIFIED BIDDER LIST (QBL). TO BE CONSIDERED
  FOR AWARD, ALL POTENTIAL OFFEROR'S MUST BE APPROVED IN ACCORDANCE
  WITH THE INDIAN HEAD QBL QUALIFICATION PLAN. Note: QBL qualification
  could require a substantial initial investment or an extended
  qualification time period. Direct all questions to the attention
  of Carolyn L. Anderson via fax (301) 744-6632 or e-mail andersoncl1@ih.navy.mil.
CITE: (W-230 SN487079)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 13--Ammunition and Explosives
OFFADD: Commander, Marine Corps System Command, Code CTQ, 2033
  Barnett Avenue, Ste 315, Quantico, VA 22134-5010
SUBJECT: 13--SIMULATED MUNITIONS
SOL M67854-00-D-2181
DUE 090100
POC Robert Celeste, Contract Specialist (703) 784-5822 ext. 244
DESC: The Marine Corps Systems Command intends to negotiate a
  Firm Fixed Price (FFP) indefinite delivery indefinite quantity
  (IDIQ) contract on a sole source basis in accordance with 10
  U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1), only one responsible source and no other
  supplies or services will satisfy the agency with Simunitions
  Ltd; PO Box 576, Avon CT 06001-0576. This requirement is for
  the following items: M4 Training Upper Receiver Kits with two
  magazines, product number 5304210SP, Training Simunitions,
  Blue Marking; 3,800/can product number 5303700, Training Simunition,
  Red marking, 3,800/can product number 5300432 and M4 20 Round
  Magazine, product number 5304210SP. The respective quantities
  required are a minimum of 350 each and a maximum of 500 each
  for the M4 Training Upper Receiver Kits, a minimum of 40, maximum
  of 120 for the Training Simunitions, Blue Marking, a minimum
  of 14, maximum of 70 for the Training Simunition, Red Marking
  and a minimum of 1800 and maximum of 5000 for the M4 20 Round
  Magazine. This action is in support of the Marine Corps Warfighting
  Laboratory Project Metropolis for use in Military Operations
  in Urban Terrain (MOUT) training. The majority of the training
  will be conducted in specially designed urban training facilities
  that do not allow the use of conventional munitions. The M4
  Training Upper receiver Kits are required in order to adapt
  the M4 rifle to fire the simulated munitions used. No solicitation
  document exists for this effort. Any responses to this announcement
  shall be submitted in writing and forwarded to the name and
  address identified above no later than 1 September 1999. See
  Note 22.
EMAILADD: celesterm@mcsc.usmc.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487226)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--FAIRING, AIRCRAFT
SOL SP047500R3235
DUE 101800
POC Crystal Ober/BV514/804-279-3639; Contracting Officer: Michele
  Thomas, 804-279-3118
DESC: 1560-00-703-7275 Fairing Aircraft IAW Rockwell International
  Corp Cage 89376 Dwg 249-33356 Rev E Dtd 12-26-63 P/N -11. This
  solicitation is for an indefinite quantity contract for a period
  of 12 months with an option to extend for an additional four
  12 month periods. Estimated Annual demand for the base year
  is 157 each and the estimated annual demand for the option
  years is 104 each. The requested delivery will be 240 days
  aro (90 days for production of first article units, 60 days
  for Contractor testing, 90 days for delivery after first article
  approval.) Contractor first article test is required. ABVM
  applies. To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation, 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 Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860.  
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487216)

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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--MODULE ASSEMBLY, RH
SOL DAAH23-00-R-0562
DUE 093000
POC James R. Lang, Contracting Officer, Fax Number, 256-955-9237.
DESC: Pron: AX0F0234AX, Solicitation Number: DAAH23-00-R-0562,
  NSN: 1560-01-236-3078, PN: 70308-03613-042, Quantity: 9 each,
  applicable to the UH-60 Helicopter. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries
  to New Cumberland, PA. This item is restricted to Sikorsky.
  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 CSL or SAR information. All responsible sources may submit
  an offer which shall be considered by the Agency. 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-AL-AC, James
  R. Lang, Contracting Officer, on FAX number, 256-955-9237.
   NOTES: 22, 23 and 26 
CITE: (W-230 SN487265)

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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--WINDOW, GUNNERS
SOL DAAH23-00-Q-1796
DUE 093000
POC James R. Lang, Contracting Officer, Fax Number, 256-955-9237.
DESC: NSN: 1560-01-106-1930, PN: 70216-02402-050, Solicitation
  Number: DAAH23-00-Q-1796, Quantity: 33 each, applicable to
  the UH-60 Helicopter. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to Texarkana,
  TX. Required delivery schedule with First Article Testing is
  11 each, 333 Days After Contract Award(DACA), and without FAT,
  11 each, 210 Days After Contract Award(DACA), and 11 per month
  thereafter until contract completion. Firms that recognize
  and can produce the required item described above are encouraged
  to identify themselves. The Government has rights to the technical
  data, the data package is complete, and there are no technical
  data, engineering, tooling or manufacturing restrictions. This
  is 100% Small Business Set-Aside. All responsible sources may
  submit an offer which shall be considered by the Agency. This
  requirement is 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-AL-C, James
  R. Lang, Contracting Officer, on FAX number 256-955-9237.
  NOTES: 23 and 26 
CITE: (W-230 SN487426)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 16--SEAT,AIRCRAFT
SOL N0038300QB273
DUE 092600
POC Contact Point, Thomas Rohan, 0231.16, (215)697-2326, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-1680-01-249-0667-XC, Ref Nr 859J11000-603, Qty 13
  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". , drwgs/specs
  not available, See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487032)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Aircraft Repair & Supply Center,
  HU25, HH65, H60J, C130 or Support Procurement, Building 79,
  75, 79, 78, or 63, Elizabeth City, NC, 27909-5001
SUBJECT: 16--TOW BAR, C130 FLIR
SOL DTCG38-00-Q-200040
DUE 082400
POC Cynthia Soules, HH65 Purchasing Agent, Phone 252-335-6641,
  Fax 252-334-5240, Email CSoules@arsc.uscg.mil - Elissa Gill,
  HH65 Contracting Officer, Phone 252-335-6141, Fax 252-334-5240,
  Email EGill@arsc.uscg.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  item 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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation number DTCG38-00-Q-200040 is issued
  as a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The applicable
  standard Industrial Classification Code is 3728. The small
  business size standard is 1,000 employees. This is being solicited
  on a sole source basis with KWD Mfg, San Antonio, TX. The requirement
  consists of the following item utilized as ground support equipment
  for the C130 aircraft. Item (1) TOW BAR, C130 FLIR, P/N 126-700,
  (cage Code 71670), quantity required 12 each. Drawings or specifications
  are not available, and can not be furnished by the Government.
  Delivery is required within 120 days after receipt of order.
  Delivery destinations and quantities to each site are as follows:
  USCG Air Station Kodiak, AK (receives 3 units), USCG Air Station
  Clearwater, Clearwater, FL (receives 3 units), Def & Space
  Div, Shreveport, LA, (receives 6 units). Earlier deliveries
  will be accepted. Packaging, Packing, and preservation shall
  be in accordance with best commercial practices to enable shipment
  to destination and transshipment to Coast Guard units without
  repackaging or incurring damage during shipment and handling.
  Items shall be individually packaged and labeled. Labeling
  shall include the appropriate National Stock Number, Part Number,
  Nomenclature, Quantity, Purchase Order and Line Item Number.
  Labeling data shall be attached to the outside of the shipping
  container. Bar coding is not required. The contractor shall
  furnish a Certificate of Conformance in accordance with Federal
  Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause 52.246-15. Certificate
  of Conformance must be submitted in the format specified in
  the clause. The following FAR Subpart 12 provisions and clauses
  are incorporated by reference: FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to
  Offerors-Commercial Items (Nov 1999); FAR 52.212-3 Offeror
  Representations and Certifications- Commercial Items (Feb 2000)-Offeror
  shall include a complete copy of this provision with their
  offer. FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items (May 1999) with the following included by addendum: 52.211-14
  Notice of Priority Rating for National Defense Use (Sept 1990)
  DO rated, 52.211-15 Defense Priority and Allocation Requirements
  (Sept 1990), 52.211-17 Delivery of Excess Quantities (Sept
  1989), 52.247-34 F.O.B. Destination (Nov 1991), 52.212-5 Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items (Feb 2000) (b) (11)-(15) and (23).
  FAR 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference (Feb 1998),
  also the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically
  at this Internet address: www.deskbook.osd.mil. The Defense
  Priorities and Allocations System assigned rating is DO-A1.
  Point of contact is Cynthia Soules at (252)335-6641, fax (252)334-5240.
  Closing date/time for submission of quotations is 24 August
  2000 at 3:00 P.M. local time. Submit to USCG Aircraft Repair
  and Supply Center, H65 Product Line, Building 75, Elizabeth
  City, NC 27909-5001, Attn: Cynthia Soules. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer, which will be considered. Offers
  may be submitted on company letterhead stationery indicating
  the National Stock Number, Nomenclature, Part Number and Unit
  Price. 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 forms of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable
  for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit
  is $500,000 with interest at prime rate. For further information,
  call (800) 532-1169. Internet address:
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=DTCG38-00-Q-200040&LocID=487
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: CSoules@arsc.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487063)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Aircraft Repair & Supply Center,
  HU25, HH65, H60J, C130 or Support Procurement, Building 79,
  75, 79, 78, or 63, Elizabeth City, NC, 27909-5001
SUBJECT: 16--GUIDE, CABLE
SOL DTCG38-00-Q-200053
DUE 082400
POC Cynthia Soules, HH65 Purchasing Agent, Phone 252-335-6641,
  Fax 252-334-5240, Email CSoules@arsc.uscg.mil - Elissa Gill,
  HH65 Contracting Officer, Phone 252-335-6141, Fax 252-334-5240,
  Email EGill@arsc.uscg.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  item 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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation number DTCG38-00-Q-200053 is issued
  as a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The applicable
  standard Industrial Classification Code is 3728. The small
  business size standard is 1,000 employees. This is being solicited
  on a sole source basis with Transtechnology Corp Breeze Eastern,
  Union, NJ. The requirement consists of the following item utilized
  on the HH65A helicopter. Item (1) NSN 1680-01-HS1-4539, GUIDE
  CABLE, P/N BL-6332, quantity required 5 each. Drawings or specifications
  are not available, and can not be furnished by the Government.
  Delivery is required within 365 days after receipt of order.
  Deliver to USCG Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Receiving
  Section, Bldg. 63, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, 27909-5001.
  Earlier deliveries will be accepted. Packaging, Packing, and
  preservation shall be in accordance with best commercial practices
  to enable shipment to destination and transshipment to Coast
  Guard units without repackaging or incurring damage during
  shipment and handling. Items shall be individually packaged
  and labeled. Labeling shall include the appropriate National
  Stock Number, Part Number, Nomenclature, Quantity, Purchase
  Order and Line Item Number. Labeling data shall be attached
  to the outside of the shipping container. Bar coding is not
  required. All items ordered must be airworthy and suitable
  for installation on Coast Guard Aircraft. The contractor shall
  furnish either a Certificate of Airworthiness in accordance
  with FAA procedures (FAA For 8130-3 or 8130-4) or a Certificate
  of Conformance in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) clause 52.246-15. Certificate of Conformance must be
  submitted in the format specified in the clause. The following
  FAR Subpart 12 provisions and clauses are incorporated by reference:
  FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (Nov
  1999); FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-
  Commercial Items (Feb 2000)-Offeror shall include a complete
  copy of this provision with their offer. FAR 52.212-4 Contract
  Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (May 1999) with the following
  included by addendum: 52.211-14 Notice of Priority Rating for
  National Defense Use (Sept 1990) DO rated, 52.211-15 Defense
  Priority and Allocation Requirements (Sept 1990), 52.211-17
  Delivery of Excess Quantities (Sept 1989), 52.247-34 F.O.B.
  Destination (Nov 1991), 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Feb 2000) (b) (11)-(15) and (23). FAR 52.252-2 Clauses
  Incorporated by Reference (Feb 1998), also the full text of
  a clause may be accessed electronically at this Internet address:
  www.deskbook.osd.mil. The Defense Priorities and Allocations
  System assigned rating is DO-A1. Point of contact is Cynthia
  Soules at (252)335-6641, fax (252)334-5240. Closing date/time
  for submission of quotations is 24 August 2000 at 3:00 P.M.
  local time. Submit to USCG Aircraft Repair and Supply Center,
  H65 Product Line, Building 75, Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5001,
  Attn: Cynthia Soules. All responsible sources may submit an
  offer, which will be considered. Offers may be submitted on
  company letterhead stationery indicating the National Stock
  Number, Nomenclature, Part Number and Unit Price. 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 forms of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable
  for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit
  is $500,000 with interest at prime rate. For further information,
  call (800) 532-1169. Internet address:
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=DTCG38-00-Q-200053&LocID=487
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: CSoules@arsc.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487068)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: 16--EA6B SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
SOL N68335-00-R-0470
POC Ms. Jennifer Vaccaro, (732)323-5129
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst
  intends to negotiate a sole source contract with Northrop Grumman
  for the procurement of the following support equipment for
  the EA-6B program: Switch and Cable Assy., P/N 1128SAV40153-1,
  Qty. 11; Pilot, P/N 1128SME40036-1, Qty 1; Engine Suspension
  Bar Assy., P/N 128SEME10000-1, Qty. 1; Guide Rail Kit, P/N
  128GT10026, Qty. 5; Angle Nose Gage, P/N 128SME60609-1, Qty
  8; Aircraft Ground Safety Lock, P/N 128SME60816-1, Qty. 6;
  Power Adapter Assembly, P/N A51S29062-5, Qty. 21; Special Purpose
  Electrical Cable Assembly, P/N 128SEAV13546-1, Qty. 2; Cable
  Set Adapter, P/N 1128SAV40054-1, Qty. 2; Rigging Tool, P/N
  1128SME40810-1, Qty 1. This requirement is for supplies for
  which the Government does not own specifications or drawings
  to permit full and open competition. The Government intends
  to procure the above supplies from Northrop Grumman under the
  authority of 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1) implemented by FAR 6.302-1
  and under an approved Justification and Approval (J&A). See
  numbered note(s) 22. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487109)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--TUBE, AIR REFUEL
SOL SP0470-00-R-3661
DUE 100200
POC Buyer: Suzanne Angus, 804-279-5410; Contracting Officer:
  Patrick Finegan, 804-279-6659
DESC: NSN: 1680-00-724-0923; Nomenclature: Tube, Air Refuel;
  Configuration Control Applies; Manufacturer: Sargent Fletcher
  Corp., Cage 72429; Part Number: 149C4004; Quantity: 42; Unit
  of Issue: Each; Delivery: 29 each to Jacksonville, FL and 13
  each to Cherry Point, NC 210 Days ARO; FOB: Origin, Inspection/Acceptance:
  Origin; Unrestricted. Solicitation includes a 100% Quantity
  Option. Based upon market research, the Government is not using
  the policies contained in Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial
  Items, in its solicitation for the described supplies or services.
  However, interested persons may identify to the Contracting
  Officer their interest and capability to satisfy the Government's
  requirement with a commercial item within 15 days of this notice.
  All responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered by the agency. The Contracting Office
  will accept requests for solicitations at DSCR-JJAB, ATTN:
  Bid Custodian, Telephone: 804-279-3026; Fax 804-279-4165. Technical
  Data Package Availability: Specifications, plans or drawings
  relating to the procurement described are not available and
  cannot be furnished by the Government. The final contract award
  decision may be based upon a combination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sangus@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487160)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--CABLE ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0470-00-R-3662
DUE 100200
POC Buyer: Suzanne Angus, 804-279-5410; Contracting Officer:
  Patrick Finegan, 804-279-6659
DESC: NSN: 1610-00-345-7423; Nomenclature: Cable Assembly; Configuration
  Control Applies; Manufacturer: Hamilton Standard Corp., Cage
  73030; Part Number: 714324-1; Quantity: 94; Unit of Issue:
  Each; Delivery to New Cumberland, PA 180 Days ARO; FOB: Origin,
  Inspection/Acceptance: Origin; Unrestricted. Solicitation includes
  a 100% Quantity Option. Based upon market research, the Government
  is not using the policies contained in Part 12, Acquisition
  of Commercial Items, in its solicitation for the described
  supplies or services. However, interested persons may identify
  to the Contracting Officer their interest and capability to
  satisfy the Government's requirement with a commercial item
  within 15 days of this notice. All responsible sources may
  submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered
  by the agency. The Contracting Office will accept requests
  for solicitations at DSCR-JJAB, ATTN: Bid Custodian, Telephone:
  804-279-3026; Fax 804-279-4165. Technical Data Package Availability:
  Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the procurement
  described are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. The final contract award decision may be based
  upon a combination of price, past performance and other evaluation
  factors as described in the solicitation.
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sangus@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487173)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--ACTUATOR, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL PARTS KIT
SOL SP0470-00-R-3663
DUE 100200
POC Buyer: Suzanne Angus, 804-279-5410; Contracting Officer:
  Patrick Finegan, 804-279-6659
DESC: NSN: 1680-01-169-4791; Nomenclature: Actuator, Electro-Mechanical
  Parts Kit; Configuration Control Applies; Manufacturer: Whittaker
  Corp., Cage 79318, Part Number: 50551 OR Oklahoma City Air
  Logistics Center, Cage 98748, Part Number: 83B47372-10; Quantity:
  247; Unit of Issue: Each; Delivery: 97 ea to Stockton, CA and
  150 ea to Tinker AFB, OK 240 Days ARO; FOB: Origin, Inspection/Acceptance:
  Origin; Unrestricted. Solicitation includes a 100% Quantity
  Option. Based upon market research, the Government is not using
  the policies contained in Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial
  Items, in its solicitation for the described supplies or services.
  However, interested persons may identify to the Contracting
  Officer their interest and capability to satisfy the Government's
  requirement with a commercial item within 15 days of this notice.
  All responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered by the agency. The Contracting Office
  will accept requests for solicitations at DSCR-JJAB, ATTN:
  Bid Custodian, Telephone: 804-279-3026; Fax 804-279-4165. Technical
  Data Package Availability: Specifications, plans or drawings
  relating to the procurement described are not available and
  cannot be furnished by the Government. The final contract award
  decision may be based upon a combination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.

LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sangus@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487186)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--SAFETY LEVEL SPARES-SUPPORT DEPLOYMENT
SOL DAAH23-99-G-0012/0012
DUE 091700
POC Sandra K. Blanding, Contract Specialist (256) 313-4708, Stephen
  D. Bradford, Contracting Officer (256) 313-4059
DESC: The U.S. Army Aviation & Missile Command proposes to on
  other than full and open competitive basis, Safety Level Spares
  to Support Deployment of the FCR on the AH-64D Longbow Apache
  Helicopter. Effort is to procure safety level spare and repair
  parts to support possible deployment of the FCR/RFI on the
  AH-64D. The Government intends to utilize a Firm Fixed Price
  delivery order to Contract DAAH23-99-G-0012/D.O. 0012. This
  is a sole source requirement to Longbow Limited Liability Company,
  578 South Semoran Blvd., Orlando, FL. Only LBLLC have the technical
  expertise and experience necessary to execute a pool of spare
  and repair parts to support this requirement for the FCR/RFI.
  Under the Authority and Justification for Other Than Full and
  Open Competition of 10 U.S.C.(c) (1), only one source or a
  limited number of responsible sources are able to satisfy agency
  requirements. No solicitation will be issued. Interested parties
  should identify themselves in writing to Contracting Officer/Specialist.
  All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall
  be considered by this agency. See number Note(s) 22
CITE: (W-230 SN487236)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--SLEEVE, CYLINDER BRAKE
SOL SP047500R3457
DUE 101800
POC Crystal Ober/BV514/804-279-3639; Contracting Officer: Michele
  Thomas/804-279-3118
DESC: 1630-01-223-5354, YPG00182000911, Sleeve, Cylinder Brake,
  Aircraft Braking Systems Cage 0B9R9, P/N 5003615, Quantity
  requested is 1600 each. The award for this item will be made
  via a delivery order against a basic ordering agreement F0960396G0009.
  Note 22 applies.  
LINKURL: www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487296)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Turkish Embassy, Office of Defense Attache, Air Force
  Procurement Office, 2202 Massachusetts Ave. NW., Washington,
  DC 20008
SUBJECT: 17--RAPCON TRAINING SIMILATOR SYSTEM 
SOL MH00-A6-001
DUE 091400
POC Contact Point: Cmsgt. Bekir Korkmaz Tel: 202-939-1873 Fax:
  202-387-7976
DESC: Turkish Ministry of National Defense requests proposal
  for 1 SET RAPCON TRAINING SIMILATOR SYSTEM. Requirement list(s)
  and Administrative and/or Technical Specifications can be obtained
  by providing your FedEx account number via fax request. Request
  without Fedex number will not be taken into consideration.
  No request for the solicitation package will be accepted after
  deadline. Quotations shall be handed out individually or mailed
  to Turkey. Delays in the mail and proposals received after
  the closing date of the tender shall not be taken into consideration.

CITE: (W-229 SN486973)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Turkish Embassy, Office of Defense Attache, Air Force
  Procurement Office, 2202 Massachusetts Ave. NW., Washington,
  DC 20008
SUBJECT: 17--MOBILE TACAN SYSTEM
SOL MH00A3008
DUE 091900
POC Contact Point: Cmsgt. Bekir Korkmaz Tel: 202-939-1873 Fax:
  202-387-7976
DESC: Turkish Ministry of National Defense requests proposal
  for 1 EA MOBILE TACAN SYSTEM. Requirement list(s) and Administrative
  and/or Technical Specifications can be obtained by providing
  your FedEx account number via fax request. Request without
  Fedex number will not be taken into consideration. No request
  for the solicitation package will be accepted after deadline.
  Quotations shall be handed out individually or mailed to Turkey.
  Delays in the mail and proposals received after the closing
  date of the tender shall not be taken into consideration. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486974)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 17--ACTUATOR ASSY
SOL N0038300RP667
DUE 092600
POC Contact Point, Sandra A Parker, 0222.03, (215)697-3374, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-1720-00-450-9991-EY, SPEC NR TDP VER 004, IAW Ref
  Nr 17-61557-5, Qty 18 EA, Delivery FOB Origin, Contract 100
  Percent Small Business Set Aside-- 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 26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487033)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding, San Diego Detachment, 521
  Russell Avenue, Suite 40, Code 400, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860
SUBJECT: 19--REPLACE PROPELLER SHAFT ON THE TWR-6
SOL N47456-00-R-0047
DUE 090100
POC Greg Weathers (808) 474-7355
DESC: Job Order contract is for replacement of the propeller
  shaft for the TWR-6. Work is to be performed at the Contractor's
  plant on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii. Period of performance
  is 8 September to 12 October 2000. Contractor must have a Master
  Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA) or Agreement for Boat Repair (ABR)
  with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), U. S. Navy. All responsible
  MSRA/ABR sources may submit proposal offers which will be considered
  by the agency. MSRA/ABR requests for copies of the solicitation
  should be received by SUPSHIP San Diego Detachment, Pearl Harbor,
  Hawaii, no later than 20 August 2000. 
EMAILADD: WeathersGL@sdph.supship.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-229 SN486996)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, MS 204, 12201 Sunrise Valley
  Drive, Reston, Va 20192
SUBJECT: 19--17" FLAT BOTTOM JON BOAT
SOL 00HQQQ0178
DUE 090100
POC Karen Staubs, Contracting Officer, 703-648-7901 fax
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation.
  Proposals are being requested under Request For Quotes (RFQ)
  # 00HQQQ0178 posted on Electronic Commerce. Details may be
  viewed on the Department of Interior's Business Opportunities
  Web Page at http://ideasec.er.usgs.gov. The posted RFQ contains
  a description of the service, quantity, delivery, and applicable
  clauses. All vendors who can meet this requirement, and have
  a valid Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), are invited to submit
  electronic quotes for this posted RFQ. A written solicitation
  for this requirement will not be issued. THIS ACQUISITION WILL
  BE MADE UNDER THE SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION THRESHOLD OF $100,000.00.
  SIC code for this acquisition is 5551. Quotes are due by close
  of business on Friday, September 1, 2000. The provisions at
  1452.212-1, Instructions to Offerors, and 1454.212-5 (or 5I),
  Contract Terms and Conditions, as they appear in the RFQ apply
  to this acquisition. Numbered note(s) 1 apply. 
LINKURL: http://ideasec.er.usgs.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kstaubs@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487041)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: U. S. Department Of Commerce, NOAA, Central Administrative
  Support Center, 601 East 12th St., CC31, Rm. 1756, Kansas City,
  Missouri 64106
SUBJECT: 19--UPGRADE PROPULSION SYSTEM
SOL JD-00-0003
POC Joseph D'Felio (816) 426-7267, Ext. 225
DESC: Furnish all labor, material, engineering, equipment and
  each and every item of expense for the upgrade of the propulsion
  system of the NOAA research ship Shenehon. The ship is a 65
  foot, 90 ton displacement steel hull vessel originally built
  in 1953 to U.S. Army T-boat design. The mechanicals and propulsion
  system are largely unaltered. The vessel is berthed in Muskegon,
  Michigan and will be available to the contractor on or about
  November 30, 2000 with work to be completed no later than April
  30, 2001. The ship is to be covered by Shipyard Liability insurance
  while in the shipyard. The contractor shall conduct performance
  sea trials with the equipment manufacturer's representative
  and the NOAA crew prior to final acceptance. Work includes
  but is not limited to: (1) haul the ship out in dry dock or
  with a travel lift (hauling, dry dock, lay day and electrical
  services shall be quoted as separate items). (2) Replace the
  original diesel engine, a Caterpillar D375, with a new commercial
  diesel engine rated continuous medium duty' of at least 400
  BHP with keel cooling. Installation will include any required
  modifications to the engine bed and new resilient mounts. Exhaust
  piping will be connected to existing dry stack mufflers. The
  engine mounted panel and the pilot house panel, as a minimum,
  will have a tachometer, water temperature gauge, gear pressure
  gauge and hour meter. Pilot house controls are to be electric
  and in accordance with the engine manufacturers specification.
  Emergency stop buttons are to be located in both the engine
  room and pilot house. A forward end PTO unit for a fire pump
  or hydraulic pump shall be quoted as a separate item. (3) Replacement
  of the original 2:1 reduction gear with a new gear box selected
  to provide optimum propeller speed for this type of vessel,
  provisionally 2:1. This reduction gear box is to be fitted
  with a clutch, thrust bearing and oil cooler. A trolling valve
  is to be quoted as a separate item. Pending inspection by the
  contractor and the Marine Superintendent, the existing shaft
  will be machined if necessary and mated to the gear box. (4)
  Installation of grid type keel coolers will replace the existing
  fresh water cooling. The quote should include separate costs
  for main engine keel coolers and grid coolers for the existing
  20 & 30 kw ship service generators. (5) removal of the existing
  150 gallon fuel oil day tank and transfer pump. The new main
  engine shall be plumbed to draw from the existing filters which
  will be supplied from either port or starboard saddle tanks.
  A cross over line currently exists. (6) The contractor shall
  quote a new propeller based upon the proposed main engine rated
  horsepower and RPM if the existing propeller will not fully
  utilize the available power. The design is to be for optimum
  speed and not bollard pull. The propeller diameter and pitch
  are to be selected to absorb the normal power output efficiently
  at both sprint and cruising speed. The existing original propeller
  is a 46 inch 3 blade. (7) The contractor shall quote removal
  of a non-water tight bulkhead at midship which currently separates
  the laboratory space and the fidely as a separate item. (8)
  Both port and starboard fuel tanks are to be inspected and
  cleaned. (9) All new or repair work shall be primed and repainted
  with marine grade paint to match existing colors. This is a
  total small business set-aside. SIC code 3731 applies. Drawings
  and specifications will be available on or about August 31,2000.
  A pre-bid conference is tentatively scheduled for the week
  of September 3, 2000. All responsible sources may submit a
  bid which shall be considered by the agency. All requests for
  bid documents must be in writing. Requests may be faxed to
  (816) 426-7530.
EMAILADD: Joseph.D.Dfelio@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487069)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics
  Command - Atlantic, 300 East Main Street, Suite 600, Norfolk,
  VA, 23510-9102
SUBJECT: 20--MERCRUISER ENGINE ASSEMBLY FOR 42 FOOT DEPLOYABLE
  PURSUIT BOATS
SOL DTCG80-00-P-3YS262
DUE 081800
POC Frank Schuetz, Purchasing Agent, Phone 757-628-4641, Fax
  757-628-4677, Email fschuetz@mlca.uscg.mil - Beverly Garner,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (757) 628-4663, Fax (757) 628-4677,
  Email
DESC: Notice of intent to award purchase order DTCG80-00-P-3YS262
  on a sole source basis to Mercruiser under the authority of
  FAR 6.302-1. The requirement is for 502 MAG MPI Sterndrive
  engine assembly p/n 2-3753227M1. The following specifications
  apply: propshaft hp: 415 (310 kW), displacement: 8.2/502, cylinders:
  V-8, bore & stroke (in/mm): 4.47 x 4.00/114x101, compression
  ratio: 8.75:1, fuel system: MPI, full throttle RPM range: 4600-5000,
  ignition type: Digital, alternator: 65/917, length (in/cm):
  39/99, width (in/cm): 32/81, height (in/cm): 22/56, gear ratio-
  bravo one ( primary/ optional/ high altitude): 1.5/1.36/1.65.
  This assembly is for a magnum transom. Required delivery date
  is September 5, 2000. The standard industrial classification
  code is 5091, and the size standard is 100 employees. Interested
  persons may identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the request or submit a quote. This notice of intent is
  not a request for competitive quotes. However all quotes received
  after the date of publication of this synopsis will be considered
  by the government. A determination by the government not to
  compete with the proposed contract upon responses to this notice
  is solely with the discretion of the government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  No telephone requests will be accepted. Award date is August
  18,2000. For additional information on the above requirement
  phone SK2 Schuetz, at (757) 628-4641, or fax request for information
  to (757) 628-4677. _This notice is for informational purposes
  for Minority, Women-Owned and Disadvantaged business enterprises
  to acquire short-term working capital assistance for transportation-related
  contracts. Loans are available under the DOT Short-term Lending
  Program (STLP) at prime interest rates to provide accounts
  receivable financing. The maximum line or credit is $500,000.
  For further information and applicable forms concerning the
  STLP, call the OSDBU at (800) 532-1169. For information concerning
  the acquisition, contact the contracting official listed above.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=DTCG80-00-P-3YS262&LocID=497
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: fschuetz@mlca.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487171)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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,
  LOUISVILLE, KY
SOL DACW27-00-B-0037
DUE 072500
POC Dana Craig (502)625-7633 or Elaine McKim (502)582-6295
DESC: CANCELLATION: Invitation for Bids DACW27-00-B-0037, posted
  on CBDnet July 11, 2000, is cancelled in its entirety. 
LINKURL: http://www.lrl.usace.army.mil/ebs
LINKDESC: 
  Solicitations Page
CITE: (W-230 SN487277)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Fleet & Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk Naval Shipyard
  Annex, Purchase Division, Bldg. 1500, Portsmouth, VA 23709-5000
SUBJECT: 20--SHIPBOARD FURNITURE
SOL N00181-00-Q-0729
DUE 083100
POC Karen England, Contracting Officer, (757) 396-8372
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial
  item prepared in accordance with FAR 13 with the format in
  Subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. This announcement constitutes the ONLY solicitation
  A SEPARATE WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE ISSUED. Solicitation
  number N00181-00-Q-0729 applies and quotations are being requested.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-17
  and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement
  1998 Ed. The Standard Industrial Code is 2599 with a small
  business size of 500 employees. For purposes of award evaluation,
  a 10% preference shall be given to HUBZone contractors. FISC
  Norfolk/NNSY Annex reserves the right to evaluate on the basis
  of the advantages and disadvantages regarding the issuing
  of more than one award (multiple award). FISC Norfolk/NNSY
  Annex intends to make a firm fixed price award for the following:
  Item 0001, Viewport Desk, Similar to U.S. Navy Shipboard catalog,
  SFC No. B-4E-6 modified as follows: 1) Width: 51 inches; 2)Built-in
  locking 3 drawer pedestal left; 3) locking CPU pedestal right;
  4) roll-out keyboard drawer; 5)CRT carriage; 6)Tie-down straps
  to secure CPU and CRT; 7)Top of desk shall have an opening
  for cables; 8)Furnished with deck clips and all hardware; 9)Color
  of metal surfaces shall be Cool Gray Color chip No. 26307,
  top painted, no laminate required. Wright Computer products
  P/N 2551-SB or equal, qty: 33 each. Item 0002: Computer chair
  with arms, gray upholstery, U.S. Navy Shipboard catalog No.
  B-3D-4; qty: 33 each. IAW FAR 52.212-1(b)(4) FAILURE TO PROVIDE
  THE NECESSARY DATA FOR EVALUATION MAY RESULT IN A CONTRACTOR'S
  OFFER BEING DEEMED AS NON-RESPONSIVE. Delivery shall be FOB
  destination, NNSY,Receiving Officer, B276, Ports, VA 23709.
  Inspection/acceptance at destination. DFARS 252.204-7004 REQUIRED
  CENTRAL REGISTRATION" applies. Lack of registration in the
  CCR database will make an offeror/quoter INELIGIBLE FOR AWARD.
  Info can be obtained through Internet @ http://ccr/edi.disa.mil.
  FAR 52.212-1, 52-212-3, 52.212-4, 52.212-5 (52.222-21, 52.222-26,
  52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37 invoked), ADDENDA: DFAR 252.212-7001
  W/252.225-7001 applies. A COMPLETED CERTIFICATION AS REQUIRED
  BY FAR 52.212-3 SHALL ACCOMPANY ALL RESPONSES TO THIS SOLICITATION.
  Offers shall be evaluated for fair and reasonable prices, technical
  acceptability, adherence to applicable clauses, provisions,
  required delivery and satisfactory past performance record.
  Parties responding to this solicitation may submit their quote
  in accordance with their standard commercial practices (e.g.
  company letterhead, formal quote form, etc) but must include
  the following information: 1)Complete mailing/remittance address;
  2)prompt payment discount; 3)anticipated delivery; 4)Taxpayer
  ID number; 5) All completed certifications as required herein.
  All quotations must be received NLT 3:30 PM local time, AUG
  31, 2000. Responses shall addressed to Karen England and shall
  either be mailed to FISC Norfolk/NNSY Annex, Code 530.1G, Bldg
  1500, Portsmouth, VA 23709-5000 or faxed to (757) 396-8503.

EMAILADD: englandkl@nnsy.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487300)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 23--Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers,
  and Cycles
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 23--M1000 HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRANSPORTER (HET) SEMITRAILER
  - 220 EACH - FINAL BUY OUT
SOL N/A
POC Jack Brown; e-mail: brownj@tacom.army.mil
DESC: THIS IS A SOLE SOURCE ITEM. NOTICE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL
  PURPOSES ONLY -  Note 22. This contract action is the final
  buy-out of the M1000 HET Semitrailer, which the Government
  intends to negotiate and acquire sole source from SEI Corporation,
  the current, and only, producer, pursuant to FAR 6.302-1. Firms
  interested in subcontracting opportunities should contact SEI
  Corporation, 201 Evans Lane, St. Louis, MO 63121.
LINKURL: http://www.contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunities.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: brownj@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487309)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Contracting Department,
  PO Box 97, Jacksonville, Florida 32212-0097
SUBJECT: 25--AUTOMOTIVE ALIGNMENT SYSTEM 
SOL N46450-00-T-0052
DUE 090100
POC Donna Hill 912-673-2656
DESC: See Note #1 - 100% set-aside for Small Business concerns
    ITEM 0001 V3D (or Equal) Gold Alignment System ITEM 0002
  9000LB Scissor Alignment Rack   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. The announcement constitutes the only
  solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation
  will not be issued.  **Note** - The Government reserves the
  right to award on an all or none basis.
EMAILADD: DONNA_M_HILL@JAX.FISC.NAVY.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486972)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Red River Army Depot, Contracting Directorate, 100 Main
  Drive, Texarkana, TX 75507-5000
SUBJECT: 25--M1 ROADWHEEL ASSEMBLIES
SOL DAAE32-00-B-0005
DUE 100500
POC Donald E. Kennedy (903) 334-2656, fax (903)334-2541, email
  dkennedy@redriver-ex.army.mil
DESC: Red River Army Depot intends to issue a solicitation resulting
  in a requirements type contract for M1 Road Wheel Assemblies
  in support of its roadwheel rebuild program. Contract period
  will be 12 months. The parts required are as follows: NSN 15,000
  each , Roadwheel M1E1, NSN 1920712324556 in accordance with
  drawing 12324556; 25,000 each Wear Plates, NSN 5340-01-199-2364in
  accordance with12324549; 200,000 each Self Locking Nuts, NSN
  5310-00-009-3927, in accordance with drawing 8712289; 200,000
  each Flat Washers, NSN 5310-00-866-4418 in accordance with
  drawing 10910174. The solicitation will include a clause for
  an increase in quantity. Contract will be awarded on an all
  or none basis. Firms interested in receiving this solicitation
  may download it from our website at www.redriver.army.mil/contract.html-ssi
  under the table of open solicitations tab. The solicitation
  will be available on the issue date of 5 September 2000. The
  drawings will be posted to the web immediately. The drawings
  will be located under the Solicitations/Awards/Downloads tab
  under 00B0005. Firms downloading the solicitation are asked
  to notify Don Kennedy at dkennedy@redriver-ex.army.mil for
  inclusion on the bidders mailing list to ensure notification
  of amendments or other changes to the solicitation.  
LINKURL: http://www.redriver.army.mil/contract.html-ssi
LINKDESC: 
  Network
EMAILADD: dkennedy@redriver-ex.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486981)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 25--PUMP ASSEMBLY, POWER
SOL DAAE07-00-R-S144
POC John Denys (810) 574-6580
DESC: Item: Pump Assembly, Power. NSN: 2530-01-460-2439. Mfg
  P/N: AM General Corp, RCSK18330. Solicitation for a 5 year
  IDIQ. Quantity: Minimum Guaranteed Qty: 3,300, 5 Year Maximum
  Qty: 40,790. Option: None. FOB: Origin. See Note 22. The offer
  due date is on or about 10 Oct 00 (see solicitation for actual
  due date). To view more of TACOM's acquisitions and awards
  visit website http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunity.htm.
LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: denysj@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487045)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--ROD ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0750-00-R-3212
DUE 101000
POC For information only, Point of Contact -- Patty Snyder, Telephone
  number: (614) 692-1127.
DESC: NSN: 2530-00-797-9189, Rod Assembly, Torque. Made in accordance
  with drawing number: (19207) 7979189. Estimated annual quantity:
  484 ea. Items will be shipped to various zones within conus.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote, which shall
  be considered. See Note(s): twenty-six (26). This solicitation
  is an RFP and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs/dscccols.com/rfp
  on its issue date of 07 September 2000. Hard copies of this
  solicitation will not be available.The small business size
  standard is 500 employees. Technical drawings/bid sets are
  available from DSCC-VTRD via one of the following media: internet
  at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp for RFPs and IFBs and http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfq
  for RFQs; telephone at (614) 692-2344; e-mail at drawings@dscc.dla.mil
  or by mail at Defense Supply Center Columbus, ATTN: DSCC-VTRD,
  PO Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43216-5000. Requests should include
  the IFB/RFP/RFQ number, opening/closing date, NSN, Purchase
  Request Number (e.g. YPC/YPE), buyer's name and your complete
  name and address. FEDERAL, MILITARY AND COMMERICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  CANNOT BE PROVIDED BY DSCC. The proposed procurement contains
  an option to extend the contract period one or more times at
  the discretion of the Government. The total shall not exceed
  5 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. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487102)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFFTC - AF Flight Test Center, 30 North Wolfe Avenue, Edwards
  AFB, CA, 93524-6351
SUBJECT: 25--COMPONENTS FOR JOHN DEERE FRONT END LOADER
SOL F04700-00-T-0078
DUE 082800
POC Grace Watson, Contract Specialist, Phone 661-277-7453, Fax
  661-277-2114, Email grace.watson@edwards.af.mil - Senah Williams,
  Contract Negotiator, Phone DSN527-7708, Fax 661-275-7806, Email
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The solicitation number is F04700-00-T-0078.
  The solicitation is a request for quotation (RFQ). The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. This
  is a brand-name acquisition; set aside to small business, the
  standard industrial classification code is 5084. Edwards AFB,
  Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) requires the following:
  1 each 600HV Hydraulic JRB Quick Coupler; 1 each 600 JPH 3rd
  Function Jumper Hoses; 1 each QC600CUP, 10 Utility Forks 106
  degrees C, 72 inches TIMES JRB Hydraulics; 1 each 450 GBR,
  Large Capacity Grapple; 1 each JRB Blank, to include labor
  and freight. These units are to be used on a John Deere Front
  End Loader. The JRB Blank is to be welded to the existing bucket
  on the tractor in order that it will accommodate the quick
  disconnect. The hydraulic hoses/fittings are required to operate
  the grappler or utility forks when they are attached to the
  tractor. Place of delivery and acceptance is at Edwards AFB,
  CA, with an FOB destination and date of delivery of 30 days
  after receipt of order. The following provisions and clauses
  apply: 52.252-2 - Clauses Incorporated by Reference. This contract
  incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same
  force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request,
  the contracting officer will make their full text available.
  Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically
  at these addresses: http://farsite.hill.af.mil or http://www.arnet.gov/far
  (End of clause). Provisions at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors_Commercial,
  applies to this acquisition. Offerors must include a completed
  copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications_Commercial Items, with its offer. Clause
  52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions_Commercial Items, also
  applies. Clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders_Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity;
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action Special Disabled and Vietnam
  Era Veterans; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Handicapped
  Workers; 52.232-33, Mandatory Information Electronic Funds
  Transfer Payments; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special
  Disabled Veterans of the Vietnam Era; 252.212.7001, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items;
  252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration; 252.225-7001,
  Buy American Act and Balance of Payment Program; and 252.225-7036,
  North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act _ Balance
  of Payment Program. Offers are due at Air Force Flight Test
  Center (AFFTC), Directorate of Contracting, 30 North Wolfe
  Avenue, Edwards AFB, CA 93524-6351, by 28 August 2000, 4:00
  p.m. Contact Grace Watson at 661-277-7453 for information regarding
  the solicitation. Faxed transmissions of quotes are preferred,
  661-275-9603.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F04700-00-T-0078&LocID=906
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: grace.watson@edwards.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487311)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 25--VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
SOL DAAE07-00-R-S125
POC Paulette Burton (810) 574-5632
DESC: Brake Chamber,Fail. NSN; 2530-01-125-6076.Part Number is
  source Control to Meritor Heavy Vehicle System (8500) under
  part number X76-3276-L-12.Qty:1,000.Option:100%/120 Days. The
  offer due date is on or about September 29,2000.
CITE: (W-230 SN487378)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 25--PANNEL, BODY, VEHICULAR 
SOL DAAE07-00-Q-S178
POC Robert Humann (810-574-6440
DESC: Item: Panel, Body, Vehicular; NSN: 2510-01-210-6197; PN:
  12303034; End Item Identification: 2320-01-206-4079, Truck,
  Dump and 2320-01-206-4080, Truck Dump; Special Features: Safety
  Shield Assembly; Qty: 27 each; FOB: Orgin; See Note 01; The
  offer due date is on or about 3 October 2000 (see solicitation
  to be issued on or about 4 September for actual due date).
  To view more of TACOM's acquisitions and awards visit website
  http://contracting.tacom.army.mil 
LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: humannb@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487399)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: SA-ALC/Contracting Directorate/LPKAH; 485 Quentin Roosevelt
  Road Suite 12; Kelly AFB, TX 78241-6419
SUBJECT: 28--NSN 2840-01-247-6217PT, P/N 4073624, NOMENCLATURE:
  1ST STG SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
SOL F41608-00-Q-85208
DUE 092900
POC The Point of Contact is Mary Esther Castillo, LPKAH, Phone:
  210-925-6385, FAX: 210-925-6659, E-MAIL: mary.castillo@kelly.af.mil
DESC: Item 0001 - NSN 2840-01-247-6217PT, P/N 4073624,Qty: 2
  each Noun: 1st Stg Support Assembly; Applicable: F100-100,-200,-220
  and -220E Engines; Required Delivery Schedule: 31 Jan 2001;
  Destination: DNE003 Size/Dimensions: 22 1/2"OD X 14 1/4"ID
  X 3/16" Form/Fit/Function: Supports 1st Stage Turbine Vanes
  and Seals Predominant Material of Manufacture: Nickel NO DRAWINGS,
  BIDSETS, AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE. Written solicitation
  - Date of Issue: 31 August 2000, Closes: 29 Sept 2000; Written
  Requests for Solicitation are to be faxed to 210-925-6659,
  Attn: LPKAH/Castillo, Approved Sources[IAW FAR 6.302-1]: General
  Electric (CAGE: 007482), United Tech/Pratt & Whitney (CAGE:
  077445/052661) All potential offerors should contact the buyer/PCO
  identified in this notice 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 concerns from offerors
  or potential offerors during the proposal development phase
  of an acquisition. The Ombudsman does not diminish the authority
  of the program director or Contracting Officer, but communicates
  Contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate Government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman shall maintain strict confidentially 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 the SA-ALC Acquisition Ombudsman
  at AC 210-925-5133 or send E-Mail to: ombudsman@www.kelly-afb.org.
  See Note(s) 23,26
EMAILADD: mary.castillo@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486987)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: SA-ALC/Contracting Directorate/LPKAH; 485 Quentin Roosevelt
  Road Suite 12; Kelly AFB, TX 78241-6419
SUBJECT: 28--NSN 2840-01-247-6217PT, P/N 4073624, NOMENCLATURE:
  1ST STG SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
SOL F41608-00-Q-85208-01
DUE 092900
POC The Point of Contact is Mary Esther Castillo, LPKAH, Phone:
  210-925-6385, FAX: 210-925-6659, E-MAIL: mary.castillo@kelly.af.mil
DESC: Correction: Closing Date must be 29 Sep 2000 - Due to 30
  Sep 2000 falling on a Saturday, the closing date must be 29
  Sep 2000, as stated above. The previous announcement, which
  reflected 30 Sep 2000 in the text, was an oversight. Item 0001
  - NSN 2840-01-247-6217PT, P/N 4073624,Qty: 2 each Noun: 1st
  Stg Support Assembly; Applicable: F100-100,-200,-220 and -220E
  Engines; Required Delivery Schedule: 31 Jan 2001; Destination:
  DNE003 Size/Dimensions: 22 1/2"OD X 14 1/4"ID X 3/16" Form/Fit/Function:
  Supports 1st Stage Turbine Vanes and Seals Predominant Material
  of Manufacture: Nickel NO DRAWINGS, BIDSETS, AND/OR SPECIFICATIONS
  ARE AVAILABLE. Written solicitation - Date of Issue: 31 August
  2000, Closes: 29 Sept 2000; Written Requests for Solicitation
  are to be faxed to 210-925-6659, Attn: LPKAH/Castillo, Approved
  Sources[IAW FAR 6.302-1]: General Electric (CAGE: 007482),
  United Tech/Pratt & Whitney (CAGE: 077445/052661) All potential
  offerors should contact the buyer/PCO identified in this notice
  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 concerns from offerors or potential offerors
  during the proposal development phase of an acquisition. The
  Ombudsman does not diminish the authority of the program director
  or Contracting Officer, but communicates Contractor concerns,
  issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate
  Government personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman shall maintain
  strict confidentially 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 the SA-ALC Acquisition Ombudsman at AC 210-925-5133
  or send E-Mail to: ombudsman@www.kelly-afb.org. See Note(s)
  23,26
EMAILADD: mary.castillo@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486991)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 28--CONE, EXHAUST, TURBINE
SOL SP0480-00R-3696
DUE 102500
POC Michelle Turner-Walden, Contract Specialist, (804) 279-6738
DESC: Desc: nsn 2840-01-346-9528, Cone, Exhaust, Turbine, General
  Electric Co., cage 07482, p/n 9968M48G01. Request authorized
  by YPG00224000793, for a quantity of 69 each for the base quantity
  and 69 each for the option quantity. FOB Origin with inspection
  and acceptance at origin. Solicited as Unrestricted, Other
  Than Full and Open Competition. Specifications, plans or drawings
  are not available and cannot be furnished by the government.
  Requested Delivery schedule is 200 Days ARO to include contractor
  first article testing requirements. To request a copy of this
  please contact bid custodian in writing by mail: Defense Supply
  Center Richmond, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJB, 8000 jefferson davis
  highway, richmond va 23297, or via fax 804-279-3123 or 804-279-
  4177.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487038)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 28--LINKAGE, LOCATING
SOL SP0480-00-R-3685
DUE 101000
POC Kim Majetic/bp168, Contracting Officer, 804-279-5401 fax
  804-279-5546
DESC: ARG00194053500, NSN 2840-01-124-0911, Linkage Locating.
  Procurement is 100% set aside for small business. This is a
  requirement for and Indefinite Quantity Contract for 1 year
  plus 4, one year options. General Electric Co(99207) is the
  OEM of part number 5046T64G03 Revision D. Acceptable sources
  are Lighthouse Mfg (53767) and Columbia Mfg. (8U485). CDRL
  1423 applies. F.A.T. required. Configuration control applies.
  Quantities per year are as follows: Estimated annual: 3,528
  each, Maximum annual: 7,056 each, Guaranteed minimum: 1,764
  each, Minimum quantity per delivery order: stock--882 each,
  DVD, 1 each, Maximum quanityt per delivery order: stock--3,528
  each, DVD--882. FOB origin applies to the DVD lines, 30 days
  ARO, FOB destination to the stock lines, 60 days ARO. Inspection
  and acceptance at origin required.  Replies in writing only.
  Issue date of the RFP: 12 September 2000. Send requests for
  copies to the buyer at Fax number above. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487111)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 28--LINER, STATOR
SOL SP0480-00-R-3701
DUE 101000
POC Michelle Turner-Walden, Contract Specialist, 804-279-6738
DESC: Desc: nsn 2840-01-147-0468, Liner, Stator, General Electric
  Co., cage 07482, p/n 9992M74G05 Rev W. Approved Sources: Palmer
  Mfg. Co. Inc. (24115); Beacon Industries Inc. (32816); Electro-Methods,
  Inc. (33617); LPI Corp (13779); Tri Industries (16126); ABA
  Industries (26795); Tool Sales and Service (28884); CMP Mfg.
  Inc. (63172). Request authorized by FPG00180000653, for a quantity
  of 860 each for the base quantity and 860 each for the option
  quantity. FOB Destination with inspection and acceptance at
  origin. Solicited as 100% Small Business Set-Aside. Specifications,
  plans or drawings are not available and cannot be furnished
  by the government. Requested Delivery schedule is 240 Days
  ARO to include contractor first article testing requirements.
  To request a copy of this please contact bid custodian in writing
  by mail: Defense Supply Center Richmond, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJB,
  8000 jefferson davis highway, richmond va 23297, or via fax
  804-279-3123 or 804-279- 4177.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487417)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 29--STARTER, AIR TURBINE A-24
SOL N0038300YC106
DUE 100600
POC Contact Point, Donna M Sibel, 0224.04, (215)697-5970, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-2995-01-323-0784, Ref Nr MIL-S-19557/6, Qty 8 EA,
  Delivery FOB Origin, RDD 450--There are no drawings available.
  Due to the use of QPL procedures, competition will be restricted
  to (59211) Parker Hannifin and (59364) Honeywell., See Note
  22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487034)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Contracting Department,
  PO Box 97, Jacksonville, Florida 32212-0097
SUBJECT: 29--REPAIR OF TF34-GE-100A FUEL CONTROL ASSEMBLIES
SOL N68836-00-T-0160
DUE 090700
POC Brenda Norris, (904) 542-1139
DESC: The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville intends
  to negotiate on a sole source basis with Woodward Governor,
  One Woodward Way, Rockton, IL 51072-0405 for the repair of
  TF34-GE-100A Fuel Control Assemblies under a firm fixed price
  service contract. Interested concerns are invited to submit
  a response within ten (10) days after publication of this notice
  of their qualifications/capabilities to meet the requirements,
  along with a request for a copy of the solicitation. Oral communications
  are not acceptable. This solicitation is issued pursuant to
  FAR 6.302-1 and Part 13 under the authority of the test program
  "Section 4202 of the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996". A determination
  by the Government not to compete this proposed contract on
  a full and open competition basis, based upon response to this
  notice, is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Standard Industrial Code is 3724, 1000 Employees.
LINKURL: www.jax.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Brenda_K_Norris@jax.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487168)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commander (vpl), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, Coast Guard Island, Building 50-7, Alameda, CA,
  94501-5100
SUBJECT: 29--ALCO 16V251 _F_ _ SERIES ENGINE BLOCK AND CRANKSHAFT
SOL DTCG85-00-R-625864
DUE 090800
POC Jim Altice, Contracting Officer, Phone 206-217-6815, Fax
  206-217-6976, Email jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil - Linda Cho,
  Contract Section Supervisor, Phone 510-437-3393, Fax 510-437-3392,
  Email
DESC: The purpose of this modification is to advise offerors
  that faxed (facsimile) proposals will not be accepted. Send
  original proposal documents to the address in the original
  notice: Commander, Naval Engineering Support Unit, 1519 Alaskan
  Way S., Bldg 8 Seattle, WA 98134-1192 ATTN: Jim Altice, Contracting
  Officer. Offers are due on September 8, 2000 no later than
  11:00 a.m. PDT. Offerors should review the "Instructions to
  Offerors" (FAR 52.212-1) clause in the original notice for
  clarifying information regarding proposal form and content.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=DTCG85-00-R-625864&LocID=499
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jaltice@pacnorwest.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487437)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in
  The = United States., Defense Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin
  Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20016
SUBJECT: 30--SLIP
SOL TA89874C015 =20
DUE 082800
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
  :SLIP, 2items,ets' 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,=20 Taipei Economic and
  Cultural Representative Office in The United States., Defense
  Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.,Washington,
  D.C. 20016; telephone: (202)895-6811, telefax: (202)966-4578.
  Your quotation should be received by us on or before 08/28/2000.
EMAILADD:  shih@tecrodpd.com
EMAILDESC: 
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division
CITE: (D-230 SN487181)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 32--Woodworking Machinery and Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 32--FOOT-OPERATED MITRE SAW
SOL F34612-00-T0159
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 quotation is being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation number F34612-00-T0159 is hereby
  issued as a Request for Quotation. The incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-19. This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small
  Business and is under Standard Industrial Classification code
  5999, with a small business size standard of $5.0 million.
  The requirement calls for the following: One (1) Model 2000
  12" Double Mitre Saw-Foot Operated-comes with 2 sets lazer
  blades- 2 prod. Stops-60" Scale & Arm-Chipbreaker-Lube System-Saw
  Vac-2/1 HP 220 Singe Phase-4.25 Cap. Width. Suggested item
  or equal. Suggested source is John Knoell & Son, Inc./P.O.
  Box 5100 Route 202/New Britian, PA 18901. If quoting on an
  equal, must provide manufacturer and part number. If item is
  under GSA contract, please furnish GSA contract number. Please
  send any questions or requests to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN: David
  Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147.
  You may also call P.O.C. at (580) 481-7261, send a fax to (580)
  481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil. The following
  clauses and provisions are incorporated and are to remain in
  full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR Clause 52.212-1,
  Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items, (Nov 1999). It is
  incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition.
  It is amended to read: Submit signed and dated offer to 97
  CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147
  at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 25 Aug 2000. Submit signed
  and dated quotations on company letterhead or quotation form.
  Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472. Offers on this acquisition
  shall be evaluated on the basis of price factors only. The
  government reserves the right to make award without discussions.
  FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999), Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, is incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition
  with the following addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contractor Registration (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items (Sep 1999) applies to
  this acquisition and is incorporated by reference. Paragraph
  (b) of the clause incorporates by reference the following FAR
  clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755), 52.233-3, Protest
  After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246),
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Handicapped
  Workers (29 U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.225-18, European Sanctions for End Products (E.O. 12849),
  52.232-33, Payment by Electric Funds Transfer-Central Contractor
  Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332), DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payments Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O
  10582). A Firm-Fixed Price purchase order will be issued in
  writing. No telephonic responses will be processed. If you
  have previously bid on this item, DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID.
  MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications to be provided with the quote.... was deleted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-T0159&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486956)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  377 CONS - Kirtland (Operational Contracting), 377 CONS/LGC
  Operational Contracting Division, 2000 Wyoming Blvd SE, Kirtland
  AFB, NM, 87117-5606
SUBJECT: 34--HYDRAULIC SURFACE GRINDER
SOL F2965000QE128
DUE 082800
POC Pamela Stern, Contract Specialist, Phone (505) 846 - 4685,
  Fax (505) 846 - 8925, Email Pamela.Stern@Kirtland.AF.MIL -
  J. Thomas, Contract Specialist, Phone (505) 846-4904, Fax (505)
  846-8925, Email
DESC: PLEASE REFERENCE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ) FOR
  A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF REQUESTED ITEMS. RFQ'S MUST BE FILLED
  OUT AND RETURNED (VIA FAX OR EMAIL) TO THE PERSON SPECIFIED
  BELOW NO LATER THAN 3:00 PM MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME 28 AUGUST
  2000. SIC 3541 SIZE STANDARD 500
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F2965000QE128&LocID=1242
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Pamela.Stern@Kirtland.AF.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487293)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 38--Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance
  Equipment
OFFADD: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Roads, Construction/Heavy
  Equipment Unit (CHEU), P.O. Box 1983, Farmington, NM 87499
SUBJECT: 38--ALL PURPOSE TRACTOR, 4 STROKE CYCLE, 90HP, ETC.
SOL dr-00-1028
POC Dave Rico, PA, (505) 327-7371
DESC: 1. GSA Contract No.___________________, Expiration date:____________________.
   2. All Purpose Tractor, 4 stroke cycle, 90hp, 304 cu.in.(min),
  two wheel drive, "comfort Gard" ROP cab, tires: 9.5Lx16(front),
  Tires: 16.9x30(rear), ballast: 1200 lbs, to front end(w/mounting
  bracket, ATTACHMENT WILL BE ADDITIONAL SPECS ON EQUIPMENT.
  Express on interest from vendors are requested so that after
  15 days waiting period they may be asked to submit quotation.
  This acquisition procedures is for small business concern.
  The projected period of time to solicit, evaluate quotes and
  issue the purchase order is thirty days***        

CITE: (W-230 SN487196)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 40--Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings
OFFADD: U.S. Coast Guard Integrated Support Command, Coast Guard
  Island, Bldg. 42 Comptroller, Alameda, CA 94501-5100
SUBJECT: 40--AIRCRAFT GROUND POWER CABLE SUPPLY AND INSTALL
SOL 21-00-3106AS874
DUE 091200
POC Orlando Flores, Electrician, 916-643-2081 ext 311, or Mr.
  Burns at 916-643-2081 ext 306, Contracting Officer, Deborah
  Cefaratti 510-437-3195
DESC: USCG AIRSTATION SACRAMENTO is soliciting proposals on a
  full and open competitive basis from qualified contractors
  for furnishing and installing of a motorized cable reel(s)
  assembly which is used as the means for the lowering and raising
  of up to 100' long 400HZ aircraft cable from it's fixed location
  above the hangar floor. QTY: 2 400HZ cable reel with chain
  and sprocket drive powered by 480V, 3PH, 60HZ, with 130FT cable,
  QTY 2 control box wall mounted, control wires on/off 360FT.
  other related wiring 360FT. Guide specifications are available.
   Award will be based on most advantageous to the government.
  Anticipated award date 092000. Contracting Officer will accept
  requests for solicitation package by fax 510-437-2793 or phone
  510-437-3195.
EMAILADD: dcefaratti@d11.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486946)

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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--ROPE, WIRE, FLEXIBLE
SOL SP0490-00-R-3630
DUE 101600
POC Karen Spence/CLC04/804-279-5388/Fax: 804-279-5933; K.O.:
  Richard Rosanelli
DESC: Reference the following NSNs: 4010-00-222-4479; 4010-00-222-4481;
  4010-00-222-4490; 4010-00-222-4491; 4010-00-222-4492; 4010-00-222-4493;
  4010-00-222-4494; 4010-00-575-6233, Rope, Wire, Flexible, for
  aircraft control. This solicitation also includes NSN 4010-00-222-4495,
  Wire Rope, Protective Coating; Zinc. NSNs has Qualified Product
  Lists (QPL) requirements. Qualification must be in accordance
  with the cited specification/standards. See Section L, Provision
  52.211-9G13 for ordering such data. See solictiation package
  for specification requirements for each NSN. Note: The source
  for items must be certified and QPL approved at time of contract
  award. This solicitation is 100% Small Business Set-Aside.
  Critical Application Item apply. Solicitation will result in
  an Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) Paperless Ordering Placement
  System (POPS) with a base year and four (4) option years. FOB:
  Destination. Inspection/Acceptance: First shipment - Origin;
  subsequent shipments - Destination. Requested delivery: 30
  days after receipt of order for stock buys and 15 days after
  receipt of order for direct vendor delivery buys. No Electronic
  Bulletin Board (EBB) or Internet Quoting Service (IQS) proposals
  will be accepted for this solicitation. To request a copy of
  an RFP/IFB solicitation, 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
  Daiv Hwy, Richmond, VA 23297-5860, after the issue date. The
  issue date for this solicitation is September 15, 2000, closing
  date is October 16, 2000. All proposal must be submitted utilizing
  the required solicitation package. The completed solcitiation
  package should be received prior to the closing date. For copies
  of RFQ solicitations, contact the buyer. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487249)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment
OFFADD: Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management
  Section, 290 Broadway, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10007-1866
SUBJECT: 41--HVAC SYSTEM FOR EPA FACILITY IN EDISON, NJ
SOL RFQ-NY-00-00005
DUE 091200
POC Karen Giacobbe (212)637-3380
DESC: Provide HVAC equipment for space in Building #205, Bay
  A of the U.S. EPA facility in Edison, NJ. The system shall
  consist of a condensing unit, an air handler and re-heat coils.
  Piping, wiring and hot water boiler are not part of the RFQ.
  Written requests for the RFQ and specifications may be faxed
  to (212)637-3416. 
EMAILADD: giacobbe.karen@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487319)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 41--GUARD,FAN IMPELLER
SOL DAAH23-00-Q-1812
DUE 092400
POC Patti W. Page, Contracting Officer, Fax Number, 256-842-7277.
DESC: NSN: 4140-01-297-6816, P/N: 414P5003-7, Pron: AX050929AX,
  Solicitation No.: DAAH23-00-Q-1812, Quantity: 28 each, applicable
  to the CH-47 Helicopter. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to New
  Cumberland, PA., and Texarkana, TX., and Stockton, CA. The
  approved source is Boeing Helicopter. Manufacture of this part
  requires use of master or coordinated tooling. 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 CSL
  or SAR information. All responsible sources may submit an offer
  which shall be considered by the Agency. 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-AL-C, Patti
  W. Page, Contracting Officer, on FAX numbers 256-842-7277.
   NOTES: 23 and 26  
CITE: (W-230 SN487345)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 42--CRASH RECOVERY TRAILER TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
SOL F34612-00-QQ037
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS A UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH FUNDS
  ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT
  CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation is being requested
  and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation
  number F34612-00-QQ0037 is hereby issued as a Request for Quotation.
  The incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. This acquisition
  is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is under Standard
  Industrial Classification code 5049, with a small business
  size standard of 100. The requirement calls for the following:
  One (1) Part #OT40627__36" Bolt Cutter; One (1) Part #OT51196__8"
  Tabletop vise with built-in pipe jaws; Four (4) each Part #OT69395__18"
  14 gauge stainless steel underbody tool storage box; Two (2)
  each Part #OA-43174__10hp generator-5000 watt-4ac outlet-with
  portable cart-120/240 volt; Eight (8) each Part #OT74597__Electrical
  extension cord-12/3 SJTW-Blk-100ft; One (1) Part #OT70947__Mini
  infrared thermometer-deg F & deg C readings-wavelength intensity
  of .95 that covers 90 pct of surface application-9V battery
  included; Four (4) each Part #OT39590__48" Handle Round Point
  Shovel; Four (4) each Part#OT39591__29" Handle D-Top Round
  Point Shovel; Two (2) each Part #OT39592__48" Handle Square
  Point Shovel; Two (2) each Part#OT39595__29" Handle D-Top Drain
  Spade; One (1) Part #OT30754__5 Gallon Plastic Water Cooler;
  Two (2) each Part #OT36660__3.0 hp Chainsaw w/16 Bar; Thirteen
  (13) each Part #OT63983__Waterproof to 500ft headlamps-1 high
  intensity and 1 low intensity krypton lamp-4 AA alkaline batteries
  included; Six (6) each Part #OT63721__Dual Head Telescopic
  1600W floodlight; Four (4) each Part #OT63716__500W Quartz
  Carry Floodlight; Twelve (12) each Part # OT63863__HeavyDuty
  Zinc Storage Hook; Thirteen (13) each Part #OT18988__Red V-Gard
  Hard Hat; One (1) Part #OT9790__32 oz. eyesaline eye wash wall
  station; One (1) Part #OT9762__32 oz. Eyesaline refill; Two
  (2) each Part #OT44284__5 lb. Tri-class Dry Chemical Fire Extinquisher;
  Eight (8) each Part #OT32234__Power cord reel detachable with
  stand; Twelve (12) each Part #OT42581__Modular Diamond Plate
  GR Mats; Twelve (12) each Part #OT63992__Pro Yellow Laser Spotlight;
  One (1) Part #OT25346__7.5 OPR Polypropylene Rotary Pump; One
  (1) Part #OT10384__Polyethylene 55 gallon drum with see through
  scale; One (1) Part # OT21019__Reflective Emergency Eyewash
  Sign; One (1) Part # OT21017__Reflective First Aid Sign; One
  (1) Part #OT21020__Reflective Fire Extinguisher Sign; Twelve
  (12) each Part #OT49573__Retractable Quick Change Knife; One
  (1) Part #OT49578__Heavy Duty Blades-400 pack box; Three (3)
  each Part # OT49607__11.5 lb. Compcast Sledge Hammer; One (1)
  Part # OT10516__Full Face Silicone Respirator-3M-Med-7800 FF.
  Suggested items or equal. Suggested source is Lab Safety Supply
  located at 401 S. Wright Rd/Janesville, WI 53546. If quoting
  on an equal, must provide manufacturer and part number. If
  item is under GSA contract, please furnish GSA contract number.
  Please send any questions or requests to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN:
  David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147.
  You may also call P.O.C. at (580) 481-7261, send a fax to (580)
  481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil. The following
  clauses and provisions are incorporated and are to remain in
  full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR Clause 52.212-1,
  Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items, (Nov 1999). It is
  incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition.
  It is amended to read: Submit signed and dated offer to 97
  CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147
  at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 24 Aug 2000. Submit signed
  and dated quotations on company letterhead or quotation form.
  Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472. Offers on this acquisition
  shall be evaluated on the basis of price factors only. The
  government reserves the right to make award without discussions.
  FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999), Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, is incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition
  with the following addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contractor Registration (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items (Sep 1999) applies to
  this acquisition and is incorporated by reference. Paragraph
  (b) of the clause incorporates by reference the following FAR
  clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755), 52.233-3, Protest
  After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246),
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Handicapped
  Workers (29 U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.225-18, European Sanctions for End Products (E.O. 12849),
  52.232-33, Payment by Electric Funds Transfer-Central Contractor
  Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332), DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payments Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O
  10582). A Firm-Fixed Price purchase order will be issued in
  writing. No telephonic responses will be processed. If you
  have previously bid on this item, DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID.
  THIS IS A UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT. MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications to be
  provided with the quote.... was
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ037&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486947)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
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: 42--BONDED CHARCOAL FILTERS
SOL F08651-00-T-0150
DUE 082400
POC David Tuck, Contract Specialist, Phone 850-882-8582x5220,
  Fax 850-882-4916, Email david.tuck@eglin.af.mil - Tami Hodge,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 850-882-5072x5246, Fax 850-882-4916,
  Email
DESC: This requirement has changed to remove the sole source
  statement. This is a small business set-aside. The Air Armament
  Center, Eglin AFB, FL, intends to solicit and award a firm-fixed
  price contract for 480 Bonded Charcoal Filters. This is 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 solicitation; a quotation is being requested and a
  written request for quotation will not be issued. The solicitation
  number for this announcement is F08651-00-T-0150. This requirement
  is for 480 Bonded Charcoal Filters. Used to remove volatile
  organic compounds from the exhaust air of a paint booth. 24"
  X 12" X 1" Part #: BPS12241. Filters must be delivered to 108
  Cortese Rd., Bldg 500, Eglin AFB FL 32542, no later than 30
  days after receipt of order on an FOB Destination basis. The
  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) for this acquisition
  is 3564 small business size standard: 500 employees. Please
  identify whether or not you are a small or large business based
  upon this SIC. The following FAR and DFAR Clauses apply to
  the Synopsis/Solicitation and any subsequent award: 52.212-1,
  Instructions to Offerors Commercial; 52.212-2, Evaluation -
  Commercial Items (Evaluation will be based on price or price-related
  factors); 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications
  - Commercial Items (Offerors must submit a completed copy with
  their offer); 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial
  Items; 52.212-5(DEV), Contract Terms and Conditions required
  to implement statutes of executive Orders - Commercial Items;
  52.247-3, F.O.B. Destination; 252.204-7004, Required Central
  Contractor Registration (CCR). To view the clauses in full
  text, visit http://farsite.hill.af.mil. Quotations must be
  submitted NLT 2:00 p.m. CDT on 21 August 2000. The required
  format for submission of quotations is at the discretion of
  the offeror. Vendors must be approved and registered in Central
  Contractor Registration (www.ccr2000.com) before award can
  be made. Send all quotations to David Tuck, 205 West D Avenue,
  Suite 541, Eglin AFB, FL 32542-6862, or by facsimile to 850-882-4916
  (Attn: David Tuck), or by Email to david.tuck@eglin.af.mil.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F08651-00-T-0150&LocID=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: david.tuck@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487112)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LEK, 225 Ocmulgee Ct, Robins Air Force Base GA
  31098-1647
SUBJECT: 43--CLUTCH
SOL F09603-00-R-71343
DUE 101000
POC Mary Trussell, 912-926-7851-132 
DESC: NSN: 4310-01-032-1511 NOUN: CLUTCH,  PN: 66500 APPL:MC1A,MC11-ENGAGES
  COMPRESSOR TO ENGINE QTY: 36 EA FIRST ARTICLE REQUIRED TWO,
  100% OPTIONS DELIVERY SCHEDULE: 31-MARCH-2001 http://pkec.robins.af.mil

LINKURL: http://pkec.robins.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
  RFP
EMAILADD: Mary.Trussell@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487154)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, Snake River Area Office, 214 Broadway
  Avenue, Boise, ID 83702
SUBJECT: 43--PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
SOL 00SQ140015
DUE 082300
POC Ernie Bachman, Mechanical Engineer, 208-334-9561, Marie Day,
  Purchasing Agent 208-334-1744
DESC: This combined sysopsis/solicitation is hereby modified
  to include the following changes. Responses due date is extended
  to 8/23/2000 and the required delivery date is on or before
  10/23/2000. 
EMAILADD: mday@pn.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487308)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 44--Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment and
  Nuclear Reactors
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 44--CORRECTION, COOLER-SAMPLE
SOL N0010400RVJ19
DUE 100500
POC Contact Point, David A Butz, 87321.17, (717)605-5883, Fax,
  (717)605-1569, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Murray
  J Huber, 8732, (717)605-4371
DESC: NSN 7H-4470-01-472-4189-X5, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, Qty 15
  EA, Deliver to Trident Refit Facility Kings Bay GA , Fiscps
  Trident Support Dept Silverdale WA --A 100% small business
  set aside is NOT applicable to this procurement. Due to the
  unavailability of the drawings or other data, this requirement
  will be restricted to Aqua-Chem Inc., See Notes 8,9,22,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487024)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: DOI, Fish and Wildlife Service, CGS-Mail Stop 60181,
  P.O Box 25486, DFC, Denver, CO 80225
SUBJECT: 47--WELL INSTALLATION MATERIALS
SOL 601810Q646
DUE 090600
POC Germaine Sylliaasen, Contracting Officer, (303) 236-5412,
  x238
DESC: 47-This announcement is a combined synopsis/solicitation
  for commercial items perpared in accordance with the format
  in FAR subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, instructions
  to Offerers-Commercial Items and FAR Provision 52.212-2, Evaluation
  of Commercial Items, are applicable to this acquisition. The
  clause at FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, and the clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items, apply to this acquisition. Evaluation of Commercial
  Items: The Government will award to the responsible offeror
  based on price and earliest delivery date. Vendors wishing
  to respond to this RFQ should provide this office with the
  following: Price quote on letterhead for the requested items,
  correct remittance address, and a completed copy of FAR clause
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items. This form may be obtained from the Contracting Officer
  by fax at 303-236-4791. The offeror agrees to hold the prices
  in the offer firm for 30 calendar days from the date specified
  for the receipt of offers. Quotes are due no later than 4:00
  p.m. (local time) September 6, 2000, and can be fax'd to 303-236-4791.
  This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes
  are being requested and a written solicitation will not be
  issued. Solicitation No. 60181-0-Q646 is issued as a Request
  for Quote (RFQ) and will be awarded as a purchase order using
  simplified acquisition procedures. The Standard Industrial
  Classification (SIC) is 1711, Plumbing, heating, and airconditioning
  supplies. Small business size is $11.5 million. See Note 1.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through Federal Acquisition 97-19. The
  solicitation items are as follows: 1) quantity of 30 each,
  Thalimedes (or equal) with float, counter weight, and well
  installation kit; 2) quantity of 30 each, 4-inch locking well
  cap; 3) quantity of 5 each, well cap key; and, 4) quantity
  of one each, 100-meter roll of cable with 75 clamps. Order
  to be shipped F.O.B. destination to Tewaukon NWR, 9754 143
  1/2 Ave. SE, Cayuga, ND 58013-9764. All interested parties
  shall request information from the Contracting Officer, 303-236-5412,
  x238. All inquiries regarding information for this requirement
  may be fax'd to 303-236-4791.
CITE: (W-230 SN487192)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, PO Box 16595, DSCC-PBAB,
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 48--RELIEF VALVE
SOL SP0750-00-R-3242
DUE 101100
POC For Information Only: Carol L. Black/(614) 692-1346/FAX:
  (614) 693-1577
DESC: DESCRIPTION: Relief Valve, Hot Gas Servo System. NSN 4820-01-027-1867,
  YPC00139001720. Made in accordance with Drawing (18876) MIS-19264
  and all current related data. The only approved source at this
  time is General Pnuematics (08996) P/N 804RAA03-7. Quantity
  of 604 to be delivered within 90 days after date of award to
  New Cumberland PA 17070-5002. All responsible sources may submit
  an offer/quote 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 September
  11, 2000. Hard copies of this solicitation are not available.
  Technical drawings/bid sets are available from DSCC-VTRD via
  one of the following media: internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.
  com/Rfp for RFPs ; telephone at (614)692-2344; e-mail at drawings
  @ dscc.dla.mil or by mail at Defense Supply Center Columbus,
  ATTN: DSCC-VTRD, PO Box 3990, Columbus, OH 43216-5000. Requests
  should include the RFP number, closing date, NSN, Purchase
  Request Number (e.g. YPC), buyer's name and your complete name
  and address. FEDERAL, MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL SPECIFICATIONS
  CANNOT BE PROVIDED BY DSCC. Proposed procurement contains a
  50 % 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. Issue Date is September
  11, 2000.
LINKURL: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/Rfp
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487061)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1161, 300 Highway
  361, Crane IN 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 49--CRANE SYSTEM
SOL N00164-00-Q-0185 
DUE 082800
POC Patty Cox, Code 1161, telephone 812-854-3229
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR 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. Solicitation Number N00164-00-Q-0185 is hereby issued
  as a request for quotation (RFQ). The proposed contract is
  100% set-aside for small business concerns. Incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-17 and DCN 20000606. The Standard Industrial Classification
  Code for this procurement is 3536 and the size standard is
  500 employees. This requirement is for the following: CLIN
  0001 Brand Name Gorbel, Freestanding under hung 1/2T Bridge
  Crane, Model #GLCSFS-1000-5.5833-16-7.4492; or equal. QTY 2
  each. CLIN 0002 Brand Name Gorbel, Freestanding under hung
  1/2T Bridge Crane, Model #GLCSFS-1000-5.5833-16-7.4492; or
  equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0003 Brand Name Budgit, Hand chain
  hoist rated 1000 lb capacity, Model #8261 B; or equal. QTY
  3 each. CLIN 0004 Brand Name Coffing, 3 Ton Electric Chain
  Hoist, Model #ECT-6010-3-10; or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0005
  Brand Name Coffing, 2 Ton Electric Chain Hoist, Model #ECT4008-3-10;
  or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0006 Brand Name Coffing, Metal Chain
  Container, Model #927JG201; or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0007
  Brand Name Coffing, Polyeolefin Chain Container, Model #927JG17;
  or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0008 Brand Name Gorbel, 3 Ton Freestanding
  Jib Crane, Model #FS300-18-15-12-9 3/4; or equal. QTY 1 each.
  CLIN 0009 Brand Name Gorbel, 2 Ton Freestanding Jib Crane,
  Model #FS300-18-18-20-11; or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0010 Brand
  Name Gorbel, 2 Ton Freestanding Jib Crane, Model #FS300-24-18-20-18;
  or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN 0011 Brand Name Coffing, 2 Ton Electric
  Chain Hoist, Model #ECT4016-8-10; or equal. QTY 1 each. CLIN
  0012 Brand Name Coffing, Metal Chain Container, Model #927JG201;
  or equal. All CLINs shall be in accordance with Salient Characteristics
  attached. Applicable Drawings (for CLINs 0008, 0009 & 0010),
  Nondestructive Test (for CLINs 0003, 0004, 0005, & 0011) and
  Salient Characteristics (for All CLINs) are available for downloading
  @ http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm. Delivery is
  required F.O.B. Crane, IN 47522 within 30 days after award.
  Final inspection will be at NSWC Crane, IN. Selection for award
  will be based on past performance and price. Quotes that are
  non-compliant with any material requirement of this solicitation
  may be rejected without further consideration for award. This
  will be a firm fixed price contract and will be awarded utilizing
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures. The contractor shall extend
  to the Government the full coverage of commercial sale warranty
  provided such warranty is available at no additional cost to
  the Government. Clauses/provisions: 52.202-1; 52.204-6; 52.209-6;
  52.211-14; 52.211-15; 52.212-1[FILL-IN]; 52.212-3 Alt l [FILL-IN];
  52.212-4; 52-212-5; (incorporating 52.222-21; 52.222-26; 52.222-35;
  52.222-36; 52.222-37; 52.232-33) 52.219-6; 252.204-7003; 252.204-7004;
  252.212-7001 (incorporating 252.225-7001; 252.227-7015). The
  offeror shall provide its Commercial and Government Entity
  (CAGE) Code, Contractor Establishment Code and Tax Identification
  Number. To be eligible for award you must be properly registered
  in the Government's Central Contractor Registration (CCR).
  Offerors may obtain information on CCR registration and annual
  confirmation requirements by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via
  the internet @ http://ccr.dlsc.dla.mil or http://www.ccr2000.com.
  If a change occurs in this requirement, only those offerors
  that respond to this announcement within the required time
  frame will be provided any changes/amendments and considered
  for future discussions and/or award. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer, which will be considered by the agency.
  Quotations may be faxed or e-mailed to Patty Cox, FAX 812-854-3465,
  e-mail address http://cox_p@crane.navy.mil . All required information
  must be received on or before 28 AUG 00, 08:00 a.m. Eastern
  Standard Time.
LINKURL: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: cox_p@crane.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487359)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 53--CLEVIS, ROD END
SOL DAAH23-00-R-0574
DUE 093000
POC James R. Lang, Contracting Officer, Fax Number,256-955-9237.
DESC: NSN: 5340-01-094-5789, PN: 70400-06702-041, Pron: AX0F0236AX,
  Sol: DAAH23-00-R-0574, Quantity: Min/175 each, Max/969 each,
  applicable to the UH-60. F.O.B. Origin with deliveries to Texarkana,
  TX. This is a Engineering Testing Item. This item is restricted
  to Sikorsky. 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 and looking
  under CSL or SAR information. All responsible sources may submit
  an offer which shall be considered by the Agency. 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-AL-C, James
  R. Lang, Contracting Officer, on FAX number 256-842-7277. 
   NOTES: 23 and 26. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487327)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 53--BOLT, SHOULDER 
SOL DAAH23-00-Q-1793
DUE 090700
POC Mary G. Pitman, Contracting Officer, on FAX number 256-955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX0T2070AXAX, NSN: 5306-01-258-6509, PN: 4069T77P02,
  Quantity: 13,000 Each applicable to the T-701C Turbine Engine.
  This requirement is a 100% small business set-aside. F.O.B.
  Destination with delivery to Corpus Christi, TX. Required delivery
  is 2,500 each 120 Days After Contract Award (DACA) and 3,500
  each monthly thereafter until contract completion. The Government
  has rights to the technical data, the data package is complete,
  and there are no technical data, engineering, tooling or manufacturing
  restrictions. Firms that recognize and can produce the required
  item described above are encouraged to identify themselves.
  "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." No telephone request
  will be accepted. You may FAX or mail your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-T,
  Mary G. Pitman, Contracting Officer, on FAX number 256-955-9220.
    NOTES: 1, 23, and 26 
CITE: (W-230 SN487424)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: USPFO for Michigan, Contracting Office, 3111 W. Saint
  Joseph St., Lansing, MI 48913
SUBJECT: 54--PHASE MAINTENANCE AND TAIL ROTOR PLATFORMS FOR UH-60
  BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS
SOL W56LTH-0162-0003
DUE 083100
POC Kari Churchill, Purchasing Agent, (517)483-5904
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional
  information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes
  the only solicitation; offers are being requested and a written
  solicitation will not be issued. This solicitation number is
  W56LTH-0162-0003, and is issued as a Request for Quotation
  (RFQ). The RFQ incorporates provisions and clauses as those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular Number 97-19
  and Defense Acquisition Circular Number 91-7, 20000731 Edition.
  This solicitation is 100% set-aside for small business. The
  standard industrial classification code is 3537with small business
  standard of 750 employees or less. Description of commodity:
  Two (2) each, Phase Maintenance Platforms for UH-60 Blackhawk
  Helicopters. Minimum specifications to include L/H and R/H
  decks, Forward deck, two staircases, adjustable/locking kick
  panels, hand rails, non-slip deck surfaces, locking swivel
  castors with brakes, crank jacks, tool tray/service manual
  tray and load rated to 4000 LBS. Two (2) each Tail Rotor Work
  Platforms for UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopters. Minimum specifications
  to include a platform that wraps around both the L/H and R/H
  sides, adjustable height, rubber wheels with swivel lock castors
  and brakes, hand rails, tow bar, non-slip deck surface and
  two staircases. Commodity delivery required not later than
  1 Nov 2000 - if delivery date cannot be met, indicate proposed
  delivery date. Offer is to be FOB destination, delivered to
  10600 Eaton Hwy, Grand Ledge, MI 48837. The following FAR provisions
  and clauses apply to this solicitation: 52.252-1, Solicitation
  Provisions Incorporated By Reference; 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated
  by Reference; 52.204-6, Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS)
  Number; 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items;
  52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Items (Evaluation factors being
  ability to meet Government requirements, price, delivery and
  prior performance); 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications-Commercial
  Items; 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial items;
  52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside. FAR 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this solicitation
  the following additional clauses cited within the clause by
  reference apply: 52.222-3, Convict Labor; 52.233-35, Protest
  After Award; 52.222-21, Prohabition of Segregated Facilities;
  52.222.26, Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans; 52.222-36, Affirmative
  Action for Workers with Disabilities, 52.222-37, Employment
  Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era,
  52.225-18, European Union Sanctions for End Products. 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.232-33 Payment by
  Electronic Funds Transfer- -Central Contractor Registration.
  The following Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement
  (DFARS) provisions and clauses apply to this solicitation:
  252.225.7000, Buy American Act-Balance of Payments Program
  Certificate: 252.225-7001, Buy American Act And Balance of
  Payments Program; and 252.204-7004, Central Contracting Registration.
  Copy of provisions and clauses are available on the Internet
  at http://farsite.hill.af.mil. Qualifying offers must meet
  the stated specifications and be accompanied by completed provisions
  52.212-3 and 252.225-7000. Offerers must have a valid DUNS
  Number (1-800-333-0505); must be able to receive payments via
  Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT/Direct Deposit); be registered
  with the Central Contracting Registry (CCR) (web address for
  registration: http://ccr.edi.disa.mil); and provide three (3)
  customer references with business name, point of contact with
  telephone number. The Government will award a contract resulting
  from this solicitation to the responsible offerer whose offer
  conforms to the solicitation and will be most advantageous
  to the Government. Required information and completed offer,
  to include specifications, warranty information, and descriptive
  literature, may be faxed to 517-483-5900 or mailed to USPFO
  FOR MICHIGAN, Purchasing & Contracting, Attn: Kari Churchill,
  3111 W. St. Joseph Street, Lansing, MI 48913-5102. Offer must
  be received not later than Noon, local time, 31 Aug 2000. All
  responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered
  by the agency. Questions may be addressed to Kari Churchill
  at kari.churchill@mi.ngb.army.mil. 
EMAILADD: kari.churchill@mi.ngb.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487219)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Special Warfare Group Two, 1300 Helicopter
  Road, Bldg 3854, NAB, Little Creek, Norfolk, VA 23521
SUBJECT: 54--PRECAST CONCRETE BUILDINGS
SOL USZA97-00-Q-0205
DUE 090800
POC Contact Point, Trisha Cresswell (757) 462-2308 Pam Jennings
  (757) 462-2307
DESC: Naval Special Warfare Group Two, requires three(3) 30'
  x 50' Precast Concrete Buildings. Contractor to provide all
  material, labor, equipment and supervision necessary to engineer,
  fabbricate, deliver and set in place on existing concrete slabs.
  Building #1 'Amal' will include approximately 80 linear feet
  of interior concrete walls with doors and windows as shown
  on sketches. Buildings #2 and #3 wil have exterior walls only
  with one (1) pair of 3'-0 X 6" double doors each centered on
  the front wall. All buildings to be designed and constructed
  in accordance with specifications. Request for quote and specifications
  available upon faxed request to (757) 462-2434 Attn: Primary:
  Trisha Cresswell or Alternate: Pam Jennings Request For Quote
  USZA97-00-Q-0205 will be used for award with an anticipated
  award date of 091100. Award will be made in the best interest
  of the government. All responsible sources may submit a bid,
  proposal or quotation which shall be considered by the agency.
  See numbered note: 1**** 
CITE: (W-230 SN487331)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: 54--BUNKHOUSE
SOL 10181-0-P125(VR)
DUE 092200
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or email
  the CO at the address within this ad.
DESC: THIS IS A COMMERCIAL ITEM PROCUREMENT. Contractor to fabricate,
  deliver and install on-site 1800 Sq. ft., 5 bedroom, 3 bath
  Fire Quarters Bunkhouse. This will include preparation of placement,
  setting of home, finish of outside of home and finish of inside
  the home. The approximate issue date is September 6, 00. The
  issue date is an estimate. Proposals will be due 15 days after
  the actual issue date. 
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487370)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: 54--PREFABRICATED MANUFACTURED HOME SHELDON NATIONAL
  WILDLIFE REFUGE, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
SOL 10181-0-P126(VR)
DUE 092200
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or email
  the CO at the address within this ad.
DESC: THIS IS A COMMERCIAL ITEM PROCUREMENT. Contractor to fabricate,
  deliver and install on-site, 24-26 feet wide, and no less than
  56 feet long, 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. The approximate
  issue date is September 6, 00. The issue date is an estimate.
  Proposals will be due 15 days after the actual issue date.

EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487373)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Local Procurement (Atlanta), 401 West Peachtree St.,
  Suite 2600, Atlanta, GA, 30365
SUBJECT: 54--PREFABRICATED STRUCTURES AND SCAFFOLDING
SOL ATTC20279
DUE 083100
POC Jazmine Glenn, Contracting Officer, Phone (404) 331-6137,
  Fax (404) 331-2073, Email jazmine.glenn@gsa.gov - Jazmine Glenn,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (404) 331-6137, Fax (404) 331-2073,
  Email jazmine.glenn@gsa.gov
DESC:  O SUBJECT: 54-PURCHASE OF STRUCTURE FOR OFFICE SPACE TO
  BE LOCATED IN Ft. GILLEM, GA POC: Jasmine Glenn TEL: (404)
  331-6137 FAX: (404) 331-2073 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; proposals are being requested and written
  solicitation will not be issued. The Definite Quantity Solicitation
  is issued as a request for quote (RFQ), solicitation number
  AT/TC 20279 for a Modular Office Building to be located in
  Ft. Gillem, GA. This acquisition is 100% set aside for small
  business concerns. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
  code for this requirement is 1542. The small business size
  standard is 500 employees. Design Space Inc. is the Mandatory
  Source of Supply . Design Space Inc., Hwy 441 S. Johnny Haskins
  Road, Douglas, GA 31533, Phone- 912-384-9211. The requirements
  are as follows: Item-1; Quantity- 1 (24'W X 76'L Trailer).
  The proprietary product is to be Delivered by October 14, 2000
  and Installed by October 31, 2000. Delivery is also iaw FAR
  52.247-34, F.O.B. Destination shall be iaw FAR 52.247-35. A
  copy of the GSA solicitation package may be obtained from web
  site www.eps.gov . A Pre-Bid Conference will be held on site
  August 23, 2000 11:30 am, location Maintenance Control Center,
  Fort Gillem Georgia, Bldg 619, 4490 North 18th Street, Forest
  Park, Georgia 30298. For directions call the office of Bill
  Stoehr (678) 643-3732, please call to sign-up and give your
  name and number of attendees. Only those contractor's attending
  the Pre-Bid conference will be considered responsive and evaluated
  for award upon return of the quotation package. Submit all
  requests to Jasmine Glenn, Contract Specialist at 404-331-6137,
  FAX 404-331-2073, address given above or send an E-mail to
  Jazmine.Glenn @gsa.gov. All FAR clauses and provision referenced
  may be reviewed and or obtained from the General Services Administration's
  Federal Acquisition Regulation web site at Internet address
  http://www.arnet.gov/far. The following applies to this acquisition:
  FAR 52.212-2 Evaluation -Commercial Items: The following factors
  shall be used to evaluate offers: ( i ) delivery, ( ii ) past
  performance, a past performance form will be in the quotation
  package, (iii) price (price is not the determining factor),
  ( iv ) small disadvantaged business participation. FAR 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items
  (Oct 1998). Quotations shall be accompanied by a completed
  representations and certifications. FAR 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Executive
  Orders - Commercial Items (Oct 1998). Additional Clauses: FAR
  52.121-5 (b-1, b.2, b.6 - b.9), GSAR 552.228-75 Workmen's Compensation
  Laws; FAR 52.228-5 Insurance-Work on a Government Installation;
  52.222-4 Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act- Overtime
  Compensation; 52.222-6 Davis Bacon Act; 52.222-7 Withholding
  of Funds; 52.222-8 Payrolls & Basic Records; 52.222-9 Apprentices
  and Trainees; 52.222-10 Compliance with Copeland Act Requirements;
  52.222-11 Subcontracts Labor Standards, 52.222-12 Contract
  Termination-Debarment; 52.222-13 Davis-Bacon Act and Related
  Regulations; 52.222-14 Disputes Concerning Labor Standards;
  52.222-15 Certification of Eligibility; 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated
  by Reference (Jun 1988); E-FSS-522, Inspection At Destination
  (Mar 1996); G-FSS-900-A, Contract For Contract Administration
  (Jan 1994); G-FSS-914-B, Contractor's Remittance (Payment)
  Address (Nov 1994). In addition to the listed FAR provisions
  and clauses all quoters must provide a contractor identification
  code which is currently the Dun and Bradstreet Data Universal
  Numbering System (DUNS) number. Signed and dated quotations
  with firm's letterhead must be submitted to the address given
  above no later than August 31, 2000 at 1:30 p.m. All quotations
  must be submitted in TWO (2) hard copies. The envelope should
  identify the Solicitation by the Number AT/TC 20279. No FAXED
  quotations will be accepted. The government will award a contract
  resulting from this combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsible
  quoter whose quotation conforming to this synopsis/solicitation
  will be the most advantageous to the Government.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=ATTC20279&LocID=181
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jazmine.glenn@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487390)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: DA & AF National Guard Bureau, USPFO for Montana, P.O.
  Box 1157, Helena, MT 59624-1157
SUBJECT: 54--PHASE MAINTENANCE PLATFORM, UH-60 HELICOPTER
SOL DAHA24-00-T-0014
DUE 091800
POC Aletha H. Massengale, Contract Specialist, (406)841-3410
DESC: DESC: 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 solicitation;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The solicitation number is DAHA24-00-T-0014
  and is issued as a Request for Quotes (RFQ). SIC code is 3537
  with the size standard being 750. The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The proposed contract
  is 100% set aside for small business concerns. The Montana
  Army National Guard, Army Aviation Support Facility has a requirement
  for a (one) maintenance platform for the Sirkosky Blackhawk
  Series UH-60 helicopter. The Government considers ME1001-EXT,
  Blackhawk Series, Phase Maintenance Platform manufactured by
  Merrill Engineering Ltd. or Equal to meet the minimum requirements
  of the Government. Minimum salient physical, functional and
  performance characteristics that an Equal item must meet to
  be acceptable are as follows: Modular design to form an aircraft
  maintenance bay; mobile port, starboard and forward decks,
  side decks have an adjustable height from a min of 7'6" to
  a max of 8'6", cross deck has an adjustable height from a min
  of 8'1" to a max of 9'1", width of decking not less than 3'
  and not more than 4', length of cross decking not less than
  8' and not more than an extended length to extend beyond exhaust
  ejectors, non-slip surface on decking and all decking to have
  safety rails, staircase and handrails on each of the Port and
  Starboard decks, adjustable kick panels, with non-slip surface,
  to fit the contour of the aircraft, mobility of all decking
  should have a locking safety feature. Descriptive literature
  and technical specifications are required with submitted quote.
  The acquisition will be FOB Destination with Delivery and Acceptance
  point at the Army Aviation Support Facility, 3333 Skyway Drive,
  Helena, Montana, 59601. Delivery date shall be within 45 days
  of receipt of order. Award will be based on the evaluation
  of quotes for conformity to the synopsis/solicitation, price,
  and technical capability of equipment and past performance;
  technical and past performance are approximately equal to cost
  or price. Vendors are requested to submit past performance
  information to include persons of contact on the last three
  contracts for similar equipment. The provision of FAR 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications (Feb 2000) applies
  to this RFQ. A completed and signed copy of this provision
  shall be submitted with any offer. The following Federal Acquisition
  Regulations (FAR) and its supplements DFAR and AFAR provisions
  and clauses apply to this acquisition; 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors--Commercial Items (Mar 2000); 52.212-4, Contract
  Terms and Conditions--Commercial Items (May 1999); 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders--Commercial Items (Jun 2000); 52.203-6
  Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with
  Alternate I; 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities
  (Feb 1999); 52.222-22 Previous Contracts and compliance Reports
  (Feb 1999); 52.222-25, Affirmative Action Compliance (Apr 1984);
  52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Feb 1999); 52.232-33 Payment
  by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor Registration
  (May 1999); 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense
  Acquisitions of Commercial Items (Jan 1999); 252.225-7001,
  Buy American Act and Balance of Payments Program; 252.204-7004,
  Required Central Contractor Registration (Mar 2000). You can
  visit the website at www.arnet.gov/far for the provisions and
  clauses needed for this synopsis/solicitation. Offers must
  be submitted in hard copy to the USPFO for Montana, ATTN: Purchasing
  and Contracting, #1 Mitchell Way, Bldg 1007, Fort Harrison,
  Helena, Montana 59601, or Post Office Box 1157, Helena, Montana
  59624-1157, Not Later Than 18 September 2000.  
CITE: (W-230 SN487409)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 58--SIGNAL LIGHT GUN WITH CHARGER BASE
SOL F34612-00-QQ002
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS A NON-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH
  FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS
  ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation
  is being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  Solicitation number F34612-00-QQ002 is hereby issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The incorporated provisions and clauses are
  those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is
  under Standard Industrial Classification code 3669, with a
  small business size standard of 750. The requirement calls
  for the following: Two (2) Each, Model 901 Signal Light Gun
  with Charger Model 951C (two (2) batteries and spare lamp included)
  or Equal. Suggested brand and source is ATI Avionics located
  at 1692 Place de Lierre, Suite 400; Laval, Quebec H7G 4X7,
  Canada. If quoting on an equal, must provide manufacturer and
  part number. If item is under GSA contract, please furnish
  GSA contract number. Please send any questions or requests
  to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN: David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318,
  Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147. You may also call P.O.C. at (580)
  481-7261, send a fax to (580) 481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil.
  The following clauses and provisions are incorporated and are
  to remain in full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR
  Clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items,
  (Nov 1999). It is incorporated by reference and applies to
  this acquisition. It is amended to read: Submit signed and
  dated offer to 97 CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus
  AFB, OK 73523-5147 at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 24 Aug
  2000. Submit signed and dated quotations on company letterhead
  or quotation form. Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472.
  Offers on this acquisition shall be evaluated on the basis
  of price factors only. The government reserves the right to
  make award without discussions. FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999),
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, is incorporated
  by reference and applies to this acquisition with the following
  addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration
  (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Sep 1999) applies to this acquisition and is incorporated
  by reference. Paragraph (b) of the clause incorporates by reference
  the following FAR clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755),
  52.233-3, Protest After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793),
  52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212), 52.225-18, European Sanctions
  for End Products (E.O. 12849), 52.232-33, Payment by Electric
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332),
  DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payments
  Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O 10582). A Firm-Fixed Price
  purchase order will be issued in writing. No telephonic responses
  will be processed. If you have previously bid on this item,
  DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID. THIS IS A NON-FUNDED REQUIREMENT
  BUT FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
  MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications to be provided with the quote.... was
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ002&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486950)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia, 700 Robbins Ave.,
  Bldg. 2B, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5084
SUBJECT: 58--MAINTENANCE,TECHNICAL AND ENGINEERING SUPPORT FOR
  THE = KUWAIT UHF=20 SMARTZONE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK=20
SOL N00140-00-R-3945
DUE 102100
POC Point of Contact - David Gagliardi, Contract Negotiator,
  = 215-697-9626, Contracting Officer, P.J. Proko, 215-697-9626
DESC: The FISC Norfolk Det Philadelphia intends to acquire non-personal
  = Operation and Maintenance and Technical and Engineering Services
  by = qualified=20 personnel in support of the Kuwait Armed
  Forces UHF SMARTZONE = Communications=20 System. The contractor
  shall provide all management, supervision, = personnel,=20
  labor, general and specialized equipment required to perform
  the = maintenance,=20 and technical and engineering support
  of the Kuwait Ministry of Defense = and=20 Kuwait Air Force
  SMARTZONE Communications Network and its components = situated=20
  in various locations throughout Kuwait. The main SMARTZONE
  equipment is = currently at eleven sites. Maintenance includes
  but is not limited to=20 installation, repair, re-programming
  ("flashing"), upgrading, testing = and=20 supply functions
  servicing the SMARTZONE System. The contractor shall = perform=20
  maintenance level support to include, but not be limited to,
  adjustment = alignment, change of site and equipment location,
  repair and = rehabilitation of=20 all system components. The
  contractor shall also provide Technical and = Engineering Support
  to include, but not be limited to, providing = assistance to=20
  the Kuwait Armed Forces by writing scopes of work, preparing
  rough = order of=20 magnitude estimates for recommended lists
  of equipment upgrades and new = equipment purchases. The contractor
  will also be responsible for = providing=20 some on the job
  training to Kuwait Armed Forces Personnel as well as = provide=20
  expert analysis and evaluation of new technologies. The basic
  contract = period=20 is expected to begin on or about 19 May
  2001 and end 18 May 2002. = Three=20 additional option years
  are also anticipated. The required labor = categories are=20
  expected to include one Maintenance Engineer, three Maintenance
  = Technicians and=20 one Maintenance Technician Assistant for
  a total of approximately = 11,230 man=20 hours per year (to
  be further specified in the RFP). A cost plus fixed = fee=20
  level of effort contract is anticipated to result from this
  = solicitation. All=20 responsible sources may submit a proposal
  which shall be considered by = the=20 Fleet and Industrial
  Supply Center (FISC) Norfolk Det Philadelphia. = The=20 solicitation
  will require submission of cost/price and technical = proposals
  and=20 the resultant contract will be awarded on a best value
  basis. A = pre-proposal=20 site visit is anticipated. Requests
  for a copy of the solicitation = should be=20 made by letter
  or telefax (FAX #215-697-9738) to FISC Norfolk Det = Philadelphia=20
  Code 02P52I. The applicable Standard Industrial Classification
  Number = is 3669.
EMAILADD: SYNOPSIS@PHIL.FISC.NAVY.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487040)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Reserve Command,
  910 LG/LGC, 3976 King Graves Road, Unit 25, Youngstown ARS,
  OH, 44473-5925
SUBJECT: 58--REMOVE AND REPLACE COMMAND POST CONSOLE AND CONSOLE
  REMOTES
SOL F33630-00-Q-0009
DUE 090800
POC Jacqueline Rogers, Contract Specialist, Phone 330-609-1155,
  Fax 330-609-1042, Email jacqueline.rogers@youngstown.af.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial
  item 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. Solicitation Number: F33630-00-Q-0009 issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in affect thru Federal Acquisition Circular
  97-19. It is advertised with a Standard Industrial Classification
  Code of 3633, with a size standard of 750. The solicitation
  is 100% set-aside for small business. The government intends
  to award a Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order under Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures (SAP). The Youngstown Air Reserve Station
  has a requirement for the Removal and Replacement the Command
  Post Console and Console Remotes as outlined in the attached
  Statement of Work titled, _Remove and Replace Command Post
  Radio Console and Remotes Building 407,dated 7 August 2000_.
  The place of performance is on-site at the Youngstown Air Reserve
  Station, Building 407. A Site Visit has been scheduled on August
  29,2000. This site visit will commence at 2:00PM EST at the
  Youngstown Air Reserve Station Contracting Office Building
  504,Room 117 and adjourn at Building 407 Command Post. This
  requirement will be awarded on a (all or none basis). The following
  provisions and clauses apply to this acquisition: FAR 52.212-1
  Instructions to Offerors--Commercial Items is hereby included
  by reference. The following is a addendum to FAR 52.212-1;at
  Paragraph (e) multiple offers has been determined by the Contracting
  Officer to be non-acceptable to this solicitation and is hereby
  removed in its entirety for the purpose of this requirement.
  FAR provision 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items shall be completed and submitted with quotation. FAR
  Clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items
  hereby applies to this solicitation. The following are addenda
  to FAR 52.212-4. The following FAR Clause is hereby incorporated
  by reference: FAR Clause 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes and Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items hereby applies to this acquisition. Paragraph (A) of
  the the clause incorporates by reference the following FAR
  Clauses:52.222-3,Convict Labor(E.O.11755), and 52.233-3,Protest
  After Award(31 U.S.C3553. In accordance with FAR Clause 52.212-5,
  the following clauses are incorporated by reference: FAR 52.219-21
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities, FAR 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity,
  FAR 52.222-35 Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and
  Veterans of the Vietnam Era, FAR 52.222-36 Affirmative Action
  for Workers, FAR 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, and DFARS 252.225-7001
  Buy American Act and Balance of Payments. IMPORTANT NOTICE:
  FAR 52-232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central
  Contractor Registration and DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contractor Registration requires registration in the CCR Database.
  Contractors may register online at HTTP://WWW.ccr2000.com/.
  It is mandatory to obtain a DUNS NUMBER prior to registering.
  Call Dun & Bradstreet at (1-800-333-0505) to obtain. Award
  cannot be made unless registered. Note: The full text of the
  FAR and DFARS can be accessed onthe Internet at HTTP://farsite.hill.af.mil.
  Parties responding to this solicitation may submit their quote
  in accordance with their standard commercial practices but
  must include the following information: Company's quoted price
  will be subtotaled between parts and installation, and then
  totaled for entire job. Complete mailing address and remittance
  address, discounts for prompt payment (I.E. 1%N15), company_s
  cage code, Dun & Bradstreet Number, Tax I.D, and warranty.
  The government intends to make a single award to the responsible
  offeror whose offer is the most advantageous to the government
  based on price and other non-related price factors. Work shall
  be completed thirty (30) calendar days after award. Offers
  are due no later than 4:00PM EST on September 8,2000 at 910th
  LG/LGC BLDG 504,ATTN JACQUELINE A.ROGERS, Youngstown Air Reserve
  Station, 3976 King Graves RD-Unit 25,Vienna Ohio 44473-5925.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F33630-00-Q-0009&LocID=523
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jacqueline.rogers@youngstown.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487157)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LUK, 225 Ocmulgee Ct, Robins Air Force Base GA
  31098-1647
SUBJECT: 58--ILLUMINATION ASSEMBLY
SOL F09603-00-Q-61683
DUE 090800
POC Diana Washington/LUKB/(478)926-2408/ E-mail: Diana.Washington@robins.af.mil
DESC: Item 0001, NSN:5855-01-3729-728BZ, P/N:2012-0112-03-1,
  Dimensions: 3 X 1 X .5, Quantity, 55 each, Illuminator Accessory,
  applicable to the MH53J. This is full and open competition.
  Request solicitation from web site http://pkec.robins.af.mil.
  The approximate issue date is 08 Sep 00. The anticipated award
  date is 31 Oct 00. All potential offerors should contact the
  buyer/CO identified above for additional information and/or
  to communicate concerns, if any, concerning this acquisition.
  CBD note 26 applies. WR-ALC local notes B (Ombusdsman) applies.
  Only written or faxed requests from the requestors are accepted.
  Electronic procedures will be used for this solicitation (see
  our web page and request for solicitation info above.) 
EMAILADD: Diana.Washington@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  via e-mail at address in Block 20.
CITE: (W-230 SN487269)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 58--INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SATELLITE RADIOS
SOL Reference-Number-F1383201640200
DUE 082400
POC John Elliott, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9257, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email john.elliot@scott.af.mil - Cindy Showers,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9250, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation F1383201640200 combined Synopsis/Solicitation
  for procurement of six (6) each THRANE and THRANE LSS-3080
  M4 MESSENGER COMPLETE SYSTEM (SYSTEM 2, OPTIONS 004 AND 202,
  OR EQUAL, INCLUDING CASE AND IPDS, six (6) each TT-3686C NIMH
  BATTERY OR EQUAL AND (six(6) each OPT. 944 ANTENNA CABLE MTR
  QLA/QLA, OR EQUAL. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  request for quotations are being requested and a written solicitation
  will not be issued. This solicitation is issued as a request
  for quotation (RFQ). This solicitation is set aside 100% for
  small business concerns. The solicitation can be viewed at
  http://www.eps.gov/. The solicitation package includes the
  SOW and Commercial Clauses FAR 52.212-4 and FAR 52-212-5 are
  applicable to this procurement. The closing date for the RFQ
  is 24 Aug 00 by the close of business. Facsimile quotes will
  be accepted. Late quotations will not be accepted. All responsible
  sources may submit a quotation, which will be considered by
  the agency. The Small Business Specialist at Scott AFB, IL
  is Mr. John Thornton, 618,-256-9322. Link to USAF Small Business,
  http://www.selltoairforce.org; a link to SBA, http://www.sba.gov.
  Contract award cannot be made to any contractor who is not
  enrolled in the Department of Defense (DOD) Central Contractor
  Registration (CCR) Program. CCR can be reached at http://www.ccr2000.com.
  If you have questions on the request for quotation, please
  contact Mr. John Elliott at (618) 256-9252, email john.elliott@scott.af.mil.
  See number notes
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-F1383201640200&LocID=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: john.elliot@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487290)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, 3116 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan
  AFB, CA 95652- 1068
SUBJECT: 58--VARIOUS EQUIPEMNTS
SOL MDA112-00-Q-0022
DUE 082900
POC Contact Chongae Makiya, Contract Specialist or Richard Talbert,
  Contracting Officer, (916)643-0323
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.
  Quotes are solicited with this notice. A written quotation
  will not be issued. The quotation document and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are those in effect through the Federal
  Acquisition Circular (FAC) 97-19. This solicitation is a 100%
  for small business set-aside; the associated Standard Industrial
  Classification (SIC) code is 3663 (Size: 750 Employees). The
  Television-Audio Support Activity proposes to procure the following
  items: One (1) each, Middle Atlantic p/n EL+D12DG, desktop
  unit with dual rack mount bay; one (1) each, Middle Atlantic
  ES12DG, desktop unit with single rack mount bay; one (1) job,
  installation of desktop units; one (1) each, Tektronix WFM-90
  /Opt 1, field waveform monitor; three (3) each, Porter Brace
  p/n STC-5, storm coat for use with Sony D30/DSR1, camcorder;
  one (1) package, LTM Corp p/n PK Full, pepper light kit; two
  (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 8105 (XXS), light bank for pepper
  light; two (2) each Chimera Corp p/n 8115 (XS), light bank
  for pepper light; two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 8125 (S),
  light bank for pepper light; two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n
  9610, speed rings; two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 9620, speed
  rings; two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 3500 (XXS), fabric Grid;
  two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 3510 (XS), fabric grid; two
  (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 3520 (S), fabric grid; two (2) each,
  Chimera Corp p/n 4800 (XXS), color correction screens; two
  (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 4810 (SX), color correction screens;
  two (2) each, Chimera Corp p/n 4820 (S), color correction screens;
  one (1) each, Tektronix p/n SPG170A, test signal generator,
  one (1) each ICE AVID ON ICE WIN/NT, (Ultra), (Avid p/n 02-41000-00000)
  video computer PCI board and software includes technical support
  (telephone) software update for one (1) year; one (1) job,
  contractor shall furnish, consolidate, pack, palletize, and
  ship as one package. The partial shipments are not acceptable.
  Destination point is Navy Recruiting Command, Millington, TN.
  Required delivery is thirty (30) days after contract award.
  All responsible sources may submit a quotation, which shall
  be considered by the agency. The brand named items have been
  identified as meeting or exceeding the Government's minimum
  requirements but are not established as standards upon which
  other offered brand named items will be evaluated. Offeror
  proposing other than the requested item must include specification
  data sheets/brochures, etc., sufficient to enable the Government
  to determine the capability of the offered item to meet the
  specifications as stated in this notice. Responses to this
  notice must be provided in writing. Responses may be mailed
  to Television Audio Support Activity, Sacramento Contracting
  Office, Attn: T-ASA/SCO (Chongae Makiya), 3230 Peacekeeper
  Way, BLDG 209, McClellan, CA 95652. Facsimile or e-mail responses
  are acceptable. All responses to this notice must make reference
  to quotation number MDA112-00-Q-0022. The provisions at FAR
  52.212-1 Instructions to offerors-Commercial Items, and 52.212-2,
  Evaluation-Commercial Items apply to this acquisition. The
  evaluation criteria for this solicitation will consist of lowest
  priced, technical capability of the offeror to meet the agency
  requirement and past performance. To be eligible to receive
  an award resulting from this quotation, contractor must be
  registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database,
  NO EXCEPTIONS. In order to register, you may apply through
  the internet at "http://ccr2000.com", you must include your
  DUNS (Dun & Bradstreet) number in order to apply. Offerors
  shall include a completed copy of the provisions at 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial items,
  with their offer. FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items and 52-212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statues or Executive Orders-Commercial Items,
  the following subclauses apply to this acquisition: 52.222-21,
  52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52-222-36, 52.222-37; FARS 52.232-0033,
  Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration;
  DFARS 252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR); 252-212-7000 and the following subclauses under 252.212-7001,
  252-225-7001 and FAR 52.233-4001, Agency Protests. Text of
  all clauses referenced herein may be downloaded from the Government
  web sit: www.arnet.gov/far. Quotes must be submitted by 3:00
  PM PDT, August 29, 2000. Failure to provide any of the required
  documents referenced in this notice may render your quote unacceptable
  and ineligible for an award. Point of contact in this office
  is Chongae Makiya, (916)643-0323, Faxs (916)643-4032, and e-mail:
  makiya@tasa-exchange.army.mil.       
EMAILADD: makiya@tasa-exchange.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487325)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army CECOM, CECOM Acquisition Center, Fort Monmouth,
  NJ 07703-5008
SUBJECT: 58--AN/PVS-14 AND AN/PVS-6 SPARES
SOL n/a
DUE 083100
POC JACK R. KULAGA-Contracting Officer (732) 427-1356; JOAN QUACKENBUSH-Contract
  Specialist (732) 532-1093
DESC: Note #22 applies. The Government intends to procure additional
  existing associated spares as a sole source under OMNIBUS contracts
  DAAB07-98-C-J418, with LItton-EOSD and DAAB07-98-C-J419, with
  ITT Night Vision. A description of the supplies and quantities
  is provided below:  Pivot&Adjustment(V)1 2,000 each Light
  Interference Filter 4,000 each Cover, Battery 4,000 each
  Mount Viewer 38,000 each Adapter, Headset 5,000 each Battery
  Comp. 3,000 each Optical Lens 3,000 each Optical Cell 5,000
  each  The total estimated value of the supplies is $6,000,000.00.

EMAILADD: jack.kulaga@mail1.monmouth.army.mil; joan.quackenbush@mail1.monmouth.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  Sr. Contract Specialist
CITE: (W-230 SN487334)

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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 the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  HQ AIA, HQ AIA/668-LS/ILC, 251 Kirknewton, Bldg 2088, Kelly
  AFB, TX, 78243-7034
SUBJECT: 58--RAYTHEON SYSTEMS REMOTE CONTROL AND RADIO STACKABLE
  MOUNT
SOL Reference-Number-F193IS01730100
DUE 082800
POC Dawn Domeier, Contract Specialist, Phone (210) 977-2821 EXT
  9024, Fax (210) 977-2980, Email dawn.domeier@kelly.af.mil
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;
  quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Therefore, this synopsis shall serve as a request
  for quotation, numbered F193IS01730100 which seeks proposals
  based on information contained in this synopsis. This synopsis
  and incorporated provisions/clauses are in effect through the
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-17. The Standard Industrial
  Classification (SIC) for this acquisition is 3669. It is the
  Government's intent to award as a sole source under the authority
  of FAR 6.302 to Raytheon Systems Company of Fort Wayne IN.
  The Government intends to purchase the following: 1 EA - PSC-5
  RADIO STACKABLE MOUNT (Part #726768-801), 3 EA - REMOTE CONTROL
  for RT-1672 (Part #725279-801) and 3 EA - Remote Control Cable
  500' (Part #423000-500). FOB POINT: Destination - Medina Annex,
  Lackland AFB, TX. This acquisition will be processed using
  the simplified acquisition procedures. The following Provision/Clauses
  apply to this acquisition, FAR 52.212-1, Instruction to Offerers-Commercial;
  FAR 52.212.3, Offeror's Representations and Certifications
  - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions
  - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial
  Items; FAR 252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration.
  Offerors shall include a complete copy of the provision at
  FAR.52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications -
  Commercial Items and DFAR 212-7000, Offeror's Representations
  and Certifications - Commercial Items. Offers due NLT 3:00
  PM, CDT, 28 Aug 2000.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-F193IS01730100&LocID=1243
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: dawn.domeier@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487423)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division,
  Code 220000D, 1 Administration Circle, China Lake, CA 93555-6100
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
SOL N68936-00-R-0128
POC Linda Sapp, Contract Specialist, (760)939-4280, Contracting
  Officer, Theodore W. Fiske, (760)939-8182
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake,
  CA intends to acquire through open competition a wide range
  of electronic devices using commercial procedures. These electronic
  devices will include simple electronic components to complex
  electronic assemblies for aerospace applications in both missiles
  and aircraft. At the component level the devices consist of
  but not limited to resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors,
  connectors, converters, filters, microcircuits, integrated
  circuits, programmable logic devices (PLD), signal processors,
  and memory chips. At the more complex level the devices consist
  of but is not limited to rate sensors, transmitters, accelerometers,
  antennas, primary and rechargeable batteries, Global Position
  System (GPS) receivers, flight termination receivers pre-amplifiers,
  electronic test equipment, and inertial measurement units.
  Some components may be subject to Military Standards or Military
  Specification requirements or commercially equivalent as designated
  in the Statement of Work (SOW). The contract type will be Fixed
  Price Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (FP/IDIQ). This
  requirement will be for a three-year term with 2 one-year options.
  Base period will be for three years from date of award. Proposals
  will be evaluated on a Best Value basis. An unspecified portion
  of this requirement is expected to be set-aside for small business.
  The items to be included within the set-aside will be determined
  based on proposal information, which supports a determination
  that the items offered meet the criteria for set-aside. A separate
  contract for those set-aside items will be issued, if required.
  The Request For Proposal(RFP) will be released on or about
  05 September 2000 and close 30 days thereafter. Request for
  the RFP may be made in writing to the above referenced mail
  address, Attn; L. Sapp; may be FAXED to 760- 939-3095, Attn;
  L. Sapp; may be made by referencing the solicitation number
  in an EMAIL message to: sapplk@navair.navy.mil or may be accessed
  on the World Wide Web (www) at http://www.nawcwpns.navy.mil/~contract/homepubl.htm.
  All responsible sources may submit a quotation, which shall
  be considered by the agency. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486994)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division,
  Bldg 2272 Suite 353, 47123 Buse Road, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
SOL N00421-00-Q-0512
DUE 091400
POC Betty Goddard, Contract Specialist
DESC: This is a notice of intent to negotiate with United Electronic
  Industries, 10 Dexter Ave, Watertown, MA on an other than full
  and open competitive basis to purchase 4 ea, p/n PD-MFS-18_AAF
  analog/ digital subsystem. These items are spare parts for
  Project Beartrap. The parts are integral components of the
  automatic quick look data analysis system. These subsystems
  are essential in meeting unique mission requirements at four
  remote sites. In order to assure mission requirements and site
  interoperability these components must be obtained from United
  Electronics. The government intents to negotiate on a sole
  source basis with United Electronic Industries. Written requests
  for copies of  Request for Quotation may be faxed to (301)
  757-0200 to the attention of Bewtty Goddard. All responsible
  sources may submit a quotation which will be considered by
  the agency. 
EMAILADD: goddardba@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487084)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, PO Box 36900, Billings, Montana
  59107-6900
SUBJECT: 59--REPLACEMENT BUSHINGS FOR TRANSFORMER K2A U TYPE
  BUSHINGS
SOL 00SQ600164
DUE 102600
POC Erby Kenerson (970) 962-4324, Eastern Colorado Area Office
  or Beverly Beckman (406) 247-7807
DESC: The work to be performed consists of furnishing, testing,
  and delivering the following equipment: a.) Four new bushings
  to replace the existing General Electric 900kV BIL, 196kV,
  800 Amp, type "U" bushings; b) One new bushing to replace the
  existing General Electric 150kV BIL, 16kV, 1200 Amp, type "U"
  bushing. The bushings being furnished under this solicitation
  are required to be an identical physical match for the replaced
  type "U" bushings: physical dimensions and mounting patterns,
  The result being that the replacement bushings can be installed
  without performing any modifications to the existing transformer
  nor the associated bus work. Notification of intended shipment
  shall be given at least 2 weeks prior to the shipment from
  the factory. The truck driver shall notify the field delivery
  contact person listed when the material leaves the factory
  and again 48 hours prior to arrival at the final destination.
  Delivery of material to be Monday through Thursday from 8:00
  a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Government requires all material delivered
  within 16 weeks after solicitation award date. The replacement
  transformer bushings shall be delivered F.O.B. (free on board)
  to the destination within consignee's premises, Mount Elbert
  Pump/Generating Plant, located on Highway 82 on Twin Lakes
  Reservoir, Lake County, Colorado. The Request For Quotes (RFQ)
  will be made available on or around September 8, 2000 and quotes
  are due on September 26, 2000. All reasonable sources may submit
  a quote which shall be considered by the Bureau of Reclamation.
  The Standard Industrial Classification Code is 3677. The small
  business size standard is 500 employees. To receive a copy
  of this RFQ, fax a request to Attention: Beverly Beckman at
  (406) 247-7798. The fax shall include contractors name, address,
  phone/fax numbers, federal tax identification and Dun and Bradstreet
  numbers. 
LINKURL: bbeckman@gp.usbr.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bbeckman@gp.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487092)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, PO Box 36900, Billings, Montana
  59107-6900
SUBJECT: 59--REPLACEMENT BUSHINGS FOR TRANSFORMER K2A U TYPE
  BUSHINGS
SOL 00SQ600164
DUE 092600
POC Erby Kenerson, (970) 962-4324, Eastern Colorado Area Office
  or Beverly Beckman (406) 247-7807
DESC: The work to be performed consists of furnishing, testing,
  delivering the following equipment: a.) Four new bushings to
  replace the existing General Electric 900kV BIL, 196kV, 800
  Amp, type "U" bushings; b) One new bushing to replace the existing
  General Electric 150kV BIL, 16kV, 1200 Amp, type "U" bushing.
  The bushings being furnished under this solicitation are required
  to be an identical physical match for the replaced type "U"
  bushings: physical dimensions and mounting patterns, The result
  being that the replacement bushings can be installed without
  performing any modifications to the existing transformer nor
  the associated bus work. Notification of intended shipment
  shall be given at least 2 weeks prior to the shipment from
  the factory. The truck driver shall notify the field delivery
  contact person listed when the material leaves the factory
  and again 48 hours prior to arrival at the final destination.
  Delivery of material to be Monday through Thursday from 8:00
  a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Government requires all material delivered
  within 16 weeks after solicitation award date. The replacement
  transformer bushings shall be delivered F.O.B. (free on board)
  to the destination within consignee's premises, Mount Elbert
  Pump/Generating Plant, located on Highway 82 on Twin Lakes
  Reservoir, Lake County, Colorado. The Request For Quotes (RFQ)
  will be made available on or around September 8, 2000 and quotes
  are due on September 26, 2000. All reasonable sources may submit
  a quote which shall be considered by the Bureau of Reclamation.
  The Standard Industrial Classification Code is 3677. The small
  business size standard is 500 employees. To receive a copy
  of this RFQ, fax a request to Attention: Beverly Beckman at
  (406) 247-7798. The fax shall include contractors name, address,
  phone/fax numbers, federal tax identification and Dun and Bradstreet
  numbers. 
LINKURL: bbeckman@gp.usbr.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bbeckman@gp.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487178)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division,
  Villa Road, Bldg. 8110, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684-0010
SUBJECT: 59--AN/SPN-43C ANTENNA REFLECTORS
SOL N00421-00-R-0601
POC Grace Bean, Contract Specialist, (301) 862-8672; Larry Mattingly,
  Contracting Officer, (301) 862-8119
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD),
  St. Inigoes, MD intends to contract for a base year and four
  option years with FIBCO Composites, Inc., 6833 Oran Circle,
  Buena Vista, CA 90621. This requirement is for AN/SPN-43C antenna
  reflectors and test panels. FIBCO is the original equipment
  manufacturer of the antenna reflectors and test panels, and
  the reflectors and panels are not available from any other
  source. This acquisition is being pursued on a sole source
  basis under the statutory authority 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1), as
  implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 6.302-1,
  only one responsible source and no other supplies or services
  will satisfy agency requirements. THIS NOTICE OF INTENT IS
  NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS. Interested parties
  may identify their interest and technical capability to respond
  to this requirement and may submit information which shall
  be considered by the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division,
  Contracts. A determination by the Government not to compete
  with this proposed contract based on responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of the Government. Responses
  to this synopsis should be sent via e-mail to beanmg@navair.navy.mil
  before 9/1/00. 
LINKURL: http://www.navair.navy.mil/business/ecommerce/index.cfm
LINKDESC: 
  available).
EMAILADD: beanmg@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-230 SN487228)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Laughlin AFB Contracting Squadron, 171 Alabama Ave,
  Bldg 7, Laughlin AFB, TX, 78843-5102
SUBJECT: 59--MOTOROLA PRM-100: 10 WATT RACK MOUNT SYSTEMS
SOL 00T0138
DUE 090700
POC Chris Trujillo, Contracting Specialist, Phone 830-298-5280,
  Fax 830-298-4178, Email chris.trujillo@laughlin.af.mil - Sherrie
  Johns, Contracting Specialist, Phone 830-298-4388, Fax 830-298-4178,
  Email
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;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  NOT be issued. This solicitation document and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular 97-18 and DCN 20000606. The Standard Industrial
  Classification Code is 3663: Size Standard for small business
  is 750 employees or less. Submit written quotes (oral quotes/offers
  will not be considered) to 47th Contracting Squadron, 171 Alabama
  Avenue, Laughlin AFB TX 78843-5102 or FAX to 830-298-4178.
  On all quotes please provide your CAGE code number. This procurement
  is for Brand Name only equipment items. No substitutes will
  be accepted. Solicitation number F41685-00-T0138 is issued
  as a request for quotation (RFQ) to furnish the following item:
  Item 0001: One each Motorola PRM-100: 10 Watt Rack Mount System
  including Transceiver (URC-200), AC Power Supply (UAC-100),
  Rack Mount (URM-100), Base Station Antenna (UVU-200), and 50
  ft Heliax Cable (9URF-B61-050) In accordance with FAR 52.252-1
  Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference (Feb 1998),
  the following solicitation provisions are incorporated by reference:
  FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors--Commercial Items (Mar
  2000), FAR 52.215-5 Facsimile Proposals (Oct 1997), and FAR
  52.212-2 Evaluation_Commercial Items (Jan 1999) with the following
  evaluation factors: Price related factors, and Past Performance.
  All Offerors shall include a completed copy of the provision
  at FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications_Commercial
  Items (Feb 2000). All provisions and clauses may be accessed
  electronically at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/. In accordance
  with FAR 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference (Feb 1998),
  the following clauses are incorporated by reference and apply
  to this acquisition: FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions_Commercial
  Items (May 1999), FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes Or Executive Orders--Commercial
  Items (Aug 2000), with the following blocks checked: FAR 52.222-3,
  Convict Labor (E.O. 11755), FAR 52.233-3 Protest after award
  (31 U.S.C. 3553), FAR 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246),
  FAR 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central
  Contractor Registration (May 1999). The clause at DFARS 252.212-7001
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisition of Commercial
  Items (Mar 2000), with the following blocks checked: DFARS
  252.225-7000 Buy American Act and Balance of Payment Program
  (Sep 1999). In addition, the following clauses are incorporated
  by reference: FAR 52.246-1 Contractor Inspection Requirements
  (Apr 1984), FAR 52.247-34 F.o.b. Destination (Nov 1991), and
  DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) (Mar 2000). The CCR can be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423
  or register online at http://www.ccr2000.com. Confirmation
  of CCR registration must be obtained before award can be made.
  Offers/bids are solicited only from those offerors/bidders
  that are neither debarred nor suspended, nor proposed for debarment
  or suspension. Quotes are required to be submitted not later
  than 3:00 P.M. (CST) 07 September 2000. Point of contact for
  this solicitation is TSgt Chris Trujillo, chris.trujillo@Laughlin.af.mil
  or (830) 298-5280. This solicitation will be available via
  the U.S. General Services Administration Electronic Posting
  System (EPS). Interested parties should subscribe to receive
  procurement announcements related to this solicitation by entering
  the EPS web site at http://www.eps.gov/ and go to the Acquisition
  Notification Service area to register. All amendments will
  be posted on the Internet. Contractors are responsible for
  obtaining amendments from the Internet and updating their files.
  All inquiries shall be by mail, fax or e-mail, no telephone
  inquiries will be accepted. Contracting Officer: BJ Eldien,
  bj.eldien@laughlin.af.mil. Fax Number: (830) 298-4862. Mailing
  Address: 171 Alabama Ave., Laughlin AFB, TX 78843-5102. Provide
  literature, catalogs, brochures, and other information to properly
  evaluate your quote.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=00T0138&LocID=508
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: chris.trujillo@laughlin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487233)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center TSD, Code 257, 12350 Research
  Parkway, Orlando FL 32826-3275
SUBJECT: 59--5KVA REDUNDANT INVERTER SYSTEM
SOL N61339-00-T-0137
DUE 090800
POC Larry Duncan, Contracting Officer, 407/380-4090 
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Subparts 12.6,
  as supplemented with additional information included in this
  notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  a quote is being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. Solicitation N61339-98-T-0137 is issued as a
  request for quote and incorporates the provisions and clauses
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19. The solicitation
  shall be awarded on a sole source basis to Pylon Electronics,
  Inc., Mississauga Ont L4Z 1P1. The SIC Code for this solicitation
  is 7629 with a size standard of 5M. This is a firm fixed price
  requirement.  The following item is required: CLIN 0001,
  5KVA Redundant Inverter System, P/N: S5K2-1-20860-0, Qty: 2
  ea.  Delivery shall be made no later than 3 weeks after date
  of contract to National Range Support Director, White Sands,
  NM 88002; acceptance shall be made at destination upon delivery.
  Delivery shall be made FOB Destination. The following FAR/DFARS
  provisions and clauses apply to this acquisition: 52.212-1,
  52.212-3, 52.212-4, 52.212-5, 252.2121-7001.   The following
  subparagraphs of FAR 52.212-5(b) apply: (12)  The following
  subparagraphs of FAR 52.212-5(c) apply: None.  The following
  clauses of DFARS 52.212-7001(b) and (c) apply:  None.  
  A completed copy of the following must be included with the
  quote: FAR 52.212-3.   The following clauses also apply:
  DFARS 252.204-7004, "Required Central Contractor Registration,"
  and "Year 2000 Warranty Commercial Supply Items -- The contractor
  warrants that each hardware, software, and firmware product
  delivered under this contract and listed below shall be able
  to accurately process date data (including, but not limited
  to, calculating, comparing, and sequencing) from, into, and
  between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, including
  leap year calculations, when used in accordance with the product
  documentation provided by the contractor, provided that all
  listed or unlisted products (e.g. hardware, software, firmware)
  used in combination with such listed product properly exchange
  date data with it. If the contract requires that specific listed
  products must perform as a system in accordance with the foregoing
  warranty, then that warranty shall apply to those listed products
  as a system. The duration of this warranty and the remedies
  available to the Government for breach of this warranty shall
  be as defined in, and subject to, the terms and limitations
  of the contractor's standard commercial warranty or warranties
  contained in this contract, provided that notwithstanding any
  provision to the contrary in such commercial warranty or warranties,
  the remedies available to the Government under this warranty
  shall include repair or replacement of any listed product whose
  non-compliance is discovered and made known to the contractor
  in writing within ninety (90) days after acceptance. Nothing
  in this warranty shall be construed to limit any rights or
  remedies the Government may otherwise have under this contract
  with respect to defects other than Year 2000 performance."
  The DPAS rating for this solicitation is N/A. See Note 22 (forty-five
  days is changed to read fifteen days). Quote is due at 4:00
  p.m. EST on 08 September 2000 and may be made by FAX to (407)380-8318
  (Attn: Larry Duncan) or to the address above. For information
  regarding this solicitation, contact Larry Duncan at (407)380-4090.

EMAILADD: Larry_Duncan@stricom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-230 SN487254)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 375th
  Contracting Squadron, 201 East Winters Street, Building 50,
  Scott AFB, IL, 62225-5015
SUBJECT: 59--A HI-DEF MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM W/CABINETRY COMPONENT
SOL Reference-Number-F1334601870100
DUE 083000
POC John Elliott, Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9257, Fax
  618-256-5237, Email john.elliot@scott.af.mil - Cindy Showers,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 618-256-9250, Fax 618-256-5237,
  Email
DESC: Solicitation F1334601870100 combined Synopsis/Solicitation
  for procurement of equipment and installation of a Hi-Def Multimedia
  System for HQ AMC/HC at Scott AFB, IL to furnish all labor,
  equipment, materials, supplies, transportation and testing
  required to equip HQ AMC/HC conference room with a Multimedia
  System(High Definition Flat Plasma) to include cabinetry component
  to install it in. Work will be done in Building 1910, Room
  326. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; request
  for quotations are being requested and a written solicitation
  will not be issued. This solicitation is issued as a request
  for quotation (RFQ). This solicitation is set aside 100% for
  small business concerns. The solicitation can be viewed at
  http://www.eps.gov/. The solicitation package includes the
  SOW and Commercial Clauses FAR 52.212-4 and FAR 52-212-5 are
  applicable to this procurement. A site visit will be conducted
  on 24 Aug 00, 10AM. The closing date for the RFQ is 30 Aug
  00 by the close of business. Facsimile quotes will be accepted.
  Late quotations will not be accepted. All responsible sources
  may submit a quotation, which will be considered by the agency.
  The Small Business Specialist at Scott AFB, IL is Mr. John
  Thornton, 618,-256-9322. Link to USAF Small Business, http://www.selltoairforce.org;
  a link to SBA, http://www.sba.gov. Contract award cannot be
  made to any contractor who is not enrolled in the Department
  of Defense (DOD) Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Program.
  CCR can be reached at http://www.ccr2000.com. If you have questions
  on the request for quotation, please contact Mr. John Elliott
  at (618) 256-9252, email john.elliott@scott.af See Numbered
  Note 1
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-F1334601870100&LocID=468
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: john.elliot@scott.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487286)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division,
  Villa Road, Bldg. 8110, St. Inigoes, Maryland 20684-0010
SUBJECT: 59--SATCOM DAMA AMP/PRE-AMPLIFIER SYSTEMS
SOL N00421-00-R-0628
DUE 111100
POC Margaret Ranieri, Contract Specialist (301) 862-8943
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, St. Inigoes,
  MD has a requirement for Ultra High Frequency Tactacal Satellite
  Communications Demand Assigned Multiple Access Amplifier and
  Preamplifier System (UHF SATCOM DAMA AMP/PRE-AMPLIFIER SYSTEM).
  This system will be used in various mobile and portable, tactical
  communications systems. The amplifier shall provide, in a single
  unit, a DAMA certified UHF SATCOM transmit power amplifier
  and receiver pre-amplifier. It shall be compact, lightweight,
  rugged and weatherproof. The transmit power amplifier shall
  provide a minimum of 100 watts output power throughout the
  UHF SATCOM Uplink frequency band. Power output shall be adjustable
  in at least three increments, from 20 to 25 watts at the low
  end, up to full power. Control output power shall be provided
  externally, and not require use of tools. The amplifier shall
  be designed to minimize co-site interference. As a minimum,
  the amplifier shall include transmit filtering that reduces
  out of band RF signals by at least 70dB. The amplifier packaging
  shall be appropriate to protect the electronics in a tactical
  environment. It shall be rugged and weatherproof, and shall
  permit installation and operation of the amplifier near a uni-directional
  or omni-directional SATCOM antenna in a variety of applications,
  including: installation in a vehicle or shelter; mounting in
  a transit case; or placement on the ground, where it may be
  partially covered in standing water. The UHF SATCOM DAMA Amp
  and Preamp systems will be certified for use with the AN/PSC-5,
  Motorola LST-5D and AN/PRC-117 transceivers. An Indefinite
  Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Firm Fixed-Price (FFP)
  type contract for a one (1) year base period and four (4) one
  year options is anticipated. The solicitation is expected to
  be released by 8 September 2000. This is a follow-on requirement
  to Contract N00421-97-D-1091 with ARC, Incorporated. The guaranteed
  minimum purchase is 10 Amp/Pre-Amplifiers. Items ordered shall
  be delivered within 120 days after initial order and 90 days
  after all subsequent orders. The Navy intends to release the
  solicitation, including any subsequent amendments, via the
  Internet. The solicitation will reside on the NAVAIR Home Page
  located on the World Wide Web (WWW). The WWW server may be
  accessed using client browsers such as NETSCAPE and INTERNET
  EXPLORER. The WWW address, or URL, for the NAVAIR Home Page
  is: http://www.navair.navy.mil/business/ecommerce/solicitation_view_action.cfm?Sol_No=N00421-00-R-0628.
  In addition to the availability of the solicitation for downloading
  at this Internet site, the Navy will also e-mail a notification
  of release of the solicitation and any subsequent amendments
  to all prospective offerors who submit a request to register
  via e-mail. Such requests should be sent to RanieriMA@navair.navy.mil.
  When submitting e-mail requests, please include the company
  name, address, point-of-contact (POC), POC e-mail address and
  phone & fax numbers. IN THE INTEREST OF ACQUISITION STREAMLINING,
  PROSPECTIVE OFFERORS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO USE THE INTERNET
  TO SUBMIT REQUESTS RELATIVE TO THIS SOLICTATION. TELEPHONE
  REQUESTS FOR THE SOLICITATION WILL NEITHER BE ACCEPTED NOR
  RETURNED. A PAPER COPY OF THE SOLICITATION WILL BE PROVIDED
  ONLY ON AN EXCEPTION BASIS. A written request for a paper copy,
  if necessary, may be sent to: Margaret A. Ranieri, Contracts
  2.5.4.1.2.3, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Bldg.
  8110, Villa Rd., St. Inigoes, MD 20684-0010 (Attention NWACAD
  Synopsis N00421-00-R-0628). 
LINKURL: www.navair.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: RanieriMA@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487385)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Contracting and Purchasing Division, Post Office Box
  5069, Marine Corps Recruit Depot/ERR, Parris Island, South
  Carolina 29905-5000
SUBJECT: 59--FURNISH COPPER CABLE TO INCLUDE INSTALLATION.
SOL M00263-00-T-0010
DUE 083100
POC Roy Brooks, 843-228-2139/Contracting Officer, Cherie Buchanan,
  843-228-3622
DESC: (i) This a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR 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. This combined synopsis/solicitation will be awarded
  as firm-fixed price evaluated on "Best Value" to the Government.
  (ii) Solicitation M00263-00-T-0010 is being issued as a Request
  For Quotation (RFQ). (iii) The solicitation document and incorporated
  provisions are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-19. (iv) This acquisition is restricted as a 100%
  small business set aside. The associated North American Industry
  Classification System (NCAIS)/Standard Industrial Classification
  code (SIC) is 335921/3357 respectively with a size standard
  of 1,000 employees. (v) The requirement is a turnkey project
  as follows: CLIN 0001 Qty One (1) Unit-Job. Price_______________.
  Estimated delivery date:______________. Desired Delivery Date
  is 30 December 00. (vi) DESCRIPTION: Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
  Parris Island, SC is undergoing a communications infrastructure
  upgrade. The upgrade will result in Information Technologies
  (IT) communications and ATM communications to primary/key buildings
  consistent with the Joint Technical Architecture. Copper cable
  will be used to provide intra-building wiring to Buildings
  416, 417, 418, 419 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 737, 738, 739,
  751, 7001, 7003, and 7004, and to provide building access to
  the base infrastructure. The contractor shall engineer, furnish,
  and install structured building cable and information outlets
  at MCRD Parris Island, SC. Installation shall provide the capacity
  to allow access to additional systems upgrades in the future.
  The contractor shall propose specific cable lengths and termination
  point requirements in a firm-fixed price quote. All user outlet
  locations and quantities shall be pre-approved by MCRD Parris
  Island, SC Telephone Office. A Site survey is required and
  shall be coordinated with the Contracting Officer. DESCRIPTION
  OF WORK: 1. Install (18) eighteen dual Category-5 cable runs
  in Buildings 7003 and 7004. Install (16) sixteen dual Category-5
  cable runs in Buildings 417, 420, and 423. Install (15) fifteen
  dual Category-5 cable runs in Buildings 438, 739, and 751.
  Install (13) thirteen dual Category-5 cable runs in Buildings
  416, 418, 419, 421, 422, and 424. Install (12) twelve dual
  Category-5 cable runs in Buildings 737 and 7001. Install Single
  cable runs and associated hardware. Test and Certify cables
  and terminations. Installation shall be in accordance with
  TIA/EIA 568A and MCRD Parris Island specifications herein.
  Test all cables to meet TIA/EIA 568A and TSB 67 Specifications.
  All cable that does not meet specifications shall be repaired
  and/or replaced until testing specifications are met. 2. Install
  Category-5 cable on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd decks of buildings listed
  above. 3. Install Category-5 patch panels and wire management
  in racks for data. 4. Install 110 type rack mountable blocks
  to provide an intermediate cross-connect point between Building
  Entrance Terminal and Rack for voice. All horizontal cables
  will be terminated in rack. 5. Install 19" standalone rack
  with vertical wire management and cable runway. 6. Install
  backbone cable in the buildings listed above. 7. All walls
  will be fished if possible. 8. Install Hubbell MT1 Raceway
  (or equivalent) where fishing walls is not possible. 9. Install
  Hubbell Advanced Communication outlet (or equivalent) for user
  outlets. 10. All materials used by the contractor in lieu of
  or as equivalent to must be pre-approved. 11. The contractor
  shall submit the following documentation within four weeks
  after project completion of the contract: a. Wiring Diagrams
  in accordance with TIA/EIA 568A Standards. b. Cable Running
  List c. Copper tests results (Hard Copy and Digital Copy).
  12. A minimum One- (1) year Warranty on all material and workmanship
  is required. NOTE: The government may provide temporary storage
  location for materials received before project installation
  begins. The contractor, however, is still responsible for the
  physical security of all materials until final acceptance.
  Any materials damaged, lost, and/or stolen prior to final acceptance
  will remain the contractor's responsibility to repair and/or
  replace as required. (vii) The Government strongly desires
  work to be completed by 30 December 2000. Contractor's estimated
  completion dates shall be submitted with all quotes. (viii)
  The following clauses and provisions are incorporated and made
  part of this solicitation: 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors
  -- Commercial. Addendum 1 to Provision 52.212-1: Offerors shall
  submit their quotations on an "all or none" basis. The Government
  reserves the right to reject any quote that does not offer
  all required items. FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Item
  is included as part of this contract to include the specific
  evaluation criteria: a. Past Performance. b. Technical. c.
  Price. Technical and past performance information shall (a)
  Support experience with OSHA Safety Rules. (b) Demonstrate
  knowledge of IEEE Standards for cable installation. (c) Demonstrate
  ability to perform installation. Contractor must provide three
  (3) references of projects for the same or similar services
  to verify experience. References must be submitted with each
  offer. References will be reviewed to determine technical acceptability.
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications -- Commercial
  Items - a completed copy must accompany your offer. Call the
  POC to request a blank copy or access electronic site- http://www.deskbook.osd.mil.
  52.212-4 Terms and Conditions --Commercial Items and addenda
  to include that contractor shall comply with all safety regulations
  and procedures in effect at MCRD, Parris Island, SC. The contractor
  is not required to possess a security clearance to access the
  work areas identified in this requirement. All items shall
  be F.O.B destination in accordance with FAR Clause 52.247-34.
  FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive -- Commercial Items; applies to this
  acquisition. The following FAR Clauses sited by reference in
  FAR 52.212-5 apply to this acquisition: 52.203-6, Restrictions
  on Subcontractor to the Government with Alternate I; 52.219-4,
  Limitations on Subcontracting; 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged
  Business Participation Program; 52.219-26, Small Disadvantaged
  Business participation Program--Incentive Subcontracting; 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity;
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers
  with Disabilities; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era; 52.225-1, Buy American
  Act-Balance of Payments Program-Supplies; 52.225-3, Buy American
  Act-North American Free Trade Agreement -Israeli Trade Act-Balance
  of Payments Program; 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds
  Transfer-Central Contractor Registration; 52.232-36 , Payment
  by Third Party; 52.247-64, Alternate I. The additional FAR
  Clauses apply to this acquisition: 52.233-2, Service of Protest;
  52.242-13 Bankruptcy; 52.242-15, Stop-Work Order; 52-253-1,
  Computer Generated Forms. Facsimile bids are also included
  in this acquisition. The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
  Supplement (DFARS) 252.212-7000 Offeror Representations and
  Certifications - Commercial must accompany contractor's offer.
  DFARS 252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to
  Implement Statutes or Executive Orders- Commercial Items applies
  to this acquisition. The following clauses and provisions cited
  by reference in DFARS 252.212-7001 are applicable: 252.225-7000,
  Buy American Act - Balance of Payments Program Certificate;
  252.225-7001, Buy American Act and Balance of Payment Program;
  252.243-7002, Certification of Requests for Equitable Adjustment.
  The following DFARS clauses and provisions apply to this contract:
  252.204-7003, Control of Government Personnel Work Product;
  252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration; 252.243-7001,
  Pricing of Contract Modifications. The Government reserves
  the right to utilize the Government Commercial Procurement
  Card (GCPC) as a method of payment upon delivery, acceptance
  of supplies and services under this contract. When payment
  is made by GCPC, FAR Clause 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer-Central Contract Registration is hereby deleted
  from FAR Clause 52.212-5. Each offeror shall review the clauses
  and provisions by reference. The full text of a provision may
  be accessed electronically as stated above. Quotes must be
  received no later than 1:00 p.m. EST 31 Aug 00. FAX number
  is (843) 228-2163. EMAILADD: buchananca@mcrdpi.usmc.mil. See
  numbered note 1. All responsible sources may submit a quotation,
  which shall be considered by the agency. *****  
CITE: (W-230 SN487422)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Acq Group, Hampton Roads Detachment, 1968
  Gilbert St., Suite 600, Norfolk, VA 23511-3392
SUBJECT: 61--POWER EQUIPMENT; PORTABLE GENERATOR, 200KW (1 EACH),
  100KW (2 EACH) 
SOL N00189-00-T-H730
DUE 090500
POC David C. Zareczny, Contracting Officer, Code 202A2A, (757)
  443-1431
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format prescribed in
  Subpart 12.6 of the FAR, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  request for quote for the required items. Proposals are hereby
  requested under RFQ N00189-00-T-H730, a subsequent solicitation
  document will not be issued. FISC Norfolk, Acquisition Department
  intends to purchase on a full and open competitive basis the
  following items, (1) 1 Each, Portable Generator, 200KW @ power
  factor 0.8, Model # D200 (D200P4), and (2) 2 Each, Portable
  Generator, 100KW @ Power Factor 0.8, Model # D100 (D100P2).
  The following specifications apply to both generators. Rated
  Dual Voltage: 480/277 @ 60HZ, 208/120 @ 60HZ. Diesel Engine:
  Engine Type; four-stroke, direct injection, turbo-charged.
  Cooling: water circulation by centrifugal pump fitted on engine,
  engine completely piped to radiator. Speed Control: speed governor
  (RPM). DC Alternator: alternator with rectifier and electronic
  voltage regulator, 28 volts. Starter Motor: solenoid operated
  starter, 24 volt. Filters: air-filter, fuel-filter, lube-oil
  filter. Exhaust: insulated/shielded exhaust gas collection
  pipe, industrial exhaust silencer. Radiator/Fan: dimensioned
  to cool the water inside the radiator and remove the heat generation
  of the engine and alternator, radiator provided with expansion
  tank. Coupling: diesel engine directly coupled to the alternator.
  Alternator: syncronous, self-excided, self-regulated, and brushless
  type, ventilated, voltage regulation within +/- 1.0% with load
  from 0 to 100%, speed from -2% to + 5% and power factor range
  from 0.8 to 1 and balanced load, nominal voltage: (dual) 480/277
  & 280/120, with dual voltage selector switch, nominal frequency:
  60 hertz. Chassis: 2-axle trailer in heavy duty welded version,
  with spring suspension, parking brake, tow bar with tow eye,
  weather protective canopy, silenced 65db at 7 m. Exhaust System:
  exhaust silencer fixed on the unit. Battery: starting batteries
  heavy-duty lead acid type, mounted on base frame, connection
  cables to the engine starter. Fuel Tank: with capacity of approx.
  8 hours full load operation. Control Panel: designed for manual
  operation, main circuit breaker, 4-pole voltmeter with voltmeter
  selector, ammeter, frequency-meter, operation hour counter,
  fuel level indicator, start/stop switch, engine automatic stop,
  oil pressure, engine temperature, low cooling water level.
  Painting: durable weatherproof painting. Included Accessories:
  operational and maintenance manuals (3 Sets). Suggested Source:
  Carter Power Systems, Chesapeake, VA 23323, (or equal), Note:
  If supplying an equal please provide descriptive data with
  your proposal. Delivery will be 12 Weeks/ARO or sooner. FOB
  Point is Destination to Norfolk, VA 23511, Marked for an overseas
  naval installation. Offers other than FOB Destination shall
  be ineligible for the award. The following FAR provisions and
  clauses apply to this solicitation and are incorporated by
  reference: FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items (MAR 2000), FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and
  Certifications-Commercial Items (FEB 2000), FAR 52.212-4 Contract
  Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (MAY 1999), FAR 52.212-5
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders (APR 1999) (DEVIATION), FAR 52.215-5 Facsimile
  Proposals (OCT 1997), FAR 52.232-33 Payment By Electronic Funds
  Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (MAY 1999). The RFQ
  document, (N00189-00-T-H730), provisions and clauses which
  have been incorporated are those in effect through FAC 97-17.
  The following Defense FAR Supplement (DFAR) provisions and
  clauses apply to this solicitation and are incorporated by
  reference, with the exception of DFAR 252.204-7004 which will
  be in full text. DFAR 252.225-7000 Buy American Act -Balance
  of Payments Program Certificate (SEP 1999), DFAR 252.212-7001
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial
  Items (APR 1999), (DEVIATION). DFAR 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payments Program (MAR 1998), DFAR 252.204-7004,
  (MAR 2000), Required Central Contractor Registration, (a) Definitions.
  As used in this clause - (1) "Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) database" means the primary DOD repository for contractor
  information required for the conduct of business with DOD.
  (2) "Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number" means the
  9-digit number assigned by Dun and Bradstreet Information Services
  to identify unique business entities. (3) "Data Universal Numbering
  System +4 (Duns+4) number" means the Duns number assigned by
  Dun and Bradstreet plus a 4-digit suffix that may be assigned
  by a parent (controlling) business concern. This 4 digit suffix
  may be assigned at the discretion of the parent business concern
  for such purposes as identifying subunits or affiliates of
  the parent business concern. (4) "Registered in the CCR database"
  means that all mandatory information, including the DUNS number
  or the Duns +4 number, if applicable, and the corresponding
  Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code, is in the CCR
  database; the DUNS number and the CAGE code have been validated;
  and all edits have been successfully completed. (b) (1) By
  submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement
  that a prospective awardee must be registered in the CCR database
  prior to award, during performance, and through final payment
  of any contract resulting from this solicitation, except for
  awards to foreign vendors for work to be performed outside
  the United States.(5) The offeror shall provide its DUNS or,
  if applicable, its DUNS +4 number with its offer, which will
  be used by the Contracting Officer to verify that the offeror
  is registered in the CCR database. (6) Lack of registration
  in the CCR database will make an offeror ineligible for award.
  (7) DOD has established a goal of registering an applicant
  in the CCR database within 48 hours after receipt of a complete
  and accurate application via the Internet. However, registration
  of an applicant submitting an application through a method
  other than the Internet may take up to 30 days. Therefore,
  offerors that are not registered should consider applying for
  registration immediately upon receipt of this solicitation.
  (c) The contractor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness
  of the data within the CCR, and for any liability resulting
  from the Government's reliance on inaccurate or incomplete
  data. To remain registered in the CCR database after the initial
  registration, the contractor is required to confirm on an annual
  basis that its information in the CCR database is accurate
  and complete. (d) Offerors and contractors may obtain information
  on registration and annual confirmation requirements by calling
  1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet at http://ccr.dlsc.dla.mil..
  As a minimum, responsible sources should provide this office:
  a price proposal on letterhead or a SF1449 for the requested
  items, with unit prices, extended prices, prompt payment terms,
  remittance address, Tax I.D. #, Duns #, Cage code, and a completed
  copy of FAR 52.212-3. Responses to this solicitation are due
  by Sep 05, 2000. Offers can be faxed to (757-443-1389/1333)
  or mailed to; Acquisition Department, Fleet & Industrial Supply
  Center, 1968 Gilbert St., Suite 600, Attn: David C.Zareczny,
  Code 202A2A, Norfolk, VA.23511-3392. Reference RFQ N00189-00-T-H730,
  on your proposal. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486957)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 61--POWER SUPPLY
SOL 000620003
DUE 100600
POC Contact Point, Joyce L Curry, 0223.01, (215)697-6510, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-6130-01-465-3514-GF, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, Ref Nr
  28VS150BL-5B, Qty 72 EA, Delivery FOB Origin, Approx Due Date
  O/A Oct 06 00--NAVICP contemplates issuance of a Long Term
  Requirements Contract for 2 years, with the option to extend
  in 12 month increments for a period of 3 years. Total contract
  length equals 5 years. The best estimated quantities are as
  follows:1st Year - 72 each; 2nd Year - 84 each; 3rd Year -
  96 each; 4th Year - 96 each; 5th Year 96 each. Offerors are
  requested to provide proposals based on these quantities for
  the above listed NSN and part number, or for the following
  equivalent NSN and part no.: 7RH 6125-01-237-4710, p/n (08748)
  4-216-04, MotorGenerator., See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487035)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--TORQUE, MOTOR
SOL SP0430-00-R-3608
DUE 100900
POC m.brant@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: 6105013772198, ARG00202045001, Parker Hannifin Corp, cage
  59211, P/N 73733, Torque, Motor. Required delivery 350 days
  a.r.o. IQC + 2 option years. Est.  annual qty total is 250
  each. Fob origin, inspection/acceptance at origin. Other than
  full and open, unrestricted, sole source. To request a copy
  of an RFP/IFB solicitation, 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 Hwy, Richmond Va 23297-5860.  The final contract award
  decision may be based upon a comination of price, past performance
  and other evaluation factors. The solicitation issue date is
   September 8, 2000.
LINKURL: http://w.w.w.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: m.brant@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487071)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT
SOL SP0430-00-R-3349
DUE 100600
POC Marilyn Brant/zz780/804-279-4381/Steven Tuck/804-279-4916,
  Contracting Officer 
DESC: 6105-00-921-8635, ARG00185045001, SP0430-00-R-3349, Motor,
  Direct Current,  item to be furnished iaw cage 12511, P/N
  DM1230M1. ISSUE DATE: 06SEP00, CLOSING DATE: 06/OCT/00. To
  result in an indefinite quantity contract for one year. Estimated
  annual quantity: 495 ea, and requested delivery of 220 days.
  RFP, unrestricted, OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN. To request a copy
  of the solicitation call the request for R and B hot line
  at 804-279-3350; send a request by fax to 804-279-3350.  
CITE: (W-230 SN487076)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
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--BATTERY STORAGE
SOL spo43000r3012
DUE 092500
POC brenda coleman/zy180/dscr-jepb/804-279-3227/fax 4361
DESC: nsn 6140-01-461-4575, battery storage, nickel-cadium, wet,
  discharged, vented. qpl applies. d.o.t. class: corrosive, shipping
  name: battery, wet, filled with alkali, origin inspection required.
  technical data package availability, this nsn is procured as
  fully competitive in accordance with a military/federal specifications/standards
  and/or voluntary industry standards. refer to section 1. clause
  52.211-9g13 for obtaining such data. critical application item.
  fob destination, inspection/acceptance origin. delivery 120
  days. stock. the final contract award decision may be based
  upon a combination of price, past performance and other evaluation
  factors as descried in solicitation.
LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bcoleman@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487159)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Office, P.O. Box 1609, Oceanside, Ca 92051-1609
SUBJECT: 61--SOLE SOURCE PURCHASE OF POWER SUPPLY UNITS AND MODIFICATION
  KITS
SOL M00681-00-T-0543
POC Otis C. Beckwith, Contract Specialist, (760) 725-8451
DESC: Notice of intent to negotiate a sole source contract with
  Pulse Tech Products Corporation for SINCGAR ASAPS-6 power supply
  units and modification kits, part number 740X819, quantity:
  50 each. It is the Government's intent to award a firm fixed
  price contract. Authority: 10 U. S. C. 2304 (c) (1). Justification:
  The Government believes this contractor is the only source
  able to provide the required supplies within the time frame
  required and satisfy agency requirements. This notice of intent
  is not a request for competitive quotes or proposals. Interested
  persons seeking to challenge the sole source justification
  must present clear and convincing evidence of their capability
  to provide the requirement within 15 days after the date of
  publication of this synopsis. Oral communications are not acceptable.
  Pricing figures should be included. All information shall be
  furnished at no cost or obligation to the Government. No contract
  will be awarded on the basis of offers received in response
  to this notice, but will be used to determine if a comparable
  source is available and more advantageous to the government
  in future procurements. A determination not to compete this
  proposed contract based on responses to this notice is solely
  within the discretion of the Government. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487278)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--MOTOR, DIRECT CURRENT
SOL SP0430-00-R-3659
DUE 100900
POC m.brant@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: 6105009218635, YPG00223000797, Simmonds Precision Products
  Inc. cage 12511, P/N DM1230M1, Motor, Direct Current. Required
  delivery 220 days a.r.o. Total qty 197 ea. 100% option included.
  Other than full and open, unrestricted, sole source. To request
  a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation, 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 Hwy, Richmond Va 23297-5860.
  The final contract award decision may be based upon a combination
  of price, past performance and other evaluation factors. The
  solicitation issue date is September 8, 2000.
LINKURL: http://w.w.w.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: m.brant@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487305)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
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 & POWER & DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
SOL SPO451-00-R-3019
POC Debbie Moss BG632/804-279-6118
DESC: PR YPG00138000507; NSN 6150-01-063-9205; Cable Assembly;
  Special, Cage 61174, P/N A51S90010-5. Specifications, plan
  or drawings relating to the procurement described are not available
  and cannot be furnished by the Government. Critical application
  applies, 100% option applies. . Quantity 23ea. Inspection and
  acceptance is Destination. A written solicitation will be issued
  7/5/00, and will close on 8/7/00. To request a copy of this
  IFB solicitation, you may call the "Request for R and B Hot
  Line" at 804-279-3350; send a request by FAC to 804-279-4165;
  or mail a request to: Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson
  Davis Hwy, Richmond, VA 23297-5860   MODIFICATION IS BEING
  ISSUED TO CANCEL PR IN ITS ENTIRETY 
CITE: (W-230 SN487354)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 62--Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 62--FRAMED BOARD WITH LETTERS
SOL F34612-00-QQ067
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH
  FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS
  ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation
  is being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  Solicitation number F34612-00-QQ067 is hereby issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The incorporated provisions and clauses are
  those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is
  under Standard Industrial Classification code 3646, with a
  small business size standard of 500. The requirement calls
  for the following: Fifteen (15) each Item# FC10524__Canvas
  & Wrought Iron Privacy Screen; Three (3) each Item# 40748__Solid
  Oak Framed Board with letters; Three (3) each Item# 70676__Designer
  Brass Floor Easel. Suggested items or equal. Suggested source
  is Hubert Company/9555 Dry Fork Rd/Harrison, OH 45030. If quoting
  on an equal, must provide manufacturer and part number. If
  item is under GSA contract, please furnish GSA contract number.
  Please send any questions or requests to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN:
  David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147.
  You may also call P.O.C. at (580) 481-7261, send a fax to (580)
  481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil. The following
  clauses and provisions are incorporated and are to remain in
  full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR Clause 52.212-1,
  Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items, (Nov 1999). It is
  incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition.
  It is amended to read: Submit signed and dated offer to 97
  CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147
  at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 25 Aug 2000. Submit signed
  and dated quotations on company letterhead or quotation form.
  Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472. Offers on this acquisition
  shall be evaluated on the basis of price factors only. The
  government reserves the right to make award without discussions.
  FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999), Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, is incorporated by reference and applies to this acquisition
  with the following addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central
  Contractor Registration (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items (Sep 1999) applies to
  this acquisition and is incorporated by reference. Paragraph
  (b) of the clause incorporates by reference the following FAR
  clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755), 52.233-3, Protest
  After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246),
  52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Handicapped
  Workers (29 U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.225-18, European Sanctions for End Products (E.O. 12849),
  52.232-33, Payment by Electric Funds Transfer-Central Contractor
  Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332), DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payments Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O
  10582). A Firm-Fixed Price purchase order will be issued in
  writing. No telephonic responses will be processed. If you
  have previously bid on this item, DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID.
  THIS IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT. MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications to be
  provided with the quote.... was
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ067&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486958)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 62--Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 62--FOLLOW SPOT LAMP
SOL F34612-00-QQ070
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH
  FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS
  ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation
  is being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  Solicitation number F34612-00-QQ070 is hereby issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The incorporated provisions and clauses are
  those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is
  under Standard Industrial Classification code 3648, with a
  small business size standard of 500. The requirement calls
  for the following: One (1) Comet Followspot w/lamp; One (1)
  FLE Spare Lamp; One DTA lamp. Suggested items or equal. Suggested
  source is Theatre Service & Supply/1792 Union Ave/Baltimore,
  MD 21211. If quoting on an equal, must provide manufacturer
  and part number. If item is under GSA contract, please furnish
  GSA contract number. Please send any questions or requests
  to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN: David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318,
  Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147. You may also call P.O.C. at (580)
  481-7261, send a fax to (580) 481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil.
  The following clauses and provisions are incorporated and are
  to remain in full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR
  Clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items,
  (Nov 1999). It is incorporated by reference and applies to
  this acquisition. It is amended to read: Submit signed and
  dated offer to 97 CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus
  AFB, OK 73523-5147 at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 25 Aug
  2000. Submit signed and dated quotations on company letterhead
  or quotation form. Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472.
  Offers on this acquisition shall be evaluated on the basis
  of price factors only. The government reserves the right to
  make award without discussions. FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999),
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, is incorporated
  by reference and applies to this acquisition with the following
  addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration
  (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Sep 1999) applies to this acquisition and is incorporated
  by reference. Paragraph (b) of the clause incorporates by reference
  the following FAR clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755),
  52.233-3, Protest After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793),
  52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212), 52.225-18, European Sanctions
  for End Products (E.O. 12849), 52.232-33, Payment by Electric
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332),
  DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payments
  Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O 10582). A Firm-Fixed Price
  purchase order will be issued in writing. No telephonic responses
  will be processed. If you have previously bid on this item,
  DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID. THIS IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT.
  MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications to be provided with the quote.... was deleted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ070&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486962)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 63--Alarm and Signal, and Security Detection Systems
OFFADD: Army Research Laboratory, Attn: AMSSB-ACC-AA, Aberdeen
  Proving Ground, MD 21005-5066
SUBJECT: 63--REPLACE AND UPGRADE TO THE CURRENT AMAG 550 HOST
SOL DAAD17-00-T-0631
DUE 083100
POC Barbara DeSchepper, Contract Specialist, 410-278-5425
DESC: The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Security/CI Office,
  at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD intends to award on a sole-source
  basis with DEI Integrated Security Control Systems, Baltimore,
  MD 21205 for existing equipment and maintenance support for
  an automated access system to sensitive and classified areas.
  The Army Research Laboratory has found no other source. It
  is determined that DEI is the only vendor in meeting the requirements
  and being compatible in interfacing with the existing equipment(replace
  and upgrade to AMAGE 550 Host, Workstation, Firmware and Changeover).
  Information received will be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a copetitive procurement.
  Inquiries will "ONLY" be accepte by FAX at (410) 278-6522,
  ATTN: Barbara DeSchepper, "SEE NOTE 1 AND 22"
CITE: (W-230 SN487179)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 63--Alarm and Signal, and Security Detection Systems
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, MS 205C, 12201 Sunrise Valley
  Drive, Reston, VA 20192
SUBJECT: 63--MONITORING & MAINTENANCE OF FIRE AND SECURITY SYSTEMS
SOL 01HQQQ0002
DUE 082800
POC Diane Peters, fax 703-648-7901
DESC: 17. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation.
  Proposals are being requested under Request For Quotes (RFQ)
  # 01HQQQ0002 posted on Electronic Commerce. Details may be
  viewed on the Department of Interior's Business Opportunities
  Web Page at http://ideasec.er.usgs.gov. The posted RFQ contains
  a description of the service, quantity, delivery, and applicable
  clauses. All vendors who can meet this requirement, and have
  a valid Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), are invited to submit
  electronic quotes for this posted RFQ. A written solicitation
  for this requirement will not be issued. THIS ACQUISITION WILL
  BE MADE UNDER THE SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION THRESHOLD OF $100,000.00.
  SIC code for this acquisition is 5063. Quotes are due at (4:30)
  (28 August 2000). The provisions at 1452.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors, and 1452.212-5 (or 5I), Contract Terms and Conditions,
  as they appear in the RFQ apply to this acquisition. Numbered
  note(s) 1 apply.   
LINKURL: http://ideasec.nbc.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fpeters@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487268)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 63--Alarm and Signal, and Security Detection Systems--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: United States Property And Fiscal Office for Tennessee,
  P.O. Box 40748, Powell Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37204-0748
SUBJECT: 63--CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION AND SECURITY GATES
SOL n/a
DUE 082800
POC Gloria Rinal, 615-313-2655 or CPT Sammy Beard, 615-313-2650
DESC:   This is a Sources Sought Synopsis for the United States
  Property Fiscal Office for Tennessee (USPFO for TN) who has
  a requirement for a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and Security
  Gates for the Army Aviation Support Facility #2 in Louisville,
  (Alcoa) TN to provide additional security for aircraft staged
  at this facility. The following statement of work exercises
  the minimum surveillance capabilities required of the government:
  Must stand alone with fully distributed databases. The control
  panels must not require dependency on a central computer system
  but must be expandable and support a minimum of 4 card readers.
  The memory must hold at least 200 card numbers and possess
  expandability. Software must be windows friendly. Must possess
  silent minimum 3 phase motor technology and current technology
  of fourth generation DSP high-resolution auto-focus camera
  with integral 16x and 8x digital zone as a minimum. Require
  three 300 mm cameras (8 mm lens); one of which is to be a pan
  tilt zoom (PTZ). Dome (fixed) cameras must be high resolution
  auto-focus of an equal quality to the Pelco Spectra II. Include
  image device: 1/3 type interline transfer CCD, effective picture
  elements: 768 (horizontal x 494 (vertical). Lens mount: pal
  color system, Synchronization System: Internal/VS lock; Minimum
  illumination: 0.81x,f1.2. Video output: 1Vp-p, 75 ohm, negative
  sync. Video S/N: 50dB. White balance: ATW/ATW PRO (switchable)
  Automatic gain control switchable. Power requirements are DC
  12V + 10%. Power consumption is 3.0W (DC 12V for power source).
  Camera mounts: 25ft height minimum, sturdy commercial grade.
  Console system must operate dome systems, multiplexer must
  be equal or greater than the capability of an ATV-DPX-9. Time
  Lapse Recorder must be equal to or greater than the capability
  of a SVT-S3100. Must have a minimum haven 64 user-defined macro
  functions, on-line help aids for operation and programming
  and an external PTZ joystick. Screens should be 28" with 525
  lines resolution color. Monitoring station to be established
  at the operation center room. All access boxes to be placed
  within reach for maintenance purposes. Two Security Gates:
  one Pedestrian with keypad and one Vehicle Access Gate with
  keypads equipped with ground loop for exit. Override option.
  Voice intercoms are required at both. Ground-wire leads to
  the end of AASF#2 property line established for future tie-in
  of CCTV to McGhee Tyson AFB Security Base Operation. All equipment
  within this statement of work must be expandable and compatible
  in capabilities for future upgrade modifications. Contractors
  should consider electrical installation required to support
  all CCTV and electronic access devices reflected above. There
  is a Site Visit tentatively scheduled for Thursday Sep 7, 2000,
  at 10am at the Army Aviation Support Facility #2, 2111 Army
  Drive, Louisville, (Alcoa) TN. Contractor will be expected
  to give complete detailed description of their plan to perform
  this requirement and estimated time of completion to be included
  with their bid. Contractor Notice: All contractors must be
  registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database
  to be eligible for award. For information on free registration,
  contact the DOD Electronic Commerce information at 1-800-334-3414,
  open daily 8:00am to 8:00pm EST or via the World Wide Web at
  http://www.ccr2000.com/. Please send your proposed interest
  in this Sources Sought Synopsis for the Closed Circuit Television
  and Security Gates to Gloria Rinal by fax at 615-313-0529 by
  Monday Aug 28, 2000. Direct questions regarding this announcement
  to the above at 615-313-2655. This project is open to large
  as well as small business firms (unrestricted).
CITE: (W-230 SN487328)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies
OFFADD: Supply Officer, Attn: NAVMEDCTR, Contracting Branch,
  54 Lewis Minors Street, Portsmouth, VA 23708-2297
SUBJECT: 65--LABORATORY REAGENTS
SOL N00183-00-T-0080
DUE 082800
POC Mary Kay Manning, Contract Specialist 757-953-3133, Fax 757-953-5743.
  Contracting Officer: Lisa Price 757-953-5737, fax 757-953-5738.
DESC: Laboratory controls, reagents, and antibody test dispensers
  for use with the Ventana ES staining system. See numbered notes
  1 and 22. No telephone requests for the solicitation package
  will be accepted. Electronic and fax requests only.
EMAILADD: mkmanning@mar.med.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487108)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 65--Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Puget Sound Health
  Care System (663/90C), 1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle, WA 98108
SUBJECT: 65--INFUSION PUMPS
SOL 663-08-01
DUE 092201
POC Susan Cowin, Contracting Officer, (206)764-2508
DESC: The VA Puget Sound Health Care System, 1660 So. Columbian
  Way, Seattle, Washington, is beginning the process of purchasing/leasing
  new Infusion Pumps. As the first step of this process we invite
  all interested vendors to submit product literature on their
  pumps and a statement of compatibility with the VA Standardized
  products identified under BPA#VANAC90NP1-00-005 with Alaris
  Medical Systems. Please contact us if you need a copy of this
  BPA. Product literature must reach this office no later than
  September 22, 2000. This proposed purchase will not be accomplished
  under the existing Federal Supply Schedule which expires September
  30, 2000. The Standard Industrial Classification is 3841. 
EMAILADD: susan.cowin@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-229 SN487010)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment
  Station, 1992 Folwell Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108
SUBJECT: 66--CARBON DIOXIDE AND WATER VAPOR EDDY COVARIANCE MONITORING
  SYSTEM
SOL NC-00-14
DUE 090600
POC Carol Hulstrom, Contract Specialist, 651-649-5201
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.
  Quotations are being requested and a written solicitation document
  will not be issued. This solicitation, #NC-00-14 is a Request
  for Quotation (RFQ) and simplified method of acquisition will
  be used for this procurement. The solicitation document and
  incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-18. The associated Standards
  Industrial Classification Code (SIC) for this procurement is
  3829, and the small business size is 500 Employees. The North
  Central Research Station has a requirement for a Campbell Scientific,
  Inc. brand name or equal carbon dioxide and water vapor eddy
  covariance monitoring system. The system shall have the following
  Campbell Scientific, Inc. components or equivalent components:
  (1) Measurement and Control System (CR5000 datalogger) suitable
  for controlling eddy flux monitoring equipment and computing
  atmospheric turbulent fluxes simultaneously. System must have
  the following features: 20 differential/40 single-ended analog
  input channels, 16 bit resolution, measurement rates up to
  5000 channels/second, four switched current excitation channels,
  two continuous analog outputs, two 16-bit pulse counters, dedicated
  SDM communications port, eight digital input/output terminals,
  channel expansion with AM25T multiplexer, keyboard and alphanumeric/graphical
  display, PCMCIA slot for additional data storage and data portability,
  nine-pin CS I/O port, nine-pin optically isolated RS-232 port
  (communication rate up to 115,200 bps), battery backed/temperature
  compensated/real-time clock, operating range of &#8211;25C
  to 50C. (2) CR5000 datalogger base without battery. (3) Weather-proof
  enclosure with dimensions 12&#8221; x 14&#8221;. (4) CSAT3
  three-dimensional sonic anemometer. Sonic anemometer must have
  the following features: programmable instantaneous measurement
  rates from 1 to 60 Hz, instantaneous horizontal wind component
  measurement resolution of 1 mm/s rms, instantaneous vertical
  wind component measurement resolution of 0.5 mm/s rms, -30C
  to 50C operating range, measured horizontal wind speeds up
  to 30 m/s, measured vertical wind speeds up to 8 m/s, horizontal
  wind speed offset error < 4.0 cm/s, vertical wind speed offset
  error < 2.0 cm/s, digital SDM 33.3 k baud serial interface
  for datalogger/sensor communication, digital RS-232 baud rate
  of 9600/19200, 4 analog outputs, voltage range of 5 V, 10 to
  16 volt DC power supply, current of 200 mA @60 Hz measurement
  rate or 100 mA @ 20 Hz measurement rate, sealed sonic transducers
  and electronics, stainless steel tubing anemometer head, cast
  aluminum electronics box. (5) Two tower aspirated shield mounts.
  (6) Instrument boom HRD Crossover x 1 in. NURAIL #30-A. (7)
  LICOR Model LI7500 Open Path CO2/H2O Analyzer. Analyzer must
  have the following features: software selectable 5, 10, or
  20 Hz bandwidth, operating temperature range of &#8211;25C
  to 50C, RS-232 and SDM outputs (for Campbell Scientific dataloggers),
  power requirement of 10.5 to 16 volts DC, power consumption
  of 30 W during warm-up and 10 W in steady state, 3 meter IRGA
  cable between sensor head and electronics control box, programmable
  time delay for correlating data with other sensors, weatherproof
  electronic enclosure and sensor head. (8) UT018 Wind Sentry
  Bracket. (9) Instrument boom HRD Crossover x in. NURAIL #10.
  (10) Four Type E Fine Wire Thermocouples (0.0005&#8221; diameter).
  (11) Fine Wire Thermocouple Carrying Case capable of carrying
  4 thermocouples. (12) Connector cable for fine wire thermocouples.
  (13) 35 feet of thermocouple wire (E 24 AWG TWSH OMEGA FF-E-24-TWSH).
  (14) Three-dimensional sonic anemometer thermocouple cover.
  (15) Vaisala Temperature/Relative Humidity Probe (HMP45C-L9).
  Temperature/relative humidity probe must have the following
  features: relative humidity measurement range of 0.8 to 100%
  non-condensing, relative humidity output signal range of 0.008
  to 1 volt DC, field calibrated relative humidity accuracy of
  2% (0-90% RH), field calibrated relative humidity accuracy
  of 3% (90-100% RH), current consumption &#8804;4 mA, temperature
  measurement range of &#8211;40C to 60C, temperature output
  signal range of 0.008 to 1 volt. (16) Six feet of Wire CA 24AWG
  3TWST PR Santoprene Jacket. (17) Two ASY PCS Battery Terminal
  BUS. (18) 20-Watt Regulated Solar Panel with mounts. (19) 85
  Megabyte Flash Memory Card. (20) Datalogger example software
  for controlling sensors and computing turbulent fluxes. Eddy
  flux monitoring system must be capable of operating in a forested
  environment in northern Wisconsin under highly variable atmospheric
  conditions. Purchase price must include vendor technical support
  via phone calls as needed. Delivery: 45 days After Receipt
  of Order (ARO). FOB Point: Destination, USDA-Forest Service,
  Forestry Sciences Laboratory, 5985 Highway K, Rhinelander,
  Wisconsin 54501. **Evaluation criteria are as follows: (a)
  Technical capability to meet or exceed the Government's specifications
  (offerors shall submit a quotation addressing all required
  specifications, and shall provide descriptive literature and
  (b) Price. Technical capability is significantly more important
  than price. The following Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
  provisions and clauses shall apply: Provision 52.252-1, Solicitation
  Provisions Incorporated by reference, this solicitation incorporates
  one or more solicitation provisions by references with the
  same force and effect as if they were given in full text. The
  full text of a provision may be accessed electronically at
  http://www.arnet.gov/far. Provision 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors-Commercial Items, with addenda 52.214-21, Descriptive
  Literature; and 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items. Clause 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated by Reference,
  this contact incorporates one or more clauses by reference,
  with the same force and effect as if they were given in full
  text. The full text of clauses may be accessed electronically
  at http://arnet.gov/far. Clauses 52.212-4, Contract Terms and
  Conditions-Commercial Items, and 52.212-5, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Order-Commercial
  Items, including 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities;
  52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Disable Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era Veterans;
  52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities;
  52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of Vietnam Era; (ii) 52.225-1, Buy American Act Balance of
  Payment Program supplies; and 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer Other than Central Contractor Registration.
  The Government intends to award a purchase order resulting
  from this combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsible
  offeror whose quotation, conforming to this synopsis/solicitation,
  will offer the best value to the Government, price and other
  factors considered. Failure to address a specification/requirement
  will be construed by the Government as inability to meet the
  need, or the offeror's taking exception to it. All interested
  responsible firms should submit quotes and descriptive literature,
  by 3:00 PM, CST time, on 09/06/00 to the USDA-FOREST SERVICE,
  North Central Research Station, 1992 Folwell Avenue, St. Paul,
  Minnesota 55108. ATTN: Carol Hulstrom. Faxed quotes will NOT
  be accepted.   
CITE: (W-229 SN486788)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, ARS, North Atlantic Area, Contracting Office, 600
  East Mermaid Lane, Wyndmoor, PA 19038
SUBJECT: 66--UNIVERSAL PILOT PLANT
SOL N/A
POC Lisa M. Botella, Point of Contact, (215) 233-6551, fax (215)
  233-6558, Eileen LeGates, Contracting Officer
DESC: The USDA, Agricultural Research Service (ARS), intends
  to negotiate solely with Waukesha Cherry Burrell in Philadelphia,
  PA to furnish and deliver (F.O.B. Destination, within Consignee's
  Premises) to the USDA, ARS, Eastern Regional Research Center,
  in Wyndmoor, (Philadelphia), PA, for a new Universal Pilot
  Plant. This procurement also requires installation and start-up,
  training, two sets of manuals, and a standard commercial warranty.
  Used equipment is not acceptable. This equipment will be used
  to simulate full scale production and perform tests on most
  liquid dairy products such as yogurts, sour cream as well as
  liquid milk for the production of various cheeses. The research
  to be performed must be reproducible and compatible with the
  work conducted at other dairy centers (university and commercial)
  using the Waukesha Cherry Burrell Universal Pilot Plant. Any
  small difference in equipment can change the functional properties
  of the processed products. It is essential that the equipment
  be dimensionally and functionally identical to that used in
  the above referenced centers. The Universal Pilot Plant is
  fully pre-assembled and includes: (1) two vat processing tanks,
  each with temperature recording/controlling instruments and
  equipped with cooling and heating zones with both slow speed
  and high shear agitation; (2) stainless steel, sanitary centrifugal
  mix transfer pump and Clean-in-Place capability (CIP); (3)
  stainless steel, two stage homogenizer capable of operating
  at approximately GPM at 5000 psi; (4) plant and frame heat
  exchanger (two sections) capable of operating as a cooler for
  vat pasteurization products and, using both sections and a
  divert valve, heating and chilling products pasteurized via
  High Temperature Short Time (HTST); (5) temperature recording/controlling
  instruments for the HTST system; (6) Stainless steel covered
  shell and tube heat exchange system for producing adequate
  hot water for the heating section of the HTST including adequate
  circulating pumps, regulating valves and temperature controllers;
  (7) temperature indicating controller for control of product
  temperature at discharge. This equipment must be compatible
  with similar equipment used in other dairy centers located
  in the commercial industry and in Universities.  SIC Code
  is 5084, NAICS is 42183 with a small business size standard
  of 100 employees. Companies with the demonstrated capability
  and financial capacity to provide and service such equipment
  must submit a written substantive statement outlining the Company's
  and systems' capabilities to the Contracting Officer within
  15 days of publication of this notice. This is not a request
  for proposal. No solicitation is available. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486955)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management
  Division (MD-33), Attention: OARSC, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27711
SUBJECT: 66--CHEMICAL SPECIATION SEQUENTIAL SAMPLER
SOL PM0039
DUE 082500
POC James F. Kempf, Contract Specialist, (919) 541-4278/Janice
  White, Contracting Officer, (919) 541-3166
DESC: 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 SOLICITATION;
  QUOTES ARE BEING REQUESTED AND A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE ISSUED. The solicitation number is PM0039 and the solicitation
  is being issued as a Request for Proposal solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-15. The Environmental
  Protection Agency anticipates that the contract will be awarded
  to Met One Instruments as a result of this solicitation. A
  firm-fixed-price purchase order is anticipated to result from
  the award of this solicitation. This procurement is NOT a total
  small business set aside and the SIC No. is 3829 with a size
  standard of 500 Employees. This procurement is not a follow-on
  to a prior contract. This acquisition is for the delivery,
  FOB Destination, of three Sequential PM2.5 Speciation, 4-channel
  Samplers. The delivery locations are two samplers to Tampa,
  FL 33605, and one to Las Vegas, NV 89119.  The EPA, Office
  of Air Quality Planning and Standards is currently assisting
  states in implementing the National PM2.5 Chemical Speciation
  network. State and local agencies are expected to have around
  300 Speciation samplers in the fully-implemented network. A
  number of state and local agencies are interested in the purchase
  and use of a recently developed sequential Speciation sampler
  available from Met One Instruments. This sampler is not available
  under the National PM Sampler Contract. States are interested
  in using samplers of this type in the National Speciation trends
  network in order to reduce the burden on field operators by
  providing automated sequential versus manual sampling. Since
  data consistency and quality are a necessity for the National
  network, we have a need to evaluate the acceptability of this
  sampler's use for the Speciation trends program. Three MetOne
  sequential sampling devices must be acquired. The number of
  samplers is necessary to support a determination of precision
  (collocated pair) and to evaluate the sampler under various
  climatological and environmental conditions.  The requirement
  is to provide 4 line items: 1) Three (3) ea. Sequential PM2.5
  Specialtion Samplers - 4 channel, PN SSASS, 2) Three (3) ea.
  Additional 4 sampling channels for each of above SSASS, PN
  SSASS-1, 3) Three (3) O-Ring Sets for Canister, PN 8657, and
  4) Three (3) O-Ring Sets for Cyclone, PN 8658. The foregoing
  electrical equipment must be listed and labeled by a third
  party listing agency approved by the North Carolina Building
  Code Council. (List of agencies available upon request). The
  following FAR provisions (which can be downloaded at the following
  site: http://www.epa.gov/oamrtpnc/spclaus/index.htm)apply to
  this solicitation: 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items; All Offerors shall include with their offers a completed
  copy of provision 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certification-Commercial
  Items. The following FAR clause applies to this acquisition:
  52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items. The
  following additional FAR clauses which are cited in clauses
  52.212-5 are applicable to the acquisition: 52.203-6, Restrictions
  on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with Alternate I:
  52.203-10, Price or Fee Adjustment for Illegal or Improper
  Activity; 52.219-14, Limitation on Subcontracting; 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Special
  Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans; 52.222.36, Affirmative Action
  for Handicapped Workers; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special
  Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Viet Nam Era. Price and
  Technical information should be submitted to James F. Kempf,
  Contract Specialist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
   MD-33, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711. Courier Delivery
  Address is: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Receptionist-Administration
  Bldg. Lobby, Attn: James F. Kempf, 79 T.W. Alexander Drive,
  Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. All offers are due by August
  25, 2000, 4:00PM EDT. No telephonic requests will be honored.

LINKURL: http://www.epa.gov/oam/rtp_cmd
LINKDESC: 
  this solicitation
EMAILADD: kempf.james@epa.gov 
EMAILDESC: 
  E-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486967)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Acquisition Center,
  Bldg 4488, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 66--NOUN: LENS, OPTICAL INSTRU, NSN: 6650-01-186-0975,
  P/N: 13079255, QTY: 316 EACH
SOL DAAH23-00-Q-1818
DUE 092100
POC Roberta B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, AMSAM-AC-LS-A, (256)
  955-9220
DESC: PRON: AX0C9120AX, Noun: Lens, Optical Instru, NSN: 6650-01-186-0975,
  P/N: 13079255, Quantity: 316 each. With First Article delivery
  is 158 each 150 days after contract award and 158 each month
  thereafter until shipped complete. First Test Report is 108
  DACA. Without First Article delivery is 158 each 120 days after
  contract award and 158 each month thereafter until shipped
  complete. Applicable to the TADS/PNVS. FOB Origin to Orlando,
  FL. All offerors must meet prequalification requirements in
  order to be eligible for award. Justification for other than
  full and open competition is FAR 6.302-1. This proposed contract
  action is for supplies for which the Government does not have
  specifications and drawings to permit full and open competition.
  This is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside. Approved small business
  sources are Laser Optics Inc., Bethel, CT, Litton Systems Inc.,
  Apopka, FL and Inrad inc., Northvale, NJ. "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 time required for approval of a new supplier
  is such that award and delivery cannot be delayed pending approval
  of a new source. Firms are encouraged to seek source approval
  in order to compete for future solicitations by accessing the
  website {HYPERLINK http://www.redstone.army.mil/cmo/} and look
  under CSL or SAR information. All responsible sources may submit
  a proposal which shall be considered by the agency. This requirement
  is currently unfunded. No telephone requests will be accepted.
  You may fax your request ATTN: AMSAM-AC-LS-A, Roberta B. Bodine,
  Contracting Officer on FAX number (256) 955-9220. See Numbered
  Notes 22, 23 and 26. 
CITE: (W-229 SN486982)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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 N0038300RP660
DUE 092600
POC Contact Point, Lee M Wagman, 0222.05, (215)697-0316, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-6625-01-411-7063-A9, Ref Nr 83623B-H10, Qty 3 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". , there are no
  drawings available. See note 26., See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487036)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1164,
  300 Highway 361, Crane, In 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 66--IC EVALUATION TESTER
SOL N00164-00-Q-0301
DUE 082800
POC Mr. Bob Russell, Code 1164E5, telephone 812-854-1450, fax
  812-854-3465, e-mail russell_b@crane.navy.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR 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. Solicitation Number N00164-00-Q-0301 is hereby issued
  as a request for quotation (RFQ). The proposed contract is
  100% set-aside for small business concerns. Incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-18 and DCN 20000627. The Standard Industrial Classification
  Code for this procurement is 3823 and the size standard is
  500 employees. This requirement is for the following: CLIN
  0001 1 Each HPE 1445A Generator; CLIN 0002 - 1 Each HP E1468A
  Crosspoint Switch; CLIN 0003 1 Each HP E1428A Oscilloscope;
  CLIN 0004 - 1 Each GPIB Module HP-E1406A; CLIN 0005 - 2 Each
  HP E1366A RF SWITCH (50 Ohm); CLIN 0006 - 2 Each HP E1339 Relay
  Driver (72 channel); CLIN 0007 - 1 Each HP E1401A Frame; CLIN
  0008 - 8 Each HP E1253-61601 Cable (50 Ohm); CLIN 0009 -1 Each
  HP E1222-66574 Sequencer Board. Used equipment is acceptable,
  but it must be guaranteed functional, meeting OEM specs, and
  pass an incoming functional test by an HP Service Representative.
  Delivery is required F.o.B. Crane, IN within 6 weeks after
  award. Final inspection will be at NSWC Crane, IN. Selection
  for award will be based on price, past performance, and warranty.
  Factors are in descending order of importance. Quotes that
  are non-compliant with any material requirement of this solicitation
  may be rejected without further consideration for award. This
  will be a firm fixed price contract and will be awarded utilizing
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures. The contractor shall extend
  to the Government the full coverage of commercial sale warranty
  provided such warranty is available at no additional cost to
  the Government. Clauses/provisions: 52.211-14(DO); 52.211-15;
  52.212-1; 52.212-3 Alt l [FILL-IN]; 52.212-4; 52-212-5; (incorporating
  52.222-21; 52.222-26; 52.222-35; 52.222-36; 52.222-37; 52.232-33)
  52.219-6; 252.204-7003; 252.204-7004; 252.212-7001). The offeror
  shall provide its Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code,
  Contractor Establishment Code and Tax Identification Number.
  To be eligible for award you must be properly registered in
  the Government's Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Offerors
  may obtain information on CCR registration and annual confirmation
  requirements by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the internet
  @ http://ccr.dlsc.dla.mil or http://www.ccr2000.com. If a change
  occurs in this requirement, only those offerors that respond
  to this announcement within the required time frame will be
  provided any changes/amendments and considered for future discussions
  and/or award. All responsible sources may submit an offer,
  which will be considered by the agency. Quotations may be faxed
  or e-mailed to Bob Russell, FAX 812-854-3465, e-mail address
  russell_r@crane.navy.mil. All required information must be
  received on or before 3PM, Eastern Standard Time 8/28/2000.

LINKURL: www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.,htm
LINKDESC: 
  address
CITE: (W-230 SN487074)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--LIQUID HELIUM CRYOSTAT FOR NEUTRON SCATTERING
SOL 53SBNB060132
DUE 083000
POC TAMARA GRINSPON, Contract Specialist, (301) 975-4390; Paul
  G. Cataldo, Contracting Officer, (301) 975-6332
DESC: THIS IS A COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION FOR COMMERCIAL
  ITEMS PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FORMAT IN FAR SUBPART
  12.6-STREAMLINED PROCEDURES FOR EVALUATION AND SOLICITATION
  FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS-AS SUPPLEMENTED WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  INCLUDED IN THIS NOTICE. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE
  ONLY SOLICITATION; QUOTATIONS ARE BEING REQUESTED, AND A WRITTEN
  SOLICITATION DOCUMENT WILL NOT BE ISSUED.*****This solicitation,
  #53SBNB060132, is a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-18.*****The
  associated Standards Industrial Classification Code (SIC) for
  this procurement is 3559, and the small business size is 500
  Employees. This acquisition is unrestricted.*****The National
  Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has a requirement
  for one (1) TOP LOADING, LIQUID HELIUM CRYOSTAT, A.S. Scientific
  brand (MAXI ORANGE 100mm access) or equal, to be used by the
  NIST Center for Neutron Research for neutron scattering experiments.
  The cryostat shall conform to the specific construction and
  material choices inherent in such application.*****Salient
  characteristics of the A.S. Scientific MAXI ORANGE 100mm Access
  Cryostat include: ***(1) Helium consumption independent of
  sample well temperature; ***(2) 360 degree uninterrupted neutron
  beam access; ***(3) 2 - 300 K operating temperature range;
  ***(4) 100mm top-loading sample well diameter; ***(5) physical
  separation between sample well and cooling circuit; ***(6)
  regulated cooling power via a metered cold valve; and ***(7)
  long hold time for liquid helium and nitrogen*****In addition,
  the cryostat shall have a customized tail section and sample
  probe for compatibility and use with the existing NIST Time-Of-Flight
  (TOF) spectrometer as set forth below:**(1) Neutron beam access
  at least 100mm in height;**(2) Compatibility of custom vacuum
  can with the NIST TOF Spectrometer: *(a) The bottom flange
  and cryostat tail shall fit inside a stepped cylindrical opening
  with the bottom being smaller. The lower part of the cryostat
  shall be less than 14.5" in diameter for at least 13" in height.
  Above that, the diameter of the cryostat shall be less than
  26" in diameter with no further height restriction; *(b) The
  mounting flange shall consist of two bolt squares offset by
  45 degrees and have a detachable centering pin. The first bolt
  square shall consist of 4 clearance holes (0.339 inch) on an
  8.625 inch square (12.20 inch diameter). The second bolt square
  shall consist of 4 clearance holes (9/32 inch) on a 230 mm
  square (325.3 mm diameter). The centering pin mounted on the
  bottom flange shall be 0.990 +/- 0.003 inches in diameter,
  3/8 inch in height, and fixed by a central screw;**(3) Shall
  contain internal neutron shielding as described in section
  4(d) below;**(4) Top Loading Sample Well: *(a)100mm diameter
  (except for tail section specified below); *(b) Beam center
  height is 6 inches above bottom flange lower surface; *(c)
  Tail is cylindrical with a minimum diameter of 150mm in the
  neutron beam area; *(d) Tail contains internal shielding (gadolinium
  or cadmium acting as a neutron absorber) covering an angular
  range of 120 degrees, and full bottom shielding. The location
  of this shielding shall be marked on the exterior of the cryostat;**(5)
  Temperature control of the sample well shall be regulated by
  a silicon diode temperature sensor and a resistive heater internally
  mounted in the cryostat. These shall be connected according
  to the pin-out and specified connector in specification 7(b)
  below. *(a) Heater resistance of 25 to 50 Ohm and power rating
  of at least 100 watts; *(b) Silicon diode accuracy: +/- 0.25
  K in the range 2K to 100 K and +/- 0.5 K in the range 100 K
  to 300 K; *(c) Silicon diode sensor shall be compatible with
  Lakeshore temperature controllers, such as models 340, 330,
  331, and DRC-93C.;**(6) Sample Probe: *(a) Shall include silicon
  diode temperature sensor (same type as above) with external
  connection as in specification 7(c) below; *(b) Shall terminate
  with a threaded mounting stud (5/16-18 UNC, 0.25 inches long)
  protruding from a rod of at least 20mm diameter; (c) End of
  probe shall be 45mm above beam center height, adjustable +/-60mm;**(7)
  External Wiring Specification: *(a) Connector Type: Detoronics
  model DTIH-14-19PN-contact information: Detoronics Corporation
  USA 818.579.7130; *(b) Cryostat pin assignments:K/Sensor I+;
  L/Sensor I-; N/Sensor V+; P/Sensor V-; M/Heater+; A/Heater-;
  B/Valve heater+; C/Valve heater-; *(c) Sample probe pin assignments:
  K/Sensor I+; L/Sensor I-; N/Sensor V+; P/Sensor V-.***** Delivery
  is required within one hundred twenty (120) days after receipt
  of purchase order (ARO); Delivery location is the National
  Institute of Standards and Technology, Building 301, Shipping
  and Receiving, 100 Bureau Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-0001.
  The FOB point shall be DESTINATION, Gaithersburg, MD.*****Quotations
  will be evaluated in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) Subpart 13.106-2-Evaluation of quotations or offers.
  Award will be made based on vendors' (A) Technical Capability
  to Meet Specifications (vendors shall address all specifications,
  and shall provide indication of understanding and ability to
  meet requirements); (B) Past Performance/Experience (vendors
  shall provide three references to whom comparable units - preferably
  for similar applications - have been sold over the past five
  years, including organization name, point of contact, phone
  number, and fax number for each); and (C) Price. (A) and (B),
  when combined, are more important than (C).*****The Government
  anticipates awarding one purchase order resulting from this
  combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsible vendor whose
  quotation, conforming to this synopsis/solicitation, will offer
  the BEST VALUE to the Government, price and other factors considered.*****Vendors
  shall address all requirements in this combined synopsis/solicitation,
  and shall provide clear evidence of understanding and the ability
  and willingness to comply with the Government's specifications
  of need. Failure to address a specification/requirement will
  be construed by the Government as inability to meet the need,
  or the vendor's taking exception to it.*****All vendors are
  to include with their quotes, a completed copy of provision
  52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items, which may be downloaded from www.arnet.gov .*****The
  following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) provision applies
  to this solicitation: 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial;
  ***** The clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition.*****The clause at 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition,
  including subparagraphs (11) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities; (12) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; (13) 52.222-35,
  Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the
  Vietnam Era; (14) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers
  with Disabilities; (15) 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era; (17)(ii) Alternate
  I of 52.225-3, Buy American Act-North American Free Trade Agreement-Israeli
  Trade Act-Balance of Payments Program; (19) 52.225-13, Restriction
  on Certain Foreign Purchases; (20) 52.225-15, Sanctioned European
  Union Country End Products; (22) 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration; and Department
  of Commerce Agency-Level Protest Procedures Level Above the
  Contracting Officer, which can be downloaded at http://oamweb.osec.doc.gov/conops/reflib/alp1296.htm
  All interested, responsible, business firms should submit quotes
  (Original Plus One Copy Of Quote and Enclosures), by 3:00 PM,
  Washington DC time, on August 30, 2000, to the National Institute
  of Standards and Technology, Acquisition and Assistance Division,
  ATTN: TAMARA GRINSPON (060132), Building 301, Room B117, 100
  Bureau Drive STOP 3572, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899-3572.
  Faxed quotes will NOT be accepted. Copies of above-referenced
  clauses are available upon request, either by telephone or
  fax. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487087)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, Office of Procurement
  Management, 6011 Executive Blvd., Rockville, Maryland 20892-7260
SUBJECT: 66--DUAL CHAMBER HOT CELLS
SOL N/A
POC Catherine Hiltner, Contracting Officer, (301) 402-3063 
DESC: The National Institutes of Health, National Institute of
  Mental Health intends to negotiate with Von Gahlen International,
  Inc., 505 South Second Street, Chatsworth, GA 30705, to furnish
  and install a quantity of three (3) dual-chamber hot-cell systems
  meeting the following specifications: (1) Shall include two
  laminar flow inserts; (2) overall dimensions of each dual unit
  hot-cell shall be 45.5 inches deep by 112 inches wide by 97
  inches high including work stand. All external surfaces of
  each hot-cell and stand shall be epoxy coated. (3) Inside dimensions
  of each separate hot-cell shall be 36 inches deep by 49 inches
  wide by 46.5 inches high; (4) Shall be shielded with three
  inches of lead in each direction including sidewalls, floor,
  and roof; (5) Each separate hot-cell shall be equipped with
  motor driven doors in the front and rear walls. Each rear door
  shall be solid. Each front door shall contain a glass window.
  Each window shall be 14.75 inch wide by 11.75 inch high by
  6 inch thick, clear 5.2 density lead glass. All fron doors
  shall include two each 8.25 inch glove ports located at least
  14 inches apart and located below the window. (6) All doors
  shall include a safety interlock; (7) All door openings shall
  be 37.5 inches wide by 28 inches high; (8) In addition to the
  windows in the front doors, tow of the dual units shall include
  windows on both ends. The third dual unit shall include only
  one window on the right end. All windows shall be 13.75 inches
  wide by 11.75 inches high by 6 inches thick made of 5.2 density
  lead glass. Each window shall be mounted lengthwise and centered
  on each end panel. Each end having a window shall be equipped
  with a 3 inch diameter stepped plug for access lines located
  in the center below windows. (9) Each separate hot-cell shall
  be lined with 16 gage stainless steel. The dual unit having
  one end window shall have both liners air tight and be GMP
  certified. (10) Each separate hot-cell shall be equipped with
  internal lighting fixtures, mounted on ceiling center. (11)
  Each separate hot-cell shall be equipped with a 6 inch diameter
  exhaust pipe located in the center back of the ceiling. (12)
  Each separate hot-cell shall include 16 individually switched
  electrical outlets located on sides and back of work area,
  a minimum of two inches above floor. (13) Each separate hot-cell
  shall include a low voltage control panel to operate lights.
  The provided equipment and services are proprietary and commercial
  as defined in FAR Part 2. Von Gahlen International, Inc. is
  the only known source capable of providing the required equipment.
  This action is under authority of 41.U.S.C. 253(c)(1), as set
  forth in FAR 6.302-1 and HHSAR 306.302-1. Only one responsible
  source and no other suplplies or services will satisfy agency
  requirements. Interested parties 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 in the contracting office identified
  herein within 15 days after 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-230 SN487091)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--SENSING UNIT
SOL SP0440-00-R-3410
DUE 092900
POC Karen Claiborne/8042794780
DESC: PR #: YPG00140000729, NSN: 6665-00-024-0982, RFP #: SP0440-00-R-3410,
  Nomenclature: Sensing Unit. Contracting Officer: Glenice L.
  Daniel-Chambers/804-279-3158. ISSUE DATE: 29 Aug 00 CLOSING
  DATE: 29 Sep 00. Subject item is non-commercial. Subject item
  is sole source to Electrocatalytic Inc., CAGE: 89357, P/N:
  X1918CREVE. Subject RFP is a Definite Quantity Contract w/100%
  option provisions. The requested delivery schedule in the RFP
  is: 274 DARO. The FOB and I/A is: Origin. The total RFP basic
  PR quantity is 50 each. The final contract award decision may
  be based upon a combination of price, past performance and
  other evaluation factors as described in the solicitation.
  A copy of the solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement
  Gateway at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you wish to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format (PDF). 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. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters.
CITE: (W-230 SN487095)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: DHHS/PHS/FDA/Office of Facilities, Acquisitions, And
  Central Services, Division Of Contracts and Program Management,
  HFA-511(ITCB), 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857
SUBJECT: 66--KJELTEC 2400/2460 DISTILLATION SYSTEM
SOL 227358
DUE 083100
POC Ida Cofield, Contract Specialist, 301/827-7156, FAX 301/827-7039
DESC: The Food and Drug Administration intends to issue a purchase
  order on a sole source basis to Foss North America for the
  following equipment: (1) 2400-103 Kjeltec 2400/2460 Distillation
  System, 230V, installation/accessories, (1) DS-20 Block 230V
  50/60 Hz #2020-001,(1) Exhaust System for DS-20 #2020-020 and
  (1) Set 20 250 ML Tubes #10000158. The purchase order is being
  issued on a sole source basis because the equipment is proprietary
  to the contractor.
CITE: (W-230 SN487180)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Dahlgren Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, 17320
  Dahlgren Road, Dahlgren, VA 22448-5100
SUBJECT: 66--TEST DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM
SOL N00178-00-Q-1047
DUE 082400
POC SD11 Branch at (540)653-7478
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation procurement in
  accordance with FAR 13. 105. This announcement constitutes
  the only solicitation; PROPOSALS ARE BEING REQUESTED AND A
  WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE ISSUED. The Request for Proposal
  Number is N00178-00-Q-1047. The Naval Surface Warfare Center,
  Dahlgren, Division intends to procure on a sole source basis
  the following test development system manufactured by ASSET
  INTERTECH INC., 2201 N. Central Expressway, Suite 105, Richardson,
  TX 7508. This system consists of: (1) Diagnostic System with
  PCI-100 Hardware Kit; (2) ScanConnect Software; (3) FlashProgrammer
  Software; (4) One year maintenance for each Item 0001 - 0003.
  The ASSET Test Development Station is the only hardware that
  meets the exact specifications that our application requires
  which will be utilized to built up into a JTAG Circuit Board
  Level Test Station, and must match existing ASSET Test Development
  Station Hardware utilized in the Extended Range Guided Munitions
  (ERGM) Program. Substitute Test Development Station Hardware
  from other manufacturers with specifications that do not match
  exactly cannot be utilized to support the ERGM Program. ALL
  ITEMS MUST BE YEAR 2000 COMPLIANT. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE
  PROOF THAT THEIR ITEMS ARE Y2K COMPLIANT. Award is to be made
  under the Simplified Acquisition Procedures. All responsible
  sources shall provide their proposal via mail or fax. All proposals
  will be considered. All contractors must provide in writing
  certifying that they are a valid authorized distributor of
  Asset Intertech Inc. All responsible sources will submit their
  CAGE CODE NUMBER, DUNS NO, TAX IDENTIFICATION NO AND CERTIFICATION
  THAT THEIR COMPANY IS LISTED IN THE CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION
  WEBSITE. Please furnish quotes to fax 540-653-7088, Attn: Code
  SD111 by 24 August 2000, 2:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time. This
  procurement shall be awarded on an all or none basis. All items
  shall be shipped FOB Destination to the Naval Surface Warfare
  Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va 22448. Estimated award
  date is 1 September 2000. Required Delivery Date is 8 September
  2000. Vendors should regularly access the NSWCDD Web Site (http://www.nswc.navy.mil/supply)
  to ensure they have downloaded all amendments. DoD will no
  longer award contracts to Contractors not registered in the
  Central Contractor Registration (CCR) data base. Registration
  may be done by assessing the CCR Web site at http://www.ccr2000.com.
  A paper registration form may be obtained from the DoD Electronic
  Commerce Information Center at 1(800)334-3414.  
LINKURL: http://www.nswc.navy.mil/supply
LINKDESC: 
  Site
EMAILADD: sd11@nswc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487205)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: USDA-ARS-National Animal Disease Center, 2300 Dayton
  Avenue, P.O. Box 70, Ames, IA 50010
SUBJECT: 66--00--SMARTCYCLER
SOL 00-87
DUE 083100
POC Mary Welch 515-663-7415 FAX 515-663-7482
DESC: The National Swine Research Center has a requirement TO
  purchase a Smartcycler and Smartcycler reaction tubes. This
  is a combined synopsis'solicitation for a commercial item,
  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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This solicitation is being issued as a Request
  for Quotation (RFQ) 87-00. This solicitation is under the simplified
  Acquisition procedure (SAP) and is a Small Business- Small
  Purchase Set-aside. The Standard Industrial Classification
  (SIC) code is 3826 and the Business Size Standard is 500 employees.
  This will be a firm-fixed price contract. CLIN 001: Smartcycler
  starter system, (1 ea.) Smartcycler reaction tubes (2 ea) or
  equal THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MUST HAVE SPECIFICATIONS: 1.FLUORESCENT
  OPTICAL DETECTION WITH CAPABILITY TO MEASURE UP TO 4 SPECTRAL
  BANDS USING HIGH INTENSITY LED EMITTERS AND SILICON PHOTODETECTORS.
  2. REACTION SITE THERMAL CONTROLS WITH THERMISTORS CALIBRATED
  TO + OR - DEGREE C AND SOLID STATE HEATER AND FORCED-AIR COOLING.
  3. THERMOCYCLER WITH 16 INDIVIDUALLY PROGRAMMABLE REACTION
  SITES EACH CAPABLE OF VARYING TIME OF REACTION, TEMPERATURE
  OF REACTION, AND RAMPING RATE OF HEATING AND COOLING WITH THE
  FOLLOWING PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS; HEATING RAMP RATE (MAX.)
  10 DEGREES C/SEC FROM 50 DEGREES C TO 95 DEGREES C, COOLING
  RAMP RATE (MAX): 2.5 DEGREES C/SEC FROM 95 DEGREES C TO 50
  DEGREES C, TEMPERATURE DURATION ACCURACY: 1.0 SEC FROM PROGRAMMED
  TIME, TEMPERATURE ACCURACY +/- FROM 60 DEGREES C TO 95 DEGREES
  C, MELT CURVE PROGRAMMABLE RAMP RATES; 0.1 DEGREES C/SEC TO
  1.0 DEGREES C/SEC 4. MUST BE EXPANDABLE IN SIXTEEN-UNIT INCREMENTS
  UP TO A TOTAL OF 96 REACTIONS SITES. 5. SOFTWARE SHOULD BE
  CAPABLE OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS; A. QUALITATIVE-MELT
  CURVE ANALYSIS. B. QUANTITATIVE-GROWTH CURVE AND SECOND DERIVATIVES.
  C. DATA EXPORTABLE TO MS EXCEL-COMPATIBLE SOFTWARE 6.WITH
  THE FOLLOWING ASSAY PERFORMACE: A. CYCLE TIME (BASED ON B-ACTIN
  ASSAY) <69 SECONDS/CYCLE, <42 MIN FOR 40 CYCLES B. NUMBER OF
  CYCLES TO DETECTION (B-ACTIN ASSAY); 150,000 INITIAL COPIES
  DETECTED IN <28 CYCLES, 150 INITIAL COPIES DETECTED IN <34
  CYCLES, <150 INITIAL COPIES DETECTED IN 35-45 CYCLES. QUOTING
  ON FISHER P/N 11-400 AND 11-400-2 OR EQUAL, Manufacturer's
  data, descriptive material, or other information on the equipment
  to be furnished under this request for quotations. Per FAR
  13.106-2, award will be made to ensure that the purchase is
  the most advantageous and of the best value to the Government;
  based on the following evaluation factors. The Government will
  select the factors considered to be significant to this purchase;
  1. technical Capability of the items offered to meet the Government's
  requirement; 2. Price; 3. Past Performance; 4. Warranty Conditions;
  5. Maintenance Availability; 6. Quality Reference of three
  (3) firms for which you have provided similar equipment are
  requested. These will be used in the Evaluation process. Delivery
  F.O.B. Destination Price. Equipment to be delivered to the
  following address; National Swine Research Center, 2150 Pammel
  Drive, Ames, Iowa 50011, The provisions at 52.212-4 Contract
  Terms and Conditions--Commericial Items; and 52-212-5, Contract
  terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-- Commercial items apply to this acquisition. Offerors
  must include a completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3,
  offeror Representations and Certifications-- Commercial Items,
  with its offer. SEE NOTE 1. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487251)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Geological Survey, MS 205C, 12201 Sunrise Valley
  Drive, Reston, VA 20192
SUBJECT: 66--CATHODOLUMINESCENCE DETECTOR FOR SCANNING ELECTRON
  MICROSCOPE
SOL 00HQQQ0182
DUE 082900
POC Diane Peters, fax 703-648-7901
DESC: 17. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation.
  Proposals are being requested under Request For Quotes (RFQ)
  # 00HQQQ0182 posted on Electronic Commerce. Details may be
  viewed on the Department of Interior's Business Opportunities
  Web Page at http://ideasec.er.usgs.gov. The posted RFQ contains
  a description of the product, quantity, delivery, and applicable
  clauses. All vendors who can meet this requirement, and have
  a valid Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), are invited to submit
  electronic quotes for this posted RFQ. A written solicitation
  for this requirement will not be issued. THIS ACQUISITION WILL
  BE MADE UNDER THE SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION THRESHOLD OF $100,000.00.
  SIC code for this acquisition is 5039. Quotes are due at (4:30)
  (29 August 2000). The provisions at 1452.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors, and 1452.212-5 (or 5I), Contract Terms and Conditions,
  as they appear in the RFQ apply to this acquisition. Numbered
  note(s) 1 apply.   
LINKURL: http://ideasec.nbc.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fpeters@usgs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487282)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 66--ENCODER ALTITUDE
SOL SP0440-00-R-2700
DUE 100100
POC Karen Claiborne/8042794780
DESC: PR #: YPG00115001082, NSN: 6610-00-834-8244, RFP #: SP0440-00-R-2700,
  Nomenclature: Encoder Altitude. Contracting Officer: Glenice
  L. Daniel-Chambers/804-279-3158. ISSUE DATE: 31 Aug 00 and
  CLOSING DATE: 01 Oct 00. Subject item is sole source to Lockheed
  Martin Librascope Corp., CAGE: 36090, P/N: 761-11-5 and Honeywell
  Intl Inc., CAGE: 64547, P/N: 805213-1. Subject RFP is a Definite
  Quantity Contract w/100% option provisions. Subject item is
  non-commercial. The requested delivery schedule in the RFP
  is: 103 DARO. The FOB and I/A is: Destination. The final contract
  award decision may be based upon a combination of price, past
  performance and other evaluation fators as described in the
  solicitation. RFP Total Quantity is: 31 each. A copy of the
  solicitation will be available via the DLA Procurement Gateway
  at http://progate.daps.mil/home or http://12.3.216.20/home
  on the issue date cited in the RFP. From the Gateway homepage,
  select "Search RFPs" from the left-hand sidebar. Then choose
  the RFP you which to download. RFPs are in portable document
  format (PDF). 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. A paper copy of
  this solicitation will not be available to requesters. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487287)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung,
  and Blood Institute, Contracts Operations Branch, 6701 Rockledge
  Drive, Room 6100, MSC 7902, Bethesda, MD 20892
SUBJECT: 66--INSTRUMENTS AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
SOL NHLBI-PS-2000-659
DUE 090100
POC Cecilia Morales, Purchasing Agent, (301)435-0369, Debra C.
  Hawkins, Chief, Procurement Section, (301)435-0366
DESC: The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), intends
  to negotiate on a non-competitive basis with Affymetrix Inc.,
  3380 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, California 95051, to
  purchase gene expression array chips. The gene expression array
  chips are required for use with the Gene Chip Expression Analysis
  Instrument System manufactured by Affymetrix, Inc., to be used
  with the existing Affymetrix: 1) Four (4) each, HU35K Sub A
  Array, catalog #900184; 2) Four (4) each, HU35K Sub B Array,
  catalog #900185; 3) Four (4) each, HU35K Sub C Array, catalog
  #900186; 4) Four (4) each, HU35K Sub D Array, catalog #900187
  and 5) Four (4) each, HU Gene FL Array, catalog #900183. This
  acquisition is being conducted using simplified acquisition
  procedures. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code
  is 3826, Size Standard 500 employees is applicable to this
  requirement. The Small Business Set-Aside is not applicable
  to this requirement. This notice of intent is not a request
  for competitive proposals. Interested parties may identify
  their interest and capabilities in response to this requirement.
  The determination by the Government not to compete the 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 future competitive procurement. Responses
  to this announcement, referencing synopsis number NHLBI-PS-2000-659
  may be submitted to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute,
  Contracts Operations Branch, Procurement Section, Building
  RKL2, Room 6143, 6701 Rockledge Drive, Bethesda, MD 20892,
  Attention Ms. Cecilia D. Morales, Purchasing Agent. All responsible
  sources may submit a quotation, which if timely received, shall
  be considered by the agency.  
CITE: (W-230 SN487292)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: SA-ALC/Contracting Directorate/LDKSG; 485 Quentin Roosevelt
  Road Suite 12; Kelly AFB, TX 78241-6419
SUBJECT: 66--REPAIR/OVERHAUL OF FIBERSCOPE AND BOROSCOPE
SOL F41608-00-R-13935
DUE 101600
POC The Point of Contact is Brad Staton, LDKSG, Phone: (210)
  925-7355, FAX: (210) 925-6555, E-MAIL: brad.staton@kelly.af.mil
DESC: The Air Force intends to award a sole source Repair/Overhaul
  contract to Machida, Inc. in Orangeburg, NY. The items to be
  repaired are: Fiberscope (P/N: MA06R60 and NSN: 6650-01-340-
  1459) and Boroscope (P/N: FBA6-60S and NSN: 6650-01-121-5754).
  There are no drawings, bid set nor performance specifications
  avaiable for this procurement. Those who wish to submit a bid
  may request a copy of the solicitation by fax or email. All
  potential offerors should contact the buyer/PCO identified
  in this notice 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 concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal development phase of an acquisition.
  The Ombudsman does not diminish the authority of the program
  director or Contracting Officer, but communicates Contractor
  concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the
  appropriate Government personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman
  shall maintain strict confidentially 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 the SA-ALC Acquisition Ombudsman
  at AC 210-925-5133 or send E-Mail to: ombudsman@www.kelly-afb.org.
  Buyer's name (point of contact listed above) should be included
  on all solicitation requests. In addition, please include a
  FSCM/cage code for mailing purposes. See Note(s) 22,26
EMAILADD: brad.staton@kelly.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487371)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: 66--DC-TO-DC CONVERTOR RESPONSE ANALYZER SYSTEM
SOL RFQ3-152341
DUE 082400
POC  Teresa Monaco, Contract Specialist, Phone (216)433-8293,
  Fax (216)433-2480, Email Teresa.L.Monaco@grc.nasa.gov
DESC: This notice 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;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This procurement is being conducted under the
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP), FAR Part 13. This
  solicitation is issued as a request for quotation (RFQ) for
  two (2) DC-to-DC Converter Response Analyzer Systems. Specifications
  are included in the Word file accompanying this synopsis/solicitation.
  The provisions and clauses in the RFQ are those in effect through
  FAC 97-18. All qualified responsible business sources may submit
  a quotation that shall be considered by the agency. Delivery
  to GRC is required within 30 days ARO. Delivery shall be FOB
  Destination. The DPAS rating for this procurement is DO-C9.
  Quotations for the items(s) described above are due by 8/24/2000,
  at 1:00 p.m. local time and may be mailed or faxed to: NASA
  John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field ATTN: Teresa Monaco,
  RFQ3-152341 Code 0613, M/S 500-306 21000 Brookpark Road Cleveland,
  OH 44135 Telephone: (216) 433-8293 FAX: (216) 433-2480 E-mail:
  teresa.monaco@grc.nasa.gov and include solicitation number,
  FOB destination to this Center, proposed delivery schedule,
  discount/payment terms, warranty duration (if applicable),
  taxpayer identification number (TIN), identification of any
  special commercial terms, and be signed by an authorized company
  representative. Quoters are encouraged to use the Standard
  Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items
  form found at URL: http://procure.arc.nasa.gov/Acq/Forms/Index.html
  to submit a quotation. Quoters shall provide the information
  required by FAR 52.212-1. Award will be based upon overall
  best value to the Government, with consideration given to the
  factors of proposed technical capability of the item offered
  to meet the Government requirement, price and past performance;
  other critical requirements (i.e., delivery) if so stated in
  the RFQ will also be considered. It is critical that offerors
  provide adequate detail to allow evaluation of their offer
  (see FAR 52.212-1(b)). Include a technical description of the
  items being offered in sufficient detail to evaluate compliance
  with the requirements in the solicitation. This may include
  product literature, or other documents, if necessary. Quoters
  must provide a copy of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representation and Certifications - Commercial Items with their
  quote. It may be obtained via the internet at URL: http://ec.msfc.nasa.gov/msfc/pub/reps_certs/sats/,
  and select cirepcertover25k.doc. The SIC code and the small
  business size standard for this procurement are 3825 and 500
  employees, respectively. "Number of employees" is a measure
  of the average employment of a business concern and means its
  average employment, including the employees of its domestic
  and foreign affiliates, based on the number of persons employed
  on a full-time, part-time, temporary, or other basis during
  each of the pay periods of the preceding 12 months. The quoter
  shall state in their quotation their size status for this procurement.
  FAR 52.212-4 is applicable. FAR 52.212-5 is applicable and
  the following identified clauses are incorporated by reference:
  FAR 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities. FAR 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity. FAR 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era. FAR 52.222-36, Affirmative
  Action for Workers with Disabilities. FAR 52.222-37, Employment
  Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era.
  FAR 52.225-1, Buy American Act-Balance of Payments Program-Supplies.
  FAR 52.225-3, Buy American Act-North American Free Trade Agreement-Israeli
  Trade Act-Balance of Payments Program. FAR 52.225-15, Sanctioned
  European Union Country End Products. FAR 52.232-34, Payment
  by Electronic Funds Transfer-Other than Central Contractor
  Registration. If the end product(s) quoted is other than domestic
  end product(s) as defined in the clause entitled "Buy American
  Act-Balance of Payments Program-Supplies," the quoter shall
  so state and shall list the country of origin. The FAR may
  be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.arnet.gov/far/
  The NFS may be obtained via the Internet at URL: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/procurement/regs/nfstoc.htm
  The following provision is incorporated in full text in this
  solicitation: Compliance with Veterans' Employment Reporting
  Requirements (February 1999) By submission of its offer, the
  offeror represents that, if it is subject to the reporting
  requirements of 38 U.S.C. 4212(d) (i.e., the VETS-100 report
  required by Federal Acquisition Regulation clause 52.222-37,
  Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the
  Vietnam Era), it has submitted the most recent report required
  by 38 U.S.C. 4212(d). (End of provision) Questions regarding
  this acquisition must be submitted in writing (e-mail is acceptable)
  no later than 8/21/2000. An ombudsman has been appointed -
  See Internet Note "B". Any referenced notes can be viewed at
  the following URL: http://genesis.gsfc.nasa.gov/nasanote.html.
  It is the quoter's responsibility to monitor the following
  Internet site for the release of amendments (if any): http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=22
  Potential quoters will be responsible for downloading their
  own copy of this combination synopsis/solicitation and amendments
  (if any).
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=22#RFQ3-152341
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Teresa.L.Monaco@grc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487377)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive & Kidney Diseases
  (NIDDK), Acquisition Management Branch, 6705 Rockledge Dr.,
  MSC 7973, Room 8048, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-7973
SUBJECT: 66--AKTA BASIC 10 (OR EQUIVALENT) LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
  SYSTEM
SOL NIH-NIDDK-00-576
DUE 091500
POC Patricia Haun, Purchasing Agent, 301-594-8855
DESC: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute
  of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) has a
  requirement to purchase a AKTA Basic 10 (or equivalent) Liquid
  Chromatography System and accessories. This equipment is needed
  for the ability to purify biomolecules including peptides,
  nucleic acids, and proteins from complex starting materials
  derived from cell lysates, tissue homogenates, recombinant
  protein expression systems and other sources. The system is
  needed to perform separations based on a variety of sample
  characteristics, such as molecular weight, net surface charge,
  hydrophobicity, while retaining biological activity. The system
  must have the following specifications: 1) A P-903 (or equivalent)
  two-pump system that can provide a flow rate range of 0.001
  to 10 ml/min and a pressure range from 0-25 MPa (3625psi);
  2) The two-pump gradient system shall contain two switch valves
  to allow for accurate, automatic buffer preparation; 3) The
  two-pump gradient system, with dynamic mixing, provides shallow
  gradients for high-resolution separations of biomolecules.
  The two-pump and mixer configuration produces high accuracy
  and precision in gradient formation; 4) A M-925 (or equivalent)
  mixer. A single chamber mixer powered and controlled from the
  P-903 (or equivalent) pump. The mixer has interchangeable mixing
  chambers of 0.6 and 2 ml; 5) The system shall have a UV-900
  (or equivalent) monitor that can simultaneously monitor three
  different wavelengths in a range of 190-700nm. The UV monitor
  bandwidth is 4nm with a wavelength accuracy of plus or minus
  2nm. The UV monitor includes a 10mm flow cell; 6) The system
  shall include a seven port INV-907 (or equivalent) injection
  valve with load, inject and wash positions; 7) The system shall
  include an eight port PV-908 (or equivalent) motor fractionation
  valve for diversion of the sample to the fraction collector
  or waste; 8) The system shall have a Frac-901 (or equivalent)
  fraction collector to allow fixed volume fractionation or automatic
  peak fractionation. Peak fractionation can be based on peak
  detection using slope or level sensing. The Frac-901 (or equivalent)
  collects up to 175 fractions in 12mm diameter tubes or up to
  95 fractions 10-18mm diameter tubes; 9) The system computer
  and software shall monitor two pumps, two motorized valves,
  a fraction collector, a dynamic gradient mixer, an UV monitor,
  an autosampler and a conductivity/pH monitor. All responsible
  sources may submit a quotation, which if timely received, shall
  be within the Simplified Acquisition Threshold for Purchases
  up to $100,000. Vendors capable of furnishing the government
  this equipment should request a copy of the Request for Quote
  from the above contact. It is anticipated that the Request
  for Quote (RFQ) NIH-DDK-00-576 will be available fifteen (15)
  days after the publication date of this synopsis. Receipt of
  quotations will be due ten days (10) after the release of the
  RFQ. The anticipated award date is September 19, 2000. Request
  for copies of the RFQ must be in writing and may be FAXED to
  301-480-4226. Quotations must be submitted in writing to the
  National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
  6705 Rockledge Drive, Building One, Room 8048, Bethesda, Maryland
  20817-7973 Attention: Patricia Haun. FAX quotations must contain
  offerors names, address, phone number and fax number. FAX quotations
  will only be accepted if dated and signed by an authorized
  company representative. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487380)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Oceanographic Office, Contracting Division CODE
  N41, Stennis Space Center, MS 39522-5001
SUBJECT: 66--MINIATURIZED TRAWL RESISTANT BOTTOM MOUNT (MTRBM)
SOL N62306-00-Q-C042
DUE 090800
POC Suzanne Keel, (228) 689-8368 or Mona Fletcher (228) 689-8369
DESC: (i) This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for modified
  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 solicitation.
  Quotation/technical approach quotations are being requested
  and a written Request For Quotation will not be issued. This
  procurement shall be awarded under Simplified Acquisition Procedures
  (SAP), Federal Acquisition Regulations Part 13; a subsequent
  indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) type purchase
  order for a base period of twelve (12) months with three (3)
  additional twelve (12) month option periods is contemplated.
  (ii) The Request For Quotation number applicable is N62306-00-Q-C042
  and the solicitation is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ);
  (iii) The RFQ incorporates provisions and clauses in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-16 and Defense Acquisition
  Circular 91-13 (iv) This RFQ is 100% Set Aside for Small Business,
  standard industrial classification code 3812 and small business
  size standard 500. (v) Item/Estimated Item Quantity: Miniaturized
  Lightweight Trawl Resistant Bottom Mount System (MTRBM). The
  estimated quantity to be purchased during the four (4) year
  period is (a) Twelve (12) MTRBM Complete Systems with Acoustic
  Releases, (four each completed systems estimated in the base
  period) (b) 4-8 Spare Acoustic Releases, (one in the base period)
  (c) 6-8 Acoustic Command Deck Units, (d) 6-8 Transducers, and
  (e) Major spare components of the MTRBM (possibly a spare frame,
  anodes, float, and line) and (f) one-time two day training
  on the MTRBMs (vi) Description and salient characteristic requirements
  for the MTRBM system to be acquired: 1.0 GENERAL/BACKGROUND/CONCEPT:
  NAVOCEANO has been using Trawl Resistant Bottom Mounts (TRBM)
  as a mooring for Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCP)
  fro about eight (8) years. The initial TRBM's were large, heavy,
  cumbersome units developed around the original deep water ADCPs.
  This specification details the minimum requirements for a MINIATURIZED
  TRBM system that will use the Workhorse Monitory ADCP by RD
  Instruments of San Diego, CA or an equivalent ADCP system.
  The MTRBM concept is of a survivable mooring to support hydrographic
  surveys. The MTRBM will be a lightweight system that will incorporate
  an ADCP/tidal height sensor and an acoustic releasing mechanism
  into a bottom mount. The MTRBM will be of a smooth shape to
  allow trawl gear to pass over and smaller in size than previous
  commercial TRBMs to further reduce the surface area that can
  be contacted by trawl gear. The required MTRBM system will
  incorporate the NAVOCEANO existing ADCPs and eventually a NAVOCEANO
  underwater data telemetry package into a small, lightweight
  system that will include the mooring and a compatible acoustic
  releasing system. The MTRBM system concept is of a survivable
  mooring for heavily fished seas. Light fishing trawls and chains
  should pass over the mooring without damage to either system.
  Transducers and other instrumentation will be housed in a structural
  frame which shall minimize damage to instrumentation due to
  a direct hit from small anchors, small trawl doors, or other
  underwater towed objects. 1.1 DELIVERABLES. Minimum Quantity
  of four (4) complete MTRBMs and associated electronics in accordance
  with the following specifications. 2.0 ENVIRONMENTAL/TRANSPORTATION
  REQUIREMENTS. The following are the typical conditions found
  in survey cycles: a. Ambient Temperatures: minus 5 to 40 degrees
  Celsius; b. Water Temperatures: Minus 2 to 35 Celsius; c. Maximum
  Sea Surface Conditions: Sea state 3 (Beaufort) d. Relative
  Humidity: 0 to 100 %; e. Transport: Military/commercial air/ground;
  f. Special transport conditions/HAZMAT permits: NONE ALLOWED;
  3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT: a. 1200 or 600 or 300 kHz
  Workhorse Sentinel ADCP (RD Instruments, Inc.) or similar,
  b. Battery Case and Cable for Workhorse ADCP, or similar. 4.0
  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS. The following requirements are the minimum
  standards for the MTRBM: 4.1 Operational Depth: 50 meters;
  4.2 Size. Maximum major diameter: 5.5 ft; Minimum major diameter:
  3.5 ft; Maximum assembled height: 1.15 ft..; 4.3 Weight (fully
  instrumented): Maximum in air: 250 lbs.; Minimum in water:
  80 lbs. 4.3 Construction. The MTRBM will be constructed of
  non-magnetic materials. Corrosion protection will be provided
  by liberal use of non-hazardous coatings, dissimilar materials
  isolation, and sacrificial material techniques; The base of
  the MTRBM must use a grid pattern of material one (1) inch
  in height and spaced no further apart than four (4) inches
  to prevent the MTRBM from sinking into sediment due to scouring
  action. 5.0 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 5.1 The MTRBM will require
  no more than two average strength persons to assemble/disassemble
  without any one person having to dead lift more than 75 pounds;
  5.2 All components of the MTRBM must be recoverable; 5.3 The
  ADCP must be mounted on a gimbal mechanism to allow for plus/minus
  eight (8) (+/-8) degree conical beam path due to unknown bottom
  conditions; 5.4 The MTRBM must be designed for free fall deployment.
  However, soft lowering to the bottom is possible based on expected
  bottom conditions at any particular operational location; Soft
  lowering will be the standard and primary method of deployment.
  5.5 Handling bails or eyelets should be recessed or conformal
  to the shape of the MTRBM to lessen the potential for snagging
  from nets or chains. Bails or eyelets shall allow for underwater
  attachment of a 9/16 inch wide throat snap hook by Remotely
  Operated Vehicle; 6.0 ACOUSTIC RELEASE SYSTEM. The MTRBM system
  shall include an acoustic release actuated recovery system
  with transponding capability. The MTRBM shall be provided with
  one spare release for each system; 6.1 The acoustic release
  will be compatible with EG&G Model 8011A Acoustic Command Releasing
  System and EG&G Model 8015 Transducers; 6.2 The MTRBM system
  will have transponder capability for distance ranging and location
  marking and tilt indication; 6.3 The MTRBM shall be provided
  with one acoustic command deck unit and transducer that are
  compatible with the acoustic releases installed in the MTRBM.
  7.0 DOCUMENTATION/SPARES/TRAINING: 7.1 The MTRBM system quoted
  is to include full documentation on assembly, disassembly,
  and storage; 7.2 The MTRBM shall be provided with a spare parts
  kit including consumables (i.e. anodes, touch-up paint) for
  three deployment cycles and any special tools will be included.
  A price list should be provided for all major components and
  spares associated with the item quoted; 7.3 The contractor
  will be required to provide a two-day on-site training module
  on the system quotes as an Option to the contract including
  all associated costs for lodging and transportation etc. to
  Stennis Space Center, MS; 8.0 The contract is to include a
  purchase option that allows the Government o purchase more
  of the MTRBM systems, acoustic release systems, acoustic command
  deck units, transducers, and major spare components of the
  MTRBM for a period not to exceed three years and detailed above
  in the estimated total quantities for the life of the contract,
  four years. 9.0 MISCELLANEOUS: The contractor shall provide
  a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for all components deemed
  as hazardous (i.e. special coatings, batteries, etc). The quotation
  should include a price for each item above and a price breakdown
  for each MTRBM system, The quotation should include a price
  for each item above and a price breakdown for each MTRBM system,
  (vii) Required delivery 90-120 days, FOB Destination, Naval
  Oceanographic Office, Stennis Space Center, MS 39522-5001(viii))
  The contractor agrees to comply with the following FAR clauses
  and law or executive orders applicable to acquisition of commercial
  items, which are incorporated into said quotation by reference,
  in FAR 52.252-2, Clause Incorporated by Reference. In accordance
  with FAR 52.252-1 and FAR 52.252-2, the following provisions
  and clauses are incorporated by reference: The provision at
  52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors -- Commercial items, (ix)
  The provision at 52.212-2, Evaluation -- Commercial Items.
  The specific evaluation criteria under paragraph (a) of FAR
  52.212-2 are: (1) technical capability/approach to provide
  a modified commercial item meeting the NAVOCEANO specification,
  (b) Past Performance and (3) Price. Technical and past performance
  combined is of more importance when compared to price. (A)
  TECHNICAL PROPOSAL/APPROACH: The technical proposal/approach
  shall include a written discussion of the specific technical
  aspects and facts relative to the technical proposal/approach
  to be taken in modifying an existing commercial item in accomplishing
  the specifications for a MINIATURIZED LIGHTWEIGHT TRAWL RESISTANT
  BOTTOM MOUNT SYSTEM (MTRBM) that will use the Workhorse Monitor
  Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) by RD Instruments
  of San Diego, CA or an equivalent ADCP system in accordance
  with the specifications contained herein. Any questions concerning
  the technical proposal/approach or the specifications shall
  be submitted in writing for referral to the Government Technical
  Point of Contact within seven (7) days of publication of this
  announcement. The technical approach shall be limited to twenty
  (20) pages (12 pitch or larger type), double-spaced, single
  sided, 8.5 by 11 inches. The page limitation includes all information,
  i.e. indexes, photographs, foldouts, appendices, attachments,
  etc. The Government may not consider pages in excess of this
  limitation. The Government does not intend to pay for any response
  preparation cost. Evaluation of the responses (both technical
  and price) will be made to determine the overall merit of the
  technical approach in response to this announcement. The technical
  aspect, which is ranked as the first order of priority, shall
  be evaluated based upon the following criteria which are of
  equal importance: a) concept, new and creative solution and
  technical capability to modify an existing commercial item
  to meet Government specifications for this type of trawl bottom
  mount system; b) the offeror's understanding of the specifications
  and concept of the system required; c) soundness of offeror's
  technical concept/approach to accomplish the modifications;
  d) background and/or demonstrated experience and capability
  to meet the requirement including the Technical Capability
  to meet specifications (vendors shall provide indication of
  understanding and ability to meet the specifications, including
  catalog cut, product brochures, documentation inclusive of
  all information on MTRBM system quoted; (B) PAST PERFORMANCE
  (vendors shall provide indication of having sold comparable
  item successfully during the past 5 years, including names
  of 3 company references, with contact person, phone number,
  facsimile number and e-mail address for each); and (C) PRICE.
  Price/Cost is a substantial factor but is ranked as the third
  in order of priority. However the Government will not award
  at other than a fair and reasonable price. No further evaluation
  criteria will be used in this source selection. **** Vendors
  shall address all requirements in this combined synopsis/solicitation,
  and shall provide clear evidence of understanding and the ability
  and willingness to comply with the Government's specifications
  of need. Failure to address a specification/requirement will
  be construed by the Government as inability to meet the need,
  or the vendor's taking exception to it. All exceptions to the
  specifications must be annotated on the quotation identifying
  the exception.**** The technical proposal/approach, past performance
  and cost information will be evaluated at the same time. The
  Government, NAVOCEANO, reserves the right to select for award
  of a contract any, all, part, or none of the quotations received.
  The offeror's technical proposal/approach (or any part thereof)
  may be incorporated by reference and used as the statement
  of work or to supplement the Government specifications. Selection
  will be made in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Procedures, Subpart 13.106-2,
  Evaluation of Quotations or Offers. (x) Quoters are to include
  a completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications -- Commercial Items, with their quotation
  (xi) Clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions -- Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition and a statement regarding
  any addenda to the clause. (xii) Clause at 52.212-5, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes Or Executive
  Orders -- Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition including
  the following FAR clauses cited under 52.212-5: The following
  checked clauses in (b) apply: (1) 52.203-6 Restrictions on
  Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with Alternate I. 52.219-8,
  Utilization of Small Business Concerns. 52.217-7 Option for
  Increased Quantity Separately Priced Line Item (Mar 89), 52.217-9
  Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Mar 2000), (a) within
  30 days; within 60 days; (b) shall not exceed 48 months; 52.219-14
  Limitations on Subcontracting. 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities. 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Affirmative
  Action for Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans; 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers; 52.222-37, Employment
  Reports on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam
  Era. 52.232-18, Availability of Funds. 52.232.33 Payment by
  Electronic Funds--Central Contractor Registration. DFARS 252.204-7004,
  Required Central Contract Registration, contractors may register
  via the Internet at http://ccr2000.com. 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 including the following DFAR
  clauses cited under 252.212-7001: 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payment Program; 252.247-7024 Notification
  of Transportation of Supplies by Sea. are applicable to the
  acquisition. (xiii) Quoters are to furnish a copy of the Commercial
  Warranty terms and conditions applicable to the item quoted
  consistent with customary commercial practices.(xiv) The Defense
  Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) DO-A70 is applicable.
  (xv) Commerce Business Daily numbered Note 1 applies. (xvi)
  The government will accept proposals no later than NOON on
  12 SEP 2000. The government will not accept quotations after
  this date. The government reserves the right to award to other
  than the lowest quote/offeror. The evaluation will be based
  on a best value to the government as determined to be in the
  best interest of the Government. Offers shall be evaluated
  for fair and reasonable prices, technical approach/capability,
  adherence to applicable clauses, provisions, required delivery
  and satisfactory past performance record. Parties responding
  to this solicitation may submit their quote in accordance with
  their standard commercial practices (e.g. company letterhead,
  formal quote form, etc) but must include the following information:
  1) Complete mailing/remittance address; 2) prompt payment discount;
  3)anticipated delivery; 4)Taxpayer ID number; 5) All completed
  certifications as required herein. Questions regarding this
  acquisition must be submitted, IN WRITING, no later than one
  week before the proposal due date. SUBMIT A COMPLETE PACKAGE
  electronically to the e-mail address shown herein or BY MAIL
  or FAX TO: to the Naval Oceanographic Office, Code N412, Contracting
  Division, Attn Suzanne Keel (xvii) POC phone (228) 689-8368,
  fax (228) 689-8392 or e-mail keels@navo.navy.mil. Potential
  quoters will be responsible for downloading their own copy
  of this combined synopsis/solicitation and amendments (if any)
  from the CBD, as well as, the blank SF1449, and Representations
  and Certifications from the EPS. Quoters are encouraged to
  submit their quotes utilizing the SF1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order
  For Commercial Items or as described above. Electronic submissions
  are preferred.    
EMAILADD: keels@navo.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487393)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: National Cancer Institute, Research Contracts Branch,
  PSAS, 6120 Executive Blvd, EPS/Room 638, Bethesda, MD 20892-7227
SUBJECT: 66--INSTRUMENTS & LABORATORY EQUIPMENT(MASS SPECTROMETER)
SOL RFQ-NCI-00200
DUE 090500
POC Cynthia Brown, Purchasing Agent, 301-402-4509, Gail Zois,
  Contracting Officer
DESC: The National Cancer Insitute(NCI), Divisin of Clinical
  Sciences (DCS), Medicine Branch (MB), Cell and Cancer biology
  Department (CCBD), intends to procure on a sole-source basis,
  a Benchtop Mass Spectrometer, Model M@LDI, catalob #V-HTNR,
  From Micromass, Inc. This purchase encompasses a benchto MALDI-TOF
  mass spectrometer, a mass spectrometer work station, and ultra
  high throughput MALDI proteomics package, a biopolyer analysis
  software module and license, sequencing software module and
  license, acquisition and processing automation software and,
  other associated hardware/software. The critical point here
  is that Micromass has integrated and seamlessly linked operation
  of the equipment with Bio-Rad's, PDQuest gell imaging system
  so samples can be automatically tracked through the entire
  process. Requirement: shall be a benchtop, compact system with
  a MALID-TOF mass spectrometer; shall be controlled by a stable
  Windows NT data system; laser tuning, real time data selection,
  data acquisition, data processing database searching and reporting
  shall all be automatically controlled via the software. Data
  processing and database searching shall do the following in
  an automated fashion without user intervention; combine MS
  spectra (shall use spectrum from near point reference spot
  to check calibration); significantly enhance the signal to
  noise ratio of the spectra by simplifying the specturm to carbon
  12 isotopes and deisotoping overlapping isotopic clusters;
  correct the mass assignment using the internal lock mass; and,
  collate and report results in an interactive browser. The spectrometer
  shall have reflectron optics with an effective path length
  of 2.3 meters; spectrometer shall have grounded "Time Lag Focusing"
  source (delayed exraction) optices with immersion lens focusing
  optimized for maximum ion transmission; system shall have an
  automated laser guidance system for optimization of the MALDI
  sample plate position; software shall auto-annotate gel spots
  with the appropriate protein assignments (allowing the user
  to access and review data suppriting any individucal protein
  assignment by a simply point and click on a protein spot of
  interest; and, mass spec software shall be completely ingrated
  and compatible with BioRad's PDQuest gell imaging system so
  samples can be automatically tracked through the entire process.
  The Contrcator shall include a one year parts and labor warranty
  and unlimited telephone software support during the warrranty
  period at no additonal cost to the Government. Software maintenance
  releases/updates shall be provided upon request at no additonal
  cost to the government. Shall include installation and on-site
  trining at no additioanal cost to the Government. This is not
  a request for competitive quotation, however, if any interested
  party believes it can meet the aobve requirment, they may submit
  a statement of capabilities. Information furnished must be
  in writing and must contain sufficient detail, to allow NCI
  to determine if the party can meet the requirement. Capabiality
  statements must be received nt he Contracts Officey by 2:00
  PM EST on 9/5/00. If you have any questions, please contact
  Cynthia Brown, Purchasing Agent on (301) 402-4509. 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 be considered
  solely for the pupose of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Please reference solicitation number RFQ-NCI-00200.
CITE: (W-230 SN487408)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: WR-ALC/PKOC, 215 Byron St, Robins Air Force Base GA 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 66--IMAGE IV SYSTEM SINGLE CHANNEL INSTRUMENT 
SOL F09650-00-T-3863
DUE 082500
POC Lucille Whitehead Phone:(912) 926-7384; FAX: (912) 926-3569

DESC: Description: (1 EACH) Image IV System single channel instrument
  with RPP2@HS or Hr Porog square wave pulser AM which includes
  built in TFT color screen system shall also include components
  parts UI-100F-030, UI-100F-041, UI-100P-030, 748-20-1441, 720-30-1265,430-30-1220,
  430-30-1228, and one 36' Rigid Flat Track. Part Number: IVUPI-50-RPP2.
  This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items
  prepared IAW the format in FAR subpart 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. See note 22
    The following clauses are applicable to subject solicitation:
   far 52.212-1 (instructions to offerors), 52.212-2 (Evaluation
   -Commercial Items) 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  statues or executive orders--commercial
  items). In accordance with clause 52.212-2, the evaluation
  factors shall be: price and price related factors. Quotation
  my be faxed to (912) 926-2652. The anticipated award date will
  be  28 AUG 00. Written procedures will be used for this solicitation.
  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 considered. Sole Source To: SAIC, TWO SHAW'S COVE,
  NEW LONDON, CT 06320 
LINKURL: http://contracting.robins.af.mil/pko/pkobiz.ssi
LINKDESC: 
  web page:
EMAILADD: Lucille.Whitehead@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  via e-mail at this address.
CITE: (W-230 SN487436)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory 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: 66--REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS FOR ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION
  SYSTEM.
SOL WASC-0-1403
DUE 090100
POC Randall Brown (206) 526-6226/FAX (206) 526-6025
DESC: Request for quotations issued for the following products:
  01) ultraviolet disinfection systems for John Day salt water
  holding facility. Each unit to be capable of providing a dosage
  of 90,000 micro-watt seconds per square center @ 254 nm, at
  a flow of 175 gpm, based on 90% water transmission. Lamps
  shall be low pressure mercury vapor with hard glass enclosure,
  having a guarantee of 9,000 hours to end of life at 60% of
  original output. All wetted parts shall be 316L stainless
  steel, welded using the plasma fusion arc method, polished
  and passivated after fabrication. Heads shall be threaded
  for removal for interior access. Exterior non-wetted surfaces
  shall be polished and passivated after fabrication. Manufacturer's
  standard controls shall be furnished and mounted in a NEMA
  4X panel. Include independently fused fan cooling system,
  light-out warning LED display, and elapsed hour meter. Qty.
  2 each. 02) Rotary drum filter. Unit shall consist of a screened
  drum driven by an electric motor through a gear reducer, revolving
  inside a fiberglass surround tank. The inlet water enters the
   interior of the screen, and the discharge is on the exterior
  of the screen. The unit shall be designed so that the sludge
  drops into a discharge trough as the screen revolves. A spray
  system shall be included to clean the screen at a minimum
  spray pressure of 80 psi, with discharge into the trough.
  The unit shall be constructed of 316L stainless steel, fiberglass,
  and suitable plastics, with the basin of fiberglass, the drum
  frame of 316 stainless, and the screen panels of plastic.
  Other parts constructed so as to hold the amount of stainless
   in contact with the water stream to a minimum. The motor and
  gear reducer shall be enclosed and exterior mounted. The minimum
  flow rate is 25 pm TSS, using 60 micron shall be not less
  than 365 gpm. Rotational speed 5 rpm. Maximum submergence
  of drum 60% (controlled by exterior standpipe by others).
  The rotation and backwashing shall be automatic, actuated
  by the increase of the head on the drum. The controls to accomplish
  this shall be enclosed in a NEMA-X box (except for a low voltage
  float control). Spare parts with the unit must include a complete
  elastomeric drum seal, two screen panels, and twenty screen
  patching plugs. Qty. 1 ea. 03) Sand filters, non-metallic.
   Must be of non-corrosive construction (no metals in contact
  with water). Filter body fiberglass and polyester resin with
  a working pressure of 50 psi. Stand, flanges, diffusers, and
  laterals of PVC and/or polypropylene construction. Filter
  area must be not less than 26 sq. ft. Tank diameter not to
  exceed six feet. Minimum capacity 1,600 pounds of gravel and
  6,000 pounds of silica sand. Four inch, 150 pound water connection
  flanges. Must include dual gages with brackets and fittings
  for tapes into inlet and outlet by owner. Fill lid, manual
  air relief valve, water drain and sand drain plugs. MUST BE
  COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS IN USE FOR AT LEAST FIVE YEARS, CUSTOM
  MADE PRODUCTS NOT ALLOWED. Provide catalog cuts/brochures
  of proposed system. Provide Federal tax ID number and DUNS
  number with quote. State if small-, minority-, or women-owned
  business with quote. This is a simplified acquisition with
  an estimated value of less than $100,000. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487348)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 67--Photographic Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 67--PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
SOL F34612-00-QQ055
DUE 082500
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH
  FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS
  ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation
  is being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  Solicitation number F34612-00-QQ055 is hereby issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The incorporated provisions and clauses are
  those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is
  under Standard Industrial Classification code 5043, with a
  small business size standard of 100. The requirement calls
  for the following: Seven (7) each Model# NT2133__Nikon 75-240mm
  AF lens; Twenty (20) each Model#NT9750__Nikon 52mm Snap-on
  lens cap; Twenty (20) each Model# NT9751__Nikon 62mm Snap-on
  lens cap; Thirty (30) each Model# TF52015__Tiffen 52mm 1A Sky
  Filter; Thirty (30) each Model# TF62015__Tiffen 62mm 1A Sky
  Filter; Seven (7) each Model# SM1111__Sigma 17-35mm AF lens.
  Suggested brand is Nikon or equal. Suggested source is Calument
  Photographic/890 Supreme Dr./Benseville, Illinois 60106. If
  quoting on an equal, must provide manufacturer and part number.
  If item is under GSA contract, please furnish GSA contract
  number. Please send any questions or requests to 97CONS/LGCA,
  ATTN: David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318, Altus AFB, OK
  73523-5147. You may also call P.O.C. at (580) 481-7261, send
  a fax to (580) 481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil.
  The following clauses and provisions are incorporated and are
  to remain in full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR
  Clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items,
  (Nov 1999). It is incorporated by reference and applies to
  this acquisition. It is amended to read: Submit signed and
  dated offer to 97 CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus
  AFB, OK 73523-5147 at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 25 Aug
  2000. Submit signed and dated quotations on company letterhead
  or quotation form. Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472.
  Offers on this acquisition shall be evaluated on the basis
  of price factors only. The government reserves the right to
  make award without discussions. FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999),
  Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, is incorporated
  by reference and applies to this acquisition with the following
  addendum: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration
  (Mar 1998). The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Sep 1999) applies to this acquisition and is incorporated
  by reference. Paragraph (b) of the clause incorporates by reference
  the following FAR clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755),
  52.233-3, Protest After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793),
  52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212), 52.225-18, European Sanctions
  for End Products (E.O. 12849), 52.232-33, Payment by Electric
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332),
  DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payments
  Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O 10582). A Firm-Fixed Price
  purchase order will be issued in writing. No telephonic responses
  will be processed. If you have previously bid on this item,
  DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID. THIS IS AN UN-FUNDED REQUIREMENT.
  MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications to be provided with the quote.... was deleted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ055&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486954)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 67--Photographic Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, NOAA, 200 World Trade Center,
  Room 209, Norfolk, VA 23510-1624
SUBJECT: 67--TRAILER TO EXISTING EDUCATIONAL FILM
SOL 52EANC-0-00050
POC Michele McCoy, 757-441-6879
DESC: This is a notice of intent to issue RFP 52-EANC-0-00050
  on a sole source basis under statutory authority 41 USC 253
  (c) (1), Only one responsible source, to New England Aquarium,
  Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110. Contractor shall develop a
  2 minute "Trailer" to be added to the end of an existing educational
  film presentation, entitled "Storm Over Stellwagen". Contractor
  shall provide a stand alone video and web product. Delivery
  shall be no later than December 31, 2000. See Note 22. 
EMAILADD: Michele.A.McCoy@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487256)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 68--Chemicals and Chemical Products
OFFADD: Bureau of Land Management, 1387 S. Vinnell Way, Boise,
  ID 83709
SUBJECT: 68--OUST HERBICIDE
SOL DAQ000033
DUE 083100
POC Patricia A. Fort, Contracting Officer 208-373-3910
DESC: 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 solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This solicitation is issued as a request for
  quotation (RFQ), number DAQ000033. This solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-16. This solicitation
  is set-aside for small business under standard industrial classification
  code 2899. The small business size standard for a concern which
  submits an offer in its own name, other than on a construction
  or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product
  which it did not itself manufacture, is 500 employees. The
  contract line number is: Item 1, Dupont Oust Herbicide, 9,264
  Ounces. Delivered to BLM, Shoshone Field Office, 400 West F
  Street, PO Box 2-B, Shoshone, ID 83352. The FOB Point is Destination.
   The provision at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  is applicable. The provision at 52,212-2, Evaluation-Commercial
  Items is applicable, and the following shall be included in
  paragraph (a) of this provision. Quotes will be evaluated on
  past performance and price listed in descending order of importance.
  Past performance will be based on the Contracting Officer's
  knowledge, contacting provided references, and other reasonable
  sources.  Offerors shall include a completed copy of the provisions
  at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items, with its offer. The clause 52.212-4, Contract Terms
  and Conditions-Commercial Items, is applicable. The clause
  52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, is applicable
  , and the following additional FAR clauses cited in the clause
  are applicable: 52.219-14, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36,
  52.222-41, 52.222-42, 52.246-04. Offers are due at the above
  office by close of business August 31, 2000. The required delivery
  date is September 15, 2000. For additional information contact
  the above named Contracting Officer. See Note(s) 1***** 
EMAILADD: Pat_Fort@blm.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN487020)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 68--Chemicals and Chemical Products
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  (BEP), Office of Procurement, 14th & C. Streets, S.W., Washington,
  DC, 20228
SUBJECT: 68--INFRARED TRANSPARENT INTAGLIO GREEN CURRENCY INK
SOL Reference-Number-1I001285
POC Cynthia Duncan, Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (202)
  874-2539, Fax (202) 874-3135, Email cynthia.duncan@bep.treas.gov
DESC: The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) intends to procure
  IR-Transparent Intaglio Green Currency Ink from SICPA Securink
  Corporation. The BEP intends to issue one order for the Washington
  DC facility and one order for the Ft Worth facility. This procurement
  action is for supplies in which the Government intends to solicit
  and negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR
  6.302 and 13.106-1. The resulting purchase orders will not
  exceed the simplified acquisition threshold. The procedures
  set forth in FAR Part 13.106-3 shall be used.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-1I001285&LocID=142
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: cynthia.duncan@bep.treas.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487406)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 69--Training Aids and Devices
OFFADD: III CORPS AND FORT HOOD CONTRACTING COMMAND, BUILDING
  1001 761ST TANK BATTALION AVE, FORT HOOD, TX, 76544-5025
SUBJECT: 69--TRAINING AIDS AND DEVICES
SOL DAKF48-00-Q-0157
DUE 083100
POC Contract Specialist, Edna M. Smith, 254-287-3808
DESC: Purchase of 6 each (box) Aimtest CAL .50 Inbore 1005-01-464-2468
  Aimtest Advanced Inbore Marksmanship Training Enhancement System
  for Tanks. Updated to be compatible with all Abrams fire control
  systems and uses the recently fielded. 50 caliber SLAP-T (Sabot
  Light Armor Penetrating-Tracer) ammunition that is ballistically
  matched to 120mm ammunition out to a range of 2,000 meter.
  API-T ammunition can also be used with a ballistic match out
  to 1,400 meter. The SIC code is 3489 and the small business
  size standard is 500 employees. In accordance with FAR 13.106-1(b),
  this acquisition will be solicited from a single source. Interested
  persons may identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirement or submit quotes. This notice of intent
  is not a request for competitive quotes. However, all quotes
  received within eight days after date of publication of this
  synopsis will be considered by the Government. The tentative
  issue date is 24 August 2000 with a tentative closing date
  of 31 August 2000. Request for this solicitation will be accepted
  by facsimile at (254) 287-5354 or email at Edna.Smith@hood.army.mil.See
  Numbered Note(s) 1.***
LINKURL: cbdnet.access.gpo.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: sue.everts@hood.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487004)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: National Archives and Records Administration, Acquisitions
  Services Division (NAA), 8601 Adelphi Road, Room 3360, College
  Park, MD 20740-6001
SUBJECT: 70--COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE!!
SOL NAMA-00-R-0015!!
DUE 092000
POC POC Ms. Esther Carey, Contract Specialist (301) 713-6755
  x223 or Contracting Officer, Ms. Sylvia Edwards (301) 713-6755
  x222!!
DESC: This is a modification to the synopsis entitled NAMA-00-R-0015
  - COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT SOFEWARE which was posted on July
  27, 2000. You are notified that the following changes are made:
  All responsible sources may submit a proposal that will be
  considered by NARA. Copies of the RFP, which will be available
  on August 21, 2000, may be obtained by writing to the National
  Archives and Records Administration, Acquisition Services Division
  (NAA), Room 3360, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, Maryland,
  20740-6001, ATTN: Ms. Esther Carey, Telephone no. 301-713-6755
  x 223, Fax 301-713-6910. Telephone requests will not be honored.
  For your proposal to be considered responsive, you must submit
  the proposal not later than 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time September
  20, 2000.*****
CITE: (W-229 SN486942)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 70--ARITHMETIC UNIT,COM
SOL N0038300RP535
DUE 092600
POC Contact Point, Lee M Wagman, 0222.05, (215)697-0316, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-7021-01-352-5027-GF, Ref Nr AP502-512-04-14B-01
  (AP508), Qty 6 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". , there are no
  drawings available. See note 26, See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-230 SN487037)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: National Institute of Standards & Technology, Acquisition
  & Assistance Div.,100 Bureau Drive Stop 3572, Bldg. 301, Rm
  B117, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-3572
SUBJECT: 70--ELECTROMAGNETIC MODELING SOFTWARE
SOL 53SBNB060144
DUE 090100
POC Anita Tolliver, Contract Specialist/Contracting Officer,
  (301) 975-6308, Fax (301) 963-7732
DESC: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  has a requirement for a quantity of one (1) software package
  that is Electromagnetic Modeling software suitable for computation
  of the scattering parameters due to millimeter-scale objects
  (samples) in coaxial and rectangular waveguides in the frequency
  range from .5 GHz to 20 GHz. The Contractor shall provide one-year
  of user telephone support, a one-year warranty on the software,
  and two (2) sets of printed manuals detailing the installation
  and use of the software. The Request for Quotation will include
  the additional specifications. The Government anticipates that
  a modified commercial off-the-shelf software package can fulfill
  its needs. Therefore, this is an acquisition of commercial
  items under FAR Part 12 and the Request for Quotation is being
  issued utilizing FAR Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Procedures.
  Required delivery is FOB Destination (Gaithersburg, MD) within
  30 days after award. The Government anticipates the award of
  a firm-fixed price purchase order. The award will be based
  on technical acceptability, past performance and price. The
  Request for Quotation package will be issued on or about August
  18, 2000 with quotes due within 15 calendar days thereafter.
  Please fax your request for a copy of the Request for Quotation
  to the attention of Anita Tolliver at fax number (301) 963-7732.
  This requirement is 100% set-aside for small business. The
  Standard Industrial Classification Code is 7372 with a size
  standard of $18 million. See Numbered Note 1. 
LINKURL: http://www.nist.gov/admin/od/contract/contract.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Contract@nist.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487166)

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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--SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY - INTENT TO AWARD
SOL 6TSA-00-JMT-0129
DUE 082400
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
DESC: The General Services Administration intends to issue a
  contract to Systems Technology under the authority of FAR 6.302-1
  through solicitation number 6TSA-00-JMT-0129. 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 provide equipment
  and training in a parachute descent simulator designed specifically
  by Systems Technology for the Air Force Training and Tactics
  Division, Aircrew Life Support Systems, Robins Air Force Base
  GA. 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 4:00 p.m.,
  CST, 8/24/00 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.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=6TSA-00-JMT-0129&LocID=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487197)

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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--CANDLE SOFTWARE LICENSING
SOL 24-0-17963
POC Pamela A. Miller
DESC: The Bureau of the Census intends to negotiate and award
  a sole source purchase order, utilizing simplified acquisition
  procedures (under FAR 13.5) to Candle Corporation, P.O. Box
  92278, Chicago, IL 60675 for 15 ea. Intelliwatch Pinnacle Enterprise
  for NT Non-Partitioned Licenses. The intent of this synopsis
  is for informational purposes only, and is not a request for
  competitive quotations; no solicitation will be issued. Any
  inquiries concerning this requirement are to be submitted in
  writing or fax to Pamela Miller on (301)457-8465 
CITE: (W-230 SN487212)

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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 the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS), National Office Procurement (A:P), 6009 Oxon Hill Road,
  Suite 700, Oxon Hill, MD, 20745
SUBJECT: 70--TELEFILE MAINTENANCE
SOL TIRNO-00-R-00037
DUE 082500
POC Nicolete Veno, Contract Speialist, Phone 202-283-1232, Fax
  202-283-0610, Email nicolete.c.veno@irs.gov - Michelle Faseru,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 202-283-1192, Fax 202-283-0610,
  Email
DESC: The purpose of this modification is to correct the Point
  of Contact e-mail address to read: Nicolete.C.Veno@irs.gov
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=TIRNO-00-R-00037&LocID=1764
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: nicolete.c.veno@irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487217)

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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--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
SOL 6TSA-00-JMT-0130
DUE 082400
POC June Thomas, Procurement Assistant, Fax (816) 823-3322, Email
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 and following
  the simplified acquisition procedures in FAR part 13.5. This
  announcement constitutes the only solicitation: proposals are
  being requested and A WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL NOT BE ISSUED.
  Solicitation number 6TSA-00-JMT-0130 is being issued as a request
  for proposals (RFP). The solicitation document and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular (FAC) 97-14. This procurement is for the
  following: CLIN 1: Global Satcom down converter, GST-3B-DN,
  QTY 1. This procurement is for Camp Smith Hawaii, 96861-4120.
  Please include all requirements on quotations. No partial quotes.
  No substitutions. Indicate FOB destination on quote (shipping
  included in price). The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors, applies to this acquisition. Evaluation is based
  on best value including past performance, cost and ability
  to meet service requirements. 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. In addition to the guidance contained
  in FAR 52.212-4, contractors shall submit proof of delivery
  with their invoices. Proof of delivery may be in the form of
  a bill of lading or other shipping document signed by the receiving
  office. Invoices received without proof of delivery will not
  be accepted. The clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and
  Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items, applies to this acquisition. Offers are due by close
  of business August 24, 2000, and can be submitted by fax to
  816-823-3322, Attn: June Thomas or email june.thomas@gsa.gov.
  Inquiries regarding the solicitation will only be accepted
  via FAX or email.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=6TSA-00-JMT-0130&LocID=211
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: june.thomas@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487261)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Fleet And Industrial Supply Center Seal Beach Detachment,
  Naval Weapons Station, Supply Dept., Bldg. 239, Code 210J,
  800 Seal Beach Blvd., Seal Beach, CA 90740
SUBJECT: 70--REPLACEMENT CARDS FOR TRACKING RADAR EMITTER SYSTEMS
SOL N00244-00-T-1292
DUE 082500
POC Contract Specialist, Iris Washington (562) 626-7375 , FAX
  (562) 626-7479
DESC: 1. Lockheed Martin CCA Fault, P/N 91101006-2 (2 ea), CCA
  Interface, P/N 91101017-1 (2 ea), P/S Control Board, P/N 91101097-1
  (2 ea), CCA, P/N 91101133-1 (2 ea), CCA, P/N 91101155-1 (2
  ea), RIP CCR 96(V9), P/N 15620-01 (2) ea. Lockheed Martin Services
  Inc, Las Vegas, NV. A non competit8ive procurement is anticipated
  due to items being compatible with existing equipment, which
  Lockheed Martin holds proprietary rights. Written RFQ will
  be issued via SAP procedures. Anticipated award date is August
  25, 2000. 
LINKURL: http://www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
  Diego
EMAILADD: washington.iris@sbeach.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487272)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: ESC/SRK-2,29 Building 1102C, Randolph Road, Hanscom AFB,
  MA = 01731
SUBJECT: 70--AIRBORNE BROADCAST INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM
SOL F19628-00-R-0051
POC Capt Larena Sellers, Contract Specialist, (718)377- 5595;
  = Kathleen A. Munroe, Contracting Officer (781)377-3956
DESC:  Notice of Contract Action: Reference Commerce Business
  Daily Synopsis, Issue No. PSA 2534, dated 15 Feb 00, titled
  70 General-Purpose = Information Technology Equipment-Potential
  Sources Sought. The Government intends = to award a contract
  for up to 20 Airborne Broadcast Intelligence (ABI) Integrated
  Hardware Systems and related site surveys, Contractor = Logistics
  Support (CLS), Training and Material Support to Boeing Co.
  Fairfax, VA. The proposed contract action is for integrated
  hardware systems and related site surveys, CLS, and material
  support for which the = Government intends to solicit and negotiate
  with only one source under authority = of FAR 6.302-1 entitled
  "Only one responsible source and no other supplies = or services
  will satisfy agency requirements". Authorization to do this
  = is contained under 10 U.S.C. 2304=A9(1). This contract action
  represents = a follow-on contract for which the Government
  considers that an award to any source other than = the Boeing
  Company would likely result in substantial duplication of cost
  = that is not expected to be recovered through competition
  or unacceptable = delays in fulfilling the Government's requirements.
  Award of the contract and = the placement of orders and/or
  exercise of option(s) for the ABI Systems is subject to Joint
  Tactical Radio System (JTRS) waiver as mandated by OSD/C3I.
  This notice of intent is not a request = for competitive proposals,
  but rather a notice of the Government's intent. The Government
  intends = to issue a solicitation on or about 1 Oct 00. Award
  of this contract will = be made on or about 15 Nov 00. Additional
  information may be obtained = from the POC/Contracting Officer
  listed above. The Government will consider proposals from all
  responsible sources. =20 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. See Notes 22 and 26.
LINKURL: http://www.herbb.hanscom.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: larena.sellers@hanscom.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487297)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 55 CONS,
  101 Washington Sq Bldg 40, Offutt AFB, NE, 68113-2107
SUBJECT: 70--WEATHER DATA FEED
SOL Reference-Number-F4AFWA01230999
DUE 082800
POC Mark Hagood, Contract Specialist, Phone 402-294-9811, Fax
  402-232-6571, Email mark.hagood@offutt.af.mil - Susan Cummings,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 402-294-4098, Fax 402-232-6571,
  Email
DESC: UNFUNDED REQUIREMENT-NOTICE OF INTENT. IF FUNDING BECOMES
  AVAILABLE, the 55th Contracting Office, Offutt AFB NE intends
  to issue a brand-name purchase order under the Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures for a Unisys Commercial Weather Data for 300 consecutive
  users. The basic service required is as follows: Unisys Basic
  Service-NWS Alpha numeric data-family of service, NEXRAD NIDS,GOES
  Imagery, Unisys satellite communications delivery,ISDN Phone
  line, Unisys ISD back-up service, 128Kb/s. Any responsible
  firm that feels it has the capability to provide these items/service
  may contact TSgt Mark Hagood, Contract Specialist, at 402-294-9811
  no later than 28 August 00. The government will not pay for
  information submitted in response to this publication.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=Reference-Number-F4AFWA01230999&LocID=601
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: mark.hagood@offutt.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487317)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 70--General-Purpose Information Technology Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
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: 70--TELEFILE MAINTENANCE
SOL TIRNO-00-R-00037
DUE 082500
POC Nicolete Veno, Contract Speialist, Phone 202-283-1232, Fax
  202-283-0610, Email nicolete.veno@ccmail.irs.gov - Michelle
  Faseru, Contracting Officer, Phone 202-283-1192, Fax 202-283-0610,
  Email
DESC: The Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service
  (IRS) is seeking sources to acquire Contractor provided support
  services from only GSA Schedule vendors to include CMM software
  development for new and existing applications, applications
  testing, maintenance of new and existing applications, voice
  recording of system messages, general technical and consulting
  support, software documentation, and training (Note: For sources
  sought a complete description of these support services may
  be found at http://procurement.irs.gov). This sources sought
  notice has been prepared in accordance with FAR 5.207, Preparation
  and transmittal of synopses. The Telefile systems are installed
  at the following sites (sites may be added or changed during
  the contract life) 1) Cincinnati Service Center; 2) Tennessee
  Computing; 3) Ogden Service Center and 4) IRS National Office.
  It is the IRS_s intent to establish a Blanket Purchase Agreement
  (BPA) for support of the IRS_s Telefile Integrated Voice Response
  System (IVRS). The Telefile IVRS includes the Voice Processing
  System (VPS/is2), referred to as the system throughout this
  document, the Program Development System (PDS), and the Centralized
  Network Management System (CNMS). The estimated quantities
  of support services will be specified in the Request for Proposal.
  The delivery schedule for these services will be negotiated
  on a task by task basis. This system is designed to allow taxpayers
  to use a telephone to file their income tax. Presently using
  Telefile, taxpayers can file Individual Master File (IMF) and
  Business Master File(BMF) tax returns, and Kentucky and Indiana
  residents can use the system to file their State income taxes
  returns. IMF, BMF, and State programs are referred to herein
  as the _applications._ The resultant Blanket Purchase Agreement
  (BPA) against the GSA Schedule will cover a base year, plus
  four- (4) one-year option periods commencing 10/01/00 to 9/30/05.
  Current System Overview _ The Telefile system is the aggregate
  of the VPS/is, the PDS, and CNMS, and the Government-furnished
  host. The Telefile system design reflects a client/server architecture,
  with the server programming residing on the Government-furnished
  host. The VPS/is and PDS are connected to the host via an Ethernet
  (10BaseT) LAN. All data transport between the VPS/is PDS and
  host is accomplished using TCP/IP. All VPS/is and PDS components
  are connected to the CNMS via a Government-furnished WAN and
  are controlled by the Contractor-supported CNMS. The VPS/is
  accepts the incoming calls through FTS2000 interfaces or local
  telephone companies. Each caller is prompted by a series of
  messages to enter certain identifying information and a query
  is routed to a host for a match. The information on eligible
  taxpayers is extracted from the masterfile and loaded to the
  database on the centralized Government-furnished host minicomputer
  before the filing season. A check is made on the host database
  to ensure that a return has not already been filed and that
  the maximum number of filing attempts has not been reached
  for that taxpayer. For eligible filers, the VPS/is then gathers
  the tax information from the caller. When the tax data has
  been captured, it is transferred to the host minicomputer for
  tax calculation. The resulting data is transferred to the VPS/is.
  The VPS/is, using voice synthesis, identifies the amount of
  the refund to the taxpayers or balance due to the Government
  and requests verification of the intent to file. If the caller
  verifies the intent to file, the complete tax record is transferred
  to the host for posting to the SQL-based database. When the
  tax record is inserted into the database, the host generates
  a confirmation number, which is sent to the VPS/is and is provided
  to the caller. Software Development _ The Government may request
  on an as needed basis, the contractor to develop and deliver
  new application software as well as maintain existing application
  software currently running in the production environment. All
  application software developed by the contractor must meet
  the following requirements: 1) the contractor shall develop
  all application software using Periphonics PeriProducer, Version
  2.00 or greater and PeriStudio, Version 2.00.054; 2) all application
  software developed by the Contractor must execute on the VPS/is2
  platforms that reside at the IRS sites (Cincinnati Service
  Center Covington, KY; Tennessee Computing Center, Memphis,
  TN; Ogden Service Center, Ogden UT; IRS _ National Office,
  Lanham, MD), 3) All application software developed by the Contractor
  must be reviewed and certified as VPS/is2 Production Ready
  by the contractor responsible for maintaining the VPS/is2 systems
  for the IRS; 4) The Contractor must be CMM Level II certified
  and, upon request demonstrate that certification to the Government
  for all software development related activities. The Contractor
  shall provide the Government with software documentation (including
  source code, object code, job control, etc) for any software
  that is written by the Contractor as a result of this BPA.
  The Contractor shall also provide software documentation (including
  source code, object code, job control, etc.) for any other
  software that is required by the Government for it to maintain
  the TeleFile system. *Voice Recordings _ It is anticipated
  that new voice recordings will be required on an annual basis
  for each application in preparation for the upcoming filing
  season. The Contractor shall provide voice-recording services
  as described in the Statement of Work, IRS Web page http://procurement.irs.gov.
  The Government will request the Contractor to provide these
  services. * General and Technical and Consulting Support _
  shall be provided in the areas of applications developers support
  1) IRS Integration, Test and Control Center and Software version
  and documentation control. 2) Maintenance of Government sponsored
  alterations or additions and 3) miscellaneous system support.
  * Software Documentation and *Training. Only offerors who can
  provide the services as identified herein and as supplemented
  with additional information (Statement of Work, See IRS Web
  page http://procurement.irs.gov) against their GSA Schedule
  Contract are requested to respond to this notice. It is the
  Government_s intent to award a Single Blanket Purchase Agreement
  (BPA) against the successful offeror_s GSA Schedule in support
  of this requirement. The BPA shall be established with the
  schedule Contractor that represents the best value and meets
  the Government_s needs. Technical and past performance, when
  combined is significantly more than price. The BPA will be
  awarded on a Fixed Price Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity
  basis. Please reference Solicitation Number TIRNO-00-R-00037.
  The Statement of Work to this notice can be found on the IRS
  Web page http://procurement.irs.gov. This Sources sought synopsis
  is for information and planning purposes and does not constitute
  a solicitation for bids or a request for proposal. Responses
  to this sources sought may be emailed to Nicolete Veno @ Nicolete.C.Veno@irs.gov
  or Michelle Faseru at Michelle.Faseru@irs.gov or via facsimile
  on (202) 283-0610 no later than seven calendar days from date
  of publication of this notice.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=R&ProjID=TIRNO-00-R-00037&LocID=1764
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: nicolete.veno@ccmail.irs.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487210)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 72--Household and Commercial Furnishing and Appliances
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: 72--VARIOUS KITCHEN APPLIANCES
SOL M00146-00-R-0023
DUE 082300
POC Sherry Kelly, Contract Specialist, 252-466-7765, or Anna
  O'Brien, Procurement Technician, 252-466-2845/Fax 252-466-3571
DESC: This amendment is to correct information and change proposal
  due date in CBD Notice No. 478113. Change the model number
  shown for CLINS 0004, 0012 and 0020 to read GE Model #JCP67YWW.
  The closing date for receipt of proposals is extended to 23
  August 2000. All other information in CBD Notice No. 478113
  remains the same. For information regarding this solicitation,
  contact Sherry Kelly at 252-466-7765 (e-mail: kellysl@cherrypoint.usmc.mil)
  or Anna O'Brien at 252-466-2845. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487114)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 72--Household and Commercial Furnishing and Appliances
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Puget Sound Health
  Care System (663/90C), 1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle, WA 98108
SUBJECT: 72--POWER SOAK SINK
SOL IFB 663-88-00
POC Susan Cowin, Contracting Officer, (206)764-2508
DESC: The VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, 1660 So. Columbian
  Way, Seattle, Washington, has a requirement for a Metcraft,
  model #FPS-0010, Stainless Steel Power Soak Sink, or equal,
  made from 14 G stainless steel, 315.625"L X 43"W X 46.6"H and
  an Armco mobile pot and pan rack. To be installed in accordance
  with solicitation documents. Existing sink to be removed and
  disposed of. Solicitation to issued on or about August 30,
  2000. Bids are due on or about September 15, 2000. Only written
  requests will be accepted and may be faxed to (206)764-2565
  and must indicate a point of contact and telephone number.
  Please reference IFB No. 663-88-00. The Standard Industrial
  Code for this procurement is 3431. 
EMAILADD: susan.cowin@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (W-230 SN487235)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 72--Household and Commercial Furnishing and Appliances
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Puget Sound Health
  Care System (663/90C), 1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle, WA 98108
SUBJECT: 72--POWER SOAK SINK
SOL 663-88-00
POC Susan Cowin, Contracting Officer, (206)764-2508
DESC: Solicitation 663-88-00 is modified as follows: This procurement
  is 100% set- aside for small business. See Numbered Note 1.

EMAILADD: susan.cowin@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487280)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 72--Household and Commercial Furnishing and Appliances
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 43rd
  CONS, 1443 Reilly Rd, Suite C, Pope AFB, NC, 28308-2896
SUBJECT: 72--CARPET PURCHASE
SOL F31601-00-T0461
DUE 090100
POC Lisa Martin, Contract Specialist, Phone (910) 394-6512, Fax
  (910) 394-6259, Email lisa.martin@pope.af.mil - John Howard,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (910) 394-6638, Fax (910) 394-6279,
  Email john.howard@pope.af.mil
DESC: DESC: This is combined synopsis/Request for Quotation (RFQ)
  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 quotation. Quotes are being requested and a written quotation
  will not be issued. This acquisition is a 100% set-aside for
  small businesses and the applicable Standard Industrial Code
  (SIC) is 2273. This requirement is a purchase for 1940 square
  yard of carpet. The carpet's color is 283 Abalone, the Style
  number is Festival 2830, and the Manufacturer is J & J Industries.
  There are several provisions and clauses that apply to this
  acquisition. The first provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors-Commercial Items, is applicable to this acquisition.
  There is an addendum to paragraph (h) in this provision. We
  will not be making multiple awards, just a single award. Provision
  52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Items, is hereby incorporated
  with the following evaluation factors to be included in paragraph
  (a) technical capability of offered items to meet agency requirement,
  price, and past performance. Offerors must include with their
  offer a completed copy of the provisions at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representation and Certifications-Commercial Items. The next
  clause is 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items. Clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items,
  shall also be incorporated into the contract. FAR 52.232-33,
  Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer- Central Contractor Registration;
  DFARS 252.204-7004, Required Central Contractor Registration;
  DFARS 252.212-7000 and the following subclauses under DFARS
  252.212-7001 also apply: DFARS 252.225-7001, 252.225-7036,
  and 252.227.7015. The carpet must be delivered not later than
  24 Sep 00. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which,
  if received in a timely manner, will be considered by this
  agency. All quotes are due into 43 Contracting Squadron office
  by close of business, 4:15 pm, 1 Sep 00. Questions can be addressed
  to Marie Nieves at (910)394-6254. Quotes can be faxed to 910-394-6279,
  ATTN: Marie Nieves, or e-mailed to
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F31601-00-T0461&LocID=534
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: lisa.martin@pope.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487372)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 73--Food Preparation and Serving Equipment
OFFADD: DOI, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Southwest Regional Office,
  Albuquerque Area Office, 615 1st Street, NW, P.O. Box 26567,
  Albuquerque, NM 87125-6567
SUBJECT: 73--FOOD SERVICES FOR NORTHERN PUEBLOS AGENCY SCHOOLS
SOL BIA-M00-00-12
POC Virginia Chee, Contract Specialist, Southwest Regional Office,
  Albuquerque, NM (505)346-7555
DESC:  CANCELLATION: Northern Pueblos Agency Schools, Sol. BIA-M00-00-12
  for food services at San Ildefonso Day School, Santa Clara
  Day School, Taos Day School, and Te Tsu Geh Oweenge Day School
  is hereby withdrawn and revoked in its entirety. 
LINKURL: http://swr-hq.nm.bia.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: VirgieChee@bia.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486984)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 75--Office Supplies and Devices
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Bldg 588, Mail Stop 32, Naval Air Warfare
  Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD 20670-5304
SUBJECT: 75--NOTEBOOK COMPUTERS WITH ACCESSORIES
SOL N00421-00-Q-0486
DUE 083100
POC Contract Specialist, Jamie Billig (301) 757-9743; Contracting
  Officer, Matt Mobley (301) 757-9742
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD)
  at Patuxent River, Maryland, has a requirement for four (4)
  400 MegaHertz (MHz) Ultrabook Iii notebook computers in support
  of the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia.
  Each notebook computer must feature a 14.1" Active Liquid Crystal
  Display (LCD), a 12 GigaByte (GB) removable storage device,
  and 256 MegaBytes (MB) of Random Access Memory (RAM). Four
  (4) portable Compact Disk Read Only Memory (CD ROM) drives
  for the Ultrabook Iii and four (4) travel floppy drives for
  the Ultrabook Iii are needed. In addition, Solaris 2.5.1 on
  CD ROM, Solaris 2.7 installed, and one-year factory warranties
  are required. The applicable SIC code is 3571. In order to
  meet this requirement, the Government intends to issue Request
  for Quotation (RFQ) N00421-00-Q-0486 on a competitive basis.
  All requests for the subject RFQ must be received no later
  than fifteen (15) days from this synopsis. Requests can be
  mailed to Mr. Jamie Billig, Contract Specialist, at Contracts,
  Code AIR 254349, Building 588, Suite 2, Naval Air Warfare Center
  Aircraft Division, 47253 Whalen Road, Unit 588, Patuxent River,
  MD 20670-1463. Requests can also be faxed to (301) 342-1864.
  For information or questions regarding this notice, please
  contact Mr. Jamie Billig by telephone at (301) 757-9743, or
  by email at billigjd@navair.navy.mil.
EMAILADD: billigjd@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486943)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 75--Office Supplies and Devices
OFFADD: Contracts Group, Bldg 588, Mail Stop 32, Naval Air Warfare
  Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River, MD 20670-5304
SUBJECT: 75--COMPUTER SYSTEMS, FLAT PANEL LEC MONITORS, POWER
  SUPPLIES, AND CUSTOM CASES
SOL N00421-00-Q-0485
DUE 083100
POC Contract Specialist, Dan Butler (301) 757-9733; Contracting
  Officer, Matt Mobley (301) 757-9742
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD)
  at Patuxent River, Maryland, has a requirement for four (4)
  Panasonic Toughbook 71 Computer Systems in support of the Marine
  Corps Warfighting Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia. Each of
  these computer systems must include the following components:
  Port Replicator Number (P/N): CF-VEB711, Pentium III 450 MegaHertz
  (MHz) Central Processing Unit (CPU), Network Combo Card, 256
  MegaBytes (MB) of Random Access Memory (RAM), and a minimum
  10 GigaByte (GB) Hard Disk drive. Also required are four (4)
  NEC MultiSync 2010 Black Bezel Flat Panel LEC Monitors (P/N:
  LCD 2010-BK), four (4) APC "Back-UPS 300"; 300 Volt/180 Watt
  Uninterruptible Power Supplies, and four (4) custom Hardigg
  cases to house the equipment listed above. The applicable SIC
  code is 3571. In order to meet this requirement, the Government
  intends to issue Request for Quotation (RFQ) N00421-00-Q-0485
  on a competitive basis. All requests for the subject RFQ must
  be received no later than fifteen (15) days from this synopsis.
  Requests can be mailed to Mr. Dan Butler, Contract Specialist,
  at Contracts, Code AIR 254344, Building 588, Suite 2, Naval
  Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, 47253 Whalen Road, Unit
  588, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1463. Requests can also be faxed
  to (301) 342-1864. For information or questions regarding this
  notice, please contact Dan Butler by telephone at (301) 757-9733
  or by email at ButlerDL2@navair.navy.mil.
EMAILADD: ButlerDL2@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN486968)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 76--Books, Maps and Other Publications
OFFADD: The Library Of Congress, Contracts & Logistics Service,
  COTR: Morgan Day, C&L, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington,
  DC 20540-9410
SUBJECT: 76--RECORDED CASSETTE BOOKS
SOL S-LC01015
DUE 092000
POC Charlotte Mathis, Contracting Officer, (202) 707-8606
DESC: The Library of Congress is issuing an Invitation For Bid
  to duplicate, package, and distribute Audio Cassette Books
  for 15/16 ips playback in four-track monaural mode. The cassettes
  shall be produced and distributed in accordance with National
  Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped specifications
  for production and packaging audio materials. Master Tapes
  will be provided by the Library of Congress. WRITTEN REQUESTS
  for the solicitation ONLY will be accepted by fax, email, or
  U.S. Mail. Please be sure to include your company name, telephone
  number, fax number and contact person. Fax: (202) 707-8611,
  email: cmathis@loc.gov
CITE: (W-230 SN487072)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 78--Recreational and Athletic Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Altus AFB Contracting Squadron, 205 S 6th St, Bldg
  318, Altus AFB, OK, 73523-5147
SUBJECT: 78--ELLIPTICAL FITNESS CROSS-TRAINER WITH UPPER BODY
  & CONTACT HEART RATE OR EQUAL
SOL F34612-00-QQ024
DUE 082400
POC David Clonts, Contract Specialist, Phone 580-481-7261, Fax
  580-481-7472, Email David.Clonts@altus.af.mil - Leo Baseggio,
  Chief, Base Support Flight (A FLT), Contracting Officer, Phone
  580-481-7261, Fax 580-481-7472, Email leo.baseggio@altus.af.mil
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 IS A NON-FUNDED REQUIREMENT, ALTHOUGH
  FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THIS
  ANNOUNCEMENT CONSTITUTES THE ONLY SOLICITATION. A quotation
  is being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.
  Solicitation number F34612-00-QQ024 is hereby issued as a Request
  for Quotation. The incorporated provisions and clauses are
  those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-19.
  This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Small Business and is
  under Standard Industrial Classification code 3939, with a
  small business size standard of 500. The requirement calls
  for the following: Three (3) Each, Precor Elliptical EFX 556,
  Commercial Fitness Cross-trainer with Upper Body & Contact
  Heart Rate or Equal. Suggested brand and source is Precor located
  at 20001 North Creek Parkway, P.O. Box 3004 Bothell, Washington
  98041. If quoting on an equal, must provide manufacturer and
  part number. If item is under GSA contract, please furnish
  GSA contract number. Please send any questions or requests
  to 97CONS/LGCA, ATTN: David Clonts, 205 S. 6th St. Bldg. 318,
  Altus AFB, OK 73523-5147. You may also call P.O.C. at (580)
  481-7261, send a fax to (580) 481-7472, or e-mail at David.Clonts@altus.af.mil.
  The following clauses and provisions are incorporated and are
  to remain in full force in any resultant purchase order: FAR
  Clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items,
  (Nov 1999). It is incorporated by reference and applies to
  this acquisition. It is amended to read: Submit signed and
  dated offer to 97 CONS/LGCA, 205 s. 6th St Bldg. 318, Altus
  AFB, OK 73523-5147 at or before 1630 (4:30 p.m.) CST, 24 Aug
  2000. Submit signed and dated quotations on company letterhead
  or quotation form. Quotations may be faxed to (580) 481-7472.
  Offers on this acquisition shall be evaluated on the basis
  of price factors only. The government reserves the right to
  make award without discussions. If a copy of the provisions
  is needed, please request from David Clonts, and a copy will
  be faxed. FAR clause 52.212-4 (May 1999), Contract Terms and
  Conditions-Commercial Items, is incorporated by reference and
  applies to this acquisition with the following addendum: DFARS
  252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration (Mar
  1998). The clause at 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial
  Items (Sep 1999) applies to this acquisition and is incorporated
  by reference. Paragraph (b) of the clause incorporates by reference
  the following FAR clauses: 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755),
  52.233-3, Protest After Award (31 U.S.C. 3553), 52.222-21,
  Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999), 52.222-26,
  Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action
  for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam era, 52.222-36,
  Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793),
  52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
  of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212), 52.225-18, European Sanctions
  for End Products (E.O. 12849), 52.232-33, Payment by Electric
  Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332),
  DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American Act and Balance of Payments
  Program, (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O 10582). A Firm-Fixed Price
  purchase order will be issued in writing. No telephonic responses
  will be processed. If you have previously bid on this item,
  DO NOT RESUBMIT YOUR BID. THIS IS A NON-FUNDED REQUIREMENT
  BUT FUNDS ARE ANTICIPATED, NO FUNDS ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
  MFR 8-16-2000 The line requiring 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications to be provided with the quote.... was deleted.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=M&ProjID=F34612-00-QQ024&LocID=513
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: David.Clonts@altus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486951)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 78--Recreational and Athletic Equipment
OFFADD: ESC/PKOP, Services Branch, Operational Contracting Division,
  104 Barksdale St., Hanscom AFB, MA 01731-1806
SUBJECT: 78--TODDLER PLAYGROUND - BUILDING 1900
SOL F19650-00-Q0039
DUE 082900
POC Joanne Barrett, 781-377-3363, Laura A. Dionne, Contracting
  Officer, 781-377-2030
DESC: This amends previously published announcement. A site visit
  will be held at One McGauley Way, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts,
  on August 22, 2000 at 9:00 AM. Contact POC in advance. Offeror(s)
  are responsible for verifying measurements. Contract will be
  awarded as firm-fixed price.
LINKURL: http://www.herbb.hanscom.af.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: joanne.barrett@hanscom.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487106)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR NSN 8010-01-397-3985.
SOL 6FERP-N4-N-W-YE274-1
DUE 082800
POC David Jones, Contractor, Phone 816-926-5123, Fax 816-926-3678,
  Email david.jones@gsa.gov - Pam Waters, Contract Specialist,
  Phone (816) 823-1290, Fax (816) 926-3678, Email pam.waters@gsa.gov
DESC: The General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service,
  Hardware and Appliance Center, Sealant and Adhesives Division
  6FERP-N4, is requesting a price quote for one National Stock
  Number 8010-01-397-3985. Enamel, Aerosol Low VOC, Unit of issue,
  (U/I) pint (pt), IAW A-A-2787, Type II, color Gray, FED STD-595B.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=6FERP-N4-N-W-YE274-1&LocID=7
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: david.jones@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486953)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--REQUEST FOR QUOTATION FOR NSN 8010-00-582-5318.
SOL 6FERP-N4-N-W-YB281-1
DUE 082800
POC David Jones, Contractor, Phone 816-926-5123, Fax 816-926-3678,
  Email david.jones@gsa.gov - Pam Waters, Contract Specialist,
  Phone (816) 823-1290, Fax (816) 926-3678, Email pam.waters@gsa.gov
DESC: The General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service,
  Hardware and Appliance Center, Sealant and Adhesives Division
  6FERP-N4, is requesting a price quote for one National Stock
  Number 8010-00-582-5318. Primer Coating, Alkyd Base, One Component,
  Unit of issue, (U/I) gallon (gl), IAW TT-P-17578, Type I, Class
  C, Color T, Color Green, FED STD-595B.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=6FERP-N4-N-W-YB281-1&LocID=7
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: david.jones@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486969)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: Contracting Office, USPFO For Hawaii, 4208 Diamond Head
  Road, Honolulu, HI 96816-4495
SUBJECT: 81--NEW 20' CONTAINERS
SOL DAHA50-00-T-0002
DUE 090600
POC Sandra Staunton, Purchasing Agent, (808) 733-4318
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;
  proposals are being required and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The provisions and clauses in the RFQ are those
  in effect through FAC 97-13. The Office of the US Property
  and Fiscal Officer for Hawaii, Hawaii Army National Guard is
  looking to purchase TEN (10) NEW 20' Dry Storage Containers
  8'W x 8'6" H x 20' L. To be delivered to S4, HQ, 29th Support
  Battalion, Kalaeloa (Formally Barbers Point Naval Air Station),
  Bldg. 282, Ewa Beach, HI 96709, POC: LTC Blane Ogata, (808)
  733-4130. Delivery required within 60 days ARO. This procurement
  is set aside for small business only. The SIC code is 4226
  and the small business size standard for this procurement is
  500 employees. All contractors must be registered in the Central
  Contractors Registration database to be eligible for Department
  of Defense contract award and must be able to receive Electronic
  Funds Transfer (EFT). Quoters are encouraged to use the Standard
  Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items
  form found at http://procure.arc.nasa.gov to submit a quotation.
  Quoters shall provide the information required by FAR 52.212-3.
  if the end product(s) quoted is other than domestic end product(s)
  as defined in the clause entitled "Buy American Act--Supplies",
  the quoter shall state and list the country of orgin. The following
  FAR Clauses are applicable: FAR 52.212-1, Instruction to Offerors--Commercial,
  FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation--Commercial Items (NOTE: Evaluation
  factors for this procurement are: Technically Acceptable/Low
  Cost), FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial
  Items, and FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders--Commercial Items.
  These clauses may be obtained via the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/.
  Proposals must be received no later than 3:00 pm HST, 6 Sept
  2000. Proposal should be faxed to USPFO-HI, Purchasing and
  Contracting Division, Sandra Staunton at (808)733-4397. 
CITE: (W-229 SN487014)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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, GOLAN
  10 (PROTECT-CONTAINER)
SOL N00189-00-T-H737
DUE 090600
POC David C. Zareczny, Contracting Officer, Code 202A2A, (757)
  443-1431
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format prescribed in
  Subpart 12.6 of the FAR, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  request for quote for the required item. Proposals are hereby
  requested under RFQ N00189-00-T-H737, a subsequent solicitation
  document will not be issued. Acquisition Department at FISC
  Norfolk intends to purchase the following item, (1) 1 Each,
  Explosion Containment System, Model M10-GL (GOLAN 10), which
  is an upright cylindrical vessel, (Approved by DDESB, Department
  of Defense Explosive Safety Board, as a standard magazine).
  Dimensions; Diameter: 230 cm (7.7f), Height: 310 cm (10.3f),
  Hinged Door with clear opening of 50 cm-wide (1.67f) and 95
  cm high (3.2f), Weight: 5.5 metric tons (12,100 lbs.), Effective
  Storage Space: 1500 Litre, Protective Level: blast and fragments
  of charges up to 10kg.,T.N.T. equivalent (22 lbs.). Delivery
  will be 120 days/ARO or sooner. FOB Point is Destination to
  PORT of Naples, Italy. The U.S. Navy will pick up system from
  Port. Offers other than FOB Destination shall be ineligible
  for the award. The following FAR provisions and clauses apply
  to this solicitation and are incorporated by reference: FAR
  52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (MAR 2000),
  FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial
  Items (FEB 2000), FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items (MAY 1999), FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required To Implement Statutes or Executive Orders (APR 1999)
  (DEVIATION), FAR 52.215-5 Facsimile Proposals (OCT 1997), FAR
  52.232-33 Payment By Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor
  Registration (MAY 1999). The RFQ document, (N00189-00-T-H737),
  provisions and clauses which have been incorporated are those
  in effect through FAC 97-17. The following Defense FAR Supplement
  (DFAR) provisions and clauses apply to this solicitation and
  are incorporated by reference, with the exception of DFAR 252.204-7004
  which will be in full text. DFAR 252.225-7000 Buy American
  Act -Balance of Payments Program Certificate (SEP 1999), DFAR
  252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions
  of Commercial Items (APR 1999) (DEVIATION), DFAR 252.225-7001
  Buy American Act and Balance of Payments Program (MAR 1998),
  DFAR 252.204-7004, (MAR 2000), Required Central Contractor
  Registration, (a) Definitions. As used in this clause - (1)
  "Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database" means the
  primary DOD repository for contractor information required
  for the conduct of business with DOD. (2) "Data Universal Numbering
  System (DUNS) number" means the 9-digit number assigned by
  Dun and Bradstreet Information Services to identify unique
  business entities. (3) "Data Universal Numbering System +4
  (Duns+4) number" means the Duns number assigned by Dun and
  Bradstreet plus a 4-digit suffix that may be assigned by a
  parent (controlling) business concern. This 4 digit suffix
  may be assigned at the discretion of the parent business concern
  for such purposes as identifying subunits or affiliates of
  the parent business concern. (4) "Registered in the CCR database"
  means that all mandatory information, including the DUNS number
  or the Duns +4 number, if applicable, and the corresponding
  Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code, is in the CCR
  database; the DUNS number and the CAGE code have been validated;
  and all edits have been successfully completed. (b) (1) By
  submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement
  that a prospective awardee must be registered in the CCR database
  prior to award, during performance, and through final payment
  of any contract resulting from this solicitation, except for
  awards to foreign vendors for work to be performed outside
  the United States.(5) The offeror shall provide its DUNS or,
  if applicable, its DUNS +4 number with its offer, which will
  be used by the Contracting Officer to verify that the offeror
  is registered in the CCR database. (6) Lack of registration
  in the CCR database will make an offeror ineligible for award.
  (7) DOD has established a goal of registering an applicant
  in the CCR database within 48 hours after receipt of a complete
  and accurate application via the Internet. However, registration
  of an applicant submitting an application through a method
  other than the Internet may take up to 30 days. Therefore,
  offerors that are not registered should consider applying for
  registration immediately upon receipt of this solicitation.
  (c) The contractor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness
  of the data within the CCR, and for any liability resulting
  from the Government's reliance on inaccurate or incomplete
  data. To remain registered in the CCR database after the initial
  registration, the contractor is required to confirm on an annual
  basis that its information in the CCR database is accurate
  and complete. (d) Offerors and contractors may obtain information
  on registration and annual confirmation requirements by calling
  1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet at www.ccr.dlsc.dla.mil.
  At a minimum, responsible sources should provide this office:
  a price proposal on letterhead or a SF1449 for the requested
  item, with unit price, extended price, prompt payment terms,
  remittance address, Tax I.D. #, Duns #, Cage code, and a completed
  copy of FAR 52.212-3. Responses to this solicitation are due
  by Sep. 05,2000. Offers can be faxed to (757-443-1389/1333)
  or mailed to; Acquisition Department, Fleet & Industrial Supply
  Center, 1968 Gilbert St., Suite 600, Attn: David C Zareczny,
  Code 202A2A, Norfolk, VA.23511-3392. Reference RFQ N00189-00-T-H737,
  on your proposal. CBD Note 1 Applies.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487262)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
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, GOLAN
  10 (PROTECT-CONTAINER)
SOL N00189-00-T-H737
DUE 090600
POC David C. Zareczny, Contracting Officer, Code 202A2A, (757)
  443-1431
DESC: Amend the following combined synopsis/solicitation for
  commercial items which was posted on August 17, 2000, Submission
  No. 487262, to read, suggested source: Mistral Security Inc.,
  7910 Woodmont Avenue Suite 1070, Bethesda, MD 20814. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487266)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 81--Containers, Packaging and Packing Supplies
OFFADD: VA Palo Alto Healthcare Systems (640/90C), 3801 Miranda
  Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304-1290
SUBJECT: 81--VENTILATED CAGING SYSTEM FOR RODENTS
SOL 261-0202-00
DUE 090500
POC Lupe Arroyo, 650-493-5000 extension 64698
DESC: VISN 21 requires a Sealed Individually Ventilated Caging
  System and components for VA San Francisco, CA. No telephone
  requests or faxed offers will be accepted. Electronic solicitation
  may be obtained at no cost from the following URL address:
  http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm. Any amendments issued
  against this solicitation will also be available at the same
  URL address. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. If you encountered problems downloading
  or reading the file, please call Michelle Ranes at (202) 273-8829.
  SIC Code 3089 applies with size standard of 500 employees.
LINKURL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm. 
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lupe.arroyo@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-230 SN487379)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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, GOLAN
  10 (PROTECT-CONTAINER)
SOL N00189-00-T-H739
DUE 090600
POC David C. Zareczny, Contracting Officer, Code 202A2A, (757)
  443-1431
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format prescribed in
  Subpart 12.6 of the FAR, as supplemented with additional information
  included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the
  request for quote for the required item. Proposals are hereby
  requested under RFQ N00189-00-T-H739, a subsequent solicitation
  document will not be issued. Acquisition Department at FISC
  Norfolk intends to purchase on a sole source basis from Mistral
  Security Inc, 7910 Woodmont Ave Suite 1070, Bethesda, MD 20814,
  the following item, (1) 1 Each, Explosion Containment System,
  Model M10-GL (GOLAN 10), which is an upright cylindrical vessel,
  (Approved by DDESB, Department of Defense Explosive Safety
  Board, as a standard magazine). Dimensions; Diameter: 230 cm
  (7.7f), Height: 310 cm (10.3f), Hinged Door with clear opening
  of 50 cm-wide (1.67f) and 95 cm high (3.2f), Weight: 5.5 metric
  tons (12,100 lbs.), Effective Storage Space: 1500 Litre, Protective
  Level: blast and fragments of charges up to 10kg.,T.N.T. equivalent
  (22 lbs.). Delivery will be 120 days/ARO or sooner. FOB Point
  is Destination to PORT of Barcelona, Spain. The U.S. Navy will
  pick up system from Port. Offers other than FOB Destination
  shall be ineligible for the award. The following FAR provisions
  and clauses apply to this solicitation and are incorporated
  by reference: FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items (MAR 2000), FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and
  Certifications-Commercial Items (FEB 2000), FAR 52.212-4 Contract
  Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (MAY 1999), FAR 52.212-5
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders (APR 1999) (DEVIATION), FAR 52.215-5 Facsimile
  Proposals (OCT 1997), FAR 52.232-33 Payment By Electronic Funds
  Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (MAY 1999). The RFQ
  document, (N00189-00-T-H739), provisions and clauses which
  have been incorporated are those in effect through FAC 97-17.
  The following Defense FAR Supplement (DFAR) provisions and
  clauses apply to this solicitation and are incorporated by
  reference, with the exception of DFAR 252.204-7004 which will
  be in full text. DFAR 252.225-7000 Buy American Act -Balance
  of Payments Program Certificate (SEP 1999), DFAR 252.212-7001
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial
  Items (APR 1999) (DEVIATION), DFAR 252.225-7001 Buy American
  Act and Balance of Payments Program (MAR 1998), DFAR 252.204-7004,
  (MAR 2000), Required Central Contractor Registration, (a) Definitions.
  As used in this clause - (1) "Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR) database" means the primary DOD repository for contractor
  information required for the conduct of business with DOD.
  (2) "Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number" means the
  9-digit number assigned by Dun and Bradstreet Information Services
  to identify unique business entities. (3) "Data Universal Numbering
  System +4 (Duns+4) number" means the Duns number assigned by
  Dun and Bradstreet plus a 4-digit suffix that may be assigned
  by a parent (controlling) business concern. This 4 digit suffix
  may be assigned at the discretion of the parent business concern
  for such purposes as identifying subunits or affiliates of
  the parent business concern. (4) "Registered in the CCR database"
  means that all mandatory information, including the DUNS number
  or the Duns +4 number, if applicable, and the corresponding
  Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code, is in the CCR
  database; the DUNS number and the CAGE code have been validated;
  and all edits have been successfully completed. (b) (1) By
  submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement
  that a prospective awardee must be registered in the CCR database
  prior to award, during performance, and through final payment
  of any contract resulting from this solicitation, except for
  awards to foreign vendors for work to be performed outside
  the United States.(5) The offeror shall provide its DUNS or,
  if applicable, its DUNS +4 number with its offer, which will
  be used by the Contracting Officer to verify that the offeror
  is registered in the CCR database. (6) Lack of registration
  in the CCR database will make an offeror ineligible for award.
  (7) DOD has established a goal of registering an applicant
  in the CCR database within 48 hours after receipt of a complete
  and accurate application via the Internet. However, registration
  of an applicant submitting an application through a method
  other than the Internet may take up to 30 days. Therefore,
  offerors that are not registered should consider applying for
  registration immediately upon receipt of this solicitation.
  (c) The contractor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness
  of the data within the CCR, and for any liability resulting
  from the Government's reliance on inaccurate or incomplete
  data. To remain registered in the CCR database after the initial
  registration, the contractor is required to confirm on an annual
  basis that its information in the CCR database is accurate
  and complete. (d) Offerors and contractors may obtain information
  on registration and annual confirmation requirements by calling
  1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet at www.ccr.dlsc.dla.mil.
  At a minimum, responsible sources should provide this office:
  a price proposal on letterhead or a SF1449 for the requested
  item, with unit price, extended price, prompt payment terms,
  remittance address, Tax I.D. #, Duns #, Cage code, and a completed
  copy of FAR 52.212-3. Responses to this solicitation are due
  by Sep 06, 2000. Offers can be faxed to (757-443-1389/1333)
  or mailed to; Acquisition Department, Fleet & Industrial Supply
  Center, 1968 Gilbert St., Suite 600, Attn: David C Zareczny,
  Code 202A2A, Norfolk, VA.23511-3392. Reference RFQ N00189-00-T-H739,
  on your proposal. CBD Notes 1, and 22 Apply.   
CITE: (W-230 SN487415)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: U.S. Army Materiel Command, Natick Contracting Division,
  Attn: AMSSB-ACN, Natick, MA 01760-5011
SUBJECT: 84--INSULATED CAMOUFLAGE GAITERS
SOL DAAD16-00-T-1136
DUE 082800
POC Roberta Boswell (508)233-4946
DESC: The U.S. Army Robert Morris Acquisition Center, Natick
  Contracting Division, has a requirement for 2250 each Insulated
  camouflage gaiters. The Government anticipates that it will
  award a firm fixed price Purchase Order to Wiggy's Inc, Grand
  Junction, CO. This item will be used for test and evaluation
  factor's to find the best product for the Government. Delivery
  shall be 200 each no later than 15 October 2000, the balance
  due on/or before 31 December 2000. Delivery shall be F.O.B.
  Destionation. This acquisition is one hundred percent (100%
  set-aside for Small Business. The Standard Industrial Classification
  (SIC) for this procurement is 5139 and the Small Business Size
  Standard is 100. Questions concerning this synopsis can be
  directed to Ms. Roberta Boswell, Contract Specialist, at Roberta.Boswell
  @natick.army.mil. See Note 22. 
LINKURL: http://www.usa.gov/procurement/index.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Roberta.Boswell@natick.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487307)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: State Of Tennessee Purchasing Division, 3rd Floor Tennessee
  Tower, 312 Eighth Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37243-0557
SUBJECT: 84--UNIFORMS, SAFETY
SOL 2044502
POC Richard Mayfield 615/741-2025
DESC: pre-bid conference notification. All responsible sources
  may request a solicitation package. Telephone request at 615/741-0014
  or fax request at 615/741-0684. Please include company name,
  address, telephone number and federal id number. 
EMAILADD: ramafield@mail.state.tn.us
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-230 SN487412)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 87--Agricultural Supplies
OFFADD: Mesa Verde National Park, PO Box 8, Mesa Verde, CO 81330
SUBJECT: 87--SEEDS FOR RESEEDING FIRE AREAS IN SOUTHWEST COLORADO
SOL I149600B001
DUE 082800
POC Dixie L. Sparks 970-529-5099
DESC: This is a COMBINED synopsis/solicitation for commerical
  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 solicitation;
  costs are being requested and a written solicitation will not
  be issued. Solicitation # I149600B001 is being issued as IFB.
  This is full and open competion. Please bid on the following:
    Species of Seeds Total lbs. Cost Geograpic origin of seed
   Bouteloua gracilis/ 1284 $___________ __________________ 
   Sporobolus cryptandrus  Poa fendleriana 300 $___________
  __________________ Oryzopsis hymenoides 9514 $___________
  __________________ Agropyron trachycaulum 9144 $___________
  __________________ Agropyron smithii 7871 $___________ __________________
   Sitanion hystrix 5441 $___________ __________________ Bouteloua
  gracilis 200 $___________ __________________ Festuca arizonica
  629 $___________ __________________ Hilaria jamesii 163 $___________
  __________________ Koeleria cristata 415 $___________ __________________
   Stipa comata 1921 $___________ __________________ Price per
  lb to mix seed (7 different mixes) $_________________ Origin
  of seed must be from southwestern Colorado or, if not possible,
  comparable elevations in the Four Corners Area. Vendor must
  specify location of seed origin above. Seed must be certified
  NOXIOUS WEED FREE. Seed must have no less than 70% germinatin
  and 90% purity. Intert matter must not exceed 10%. No substitue
  species will be accepted. Delivery date is: September 20, 2000.
  Quoted prices must include shipping costs to Mesa Verde National
  Park. This is a ALL OR NOTHING contract. You must be able to
  provide all seed in the amounts needed. Bid is due AUGUST 28,
  2000 by 3p.m. MDT. May be faxed to 970-529-5084 or mailed to
  Mesa Verde National Park, PO Box 8, Mesa Verde, CO 81330 or
  UPS or FEDEX to Mesa Verde National Park, Maint Loading Dock,
  Mesa Verde, CO 81330. The following clauses apply to this acquisition:
  52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commerical; 52.212-3 Offeror
  Representations & Certifications-Commercial items (must be
  sent with offer); 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items. Any questions, please call Dixie Sparks 970-529-5099.

EMAILADD: dixie-sparks@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487257)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 87--Agricultural Supplies
OFFADD: Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/CGS,
  911 NE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-4181
SUBJECT: 87--FISH FOOD
SOL 10181-1-P002(VR)
DUE 092200
POC Vickie Ruggles, Contracting Officer 503-231-2391. For a bid
  package fax a request to Sandy Stevens at 503-231-6259 or email
  the CO at the address within this ad.
DESC: THIS IS A COMMERCIAL ITEM PROCUREMENT. Indefinate Delivery
  Indefinate Quantity for approximately 757,000 pounds of Pacific
  Salmon Semi-Moist, 257,000 pounds of Abernathy Dry Diet, and
  500,000 pounds of Hagerman Fish Food delivered to various national
  fish hatcheries in the Pacific Region. The approximate issue
  date is September 6, 00. The issue date is an estimate. Proposals
  will be due 15 days after the actual issue date. 
EMAILADD: vickie_ruggles@r1.fws.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487361)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, James A. Haley Veterans
  Hospital, AMMS (90C), 13000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Tampa, FL
  33612
SUBJECT: 89--MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
SOL 673-1-01
DUE 090700
POC Sam Wimbish, Contracting Officer (813) 972-7502, Judith McDowell
  (813) 972-7590
DESC: Contractor to provide milk and dairy products to VA Medical
  Centers located within VISN 8 at Bay Pines, Gainesville, Lake
  City, Miami, West Palm Beach, Florida and James A. Haley Veterans'
  Hospital, Tampa, Florida, for the period October 1, 2000 through
  September 30, 2001 with one optional additional year, FOB Destination.
  This is a commercial item procurement prepared in accordance
  with Federal Acquisition Regulation 12.6. A written solicitation
  will be issued as an Invitation for Bid on or about 8/24/00,
  SIC 2026. All requests for copies of the solicitation must
  be received in writing and submitted to the address above or
  faxed to (813) 903-4838. This procurement is subject to the
  availability of funds. Note #1 applies.
CITE: (W-230 SN487318)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 89--Subsistence (Food)
OFFADD: Directorate of Subsistance, Defense Supply Center Philadelphia,
  Attn: DPSC-HRUB, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111
SUBJECT: 89--BREAD AND BAKERY PRODUCTS
SOL SP0300-00-R-D058
DUE 092200
POC Pat Sadgwar, Contract Specialist, at 215-737-4491 or Raymond
  W. Poplas, Contracting Officer, at 215-737-5545
DESC: Sheppard, Randolph, Goodfellow, Dyess, Laughlin, Brooks,
  Kelly and Lackland AFBs,TX (Troop); Ft. Hood, TX (Troop); Gary
  Job Corps Center, TX; Ft. Sam Houston, TX (Troop); and NAS
  Ft. Worth, TX (Troop), require an indefinite quantity of Bread
  and Bakery Products for a delivery period beginning 01 January
  2001 and ending 31 December 2001 (12 months). This will be
  an Unrestricted Acquisition. All materials used in fabrication
  are to be furnished by the successful bidder(s). Facsimile
  may be transmitted via 215-737-9300, 9301, 9302 or 9303. All
  responsible sources may submit a proposal which shall be considered
  by the agency.
EMAILADD: psadgwar@dscp.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  list.
CITE: (W-230 SN487439)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Southwest Contracting Center MEDCOM, William Beaumont
  AMC, ATTN MCAA SW, 5005 N Piedras St, El Paso, TX 79920-5001
SUBJECT: 99--PROVIDE ORGANIST FOR CHURCH SERVICES
SOL DADA09-00-T-0461
DUE 083000
POC Alice Lopez, Contracting Office, WBAMC, FAX (915)569-2959
DESC: NOTE 1, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso,
  Texas 79920, has a requirement for an organist to provide services
  for Saturday and Sunday Catholic Masses, Special Saturday Catholic
  Masses, Protestant Sunday Worship Services, Holy Days and Special
  Services and Memorial Services for the period of 1 October
  2000 through 30 September 2001 and four one year option periods.
  All responsible small businesses may request a copy of the
  solicitation in writing as no telephonic requests will be accepted.

CITE: (W-229 SN486952)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 99--RESISTOR,DECADE
SOL N0010400RXA60
DUE 091500
POC Contact Point, Rick D Rhoades, 0214.16, (717)605-3234, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 0000-LL-TRP-1840, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, Ref Nr 720A-NV,
  Qty 19 EA, Deliver to Naval Air Interim Contractor Supply Beaufort
  SC, See Notes 9,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487025)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: FISC Norfolk Acq Group, Hampton Roads Detachment, 1968
  Gilbert St., Suite 600, Norfolk, VA 23511-3392
SUBJECT: 99--INSTALLATION OF PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND SURFACING
  AND REMOVAL OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT
SOL N00189-00-T-H735
POC Nicole Wohl (757) 443-1450
DESC: The government intends to negotiate a firm fixed price
  contract for the removal of existing playground equipment and
  the purchase and installation of new playground equipment and
  rubber surfacing through full and open competition. Potential
  offerors are hereby notified that this procurement will be
  conducted in accordance with the policies and procedures outlined
  in the Federal Acquisition Regulation subpart 13.5 test program
  for the simplified acquisition of commercial items. The SIC
  code is 3949. The total playground area will be divided into
  2 play areas, one for ages 2 through 5 and the other for ages
  5 through 12. The 2 to 5 play area is approximately 3,640 square
  feet and the 5 to 12 play area is approximately 8,000 square
  feet. The playground is located at NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach,
  Virginia. A pre-proposal site visit to examine the area and
  existing structures will be held, a date has not yet been determined.
  Offerors will be expected to propose a playground design and
  the cost to install all the proposed equipment and surfacing
  and remove all existing equipment. The proposed playground
  equipment and fall zones must comply with the U. S. Consumer
  Product Safety Commission (USCPSC) guidelines and the American
  Standard for testing and Materials (ASTM) standards. Potential
  Offerors are hereby notified that the solicitation and any
  subsequent amendments will be available ONLY by downloading
  the documents from the FISC Norfolk website: http://www.nor.fisc.navy.mil/contracts/soli
  or from the Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO) website:
  http://www.neco.navy.mil. Questions should be directed to the
  contract specialist, Nicole Wohl, at (757) 443-1450 or Nicole
  Carnicky at (757) 443-1390. 
EMAILADD: Nicole_D_Carnicky@nor.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-230 SN487107)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: The Library Of Congress, Contracts & Logistics Service,
  COTR: Morgan Day, C&L, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington,
  DC 20540-9410
SUBJECT: 99--DRIVERS
SOL RFQ00C-29
DUE 083000
POC Charlotte Mathis, Contracting Officer, (202) 707-8604
DESC: The Library of Congress is seeking drivers to serve as
  principle motor vehicle operators. Drivers shall be required
  to transport staff, officials and property to and from specified
  points. The areas that are to be served are Washington DC,
  metro area, Ft. Meade, MD and Culpeper, VA. Drivers will be
  required to drive the shuttle service to and from the main
  Library building and its Landover and Taylor Street annexes
  on a set schedule. Drivers are required to operate automobiles,
  7 and 15 passenger vans, cargo vans, 12-, 16-, and 32-passenger
  buses, cargo trucks of up to 24 feet. Drivers will be required
  to exert moderate to arduous strength in lifting and handling
  of packages or cartons up to 50 pounds. Drivers will be required
  to work in the office of Motor Vehicle Operations. Drivers
  must have a current and valid drivers' and CDL license. Drivers
  must have thorough knowledge of all traffic laws in the Metropolitan
  area. Drivers must have knowledge of the locations of government
  agencies and streets in the Metropolitan area. Drivers are
  required to dress appropriately. The contractor shall provide
  proof of liability insurance. Contractor is required to provide
  a driver within 2 hours after notification of need for replacement.
  The Library of Congress will provide the vehicles, maintenance,
  fuel, etc. Library of Congress has an on-site transportation
  office. Interested offerors may respond in writing on company
  letterhead by fax at (202) 707-8611. Telephone requests will
  not be accepted. Reference: RFQ00C-29
CITE: (W-230 SN487153)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Federal Highway Administration, 21400 Ridgetop Circle,
  Sterling, VA 20166
SUBJECT: 99--FURNISH EQUIPMENT AND INSTALL IN PAVEMENT DATA COLLECTION
  VEHICLE
SOL DTFH71-00-Q-00025
DUE 090100
POC Carol Gleason (703-404-6212, Fax: 703-404-6217), Garland
  C. Gray
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared per the format in Subpart 12, as supplemented
  with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  constitutes the only solicitation; quotations are being requested
  and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation
  number for this RFQ: DTFH71-00-Q-00025; is a Request for Quote
  (RFQ). The following Provisions and Clauses are incorporated
  into this RFQ by reference. No addenda apply to these Provisions
  and Clauses. FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items; FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications
  - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items; FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items.
  No additional FAR clauses apply.   Specifications for Road
  Inventory Program  Pavement Data Collection Vehicle  I.
  Description: The following equipment is to be installed on
  an E-350 Ford Van. The FHWA has purchased the van and will
  be delivered to the vendor for installation of the equipment.
  The vendor shall offset the cost of the equipment with the
  Fair Market Value of the FHWA's current data collection vehicle
  (ARAN 4900 by Roadware). II. Equipment Installation on Data
  Collection Vehicle 1.0 On Board Equipment 1.1 Rut Depth Measurement
  Sensor. The rut bar shall consist of five laser sensors. One
  sensor shall be mounted above each wheelpath and may also serve
  as the sensor for the roughness system. A third laser sensor
  shall be mounted in the center of the rut bar. Two additional
  laser sensors shall be mounted to either side on the end of
  the rut bar. These shall point outwards 18 inches on either
  side of the rut bar. These sensors shall not extend beyond
  the normal width of the vehicle and its original bumper. The
  rut depth system shall include sensors to correct for vehicle
  attitude to accurately measure cross fall (cross slope). These
  sensors must be integrated with an on-board gyro system to
  provide network survey level precision data to measure the
  true transverse slope of the road on straight sections (cross
  fall) as well as on curves (super elevation).  1.2 Roughness
  Measurement Sensor. Longitudinal Profile measurement system
  shall use laser/accelerometer sensors in each wheelpath to
  provide profile data with which to calculate ride indices.
  The system shall be of the type designated as a South Dakota
  Profiler and capable of calculating IRI in real time. The units
  of measurement shall be operator selectable in either inches
  per mile or meters per kilometer. The system shall measure
  roughness at speeds between 15 mph and 65 mph with better than
  5% bias. The software shall calculate a Ride Number and IRI
  (International Roughness Index) in real-time. The system shall
  meet the definition of an ASTM Class I profiler and of the
  FHWA Class II profiler as defined in the HPMS (Highway Performance
  Monitoring System) Field Manual. After the data is processed,
  the profiles must show variations in slope as they affect roughness.
  The processing software must exclude the static elevation and
  slope of the roadway itself so as not to affect the validity
  of the data. The system shall collect and store profile measurement
  data at selected longitudinal distance intervals. Data samples
  for roughness shall be collected at 12.5 mm (0.5 in) intervals
  at speeds between 12.5 mph to 65 mph. Resolution shall be 0.1
  mm. Profile shall be calculated for wavelengths from 0.5 foot
  to 1000 feet. IRI shall be calculated and displayed in real
  time at operator selected intervals from 0.05 miles to 1.0
  miles. The standard deviation of repeat tests of the profiler
  shall be within +/- 5% of the mean IRI value on each test site.
  The accuracy of the profiler shall be within +/- 5% on specified
  test sections with a Face Dipstick or other HPMS Class I device.
   1.3 Distance Measuring Instrument DMI. The DMI shall be a
  precision optical encoder mounted on the rear axle of the vehicle.
  It shall measure a minimum of 2000 pulses per wheel revolution
  to provide a resolution of 1.33 mm The accuracy shall be 0.02%
  of the distance traveled.  1.4 Global Positioning System (GPS)
  with differential correction. A Global Positioning System must
  be provided. The mobile GPS receiver shall be a Trimble AGM132,
  integrated 12-channel receiver/dual-channel MF differential
  beacon or equivalent. The receiver shall be RTCM-10 compatible.
  The GPS data shall be correlated to other sensor data via DMI
  chainage. The modularity of the GPS system shall allow for
  upgrades to either post processed differential GPS (DGPS) or
  real time DGPS provided by Omnistar (or equivalent). An inertial
  measurement unit (gyros) shall be provided for GPS fill-in
  in the event that the GPS signal is lost. 1.5 Inertial Measurement
  Unit (IMU). An inertial measurement unit must be provided.
  This system must integrate with the GPS system to fill in for
  loss of GPS signal. The IMU must also integrate with the rut
  bar data to calculate correct super elevation and cross slope.
  The unit must be solid state device such as a ring laser gyro
  or fiber optic gyro with a heading accuracy of at least +/-
  0.5 degrees, and roll/pitch accuracy of +/- 0.05 degrees. A
  spinning mass gyro or flux gate compass is not acceptable.
   1.6 Digital Perspective Video. One high resolution, progressive
  scan video camera, (1300x1030 pixel) shall be provided to record
  mid-point right of way features. The camera shall record directly
  to digital disk with no intermediate videotape devices. Two
  additional high resolution, progressive scan video cameras
  (1300x1030 pixel) shall be provided to record the left and
  right features of the right of way. These cameras shall also
  record directly to digital disk. The video cameras shall be
  mounted in a weatherproof enclosure that permits easy access
  for service and adjustment. The perspective video system shall
  be capable of recording images at 10 foot intervals regardless
  of the speed of the vehicle. The images shall be recorded in
  JPG format and compressed to between 50 KBytes and 100 KBytes
  selectable by the operator. Each image shall be tagged with
  a unique identifier to permit retrieving images with other
  survey data including linear distance and GPS location. The
  central perspective view images shall display header information
  such as Route, date, linear distance and frame number plus
  other data entered by the operator. The header information
  shall not intrude on the picture or cover any features in the
  image. The video server computer for all three cameras plus
  digital pavement cameras must be capable of storing up to 1,000
  miles of images before downloading. A high speed digital linear
  tape or removable hard drives must be provided for transfer
  of images to an office workstation. 1.7 Digital Pavement Video.
  Two high resolution, progressive scan video cameras shall record
  pavement images. These cameras shall record directly to digital
  disk with no intermediate videotape devices. The images shall
  be automatically joined, left and right, and longitudinally
  to create a continuous view of the pavement. The images shall
  be tagged with a unique identifier to permit retrieving images
  with other survey data including perspective view images and
  linear distance and GPS location. Artificial strobe lighting
  shall be provided to reduce or eliminate shadows from overhead
  objects.  1.8 Central Control Computer. An on-board Central
  Control Computer shall be provided to record sensor data and
  to interface with gyro system, GPS, DMI, and other on-board
  sensors. The software will include the ability to check data
  within range and alert the operator when systems are not functioning
  properly. 1.8.1 Hardware Configuration. The central control
  computer will include as a minimum the following hardware and
  software: - CPU: Pentium III, 128MB of RAM, 16 GB hard drive,
  keyboard, mouse, serial and parallel ports. - Windows based
  operating system - Flat Screen High-resolution Video Display
   - Flat Screen computer display - Network connection adapter
  10/100 ethernet - CD-ROM Read/Write disk, 650 MB capacity
   - DVD Read/Write disk 4.7 GB capacity - Fast and Wide SCSI
  Controller for hard drive, DVD, and CD-ROM - Digital Tape
  drive or removable hard disks with which to offload data and
  images. - Color graphics ink jet printer 2.0 On-board Software.
  Software shall be provided with which to calculate IRI in real-time
  and perform other data quality checking during operation. The
  software shall provide the ability to pre-load header information
  by the operator prior to the start of data collection. Diagnostic
  and instrument calibration software and detailed instructions
  shall be provided. III. Office equipment to support Data Collection
  Vehicle 3.0 Office Workstation. An office workstation shall
  be provided to download and analyze data from the Data Collection
  Vehicle. 3.1 Hardware Configuration. An office workstation
  shall be provided with the following minimum characteristics:
   - CPU: minimum Pentium III Dual 800 MHz, 384MB of RAM, 20
  GB system hard drive, keyboard, mouse, serial and parallel
  ports. - Dual 73 GB hard drives for data and images - Windows
  2000, MS Office 2000 Professional Edition, MS Project, MS Access
  database  - Flat Screen High-resolution Data and Perspective
  Video Display:  - Flat Screen Pavement Video Display - Input
  devices such as keyboards, pen/tablet or other distress rating
  instruments  - Network connection adapter 10/100 ethernet
   - CD-ROM Read/Write disk, 650 MB capacity - DVD Read/Write
  disk 4.7 GB capacity - Fast and Wide SCSI Controller for hard
  drive, DVD, and CD-ROM - Digital Tape drive compatible with
  vehicle digital tape drive for input of data and images. -
  Color graphics ink jet printer 3.2 Application Software. The
  following software shall be provided by the vendor: 3.3 Distress
  Rating Software. Distress rating software shall be capable
  of distress evaluation on both concrete and asphalt. Distress
  identification and rating shall be accomplished through continuous
  synchronized feeds of pavement and ROW digital video. Images
  from different feeds shall be referenced through DMI chainages
  and/or time code. Distress rating shall be automatic or computer
  assisted. A completely subjective rating of pavement video
  is not acceptable. Different techniques are being used in the
  industry. Therefore, a minimum of 2 years of production field
  experience using the software is required. The 2 year minimum
  does not include Beta testing of the distress rating system.
  Heavier weight will be assigned based on compatibility of the
  distress rating system to the existing distress rating system
  in use by the FHWA. 3.4 Automated Distress Rating. Pavement
  distress data identification by computer interpreted image
  analysis, (i.e. Digital Image, Laser Image) shall be proposed.
  The techniques to be used during the image processing must
  be clearly described including critical points within the process
  where human intervention is to be used. The method used shall
  accurately measure and input the exact length, and/or areas
  of pavement distress from the pavement images aided by the
  forward perspective image. The Vendor shall provide a means
  with which to positively and accurately measure the distress
  severities or widths required for the pavement distresses.
  Minimum display resolution of the pavement images shall allow
  clear identification of crack widths as small as 3 mm. 3.5
  Computer Assisted Distress Rating. A method for rating distresses
  with manual intervention may be proposed at the option of the
  Vendor. This method must take advantage of computer assistance
  to identify and measure crack length width, orientation, and
  location in or out of the wheelpath. The method must provide
  the ability to measure and calculate distresses such as transverse,
  longitudinal, patching, alligator, and block cracking. The
  distress ratings calculated by the combination of manual input
  and computer assistance must be output to a table or database
  to allow further analysis by a Pavement Management System.
   3.6 Roughness calculation software. Software with which to
  calculate and print reports of IRI shall be provided. 3.7
  Rut Depth calculation software. Software with which to calculate
  and print reports of minimum, maximum and average rut depth
  in both wheel paths shall be provided. 3.8 Cross fall calculation
  software. Cross fall and super elevation calculation software
  shall be provided. The combination of on-board hardware and
  software must correct for vehicle attitude such as the tendency
  of the vehicle to lean in a curve. Unless the data are corrected
  to remove the influence of leaning, the super elevation slope
  will be under or over reported.  3.9 Image Viewing Software.
  User friendly graphical user interface software with which
  to view images and data shall be provided. The software shall
  allow synchronous viewing of images in multiple windows of
  three perspective views as well as pavement images with data
  displays in both tabular and graphical formats. The ability
  to "drive" the road shall be provided. The software shall include
  the capability to perform SQL queries on the database to include
  or exclude data based on operator specified parameters. IV.
  Warranty/Service Agreement 4.0 Service Agreement. One year
  On-Site Service Agreement plus Vehicle Software Maintenance
  and Upgrades. The Vendor supplying the equipment in this contract
  shall be the point of contact for all service contract work.
   4.1 Warranty. Twelve-month labor and parts warranty. 4.2
  Vehicle Warranty. The vehicle warranty shall be maintained
  by the FHWA. All modifications to the vehicle shall be warrantied
  by the vendor. V. Training. The vendor shall provide 5 days
  of training on the vehicle equipment, hardware and software.
CITE: (W-230 SN487252)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: USDA, APHIS, Field Servicing Office, Butler Square West,
  5th Floor, 100 North 6th St., Minneapolis, MN 55403
SUBJECT: 99--SECURITY SERVICES
SOL APPQERNM-0008-1
DUE 083100
POC Patty Patterson 612-370-2136 fax
DESC: The USDA, Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS),
  Plant Protection & Quarantine(PPQ), National Monitoring & Residue
  Analysis Laboratory (NMRAL) at 3505 25th Ave, Gulfport, MS
  intends to acquire security services from October 1, 2000 thru
  September 30, 2001. Hours: Monday - Friday from 0500 to 1800
  except holidays. Duties: The Guard will make sweep of the Compound
  and turn off Alarm System before employees arrival. Stand guard
  at the entrance of the facility, monitoring access to the facility
  logging in the name and license number of all vehicles and
  personnel that do not have a compound sticker. Open the gate
  when the Alarm Systems are activated. Receive and sort the
  Facility Mail. Test Fire Alarm as specified. Respond to the
  immediate assistance of any USDA/APHIS employee when requested
  or as needed. Always maintain a courteous attitude when dealing
  with employees and visitors. Guard will accept orders from
  only Kenny Peterman,and John Gallagher. Guards are to armed
  and should have a cell phone. SIC CODE: 7382 This is a firm
  fixed price contract. Simplified procurement procedures will
  be used as well as commercial item acquisition regulations
  per FAR 12. 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 solicitation;
  quotations are being requested and a WRITTEN SOLICITATION WILL
  NOT BE ISSUED. This solicitation document incorporates provisions
  and clauses which are in effect through Federal Acquisition
  Circular 97-16. Applicable FAR clauses are incorporated by
  reference: Prompt Payment 52.249-1 (4/84); Fixed price 52.243-1
  (8/87); Small Disadvantaged Business Concern 52.219-1; Notice
  of price Evaluations preference for HUB Zone Small Business
  Concern 52.219-4; Evaluation-Commercial items 52.212-2 (10/97);
  offeror Representations and certifications 52.212-5 (10/98).
  ALL RESPONSIBLE SOURCES MAY SUBMIT A QUOTATION FOR CONSIDERATION.
  Award will be made to lowest priced responsive responsible
  offeror. Proposals are due by Thursday, August 31, 2000 2:30
  pm CST. Fax to 612-370-2136. Referenced FAR clauses can be
  accessed for review on the Internet at the following web site:
  http://www.arnet.gov/far. All offers must be signed. Offers
  should include tax payer identification number and DUNS number
  and business size. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487258)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Commander, Naval Air Systems Command (Code 2.4), 47123
  Buse Road, Building 2272, Patuxent River, MD 20670-1547
SUBJECT: 99--PROVIDE STORAGE AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE EXDRONE
  UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) EQUIPMENT
POC Contracting Officer, Mike McLoughlin, 301-757-5898
DESC: This synopsis is a modification to Submission No. 479363,
  submitted on 27 July 2000. N00019-00-R-1111. The Naval Air
  Systems Command intends to award a firm fixed priced, purchase
  order on a competitive basis. The contractor will provide storage
  and accountability for the EXDRONE Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
  (UAV) equipment. This includes the safeguarding of the equipment
  and maintaining a current inventory of all Government property.
  The contractor shall also assist in locating the equipment
  in the facility and preparing the equipment for shipment as
  directed by the Government. All responses to this synopsis
  should be mailed to the following address: Naval Air Systems
  Command, AIR 2.4.2.2, Suite 256, 47123 Buse Road, Bldg 2272,
  Unit IPT, Patuxent River, Maryland 20670-1547. 
CITE: (W-230 SN487391)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 99--Miscellaneous
OFFADD: Supply Officer, Attn: NAVMEDCTR, Contracting Branch,
  54 Lewis Minors Street, Portsmouth, VA 23708-2297
SUBJECT: 99--REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT FOR VARIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS,
  I.E., MILK AND ICE CREAM 
SOL N00183-00-T-0070
DUE 090100
POC Point of Contact - Lorraine Meyer, Contract Specialist, 757-953-7571;
  Supervisory Contract Specialist, Peggy Martin, 757-7547
DESC: Requirements contract to provide various individual and
  bulk size milk, ice cream, and other dairy products for the
  period of 00 OCT 01 thru 01 SEP 30. This request is set-aside
  for small business.   See Note #1. (Note: We are unable to
  send copies via e-mail at this time, however, requests can
  be accepted via e-mail if a fax number is provided.) 
EMAILADD: lsmeyer@pnh10.med.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487438)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Glenn Research Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, Cleveland,
  OH 44135
SUBJECT: A--PULSE DETONATION ENGINE (PDE) FLIGHT RESEARCH PROJECT
POC  Linda M. Kendrick, Contracting Officer, Phone (216) 433-2407,
  Fax (216) 433-5185, Email Linda.M.Kendrick@grc.nasa.gov
CNT 3-00152
AMT $7,089,230
DTD 080900
TO McDonnell Douglas Corp, P.O. Box 516, St. Louis, MO, 63166-0516
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=A&pin=22#3-00152
LINKDESC: 
  Awards Page
CITE: (D-230 SN487067)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: U.S. DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory-Morgantown,
  P.O. Box 880, Morgantown, WV 26507-0880
SUBJECT: A--NEXT GENERATION GAS TURBINE SYSTEMS
POC Kelly McDonald (304)285-4113, Kanwal Mahajan (304)285-4965
CNT DE-AC26-00NT40847
AMT $860,149
DTD 081600
TO Pratt & Whitney, Commercial Engine Business, 400 Main Street,
  East Hartford, CT 06108
CITE: (W-230 SN487093)

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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 - Rome Research Site, AFRL/Information Directorate, 26
  Electronic Parkway, Rome, NY, 13441-4514
SUBJECT: A--THROUGH THE WALL IMAGING RADAR
POC James Longo, Contract Specialist, Phone (315) 330-7700, Fax
  (315) 330-8083, Email longoj@rl.af.mil - James Longo, Contract
  Specialist, Phone (315) 330-7700, Fax (315) 330-8083, Email
  longoj@rl.af.mil
CNT F30602-00-C-0205
AMT $768,760.00
LINE N/A
DTD 081600
TO AKELA Inc, 5276 Hollister Ave, Ste 263, Santa Barbara CA 93111
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F30602-00-C-0205&LocID=1142
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: longoj@rl.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487113)

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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--COVERT WAVEFORM DETECTION & JAMMING
POC Alan Struckman, Contract Negotiator, Phone (937) 255-0474,
  Fax (937) 656-9074, Email Alan.Struckman@wpafb.af.mil - John
  Decker, Program Manager, Phone (937) 255-5579, Email John.Decker@wpafb.af.mil
CNT F33615-99-C-1526
AMT $339,999.00
DTD 081100
TO RAYTHEON COMPANY, 1010 PRODUCTION RD., FT. WAYNE IN 46808
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F33615-99-C-1526&LocID=904
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: Alan.Struckman@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487208)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Capital Metro Facilities Service Office, U. S. Postal=
  Service, 10400 Little Patuxent Pkwy, #400, Columbia, MD 21044-3510
SUBJECT: A--ROOF REPLACEMENT - SALISBURY, MD MAIN POST OFFICE=
POC Conni Brisson, Facilities Contract Specialist, (410)= 884-1800
CNT 232092-00-B-0125
AMT $345,262.00
LINE 0001
DTD 071800
TO Rayco Roof Service, 6870 Wellington Road, Manassas, = Virginia
  20109-2706
LINKURL: http://www.usps.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: cbrisson@email.usps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  s.
CITE: (D-230 SN487225)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
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--PLUG AND PLAY P2
POC Roland Baez, Contracting Officer, Phone (850)882-9391 ext
  5050, Fax (850)882-3130, Email baez@eglin.af.mil - Roland Baez,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (850)882-9391 ext 5050, Fax (850)882-3130,
  Email baez@eglin.af.mil
CNT F08635-00-C-0044
AMT $88,289
LINE 0001
DTD 080200
TO INTERSTATE ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, P.O. BOX 3117, 1001 EAST
  BALL ROAD, ANAHEIM CA 92805-3117
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F08635-00-C-0044&LocID=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: baez@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487250)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
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--PLUG AND PLAY P2
POC Roland Baez, Contracting Officer, Phone (850)882-9391 ext
  5050, Fax (850)882-3130, Email baez@eglin.af.mil - Roland Baez,
  Contracting Officer, Phone (850)882-9391 ext 5050, Fax (850)882-3130,
  Email baez@eglin.af.mil
CNT F08635-00-C-0110
AMT $123,149.83
LINE 0001
DTD 080200
TO EAGAN, MCALLISTER ASSOCIATES, INC., P.O. BOX 986, 47332 EAGAN,
  MCALLISTER LANE, LEXINGTON PARK MD 20853
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F08635-00-C-0110&LocID=1182
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: baez@eglin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487253)

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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--PROPOSAL FOR THE RESEARCH OF DESIGN AND DIAGNOSTIC
  TOOL FOR MANUFACTURING OF ADVANCED NANOSCALE LAYERED MATERIALS
POC Eva S. Conway ONR Code 251, (703) 696-2593
CNT N0001400C0428
AMT (NO RFP) $412,516.00
DTD 081700
TO Technologies and Devices International Inc., 8660 Dakota Drive,
  Gaithersburg, MD 20877
CITE: (W-230 SN487366)

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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--CONDITION BASED MAINTENCE (CBM)
POC Russelle Dunson ONR Code 254, (703) 696-8375
CNT N0001400C0334
AMT $380,777.00
DTD 081700
TO Honeywell Inc., 3660 Technology Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55418
CITE: (W-230 SN487367)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Management Services Center (10FT), 400 15th Street,
  SW,, Auburn, WA, 98001
SUBJECT: B--E--ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY SERVICES, TFTP-EW-99-8999-1
POC Georgina Fernando, Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7897,
  Fax (253) 931-7174, Email georgina.fernando@gsa.gov - Katherine
  Jocoy, Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7080,
  Fax (253) 931-7573, Email kathy.jocoy@gsa.gov
CNT GS-10F-0347K
AMT $2,500,000.00
LINE 899-1, 2, 4 AND 5
DTD 081500
TO Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc., 1825 Market Center Blvd.,
  Suite 510, Dallas, TX 75207
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=GS-10F-0347K&LocID=8
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: georgina.fernando@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN487011)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Management Services Center (10FT), 400 15th Street,
  SW,, Auburn, WA, 98001
SUBJECT: B--B--ENERGY MANAGEMENT SERVICES, TFTP-EJ-000871-B
POC Russell Hanson, Contract Specialist, Phone 253-931-7049,
  Fax 253-931-7174, Email russell.hanson@gsa.gov - Katherine
  Jocoy, Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7080,
  Fax (253) 931-7573, Email
CNT GS-10F-0348K
AMT $1,000,000.00
LINE 871-205
DTD 081700
TO Renovar Shreveport, L.L.C., 601 N Marienfeld, Suite 502, Midland,
  TX 79701
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=GS-10F-0348K&LocID=8
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: russell.hanson@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487323)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Dist New Orleans, PO Box
  60267, New Orleans, LA 70160
SUBJECT: C--INDEFINITE QUANTITY TASK ORDER CONTRACT FOR VALUE
  ENGINEERING PROJECTS
POC Contract Specialist, Patricia Perkins, 504-862-2876
CNT DACW29-99-D-0019
AMT $165,000.00
DTD 081400
TO Black & Veatch Special Projects Corp.; 6601 College Blvd.;
  Overland Park, KS 66211
CITE: (W-230 SN487364)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: AEDC/PKP 100 Kindel Drive, Suite A332 Arnold AFB, TN,
  37389-1332
SUBJECT: D--ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT PROCUREMENT
SOL F40650-00-Q-0025
POC  Eric Yatsko,(931) 454-4347
CNT F40650-00-M-0045
AMT $70268
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO SPECTRUM SIGNAL PROCESSING-#200-2700 Production Way Burnaby,
  B.C., Canada
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/00Q0025/00Q0025.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: eric.yatsko@arnold.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487190)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: D--OPTION EXERCISE
POC Maria Vencill, Contract Specialist, (256)-876-2566; Stephen
  Hayes, Contracting Officer, (256)876-5189
CNT DAAH01-00-C-0124/P00004
AMT $1,201,063.72
DTD 081700
TO NCCIM, P.O. Box 12068, Huntsville, AL 35802
LINKURL: http://wwwproc.redstone.army.mil/acquisition/
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487271)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2153
AMT $2,275/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081500
TO Kluane Helicopters, Box 2128, Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada,
  Y0B 1L0
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487101)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2157
AMT $2,604/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081500
TO Arrow Lakes Helicopters LTD, Box 1500, Okotoks, Alberta Canada
  V0L 1T0
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487103)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2151
AMT $4,480/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081500
TO Talon Helicopters, LTD, 4380 Agar Drive, Richmond, BC Canada
  V7B 1A3
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487151)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2150
AMT $3,248/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081100
TO Canadian Helicopters Western, 12021 - 121 Street, Edmonton,
  AB, Canada,T5L4H7
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487152)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2154
AMT $3,598/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081500
TO Tasman Helicopters, LTD, 5455 AIrport Rd, South, Richmond,
  BC, Canada V7B 1B5
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487155)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2155
AMT $4,830/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081500
TO Great Slave Helicopters LTD, BAG 7500, Yellowknife, NT, Canada
  X1A 2R3
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487158)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2144
AMT $4,508/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Salmon River Helicopters, PO Box 1293, Riggins, ID 83549
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487162)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2141
AMT $5,200/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081300
TO Vancouver Island Helicopters, LTD, 9600 Canora Road, Sidney,
  BC Canada V8L 5V5
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487167)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2131
AMT $19,000/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 080200
TO Woody Contracting, Inc., 63210 McKenzie Lane, Summerville,
  OR 97876
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487172)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2141
AMT $19,000/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Cariboo Chilcotin Helicopters LTD, Box 1345, Lillooet, BC
  Canada V0K 1V0
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487175)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL TYPE III EMERGENCY HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC Frank Gomez, 208/387-5347
CNT 55-024B-0-2140
AMT $4,775/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Venture Helicopters, LTD, 1060 Mactavish Road NE, Calgary,
  Alberta Canada T2E 7G6
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: fgomez/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487177)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL EMERGENCY TYPE I & II HELICOPTER SERVICES

POC RICHARD M. WILLIS, 208/387-5669
CNT 55-024B-0-2144 - CORRECTED
AMT $4,508/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Salmon River Helicopters, PO Box 1293, Riggins, ID 83549
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rwillis/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487187)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL EMERGENCY TYPE I & II HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC RICHARD M. WILLIS, 208/387-5669
CNT 55-024B-0-2141 CORRECTED
AMT $19,000/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Cariboo Chilcotin Helicopters LTD, Box 1345, Lillooet, BC
  Canada V0K 1V0
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rwillis/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487191)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL EMERGENCY TYPE I & II HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC RICHARD M. WILLIS, 208/387-5669
CNT 55-024B-0-2140 CORRECTED
AMT $4,775/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081200
TO Venture Helicopters, LTD, 1060 Mactavish Road NE, Calgary,
  Alberta Canada T2E 7G6
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rwillis/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487194)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: U.S. Forest Service, National Interagency Fire Center,
  3833 S Development Avenue, Boise, Idaho 83705
SUBJECT: F--NATIONAL EMERGENCY TYPE I & II HELICOPTER SERVICES
POC RICHARD M. WILLIS, 208/387-5669
CNT 55-024B-0-2141 CORRECTED
AMT $5,200/Daily Availability
LINE 1
DTD 081300
TO Vancouver Island Helicopters, LTD, 9600 Canora Road, Sidney,
  BC Canada V8L 5V5
LINKURL: http://www.fs.fed.us/business/nifc.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: rwillis/wo_nifc@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487198)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  38 EIG/PK, 4064 Hilltop Road, Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-2713
SUBJECT: J--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE BASE TELECOMMUNICATIONS
  SYSTEMS (BTS) AT MINOT AFB ND
POC Rick Conyac, Contracting Officer, Phone (405)734-9637, Fax
  (405)734-9220, Email rick.conyac@tinker.af.mil
CNT F34608-00-D-0006
AMT $3,047,377.48
DTD 081600
TO Baker Support Services, Inc 4801 Spring Valley Rd Ste 125B
  Dallas TX 75244
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F34608-00-D-0006&LocID=982
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: rick.conyac@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487098)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Section USCG Aircraft Repair & Supply Center,
  Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5001
SUBJECT: J--REPAIR ENGINE PRESSURE VALVES FOR THE HU25 FALCON
  AIRCRAFT
POC Denise Hall, 252-335-6143
CNT DTCG38-00-P-100580
AMT $28,032.90
DTD 081700
TO Honeywell International Defense and Space, 1300 West Warner
  Road, Tempe AZ 85285
CITE: (W-230 SN487357)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Section USCG Aircraft Repair & Supply Center,
  Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5001
SUBJECT: J--REPAIR VARIOUS HU25 FALCON AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT
POC Denise Hall, 252-335-6143
CNT DTCG38-00-P-100575
AMT $8400.00
LINE CLIN 16 and 17
DTD 081700
TO EUA Air Support Inc., 4581 Claire Chennault St., Addison,
  TX 75001
CITE: (W-230 SN487402)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration
  (MARAD), South Atlantic Region, 7737 Hampton Blvd., Bldg. 4D
  Rm-211, Norfolk, VA, 23505
SUBJECT: J--SS STATE OF MAINE POST-CRUISE REPAIRS
POC Milton Spears, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 441-3245,
  Fax (757) 441-6080, Email glen.spears@marad.dot.gov - Laurel
  Bishop, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 441-3120, Fax (757)
  441-6080, Email
CNT DTMA2C00013
AMT $366,447.00
LINE 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13
DTD 081700
TO Newco Marine Inc. 205 1/2 11th Street LaPorte, TX 77571
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=DTMA2C00013&LocID=801
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: glen.spears@marad.dot.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487440)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Federal Prison Camp, Allenwood, Regional Contracting
  Office, P.O. Box 1000, Montgomery, PA 17752
SUBJECT: Q--INTERIM COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL SERVICES
POC Norm Showers, Contract Specialist (570) 547-1641 Ext. 547
CNT J21454c-020
AMT $100,000.00
LINE All
DTD 080900
TO Hahnemann University Hospital P.O. Box 828112 Philadelphia,
  PA 19182
CITE: (W-230 SN487289)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Management Services Center (10FT), 400 15th Street,
  SW,, Auburn, WA, 98001
SUBJECT: R--R--MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT
  SERVICES (MOBIS), TFTP-MC-000874-B
POC Lynn Springer, Contracting Officer, Phone (253) 931-7901,
  Fax (253) 931-7174, Email lynn.springer@gsa.gov - Patricia
  Austin, Supervisory Contract Specialist, Phone (253) 931-7083,
  Fax (253) 931-7174, Email
CNT GS-10F-0349K
AMT $2,500,000.00
LINE 874-1, 6 AND 7
DTD 081500
TO Excalibur Associates, Inc., 10900 Dover St., Westminster,
  CO 80021
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=GS-10F-0349K&LocID=8
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: lynn.springer@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486988)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Commanding Officer, NAVFACCO, Bldg 41 Code 80, NAVFACENGCOMDET-SLC,
  4111 San Pedro Street, Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4410
SUBJECT: R--ENGINEERING SERVICES INSTALL MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS
  ELECTRONICS FACILITIES WORLDWIDE
POC Ms. Naomi Melendez, ph: 202-433-5311, fax 202-433-5244
CNT N47408-00-D-8123
AMT $1,500,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 073100
TO A-Tek, Inc., 602 S. King St, Leesburg, VA 20175
CITE: (W-230 SN487043)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts Office,
  Washington Navy Yard, 1435 Pendellton Avenue SE Suite 3000,
  Washington, DC 20374-5063
SUBJECT: R--ENGINEERING SERVICES INSTALL MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS
  ELECTRONICS FACILITIES WORLDWIDE
POC Ms. Naomi Melendez, ph: 202-433-5311, fax 202-433-5244
CNT N47408-00-D-8124
AMT $1,500,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 073100
TO Powerware Corporation, 8609 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC 27615
CITE: (W-230 SN487044)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts Office,
  Washington Navy Yard, 1435 Pendellton Avenue SE Suite 3000,
  Washington, DC 20374-5063
SUBJECT: R--ENGINEERING SERVICES INSTALL MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS
  ELECTRONICS FACILITIES WORLDWIDE
POC Ms. Naomi Melendez, ph: 202-433-5311, fax 202-433-5244
CNT N47408-00-D-8125
AMT $1,500,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081100
TO Sea Tech of the Florida Keys, Inc., 127 Industrial Road, Suite
  B, Big Pine Key, FL 33043 
CITE: (W-230 SN487046)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Contracts Office,
  Washington Navy Yard, 1435 Pendellton Avenue SE Suite 3000,
  Washington, DC 20374-5063
SUBJECT: R--ENGINEERING SERVICES INSTALL MAINTAIN COMMUNICATIONS
  ELECTRONICS FACILITIES WORLDWIDE
POC Ms. Naomi Melendez, ph: 202-433-5311, fax 202-433-5244
CNT N47408-00-D-8126
AMT $1,500,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081100
TO Chevron Energy Solutions LP, 7500 Old Georgetown Road, 9th
  Floor, Bethesda, MD 20814
CITE: (W-230 SN487062)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: National Institutes of Health, Office of Procurement
  Management, 6011 Executive Blvd., Rockville, Maryland 20892-7260
SUBJECT: S--PICK-UP AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE MATERIAL (RUBBISH)
CNT 263-00-D-0034
AMT $30,604.00
DTD 081500
TO Browning-Ferris, Inc. 260 West Dickman Street, Baltimore,
  Maryland 21230
CITE: (W-230 SN487081)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Contracting Division, Building
  116, Fort Rucker, AL 36362-5030
SUBJECT: S--PROVIDE CONTRACTOR OWNED-CONTRACTOR OPERATED LAUNDRY/PLANT
  FACILITY TO PERFORM LAUNDRY SERVICES FOR FORT RUCKER, ALABAMA.
POC Richard Bledsoe, Contracting Officer (334) 255-2013, Alfred
  Heinrich, Contract Specialist (334) 255-1521
CNT DABT01-00-D-0010
AMT $417,714.50
DTD 081600
TO Cusetta Laundry, Inc., 103 E. 14th St., Rolla, MO 65401
CITE: (W-230 SN487365)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Service Contracts (6PMF-S), 1500 East Bannister Road,
  Room 2101, Kansas City, MO, 64131
SUBJECT: S--COMPLETE MAINTENANCE, GRAND ISLAND, NE
POC Christy Pearce, Contract Specialist, Phone (816) 823-2243,
  Fax (816) 926-1779, Email christy.pearce@gsa.gov - Rhonda Lippert,
  Purchasing Agent, Phone (816) 823-2240, Fax (816) 926-1779,
  Email
CNT GS06P00GXC0038
AMT $225,720
DTD 081700
TO Clean Sweep, Inc. 1071 Trail Court Gering, NE 69341
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=GS06P00GXC0038&LocID=37
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: christy.pearce@gsa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487375)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--PRINTING
CNT Program B794-S
AMT $60,356.00
DTD 081600
TO Marlin Graphics, 8315 Stansbury Road, Baltimore, MD 21222
CITE: (W-230 SN487065)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--FILE FOLDERS
CNT Program C075-S
AMT $125,185.00
DTD 081500
TO Ames Safety Envelope Company, 21 Properzi Way, Somerville,
  MA 02143
CITE: (W-230 SN487070)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department of Commerce/National Oceanic and Atmospheric
  Administration/OFA/AGFS/AMD - OFA51, 1305 East West Highway
  - Station 7604, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
SUBJECT: T--PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION SERVICES
POC Edward F. Tennant, Jr., Contracting Officer, 301/713-0823
CNT Contract No. 50DGNC890033, Modification 0014
AMT $1,230,000.00
LINE N/A
DTD 081600
TO Williams & Heintz Map Corporation, 8119 Central Avenue, Capitol
  Heights, Maryland 20743
CITE: (W-230 SN487110)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--CIRCULAR E--EMPLOYEES TAX GUIDE
POC James E. Willard (202) 512-0307
CNT 460-074
AMT $172,349.19
LINE n/a
DTD 081600
TO Newspaper Printing Co., 5210 S. Lois Avenue, Tampa, FL 33611
CITE: (W-230 SN487163)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--BOOKMARK - DIRECT LOANS A BETTER WAY TO BORROW
POC James L. Leonard (202) 512-0307
CNT 469-160
AMT $54,145.00
LINE n/a
DTD 081600
TO Monarch Litho, Inc., 1501 Date Street, Montebello, CA 90640
CITE: (W-230 SN487174)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--ENVELOPES, KRAFT, INDICIA 8-3/4 X 8-3/4
POC James E. Willard (202) 512-0307
CNT 469-063
AMT $58,048.00
LINE n/a
DTD 081600
TO Oles Envelope Corp., 532 E. 25th Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
CITE: (W-230 SN487183)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--MBST BOOKS 1 AND 3
POC James E. Willard (202) 512-0307
CNT 469-075/076
AMT $76,126.00
LINE n/a
DTD 081600
TO Reproductions, Inc., 7621 Rickenbacker Drive, Gaithersburg,
  MD 20879
CITE: (W-230 SN487188)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--PRINTING
CNT Program B627-S
AMT $316,682.00
DTD 081700
TO Marlin Graphics, 8315 Stansbury Road, Baltimore, MD 21222
CITE: (W-230 SN487433)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Facilities Service Office, U.S. Postal Service, 395 Oyster
  Point Blvd., South San Francisco, CA 94099-0300
SUBJECT: Y--SAN DIEGO, CA MISSION VALLEY CARRIER ANNEX NEW CONSTRUCTION
  OWNED DESIGN/BUILD
POC Claude LeFeuvre, Constracting Officer's Consultant, (626)440-2229
CNT 052571-00-B-0043
AMT $2,703,000
DTD 081600
TO Berry Construction Co Inc., P. O. Box 308, Upland, CA 91785-0308
  (909)985-9667
CITE: (W-229 SN486986)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USDA - Wenatchee National Forest, Procurement and Property
  Management, 215 Melody Lane, Wenatchee, WA 98801
SUBJECT: Y--LOWER SMITHBROOK TRAIL RELOCATION, LAKE WENATCHEE
  RANGER DISTRICT, CHELAN COUNTY, WASHINGTON
POC Charlotte Carter, 509/664-2712
CNT 50-05GG-0-00120c
AMT $29,857.40
DTD 081700
TO Robert A. Hale, P.O. Box 97, Sierra City, CA 96125
CITE: (W-230 SN487264)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Dist New Orleans, PO Box
  60267, New Orleans, LA 70160
SUBJECT: Y--FLOOD CONTROL OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES,
  MISSISSIPPI DELTA REGION DAVIS POND FRESHWATER DIVERSION, CONTRACT
  2B ST. CHARLES PARISH, LOUISIANA
POC Mrs. Sheila Enclade, (504) 862-1514
CNT DACW29-00-C-0079
AMT $3,895,575.00
LINE Items 0001 thru 0011
DTD 081600
TO Weeks Marine, Inc., P O Box 339, Kenner, Louisiana 70063
CITE: (W-230 SN487353)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland,
  1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060
SUBJECT: Z--PHILADELPHIA , PA GROUP/MSO FIRE DAMAGE REPAIRS
POC Pamela Komer, Contracting Officer, Phone 216-902-6216, Fax
  216-902-6278, Email pkomer@ceucleveland.uscg.mil - Pamela Komer,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 216-902-6216, Fax 216-902-6278,
  Email
CNT DTCG83-00-C-3WF343
AMT $112,951.00
LINE B-1
DTD 081600
TO Midatlantic Construction & Design Associates, 909 Hunt Drive,
  Yardley, PA 19067
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=DTCG83-00-C-3WF343&LocID=256
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: pkomer@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486939)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: 1940 Allbrook Drive, Suite 3 WPAFB OH, 45433-5309
SUBJECT: Z--WPAFB MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING MAINTENANCE
SOL F33601-00-R-0019
POC  Kellye Fisher,kellye.fisher@wpafb.af.mil
CNT F3360101DJ003
AMT $28,221,670.00 (Base Year Plus Four One-Year Option
LINE 0001
DTD 081800
TO Dellew Corporation-7192 Kalanianaole Hwy. Bldg G, Suite 205-A
  Honolulu HI 96825
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/00R0019KF/00R0019KF.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kellye.fisher@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487104)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Providence,
  300 Metro Center Boulevard, Warwick, RI, 02886
SUBJECT: Z--REPALCE ROOF AT USCG STATION EATONS NECK
POC Jodi Ruggiero, Contract Specialist, Phone (401)736-1785,
  Fax (401)736-1704, Email JRuggiero@CEUProvidence.USCG.mil
CNT DTCGG1-00-N-3WK241
AMT $23,894.00
LINE all
DTD 081100
TO Bendex Construction 150 Cedargrove Drive Rochester, NY 14617
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=DTCGG1-00-N-3WK241&LocID=492
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: JRuggiero@CEUProvidence.USCG.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487184)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  30CONS, Bldg 7015, STE 2D, 806 13th Street, Vandenberg AFB,
  CA, 93437-5226
SUBJECT: Z--9 MONTH PAVING REPAIR AT VANDENBERG AFB AND OTHER
  SUPPORT SITES
POC James McLaughlin, Contracting Officer, Phone 805.606.6716,
  Fax 805.605.0496, Email james.mclaughlin@vandenberg.af.mil
  - Mariano Knox, Contract Specialist, Phone 275.0496, Fax 805.606.5867,
  Email
CNT F04684-00-D0009
AMT Min: $23,000; Max: NTE $3,000,000
DTD 080400
TO Ace Engineering, Inc. 675 Brea Canyon Rd., Suite 4 Walnut
  CA 91789
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F04684-00-D0009&LocID=528
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: james.mclaughlin@vandenberg.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487207)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland,
  1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060
SUBJECT: Z--RIVIERA BEACH, FL--FUEL SYSTEM REPAIRS AT USCG STATION
  LAKE WORTH INLET.
POC Brian Jarrell, Contract Specialist, Phone 216-902-6220, Fax
  216-902-6277, Email BJarrell@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
CNT DTCG83-00-N-3WC068
AMT $87,770.00
LINE B-1
DTD 081800
TO FLORIDA CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. 379 N. SR 415 OSTEEN, FL
  32764
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=DTCG83-00-N-3WC068&LocID=256
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: BJarrell@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487267)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command, 7 CONS,
  381 Third Street, Dyess AFB, TX, 79607-1581
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE TYPE III SYSTEM ISOLATION VALVES
POC Andrew Gilson, Contracting Administrator, Phone (915)696-2360,
  Fax (915)696-4078, Email andrew.gilson@dyess.af.mil - James
  Roloff, Contracting Officer, Phone (915) 696-2679, Fax (915)
  696-4078, Email
CNT F41652-00-C0008
AMT $579,600.00
LINE All Line Items
DTD 081700
TO Talon Industries, Inc. 900 Summit Ave. Ft. Worth, TX 76102
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F41652-00-C0008&LocID=1003
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: andrew.gilson@dyess.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487283)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Columbus AFB, Contracting Squadron, 555 Seventh Street,
  Suite 113, Columbus AFB, MS, 39710-1006
SUBJECT: Z--SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION OF BASE ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS
  (SABER)
POC Jesse Kirstein, Contract Specialist, Phone (601)434-7759,
  Fax (601)434-7764, Email jesse.kirstein@columbus.af.mil - Neil
  Cole, Chief, Infrastructure Flight, Phone (601)434-7799, Fax
  (601)434-7765, Email
CNT F22608-00-D0004
AMT Overall Coefficient 1.135, not to exceed $15M
LINE ALL CLINS
DTD 081000
TO LJC-HAMMER, JOINT VENTURE 809 County Road Headland, Alabama
  36345
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F22608-00-D0004&LocID=586
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: jesse.kirstein@columbus.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487285)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland,
  1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060
SUBJECT: Z--ELIZABETH CITY SUPCEN, NC INSTALL GSE BLDG.
POC Pamela Komer, Contracting Officer, Phone 216-902-6216, Fax
  216-902-6278, Email pkomer@ceucleveland.uscg.mil - Pamela Komer,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 216-902-6216, Fax 216-902-6278,
  Email
CNT DTCG83-00-C-3WF290
AMT $210,417.00
LINE B-1, B-2, B-3 and B-6
DTD 081700
TO Virtexco, Corp., 977 Norfolk Square, Norfolk, VA 23502-3227
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=DTCG83-00-C-3WF290&LocID=256
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: pkomer@ceucleveland.uscg.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487306)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: ROICC Puerto Rico, NAVFACENGCOM, Contracts, PSC 1008,
  Box 3976, FPO AA 34051-3976 (Attn: Code 02)
SUBJECT: Z--RELOCATE UTILITIES UNDERGROUND-MANATEE BAY 
POC Irma Melendez, Contract Specialist, 787-865-4066 Ext. 232
CNT N62470-99-C-9702
AMT $2,821,980.50
DTD 081400
TO Facilities Service Group Inc., 518 North Charles Street, Baltimore,
  Md 21201
CITE: (W-230 SN487335)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Wallops Flight Facility,
  Code 218, Wallops Island, VA 23337
SUBJECT: Z--REHABILITATION OF RADAR FACILITY, BUILDING U-70
POC  Sandra Savage, Contract Specialist, Phone (757)824-2363,
  Fax (757)824-1974, Email Sandra.S.Savage.1@gsfc.nasa.gov -
  James L. Mitchell, Contracting Officer, Phone (757)824-1067,
  Fax (757)824-1974, Email James.L.Mitchell.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
CNT NAS5-00033
AMT $357367
DTD 081500
TO WILLIAM O. LAZENBY, JR., INC. 31341 NOCKS LANDING ROAD ATLANTIC,
  VA 23303
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=A&pin=51#NAS5-00033
LINKDESC: 
  Contract Awards Page
CITE: (D-230 SN487430)

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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--CALIBER.50, INBORE T
SOL SP0750-00-Q-C012
CNT SP0750-00-M-R214
AMT $80,400.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO American APEX Corp 537 Bonham Ave Columbus OH 43220
CITE: (I-230 SN487047)

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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--CALIBER.50, INBORE T
SOL SP0750-00-Q-B843
CNT SP0750-00-M-R182
AMT $60,300.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO American APEX Corp 537 Bonham Ave Columbus OH 43220
CITE: (I-230 SN487051)

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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--BRIDLE, CHAIN, MINESWEEPING DEPRESSOR, NMAG,
SOL 00THP5-52-P-0700
CNT SP0760-00-M-R477
AMT $41,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Mil-Base Industries Inc 197 Old York Rd P.O.Box 354 New Cumberland
  PA 17070-0354
CITE: (I-230 SN487054)

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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--PANEL, TRAILING EDGE
SOL SP0470-00-Q-GE42
CNT SP0470-00-M-QJ61
AMT $59,400.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Bonded Technology Inc Sub of Newbond Inc 14 Alcap Ridge Rd
  Cromwell CT 06416
CITE: (I-230 SN487121)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--DUCT ASSEMBLY, AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING
SOL SP0470-99-X-AF30
CNT N00383-00-G-026B-TY01
AMT $25,036.90
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AG
DTD 081600
TO Rohr Inc 850 Lagoon Dr Chula Vista CA 91910-2098
CITE: (I-230 SN487126)

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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--RUNNER, FLAP TRACK
SOL SP0470-00-Q-R851
CNT SP0470-00-M-LQ66
AMT $49,850.01
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Precision Mfg Co of San Antonio Texas 4546 Sinclair Road San
  Antonio TX 78222-2037
CITE: (I-230 SN487128)

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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--SKIN, AIRCRAFT
SOL SP0470-00-Q-S805
CNT SP0470-00-M-QJ52
AMT $29,200.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Aero Metal Forms Inc 2649 Esthner CT Wichita KS 67213-1849
CITE: (I-230 SN487131)

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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--ROLLER, MAIN PYLON
SOL SP0460-00-X-4924
CNT SP0460-00-M-4871
AMT $29,541.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Aero Components Inc 5124 Kaltenbrun Rd P.O.Box 15730 Fort
  Worth TX 76119
CITE: (I-230 SN487133)

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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--FRAME, AIRCRAFT
CNT SP0475-00-C-1321
AMT $111,150.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 081600
TO Metalcraft Technologies Inc 498 N 2774 W Cedar City UT 84720-8340
CITE: (I-230 SN487136)

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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--LINER, SWASHPLATE.
SOL SP0460-00-Q-2906
CNT SP0460-00-M-4842
AMT $61,166.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Sterling Machine Co Inc 119 Post Rd P.O.Box 3317 Enfield CT
  06082
CITE: (I-230 SN487122)

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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--SENSING ELEMENT
SOL SP0460-00-Q-Z945
CNT SP0460-00-M-PH22
AMT $76,262.96
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Kidde Technologies Inc 700 Nickerson Rd Marlborough MA 01752-4663
CITE: (I-230 SN487123)

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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--PISTON, HYDRAULIC
SOL SP0475-99-X-W871
CNT SP0475-00-M-NL09
AMT $25,219.92
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Honeywell Intl Inc Aircraft Landing Systems als 3520 Westmoor
  St South Bend IN 46628-1373
CITE: (I-230 SN487127)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--SEAT, MANIFOLD
SOL SP0460-00-Q-2784
CNT SP0460-00-M-4875
AMT $31,620.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Transaero Inc 80 Crossways Park Dr Woodbury NY 11797-2015
CITE: (I-230 SN487129)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--DISC, BRAKE
SOL SP0475-99-Q-R650
CNT SP0475-00-M-NK74
AMT $78,182.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Honeywell Intl Inc Aircraft Landing Systems als 3520 Westmoor
  St South Bend IN 46628-1373
CITE: (I-230 SN487134)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Contracting Section USCG Aircraft Repair & Supply Center,
  Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5001
SUBJECT: 16--SENSOR, TEMP. FOR THE HU25 FALCON AIRCRAFT
POC Denise Hall, 252-335-6143
CNT DTCG38-00-P-100588
AMT $34,330.00
DTD 081700
TO Innovative Technical Services Inc., 1501 S. Dlae MaloryHwy
  #103, Tampa, FL 33679
CITE: (W-230 SN487220)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 19--Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks
OFFADD: Supervisor of Shipbuilding C&R, USN, PO Box 215, Portsmouth,
  VA, 23705-0215
SUBJECT: 19--YD-246, SSP 198-00, ROH
POC Wynn McCallister, Contract Specialist, (757) 396-5041 x 444
CNT 0176
AMT $1095569.00
LINE 0001, 0006, 0007
DTD 081700
TO Eastern Technical Enterprises, Inc., Drydock #4, Brooklyn
  Navy Yard, Brooklyn, NY 11205
CITE: (W-230 SN487291)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 25--MOLDBOARD, RIGHT HAND.
SOL SP0750-00-Q-B396
CNT SP0750-00-M-J871
AMT $77,400.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Minowitz Mfg Co 27941 Groesbeck Hwy Roseville MI 48066-2756
CITE: (I-230 SN487059)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
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--PARTS KIT, WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR
POC For Information Only - Kathy Seymour, Phone 614-692-7765,
  Fax 614-693-1630
CNT SP075000D7650
AMT $489,894.15 Est. Annually
LINE 0001-0005
DTD 081700
TO U.S. Hardware Supply Inc. 4675 Metric Dr., Winter Park, FL
  32792-6672
CITE: (W-230 SN487078)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
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--VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
POC For information only POC Ken Cotton at (614)692-3218
CNT SP070000D9723
AMT $743,415.20
DTD 080800
TO RIX Industries 4900 Industrial Way PO Box 609 Benicia CA 94510
CITE: (W-230 SN487165)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 28--SHROUD 16TH INNER
POC Joanna Latting, Buyer, Phone (405)734-8109, Fax (405)739-4237,
  Email joanna.latting@tinker.af.mil
CNT F34601-00-D-0300
AMT $412,267.00
LINE 0001,0001AA,0001AB
DTD 081400
TO J.T. SLCOMB CORP PO BOX 40000 DEPT 645 HARTFORD, CT 6151-0645
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F34601-00-D-0300&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: joanna.latting@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-230 SN487411)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 28--SHROUD 16TH LINER
POC Joanna Latting, Buyer, Phone (405)734-8109, Fax (405)739-4237,
  Email joanna.latting@tinker.af.mil
CNT F34601-00-D-0299
AMT $418,209.00
LINE 0001,0001AC
DTD 081400
TO ELECTRO-METHODS INC PO BOX 54 SOUTH WINDSOR, CT 06074-0054
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F34601-00-D-0299&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: joanna.latting@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-230 SN487414)

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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, COOLING SYSTEM, ENGINE.
SOL 00TN75-12-P-0700
CNT SP0750-00-M-2328
AMT $53,792.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Ruta Supplies Inc 66 Elm Street Dover NJ 07801
CITE: (I-230 SN487048)

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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, FUEL, METERING AND DISTRIBUTING.
SOL SP0750-00-Q-B634
CNT SP0750-00-M-0876
AMT $38,142.50
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO Diesel Power Trade Corp 1720 Cleveland Ave National City CA
  91950-4215
CITE: (I-230 SN487058)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--IMPELLER, PUMP, FUEL
SOL SP0480-00-Q-7555
CNT SP0480-00-M-ZB74
AMT $95,210.01
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 081600
TO New ERA Contract Sales Inc 2513 Tacoma Ave S Tacoma WA 98402
CITE: (I-230 SN487124)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 29--HOUSING ASSY
POC Avis Franklin, Contracting Officer, Phone (405) 739-5391,
  Fax (405) 739-4237, Email avis.franklin@tinker.af.mil
CNT F34601-00-M-0580
AMT $29,925.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081400
TO BIRKEN MANUFACTURING CO 3 OLD WINDSOR RD BLOOMFIELD CT 06002-1311
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F34601-00-M-0580&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: avis.franklin@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-230 SN487419)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 29--COOLER LUB OIL
POC Alex Varughese, Contract Negotiator, Phone (405) 739-4441,
  Fax (405) 739-4350, Email alex.varughese@tinker.af.mil
CNT F34601-00-R-49825
AMT $203,400.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081400
TO HUGHES-TREITLER MFG CORP 300 ENDO BLVD GARDEN CITY NY 11530-6708
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F34601-00-R-49825&LocID=902
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: alex.varughese@tinker.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-230 SN487420)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--GEAR CLUSTER.
SOL SP0740-00-R-3710
CNT SP0740-00-C-4555
AMT $109,228.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 081700
TO Precision Gear Inc 48-09 108TH St Flushing NY 11368
CITE: (I-230 SN487053)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, HIGH RANGE CLUTCH. ON!
CNT SP0750-00-M-R186
AMT $26,889.19
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO A and D Logistics Inc 1904 Sweetbriar Dr Goshen IN 46526
CITE: (I-230 SN487116)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--SUPPORT HOUSING ASSEMBLY, SUSPENSION.
CNT SP0750-00-M-L965
AMT $35,264.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO H and R Parts Co LLC 800 Axinn Ave P.O.Box cs-9401 Garden
  City NY 11530-9401
CITE: (I-230 SN487117)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--BUSHING, OUTER INLET
SOL SP0441-00-Q-LH57
CNT SP0441-00-M-TN56
AMT $45,045.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0003
DTD 081600
TO Tri-mack plastics Mfg corp 66 Tupelo St Bristol RI 02809-2810
CITE: (I-230 SN487120)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 34--Metalworking Machinery
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 34--WELDING POWDER, METALLIC OVERLAY
SOL SP0490-00-Q-NC52
CNT SP0490-00-M-BL83
AMT $70,041.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Sulzer Metco /Westbury/ Inc 1101 Prospect Ave Westbury NY
  11590-2724
CITE: (I-230 SN487130)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Personnel Support Center 2800 So. 20th St. Philadelphia,
  PA. 19145-5099
SUBJECT: 42--REGULATOR ASSEMBLY
CNT SP0100-00-C-5059
AMT $284,850.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001BA
DTD 081600
TO Submersible Systems Inc 18072 Gothard St Huntington Beach
  CA 92648-1213
CITE: (I-229 SN487028)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 43--GEAR ROTOR SET, ROTARY PUMP.
CNT SP0750-00-M-J872
AMT $51,852.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Crane Co Lear Romec Div 241 S Abbe Rd P.O.Box 4014 Elyria
  OH 44036
CITE: (I-230 SN487050)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO BX 16595, DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 43--PARTS KIT, FLUID PRESSURE.
SOL 00TU52-22-P-0700
CNT SP0750-00-M-J878
AMT $47,080.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Pall Aeropower Corp Sub of Pall Corp 5775 Rio Vista Dr Clearwater
  FL 33760-3114
CITE: (I-230 SN487055)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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. OIL FREE COMPRESSOR MODE
CNT SP0700-99-G-0005-0521
AMT $33,120.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Dresser-Rand Co 100 E Chemung St Painted Post NY 14870-1352
CITE: (I-230 SN487056)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY, HYDRAULIC.
CNT SP0750-00-C-3706
AMT $236,810.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 5001
DTD 081600
TO North American Controls Inc 6538 Arrow Dr Sterling Heights
  MI 48314
CITE: (I-230 SN487057)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,SOLENOID
POC Contact Point, Bernadette Varner, 846.2r, (717)605-3934,
  Fax, (717)605-4163, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Janet
  C Machamer, 846.1, (717)605-2373
CNT N0010400CAA29, Sol Nr N00104-00-R-AE94, NIIN 011874926
AMT $384,002
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Treadwell Corp , Thomaston ,CT 06787-0000
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487021)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, REGUALTING, FLUID PRESSURE.SIZE: 1/4 IN.IPS
SOL 00TLB0-72-P-0700
CNT SP0760-00-M-Y952
AMT $48,800.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Marotta Scientific Controls Inc 78 Boonton Ave P.O.Box 427
  Montville NJ 07045
CITE: (I-230 SN487049)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, CHECK. 50 PSI MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE.
CNT N00383-99-G-016H-UBGF
AMT $439,008.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 5001CC
DTD 081600
TO Parker Hannifin Customer Support Inc 14300 Alton prky Irvine
  CA 92618
CITE: (I-230 SN487052)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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, BREAKAWAY, FUEL CELL INTERCONNECT.
CNT SP0700-99-G-0004-0154
AMT $154,070.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO HR Textron Inc Apco Div Sub of Textron Inc 10445 Glenoaks
  Blvd Pacoima CA 91331-1609
CITE: (I-230 SN487060)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--SERVOVALVE ASSEMBLY, AZIMUTH.
SOL SP0750-00-Q-B662
CNT SP0750-00-M-R184
AMT $90,432.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO MOOG Inc Aircraft Group Seneca St at Jamison Rd East Aurora
  NY 14052
CITE: (I-230 SN487118)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 52--Measuring Tools
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 52--GAGE, WHEEL ALIGNMENT
CNT SP0560-00-M-AC84
AMT $56,997.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Nestor Sales Inc Ace Tool Co 7337 Bryan Dairy Road Largo Fla
  34647
CITE: (I-230 SN487241)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 53--Hardware and Abrasives
OFFADD: Defense General Supply Center 8000 Jeff Davis Hwy Richmond,
  VA 23297-5312
SUBJECT: 53--PLUG, MACHINE THREAD, MAGNETIC
SOL SP0450-00-Q-RE71
CNT SP0450-00-M-WP25
AMT $75,210.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AE
DTD 081600
TO Eaton Aerospace LLC Engineered Sensors/Tedeco 24 E Glenolden
  Ave Glenolden PA 19036-2107
CITE: (I-230 SN487125)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--WASHER, FLAT
CNT SP0540-00-M-DD21
AMT $96,300.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0001AB
DTD 081700
TO DuPont Tribon Composites Inc 6200 Hillcrest Dr Cleveland OH
  44125-4624
CITE: (I-230 SN487238)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--NUT, SELF-LOCKING, BARREL
SOL SP0540-00-Q-Q548
CNT SP0540-00-W-2555
AMT $61,650.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Fairchild Fasteners Kaynar Products Div 800 S State College
  Blvd Fullerton CA 92831-3001
CITE: (I-230 SN487239)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--STUD, SHOULDERED
SOL SP0540-00-Q-P278
CNT SP0540-00-M-Z708
AMT $99,910.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Valley-Todeco Inc 12975 Bradley Ave Sylmar CA 91342-3830
CITE: (I-230 SN487243)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--PARTS KIT, SEAL REPLACEMENT
CNT SP0540-00-M-Z705
AMT $72,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Tailored Logistics Corp 9517 Sugar Mill Dr Fort Wayne IN 46835-9608
CITE: (I-230 SN487247)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--LUMBER, SOFTWOOD, SCAFFOLD PLANK; FIRE-RETARDANT
CNT SP0560-00-M-AF63
AMT $41,104.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0004
DTD 081700
TO Hartford lumber Co 17 Albany Ave P.O.Box 320550 Hartford CT
  06132-0550
CITE: (I-230 SN487245)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--HF MESSENGER AND + SERIAL SYNCHRONOUS CARD
POC GLORIA MYERS, CODE 1115GM, (843) 218-5934
CNT N65236-00-D-5082
AMT $693,870
LINE 0001 THRU 0006
DTD 081100
TO Rockwell Collins, Inc., Government Systems, 350 Collins Road
  NE., Cedar Rapids, IA 52498
EMAILADD: myersg@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-230 SN487090)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 58--PANEL, CONTROL, ELECT
SOL 00TP78-22-P-0900
CNT SP0920-00-M-6006
AMT $71,250.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Alek Industries Inc 3170 Rodenbeck Dr Dayton OH 45432-2617
CITE: (I-230 SN487139)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 58--LIMITER ASSEMBLY
CNT SP0920-00-M-6099
AMT $56,565.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Centroid Inc 111 Ames Ct Plainview NY 11803
CITE: (I-230 SN487142)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus PO Box 16595 DSCC-PBAB
  Columbus, OH 43216-6595
SUBJECT: 58--DRIVER TUBE ASSEMBL
SOL SP0920-00-Q-6691
CNT SP0920-00-M-6063
AMT $99,992.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO Stewart Warner Electronics Co 1117 entry Dr Bensenville IL
  60106
CITE: (I-230 SN487147)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 59--ELECTRON TUBE
POC Contact Point, Barbara A Westhafer, 0216.12, (717)605-2252,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
CNT N0010400PGE74, Sol Nr N00104-00-Q-GB91, NIIN 001408767
AMT $71,736
LINE 0001
DTD 082600
TO Communications & Power Indsutries , Beverly ,MA 01915-0000
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487022)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 59--FITER,BAND STOP
POC Contact Point, Barbara A Westhafer, 0216.12, (717)605-2252,
  Fax, (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
CNT N0010400PGE87, Sol Nr N00104-00-Q-GB90, NIIN 014735077
AMT $63,000
LINE 0001
DTD 082600
TO Microwave Engineering Corp , North Andover ,MA 01845-1012
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN487023)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--CAPACITOR, FIXED, ELECTROLYTIC
SOL 00TB41-22-P-0900
CNT SP0900-00-M-0456
AMT $26,433.40
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Avnet Inc Hamilton Hallmark Div 7760 Washington Village Dr
  Dayton, OH 45459-4017
CITE: (I-230 SN487137)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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 SP0930-00-M-D270
AMT $76,474.08
LINE 7001
DTD 081600
TO Trevose Industrial Products Inc 138 Five Points Rd Macungie
  PA 18062
CITE: (I-230 SN487138)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--WAVEGUIDE ASSEMBLY
SOL SP0920-00-Q-5594
CNT N00383-98-G-001A-UB3W
AMT $52,119.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Raytheon Technical Services Co 6125 E 21 St Indianapolis In
  46219-2189
CITE: (I-230 SN487140)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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 ASSEMBLY
SOL 00TT80-62-P-0900
CNT SP0905-00-M-4453
AMT $26,296.84
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0004
DTD 081600
TO Pioneer Valve and Fitting Co Inc 93 Seigel Street Brooklyn,
  NY 11206-3299
CITE: (I-230 SN487141)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--TRANSFORMER, POWER
CNT SP0905-00-M-4479
AMT $64,724.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO Relli Technology Inc 500 SW 12TH Ave Deerfield Beach FL 33442
CITE: (I-230 SN487143)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2000]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2000]

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--ELECTRONIC COMPONEN
SOL 00TV44-02-P-0900
CNT SP0960-00-M-6107
AMT $28,964.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Summit Associates 10910-H Southlake Court Richmond, VA. 23236-3914
CITE: (I-230 SN487144)

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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--MICROCIRCUIT, DIGITA
SOL 00TJ85-82-P-0900
CNT SP0960-00-M-6173
AMT $70,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Sams Airpack Plus Inc 5175 Ridgevine Way Fair Oaks CA 95628-3618
CITE: (I-230 SN487145)

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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--FILTER, RADIO, FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
SOL SP0905-00-Q-5050
CNT SP0905-00-M-4424
AMT $66,044.60
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO Smiths Industries Actuation System Inc 110 Algonquin Pky Whippany
  NJ 07981-1640
CITE: (I-230 SN487146)

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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--SWITCH, PRESSURE
SOL 00TQ35-32-P-0900
CNT N00383-99-G-016H-UBDJ
AMT $27,832.73
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Parker Hannifin Customer Support Inc 14300 Alton prky Irvine
  CA 92618
CITE: (I-230 SN487148)

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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--MAGNET, COIL AND GUI
SOL SP0430-00-R-1471
CNT SP0430-00-C-0851
AMT $111,010.20
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Telair Intl Corp 1950 Williams Dr Oxnard CA 93030
CITE: (I-230 SN487119)

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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--MOTOR, CONTROL
SOL SP0430-00-Q-C630
CNT SP0430-00-M-MN64
AMT $45,108.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081600
TO ARC Systems Inc 2090 Joshuas Path Hauppauge NY 11788
CITE: (I-230 SN487132)

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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--WIRING HARNESS, BRANCHED
SOL SP0451-00-Q-HG80
CNT SP0451-00-M-VH08
AMT $29,000.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081600
TO Richard Mfg Co 950 W Kershaw St Ogden UT 84401
CITE: (I-230 SN487135)

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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 SP0560-00-W-0663
AMT $32,275.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO Stanley electric Mfg Co 1301 N Howard St Philadelphia PA 19122-4614
CITE: (I-230 SN487246)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 63--Alarm and Signal, and Security Detection Systems
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 63--ANNUNCIATOR
CNT SP0700-99-G-0010-TZ9T
AMT $143,750.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Honeywell Intl Inc Defense and Space 1300 W Warner Rd Tempe
  AZ 85285-2200
CITE: (I-230 SN487244)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 144, Industry
  Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
SUBJECT: 66--CALIBRATION
POC  Evangeline G. Poulson, Purchasing Agent, Phone (757) 864-2433,
  Fax (757) 864-6131, Email E.G.POULSON@larc.nasa.gov - Susan
  E. McClain, Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 864-8687, Fax
  (757) 864-8863, Email s.e.mcclain@larc.nasa.gov
CNT L-12467
AMT $49758
DTD 081500
TO MICRO CRAFT INC. 3050 PACIFIC HIGHWAY SAN DIEGO CA 92101
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=A&pin=23#L-12467
LINKDESC: 
  Awards Page
CITE: (D-230 SN487097)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: Commander, U. S. Army Aviation & Missile Command, Acquisition
  Center, Buiding 5303, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5280
SUBJECT: 66--ALITMETER, PRESSURE
POC Peggy Salters, Contract Specialist, 256/955-9215, or Roberta
  B. Bodine, Contracting Officer, 256/955-9223.
CNT DAAH23-00-D-0117 ORDER 0001
AMT $6,931,412.00
DTD 081500
TO KOLLSMAN, INC, 220 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054-4844
CITE: (W-230 SN487149)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: USDA, ARS, MSA, Procurement/Assistance Office, P.O. Box
  225, Stoneville, MS 38776-0225
SUBJECT: 66--WEATHERPROOF PLANT SAP FLOW MEASURING SYSTEM.
POC Terry A. Krutz, Contracting Officer, (662)686-5361
CNT 40-4431-0-0150
AMT $36,337.00
DTD 081700
TO Dynamax, Inc., 10808 Fallstone, Ste. 350, Houston, TX 77099
CITE: (W-230 SN487270)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: SA-ALC/Contracting Directorate/LDKAA; 485 Quentin Roosevelt
  Road, Suite 12; Kelly AFB, TX 78241-6419
SUBJECT: 66--TRANSPONDER TEST SET P/N ATC-1400A-2/T1401-2--RE:FD2050-00-31660
POC SA-ALC/TEST SYSTEMS BRANCH ATTN: LDKAA/JOYCE DE LOS SANTOS
  (210-925-8461) 308 AVIONICS CIRCLE SUITE # 2 KELLY AIR FORCE
  BASE TEXAS 78241-5947
CNT F41608-00-M-1367
AMT $83,980.00
LINE 0001
DTD 081500
TO IFR AMERICAS INC 10200 W YORK ST WICHITA KS 67215-8935
EMAILADD: JOYCE.DELOSSANTOS@KELLY.AF.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487404)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 66--Instruments and Laboratory Equipment
OFFADD: SA-ALC/Contracting Directorate/LDKAA; 485 Quentin Roosevelt
  Road, Suite 12; Kelly AFB, TX 78241-6419
SUBJECT: 66--OHMMETER P/N 580-1978--RE:FD2050-00-29627
POC SA-ALC/TEST SYSTEMS BRANCH/ATTN: LDKAA-RONDA BRADLEY (210-925-7661)
  308 AVIONICS CIRCLE SUITE # 2 KELLY AIR FORCE BASE, TEXAS 78241-5947
CNT F41608-00-F-0109
AMT $76,954.56
LINE 0001
DTD 071100
TO KEITHLEY INSTRUMENTS INC 28775 AURORA RD CLEVELAND OH 44139-1837
EMAILADD: RONDA.BRADLEY@KELLY.AF.MIL
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487431)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 69--Training Aids and Devices
OFFADD: Defense Personnel Support Center 2800 So. 20th St. Philadelphia,
  PA. 19145-5099
SUBJECT: 69--BALLOON, TARGET
CNT SP0100-00-M-EE84
AMT $99,893.04
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0002AA
DTD 081600
TO Global solutions for science and learning /gssl Inc/ 284 NE
  tralee CT Hillsboro OR 97124-1592
CITE: (I-230 SN487031)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 71--Furniture
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 71--CABINET, STORAGE REPAIR PARTS AND TOOLS
CNT SP0560-00-M-AB75
AMT $41,040.00
LINE 0001 THROUGH 0002
DTD 081700
TO Dehler Mfg Co Inc 5801 W Dickens Ave Chicago IL 60639-4000
CITE: (I-230 SN487240)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 71--Furniture
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Laughlin AFB Contracting Squadron, 171 Alabama Ave,
  Bldg 7, Laughlin AFB, TX, 78843-5102
SUBJECT: 71--PERSONNEL LOCKERS
POC David Hancock, Contract Specialist, Phone 830-298-4352, Fax
  830-298-4178, Email david.hancock@laughlin.af.mil - Kathy Carson,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 830-298-4872, Fax 830-298-4878,
  Email
CNT F41685-00-M0047
AMT $18,097.19
DTD 081700
TO Government Procurement Services, Inc. 716 South Delaware Ave.
  Tampa, Florida 33606
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=A&ProjID=F41685-00-M0047&LocID=508
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: david.hancock@laughlin.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-230 SN487351)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 84--Clothing, Individual Equipment and Insignia
OFFADD: Defense Personnel Support Center 2800 So. 20th St. Philadelphia,
  PA. 19145-5099
SUBJECT: 84--SHIRT, MAN'S, SHORT SLEEVE, AG-415
CNT SP0100-00-M-CB90
AMT $98,226.00
LINE 0001AA THROUGH 0010AA
DTD 081600
TO J H Rutter-Rex Mfg Co Inc 3900 N Causeway Blvd Suite 250 Metairie
  LA 70002-1798
CITE: (I-229 SN487027)

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PART: CONTRACT AWARDS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 93--Nonmetallic Fabricated Materials
OFFADD: Defense Industrial Supply Center 700 Robbins Ave Phila
  PA 19111-5096
SUBJECT: 93--PLASTIC SHEET
SOL SP0560-00-Q-5636
CNT SP0560-00-M-AH76
AMT $25,366.50
LINE 0001
DTD 081700
TO Northeast Plastic Supply Co Inc 3021 Darnell Rd Philadelphia
  PA 19154
CITE: (I-230 SN487242)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  30CONS, Bldg 7015, STE 2D, 806 13th Street, Vandenberg AFB,
  CA, 93437-5226
SUBJECT: 66--30CONS/LGCB INTENDS TO NEGOTIATE FOR SERVICES ON
  A SOLE SOURCE BASIS WITH NICOLET INSTRUMENT CORP ANALYTICAL
  DIVISION
DESC: The 30 CONS/LGCB, 30th Contracting Squadron, Bldg 7015
  Section 2C, 806 13th Street Suite 2, Vandenberg AFB, CA 93437
  is issuing this notice as it intends to negotiate on a sole
  source basis with Nicolet Instrument Corp Analytical Division,
  under authority of FAR 6.302, for a one(1) year, Firm Fixed
  Price, Service/Supply Contract to include four(4) optional
  one(1) year contracts to be renewed annually at the discretion
  of the government for maintenance and repair of one(1) 560
  Nicolet Spectrometer No solicitation will be issued. This instrument
  is uniquely designed to provide spectrometric measurements
  of gases and propellant samples. Contractor personnel must
  be factory trained by Nicolet and have current factory certificates.
  Contractor must have availability of factory parts and be able
  to certify operation of all components after installation.
  Service must be traceable to National Institutes of Science
  and Technology (NIST). Preventative Maintenance shall include
  but is not limited to all repairs, cleaning, lubricating, adjustments
  and replace or repair components that might cause total breakdown
  or serious functional impairment to next scheduled inspection.
  Contractor will respond to unlimited service calls within 24
  hours after notification that the equipment is inoperable and
  repairs will be completed within 72 duty hours. All emergency
  service calls will be performed without additional charges
  for labor, travel, living expenses and replacement parts. It
  is anticipated that award of this requirement shall be on or
  about October 1, 2000. Services are currently being performed
  by Nicolet Instrument Corp Analytical Division using an existing
  contract vehicle. The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS), which will replace SIC as of 01 Oct 00, is
  334516. The Standard Industrial Code (SIC), which will no longer
  be used after 30 Sep 00, is 3826, 500 employees. Any response
  to this notice must show clear and convincing evidence that
  competition would be advantageous to the Government. In doing
  so, interested sources must submit detailed technical capabilities,
  pricing, and any other information, which demonstrates their
  ability to meet the Governments needs. Detailed capabilities
  must be submitted to the above address (Attn: SSgt William
  E. Barron reference F04684-01-QV011). All information shall
  be furnished at no cost or obligation to the Government. This
  synopsis is not to be considered a request for quotations or
  proposals. A determination by the government not to compete
  this proposed contract action 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.
LINKURL: http://www2.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=S&ProjID=F04684-01-qv011&LocID=528
LINKDESC: 
  notice
EMAILADD: William.Barron@vandenberg.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN486990)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Techology Forums, 4408 Upland Drive, Alexandria, VA 22310
SUBJECT: AIA AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION SYSTEMS CONFERENCE
  AND EXPOSITION
DESC: CALL FOR PAPERS AND VENDOR PARTICIPATION ---------- The
  AIA Air intelligence Agency is developing a national conference
  focused on information systems issues pertinent to AIA and
  it's 1,600 personnel. The conference will take place October
  23-26 and include 4 days of classified and non-classified conference
  sessions. There will be an exposition held concurrently with
  the conference on October 23-24. The conference committee is
  currently reviewing abstracts from the government and private
  industry (only 3 private industry seminars will be accepted).
  The exhibit area will include a multitude of technology vendors.
  The AIA is currently accepting presentation abstracts and exhibit
  space contracts. ---------- ABOUT THE SPONSOR: The Air Intelligence
  Agency also provides intelligence expertise in the areas of
  C2 protection, security, acquisition, foreign weapons systems
  and technology, and treaty monitoring. AIA is the single agency
  for the performance of Air Force wide intelligence roles and
  functions. The Agency integrates its intelligence capabilities
  with its offensive/defensive counter-information missions to
  provide commanders with a cohesive battlespace picture. ----------
  TOPICS OF INTEREST: Topics for the conference are not limited
  to but shall include the following: Information System Accreditation
  Procedures, Information System Security, Information Security
  Policies, Top Secret & Below Interface (TSABI), Security Awareness
  and Training Education (STATE), MOU/MOA Agreements, NT and
  Unix Auditing, AIA Information Systems Policies, AIA Technical
  Architecture, AP PKI and AIA PKI (File Transfer Protocol),
  TEMPEST, K/M/M Switchbox Policy, Firewalls, Stegnography, Voice
  over internet protocol (VoIP), Video teleconferencing (VTC),
  Speech recognition, Network Security, Intrusion Detection,
  Information Assurance, Networking, Remote Network Management,
  ATM, Securely posting information, Digital Signatures, Network
  Security, and VPN (Virtual Private Networking) 3 corpoarte
  presentations will be allowed during the conference,. ----------
  WHO IS INVITED: This conference is specifically designed to
  provide training for System Administrators (SYS ADMINS), Information
  Systems Security Managers (ISSMs), and Information Systems
  Security Officers (ISSOs). In addition to the conference attendees,
  the exposition will be promoted throughout Lackland AFB and
  Kelly AFB. . ---------- LOCATION: Radisson Hotel San Antonio
  Market Square; San Antonio, TX (Just minutes from Lackland
  AFB and Kelly AFB) ---------- CONFERENCE DATES: October 23-26
  ---------- EXHIBIT DATES: October 23-24 (Exhibitor investment:
  $750) ---------- The AIA has selected Technology Forums as
  the contractor to help produce the event. Call today to confirm
  your exhibit space and submit your presentation abstract (Presentation
  Abstracts are Due September 1, 2000 & Exhibit space is limited
  to 30 vendors on a first come first serve basis). ----------
  CALL (703)921-0891, Frank@TechnologyForums.com  
LINKURL: www.TechnologyForums.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Frank@TechnologyForums.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486995)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Techology Forums, 4408 Upland Drive, Alexandria, VA 22310
SUBJECT: AFCEA CAPE CANAVERAL AND PATRICK AFB IT CONFERENCE AND
  EXPOSITION MARCH 1 2001
DESC: CALL FOR PAPERS AND VENDOR PARTICIPATION ---------- The
  Cape Canaveral AFCEA Chapter is sponsoring an information technology
  conference and exposition that will address the technology
  needs of the Cape Canaveral and Patrick AFB government communities.
  The conference committee is currently accepting presentation
  abstracts and exhibit space sponsorships from the government
  and corporate communities. ---------- WHO WILL ATTEND: The
  conference will be held in conjunction with an AFCEA luncheon
  which usually attracts over 200 IT personnel. The event will
  be marketed throughout NASA, Kennedy Space Flight Center, Patrick
  AFB, Cape Canaveral, and the surrounding tenant organizations.
  These groups inclued The Patrick AFB 45th Space Wing (Serves
  as the DOD's launch operations support for Cape Canaveral),
  J-Stars (conducts development and operational testing of the
  airborne and ground segments that satisfy the U.S. Army Operational
  Test and Evaluation Command), Joint Program Management Office
  (JPMO - joint initiative between NASA and the Air Force with
  the mission of providing support for the furtherance of cost
  efficiencies and marketability of joint resources), National
  Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA), Space and Missile Center
  (SMC/CWP), and the 605th Test Squadron. ---------- TOPICS OF
  INTEREST: Electronic Commerce, Network Security, Intrusion
  Detection, Information Assurance, Networking, Remote Network
  Management, ATM, Video Teleconferencing, Database search engines,
  Database Storage, Securely posting information Digital Signatures,
  File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Personal Computers, Networking,
  and VPN (Virtual Private Networking). ---------- LOCATION:
  The Scott Club (Officers Club), ---------- DATE: February 15,
  2001, CONFERENCE: 9:00 3:00, EXHIBITS: 9:30 1:30 (exhibitor
  investment: $750). AFCEA has chosen Technology Forums as the
  contractor to help produce the event. Call today to confirm
  your exhibit space and submit your presentation abstract. ----------
  CALL (703)921-0891, Frank@TechnologyForums.com
LINKURL: www.TechnologyForums.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Frank@TechnologyForums.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486997)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Techology Forums, 4408 Upland Drive, Alexandria, VA 22310
SUBJECT: SHADOWCON CONFERENCE HELD AT NSWC DAHLGREN ON NOVEMBER
  28 2000
DESC: CALL FOR PAPERS AND VENDOR PARTICIPATION ---------- The
  AIS Security Department at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,
  Dahlgren Division is currently accepting abstracts and exhibit
  space contracts for the ShadowCon Conference which will take
  place on November 28, 2000 (Presentation Abstracts are Due
  September 20, 2000). The conference will attract Information
  Technology and Information Assurance professionals from the
  throughout the surrounding DC military community. The conference
  is supported by agencies within The Department of Defense including
  the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, National Security
  Agency, Defense Information Systems Agency, and many more.
  ---------- ABOUT THE SPONSOR: The AIS Security Department at
  NSWC Dahlgren maintains and manages all Information Assurance
  concerns for Naval Surface Warfare Center. The AIS Security
  Department as a leader in Assurance also offers assistance
  to various organizations with The Department of the Defense.
  The AIS Security Department has implemented a system on The
  Pentagon network systems that has prevented low level probes
  from entering unclassified open networks that was recognized
  by Congress. ---------- TOPICS OF INTEREST: Presentations will
  focus on today's threats in computer security and exhibits
  will feature the latest in technological products and services
  from leading manufacturers. Presentations will focus on today's
  threats in computer security and exhibits will feature the
  latest in technological products and services from leading
  manufacturers. Electronic Commerce, Network Security, Intrusion
  Detection, Information Assurance, Networking, Remote Network
  Management, ATM, Securely posting information Digital Signatures,
  File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Network Security, and VPN (Virtual
  Private Networking). ---------- LOCATION: JD's Training Conference
  Center (Building 216), NSWC Dahlgren, VA DATE: November 28,
  2000, CONFERENCE: 9:00 3:00, EXHIBITS: 9:30 1:30. Exhibitor
  investment: $750 ---------- The AIS Security Department has
  chosen Technology Forums as the contractor to help produce
  the event. Call today to confirm your exhibit space and submit
  your presentation abstract (Presentation Abstracts are Due
  September 20, 2000). ---------- CALL (703)921-0891, Frank@TechnologyForums.com
LINKURL: www.TechnologyForums.com
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Frank@TechnologyForums.com
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN486998)

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PART: SPECIAL NOTICES
OFFADD: Techology Forums, 4408 Upland Drive, Alexandria, VA 22310
SUBJECT: TREASURY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES INFORMATION
  TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM NOV 30 2000
DESC: CALL FOR PAPERS AND VENDOR PARTICIPATION ---------- The
  Financial Management Service's Assistant Commissioner for Information
  Resources and the Information Technology Security Branch are
  developing an Information Technology and Information Assurance
  Symposium designed to educate all levels of FMS personnel on
  IT and information assurance issues. The program will attract
  individuals and teams who determine how to manage the Federal
  Government's central accounting and reporting systems. FMS
  is cur