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[Commerce Business Daily 2001]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: 311 HSW/PK 8005 9th St. Brooks AFB, TX
SUBJECT: A--OVERVIEW MODIFICATION OF SECOND SKIN MCU-2A/P
SOL F41624-01-R-1011
POC 2Lt Dennis Clements
DESC: Solicitation Overview modified to include announcement
  of competitive procurement as 100% HUB Zone Set-Aside.
LINKURL: http://sarah.brooks.af.mil/Sarah/viewsol.asp?ID=MCU_2AP
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: dennis.clements@brooks.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V290)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: A--NON-PERSONAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR A RESEARCH ASSISTANT
  FOR THE PERIOD 01 SEP 2001 TO 31 AUG 2002
SOL N00259-01-T-0038
DUE 082701
POC Loida Toledo, lead purchasing agent, 619-532-8122
DESC: This synopsis is to announce Naval Medical Center San Diego's
  intent to issue a solicitation for a Non-Personal service contract
  for a Research Assistant to provide research assistant services,
  to investigate the effect of refractive eye surgery on the
  quality vision in humans and is required to coordinate studies,
  conduct and assist in testing and evaluation of human subjects,
  compile results from the testing into appropriate databases,
  and participate in the analysis of the data. The services and
  duty hours will be performed at Refractive Surgery Center Branch
  Medical Clinic, Building 624-2,2650, Naval Training Center,
  Stockton Road, San Diego, CA 92106 unless specifically directed
  otherwise by the research Director or the Director , Refractive
  Surgery Center, NMCSD. Request for Quote, with detailed statement
  of work, will be made available immediately upon request, reference
  # N00259-01-T-0038. The expected period of performance is from
  01 September 2001 thru 31 August 2002. Award will be made based
  on price and meeting all the professional requirements listed
  in the SOW. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions
  and clauses are those in effect through FAC 97-27. The following
  clauses and provisions that are applicable will be incorporated
  into the solicitation. Request for a copy of RFQ ( request
  for quote) may be made by calling Loida Toledo at (619) 532-8122.
  All responsible sources may submit a quote which shall be considered.
  See number note(s) 1.  
LINKURL: Http://www.neco.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lctoledo@nmcsd.med.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V294)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1164,
  300 Highway 361, Crane, In 47522-5001
SUBJECT: A--BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA0 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
  FOR ORDNANCE, ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
SOL N00164-01-R-0155
POC Mr. Doug McDaniel, Contracting Officer, Code 1164, telephone
  812-854-5395, mcdaniel_d@crane.navy.mil
DESC: The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC
  Crane) conducts research and development directed toward ordnance,
  electronics, and electronic warfare technologies, processes,
  systems, subsystems and components in support of our nation's
  warfighters. For Ordnance, the Division's primary technical
  areas include Small Arms, Pyrotechnics, Ground Ordnance, and
  Surface Ordnance. The Electronics area includes Electrochemical
  Power Systems, Displays & Peripherals, Acoustic Sensors, Microelectronics,
  Computers & Processors, Chemical-Biological, and Physical Security.
  Areas of interest in Electronic Warfare are Electronic Countermeasures
  & Surveillance Systems, Night Vision/Electro-Optics, Microwave
  Components, and Radar. Our mission is to provide Fleet Support,
  Acquisition, Acquisition Engineering, Research and Development,
  Product Engineering, Systems Engineering, Test & Evaluation,
  Logistics, Maintenance & Repair, Legacy Systems/Products, and
  Program Management. Within these mission areas, the Division
  is responsible for the full spectrum of research & development,
  acquisition, and fleet support. Typical functions include fundamental
  research; concept formulation; assessment of system and subsystem
  requirements; development, analysis and evaluation of concepts,
  systems and subsystems; and development of operational systems.
  NSWC Crane is interested in receiving proposals for research
  and development in all of its mission areas. This notice constitutes
  a combined synopsis/Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) as contemplated
  in FAR 6.102(d)(2). It is intended that this BAA be open for
  a period of three years from the date of publication. Proposals
  may be submitted by any non-governmental entity including commercial
  firms, institutions of higher education with degree-granting
  programs in science and/or engineering (universities), or by
  consortia led by such concerns. NSWC Crane encourages participation
  by small business, small disadvantaged business, Hub-zone small
  business, woman-owned small business, veteran-owned small business,
  and historically black colleges and universities and minority
  institutions. However, no part of this BAA is specifically
  reserved for HBCUs/Mis. The following guidelines apply to concept
  papers or proposals. Typically each proposal may be: (1) funded
  incrementally for periods up to three years subject to the
  availability of appropriations; (2) funded between $10,000
  to $1,000,000, with the size of each dependent upon the topic
  (although NSWC Crane reserves the right to entertain larger
  proposals based on the availability of funds); (3) more than
  one effort may be funded for an individual topic area; (4)
  NSWC Crane is not interested in concepts that already have
  been developed or proven (even if they never have been sold
  before); (5) NSWC Crane seeks proposals for scientific study
  and experimentation directed toward advancing the state-of-the-art
  or increasing knowledge or understanding; and (6) deliverables
  should demonstrate the results of scientific study and experimentation
  rather than focus on a specific system or hardware solution.
  Proposals for non-innovative, marginal improvements are inappropriate
  under BAA authority and would not be considered for funding.
  In order to minimize the cost regarding proposal preparation,
  as an preliminary step, interested parties are strongly encouraged
  to submit an initial synopsis (commonly referred to as "white
  paper"). This white paper should not exceed 10 pages, with
  a technical description of the effort, a preliminary schedule,
  identification of risks, and a rough cost estimate. Offerors
  should submit the white papers electronically. The white paper
  must be accompanied by a title, BAA number, offeror name, project
  duration, approximate cost, and a brief abstract with information
  explicitly pertinent to the proposed work. The Government reserves
  the right to request a proposal from any, all, part of, or
  none of the offerors submitting white papers. Offerors submitting
  the most promising white papers will be encouraged to submit
  full technical and cost proposals on all or part of their white
  paper submission. However, any such encouragement does not
  assure a subsequent award. Offerors may submit full technical
  and cost proposals even if they did not submit a white paper
  or their white paper was not identified as promising. The Government
  will acknowledge the receipt of white papers and full technical
  and cost proposals by e-mail. White papers (and any resulting
  proposals) will be evaluated using the following evaluation
  criteria: (1) Overall scientific, technical, and socio-economic
  merits of the proposed effort; (2) Potential naval relevance
  and contributions of the effort to NSWC Crane's specific mission
  areas; (3) degree to which new and creative solutions to technical
  issues important to NSWC Crane programs are proposed as well
  as the degree to which technical data and/or computer software
  developed under the proposed effort are to be delivered to
  NSWC Crane with unrestricted (Government Purpose) rights; (4)
  The offeror's capabilities, related experience, facilities,
  techniques or unique combinations of these which are integral
  factors for achieving the proposal objectives; (5) The qualifications,
  capabilities and experience of the proposed Principal Investigator,
  team leader or other key personnel who are critical in achieving
  the proposal objectives; and (6) realism of the proposed costs
  and the availability of funds. These criteria are listed in
  descending order of importance, and the non-price factors,
  when taken together, are significantly more important than
  price. Based on evaluation of the white papers, participants
  may be selected and invited to submit full technical and cost
  proposals for evaluation by NSWC Crane using the above noted
  evaluation criteria. An invitation to submit a full proposal
  does not guarantee funding. THE GOVERNMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT
  TO SELECT FOR FUNDING ANY, ALL, PART, OR NONE OF THE RESPONSES
  RECEIVED. For efforts funded as legally binding commitments,
  evaluation of the socio-economic merits will include the extent
  of commitment in providing meaningful subcontracting opportunities
  for small business, small disadvantaged business, woman-owned
  small business, veteran-owned small business, Hub-zone small
  business, and historically black colleges and universities
  and minority institutions. This is to notify potential proposers
  that each grant or cooperative agreement that may be placed
  under this announcement or solicitation to an institution of
  higher education must include the following clause: "As a condition
  for receipt of funds available to the Department of Defense
  (DoD) under this award, the recipient agrees that it is not
  an institution that has a policy of denying, and that it is
  not an institution that effectively prevents, the Secretary
  of Defense from obtaining for military recruiting purposes:
  (A) entry to campuses or access to students on campuses; or
  (B) access to directory information pertaining to students.
  If the recipient is determined, using procedures established
  by the Secretary of Defense to implement section 558 of Public
  Law 103-337 (1994), to be such an institution during the period
  of performance of this agreement, and therefore to be in breach
  of this clause, the Government will cease all payments of DoD
  funds under this agreement and all other DoD grants and cooperative
  agreements, and it may suspend or terminate such grants and
  agreements unilaterally for material failure to comply with
  the terms and conditions of award." If your institution has
  been identified under the procedures established by the Secretary
  of Defense to implement section 558, then: (1) no funds available
  to DoD may be provided to your institution through any grant,
  including any existing grant; (2) as a matter of policy, this
  restriction also applies to any cooperative agreement, and
  (3) your institution is not eligible to receive a grant or
  cooperative agreement in response to this solicitation. Any
  commercial firm or institution of higher education may submit
  a proposal. There is no longer a requirement that the entity
  be U.S. in origin. White papers may be submitted any time prior
  to expiration of the BAA. There is no set date for submission.
  The World Wide Web page for NSWC Crane may be accessed for
  additional information regarding the mission, programs and
  objectives of the Division at http: www.crane.navy.mil. The
  following e-mail points of contact are provided for information
  regarding technical programs/technologies of interest within
  the warfare areas supported by NSWC Crane (Do not address white
  papers or proposals to these individuals): Mr. Mike Foster
  (foster_m@crane.navy.mil) and Mr. Dave Wright (wright_d@crane.navy.mil).
  The following e-mail point of contact is provided for information
  regarding contractual issues: Mr. Doug McDaniel (mcdaniel_d@crane.navy.mil).
  Please send white papers and proposals via e-mail to Mr. McDaniel
  or mail to Commander, ATTN: Mr. Doug McDaniel, Code 1164, Building
  64, 300 Highway 361, Crane, IN 47522-5011. Please refer to
  BAA number N00164-01-R-0155 in all correspondence and communications.
LINKURL: www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm
LINKDESC: 
  address
CITE: (W-228 SN50V296)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NPOESS/Integrated Program Office, NOAA/SAO Procurement
  Staff, 8455 Colesville Road, Suite 1450, Silver Spring, MD
  20910
SUBJECT: A--CONCEPT EXPLORATION STUDY FOR CLOUD AND AEROSOL POLARIMETRY
  SENSOR FOR NPOESS
SOL 52-SPNA-1-00072
DUE 090401
POC Jay W. Moore, 301-427-2126, ext. 112
DESC: This is a solicitation for a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Concept
  Exploration (CE) study to define the requirements and scientific/engineering
  capabilities for an aerosol polarimeter sensor and associated
  science algorithms to retrieve cloud and aerosol characteristics,
  hereafter termed the Cloud and Aerosol Polarimetry Sensor (CAPS).
  The purpose of this notice is primarily to advertise the availability
  of an RFP to be awarded competitively as a FFP contract for
  a CE study of the CAPS design and cost feasibility; secondly,
  the Government is providing notice of its intent to potentially
  release a solicitation for a subsequent Phase I contract; finally,
  this notice describes options under consideration for a Phase
  II down-select award for production of instrumentation, if
  subsequently approved as a bona fide requirement. This proposed
  instrument will measure along-track scene intensity as a function
  of wavelength and polarization to determine aerosol optical
  thickness, aerosol particle size, cloud particle size distribution,
  aerosol refractive index, and single scattering albedo and
  shape. The polarimeter would work in conjunction with the NPOESS/Visible
  Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument data. Refer
  to A--NPOESS POLARIMETER SOURCES SOUGHT FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
  & CAPABILITY, SOL 52-SPNA-1-00099, posted to the CBDNet on
  May 25, 2001, for the proposed sensor characteristics. The
  Integrated Operational Requirements Document - II (IORD-II)
  more specifically outlines these requirements in paragraphs
  4.1.6.2.1; 4.1.6.2.2; 4.1.6.2.3; and 4.1.6.3.3. These can be
  viewed from the web site at http://npoesslib.ipo.noaa.gov/.
  We anticipate awarding up to four (4), but not less than one
  (1) FFP contracts for aerosol polarimeter exploratory concept
  studies. Each award will be for an approximate value of $100,000.
  The period of performance will be approximately 90-120 days
  from the planned award date of November 01, 2001. By the end
  of the concept evaluation phase, the contractor(s) shall have:
  (1) identified a conceptual design for the aerosol polarimeter
  and science algorithms; (2) identified key potential trade
  studies using a cost-as-an-independent-variable approach; (3)
  addressed areas of development and implementation risk; (4)
  provided an Integrated Master Schedule for the development
  of an Engineering Development Unit and 2 flight units, and
  science algorithms; (5) provided a life cycle cost estimate
  and basis of estimate for the an EDU and two flight units including
  algorithms; and (6) prepared reports and briefed the findings
  of the CE study to the Government. The Government shall use
  the findings to assess industry's capability to proceed to
  the SDRR phase, the technical feasibility of obtaining the
  proposed EDRs, and the ability of the proposed conceptual design
  to be funded within the Government's allocated budget. An RFP
  will be issued to any interested respondents to this notice.
  Interested offerors are advised that their FFP proposals are
  intended to be limited to 30 pages. The anticipated format
  will be to (A) provide a conceptual design for the CAPS] sensor
  (10 pages) and science algorithms (5 pages), (B) provide a
  description of respondents' relevant and active experience
  with similar sensors and/or algorithms (5 pages), (C) discuss
  program management and teaming approach to CAPS (5 pages) including
  the concept study schedule, and (D) provide a CAPS notional
  development schedule and ROM costs (5 pages). The Government
  is not obligated to make any further awards beyond these studies.
  However, planning is underway for NOAA to release an RFP under
  full and open competition for a Phase I CAPS Sensor Design
  and Risk Reduction (SDRR) contract. Award will be approximately
  February 2002, with RFP release anticipated in late September
  to early October 2001. The Government intends to assess the
  results of the instant concept study award(s) as part of any
  subsequent Phase I SDRR proposal evaluation. Other interested
  offerors in the Phase I solicitation are encouraged to submit
  their own independently-funded CE study results, if they were
  not selected for a FFP CE award hereunder. If SDRR awards are
  made, the Government plans to reserve the right to award up
  to two (2) or more SDRR contracts to develop designs, including
  trade studies, for the proposed instrument and science algorithms,
  minimally culminating in a Preliminary Design Review (PDR).
  Significant input from NOAA scientists and algorithm teams
  is expected during performance of the SDRR phase. The NPOESS
  Preliminary Design and Risk Reduction (PDRR) contractors will
  also be reviewing the CE study results, advising the Government
  on the implications of the results, and assisting in the evaluation
  of the SDRR phase contracts. The CE study contractors and other
  interested offerors will be required to provide study results,
  or alternatively, equivalent information to the NPOESS PDRR
  contractors. The Government reserves the right to cancel any
  subsequent plans for an aerosol polarimeter down-select award.
  For information purposes, options being considered for selecting
  a Phase II contractor include letting the NPOESS Total System
  Performance Responsibility (TSPR) Contractor make the Phase
  II down-selection and award with Government input on the selection
  team; permitting the TSPR to make selection and award without
  Government input; or having the Government select the Phase
  II Contractor without TSPR input. The final strategy will be
  decided prior to any Phase I SDRR award. The CE RFP will appear
  approx. 15 days after release of this notice. Previous respondents
  to the May 25, 2001 RFI sources sought for "interest and capability"
  are advised that they may formally append their prior response
  to their proposal for this FFP contract. Unless directed to
  do so by the Offeror, the Government will not score any prior
  response as part of this FFP Concept Study proposal. These
  prior responses were designated as business proprietary/competition
  sensitive, and are not releasable under 5 U.S.C 552(b)(4),
  "Trade Secrets ." However, responses to this RFP shall be shared
  with the current NPOESS PDRR contracts, NPOESS' support contractors,
  including FFRDC's and SETA's; therefore, respondents should
  have appropriate non-disclosure agreements (NDA's) in place,
  if necessary. The estimated RFP release date is 04 September
  2001, with an estimated proposal due date of 04 October 2001.
  ALL QUALIFIED VENDORS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Vendors are cautioned
  to restrict any Government contacts on CAPS to the Contracting
  Officer listed herein. See Numbered Notes: 12, 25, 26. 
LINKURL: http://npoesslib.ipo.noaa.gov/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jay.moore@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2C3)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: NASA/Ames Research Center, JA:M/S 241-1, Moffett Field,
  CA 94035-1000
SUBJECT: A--ASTROBIOLOGY AND SPACE RESEARCH SERVICES
SOL RFP2-36482-PBH-ROB
POC  Patricia B. Hudson, Contracting Officer, Phone (650) 604-3001,
  Fax (650) 604-4646, Email phudson@mail.arc.nasa.gov
DESC: This synopsis amendment is issued to inform the interested
  parties that the date of issuance of the Final RFP will be
  on or about September 17, 2001. This deferment enables us to
  better respond to the comments and questions and make further
  improvements to the Final RFP. A posting of all questions and
  comments from the Pre-Solicitation conference will be posted
  to the NAIS either before or at the same time as the Final
  RFP.
LINKURL: http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=D&pin=21#RFP2-36482-PBH-ROB
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: phudson@mail.arc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2C4)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
SOL SP04001R4108
DUE 101601
POC Karen Harris/AX601/804-279-4510/fax/804-279-6303
DESC: DESC: NSN5342010743763, YPG01171000983, Cap, Filler Opening.
  PRLI 0001 Quantity 625 each required delivery 50 DARO, to Tracy
  CA, PRLI 0002 Quantity 529 each required delivery 50 DARO,
  To New Cumberland PA. Other than full and open (10 U.S.C. 2304
  (c)(1) (FAR 6.302-1). Numbered Notes: 23 Qualification requirements
  (FAR 52.209-1). Additional information not covered by numbered
  notes unrestricted. This is a source control item. Configuration
  control item. To request a copy of an RFP/IFB solicitation,
  you may call the "Request for R and B Hot Line" at 804-279-3350;
  DSCR, Bid Custodian, DSCR-JJC, 8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Richmond,
  VA 23297-5860. For copies of RFQ solicitations, contact the
  buyer: Karen Harris/AX601/804-279-4510/fax/804-279-6303. The
  solicitation issue date is 09/13/01. Contracting Officer: 
   Stephen Allgeier/804-279-4105. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2O3)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Commercial Acquisition Department, Bldg 11, Naval Undersea
  Warfare Center Division, Newport, Code 59, Simonpietri Dr.,
  Newport, RI 02841-1708
SUBJECT: A--COMPLETION OF MORTALITY STUDY
SOL N66604-01-Q-5948
DUE 091401
POC Carol Boehler, Contracting Officer at (401) 832-1489; FAX
  (401) 832-4820
DESC: The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, Rhode
  Island intends to contract with New York University on a sole
  source basis for completion of a mortality study. Standardized
  Mortality Rate of 76,000 men with submarine service from 1969
  to 1982 will be compared to the general male population and
  possibly a veteran comparison group. This project is required
  to finish a previously funded, Office of Naval Research sponsored
  project that was subcontracted to New York University as a
  result of a nation-wide competition. The study will take 5
  months to complete. Scientific continuity of effort is required.
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures will be followed. There will
  not be a formal, written solicitation. Estimated RFP release
  date: 9/7/01; NAICS Code: 541330.  
LINKURL: http://www.npt.nuwc.navy.mil/contract/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: boehlercg@npt.nuwc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2S3)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
  = (FHWA), Office of Acquisition Management, HAAM, Room 4410
  400 7th = Street, S.W., Washington, DC, 20590
SUBJECT: A--INNOVATIVE PRACTICES AND BRIEFS
SOL DTFH61-01-Q-00048
DUE 083101
POC Veronica Wooten, Purchasing Agent, Phone 202/366-4239, Fax
  = 202/366-3293, Email veronica.wooten@fhwa.dot.gov - Donna
  McAleer, = Contracting Officer, Phone (202) 366-4270, Fax (202)
  366-3293, Email = donna.mcaleer@fhwa.dot.gov
DESC: The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) plans to award
  a = modification to Bergstralh-Shaw-Newman (BSN), Inc. for
  a continuation = of services. Theses services include research
  of State DOTs and = highway agencies to write, edit, and report
  on 12 innovative practices = that will be used throughout the
  State and local transportation = agencies. The information
  will be presented in established formats = that will summarize
  an innovative practice. Additionally, the briefs = will identify
  the innovative workforce practices, standards, formats, = performance
  measurements, in addition to other criteria that will be =
  used by the State and local highway agencies to recruit, develop,
  and = retain personnel. The briefs will also include information
  on how = benefits are derived from the practices and corresponding
  data analysis = to support claimed benefits. Because Bergstralh-Shaw-Newman
  has the = expertise, history and knowledge of the required
  sources to write, and = research the briefs they are the only
  known source for the FHWA. This = is a Simplified Acquisition
  and the anticipated award date is August = 31, 2001. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/FHWA/OAM/DTFH61-01-Q-00048/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V311)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Bid Office, SPAWARSYSCEN, Code D21B, 53570 Silvergate
  Avenue, Bldg. A33, Room 0061, San Diego, CA 92152-5112
SUBJECT: A--BAA IN SUPPORT OF DARPA MICROSYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY OFFICE
  IN THESE TECHNOLOGY AREAS: (1) MICROELECTRONICS, (2) MICRO-ELECTROMECHANICAL
  SYSTEMS (MEMS), (3) OPTO-ELECTRONICS AND/OR (4) OF PHOTONICS
  TECHNOLOGY. ALSO OF INTEREST ARE PROPOSALS FOR RESEARCH AND
  DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR HETEROGENE
SOL N66001-01-X-6039
DUE 100102
POC POC Esther Christianson, 619-553-4333; Contracting Officer
  L. Joye Socha
DESC: BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA): The Space and Naval Warfare
  Systems Center, (SPAWARSYSCEN) San Diego in support of the
  Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Microsystems
  Technology Office (MTO) is seeking proposals (technical and
  cost) for research and development in the following areas:
  (1) microelectronics, (2) micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS),
  (3) opto-electronics and/or (4) of photonics technology. Also
  of interest are proposals for research and development of technologies
  for heterogeneous integration of electronics, photonics, MEMS,
  and other components. Proposed efforts should offer potential
  for significant impact on the current technology and national
  defense. MTO has identified electronics, photonics, and MEMS
  as core technologies. The current focus of MTO is on advancing
  aspects of the core technologies as well as advancing new technologies
  and approaches for chip-scale heterogeneous integration to
  produce new microsystem components and capabilities. Chem/Bio
  Chips for detection of chemical or biological threats are representative
  of this new era of heterogeneous integration. The tight coupling
  of lasers with highly integrated digital circuits for high
  bandwidth signal access to memory is another example. These
  heterogeneously integrated chips are expected to aid in MTO's
  current goals to develop and exploit micro-scale sense and
  action amplifiers for the war fighter, establish battle space
  information channels with greatest bandwidth possible, and
  provide degrees of connectivity not possible with present technologies.
  Additional information on the programs within MTO is available
  within the DARPA web site (http://www.darpa.mil). This announcement
  will be open through 1 October 2002. Awards may be made at
  any time throughout this period. Such awards will depend upon
  evaluations described below and availability of funds. The
  Government further reserves the right to issue contracts, grants,
  cooperative agreements or other transactions.  Award decisions
  will be based on a competitive selection of proposals resulting
  from a peer and/or scientific review. The full set of evaluation
  criteria (listed in order of importance) are as follows: (1)
  Overall scientific or technical merits of the proposal; (2)
  potential transition to Department of Defense systems; (3)
  availability of funds; (4) the Offeror's capabilities, past
  performance, plan of execution, and facilities; (5) realism
  of the proposed cost.   Proposers are strongly encouraged
  to submit an initial synopsis/white paper, up to seven pages,
  inclusive of cover page, as the initial submission. A cover
  sheet is to be included as the front page with the following
  information included (1) BAA number; (2) Technical area (microelectronics,
  micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), opto-electronics and/or
  photonics technology), (3) Lead Organization Submitting Proposal;
  (4) Type of business, selected among the following categories:
  "LARGE BUSINESS," "SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS," "OTHER SMALL
  BUSINESS," HBCU," "MI," OTHER EDUCATIONAL," or "OTHER NONPROFIT"
  (5) Contractor's reference number (if any); (6) Other team
  members (if applicable) and type of business for each; (7)
  Proposal title; (8) Technical point of contact to include salutation,
  last name, street address, city, state, zip code, telephone,
  fax (if available,), electronic mail (if available); (9) Administrative
  point of contact to include: salutation, last name, first name,
  street address, city, state, zip code, telephone, fax (if available),
  electronic mail (if available), total funds requested, and
  the amount of cost-share (if any); and Date proposal was prepared.
  The body of the synopsis should include a technical description
  of the effort, a preliminary schedule, identification of risks,
  and a rough cost estimate. The initial submission (white paper
  or full proposal) will be evaluated using a reduced set of
  evaluation criteria from the full set of evaluation criteria:
  (1) Overall scientific or technical merits of the proposal;
  (2) potential transition to Department of Defense systems;
  (3) availability of funds  The white paper is to be submitted
  electronically. The URL for the SPAWAR E-Commerce Central is
  https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil. (Note that this does not
  include a "www" prefix). White papers shall not contain classified
  data. The requirements for the offeror's e-proposal (white
  paper) are: 1) Adobe Acrobat version 4.01 or greater shall
  be used to create the "PDF" files and 2) The white paper submission
  files may be compressed (zipped) into one, self-extracting
  file entitled "PROPOSAL.EXE" using WinZip version 6.3 or greater.
  Consequently, the Offeror will be notified as to possible interest
  by the government. Upon notification, the proposer will be
  requested to submit a full proposal. Likewise the proposer
  will be notified if there is no interest in the proposed ideas
  represented in the white paper at that time. A debrief will
  not be available for white papers.  If requested to submit
  a full proposal, this also will be submitted electronically.
  For the full proposal, the technical volume of the proposal
  is limited to 50 pages (Eight and one-half by eleven inches),
  excluding resumes, and management/facilities information. This
  volume should also include a separate section of specific task/subtask
  statements of the proposed work so that these could be incorporated
  into a Government Statement of Work (SOW). It shall also provide
  a motivation of value and purpose (i.e. if this is successful
  what impact it would have to the commercial and/or military
  world?), a concise technical scope and or goal, a contractor
  statement of work, complete technical details, a schedule of
  anticipated milestones or checkpoints, discussions of risks,
  and discussion of related work so as to put this proposed work
  into context. The schedule should include the milestones and
  deliverables, both reports and hardware. This volume should
  also clearly illustrate any technical data or computer software,
  which will be supplied to the government with other than unlimited
  rights and should identify other funding agencies for which
  the proposal has been submitted. The cost volume should: 1)
  be a separate document which clearly shows the costs of each
  proposed task separately, by month; and 2) provide Contract
  Pricing proposal Cover Sheet IAW FAR Table 15-2 (located after
  FAR 15.408), supported by adequate breakout of cost elements
  and rates by month for the purpose of cost/price analysis.
  Proposed subcontractor costs should be proposed in a similar
  detail. Cost proposals should be valid for a period of six
  (6) months after the date of submission.   The URL for the
  SPAWAR E-Commerce Central is https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil.
  (Note that this does not include a "www" prefix). Proposal
  shall not contain classified data. The requirements for the
  offeror's e-proposal are: 1) Adobe Acrobat version 4.01 or
  greater shall be used to create the "PDF" files; 2) The proposal
  submission files may be compressed (zipped) into one, self-extracting
  file entitled "PROPOSAL.EXE" using WinZip version 6.3 or greater;
  and 3) Cost or Pricing Type Data: All information relating
  to cost and pricing type data shall be included only in the
  section of the proposal designated by the Contracting Officer
  as the Cost Proposal. Under no circumstances shall cost and
  pricing type data be included elsewhere in the proposal. 
   Any administrative questions may be addressed to Ms. Esther
  Christianson at (619) 553-4443 or e-mail at echristi@spawar.navy.mil
  or mailed SPAWARSYSCEN, Attn: Esther Christianson, Code D212,
  53560 Hull St., San Diego, CA 92152-5001. Questions of a technical
  nature may be submitted, by email only, to Dr. Cynthia Hanson,
  email chanson@spawar.navy.mil. The answer to the two most frequently
  asked questions, " Is this of interest?" or "Is this within
  scope of the BAA?" will be answered by, "An initial synopsis
  must be submitted in order to answer your question." Proposals
  may be submitted anytime during the open period of this announcement
  and should be unclassified. The Government reserves the right
  to select for award, all, some, or none of the proposals received
  in response to this announcement. The Government may also only
  select specific tasks within a proposal for award. This notice
  constitutes a BAA as contemplated in FAR 6.102(d)(2). No additional
  written information is available, nor will a formal request
  for proposal (RFP) or other solicitation regarding this announcement
  be issued. Interested parties are invited to respond to this
  synopsis. All responsible parties' responses will be considered.

LINKURL: https://e-commerce.spawar.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
  get information on how to submit electronically.
EMAILADD: echristi@spawar.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  for this BAA.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V322)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development
OFFADD: Army Research Laboratory, Attn: AMSSB-ACC-AA, Aberdeen
  Proving Ground, MD 21005-5066
SUBJECT: A--HRED SERVICES FOR FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS SUPPORT
SOL W813LT-1229-7025
DUE 090801
POC Jeanine Worthington, Contract Specialist
DESC: The Army Research Laboratory intends to negotiate with
  HF Engineering for Statement of Work, Title: Evaluation of
  the Skill and Workload Demand on Operator Control Unit Users
  During Critical Future Combat System Missions. This effort
  supports the mission of the Human Research and Engineering
  Directorate Field Element at Ft. Knox, KY. The objective of
  this effort is to measure the skill and workload demands on
  the OCU operators performing critical mission tasks. The contractor
  shall: (1) Prepare TLX and JASS test materials; (2) Prepare
  and present the test briefing materials for both test subjects
  and administrative personnel, (3) Administer TLX and JASS to
  subjects for OCU critical tasks during test design and pilot
  testing, (4) Obtain TLX and JASS data for the same critical
  tasks on other systems previously used in earlier research;
  (5) Assess test results and modify TLX and JASS test procedures
  based on results and test observations; (6) Prepare a test
  report on Phase One (test design and pilot testing); (7) Administer
  revised JASS and TLX test to subjects after completion of Trials
  1 and 2; (8) Analyze test data and report findings on Phase
  Two (first test session; trials 1 and 2), (9) Provide remote
  support (telephone, e-mail, faxes, etc.) for data collection
  during Trials 3 and 4, (10) Support TLX and JASS data collection
  during third test session (Trials 5 and 6), (11) Prepare and
  present post-test briefing of preliminary findings and collect
  feedback from subjects and test coordinators, and (12) Prepare
  a final test report on all three phases. Negotiations are planned
  solely with HF Engineering. The sole proprietor, Mr. Tillman,
  has conducted human factors evaluations on ground military
  vehicles for more than thirty years. After reviewing the required
  tasks and qualifications of this sole proprietor, it was determined
  that only Mr. Tillman has the unique skills and qualifications
  required to execute this effort without additional training
  or preparation. He is uniquely qualified to participate in
  the Operator Control Unit (OCU) assessment program because
  of his expertise in both JASS and TLX, which he has used in
  very similar experiments for ARL. This will be of benefit when
  defining which task scenarios to evaluate for the follow-on
  test. He also developed the new Job Assessment Software System
  (JASS). JASS measures skill sets required by the operators
  and will allow direct comparison of the two versions of OCU.
  No other ARL tool in common use can make these assessments.
  Interested persons may identify their interest and capability.
  Information received will be considered only for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  Capabilities statements referencing W813LT 1229-7025 may be
  faxed to (410) 278-6522. No telephone requests will be honored.

CITE: (W-229 SN50V398)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: DOC; Mountain Administrative Support Center; Acquisition
  Management Division; 325 Broadway MC3; Boulder, CO
SUBJECT: A--RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
SOL NB838000105229MB
DUE 083101
POC Michelle Bernal, Purchasing Agent, (303) 497-3983 or FAX
  (303) 497-3163
DESC: The National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  proposes to negotiate on a sole source basis contract under
  the authority of 41 U.S.C. 253(c)(1) with the Russian Research
  Center on Standardization Information & Certification of Materials
  for the collection and evaluation of a complete set of thermophysical,
  thermochemical, and transport property data of pure chemicals
  and their mixtures published in Russian from 1950 to 2002 in
  all types of original sources, including periodical journals,
  proceedings of scientific conferences, advanced degree theses,
  and deposited research reports (VINITI) in cooperation with
  Thermodynamics Research Center (TRC) of Physical and Chemical
  Properties Division. This requirement will be awarded with
  a base year, September 15, 2001 - September 14, 2002, and 2
  anticipated option years. This procurement is being conducted
  per FAR Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Procedures. This synopsis
  is issued for information only. No competitive solicitation
  is planned. Information submitted in response to this notice
  will be used solely to determine whether or not use of competitive
  procedures to fulfill this requirement would be in the Government's
  best interest and must address qualifications pertinent to
  this requirement. Terms and Conditions and agency level protest
  procedures can be found on web site http: oamweb.osec.doc.gov/conops
  #REFERENCE. Hard copy in full text available from office address
  and phone number listed in notice. Anticipated award date September
  4, 2001.
EMAILADD: Michelle.A.Bernal@noaa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2A4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: A--Research and Development--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management
  Division (MD-33), Attention: OARSC, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27711
SUBJECT: A--DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPOSITION DATABASE FOR SELECTED
  MULTICOMPONENT OILS
SOL UKE072
POC Phillip R. Fields (919) 541-4556
DESC: The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) intends to
  negotiate on a sole source basis with Environment Canada, Environmental
  Technology Advancement, Emergencies Science Division, Tech
  Center, Ottawa Ontario K1A OH3 for Development of a Composition
  Database for Selected Multicomponent Oils. These multicomponent
  composition data are required as inputs for simulations to
  be run with the EPA Research Object-Oriented Oil Spill (ERO3S)
  model. These data are unavailable in the literature due to
  the complexity and expense of making the measurements. Environment
  Canada (Environmental Technology Centre, Ottawa, Canada) has
  developed a physical property database for about 420 crude
  oils and petroleum products. The database includes properties
  (density, viscosity, surface tension) of fresh oils and after
  significant amounts of weathering. These data have been selected
  by EPA as standard inputs to the EPA Research Object-Oriented
  Oil Spill (ERO3S) model. Additional data beyond that available
  in the database is needed by EPA to advance the state of the
  art of oil spill modeling. The data that are required are detailed
  data on the composition of the oils. Primarily these consist
  of the identify of the individual chemicals that compose the
  oils and their amount in the oil. The compositional data, however,
  must be compatible with physical property data for use in simulations.
  Because of the unique nature of the physical property database,
  Environment Canada is the only known offerer who can supply
  compositional data that matches the physical property database.
    U.S. EPA is developing models for application to environmental
  problems associated with accidental spills and releases of
  petroleum hydrocarbons and other multicomponent oils (collectively
  denoted "oils" hereafter). Properties of the oils may be dependent
  upon the oil phase composition and as such may change during
  weathering. It is recognized that much effort must be expended
  to generate the data requested below and it is expected that,
  if possible, the majority of the data will come from prior
  analyses. It is also recognized that complete characterization
  of petroleum oils is not possible. Therefore it is expected
  that the characterizations supplied will be as complete as
  practicable, but some chemicals will not be identified and/or
  quantified.  The required databases shall be provided as
  a single Microsoft Access database file, unless prior agreement
  of EPA is obtained. The U.S. EPA shall have the royalty-free
  right to use, distribute, combine with software products, add-to
  or modify the databases.   The scope of work includes four
  products:  Product 1) Quality Assurance Plan. Develop a Quality
  Assurance Project Plan as described . The plan shall be submitted
  to the US EPA for comments before any work is commenced under
  this project.   Product 2) Database of Chemical Constituents
  Provide a database of chemical constituents of crude oils.
  Existing, unpublished data shall be compiled and extended where
  necessary to provide the required degree of detail on oil composition.
  The eight oils of immediate interest to the EPA are: Alaska
  North Slope, South Louisiana, Arabian Light, Bunker C, No.
  6 Fuel Oil, No. 2 Fuel Oil, West Texas Intermediate, Orimulsion
  400, Gasoline, and Alberta Sweet Mixed Blend.   Compositional
  data shall be provided for each evaporation volume % given
  in the existing EC database. The intent is to obtain both the
  physical properties and composition for the same conditions
  of weathering of the oil.   The composition information shall
  include the Geographical name of the crude (or name if a fuel),
  sample date, production method, laboratory performing analysis,
  methods of analysis, accuracy of determinations, fraction of
  total identified, generalized composition (fraction aromatic,
  alkane, branched alkane, etc. ), density ( at specified temperature(s),
  if available) and viscosity (at specified temperature(s) if
  available). For each individual chemical: name, CAS#, weight
  percent, accuracy, detection limit.  Product 3.) Written
  Report. Provide a written report describing work done to complete
  products 1 through 3. The report shall include an introduction,
  description of objectives, analytical methods used, the results
  (including data in a tabular form), discussion, conclusions
  and references. The discussion section shall include a discussion
  of the limitations of the results with specific focus on the
  completeness of the compositional data for each oil.  Product
  4) Web Site. Prepare a web site or amend an existing web site
  to include compositional data to the public. After completion
  of the database for all oils listed in product 2, the data
  shall be made available to the public.   Delivery is required
  in September, 2002, fob destination to Athens, GA. EPA believes
  that Environment Canada is the only vendor capable of satisfying
  the requirement. The circumstance permitting "Other than full
  and open competition" is FAR 6.302-1, "Only one responsible
  source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency
  requirements". All interested parties who believe they can
  provide the required items should submit a Statement of Capabilities,
  including details on the approach to be taken to accomplish
  Products 1, 2, 3, and 4, within 15 days from the date of this
  announcement. The North American Industry Classification System
  (NAICS) Code 514199 , which has a size standard of $5,000,000
  to qualify as a small business, is applicable. The intent of
  this notice is to determine if any other source(s) exist, and
  therefore, no solicitation (RFQ) is available. Consequently,
  any response failing to provide the aforementioned data but
  instead choosing to merely submit a routine letter requesting
  a copy of the RFQ will be ignored. Submit response to U.S.
  EPA, Attn: Phillip R. Fields (MD-33), Contracts Management
  Division, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711. . 
EMAILADD: fields.phillip@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2W7)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards
  and Technology (NIST), Acquisition and Logistics Division,
  100 Bureau Drive, Building 301, Room B129, Mail Stop 3571,
  Gaithersburg, MD, 20899-3571
SUBJECT: B--B -- SPECIAL STUDIES AND ANALYSIS - NOT R AND D
SOL SB1341-01-Q-1005
DUE 082701
POC Fred Ettehadieh, Contract Specialist, Phone (301) 975-8329,
  Fax (301) 975-8884, Email fred.ettehadieh@nist.gov
DESC: This notice constitutes amendment No. 0001 to Synopsis/Solicitation
  Number SB1341-01-Q-1005. This notice serves, as the official
  amendment to subject Request for Quotation. The purpose of
  this amendment is: (1) Standard Form 18, Block 11 (Schedule),
  Item No 0004 is corrected to read: The Contractor shall provide
  services in accordance with (IAW) Statement of Work (SOW) Task
  C.4. (2) Section 13, 52.213-4, Terms and Conditions?Simplified
  Acquisition (Other Than Commercial Items)(MAR 2001), Clause
  52.232-1, Payments (APR 1984) does not apply to this procurement.
  (3) Section 25 is hereby added. Clause 52.232-7, Payments under
  Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts. The Response Date
  for receipt of offers is not extended. Except as provided herein,
  all other terms and conditions of Solicitation Number SB1341-01-Q-1005
  remain unchanged and in full force and effect. End of amendment
  No. 0001 to Synopsis/Solicitation Number SB1341-01-Q-1005.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOC/NIST/AcAsD/SB1341-01-Q-1005/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2C8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric
  = Administration (NOAA), AG/Acquisition Management Division,
  SSMC4 - Room = 7601/OFA61 1305 East West Highway, 7th Floor,
  Silver Spring, MD, 20910
SUBJECT: B--NATURAL RESOURCE STUDIES
SOL 100007
DUE 083101
POC Sarah Huber, Contract Specialist, Phone (301) 713-0855, Fax
  = (301) 713-0806, Email sally.j.huber@noaa.gov
DESC: B-U. S. Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic
  and = Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Ocean Services
  (NOS), Office = of Coastal Resources Management (OCRM), Estuarine
  Reserves Division = intends to negotiate on a sole source basis
  with Deborah Cook, = Portland, ME., Nancy Diamond, Washington,
  D.C., and Paul Ticco, = Charlottesville, VA. To provide services
  as a team to develop = assessment instruments, conduct site
  visits, telephone interviews, = collect and analyze data, report
  findings, develop outreach materials = and make recommendations
  for program improvements, and new program = developments. The
  Communications and Marketing Specialist shall serve = as Team
  Leader for the work and assume responsibility for overall =
  coordination and facilitation of the team work plan, submission
  of = products and point person on the team for communications
  with the = Estuarine Reserves Division Project Manager. Program
  Assessment/Social = Sciences Specialist will assume primary
  responsibility for development = of the interview instruments
  for data collection, and consideration of = performance measures
  for the workshop program and the new training = initiative.
  The Coastal Management/Education Specialist will assume = primary
  responsibility for developing the inventory of coastal = decision-maker
  workshops across the system, and recommendations for = reporting
  guidelines, mechanisms for sharing resources and expertise,
  = and review of the range of coastal decision-maker audiences
  targeted = under these programs. This is a notice of intent,
  and should not be = considered a solicitation, therefore no
  solicitation package exists. = Award will be made using simplified
  acquisition procedures. Reference = 100007
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOC/NOAA/AGAMD/100007/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2I2)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: USDA, Forest Service, East Zone Contracting, P.O. Box
  130, Bozeman, MT 59771
SUBJECT: B--EASTSIDE SOCIAL ASSESSMENT
SOL R1-11-1-097
DUE 091701
POC Kathy Kuharski 406-587-6763
DESC: Eastside Social Assessment on the Gallatin National Forest,
  Gallatin County, Montana. Project consists of a broad assessment
  of the social setting, public perception, public use and issues
  of the management of the eastern Montana National Forest. Deliverable
  will be one report containing an evaluation of all existing
  information; format to be hard copy and also CD. Delivery March
  1, 2002. Work is estimated to begin September 24, 2001; approximate
  issue date of August 30, 2001
EMAILADD: kkuharski@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2X2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: B--Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
OFFADD: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,
  Acquisitions Management Branch, 79 T.W. Alexander Drive, Building
  4401 Research Commons, P.O. Box 12874, Research Triangle Park,
  NC 27709
SUBJECT: B--MICROARRAY DATA ANALYSIS
SOL DLI10491
DUE 083101
POC Contact Point, Dee Lunney, Contracting Officer, 919-541-0387
DESC: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  intends to award a sole source purchase order to North Carolina
  State University(NCSU), Raleigh, NC, pursuant to 41 U.S.C.253(c)(1)--Only
  one responsible source and no other supplies or services will
  satisfy agency requirements. This procurement is a collaborative
  research project with the NCSU Bioformatics Research Center
  for micro-array data analysis to study development and identification
  of co-regulated genes using expression data and gene sequence
  information.  All responsible sources may respond by submitting
  a written narrative statement of capability within 5 days of
  closing date of notice to Dee Lunney at the above address for
  consideration by the agency. Response must include detailed
  technical information and other technical literature demonstrating
  the ability to meet these requirements. Responses shall also
  include itemized pricing that is sufficient to make a determination
  that competition is feasible. If no affirmative responses are
  received within 5 days of this notice to determine whether
  a qualified source is more advantageous to the Government,
  an order will be placed with the NCSU. The NAICS Code/Size
  is 541690/$5.0M. This procurement is to be processed using
  Simplified Acquisition Procedures.*****  
LINKURL: NA
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3C1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  (PBS), Property Development (8PF), Denver Federal Center, 6th
  and Kipling Streets, Building 41, Denver, CO, 80225
SUBJECT: C--C -- A/E DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FOR BYRON ROGERS
  U.S. COURTHOUSE RENOVATION DENVER, COLORADO
SOL GS-08P-01-JFC-0069
DUE 091001
POC Dannie Crowder, Contracting Officer, Phone (303) 236-7070
  x267, Fax (303) 236-3606, Email danny.crowder@gsa.gov - Dannie
  Crowder, Contracting Officer, Phone (303) 236-7070 x267, Fax
  (303) 236-3606, Email danny.crowder@gsa.gov
DESC: SIC Code 8712, C?Architect Engineer Services Solicitation
  # GS-08P-01-JFC-0069 Byron G. Rogers Courthouse Renovation
  Project, Denver, Colorado. This is a revision to the original
  synopsis to clarify the following items. Under the section
  HOW TO OFFER please make note the following revisions. To be
  considered elegible for consideration of award each RFQ must
  consist of a SF 254 and SF 255 or equivalent for the A/E firm
  as well as Mechanical and Electrical Consultants. In addition,
  each offer must address the four evaluation criteria requirements
  for the A/E firm and Mechanical and Electrical Consultants.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/GSA/PBS/8PF/GS-08P-01-JFC-0069/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2B3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: Federal Aviation Administration, Contracts Branch, Eastern
  Region, 1 Avaition Plaza, Jamaica, NY 11434-4809
SUBJECT: C--DESIGN SERVICES & OTHER RELATED SERVICES FOR A NEW
  ATCT & ADMINISTRATIVE BASE BLDG., NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
SOL DTFA05-01-TM003
DUE 090701
POC Theresa Mirro, Contracting Officer, (718) 553-3079
DESC: The Federal Aviation Administration has a requirement for
  design services for a New Intermediate Activity Level (IAL)
  Airport Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and Administrative Base
  Building at Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport,
  Newport News, VA. Due to time restraints, urgency of this project
  and since this new tower will be site adapted from Washington
  Standard Design (New Castle County Airport, Air Traffic Control
  Tower in Delaware) the FAA is going to negotiate only with
  three (3) qualifed contractors: Jacob Facilities, Inc., Arlington,
  VA.,; Holmes & Narver, Orange, CA., and Leo A. Daly, Omaha,
  Nebraska. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2K4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, 106 South
  15th Street, Omaha, NE 68102-1618
SUBJECT: C--DESIGN OF UPGRADE ACADEMIC FACILITY, PHASE IV, USAF
  ACADEMY, CO
SOL DACA45-01-R-0022
DUE 083101
POC Loreen K. Blume, Contract Specialist (402) 221-4265
DESC: Reference previous CBD notice #50T1T6 dated 27 July 2001.
  The estimated construction cost is revised (increased) from
  between $18,000,000 and $22,000,000 to between $30,000,000
  and $35,000,000. Submittals (SF 254/255) must be received no
  later than 4:00 PM CDT on 31 August 01, a week extension from
  the aforementioned CBD notice.
LINKURL: http://ebs.nwo.usace.army.mil/ebs/contract/htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Loreen.K.Blume@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2M6)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: C--Architect and Engineering Services - Construction--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia Wanamaker
  Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  19107
SUBJECT: C--INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND
  HAZARDOUS/TOXIC ENGINEERING SERVICES
SOL N/A
POC Robert M. Bencal (215) 656-6606
DESC: 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: The Philadelphia District, U.S.
  Army Corps of Engineers intends to award up to two (2) Indefinite
  Delivery Contracts for Environmental and Hazardous/Toxic Engineering
  Services. Each contract will be for a base period with options
  for up to two (2) additional periods. A contract period shall
  not exceed 12 months. The maximum task order limit is $1,000,000.00.
  The cumulative amount of all task orders shall not exceed $1,000,000.00
  in either the base or any of the option periods. The cumulative
  total for the base and the option periods shall not exceed
  $3,000,000.00. An option will be awarded at the discretion
  of the Contracting Officer based on reaching the value limit
  first and then reaching the time limit. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION:
  The selected firm(s) will be used primarily for Environmental
  and Hazardous/Toxic type services. The work under these contracts
  will primarily be in support of Military Installations, Civil
  Works, and the Work for Others Program, and missions assigned
  to the Philadelphia District. Most work will be within the
  Philadelphia District's boundaries. The District's boundaries
  include portions of the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
  New York, Maryland, and Delaware. Work may be required outside
  of these boundaries. Individual task orders will be allocated
  among the contracts using the following criteria in descending
  order of importance: (1) the specialized experience of the
  selected firm, such as type of work (investigation, remediation,
  soils, groundwater); (2) conflict of interest; (3) capacity
  to accomplish the task order in the required time; (4) distribution
  of work among the contractors. Primary work under this contract
  will involve but not be limited to; preparation of environmental
  assessments, preliminary assessments and environmental impact
  statements; planning and implementation of environmental and
  hazardous/toxic investigations; preparation and implementation
  of plans for the sampling and analysis of hazardous/contaminated
  materials; planning and implementation related to environmental
  restoration; implementation and oversight of site specific
  health and safety pans; preparation of concept, preliminary
  and detailed designs for the removal/remediation/abatement/restoration
  of areas and or facilities with environmental hazards including
  soil and groundwater, lead paint, asbestos, PCB's, and other
  contaminated wastes; preparation of environmental inventories
  and baseline studies; preparation of human health and ecological
  risk assessments; investigation of permit requirements, preparation
  of permit applications; and other related efforts to prepare
  assessments, conduct investigations, and prepare reports and
  designs in support of Military Installations, Civil Works,
  the Work for Others Program, and missions assigned to the Philadelphia
  District. Designs shall include drawings, specifications, estimates,
  design analysis, schedules, and related efforts. Other secondary
  related work shall include but not be limited to the repair,
  alteration, and new construction in the areas of architectural,
  civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, architectural landscaping,
  geotechnical engineering, archaeology, interior design, planning,
  and recreation. All work shall comply with the jurisdictional
  regulations and laws to include the requirements for registrations,
  licenses, and/or certifications. Support during Construction
  efforts will be a part of this contract. This will involve
  the various field, office, scheduling, claim and related efforts.
  Professional qualifications in the primary areas shall include
  but not be limited to: environmental engineer, environmental
  scientist, certified industrial hygienist, biologist, geologist,
  chemist, hydrology, hydraulic engineering, civil, and geotechnical
  engineering. Specification writers and cost estimators to support
  the above efforts shall be provided. Secondary professional
  qualification for other related and secondary design efforts
  shall include but not be limited to: architect, civil, structural,
  mechanical, electrical, fire protection engineers, landscape
  architect, interior designer, surveyor, specification writer
  and cost estimator for these efforts. Technical support, including
  drawing production, and other related efforts shall be required.
  Responding firms shall indicate their experience with the Automated
  Review Management Systems (ARMS), the Corps of Engineers M-CACES
  Gold cost estimating system, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
  Computerized Specifications (SPECSINTACT),and the production
  of drawings and graphic data in Computer aided Drafting and
  Design system (CADD). The contractor must be able to supply
  completed products in IBM PC compatible software. The contractor
  shall adhere to the Tri-Service Spatial Data Standards. The
  firms must be qualified in the work areas described and be
  familiar with the requirements and regulations of the Corps
  of Engineers, EPA, and other agencies which have jurisdiction.
  3. SELECTION CRITERIA: Significant evaluation criteria in relative
  descending order of importance are: (1) Specialized experience
  of the firm in the primary types of work required and where
  appropriate, experience in energy conservation, pollution prevention,
  waste reduction, and the use of recovered materials; (2) Specialized
  experience of the firm in the other, secondary types of work
  required and where appropriate, experience in energy conservation,
  pollution prevention, waste reduction, and the use of recovered
  materials; (3) Professional qualifications necessary for satisfactory
  performance of required services; (4) Capacity of the firm
  to accomplish multiple task orders within time and cost limitations;
  (5) Past performance on relevant Department of Defense contracts
  will be a factor, however, lack of such performance will not
  necessarily preclude a firm from consideration; (6) Extent
  of participation of SB, SDB, historically black colleges and
  universities and minority institutions in the proposed contract
  team, measured as a percentage of the estimated effort; (7)
  Location of the firm with respect to work sites will be a secondary
  consideration provided that a sufficient number of qualified
  firms respond to this announcement. 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
  As a part of this submittal, it is required that all responding
  firms clearly present billing amounts for all Corps of Engineers
  work as well as all other Department of Defense work for the
  12 months preceding this announcement. Firms which desire consideration
  and meet the requirements described in this announcement are
  invited to submit a completed SF 254 (revised 11/92) and SF
  255 (revised 11/92) for the prime firm and SF 254 for each
  consultant, to the above address, to the attention of Robert
  M. Bencal, Room 702, not later than the close of business on
  the 30th day after the date of this announcement. If the 30th
  day is a Saturday, Sunday of Federal holiday, the deadline
  is the close of business of the next business day. As a requirement
  for negotiations, the selected contractor will submit for government
  approval a quality control plan that will be enforced through
  the life of the contract. The contracting officer reserves
  the right to terminate negotiations with firms that do not
  respond to government requests for proposals, information,
  documentation, etc. in accordance with established schedules.
  As a requirement for award, the selected contractor must be
  registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Include
  ACASS number in Block 3b, of the SF 255. Call the ACASS Center
  at (503) 808-4591 for information on obtaining an ACASS number.
  This is not a request for proposals. No other notification
  to firms for this project will be made.***** 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2O0)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: USDA-FS, Land Between The Lakes, 100 Van Morgan Drive,
  Golden Pond, KY 42211-9001
SUBJECT: D--WEB SITE SUPPORT
SOL 0860-04-01-013
DUE 090501
POC Technical POC: Denise Schmittou (270) 924-2014; Contracting
  Officer: James Waples (270) 924-2096
DESC: The following tasks provide examples, and are not limited
  to, projects that the contractor will be required to do. 
   Page composition including: all type, graphics or other contents
  and revisions thereof; HTML coding and/or script as deemed
  necessary.  Provide redesign services for specific web site
  pages under the direction of the Land Between The Lakes' Public
  Affairs Officer. Redesign work must be visually, narrative
  and format compatible with the existing site and be ADA accessible.
    Develop cost effective core application technologies such
  as search engines, database solutions development, statistical
  traffic reporting and analysis, list serve distribution, javascript
  programming, graphical site interface and animation, and adaptation
  of emerging technologies.  Implement internet placement including
  making ongoing placements as new channels emerge.  Maintain
  all web site information updates and post news releases. 
   Provide monthly statistical web site use reports.  See Note
  #1.
EMAILADD: jwaples@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V276)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  = (FTS), Technical Services Division (9TF), 2211 North Rampart
  Boulevard, = PMB 120, Las Vegas, NV, 89144
SUBJECT: D--D -- POWER SYSTEMS OPERATORS
SOL 9TER-01-JAL-010
DUE 083101
POC Jo Ann Ancheta-Lim, Contracting Officer, Phone (702)810-5631,
  = Fax (702) 228-0640, Email joann.ancheta@gsa.gov - Jo Ann
  Ancheta-Lim, = Contracting Officer, Phone (702)810-5631, Fax
  (702) 228-0640, Email = joann.ancheta@gsa.gov
DESC: This notice is being issued to extend the response due
  date for = solicitation no. 9TER-01-JAL-010 to 5:00 PM Pacific
  Standard Time = (PST), August 31, 2001. The Western Area Power
  Administration (WAPA) has a requirement to staff = Power System
  Operator (PSO) positions and one PSO Manager at their = Desert
  Southwest Regional (DSR) Customer Service Center. This is a
  = combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared
  in = accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition (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. = Solicitation number 9TER-01-JAL-010
  is issued as a Request for Proposal = (RFP). To view the complete
  solicitation and supplements please go to = www.FedBizOpps.gov.
  Click on General Services Administration. Click = on Federal
  Technology Service. Click on the Las Vegas office. This = solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  = in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 97-27.
  The = simplified acquisition procedures of FAR Part 13 are
  applicable to this = procurement. FAR clause 52.222.41, Service
  Contract Act, as amended, = applies to this acquisition . The
  government will award a contract = resulting from this RFP
  to the responsible offeror whose offer = conforming to this
  notice will be most advantageous, representing the = best value
  to the government, price and other factors considered A = time
  and materials contract will be awarded. The period of = performance
  is from date of award to September 30, 2006. The = following
  Best Value factors shall be used in equal order of importance
  = for evaluation of offers: 1) Specific Past Experience 2)
  Past = Performance 3) Price 4) Staffing. The provision at FAR
  52.212-1, = Instructions to Offerors, 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. = The clause at FAR 52.212-4,
  Contract terms and Conditions, Commercial = Items, applies
  to this acquisition. The clause at FAR 52.212-5, = Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or = Executive
  Orders, Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. The
  = potential awardee will be required to register in the IT
  Solutions Shop = at http://it-solutions.gsa.gov for the post-award
  process. All = responses received by 5:00 PM PST, August 31,
  2001 will be considered = by the government. Inquiries and
  proposals will only be accepted = electronically by email at
  joann.ancheta@gsa.gov. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/GSA/FTS/9TF/9TER-01-JAL-010/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2B4)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: DISA/DITCO/DT41, 2300 East Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5406
SUBJECT: D--INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, INCLUDING COMMUNICATIONS
  = SERVICES
SOL  VARIOUS
POC  Point of Contact - www.ditco.disa.mil/dcop/
DESC:  The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  = (DITCO) contracts for long haul telecommunications services
  with = regulated and non-regulated service providers and US
  International = Carriers (USICs) on behalf of the Department
  of Defense and various = other Federal agencies for lease of
  telecommunications services and = ancillary equipment at locations
  within the 48 Contiguous United States = (CONUS), Hawaii, Alaska,
  US Territories and Possessions, and = international locations.
  Telecommunications requirements are received = daily by DITCO
  and solicitations are posted to the DISA Contracting = Opportunities
  web site. Requirements processed by DITCO normally = include
  a wide spectrum of long-haul telecommunications services such
  = as: business lines and dial tone services, local area access,
  = Intrastate and Interstate point-to-point services, switched
  services, = domestic and international long distance services,
  800 Services, Frame = Relay Services, Asynchronous Transfer
  Mode (ATM) services, Packet = Switched Data Services, video
  services, Integrated Switched Digital = Network (ISDN) services.
  Analog services are typically 3-Khz voice = grade circuits,
  while digital services range from 9.6 KBS (narrowband) = to
  OC-N (wideband) circuits. The capability to browse all "Inquiries"
  = (solicitations) currently posted on the DISA Contracting
  Opportunities = web site is available to all companies without
  the need to register in = the DITCO system. The Uniform Resource
  Locator (URL) for the = Contracting Opportunities Web Site
  is http://www.ditco.disa.mil/dcop/. = If you plan on submitting
  a quote to any solicitation, you must first = register on the
  DISA Contracting Opportunities Web Site to obtain a = User
  ID and Password and execute a basic agreement with DITCO. Basic
  = Agreements, and instructions for executing Basic Agreements,
  can be = obtained via the Contracting Opportunities Home Page
  under the = Publications link. DITCO attempts to acquire all
  components for each = telecommunications service requirement
  from a single source. DITCO = utilizes a streamlined "Inquiry/Quote/Order"
  (IQO) process to solicit = contractor quotes and issue "Orders"
  for required telecommunications = services and equipment. Under
  the IQO process, DITCO provides an = "Inquiry" inviting companies
  to submit quotations for delivery of = specified telecommunications
  requirements. The "Inquiry" contains the = technical information
  necessary to describe the Government's = requirement, along
  with the requested service date, and solicits quotes = from
  industry. The "Quote" confirms the company's ability to provide
  = the requested service and equipment, identifies the time
  interval in = which the service and equipment can be provided,
  and provides the = applicable charges and Uniform Service Order
  Codes (USOCs). After = evaluation of the "Quotes", an "Order"
  is prepared and issued to the = company whose "Quote" best
  conforms to the requirements of the Inquiry. = The "Order"
  forms the contract which is referred to as a = Communications
  Service Authorization (CSA). Each CSA includes details = about
  the telecommunications services/equipment being acquired and
  also = incorporates contract terms and conditions prescribed
  by the Federal = Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Department of
  Defense FAR Supplement = (DFARS), and agency regulations. To
  expedite the acquisition process, a = basic agreement, which
  includes general contract terms and conditions, = is negotiated
  between DITCO and the company. This basic agreement is = referenced
  in each order/CSA issued to the company and incorporates the
  = general contract terms and conditions previously negotiated.
  = Additional specialized terms and conditions may be incorporated
  into a = CSA as required to satisfy unique needs. The normal
  practice is to = allow companies to provide their "Quote" within
  14 business days from = the date a requirement is posted on
  the web. However, for critical = national security requirements,
  a shorter interval may be required. In = situations where it
  is determined and justified that only one company = can satisfy
  a particular requirement, DITCO may issue a non-competitive
  = Inquiry or Direct Order to that company. The North American
  Industry = Classification System (NAICS) for these telecommunications
  services = requirements is 513310.
LINKURL: www.ditco.disa.mil/dcop/
LINKDESC:  
  SCOTT = AIR FORCE BASE, IL
EMAILADD:  www.ditco.disa.mil/dcop/
EMAILDESC:  
  SCOTT = AIR FORCE BASE, IL
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2M1)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities 235 Byron Street,
  Robins AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: D--D -- MAINTENANCE OF HONEYWELL SECURITY SYSTEM AT
  ROBINS AFB, GA.
SOL F09650-01-Q-0334
DUE 091901
POC Brandi Morris, Contract Specialist, Phone (478)926-6094,
  Fax (478)926-3590, Email Brandi.Morris@robins.af.mil
DESC: This amendment is to change the following: A) Solicitation
  will be posted to FEDBIZOPPS no later than 24 August 2001.
  B) Response will be due NO LATER THAN 19 Sep 2001, 5:00 PM
  EST. C) The buildings covered by this requirement are 226,
  227, 230, 231, and 249 at Robins AFB, GA. Procurement of an
  annual service contract for non-personal services for maintenance
  of Honeywell security system protecting classified materials
  and equipment housed in buildings 226,227, 230, 231, and 249
  of the Electronic Warfare Directorate in accordance with the
  Statement of Work and Equipment List. Period of Performance:
  01 Nov 2001- 31 Oct 2002. See note 22.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/WRALC/F09650-01-Q-0334/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q4)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), = Commander (fcp), USCG Maintenance and Logistics Command
  - Pacific, = Coast Guard Island Building 54A, Alameda, CA,
  94501-5100
SUBJECT: D--CELLULAR TELEPHONE SERVICE
SOL DTCG89-02-Q-6PT007
DUE 091701
POC Terry Craft, Purchasing Agent, Phone 510/437-3004, Fax =
  510/437-3014, Email tcraft@d11.uscg.mil - Vic Krusi, Chief
  Warrant = Officer, Phone 510/437-2735, Fax 510/437-3014, Email
  = vkrusi@d11.uscg.mil
DESC: The U.S. Coast Guard will issue a solicitation for digital
  = cellular phone service. The service must be compatible with
  Time = Division Multiple Access(TDMA) cellular telephones currently
  owned by = the U.S. Coast Guard or the successfully offeror
  must provide hardware = (i.e. cellular telephones coupled with
  compatible accessories to = include hands-free kits, leather
  carry cases, battery chargers/desktop = stand with equal to
  or greater capabilities of the Nokia 8260 at no = cost to the
  Government. Performance shall be in accordance with the = standards
  contained in the Statement of Work and applicable purchase
  = order clauses contained in the solicitation. This solicitation
  is = unrestricted. The NAICS Code is 334220. The small business
  size = standard is 750 employees. The contract type will be
  Firm Fixed Price. = The contract base year will be 01 October
  2001 through 30 September = 2002 with four(4)1-year option
  periods. The solicitation will be = posted on this web-site
  for download on or about 28 August 2001 and = shall close on
  or about 17 September 2001. The following notice is for = informational
  purposes: Minority, Women-owned, and Disadvantaged = Business
  Enterprises (DBEs). The Department of Transportation (DOT),
  = Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital
  financing in = the form of lines of credit to finance accounts
  receivable for = transportation related contracts. Maximum
  line of credit of $500,000 = with interest at the prime rate.
  For further information and = application forms concerning
  STLP, call (800) 532-1169. Internet = address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/FCPMLCP/DTCG89-02-Q-6PT007/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V0)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  50 CONTRACTING SQUADRON, 300 O'MALLEY AVE., SUITE 49, Schriever
  AFB, CO, 80912-3049
SUBJECT: D--D -- 2 SOPS AUDIO-VISUAL PURCHASE AND INSTALL
SOL FA2550-01-Q-0534
DUE 082701
POC Janet Stinson, Contract Specialist, Phone (719)567-6382,
  Fax (719)567-3809, Email janet.stinson@schriever.af.mil - Kristin
  Heikkila, Contracting Officer, Phone (719) 567-3852, Fax (719)
  567-3852, Email kristin.heikkila@SCHRIEVER.af.mil
DESC: This is a modification to the combined synopsis/solicitation,
  changing the latest bid due date. Item (xvi) is changed to
  read "Offers/Quotes are due no later than 4:00p.m. Mountain
  Time, on Monday 27 August 2001, at 50th CONS/LGCB, Attention:
  Janet Stinson, 300 O'Malley Blvd, Suite 49, Schriever AFB,
  CO 80912-3049. Email and facsimile responses are acceptable."
  For more information please call Janet Stinson (719) 567-6382,
  or Kristi Heikkila (719) 567-3852/ FAX (719)-567-3809.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/50CS/FA2550-01-Q-0534/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2W4)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE RENEWAL FOR PHOENIX SOFTWARE

SOL 200-64-01
DUE 082401
POC Justina Hamberg - fax 512-326-6028
DESC: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Austin Automation
  Center (AAC), Austin, TX intends to negotiate sole source with
  Phoenix Software International ("Phoenix") for continued annual
  software maintenance support for the proprietary software,
  FALCON and (E)JES. Software maintenance includes updates, releases
  and reasonable technical support. The award will be made as
  a commercial acquisition under FAR Part 12. Maintenance support
  includes providing updates and enhancements to the software,
  and providing reasonable technical support. The software are
  installed on IBM 9672-Y96 at the AAC. The period of performance
  is FY 2001 (10/1/00 through 9/30/02). Third party firms will
  be considered only if responding with clear and convincing
  evidence that they have been granted rights by Phoenix to provide
  software maintenance service on the proprietary software identified
  herein. Responses must be in writing and must be received within
  7 calendar days of this notice. In addition, responses must
  include pricing and documentation in sufficient detail to allow
  evaluation of the service and prices. This includes the vendor's
  commercial maintenance agreement and price list; the GSA contract
  and price list (if one exists); and the written evidence granting
  rights to provide software maintenance for FALCON and (E)JES.
  No solicitation documents are available and requests for such
  will be considered non-responsive. If one is issued, no additional
  synopsis will be published. The determination to open competition
  based on responses received is solely within the discretion
  of the Government. No telephone inquiries will be accepted.
  Responses may be faxed to 512-326-6028 to the attention of
  the Contracting Officer, with the hard copy to follow in overnight
  mail.  
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2X1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE RENEWAL FOR GEAC GENERAL LEDGER
  E SERIES
SOL 200-65-01
DUE 082401
POC Justina Hamberg - fax 512-326-6028
DESC: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Austin Automation
  Center (AAC), Austin, TX intends to award a contract to GEAC
  of Atlanta, GA on a sole source basis for continued annual
  software maintenance support for the proprietary software,
  GENERAL LEDGER E: SERIES. The award will be made as a commercial
  acquisition under FAR Part 12. Annual maintenance support includes
  providing software updates and enhancements to the software,
  and providing reasonable technical support. The software is
  installed on an IBM 9672-Y96 at the AAC. The period of performance
  is FY 2002 (10/1/01 through 9/30/02). Responses must be in
  writing and must be received within 7 days of this notice.
  In addition, responses must include pricing and documentation
  in sufficient detail to allow evaluation of the service and
  price. This includes the vendor's commercial price list, and
  GSA contract and price list (if one exists). Responses that
  lack these requirements will be considered non-responsive.
  In addition, third party firms will be considered only if responding
  with clear and convincing evidence that they have been granted
  license rights by GEAC to provide the maintenance service on
  the proprietary software identified herein. No solicitation
  documents are available and requests for such will be considered
  non-responsive. If one is issued, no additional synopsis will
  be published. The determination to open competition based on
  responses received is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Responses may be faxed
  to 512-326-6028 to the attention of the Contracting Officer,
  with the hard copy to follow in overnight mail.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Department Of Energy, Document Control Specialist,
  Washington, DC 20585
SUBJECT: D--ACQUISITION OF TEKTRONIX (ROHDE & SCHWARZ) SPECTRUM
  ANALYZER
SOL DE-RQ01-01S20114
DUE 090301
POC Contract Specialist, Patrick A. Thornton, Phone: 202-287-1532,
  Email: Patrick.Thornton@hq.doe.gov; Contracting Officer, David
  Tyma, Phone: 202-287-1538, Fax: 202-287-1456/1457
DESC: The U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Safeguards & Security,
  intends to award a sole source contract to Tektronics, Inc.
  Federal, of Beaverton Oregon, for acquisition of one Tektronix
  (Rohde & Schwarz portable Spectrum Analyzer, Model FSP-30,
  with optional features required by the Department. This unit
  is the only known portable spectrum analyzer compatible with
  the U.S. intelligence community-standard ScenarioFlex hardware
  and software with which it must be used. This equipment is
  available only from Tektronics Inc. Federal, which is the only
  U.S. distributor of this equipment. This is a notice of intent
  and not a request for competitive proposals.The determination
  to use other than full and open competition was made in accordance
  with 41 USC(c)(1). Interested parties may submit a capability
  statement and pricing information for the requirement within
  15 calendar days of publication of this notice, to be considered
  by the Government. Compatibility of any alternative equipment
  with the ScenarioFlex hardware and software must be addressed.
  There is no solicitation document for this requirement. 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.  See Note(s) 22  *****
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Z4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  50 = CONTRACTING SQUADRON, 300 O'MALLEY AVE., SUITE 49, Schriever
  AFB, CO, = 80912-3049
SUBJECT: D--D -- BASEWIDE TELEVISION SYSTEM INSTALLATION & SERVICE
SOL Reference-Number-BWTelevision
DUE 082901
POC Timothy Angermeier, Contracting Specialist, Phone = 719-567-3431,
  Fax 719-567-2805, Email = Timothy.angermeier@schriever.af.mil
  - Laura Charles, Contract = Specialist, Phone 719-567-3810,
  Fax 719-567-3809, Email = laura.charles@schriever.af.mil
DESC: The purpose of this modification is to change the date
  of the = minimum capabilities/qualifications briefing and to
  incorporate = questions and answers from the 2 Aug 2001 site
  visit. This Request for = Information (RFI) is issued for informational
  and planning purposes = only and does not constitute a solicitation,
  a synopsis of a = solicitation, or a commitment on the Government
  to later publish a = solicitation or award a contract based
  on the information received. = The Government shall not reimburse
  the costs of preparing or submitting = a response to this RFI.
  All information submitted will be treated as = information
  only. It shall not be used as a proposal. Any proprietary =
  information being submitted should be clearly marked as such.
  FAR = 52.215-3, Request for Information or Solicitation for
  Planning Purposes = (Oct 1997), is hereby incorporated to this
  RFI by reference. Schriever = Air Force Base, CO is seeking
  a cost-effective commercial solution for = the installation
  and service of cable television. The system/service = can be
  provided via any medium (i.e. cable, satellite, etc.) depending
  = upon the contractor?s best technical solution, considering
  Schriever = AFB?s remote location and desired system objectives.
  The following is = a brief description of the desired system
  objectives: 1) BACKBONE. The = system backbone will initially
  consist of approximately 16 buildings = with 120 connections
  located in secure & unsecured areas throughout the = base.
  The system must have capability to support any television =
  service (i.e. cable, satellite, etc.). The system must be expandable
  = to support newly built facilities (projection of 250 additional
  = connections per year for the next five years). There is no
  military = family housing at Schriever AFB at this time and
  none is planned within = the next five years at this point.
  If applicable, the contractor will = be able to utilize Schriever
  AFB?s fiber optic cable backbone system. = The fiber optic
  backbone, currently in-place, that interconnects = various
  buildings on base. Contractors will also be able to utilize
  = cable runs already installed in 9 of the 16 buildings. Outdoor
  = equipment is subject to sun, hail, high winds and snowstorms
  from time = to time. Drawings of the base layout and fiber
  optic cable backbone = may be available upon request. 2) GOVERNMENT
  ACCESS CHANNEL. Ability = for programming to originate through
  either head unit via microphone, = DVD, VCR, etc. Programming
  to be viewed by base populace only. 3) = EMERGENCY OVERRIDE
  SYSTEM. Allow simultaneous interruption of all = channels via
  microphone, DVD, VCR, etc. 4) TELEVISION SERVICE. = Minimum
  of standard news, local, and weather channels to base = population.
  Ability for certain users to receive premium channels. 5) =
  MAINTENANCE OF SYSTEM. Routine maintenance shall be provided
  as needed = within 24 hours of notification; emergency maintenance
  (i.e. complete = system outage) shall be provided within four
  hours of notification. = Schriever AFB is located about 12
  miles east of Peterson AFB, Colorado = Springs, Colorado, in
  rural El Paso County off Highway 94. The nearest = motels are
  near Peterson AFB and the Colorado Springs Airport. In = addition
  to the above requirements, the Government is also requesting
  = that any interested contractors present a minimum = capabilities/qualifications
  briefing. Interested parties shall use the = system information
  objectives provided below to support the preparation = of a
  minimum capabilities/qualifications briefing. This briefing,
  at a = minimum, shall contain the contractor?s proposed technical
  approach, = level of work involved, any associated work challenges
  necessary for = completion of the entire contract effort, Rough
  Order of Magnitude = (ROM) for this type of work, and if any,
  references for work done to = create similar systems. This
  briefing shall be no longer than 30 = minutes. A technical
  approach background paper containing the = minimum requirements
  listed above shall be submitted at the briefing. = The subject
  paper shall not exceed 10 pages. An electronic version of =
  the briefing and background paper shall be submitted (i.e.
  disk or = email). Please note that all documents submitted
  will not be returned. = All briefings must be conducted by
  close of business on 29 Aug 2001. = Please contact SSgt Timothy
  R. Angermeier at (719) 567-2316 or email = timothy.angermeier@schriever.af.mil
  or contact Mrs. Billie Nigro at = (719) 567-3898 or email billie.nigro@schriever.af.mil
  for questions and = to schedule a date/time to present the
  briefing. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/50CS/Reference-Number-BWTelevision=
  /listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Z9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: D--ANNUAL LICENSE RENEWAL FOR DBOL INTERACTIVE DATA
  MANIPULATION LANGUAGE FOR IDMS/R
SOL 200-66-01
DUE 082401
POC Justina Hamberg - fax 512-326-6028
DESC: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Austin Automation
  Center (AAC), Austin, TX intends to award a contract to Allen
  Systems Group on a sole source basis for continued annual software
  maintenance support for the proprietary software, DBOL Interactive
  Data Manipulation for IDMS/R. The award will be made as a commercial
  acquisition under FAR Part 12. Annual maintenance support includes
  providing software updates and enhancements to the software,
  and providing reasonable technical support. The software is
  installed on an IBM 9672-Y96 at the AAC. The period of performance
  is FY 2001 (10/1/01 through 9/30/02). Responses must be in
  writing and must be received within 7 days of this notice.
  In addition, responses must include pricing and documentation
  in sufficient detail to allow evaluation of the service and
  the price. This includes the vendor's commercial price list,
  and GSA contract and price list (if one exists). Responses
  that lack these requirements will be considered non-responsive.
  In addition, third party firms will be considered only if responding
  with clear and convincing evidence that they have been granted
  license rights by Allen Systems Group to provide the maintenance
  service on the proprietary software identified herein. No solicitation
  documents are available and requests for such will be considered
  non-responsive. If one is issued, no additional synopsis will
  be published. The determination to open competition based on
  responses received is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Responses may be faxed
  to 512-326-6028 to the attention of the Contracting Officer,
  with the hard copy to follow in overnight mail.  
CITE: (W-229 SN50V319)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: D--ANNUAL MAINTENANCE RENEWAL FOR SOFTWARE LICENSED
  FROM RSD AMERICA
SOL 200-67-01
DUE 082401
POC Justina Hamberg - fax 512-326-6028
DESC: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Austin Automation
  Center (AAC), Austin, Texas intends to negotiate sole source
  with RSD America, Inc. for continued maintenance of the previously
  licensed proprietary software, WSF2/CEF, WSF2/ERD, WSF2/ESP,
  WSF2/EVT, WSF2/STD, Extended Subsystem Support (ESS), and EOS
  Web API, for the period 10/1/01 through 9/30/02. The award
  will be made as a commercial acquisition under FAR Part 12.
  Annual maintenance support includes providing software updates
  and enhancements to the software, and providing reasonable
  technical support. The software is installed on an IBM 9672-Y96
  at the AAC. The period of performance is FY 2001 (10/1/01 through
  9/30/02). Responses must be in writing and must be received
  within 7 days of this notice. In addition, responses must include
  pricing and documentation in sufficient detail to allow evaluation
  of the service and the price. This includes the vendor's commercial
  price list, and GSA contract and price list (if one exists).
  Responses that lack these requirements will be considered non-responsive.
  In addition, third party firms will be considered only if responding
  with clear and convincing evidence that they have been granted
  license rights by RSD America to provide the maintenance service
  on the proprietary software identified herein. No solicitation
  documents are available and requests for such will be considered
  non-responsive. If one is issued, no additional synopsis will
  be published. The determination to open competition based on
  responses received is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Responses may be faxed
  to 512-326-6028 to the attention of the Contracting Officer,
  with the hard copy to follow in overnight mail.  
CITE: (W-229 SN50V324)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs (381), Austin Automation
  Center, 1615 E. Woodward St., Austin, TX 78772
SUBJECT: D--FY02 MAINTENANCE RENEWAL FOR GENTRAN
SOL 200-68-01
DUE 082401
POC Justina Hamberg
DESC: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Austin Automation
  Center (AAC), Austin, TX intends to negotiate sole source with
  Sterling Commerce for continued annual software maintenance
  support for the proprietary software, GENTRAN: PLUS MVS; CONNECT:MBX;
  and GENTRAN:STRUCTURE. The award will be made as a commercial
  acquisition under FAR Part 12. Annual maintenance support includes
  providing updates and enhancements to the software, and providing
  reasonable technical support. The software are installed on
  an IBM 9672-Y96 at the AAC. The period of performance is FY
  2002 (10/1/01 through 9/30/02). Responses must be in writing
  and must be received within 7 days of this notice. In addition,
  responses must include pricing and documentation in sufficient
  detail to allow evaluation of the service and price. This includes
  the vendor's commercial price list, and GSA contract and price
  list (if one exists). Responses that lack these requirements
  will be considered non-responsive. In addition, third party
  firms will be considered only if responding with clear and
  convincing evidence that they have been granted rights by Sterling
  Commerce to provide the rights and maintenance service on the
  proprietary software identified herein. No solicitation documents
  are available and requests for such will be considered non-responsive.
  If one is issued, no additional synopsis will be published.
  The determination to open competition based on responses received
  is solely within the discretion of the Government. No telephone
  inquiries will be accepted. Responses may be faxed to 512-326-6028
  to the attention of the Contracting Officer, with the hard
  copy to follow in overnight mail.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V327)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  = Reutilization and Marketing Service, Federal Center 74 Washington
  = Avenue North, Battle Creek, MI, 49017-3092
SUBJECT: D--SOFTWARE AND TRAINING
SOL SP4410-01-Q-6013
DUE 082201
POC Virginia Mayhew, Contracting Officer, Phone 616-961-7130,
  Fax = 616-961-4474, Email vmayhew@mail.drms.dla.mil
DESC: Request for Quote, SP4410-01-Q-6013. This is a combined
  = synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance
  with = the format in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (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 = procurement will be
  awarded based upon low price and a determination of = brand
  name or equivalent. This procurement is set aside for small
  = business with a North American Industry Classification System
  (NAICS) = code of #421430. In order to qualify as a small business,
  the number = of employees is not to exceed 100. The Defense
  Logistic Information = Systems (DLIS) intends to enter into
  a firm-fixed price contract. The = price quote shall include
  a filled in FAR Clause 52.212-3, OFFERORS = REPRESENTATIONS
  AND CERTIFICATIONS ? COMMERCIAL ITEMS (JAN 2001). = Fill-ins
  can be accessed at = https://www.drms.dla.mil/special/fillins/52212-3-101.doc.
  This request = is for AssetWIN Enterprise Licensing (15 user
  licenses); Symbol PDT = 3100 w/ DataCAP Software 4 line display,
  640K, 1 battery, 46 key (Qty. = 13 ea.); Symbol PDT 3100 single
  Slot Cradle/Charger Station (Qty. 12 = ea.); 5 days of on Site
  training for 3 groups; Estimated Travel = Expenses (for the
  training); Labels, Custom Bar Code (Qty. 25,000 = Labels).
  All eligible, responsible sources may submit an offer. = Quotes
  are to be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Eastern Standard
  = Time, on August 22, 2001. If no responses are received by
  the above = date, a sole-source contract will be awarded. To
  be eligible to = receive an award from a Department of Defense
  (DOD) activity, you must = be registered in the DOD Central
  Contractor Registration (CCR) = Database. To register, access
  the CCR homepage at = http://www.ccr2000.com or by calling
  1-888-227-2423 regarding questions = to the CCR. QUESTIONS
  REGARDING THIS COMBINED SYNOPSIS/RFQ MUST BE = SUBMITTED IN
  WRITING BY FACSIMILE TO: VIRGINIA MAYHEW @ (616) 961-4474 =
  or E-MAIL: vmayhew@mail.drms.dla.mil. Quotes will be accepted
  by mail = to: Defense Reutilization & Marketing Service, Federal
  Center Bldg., = ATTN: (DRMS-POB), 74 N. Washington Avenue,
  Battle Creek, MI = 49017-3092. The following clauses will be
  incorporated into the = award: FAR 52.212-1, Instruction to
  Offerors?Commercial Items; = 52.212-2, Evaluation?Commercial
  Items; 52.212-4, Contract Terms and = Conditions?Commercial
  Items; 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions = Required to
  Implement Statutes or Executive Orders?Commercial Items. =
  The following clauses under 52.212-5 will apply (b) (11), (12),
  (13), = (14), (15), (24) and (27); (c) (1) and (2). DFARS 252.212-7000,
  = Offeror Representations and Certifications?Commercial Items;
  DFARS = 252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement = Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense
  Acquisitions of = Commercial Items; DFARS 252.204-7004, Required
  Central Contractor = Registration. Copies of the DFAR and FAR
  Clauses can be found the = Internet @ http://www.dla.mil/j-3/j-336/icps.htm.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DRMS/SP4410-01-Q-6013/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V349)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Regional Contracting Department (Code 201), Fleet and
  Industrial Supply Center, 1942 Gaffney Street, Ste 100, Pearl
  Harbor, HI 96860-4549
SUBJECT: D--ASTORIA 3.X SOFTWARE TECHNICAL SUPPORT
SOL N00604-01-T-A990
DUE 082701
POC Karen F. Johnston (808) 473-7516
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Part 12,
  as supplemented with additional information included in this
  notice. This announcement constitutes the only Request for
  Quote (RFQ); proposals are being requested and a written RFQ
  will not be issued. The provisions and clauses in the RFQ are
  those in effect through FAC 97-27 and DFAR DCN 20001213. The
  Regional Contracting Department, Fleet & Industrial Supply
  Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii has a requirement for technical
  support/maintenance on Government owned software. These services
  shall support the Joint Intelligence Center-Pacific (JICPAC)
  at Pearl Harbor, HI for a period of 12 months, 01 October 2001
  through 30 September 2002. The RFQ number is N00604-01- T-A990
  and shall be awarded as a firm-fixed priced order. The requirement
  includes two CLINS: 0001 for technical support via email and
  software updates for Astoria 3.X Support, 50 client licenses,
  1 Astoria server, Adept Editor Bridge, Web Services Server,
  and Web Services Advisor Server licenses; 0002 for technical
  support via email and software updates for Standard Support
  Astoria 3.X SDK Support, Astoria SDK site license, market code
  AST-SDK-SPRT. The requirement also includes two option years
  for each CLIN. Option year 1, from 01 October 2002 through
  30 September 2003, numbered CLINs 0003 and 0004. Option year
  2, from 01 October 2003 through 30 September 2004, numbered
  CLINs 0005 and 0006. The NAICS code is 511210 and the small
  business size standard for this procurement is $18.5 million.
  All contractors must be registered in the Central Contracting
  Registration (CCR) database to be eligible for a Department
  of Defense contract award. Information concerning the CCR may
  be attained at www.ccr2000.com. Offerers are encouraged to
  use the Standard Form 1449, Solicitation/Contract/Order for
  Commercial Items, for their quotation. This will be made available
  from the Government point of contact listed below. All qualified
  responsible business sources may submit a quotation, which
  shall be considered by the agency. Quotes shall be made for
  each CLIN, on a FOB Destination basis. Inspection and acceptance
  shall be made at destination by the receiving activity. The
  following clauses are applicable: FAR 52.212-1, Instructions
  to Offerors--Commercial Items (addendum to paragraph (h): a
  single award will be made); FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation Commercial
  Items, the following factors shall be used to evaluate offers:
  (1) Technically acceptable and (2) Price; award will be made
  to the low cost, technically acceptable responsible offeror;
  FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions--Commercial items;
  and the offeror shall provide the information required in FAR
  52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial
  Items and in DFAR 252.212-7000--Offeror Representations and
  Certifications-Commercial Items. The FAR clause 52.212-5 Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items, includes the following clauses incorporated
  by reference: FAR 52.222-19-Child Labor-Cooperation with Authorities
  and Remedies (E.O. 13126), FAR 52.222-21--Prohibition of Segregated
  Facilities, FAR 52.222-26--Equal Opportunity (E.O. 11246),
  FAR 52.222-35--Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and
  Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212), FAR 52.222-36--Affirmative
  Action for Workers with Disabilities (29 U.S.C. 793), FAR 52.222-37--
  Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans of the Vietnam Era
  (38 U.S.C. 4212), FAR 52.225-13--Restriction on Certain Foreign
  Purchases, and FAR 52.232-33--Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central
  Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332). Other applicable
  clauses include 52.215-5 Facsimile Proposals; 52.217-5 -- Evaluation
  of Options; 52.217-8 -- Option to Extend Services; 52.217-9
  -- Option to Extend the Term of the Contract; DFARS 252.212-7001--Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisition of Commercial Items.
  The following clauses applies, DFARS 252.204-7004--Required
  Central Contractor Registration, DFARS 252.204-7001--Commercial
  And Government Entity (CAGE) Code Reporting, These clauses
  may be obtained via the Internet at http://www.arnet.gov/far
  or http://farsite.hill.af.mil. Quotes must be received no later
  than 27 August, 2001, 3:30 p.m., HST. Quotes may be mailed,
  faxed, or emailed to the following: Regional Contracting Department,
  Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Code 201A.KJ, Attn: Karen
  Johnston, 1942 Gaffney St., Suite 100, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860-4549;
  facsimile number is (808) 473-5750; email address: karen_f_johnston@pearl.fisc.navy.mil.
  See note # 1. 
EMAILADD: karen_f_johnston@pearl.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3D1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  11th CONS, 110 Luke Avenue Building 5681, Bolling AFB, DC,
  20332-0305
SUBJECT: D--ARENA SOFTWARE AND MAINTENANCE
SOL Reference-Number-F8320011910200
DUE 083001
POC Jennifer Spooner, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 767-7937,
  Fax (202) 767-7814, Email Jennifer.Spooner@bolling.af.mil -
  Lynne Radtke, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-767-8095, Fax
  202-767-7812, Email lynne.radtke@bolling.af.mil
DESC: CLASS CODE: D--- SUBJECT: D- Arena Software and Maintenance
  SOLITICATION: F8320011910200 POC: Jennifer H. Spooner, Contract
  Specialist, 202-767-7937, jennifer.spooner@bolling.af.mil Ramona
  L. Radtke, Contracting Officer, 202-767-8095, lynne.radtke@bolling.af.mil
  The 11th Contracting Squadron, Bolling AFB DC intends to award
  a simplified acquisition purchase order to Rockwell Automation
  for the purchase of Arena SE Software and Maintenance developed
  by Rockwell Automation in support of the Air Force Personnel
  Operations Agency located in the Pentagon. The software operating
  system is proprietary in nature. Therefore, since there are
  no Rockwell Automation authorized providers, to accept bids
  from other sources would void existing warranties. Award will
  be subject to the availability of funds. Award of this solicitation
  will be made on or about 31 August 2001. NAICS Code: 811212.
  No telephone inquiries will be accepted. 
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/DRU/11CONS/Reference-Number-F8320011910200/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3F9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: D--Information Technology Services, including Telecommunication
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Technology Service
  = (FTS), Technical and Acquisition Support Branch (4TTE), 401
  West = Peachtree Street, Suite 2700, Atlanta, GA, 30365-2550
SUBJECT: D--SOURCES SOUGHT FOR DIGITAL TELEVISION SERVICES FOR
  TENANT = AGENCIES IN THE DOWNTOWN ATLANTA, GA, AREA.
SOL Reference-Number-SSN4TTE0102
DUE 083101
POC Ruben Mendez, Contract Specialist, Phone (404) 331-0158,
  Fax = (404) 331-1860, Email ruben.mendez@gsa.gov
DESC: Sources are sought that are capable of providing Digital
  = Television Services to tenant agencies in the downtown Atlanta,
  GA, = area. The minimum mandatory requirement shall provide
  a Channel Package = I specifying Local Broadcast, News, and
  Government programming. The = facilities to be served are,
  but may not be limited to, the Atlanta = Federal Center (estimated
  60 tuners), Peachtree Summit Building = (estimated 12 tuners),
  Richard B. Russell Building (estimated 18 = tuners), and the
  Martin Luther King Jr. Building (estimated 6 tuners). = Offerors
  shall be capable of providing three (3) additional optional
  = packages that include Channel Package I as a subset. Digital
  music = shall be made available on at least one (1) optional
  package. GSA = contemplates a single award or multiple awards,
  requirements type = contract(s) for a two (2) years contract
  base period with three (3) one = (1) year options to extend
  the term of the contract(s). GSA = contemplates solicitation
  under the Test Program for Certain Commercial = items (FAR
  13.5). Responsible sources having the technical capability
  = to furnish the above services are requested to give written
  = notification (including telephone for a point of contact)
  to the = acquiring office listed in this notice within fifteen
  (15) calendar = days from the date of this announcement. This
  is not a formal = solicitation or a request for proposal. However,
  sources responding to = this announcement must furnish detailed
  data demonstrating their = capabilities.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/GSA/FTS/4TTE/Reference-Number-SSN4TTE0102/li=
  sting.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V341)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service, DRMS-POB,
  74 Washington Avenue North, Battle Creek, MI 49017-3092
SUBJECT: F--DISPOSAL SERVICES AND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
SOL SP4410-01-R-4004
DUE 091701
POC Ms. Jo R. Spight, Contract Specialist, DRMS-POB, (616) 961-7170,
  FAX (616) 961-4474
DESC: THIS NOTICE IS TO PROVIDE UPDATED INFORMATION TO PREVIOUSLY
  PUBLISHED NOTICE WITH REGARD TO SOLICITATION SP4410-01-R-4004.
  Anticipated date of issue for the solicitation is on or about
  08/20/01 and the approximate closing date is on or about 9/20/01.
LINKURL: http://www.drms.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jspight@mail.drms.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V273)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, P.O. Box 640, Springerville,
  AZ 85938
SUBJECT: F--BAGNAL CHIPPING
SOL RFQ R3-01-01-71
DUE 090701
POC Rufus Ki Cole, 520/333-6344
DESC: The USDA Forest Service, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests,
  Lakeside Ranger Districts, Navajo County, Arizona requires
  to perform mechanical disposal of tree thinning slash by chipping,
  grinding, chunking or removal from National Forest Land there
  by reducing the hazardous fuel situation on 4 blocks, totaling
  an estimated 288 acres. The project area can be reached from
  Show Low, Arizona, by proceeding to the west junction of U.S.
  60 and State Route 260 and heading west toward Heber, Arizona,
  for approximately 3.5 miles to the jct of State Route 260 and
  Forest Road 136. Proceed west on FR 136 approximately .6 miles.
  Block 1 is located south of FR 136 from here. This solicitation
  going as "Performance Based Service Contract." Plans and specifications
  will be available on or about Thursday, August 23, 2001. Estimated
  price range is $25,000 to $99,999. No telephone requests for
  solicitation packages will be accepted: use fax no. 520/333-6357
  or mail address with Atten: Margaret Cisco or you may email(mcisco@fs.fed.us)
  your request. All responsible sources may submit a quote which
  will be considered. Contract time is 90 calendar days. See
  notes 1.  
EMAILADD: mcisco@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2D5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, P.O. Box 640, Springerville,
  AZ 85938
SUBJECT: F--NUTRIOSO-GREER STAND EXAM
SOL RFQ R3-01-01-73
DUE 090701
POC Rufus Ki Cole, 520/333-6344
DESC: The USDA Forest Service, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests,
  Springerville Ranger District, Apache County, Arizona requires
  to collect stand exam data on 1336 plots in 221 stands covering
  approximately 11,447 acres. For the area around Nutrioso, the
  north boundary of the west half of the project area is located
  about 4 miles south of Eagar, Arizona, on Forest Road 285.
  The north boundary of the east half is located about 8 miles
  southeast of Eagar, Arizona, on State Hwy 180. For the area
  around Greer, drive about 10 miles west of Eagar, Arizona,
  on State Hwy 260 to State Hwy 373. Plans and specification
  will be available on or about Thursday, August 23, 2001. Estimated
  price range is $25,000 to $99,999. No telephone requests for
  solicitation packages will be accepted: use fax no. 520/333-6357
  or mail address with Atten: Margaret Cisco or you may email
  (mcisco@fs.fed.us) your request. All responsible sources may
   submit a quote which will be considered. Contract time is
  120 calendar days. See notes 1.  
EMAILADD: mcisco@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2D8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, P.O. Box 640, Springerville,
  AZ 85938
SUBJECT: F--ALPINE NORTH TSI AND SLASH TREATMENT
SOL RFQ R3-01-01-72
DUE 090701
POC Rufus Ki Cole, 520/333-6344
DESC: The USDA Forest Service, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests,
  Alpine Ranger District, Apache County, Arizona requires urban
  interface thinning of conifer trees from 2 feet tall up to
  9"DBH, followed by slash treatment methods involving pullback,
  chipping, trim and leave, and some buck and scatter, on 6 blocks
  totaling approximately 170 acres. Alpine Ranger Station is
  located at the Jct of US Hwy 180 and 191. The contract area
  must be accessed from two different County Roads within the
  town of Alpine, approximately 1-2 miles east of the Ranger
  Station. Plans and specifications will be available on or about
  Thursday, August 23, 2001. Estimated price range is $25,000
  to $99,999. No telephone requests for solicitation packages
  will be accepted: use fax no. 520/333-6357 or mail address
  with Atten: Margaret Cisco or you may email (mcisco@fs.fed.us)
  your request. All responsible sources may submit a quote which
  will be considered. Contract time is 130 calendar days. See
  notes 1.  
EMAILADD: mcisco@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2E0)

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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--BELL MARE/SID BUTTE ESR DRILL SEEDING
SOL DAQ010048
DUE 090701
POC Patricia A. Fort, Contracting Officer, 208-373-3910
DESC: Bell Mare Drill Seeding - Work consists of seeding approximately
  6,000 acres with the kinds of seed and equipment as described
  in the Work Data Sheet. The Government will furnish Five rangeland
  drills and one drill cart. To be used as 1 two-drill and 1
  three-drill set-up. The contractor will need 2 tractors to
  pull the drill set-ups. The Contractor will furnish a minimum
  of two drills and one drill cart. Contractor shall furnish
  at the worksite a minimum of two rangeland type drills capable
  of seeding in rough and rocky terrain. The Contractor will
  need to furnish the necessary tractors to pull the drills.
   Project is located in Elmore and Gooding County. Work site
  is approximately 38 miles north-west of Shoshone, Idaho. Performance
  Period is 60 days. Sid Butte Drill Seeding - Work consists
  of seeding approximately 1,500 acres with the kinds of seed
  and equipment as described in the Work Data Sheet. The Government
  will furnish Two rangeland drills and one drill cart. To be
  used as 1 two-drill set-up. The contractor will need 1 tractor
  to pull the drill set-ups. Project is located in Lincoln County.
  Work site is approximately 24 miles south-east of Shoshone,
  Idaho. Performance Period is 30 days. Copies of this solicitation
  may be obtained after August 22, 2001 at http://ideasec.nbc.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 SN50V2Z5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: F--Natural Resources and Conservation Services
OFFADD: BLM, BC-660, Bldg #50, Denver Federal Center, P.O. Box
  25047, Denver, CO 80225-0047
SUBJECT: F--NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION SERVICES (TREE
  CLEARING)
SOL NDB010097
DUE 092001
POC Jim Schroeder 303-236-3514
DESC: The Bureau of Land Management has a requirement for tree
  clearing in the Ladrone Mountain Stove Units, Ladrone Mountain,
  New Mexico. The projects consists of removing, by cutting Juniper
  and Pinon Pine trees, for the purpose of reducing fire hazard
  in approximately 1,900 acres. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V333)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: H--Quality Control, Testing and Inspection Services
OFFADD: U.S. General Accounting Office, Acquisition Management,
  441 G. Street N.W., Room 6851, Washington, DC 20548
SUBJECT: H--SOCIAL SECURITY POLICY MODEL AND SUPPORT SERVICES
SOL 20130001
DUE 093001
POC Pearline F. Danner
DESC: The U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) intends to conduct
  negotiations and award a noncompetitive contract with the Policy
  Simulation Group, 1314 Kearney Street, NE, Washington, DC 20017.
  The firm developed a Social Security and Accounts Policy Simulation
  (SSASIM) model which is necessary for GAO to respond expeditiously
  to congressional requests and continue to maintain its ability
  to analyze the implications of changes to the social security
  program on the solvency of the trust funds and on the benefits
  received by individuals. The proposed contract is for (1) model
  license, (2) training and technical support services, (3) model
  developments and upgrades. The period of performance will be
  for a base period (FY 2002) with four (4) option renewals (FYs
  2003, 2004, 2005, 2006). It is believed no other sources are
  able to provide the services GAO is seeking with the Policy
  Simulation Group. This notice of intent is not a request for
  competitive proposals. Inquiries regarding this requirement
  may be directed to Pearline F. Danner, Contract Specialist,
  U. S. General Accounting Office, Acquisition Management, 441
  G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20548; (202) 512-5102. See Note
  22.      
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A8)

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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), = Commanding Officer, USCG Engineering Logistics Center,
  2401 Hawkins = Point Road Building 31, Mail Stop 26, Baltimore,
  MD, 21226-5000
SUBJECT: J--OVERHAUL TURBO-SUPERCHARGER
SOL DTCG40-01-Q-6MD348
DUE 090401
POC Robert Orofino, Contracting Officer, Phone 410-762-6503,
  Fax = 410-762-6008, Email rorofino@elcbalt.uscg.mil - Kathy
  Fields, Contract = Specialist, Phone 410-762-6473, Fax 410-762-6056,
  Email = kfields@elcbalt.uscg.mil
DESC: For the Overhaul of: 1) NSN: 2950-01-386-4089, = Turbo-Supercharger,
  Caterpillar Part Number: 103-7290, quantity 5 each. = 2) 2950-01-421-4390,
  Turbo-Supercharger, Engine, quantity 1 each. = Delivery shall
  be F.O.B. Destination, USCG Engineering Logistics = Center,
  Receiving Building 86, 2401 Hawkins Point Road, Baltimore,
  MD = 21226-5000. NOTE: NO DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS OR SCHEMATICS
  ARE = AVAILABLE FROM THIS AGENCY. No substitute or after-market
  parts are = authorized. Only Caterpillar Inc. parts are acceptable.
  In addition, = all work must be done by an authorized Caterpillar
  Inc. repair = facility. All responsible and responsive sources
  are invited to express = their interest and ABILITY to perform
  the above-described repair, via = fax in writing to Mr. Orofino,
  no later than August 24, 2001. All = responsible sources may
  submit a quotation, which if timely received, = shall be considered
  by this agency. ATTENTION: Minority, Women-Owned = and Disadvantaged
  Business Enterprises (DBEs)! The department of = Transportation
  (DOT), short-term Lending Program (STLP) offers working = capital
  financing in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts
  = receivable for transportation related contracts. Maximum
  line of credit = is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate.
  For further information, = call (800) 532-1169. Internet address:
  http://osdbuweb.dot.gov. See = note 22 *****.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/USCGELC/DTCG40-01-Q-6MD348/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V282)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: J--UPGRADE EXISTING OVERHEAD PAGING SYSTEM
SOL 69D-224-01
DUE 090601
POC Diane Brazale, Contracting Officer, (414) 902-5403 
DESC: The Great Lakes Acquisition Center is soliciting quotations
  to provide all labor, material, tools and equipment necessary
  to upgrade the existing overhead paging system located at the
  Chicago Health Care System, West Side Division, Chicago IL.
  Work shall include the removal and replacement of the non-functioning
  components of the existing system and the furnishing and installation
  of a new head end, controller and associated equipment. This
  procurement is unrestricted. NAICS: 811213. No telephone requests
  will be accepted. Requests for a hard copy solicitation must
  be in writing to the Contracting Officer with a non-refundable
  check for $10.00 made out to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  Electronic solicitations may be obtained FREE at the following
  URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm Or at http://www.bos.oamm.va.gov/solicitation?number=69D-224-01.
   Any amendments to this solicitation will also be available
  at the URL addresses. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. If you are downloading the solicitation
  and would like to be included on the solicitation mailing list,
  please e-mail the contracting officer with your company name,
  point of contact, mailing address and telephone number to:
  Diane.Brazale@med.va.gov    
CITE: (W-228 SN50V295)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Network Acquisition Program,
  130 West Kingsbridge Road, 10N3ACQ, Bronx, NY 10468-9938
SUBJECT: J--TESTING CIRCUIT BREAKERS IN TRANSFORMER AND GENERATOR
  ROOMS 
SOL 10N3-255-01
DUE 092701
POC Michael Smith 718-741-4322 mcihael.smith4@med.va.gov 917-689-0315
DESC: Business Service Center intends to procure on a competitive
  basis a service contract for testing circuit breakers in transformer
  and generator rooms in Bldg. 200 at the VA Medical Center,
  79 Middleville Road, Northport NY 11768.The period of performance
  shall be October1, 2001 thru September 30, 2002 with (2) one
  (1) year options. Interested parties are to request solicitation
  no. 10N3-255-01 via fax @ 718-741-4722 or mail, no telephone
  request shall be accepted.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2H7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Supply Directorate, Contracting Department, PSC Box 8018,
  MCAS, Cherry Point, NC 28533-0018
SUBJECT: J--ENGINEERING AND SUPPORT OF TEST CELL HARDWARE AND
  SOFTWARE
SOL M00146-01-R-0033
DUE 100401
POC Contact Point, Sherry Kelly, Contract Specialist, Code SUL
  1H, (252) 466-7765 or Anna O'Brien, Procurement Technician,
  (252) 466-2845, FAX (252) 466-3571 
DESC: The Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP), MCAS, Cherry Point, NC
  has submitted a requirement for Engineering Support of Hardware
  and Software for Gas Turbine Control Systems (GTECS) and other
  computer systems installed in the T64/T406, GTCP/APU, T400,
  EDC and Cooling Turbine Test Cells located at the NADEP. This
  requirement is for a Base Period of one (1) year and will include
  provisions for four (4) twelve-month Option Periods. It is
  the intent of the Government to solicit Sytronics, Inc. on
  a Sole Source basis. However, all responsible offers will be
  considered. Solicitation packages may be requested via fax
  to (252) 466-3571 or e-mail to kellysl@cherrypoint.usmc.mil.
  Requests must include Solicitation Number; organization name,
  address, and Cage Code; and POC telephone and fax numbers.
  No telephone requests please. As of 01 March 1998, all contractors
  must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
  database as a condition of contract award. Contractors may
  register at http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec or call the DOD Electronic
  Commerce Information Center at 1-800-334-3414. See Numbered
  Notes 22 and 26.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2M7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Chief, A&MM Service (90C), Department of Veterans Affairs
  Medical Center, 1 Freedom Way, Augusta, GA 30904-6285
SUBJECT: J--PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND EMERGENCY REPAIR ON ATL
  ULTRASOUND MODEL HDI 5000
SOL RFQ 509-30-02
DUE 083101
POC Minnie L.. Smith, 706-731-7174
DESC: Department of Veterans Medical Center, Augusta, Georgia,
  intends to negotiate a sole source procurement under the authority
  of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1, with ATL Ultrasound,
  22100 Bothell Everett Highway, Bothell, WA 98041-3003, for
  semi-annual preventive maintenance and unlimited emergency
  repair services on an ATL ultrasound model HDI 5000, including
  two (2) probes and upgrade package. The applicable NAICS code
  for this solicitation is 811219, $5.0 million. The intended
  contract will be for the period October 1, 2001 through September
  30, 2002 with four (4) one-year renewal options. This Notice
  of Intent is NOT a request for competitive proposals. Interested
  parties may identify their interest and capability by submitting
  literature and documentation, detailing their experience in
  required services, to the Contracting Officer or by fax to
  (706) 731-7172. 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 normally be considered for the purpose of determining
  whether to conduct a competitive procurement. All responses
  must be submitted no later than 4:30 PM, August 31, 2001. This
  procurement is subject to the availability of Fiscal Year 2002
  funds. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: J--ON-SITE SERVICE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
SOL N00259-01-T-0040
DUE 082401
POC Domingo B. Custodio, Jr. (619) 532-8106 or Philip S. Condella
  (619) 532-5944
DESC: This notice is provided on a sole source basis, with an
  intent to award a firm fixed price order with Visx Inc. This
  combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items is prepared
  in accordance with 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. This solicitation,
  number N00259-01-T-0040, is issued as a Request for Quotations
  (RFQ).Award will be based on price and technical capability.
  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses
  are those in effect through FAC 97-27. Clin: 0001 On-site full
  service maintenance contract on Gov't-owned Visx equipment,
  MN:Star S2: SN: 3131 to include all parts, labor transportation
  and unlimited corrective calls for the period of 01Oct01 through
  30Sep02 in accordance with the Statement of Work, (Please call
  Domingo Custodio Jr.for a copy at (619) 532-8106). Unit of
  Issue: QT, Quantity: 04. Services will be provided at: Naval
  Medical Center, Opthalmology Dept., San Diego, CA 92134. This
  solicitation incorporates the following clauses:52.212-1 INSTRUCTIONS
  TO OFFERORS-COMMERCIAL ITEMS (OCT 95), 52.212-3 OFFEROR REPRESENTATIONS
  AND CERTIFICATIONS-COMMERCIAL ITEMS (OCT 95) must be completed
  and submitted along with the proposal, a copy can be obtained
  by contacting the Purchasing Agent, Domingo B. Custodio, Jr.
  at (619) 532-8106. In accordance with FAR 52.212-5 CONTRACT
  TERMS AND CONDITIONS REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT STATUTES OR EXECUTIVE
  ORDERS-COMMERCIAL ITEMS (Aug 96), the following clauses are
  incorporated by reference in paragraph (b); 52.222-26 EQUAL
  OPPORTUNITY (E.O. 11246); 52.222-35 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR
  SPECIAL DISABLED AND VIETNAM ERA VETERAN (38 U.S.C. 4212);
  52.222-37 EMPLOYMENT REPORTS ON SPECIAL DISABLED VETERANS AND
  VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM ERA (38 U.S.C. 4212); 52.222-36 AFFIRMATIVE
  ACTION FOR HANDICAPPED WORKERS (29 U.S.C.793); 52.212-4 CONTRACT
  TERMS AND CONDITIONS COMMERCIAL ITEMS (Oct 95); 52.232-36 PAYMENT
  BY THIRD PARTY (May 1999); 52.232-33, MANDATORY INFORMATION
  FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSFER (Aug 1996) ; 52.219-6 NOTICE OF TOTAL
  SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE (July 1996);52.222-48 EXEMPTION FROM
  APLICATION OF SERVICE CONTRACT ACT PROVISIONS (May 1989); FAR
  52.232-18 AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS (Apr 1984) DFARS 252.204-7004
  REQUIRED CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION (Mar 98). This order
  will be firm fixed price. Quotes from all responsible sources
  will be considered.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2R9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Network Acquisition Program,
  130 West Kingsbridge Road, 10N3ACQ, Bronx, NY 10468-9938
SUBJECT: J--ELEVATOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR BROOKLYN 
SOL RFP10N3-238-01
DUE 091501
POC Oscar Diaz Jr., Contract Specialist Tel. 718-741-4320 fax
  718-741-4722
DESC: Contractor must provide ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE: ELEVATOR
  MAINTENANCE SERVICE FURNISH ALL LABOR AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
  TO PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR ALL ELEVATORS (23 ELEVATORS
  AND 5 DUMBWAITERS) AT THE NEW YORK HARBOR HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
  BROOKLYN CAMPUS AS REQUIRED BY SPECIFICATIONS.  (1) PROVIDE
  ALL NECESSARY LABOR AND MATERIALS TO PERFORM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
  FOR ALL ELEVATORS (23 ELEVATORS AND 5 DUMBWAITERS).   (2)
  PROVIDE AN ELEVATOR MECHANIC ON-SITE FOR 40 HOURS PER WEEK,
  MINIMUM OF 8 HOURS PER WORK DAY (APPRENTICE WORKER NOT INCLUDED
  IN HOURS).   (3) PROVIDE ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL TO ASSURE
  ELEVATORS PERFORMANCE IN  ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARDS STATED
  IN THE SPECIFICATIONS.   (4) PERFORM ALL TESTING AS REQUIRED
  BY THE SPECIFICATIONS AND APPLICABLE CODES AND REGULATIONS.
   From October 1, 2001 thru September 30, 2002; for Brooklyn
  Campus, 800 Poly Place, Brooklyn, NY 11209. This procurement
  shall be procured and awarded using the commercial item procedures.
  The term of the contract shall be from Date of award through
  September 30, 2002 with a Government option to extend the term
  of the contract for (4) additional one-year periods. This procurement
  is for small business and large business concern. Potential
  offerors may download a copy of the solicitation at http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
  , or by sending a written request via mail to the address shown
  above or by fax to (718) 741-4722. Documents will be available
  on August 20, 2001. All responsible offerors are invited to
  submit an offer, which shall be considered by the agency.
  The closing date will be September 15, 2001. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2S2)

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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 FACSIMILI MACHINES
SOL 534-5-02
DUE 091001
POC Elisa W. Lukasavage, 843-577-5011, X7211
DESC: The due date for Solicitation 534-5-02 has been extended
  until 9/10/01, 2PM. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2T0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, James A. Haley Veterans
  Hospital, AMMS (90C), 13000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Tampa, FL
  33612
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF CHILLERS AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
SOL IFB 673-15-02
DUE 091202
POC Charlene K. Stiens, 813-972-7655
DESC: This is a solicitation for commercial items prepared in
  accordance with the subparts in Federal Acquisition Regulation
  12 and 14. A written solicitation will be issued. Solicitation
  number 673-15-02 applies and is issued as a request for proposals.
  The North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS)
  code is 333415 size standard is 750 employees. Provide all
  labor, materials, equipment and supervision to maintain chillers
  and ancillary equipment for the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital,
  13000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Tampa, FL 33612, in accordance
  with terms and provisions of solicitation for the period October
  1, 2001 through September 30, 2002 with four option years.
  Subject to availability of funds. The above offer due date
  should be considered "on or about". Only written of faxed requests
  received directly from the requestor no later than August 29,
  2001 are acceptable. FAX 813-903-4838.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare
  System, Alvin C, York Campus, Chief Acquisitions and Materiel
  Management Service (90C), 3400 Lebanon Road, Murfreesboro,
  TN 37129
SUBJECT: J--MAINTAIN GE MRI SYSTEM
SOL 626-01-52
DUE 092101
POC Susan Hilley, 615-867-6094
DESC: Furnish all labor, repair parts, cryogens, and equipment
  to maintain the General Electric Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  (MRI) System at the VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System,
  VA Medical Center, 1310 24th Ave., S., Nashville, TN 37212.
  Work includes emergency service during the hours of 8:00 am
  to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday with 2 hour telephone response
  and 4 hour on-site response. VA Biomedical Engineering will
  perform first-call response to equipment problems and preventive
  maintenance. Contractor shall provide service manuals and service
  diagnostic software. Contract period is 10/1/01 through 9/30/02
  with four (4) 1-year options to renew. NAICS code is 811219.
  Solcitation documents will be available o/a 8/30/01. Offers
  are due on 9/21/01. Send written request to Contracting Officer
  (90C), VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Alvin C. York
  VA Medical Center, 3400 Lebanon Road, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
  or fax to 615-867-5429 or e-mail to Susan.Hilley@med.va.gov.
  Telephone requests will not be honored. 
EMAILADD: Susan.Hilley@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Z0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare
  System, Alvin C, York Campus, Chief Acquisitions and Materiel
  Management Service (90C), 3400 Lebanon Road, Murfreesboro,
  TN 37129
SUBJECT: J--PM EMERGENCY GENERATORS
SOL 626-01-54
DUE 092101
POC Susan Hilley, 615-867-6094
DESC: Furnish labor, materials, and equipment to perform preventive
  maintenance (PM) on eleven (11) emergency generators located
  at the VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, at the VA Medical
  Center, Nashville and the Alvin C. York VA Medical Center,
  Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Emergency Generator manufacturers
  include Cummins, Caterpillar, John Deere, Detroit, Allis Chalmers,
  and Kohler. Contract requires monthly, quarterly and annual
  PM on the six (6) generators in Murfreesboro and annual PM
  on the five (5) generators in Nashville. Contract period is
  10/1/01 through 9/30/02, with four (4) one-year options to
  renew. NAICS code is 81131. Solicitation documents will be
  available o/a 8/30/01. Offers are due by close of business,
  9/21/01. Send written requests for solicitation documents to
  Contracting Officer (90C), VA Tenenssee Valley Healthcare System,
  Alvin C. York VA Medical Center, 3400 Lebanon Road, Murfreesboro,
  TN 37129, or fax to 615-867-5429, or e-mail to Susan.Hilley@med.va.gov.

EMAILADD: Susan.Hilley@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V318)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Officer (90C), VA Medical Center, 508 Fulton
  Street, Durham, NC 27705
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF CENTRIFUGES
SOL 558-11-02
DUE 092401
POC Helen B. Warren 919-286-6920
DESC: Contractor to furnish all labor, parts, materials and transportation
  to perform two (2) preventive maintenance inspections annually
  and unlimited service calls for Government-owned centrifuges
  and spectrophotometers at the Department of Veterans Affairs
  Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina for the period of 10/1/01
  through 9/30/02 with four option year renewals. Bidding material
  will be available on or about 8/24/01 by written request only.
  Request may faxed to 919-286-6819. See Numbered Note 1.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V323)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Roseburg Healthcare
  System (653/900/90C), 913 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg,
  OR 97470-6513
SUBJECT: J--PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF STEAM STERILIZERS
SOL 653-54-01
DUE 091201
POC Brian Thomas (541) 440-1331
DESC: Provide preventive maintenance as stated in the work statement
  regarding the following types of steam sterilizers on a BI-monthly
  bases (October, December, February, April, June and August)
  located at the VA Roseburg Healthcare System, Roseburg, Oregon.
    Eagle 3000, STG 3  Vacamatic Steam Sterilizer Manufactured
  by Steris Corporation  Eagle 3000, STG 2  Vacamatic Steam
  Sterilizer Manufactured by Eagle Merchandising  Eagle 3000,
   Steam Washer/Sterilizer Manufactured by American Sterilizer
    Eagle 3000, Steam Washer/Sterilizer Manufactured by American
  Sterilizer  Eagle 3000, Steam Flash Sterilizer, 16" GP
  Manufactured by American Sterilizer  All pricing shall be
  an all inclusive rate of per diem, travel and price/cost.
   The Service Technician shall report to Facility Management
  Service prior to starting and upon completion of work and shall
  file a Maintenance visit report prior to departing the facility.
    Work to be completed during normal working hours (8:00 a.m.
  4:30 p.m. Monday Friday).  This agreement does not include
  labor and/or materials for service lines, shutoff valves, disconnect
  switches or other components not part of those products. In
  addition, this agreement does not cover accessories.  Contractor
  shall provide but not limited to the following procedures:
  lubrications, technical adjustments, functional checks and
  labor involved in repairing and/or replacing worn parts. 
   NAICS Code 339113/ NAIC Standard: 500 employees applies.
  Electronic solicitations may be obtained at no cost from the
  following URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm the
  solicitation will be made available after August20, 2001. Offerors
  will need to click on the RFQ 653-54-01 solicitation in order
  to download the solicitation documents. The due date for this
  solicitation is September 12, 2001 by 2:00 p.m. pacific time.
  If you have any questions, please contact Brian Thomas, Contracting
  Officer at the following e-mail address: brian.thomas2@med.va.gov.

LINKURL: www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: brian.thomas2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V334)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service
  = (PBS), Property Management Contracts Branch (5PMC), 230 South
  Dearborn = Street, Room 3324, Chicago, IL, 60604
SUBJECT: J--J -- MECHANICAL OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE CONTRACT,
  = CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
SOL GS05P01GAC0158
DUE 091801
POC Demaryl Singleton, Contract Specialist, Phone 312-886-6923,
  = Fax 312-353-0240, Email demaryl.singleton@gsa.gov
DESC: The contractor shall provide all management, supervision,
  labor, = supplies, materials, repair parts, tools, and equipment,
  and shall plan = schedule, coordinate and ensure effective
  and economical completion of = all work and services for Mechanical
  Operations at the John C. = Kluczynski Federal Building (JCK),
  230 South Dearborn Street, and the = United States Post Office-Loop
  Station (USPO Loop Station), 211 South = Clark Street, Chicago,
  Illinois. Contract period February 1, 2002 = through January
  31, 2005. The duration of the base contract will be for = three
  (3) years. The contract will include a provision for two (2)
  = options, each will extend the contract for an additional
  one year = period and may be unilaterally exercised at the
  option of the = Government. This procurement is open to all
  business concern. The North = American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) is 561790 with a size = standard of $5 million
  GSA is issuing the solicitation electronically = only. Interested
  parties may access the solicitation via FedBizOpps, = www.fedbizopps.gov,
  on or about August 17, 2001. Potential offerors = will be responsible
  for downloading the solicitation. It is also the = offerors
  responsibility to monitor the site for possible amendment =
  and/or additional information. Offer due date and time for
  receipt of = proposals will be September 18, 2001 at 2:00 PM
  CST (Chicago).
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/GSA/PBS/5PMCMI/GS05P01GAC0158/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V348)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Officer, 5722 Integrity Drive, Bldg S-242,
  Code 091, Naval Support Activity-Midsouth, Millington, TN 38054-5027
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF CANON FAX MACHINE
SOL N0063901Q0028
DUE 091701
POC Evelyn Johnson 901-874-5273
DESC: Maintenance Service for the period of Oct 01, 2001 thru
  Sep 30, 2002 for the following government owned Canon Facsimile
  Equipment. (1) 81 each - Canon CFX-L4000 plain paper fax. (2)
  23 each - Canon Laser Class 5500 fax machine. (3) 6 each -
  Canon Laser Class 7500 fax machine. (4) 6 each - Canon Laser
  L700 fax machine. (5) 11 each - Canon Fax270 fax machine. (6)
  4 each - Canon FAXT400 fax machine. (7) 5 each - Canon Laser
  Class 2600 fax machine. (8) 2 each - Canon Laser Class 9000
  fax machine. (9) 2 each - Canon Laser Class 8500 fax machine.
  (10) 2 each - Canon Laser Class 3170 fax machine. (11) 1 each
  - Canon Laser Class B450 fax machine. (12) 1 each - Canon Laser
  Class FAX410 fax machine. (13) 10 each - Canon Multipass L6000
  fax machine. (14) 1 each - Canon Model H11262 fax machine.
  (15) 2 each - Canon Model H11292 fax machine. A complete list
  of serial numbers will be provided when requesting a copy of
  solicitation package. Equipment location is Navy Personnel
  Command, Millington, Tn. For complete terms and conditions
  for the maintenance services, request a copy of the solicitation.
  When requesting a copy of the solicitation, please state name,
  address, phone number, and solicitation number and fax to (901)874-5285
  or e-mail, ejohnson@navsuppact-midsouth.navy.mil. This is a
  set-aside for small businesses only. A completed solicitation
  package must be signed and mail back by closed of business
  no later than 9/17/01. Faxed copies will not be accepted. 
EMAILADD: ejohnson@navsuppact-midsouth.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN50V372)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home, Support Directorate,
  Contracting Division, 3700 North Capitol Street, N.W., Building
  73, Washington, DC, 20317
SUBJECT: J--PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY LABOR, PARTS AND EQUIPMENT
  TO REPAIR SWITCH GEAR IN BASEMENT OF PIPES BUILDING #64 IAW
  SOW.
SOL 843100-01-Q-3036
DUE 083101
POC Daniel Carstens, Contracting Officer, Phone (202) 730-3511,
  Fax (202) 730-3506, Email juipter8@hotmail.com - Janet Wenzel,
  Chief, Contracting Division, Phone (2020 730-3393, Fax (202)
  730-3506, Email ussah13@yahoo.com
DESC: This project includes all labor, materials, equipment,
  and services for the repair of the switch gear located in the
  basement of the Pipes Building. An inspection of the GE AKD8
  switch gear has detected a discrepancy with the main bus connections.
  The connections showed that the copper link that connected
  the bus bars are welded, an infrared scan has determined that
  the welds were generating an extensive amount of heat. The
  equipment will be shut down and the bus bars shall be inspected
  to determine the process to correct the problem. After the
  correction method has been approved, the configuration of the
  repair shall be in accordance with the set forth specifications,
  but not limited too. See the attached Statement of Work.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USSAH/SD/WASHDC/843100-01-Q-3036/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V377)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Attn: Contracting Officer (90C), 1670
  Clairmont Rd., Decatur, GA 30033
SUBJECT: J--TELEPHONE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE SEVICES
SOL RFP 508-49-01
DUE 082701
POC Jeff Miller - 404-728-7736 - FAX 404728-7758
DESC: Solicitation RFP 508-49-01 for telephone maintenance at
  the VA Medical Center (Atlanta) has been cancelled.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V393)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: DVA Carl Vinson Medical Center, 1826 Veterans Blvd.,
  Dublin, GA 31021
SUBJECT: J--PM ACUSON ULTRASOUND
SOL 557-06-02
DUE 091301
POC PAUL DIXON, Contracting Officer (478) 277-2711
DESC: Provide Total Assurance Plan (TAP) service contract to
  provide one annual inspection, emergency repairs, and software
  updates for the Acuson Ultrasound System, Model Sequoia 512
  for the period October 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002 with
  four one year options. RFQ issue date is on or about 8-28-01.
  Request must be in writing and may be faxed to (478) 277-2741.
  NAICS 811219, 5 million.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Sheppard AFB Contracting Office, 82d Contracting Squadron
  136 K Avenue Ste 1, Sheppard AFB, TX, 76311-2746
SUBJECT: J--REMOVE LEAD-BASED PAINT, BLDG 2402
SOL F41612-01-T0145
DUE 082401
POC Michelle Hatcher, Contract Specialist, Phone (940) 676-4413,
  Fax (940) 676-3784, Email Michelle.Hatcher@sheppard.af.mil
  - Kay Clayton, Contracting Officer, Phone (940) 676-6374, Fax
  (940) 676-3784, Email Kay.Clayton@sheppard.af.mil
DESC: SEE ATTACHED FILES FOR ENTIRE SOLICITATION
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AETC/ShepAFBCO/F41612-01-T0145/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3C0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Directorate Of Contracting/Bld 1289 U, Oo-Alc 6038 Aspen
  Avenue, Hill Air Force Base, Ut 84056-5805
SUBJECT: J--TESTING REDESIGNED WINDSCREENS T-38
SOL F42620-01-Q-25929
DUE 092701
POC Amy Petersen/Lck/[801]777-2159, For additional information
  contact Amy Petersen/Lck/[801]777-2159
DESC: The Government intends to establish a contract for testing
  of redesigned windscreens for the T-38. These windscreens will
  be exhausted during testing. The windscreens will be installed
  and tested according to the Statement of Work (SOW) and will
  be evaluated over the period of one year. Test results will
  include all reports and data required and video IAW CDRLS A001
  and A002. Sierracin/Sylmar, Sylmar, CA is the only responsible
  source to satisfy agency requirements. Work is to begin November,
  2001. The approximate issue/response date will be 06 SEP 2001.
  The anticipated award date will be 27 SEP 2001. Electronic
  procedure will be used for this solicitation. See our Web page.
  Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or
  Services) required are available from only one or a limited
  number of responsible source(s) and no other type of supplies
  or services will satisfy agency requirements. The proposed
  contract action is for supplies and services for which the
  Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only one,
  or a limited number of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302.
  Interested persons may identify their interest and capability
  to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  all proposals received within forty-five days (thirty days
  if award is issued under an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the Government not to
  compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.
  It is suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal development phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, but to communicate
  contractor, concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. Interested
  parties are invited to call Roger Porter if your concerns are
  not satisfied by the contracting officer (801)777-6991. ATTENTION:
  Contractor must be registered with Central Contractor Registration
  to be eligible for contact award or payment from any DOD activity.
  Information on registration and annual confirmation requirements
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423, or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com See Note (s) 26.
LINKURL: http://www.fedbizops.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Amy.Petersen@hill.Af.Mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (I-229 SN50V3E6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: J--MAINTENANCE OF AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCHED
SOL 69D-014-02
DUE 091201
POC Scott B. Koerner, Contracting Officer (414) 902-5422
DESC: The Great Lakes Acquisition Center is soliciting quotations
  to provide all labor & materials necessary to inspect, test,
  service, maintain & repair of 30 automatic transfer switches
  located at the Hines VA Hospital, Hines, IL. This solicitation
  is for the period beginning October 1, 2001 through September
  30, 2002 plus four (4) option renewal periods. NAICS 811412.
  This procurement is unrestricted. Requests for hardcopy solicitations
  must be in writing to the Contracting Officer and must be accompanied
  by a non-refundable check for $10.00 made out to the US Dept
  of Veterans Affairs. No telephone requests will be accepted.
  Electronic solicitations may be obtained FREE at the following
  URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm. Or at http://www.bos.oamm.va.gov/solicitation?number=69D-014-02.
  Any amendments to this solicitation will also be available
  at the URL addresses. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. If you are downloading the solicitation
  and would like to be included on the solicitation mailing list,
  please e-mail the contracting officer with your company name,
  point of contact, mailing address and telephone number to:
  scott.koerner@med.va.gov
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3F5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command,
  FISC NORFOLK HAMPTON ROADS, ACQUISITION DEPT, CODE 200 1968
  GILBERT STREET, SUITE 600, NORFOLK, VA, 23511-3392
SUBJECT: J--J--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND REBUILDING OF EQUIPMENT,
  NON-NUCLEAR SHIP REPAIR.
SOL N00189-01-R-0043
DUE 090401
POC Barbara Thompson, Contract Specialist Intern, Phone 757-445-2669,
  Fax 757-445-2666, Email barbara_j_thompson@nor.fisc.navy.mil
DESC: THIS IS A MODIFICATION TO A PREVIOUS NOTICE ON THE COMMERCE
  BUSINESS DAILY. Due to the changeover from the Commerce Business
  Daily (CBD) to Federal Business Opportunities, it is not possible
  to prepare this notice as a normal systemic modification. The
  modification to the CBD notice 50T031 posted on July 25, 2001
  at 18:45 follows; Description 1. is changed to read: Solicitation
  Number N00140-01-R-2018, including modifications thereto,is
  hereby changed to N00189-01-R-0043. All terms and conditions
  of the notice being changed, N00140-01-R-2018, CBD Notice Cite
  D-120 SN50K6W1, and modification thereto, apply, including
  the intent to acquire the respective services via a competitive
  8(a) set aside. ADDITIONAL CLARIFYING INFORMATION IS HEREBY
  PROVIDED: Solicitation N00140-01-R-2018, issued by FISC Norfolk
  Philadelphia Detachment on 30 April 01 and modified on 24 May
  01 was a competitive 8(a) set aside. FISC Norfolk intends to
  acquire the same services as specified in the FISC Norfolk
  Philadelphia Solicitation to repair and/or replace deck auxiliary,
  hull, mechanical, and electrical equipment and systems for
  various US Government vessels located at Norfolk, VA and/or
  within 60 miles of Naval Operations Base, Norfolk, VA through
  the same competitive 8(a) set aside. Please refer to the Navy
  Electronic Contracting On Line at www.neco.navy.mil to obtain
  a full copy of the solicitation. NOTICE OF PREPROPOSAL CONFERENCE:
  A pre-proposal conference will be held at the Fleet and Industrial
  Supply Center (FISC), Naval Operations Base, Norfolk, Va, Building
  W-143, 6th Floor, Jack Room at 10:00 AM on 14 August 2001.
  All offerors should allow sufficient time for check in at the
  pass office located on Hampton Blvd across from Gate 5. All
  attendees must also have a picture identification (drivers
  license or equal)for entry into building W-143. Please see
  the solicitation and/or the July 25th CBD notice for specific
  notification requirements for attendees, including advance
  submission of questions to be addressed. ALL OTHER TERMS AND
  CONDITONS REMAIN UNCHANGED
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USN/NAVSUP/N00189/N00189-01-R-0043/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3H1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Military Sealift Command, Camp Pendleton, Bldg. 238,
  Virginia Beach, VA 23458
SUBJECT: J--LP TURBINE ROTOR RECONDITIONING
SOL N32205-01-R-1023
DUE 091701
POC Sandra Tyree (757)417-4591
DESC: This is a combined synopsis and announcement for Commercial
  Acquisition of material and services for refurbishment of an
  eight stage Low Pressure Turbine Rotor.  The subject Rotor
  is presently located at MI-TECH, Inc., 6685 Jet Park Drive,
  N. Charleston, S.C. 29046. The rotor is available for inspection
  between 0800 and 1400 Monday thru Friday. Please contact Carl
  A. Maggio, Contract Administrator at 843-553-2743 to arrange
  schedules.  Provide quotations no later than 12SEP01, to
  FRANK JACKSON (757)417-4594 EMAIL:frank.jackson@msc.navy.mil
  The Government will not pay for transportation of the Rotor
  from MI-TECH's facility to the successful Offeror's facility.
  Transportation from the successful Offeror's facility to Government
  Storage will be on a reimbursable basis. Funds for this FY
  are not currently available, but a decision is anticipated
  by September 2001. The Contracting Officer for this acquisition,
  Sandra Tyree, can be contacted at 757-417-4591.   1. ABSTRACT
   1.1. This item describes the requirements for the contractor
  to recondition the main propulsion LP Turbine and associated
  equipment and preserve and crate it for long term storage.
   2. REFERENCES/ENCLOSURES 2.1. References: NAVSEA 0341-LP-132-6002,
  Instructions GEU-40469, Propulsion Turbines and Gears 2.2.
  MIL-PRF-23199E PACKAGING AND PACKING REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL
  PURPOSE MECHANICAL COMPONENTS AND REPAIRS PARTS 2.3. Enclosures:
  None 3. ITEM LOCATION/DESCRIPTION 3.1. Location/Quantity
   3.1.1. Quantity: 1 Low Pressure Turbine rotor and associated
  components, including bearings, and packing assemblies 3.2.
  Item Description/Manufacturer's Data: 3.2.1. Description:
  GE 17,500 SHP (Normal) Propulsion Turbine set-- LP Turbine
  No. 97844, 8-stage, 3236 rpm 4. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT/MATERIAL/SERVICES
   4.1. Government Furnished Equipment (GFE): None 4.2. Government
  Furnished Material (GFM): None 4.3. Government Furnished Services
  (GFS): None 4.4. Government Furnished Information (GFI): None
   5. NOTES 5.1. The contractor and all subcontractors, regardless
  of tier must consult the General Technical Requirements (GTR)
  to determine applicability to this work item. In performance
  of this work item, the contractor and all subcontractors regardless
  of tier must comply with the requirements of all applicable
  GTRs including but not limited to GTRs 1-7. 6. QUALITY ASSURANCE
  REQUIREMENTS 6.1. Upon completion of all work, the turbine
  rotor shall be inspected, accepted and stamped by ABS and documentation
  of all repairs and classification data submitted to the MSCREP..
   7. STATEMENT OF WORK 7.1. Arrangements/Outfitting: 7.1.1.
  Upon completion of all work and inspection and acceptance by
  ABS and the MSCREP, preserve and crate the rotor and all components
  for long term storage in accordance with reference 2.2. 7.2.
  Structural: None 7.3. Mechanical/Fluids 7.3.1. Renew the
  1st stage blades and shroud band. 7.3.2. Hand dress the blades
  of the 2nd stage blading in the damaged areas. 7.3.3. Remove
  the double layer shroud bands on the 4th stage and machine
  the blades to obtain sufficient tenons to accept a new shroud
  band. Install a new shroud band on this stage. 7.3.4. Renew
  the 1st stage blades of the astern element and shroud band.
   7.3.5. Thoroughly clean and dress all shaft inter-stage packing
  areas and high-lows. 7.3.6. Machine / grind the forward and
  aft bearing journals to the same diameter of the LP rotor that
  is currently installed on the vessel (fwd bearing journal OD
  of installed rotor is 6.490" and aft bearing journal OD of
  installed rotor is 6.487") 7.3.7. Machine / grind the thrust
  collar to obtain a satisfactory surface finish, removing minimal
  amount of material necessary to achieve true finish. 7.3.8.
  Tap and install threaded plugs in the existing drain holes
  in the face of the turbine flange for the flexible coupling.
   7.3.8.1. All plugs are to be of equal weight and to be positively
  secured so they cannot work their way out. 7.3.9. Provide
  a complete set of all packing for the rotor R1 through R-14
  including the segmented packing rings, springs, retainers,
  and locking keys.  7.4. Electrical: None 7.5. Electronics:
  None 7.6. Preparation of Drawings/Documentation:  7.6.1.
  Provide a detailed, type-written report delineating all discrepancies
  found, and repairs made to the rotor. The report is to indicate
  the final as released condition of the rotor and pertinent
  dimensional data, including but not limited to, TIR and bearing
  journal dimensions. 7.7. Inspection/Test: 7.7.1. After completion
  of repairs, perform a high-speed (operational speed) balance
  of the rotor. The final balance is to be within tolerances
  set by the manufacturer. 7.7.1.1. Provide 3 type-written copies
  of a report detailing the original balance of the rotor, the
  manufacturer's balance tolerance, and the final balance of
  the rotor. Also include the location and weight of all material
  added or removed from the rotor to achieve final balance.
  7.8. Painting: None  7.9. Marking:  7.9.1. Each crate shall
  be clearly permanently marked with the following information:
  "USNS OBSERVATION ISLAND", the identity of the specific component(s)
  within the crate, including both nomenclature and part number,
  and the net, tar, and gross weights of the crate. 7.10. Manufacturer's
  Representative: None 8. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 8.1. None additional.

EMAILADD: frank.jackson@msc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2M9)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: J--Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding of Equipment--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 89th
  CONS, = 1419 Menoher Drive, Andrews AFB, MD, 20762-6500
SUBJECT: J--MYSTIC STAR SYSTEM
SOL Reference-Number-F5040312070300
DUE 083001
POC Antoinette Ingram, Contracting Officer, Phone 301-981-2301,
  = Fax 301-981-1913, Email Antoinette.Ingram@Andrews.af.mil
  - Kent Wright, = Chief, Acquisition Flight B, Phone (301)9812328,
  Fax (301)9811911, = Email Kent.Wright@Andrews.af.mil
DESC: MYSTIC STAR SPECIAL AIR MISSION (SAM) NETWORK CONTROL STATION
  = (NCS) AND FOUR REMOTE SWITCHING UNITS (RSUs)LOGISTIC AND
  TECHNICAL = SUPPORT. This is a Sources Sought Synopsis to determine
  if there are = private sector offerors interested and capable
  of providing Mystic Star = System maintainance/repair/modification/training/and
  upgrading to the = Mystic Star communications systems for the
  United States Air Force. The = Mystic Star System provides
  secured and unsecured data and voice = communications for Air
  Force One and VIP Aircraft through a HF and = satellite worldwide
  network. This requirement is for severable, = continuous engineering
  and technical services necessary for operation, = maintenance
  and support of the Mystic Star network at Andrews AFB and =
  its geographically dispersed Remote Switching Units (RSUs).
  Mystic Star = is a high-quality secure voice and data communications
  (air-to-ground) = system used by the President, Vice President,
  specified cabinet = members, foreign visitors worldwide, and
  other authorized users while = aboard Special Air Mission (SAM),
  VIP, Marine One, and Command = Aircraft. It supports presidential
  worldwide UHF communications = through satellites and ground
  relay stations. =20 The system requires system engineering,
  technical support, and depot = level repair to ensure reliable
  and uninterruptible communications to = users and their respective
  ground operations centers/subscribers such = as: White House
  Communications Agency, State Department, National = Military
  Command Center (NMCC) and Alternate NMCC, and other discrete
  = facilities. Support involves repair, replacement, modification/upgrade,
  = training, extension, and/or removal of obsolete or otherwise
  non-needed = system components to ensure that adequate and
  dependable service is = provided to each authorized customer.
  Logistic and technical support of = the Mystic Star Special
  Air Mission Network Control Station and Remote = Switching
  Units is also needed.=20 Equipment for crypto integration and
  control of this system will be = replaced during the first
  year with commercial-off-the-shelf = components, already purchased
  (75%) by the government. This equipment = must be programmed
  and the software continuously modified for changes = made by
  systems of other agencies. Changes are also anticipated in
  = maintenance and upgrades for software/firmware support for
  model = computer code and firmware maintenance, error correction,
  and = development upgrades to the Mystic Star Communications
  Management = Systems and associated pre- and post-processors.
  Developmental initiatives to improve customer service are also
  part of = the requirement. Developmental efforts of the following
  types must be = accommodated: direct customer interface and
  control to modernize and = logistically support equipment,
  re-centralize the control of both HF = and UHF operations in
  one work-center, standardizing the customer = interface, interfacing
  with secure data units providing a multi-rate = capability
  from 2.4 to 48 kbit, incorporate DAMA (as required per CJCS
  = instruction), establishing a means of monitoring received
  through = satellite communication performance using audible
  signal, spectral = analysis display, receiving signal level
  and transmit power monitoring. = Required off-site support
  must be available in the form of a phone call = or if necessary,
  a deployment within 90 hours of notification by the = Government.
  At this time the government has no firm requirement for this
  = acquisition and will use the information obtained from this
  notice to = evaluae the capabilities of the marketplace. All
  interested parties = should provide, at no cost to the government,
  full descriptive = literature, limited to 10 pages, demonstrating
  their abilities to = provide the above notice. To be considered
  capable, parties must = demonstrate the following: 1) Complete
  knowledge of the Mystic Star = Communication System and peculiarities
  and ability to respond promptly = to any question pertaining
  to the system; 2) Past performance as = pertains to relevant
  experience in all of the above general areas = stated; 3) Corporate
  capabilities in the areas of communication = engineering, software
  engineering, logistic and depot support, field = service engineering
  support and logistic support procuremt; 4) How the = offeror
  will address the proprietary issues; 5) How the offeror will
  = address antiquated systems; and 6) The ability to be fully
  functional = upon award. All of the literature provided in
  response to theis = synopsis will become the property of the
  Government and will not be = returned. The requested information
  must be provided to the 89th = Contracting Squadron, 1419 Menoher
  Dirve, Andrews AFB, MD 20762, = Attention: Capt Ingram, not
  later 30 Aug 01 est.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AMC/89CONS/Reference-Number-F5040312070=
  300/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: L--Technical Representation Services
OFFADD: Commanding Officer fp, USCG, ISC Miami, 909 SE 1st Ave.,
  Room 512, Miami, FL 33131-3050
SUBJECT: L--FACILITATE AND CONTROL TABLE TOP EXERCISES AND SEARCH
  AND RECSUE
SOL DTCG-01-Q-75G001
DUE 090401
POC victor parris 305-415-7088
DESC: this is a military and civilian exercise.  1. facilitate
  and control one table top exercise(ttx) and one search and
  rescue exercise(sarex) to be held in puerto rico. 2. all design
  meetings will be a one day affair with a debrief on the next
  day. 3. there will be a design team established with members
  of the playing organizations. 4. the design team will be no
  more than ten people. 5. vendor would provide design team
  manuals and faclitate the meetings. 6. it would take one vendor
  person to handle design meetings. 7. the ttx will have no
  more than 25 to 30 players. (march 2002). 8. vendor would
  facilitate and control the exercise (ttx) and provide participant
  manuals. 9. it would take two vendor people to handle the
  ttx. 10 the sarex will have no more that 100 players (may
  2002). 11. vendor would facilitate and control the exercise
  (sarex) and provide participant manuals. 12. it would take
  two vendor people to handle the sarex. 13. the playing organizations
  would provide additional controllers and evaluators. 14. vendors
  quote does not include development of the evaluation system.
   15. vendor would handle development of the exercise plan and
  badges & participant certificates. 16. vendor would provide
  the following equipment for the control spaces; notebook computers
   large screen projectors printers basic admin supplies 17.
  coast guard would provide play and control spaces. 18. coast
  guard provide appropriate telephones for role playing. 19.
  coast guard be able to get reservists or auxilarista for role
  players. 20. vendor would conduct and facilitate a debrief/hotwash.
   21. vendor would collect, correlate and provide data for lessons
  learned and the final report. 22. airfare costs may escalate
  as the exercise dates approach. 23. all hotels and meals would
  be figured at prevailing joint travel regulation(jtr) rates.
   24. this would be a firm fixed price contract for services,
  not a cost plus contract.  see note (1)
CITE: (W-229 SN50V374)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Naval Medical Center (BCA), 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, Suite
  535, San Diego, CA 92134-5191
SUBJECT: Q--NON-PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT FOR A FULL-TIME OPTOMETRIST
SOL N00259-01-T-0039
DUE 082901
POC Glenda C. Abalos, Purchasing Agent, 619/532-8084, Philip
  S. Condella, Contracting Officer, 619/532-5944
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. The solicitation, number N00259-01-T-0039, is
  issued as a Request for Quotations (RFQ). The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through FAC 97-27. Non-personal services are being
  requested for a full-time Optometrist performing a full range
  of optometrist services and procedures. Period of performance:
  01 Sep 01 through 31 Aug 02. Location: Naval Medical Center,
  Optometry Dept, Bldg 2-2, 34800 Bob Wilson Drive, San Diego
  CA 92134. Statement of Work includes: performing comprehensive
  Optometry services. These comprehensive services shall be performed
  at the Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA, or at other Branch
  Medical Clinics within the San Diego area under the cognizance
  of the Commander, Naval Medical Center. During the term of
  this contract the physician agrees to provide, on behalf of
  the Government, the services of an Optometrist, for treatment
  of active duty military personnel, their family members, eligible
  Navy civilian employees and, other eligible beneficiaries in
  accordance with the terms and conditions of this contract.
  While on duty, the physician shall not advise, recommend or
  suggest to individuals authorized to receive services at Government
  expense that such individuals should receive services from
  the physician when he or she is not on duty, or from a partner
  or group associated in practice with the physician, except
  with the express written consent of the Commander. The physician
  shall be neat, clean, well groomed and, in appropriate clothing
  when in patient care and public areas. All clothing shall be
  free of visible dirt and stains and, shall fit correctly. Fingernails
  shall be clean and free from dirt and hair shall be neatly
  trimmed and combed. The physician shall display an identification
  badge, furnished by the Government, on the right breast of
  his or her outer clothing which includes the physician's full
  name and professional status. The physician shall be physically
  capable of standing for extended periods of time and capable
  of normal ambulation. The physician shall comply with Executive
  Order 12731 of 17 Oct 1990, (55 Fed. Reg. 42547), "Principles
  of Ethical Conduct for Government Officers and Employees" and,
  shall also comply with Department of Defense (DOD) and Department
  of the Navy (DON) regulations implementing this Executive Order.
  The physician providing services under this contract shall
  be rendering non-personal services for the Navy. The contract
  under which the personnel rendering the services are not subject,
  either by the contract terms or by the manner of its administration,
  to the supervision and control usually prevailing in relationships
  between the Government and its employees. He/She is performing
  an agency function by providing direct medical care that would
  have to be provided by the Navy to its health care beneficiaries.
  Accordingly, personal injury claims alleging negligence by
  the physician within the scope of his or her performance of
  this contract shall be processed as claims alleging negligence
  by the contractor. The physician IS required to maintain medical
  liability insurance. Physicians, not currently in possession
  of a medical license (license to practice Optometry with "Therapeutic"
  certification) from the State of California must acquire and
  maintain a valid license, at no cost to the Government, within
  120 days following contract award. The physician shall read,
  write, speak and understand the English language fluently.
  The physician is not prohibited, by reason of employment under
  this contract, from conducting a private practice or other
  employment so long as there is no conflict with the performance
  of duties under this contract. However, such private practice
  or other such employment shall not be conducted during those
  hours in which the physician is required to render services
  under this contract. The physician shall make no use of Government
  facilities or property in connection with such other employment.
  (see Attachment 001 NAVMED P-117). Duty Hours: The physician
  shall be on duty in the assigned clinical areas at Naval Medical
  Center San Diego, CA for 40 hours per week. The physician shall
  normally provide services for an 8.5 hour period, (to include
  an uncompensated .5 hour for lunch). Specific work hours will
  be scheduled by the Refractive Surgery Program Director. The
  physician shall arrive for each scheduled shift in a well rested
  condition and shall have had at least six hours of rest from
  all other duties. When required to ensure completion of services
  that extend beyond the normal close of business, the physician
  shall remain on duty in excess of the scheduled shift. The
  physician will be given an equal amount of compensatory time
  to be scheduled upon mutual agreement of the physician and
  the Refractive Surgery Program Director. Absences and leave:
  A physician requiring emergency medical care will be provided
  medical care until the condition is stabilized. The physician
  shall reimburse the Government for all medical services provided.
  Only the Commander or the technical liaison may authorize absences
  to the physician in accordance with the Naval Medical Center's
  policies and regulations. Authorization for planned absences
  may be granted by the Commander for a physician to attend continuing
  education courses and for performance of active duty responsibilities.
  The physician will be compensated by the Government for these
  periods of authorized planned absence. The Government will
  not reimburse the physician for the cost of any course tuition
  and/or other related education expense. The physician shall
  provide proof of attendance of continuing education to the
  Refractive Surgery Program Director upon request. Documented
  military leave for military reservists will be allowed, not
  to exceed 15 calendar days per calendar year, and may be taken
  intermittently, e.g., one day at a time. The physician will
  not be compensated by the Government for services not rendered
  during a Government furlough. In the event of a Government
  furlough, the Commander will determine which contract employees
  are considered critical and therefore must report to work.
  Contract employees deemed critical will be compensated for
  services rendered during a furlough. All other contract employees
  will be furloughed until the Government shutdown ends or they
  are notified by the Technical Liaison designated in the contract
  that they have become critical employees. Duties: The physician
  shall perform a full range of optometric primary and specialty
  care, using Government furnished facilities, equipment and
  supplies. Caseload includes scheduled and unscheduled requirements
  for care. Routine workload is scheduled by the treatment facility.
  Primary workload is a result of appointments scheduled through
  the MTF's central appointment system. Secondary workload is
  the result of consultation requests submitted to the specialty
  clinic by other staff physicians. The physician is responsible
  for a full range of diagnostic examinations, the development
  of comprehensive treatment plans when indicated, delivery of
  treatment within the personnel and equipment capabilities of
  the medical treatment facility, provision of mandated medical
  surveillance and preventive services and the quality and timeliness
  of treatment records and reports required to document procedures
  performed and care provided. The physician shall refer patients
  to staff specialists for consultative opinions and continuation
  of care and shall see the patients of other staff healthcare
  providers who have been referred for consultation and treatment.
  Watch Standing: There is no watch standing requirement for
  an optometrist under this contract. The physician shall direct
  supporting Government employees assigned to them during the
  performance of clinical procedures. Minimum Qualifications:
  Must have proof of current Basic Life Support Level C certification;
  Must possess a Doctorate Degree in Optometry from and accredited
  college approved by the Council of Optometry Education of the
  American Optometry Association; Must have and maintain a valid,
  unrestricted license with therapeutic certification to practice
  as an optometrist in the state of California. May possess additional
  licensure in any one of the fifty states, the District of Columbia,
  the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  The health care worker is responsible for complying with all
  application licensing regulations; Complete an Individual Credentials
  File prior to performance of services. This acquisition incorporates
  the following FAR clauses: 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors
  - Commercial Items (Oct 95); 52.212-3 Offeror Representations
  and Certifications - Commercial Items (Oct 95) must be completed
  and submitted along with the proposal (a copy can be obtained
  by contacting Glenda C. Abalos at 619/532-8084); 52.212-4 Contract
  Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items; In accordance with
  FAR clause 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items
  (Oct 95), the following clauses are hereby incorporated by
  reference in paragraph (b): 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity (E.O.
  11246); 52.222-35 Affirmative Action for Special Disabled and
  Vietnam Veterans (38 U.S.C. 4212); 52.222-36 Affirmative Action
  for Handicapped Workers (29 U.S.C. 793); and 52.222-37 Employment
  Reports on Special Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam
  Era (38 U.S.C. 4212); DFARS 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor
  Registration (Mar 1998); FAR 52.232-36 Payment by Third Party
  (May 1999); FAR 52.232-33 Mandatory Information for Electronic
  Funds Transfer Payment (Aug 1996). All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered. Offers are due
  no later than COB 29 Aug 01. See note 1.
EMAILADD: gcabalos@nmcsd.med.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V291)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Southeast Contracting Center MEDCOM, Dwight David Eisenhower
  AMC, ATTN MCAA SE, 39706 40th Street, Fort Gordon, GA 30905-5650
SUBJECT: Q--PHYSICIAN INTERNAL MEDICINE
SOL DADA0801T0324
DUE 082401
POC Herman McElveen., Contract Administrator (706) 787-3881
DESC: THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR RFQ
  DADA08-01-T-0324, INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN, BLANCHFIELD
  ARMY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, FORT CAMPBELL KY AND WILL BE INCORPORATED
  IN THE AWARD. "THE PHYSICIAN SHALL REMAIN IN-HOUSE ON CALL
  WHILE ON DUTY FOR 14 AND ONE HALF CONSECUTIVE HOURS AND RESPOND
  TO ANY ADULT MEDICINE RELATED ISSUES. THIS MAY INCLUDE INTERNAL
  MEDICINE OR FAMILY PRACTICE PATIENTS ON THE WARD OR ICU. CONTRACTOR
  SHALL TAKE CALLS FROM THE EMERGENCY CENTER, EVALUATE PATIENTS
  WHEN REQUESTED, AND ADMIT AND MANAGE PATIENTS AS APPROPRIATE.
  CONTRACTOR SHALL ALSO BE FIRST CALL FOR SURGICAL INPATIENTS
  ON MINOR NON-SURGICAL ISSUES. CONTRACTOR MAY BE REQUIRED TO
  READ ROUTINE EKGs, PFTs, HOLTER RESULTS, ETC. DURING IDLE TIME
  WHILE ON DUTY. A SLEEP ROOM WILL BE AVAILABLE DURING IDLE TIME.

EMAILADD: herman.mcelveen@se.amedd.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2X4)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: FISC San Dieigo, Contracts Dept, 937 N. Harbor Drive,
  San Diego, CA 92132
SUBJECT: Q--MEDICAL HOSPITAL ACCREDITATION
SOL N6809401RCP0050
DUE 082201
POC Contracting Officer, Luis De La Fuente, (619) 532-2888 
DESC: The Contracts Dept. of Fleet & Industrial Supply Center,
  San Diego intends to award a sole source contract to Joint
  Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO),
  One Renaissance Boulevard, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181, for
  services to inspect and provide accreditation of all medical
  departments at the Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, CA. JCAHO
  is the only agency known to inspect/accredit hospitals. Please
  contact the Contracting Officer for further information/questions
  regarding this acquisition. 
LINKURL: http://www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: luis_de_lafuente@sd.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (D-229 SN50V325)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Q--Medical Services
OFFADD: Federal Prison Camp, Allenwood, Regional Contracting
  Office, P.O. Box 1000, Montgomery, PA 17752
SUBJECT: Q--PHARMACY TECHNICIAN SERVICES
SOL RFQ 428-0033
POC Norm Showers, Regional Contract Specialist, (570) 547-1641
  Ext. 547
DESC: Pre-Solicitation Notice: The Federal Bureau of Prisons
  (BOP), Low Security Correctional Institution (LSCI Allenwood),
  located in White Deer, Pennsylvania, requires Pharmacy Technician
  services for the inmate population at both the LSCI and the
  Federal Prison Camp located in Montgomery, Pa. LSCI/FPC Allenwood
  will furnish all routinely needed pharmaceutical supplies.
  The Contractor will review patient records, but will not be
  responsible for direct inmate management. The Contractor must
  have received training from a Registered Pharmacist, in order
  to comply with JCAHO, FDA, and Bureau of Prisons policies.
  Contractor must have a basic understanding of drug interaction
  and therapy. The Technician will operate under the license
  and direct supervision of a Registered Pharmacist at all times.
  The services will be performed from the LSCI Health Services
  Department, inside the secure perimeter of the institution.
  The performance period will be the base year and four option
  years. This is a small business set-aside, restricted to small
  businesses eligible to receive award. A security investigation/clearance
  is required. All responsible sources are encouraged to submit
  an offer that will be considered for award. The anticipated
  solicitation issue date is approximately 09/07/01. The NAICS
  code for this requirement is 621999. *****  cc: OSDBU 
LINKURL: http://www.usa.gov/procurement/index.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: nshowers@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-229 SN50V394)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: NASA/George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Procurement
  Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812
SUBJECT: R--BASELINE COMPARISON SYSTEM (BCS) UPGRADE AND UPDATE
SOL 8-1-1-T3-D2144-R1
DUE 091701
POC  Paula J Battles, Contract Specialist, Phone (256) 544-5940,
  Fax (256) 544-2812, Email penny.battles@msfc.nasa.gov - George
  E. Pendley, Contracting Officer, Phone (256) 544-2949, Fax
  (256) 544-2812, Email george.pendley@msfc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/MSFC plans to issue a Request for Offer (RFO) for
  services to provide MSFC/NASA with Reliability, Availability,
  Maintainability, Operability, and Cost (RAMOC) analysis capability
  to support the development of low cost advanced space transportation
  systems. A detailed work description is located in the RFO.
  The Government does not intend to acquire a commercial item
  using FAR Part 12. See Note 26. NAICS Code: 541511 The DPAS
  Rating for this procurement is DO-C9. The provisions and clauses
  in the RFO and model contract are those in effect through FAC
  97-27. All qualified responsible sources may submit an offer
  which shall be considered by the agency. The anticipated release
  date of the RFO is on or about August 17, 2001, with an anticipated
  offer due date of on or about September 17, 2001. An ombudsman
  has been appointed -- See NASA Specific Note "B". The solicitation
  and any documents related to this procurement will be available
  over the Internet. These documents will be in Microsoft Office
  97 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/MSFC Business Opportunities
  home page is http://nais.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/EPS/bizops.cgi?gr=C&pin=62
  Prospective offerors shall notify this office of their intent
  to submit an offer. It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor
  the Internet site for the release of the solicitation and amendments
  (if any). Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the 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=62#8-1-1-T3-D2144-R1
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: penny.battles@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V298)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, P.O.
  Box 2946, Portland, OR 97208-2946
SUBJECT: R--REGIONAL FLOOD CONTROL STUDY
SOL W81THP-1218-6440
POC MS. Carol J. Marshall, Contract Specialist, (503) 808-4613
DESC: DESC: The Portland District proposes to contract with Hydrologic
  Modeling Inc., 13686 SE Linden Lane, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222,
  to perform a major regional flood control study per ESA and
  NEPA requirements. The flood control study is the VARQ EIS
  Study. Statutory Authority for other than full and open competition
  exists at 10 U.S.C. 2304 ( c ) (1) & FAR 6.302-1. Firms that
  recognize and can furnish the required services are encouraged
  to identify themselves to the Contracting Officer for consideration
  in future quotations. Please indicate business size when responding
  to this announcement. NAICS 54133
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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 Mobility Command, 89th
  CONS, = 1419 Menoher Drive, Andrews AFB, MD, 20762-6500
SUBJECT: R--ARMED SERVICES SECURITY PROTECTION (SUMMERFIELD MFH,
  = LANDOVER MD)
SOL FA4416-02--R-0003
DUE 092001
POC Jim Harris, Contract Specialist, Phone 301-981-1951, Fax
  = 301-981-1907, Email Jim.Harris@Andrews.af.mil - Grant Deborah,
  Contract = Specialist, Phone 301-981-1999, Fax 301-981-1907,
  Email = deborah.grant@andrews.af.mil
DESC: The 89th Contracting Squadron (89CONS), Andrews AFB Maryland,
  = anticipates issuing a solicitation and awarding a firm-fixed
  priced = contract to the Prince Georges County Police Department,
  Palmer Park = MD, to acquire armed protection and security
  services for the = Summerfield Military Family Housing community,
  Landover, MD, an = affiliate of the 89th Airlift Wing, Andrews
  AFB MD. As funds are not = presently available for this acquisition,
  the solicitation will be = issued under FAR clause 52.232-18
  -- Availability of Funds. Any = contract resulting from this
  acquisition will contain a basic year and = one annual option
  period. The NAIC is 561612 ($9.0). The = Service-Provider shall
  ensure that individuals patrolling the = Summerfield MFH area
  are fully certified and authorized to enforce = state, county
  and local laws or ordinances within the designated = area(s)
  and to make arrests as appropriate. Reports of arrests and
  = other criminal activities shall immediately be submitted
  to the 89th = Security Forces Squadron at Andrews AFB. This
  procurement shall be = made under the authority of USC 2304(c)(1)
  and FAR clause 6.302-1 -- = Only one responsible source and
  no other supplies or services will = satisfy agency requirements.
  89CONS anticipates issuing the = solicitation on or about 05
  September 2001, with anticipated award by = 30 September 2001
  and contract start on 01 October 2001.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AMC/89CONS/FA4416-02--R-0003/listing.ht=
  ml
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2D1)

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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 SERVICES DELIVERY ORDER
  FOR DIALOG-DATA STAR
SOL 01-DS-1
POC Deborah L. Burroughs, Contract Specialist
DESC: The Library of Congress intends to issue a delivery order
  against an existing Basic Ordering Agreement to renew a subscription
  with Dialog Corporation - Data-Star for the continued use and
  access of their database by Patent and Trademark Office, Scientific
  and Technical Information Center, Arlington, VA(PTTA). Data-Star
  a service of the Dialog Corporation, offers a wide range of
  services including: DataStar -- a collection of over 300 databases
  with a concentration in international business, medicine, healthcare,
  science, and technology. Over 50 of these databases are available
  only on the DataStar System. TradStat -- a worldwide trade
  statistics database, covering almost 90 percent of world trade.
  It provides official government import/export information on
  all reported commodities traded by Europe, U.S., Canada, South
  America, and the Far East. Focus -- a menu-driven system for
  end users unfamiliar with online searching. The Official Airline
  Guide (OAG) -- The world's largest provider of travel information
  including scheduled flight information, fares, seat availability,
  hotel details, etc. Online access is provided to other vendors,
  particularly FizTechnik, a European vendor specializing in
  engineering and industrial management information. 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:
  01-DS-1
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2I0)

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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 SERVICES DELIVERY ORDER
  FOR CAMBRIDGE SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACTS
SOL 01-SA-1
POC Charles Wilson, Contract Specialist
DESC: The Library of Congress intends to issue a delivery order
  modification against an existing Basic Ordering Agreement to
  allow for the continued access and use of a current subscription
  with Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Inc., by the U.S. Geological
  Survey, Reston, VA. (GISV). Cambridge Scientific Abstracts
  (CSA) is providing information on aquatic sciences, fisheries,
  and oceanography; biotechnology and other biological sciences;
  computer sciences and engineering; environment and pollution;
  genetics; materials science and engineering; microbiology,
  genetics, virology and zoology. Abstracts are derived from
  scientific conference papers, market research, information
  databases, electronic journals, MEDLINE, and other MEDLARS
  Service will be continued through September 30, 2001. 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: 01-SA-1.
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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 SERVICES DELIVERY ORDER
  FOR OVID TECHNOLOGIES
SOL 01-BR-1
POC Deborah L. Burroughs, Contract Specialist
DESC: The Library of Congress intends to issue a delivery order
  against an existing Basic Ordering Agreement to renew a subscription
  with OVID Technologies, Inc. for the continued use and access
  of their database by the U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA
  (GISV). OVID Technologies, Inc. Search/Colleague Service provides
  national and international access to over 150 databases with
  subject coverage of almost every major academic discipline.
  The heaviest concentration is in the areas of: Medicine, Biomedical
  Research, Education, Social Sciences/Humanities, Physical/Applied
  Sciences & Business. OVID provides current and historical information
  extracted from journals, books, government reports and dissertations.
  OVID Search text management and retrieval software offers a
  flexible method for bibliographic and full retrieval. OVID
  also provides "Evidence Based Medicine Reviews" (EBMR), consisting
  of Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and Best Evidence
  database, Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HAPI) and ATLA
  Religion Database. Service will be continued through September
  30, 2001. 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: 01-BR-1. 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  10 ABW/LGC, 8110 Industrial Drive Suite 200, USAF Academy,
  CO, 80840-2315
SUBJECT: R--OPERATION OF POSTAL SERVICE CENTER AND BASE MILITARY
  LOCATER
SOL F0561101RM502
DUE 030101
POC Mike Slocum, Contract Specialist, Phone (719)333-6081, Fax
  (719)333-4404, Email michael.slocum@usafa.af.mil
DESC: This solicitation is cancelled. It is anticipated that
  a new requirement will be posted in approximately 8 weeks.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/DRU/10ABWLGC/F0561101RM502/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Program Contracts Service Center (3803R), Environmental
  Protection Agency, Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue,
  NW, Washington, DC 20460
SUBJECT: R--PUBLISHING LEGAL MATERIALS/FORMAL OPINIONS FOR EPA'S
  ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS (E.A.D.), VOLUME 9
SOL RFQ-DC-01-00270
DUE 082801
POC Ms. Sharon D. Hargrove, Contracting Officer, 202-564-4764
DESC: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) intends
  to award a firm fixed price purchase order using the Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures of the Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) Part 13. This is a synopsis (RFQ-DC-01-00270) for services
  in accordance with FAR Subpart 13.1, as supplemented with additonal
  information included in this notice and the RFQ. STATEMENT
  OF WORK: SCOPE - Volume 9 is the ninth volume in a series of
  bound volumes of formal legal opinions issued by the Environmental
  Appeals Board (EAB) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
  These formal opinions contain numerous legal citations and
  footnotes. The contractor should have experience in publishing
  legal materials. The volume will total approximately 1100 pages
  in manuscript, consisting of the following: (1) Cover page;
  (2) Tables (approximately 40 pages); (3) Text pages (approximately
  1000 pages in Corel Word Perfect 8, consisting of the 27 formal
  opinions listed below); (4) Subject index (approximately 30
  pages).   The format of the text pages, tables, and subject
  index must exactly match the format of the previously published
  volumes in the series as to page layouts, fonts, type sizes,
  placement of materials on the printed page, etc. Copies of
  pages from a previously published volume are attached as examples
  of the required format.   Final Products  (1) Camera copy
  for volume 9 that meets U.S. Government Printing Office  requirements
  for duplication and binding   Page size: 6" x 9-1/6" (per
  sample) Font: Garamond Point size: Headings: 14 point Bold
   Text: 10 point Margins: Per sample  (2) Camera copy for
  the cover and spine of volume 9  (3) A PDF file for each
  of the 27 formal opinions that will appear in the volume, with
  pagination that is identical to the camera copy   (4) A duplicate
  set of the final page proofs of the text pages (described in
  Nature of Publication), with pagination identical to the final
  camera copy, that the EAB can send to a professional indexer
  for use in creating the tables and subject index for the volume.
    Publication Schedule  1. EAB will send Contractor the
  27 formal opinions (both in manuscript and  electronic files)
  that will comprise the text pages for the volume. Electronic
  files will be either in Corel Word Perfect 8.0 or PDF, at the
   Contractor's option.  2. Contractor will provide EAB with
  sample page proofs for several pages (so that the EAB can review
  the format) within five working days of receiving the text
  pages.  3. EAB will return the sample page proofs within three
  working days after receiving them.  4. Contractor will provide
  EAB with First Proofs of the text pages within 15 working
  days after OK of sample page proofs. 5. EAB will note corrections
  and revisions on First Proofs and will return the first Proofs
  within 10 working days after receiving them.  6. EAB will
  require the Contractor to revise up to several hundred case
  citations. EAB has noted a large percentage of these required
  revisions in pencil on the manuscript versions of the opinions
  but expects the Contractor to make these revisions on the electronic
  versions of the opinions. The EAB will be unable to mark all
  of the revisions until the final pagination of the volume is
  fixed, since the page references for these revisions will not
  be known until the final pagination of the volume is fixed.
  The Contractor may elect to make the revisions that EAB has
  already marked on the manuscript versions of the opinions before
  sending First Page Proofs to the EAB or may wait and make all
  of the revisions at the same time after the EAB has provided
  the remaining revised citations to the Contractor.  7. Contractor
  will provide Second Page Proofs within 10 working days after
  return of First Page Proofs. 8. Contractor will provide any
  Additional Proofs, as necessary, within 5 working days after
  return of previous page proofs. 9. Contractor will provide
  a duplicate set of the Final Page Proofs that the EAB can send
  to its professional legal indexer. (The first set of Final
  Page Proofs will be returned to the Contractor with the EAB's
  approval to create camera copy.)  10. EAB will send the Contractor
  the tables, and subject index (comprising approximately 70
  pages), both on disk and in manuscript, and the text of  the
  cover and spine, in manuscript, sometime after the EAB has
  approved Final Page Proofs of the text pages..  11. Contractor
  will send First Page Proofs of the spine, contents page, tables,
   and subject indexer to the EAB within 15 working days after
  receiving  them from the EAB, and will send any subsequent
  page proofs to the EAB within 10 working days of receiving
  the page proofs back from the EAB.   Special Instructions
    1. The contractor will make the following alterations to
  the electronic copy provided by the EAB:  (a) Add page headers,
  footers, and page numbers;  (b) Delete the cover page and
  the Certificate of Service (if included) for each opinion;
   (c) Begin each opinion at the top of a page; (d) Add the
  case title, appeal number, type of decision, and date at the
  beginning of each opinion, conforming to the format of the
  sample. 2. Paginate text pages beginning with 1 in the upper
  right hand corner, continue numbers in top outside corner of
  every page (per sample)  3. Left hand text pages have the
  header "ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS" 4. Right
  hand text pages have the case name in upper case as the header
   5. Volume number appears in all upper case letters as a footer
  on all pages 6. The 27 opinions to appear in the volume in
  the order of their date of issuance, with each new opinion
  starting at the top of a page.  7. The page formats, and all
  fonts and type sizes, to be identical to the samples provided
  by the EAB.  8. Page numbers in reference tables to be lower
  case Roman numerals (per sample). 9. Camera copy for the front
  cover and spine of the bound volume to match the  the sample
  exactly with regard to the type size and font, layout, and
  the size, style, and placement of the EPA seal. Horizontal
  bars on the spine must match the exact position of horizontal
  bars on the spines of the sample volume.   Formal opinions
  to be published in volume 9 Page count  1. Knauf Fiber Glass,
  GmbH, PSD Appeal Nos. 99-8 26 through 99-72 (Mar. 14, 2000)
   2. U.S. Department of Navy, (Kingsville Naval Station), 19
   TSCA Appeal No. 99-2 (Mar. 17, 2000)  3. E.I. Du Pont de
  Nemours and Co., 43 FIFRA Appeal No. 98-2 (Apr. 3, 2000) 
   4. BWX Technologies, Inc., RCRA (3008) 31 Appeal No. 97-5
  (Apr. 5, 2000)  5. Pepperell Associates, CWA Appeal Nos. 99-1
  51 & 99-2 (May 10, 2000)  6. Chempace Corp., FIFRA Appeal
  Nos. 99-2 & 99-3 38 (May 18, 2000)  7. Tifa Limited, FIFRA
  Appeal No. 99-5 (June 5, 2000) 29 8. Steel Dynamics, Inc.,
  PSD Appeal Nos. 99-4 & 99-5 112  (June 22, 2000)  9. Puna
  Geothermal Venture, UIC Appeal Nos. 99-2 53 through 99-5 (June
  27, 2000) 10. American Soda, LLP., UIC Appeal Nos. 00-1 31
   & 00-2 (June 30, 2000)  11. Spitzer Great Lakes Ltd., TSCA
  Appeal No. 99-3 30 (June 30, 2000)  12. Sultan Chemists,
  Inc., FIFRA Appeal No. 99-7 49 (Sept. 13, 2000)  13. Tennessee
  Valley Authority, CAA Docket No. 00-6 187  (Sept. 15, 2000)
   14. Rohm and Haas Co., RCRA Appeal No. 98-2 22 (Oct. 5,
  2000)  15. City of Phoenix, Arizona, NPDES Appeal No. 99-2
  27 (Nov. 1, 2000)  16. Rogers Corp., TSCA Appeal No. 98-1
  59 (Nov. 28, 2000)  17. Bil-Dry Corp., RCRA (3008) Appeal
  No. 98-4 61 (Jan. 18, 2001)  18. The Bullen Companies, Inc.,
  FIFRA Appeal No. 99-14 22 (Feb. 1, 2001)  19. Allegheny Power
  Service Corp., CAA Appeal No. 99-4 35 (Feb. 15, 2001)  20.
  Town of Ashland Wastewater Treatment Facility, 17 NPDES Appeal
  No. 00-15 (Feb. 23, 2001)  21. Microban Prod. Co., FIFRA Appeal
  No. 99-13 23 (Feb. 23, 2001)  22. Carlton, Inc., PSD Appeal
  No. 00-9 (Feb. 28, 2001) 6 23. DPL Energy, PSD Appeal No.
  01-02 (Mar. 13, 2001) 7 24. Zion Energy, L.L.C., PSD Appeal
  No. 01-01 13  (Mar. 27, 2001)  25. Tondu Energy Co., PSD
  Appeal Nos. 00-5 & 00-7 22  (March 28, 2001)  26. New England
  Plating Co., NPDES Appeal No. 00-7 20 (Mar. 29, 2001) 27.
  Steel Dynamics, Inc., PSD Appeal No. 01-03 (Apr. 23, 2001)
  35  For copies of the complete Request for Quotation, please
  Email the Contracting Officer at "hargrove.sharon@epa.gov".
  The Contracting Officer can also be reached at 202-564-4764.
  Quotes are due IN WRITING no later than 3:00p.m.(EST), 28 August
  2001. An original and one copy of all quotations should be
  delivered to the following address (fax/e-mail copies will
  not be accepted): U.S. EPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Mail
  Code 3803R, Washington, DC 20460 (Attn: Ms. Sharon Hargrove)HANDCARRY
  ADDRESS TO ---1300 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Bid and Proposal
  Room, 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20003 (Attn: Ms. Sharon Hargrove).

LINKURL: hargrove.sharon@epa.gov
LINKDESC: 
  ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS (E.A.D.), VOLUME 9
EMAILADD: hargrove.sharon@epa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: 95th Services Division Marketing, 95 SPTG/SVK, 36 N Wolfe
  Ave., Edwards Air Force Base, CA 93524-6745
SUBJECT: R--EDWARDS AFB--OPEN HOUSE & AIR SHOW!!
SOL AFSVK-AS-13-01!!
DUE 100501
POC Marianne A. Seals, Ph(661)277-3802, Fx(661)277-4547
DESC: Edwards Air Force Base Open House and Air Show  It's
  the 50th Anniversary of the Air Force Flight Test Center at
  Edwards AFB, and we'd like you to join in the celebration!
  This year's Open House and Air Show, "Forging Aerospace Power
  For America," is Oct. 20-21, and we anticipate an amazing weekend
  of daring aerial acts and displays of fascinating flight technology.
  Edwards AFB is where tomorrow's Air Force is tested, and we
  are extremely proud of this installation, its rich history,
  and the role it has in the advancement of aviation.  As part
  of the Open House and Air Show, the 95th Services Division
  is providing a Kids Korner, a first-time event with attractions
  and activities that are fun, informational, and contribute
  to the health and well-being of the youth attending our Air
  Show.  In addition to the fun activities of the Kids Korner,
  Dana Bowman, renowned skydiver and motivational speaker, will
  be signing autographs. Dana was a Special Forces soldier and
  a member of the U.S. Army's elite parachutist team, The Golden
  Knights, when a mid-air collision in 1994 cost him both of
  his legs. Nine months later, he turned his tragedy into triumph
  when he became the first amputee member of The Golden Knights,
  and the first to skydive with prosthetic legs into his reenlistment
  ceremony! We are excited to announce that Dana Bowman will
  open both days of our Air Show by parachuting in with the United
  States flag billowing behind him.  Also in the Kids Korner,
  Otto The Airshow Helicopter Clown will sign "Otto-graphs" after
  his fun and entertaining aerial acts, where he plays with a
  75 lb. Yo Yo and has a bubblegum blowing contest with the kids.
   The Kids Korner promises to be a very special part of the
  Open House and Air Show, and so that you may share in this
  endeavor, we invite you to partner with us in providing this
  event.  Sponsorship is an essential element for the success
  of this program, and in our efforts to make the Kids Korner
  completely free to the public, we are requesting your company's
  support. As a return on your investment, your company will
  receive extensive sponsor recognition, along with additional
  exciting sponsor benefits.  I hope you will take advantage
  of this opportunity to benefit your company, and at the same
  time benefit the many children that attend our Open House and
  Air Show. Please consider supporting our Kids Korner, and feel
  free to contact me so that we may make arrangements for your
  participation. Sponsor exposure, with varying sponsorship levels,
  may include name/logo recognition, brochures, media coverage,
  feature articles, photo opportunities, posters, and will be
  prominently acknowledged throughout the event. All offers will
  be considered. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept offers
  for sponsorships from any contractor, including their affiliates'
  (division, business groups, subsidiaries, etc.) subcontract
  arrangements, teaming partners and joint venture partners who
  are currently participating in, or who intend to participate
  in, any solicitation issued by the Air Force Flight Test Center
  (AFFTC), or will involve AFFTC requirements of $100,000 or
  more. If your company meets these criteria, we request that
  you do not submit a sponsorship offer thereby eliminating the
  need for rejection by the Government. More than one sponsor
  may be accepted and additives will be considered. Requests
  for copies of this solicitation must be received no later than
  October 5, 2001. This is a solicitation for commercial sponsorship
  by a nonappropriated fund instrumentality of the United States
  Government. It does not obligate appropriated funds of the
  government. For more information or sponsorship opportunities,
  contact Marianne A. Seals at (661) 277-3802 or E-mail address:
  Marianne.Seals@edwards.af.mil***** 
LINKURL: http://ehpdesign.edwards.af.mil/oh_2001/docs_html/sponsorship.html
LINKDESC: 
  Open House & Air Show
EMAILADD: Marianne.Seals@edwards.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Contracting Officer (90C), VA Medical Center, 508 Fulton
  Street, Durham, NC 27705
SUBJECT: R--MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
SOL 558-09-02
DUE 092401
POC Helen B. Warren 919-286-6920
DESC: Contractor is needed at this facility for transcription
  service of medical material and documents. Contractor will
  be required to furnish all necessary labor, equipment, and
  materials for the transcription of documents which includes
  a high incidence of technical terminology and requires a knowledge
  of speciality vocabulary pecuilar to a wide variety of speciality
  services, e.g., anesthesiology, psychiatry, cardiology, gastroenterology,
  neurosurgery, spinal cord injury, endocrinology, opthalmology,
  etc. Material is dictated by staff members and many different
  physicians of many different nationality thus requiring adaptation
  to variations in speech, tone, voice, delivery ronuciation
  and enuciation. Contractor must provide all transcription equipment
  compatible with the Sudbury RTAS iVoice Dictation System. Installation,
  maintenance, and/or repair of contractor furnished equipment
  will be the sole responsibility of the Contractor. The Contractor
  will provide technical support for any equipment and software
  should any problems develop. The Contractor shall furnish all
  telephone lines as necessary, all long distance charges incurred
  while receiving dictated reports and during transmission of
  reports to this facility. Contractor will provide telephone
  access for transmission of data directly into VISTA through
  a dedicated modem following upload protocols. All expenses
  for transmitting, receiving and returning this work to this
  facility within 1 workday of assignment will be the sole responsibility
  of the Contractor. Bidding material will be available on or
  about 8/24/01 by written request only. Request maybefaxed to
  919-286-6819. No telephone request will be accepted. See numbered
  note 1. NAICS code 561410. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Z6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Federal Law Enforcement Training
  Center (FLETC), Procurement Division, PRO-BLD 93, Glync o,
  GA, 31524
SUBJECT: R--REVIEW/REVISE REFUGE OFFICER BASIC SCHOOL CURRICULUM
  & TEXTBOOKS
SOL RFQ01000097
DUE 081701
POC Cynthia Doster, Contract Specialist, Phone (912) 267-2886,
  Fax (912) 267-3132, Email cdoster@fletc.treas.gov - Lucy Richardson,
  Contract Specialist, Phone 912-267-2302, Email lrichard@fletc.treas.gov
DESC: The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and the Fish
  and Wildlife Service (a Partnering Agency) has an established
  requirement for the correction and revision of course materials,
  curriculum, new textbooks, etc. for the Refuge Office Basi
  c School (ROBS). The objectives are (1) Review and revise the
  existing ROBS curriculum to address the changing environment
  of refuge law enforcement; (2) Review and rewrite as needed
  refuge law enforcement textbooks; (3) Develop and write as
  neede d new textbooks for the ROBS; (4) Review the field training
  programs of various natural resource agencies and other law
  enf orcement agencies and develop a field training program
  for the National Wildlife Refuge System law enforcement program.
  To assist prospective vendors in determining interest and capability,
  the evaluation criteria are outlined briefly as follows: (1)
  The contractor shall have a comprehensive knowledge of enforcement
  of Federal natural resource laws; (2) The contractor must have
  experience in teaching basic law enforcement courses at the
  Federal level; (3) The contractor must have experienc e and
  skills in the development of natural resource law enforcement
  courses at the Federal Level; (4) The contractor must h ave
  a working knowledge of the mission and administration of the
  National Wildlife Refuge System and the National Wildlife R
  efuge System law enforcement program. The RFQ will be ready
  for release on or about August 7, 2001. Vendors are encouraged
  to download the RFQ from the FedBizOps website at http://www.eps.gov/spg/TREAS/FLETC/PDDC20229/postdate_1.html.
  Requests f or copies to be mailed or faxed must be in writing.
  Verbal requests for a copy of the RFQ will not be honored.
  Note 1 appl icable.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/TREAS/FLETC/PDDC20229/RFQ01000097/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (A-229 SN50V328)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: WR-ALC/LBKB, 265 Ocmulgee Ct, Robins Air Force Base,
  GA 31098-1647
SUBJECT: R--AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SERVICES (ASES), C-130
  & C-141 AIRCRAFT
SOL N/A
DUE 090301
POC Capt. Patrick Bowar, 478-926-6579
DESC: Commere Business Daily Submission Numbers 50V0E9 & 50V0D5
  are hereby modified to incorporate the following:  Market
  Research information shall be e-mailed to Capt. Bowar prior
  to 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Savings time 03 Sep 01.   E-mail
  address: Patrick.Bowar@robins.af.mil   
EMAILADD: Patrick.Bowar@robins.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V332)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Acquisitions Management Operations Branch, NIAID, 6700-B
  Rockledge Drive, Room 1130, Bethesda, MD 20892-7605
SUBJECT: R--CLINICAL MONITORING AND OVERSIGHT FOR THE VACCINE
  RESEARCH CENTER
SOL NIAID-VRC-01-59
DUE 120301
POC Barbara Welsh, 301-496-3878 Contract Specialist, Karin E.
  Eddy 301-496-3878, Contracting Officer
DESC:  The Vaccine Research Center of the National Institute
  of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has a requirement for monitoring
  and clinical oversight services for approximately 10-12 Investigational
  New Drug Applications (IND) encompassing up to 20 clinical
  trials of vaccine products per year. Support will include but
  not be limited to: IND preparation, clinical site monitoring,
  and logistical support for the clinical program. This support
  will be supplied in accordance with regulatory guidance and
  requirements provided by the FDA, NIH and other regulatory
  agencies. Clinical trials conducted by the VRC will involve
  up to approximately 200 new volunteers per year. The vaccine
  strategies will include the use of a variety of biological
  agents including but not limited to genetically engineered
  or virus-derived agents. Understanding regulatory guidelines
  for dealing with regulatory concerns and handling requirements
  for biological agents is an important consideration. This requirement
  also calls for interaction and cooperation with other VRC supported
  contracts. In order to assure timely and accurate submission
  of information to the FDA, and monitoring of ongoing clinical
  studies to ensure regulatory compliance, contractors must have
  the capacity to attend meetings at the VRC facility as needed
  on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The RFP is divided
  into PARTS I, II and III. PART I and PART II constitute distinct
  and discrete services that cannot be shared by a single Contractor.
  PART III should be able to be performed by Both PART I and
  PART II Contractors. It is expected that multiple cost reimbursement,
  completion type contracts using work assignments will be awarded
  for this requirement. This is a full and open requirement.
    The RFP will be available on or about October 15, 2001.
  All requests MUST be in writing to Barbara Welsh, Contract
  Specialist, 6700 B Rockledge Drive, Room 1129, MSC 7605, Bethesda,
  MD 20892-7605. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V336)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: National Park Service, Golden Gate National Recreation
  Area, Contracting Office, Building 201, Fort Mason, San Francisco,
  CA 94123
SUBJECT: R--PROCESSING THE BACKLOG OF UNPROCESSED RECORDS FOR
  SAN FRANCISCO MARITIME NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
SOL Q8520010029
POC Kathleen Spinetti (415) 561-4792
DESC: DESC: The National Park Service, San Francisco Maritime
  National Historical Park, has identified a requirement for
  an Archivist, Archival Specialist, or Archival Technician to
  provide Backlog Cataloging Services to the San Francisco Maritime
  National Historical Park. This project is the first phase of
  a multi-phase project to process the Park's backlog of records
  into the NPS ANCS+ Archives Module. This phase will gain intellectual
  and physical control of unique archival material documenting
  the Park's administrative history and resource management needed
  for current and ongoing Park research projects. Phase I will
  involve the processing of approximately 140 linear feet (227,000
  items) of records. THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET ASIDE FOR SMALL
  BISINESSES. The Request for Quote (RFQ) Q8520010029 will be
  available o/a August 20, 2001 at http://IDEASec.nbc.gov. The
  applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
  Code is 541990. Submission date for offers will be approximately
  September 6, 2001; refer to the Request for Quote for the actual
  date. 
LINKURL: http://ideasec.nbc.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kathy_spinetti@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN50V358)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory,
  72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH 03755-1290
SUBJECT: R--CENTRALIZED LIBRARY RESEARCH SERVICES
SOL 01-008
DUE 082301
POC CHRISTINE L. MARTINSON, (603) 646-4244/Contract Specialist
DESC: Notice is provided of the intention for the U. S. Army
  Engineer Research and Development Center/Cold Regions Research
  and Engineering Laboratory (USA ERDC/CRREL) to issue a sole
  source, firm fixed-price contract for commercial items with
  NELINET of Southborough, MA under the authority of 10 U.S.C.
  2304 (c ) (1). This contract will be for research library services
  that include, but are not limited to, obtaining library documents,
  photocopies, printed copies, periodicals, journals and other
  library services needed for ERDC/CRREL research.
EMAILADD: Christine.L.Martinson@erdc.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-229 SN50V366)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service,
  Procurement Operations Branch, MS2500, 381 Elden Street, Herndon,
  Virginia 20170-4817
SUBJECT: R--GRANTS ANALYST REGION I
SOL 0401RP84826
DUE 083101
POC Anna DeGurse 703-787-1387 FAX or anna.degurse@mms.gov
DESC: This requirement is being issued by GovWorks under the
  franchise authority of the Department of the Interior (DOI)
  on behalf of the African Development Foundation (ADF). GovWorks/DOI
  intends to issue a Purchase Order using Commercial Item Procedures
  (FAR 12.6) for ADF. All offerors must be able to qualify under
  the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code
  541219 (Other Accounting Services) size standard $6.0M. 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. The following
  provisions and clauses apply to the acquisition: 1) 52.212-1,
  Instruction to Offerors-Commercial (Oct 2000); 2) 52.212-2,
  Evaluation-Commercial Items (JAN 1999); 3) 52.212-3, Offeror
  representations and Certifications-Commercial Items (MAY 2001);
  4) 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items
  (MAY 201); and 5) 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items
  (MAY 2001). OVERVIEW: The African Development Foundation (ADF)
  is seeking a highly qualified individual to serve as a Grants
  Analyst under a six (6) month purchase order. Bilingual (French/English)
  skills are required. Statement of Work: The Contractor will
  provide assistance to the Director of the Office of Program
  and Field Operations, Region I (OPFO I), and the Country Program
  Officers (CPOs) for Benin, Cape Verde, Mali, and Senegal to
  manage the field offices and project portfolios in those countries.
  The tasks detailed within will be performed under the direction
  and guidance of the Director/OPFO I. Grant Management: Receive
  disbursement requests from grantees and Country Liaison Officers
  (CLOs) of the assigned region; review requests to ensure grant
  compliance and that monies requested are allowable amounts
  as reflected in the budget and are consistent with the project
  implementation plan. Ensure that valid bank letters are on
  file, that bank information is complete and entered in the
  ADF Grants Database, that required bookkeeping training has
  been provided, that grantee financial reports are current,
  and that all information needed for the requests are properly
  entered in the ADF Grants Database. Draft disbursement authorization
  memoranda for the Regional Director's (RD) approval. Forward
  disbursement requests to the Office of Budget and Finance (OBFA)
  for processing; fax disbursement instructions to New York Bay
  upon approval by OBFA. Track disbursements made by the Foundation
  to verify receipt by the intended beneficiaries. Review and
  analyze grantee and CLO financial and activity reports (including
  office staff site/visit reports), determine whether funds have
  been expended in accordance with grant provisions (noting any
  non-compliance with Cooperative Agreement/Grant/Technical Assistance
  Agreements). Monitor whether activities reported in progress
  reports realistically correspond with information provided
  in the financial statements, as well as with grant implementation
  plans and CLO work plans. Maintain a tracking chart for submission
  of financial and activity/performance reports for CLO and development
  grants and new proposals. Work with Financial Officers (FOs)
  to maintain tracking charts of grant reinvestment contributions.
  Summarize and present report analyses and findings to the RD/CPO
  with any recommendations for action. Maintain a Project Status
  Report summary, and update the Project Status Report for grant
  review presentation two months after each four-month grant
  reporting period. Analyze requests for grant amendments and
  budget shifts, and prepare the necessary documentation for
  action by the RD. Identify grants due to expire within four
  months. Conduct a review of the files to determine if there
  are any issues that need to be considered in preparation for
  grant closeout. Inform the RD/CPO for the projected grant expiration
  dates. Follow up with field staff to ensure resolution of audit
  findings and follow-up actions. Establish and maintain current
  country project lists and financial spreadsheets. Ensure accuracy
  of and enter required financial and program information for
  Region I projects into the ADF database with field reports
  and source documents. Identify and obtain it from the field
  for entry into the grants database for OPFO I. Assist in reviewing
  and assuring the operational use of the grants database for
  OPFO I. Ensure that required project documentation submitted
  by the field is properly filed in the central project files.
  Project Development: Assist the Director and Regional Managers
  to verify project budgets; review and analyze supporting documentation,
  technical studies and implementation plans; and provide assessments
  of the same as assigned. Assist the Director and Regional Managers
  to conduct analyses of production and cost projections that
  indicate the project's economic feasibility, as well as cost
  flow projections during and after project funding, using Excel
  spreadsheets. CLO Management: Analyze field office budget and
  mid-year budget review submissions against ADF policy and country
  plans, and present the analyses to the RM/RD for action. Collaborate
  with ADF's finance office to assure accurate charging of third
  party purchases and disbursements. Maintain field personnel
  files, compensation charts, and leave records for each country
  in the region. The contractor may be assigned additional special
  tasks as needed to meet the priorities of the Regional Director.
  Reporting: Weekly activity reports will be submitted to the
  Regional Director, indicating activities performed during the
  week, any significant management issues, plans for the following
  week, and any other news/issues of note from the field. Qualifications:
  1) Financial record-keeping and analysis experience; 2) Excel/Access
  proficiency; 3) Detail-oriented individual; 4) Meets deadlines
  and works well under pressure; 5) Team player; 6) Budget formulation/management;
  7) Grants management; and 8) Basic financial/accounting analysis.
  Period of Performance: The period of this contract shall be
  six months from contract award. The contractor shall work for
  the Region I/OPFO five (5) days per week, Monday through Friday,
  exclusive of official federal holidays. Place of performance:
  1400 Eye Street, Washington, D.C. Cost: The firm fixed price
  of this contract, exclusive of travel and per diem, is $_______
  at a rate of $_______ per hour. The contractor shall not be
  paid per diem through this contract. EVALUATION CRITERIA: Each
  offeror's proposal will be evaluated according to the factors
  shown below. Factor A is more important than Factors B. Sub-factors
  listed under each factor are of equal importance to each other.
  A. Past Performance; (to be ascertained by reference checks):
  1) The offeror's successful prior experience working for a
  federal agency. 2) The offeror's history of successful completion
  of similar projects and history of providing high-quality products
  and services; 3) The offeror's history of delivering the product
  on schedule; 4) The offeror's ability and responsiveness to
  solving problems without assistance. B. Personnel Qualifications.
  1) Financial record keeping and analysis experience; 2) Excel/Access
  proficiency; 3) Detail-oriented individual; 4) Meets deadlines
  and works well under pressure; 5) Team player; 6) Budget formulation/management;
  7) Grants management; and 8) Basic financial/accounting analysis.
  2) Contract Award Contract award shall be made to the responsible
  offeror whose offer(s), in conforming to this RFP, provides
  an overall best value to the Government, past performance,
  personnel qualifications and cost considered. The Government's
  objective is to receive the highest quality contractor possible,
  at a realistic and reasonable cost. Past performance and personnel
  qualification evaluation factors are more important than cost,
  however, between proposals that are evaluated as equal in quality,
  cost will become a major consideration in selection the successful
  offeror(s). HOW TO RESPOND: Send five (5) copies of your proposal
  (one with cost) to Anna DeGurse, Minerals Management Service,
  381 Elden Street, MS 2510, Herndon, VA 20170 by no later than
  5:00 PM EST, Friday, August 31, 2001. Questions may be faxed
  703-787-1387 or emailed anna.degurse@mms.gov ONLY.    
EMAILADD: anna.degurse@mms.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3E0)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services
OFFADD: Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service,
  Procurement Operations Branch, MS2500, 381 Elden Street, Herndon,
  Virginia 20170-4817
SUBJECT: R--GRANTS ANALYST REGION III
SOL 0401RP84823
DUE 083101
POC Anna DeGurse 703-787-1387 FAX or anna.degurse@mms.gov
DESC: This requirement is being issued by GovWorks under the
  franchise authority of the Department of the Interior (DOI)
  on behalf of the African Development Foundation (ADF). GovWorks/DOI
  intends to issue a Purchase Order using Commercial Item Procedures
  (FAR 12.6) for ADF. All offerors must be able to qualify under
  the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code
  541219 (Other Accounting Services) size standard $6.0M. 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. The following
  provisions and clauses apply to the acquisition: 1) 52.212-1,
  Instruction to Offerors-Commercial (Oct 2000); 2) 52.212-2,
  Evaluation-Commercial Items (JAN 1999); 3) 52.212-3, Offeror
  representations and Certifications-Commercial Items (MAY 2001);
  4) 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items
  (MAY 201); and 5) 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items
  (MAY 2001). OVERVIEW: The African Development Foundation (ADF)
  is seeking a highly qualified individual to serve as a Grants
  Analyst under a six (6) month purchase order. Statement of
  Work: The Contractor will provide assistance to the Director
  of the Office of Program and Field Operations, Region III (OPFO
  III), and the Country Program Officers (CPOs) for Botswana,
  Lesotho, Namibia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe to manage the field
  offices and project portfolios in those countries. The tasks
  detailed within will be performed under the direction and guidance
  of the Director/OPFO III. Grant Management: Receive disbursement
  requests from grantees and Country Liaison Officers (CLOs)
  of the assigned region; review requests to ensure grant compliance
  and that monies requested are allowable amounts as reflected
  in the budget and are consistent with the project implementation
  plan. Ensure that valid bank letters are on file, that bank
  information is complete and entered in the ADF Grants Database,
  that required bookkeeping training has been provided, that
  grantee financial reports are current, and that all information
  needed for the requests are properly entered in the ADF Grants
  Database. Draft disbursement authorization memoranda for the
  Regional Director's (RD) approval. Forward disbursement requests
  to the Office of Budget and Finance (OBFA) for processing;
  fax disbursement instructions to New York Bay upon approval
  by OBFA. Track disbursements made by the Foundation to verify
  receipt by the intended beneficiaries. Review and analyze grantee
  and CLO financial and activity reports (including office staff
  site/visit reports), determine whether funds have been expended
  in accordance with grant provisions (noting any non-compliance
  with Cooperative Agreement/Grant/Technical Assistance Agreements).
  Monitor whether activities reported in progress reports realistically
  correspond with information provided in the financial statements,
  as well as with grant implementation plans and CLO work plans.
  Maintain a tracking chart for submission of financial and activity/performance
  reports for CLO and development grants and new proposals. Work
  with Financial Officers (FOs) to maintain tracking charts of
  grant reinvestment contributions. Summarize and present report
  analyses and findings to the RD/CPO with any recommendations
  for action. Maintain a Project Status Report summary, and update
  the Project Status Report for grant review presentation two
  months after each four-month grant reporting period. Analyze
  requests for grant amendments and budget shifts, and prepare
  the necessary documentation for action by the RD. Identify
  grants due to expire within four months. Conduct a review of
  the files to determine if there are any issues that need to
  be considered in preparation for grant closeout. Inform the
  RD/CPO for the projected grant expiration dates. Follow up
  with field staff to ensure resolution of audit findings and
  follow-up actions. Establish and maintain current country project
  lists and financial spreadsheets. Ensure accuracy of and enter
  required financial and program information for Region I projects
  into the ADF database with field reports and source documents.
  Identify and obtain it from the field for entry into the grants
  database for OPFO III. Assist in reviewing and assuring the
  operational use of the grants database for OPFO III. Ensure
  that required project documentation submitted by the field
  is properly filed in the central project files. Project Development:
  Assist the Director and Regional Managers to verify project
  budgets; review and analyze supporting documentation, technical
  studies and implementation plans; and provide assessments of
  the same as assigned. Assist the Director and Regional Managers
  to conduct analyses of production and cost projections that
  indicate the project's economic feasibility, as well as cost
  flow projections during and after project funding, using Excel
  spreadsheets. CLO Management: Analyze field office budget and
  mid-year budget review submissions against ADF policy and country
  plans, and present the analyses to the RM/RD for action. Collaborate
  with ADF's finance office to assure accurate charging of third
  party purchases and disbursements. Maintain field personnel
  files, compensation charts, and leave records for each country
  in the region. The contractor may be assigned additional special
  tasks as needed to meet the priorities of the Regional Director.
  Reporting: Weekly activity reports will be submitted to the
  Regional Director, indicating activities performed during the
  week, any significant management issues, plans for the following
  week, and any other news/issues of note from the field. Qualifications:
  1) Financial record-keeping and analysis experience; 2) Excel/Access
  proficiency; 3) Detail-oriented individual; 4) Meets deadlines
  and works well under pressure; 5) Team player; 6) Budget formulation/management;
  7) Grants management; and 8) Basic financial/accounting analysis.
  Period of Performance: The period of this contract shall be
  six months from contract award. The contractor shall work for
  the Region III/OPFO five (5) days per week, Monday through
  Friday, exclusive of official federal holidays. Place of performance:
  1400 Eye Street, Washington, D.C. Cost: The firm fixed price
  of this contract, exclusive of travel and per diem, is $_______
  at a rate of $_______ per hour. The contractor shall not be
  paid per diem through this contract. EVALUATION CRITERIA: Each
  offeror's proposal will be evaluated according to the factors
  shown below. Factor A is more important than Factors B. Sub-factors
  listed under each factor are of equal importance to each other.
  A. Past Performance; (to be ascertained by reference checks):
  1) The offeror's successful prior experience working for a
  federal agency. 2) The offeror's history of successful completion
  of similar projects and history of providing high-quality products
  and services; 3) The offeror's history of delivering the product
  on schedule; 4) The offeror's ability and responsiveness to
  solving problems without assistance. B. Personnel Qualifications.
  1) Financial record keeping and analysis experience; 2) Excel/Access
  proficiency; 3) Detail-oriented individual; 4) Meets deadlines
  and works well under pressure; 5) Team player; 6) Budget formulation/management;
  7) Grants management; and 8) Basic financial/accounting analysis.
  Contract Award Contract award shall be made to the responsible
  offeror whose offer(s), in conforming to this RFP, provides
  an overall best value to the Government, past performance,
  personnel qualifications and cost considered. The Government's
  objective is to receive the highest quality contractor possible,
  at a realistic and reasonable cost. Past performance and personnel
  qualification evaluation factors are more important than cost;
  however, between proposals that are evaluated as equal in quality,
  cost will become a major consideration in selection the successful
  offeror(s). HOW TO RESPOND: Send five (5) copies of your proposal
  (one with cost) to Anna DeGurse, Minerals Management Service,
  381 Elden Street, MS 2510, Herndon, VA 20170 by no later than
  5:00 PM EST, Friday, August 31, 2001. Questions may be faxed
  703-787-1387 or emailed anna.degurse@mms.gov ONLY.    
EMAILADD: anna.degurse@mms.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3E9)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: R--Professional, Administrative and Management Support
  Services--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: INL/RM/MS, Department Of State, 2430 E Street NW, SA-44
  South Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20520
SUBJECT: R--PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT WITH U.S. CITIZEN, PROJECTS
  MANAGER
SOL PSC-01-025 (INL)
DUE 091701
POC POC: Barbra Postell FAX: 202-776-8686
DESC: You have received this "Personal Services Contractor (PSC)"
  solicitation through the Department of State (DOS) Internet
  site. If you have any questions regarding this PSC you may
  contact the DOS Official named in the cover letter of this
  solicitation. If you are not using Word 97 to view this document,
  you will have to save the document in the format of the word
  processor that you are using in order to view and print any
  standard forms. The number of pages contained in this electronic
  copy may not exactly correspond to the hard paper copy, although
  generally all the information is contained herein. DOS is not
  responsible for any data/text that may not be received when
  retrieving this document electronically. If the recipient does
  not notify the contact person that they have obtained this
  document then any amendments to the document may not be available
  to the recipients. Amendments to solicitation documents generally
  contain information critical to the submission of an application.
    Projects Manager ISSUANCE DATE: August 17, 2001  CLOSING
  DATE: September 17, 2001  SOLICITATION NUMBER: PSC-01-025
  (INL) Gentlemen/Ladies:  SUBJECT: Solicitation for Personal
  Services Contractor (PSC)  Department of State, International
  Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Office of Aviation,
  Patrick AFB, Florida, Projects Manager The United States Government,
  represented by the Department of State, is seeking proposals
  (Standard Form 171's or OF 612's) from U.S. citizens interested
  in providing the PSC services described in the attached. 
  Submissions shall be in accordance with the attached information
  at the place and time specified. Any questions may be directed
  to Barbra Postell, Contract Specialist, INL/RM/MS, DOS, who
  may be reached at FAX No. (202) 776-8686 or E-Mail postellbj@state.gov.
  All applications shall be submitted by facsimile or e-mail
  and originals sent via mail. If sent via courier to:  Barbra
  Postell, INL/RM/RM, Navy Hill South Department of State 2430
  E. Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20520  And a copy to: 
  INL/Airwing 1038 South Patrick Drive Hanger 985 PAFB, FL
  32925 ATTN: Paul O'Sullivan/Steve Harris   Late applications
  shall not be accepted, unless there was a mishandling once
  received in DOS.  Along with the SF171 or OF 612, applicants
  shall provide CV and three written references including contact
  information. Applicants are also requested to provide their
  full mailing address (fax, telephone and/or e-mail where applicable).
   Applicants should retain for their records copies of all
  enclosures which accompany their proposals. Please reference
  the number of this solicitation when sending your application.
  Any submissions made via e-mail must be in Word 97 or equivalent.
   Sincerely,  Barbra J. Postell  Projects Manager  1. SOLICITATION
  NUMBER: PSC-01-025 (INL)  2. ISSUANCE DATE: August 17, 2001
   3. CLOSING DATE/TIME SPECIFIED September 17, 2001  FOR RECEIPT
  OF APPLICATIONS: 05:00 PM local time  4. POSITION TITLE: Projects
  Manager  5. YEAR 2001 MARKET VALUE: GS-11 - GS-13 (estimated
  at $43,326-$80,279). The year 2001 pay comparability increase
  will apply.  6. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: November 2001 November
  2002 7. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Patrick Air Force Base, FL 
   8. JOB DESCRIPTION: See below  STATEMENT OF WORK  I. BACKGROUND
    A. STATEMENT OF DUTIES  1. GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE PURPOSE
  OF THIS CONTRACT AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONTRACTOR 
  BACKGROUND: This position is located in the Department of State,
  Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs,
  Office of Aviation, Patrick Air Force Base.   PURPOSE: The
  purpose of this personal services contract position is to serve
  as the Projects Manager for several acquisition initiatives
  associated with emergency supplemental appropriations, primarily
  the K-MAX helicopter program and the fielding of up to 30 Huey-II
  helicopters for the Colombian Army counter narcotics aviation
  units.   II. Scope of Work:  The Contractor shall:  Develop,
  coordinate, organize, implement, and oversee a comprehensive
  acquisition/fielding/sustainment program for the K-MAX and
  COLAR Huey-II aircraft systems.  Perform program integration
  function to ensure successful aircraft acquisition, pilot and
  mechanic training, and deployment of aircraft.  Ensure that
  K-MAX and Huey-II helicopter instruction provided to DOS flight
  instructors/standardization flight instructors, contractor
  standardization instructor pilots, and host nation standardization
  instructor pilots is in accordance with the DOS INL Office
  of Aviation flight standardization program. Training includes
  instruction in DOS flight operating rules, use of the Guide
  to Aviation Training and Standardization, use of the Aircrew
  Training Manual (ATM), and standardization program management.
    Review and recommend establishment of formal courses of
  instruction, training aids, training programs, training standards,
  training directives and related material to support the K-MAX/Huey-II
  Standardization Program. Through the contractor, ensure that
  training programs maximize utilization of training facilities,
  adherence to training standards and avoid duplication of training
  effort.  Collect, review, and evaluate data on rotary wing
  tactics, techniques, and the employment of the K-MAX/Huey-II
  aircraft systems as they relate to support of the counter narcotics
  mission of the Office of Aviation. Maintain liaison with U.S.
  Department of Defense, Department of State, Narcotics Affairs
  Section (NAS), other government agencies, and the U.S. Federal
  Aviation Administration to keep abreast of current policies,
  procedures, and rules that pertain to the Office of Aviation
  training and standardization program as they relate to these
  aircraft projects.  Perform contract oversight of K-MAX/Huey-II
  aircraft systems, to include acquisition, stocking and shipping
  of repair parts and related components to Office of Aviation
  facilities both CONUS and OCONUS. Ensure pilots and mechanics
  conform to the standards of the DOS Maintenance/Quality Control/Material
  Support Plans.  Prepare periodic contractor performance reports
  for the Contracting Officer's Representative.  Perform staff
  functions associated with establishment and implementation
  of plans for all aspects of the acquisition, operation, maintenance,
  and logistical sustainment of the various aircraft in their
  respective overseas locations.  III. Desired Qualifications:
    Extensive experience in project management related to aircraft
  systems in either a military or civil aviation organization.
    Knowledge of project/program management procedures and techniques
  in a large complex aviation program.  General knowledge of
  Aviation Aircrew Training and Standardization Programs, to
  include operating directives, training and standardization
  publications, aircrew training manuals, and related documents.
    Knowledge of U.S. Federal Aviation Administration regulations,
  including but not limited to FAR Part 1, 61, 67, 91, 135, 137,
  141, 143, and 830.  Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations
  and experience in working with contracts is highly desirable.
    Knowledge of tactical employment of rotary wing aircraft
  in a counter-narcotics operation, including capabilities, limitations
  and techniques of employment of Office of Aviation aircraft.
  Experience as a flight instructor and/or standardization instructor
  pilot in the training and standardization of rotary wing pilots
  within a formal aircrew training program is desirable.  Knowledge
  of and experience in the formulation of plans and policies
  pertaining to operations and until level flight training activities.
  Should have basic knowledge of command communications, government
  intelligence procedures, and Department of State flight operations
  procedures.  Certification as a U.S. FAA Commercial Pilot
  with Rotorcraft, Helicopter Instrument rating required as a
  minimum.  Ability to communicate effectively, both orally
  and in writing.  Knowledge of the Spanish language is highly
  desirable.  Knowledge of and skill in operation of desktop
  computer based word processing systems.   IV. Selection
  Criteria:  Applicants who meet the qualification requirements
  will be further evaluated to determine the extent to which
  their qualifications indicate that they possess the knowledge,
  skills, abilities and other characteristics described below.
    Factor 1. (Contract Oversight). Offeror's ability to: a.
  Develop, coordinate, organize, implement, and oversee a comprehensive
  acquisition/fielding/sustainment program for fixed and rotary
  wing aircraft systems; b. Perform contract oversight of aircraft
  systems, to include acquisition, stocking, and shipping of
  repair parts and related components to facilities at both CONUS
  and OCONUS sites; c. Ensure that pilots and mechanics conform
  to the standards of the established Maintenance/Quality Control/Material
  Support Plans.  Factor 2. (Program Integration). Offeror's
  ability to: a. Perform program integration function to ensure
  successful aircraft acquisition, pilot and mechanic training,
  and deployment of the aircraft; b. Ensure that flight instruction
  provided is in accordance with the approved flight standardization
  program; c. Review and recommend establishment of formal courses
  of instruction, training aid, training programs, training standards,
  training directives, and related material to support aircraft
  standardization programs. d. Collect, reviews, and evaluates
  data on rotary wing tactics, techniques, and the employment
  of the various aircraft systems as they relate to support of
  the aviation counter-narcotics mission. e. Maintain liaison
  with the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of State, Narcotics
  Affairs Section (NAS), other U.S. Government agencies, and
  the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to keep abreast of
  current policies, procedures, and rules that pertain to training
  and standardization programs.  Factor 3. (Staff Functions).
  Offeror's ability to: a. Prepare periodic contractor performance
  reports for the Contracting Officer's Representative. b. Perform
  staff functions associated with the establishment and implementation
  of plans for all aspects of the acquisition, operation, maintenance,
  and logistical sustainment of multiple aircraft in four countries.
    Factor 4. (Experience/Past Performance). Offeror's previous
  experience and quality performance. (Evaluator may use all
  evaluation information available at the time of the evaluation,
  whether provided by the applicant or obtained from references).
     V. Compensation:  Compensation for the position will
  be negotiated as follows: level of experience will dictate
  the salary level within the grade range. Entry-level salary
  will normally be at the first step of the grade range for the
  position. However, consideration will be given to the successful
  applicant's experience that is specifically relevant to the
  position to be filled. Number of years of relevant experience
  will determine at what step within the grade range the successful
  applicant will be compensated.  VI. AS A MATTER OF POLICY,
  AND AS APPROPRIATE UNLESS THE PSC IS A RESIDENT-HIRE, A PSC
  IS NORMALLY AUTHORIZED THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:  1. BENEFITS
   Employee's FICA Contribution  Contribution toward Health
  & Life Insurance  Pay Comparability Adjustment  Annual Increase
   Eligibility for Worker's Compensation  Annual & Sick Leave
   2. ALLOWANCES (if applicable). *  Temporary Quarters Subsistence
  Allowance (Section 120).  (B) Living Quarters Allowance (Section
  130).  (C) Post Allowance (Section 220).  (D) Supplemental
  Post Allowance (Section 230).  (E) Separate Maintenance Allowance
  (Section 260).  (F) Education Allowance (Section 270).  (G)
  Education Travel (Section 280).  (H) Post Differential (Chapter
  500).  (I) Payments during Evacuation/Authorized Departure
  (Section 600), and  (J) Danger Pay (Section 650).   3. CONTRACT
  INFORMATION BULLETINS (CIBs) PERTAINING TO PSCs  99-09 PSC's
  Annual Health Insurance Costs  99-07 Contractual Coverage
  for Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) Services  98-16 Annual Salary
  Increase for USPSCs  98-19 Home Leave under USPSCs  98-24
  Use of Compensatory (Comp) Time by PSCs  98-25 Defense Base
  Act (DBA) Coverage and DBA Waiver List  97-16 Class Justification
  for Use of Other Than Full & Open Competition for Personal
  Services Contracts with U.S. Citizens Contracted with Locally
  with CCNs and TCNs Subject to the Local Compensation Plan,
  and for Overseas Contracts of $250,000 or Less  97-11 1997
  FICA & Medicare Tax Rates for Personal Services Contracts 
   97-03 New USAID Contractor Employee Physical Examination 
   96-19 U. S. Personal Services Contract (USPSC) - Leave  94-09
  Sunday Pay for U.S. Personal Services Contractors (PSCs) 
  93-17 Financial Disclosure Requirements Under a Personal Services
  Contract (PSC)  LIST OF REQUIRED FORMS FOR PSCs  1. Standard
  Form 171.  **2. Contractor Physical Examination (AID Form
  1420-62).  **3. Questionnaire for Sensitive Positions (for
  National Security) (SF-86), or  **4. Questionnaire for Non-Sensitive
  Positions (SF-85).  **5. Finger Print Card (FD-258).  NOTE:
  Form 5 is available from the requirements office.  _______________
   * Standardized Regulations (Government Civilians Foreign
  Areas).  ** The forms listed 2 thru 5 shall only be completed
  upon the advice of the Contracting Officer that an applicant
  is the successful candidate for the job.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3C3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), = Commanding Officer (fp), USCG Integrated Support
  Command Kodiak, P.O. = Box 195018, Kodiak, AK, 96619-5023
SUBJECT: S--LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICES=20
SOL Reference-Number-DTCG45-01-Q02LS
DUE 092101
POC Eric Mead, Lead Purchasing Agent, Phone 907-487-5180x127,
  Fax = 907-487-5891, Email emead@cgalaska.uscg.mil
DESC: The prospective contractor shall provide laundry and dry
  cleaning = services for the U.S. Coast Guard, Integrated Support
  Command, Kodiak, = Alaska for the period 01 October 2001 through
  30 September 2002. The = services include, but are not limited
  to: pick-up and delivery at = various points at ISC Kodiak,
  Alaska and processed within two days in = accordance with the
  statement of work. Service requires laundry of = towels, sheets,
  blankets, surgical scrubs, pillowcases, hospital gowns, = and
  medical wrappers, as well as dry cleaning drapes, clothing
  and = various other items. Contract dollar amount is estimated
  under = $50,000. Contractor will be selected based on the lowest
  price per = pound and documented experience and qualifications.
  The proposed = contract is a small business set-aside. All
  responsible sources that = submit a written quotation will
  be considered. SUBMITTALS ARE DUE = BEFORE AWARD. Additional
  specifications/requirements are contained in = the Statement
  of Work that will be included with Request for Quotation =
  documents, when they are mailed in approximately two weeks.
  = Solicitation issue date is approximately August 24, 2001.
  Written = quotes will be due on/about September 21, 2001. For
  a solicitation = package, please send a WRITTEN REQUEST to:
  USCG, ISC Kodiak, = Procurement Branch, ATTN: E. Mead, PO Box
  195018, Kodiak, Alaska = 99619-5018 OR fax written request
  to (907) 487-5891 OR email to = emead@cgalaska.uscg.mil. Please
  provide a mailing address, telephone = number, fax number,
  and email address. NAICS Code: 812320.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/COUSCGISCK/Reference-Number-DTCG45-=
  01-Q02LS/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2D6)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: U.S. Property and Fiscal Office for Minnesota, Attn:
  Procurement Division, 15000 Highway 115, Camp Ripley, Little
  Falls, Minnesota 56345-4173
SUBJECT: S--LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICES
SOL DAHA21-01-R-0006
POC Master Sergeant Bruce E. Thompson, Contract Specialist, (320)
  632-7539
DESC: Laundering, pressing, and/or dry cleaning, folding, packaging,
  pick-up, and delivery of specific or miscellaneous items. Services
  are to be performed for the E.A. Walsh Training Center, Camp
  Ripley, Little Falls, Minnesota. The proposed contract will
  have a base year and four option years and is unrestricted
  regarding business size. Written (mailed), faxed, or e-mail
  requests will be accepted. Solicitation DAHA21-01-R-0006 will
  be available o/a 30 August 2001 and proposals will be due o/a
  25 September 2001. 
EMAILADD: Bruce.Thompson@mn.ngb.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Defense Distribution Center, Procurement Office, ATTN:
  DDC-J1-A, 2001 Mission Drive, Building 81, New Cumberland,
  PA 17070-5001
SUBJECT: S--JANITORIAL SERVICES, DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION CENTER
  RED RIVER, TEXARKANA, TX
SOL SP3100-01-R-0027
DUE 100101
POC Elizabeth A. Wolf, Contract Specialist, 717-770-7442
DESC: Janitorial services for Defense Distribution Center Red
  River, Texarakana, TX. This acquisition is limited to eligible
  8(a) concerns; the NAICS code is 561720; elgibility to participate
  may be restricted to firms in either the devlopmental stage
  or the developmental and transitional stages and interested
  8(a) firms should request a copy of the solicitation as the
  soliciation will be issued without further notice. 
EMAILADD: ewolf@ddc.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2W9)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Office in Charge of NAVfAC Contracts, Crane Division,
  Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane, IN 47522-5082
SUBJECT: S--MISCELLANEOUS TREE TRIMMING AND REMOVAL SERVICES
  AT THE NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER, CRANE, IN
SOL N68950-01-R-3764
DUE 092701
POC Annette Taylor (812) 854-2673
DESC: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, supplies, materials,
  equipment, transportation, facilities, utilities, supervision,
  and management required to provide the Tree Trimming/or Pruning
  and Tree Removal Services listed in the Schedule of Estimated
  Work at sites and for trees designated by the Contracting Officer
  at Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (the "Center"),
  Crane, IN. The accomplishment of this work effort will be via
  a Requirements Contract utilizing the Commercial Acquisition
  Procedures found in Federal Acquisition Regulations Part 12.
  The contract will also provide for four (4) additional 12-month
  periods to be exercised at the discretion of the Government.
  The following work is excluded from this solicitation and any
  resulting contract; work covered by contract in effect on this
  date for timber stand improvements; clearing (including clearing
  to establish utility line rights- of-way); railroad right of
  way maintenance; removal of felled trees across areas designated
  in the Centerwide Mowing contract; and any other grounds maintenance
  involving tree or brush trimming, pruning, clearing or removal,
  and any successor contracts to the above contracts. This solicitation
  will be evaluated on the Offeror's technical submission and
  price quotation. As a result of this Request for Proposal,
  the Offeror determined to be the best in ability and value
  to the Government will be awarded this contract. Please submit
  all questions concerning the specification to: Annette Taylor
  via e-mail @ taylor_annette@crane.navy.mil 
LINKURL: http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: taylor_annette@crane.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Great Lakes Healthcare
  Systems, Great Lakes Acquisition Center, Bldg. 5, 5000 West
  National Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53295
SUBJECT: S--UTILITIES AND HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES - RECYCLE POST
  CONSUMMER ITEMS.
SOL 69D-019-02
DUE 091101
POC Scott Koerner, Contracting Officer, 414-902-5422
DESC: The Great Lakes Acquisition Center is soliciting quotations
  to provide all labor & materials necessary to remove and recycle
  post consumer items (paper, cardboard, scrap material, etc.)
  from the Hines VA Hospital, Hines, IL. This solicitation is
  for the period beginning October 1, 2001 through September
  30, 2002 plus four (4) option renewal periods. NAICS 562111.
  This procurement is unrestricted. Requests for hardcopy solicitations
  must be in writing to the Contracting Officer and must be accompanied
  by a non-refundable check for $10.00 made out to the US Dept
  of Veterans Affairs. No telephone requests will be accepted.
  Electronic solicitations may be obtained FREE at the following
  URL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm. Or at http://www.bos.oamm.va.gov/solicitation?number=69D-07-02.
  Any amendments to this solicitation will also be available
  at the URL addresses. Offerors are advised that they are responsible
  for obtaining amendments. If you are downloading the solicitation
  and would like to be included on the solicitation mailing list,
  please e-mail the contracting officer with your company name,
  point of contact, mailing address and telephone number to:
  scott.koerner@med.va.gov
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y9)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: BIA, Office of Indian Education Programs, 201 Third Street
  NW, Suite 510, Albuquerque, NM 87102
SUBJECT: S--JANITORIAL SERVICES FOR SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN POLYTECHNICAL
  INSTITUTE
SOL RBK0E010007
POC Keith King, (505)346-6822
DESC: This solicitation is hereby changed from a "INDIAN OWNED
  ENTERPRISE SETASIDE" to a "SMALL BUSINESS INDIAN OWNED ENTERPRISE
  SETASIDE". 
EMAILADD: keithking@bia.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3F0)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: S--Utilities and Housekeeping Services
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, Office of the Secretary, Office
  of = Acquisition Management, 1401 Constitution Avenue, N.W.,
  Room 6514, = Washington, DC, 20230
SUBJECT: S--GROUNDS MAINTENANCE/LANDSCAPING/SNOW REMOVAL
SOL SA1301-01-RP-0037
DUE 082701
POC Rosanne Wilson, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 482-4868,
  Fax = (202) 482-4988, Email rwilson2@doc.gov - Darlene Adams,
  Contract = Specialist, Phone (202) 482-3552 , Fax (202) 482-4988,
  Email = dadams@doc.gov
DESC:  The U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Space and Building
  = Management, requires professional grounds maintenance services
  to = design and maintain the grounds of the Herbert C. Hoover
  Building = (HCHB), located at 1401 Constitution Avenue N.W.
  Washington DC. The = earmarked exterior perimeter, which comprises
  approximately 76,000 ft2, = includes the East, South and West
  sides from the building facade to the = street curb, two courtyards,
  two parking courts, and numerous planters. = The Contractor
  shall analyze, plan, design, construct, and maintain the =
  exterior spaces, including the HCHB lobby, utilizing plant
  materials, = supplies, and incidental hardware for landscaping
  and snow removal = services. The Contractor shall provide all
  labor, plant materials, = supplies, and hardware to meet the
  requirements of the solicitation. = All work is to be accomplished
  in accordance with the Statement of = Work. This procurement
  is 100% set-aside for 8(a) Small Business = contractors. The
  NAICS Industry Code is 561730. The size standard is = defined
  as a concern whose average annual receipts for the proceeding
  = three fiscal years did not exceed $5 million. Contractor
  must be within = 75 miles of place of performance. Basic performance
  period will be 01 = November 2001 through 30 September 2002,
  with four (4) one-year = options. The government reserves the
  right to exercise the options. = The solicitation, notice and
  all amendments will be posted and = available for viewing and
  downloading on the Government Electronic = Posting System (FED
  BIZ OPPS) site at www.fedbizopps.gov or = www.eps.gov. No paper
  copies of this solicitation will be issued. No = telephone,
  facsimile, or written requests will be accepted. When the =
  solicitation is posted, it is incumbent upon the interested
  parties to = review this website frequently for any updates/amendments
  to any and = all documents. The solicitation will be issued
  as a commercial item = acquisition on or about August 27, 2001.
  All questions regarding this = pre-solicitation notice should
  be addressed to Rosanne Wilson at = Rwilson2@doc.gov. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOC/OS/OAM/SA1301-01-RP-0037/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3G8)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: Chicago Regional Printing Procurement Office, U.S. Government
  Printing Office, 200 N. Lasalle St., Suite 810, Chicago, IL
  60601-1055
SUBJECT: T--PRINTING OF VARIOUS SIZE SINGLE PART FORMS
SOL Program 5518-S
DUE 091101
POC Fax request for specifications to 312-886-3163 or download
  specifications from GPO website (see below)
DESC: Annualized contract for production of various single-part
  tax forms requiring such operations as electronic receipt and
  downloading of pdf files, printing in black ink, perforating,
  folding, packing, and delivery. Estimated 60 orders per year,
  most in months of November throught March. Approx. 10,000 to
  1,000,000 per order, sizes from 3-1/4 x 8-1/2 up to 8-1/2 x
  33 and 11 x 25-1/2". 20 lb. white bond, black ink, some require
  folding and perforating. Average production time 7 days from
  receipt of order to delivery at Bloomington, Illinois. Do not
  attempt to bid without complete specifications.
LINKURL: www.gpo.gov/procurement
LINKDESC: 
  to find program number, click to open.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V338)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Attn: Bid Section, Room
  B104, Stop: PPSB, North Capitol & H Streets, NW, Washington,
  DC 20401
SUBJECT: T--PAMPHLETS
SOL Program B723-S
POC Karen Johnson, (202) 512-2044
DESC: Single award term contract for the period 01-01-02 to 12-31-02.
  Pamphlets, 8-1/2 x 11", black ink and one additional Pantone
  color, saddle-stitched. Approximately 4 orders per year for
  2,500 to 3,500 copies of 12 or 16 pages per order. Operations
  include making films, printing, binding, packing, and distribution.
  Copy pickup in Quantico, VA. Quality level III. Bid opening
  anticipated during the month of November, 2001. Request bid
  invitation by letter to the address above.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V371)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: T--Photographic, Mapping, Printing, and Publication
  Services
OFFADD: U.S. Government Printing Office, Attn: Bid Section, Room
  B104, Stop: PPSB, North Capitol & H Streets, NW, Washington,
  DC 20401
SUBJECT: T--BOOKS
SOL Program B656-S
POC Karen Johnson, (202) 512-2044
DESC: Single award term contract for the period 01-01-02 to 12-31-02.
  Pamphlets, 8-1/2 x 11", printing in black and one PMS color.
  Covers printing in multiple ink colors. One issue may require
  4-color process ink. Anticipating 4 orders per year for approximately
  4,800 copies of 32 or 48 pages per order. Operations include
  film making, proofs, printing, binding, packing, and distribution.
  Copy pickup in the Washington, DC area. Quality level III.
  Bid opening anticipated during the month of November, 2001.
  Request bid invitation by letter to the address above.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V375)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Federal Correctional Complex, 15115 Nisqualli Road, Victorville,
  CA 92392
SUBJECT: U--EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES
SOL 236-0012-1
DUE 082401
POC Contact Kathryn L. Motley-Dunston, 760-246-2458, Contracting
  Officer!!
DESC: This is a request for solicitation for a commercial item
  item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  12.6, as supplemented with additional information included
  in this notice. The solicitation document and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are thoose in effect through the Federal
  Acquisition Circular 97-27. The solicitation is for a non-personal
  service contract for (1) one Vocational Training Office Automation
  Instructor at the Federal Prison Camp, Victorville California.
  The contractor will be an accredited institution of post secondary
  education, or an individual certified by corel corporation
  at the instructor level. This is an contractual agreement and
  not an appointment. the service does not constitute an employer/employee
  relationship. The tentative schedule will be between the hours
  of 12:00pm - 3:00pm, Monday thru Friday. A session consist
  of 3 hours per session, 5 sessions per week for an estimated
  total of 240 sessions per year. The contract will run from
  date of award thru September 30, 2002. A complete security
  background check will be conducted prior to award of contract.
  A complete job description is outlined in the solicitation.
  The Government will award the contract to the responsible offeror,
  which is most advantageous to the government. Any interested
  parties requesting a copy of the solicitation, please contact
  Kathryn L. Motley-Dunston, 760-246-2458. Upon calling, please
  be prepared to state the RFQ number, your name, address and
  phone number. All responsible sources may submit an offer*****

LINKURL: http://cbdnet.gpo.gov
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: vim0213@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts
  Department, Building 129-2, Highway 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733-5083
SUBJECT: U--CONTRACTS TRAINING
SOL N68335-01-R-0383
DUE 100201
POC L.Bishop, 732-323-4771
DESC: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD)
  Lakehurst, NJ intends to procure Commercial Contracting Training
  Services to be provided on site at the Naval Air Warfare Center
  Lakehurst, NJ and the Naval Air Warfare Center Patuxent River,
  MD. The requirement is for the provision of a minimum of one
  class per year at Lakehurst and one class per year at Patuxent
  River for a period of three years. The maximum requirement
  would be for approximately five classes per year at Patuxent
  River and four classes per year at Lakehurst for a period of
  three years. The training topics include, but are not limited
  to, the following: Evaluation and Award Source Selection, Advanced
  Source Selection; Types of Contracts - IDIQs, GWACs, and GSA
  Schedules, Cost Reimbursement Contracts, Service Contracts,
  Incentive and Award Fee Contracts, Information Technology Contracts,
  Simplified Acquisition, Commercial Contracts (FAR Part 12);
  Contract Administration Claims, Termination, Advanced Contract
  Administration; Special Topics - Patents, Technical Data &
  Software Licenses, Oral Presentations, Performance Based SOWs,
  Commercial Activities OMB Circular A-76. A Firm-Fixed Price
  (FFP) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract
  is anticipated. The solicitation will be posted on the NAVAIR
  homepage located at http://www.navair.navy.mil. Select "Business"
  then "Doing Business With Us" and "Open Solicitations." Hard
  copies of the solicitation and amendments will NOT be mailed
  to the contractors. The solicitation will be posted on the
  web on or about 10 September 01. The Government will not accept
  electronic proposals. The POC is Lori Bishop, phone (732) 323-4771,
  facsimile (732) 323-4822, or e-mail: bishopla@navair.navy.mil.

LINKURL: http://www.navair.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bishopla@navair.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
  (FHWA), Office of Acquisition Management, HAAM, Room 4410 400
  7th Street, S.W., Washington, DC, 20590
SUBJECT: U--U -- CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE TRAINING SUPPORT
SOL DTFH61-02-R-00005
DUE 101201
POC Dennis Luquette, Contract Specialist, Phone (202)366-0730,
  Fax (202)366-3705, Email dennis.luquette@fhwa.dot.gov
DESC: The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) intends to establish
  multiple, 5-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts
  for the development, revision, updating, and/or presentation
  nationwide (and few international) for training courses in
  the area of Construction and Maintenance. Limited research
  necessary for course development will be included. Presentations
  may include traditional classroom, distance learning and/or
  computer based training. Successful offerors may compete for
  award of subsequent task orders. Such task orders may also
  include other related functions such as needs assessment, marketing,
  electronic formatting and conference management. Current courses
  in the area of Construction and Maintenance are listed in the
  NHI Course Catalog. Additional courses may be added as needs
  are defined. Offers will be accepted for all or any of the
  areas of expertise.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/FHWA/OAM/DTFH61-02-R-00005/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V385)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: Department of Veteran Affairs, Network Acquisition Program,
  130 West Kingsbridge Road, 10N3ACQ, Bronx, NY 10468-9938
SUBJECT: U--EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
SOL RFP10N3-257-01
DUE 092101
POC Angela Dungee 718-741-4313 or Selah B. Scott Jr. 718-741-4319
DESC: The Department of Veteran Affairs, Division of Vocational
  Rehabilitation & Employment, NYRO is seeking a contractor to
  provide employment services for disabled veterans. Solicitation
  will be available O/A 8/30/01 and proposals due 9/21/01. All
  request must be in writing. 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Code 211, Greenbelt,
  MD 20771
SUBJECT: U--CAREER DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
SOL RFO5-00658-096
DUE 090701
POC  Patrick D. Logan, Contracting Officer, Phone (301)286-7244,
  Fax (301)286-1654, Email Patrick.D.Logan.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/GSFC plans to issue Request for Proposal (RFP) 5-00658-096,
  on a non-competitive basis, for Career Development support
  to include the designing and teaching of workshops and learning
  groups, such as: "ReFIREment Workshops", "Space to Grow", and
  others. NASA/GSFC intends to purchase the items from EDIN Associates.
  EDIN Associates has provided training and career development
  to Goddard since 1991. Consequently, they are intimately familiar
  with Goddard, its culture, and its leadership and management
  philosophies. EDIN Associates uses many training tools and
  workshops, which are unique, proprietary, and only available
  from EDIN Associates. The statutory authority permitting other
  than full and open competition is 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c) (1), Only
  One Responsible Source. 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 September 7, 2001. 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. An Ombudsman has been appointed.
  See NASA Specific Note "B". All qualified responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered by the agency.
  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=51#RFO5-00658-096
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Patrick.D.Logan.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: U--Education and Training Services
OFFADD: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Code 211, Greenbelt,
  MD 20771
SUBJECT: U--ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TRAINING
SOL RFO5-5-00659-096
DUE 090701
POC  Patrick D. Logan, Contracting Officer, Phone (301)286-7244,
  Fax (301)286-1654, Email Patrick.D.Logan.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/GSFC plans to issue Request for Offer (RFO) 5-00659-096,
  on a non-competitive basis, for Organizational Development
  support to include the teaching of workshops and learning groups
  such as "Learn to Fly", "Coaching Works", "Coaching and Communications
  Skills Renewal Day", "Introduction to Journey Guide, Choice
  Points", "Creating Magic at Work", "Leading with Integrity",
  "Mentoring for Success", and related topics. NASA/GSFC intends
  to purchase the items from Marilou Bova, Inc. Marilou Bova,
  Inc. has provided training and career development to GSFC for
  several years. Consequently, they are intimately familiar with
  GSFC, its culture, and its leadership and management philosophies.
  Marilou Bova uses many training tools and workshops, which
  are proprietary, uniquely design to meet the needs of GSFC,
  and only available from Marilou Bova. The statutory authority
  permitting other than full and open competition is 10 U.S.C.
  2304 (c) (1), Only One Responsible Source. 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 September 7,
  2001. 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. An Ombudsman
  has been appointed. See NASA Specific Note "B". All qualified
  responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be considered
  by the agency. 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=51#RFO5-5-00659-096
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Patrick.D.Logan.1@gsfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
  = (FHWA), Office of Acquisition Management, HAAM, Room 4410
  400 7th = Street, S.W., Washington, DC, 20590
SUBJECT: V--FHWA SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE
SOL DTFH61-01-R-00130
DUE 090601
POC Rick Murray, Contracting Officer, Phone (202) 366-4250, Fax
  = (202) 366-3705, Email rick.murray@fhwa.dot.gov
DESC: Furnish all personnel and equipment necessary to provide
  shuttle = van service between the FHWA Headquarters, 400 Seventh
  Street, S.W., = Washington, D.C. and the FHWA Turner-Fairbank
  Highway Research Center = 6300 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA.
  All offers must include a copy of = its Certificate of Authority
  from the Washington Metropolitan Area = Transit Commission,
  as well as other documents regarding the offer?s = responsibility.
  The FHWA anticipates making an award under this = Invitation
  for Bid (IFB) for a base year and four option years. The =
  ENTIRE IFB will be published and downloadable from the FedBizOpps
  (FBO) = website located at: http://www.eps.gov. The FHWA will
  not issue any = HARD copies of the IFB. Prospective bidders
  are instructed not to send = letters, faxes or e-mails requesting
  the IFB; as such requests will not = be accepted. Any subsequent
  amendments to the IFB will likewise be = published on the FBO
  at the above website address. It is be the = responsibility
  of each prospective bidder to closely and frequently = monitor
  the FBO for any possible Amendments. This is commercial item
  = procurement. The anticipated IFB release date is 8/22/2001.
  The = incumbent contractor is Manhattan International Transportation
  Inc., of = Alexandria, VA.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/FHWA/OAM/DTFH61-01-R-00130/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2D0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, Acquisition & Materiel
  Management Service (90G), VA Medical Center, Bay Pines, FL
  33744
SUBJECT: V--COURIER SERVICES
SOL 516-006-02
DUE 091801
POC Cathy L. Johnson 727-398-9340
DESC: Provide courier services of laboratory samples, medical
  documents and packages between the following Community Based
  Outpatient Clinics (Ellenton, Sarasota, Clearwater, St. Petersburg,
  Naples, Port Charlotte and Avon Park, Florida)and the VA Medical
  (VAMC) Bay Pines Florida for the period October 1, 2001 through
  September 30, 2002 with the Government having the option to
  extend the contract for 3 additional one-year periods. Solicitations
  available on or around August 24, 2001. Only written or faxed
  (FAX 727-398-9536) requests for the solicitation will be accepted.
  Bids will be due on or around September 18, 2001. This IFB
  for commercial items is prepared in accordance with the format
  in FAR Part 12-Acquisition Commercial Items. FAR Clauses 52.212-1,
  52.212-3, 52.212-4 and 52.212-5 will apply. The NIACS Code
  is 492110, the Small Business Size Standard is 1,500 employees.
  See numbered note 1
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Health and Human Services, Program Support
  Center, Division of Acquisition Management, Parklawn Building
  Room 5-101 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD, 20857
SUBJECT: V--HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS/MEETING SPACE FOR 250 INDIVIDUALS
  SEPTEMBER 19 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 22, 2001 IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
SOL 01t000209
DUE 082701
POC Don Hadrick, Contract Specialist, Phone 301-443-3459, Fax
  301-443-3849, Email dhadrick@psc.gov - Margaret Kelly, Contracting
  Officer, Phone 301-443-4988, Fax 301-443-3849, Email mkelly@psc.gov
DESC: The Hotel selected must meet the following criteria to
  support the meeting requirements: A) Close proximity to the
  airport, within a two (2) mile radius, to facilitate coordination
  of transportation requirements, meetings, and conference facilities
  as well as cultural events. B) Transportation to and from the
  airport C) Rooms to accommodate 250 people at the government
  rate D) At least 8100 square feet for meeting space in one
  location dividable into three (3) separate rooms .E) Audio
  visual package (Large Screen, projector, 8 cordless microphones)
  F) Box lunches shall be provided during the working luncheon
  to discuss and exercise strategies for the dispersion and distribution
  of pharmaceuticals. Quotes shall be accepted only from offerors
  who are financially responsible. All responsible offerors may
  submit an offer and will be considered. Hotel accommodations
  must meet all Federal, State, Local Hotel and Motel Fire Safety
  Codes and be compliant with the American Disabilities Act.
  All requests for copies of the solicitation shall be in writing,
  telefax requests shall be accepted at (301)443-3489. NO TELEPHONE
  requests shall be accepted.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/HHS/PSC/DAM/01t000209/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center (631/90C),
  421 North Main Street, Leeds, MA 01053-9714
SUBJECT: V--VALIDATED PARKING
SOL 631-01-D220A
DUE 082301
POC Douglas R. Brown
DESC: The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Leeds,
  MA intends to negotiate with Springfield Parking Authority,
  for Parking Validation for Veterans who seek treatment at the
  VA Outpatient Clinic, Springfield, MA for the Period October
  1, 2001 through September 30, 2002. Subject to the Avilability
  of FY 2002 funds. See Note 23
EMAILADD: Douglas.Brown2@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: 937 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, Ca 92132
SUBJECT: V--V-PACK AND CRATE OF PERSONAL PROBERTY
SOL N00244-01-R-0077
DUE 112901
POC John Ballard, Contract Specialist (619) 532-2891. 
DESC: Delete: (FISC-SD web link). The solicitation and all amendments
  will only be available on the NECO web link.
LINKURL: www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: john_h_ballard@sd.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: 937 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, Ca 92132
SUBJECT: V--V-PACK AND CRATE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
SOL N00244-01-R-0079
DUE 112901
POC John Ballard, Contract Specialist (619) 532-2891
DESC: NAS El Centro has a requirement for the packing and crating
  of personal property - Schedule I (Outbound), Schedule II (Inbound),
  and Schedule III (intra-city and intra-area moves). Requirements
  contract with a performance period of 01 January 2002 through
  31 December 2002. area of performance is El Centro, California
  counties of Imperial, San Diego. This procurement is unrestricted,
  NAICS Code 484210. All responsible sources with an active PUC
  license may submit an offer. It is anticipated that the solicitation
  will be available by 13 September 2001 on the Navy Electronic
  Commerce Online (NECO) web link http://www.neco.navy.mil. It
  is the responsibility of the interested parties to independently
  review the referenced web links frequently updated to any and
  all documents. Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the solicitation and amendment s (if any).
  No paper copies of these documents are anticipated to be issued.
  See Note #26. 
LINKURL: www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: john_h_ballard@sd.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: 937 N Harbor Drive, San Diego, Ca 92132
SUBJECT: V--V-PACK AND CRATE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
SOL N00244-01-R-0078
DUE 112901
POC John Ballard, Contract Specialist (619) 532-2891
DESC: NAS Fallon has a requirement for the packing and crating
  of personal property - Schedule I (Outbound), Schedule II (Inbound),
  and Schedule III (intra-city and intra-area moves). Requirements
  contract with a performance period of 01 January 2002 through
  31 December 2002. Area of performance is Lyon and Churchill
  counties, Nevada. This procurement is unrestricted, NAICS Code
  484210. All responsible sources with an active PUC license
  may submit an offer. It is anticipated that the solicitation
  will be available by 13 September 2001 on the Navy Electronic
  Commerce Online (NECO) web link http://www.neco.navy.mil. It
  is the responsibility of the interested parties to independently
  review the referenced web links frequently updated to any and
  all documents. Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading
  their own copy of the solicitation and amendments (if any).
  No paper copies of these documents are anticipated to be issued.
  See Note #26.
LINKURL: www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: john_h_ballard@sd.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: V--Transportation, Travel, and Relocation Services
OFFADD: Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric
  Administration (NOAA), Central Administrative Support Center,
  601 East 12th Street, Room 1756, Kansas City, MO, 64106
SUBJECT: V--LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
SOL 52WCNW106028JAS
DUE 062501
POC Jacquelyn Shewmaker, Contracting Officer, Phone (816) 426-7129
  xt 221, Fax (816) 426-7530, Email jacquelyn.a.shewmaker@noaa.gov
DESC: The announcement for Solicitation Number 52WCNW106028JAS,
  published 04/30/2001 for lodging and transportation services
  for the National Weather Service Training Center in Kansas
  City, Missouri, is hereby canceled. It is anticipated that
  an announcement will be published at a later date containing
  information for a new solicitation.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOC/NOAA/CASC/52WCNW106028JAS/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3B9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities
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: X--X - TEMPORARY DINING AND LODGING
SOL DTCG80-01-Q-3FAJ90
DUE 083001
POC Daniel Dyer, Contract Specialist, Phone (757) 628-4646, Fax
  = (757) 628-4675/6, Email djdyer@mlca.uscg.mil - Douglas Landau,
  = Contracting Officer, Phone (757) 628-4638, Fax (757) 628-4676,
  Email = dlandau@mlca.uscg.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. Solicitation = DTCG80-01-Q-3FAJ90 is being
  issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). = The solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are = those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-25. This
  is an = unrestricted procurement. The NAICS code is 721110
  with a small = business size standard of 500 employees. CLIN
  0001; QTY: 1; UNIT: JOB: Provide two single occupancy and four
  = double occupancy rooms from 10 September 2001 to 14 September
  2001 = (check in 9/10/01; check-out 9/14/01) and 25 October
  2001 to 29 October = 2001 (check in 10/25/01; check-out 10/29/01).
  CLIN 0002: QTY: 1; UNIT: JOB: Provide meals for ten Coast Guard
  = personnel from 10 September 2001 to 14 September 2001 (beginning
  with = lunch on 9/10/01; ending with breakfast on 9/14/01)
  and 25 October 2001 = to 29 October 2001 (beginning with lunch
  on 10/25/01; ending with = breakfast on 10/29/01). CLIN 0003;
  QTY: 1; UNIT: JOB: Provide three single occupancy rooms from
  = 10 September 2001 to 29 October 2001 (check in 9/10/01; check-out
  = 10/29/01). CLIN 0004; QTY: 1; UNIT: JOB: Provide meals for
  three Coast Guard = personnel from 10 September 2001 to 29
  October 2001 (beginning with = lunch on 9/10/01; ending with
  breakfast on 10/29/01). Statement of Work:=20 3.1 Dining and
  Lodging Requirements. Provide quality temporary = lodging and
  healthy, appetizing, and nutritious dining, including wait
  = staff gratuities, for Coast Guard personnel (see CLIN?s 0001-0004)
  = within a 20-mile radius of Wepfer Marine, 2661 Channel Avenue,
  Memphis, = Tennessee 38113 from 10 September 2001 to 29 October
  2001. =20 3.1.1 Breakfast: Breakfast choices shall include
  fresh fruit juice, = cereals, eggs to order, pancakes, French
  toast or waffles; bacon and = another breakfast meat; potatoes
  or grits; toast or pastry; milk and = coffee or tea; butter,
  margarine, syrup and jelly or jam. 3.1.2 Lunch & Dinner: Lunch
  and Dinner shall include a choice of = three different Entr?es
  including salad, and side dishes, accompanied = by the appropriate
  sauces, gravies, or salad dressings and a beverage. = Each
  meal shall be served with a choice of bread and butter or =
  margarine; soup, fruits, and dessert. Entr?e choices shall
  vary in a = manner not to repeat within a three-day period.
  3.1.3 Take-out Meals: Provide approximately two carry-out meals
  for = pick-up by Coast Guard personnel during breakfast, lunch
  and dinner for = duty personnel, when applicable. 3.2 Commercial
  Standard: All Dining and lodging facilities must meet = at
  a minimum, the requirements for a Mobil Travel Guide Rating
  of two = stars or AAA Diamond Rating of two diamonds and include
  free parking = for two vehicles. Lodging will include daily
  cleaning, change of = linen, and replenishment of toiletries.
  The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors ? Commercial
  = Items (Oct 2000) applies. The provision at FAR 52.212-2,
  Evaluation ? = Commercial Items (Jan 1999) applies. The evaluation
  factors to be = inserted in paragraph (a) are: technical capability
  (how well your = proposal meets the requirements stated above),
  price, and past = performance. Please provide or describe amenities,
  menus, brochures, = references or any other relevant information
  that may assist the Coast = Guard in evaluating offers. Technical
  capability and past performance = combined are slightly more
  important than price. Offerors must include = a completed copy
  of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror = Representations
  and Certifications ? Commercial Items (Jan 2001), with = its
  offer. The clause at FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions
  ? = Commercial Items (May 1999) applies to this acquisition.
  The clause at = FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement = Statutes or Executive Orders ? Commercial
  Items (May 2001) applies to = this acquisition. Check the clauses
  in paragraph (b) as follows: 11, = 12,13, 14, 15, 21 and 24.
  Check the clauses in paragraph (c) as = follows: 1 and 2. For
  paragraph 2, the equivalent classes of service = employees
  and rates for federal hires are as follows: Front Desk = Clerk:
  $10.16; Dish Washer, Cook, Janitor, Maid: $9.38; and Food =
  Server: $8.27. Vendors must comply with The Hotel and Motel
  Fire = Safety Act of 1990 (See PL101-391: = http://www.usfa.fema.gov/hotel/index.cfm)
  and be listed on the = Hotel-Motel National Master list. No
  other additional contractual = terms and conditions are applicable.
  No Defense Priorities and = Allocations System (DPAS) rating
  are assigned. Commerce Business Daily = numbered notes don?t
  apply. Quotes are due on 30 August 2001 by = 4:00p.m. EST at
  U.S. Coast Guard, MLCA, vpl-4, 300 East Main Street, = Suite
  600, Norfolk, VA 23510-9102. For information regarding this
  = acquisition, please contact Mr. Douglas G. Landau, Contracting
  Officer = by phone at (757) 628-4638, electronic mail at dlandau@mlca.uscg.mil
  or = Mr. Daniel J. Dyer, Contract Specialist by phone at (757)
  628-4646, = electronic mail at djdyer@mlca.uscg.mil or facsimile
  at (757) 628-4676. = Quotes may be sent via facsimile, electronic
  mail or U.S. Mail.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/COUSCGMLCA/DTCG80-01-Q-3FAJ90/listi=
  ng.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3B3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: X--Lease or Rental of Facilities--Potential Sources
  Sought
OFFADD: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office of the
  Chief Financial Officer & Administrative Services, Procurement
  Management Division, 1801 L Street, N.W., Room 2505, Washington,
  DC, 20507
SUBJECT: X--X - HOTEL LODGING, AND FACILITIES FOR EEOC''S BASIC
  MEDIATION SKILLS TRAINING CONFERENCE!!
SOL RFQ01-0160
DUE 090501
POC Gregory Browne, Contract Specialist, Phone (202) 663-4292,
  Fax (202) 663-4178, Email gregory.browne@eeoc.gov
DESC: The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission intends
  to award a noncompetitive contract to the Radisson Plaza Warwick
  Hotel located in Philadelphia, PA utilizing the Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures of Part 13 of the Federal Acquisition
  Regulation for the following services: Sleeping rooms for six
  (6) consecutive nights for up to 8 people for September 8,
  2001 and for up to 50 people September 9 through September
  13, 2001. Meeting space for the period September 10 through
  September 14, 2001 for up to 50 people. Audio-Visual Equipment
  for the period September 10 through September 14, 2001. Food
  and Beverage Service for the period September 10 through September
  14, 2001. Period of Performance: September 8-14, 2001 No telephone
  calls will be accepted. Questions must be submitted via e-mail;
  responses will be submitted via e-mail. *****
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/EEOC/OCFOAS/PMD/RFQ01-0160/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V310)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, PO Box 36900, Billings, Montana
  59107-6900
SUBJECT: Y--SECURITY FENCING, MERRITT DAM, AINSWORTH UNIT, SANDHILLS
  DIVISION, P-SMBP, NEBRASKA
SOL 01SQ600162
DUE 091401
POC Andy Fox (406) 247-7811
DESC: The work includes the following: (1) Mobilization to the
  site; (2) Furnishing and erecting approximately 2035 linear
  feet of six-foot high security fence, including nine gates
  and four extension arms; and (3) Removal of approximately 280
  linear feet of existing four-foot high wooden post woven wire
  fabric fencing. The work is located at Merritt Dam, in Cherry
  County, in north central Nebraska, approximately 25 miles southwest
  of Valentine, Nebraska. The due date for the Request for Quotations
  (RFQ) is tentatively scheduled for September 14, 2001. All
  reasonable sources may submit a quote which shall be considered
  by the Bureau of Reclamation. This will be set aside for small
  business. The North American Industry Classification code is
  235990. The Standard Industrial Classification code is 1799.
  The small business size standard is $7.0 Million. To receive
  a copy of the RFQ, contractors shall fax a request to (406)
  247-7798. The fax must include contractors name, address, phone/fax
  numbers, tax identification and DUNS numbers. The faxes shall
  be to the attention of Andy Fox.
EMAILADD: afox@gp.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  Great Plains Regional Office, Billings MT
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2C2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: 311 HSW/PK 8005 9th St. Brooks AFB, TX
SUBJECT: Y--DESIGN BUILD PLUS RFP RELEASE
SOL F41622-01-R-0011
POC Mr Mark Rounsavill
DESC: Release of DB Plus RFP, Statement Of Work, and associated
  drawing and maps.
LINKURL: http://sarah.brooks.af.mil/Sarah/viewsol.asp?ID=DBP
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: mark.rounsavill@hqafcee.brooks.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2D2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: USPFO for Texas, Attn: AGTX-SP, Bldg 66, PO Box 5218,
  Austin, TX 78763-5218
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCT BASE SUPPLY/BCE COMPLEX, ELLINGTON FIELD,
  HOUSTON, TX
SOL DAHA41-01-B-0001
DUE 082401
POC Roger Lambert, 512-465-5504; email: roger.lambert@tx.ngb.army.mil
DESC: Amentment #2 to Solicitation Number DAHA41-01-B-0001 was
  issued to all planholders on 16 August 2001. The Bid Opening
  remains the same.
EMAILADD: roger.lambert@tx.ngb.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  3-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2J9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, 1830 Quartermaster Road,
  Fort Lee, VA 23801-1606
SUBJECT: Y--REPLACEMENT OF DETERIORATED POWER POLES AND ALL CROSSARMS
SOL DABT59-01-Q-0048
DUE 092101
POC FAX requests to George Herndon at 804-734- 4633
DESC: This project consists of replacing thirty-five (35) deteriorated
  power poles and all crossarms. The poles are located on Fort
  Lee, Virginia. The extimated cost range for this project is
  $25,000 - $100,000.00. The NAICS Code is: 2334920. Scheduled
  issue date for this Solicitation is 08/20/01. To respond to
  this notice FAX your request to the number listed above and
  be sure to include your name, address, telephone number, fax
  number, your email, and include the solicitation number on
  your request.
EMAILADD: herndong@lee.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2T1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Federal Prison Camp, Allenwood, Regional Contracting
  Office, P.O. Box 1000, Montgomery, PA 17752
SUBJECT: Y--INSTALL THREE (3) UNDERGROUND METAL GREASE TRAPS
SOL RFQ 428-0032-01
POC Norm Showers,Regional Contract Specialist, (570) 547-1641
  Ext. 547
DESC: DESC: The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Federal Correctional
  Institution Allenwood, located in White Deer, Pennsylvania,
  has a requirement for the Installation of Three (3) Underground
  Metal Grease Traps. The Government intends to make a single
  award for this requirement. The Contractor will be required
  to provide all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to
  install government furnished, grease trap interceptors at all
  three of the institutions located at the Federal Correctional
  Complex, Allenwood, Pennsylvania. All installations shall comply
  with Act-100-U of the Steel Tank Institute and Highland Tank
  Mfg. Co. specifications. The project will involve work inside
  the secure perimeters of all three (3) institutions at the
  Federal Correctional Complex. The performance period will be
  60 days. The project is unrestricted and open to all business
  types and sizes eligible to receive award. The estimated magnitude
  of this project is between $25,000.00 and $100,000.00. A security
  investigation/clearance is required. All responsible sources
  are encouraged to submit an offer that will be considered for
  award. The anticipated solicitation issuance date is approximately
  08/31/01. Written requests for the quote package may be mailed
  to the above address or faxed to the following number (570)
  547-7689. NO VERBAL REQUESTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. The NAICS Number
  for this requirement is 234930. cc:OSDBU
LINKURL: http://www.usa.gov/procurement/index.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: nshowers@bop.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2T3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--RENOVATION OF ROOM 106 IN NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS
  BUILDING
SOL DACW29-01-T-0159
POC Contract Specialist MARY CATHERINE RENAUD (504) 862-2888
DESC: The work consists of renovating an unfinished area in Room
  106 of the New Orleans District Headquarters Building that
  will meet the space requirements for office space. Some features
  of the job include dismantling a small office to prepare the
  area for raised flooring, removing a motor driven overhead
  door, constructing a wall in place of metal doors, installing
  windows, etc. THIS IS A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE.
LINKURL: http://www.mvn.usace.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
  New Orleans District.
EMAILADD: Mary.C.Renaud@MVN02.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Z7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  SMC - Space & Missiles System Center, 2420 Vela Way, Suite
  2420, El Segundo, CA, 90245-4659
SUBJECT: Y--Y -- SYSTEMS ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT SUPPORT (SAMS)
  COMPLEX
SOL Reference-Number-67
DUE 091001
POC Ann Justice, Contracting Officer, Phone (310) 363-0832, Fax
  null, Email Ann.Justice@LOSANGELES.AF.MIL - Stephen Brey, Real
  Estate Consultant, Phone (310) 363-0676, Fax null, Email Stephen.Brey@LOSANGELES.AF.MIL
DESC: The SAMS Web-Site was updated on 16 Aug 01 to provide a
  consolidated list of questions and clarifications to the SAMS
  RFP. Please continue to check either one of the following websites
  for information: 1) world wide web (www).losangeles.af.mil/Special_Interest/SAMS/
  OR 2) www.pirniewest.com/sams
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/SMCSMSC/Reference-Number-67/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V307)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: DHHS, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, 115 4th Avenue
  Southeast, Room 309 Federal Building, Aberdeen, South Dakota
  57401
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCTION OF A REPLACEMENT WATERLINE IN THE FORT
  THOMPSON COMMUNITY ON THE CROW CREEK INDIAN RESERVATION
SOL 241-01-BI-3487
DUE 090301
POC Robin Claymore or Carol J. Johnson, Contract Specialist at
  (605) 226-7567
DESC: Construction of a replacement waterline in the Fort Thompson
  Community on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation, South Dakota.
  Duration of the contract is for forty five (45) days from the
  Notice to Proceed Date. IFB No. 241-01-BI-3487 will be available
  approximately fifteen (15) days after publication. There is
  a non-refundable charge of twenty five ($25.00) dollars for
  te solicitation documents. Project Magnitude is $100,000.00
  to $250,000.00. The proposed acquisition listed herein is to
  be awarded to an Indian-Owned firm pursuant to the Buy Indian
  Act. The Indian Preference Clause in employment and subcontracting
  is made a part of this solicitation and resultant contract.
  Responses should be addressed to the Contracting Officer, Aberdeen
  Area Indian Health Service, Room 309, Federal Building, 115
  4th Avenue, S.E., Abedeen, South Dakota 57401. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V352)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: BLM, BC-670B, Bldg 50, Denver Federal Center, P.O. Box
  25047, Denver, CO 80225-0047
SUBJECT: Y--AMBOY CRATER RECREATION SITE
SOL NDB010114
DUE 101901
POC Mike Siclair, Procurement Technician, 303-236-4400
DESC: Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, supplies
  and materials to construct the site development improvements
  for Amboy Crater National Natural Landmark, including highway
  intersection improvements, access road, low water crossings,
  parking areas, trails, signs, shade shelters, installation
  of Government-furnished vault toilet building and picnic tables
  and other related site improvements. Work is located in San
  Bernardino County, California, approximately two miles west
  of the Town of Amboy. Estimated price range is between $500,000
  and $1,000,000. Please submit written requests for solicitation
  to the above address or fax request to (303) 236-9470; include
  name, address, phone no., and solicitation no. All responsible
  sources may submit an offer which will be considered.*****

CITE: (W-229 SN50V360)

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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--SEISMIC CORRECTION, BUILDINGS 23 & 40
SOL 261-0340-01
DUE 092001
POC Tracy Marasco, 650-849-0286
DESC: CONTRACTOR SERVICE TO PROVIDE ALL LABOR, MATERIALS, TRANSPORTATION
  AND SUPERVISION NECESSARY TO COMPLETE PROJ. 640-302, Seismic
  Corrections, building 23 and 40 AT THE VA PALO ALTO HEALTH
  CARE SYSTEM, PALO ALTO, CA.   Visits to the site by bidders
  may be made only by appointment with Health Care System Contracting
  Officer (Tel. 415-493-5000 extension 64100.)  You may obtain
  copies of the Drawings and Specifications from:  Peninsula
  Blueprint Inc 1400 W Middlefield Rd Mountain View, CA (650)
  967-1966  POC: Kathy Moylan (Drawings/Specifications will
  be available 8/21/01)  You may obtain copies of these all
  files from: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm  The
  alternate website is: https://www.sf.med.va.gov/cca/Contracting/Default.htm

LINKURL: http://www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopp/sols.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Tracy.Marasco@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V363)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: Y--RESURFACE ASPHALT PAVEMENT @ STILLWATER LAKE, FOREST
  CITY, PA FOR THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, BALTIMORE DISTRICT,
  OPERATIONS DIVISION
SOL DACW31-01-T-0125
DUE 083001
POC Jackie Henderson (410)962-3529
DESC: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to issue a solicitation
  for the following construction project which requires the contractor
  to coordinate with the point of contact assigned by the Baltimore
  District, Operations Division to provide the necessary labor,
  supervision, plant, equipment, transportation, materials and
  supplies to accomplish the task of: resurfacing asphalt pavement
  at Stillwater Lake, Pennsylvania in accordance with the specifications
  and drawings of this request. All responsible sources may submit
  a proposal identifying their capability to respond to this
  requirement by August 30, 2001 which shall be considered by
  this agency. Corps of Engineers point of contact: Jackie Henderson
  at (410)062-3529, fax no. (410)962-0933.---See Note 22---

CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Department of the Army, Baltimore District, Corps of
  Engineer, 10 South Howard Street, Room 7000, Baltimore, MD
  21201-1715
SUBJECT: Y--REMOVAL OF TACK WELDS AT SPILLWAY BRIDGE, INDIAN
  ROCK DAM, YORK , PA FOR THE U. S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
  BALTIMORE DISTRICT, OPERATIONS DIVISION
SOL DACW31-01-T-0124
DUE 083001
POC Jackie Henderson (410)962-3529
DESC: The U. S. Army Corps Of Engineers intends to issue a solicitation
  for the following construction project which requires the contractor
  to coordinate with the point of contact assigned by the Baltimor
  District, Operations Division to provide the necessary labor,
  supervision, plant, materials equipment and supplies to accomplish
  the task of: removal of approximately 110 erection tack welds
  from the bridge over the spillway at Indian Rock Dam, York,
  Pennsylvania in accordance with the specifications, special
  conditions and drawing/plates of this request. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal identifying their capability
  to respond to this requirement by August 30, 2001 which shall
  be considered by this agency. Corps of Engineers point of contact:
  Jackie Henderson at (410)962-3529, fax no. (410)962-0933.---See
  Note 22--- 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3C7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: Regional Procurement Support Office (RPSO), 4000 North
  Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCTION OF VEHICULAR INSPECTION BUILDING IN
  MANAGUA
SOL S-WHARC-01-R0008
POC Contact Robert Lindquist at (954) 630-1164 or Mark Toler
  at (954) 630-1166
DESC: The U.S. Department of State, Regional Procurement Support
  Office and the U.S. Embassy, Managua, are seeking qualified
  offerors for construction of a new joint intelligence counter
  drug center facility to be located in Penas Blancas, Nicaragua.
  The project consists of construction of a single-story, reinforced
  steel-framed concrete office building sufficient to accommodate
  three standard sized/single-occupant enclosed offices with
  appropriate restroom facilities. The offices will require window
  unit air conditioning, hanging florescent lighting, and appropriate
  electrical and telephone outlets. The approximate size of the
  total site is 141,075 square meters, with 6,250 square meters
  in enclosed office space and 16,875 square meters in vehicular
  traffic inspection area. The non-enclosed portion/inspection
  area will include a ramp for off loading merchandise for inspection,
  as well as a parking area to accommodate oversized vehicles.
  The project also entails site preparation and civil works to
  accommodate site utilities, storm drainage and sewage. The
  solicitation is planned for release to qualified offerors on
  or about August 31, 2001, for contract award by September 30,
  2001. It is anticipated that construction will start as soon
  as possible after contract award, with a performance period
  of approximately three months from contract execution to substantial
  completion. The resulting contract type shall be firm-fixed
  price, and the estimated value of construction is between $250,000
  and $500,000 (U.S.). In order to obtain the solicitation package
  (including drawings and specifications) offerors must forward
  their written requests via fax to Mr. Robert A. Lindquist at
  (954) 630-1165, or e-mail to LindquistRA@state.gov within ten
  (10) days of publication of this advertisement. Proposals will
  be accepted from both U.S. and non-U.S. firms. 
EMAILADD: LindquistRA@state.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3C8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities
OFFADD: US Army Engineer District, Seattle - Military, ATTN:
  CENWS-CT, PO Box 3755, Seattle, WA 98124-3755
SUBJECT: Y--FY02 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY
SOL DACA67-01-R-0222
DUE 101601
POC Scott Britt, (206) 764-3517
DESC:  Design and construct a complete and usable standard-design
  Brigade organizational maintenance facility to support over
  700 military vehicles for an Initial Brigade Combat Team. The
  project includes two (2) vehicle maintenance shops with six
  (6) maintenanc e bays for scheduled maintenance, administrative
  area, shop control, overhead cranes, small item repair area,
  and parts storage area; a deployment equipment storage facility;
  waste oil tank; hardstand and organization vehicle parking
  area. Also included a re two single bay shops for various maintenance
  support teams and multiple deployment storage buildings. Supporting
  facilities include utilities, electric service, fire protection
  and alarm system, paving, walks, security fencing, gates, security
  lighting , information systems, and site improvements. Supporting
  facilities cost is high because of extensive site work. Heating
  will be provided by a self-contained gas-fired system with
  dual fuel capability. All units shall be in metric. This procurement
  will be obtained using the two-phase design/build procedures
  outlined in FAR 36.3. Proposals will be evaluated in Phase
  1 to determine which offerors will submit proposals for Phase
  2. All instruction for proposing for both Phase I and I I will
  be contained in the solicitation. The contract will be awarded
  to the firm providing the proposal with the best value to the
  Government, using criteria outlined in the solicitation. This
  solicitation will be issued as an Electronic Bid Set (EBS)
  in CD-ROM format only. EBS CD-ROM compact disks with plans
  and specs will be available on or about 16 October 2001 at
  no charge per set. The disks will be issued on a first-come,
  first-served basis until supply is exhausted. Requests must
  be made by co mpleting the form at: http://www.nws.usace.army.mil/ct.
  No phone or fax requests accepted. When you register, please
  do so as a Prime, Sub or Plans Room. After the solicitation
  is issued, compact disks will be mailed to registered firms.
  The disks may also be picked up from Seattle District s Contracting
  Division located at 4735 East Marginal Way South, Seattle,
  WA Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and
  3:30 p.m. Register at the web site at least 7 calendar days
  before the issue date to assist in having an adequate number
  of disks made. Estimated dollar value is between $10,000,000
  and $25,000,000. The completion period is 685 calendar days.
  The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code has been
  replaced by the North American I ndustry Classification System
  (NAICS) Code. The NAICS code for this project is 23332-Commercial
  and Institutional Building Construction, which is matched to
  SIC Code 1541-General Contractors-Industrial Buildings and
  Warehouses. Project is open to both la rge and small business.
  If you are a large business and your proposal will exceed $1
  million, you will be required to submit a subcontracting plan
  with goals for small, HUBZone, small disadvantaged, small woman-owned,
  and small veteran-owned concerns. Fo r the purposes of this
  procurement, a concern is considered a small business if its
  annual average gross revenue, taken for the last 3 fiscal years,
  does not exceed $27.5 million. Proposed procurement will result
  in a fixed-price contract. For additional contracting opportunities,
  visit the Army Single Face to Industry at http://acquisition.army.mil/.
LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Scott.W.Britt@usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3H5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, United States Air Force
  Europe, 48 CONS/LGC, RAF Feltwell Unit 5070 Box 270, RAF Feltwell,
  UK, 09461-0270
SUBJECT: Y--MARKET SURVEY FOR HOUSING PROJECT
SOL F61775-01-house
DUE 092401
POC Chiretta BoClair, Contracting Specialist, Phone 01638 527203,
  Fax 01638 527202, Email chiretta.boclair@lakenheath.af.mil
  - Jim Sechrist, Contract Specialist, Phone 226-7095, Fax 226-7191,
  Email james.sechrist@lakenheath.af.mil
DESC: Purpose: The United States Government is seeking interested
  contractors for proposed build/lease contract for military
  family housing. Please be advised that the U.S. Government
  is not seeking proposals at this time. This project is unique
  in that the U.S. Government does not own the land where the
  houses will be built. The land is owned by the British Ministry
  of Defense (M.O.D) and is being used by the U.S. Government,
  but will remain M.O.D. property. The contractor will build
  on M.O.D. land without taking ownership of the land. The project
  will be a 10-year build/lease project. The contractor will
  build the houses and lease them to the Government for a 10-year
  period. After 10 years, the Government will retain the right
  to either purchase the houses at a price agreed upon in the
  contract or accomplish another 10-year lease. If the Government
  determines that the houses are no longer required during the
  first or successive lease periods they will pay the contractor
  the price agreed upon in the contract. Project: The project
  will be built on approximately 70 acres of land outside RAF
  Lakenheath currently referred to as Phase III housing. Currently
  the housing project has 408 units and will be replaced by 630
  units. The houses will range from 2 to 4 bedrooms. The average
  net area of the houses will be 122 net square meters. Interested
  contractors should be aware that the units will be built to
  United States Air Force Housing standards which includes some
  American specifications, force protection measures, etc. When
  considering if the houses can be built within the specified
  lease amounts, be advised that the houses will be larger than
  British homes and include attached garages. The Government
  will leave the decision on the type of building materials used
  to the contractor?s discretion. The housing has to be of the
  same quality standards as required by the commercial market.
  The contractor will be responsible for all supporting infrastructure
  and neighborhood works (i.e. underground utilities, roads,
  playgrounds, etc.) to support the new housing area. The contract
  is to include demolition of the current housing units and associated
  infrastructure. Please be advised that during the demolition
  and construction with Phase III area, the youth center (located
  on Radcliff Road) and the elementary school (Norwich Road)
  must remain in operation with full access to the premises.
  Period of Performance for construction: 2003 - 2007, the project
  is to take place in 4 phases. The Government is willing to
  accept proposals for phasing plans from the contractor. When
  the individual phases of the project are complete the contractor
  is to provide maintenance for the housing estate (including
  infrastructure, change of occupancy maintenance, emergency
  calls, etc) under a separate contract from the build-lease
  contract. Lease price: In accordance with Air Force Instructions
  for leased housing the Government can not pay more than $27,000
  per year per unit which includes rent, maintenance and utility
  cost. If possible to accomplish project within this dollar
  limitation, please provide estimates for construction and maintenance
  costs. Past Performance Have you done a project of this type
  and magnitude within the past 5 years? In the United Kingdom?
  Europe? Please provide a brief description of the project with
  a point of contact name and telephone number. Please send a
  letter of interest, answers to the questions above, and/or
  any inquiries to the 48th Contracting Squadron, ATTN: Chiretta
  BoClair, Bldg. 55, Marham Road, RAF Feltwell, Thetford, Norfolk
  IP26 4HL (international) or the military APO address above.
  You can also email the information to chiretta.boclair@lakenheath.af.mil
  Telephone number: 01638 52 7203 or international 01144 1638
  527203 The letter should include company name, point of contact,
  address with post code, telephone and fax number, and e-mail
  address if available.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/USAFE/48CONSLGC/F61775-01-house/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2W1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: DHHS, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service, 115 4th Avenue
  Southeast, Room 309 Federal Building, Aberdeen, South Dakota
  57401
SUBJECT: Y--CONSTRUCTION OF A REPLACEMENT WATERLINE IN THE FORT
  THOMPSON COMMUNITY ON THE CROW CREEK INDIAN RESERVATION, SD
SOL 241-BI-01-3487
DUE 100301
POC Robin Claymore or Carol J. Johnson, Contract Specialists
  at (605) 226-7567
DESC: This is an amendment to the Solicitation No. 241-01-BI-3487,
  the response date for the receipt for bids is October 03, 2001.
  All else remains the same.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V353)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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--RE-STUCCO GARDEN PERIMETER AND BOUNDARY FENCES, TUMACACORI
  NATIONAL HISTORIC PLACE
SOL Q8601010113
DUE 092101
POC Mikki Darr at (602) 640-5250, extension 227
DESC: The scope of this project involves the rehabilitation of
  a historic adobe- constructed wall with a cement-lime plaster,
  around the perimeter of a courtyard garden wall. Approximately
  2,800 square feet of surface area will require a new stucco
  coating, including a 2-foot-wide cap on the top of the wall.
  Where crack repair is necessary, the existing coat of cement
  plaster shall be removed and a slip sheet shall be fastened
  to the adobe substrate. This removal and treatment is required
  only where vertical cracks exist on the garden perimeter wall.
  The stucco coat may be either a two-coat synthetic system or
  a conventional three-coat system consisting of a scratch coat,
  brown coat, and a color coat. For a distance of approximately
  194 linear feet, the contract will require excavation to the
  wall footing with backfill of drainage rock within a 1-foot
  distance from the wall to allow for proper drainage along the
  wall. This project also includes repairing vertical cracks
  and application of a new stucco coating to approximately 26,100
  square feet of wall surface. Where crack repair is necessary,
  the existing cement plaster coating will have to be removed
  down to the adobe substrate to 5 feet on either side of the
  crack. A slip sheet will be fastened to the adobe substrate
  before application of the new stucco coating over the entire
  wall and 2-foot-wide concrete cap area. The stucco coat may
  be either a two-coat synthetic sytem or a conventional three-coat
  system consisting of a scratch coat, brown coat, and a color
  coat. Technical questions regarding this solicitation may be
  directed to Steve Gastellum at (520) 398-2341, ext. 32. For
  copies of the solicitation, fax a request to Mikki Darr at
  (602) 640-5265. Quotes will be accepted through 4:00 p.m. on
  September 21, 2001. The price range of this project is estimated
  to be between $25,000 and $100,000. This solicitation is open
  to both small and large businesses. One award will be made
  utilizing simplified acquisition procedures based upon a best
  value determination. 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V271)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Commander, Southern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering
  Command, 2155 Eagle Drive, P. O. Box 190010, North Charleston,
  SC 29419-9010
SUBJECT: Z--UPGRADE AND REPAIR ELEVATED WATER TANKS WITH MANDATORY
  SITE VISIT REQUIRED
SOL N62467-01-Q-8345
DUE 083101
POC Lori Chestnut (843) 764-4112 ext. 3046
DESC: The Naval Weapons Station, Goose Creek, SC has the following
  requirement; (1) MANDATORY SITE VISIT REQUIRED, POC TO SCHEDULE
  SITE VISIT IS JIMMY LECROY AT (843) 764-4112 EXT 3027 OR CELLULAR
  NUMBER (843) 296-8049. (2) REQUIREMENT TO UPGRADE AND REPAIR
  ELEVATED 750,000 GALLON WATER TANK. (3) WORK TO BE IN ACCORDANCE
  WITH ALL AWWA AND OSHA STANDARDS (4) WORK INCLUDES BUT NOT
  LIMITED TO VARIOUS REPAIRS OF CRACKS, CONCRETE, DRAIN VALVE,
  WELDING, AND ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL WORK AND ACCESSORIES RELATED
  TO/NECESSARY FOR A COMPLETE AND OPERATIONAL SYSTEM/END REQUIREMENT
  TO PERFORM THE DETAILED UPGRADES AND REPAIRS TO THE ELEVATED
  WATER TANK. (4) CONTRACTOR MUST BRING PROOF OF VEHICLE INSURANCE
  AND DRIVERS LICENSE TO OBTAIN NECESSARY SECURITY PASSES. (5)
  CONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL PERMITS, LICENSES, BONDING,
  ENVIRONMENTAL, CONFINED SPACE, FALL PROTECTION AND SAFETY PLANS
  IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.
  (6) ANY CRANE OR HOISTING TYPE OF MACHINE MUST BE INSPECTED
  BY THE PUBLIC WORKS TRANSPORTATION DEPT PRIOR TO ENTERING GOVERNMENT
  PROPERTY IN ACCORDANCE WITH WPNSTACHASINST 11262.2 DTD 19JUN99.
  (6) CONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING REFERENCES
  WITH NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS. (7) UNRESTRICTED SOLICITATION
  (8) ESTIMATED BETWEEN $25,000 AND $100,000. *****
LINKURL: www.esol.navfac.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: chestnutlh@efdsouth.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V293)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: US Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, ATTN:
  ATZL-GCC, 600 Thomas Avenue, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1389
SUBJECT: Z--Z - SERVICES
SOL DABT19-01-Q-1033
DUE 092001
POC Tausha Freeman, 913-684-1636
DESC:  Work consists of furnishing all plant, labor, equipment,
  and materials necessary to secure the computer floors of an
  office building. The work to be performed includes but is not
  limited to: installing all necessary conduit and fittings from
  the control p anel to 3 PIR and 8 Door Switch locations; installing
  a new set of metal double doors and hardware; relocating the
  existing Card Key Reader and its components from the South
  door of the conference and activity rooms; installing new Key
  Entry Door lock wher e Card Key Reader locking mechanism was
  removed; installing 9 gauge chain link security fencing; installing
  expanded metal security screen below the raised flooring; and
  removing the existing chain gate located at the entrance of
  computer room. The magnit ude of this construction project
  is between $25,000.00 and $100,000.00. This will be a firm-fixed
  price contract subject to the availability of funds. This acquisition
  is a Total Small Business Set-Aside. The North American Industry
  Classification Syste ms (NAICS) is 235310 with a small business
  size standard of $7 million for three (3) preceding fiscal
  years. The Request for Quotations (RFQ) will be issued on or
  about August 31, 2001. Bidders must be registered in the Central
  Contractor Registration (C CR) database in order to receive
  award. All requests for this RFQ should be in writing and reference
  the Solicitation Number: DABT19-01-Q-1033. Contractors shall
  include complete company name, mailing address including the
  Zip Code + 4, phone and fax num bers, Taxpayer Identification
  Number (TIN), business size (small or large business), cage
  code, and DUNS number. Also indicated if you are a woman-owned,
  minority, veteran-owned, or hubzone business. Your request
  may be faxed to Tausha Freeman at 913-684 -1641.
LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: freemant@leavenworth.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2B5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard
  (USCG), = Commanding Officer (fp), USCG Integrated Support
  Command Kodiak, P.O. = Box 195018, Kodiak, AK, 96619-5023
SUBJECT: Z--LOCKSMITH SERVICES
SOL DTCG45-01-Q01084
DUE 092101
POC Eric Mead, Lead Purchasing Agent, Phone 907-487-5180x127,
  Fax = 907-487-5891, Email emead@cgalaska.uscg.mil - Eric Mead,
  Lead = Purchasing Agent, Phone 907-487-5180x127, Fax 907-487-5891,
  Email = emead@cgalaska.uscg.mil
DESC: Provide Locksmith Services at U.S. Coast Guard, Integrated
  = Support Command, Kodiak, Alaska for the period 01 October
  2001 through = 30 September 2002. The services include, but
  are not limited to: = servicing, changing combination, manipulation
  and penetration on all = classes of GSA containers (safes),
  maintaining and operating = established locking systems, combinating
  I/C cores, keying doors and = repairing all manner of hardware
  and lock sets for all facilities and = ships on ISC Kodiak.
  Contractor will be required to work Government = established
  hours and respond to emergency jobs 24 hours a day within 2
  = hours of call. Contractor must be able to obtain a secret
  security = clearance through a National Security background
  check. Contract = dollar amount is estimated under $50,000.
  Contractor will be selected = based on the lowest hourly rate
  and documented experience and = qualifications. The proposed
  contract is a small business set-aside. = All responsible sources
  that submit a written quotation will be = considered. SUBMITTALS
  DUE BEFORE AWARD. Additional = specifications/requirements
  are contained in the Statement of Work that = will be included
  with Request for Quotation documents, when they are = mailed
  in approximately two weeks. Solicitation issue date is = approximately
  August 24, 2001. Written quotes will be due on/about = September
  21, 2001. For a solicitation package, please send a WRITTEN
  = REQUEST to: USCG, ISC Kodiak, Procurement Branch, ATTN: Mr.
  E. Mead, = PO Box 195018, Kodiak, Alaska 99619-5018 OR fax
  written request to = (907) 487-5891 OR email to emead@cgalaska.uscg.mil.
  Please provide a = mailing address, telephone number, fax number,
  and email address. = NAICS Code: 561622.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/COUSCGISCK/DTCG45-01-Q01084/listing=
  .html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2C9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, 45 West Street,
  Fort Drum, NY 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--Z-AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM UPGRADE IN BLDG P-10690,
  NEW YORK
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0004
DUE 091701
POC Annie Semo, 315-772-6502
DESC:  Reference previous synopsis published July 16, 2001, subject
  solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001. If you experience
  website access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473
  for the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded
  to yo u. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing
  address as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders
  Mailing List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors
  who requested and received copies of the solicitation, in order
  to forward any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation
  is on our website, and barring internet access problems, still
  remains the primary source for the solicitation and amendments.
LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: semoa@drum.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2I4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, 45 West Street,
  Fort Drum, NY 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--Z-HVAC UPGRADE IN BLDG P-2300, NEW YORK
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0011
DUE 091701
POC Annie Semo, 315-772-6502
DESC:  Reference previous synopsis published July 16, 2001, subject
  solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001. If you experience
  website access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473
  for the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded
  to yo u. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing
  address as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders
  Mailing List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors
  who requested and received copies of the solicitation, in order
  to forward any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation
  is on our website, and barring internet access problems, still
  remains the primary source for the solicitation and amendments.
LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: semoa@drum.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2I5)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, 45 West Street,
  Fort Drum, NY 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--Z-AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM UPGRADE IN BLDG P-10690,
  NEW YORK
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0012
DUE 091801
POC Annie Semo, 315-772-6502
DESC:  Reference previous synopsis published July 16, 2001, subject
  solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001. If you experience
  website access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473
  for the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded
  to yo u. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing
  address as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders
  Mailing List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors
  who requested and received copies of the solicitation, in order
  to forward any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation
  is on our website, and barring internet access problems, still
  remains the primary source for the solicitation and amendments.
LINKURL: http://acquisition.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: semoa@drum.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2I6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: DA, Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, New York 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM UPGRADE IN BLDG P-10690,
  NEW YORK
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0012
DUE 091801
POC Contract Specialist, Kelly Taranto, Contracting Officer,
  Sandra A. Brown, (315) 772-5443
DESC: Reference previous synopsis published July 16, 2001, subject
  solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001. If you experience
  website access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473
  for the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded
  to you. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing
  address as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders
  Mailing List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors
  who requested and received copies of the solicitation, in order
  to forward any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation
  is on our website, and barring internet access problems, still
  remains the primary source for the solicitation and amendments.

LINKURL: http://155.215.113.202/scripts/RFPManager.dll/ListSections?index=01-B-0012
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2J7)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: DA, Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, New York 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--HVAC UPGRADE IN BLDG P-2300, NEW YORK
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0011
DUE 091701
POC Contract Specialist, Kelly Taranto, Contracting Officer,
  Sandra A. Brown, (315) 772-5443
DESC: Reference previous synopsis published July 16, 2001, subject
  solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001. If you experience
  website access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473
  for the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded
  to you. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing
  address as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders
  Mailing List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors
  who requested and received copies of the solicitation, in order
  to forward any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation
  is on our website, and barring internet access problems, still
  remains the primary source for the solicitation and amendments.

LINKURL: http://155.215.113.202/scripts/RFPManager.dll/ListSections?index=01-B-0011
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2J8)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: DA, Directorate of Contracting, Fort Drum, New York 13602-5220
SUBJECT: Z--CHAIN-LINK FENCING REQUIREMENTS, FORT DRUM, NY 
SOL DAKF36-01-B-0004
DUE 091701
POC Contract Specialist, Dannie Jennings, Contracting Officer,
  Sandra A. Brown, (315) 772-5443 
DESC: Reference previous CBD synopsis published June 26, 2001.
  Subject solicitation was issued on August 16, 2001, with a
  bid opening date of September 17, 2001. The estimated magnitude
  of project cost for the base year plus two one-year option
  periods is between $250,000.00 and $500,000.00. This acquisition
  is an unrestricted procurement; all responsible sources may
  submit a bid, which will be considered. If you experience website
  access problems, you may fax a request to (315) 772-7473 for
  the solicitation and an electronic copy will be forwarded to
  you. Please include the solicitation number, your mailing address
  as well as your email address in your request. A Bidders Mailing
  List (BML) will be maintained of those contractors who requested
  and received copies of the solicitation, in order to forward
  any amendments that may be issued. This solicitation is on
  our website, and barring internet access problems, still remains
  the primary source for the solicitation and amendments. 
LINKURL: http://155.215.113.202/scripts/RFPManager.dll/ListSections?index=01-B-0004
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2K0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Acquisition & Materiel Management (90C), VA Medical Center,
  1900 E Main St, Danville, IL 61832-5198
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE FIRE HYRANTS AND VALVES
SOL 550-17-01
DUE 092601
POC Cari Walton, Contracting Officer, #217-554-4538
DESC: The subject solicitation is cancelled in its entirety.
  There is no intention at this time to reissue this solicitation.

EMAILADD: cari.walton@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Acquisition & Materiel Management (90C), VA Medical Center,
  1900 E Main St, Danville, IL 61832-5198
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE WINDOWS, BUILDINGS 64/72
SOL 550-18-01
DUE 092501
POC Cari Walton, Contracting Officer, #217-554-4538
DESC: The subject solicitation is cancelled in its entirety.
  There is no intention at this time to reissue this solicitation.

EMAILADD: cari.walton@med.va.gov
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N6)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units,
  11th CONS, = 110 Luke Avenue Building 5681, Bolling AFB, DC,
  20332-0305
SUBJECT: Z--Z -- REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF MORTAR JOINTS
SOL Reference-Number-6000
DUE 081701
POC Michael Kelly, Contract Specialist, Phone 202-404-1215, Fax
  = 202-767-7897, Email michael.kelly@bolling.af.mil
DESC: THIS SYNOPSIS HAS BEEN CANCELED IN ITS ENTIRETY. The contractor
  shall provide all equipment, tools, materials, = personnel,
  supervision, transportation, supplies and services necessary
  = to perform repair or replacement of mortar/grout joints and
  expansion = joints for 5,100 sq. feet of granite pavers located
  at the J-link area; = of building 6000, on Bolling Air Force
  Base. The North American = Industry Classification System (NAICS)
  code for this acquisition is = 235410 and the corresponding
  SIC Code is 1741 with the size standard = being $11.5 million.
  This solicitation is unrestricted. This = solicitation will
  be distributed solely on the World Wide Web at the = following
  address beginning on or after 16 Aug 2001: = http://www.eps.gov.
  Closing date of this solicitation will be 30 = calendar days
  after the issue date. NO PAPER COPIES OF THIS = SOLICITATION
  WILL BE MAILED. This notice does not obligate the = Government
  to award a contract nor does it obligate the Government to
  = pay for any proposal preparation costs. The schedule for
  the site visit = will be listed in the RFP. CONTRACTOR SHALL
  REGISTER BY THE PROPOSAL = DUE DATE IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED
  FOR AWARD. Registration may be = obtained at the following
  web site: http://www.ccr2000.com . =20 THIS SYNOPSIS HAS BEEN
  CANCELED IN ITS ENTIRETY.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/DRU/11CONS/Reference-Number-6000/listin=
  g.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: ASC/PKWOEB Area C, Bldg 1, Room 101 1940 Allbrook = Drive,
  Suite 3 Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5309, 45433
SUBJECT: Z--CONSTRUCT COMPOSITE BRIDGEWAY
SOL F33601-01-R-0045
DUE 082001
POC  Lisa Brown,937-257-6571 ext. 4129
DESC: Background "UPDATE: 17 AUG 01 Amendment #2 has been posted
  to PIXS 17 Aug 01. It contains=20 questions and answers pertaining
  to the site visit on 6 Aug=20 01. =20 PLEASE NOTE: THE PROPOSAL
  DUE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM 20=20 AUG 01 TO 22 AUG 01. =20
  =20 UPDATE: 6 Aug 01 A site visit has been scheduled for Solicitation=20
  F33601-01-R0045. The site visit is scheduled for=20 Wednesday,=20
  8 Aug 01 at 1:00 p.m. Interested contractors should meet=20
  at=20 the Area B Visitor's Center which is located off of=20
  Springfield Street at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Please
  contact Lisa Brown, ASC/PKWOEB, (937) 257-6571 X=20 4129 if
  you have any questions. =20 =20 UPDATE: 2 Aug 01 Amendment
  1 has been posted. Closing is now 4:00 p.m.=20 on=20 Monday,
  20 Aug 01. =20 =20 UPDATE: 16 Jul 01 The solicitation, specifications,
  and drawings have been=20 released. Closing is 4:00 p.m. on
  Thursday, 16 Aug 01. =20 =20 =20 =20 Project Number 010014.
  The scope of this project consists of furnishing all=20 labor,=20
  equipment, appliances, devices and materials and perform=20
  all=20 necessary operations to construct a Bridgeway between=20
  buildings 20045 and 20145. The purpose of this structure=20
  is=20 to allow transportation of research equipment and=20
  research=20 materials between these buildings. This project=20
  includes=20 various methods of construction including, but
  not=20 limited=20 to, curved extruded raised seam roof and
  fa=E7ade,=20 structural=20 steel fabrication and installation,
  HVAC, electrical,=20 composite materials and foundation work.
  Due to the=20 proposed location of this facility some site
  mitigation=20 work=20 will be required. Funds are not presently
  available for this project. No=20 award will be made under
  this solicitation until funds=20 are=20 available. The Government
  reserves the right to cancel=20 this=20 solicitation, either
  before or after the closing date. Mr. Stephen J. Plaisted has
  been appointed as Ombudsman=20 to=20 hear concerns from offerors,
  or potential offerors,=20 during=20 the proposal development.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman=20 is=20 to communicate contractor
  concerns, issues,=20 disagreements,=20 and recommendations
  to the appropriate Government=20 personnel. =20 Existence of
  an Ombudsman does not diminish the=20 authority=20 of=20 the
  program director or the contracting officer. Accordingly, the
  Ombudsman does not participate in the=20 preparation of solicitations,
  and the evaluation of=20 proposals or the source selection
  process and,=20 therefore,=20 for routine matters on the individual
  solicitations,=20 please=20 contact Lisa Brown, ASC/PKWOEB,
  (937) 257-6571, ext.=20 4129. =20 When requested the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict=20 confidentiality as to the source of
  concern. Should you=20 desire to contact the Ombudsman, Mr.
  Plaisted can be=20 reached=20 at (937) 255-9095, extension
  232. Contractor must be registered in the CCR prior to award=20
  of=20 solicitations issued after 31 May 98. Tel: 1-888-CCR-2423=20
  Fax: 1-703-696-0213. Every solicitation issued after=20 31=20
  May 98 must include the clause at DFARS 252.204-7004,=20 ""Required
  Central Contractor Registration"". Duns/CCR=20 Website: http://www.ccr2000.com/.
  NOTES: 1. The solicitation, specifications, and drawings will=20
  be=20 available on the World Wide Web on or about 29 Jun 2001.
  =20 Web site address is http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil. 2. Hard
  copies of the solicitation will NOT be provided. =20 You may
  however download and print the file from the=20 World=20 Wide
  Web. 3. There is no fee for this solicitation. 4. One hard
  copy of the solicitation will be available=20 for=20 review
  in Building 260, Area C, Wright-Patterson AFB,=20 OH. 5. Registration
  page will be attached to the web site. =20 You=20 are not required
  to register. However, when you=20 register=20 you will receive
  notice of any amendments and/or=20 addendums. =20 If you have
  not registered, it will be your=20 responsibility=20 to check
  the web site for any changes to the=20 solicitation. 6. You
  shall provide a signed copy of the SF1442 at the=20 time and
  place specified in the solicitation. 7. Contractors that are
  Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed=20 for=20 Debarment are excluded
  from receiving contracts.=20 Agencies=20 also shall not consent
  to subcontract with these=20 contractors. Bids prepared by
  Debarred, Suspended or=20 otherwise ineligible contractors
  are at the risk and=20 expense=20 of the contractor. "
LINKURL: http://www.pixs.wpafb.af.mil/pixslibr/01R0045/01R0045.asp
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Lisa.Brown3@wpafb.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
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 Miami,
  15608 SW 117th Avenue, Miami, FL, 33177-1630
SUBJECT: Z--Z -- REPLACEMENT OF FIVE AIDS TO NAVIGATION IN THE
  UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER
SOL DTCG82-01-B-3WCA50
DUE 092001
POC Billie Jo Cherico, Contracting Officer, Phone 305-278-6723,
  Fax 305-278-6696, Email bcherico@ceumiami.uscg.mil
DESC: NOTE: There is no charge for the solicitation package.
  Please disregard the last announcements dated 20 July 2001
  and 07 August 2001 which required a check made payable to the
  US Coast Guard in the amount of $20.00. All checks received,
  will be returned.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DOT/USCG/USCGCEUM/DTCG82-01-B-3WCA50/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2W6)

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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 Education and Training
  Command, Sheppard AFB Contracting Office, 82d Contracting Squadron
  136 K Avenue Ste 1, Sheppard AFB, TX, 76311-2746
SUBJECT: Z--TRIM TREES AND/OR BROKEN LIMBS AND REMOVE STORM DAMAGED
  TREES FROM BASE HOUSING AREAS
SOL F41612-01-T-0144
DUE 090701
POC Brandy Knisley, Contract Specialist, Phone (940) 676-5188,
  Fax (940) 676-3784, Email Brandy.Knisley@sheppard.af.mil -
  Shirley Story, Contracting Officer, Phone (940) 676-4440, Fax
  (940) 676-3784, Email Shirley.Story@sheppard.af.mil
DESC: SEE SOLICITATION
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AETC/ShepAFBCO/F41612-01-T-0144/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V305)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Phoenix Area Indian Health Service, Division of Acquisition
  Management, Two Renaissance Square, 40 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,
  AZ 85004-4424
SUBJECT: Z--RAIN GUTTER INSTALLATION
SOL RFP 877
DUE 092401
POC Sonia Nelson, (602) 364-5022; Rudolph Buckman, (602) 364-5015
DESC: The proposed contract is 100% set-aside for Native American
  Indian and Alaskan Nativer owned businesses under the Buy Indian
  Act. The contractor shall provide all materials, labor, tools,
  equipment and travel in connection with the rain gutter installation
  at the Indian Health Service Keams Canyon Health Care Center,
  Keams Canyon, Arizona in accordance with Solicitation RFP 877.
  For informational purposed the estimated price range for this
  project is between $25,000 and $100,000. The solicitation package
  will be available on July 2, 2001 at Phoenix Area IHS, Two
  Renaissance Square, 40 N. Central Avenue, #507, Phoenix, AZ
  85004. Submit a written request by fax (602-364-5030). Proposals
  are due on Monday, September 24, 2001 at 4:30PM (local time).
  No faxed proposals will be accepted.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V316)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Phoenix Area Indian Health Service, Division of Acquisition
  Management, Two Renaissance Square, 40 N. Central Ave., Phoenix,
  AZ 85004-4424
SUBJECT: Z--RAIN GUTTER INSTALLATION
SOL RFP 877
DUE 092401
POC Sonia Nelson, (602) 364-5022; Rudolph Buckman, (602) 364-5015
DESC: Modify solicitation package release date to August 24,
  2001. Proposals are due on Monday September 24, 2001 at 4:30pm
  (local time)
CITE: (W-229 SN50V320)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Contracting
  Officer (90C), 4100 West Third Street, Dayton, OH 45428
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE FOUNDATION DRAINS
SOL IFB 552-13-01
DUE 092001
POC Kathy Laffey-Miller 937-267-3952
DESC: The correct estimated cost range is between $100,000.00
  and $250,000.00.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V326)

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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 Force Space Command,
  341CONS, = 7015 Goddard Drive, Malmstrom AFB, MT, 59402-6863
SUBJECT: Z--INSTALL SECURITY GATES AT MISSILE ALERT FACILITIES
SOL F2460401R0041
DUE 100401
POC Charles Belcher, Contract Administrator, Phone 406-731-4007,
  = Fax 406-731-3748, Email charles.belcher@malmstrom.af.mil
  - Dale = Spitzer, Contracting Officer, Phone 406-731-4023,
  Fax 406-731-4005, = Email dale.spitzer@malmstrom.af.mil
DESC: Work consists of providing all labor, equipment, materials,
  = transportation, quality control and supervision necessary
  to replace 6 = facility gates at the Missile Alert Facilities
  at Malmstrom AFB MT in = accordance with the specifications
  and drawings. This acquisition has = an option year for 7 gates.
  Request For Proposal will be issued on or = about 4 Sep 01.
  Request For Proposal will close on or about 4 Oct 01. = Performance
  period 365 calendar days. A Notice to Proceed will be = issued
  when funding becomes available. The acquisition is open = competition
  for large and small business in accordance with the Small =
  Business Competitive Demonstration Program. The Request For
  Proposal = is available only on the internet at http://www.eps.gov.
  All = responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be
  considered by = the agency. Potential contractors must be registered
  in the Central = Contractor Registry to be eligible for award.
  (See internet site: = https://www.ccr.dlsc.dla.mil) The magnitude
  of this project is between = $500,000 and $1,000,000. Standard
  Industrial Code is 1799.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/341CONS/F2460401R0041/listing.html=
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V340)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 43rd
  CONS, = 1443 Reilly Rd Suite C, Pope AFB, NC, 28308-2896
SUBJECT: Z--Z -- PAVING SERVICES
SOL F31601-01-R-0014
DUE 091901
POC Brooke Boyd, Contract Specialist, Phone 910-394-8002, Fax
  = 910-394-6279, Email brooke.boyd@pope.af.mil - John Howard,
  Contracting = Officer, Phone (910) 394-6638, Fax (910) 394-6279,
  Email = john.howard@pope.af.mil
DESC: This solicitation is a Request for Proposal and is issued
  on a = 100% set-aside basis to HUBZONE small business firms
  registered with = the Central Contractor Registration (CCR).
  Provide paving services on = Pope AFB, NC, to include furnishing
  all plant, labor, equipment and = materials for pavement work
  associated with the repair and construction = of runways, taxiways,
  aircraft aprons, streets and parking lots; = sidewalks; curb/gutters;
  landscaping; removal, cleanup and disposal of = structures,
  and other work. All responsive offers will be considered =
  by the agency. The North American Industry Classification System
  = (NAICS) is 234110 and the size standard $27.5 million applies.
  = Performance period is 1 Oct 2001 through 30 Sep 2002, plus
  four option = years. All prospective offerors must have a Commercial
  and Government = Entity (CAGE) Code and be registered with
  Central Contractor = Registration (CCR) at http://www.ccr2000.com/.
  Release of the = solicitation will be via the Internet only.
  Interested parties may = download the solicitation from http://www.eps.gov.
  No paper copies of = this solicitation will be issued. The
  website at = http://www.maxview.com contains MaxView Reader,
  the free program = necessary to view and print all drawings
  for this project. Click on = Download and register to download
  the program to your computer. To = view drawings, click on
  the file named Adstand and page through the = drawings. When
  the solicitation is posted, it is imperative that = interested
  parties review the website frequently for any = updates/amendments.
  Alternate POC: Mr. John Howard, Contracting Officer, Phone
  (910) = 394-6638, Email john.howard@pope.af.mil
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AMC/43CONS/F31601-01-R-0014/listing.htm=
  l
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V345)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: VA Medical Center, Attn: Contracting Officer (90C), 1670
  Clairmont Rd., Decatur, GA 30033
SUBJECT: Z--REPLACE AIR HANDLING UNITS IN MAIN TOWER
SOL RFP 508-54-01
DUE 082001
POC Rob Joshua (404) 728-4825
DESC: CORRECTION: SOL corrected to IFB 508-54-01. Issue date
  changed to 17 August 2001 (8/17/01). Bid Opening Date is 17
  September 2001 (9/17/01) @ 2:00 PM (EST) at VAMC-Atlanta. All
  other information remains the same as submission No. 50R116.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V389)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: National Park Service, Hot Springs National Park, PO
  Box 1860, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71902-1860
SUBJECT: Z--MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, AND ALTERATION OF REAL PROPERTY
SOL RQ7300B0035
DUE 091901
POC Donna K. Ingle, 501/624-3383x605
DESC: Replace concrete sidewalk in Hot Springs National Park,
  Arkansas. Copies can be requested by faxing to 501/624-1536.
  Range is less than $100,000. Set aside for small business.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer that will be considered.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: US Forest Service, Northern Province Acquisitions, Eureka
  Office, 1330 Bayshore Way, Eureka, CA 95501
SUBJECT: Z--DECOMMISSION SEGMENTS OF FOREST SERVICE ROADS 18N09
  AND 18N13
SOL RFQ R5NP-10-01-216
DUE 090201
POC Sue Ray (707) 441-3668 FAX (707) 445-8677
DESC: Z--Decommission segments of Forest Roads 18N09 and 18N13
  on the Smith River National Recreation Area, Gasquet Ranger
  District, Six Rivers National Forest. Work includes channel
  construction, placement of riprap, outsloping the road prism,
  drainage excavation, removal and disposal of culverts, construction
  of waterbars and earthmound barriers and camouflaging intersections.
  This solicitation should be issued on or about September 6,
  2001. Requests for this package must be in writing and may
  be FAXed to (707) 445-8677 or mailed to the above address.
EMAILADD: sray@fs.fed.us
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3D3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
OFFADD: Officer in Charge, Field Office New Orleans Area, Naval
  Support Activity, Building 157, 2300 General Meyer Avenue,
  New Orleans, LA 70142-5007
SUBJECT: Z--FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM, BUILDING 703, NAVAL SUPPORT
  ACTIVITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA
SOL N62467-00-R-6681
DUE 091101
POC Ms. Delia M. Owens, (504) 678-2617 and/or Mr. David A. Rader
  (504) 678-9082
DESC: FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM, BLDG. 703 AT THE NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY,
  NEW ORLEANS, LA. The work includes the installation of new
  Fire Protection Sprinkler System, modifications and additions
  to existing Fire Alarm System. Repairs to existing building
  construction to suit the mechanical and electrical work. Asbestos
  Hazard: Testing of existing materials shows no presence of
  asbestos. Therefore, there is no asbestos work in this project.
  Lead Paint Hazard: Inspections of existing materials indicates
  no lead paint presence. Therefore, there is no lead paint work
  in this project and incidental related work. The estimated
  cost range is between $250,000 and $500,000. The NAICS is 234990;
  the applicable size standard is $27,500,000. This solicitation
  is issued on an unrestricted basis. The method of procurement
  will be competitive source selection requiring both a price
  and technical proposal. This solicitation will be issued via
  the Internet. Prospective offeros must register themselves
  on the Internet at http://esol.navfac.navy.mil. The planholders
  list will be maintained and can be printed from the website.
  Amendments will be posted on the website for downloading ad
  will be the only method of distribution. It is the offeror's
  responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments
  issued to the solicitation. The site visit/preproposal conference
  will be held on 24 August 2001 at 0900 in Building 157 at the
  Naval Support Activity, New Orleans, LA. Proposals will be
  due on 11 September 2001. Inquiries may be submitted electronically
  to Ms. Delia Owens ab owensdm@efdsouth.navfac.navy.mil. Telephonic
  or mailed inquiries will not receive a response.
LINKURL: http://www.esol.navfac.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: owensdm@efdsouth.navfac.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3G9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SERVICES
CLASSCOD: Z--Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property--Potential
  Sources Sought
OFFADD: DOI, Fish and Wildlife Service, CGS-Mail Stop 60181,
  P.O Box 25486, DFC, Denver, CO 80225
SUBJECT: Z--REPAIR AND REPLACE FENCE
SOL 60181-1-Q704
POC Germaine Sylliaasen, Contracting Officer, 303-236-5412, x238
DESC: Y--Project to remove/construct 52,800 linear feed of interior
  and boundary 4-wire barbed fence and appurtenances. All materials
  to be Government Furnished. This project is located at Kirwin
  National Wildlife Refuge, Kirwin, Kansas. The estimated price
  range is under $100,000.00. Interested firms should submit
  a request by August 31, 2001, via faxogram, number 303-236-4791.
  Submit along with your request, your full company name, address,
  contact and phone number. This acquisition is set-aside for
  small businesses only. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y0)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 10--Weapons
OFFADD: Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1162
  Bldg 2521, 300 Highway 361, Crane, Indiana 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 10--RAIL INTERFACE SYSTEM AND M203 QUICK DETACH MOUNTING
  BRACKET 
SOL N00164-01-R-0158
DUE 090401
POC Sherry Wikle, Code 1162, telephone 812-854-3691
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 N00164-01-R-0158 is hereby issued
  as a Request for Proposal (RFP) on a Sole-Source basis to Knights
  Armament Company at 7750 9th Street SW, Vero Beach, Florida
  32968. These items retain design/configuration/logistic consistency
  with existing SOPMOD components, which are currently fielded.
  Incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-27 and DCN 20001213. The North
  American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) Code for this
  procurement is 332994 and the size standard is 1000 employees.
  This requirement is for the following: CLIN 0001 this CLIN
  shall consist of 200 each Rail Interface System consists of
  P/N 97098 (one each), P/N 95047 (4 each), P/N 97168 (2 each),
  P/N 97166 (1 each) and P/N 97164 (2 each). CLIN 0002 this CLIN
  shall consist of 500 each M203 Quick Detach Mounting Bracket,
  P/N 96174. Delivery is required F.o.b. Crane, Indiana at Receiving
  Officer, ATTN: Anita Tuttle, Code 4081, NAVSURFWARCENDIV, 300
  Highway 361, Crane, Indiana 47522 within 90 days after contract
  award. Selection for award will be based upon award to responsible
  contractor whose prices can be determined fair and reasonable.
  Offers 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. See
  numbered note 22. 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: 52.203-3; 52.211-14 (DO X ); 52.211-15;
  52.212-1; 52.212-3 Alt l [FILL-IN] (NOTE: paragraph (b) of
  52.212-3 is not applicable); NOTE: This provision MUST be filled
  out completely and submitted with the offer. 52.212-4; 52-212-5
  (incorporating 52.219-4; 52.219-8; 52.222-21; 52.222-26; 52.222-35;
  52.222-36; 52.222-37; 52.225-13; 52.232-33;); 52.215-05 ( fax
  # (812) 854-3717); 52.242-15; 252.204-7004; 252.212-7000; 252.212-7001
  (incorporating 252.225-7001; 252.225-7012; 252.243-7002; 252.247-7023).
  The offeror shall provide its Commercial and Government Entity
  (CAGE) Code, Contractor Establishment Code and Tax Identification
  Number. To be eligible for award, the contractor 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 consideration
  for future discussions and/or award. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer, which will be considered by the agency.
  Offers and questions may be directed to S. Wikle via telephone
  at (812) 854-3691, Fax (812) 854-3717, or email address wikle_s@crane.navy.mil.
  Complete mailing address is: Contracting Officer, ATTN: Ms.
  S. Wikle, Code 1162ND, 300 Highway 361, Crane, IN 47522-5001.
  Reference the above solicitation number when responding to
  this notice. All required information must be received on or
  before 12:00 noon Eastern Standard Time on 4 Sep 2001. The
  mission at NAVSEA Crane is to provide quality and responsive
  acquisition services for this Command. In an effort to continue
  to improve our services, NAVSEA Crane is conducting a survey
  of our vendors. This survey may be found on the World Wide
  Web at the following address: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/VendorSurvey.htm.
  Your comments will help us determine if we are accomplishing
  this and show us ways to improve our processes. Please consider
  taking the time to complete the survey. 
LINKURL: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: wikle_s@crane.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2K1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 12--Fire Control Equipment
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 12--WINDOW, OPTICAL INSTR
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0128
POC Marilyn Williamson, Contract Specialist, (309) 782-5108
DESC: NSN: 1240-01-218-7328, Part Number: 9376977. The item to
  procure is a Window Optical, Instrument made from Germanium
  material, that is 6.806 inches x inches 7.290inches x .0510
  inches thick. Both front and rear surfaces are coated to provide
  89 percent transmittance at 8.0 to 11.7 micrometers. Requirements
  are 290 each, Window Optical, Instrument. FOB is DESTINATION.
  For use on the M1 Tank. Estimated issue date is 5 September
  2001. The proposed contract will include a 100 percent option
  per year for three years. Proposed contract is 100% small business
  set-aside. This solicitation will be issued electronically
  in accordance with FAR 4.501, 5.102(a)(7) and 14.205-1(c) therefore
  hardcopies will not be provided. Vendors wishing an electronic
  copy may download it on or after the issue date by accessing
  the following address via the internet: http://aais.ria.army.mil/aais/SOLINFO/index.htm.
  CAUTION: This solicitation will be issued electronically as
  will any amendments thereto. Because of this, the Government
  is under no obligation and is in fact unable to maintain a
  bidders mailing list. It is therefore incumbent upon any interested
  parties to periodically access the above internet address in
  order to obtain any amendments which may be issued. Failure
  to obtain any said amendments and to respond to them prior
  to the date and time set for bid opening/receipt of proposals
  may render your bid or proposal nonresponsive and result in
  the rejection of same. This solicitation incorporates a Technical
  Data Package (TDP) that cannot be provided via the internet.
  Vendors who need this TDP in order to prepare a bid or proposal
  are instructed to request same by submission of an email request
  to: tacom-ri-tdp@ria.army.mil. Any said requests should contain
  the following information; CAGE Code (if available), Company
  Name, Point of Contact (optional), Street Address, City, State,
  Zip Code, Telephone Number. A TDP will be provided by normal
  mail after the solicitation has been released to the internet.
   All or a part of this action is an unfunded FY01 requirement.

CITE: (W-228 SN50V278)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 12--Fire Control Equipment
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 12--12 -- GLASS DOME
SOL SPO475-01-R-4071
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1280-01-315-4582/ARG01198041831, Glass Dome, Raytheon
  Systems = CAGE 70898. Source: Perkins Elmer Optoelectronics,
  CAGE 33030. = Specifications, plans or drawings relating to
  the procurement described = are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government. = Configuration Control. Critical
  Application Item. Other than full and = open competition. NAICS
  is 336413, Note 22, QAP 003. Delivery = Schedule: 200 DARO.
  Origin inspection required. End Item is Ta-4J, = AV-8B Aircraft.
  This is an indefinite quantity contract (IQC) with a = base
  year and four one-year option periods. ABVS applies. The final
  = contract award decision may be based upon a combination of
  price, past = performance, and other evaluation factors as
  described in this = solicitation. To be considered for this
  award, a complete solicitation = package filled out in its
  entirety must be received by this office. = This solicitation
  will not be on the Procurement Gateway. 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-4071/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2R3)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--COLLAR
SOL SP0475-01-R-3955
DUE 100501
POC Alesia Hayes, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-5593, Fax
  = (804)279-6078, Email ahayes@dscr.dla.mil - Michele Thomas,
  Supervisory = Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-3118, Fax
  (804)279-3040, Email = mthomas@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: 1560-01-157-2423, Collar, I/A/W McDonnell Douglas Drawing
  = 68A780614, Rev C, P/N 68A780614-2007. Bidset information
  is available = on the Internet via http://www.dscr.dla.mil/TDMD.
  Option to extend the = term of contract: 48 Months. Estimated
  annual quantity base year: = 280 Each. Estimated annual quantity
  for option years: 140 each. = First article testing of 2 each
  is required. Delivery schedule is 330 = days with first article
  testing and 120 days with first article waiver. = Surge provisions
  apply. 100% small business set-aside. Full and open = competition
  after exclusion of sources. Critical application item with
  = Origin inspection. The final contract award decision may
  be based upon = a combination of price past performance and
  other evaluation factors as = described in the solicitation.
  Note 26 applies. 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. The = solicitation issue date
  is September 5, 2001.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SP0475-01-R-3955/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2A7)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural 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: 15--SOLE SOURCE TO NORTHROP GRUMMAN - SEAL, SPECIAL
  SHAPED
SOL F34601-02-Q-83521
DUE 101901
POC Kelley Miller, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-3926, Fax
  = 405 739-2817, Email kelley.miller@tinker.af.mil - Dann Pettit,
  Buyer, = Email dann.pettit@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LADAB
  DIR CONTRACTING/AIRCRAFT 3001 STAFF DR STE 2AG/85A TINKER =
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3020 FAIRING SOL F34601-02-Q-83521,
  = OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  = contact Kelley Miller/LADAB/[405]739-2819 Item 0001 NSN =
  5330-01-379-5267FW P/N: DAA3121A629-007, 6 EA. Destn: Tinker
  Air Force = Base Ok 73145-3020. Delivery: 31 JAN 2003, 8 ea.
  The approximate = issue/response date will be 4 SEP 01. The
  anticipated award date will = be 09 NOV 01. Written procedure
  will be used for this solicitation. = To: NORTHROP GRUMMAN
  1 HORNET WAY M/S RH53/W7 EL SEGUNDO, CA = 90245-2804 . All
  responsible sources solicited may submit a bid, = proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C.
  = 2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or Services) required
  are = available from only one or a limited number of responsible
  source(s) = and no other type of supplies or services will
  satisfy agency = requirements. Note: An Ombudsman has been
  appointed to hear concerns = from offerors or potential Offerors
  during the proposal development = phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to = diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, = but to communicate
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When = requested,
  the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to =
  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 Ombudsman at (405)
  736-3273. DO NOT = CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS.
  Note: Faxed solicitation = requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/LADAB,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, = FAX NUMBER (405)739-2817.=20 POINT
  OF CONTACT: Kelley Miller, Contract Negotiator, Phone: 405
  739-2819, Fax: 405 = 739-2817, Email:=20 Kelley.Miller@tinker.af.mil
  Dann D. Pettit, Contracting Officer, Email: =20 Dann.Pettit@tinker.af.mil
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-83521/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q0)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--15 -- SUPPORT, STRUCTURAL
SOL SPO475-01-R-4066
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1560-01-373-0244/YPG01193000652, Support, Structural,
  = McDonnell Douglas Corp, CAGE 76301, DWG 75A321134 REV "A",
  Changes = F1163 & G1415, P/N 75A321134-2005. Source: Shawnee
  Mfg, CAGE 0K3P3. = Specifications, plans or drawings relating
  to the procurement described = are not available and cannot
  be furnished by the Government. = Configuration Control. Origin
  Inspection Required. Critical = Application Item. Other than
  full and open competition. NAICS is = 336413, Note 22, QAP
  007. Delivery Schedule: 194 DARO. 100% option = is included.
  Quantity 53. Location SW3113 Def Distr Depot, Cherry = Point,
  NC. End Item AV-8B Aircraft. ABVS applies. The final contract
  = award decision may be based upon a combination of price,
  past = performance, and other evaluation factors as described
  in the = solicitation. To be considered for this award, a complete
  solicitation = package filled out in its entirety must be received
  by this office. = This solicitation will not be on the Procurement
  Gateway. 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-4066/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q5)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural 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: 15--SOLE SOURCE TO NORTHROP GRUMMAN - SEAL, SPECIAL
  SHAPED
SOL F34601-01-Q-57357
DUE 101901
POC Kelley Miller, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-3926, Fax
  = 405 739-2817, Email kelley.miller@tinker.af.mil - Dann Pettit,
  Buyer, = Email dann.pettit@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LADAB
  DIR CONTRACTING/AIRCRAFT 3001 STAFF DR STE 2AG/85A TINKER =
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3020 FAIRING SOL F34601-01-Q-57357,
  = OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional information
  = contact Kelley Miller/LADAB/[405]739-2819 Item 0001 NSN =
  5330-01-379-5267FW P/N: DAA3121A629-007, 8 EA. Destn: Tinker
  Air Force = Base Ok 73145-3020. Delivery: 31 JAN 2003, 8 ea.
  The approximate = issue/response date will be 4 SEP 01. The
  anticipated award date will = be 09 NOV 01. Written procedure
  will be used for this solicitation. = To: NORTHROP GRUMMAN
  1 HORNET WAY M/S RH53/W7 EL SEGUNDO, CA = 90245-2804 . All
  responsible sources solicited may submit a bid, = proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C.
  = 2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or Services) required
  are = available from only one or a limited number of responsible
  source(s) = and no other type of supplies or services will
  satisfy agency = requirements. Note: An Ombudsman has been
  appointed to hear concerns = from offerors or potential Offerors
  during the proposal development = phase of this acquisition.
  The purpose of the Ombudsman is not to = diminish the authority
  of the program director or contracting officer, = but to communicate
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When = requested,
  the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to =
  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 Ombudsman at (405)
  736-3273. DO NOT = CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS.
  Note: Faxed solicitation = requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/LADAB,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, = FAX NUMBER (405)739-2817.=20 POINT
  OF CONTACT: Kelley Miller, Contract Negotiator, Phone: 405
  739-2819, Fax: 405 = 739-2817, Email:=20 Kelley.Miller@tinker.af.mil
  Dann D. Pettit, Contracting Officer, Email: =20 Dann.Pettit@tinker.af.mil
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-01-Q-57357/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q9)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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--FUSELAGE PARTS KIT
SOL SP047501R4060
DUE 101501
POC Jason Williams, Contract Specialist, 804-279-5618; Michele
  Thomas, Contracting Officer, 804-279-3118
DESC: 1560-01-434-5776, Fuselage Parts Kit, Lockheed Martin P/N
  16RB486-1 REV E. Exception to drawing: Use Ogden Air Logistics
  Center AFMC Form 221 dated 7/10/2001. Also special instructions
  are provided for this NSN. An "export control" technical data
  package (TDP) exists for this NSN. Technical data will only
  be released to contractors authorized/certified by Defense
  Logistics Service Center. Certified requesters should submit
  TDP requests to DSCR-VABA via internet, mail, fax or phone.
  Internet address is http://www.dscr.dla.mil/tdmd (all lowercase).
  Mailing address is Defense Supply Center Richmond, ATTN: DSCR-VABA,
  Richmond, VA 23297-5615; Fax 804-279-4946; Phone 804-279-3356.
  Please provide export control certification number with request.
  If certification is required, request a DD Form 2345, Military
  Critical Technical Data Agreement, from Defense Logistics Services
  Center, DLSC-FBA, Federal Center, Battle Creek, MI 49017-3084.
  Technical Data Packages may be requested before release of
  solicitation. This procurement is set-aside for small businesses.
  Full and open competition. Origin inspection required. FOB
  is destination; ship 45 kits to Tracy, CA and 36 kits to New
  Cumberland, PA. Total requested quantity is 81 kits. Solicitation
  will be posted to Procurement Gateway. Anticipated solicitation
  posting date is 13 Sept 2001 with a closing date of 15 Oct
  2001. To request a written copy of a RFP 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: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: jwilliams@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2T4)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--15 -- TRANSPARENCY, CANOPY
SOL SPO475-01-R-4072
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1560-01-256-8148/ARG01200041831, Transparency, Canopy,
  = McDonnell Douglas Corp., CAGE 76301. Source: Pilkington Aerospace,
  = CAGE 86175. Specifications, plans or drawings relating to
  the = procurement described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the = Government. Configuration Control. Critical
  Application Item. Other = than full and open competition. NAICS
  is 336413, Note 22, QAP 007. = Delivery Schedule: 200 DARO.
  Origin inspection required. End Item is = AV-8B Aircraft. This
  is an indefinite quantity contract (IQC) with a = base year
  and four one-year option periods. ABVS applies. The final =
  contract award decision may be based upon a combination of
  price, past = performance, and other evaluation factors as
  described in this = solicitation. To be considered for this
  award, a complete solicitation = package filled out in its
  entirety must be received by this office. = This solicitation
  will not be on the Procurement Gateway. 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-4072/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U1)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 15--Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 15--C-5 DOOR, ENTRY ASSY
SOL SP0470-01-R-3929
DUE 092101
POC David Ebner, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-5558, Fax
  = (804)279-6443, Email debner@dscr.dla.mil - Anthony Anders,
  Supervisory = Contract Specialist, Phone 8042793920, Fax 8042796443,
  Email = aanders@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: Purchase Request Number: YPG00166000259, NSN: 1560-00-834-4316,
  = Door, Entry Assy, Lockheed Martin Corp., Cage: 98897, P/N:
  4E12102-101A = REV "M". First Article Government Testing is
  required. Delivery = Schedule: FAT: 180 DARO, T&E: 120 days,
  Production: 180 DAFAA. = Procurement is a total Small Business
  Set Aside. Quantity: 26 each. A = 100% Quantity Option is included
  in the solicitation. DSCR does not = currently have an approved
  technical data package available for this = NSN . Please DO
  NOT submit request to DSCR-VABA. If you are not = currently
  listed in the item description, you must submit a complete
  = technical data package for review and approval. 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. Estimated Opening = date: Sep.
  7, 2001.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SP0470-01-R-3929/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V313)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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--CONTROLLER,AIR PRES
SOL N0038301QB305
DUE 092601
POC Contact Point, Thomas Rohan, 0231.16, (215)697-2326, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-1660-01-256-7673-EE, Ref Nr 123AV53349-3, 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". , drwgs/specs
  not available, See Note 22*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN50V2H1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--16 -- ACTUATOR, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL
SOL SPO475-01-R-4069
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1680-01-151-6421/YPG01186002141, Actuator, Electro-Mechanic,
  = Specification Control Drawing, Naval Air System Command,
  CAGE 30003, = DWG 1534AS394 REV "F", P/N 1534AS394. Specifications,
  plans or drawings = relating to the procurement described are
  not available and cannot be = furnished by the Government.
  Sources: Barbar-Colman, CAGE 05624, P/N = SYLC 52017; Eaton
  Corp, CAGE 99145, P/N 100000-21. Configuration = Control. Flight
  Critical. Critical Application Item. Other than full = and
  open competition. NAICS is 336413, Note 22, QAP 105. Delivery
  = Schedule: 200 DARO. This is an indefinite quantity contract
  (IQC) with = a base year and four one year option periods.
  End Item is BRU-32 Bomb = Rack and F-18 and F-14 Aircraft.
  To be considered for this award, a = complete solicitation
  package filled out in its entirety must be = received by this
  office. This solicitation will not be on the = Procurement
  Gateway. 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-4069/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2L0)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--16 -- MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY, SPEEDBRAKE
SOL SPO475-01-R-3850
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1650-01-148-6469/YPG01187000630, Manifold Assembly,
  = Speedbrake. The Boeing Co., CAGE 76301, DWG 74A695032 REV
  "N", P/N = 74A695032-2007. Source: Northrop Grumman, CAGE 76823.
  = Specifications, plans or drawings relating to the procurement
  described = are not available and cannot be furnished by the
  Government. = Configuration Control. Critical Application Item.
  Origin Inspection = Required. Other than full and open competition.
  NAICS is 336413, Note = 22, QAP 007. Delivery Schedule: 200
  DARO. 100% option to increase = quantity. Quantity/Destination:
  Line 0001 -- 17/W62G2T, Def Distr = Depot San Joaquin, Tracy,
  CA; Line 0002 -- 8/N00189, Def Distr Depot, = Norfolk, VA;
  Line 0003 -- 9/N00244, Def Distr Depot, San Diego, CA. = End
  Item F-18 Aircraft. To be considered for this award, a complete
  = solicitation package filled out in its entirety must be received
  by = this office. This solicitation will not be on the Procurement
  Gateway. = 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-3850/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2O5)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and 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: 16--ACTUATING CYLINDER
SOL F34601-02-R-05563
DUE 100801
POC Alan Welch, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-5410, Fax
  405 = 739-4417, Email alan.welch@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 15-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 16--ACTUATING CYLINDER SOL
  F34601-02-R-05563 DUE 100501 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015,
  For additional information contact Alan = Welch/Lidib/[405]739-5410
  Item 0001 NSN 1650-01-179-8087 P/N: = 65-10565-23, Cylinder,
  Actuating, Linear. 15EA. Applicable to: Kc135. = Destn: Tinker
  Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 30 Aug 2002 15 ea =
  Qualification requirements: Sources must be qualified prior
  to being = considered for award. The solicitation will contain
  instructions for = obtaining further information on this requirement.
  The qualification = requirements for this item were established
  prior to 19 Oct 1984 and = the requirements of FAR 9.202(A)
  do not apply. These qualification = requirements apply to line
  item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response = date will be
  05 SEP 2001. Written procedure will be used for this = solicitation.
  To: Boeing Defense And Space Group, Wichita Ks = 67277-7730.
  No telephone requests. Only written or faxed requests = received
  directly from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible
  = sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall = be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1),
  Justification: Supplies = (or Services) required are available
  from only one or a limited number = of responsible source(s)
  and no other type of supplies or services will = satisfy agency
  requirements. The proposed contract action is for = supplies
  and services for which the Government intends to solicit and
  = negotiate with only one, or a limited number of sources under
  the = authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may identify
  their interest = and capability to respond to the requirement
  or submit proposals. This = notice of intent is not a request
  for competitive proposals. However, = all proposals received
  within forty five-days (thirty days if award is = issued under
  an existing basic ordering agreement) after date of = publication
  of this synopsis will be considered by the Government. A =
  Determination by the Government not to compete this proposed
  contract = based upon responses to this notice is solely within
  the discretion of = the Government. Information received will
  normally be considered solely = for the purpose of determining
  whether to conduct a competitive = procurement. Award will
  be made only if the offeror, the = product/service, or the
  manufacturer meets qualification requirements = at the time
  of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1. The = solicitation
  identifies the office where additional information can be =
  obtained concerning qualification requirements as cited in
  each = individual solicitation. =05 It is suggested that small
  business firms = or others interested in subcontracting opportunities
  in connection with = the described procurement make contact
  with the firm(s) listed. = Specifications, plans, or drawings
  relating to the procurement = described are incomplete or not
  available and cannot be furnished by = the Government. Note:
  Faxed solicitation requests can be submitted to = OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. = Request
  for Written Quotation will be issued. The anticipated award
  = date will be 60 days after the issuance of this notice. See
  Note (s) = 26. Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting
  Synposes at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-05563/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P2)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and 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: 16--PUMP ASSY
SOL F34601-02-R-22020
DUE 100801
POC John Braniff, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-4628, Fax
  = 405-739-3462, Email john.braniff@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 16--PUMP ASSY SOL F34601-02-R-22020
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB = OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact John = Braniff/Lidab/[405]734-4628 Item
  0001 NSN 1650-01-210-0001HS P/N: = 718534, Charge and scavenge
  pump assy used in constant speed drive = approx 4x3 inches
  material: aluminum and steel pumps oil internally in = the
  constant speed drive DX rating applies to this item. 81EA.
  = Applicable to: B01b. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028.
  = Delivery: 31 Jan 2002 81 ea The approximate issue/response
  date will be = 06 SEP 2001. Written procedure will be used
  for this solicitation. To: = Hamilton Sundstrand Corp, Rockford
  Il 61125-7002. No telephone = requests. Only written or faxed
  requests received directly from the = requestor are acceptable.
  All responsible sources solicited may submit = a bid, proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered. The proposed = contract
  action is for supplies and services for which the Government
  = intends to solicit and negotiate with only one, or a limited
  number of = sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. Interested
  persons may = identify their interest and capability to respond
  to the requirement or = submit proposals. This notice of intent
  is not a request for = competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under an existing basic = ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be = considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the Government not to
  = compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =05 It is suggested that = small business firms
  or others interested in subcontracting = opportunities in connection
  with the described procurement make contact = with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to = the
  procurement described are incomplete or not available and cannot
  be = furnished by the Government. Note: Faxed solicitation
  requests can be = submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER = (405)739-3656. Request for Written
  Quotation will be issued. The = anticipated award date will
  be 60 days after the issuance of this = notice. See Note (s)
  26.=20 Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes
  at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-22020/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P4)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--16 -- SWIVEL JOINT, HYDRAULIC
SOL SPO475-01-R-3700
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1650-01-272-2431/YPG01162001406, Swivel Joint, Hydraulic.
  The = Boeing Co., CAGE 76301, DWG 74A411580 REV "G", P/N 74A411580-1004.
  = Sources: Castle Precision, CAGE 9K006; S&L Metal Products,
  CAGE 05722. = Specifications, plans or drawings relating to
  the procurement = described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government. = Configuration Control. Critical
  Application Item. Other than full and = open competition. NAICS
  is 336413, Note 22, QAP 105. Delivery = Schedule: 65 DARO.
  This is an indefinite quantity contract (IQC) with = a base
  year and four one-year option periods. End Item 43N and F/A-18
  = Aircraft. To be considered for this award, a complete solicitation
  = package filled out in its entirety must be received by this
  office. = This solicitation will not be on the Procurement
  Gateway. 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-3700/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P7)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply = Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 16--16 -- PARTS KIT, CYLINDER
SOL SPO475-01-R-4068
DUE 100501
POC Sharon Freeman, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-4219,
  Fax = (804)279-3883, Email sfreeman@dscr.dla.mil - Crystal
  Ober, Contract = Specialist, Phone (804)279-3639, Fax (804)279-4300,
  Email = cober@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN1650-00-971-3436/YPG01177000581, Parts Kit, Cylinder,
  Northrup = Grumman Corp, CAGE 26512, P/N 128GSK19-100. Source:
  Wiebel Aerospace = /1995/ Inc, CAGE 62064. Specifications,
  plans or drawings relating to = the procurement described are
  not available and cannot be furnished by = the Government.
  Configuration Control. Critical to Safety of Flight. = Critical
  Application Item. First Article(FAT)/Preproduction approval
  = required, Government Testing. Sample quantity shall consist
  of 2 = complete units. Testing is for conformance to the specified
  drawings = and specifications, to include a form fit, and function
  on the next = higher assembly (aircraft). Contractor shall
  provide a statement along = with objective evidence that test
  and production items meet the = material and process requirements
  of the contract. This statement and = evidence along with in-process
  inspection reports are to be included = with the first article
  test samples. Completion of the first article = line 9906 is
  mandatory for this solicitation. Other than full and open =
  competition. NAICS is 336413, Note 22, QAP 007. Delivery Schedule:
  90 = FAT; delivery after FAT approval, 100 days. Origin inspection
  required. = This is an indefinite quantity contract (IQC) with
  a base year and = four one-year option periods. ABVS applies.
  The final contract award = decision may be based upon a combination
  of price, past performance, = and other evaluation factors
  as described in this solicitation. End = Item EA-6B Aircraft.
  To be considered for this award, a complete = solicitation
  package filled out in its entirety must be received by = this
  office. This solicitation will not be on the Procurement Gateway.
  = 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.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SPO475-01-R-4068/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q3)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and 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: 16--BOLT, TEE
SOL F34601-01-R-50171
DUE 100801
POC Ramiro Arriaga, contract specialist, Phone 405 734-8116,
  Fax 405 739-5493, Email ramiro.arriaga@tinker.af.mil - Kevin
  Walker, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-8780, Fax 405-734-8781,
  Email kevin.walker@tinker.af.mil
DESC: SPARE PART: NSN 5306-01-026-6870NZ, P/N: 4048152, NOUN:
  BOLT, TEE QTY 12,875 EACH, APPLICABLE TO F100PW100/200/220E
  ENGINE. NO TELEPHONE REQUEST. ONLY WRITTEN OR FAXED REQUESTS
  RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM THE REQUESTOR ARE ACCEPTABLE. ONLY ONE
  APPROVED SOURCE IS LISTED ON THE FORM 761 (PRATT & WHITNEY,
  52661). SUPPLIES REQUIRED ARE AVIALBLE FROM ONLY ONE OR A LIMITED
  NUMBER OF RESPONSIBLE SOURCES AND NO OTHER TYPE OF SUPPLIES
  WILL SATISFY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONTRACT
  AWARD, OFFERORS MUST BE AN APPROVED SOURCE IAW CLAUSE I-70.
  THE GOVERNMENT IS NOT REQUIRED TO DELAY CONTRACT AWARD TO REVIEW
  PENDING SOURCE APPROVAL PACKAGES (SAR's). THEREFORE, OFFERORS
  ARE ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT SAR's ASAP. FOR SOURCE APPROVAL PACKAGE
  INFORMATION CONTACT OC-ALC/BC, 3001 STAFF DR, STE 1AG85A, TINKER
  AFB, OK 73145-3009, PHONE (405)-739-7244 OR (405) 739-7243.
  QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON CONTRACTOR's
  REQUEST. FOR A COPY OF THE SOLICITATION OR QR's PLEASE CONTACT
  RAMIRO ARRIAGA, OC-ALC, TINKER AFB, FAX # (405) 734-8781, PHONE
  # (405) 734-8754. THE FOLLOWING NOTES ARE APPLICABLE (13),
  (23), (26) (B) (D).
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-01-R-50171/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2R1)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and 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: 16--HOUSING OUTPUT
SOL F34601-02-R-22036
DUE 100801
POC Laura Holman, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-739-7770, Fax
  = 405-739-3462, Email laura.holman@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 16--HOUSING OUTPUT SOL F34601-02-R-22036
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Laura = Holman/Lidab/[405]739-7770 Item
  0001 NSN 1650-01-173-5468HS P/N: = 738970, 16 inches diameter
  by 9 inches tallhollow inside wall thickness = 1/2 inch, material
  magnesium and steel contains output subassembly of = CSD which
  is an enclosed system. Provides a constand output speed = todrive
  generator at a steady 400 hz cycle Application e3 23EA. = Applicable
  to: E3a/Rc135. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028.
  = Delivery: 28 Mar 2003 23 ea The approximate issue/response
  date will be = 06 SEP 2001. Written procedure will be used
  for this solicitation. To: = Hamilton Sundstrand Corp, Rockford
  Il 61125-7002. No telephone = requests. Only written or faxed
  requests received directly from the = requestor are acceptable.
  All responsible sources solicited may submit = a bid, proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered. Authority: 10 = U.S.C.
  2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or Services) required
  are = available from only one or a limited number of responsible
  source(s) = and no other type of supplies or services will
  satisfy agency = requirements. The proposed contract action
  is for supplies and services = for which the Government intends
  to solicit and negotiate with only = one, or a limited number
  of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. = Interested persons
  may identify their interest and capability to = respond to
  the requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent
  = is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals = received within forty five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under = an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this = synopsis will be considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the = Government not
  to compete this proposed contract based upon responses = to
  this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  = Information received will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose = of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =05 It is = suggested that small business firms
  or others interested in = subcontracting opportunities in connection
  with the described = procurement make contact with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, = plans, or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are incomplete = or not available and
  cannot be furnished by the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation
  requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK =
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation
  = will be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days
  after the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26.=20 Click
  here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS
  Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-22036/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U2)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and 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: 16--SOLE SOURCE - HONEYWELL INTL INC/SPARES, MODIFICATION
  = AND OVERHAUL OF MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES
SOL Reference-Number-F34601-00-D-0371
DUE 090701
POC Jeff Van Woerkom, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405 739-4298,
  Fax = 405 739-3462, Email jeff.vanwoerkom@tinker.af.mil
DESC:  Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 21-Jun-2001
  OC-ALC/LIDIA DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE
  1AC197E = TINKER AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 66--REPAIR/OVERHAUL
  AND SPARE PARTS ACQUISITION SOL F34601-00-R-40001=20 P.O.C.
  JEFF VAN OERKOM/LIDIA/[405]739-2128, For additional information
  = contact JEFF VAN WOERKOM/LIDIA/[405]739-2128=20 Services,
  Non-Personal, repair/ Overhaul as well as Spare parts: The
  = contractor shall provide all labor, facilities, equipment
  and all = material to accomplish the repair/overhaul and/or
  modification as well = as manufacture of new spare items, test,
  packing and packaging and = return to the government in accordance
  with the work specifications = contained in the basic contract,
  the line items of Air Force equipment = listed below. A firm
  fixed price type contract is contemplated for = eight years,
  with award term provision to extend to 15 years or = decrease
  to five years for all sole source Honeywell items. The items
  = and estimated quantities are as follows:=20 ELIN AA35: Modify/Overhaul
  NSN: 1660-00-793-1564, P/N: 203430, Return = As: NSN 1660-01-452-7541,
  P/N: 203430-4-1 Noun: Turbine, Application: = C-130Aircraft,
  Estimated Quantity: Basic year - 35ach, 2nd year 30 = each.
  ELIN AA36: Overhaul NSN: 1660-01-452-7541, P/N: 203430-4-1,
  Noun: = Turbine, Application: C-130 Aircraft, Qty: Basic year
  - 5 each, 2nd = year 30 each. ELIN AA37: Modify/Overhaul NSN:
  1660-01-897-4306, P/N: 203720-1, = Return As: NSN 1660-01-438-5697,
  P/N: 203720-3-1, Noun: Air Cooling = Turbine, Application:
  C-130 Aircraft, Qty: Basic year - 15 each, 2nd = year - 10
  each. ELIN AA38: Overhaul NSN: 1660-01-438-5697, P/N: 203720-3-1,
  Noun: Air = Cooling Turbine, Application: C-130 Aircraft, Qty:
  Basic year - 15 = each, 2nd year - 10 each. ELIN AB51: Spare
  NSN: 1660-00-288-5451, P/N: 571609-4, Noun: = Housing Sump
  Turbine, Application: F15 Aircraft, Qty: Basic year ? 2 = each,
  2nd year - 5 each. ELIN AB52: Spare NSN: 1660-01-438-5697,
  P/N: 203720-3, Noun: = Aircraft Turbine, Application: C-130
  Aircraft, Qty: Basic year ? 6 = each, 2nd year ? 15 each. ELIN
  AB53: Spare NSN: 1660-01-006-1797, P/N: 398604-1-1, Noun: =
  Shut-off Valve, Application: E-3A Aircraft, Qty: Basic year
  ? 2 each, = 2nd year ? 5 each. ELIN AB54: Spare NSN: 4810-01-335-5940TP,
  P/N: 3215060-2-1, Noun: = Pressure Regulator, Application:
  F15-E Aircraft, Qty: Basic year ? 12 = each, 2nd year ? 1 each.
  ELIN AB55: Spare NSN: 1660-01-102-7840, P/N: 3161798-2, Noun:
  Body = Assy, Actuator, Application: F15 Aircraft, Qty: Basic
  year ? 0 each, = 2nd year ? 23 each. ELIN AA39: Modify/Overhaul
  NSN: 1660-01-307-9561, P/N: 2204480-3-3, = Return As: NSN 1660-01-410-1410,
  P/N: 2204480-3-4, Noun: Turbine, = Application: C-5B Aircraft,
  Qty: Basic year ? 2 each, 2nd year ? 5 = each. ELIN AA40: Overhaul
  NSN 1660-01-410-1410, P/N: 2204480-3-4, Noun: = Turbine, Application:
  C-5B Aircraft, Qty: Basic year ? 2 each, 2nd = year ? 5 each.
  This solicitation is to obtain requirements type repair/overhaul
  & = spares contract with 100% contractor furnished material.
  The = approximate issue/response date will be 31 AUG 2001.
  Deliveries are to = be at a rate as follows: ELIN AA35: 1 each
  120 Days ARO; ELIN AA36: 2 = each 120 Days ARO; ELIN AA37:
  1 each 120 Days ARO; ELIN AA38: 4 each = 120 Days ARO, ELIN
  AA39: 1 each 120 Days ARO; ELIN AA40: 3 each 120 = Days ARO,
  ELIN AB51: 5 each 210 Days ARO, ELIN AB52: 5 each 420 Days
  = ARO, ELIN AB53: 5 each 300 Days ARO, ELIN AB54: 5 each 270
  Days ARO, = ELIN AB55: 10 each 210 Days ARO. No telephone requests.
  Only written or = faxed requests received directly from the
  requestor are acceptable. All = responsible sources solicited
  may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation = which shall be considered.
  Reply Fax Number is (405)739-4417, ATTN: = Jeff Van Woerkom
  Qualification Requirements: Sources must be qualified prior
  to being considered for award. The = solicitation will contain
  instructions for obtaining further = information on this requirement.=20
  Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or
  Services) = required are available from only one or a limited
  number of responsible = source(s) and no other type of supplies
  or services will satisfy agency = requirements. The proposed
  contract action is for supplies and services = for which the
  Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only = one,
  or a limited number of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302.
  = Interested persons may identify their interest and capability
  to = respond to the requirement or submit proposals. This notice
  of intent = is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  all proposals = received within forty five-days (thirty days
  if award is issued under = an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this = synopsis will be considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the = Government not
  to compete this proposed contract based upon responses = to
  this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  = Information received will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose = of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =20 Award will be made only if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the = manufacturor meets qualification
  requirements at the time of award in = accordance with FAR
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the = office where
  additional information can be obtained concerning = qualification
  requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. It is
  suggested that small business firms or others interested in
  = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  = plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described
  are incomplete = or not available and cannot be furnished by
  the Government.=20 Note: An Ombudsman has been appointed to
  hear concerns from offerors or = potential Offerors during
  the proposal development phase of this = acquisition. The purpose
  of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the = authority of the
  program director or contracting officer, but to = communicate
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When = requested,
  the Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to =
  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 Ombudsman at (405)
  736-3273. DO NOT = CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS.
  Note: Faxed solicitation = requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, = FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656.=20 Jeff
  Van Woerkom Contract Negotiator OC-ALC/LIDIA (405) 739-2128=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/Reference-Number-F34601-00=
  -D-0371/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V4)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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, MOUNTING BRACKET
SOL SP047001-R-3270
DUE 100401
POC Trish McMahon/BM844/JRPC/ph - 804-279-4578 / Fax - 4493
DESC: YPG01136000371, NSN 1560-01-470-4732, Tube, mounting bracket.
  Lockheed Martin, cage 98897, P/N 363872-1. Total Qty = 4000
  each. Line Item 0001 Qty = 2350 each, Line Item 0002 Qty =
  1650 each. Origin Inspection I/A/W QAP 003 Required. Delivery
  at Destination. Deliver within 140 days ARO (phase deliveries
  are acceptable). Critical Application Item. This solicitation
  contains a 100% option to increase quantity. This is a request
  for a written offer; please submit offers to the Bid Custodian,
  Sybil Foxworth, fax # (804) 279-4165, Buyer: Trish McMahon,
  BM844. The solicitation issue date is 09/04/01. 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. Technical
  Data Package Availability: DSCR does not currently have an
  approved technical data package available for this NSN. Please
  do NOT submit request to DSCR-VABA. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which will be considered. Notes 9 and 26
  apply to this procurement.
LINKURL: dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: plmcmahon@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V396)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Other Defense Agencies, U.S. Special Operations Command,
  Naval = Special Warfare Development Group, 1636 Regulus Avenue,
  Building 313, = Virginia Beach, VA, 23461-2299
SUBJECT: 16--16--OXYGEN MASKS
SOL USZA99-01-Q-0041
DUE 090701
POC Thelma Escobar, Purchasing Agent, Phone 757-492-7960 xt2228,
  = Fax 757-492-7954, Email tescobarmail.nswdg.navy.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation in accordance
  with the = format in FAR Subpart 12.6, and FAR 13.6 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, = USZA99-01-Q-0041, is issued as a
  Request for Quotation (RFQ). The = solicitation document and
  incorporated provisions and clauses are those = in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-12. This procurement = is unrestricted.
  All responses from responsible sources will be fully = considered.
  Clin 0001, Phaos Oxygen Mask Assembly, P# 603300 (10) = regular,
  (5) short, (5) long. Clin 0002, OXCON Assembly, 2-man, qty
  2. = Solicitation Provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to
  = Offerors-Commerical Items (Oct 2000) is hereby incorporated
  by = reference. Solicitation Provision FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial
  = Items (Jan 1999) is hereby incorporated, the evaluation factors
  are = technical, price, and past performance. The government
  will make a = determination of best value based on the evaluation
  factors cited. = Contractors are reminded to submit a complete
  copy of the provision at = 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and Certifications-Commercial Items = with their quote, if
  readily available. If not, the clause will be = forward for
  completion prior to award (Oct 2000). Clause 52.212-4, = Contract
  terms and Conditions ? Commercial Items (May 1999) is hereby
  = incorporated by reference. Clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms
  and = Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders ? = Commercial Items (Aug 2000) is hereby incorporated
  by reference, as = well as the following clauses cited in the
  clause which apply to this = solicitation, 52.222-0026, Equal
  Opportunity (E.O. 11246), 52.222-35, = Affirmative Action for
  Special Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans (38 = U.S.C. 4212),
  52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Handicapped Workers (29 =
  U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on special Disabled
  Veterans = and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.225-3, Buy = American Act Supplies (41 U.S.C. 10). Additionally,
  the following = clauses are applicable to this solicitation,
  252.212-7001, Contract = Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders = Applicable to Defense Acquisition
  of Commercial Items, 52.204-7004, = Required Central Contractor
  Registration. The Defense priorities and = Allocations Systems
  (DPAS) assigned rating for this procurement is = unrated. Questions
  pertaining to the solicitation must be submitted in = writing
  and may be faxed to Thelma Escobar, 757-492-7954. Signed and
  = dated quotes referencing the RFQ number USZA99-01-Q-0041
  must be = submitted, no later than 4:30 p.m. 9 September 2001,
  to Thelma = Escobar, NSWDG, 1636 Regulus Ave, Bldg 313, Virginia
  Beach, VA = 23461-2299. The quotes must provide sufficient
  detail on the proposed = item to allow the government to make
  a best value determination. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/ODA/USSOCOM/VirginiaBeachVA/USZA99-01-Q-0041=
  /listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V304)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 16--Aircraft Components and Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, P.O. Box 16704, DSCC-PLI,
  Columbus OH 43216-5010
SUBJECT: 16--VARIOUS AIRCRAFT PARTS
SOL SP0740-01-R-5071
DUE 091701
POC For Information Only, Point of Contract Deborah Mollett,
  Telelphone Number -614-692-4658 
DESC: This solicitation is for the acquisition of part numbered
  items manufactured by Parker Hannifin Corp. All NSNs are available
  for download via the Internet/World Wide Web at http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/corporate_contracts/cc.asp.
  FSCs to be covered under this project include: 1650, 4810,
  4820 (predominant), and also 1620, 1680, 2810, 2840, 2910,
  2990, 3010, 3040, 3110, 3120, 4320, 4710, 4730, 5365, 6105,
  6115 and 6685. This acquisition is for supplies for which the
  Government does not possess complete, unrestricted technical
  data. All responsible sources may submit and offer/quote which
  shall be considered.  See notes: 12 and 26 This solicitation
  is an RFP and will be available on the Internet at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp
  on its issue date of 17 Aug. 01. Hard copies of this solicitation
  are not available. The Small Business size standard is 1500
  employees. The proposed procurement contains an option to
  extend the contract period one or more times at the discretion
  of the governement. The total shall not exceed 12 years. This
  is an unrestricted acquisition. 
LINKURL: http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/corporate_contracts/cc.asp
LINKDESC: 
  this solicitation
EMAILADD: deborah_mollett@dscc.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3C9)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 17--Aircraft Launching, Landing, and Ground Handling
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  AFFTC - AF Flight Test Center, 5 S WOLFE AVE, Edwards AFB,
  CA, 93524-1180
SUBJECT: 17--17 -- PORTABLE HYDRAULIC POWER SUPPLIES
SOL F04700-01-T-0089
DUE 082701
POC Christopher Baker, Contract Specialist, Phone 661-277-8802,
  Fax 661-275-9610, Email chris.baker@edwards.af.mil
DESC: This is an amendment to CLIN's 0001 and 0002 to change
  the description under minimum salient characteristics to include
  "Shall have a dual hydraulic system with backpressure circuit".
  All other terms and conditions remain the same.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/AFFTC/F04700-01-T-0089/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2D7)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Commander (VPL), MLCPAC, Coast Guard Island, Bldg. 50-7,
  Alameda, CA 94501-5100
SUBJECT: 20--SOFT MOTOR STARTER
SOL DTCG85-01-Q-625812
DUE 090401
POC Marilou M. Ponge, Purchasing Agent, (510) 437-3394, Fax (510)
  437-3392 
DESC: The US Coast Guard Maintenance and Logistic Command Pacific,
  Naval Engineering Division, intends to procure 1 each medium
  voltage soft motor starter and bypass contactor for USCGC Healy's
  Bow Thruster Unit in a free standing enclosure for a 6.6 kV,
  3 PH, 60 Hz, 2200 HP, squirrel cage induction motor (Louis
  Allis type JHEX, frame size 7311 GS). The motor's rated speed
  is 1780 RPM at a rated torque of 6490 FT-LBs. The locked rotor
  torque is 100% rated full load torque. The breakdown torque
  is 210% of full load torque at 1725 RPM (slip of 4.14%). Current
  rating is 170 full load amps, and 875 locked rotor amps. The
  motor can withstand a locked rotor condition for 8 seconds.
  This acquisition is being conducted under Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures. Attention: Minority Women Owned and Disadvantaged
  business Enterprises, The Department of Transportation (DOT),
  Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU),
  has a program to assist 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 of credit is $500,000. For further information
  and applicable forms concerning the STLP, Call the OSDBU at
  (800) 532-1169). For information concerning this acquisition,
  contact the contracting official listed below. To obtain a
  copy of this solicitation, Request for Quotation (RFQ), Please
  send fax request to (510) 437-3392 and must reference solicitation
  number. RFQ will be issued by 05 Sep 01. 
LINKURL: mponge@d11.uscg.mil
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2T2)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Other Defense Agencies, U.S. Special Operations Command,
  Naval = Special Warfare Development Group, 1636 Regulus Avenue,
  Building 313, = Virginia Beach, VA, 23461-2299
SUBJECT: 20--20--SHIPBOARD DOORS
SOL USZA99-01-Q-0043
DUE 090701
POC Thelma Escobar, Purchasing Agent, Phone 757-492-7960 xt2228,
  = Fax 757-492-7954, Email tescobarmail.nswdg.navy.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation in accordance
  with the = format in FAR Subpart 12.6, and FAR 13.6 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, = USZA99-01-Q-0043, is issued as a
  Request for Quotation (RFQ). The = solicitation document and
  incorporated provisions and clauses are those = in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-12. This procurement = is unrestricted.
  All responses from responsible sources will be fully = considered.
  Clin 0001, Structural Quick Acting Eight Dog Watertight = Doors,
  31" x 56" in Clear Opening, Four Left Hand and Four Right Hand.
  = Clin 0002, Structural Radius Corner Double Door, Watertight,
  Fourteen = Dog, 39" x 84" in Clear Opening, 4 ea. Clin 0003,
  All Steel 'B' Door, = 12 Gauge Steel Skin, 1 1/2" Solid Cedar
  Core, 4" Radius Corners, Two = Individual Dogs, S/S Trioving
  Lock set, Steel Hinges with Grease = Nipples, 4" x 3/8" Mild
  Steel Flat Bar Frame, Adjustable Gasket. Steel = Primed with
  Red Oxide Primer. Clear Opening of 30" x 72", Four Left = Hand
  and Four Right Hand. Clin 0004, All Steel Watertight Door,
  Not = Insulated, 1/4" Steel Plate with Stiffeners, Quick Acting
  S/S Lever, = Eight Dogs, 4" x 3/8" Steel Flat Bar Frame, No
  Window, Red Oxide = Primer. Hinges with Grease Nipples. Clear
  Opening 30"x72", Four Right = Hand, Four Left Hand. Solicitation
  Provision at FAR 52.212-1, = Instructions to Offerors-Commerical
  Items (Oct 2000) is hereby = incorporated by reference. Solicitation
  Provision FAR 52.212-2, = Evaluation-Commercial Items (Jan
  1999) is hereby incorporated, the = evaluation factors are
  technical, price, and past performance. The = government will
  make a determination of best value based on the = evaluation
  factors cited. Contractors are reminded to submit a = complete
  copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and = Certifications-Commercial Items with their quote, if
  readily available. = If not, the clause will be forward for
  completion prior to award (Oct = 2000). Clause 52.212-4, Contract
  terms and Conditions/Commercial Items = (May 1999) is hereby
  incorporated by reference. Clause 52.212-5, = Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or = Executive
  Orders/Commercial Items (Aug 2000) is hereby incorporated by
  = reference, as well as the following clauses cited in the
  clause which = apply to this solicitation, 52.222-0026, Equal
  Opportunity (E.O. = 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for
  Special Disabled and Vietnam = Era Veterans (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.222-36, Affirmative Action for = Handicapped Workers (29
  U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on = special Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. = 4212),
  52.225-3, Buy American Act/Supplies (41 U.S.C. 10). = Additionally,
  the following clauses are applicable to this = solicitation,
  252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to = Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense = Acquisition
  of Commercial Items, 52.204-7004, Required Central = Contractor
  Registration. The Defense priorities and Allocations = Systems
  (DPAS) assigned rating for this procurement is unrated. = Questions
  pertaining to the solicitation must be submitted in writing
  = and may be faxed to Thelma Escobar, 757-492-7954. Signed
  and dated = quotes referencing the RFQ number USZA99-01-Q-0043
  must be submitted, = no later than 4:30 p.m. 7 September 2001,
  to Thelma Escobar, NSWDG, = 1636 Regulus Ave, Bldg 313, Virginia
  Beach, VA 23461-2299. The quotes = must provide sufficient
  detail on the proposed item to allow the = government to make
  a best value determination. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/ODA/USSOCOM/VirginiaBeachVA/USZA99-01-Q-0043=
  /listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V312)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 20--Ships and Marine Equipment
OFFADD: Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Regional Office,
  400 Railroad Ave, Boulder City, NV 89005-2422
SUBJECT: 20--REMOTE OPERATED VEHICLE (ROV) FOR USE BY REGIONAL
  BOAT SHOP IN THE INSPECTION OF DAMS
SOL 01SQ308290
DUE 083101
POC Leslie Leavitt, (702) 293-8642, FAX (702) 293-8050
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. The announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will
  NOT be issued. The solicitation number 01SQ308290 is issued
  as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). The solicitation document
  and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect
  through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-28. The North American
  Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 488390. The
  small business size standard is five (5) million dollars..
  This acquisition is set-aside for small businesses according
  to the size standard as indicated above. Simplified Acquisition
  Procedures apply. LINE ITEM 001: The Bureau of Reclamation,
  Boulder City, Nevada, has a requirement for one (1) Remote
  Operated Vehicle (ROV) to be used in the inspection of its
  dams. The vehicle is to be assembled with the following requirements:
  Vehicle to be rated for operation to 500 feet, include two
  thrust plus horizontal thrusters, one vertical thruster, a
  mounted optional lateral thruster, RDA camera tilt actuator
  (+/- 90 degree), electronic depth and compass, 2 x 250 watt
  halogen lamps (one mounted to camera), leak detectors, ballast
  weights, stainless steel crash frame. LINE ITEM 002: One Smart
  Color Zoom Camera to include 12:1 zoom, auto/manual focus,
  450 line resolution, wide angle lens, auto iris, 1 km depth
  housing, NTSC. LINE ITEM 003: Control console, including joystick
  thruster controls, zoom camera controls, auto depth, vertical
  time adjustment, 4 thruster circuits, depth and heading display,
  controls for up to 4 auxiliary functions and GFI housed in
  a portable splashproof enclosure and exterior isolation transformer.
  LINE ITEM 004: A monitor with a 13-inch high resolution NTSC
  monitor. LINE ITEM 005: A 550 foot umbilical cable. LINE ITEM
  006: A single function manipulator. LINE ITEM 007: One (1)
  ON screen display to display depth, heading, cable turns, text.
  LINE ITEM 008: A Temperature gage displayed on OSD (real time).
  Delivery will be FOB Destination to Boulder City, Nevada..
  Acceptance shall be made at destination. This procurement will
  be done as a "Best Value" to the Government. Price, technical
  requirements, and past performance will be considered. Please
  submit with your quote three references of other companies
  you have provided with a Remote Operated Vehicle. Please include
  phone numbers and a contact person for each reference. Also,
  provide cut sheets/specifications for the ROV. The following
  FAR provisions and clauses apply to this acquisition: 52.212-1,
  Instructions to Offerors-- Commercial (Jun 97). Offerors MUST
  include with their offer a completed copy of the provisions
  at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial
  Items (Feb 99); 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial
  Items (May 99) with the following clause incorporated by addendum:
  FAR 52.247-34, F.O.B. Destination; and FAR Clause 52.212-5,
  Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes
  or Executive Orders-Commercial Items (May 99); with the following
  applicable FAR clauses for paragraph (b): 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; and 52.225-3, Buy
  American Act-Supplies (Jan 94). 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 cost to the Government. The
  resulting purchase order will be a firm fixed-price purchase
  order. All responsible offerors may submit their quotes by
  fax to: (702) 293-8050 or by mail to the Bureau of Reclamation,
  Attn: Leslie Leavitt, 400 Railroad Ave, P.O. Box 61470, Boulder
  City, NV 89005. Oral quotes will not be accepted. Quotations
  are due no later than 4:00 p.m., PST on August 31, 2001. The
  full text of a FAR provision or clause may be accessed electronically
  at this address: http://www.arnet.gov/far/.    
EMAILADD: lleavitt@lc.usbr.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V330)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 23--Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers,
  and Cycles
OFFADD: General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service
  (FSS), Office of Vehicle Acquisition and Leasing Services (FF),
  Washington, DC, 20406
SUBJECT: 23--TRACTOR-TRAILER COMBINATION, COUNTER-TERRORISM MOBILE
  RESPONSE, WITH INTEGRATED COMMAND CENTER
SOL FFAH-P1-019932-N
DUE 100401
POC Leslie Kramer, Contract Specialist, Phone (703) 308-4186,
  Fax (703) 305-3034, Email leslie.kramer@gsa.gov - Sarah Bailey,
  Contract Specialist, Phone (703) 305-6251, Fax (703) 305-3034,
  Email sarah.bailey@gsa.gov
DESC: This Request for Proposal is set-aside for small business.
  The Government has a requirement for a TRACTOR-TRAILER COMBINATION,
  COUNTER-TERRORISM MOBILE RESPONSE, WITH INTEGRATED COMMAND
  CENTER. Request for Proposal (RFP) Number FFAH-P1-019932-N.
  Shipment is 180 days after receipt of order (ARO). This combination
  of vehicles must meet the specifications in this Request for
  Proposal. For those seeking a copy of this Request for Proposal,
  it will be issued on or about September 4, 2001, Close on October
  4, 2001, 3:30 PM, E.D.T., and be available for downloading
  off of "FedBizOpps" (EPS at:http://www.eps.gov). Paper copies
  of this Request for Proposal (RFP) will not be available. It
  must be downloaded at the "FedBizOpps" address stated above.
  Point of Contact: Leslie B. Kramer, Contract Specialist, Phone:
  703-308-4186, Fax: 703-305-3034, E-Mail: Leslie.Kramer@gsa.gov
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/GSA/FSS/OVALS/FFAH-P1-019932-N/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 23--Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers,
  and Cycles
OFFADD: Coastal Systems Station, Code SP10, 6703 W. Hwy. 98,
  Panama City, FL
SUBJECT: 23--TRANSPORTER ELEVATOR ASSEMBLIES
SOL N61331-01-Q-1331
DUE 083101
POC CONTACT POINT/CONTRACTING OFFICER: Buyer-Mark Ross, 850-235-5624/C.O.-Carol
  Dreger, 850-234-4863
DESC: The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Coastal
  Systems Station, Panama City, Florida, intends to award a purchase
  order to Martinez and Turek, P.O. Box 188, Rialto, CA 97527
  on a sole-source basis for the removal, refurbishment and reinstallation
  of the elevator assemblies (3 per transporter) on two MK V
  Special Operations Craft (SOC) Transporters. All work will
  be performed at the contractor s facility and onboard the Naval
  Air Station (NAS) North Island, San Diego, CA. These elevator
  assemblies were produced by Martinez and Turek for the initial
  fabrication of the MK V SOC Transporters. This action is not
  suitable for full and open competition because the Government
  does not own technical data on the internal design or maintenance
  procedures for the elevator assemblies. Accordingly, insufficient
  data exists to permit competition for the required refurbishment.
  Numbered Note 22 Applies.
LINKURL: www.ncsc.navy.mil/Contracts/Ztables/syntable.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: RossMP@ncsc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2X3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 23--Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers,
  and Cycles--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 18 CONS,
  Unit 5199, Kadena AB, APO Japan, ., 96368-5199
SUBJECT: 23--ROLLER ASSEMBLY
SOL F62321-01-Q-S401
DUE 082701
POC Eiko Hiyane, Contract Specialist, Phone 634-2278, Fax 634-4795/6,
  Email eiko.hiyane@kadena.af.mil - Tippi Rodarmel, Contract
  Specialist, Phone 634-5841, Fax 634-4795, Email Tippi.Rodarmel@Kadena.af.mil
DESC: PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE AUTOMATED SOLICITATION
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/PAF/18CONS/F62321-01-Q-S401/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2G1)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 25--Vehicular Equipment Components
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 25--AUTOMOTIVE WIRING
SOL VC0005-01
DUE 090501
POC Chyrel McPherson, (202) 305-7284
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commerical
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6
  of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), as supplemented
  with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
  constitutes the only solicitation; quotes being requested.
  A copy of this solicitation can be downloaded from our web
  page at. http://www.unicor.gov/procurement/provehic.htm. Solicitation
  Number for this quote is VC0005-01, this solicitation is issued
  as a Quotation (Quote). This quote document and incorporated
  clauses and provisions are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular 97-27. The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) is 336322. UNICOR, Federal Prison Industries,
  Inc., intends to enter into a five (5) year firm-fixed price
  requirements type contract for the following items: Line item
  0001, WIR6590, Wire, C, 8 GA, Black, Est Max 160,000 FT; Line
  item 002, WIR6511, Wire, Preimary, 14-GA, Red, Est Max 160,000
  FT, Line item 0003, WIR6509, Wire, 8 GA/Red-Yellow, Est Max
  160,000 FT; Line item 0004, WIR7026, Wire, Clear, 16 Ga., Est
  Max 190,000 FT; Line item 0005, WIR7022, Wire, Red/Yellow,
  6 GA, Est Max 140,000 Ft; Line item 0006, WIR7019, Wire, Red/Green,
  8 GA, Est Max 130,000 FT; Line item 0007, WIR7020, Wire, Red/White
  8 GA, Est Max 130,000 FT; Line item 008, WIR7021, Wire, Red/Black,
  8 GA, Est Max 130,000 FT; Line item 0009, WIR7023, Wire, Red/Green,
  12 Ga, Est Max 130,000 Ft; Line item 0010, WIR7024, Wire, Red/White,
  12 Ga, Est Max 130,000 FT; Line Item 0011, WIR6584, C, 71245K5,
  A.W.G. #10 Red-Hook-Uo-Wire, Est Max 400,000 EA; Line item
  0012, WIR4434, Wire-Hook-UP, 16 Ga, Black, Est Max 600,000
  Ft.; Line item 0013, WIR6506, Wire, Purple, 16 Ga, Est Max
  200,000; Line item 0014, WIR5231, Wire, Blue, 16 Ga, Est Max
  260,000; Line item 0015, WIR4433, Wire-Hook-Up, 16 Ga., White,
  Est Max 400,000 FT; Line item 0016, WIR7025, Wire, Black, 12
  Ga, Est Max 30,000; Line item 0017, WIR5216, Wire, Red, 12
  GA, Est Max 30,000 Ft; Line item 0018, WIR6510, Wire, Primary,
  Black, 14 Ga, Est Max 30,000 FT; Line item 0019, WIR4435, Wire,
  Yellow, Primary, 14 GA., Est Max 80,000 Ft. All wiring is automotive
  grade stranded wire and shall be delivered in 500 feet spools
  to accommodate UNICOR Bastop's Equipment and usage requirements
  of this material. Required delivery will be thirty (30) calendar
  days after receipt of delivery order. Delivery will be FOB
  destination to Federal Prison Industries, Federal Correctional
  Institution, 8 Miles NE Highway 95, Bastrop, TX 78602-0730.
  All shipments should be labeled as follows: vendor name, purchase
  order number and/or contract number, item description, item
  quantity with weight, and a certificate of conformance. In
  accordance with 52.211-16, "Variation In Quantity," Variations
  per delivery order is plus/minus five (5) percent. FAR Clause
  52.216-18, "Ordering," applies. Orders may be issued from date
  of award through one (1) year thereafter and one (1) option
  year if exercised. The contractor will only deliver the items
  that have been designated by a delivery order. Items shipped
  without a delivery order will be returned at the contractor's
  expense. Any supplies to be furnished under this contract shall
  be ordered by issuance of delivery orders by the Contracting
  Officers at FCI Bastrop, TX and Central Office, Washington,
  DC with the exception of the COTR. Delivery hours are 8:00
  a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through
  Friday, notwithstanding emergencies and Federal holidays. JAR
  2852.270-70 "Contracting Officer's Technical Representative"
  applies. The COTR for this contract will be Robert Dembowski,
  Factory Foreman. All invoices shall be forwarded to: ATTN:
  Business Manager, Federal Correctional Institution, Federal
  Prison Industries, P.O. Box 730, Bastrop, TX 78602, (512) 321-3903.
  FAR Clause 52.216-21, "Requirements" applies, contractor shall
  not be required to make deliveries under this contract thirty
  (30) calendar days after the expiration of this contract. FAR
  Clause 52.216-19, "Order Limitation" delivery order limitations
  are a minimum quantity of 500 ft/ea per delivery order and
  a maximum delivery order of 10,000 ft/ea. per delivery order.
  The following are addenda to FAR Clause 52.212-1 Paragraph:
  C Period of acceptance of offers; the offeror agrees to hold
  their proposal prices firm for 60 days from date specified
  for receipt of offers. Provision 52.212-1, "Instructions to
  Offerors-Commerical Items" applies to this acquisition. FAR
  provision 52/213-3, "Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commerical
  Items" with their offer. Offerors that fail to furnish the
  required representations and certifications or reject the terms
  and conditions of the solicitation may be excluded from consideration.
  The following clauses also apply to this solicitation: FAR
  Clause 52.212-4 "Contract Terms and Conditions-Commerical Items"
  and FAR 52.212-5, "Contract Terms and Conditions Required to
  Implement Statues or Executive Orders-Commerical Items." Any
  amendments hereby issued to this solicitation will be synopsized
  in the same manner as this solicitation and must be acknowledged
  by each offeror. FAR 52.212-2, " Evaluation-Commerical." The
  following factors shall be used to evaluate offers: Past Performance
  50%; price and technical when combined are equal to 50%. The
  Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation
  to a responsible offeror whose offer conforms to the solicitation
  and is considered most advantageous to the Government. Each
  offeror must submit three (3) references for verification of
  their performance of like products in this requirement. Each
  reference must contain the name, address and telephone number
  of the company or government agency for which the contract
  was performed as well as a contact person from that company
  or agency and the contract number if applicable. FAR 52.204-6
  "Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number" applies. FAR
  Clause 52.232-33, "Payment By Electronic Funds Transfer Central
  Contractor Registration." Taxpayer Identification Number, ACH
  (electronic payment information) numbers are applicable. This
  form can be downloaded from our webpage at http://www.unicor.gov/procurement/proforms.htm.
  FAR 52.232-18 "Availability of Funds" applies. If offer is
  not submitted with a signed Standard Form SF-1449, submit on
  Company letterhead with a statement specifying agreement with
  the terms, conditions and provisions included in this solicitaion
  to ATTN: Chyrel McPherson, Contracting Officer, Quote Number
  VC0002-01, Federal Prison Industries, 320 First St., NW, 7th
  Floor-Fleet/Vehicular Group, Washington, DC 20534 or fax your
  offer to (202) 305-7356 in accordance to FAR 52.215-5, "Facsimile
  Proposal." All offers must be receipted on or before Wednesday,
  September 5, 2001, 2:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2K5)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 28--DUCT,EXHAUST,TURBIN
SOL N0038301QM436
DUE 092601
POC Contact Point, David J Russial, 0232.21, (215)697-2557, Fax,
  (215)697-3161, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-2840-01-373-7058-XN, Ref Nr 1452M39G03, Qty 12 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". . Drawings are
  not available. Since this is a "source control" item, competition
  shall be limited to (03350) GE Supply Co., See Notes 22,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN50V2H2)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--NSN: 5310-01-174-8975JF P/N: 9945M19G04 NUT = ASSEMBLY
SOL F34601-02-Q-48590
DUE 090501
POC Alex Varughese, Contract Negotiator, Phone (405) 739-4441,
  Fax = (405) 739-4350, Email alex.varughese@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 15-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LPDPB
  DIR CONTRACTING/PROPULSION 3001 STAFF DR STE 2AE1/106C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3032=20 53--NUT ASSEMBLY SOL F34601-02-Q-48590
  DUE 100501 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Alex = Varughese/Lpdpb/[405]739-4441 Item
  0001 NSN 5310-01-174-8975JF P/N: = 9945M19G04, Function Of
  The Gang Channel Nut Assembly Is Used To = Assemble The Inner
  Cowl, Combustion Doma, And Inner Liner By Receipt Of = A Bolt
  Through The Three Afore Mentioned Parts And Restraining. =
  Dimensions: Nominal Thread Size Is 0.190", 32 Threads Per Inch,
  3B = Thread Class, Right-Hand Thread Direction. Material: Steel
  Corrosion = Resisting Overall. Part Is Used On NHA For F110-100/129,
  F101 Engns. = Temp Not Rated. 394EA. Applicable to: F101 Engine.
  Destn: Tinker Air = Force Base Ok 73145-3032. Delivery: 30
  Apr 2002 394 ea The approximate = issue/response date will
  be 05 SEP 2001. The anticipated award date = will be 16 Jan
  2002. Written procedure will be used for this = solicitation.
  To: General Electric Co Aircraft Engine, Cincinnati Oh = 45215-1988.
  To: Harvard Industries Inc, Lebanon Nj 08833-2223. To: = Whitcraft
  Corp, Eastford Ct 06242-0128. First article test required.
  No = telephone requests. Only written or faxed requests received
  directly = from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible
  sources solicited = may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered. The = proposed contract action is
  for supplies and services for which the = Government intends
  to solicit and negotiate with only one, or a limited = number
  of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  = may identify their interest and capability to respond to
  the = requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent
  is not a request = for competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under an existing basic = ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be = considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the Government not to
  = compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Award will be made only = if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer meets = qualification
  requirements at the time of award in accordance with FAR =
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where
  = additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  = requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. =05
  It is = suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Note: An
  Ombudsman = has been appointed to hear concerns from offerors
  or potential Offerors = during the proposal development phase
  of this acquisition. The purpose = of the Ombudsman is not
  to diminish the authority of the program = director or contracting
  officer, but to communicate contractor = concerns, issues,
  disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate = government
  personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman will maintain = strict
  confidentiality as to 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 Ombudsman = at (405) 736-3273. DO NOT CALL THIS
  NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS. = Note: Faxed solicitation
  requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, = Tinker AFB OK
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written =
  Quotation will be issued. The anticipated award date will be
  60 days = after the issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 1.=20
  Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes
  at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-48590/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2Q8)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--DIIFFUSER CASE ASSEMBLY/TF33
SOL F34601-02-R-48572
DUE 100901
POC Joanna Latting, Buyer, Phone (405)734-8109, Fax (405)739-4237,
  = Email joanna.latting@tinker.af.mil
DESC: DESC: OC-ALC/LPDPA DIR CONTRACTING/PROPULSION 3001 STAFF
  DR STE = 2AG1 106C TINKER AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3032 Diffuser
  Case Assy For additional information contact Joanna Latting/LPDPA/(405)739-5507
  = Item 0001 NSN: 2840-00-117-4891RV P/N: 586559, PREDOMINANT
  FUNCTION: = Engineering critical item. Used to diffuse 16th
  stage air. Supports = rear compressor main bearing and fuel
  manifold assy. Houses 16th stage = exit guide vases, main structural
  members, bosses on outside for = breather pressurizing and
  anti-icing air. 45 EA. Applicable to = TF33-5/9 engines. Destn:
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3032 Delivery: 31 Oct = 2002 45 EA. Electronic
  procedure will be used for this solicitation. = GOVERNMENT/COMMERCIAL
  NEW/UNUSED SURPLUS IS ACCEPTABLE. The = approximate issue/response
  date will be 06 Sep 2001. This item is = competitive, but there
  is no data or qualification requirements = available. The anticipated
  award date is 31 Dec 2001. Written = quotations are required.
  To: United Technologies/Pratt & Whitney, = Delta Industries
  Inc and Heintz Corporation. Interested persons may = identify
  their interest and capability to respond to the requirement
  or = submit proposals. This notice of intent is not a request
  for = competitive proposals. However, all proposals received
  within forty = five-days (thirty days if award is issued under
  an existing basic = ordering agreement) after date of publication
  of this synopsis will be = considered by the Government. A
  determination by the Government not to = compete this proposed
  contract based upon responses to this notice is = solely within
  the discretion of the Government. Information received = will
  normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining
  = whether to conduct a competitive procurement. It is suggested
  that = small business firms or others interested in subcontracting
  = opportunities in connection with the described procurement
  make contact = with the firms listed above. Note: An Ombudsman
  has been appointed to = hear concerns from offerors or potential
  offerors during the proposal = development phase of this acquisition.
  An Ombudsman is not to diminish = the authority of the program
  director or contracting officer, but to = communicate contractor
  concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations to the
  appropriate government personnel. When = requested, the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict confidentiality as to = source selection
  process. Interested parties are invited to call the = Ombudsman
  at (405)736-3273. DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION
  = REQUESTS.
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  html
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CITE: (D-229 SN50V346)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
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--28 -- PROBE, STATIC TUBE
SOL F34601-01-49833
DUE 092401
POC Christy Lam, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-8762, Fax
  = null, Email christy.lam@tinker.af.mil
DESC: THIS IS A MOD TO EXTEND THE DUE DATE FROM 13 AUGUST 2001
  TO 24 = SEPTEMBER 2001. ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN
  UNCHANGED. DESC: OC-ALC/LPDBA DIR CONTRACTING/PROPULSION 3001
  STAFF DR STE = 1AC1112A TINKER AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3032
  Probe, Static Tube For = additional information contact Christy
  Lam/LPDBA/(405) 734-8762 Item = 0001 NSN: 6685013083725NZ P/N:
  4074123, SIZE/DIMENSION: approx. 4 = inches in long. PREDOMINAT
  MATERIAL/FORM/FIR AND FUNCTION: AMS 5589 = and PWA 649 NICKEL
  ALLOYS. This Probe senses the burner pressure and = is mounted
  to the diffuser case. It is used on the F100-100/200 ILC =
  core only. 46 EA. Destn: Tinker AFB OK 73145-3032. Delivery:
  23 EA = 31 OCT 01/23 EA 30 NOV 01. Qualification requirements:
  Sources must be = qualified prior to being considered for award.
  The solicitation will = contain instructions for obtaining
  further information on this = requirement. The requirements
  of FAR 9.202(A) have been completed and = copies of the qualification
  requirements and standards may be obtained = as described in
  the solicitation. These qualification requirements = apply
  to line item(s) 0001. The approximate issue/response date will
  = be 13 August 2001. This item is competitive. The anticipated
  award = date is 12 September 2001. Written procedure will be
  used for this = solicitation. Only written or faxed requests
  received directly from = the requester are acceptable. All
  responsible sources solicited may = submit a bid, proposal,
  or quotation, which shall be considered. Note: = An Ombudsman
  is not to diminish the authority of the program director =
  or contracting officer, but to communicate contractor concerns,
  issues, = disagreements, and recommendations to the appropriate
  government = personnel. When requested, the Ombudsman will
  maintain strict = confidentiality as to source selection process.
  Interested parties are = invited to call the Ombudsman at (405)
  736-3273. DO NOT CALL THIS = NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS.
  Note: Faxed solicitation requests = can be submitted to OC-ALC/LPDBA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3032, FAX NUMBER = (405) 734-8776. See
  Note(s): 26, 23=20
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CITE: (D-229 SN50V376)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--BEARING, ROLLING, CYLINDRICAL; TF 39 ENGINE
SOL F34601-01-R-0135
DUE 101701
POC Brandi Priddy, Contract Negotiator, Email brandi.priddy@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Contracting Address: OC-ALC/LPDAB, DIR CONTRACTING/PROPULSION,
  3301 STAFF DR. STE 2AE1 109H, TINKER AFB, OK 73145-3032 Noun:
  Bearing, Rolling, Cylindrical Solicitation Number: F34601-01-R-0135
  Approximate Issue Date: 17 September 2001 Approximate Due Date:
  17 October 2001 Anticipated award date: 05 October 2001 For
  additional information contact: Brandi Priddy/LPDAB/(405)739-7530
  Applicable: TF39 NSN: 3110-00-283-8090 Part Number: 9081M69P01
  Qty: 35 EA Delivery: 31 October 2002 Destination: 2 EA to Norfolk,
  VA 23512-0001; 10 EA to San Diego, CA 92135-7058; 2 EA to Jacksonville,
  FL 32212-0103, 21 EA to San Diego, CA 92136 Qualification Requirements:
  Sources must be qualified prior to being considered for award.
  The solicitation will contain instructions for obtaining further
  information on this requirement. This part must be acquired
  from a manufacturing source specified on a source control or
  selected item drawing as defined by the current version of
  DoD-STD-100 (Drawing 9081M69P01 from cage 07482). Suitable
  technical data, Government data rights, or manufacturing knowledge
  are not available to permit acquisition from other sources,
  nor qualification testing of another part, nor use of a second
  source part in the intended application. Although, by DoD-STD-100
  definition, altered and selected items shall have an adequate
  technical data package, data review discloses that required
  data or data rights are not in Government possession and cannot
  be economically obtained. Solicitation Procedures: written
  No telephone requests - only written or faxed requests received
  directly from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible
  sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered. Note: An Ombudsman has been appointed
  to address concerns from offerors or potential offerors during
  the proposal development phase of this 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 confidentiality as to the source of the concern. The
  Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation of proposals
  or in the source selection process. Interested parties are
  invited to call Ombudsman at (405)736-3273. Note: Faxed solicitation
  requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/LPDAB, Tinker, AFB OK 73145-3032,
  (405)739-5493. Numbered Notes: 22, 23, 26
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-01-R-0135/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V382)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 28--Engines, Turbines and Components
OFFADD: Defense Logistics Agency, Logistics Operations, Defense
  Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis Highway, Richmond,
  VA, 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 28--PLENUM ASSEMBLY, LOWER HALF
SOL SP0480-01-R-3953
DUE 102601
POC Cheri Warriner, Contract Specialist, Phone (804)279-3452,
  Fax (804)279-5723, Email cwarriner@dscr.dla.mil
DESC: NSN: 2835-00-777-1729; Plenum Assembly, Lower Half; Honeywell
  Intl Inc, Cage 99193; P/N 74798-41; Acceptable Source: Service
  and Sales, Cage 59915; Specifications, plans or drawings relating
  to the procurement described, are not available and cannot
  be furnished by the Government; FOB Origin; Unrestricted with
  other than full and open competition;Total quantity is 83 each
  plus 100% option; Delivery of 27 each to Tracy, CA 95376-5000
  and 56 each to New Cumberland, PA 17070-5001; 228 DARO; Automated
  best value model-the final contract award decision may be based
  upon a combination of price, past performance, and other evaluation
  factors as described in the solicitation; Issue date 10 Sep
  01.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/DLA/J3/DSCR/SP0480-01-R-3953/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3B7)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
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--SPACER COMPRESSOR
SOL F34601-02-Q-48530
DUE 100101
POC Dustin Wallace, Contract Negotiator, Phone (405)739-5475,
  Fax = (405)739-4237, Email dustin.wallace@tinker.af.mil - Mike
  Shirley, = Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-8092, Fax 405-739-4237,
  Email = michael.shirley@tinker.af.mil
DESC: MODIFICATION TO PRESOLICITATION NOTICE: PRESOLICITATION
  NOTICE F34601-01-Q-48530 IS REVISED TO READ: = F34601-02-Q-48530
  28?SPACER COMPRESSOR SOL F34601-02-Q-48530 , OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER
  AFB OK = 73145-3015, For additional information contact Dustin
  Wallace/ LPDPA/ = [405]739-5490 Item 0001 NSN 2840-01-305-5307RV
  P/N: 413918P20, SPACER, = COMPRESSOR, APPROX 19.214 INCHES
  DIA. X 1.908 INCHES THICK KNIFE EDGE = SEAL IS LOCATED ON THE
  DIA. MATERIAL IS AMS 5660 NICKEL ALLOY. = FUNTION: PROVIDE
  PROPER SPACING BETWEEN THE 15TH AND 16TH STAGE = COMPRESSOR
  DISK. 14EA. Applicable to: TF33 Engines. Destn: Tinker Air
  = Force Base Ok 73145-3032. Delivery: 31 January 2003 , 14
  ea. = Qualification requirements: Sources must be qualified
  prior to being = considered for award. The solicitation will
  contain instructions for = obtaining further information on
  this requirement. The requirements of = FAR 9.202(A) have been
  completed and copies of the qualification = requirements and
  standards may be obtained as described in the = solicitation.
  These qualification requirements apply to line item(s) = 0001
  The approximate issue/response date will be 01 OCT 2001. The
  = anticipated award date will be 22 October 2001. This award
  is = contingent on the availability of funds for 2002. Electronic
  = notification procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  To: Aero = Precision, Grosite Industries, Inc., Flanagan Bros
  Inc., Budney Co., = Inc., Dover Tool Co., Machine Products
  Co Inc., Demusz Mfg Co Inc., = Datum Machining Services, Atlantic
  Aerospace, Dexter Tool Co., Union = Machine Co of Lynn Inc.,
  Space Craft Mfg Inc., Jet Industries, Turbine = Engine Component
  Textron, Hansen Engrng and Machinery Co Inc., Birken = Mfg
  Co., Beacon Industries Inc., Electro-Methods Inc., Stowe Machine
  Co = Inc., First Article Test required. All responsible sources
  solicited = may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which
  shall be considered. = Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), Justification:
  Supplies (or Services) = required are available from only one
  or a limited number of responsible = source(s) and no other
  type of supplies or services will satisfy agency = requirements.
  Award will be made only if the offeror, the = product/service,
  or the manufacturer meets qualification requirements = at the
  time of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1. The =
  solicitation identifies the office where additional information
  can be = obtained concerning qualification requirements as
  cited in each = individual solicitation. It is suggested that
  small business firms or = others interested in subcontracting
  opportunities in connection with = the described procurement
  make contact with the firm(s) listed. Note: = While price will
  be a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, = the
  final contract award decision may be based upon a combination
  of = price and past performance factors as detailed in the
  solicitation. = Note: An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear
  concerns from offerors or = potential Offerors during the proposal
  development phase of this = acquisition. The purpose of the
  Ombudsman is not to diminish the = authority of the program
  director or contracting officer, but to = communicate contractor
  concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations to the
  appropriate government personnel. When = requested, the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict confidentiality as to = 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 Ombudsman at (405) 736-3273.
  DO NOT = CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS. Note:
  Faxed solicitation = requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, = FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request
  for Written Quotation will be issued. = The anticipated award
  date will be 60 days after the issuance of this = notice. See
  Note (s) 1,26. POINT OF CONTACT: Dustin Wallace, Contract Negotiator,
  Email Dustin.Wallace@tinker.af.mil Mike Shirley, Contracting
  Officer, Phone 405-739-2318, Fax = 405-739-5451, Email mike.shirley@tinker.af.mil
  =20 Place of Contract Performance has not been specified. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-48530/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3G6)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 29--ENGINE ACCESSORIES
SOL SP0480-01-R-0156
POC BARBARA HATCH @ 804-279-5851. Vendors may call the Bid Request
  Hotline at 804-279-3350 to request a copy of the solicitation
  or fax a request to 804-279-4165.
DESC: NSN: 2840-01-191-1893,Blade, Turbine Rotor, P/N 9530M90P02,
  REV "AJ", PR No: ARG 00054053500, Solicitation No. SP0480-01-R-0156
  total quantity 17,892 each (AEQ). Solicitation will include
  a quantity option for increase up to 100%. Origin inspection
  required. Critical application item. Quantity variance is plus
  or minus 0%. The approved sources are General Electric Co.(Cage
  07482), Howmet Corp. Machining Div. (Cage 3V257), Walbar Metals,
  Inc. (Cage 58556) and Therm, Inc. (Cage 99160). Solicitation
  will be issued on an unrestricted basis, under other than full
  and open competition procedures. First Article Test required.
  This solicitation contains a SURGE requirement. The Government's
  required delivery schedule is 270 days ARO for Stock and 30
  days ARO for DVD. Specifications, Plans or Drawings related
  to the procurement described are NOT available and can not
  be furnished by the Government on this NSN. Effective June
  1, 1998, in order to receive an award, regardless of dollar
  value, you must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration
  (CCR). Annual updates to your registration will be required.
  For registration procedures and information, please call 1-888-227-2423
  or visit the World Wide Web at http://ccr.edi.disa.mil.  

LINKURL: http://www.dscr.dla.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: bhatch@dscr.dla.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N0)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 29--Engine Accessories
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 29--RADIATOR, ENGINE COOLANT
SOL DAAE07-01-R-M063
POC Sharon Johnson (810) 574-5896
DESC: Item: Radiator, Engine Coolant. NSN: 2930-01-433-2227.
  PN: 12468572 (Military) / 1625 (Manufacturer). Minimum Guaranteed
  Quantity: 310 each / Maximum 5-Year Quantity: 3,875 each. Option:
  N/A. FOB: Origin. See Note 22. The offer due date is on or
  about 04 October 2001 (THIS IS NOT THE ACTUAL DUE DATE OF THE
  SOLICITATION - PLEASE SEE THE ACTUAL SOLICITATION FOR THE DUE
  DATE ONCE IT HAS BEEN POSTED TO THE TACOM WEB-SITE). 
LINKURL: http://contracting.tacom.army.mil/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: johnsons@tacom.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V390)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 30--ACTUATOR, ELECTRO - ME
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0188
POC Marilyn Williamson, Contract Specialist, (309) 782-5108
DESC: DESC: NSN: 3010-01-322-0161, Part Number:9377711, The item
  to procure is Spring Actuator Assembly, machined from steel,
  corrosion resistant type, parts include body, caps, shaft,
  plug, spring, washer, dowel, rod end and bearing. The approximate
  size is 5 inches long with a two inch square flange. Actuator
  develop load of 1080 lbs at the retracted position. Car paint
  is required. Requirements are 270 each, Actuator, Electro-ME.
  FOB is DESTINATION. For use on the M1 Tank. Estimated issue
  date is 6 Sept 2001. The proposed contract will include a 100
  percent option per year for two years. Proposed contract is
  a 100% small business set-aside. This solicitation will be
  issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.501, 5.102(a)(7)
  and 14.205-1(c) therefore hardcopies will not be provided.
  Vendors wishing an electronic copy may download it on or after
  the issue date by accessing the following address via the internet:
  http://aais.ria.army.mil/aais/SOLINFO/index.htm. CAUTION: This
  solicitation will be issued electronically as will any amendments
  thereto. Because of this, the Government is under no obligation
  and is in fact unable to maintain a bidders mailing list. It
  is therefore incumbent upon any interested parties to periodically
  access the above internet address in order to obtain any amendments
  which may be issued. Failure to obtain any said amendments
  and to respond to them prior to the date and time set for bid
  opening/receipt of proposals may render your bid or proposal
  nonresponsive and result in the rejection of same. This solicitation
  incorporates a Technical Data Package (TDP) that cannot be
  provided via the internet. Vendors who need this TDP in order
  to prepare a bid or proposal are instructed to request same
  by submission of an email request to: tacom-ri-tdp@ria.army.mil.
  Any said requests should contain the following information;
  CAGE Code (if available), Company Name, Point of Contact (optional),
  Street Address, City, State, Zip Code, Telephone Number. A
  TDP will be provided by normal mail after the solicitation
  has been released to the internet.  All or a part of this
  action is an unfunded FY01 requirement.  
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2R6)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
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: 30--DIFFERENTIAL GEAR
SOL F34601-02-Q-22061
DUE 100801
POC Carol Okazaki, Contracting Officer, Phone 405 734-4639, Fax
  = (405) 739-3462, Email carol.okazaki@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 30--DIFFERENTIAL GEAR SOL F34601-02-Q-22061
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Carol = Okazaki/Lidab/[405]734-4639 Item
  0001 NSN 3040-01-326-9727HS P/N: = 742727B, Differtial assembly
  is an internal part that responds to gear = and pully re- action
  and different rpm of the csd. Reacts to increase = or decrease
  revolution required to run CSD. 8 inches high, 4 inches = indiameter.
  Made of aluminum and steel. 4EA. Applicable to: F15e. = Destn:
  Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 31 May 2002
  4 ea = Qualification requirements: Sources must be qualified
  prior to being = considered for award. The solicitation will
  contain instructions for = obtaining further information on
  this requirement. The qualification = requirements for this
  item were established prior to 19 Oct 1984 and = the requirements
  of FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These qualification = requirements
  apply to line item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response =
  date will be 06 SEP 2001. The anticipated award date will be
  07 Dec = 2001. Written procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  To: = Hamilton Sundstrand Corp, Rockford Il 61125-7002. No
  telephone = requests. Only written or faxed requests received
  directly from the = requestor are acceptable. All responsible
  sources solicited may submit = a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered. The proposed = contract action is
  for supplies and services for which the Government = intends
  to solicit and negotiate with only one, or a limited number
  of = sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  may = identify their interest and capability to respond to
  the requirement or = submit proposals. This notice of intent
  is not a request for = competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under an existing basic = ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be = considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the Government not to
  = compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Award will be made only = if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer meets = qualification
  requirements at the time of award in accordance with FAR =
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where
  = additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  = requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. =05
  It is = suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  = plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described
  are incomplete = or not available and cannot be furnished by
  the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation requests can be
  submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK = 73145-3015, FAX
  NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation = will
  be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days after
  the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26. Click here
  to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS Click
  Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-22061/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U9)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 30--Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment
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: 30--SHAFT ASSEMBLY
SOL F34601-02-Q-05565
DUE 100801
POC Alan Welch, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-5410, Fax
  405 = 739-4417, Email alan.welch@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 30--SHAFT ASSEMBLY SOL F34601-02-Q-05565
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Alan = Welch/Lidib/[405]739-5410 Item 0001
  NSN 3040-01-250-6144HS P/N: PARKER = HANNIFIN 3867039-1, Consists
  of one detent shaft, two Roller, spherical = 2 shaft roller,
  External Involute spline data: 17 teeth. 30EA. = Applicable
  to: F-15. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028. = Delivery:
  31 Dec 2002 30 ea The approximate issue/response date will
  be = 06 SEP 2001. The anticipated award date will be 07 Dec
  2001. Written = procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  To: Abex/Nwl Aerospaces, = Kalamazoo Mi 49001-4165. No telephone
  requests. Only written or faxed = requests received directly
  from the requestor are acceptable. All = responsible sources
  solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation = which
  shall be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), = Justification:
  Supplies (or Services) required are available from only = one
  or a limited number of responsible source(s) and no other type
  of = supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements.
  The proposed = contract action is for supplies and services
  for which the Government = intends to solicit and negotiate
  with only one, or a limited number of = sources under the authority
  of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may = identify their interest
  and capability to respond to the requirement or = submit proposals.
  This notice of intent is not a request for = competitive proposals.
  However, all proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty
  days if award is issued under an existing basic = ordering
  agreement) after date of publication of this synopsis will
  be = considered by the Government. A Determination by the Government
  not to = compete this proposed contract based upon responses
  to this notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =05 It is suggested that = small business firms
  or others interested in subcontracting = opportunities in connection
  with the described procurement make contact = with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to = the
  procurement described are incomplete or not available and cannot
  be = furnished by the Government. Note: Faxed solicitation
  requests can be = submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER = (405)739-3656. Request for Written
  Quotation will be issued. The = anticipated award date will
  be 60 days after the issuance of this = notice. See Note (s)
  26.=20 Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes
  at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-05565/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V6)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 31--BEARING,BALL,ANNULA
SOL N0010401RAK89
DUE 100501
POC Contact Point, Jennifer L Blair, 846.2j, (717)605-1767, Fax,
  (717)605-4163, Twx, Not-avail, Contracting Officer, Joy K Shilvock,
  846.2, (717)605-1426
DESC: NSN 1H-3110-01-044-7290-NT, SPEC NR TDP VER 008, Qty 50
  EA, Deliver to Receiving Officer Fisc Norfolk Norfolk VA, See
  Notes 9,23,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-228 SN50V2E7)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
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: 31--BEARING
SOL F34601-02-Q-05600
DUE 100801
POC Sam Hoisington, Buyer, Phone 405-739-4466, Fax 405-739-4417,
  = Email sam.hoisington@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 31--BEARING SOL F34601-02-Q-05600
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK = 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Sam = Hoisington/Lidia/[405]739-4466 Item
  0001 NSN 3120-01-231-0993HS P/N: = 3867156-1, Consists of bearing,
  p/n m81936/1-20, fitting p/n nas516-1a = and rod end p/n 3867156-3.
  7in x 4in x 2in, steel, atch point for F-15E = stab actuator
  to surface. 11EA. Applicable to: F-15. Destn: FB2029. = Delivery:
  31 Jan 2003 11 ea Qualification requirements: Sources must
  be = qualified prior to being considered for award. The solicitation
  will = contain instructions for obtaining further information
  on this = requirement. The qualification requirements for this
  item were = established prior to 19 Oct 1984 and the requirements
  of FAR 9.202(A) = do not apply. These qualification requirements
  apply to line item(s) = 0001 The approximate issue/response
  date will be 06 SEP 2001. The = anticipated award date will
  be 07 Dec 2001. Written procedure will be = used for this solicitation.
  To: Abex/Nwl Aerospaces, Kalamazoo Mi = 49001-4165. No telephone
  requests. Only written or faxed requests = received directly
  from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible = sources
  solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall
  = be considered. The proposed contract action is for supplies
  and = services for which the Government intends to solicit
  and negotiate with = only one, or a limited number of sources
  under the authority of FAR = 6.302. Interested persons may
  identify their interest and capability to = respond to the
  requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent = is
  not a request for competitive proposals. However, all proposals
  = received within forty five-days (thirty days if award is
  issued under = an existing basic ordering agreement) after
  date of publication of this = synopsis will be considered by
  the Government. A Determination by the = Government not to
  compete this proposed contract based upon responses = to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. =
  Information received will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose = of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Award will = be made only if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer = meets qualification
  requirements at the time of award in accordance = with FAR
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where
  = additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  = requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. =05
  It is = suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  = plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described
  are incomplete = or not available and cannot be furnished by
  the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation requests can be
  submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK = 73145-3015, FAX
  NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation = will
  be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days after
  the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26.=20 Click here
  to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS Click
  Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-05600/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2R2)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
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: 31--BEARING, ROLLER
SOL F34601-01-Q-0133
DUE 092601
POC Billie Kindschuh, Contract Negotiator, Email = billie.kindschuh@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 17-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LPDPB
  DIR CONTRACTING/PROPULSION 3001 STAFF DR STE 2AC4/109B = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3032=20 31--BEARING, ROLLER SOL F34601-01-Q-0133
  DUE 092601 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Billie = Kindschuh/LPDAA/[405]739-7580
  Item 0001 NSN 3110-00-825-6048OK P/N: = 841B585P1, 3 in wide,
  5 in high, 5 in length Func: Keeps shaft in line = and obstructs
  the thrust loads 10EA. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok = 73145-3032.
  Delivery: 31 May 2002 10 ea Qualification requirements: = Sources
  must be qualified prior to being considered for award. The
  = solicitation will contain instructions for obtaining further
  = information on this requirement. The qualification requirements
  for = this item were established prior to 19 Oct 1984 and the
  requirements of = FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These qualification
  requirements apply to = line item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response
  date will be 26 SEP = 2001. Written procedure will be used
  for this solicitation. To: MRC = Bearings Inc. Jamestown NY
  14702-0280. To: General Electric Co, Lynn Ma = 01910-0445.
  No telephone requests. Only written or faxed requests = received
  directly from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible
  = sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall = be considered. Award will be made only if the
  offeror, the = product/service, or the manufacturer meets qualification
  requirements = at the time of award in accordance with FAR
  clause 52.209-1. The = solicitation identifies the office where
  additional information can be = obtained concerning qualification
  requirements as cited in each = individual solicitation. It
  is suggested that small business firms or = others interested
  in subcontracting opportunities in connection with = the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Note: = While
  price will be a significant factor in the evaluation of offers,
  = the final contract award decision may be based upon a combination
  of = price and past performance factors as detailed in the
  solicitation. = Note: An Ombudsman has been appointed to hear
  concerns from offerors or = potential Offerors during the proposal
  development phase of this = acquisition. The purpose of the
  Ombudsman is not to diminish the = authority of the program
  director or contracting officer, but to = communicate contractor
  concerns, issues, disagreements, and = recommendations to the
  appropriate government personnel. When = requested, the Ombudsman
  will maintain strict confidentiality as to = 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 Ombudsman at (405) 736-3273.
  DO NOT = CALL THIS NUMBER FOR SOLICITATION REQUESTS. Note:
  Faxed solicitation = requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, = FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. See Note
  (s) 26.=20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-01-Q-0133/listing.h=
  tml
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3B1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 31--Bearings
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Richmond, 8000 Jefferson Davis
  Highway, Richmond, VA 23297-5000
SUBJECT: 31--BEARINGS/ SYNOPSIS
SOL SP044101R4137
DUE 010410
POC Luanne Stamper/BZ117/804-279-6655/ Contract Specialist.,
  Debra M. Call/804-279-4368., Contracting Officer
DESC: RPG01017000400, 3120-00-904-9829., Bearing, Plain, ROD
  End., Honeywell Intl Inc(Cage 99193), Dwg 1-300-341 Rev B,
  DWG P/N 1-300-341-01; Approved Source: Roller Bearing of America
  Inc. (cage 73134). Specifications, plans, or drawings relating
  to the procurement described are not available and cannot be
  furnished by the Government.,PRLI (0001)Quantity 1651,. UI
  (EA) Required Delivery 126 Days ARO., Destination: DDSP New
  Cumberland Facility, New Cumberland, PA (SNG). PRLI (0002)
  Quantity 1650,. UI (EA) Required Delivery 126 Days ARO., Destination:
  Defense Distribution Depot San Joaquin, Stockton, CA (AQ5).,
  Other Than Full and Open., More than one source., Unrestricted.,
  The final contract award decision may be based upon a combination
  of price, past performance, and other evaluation factors as
  described in the solicitation., FOB destination Insp/Accep
  @ Origin: Source control item., QAP B02 Applies: DMS Rating
  DO-A1., 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 dated 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." The solicitation issue date is 4 September 2001.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3F4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 32--Woodworking Machinery and Equipment
OFFADD: Dept of Justice, Fed Prison Industries, 320 1st Street
  NW - Material Mgt Branch, Washington, DC 20534-0001
SUBJECT: 32--EDGEBANDER
SOL MT599-01
DUE 082401
POC M. John Huotari, 202-305-7258
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 MT599-01 and this
  solicitation is issued as a Definite Delivery/Definite Quantity
  Type Requirement. The solicitation document and incorporated
  provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal
  Acquisition Circular 9719. The Standard Industrial
  Classification code is 3553 and small business size standard
  is 500. This solicitation is for a new Brandt Model KD-97 edgebander
  that will be used for specific needs in UNICOR's Dorm and Quarters
  furniture factory and to uniformly standardize our production
  operation at Leavenworth, KS. Using this machine is the first
  phase of UNICOR's realignment project for the D&Q program.
  SPECIFICATIONS: Requires totally programable capability of
  each working function with digital read-out. Motorized upper
  pressure beam. Automatic magazine for strip and coil feeding.
  Glue wheel glue application not a glue nozzle. Hardwood edge
  band capability of 20mm. Granulated glue system. End Trimming
  Station: Straight/chamfer end trimming min. 1 hp motors. Flush
  Trimming Unit: Program controlled pnuematic indexing, horizontal
  and vertical tracing with lateral location indexing digitally
  with calibration to .1mm, tiltable to 25 degrees, min 2 hp
  motors. Fine trimming unit: Program controlled pneumatic indexing,
  horizontal and vertical tracing with lateral location indexing
  degitally within. 1mm. tiltable to 25 degrees, combination
  straight and radius cutter heads, flush trim capable up to
  13 mm edge thickness, 3mm radius, min. 3/4 hp motors. Contour
  Trimming Unit: Equipped with 3mm radius insert cutterheads-reverseable,
  rounding front and trailing corner capability, min. 1/2 hp
  motors. Scraping Unit with Knives: Program controlled pneumatic
  indexing, chamfer and round scraping capability, 3mm radius
  reversible profile knives, digital set-up for top and bottom
  scraping knives. Top and Bottom Oscillating Buffing Unit: Top
  and bottom oscillating buffing unit for horizontal edges, min.
  1/3 hp motors. Delivery, factory set-up and installation to
  be included: UNICOR will require contractor to install the
  machine, wire and get-ready for factory technician to set-up
  and train our factory staff. Delivery within 45 days At Receipt
  of Order and shall be FOB destination to UNICOR, Federal Prison
  Industries, Inc., 1300 Metropolitan Avenue, Leavenworth, Kansas,
  66048. The COTR shall be John Pugh, Quality Assurance Manager,
  913-682-8700x363. Provision at FAR 52.2121, Instructions
  to OffertoryCommercial applies to this acquisition.
  Offers are to include a completed copy of the provision at
  52.2123, Offer or Representations and CertificationsCommercial
  Items, with their proposal. Clause 52.2122, EvaluationCommercial
  Items applies. FPI9999.9999, Business Management Questionnaire
  must be completed with a minimum of 3-5 references for contracts
  that are of similar size and complexity. Clause at 522124,
  Contract Terms and ConditionsCommercial Items apply.
  Clause 52.2125, Contract Terms and Conditions Required
  to Implement Statutes Or Executive OrdersCommercial
  Items applies. 52.2046, Contractor Identification Number
  Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) applies. In accordance
  with FAR 52.21618 Ordering, the order may be issued
  under the resulting contract from the date of award through
  one year thereafter. OMB Clearance 9000-0136 Expires September
  30, 2001. FAR 52.23234 Payment by Electronic Funds
  Transfer-Non-Central Contractor Registration applies. Vendors
  shall submit signed and dated proposals to UNICOR, Federal
  Prison Industries, 400 First St. N.W., 6th Floor, Washington
  D.C. 20534, tel. 202-305-7353, FAX 202-305-7353/54. Proposals
  should be submitted on the SF1449. Proposal and certifications
  may also be sent by facsimile to M. John Huotari, Contracting
  Officer. The date and time for receipt of proposals is Close
  of Business Friday, August 24, 2001. The proposal must indicate
  solicitation No. MT599-01, time specified for receipt of offerors,
  name, address and telephone number of offeror, technical description
  of the item being offered in sufficient detail to evaluate
  compliance with the requirements in the solicitation, terms
  of any expressed warranty, price and any discount terms, remit
  to address, a completed copy of representations and certifications
  at FAR 52.2123, and acknowledgment of all amendments,
  if any. All proposals that fail to furnish required representations
  and certifications or information or reject the terms and conditions
  of the solicitation may be excluded from consideration. The
  Government may make award without discussions with offerors,
  therefore, the offeror=s initial proposal should contain offeror=s
  best pricing. Any amendments hereby issued to this solicitation
  shall be synopsized in the same manner as this solicitation
  and must be acknowledged by each offeror. Offeror must hold
  prices firm for 60 calendar days from the date specified for
  receipt of offers. Proposals or modifications to proposals
  received at the address specified for the receipt of proposals
  after the exact time specified may not be considered. Questions
  regarding requirement may be FAXed in writing to M. John Huotari.
  All forms necessary to submit a proposal as well as the solicitation
  referenced in this announcement may be accessed at the following
  web site: http://www.unicor.gov/procurement/metals. "Navigate
  to" can be scrolled down for the required ACH forms, 52.212-3,
  Business Questionaire, 1449, etc. A completed ACH form must
  be on file prior to contract award.     
LINKURL: www.unicor.gov/procurement/metals
LINKDESC: 
  download a copy of the RFP.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V354)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 35--Service and Trade Equipment
OFFADD: Roosevelt-Vanderbilt NHS, 519 Albany Post Road, Hyde
  Park, NY 12538
SUBJECT: 35--USED (1999 OR NEWER) TRAILER MOUNTED 
SOL R1790-01-0041
DUE 091301
POC Request for specs ONLY via fax 845-229-0739 or e-mail della_hansen@nps.gov
DESC: Used (1999 or newer) trailer mounted "Z" type extension
  boom personnel lift (equal to Genie Model TMZ-50/30) in excellent
  condition.  REQUEST FOR A BID PACKAGE SHOWING SPECIFICATIONS
  WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA FACSIMILE OR ELECRONIC MAIL ONLY. NO TELEPHONE
  REQUESTS FOR SOLICITATION PACKAGES WILL BE ACCEPTED. FAX NUMBER
  845-229-0739  E-MAIL della_hansen@nps.gov.   
LINKURL: www.arnet.gov/far/
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: della_hansen@nps.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 35--Service and Trade Equipment
OFFADD: National Imagery and Mapping Agency, St. Louis Contracting
  Center, Attn: PCS/L-13, 3200 South Second Street, St. Louis,
  MO 63118-3399
SUBJECT: 35--ONE 3M BRAND SCOTCHPRINT SP2000 PRINTER WITH OPTION
  TO PURCHASE UP TO THREE MORE.
SOL N/A
POC Joan Reagan, Contract Specialist, 314-263-4211 X112 or Antoinette
  Hamel, Contracting Officer
DESC: NIMA has a requirement for one large-format, electrostatic
  printer, brand name 3M Scotchprint SP2000. A controller SUN
  workstation with the most recent version of Scotchprint controller
  software, "Scotchprint Graphic Maker" is required with each
  printer. On-site delivery, installation and operator training
  at Norfolk, VA to be provided. Additionally, the requirement
  includes the option to purchase up to three more SP2000. The
  proposed contract action is for supplies for which the Government
  intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source under
  the authority of FAR 6.302, Red River Computer Company. Interested
  persons may identify their capability to respond to the requirement
  or submit proposals. However, all proposals received will be
  considered by the Government. Information received will normally
  be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether
  to conduct a competitive procurement. This product will be
  purchased on a modification to existing contract NMA402-01-C-0005.
  All sources interested in receiving further information about
  the requirement may submit their requests in writing via fax
  314-263-8024. No telephone requests accepted.
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A6)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 36--Special Industry Machinery
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training
  Command, Luke AFB Contracting Squadron, 14100 W. Eagle Street,
  Luke AFB, AZ, 85309
SUBJECT: 36--WEEDSEEKER
SOL F02604-01-T-0046
DUE 082701
POC Rebecca Schaffer, Contract Specialist, Phone 623-856-7179x252,
  Fax 6238563438, Email rebecca.schaffer@luke.af.mil
DESC: Brand name or equal; a complete Weedseeker system. Soliciation
  will be posted on or about 16 Aug 01.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AETC/LukeAFBCS/F02604-01-T-0046/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V289)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 36--Special Industry Machinery
OFFADD: Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  (BEP), Office of Procurement, 14th & C Streets, S.W., Washington,
  DC, 20228
SUBJECT: 36--REPAIR PART
SOL RFQ-27-01-067
DUE 082401
POC Sherese Lewis, Contract Specialist, Phone (202)874-2548,
  Fax (202)874-3135, Email Sherese.Lewis@bep.treas.gov - 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) is requesting
  quotations from vendors for Guiding Tape Holder Compl with
  Tape Bearers for Final Winding Device Item No 174 3-116-000820
  B (Repair Part for Goebel Stamp Coiling Machine III). The simplified
  acquisition procedures set forth in FAR Parts 12 and 13 shall
  be used. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation. This notice
  constitutes the only solicitation; therefore, a written request
  for quotation will not be issued. The Request for Quotation
  (RFQ) number is RFQ-27-01-067. The total quantity is 10 each.
  Delivery shall be made within 30 days after receipt of purchase
  order. Delivery terms are F.O.B Destination to the BEP Loading
  Dock at "D" Street, Between 13th and 14th Sts., S.W. Washington,
  D.C . The resulting purchase order shall be firm fixed price.
  The basis for award shall be price alone. All interested businesses
  are requested to submit a written quotation, which will be
  considered by the agency. Quotations may be submitted on a
  SF 1449 or on company letterhead. Quotations shall include
  the RFQ number, the proposed unit price, the proposed extended
  price, any prompt payment discount terms, company name, point
  of contact, address, phone number, fax number, tax identification
  number, DUNS number, and size status (i.e., small business,
  disadvantaged business or woman owned business). If this item
  is available under GSA Schedule please provide the schedule
  number. Quotations are due Monday, August 24, 2001 at 4:00p.m.
  Quotations may be mailed to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing
  (BEP) Office of Procurement Attn: Sherese Lewis, 14th and C
  Sts, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20228-0001 or faxed at (202) 874-2200
  or 3135. If you have any further questions, please contact
  Sherese Lewis, (202) 874 ?2548, Sherese.Lewis@bep.treas.gov.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/TREAS/BEP/OPDC20220/RFQ-27-01-067/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V303)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 36--Special Industry Machinery
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command,
  FISC PUGET SOUND, 467 W STREET, BREMERTON, WA, 98314-5000
SUBJECT: 36--36 -- ABRASIVE BLAST AND RECOVERY SYSTEM
SOL N00406-01-T-1331
DUE 083101
POC Victor Angkico, Contract Specialist, Phone 360-476-0267,
  Fax 360-476-8701, Email victor_b_angkico@puget.fisc.navy.mil
DESC: The purpose of this modification is to notify potential
  offerors that the subject solicitation for Abrasive Blasting
  and Recovery Systems will not be issued, and the previously
  issued pre-solicitation notice is canceled in its entirety.
  In accordance with FAR 8.001(a), a delivery order will be issued
  for these items against DLA contract SPO500-01-D-0027.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USN/NAVSUP/N00406/N00406-01-T-1331/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V343)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 37--Agricultural Machinery and Equipment
OFFADD: Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Highway
  6 West, Iowa City, IA 52246
SUBJECT: 37--BASIL 4600 CAGE AND RACK WASHER
SOL RFP 636A8-87-01
DUE 091401
POC Gary L. Rogers and 319-339-7158
DESC: The DVA Medical Center, Hwy 6 West, Iowa City, Iowa 52246,
  intends to purchase a Basil 4600 Cage and Rack washer or equal
  with the following requirements: the cage and rack washer fits
  in a room that is 11' 6" wide and 20' 9" long and contains
  a pit that is 98" wide, 96" long, and 13" deep adjacent to
  one wall. Our current washer is connected to the main facility
  that has the following utilities: 40PSI steam pressure, 191
  degrees fahreit, 208V, 20AMP, 3 phase electrical hookup, 2"
  drain in the pit, 12 x 22 exhaust ductwork overhead connected
  to exterior. We are requesting the removal of the existing
  washer to a dum area provided within 100 yards of our animal
  care unit and installation of the new washer including final
  hookup. This unit must be able to fit into the space available
  in the existing pit and be level with the room floor. All parts
  would need to be able to fit through a 40.5" be 82" door opening
  into the cage wash room. Pit mounted, programmable machine,
  equipped with pre-wash, wash, 2 rinses and exhaust cycles.
  This machines needs to accommodate a cage rack that is 2' wide
  , 6' feet long and 6' high. All stainless steel pump and stainless
  steel drain components. Single door with window - service access
  to the left. Floor ramp from floor to machine. Stainless steel
  heat exchange/coil. Vapor proof interior light. Stainless steel
  exhaust fan. Re-circulating water sump. Safety latch on inside
  of chamber. Set up to be used with alkaline and acid agent
  time monitored injection systems. Knocked down shipment. Installation,
  including final hookup. Tear down and removal of old washer.
  Need service and maintenance manuals. The solicitation will
  be issued on 8/24/01. The request for proposal is due back
  on 9/14/01. NAICS 339111. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3H6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 38--Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance
  Equipment--Potential Sources Sought
OFFADD: Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Albuquerque Field Operations,
  Acquisitions (AMA), 1680 Texas St., SE, Kirtland, AFB, NM 87117-5669
SUBJECT: 38--TUNNELING PROJECT AT WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE,
  NM
SOL DTRA02-01-Q-0019
DUE 083101
POC Elemita Woods, Purchasing Agent, (505) 853-0865, Patricia
  M. McDaniel, Contracting Officer, (505) 846-8799
DESC: Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Department of Defense
  (DoD), Albuquerque, NM, is soliciting Statements of Qualifications
  (SOQs) from interested contractors for a tunneling project
  on White Sands Missile Range, NM. The work includes establishing
  portals and driving tunnels in competent granite into steep
  mountain slopes. Four to eight separate tunnels may be excavated
  for the project with possible connecting tunnels excavated
  between. The total length of tunneling may vary from 400 to
  3,000 feet. The tunnels will have cross-sectional areas in
  the range of 200 square feet. The portals and tunnels will
  be equipped with ground control systems, electric services,
  lighting, and ventilation. In addition, a concrete bunker-like
  data-acquisition facility will be constructed at the site.
  The contractor will furnish all labor, equipment, and supplies
  for the project. An access road to the portals may be provided
  by DoD, or included as a part of the tunneling contract. There
  is currently no road to the tunnel site. Location: The tunnels
  will be located at a remote site near Capitol Peak on the Northern
  portion of White Sands Missile Range, about 64 miles by road
  southeast of Socorro, NM. There are no utilities available
  at the site. The potential window for beginning construction
  is the second quarter of Fiscal Year 2002 to the first quarter
  of Fiscal Year 2003. Depending on the amount of tunneling required,
  construction could take anywhere from 4 to 10 months. A request
  for proposal is anticipated to be issued early to mid Fiscal
  Year 2002. The magnitude of this project is between $500,000
  to $10,000,000. Prospective contractors shall be regularly
  engaged in excavation and construction for tunneling and mining
  projects, and shall be U.S.-owned companies. Statements of
  Qualification (SOQ): Contractors are invited to submit an SOQ
  that includes experience on projects of similar size and scope,
  tunneling equipment owned, and resumes of key personnel proposed
  for the project. The SOQ shall be no more than 20 pages in
  length, including attachments. The SOQ must be submitted by
  31 August 2001 and should be mailed and addressed to DTRA-TDTOE,
  ATTN: MAJ James Horton, 1680 Texas St SE, Kirtland AFB, NM
  87117. The information contained herein is for planning purposes
  and does not constitute an invitation for bids nor a request
  for proposal. The Government does not intend to award a contract
  on the basis of this notification or otherwise pay for the
  information provided.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Z8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 39--Materials Handling Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia Wanamaker
  Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  19107
SUBJECT: 39--LADDER HOIST WINCH AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE DREDGE
  HURLEY OF THE MEMPHIS DISTRICT
SOL DACW61-01-R-0042
DUE 091301
POC Mrs. Linda M. Dobbs, 215-656-6923, Contract Specialist
DESC: Correction: The proposal date is changed from 20 September
  2001 to 13 September 2001. All other information publicized
  in the original synopsis is correct. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2O2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 39--Materials Handling Equipment
OFFADD: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia Wanamaker
  Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  19107
SUBJECT: 39--LADDER HOIST WINCH AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE DREDGE
  HURLEY OF THE MEMPHIS DISTRICT
SOL DACW61-01-R-0042
DUE 091301
POC Mrs. Linda M. Dobbs, 215-656-6923, Contract Specialist
DESC: Correction: The proposal due date is changed from 20 September
  2001 to 13 September 2001. All other information publicized
  in the original synopsis is correct. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2S1)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Dist New Orleans, PO Box
  60267, New Orleans, LA 70160
SUBJECT: 41--AIR HANDLING UNITS
SOL DACW29-01-T-0138
DUE 081701
POC Joann Damare' Contract Specialist 504-862-2870
DESC: Solicitation number DACW29-01-T-0138 for labor, supervision,
  parts and materials and perform maintenance and repair on twenty-one(21)
  air handlers and five (5) leibert units is temporarily post-poned.

CITE: (W-228 SN50V2C5)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 41--Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Air Circulating
  Equipment
OFFADD: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health,
  PO Box 6495, Cincinnati, OH 45206
SUBJECT: 41--TWO-250 TON HELICAL ROTORY LIQUID CHILLERS-WATER
  COOLED
SOL RFQ2001-Q-05003
DUE 091201
POC Phyllis Schweickart, 513/533-8185 
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;
  quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. This solicitation is issued as Request for Quotations
  No. 2001-Q-05003. This procurement is being issued unrestricted.
  The standard Industrial Classification is 333415 with a size
  standard of 75 employees. The National Institute for Occupational
  Safety and Health located at 4676 Columbia Parkway,Cincinnati,Ohio
  has a requirement for the following equipment: Two 250 Ton
  Helical Rotory Liquid Chillers Water Cooled. The following
  equipment characteristics are required; 134a Refrigerant Charge,
  Factory Insulation, Refrigerant Isolation Valves, 3 Pass Evaporator,
  .64 KW/ton efficiency or better full load, .57 KW/ton or better
  IPLV, UL listed, 2 Pass Condenser, 150 psi Evaporator Water
  Pressure, 150 psi Condenser Water Pressure, 200 Volt/60Hz/3
  Phase, Solid State Starter NEMA Enclosed, Non-Fused Disconnect
  -Lockable, Under/Over Voltage protection, 592 or better rated
  load amperage unit mounted starter, Condenser tubes- enhanced
  fin copper, 83 dBA sound pressure level or lower. EVAPORATOR
  CONDENSER Designed, tested and stamped in accordance with ASME
  Code for refrigerant side working side pressure of 200psig
  or greater, All tube sheets will be carbon steel, Tubes will
  be individually replaceable, Tubes will be externally finned,
  internally enhanced seamless copper with lands at all tube
  sheets, Tubes will be mechanically fastened to tube supports.
  Design entering water temperature 42 degree F Evaporator, Design
  leaving water temperature 52 degrees F Evaporator, Design water
  flow rate 600 gpm Evaporator Maximum pressure drop 25 ft Evaporator,
  Design entering water temperature 85 degree F Condenser, Design
  leaving water temperature 95 degree F Condenser, Design water
  flow rate 750 gpm Condenser, Maximum pressure drop 25 ft Condenser.
  Microprocessor-Based Unit Control Panel - Monitors and controls
  operation. Include associated sensors, actuators, relays and
  switches, Chilled water reset for energy savings during part
  load operation, Standard electrical demand limiting, Diagnostic
  and operating points including chiller current draw ,condenser
  pressure, and evaporator pressure. The unit will be furnished
  complete with a digital control system in a lockable enclosure,
  factory mounted, wired and tested. The control center will
  include a minimum 40 character alphanumeric display showing
  all system parameters in English Digital programming of essential
  setpoints through a color coded tactile-feel keypad will include,
  leaving chilled water temperature, percent current limit, pull
  down demand limiting, and remote reset temperature range. All
  safety and cycle shutdowns will be enunciated through the alphanumeric
  display and consist of day, time ,cause of shutdown, and type
  of restart required,. Safety shutdown(manual restart) will
  include high condenser refrigerant pressure, low evaporator
  pressure, low evaporator-condenser differential pressure, high
  oil pressure, low oil pressure, high oil temperature, motor
  overload, and sensor malfunction. Cycling (automatic restart)
  shutdowns will include low water temperature, cooler/condenser
  water flow interruption ,power fault (loss of power, low voltage)
  and anti-recycle. System operating information will include,
  return/leaving chilled water temperatures, return/leaving condenser
  water temperatures, evaporator/condenser refrigerant pressures,
  differential oil pressure, percent motor current, evaporator/condenser
  saturation temperatures, compressor discharge temperature,
  oil temperature, operating hours and number of compressor starts.
  Security access will be provided to prevent unauthorized changing
  of setpoints, and to select local or remote control of the
  chiller, and to allow manual operation of the pre-rotation
  vanes and oil pump. Control center will be able to interface
  with the building automation system (Facilitator) to provide
  ,remote chiller startup, reset of chilled water temperature,
  demand limit ,and chiller fault(shutdown on a safety requiring
  reset). Flow Switch: Provide for evaporator flow for safe operation
  and freeze protection. START UP AND OPERATOR TRAINING A factory
  trained field service representative will supervise final leak
  testing, charging, and initial startup, and conduct concurrent
  operator instruction. Minimum of 16 hours training required
  Submit six (6) copies of operations and maintenance manuals.
  Manuals will be bound with index and tabs and include, equipment
  submittals, Equipment Performance Curves or Capacity Tables,
  and Operating and Maintenance Instruction Sheet with exploded
  parts list. Manuals to be completely marked to indicate the
  model number or part number for the unit. General Conditions
  Include cost of shipping, unloading units at facility, and
  rigging into building and setting in place the units. Site
  visits to inspect the conditions may be scheduled by contacting
  David Mersch at 513-533-8301. Government will be responsible
  for all door removals and repairs to building associated with
  rigging. Government is responsible for pad preparation for
  units. Performance will be certified in accordance with ARI
  Standard 550/590.-1998 by the factory and witnessed by the
  government engineer or his designee at contractors cost. Chiller
  will be tested at three operating points, randomly chosen by
  the government engineer, one week prior to test. No tolerances
  such as that normally allowed by ARI 550/590 on efficiencies
  or capacities will be accepted. Chiller manufacturer will repair
  or replace equipment at no cost to the government, until equipment
  is certified by ARI test procedures to meet the performance
  indicated by the manufacturer. Chiller manufacture will provide
  one year complete parts and labor warranty on entire chiller
  and 5 years parts and labor on motor and compressor. The warranty
  period will go into effect from date of startup. Quotes are
  due by 4:30 P.M. EST., 09/12/01. You may fax your quote to
  the following number; 513/533-8283, Attention Phyllis Schweickart.
  All responsible sources may submit a written proposal which,
  if received timely, will be considered by the agency. Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures will be utilized for this purchase.

EMAILADD: pjs2@cdc.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 374
  CONS, Unit 5228, Yokota AB, APO Japan, ., 96328-5228
SUBJECT: 42--EMERGENCY RESCUE RESPONSE KIT
SOL F62562-01-T-0843
DUE 083101
POC Ken Sato, Contract Specialist, Phone 81-42-552-3011, Fax
  81-42-553-7786, Email ken.sato@yokota.af.mil - Arthur Dinwiddie,
  Contracting Officer, Phone 81-42-552-3011, Fax 81-42-553-7786,
  Email arthur.dinwiddie@yokota.af.mil
DESC: A requirement for Curtis confined emergency rescue response
  kit, series CKK9 which includes on-site user start-up training.
  Please reference the Solicitation for the details.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/PAF/374CONS/F62562-01-T-0843/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2E2)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 42--Fire Fighting, Rescue and Safety Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 89th
  CONS, 1419 Menoher Drive, Andrews AFB, MD, 20762-6500
SUBJECT: 42--CARGO COMPARTMENT DOORS FOR FIRE FIGHTING TRUCKS
SOL Reference-Number-F1015612140200
DUE 082001
POC Cynthia Henderson, Contract Specialist, Phone 301-981-2307,
  Fax 301-981-1910, Email Cynthia.Henderson@andrews.af.mil
DESC: The solicitation for this requirement will be posted no
  later than close of business 1700 hours EST, Monday, 20 August
  2001.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AMC/89CONS/Reference-Number-F1015612140200/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2O9)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 43--Pumps and Compressors
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: 43--PUMP, ROTARY
SOL F34601-02-Q-22053
DUE 100801
POC Carol Okazaki, Contracting Officer, Phone 405 734-4639, Fax
  = (405) 739-3462, Email carol.okazaki@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 43--PUMP,ROTARY SOL F34601-02-Q-22053
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Carol = Okazaki/Lidab/[405]734-4639 Item
  0001 NSN 4320-01-258-3114HS P/N: = 742726, Scavenge pump assy
  is a vane type pump with rotor. It is = screwed into the center
  housing & connects with a spur gear which turns = it. Ref.
  T.O. 9H6-5-14-3. Approx. 5 inch in length. 2 inch in diameter
  = Material: steel & alloyed metal. 17EA. Applicable to: F15e.
  Destn: = Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 31
  Jan 2002 17 ea The = approximate issue/response date will be
  06 SEP 2001. The anticipated = award date will be 07 Dec 2001.
  Written procedure will be used for this = solicitation. To:
  Hamilton Sundstrand Corp, Rockford Il 61125-7002. No = telephone
  requests. Only written or faxed requests received directly
  = from the requestor are acceptable. All responsible sources
  solicited = may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which
  shall be considered. The = proposed contract action is for
  supplies and services for which the = Government intends to
  solicit and negotiate with only one, or a limited = number
  of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  = may identify their interest and capability to respond to
  the = requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent
  is not a request = for competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under an existing basic = ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this synopsis will be = considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the Government not to
  = compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this
  notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =05 It is suggested that = small business firms
  or others interested in subcontracting = opportunities in connection
  with the described procurement make contact = with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, plans, or drawings relating to = the
  procurement described are incomplete or not available and cannot
  be = furnished by the Government. Note: Faxed solicitation
  requests can be = submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER = (405)739-3656. Request for Written
  Quotation will be issued. The = anticipated award date will
  be 60 days after the issuance of this = notice. See Note (s)
  26.=20 Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes
  at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-22053/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U6)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 44--Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment and
  Nuclear Reactors
OFFADD: NASA/George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Procurement
  Office, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812
SUBJECT: 44--MULTI-ZONE CRYSTAL GROWTH FURNACE
SOL 8-1-1-SD-D5720
DUE 083101
POC  Poppy D Brothers, Contract Specialist, Phone (256) 544-7030,
  Fax (256) 544-9354, Email Poppy.Brothers@msfc.nasa.gov - Valerie
  N. Holmes, Contracting Officer, Phone (256)544-0314, Fax (256)544-9354,
  Email valerie.holmes@msfc.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). General specifications:
  Complete equipment with two 24-zone tubular furnaces. Temperature
  range: 25-1200 c. Operate in air or inert gas. Water cooling.
  Zone width 15 mm with 24 kanthal heating elements. 48 furnace
  control k type thermocouples. 8 sample thermocouples (users
  select type). Software process control. Stability: +/- 0.2
  c. Temperature gradient: from 0 to 40 c/cm. Zone traveling
  rate: 1 mm/day to 50 mm/hour. Power consumption: less than
  2.5 kw. Specifications on furnace: Two furnace modules: one
  54 mm inner diameter module and one 30 mm inner diameter module.
  Isothermality: 0.1 % or better. Surface temperture: less than
  50 c. Watercooled furnace base with sample cartridge base mounted
  to furnace. Power supply: Software controlled power supply.
  Input current: less than 25 ampere. Programming interface:
  serial rs485/rs232. Output voltage: 0 - 20 vdc. Output current:
  0-10 ampere. Effective resolution: 12-bit. Accuracy: 0.1% or
  better. Protection: overvoltage, overcurrent, overtemperature.
  Sampling Rate: 1 sample/sec for each zone. 24 isolated outputs.
  Data acquisition: 32-channel modular data acquisition system.
  Effective resolution: 16-bit. Input type: thermocouple, milli
  volts, v, milli ampere. Sampling rate: 48 samples/sec. Accuracy:
  0.1% or better. Power consumption: less than 1w. Frame and
  casing: combined steel/aluminum frame and casing. Maximum load:
  300 kg. Furnace module position: 360 degree (including vertical
  and Horizontal) Software: setpoint design System requirement:
  windows 95/98/nt. Zone setpoints: 32. Process length: maximum
  100 days. Automated mode: heat-up, cool-down, hold, translate,
  gradient profile, gradient zone. Manual mode: zone by zone.
  Other fetures: multi-document edit, setpoint player. Output
  file: dos text format. Process control: System requirement:
  msdos/windows95/98/nt input file format: dos text regulated
  properties: output voltage. Measured properties: zone temperature,
  output current, power supply temperature, sample temperature.
  Calculated properties: setpoint temperature, temperature deviation,
  output power. Variable process parameters: pid, output limit,
  registration interval. Charts: zone temperature vs. Time, sample
  temperature vs. Time, output power vs. Positions, sample temperature
  vs. Positions. Recorded properties: setpoint temperature, zone
  temperature, output voltage, output power, sample temperature.
  Output file format: dos binary. Safety features:detect/correct
  broken thermocouples, broken heaters and water out. Data process:
  System requirement: windows 95/98/nt. Calculated properties:
  interface position, temperature gradient, translation rate,
  power consumption. Charts: zone temperature vs. Time, sample
  temperature vs. Time, output power vs. Positions, sample temperature
  vs. Positions, interface position vs. Time, temperature gradient
  vs. Time, translation rate vs. Time. Output format: dos tabulated
  text. The provisions and clauses in the RFQ are those in effect
  through FAC 97-27. This procurement is a total small business
  set-aside. The NAICS Code and the small business size standard
  for this procurement are 339111 and 500, respectively. [ENTER
  NAICS CODE AND REVENUE OR NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES] The quoter shall
  state in their quotation their size status for this procurement.
  All qualified responsible business sources may submit a quotation
  which shall be considered by the agency. Delivery to MSFC is
  required within 45 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 COB on August 31, 2001,
  and may be mailed or faxed to PS32-C/Poppy Brothers, (256)
  544-7030, fax (256) 544-9354 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. If the end product(s) quoted is other
  than domestic end product(s) as defined in the clause entitled
  "Buy American Act --Balance of Payment Program-- 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 52.212-4 is applicable. Addenda to FAR 52.212-4 are as
  follows: FAR 52.212-5 is applicable and the following identified
  clauses are incorporated by reference. 52.232-90, 52.211-90,
  NFS 1852.246-71, AND 1852.223-72, 52.211-15, AND 52.247-34.
  FAR 52.222-3, 52.233-3, 52.222-21, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-37,
  52.225-1, 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
  Questions regarding this acquisition must be submitted in writing
  no later than COB August 23, 2001. Selection and award will
  be made (on an aggregate basis) to the lowest priced, technically
  acceptable quoter. Technical acceptability will be determined
  by information submitted by the quoter providing a description
  in sufficient detail to show that the product quoted meets
  the Government's requirement. Quoters must provide copies of
  the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications
  - Commercial Items with their quote. See above for where to
  obtain copies of the form via the Internet. An ombudsman has
  been appointed - See NASA Specific Note "B". 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=62
  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=62#8-1-1-SD-D5720
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: Poppy.Brothers@msfc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2A3)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 44--Furnace, Steam Plant, and Drying Equipment and
  Nuclear Reactors
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  = WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities 235 Byron Street,
  Robins = AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 44--THERMAL DRYING OVEN
SOL F09603-01-Q-70537
DUE 083101
POC Christie Herndon, Contract Specialist, Phone = (478)926-7851x134,
  Fax (478)926-7801, Email = Christie.Herndon@robins.af.mil -
  Patricia (Lauren) Farrell, Contract = Specialist, Phone (478)926-6488
  ext 172, Fax (478)926-7547, Email = Lauren.Farrell@robins.af.mil
DESC: PCO: Lauren.farrell, Contracting Officer, (478)926-7851
  ext 150. = e-mail: Lauren.Farrell@robins.af.mil. Buyer: Christie
  herndon, = Contract Specialist(478)926-7851 ezt 148, e-mail:
  = Christie.Herndon@robins.af.mil. Acquisition is for 4430-00-516-2898,
  = Thermal Drying Oven. A revised purchase description will
  be made = available. This requirement is 100% small business
  set-aside.All = potential offerors should contact the buyer/PCO
  identified above for = additional information and/or to communicate
  concerns, if any, = concerning this acquisition. If your concerns
  are not satisfied by the = contracting officer, an Ombudsman
  has been appointed to hear serious = concerns that are not
  resolved through established channels. The = purpose of the
  Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority of the = program
  director or contracting officer, but to communicate serious
  = contractor issues, disagreements, and recommendations to
  the = appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will = maintain strict confidentiality as to the
  source of the concern. The = Ombudsman does not participate
  in the evaluation of proposals or in the = source selection
  process. When appropriate, potential offerors may = contact
  Ombudsman Major Chris Harrington at 478-926-2604. Please be
  = prepared to identify previous contacts made by you in an
  attempt to = resolve your concerns.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/WRALC/F09603-01-Q-70537/listing.ht=
  ml
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V342)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command, Acquisition
  Center (AMSTA-AQ-DE), Warren, MI 48397-5000
SUBJECT: 47--TUBE ASSEMBLY
SOL DAAE07-01-R-N178
POC Arthur Aigeltinger (810) 574-8136
DESC: Item: Tube Assembly. NSN: 4710-01-422-4185. Qty: 305. Option:
  None. FOB: Destination. See note 22. The offer due date is
  on or about 4 Oct 01. See solicitation for actual offer due
  date. DO NOT CONTACT THE BUYER FOR A COPY OF THE SOLICITATION.
  Please visit TACOM's web page for this or any other solicitations
  that TACOM has posted. The web site is https://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm

LINKURL: https://www.tacom.army.mil/acqcen/opportunity.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2N4)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
OFFADD: Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in
  The = United States., Defense Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin
  Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20016
SUBJECT: 47--TUBE A =20
SOL TK90206C005
DUE 082201
POC Point of Contact - Mr. Chen, Yung-Jui, 202/895-6809
DESC: The Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division requires
  : tube a, etc. =20 Copies of the bidder's package for this
  procurement may be directly downloaded from our website,http://tecrodpd.com
  , or obtained from Mr.Chen, Yung-Jui , Taipei Economic and
  Cultural Representative Office in The=20 United States., Defense
  Procurement Division, 5010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.,=20 Washington,
  D.C. 20016; telephone: (202)895-6809, telefax: (202)966-4578.
  Your quotation should be recieved by us on or before 08/22/2001.
EMAILADD: chiaoyc@tecrodpd.com
EMAILDESC: 
  in The United States., Defense Procurement Division
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3C4)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 47--Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings
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: 47--TUBE, ASSY, METAL TI ALLOY PWA 1260
SOL F34601-01-Q-50214
DUE 092801
POC Van Choat, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-8763, Fax =
  405-734-8776, Email van.choat@tinker.af.mil
DESC: This acquisition is for the procurement of 24 each Tube
  Assembly = Metal, P/N: 4042205, NSN: 4710-00-395-7083NZ. THIS
  IS A SMALL BUSINESS = SET-ASIDE. The size and dimensions: outside
  diameter 0.625-in. = min/0.630-in. max, wall thickness 0.025-in.min/0.031-in.
  max. = Predominant Material/Form Fit and Functions: TI Alloy,
  Spec PWA 1260 / = Prebent, applicable to F100-200-220-220e,
  F15 Acft. Required delivery = schedule is 31 DEC 01, 24 each.
  The items will be ship to FB2039, = Tinker AFB OK. First Article
  testing is a requirement for this = contract. The Government
  is not required to delay award pending = approval. Sources
  must be qualified prior to being considered for = award. Instructions
  for obtaining further information and = qualification requirements
  can be obtained from Source Development = Office (405) 739-7243
  or (405) 739-7244. The Government is not = required to delay
  award pending approval. Written procedure will be = used for
  this solicitation. To: KREISLER INDUSTRIAL CORP, CAGE 05813;
  = E.A. PATTON CO, CADE 05819; TUBE BENDS INC, CAGE 033830.
  Please refer = to CBD number note 23, 26. All responsible sources
  may submit a bid, = proposal, or quotation, which shall be
  considered by the agency. = Responses may be submitted by Facsimile,
  (405) 734-8776. ONLY WRITTEN = REQUEST FOR COPY OF SOLICITATION
  WILL BE ACCEPTED. NO TELEPHONE = REQUEST WILL BE ACCEPTED.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-01-Q-50214/listing.=
  html
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  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3G5)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 5450 CARLISLE PIKE, P.O. BOX 2020 MECHANICSBURG,
  PA 17055-0788
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,SOLENOID
SOL N0010401T8027
DUE 100501
POC Contact Point, Douglas R Messner, 0244.3, (717)605-5856,
  Fax, (717)605-2764, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 3H-4810-01-206-4375, SPEC NR TDP VER 001, Ref Nr 283149-0001
  MV200F-1, Qty 4 EA, Delivery FOB Origin, See Notes 9,22,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-228 SN50V2E8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
OFFADD: NAVICP, 700 ROBBINS AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19111-5098
SUBJECT: 48--VALVE,BLEED AIR SHU
SOL N0038301RB314
DUE 092601
POC Contact Point, Yaima Shepp, 0231.15, (215)697-3146, Fax,
  (215)697-5938, Twx, Not-avail
DESC: NSN 7R-4810-01-213-2137-BE, Ref Nr PYLB51019, Qty 20 EA,
  Delivery FOB Origin--Note 26: Based upon market research, the
  Government is not using the policies contained in Part 12,
  Acquisition of Commercial Items, in its solicitations 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., See Notes 22,26*****
LINKURL: http://www.navicp.navy.mil/business/index.htm
LINKDESC: 
CITE: (A-229 SN50V2H3)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
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: 48--VALVE, LINEAR
SOL F34601-02-Q-05602
DUE 100801
POC David Zawisza, Buyer, Phone 405-739-5457, Email = david.zawisza%2540tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 48--VALVE, LINEAR SOL F34601-02-Q-05602
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER = AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact David = Zawisza/Lidia/[405]739-5457 Item
  0001 NSN 4810-01-475-9804HS P/N: = 2507-4R, Dimensions: 4 inches
  x 2 inches wide x 6 inches long weight = approx material: steel
  discription: provides pressure relief and flow = check 12ea.
  Applicable to: B01b. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok = 73145-3028.
  Delivery: 30 Sep 2002 12 ea Qualification requirements: = Sources
  must be qualified prior to being considered for award. The
  = solicitation will contain instructions for obtaining further
  = information on this requirement. The qualification requirements
  for = this item were established prior to 19 Oct 1984 and the
  requirements of = FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These qualification
  requirements apply to = line item(s) 0001 The approximate issue/response
  date will be 06 SEP = 2001. The anticipated award date will
  be 07 Dec 2001. Written procedure = will be used for this solicitation.
  To: Pneudraulics Inc, Rancho = Cucamonga Ca 91730-4519. No
  telephone requests. Only written or faxed = requests received
  directly from the requestor are acceptable. All = responsible
  sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  = which shall be considered. The proposed contract action is
  for supplies = and services for which the Government intends
  to solicit and negotiate = with only one, or a limited number
  of sources under the authority of = FAR 6.302. Interested persons
  may identify their interest and = capability to respond to
  the requirement or submit proposals. This = notice of intent
  is not a request for competitive proposals. However, = all
  proposals received within forty five-days (thirty days if award
  is = issued under an existing basic ordering agreement) after
  date of = publication of this synopsis will be considered by
  the Government. A = Determination by the Government not to
  compete this proposed contract = based upon responses to this
  notice is solely within the discretion of = the Government.
  Information received will normally be considered solely = for
  the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  = procurement. Award will be made only if the offeror, the
  = product/service, or the manufacturer meets qualification
  requirements = at the time of award in accordance with FAR
  clause 52.209-1. The = solicitation identifies the office where
  additional information can be = obtained concerning qualification
  requirements as cited in each = individual solicitation. =05
  It is suggested that small business firms = or others interested
  in subcontracting opportunities in connection with = the described
  procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. = Specifications,
  plans, or drawings relating to the procurement = described
  are incomplete or not available and cannot be furnished by
  = the Government. Note: Faxed solicitation requests can be
  submitted to = OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, FAX
  NUMBER (405)739-3656. = Request for Written Quotation will
  be issued. The anticipated award = date will be 60 days after
  the issuance of this notice. See Note (s) = 26.=20 Click here
  to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS Click
  Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-Q-05602/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2P9)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 48--Valves
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: 48--VALVE
SOL F34601-02-R-05562
DUE 100801
POC Alan Welch, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-5410, Fax
  405 = 739-4417, Email alan.welch@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 48--VALVE SOL F34601-02-R-05562
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA TINKER AFB OK = 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Alan = Welch/Lidib/[405]739-5410 Item 0001
  NSN 4810-00-555-1700TP P/N: = D69-01J, Electric operated valve
  that controls air flow to cabin air = conditioning system Also,
  it is dual purpose. It is the alternate = emergency auxilliary
  heat and pressurization 3 inch valve for all c-135 = aircraft.
  Item dimensions estimated 6.5 inches in length and 3 inches
  = wide. Material content multi-material, aluminum alloy. 24ea.
  Applicable = to: C135. Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028.
  Delivery: 30 Aug = 2002 24 ea The approximate issue/response
  date will be 06 SEP 2001. = Written procedure will be used
  for this solicitation. To: Whittaker = Corp, North Hollywood
  Ca 91605-3505. No telephone requests. Only = written or faxed
  requests received directly from the requestor are = acceptable.
  All responsible sources solicited may submit a bid, = proposal,
  or quotation which shall be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C.
  = 2304(C)(1), Justification: Supplies (or Services) required
  are = available from only one or a limited number of responsible
  source(s) = and no other type of supplies or services will
  satisfy agency = requirements. The proposed contract action
  is for supplies and services = for which the Government intends
  to solicit and negotiate with only = one, or a limited number
  of sources under the authority of FAR 6.302. = Interested persons
  may identify their interest and capability to = respond to
  the requirement or submit proposals. This notice of intent
  = is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all
  proposals = received within forty five-days (thirty days if
  award is issued under = an existing basic ordering agreement)
  after date of publication of this = synopsis will be considered
  by the Government. A Determination by the = Government not
  to compete this proposed contract based upon responses = to
  this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  = Information received will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose = of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. =05 It is = suggested that small business firms
  or others interested in = subcontracting opportunities in connection
  with the described = procurement make contact with the firm(s)
  listed. Specifications, = plans, or drawings relating to the
  procurement described are incomplete = or not available and
  cannot be furnished by the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation
  requests can be submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK =
  73145-3015, FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation
  = will be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days
  after the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26.=20 Click
  here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS
  Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-05562/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U8)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 49--Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command,
  50 = CONTRACTING SQUADRON, 300 O'MALLEY AVE., SUITE 49, Schriever
  AFB, CO, = 80912-3049
SUBJECT: 49--CHILLERS
SOL FA2550-01-Q-0542
DUE 082001
POC Sandy Huth, Contracting Specialist, Phone (719)567-3802,
  Fax = (719)567-3809, Email sandy.huth@schriever.af.mil - TSgt
  Sarilynn = Thomas, Contracting Specialist, Phone 719-567-3437,
  Fax 719-567-3438, = Email sarilynn.thomas@schriever.af.mil
DESC: NONPERSONAL services to provide all personnel, equipment,
  tools, = materials, supervision, transportation, and services
  necessary to = provide annual, monthly, emergency, and unscheduled
  maintenance on Base = refrigeration machines, controls and
  instruments, associated pumps, = computer room air conditioning
  units and other related equipment as = defined in the PWS.
  A solicitation will be sent out on 17 August, 2001. = Performance
  period is 1 Sep 2001 through 30 Sep 2001(base yr.), 1 Oct =
  2001 through 30 Sep 2002 (Option Period of Performance). All
  work will = be performed at Onizuka Air Force Station (OAFS),
  Sunnyvale, Ca. This = is acquisition is unrestricted. The North
  American Industrial = Classification System (NAICS) Code is
  23511 with a size standard of = $11,500,000.00.. For further
  information contact the Schriever AFB = Contracting Office,
  POC is SrA Sandy Huth at (719) 567-3802 or TSgt = Sarilynn
  Thomas at (719) 567-3437. Responses to this synopsis must be
  = in by 12:00PM 20 August, 2001. Responses may be sent out
  by facsimile = at, (719) 567-3802, or electronically
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/50CS/FA2550-01-Q-0542/listing.html=
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2R0)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 52--Measuring Tools
OFFADD: US Army Tank - Automotive and Armaments Command - Rock
  Island( TACOM-RI) Attn: AMSTA-CM-CR, Rock Island , IL 61299-7630
SUBJECT: 52--GAGE, CANNON BORE EROSION
SOL DAAE20-01-R-0143
POC Marilyn Williamson, Contract Specialist, (309) 782-5108
DESC: DESC: NSN: 3010-01-322-0161, Part Number:9377711, The item
  to procure is Gage, Cannon Bore Erosion C/O: Setting Check
  (12520841);Case (12520845);Gage Head Assembly (12520850) Requirements
  are 12 each, Gage, Cannon. FOB is DESTINATION. For use on the
  M1 Tank. Estimated issue date is 7 Sept 2001. The proposed
  contract will include a 100 percent option per year for two
  years. Proposed contract is a 100% small business set-aside.
  This solicitation will be issued electronically in accordance
  with FAR 4.501, 5.102(a)(7) and 14.205-1(c) therefore hardcopies
  will not be provided. Vendors wishing an electronic copy may
  download it on or after the issue date by accessing the following
  address via the internet: http://aais.ria.army.mil/aais/SOLINFO/index.htm.
  CAUTION: This solicitation will be issued electronically as
  will any amendments thereto. Because of this, the Government
  is under no obligation and is in fact unable to maintain a
  bidders mailing list. It is therefore incumbent upon any interested
  parties to periodically access the above internet address in
  order to obtain any amendments which may be issued. Failure
  to obtain any said amendments and to respond to them prior
  to the date and time set for bid opening/receipt of proposals
  may render your bid or proposal nonresponsive and result in
  the rejection of same. This solicitation incorporates a Technical
  Data Package (TDP) that cannot be provided via the internet.
  Vendors who need this TDP in order to prepare a bid or proposal
  are instructed to request same by submission of an email request
  to: tacom-ri-tdp@ria.army.mil. Any said requests should contain
  the following information; CAGE Code (if available), Company
  Name, Point of Contact (optional), Street Address, City, State,
  Zip Code, Telephone Number. A TDP will be provided by normal
  mail after the solicitation has been released to the internet.
    All or a part of this action is an unfunded FY01 requirement.

CITE: (W-229 SN50V2S8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 54--Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding
OFFADD: Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Code 1162
  Bldg 2521, 300 Highway 361, Crane, Indiana 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 54--STEEL ARMORY
SOL N00164-01-Q-0300
DUE 091201
POC Ron Smith, Code 1162, telephone 812-854-1679
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for noncommercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart
  13, 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 N00164-01-Q-0300 applies
  and is issued as a request for quotation (RFQ). This solicitation
  document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those
  in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 97-27 as well
  as DCN 20001213. The North American Industry Classification
  System (NAICS) Code is 332311 and the business size standard
  is 500 employees. This requirement is as follows: CLIN 0001
  2 each Deployable Armory manufactured in accordance with NSWC
  Spec 3046-93-2 dated 24 Oct 1997. Size is 12 feet by 8 feet
  by 10 feet. Spec is available for downloading in PDF Format
  at http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm. Delivery
  is required F.O.B. Destination within 6 weeks after award.
  One will ship to San Diego, CA 92123 and one will ship to Freehold
  NJ 07728. Final inspection will be at destinations. Selection
  for award will be based on past performance, technical specification
  compliance, delivery schedule and price. Quotes that are non-compliant
  with any material requirement of this solicitation may be rejected
  without further consideration for award. All responsible sources
  may submit a quote that will be considered by the Agency. A
  Firm-Fixed Price purchase order will be awarded using Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures. The following provisions and clauses
  apply: 52.204-6; 52.207-4 [FILL-IN]; 52.209-6; 52.211-5; 52.211-14
  (DO-C9E); 52.211-15; 52.219-1 [FILL-IN] 52.219-6; 52.213-4
  (incorporating 52.247-34); 52.222-21; 52.222-22; 52.222-25
  [FILL-IN]; 52.232-23; 52.242-15; 52.242-17; 52.243-1; 52.246-1;
  52.246-16; 52.249-1; 52.249-8; 52.252-2; 52.253-1; 252.204-7001;
  252.204-7003; 252.204-7004; 252.225-7000; 252.225-7001; 252.225-7002;
  252.225-7017; 252.225-7009; 252.225-7035; 252.225-7036; 252.243-7001;
  252.246-7001;. NOTE: Provisions with a "Fill-in" MUST be filled
  out completely and submitted with the offer. Please provide
  your Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code and Contractor
  Establishment Code (DUNS 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. Quotations
  may be faxed or e-mailed to Ron Smith, FAX 812-854-3762, e-mail
  address smith_rg@crane.navy.mil. All required information must
  be received on or before 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. See
  Note 26. Our mission is to provide quality and responsive acquisition
  services for this Command. In an effort to continue to improve
  our services, we are conducting a survey of our vendors. This
  survey may be found on the World Wide Web at the following
  address: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/VendorSurvey.htm.
  Your comments will help us determine if we are accomplishing
  this and show us ways to improve our processes. Please consider
  taking the time to complete the survey.
LINKURL: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: smith_rg@crane.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2J6)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: 55 Broadway; Cambridge, MA 02142
SUBJECT: 56--LIBBY ASBESTOS PROJECT - CLASS II RIPRAP MATERIAL
SOL  DTRS57-01-R-20027
DUE 082701
POC  Point of Contact - Carolyn F Lovett, Contract Specialist,
  (617) 494-2025
DESC:  This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial
  items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition
  Regulation (FAR) Part 12, Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with
  additional information included in this notice. This procurement
  is being conducted in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation
  Subpart 13.5 Test Program for Certain Commercial Items. The
  Contracting Officer is utilizing policies and procedures prescribed
  in Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, Part 13.5 Test
  Program for Certain Commercial Items and Part 15, Contracting
  by Negotiation. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation;
  proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. The solicitation number is DTRS57-01-R-20027
  and is issued as a Request for Prop osals (RFP). The incorporated
  document and provisions and clauses are those in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-27. This solicitation is a
  HUBZone Small Business Concern Set-Aside in accordance with
  FAR 19.13. The North American Industry Classification Systems
  Code is 212319 and the Small Business size standard is 500
  employees. All Offerors shall be certified as a HUBZone Small
  Business Concern by the Small Business Administration. The
  Government intends to purchase on a firm fixed-price basis.
  The U.S. Department of Transportation, John A. Volpe National
  Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center), Cambridge, MA
  has a requirement for assisting the U. S. Environmental Protection
  Agency with the Libby Asbestos Project. As part of this project,
  the Volpe Center will condu ct site remediation activities
  at the former W. R. Grace Screening Facility (herein referred
  to as the Railroad Loading Facility) in the town of Libby,
  Lincoln County, Montana. The Volpe Center has a requirement
  for Class II Riprap to be used as part of site remediation
  and restoration at the Railroad Loading Facility in the town
  of Libby, Lincoln County, Montana. The quantities listed below
  include a base amount with options for additional amounts depending
  upon the Government s need. There is no guarantee that the
  Government will order option items. Specifications for Class
  II Riprap are as follows: Class II Riprap shall conform to
  the Montana Department of Transportation Standard Specifications
  for Road and Bridge Construction (1995 Edition), Section 701.06,
  and shall be graded wit hin the following limits: (1) Weight
  of Stone 700 lb (318 kg) Equivalent Spherical Diameter 2.00
  ft (610 mm) and Percentage of Total (Weight that must be smaller
  than given size) of 100; (2) Weight of Stone 500 lb (227 kg)
  Equivalent Spherical Diameter 1.79 ft (545 mm) and Percentage
  of Total (Weight that must be smaller than given size) 70-90;
  (3) Weight of Stone 200 lb (91 kg) Equivalent Spherical Diameter
  1.32 ft (400 mm) and Percentage of Total (Weight that must
  be smaller than given size) 40-60; (4) Weight of Stone 20 lb
  (9.0 kg) Equivalent Spherical Diameter 0.61 ft (190 mm) and
  Percentage of Total (Weight that must be smaller than given
  size) 1-10. The vendor shall deliver the Class II Riprap to
  the site. Vendor shall provide all the necessary equipment,
  materia l and labor to provide the Class II Riprap. All trucks
  must abide by all Federal and State DOT regulations as well
  as County and Town regulations. The Class II Riprap (base amount
  plus options) shall be available from date of award through
  November 30, 2001. The vendor shall have the capability of
  providing Class II Riprap six days per week (Monday through
  Saturday) excluding September 3, 2001 and November 22, 2001.
  The Government shall have the right to inspect the Class II
  Riprap upon delivery to the site and to reject non-conforming
  loads. Manifesting/Record Keeping - The contractor shall provide
  certified scales to be placed at the screening plant site.
  Each truckload of Class II Riprap delivered shall be weighed
  and a weight ticket printed out for measurement and payment
  of Cl ass II Riprap. Weigh tickets shall be provided to the
  on-site Government Representative for each truckload delivered
  and given to the on-site representative at the time of delivery.
  The Government will make monthly payments based upon the one-month
  period of sequentially numbered truck tickets provided to the
  on-site Government Representative. Proposals are due on August
  27, 2001 by 2:00 PM EDT. Proposals will be accepted from vendors
  who offer on items below provided their material meets the
  Class II Riprap specifications listed above and is available
  during the stated period. An award will be made on line items
  based upon best value to the Government, and the evaluation
  factors listed in FAR clause 52.212-2 below. Offerors shall
  provide price proposals to include the following lin e items:
  Item 0001 Class II Riprap, Delivered 7,500 tons - Unit Price
  $________, per ton, Total for Item 0001 $______; Item 0001AA-Option
  1 - Class II Riprap Delivered 7,501 tons up to 9,000 tons --
  Unit Price $_________, per ton, Total for Item 0001AA $ ________.
  Item 0001AB Option 2 -Class II Riprap Delivered 9,001 tons
  up to 10,500 tons - Unit Price $________, per ton, Total for
  Item 0001AB $______; Item 0001AC-Option 3 -Class II Riprap
  Delivered 10,501 up to 12,000 tons -- Unit Price $_________,
  per ton, Total for Item 0001AC $ _______. Delivery/Site Location:
  Delivery shall be FOB destination for all Items to: The Railroad
  Loading Facility, in Libby in Lincoln County, Montana. The
  Railroad Loading Facility is accessible by Montana Highway
  37 and is located approxima tely 5 miles from downtown Libby.
  The provision at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors Commercial
  Items, is hereby incorporated by reference. Under FAR 52.212-2,
  Evaluation Commercial Items: Evaluation factors are: (1) price;
  and (2) availability. The Government will make an award resulting
  from this solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer
  conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to
  the Government, price, availability and other factors considered.
  All offerors must include a completed copy of FAR 52.212-3,
  Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items
  with their proposal. The clauses at FAR 52-219-3 - Notice of
  Total HubZone Set-Aside and FAR 52-212-4 - Contract Terms and
  Conditions Commercial Items are incorporated by reference.
  FAR 5 2.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders Commercial Items, applies to this
  acquisition; additional clauses cited in FAR 52.212-5 that
  apply to this acquisition are: 52.203-6; 52.219-3; 52.219-14;
  52.222-21, 52.222-26; 52.222-35; 52.222-36; 52-222-37; 52.225-1
  and 52.232-33. Two copies of each offer shall be delivered
  to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Volpe Center, 55
  Broadway, Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02142, ATTN: Carolyn
  F. Lovett, DTS-852, Building 4, Room 2102, no later than 2:00P.M.
  Eastern Standard Time on August 27, 2001. The package must
  be marked RFP: DTRS57-01-R-20027. Proposals may be faxed to
  ATTN: Carolyn F. Lovett at (617) 494-3024. The Contracting
  Officer for this procurement is Linda Byrne, Byrne@volpe.dot
  .gov. Any document(s) related to this procurement will be available
  on the Internet, these documents will be available on a WWW
  server which may be accessed using Web browsers. The WWW address,
  or URL, of the Volpe Center Acquisition Division home page
  is: http://www.volpe.dot.gov/procure/index.html.
LINKURL: http://www.volpe.dot.gov/procure/index.html
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: lovett@volpe.dot.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2X5)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory,
  72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH 03755-1290
SUBJECT: 56--GEOCOMPOSITE REVETMENT MATERIAL
SOL 01-007
DUE 082301
POC CHRISTINE L. MARTINSON, (603) 646-4244/Contract Specialist
DESC: Notice is provided of the intention for the U. S. Army
  Engineer Research and Development Center, Survivability Engineering
  Branch (USA ERDC/CEERD-GS-V) to issue a sole source, firm-fixed
  price commercial items contract with HESCO Bastion Limited,
  England under the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c ) (1). This
  contract is for the product Concertainer and shall furnish
  100 pieces Mil 1 G, Size 4.5 FT H x 3.5 FT W x 32 FT L (nominal),
  [NATO Stock No. 5680-99-001-9396] and 500 pieces of Mil 2 G,
  2 FT H x 2 FT W x 40 FT L (nominal), [NATO Stock No.5680-99-001-9397].
  No substitutions accepted. Both items have specifications as
  follows: 4mm Galvanized Weldmesh, Green Geotextile Lining,
  Coil Hinges, joining pins and tiewraps. Delivery shall be to
  Vicksburg, Mississippi.
EMAILADD: Christine.L.Martinson@erdc.usace.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  email
CITE: (W-229 SN50V359)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 56--Construction and Building Materials
OFFADD: Operational Contracts Division, Base Support, AAC/PKOB,
  205 West D Avene, Suite 541, Eglin AFB FL 32542-6862
SUBJECT: 56--READER BOARDS
SOL FQ7CEC11900100
POC Dona Dowdy-Merchant 850-882-8261 ext5218
DESC: This Amendment is to reference Solicitation number FQ7CEC11900100
  for the Reader Boards. The Amendment is to clarify that this
  requirement is a Small Business Set Aside. Responses from Large
  Businesses will not be taken at this time. The response date
  of 05 Sep 01 remains unchanged. If you have any questions,
  please contact Dona Dowdy-Merchant at dona.dowdy-merchant@eglin.af.mil

CITE: (W-229 SN50V3D9)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Other Defense Agencies, American Forces Information =
  Service/Television-Audio Support Activity, T-ASA Sacramento
  Contracting = Office, 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan, CA,
  95652
SUBJECT: 58--LCD PROJECTOR
SOL MDA112-01-R-0006
DUE 082801
POC Janet Janes, Contract Specialist, Phone 916-643-0322, Fax
  = 916-643-4032, Email janes@tasa-exchange.army.mil - Janet
  Lopez, = Contracting Officer, Phone 916-643-0283, Fax 916-643-4730,
  Email = lopez@tasa-exchange.army.mil
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,
  and therefore, a formal = written document will not be issued.
  The solicitation document and = incorporated provisions/clauses
  are those in effect through Federal = Acquisition Circular
  97-27. The Television-Audio support Activity is = tasked to
  purchase the following: Thirty (30) each Mitsubishi p/n: =
  LVPX390U LCD Projectors; XGA resolution; 2200 ANSI lumens brightness;
  = model: X390, and thirty (30) each Mitsubishi p/n: X300CM
  Projector = Mount; ceiling; F/U/W Mitsubishi model X300 multimedia
  projector. = Standard commercial warranty required. The equipment
  shall be delivered = FOB destination to the Defense Information
  School, Ft. George Meade, = Maryland not later than 60 days
  after receipt of order. All = responsible sources may submit
  a quote, which shall be considered by = the agency. Responses
  to this notice should be provided in writing by = 28 Aug 01,
  1300 local time. Offers may be mailed to: TELEVISION - = AUDIO
  SUPPORT ACTIVITY, Sacramento Contracting, ATTN: Janet Janes,
  = 3230 Peacekeeper Way, McClellan, CA 95652-2600, or, if using
  courier = services deliver to: TELEVISION - AUDIO SUPPORT ACTIVITY,
  Sacramento = Contracting, ATTN: Janet Janes, 3230 Peacekeeper
  Way, Bldg 209, Room = 104, McClellan, CA 95652. Facsimile responses
  are acceptable. FAX to = (916) 643-4032, ATTN: Janet Janes.
  To be eligible to receive an award = resulting from this quotation,
  Contractor must be registered with the = Central Contractor
  Registration (CCR) database, NO EXCEPTIONS. To = register,
  you may apply through the Internet at = "http://ccr.edi.disa.mil".
  You must include your Dun & Bradstreet = (DUNS) number in order
  to apply. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, = Instructions to
  Offerors-Commercial applies to this acquisition. = Offerors
  shall include a completed copy of the provisions at 52.212-3,
  = Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items,
  with their = offer. Clauses at 52.204-1, Printing/Copying Double-Sided
  Recycled = Paper, 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  Items, = 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to
  Implement Statutes = or Executive Orders-Commercial Items,
  52.233-4001, Agency Protests, and = the following sub-clauses
  apply to this acquisition: 52.202-1, = 52.219-8, 52.222-21,
  52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37, and = 52.232-33.
  DFARS 252.204-7004, 252.212-7000, 252.225-7001, and FAR = 52.212-2
  Evaluation-Commercial Items also apply. The evaluation = criteria
  for this solicitation will consist of lowest priced, = technically
  acceptable offer that meets the agency needs. The full = text
  of a provision may be accessed electronically at these addresses:
  = www.arnet.gov/far or www.dtic.mil/dfars. Local clause 52.233-4001
  may = be viewed at: www.tasa.army.mil/dc/tlc.htm. Point of
  contact in this = office is Janet Janes, (916) 643-0322 or
  e-mail: = janes@tasa-exchange.army.mil. The North American
  Industry = Classification System (NAICS) code is 333315.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/ODA/AFIST-ASA/McClellanCA/MDA112-01-R-0006/l=
  isting.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V283)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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,
  452 = LSS/LGC, 1940 Graeber Street Bldg 449, March ARB, CA,
  92518-1650
SUBJECT: 58--PHONES, M4 INMARSAT=20
SOL Reference-Number-F4CEX12000100
DUE 083101
POC Alicia San Nicolas, Purchasing Agent, Phone 909-655-2431,
  Fax = 909-655-3772, Email Alicia.SanNicolas@march.af.mil -
  Mary Boswell, = Contracting Officer, Phone 909-655-3116, Fax
  909-655-3772, Email = Mary.Boswell@march.af.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. Reference number: = F40CEX12000100 is issued
  as a request for quotation (RFQ). 2 (two) = each M4 INMARSAT
  phones (non-activated phone terminal ? hardware only, = no
  airtime). To include capability to go into secure mode, secure
  = module and any software. STU III capability. This is a 100%
  small = business set-aside; NAICS code 334220, size standard
  of 750 employees. = The closing date for the request for quotation
  (RFQ) is 31 August 2001 = at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
  Late quotations will not be = accepted. Facsimile quotes will
  be accepted at (909) 655-3772. All = responsible sources may
  submit an offer, which may or may not be = considered. Effective
  1 June 1998, all contractors are required to be = registered
  in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) at = www.ccr200.com.
  =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFRC/452LSSLGC/Reference-Number-F4CEX12=
  000100/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V284)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Crane Division, Code 1165, Naval Surface Warfare Center,
  300 Highway 361, Crane, IN 47522-5001
SUBJECT: 58--LOW NOISE TRAVELING WAVE TUBES
SOL N00164-01-R-0135
DUE 090501
POC Ms. Vonda Pollock, Code 1165ZH, FAX 812-854-5066, e-mail
  address pollock_v@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 N00164-01-R-0135 is hereby issued
  as a request for Proposal (RFP). Incorporated provisions and
  clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular
  97-27 as well as DCN 20001213. The North American Industry
  Classification System (NAICS) Code for this procurement is
  334411 and the size standard is 500 employees. This requirement
  is for the following: LOT I CLIN 0001 Low Noise Traveling Wave
  Tubes (TWT)min 80/max 870 EA MANUFACTURED IAW Statement of
  Work (SOW) and Raytheon's Performance Specification (PS) 848055.
  0001AA First Articles Same as CLIN 0001 4 ea. 0001AB Production
  Units Same as CLIN 0001. 76/min max/870EA. 0002 Data IAW the
  DD1423s 1 LO NSP. LOT II CLIN 0001 Low Noise Traveling Wave
  Tubes (TWT) Manufactured in accordance with (IAW) min 80/max
  870 EA Statement of Work (SOW) and Raytheon's PS 848055. 0002
  Data IAW the DD1423s 1 LO NSP. All applicable documents can
  be downloaded at http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/announce.htm.
  If quantity discounts apply, please provide pricing and quantity
  breakdown by year. Delivery is required F.O.B. NSWC-CD 300
  Highway 361, Crane 47522-5001 Mark for BLDG 3168 Code 8091
  Attn: P Hauser within 240 days after award for CLIN 0001AA.
  Production units after acceptance of first articles, no more
  than 30 units every 30 days until order is complete beginning
  90 days from acceptance of first articles for LO 1. LOT II
  no more than 30 units 240 days from award date, with 30 units
  every month until delivery order is complete. Final inspection
  will be at NSWC Crane, IN. Selection for award will be based
  on Past performance and price. Offers 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 indefinite quantity indefinite delivery 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:
  52.203-3; 52.211-14 (DO X /DX); 52.211-15; 52.212-1; 52.212-3
  Alt l [FILL-IN] (NOTE: paragraph (b) of 52.212-3 is not applicable);
  NOTE: This provision MUST be filled out completely and submitted
  with the offer. 52.212-4 (Addendum 1: paragraph (a) Inspection
  and Acceptance at Destination by NSWC-CD representative. Notify
  Government 5 days prior to testing. Add paragraph (t) Contractor
  performance reports. The Government may evaluate performance
  of the contractor awarded the contract resulting from this
  solicitation IAW FAR 42.1500. Factors: Quality, Cost Control,
  Timeliness of Performance, Business Relations and Customer
  Satisfaction.; 52.212-5 (incorporating 52.203-6, 52.219-4;
  52.219-8; 52.219-9, 52.222-19, 52.222-21; 52.222-26; 52.222-35;
  52.222-36; 52.222-37; 52.225-13; 52.232-33;52.247-64); 52.215-05
  (** fax 812-854-5066); 52.203-03; 52.209-4; 52.223-3; 52.223-7;
  52.247-34; 52.242-15; 252.204-7004; 252.212-7001 (incorporating
  252.205-7000; 252.219-7003;252.225-7000; 252.225-7001; 252.225-7012;252.225-7014;
  252.225-7015;252.225.7016;252.225-7029;252.227-7015;252.227-7037;252.243-7002;252.247-7023;
  252.247-7024). Other Clauses incorporated in full 52.243-1:
  52.209-4 FIRST ARTICLE APPROVAL-GOVERNMENT TESTING (SEP 1989)
  (a) The Contractor shall deliver 4 unit(s) of Lot/Item LOT
  I CLIN 0001AA within 240 calendar days from the date of this
  contract to the Government at NSWC-CD 300 Highway 361 Crane
  IN 47522-5001 Attn: P Hauser, Bldg 3168 for first article tests.
  The shipping documentation shall contain this contract number
  and the Lot/Item identification. The characteristics that the
  first article must meet and the testing requirements are specified
  elsewhere in this contract. (b) Within 30 calendar days after
  the Government receives the first article, the Contracting
  Officer shall notify the Contractor, in writing, of the conditional
  approval, approval, or disapproval of the first article. The
  notice of conditional approval or approval shall not relieve
  the Contractor from complying with all requirements of the
  specifications and all other terms and conditions of this contract.
  A notice of conditional approval shall state any further action
  required of the Contractor. A notice of disapproval shall cite
  reasons for the disapproval. (c) If the first article is disapproved,
  the Contractor, upon Government request, shall submit an additional
  first article for testing. After each request, the Contractor
  shall make any necessary changes, modifications, or repairs
  to the first article or select another first article for testing.
  All costs related to these tests are to be borne by the Contractor,
  including any and all costs for additional tests following
  a disapproval. The Contractor shall furnish any additional
  first article to the Government under the terms and conditions
  and within the time specified by the Government. The Government
  shall act on this first article within the time limit specified
  in paragraph (b) of this clause. The Government reserves the
  right to require an equitable adjustment of the contract price
  for any extension of the delivery schedule or for any additional
  costs to the Government related to these tests. (d) If the
  Contractor fails to deliver any first article on time, or the
  Contracting Officer disapproves any first article, the Contractor
  shall be deemed to have failed to make delivery within the
  meaning of the Default clause of this contract. (e) Unless
  otherwise provided in the contract, the Contractor- (1) May
  deliver the approved first article as a part of the contract
  quantity, provided it meets all contract requirements for acceptance
  and was not consumed or destroyed in testing; and (2) Shall
  remove and dispose of any first article from the Government
  test facility at the Contractor's expense. (f) If the Government
  does not act within the time specified in paragraph (b) or
  (c) of this clause, the Contracting Officer shall, upon timely
  written request from the Contractor, equitably adjust under
  the Changes clause of this contract the delivery or performance
  dates and/or the contract price, and any other contractual
  term affected by the delay. (g) The Contractor is responsible
  for providing operating and maintenance instructions, spare
  parts support, and repair of the first article during any first
  article test. (h) Before first article approval, the acquisition
  of materials or components for, or the commencement of production
  of, the balance of the contract quantity is at the sole risk
  of the Contractor. Before first article approval, the costs
  thereof shall not be allocable to this contract for (1) progress
  payments, or (2) termination settlements if the contract is
  terminated for the convenience of the Government. (i) The Government
  may waive the requirement for first article approval test where
  supplies identical or similar to those called for in the schedule
  have been previously furnished by the Offeror/Contractor and
  have been accepted by the Government. The Offeror/Contractor
  may request a waiver. 252.223-7001; 52.211-16 paragraph (b)
  fill-ins ZERO percent. Applies to all items. Quality assurance
  IAW ISO-9001 or equivalent. Year 2000 Warranty-Information
  Technology; Date/Time Processing Requirement-Information Technology
  Improvements; 5252.239-9605; 52.211-14 DO rated order. 52.216-18
  paragraph (a) Orders maybe issued from 1 day through 60 months
  from award date of contract. 52.216-19: paragraph (a) 1 unit;
  paragraph (b)(1) 870 units for CLIN 0001 either LOT. Paragraph
  (b)(2) 870; paragraph (c) 1 month. 52-216-22; 52-223-7; First
  Article Manufacturing Standard. 52.212-1 Addendum (2) to 52.212-1:
  Paragraph (d) "Product samples" is hereby deleted in its entirety.
  Paragraph (h) "Multiple Awards" is hereby deleted in its entirety.
  Replace with: Single award for all items. Due to the interrelationship
  of supplies and/or services to be provided hereunder, the Government
  reserves the right to make a single award to the offeror whose
  offer is considered in the best interest of the Government,
  price and other factors considered. Therefore, offers proposing
  less than the entire effort specified herein may be determined
  to be unacceptable. Add to Paragraph (i) as follows: The Department
  of Defense Index Specifications and Standards (DoDISS) has
  made available to DoD and non-DoD customers all current standards
  and specifications, including all Data Item Descriptions (DIDs).
  Complete indexes are also available, complete subscription,
  ordering and pricing information is available from the Defense
  Printing Service Web Page at http://www.dtic.mil/dps-phila/.
  DIDs maybe downloaded from the www at: c: WINDOWS TEMP ASSIST-QuickSearch.htm.
  Add Paragraph (k) "Data" as follows: Offeror's may provide
  data in a digital format and/or using electronic online access.
  Add to 52.212-1 Paragraph (b) (10) " Past Performance" as follows:
  (a) PAST PERFORMANCE: During the source selection process,
  the Government will assess the offeror's past performance in
  the evaluation for contract award. Accordingly, each offeror
  is required to submit a list of up to five of its most recent
  contracts within the past three years, either completed or
  on-going, for the same/similar products or services. It is
  preferred that these contracts be with U.S. government customers,
  but contracts with other commercial concerns are also acceptable.
  Offerors are authorized to provide information relative to
  any problems encountered on the identified contracts and any
  corrective actions taken by the offeror. The Source Selection
  Authority (SSA)/Contracting Officer will evaluate the offeror's
  past performance based upon the information furnished by the
  offeror and/or other information obtained by the Contracting
  Officer. The Contracting Officer is not responsible for locating
  or securing any information not furnished with the offer. The
  SSA/Contracting Officer may, however, utilize all available
  information, including information not provided by the offeror,
  in the past performance evaluation. The Government reserves
  the right to review less than all information submitted, and
  to only analyze sufficient information to make a reasonable
  determination of each offeror's past performance rating. If
  insufficient information regarding the offeror's corporate
  history is available, the offeror is encouraged to submit for
  evaluation evidence of relevant past performance on the part
  of the offeror's key/principal employees, as either a prime-
  or sub-contractor. Past performance is assessed by the SSA/Contracting
  Officer and is assigned a narrative rating in the evaluation.
  Each offeror will be given an adjectival rating on past performance:
  highly favorable, favorable, neither favorable nor unfavorable,
  unfavorable, highly unfavorable, or no same or similar history.
  Offerors who do not have same or similar past performance information
  reasonably available to the Contracting Officer will not be
  rated either favorable or unfavorable. The Government reserves
  the right to award to other than the lowest priced offer as
  set forth elsewhere in the solicitation. In addition, the Government
  may accept other than the lowest priced offer if doing so would
  result in greater value to the Government in terms of technical
  performance, quality, or lower overall program risk. As a part
  of the past performance evaluation, the Government will assess
  the offeror's previous compliance with the requirements of
  FAR 52.219-8 and 52.219-9 as applicable. Offerors to provide
  responses to the following questions: PAST PERFORMANCE a. Subfactor-
  Quality 1. Describe your ability to meet the performance specification
  requirements, for similar systems provided under other contracts.
  2. Describe how you maintain quality control and your quality
  assurance system. b. Subfactor - Customer Satisfaction 1. For
  each similar and/or identical system provide no more than five
  previous contracts (US Government contracts preferred), two
  points of contact, and phone numbers of customers that have
  purchased the system(s) in quantities of at least 50 during
  the past 12 months. 2. For each similar and/or identical system
  provide no more than five previous contracts (US Government
  contracts preferred), points of contact, and phone numbers
  of customers that you have delivered similar TWTs with Low
  Noise. Provide information on the similar/identical system
  production quantities manufactured during the past 12 months.
  The Government may use past performance information obtained
  from sources other than those identified by the Offeror and
  that information may be used for both the responsibility determination
  and the best value decision. The information may be used to
  evaluate the Offeror's past performance in meeting costs/price,
  technical, delivery objectives and customer satisfaction. The
  results may be used in the overall comparative evaluation of
  the offer in accordance with 52.212-2 and addendum. 52.212-2
  Addendum: Evaluation: Paragraph (a) Factor: Past Performance
  and Price. Delete paragraph (b). Add paragraph (d): The Government
  will evaluate offers for award purposes by adding the total
  proposed price for LOT I : 4 ea CLIN 0001AA, 76 each CLIN 0001AB
  year 1, 80 units year 2; 120 units years 3 and 4 and 160 units
  year 5. Sum of line items. LOT II 80 ea CLIN 0001 years 1 year
  2; 120 units years 3 and 4; and 160 units year 5. Sum of line
  items. Only one Lot will be awarded. Evaluation of the maximum
  quantity shall not obligate the Government to procure more
  than the minimum quantity. Past performance is significantly
  more important than price. Price will not be rated, but will
  be considered in determining the "best value" to the Government.
  The price becomes more important as the degree of equality
  between offerors' proposals increase, or when the price is
  so significantly high as to diminish the value of the technical
  superiority to the Government. 52.212-3 and 252.212-7000 (Offeror
  shall complete and return with Offer). 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. Offers may be faxed or e-mailed to pollock_v@crane.navy.mil,
  FAX 812-854-5066, e-mail address. All required information
  must be received on or before (28 AUG 2001 14:00 local time)
  Eastern Standard Time. Our mission is to provide quality and
  responsive acquisition services for this Command. In an effort
  to continue to improve our services, we are conducting a survey
  of our vendors. This survey may be found on the World Wide
  Web at the following address: http://www.crane.navy.mil/supply/VendorSurvey.htm.
  Your comments will help us determine if we are accomplishing
  this and show us ways to improve our processes. Please consider
  taking the time to complete the survey. NOTES: 1. For Lot
  II , the unit price may be shown at line item level and total
  amounts shown at subline item level when all subline items
  are identically priced. 2. Only one lot will be awarded. 3.
  List your Commercial and Government (CAGE) Code and Contractor
  Establishment Code in Block 17a. of Page 1. 4. The agency authorized
  to place delivery orders against this contract is: Crane Division,
  Naval Surface Warfare Center (NAVSURFWARCENDIV Crane or NSWC-CD),
  Crane, IN 47522. 5. Delivery orders will be placed against
  this contract by the Government using a DD 1155 format. 6.
  Delivery orders placed under this contract will be placed by
  the Government no later than 60 months from award date of contract.
  7. Failure of the Government to order such items in the amounts
  or quantities described in the Schedule as estimated or maximum
  will not entitle the contractor to any equitable adjustment
  in price. 8. Proposals for less than the maximum quantities
  solicited will be considered unacceptable. Offerors must submit
  a proposals for all SUBCLINS to be considered for award. 9.
  In order to expedite payment it is requested that contractor
  submit billing using a DD250. 10. It is requested that technical
  questions concerning this procurement be submitted, via electronic
  mail not later than 2:00 PM EST on the seventh calendar day
  preceding the date shown in item 8 on page 1 submitted to the
  following e-mail address: pollock_v@crane.navy.mil. FIRST ARTICLES
  -ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - (5303) The first article units, if
  required, may not be delivered as part of the contract production
  quantity (see FAR clause 52.209-4). EXPEDITING CONTRACT CLOSEOUT
  (NAVSEA) (DEC 1995) (a) As part of the negotiated fixed price
  or total estimated amount of this contract, both the Government
  and the Contractor have agreed to waive any entitlement that
  otherwise might accrue to either party in any residual dollar
  amount of $500 or less at the time of final contract closeout.
  The term "residual dollar amount" shall include all money that
  would otherwise be owed to either part at the end of the contract
  except that, amounts connected in any way with taxation, allegations
  of fraud and/or antitrust violations shall be excluded. For
  purposes of determining residual dollar amounts, offsets of
  money owed by one party against money that would otherwise
  be paid by that party may be considered to the extent permitted
  by law. (b) This agreement to waive entitlement to residual
  dollar amounts has been considered by both parties. It is agreed
  that the administrative costs for either part associated with
  collected such small dollar amounts could exceed the amount
  to be recovered. List your Commercial and Government (CAGE)
  Code and Contractor Establishment Code in Block 17a. of Page
  1.  
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2C1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Contracting Office, USPFO For Hawaii, 4208 Diamond Head
  Road, Honolulu, HI 96816-4495
SUBJECT: 58--RADIO EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES ( TO INCLUDE INSTALLATION)!!
SOL DAHA50-01-T0059!!
DUE 091701
POC Contact, Stephen A. Lancaster, (808)448-7330/7331!!
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. Solicitation No.DAHA50-01-T0059/Request For Quotation(RFQ).
  Pursuant to Federal Aquisition Circular 97-27, applicable commercial
  items clauses and provisions are hereby incorporated. NAICS
  334290, No.of employees is 750; Business Size Standard is advertised
  on a unrestricted basis. This RFQ contains 10 line items(CLINS)and
  all CLINS are manufactured by Motorola.  CLIN 001- 6ea. UHF/VHF
  Transceiver, p/n: URC-200 or equal. CLIN 002- 6ea. Mount bracket/Pwr
  Supply UDD-100A & Shock Tray UST-100A or equal CLIN 003- 6ea.
  Spring Antenna, mount and cable, p/n: UVU-110S or equal CLIN
  004- 6ea. Speaker PTSH-104 and microphone p/n: PTMP-150 or
  equal CLIN 005- 2ea. Dual radio remote control panel, p/n:
  UEC-220 or equal CLIN 006- 4ea. Cable Assbly, p/n: URE-U-A10-ly
  or equal CLIN 007- 2ea. Cable Assbly, p/n:LSCA-103 or equal
   CLIN 008- 1ea. Repair kit/Spare part kit CLIN 009- 2ea. Install
  1 URC-200 into vehicle w/remote & speaker. CLIN 010- 2ea.
  Install 2 URC-200 into vehicle w/dual radio remote control
  panel w/two (2) remote mics & speakers.  Ship to address:
  154WG/SE, 360 Harbor Dr., Bldg 3400, Hickam AFB, HI 96853-5517
    Incorporate the following Federal Acquisition Regulation
  (FAR) clauses. FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial
  Items (OCT 2000) FAR 52.212-2 Evaluation--Commercial Items
  (Jan 1999). Order of importance in descending order is a. technical
  capability of the item offered to meet the government requirement;
  b. past performance; c. price. Technical and past performance
  when combined is equal. FAR 52.212-3 Offerors Representation
  and Certification-Commercial Items (MAY 2000)ALT.I (OCT 2000)
  & ALT. II (OCT 2000). A completed is required when returning
  your RFQ. FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial
  items (OCT 2000) FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions
  Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders--Commercial
  Items (APR 2001)(DEVIATION).  Full text available at http://www.farsite.hill.af.mil
    Standard Commercial Warranties and Central Contractor Registration
  are required.   Special interest should be considered at
  52.212-2 when submitting RFQ.  Solicitation must be returned
  to the Base Contracting Office-HIANG, 360 Harbor Dr., Bldg
  3415, Hick AFB, HI 96853-5517 and no later than 17 Sept. 2001/
  2:00 pm local time.   If you have any questions, please feel
  free. I can be contacted at (808)448-7330/7331.*****  
EMAILADD: stephen.lancaster@hihick.af.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-228 SN50V2C7)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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 Force Materiel Command,
  WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities 235 Byron Street,
  Robins AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 58--DUAL REPEATER
SOL F09603-01-R-50018
DUE 050701
POC Belinda Seay, Contract Specialist, Phone (478)926-2759, Fax
  (478)926-7214, Email Belinda.Seay@robins.af.mil
DESC: Dual Repeater NSN 5821-01-433-3149EW, P/N 037-004556-002,Basic
  qty 36 EA, 1 year Option qty ranges 1-18, 19-36, 37-54, 55-72.
  DIM: 4"Wx7"Lx1.5 Deep; MAT: Alum Alloy; Func: Process RF Signals,
  Sole Source to Northrop Grumman, Cage 26916. "See Notes 22
  and 26" Note: "B" OMBUDSMAN All potential offerors should contact
  the buyer/PCO identified above for additional information and/or
  to communicate concerns, if any, concerning this acquisition.
  If your concerns are not satisfied by the contacting officer,
  an Ombudsman has been appointed to hear serious concerns that
  are not resolved through established channels. The purpose
  of the Ombudsman is not to diminish the authority of the program
  director or contracting officer, but to communicate serious
  contractor concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations
  to the appropriate government personnel. When requested, the
  Ombudsman will maintain strict confidentiality as to the source
  of the concern. The Ombudsman does not participate in the evaluation
  of proposals or in the source selection process. When appropriate,
  potential offerors may contact Ombudsman James Grant, Chief,
  Contract Policy Division, at 912-926-2604. Please be prepared
  to identify previous contacts made by you in an attempt to
  resolve your concerns.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/WRALC/F09603-01-R-50018/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V2)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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,
  AFFTC - AF Flight Test Center, 5 S WOLFE AVE, Edwards AFB,
  CA, 93524-1180
SUBJECT: 58--URC-200 TRANSCEIVER EQUIPMENT
SOL Reference-Number-F1XSCF11791300
DUE 090401
POC Evelyn Ross, Contract Negotiator, Phone 661-277-7799, Fax
  661-275-7853, Email evelyn.ross@edwards.af.mil
DESC: DESC: The Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC), Edwards
  AFB intends to solicit and award a sole source, Firm-Fixed
  Price contract, under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items and FAR 13, Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures, to Motorola Integrated Information
  Systems Group of Scottsdale, AZ, for communication equipment.
  This acquisition is unrestricted. The Standard Industrial Classification
  Code is 3663. The NAICS code is 334520. This equipment is required
  for replacement of non-atcal air to ground transceiver equipment.
  The following items will be procured: 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 Antenna Cable (URF-B61-050); PRM-500: 50
  Watt Rack Mount System including Transceiver (URC-200), AC
  Power Supply (UAC-300), Interface Box (UIB-100), Rack Mount
  (URM-100), 50 Watt Power Amplifier (UPA-50), Base Station Antenna
  (UVU-200), and 50 ft. Heliax Antenna Cable (URF-B61-050). Contractors
  interested in this requirement should submit a complete technical
  package which provides clear and convincing evidence that they
  can meet the Government?s requirement. In addition, the response
  should include any special requirements for a commercial contract
  (i.e., Commercial Financing, Warranty Provisions, Delivery
  Information, etc.) in accordance with FAR Part 12. Anticipated
  Award date is 05 September 2001. Responses must be received
  no later than (NLT) 4:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time, 04 September
  2001. Responses should be submitted to: Directorate of Contracting,
  AFFTC/PKS (Evelyn Ross), 5 South Wolfe Avenue, Building 2800,
  Edwards AFB, CA 93524-1185, Fax: (661) 275-7853. This notice
  of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However,
  the Government will consider all responses received by the
  closing date. A determination by the Government not to compete
  this acquisition 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. Facsimile responses
  are acceptable and must be received on or before the closing
  date. Telephone requests to be placed on a mailing list will
  not be honored.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/AFFTC/Reference-Number-F1XSCF11791300/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V383)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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,
  AFFTC = - AF Flight Test Center, 5 S WOLFE AVE, Edwards AFB,
  CA, 93524-1180
SUBJECT: 58--EQUIPMENT TO MODIFY TRUNK RADIO SYSTEM FOR NARROW
  BAND = OPERATION AND ENCRYPTION
SOL Reference-Number-F1XSCF11790800
DUE 090401
POC Evelyn Ross, Contract Negotiator, Phone 661-277-7799, Fax
  = 661-275-7853, Email evelyn.ross@edwards.af.mil
DESC: DESC: The Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC), Edwards
  AFB = intends to solicit and award a sole source, Firm-Fixed
  Price contract, = under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  Part 12, Acquisition of = Commercial Items and FAR 13, Simplified
  Acquisition Procedures, to = Motorola, Inc., U.S. Federal Government
  Markets Division of Hanover, = Maryland, for communication
  equipment. This acquisition is = unrestricted. The Standard
  Industrial Classification Code is 3663. = The NAICS code is
  334520.=20 This equipment is required for support of Land Mobile
  Radio (LMR) = maintenance services. The following items will
  be procured: ASTRO-TAC 3000 COMPARATOR: = Astro-Tac 3000 Comparator,
  ENH: Digital and Analog OPRN, ENH: = Conventional Operation,
  ENH: Voting/Multicast OPRN, DD: 4 Wireline I/O = Ports-CAI,
  Add: Astro V.24 Wireline Interface, Add: Hardware, = Rackmount,
  Cable RJ45 RJ45 Straight 25' (Tensr Sru), Cable RJ45 RJ45 =
  Null 25ft (Quantar), RSS Astro-Tac 3000 Comparator, Programming
  Cable; = DIU 3000 (GFE) UPGRADE: Astro DIU Trunked S W Upgrade,
  ENH: Astro CAI = Upgrade, ENH: Conv SFWR Rel (1.5.1 Mol), Astro
  CAI Encryption Upgrade. = CONVENTIONAL ASTRO BIM: Centracom
  Gold Interface Hardware for Astro = Channel, Add: Input, Coded/Clear
  Receive Mode, Add: Input, Astro = Cross-Mode Alert, Centracom
  Gold Software License Manager, Add: = Software License, Astro
  CAI Conventional Channel; QUANTRO REPEATER = (GFE) UPGRADE:
  Intellrpt Upgrade Kit, Add: Conv/68009 Trakg Epic Brd, = ENH:
  Software Download Capable, ENH: Spectra Tac Conventional, ENH:
  = Conv Astro CAI Upgrade, ENH: Wireline Board in use, Add:
  V.24 W/L Intfc = Upgrade; RECOMMENDED COMPARATOR SPARES: FRU
  Wireline BD Comp. CAI FC, = FRU Control Board for Astro-Tac
  3000 CAI, FRU V 24 With RJ48; QUANTAR = STATIONS: Quantar Flashkit
  -Current IntelliRepeater, Conventional/6809 = EPIC, Download
  capable, Wireline Board Already in Use, ENH: 6809 = Trunking
  Upgrade, Add: Trunking Cable - 25'; QUANTRO STATIONS: Quantar
  = FlashKit - Current IntelliRepeater, Conventional/6809 EPIC,
  Download = capable, Wireline Board Already in Use, ENH: 6809
  Trunking Upgrade, = Add: Trunking Cable - 25', Add: Quantro
  Wattmeter Upgrade - UHF; AMSS = Controllers: SMARTNET II EEPROM
  Code Plug. Contractors interested in this requirement should
  submit a complete = technical package which provides clear
  and convincing evidence that = they can meet the Government's
  requirement. In addition, the response = should include any
  special requirements for a commercial contract = (i.e., Commercial
  Financing, Warranty Provisions, Delivery Information, = etc.)
  in accordance with FAR Part 12. Anticipated Award date is 05
  September 2001. Responses must be = received no later than
  4:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time, 04 September = 2001. Responses
  should be submitted to: Directorate of Contracting, = AFFTC/PKS
  (Evelyn Ross), 5 South Wolfe Avenue, Building 2800, Edwards
  = AFB, CA 93524-1185, Fax: (661) 275-7853. This notice of intent
  is not a request for competitive proposals. = However, the
  Government will consider all responses received by the = closing
  date. A determination by the Government not to compete this
  = acquisition 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. Facsimile responses
  are acceptable and must be received on or before = the closing
  date. Telephone requests to be placed on a mailing list = will
  not be honored.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/AFFTC/Reference-Number-F1XSCF11790=
  800/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V386)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 58--Communication, Detection, and Coherent Radiation
  Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research, Naval
  Research Laboratory/Supply, 4555 Overlook Ave S.W., Washington,
  DC, 20375
SUBJECT: 58--INSTRUMENTATION DATA RECORDER
SOL N00173-01-Q-0187
DUE 091401
POC Darlene Copp, Contracting Officer, Phone 202-767-2374, Fax
  202-404-8158, Email SolQnA@labmis.nrl.navy.mil
DESC: Naval Research Laboratory has a requirement for 1 each
  Sony SIR-1000i Instrumentation Data Recorder, 1 each SVB-10
  Sony Digital Video Interface board for SIR 1000i, 1 each STF-30
  Pak Sony High speed data transfer interface kit with PCscanIII
  data acquisition software, 1 each SDX-S300C Sony AIT tape cartridge
  drive, stand alone, 1 each STC-10R 16W storage/shipping case
  for SIR-1000i, and 1 each BP-L60 Sony lithium ion rechargeable
  battery for SIR-1000i, 4.5 amp/hour. All items must be brand
  name or equal. Response date of this quotation is an estimate.
  Actual response date will be shown on the actual RFQ. RFQ will
  be posted on http://supply.nrl.navy.mil the 16th day after
  this notice. See note(s) 1.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USN/ONR/3400/N00173-01-Q-0187/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3B8)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

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--FIREFINDER SPARES
SOL DAAB07-01-R-B429
DUE 091701
POC Jerry Hartman 732-427-1670 or Kevin Coakley 732-532-5416
DESC: This is a sole source acquisition with Thales-Raytheon
  facility in El Segundo, CA.. The Government with intends to
  procure a total of six sets of spare parts for the AN/TPQ-36
  (V) FIREFINDER radar systems. A set is comprised of one each
  of the following: Frequency Multiplier, Part Number (P/N):
  13459094, National Stock Number (NSN): 5895-01-448-7613; A
  Oscillator, P/N: 13458948, NSN: 6625-01-434-1205; B Oscillator,
  P/N: 13458949, NSN: 6625-01-4341207; Cathode Regulator, P/N:
  13459081, NSN: 6110-01-442-2338; Pulse Amplifier, P/N: 13563083,
  NSN: 5998-01-473-7724; Radio Frequency Converter, P/N: 13458979,
  NSN: 5963-01-434-1199; and the Beam Steering Unit (BSU) Pin
  Plate Assembly which is an assembled production component,
  and does not have a drawing number or NSN assigned. The BSU
  Pin Plate Assembly is composed of three separate components:
  1) the Pin Plate, referenced by Raytheon Systems, Inc.'s (Raytheon)
  internal manufacturing number T90-0803122; 2) the BSU Wire
  Harness, referenced by manufacturing number 000-0803548-00;
  and 3) another BSU Wire Harness referenced by manufacturing
  number 000-0803549-000. The Government will also procure engineering
  technical support services as needed during incorporation/installation
  of the parts in three FIREFINDER AN/TPQ-36 radar systems. 
LINKURL: http://acbop.monmouth.army.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: kevin.coakley@mail1.monmouth.army.mil
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V3F3)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: FISC-SD, 937 N. Harbor Drive, Ste. 60 San Diego, CA
SUBJECT: 59--59-HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL CIRCUIT BOARDS FOR RADAR
  ANTENNA COUPLERS
SOL N00244-01-T-1073
DUE 100101
POC Ralph A. Franchi, Contracting Officer, 619-532-2517, fax:
  619-532-2287, e-mail: ralph_a_franchi@sd.fisc.navy.mil 
DESC: FISC San Diego Regional Contracting Department is announcing
  its intent to issue an RFQ for the following material, Item
  0001: Horizontal Board, (6) each, p/n: 1890395; Item 0002:
  Vertical Board, (8) each, p/n: 1890397; OEM: Litton Marine
  Systems, FSCM: 03956; These items are used on the next higher
  assembly: Antenna Coupler, p/n: 7010527-02, NSN: 5985-00-110-5664.
  Current drawings and/or technical data packages are not available
  for dissemination. Contractors that are qualified sources of
  supply that can provide new material only may request a copy
  of the RFQ. All requests for the RFQ must be received no later
  than COB 1600 PM, PST, August 31, 2001. The RFQ will be issued
  on or about 9-4-01. Submit requests via e-mail, or fax to:
  Ralph A. Franchi, Contracting Officer, FISC-SD, Code 2611.
  All requests must contain: Solicitation number, Company name,
  current address, Government sa les representative, e-mail address,
  phone and fax number. This notice is issued as unrestricted.
  See numbered note 26. Important note: DFARS 252.204-7004 Required
  Central Contract Registration applies to all solicitations
  issued on/after 6-1-98. Lack of registration in the CCR database
  will make an offeror/quoter ineligible for award of a contract/purchase
  order. Please ensure compliance with this regulation when submitting
  your quote. Call 888-227-2423/800-841-4431 or utilize Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com for more information. 
LINKURL: www.sd.fisc.navy.mil
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: ralph_a_franchi@sd.fisc.navy.mil
EMAILDESC: 
  e-mail.
CITE: (D-228 SN50V272)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: NASA/Dryden Flight Research Center, Code A, P.O. Box
  273, Edwards, CA 93523-0273
SUBJECT: 59--DUAL REDUNDANT AUTOSWITCH
SOL RFQ2-01045-RJR
DUE 082401
POC  Roberta J. Ross, Contract Specialist, Phone (661) 276-3143,
  Fax (661) 276-2904, Email roberta.ross@dfrc.nasa.gov
DESC: NASA/DFRC plans to issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ)
  for the following brand name only items: one Dual Redundant
  Autoswitch P/N800687, two Power Supplies P/N 202464, and one
  Exciter P/N 202476. This procurement is being conducted under
  the Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP). NASA/DFRC intends
  to purchase the items from Systems Planning Corporation, 1000
  Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22209, (703)351-8673 on a sole
  source basis under the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304 (c)(1),
  "Only one responsible source and no other supplies or services
  will satisfy agency requirements." This procurement is for
  Flight Termination System (FTS) component assemblies. These
  components are integral elements of the DFRC FTS Transmitter
  which is used to insure public safety in the event of a loss
  of control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's). These items
  are direct replacement parts for previously, openly competed
  procured systems. Systems Planning Corporation designed and
  engineered the original Flight Termination System and because
  of the proprietary nature of the system design, manufacturing
  drawings and technical data, is the only responsible source
  that could effectively and economically manufacture the system.
  Due to the highly specialized nature of the system, Systems
  Planning Corporation is the only source with the prior experience
  that is vital to the successful satisfaction of the requirement.
  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 4:00 p.m. local
  time on August 22, 2001. 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=24#RFQ2-01045-RJR
LINKDESC: 
EMAILADD: roberta.ross@dfrc.nasa.gov
EMAILDESC: 
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2A1)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 22
  CONS, = 53147 Kansas St Suite 102, McConnell AFB, KS, 67221-3606
SUBJECT: 59--59 -- RUNWAY LIGHTING = EQUIPMENT-FIXTURES/LAMPS/TRANSFORMERS
SOL F14614-01-T-0013
DUE 082801
POC Charles Dean, Contract Specialist, Phone 316-759-6866, Fax
  = 316-759-5634, Email charles.dean@mcconnell.af.mil
DESC: This is a Combined Synopsis/Solicitation for commercial
  items = prepared in accordance with the format listed 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. The = solicitation number is F14614-01-T-0013.
  The solicitation is issued as = a Request for Quote (RFQ).
  The solicitation will be a 100% small = business set-aside.
  This requirement is for runway lighting and the = following
  NIAC codes shall apply: Transformers, 335311; Fixtures, = 33512;
  and Lamps, 3351. The following items are being requested: 1)
  = Transformer. 200W, 20 Amp primary, 6.6 Amps secondary. Crouse
  Hinds = P/N: 33011, Qty: 10 Ea; 2) Transformer. 300W, 20 Amp
  primary, 20 Amps = secondary. Crouse Hinds P/N: 33011, Qty:
  10 Ea; 3) Transformer. 300W, = 20 Amp primary, 6.6 Amps secondary.
  Crouse Hinds P/N: 33011, Qty: 10 = Ea; 4) Lamp, Quartz. Bi-Pin
  style, 185W, Crouse Hinds P/N: 20538, Qty: = 48 Ea; 5) Fixture,
  Taxiway. Semi-Flush style, 45 W, L852E Omni = Directional,
  Qty: 50 Ea; 6) Fixture, Taxiway. Elevated style, 14?, 45W,
  = Bi-Pin Quartz, Complies w/FAA AC150/5345-46, Blue Globe,
  1.5? metal = breakable coupling. Crouse Hinds P/N: 40938-B-45-14-MC,
  Qty: 15 Ea; 7) = Lamp, Incandesce. 6.6 Amps, 30W, Aviation
  distance to go marker bulbs, = push and twist base. Phillips
  P/N: 6J, Qty: 12 Ea; 8) Lamp, Taxiway = Lighting. 6.60 Amps,
  45W, D.C. Pre-focus base, Halogen filament. Crouse = Hinds
  P/N: 20553 or Q45T4/CL/DCR, Qty: 48 Ea; 9) Lamp, Quartz. Bi-Pin
  = style, 45W, Push in bi-pin, short glass. Crouse Hinds P/N:
  40732, Qty: = 50 Ea; 10) Transformer. 1500W, 20 Amp primary,
  20 Amps secondary, 60 = Hz, 5000V, FAA-E-2620. Crouse Hinds
  P/N: TT120, Qty: 5 Ea; 11) Lamp. = Socket type, Twist on style,
  185W, Crouse Hinds P/N: 19095, Qty: 20 Ea. = FAR Provisions
  52.212-1 Instructions To Offerors-Commercial Items; = 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 Statutes or Executive
  Orders-Commercial Items; = and DFARS 252.212-7001, Contract
  Terms and Conditions Required to = Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders Applicable to Defense = Acquisitions of Commercial Items
  shall apply to this solicitation. = Please submit with your
  quote a completed copy of the provision at = 52.212-3, Offeror
  Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items. = All
  quotes will be evaluated on price, delivery, and past performance.
  = The Government will award a contract to the responsible offeror
  whose = offer is confirming to the solicitation and will be
  most advantageous = to the Government. The solicitation may
  be accessed at = http://www.eps.gov. The FAR clauses may be
  viewed at = ?http//www.farsite.hill.af.mil?. Contractors submitting
  quotes must be = enrolled in the Central Contractor Registration
  Program (CCR). The = closing date for this solicitation will
  be Friday, 17 Aug 01, 4:00 PM = Central Standard Time. Late
  quotes will not be accepted. This notice constitutes Amendment
  No. 1 to the Combined = Synopsis/Solicitation for electrical
  parts for solicitation = F14614-01-T-0013. Companies shall
  acknowledge all amendment(s) in = their quote. This notice
  services as the official amendment to the = subject Combined
  Synopsis/Solicitation. A written amendment will not = be issued.
  The purpose of this amendment is to correct part numbers =
  for Line Items 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10. The changes are as follows:
  Change = the part number for Line Item 1 from Crouse Hinds
  33011 to read Crouse = Hinds 33007; Change the part number
  for Line Item 2 from Crouse Hinds = 33011 to read Crouse Hinds
  33009; Change the part number for Line Item = 3 from Crouse
  Hinds 33011 to read Crouse Hinds 3366-1; Change Line Item =
  5 description to read: Fixture, Omni directional inset taxiway.
  Meets = FAA specifications Circular A/C 150/5345-46, 10.25
  inch bolt center, = 45W, 6.6 amps, blue lense, lamp will be
  bi-pin plug in type. ABD ALNACO = part number 44D1442-4132.
  Change Line Item 10 description to read: = Transformer, Isolation.
  For airfield lighting system, 20 amp primary, = 20 amp secondary,
  60 Hz, 1500W, 5000V. Transtronics Inc part number = TT116.
  The closing date is changed from 17 Aug 01 at 4:00 PM CST to
  = read 28 Aug 01 at 4:00 PM CST. All other information, terms
  and = conditions previously synopsized for this requirement
  remain unchanged. Point of Contact SSgt Charles Dean, Contract
  Specialist, Phone: 316-759-4528, Fax: = 316-759-6866; E-mail:
  Charles.Dean@mcconnell.af.mil.
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AMC/22CONS/F14614-01-T-0013/listing.htm=
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CITE: (D-229 SN50V2U5)

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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 Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC = - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, = OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY
SOL F34601-02-R-35303
DUE 100801
POC Alan Welch, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-5410, Fax
  405 = 739-4417, Email alan.welch@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY SOL F34601-02-R-35303
  DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Alan = Welch/Lidib/[405]739-5410 Item 0001
  NSN 5998-01-200-2496NT P/N: = 626588-G03, Appl: B1B ACFT. Nha:
  6610-01-345-1109, emux, P/N: = 625886-G08. Desc: interconnector,
  DD circuit card assy. Material: = Aluminum, steel, plastic,
  copper, teflon, electronic components. = Dimensions: 19.8 in
  L x 10.0 in W x 1.60 in H. Function: provides = interface between
  the electrical multiplex (EMUX) system and other = aircraft
  systems. 23EA. Applicable to: B1b Acft.. Destn: Tinker Air
  = Force Base Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 29 Nov 2002 23 ea Qualification
  = requirements: Sources must be qualified prior to being considered
  for = award. The solicitation will contain instructions for
  obtaining further = information on this requirement. The qualification
  requirements for = this item were established prior to 19 Oct
  1984 and the requirements of = FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These
  qualification requirements apply to = line item(s) 0001 The
  approximate issue/response date will be 06 SEP = 2001. Written
  procedure will be used for this solicitation. To: Harris =
  Corp, Melbourne Fl 32902-0000. No telephone requests. Only
  written or = faxed requests received directly from the requestor
  are acceptable. All = responsible sources solicited may submit
  a bid, proposal, or quotation = which shall be considered.
  Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), = Justification: Supplies
  (or Services) required are available from only = one or a limited
  number of responsible source(s) and no other type of = supplies
  or services will satisfy agency requirements. The proposed
  = contract action is for supplies and services for which the
  Government = intends to solicit and negotiate with only one,
  or a limited number of = sources under the authority of FAR
  6.302. Interested persons may = identify their interest and
  capability to respond to the requirement or = submit proposals.
  This notice of intent is not a request for = competitive proposals.
  However, all proposals received within forty = five-days (thirty
  days if award is issued under an existing basic = ordering
  agreement) after date of publication of this synopsis will
  be = considered by the Government. A Determination by the Government
  not to = compete this proposed contract based upon responses
  to this notice is = solely within the discretion of the Government.
  Information received = will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose of determining = whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Award will be made only = if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer meets = qualification
  requirements at the time of award in accordance with FAR =
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where
  = additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  = requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. =05
  It is = suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  = plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described
  are incomplete = or not available and cannot be furnished by
  the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation requests can be
  submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK = 73145-3015, FAX
  NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation = will
  be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days after
  the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26.=20 Click here
  to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS Click
  Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-35303/listing.=
  html
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  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2V7)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment 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: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSEMBLY
SOL F34601-02-R-35300
DUE 100801
POC Alan Welch, Contract Specialist, Phone 405 739-5410, Fax
  405 = 739-4417, Email alan.welch@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 16-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 59--CIRCUIT CARD_ASSEMBLY SOL
  F34601-02-R-35300 DUE 100901 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015,
  For additional information contact Alan = Welch/Lidib/[405]739-5410
  Item 0001 NSN 5998-00-335-6766NT P/N: = 609-8360-002, Dim:
  3 in hg x 3 in lg x 1/8 in thk. Func: Provides the = position
  feedback for the five servo loops. Matl: Various elec comp.
  = 85EA. Applicable to: F15. Destn: FB2065. Delivery: 31 Dec
  2004 85 ea = The approximate issue/response date will be 06
  SEP 2001. Written = procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  To: Rockwell Collins Inc, = Cedar Rapids Ia 52498-0001. No
  telephone requests. Only written or = faxed requests received
  directly from the requestor are acceptable. All = responsible
  sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  = which shall be considered. Authority: 10 U.S.C. 2304(C)(1),
  = Justification: Supplies (or Services) required are available
  from only = one or a limited number of responsible source(s)
  and no other type of = supplies or services will satisfy agency
  requirements. The proposed = contract action is for supplies
  and services for which the Government = intends to solicit
  and negotiate with only one, or a limited number of = sources
  under the authority of FAR 6.302. Interested persons may =
  identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement
  or = submit proposals. This notice of intent is not a request
  for = competitive proposals. However, all proposals received
  within forty = five-days (thirty days if award is issued under
  an existing basic = ordering agreement) after date of publication
  of this synopsis will be = considered by the Government. A
  Determination by the Government not to = compete this proposed
  contract based upon responses to this notice is = solely within
  the discretion of the Government. Information received = will
  normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining
  = whether to conduct a competitive procurement. =05 It is suggested
  that = small business firms or others interested in subcontracting
  = opportunities in connection with the described procurement
  make contact = with the firm(s) listed. Specifications, plans,
  or drawings relating to = the procurement described are incomplete
  or not available and cannot be = furnished by the Government.
  Note: Faxed solicitation requests can be = submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, FAX NUMBER = (405)739-3656. Request
  for Written Quotation will be issued. The = anticipated award
  date will be 60 days after the issuance of this = notice. See
  Note (s) 26.=20 Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting
  Synposes at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-35300/listing.=
  html
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  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V2W0)

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[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: US Army Corps of Engineers, Dist New Orleans, PO Box
  60267, New Orleans, LA 70160
SUBJECT: 59--DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF A REPLACEMENT CONTROLLABLE
  PITCH PROPELLER PROPULSION CONTROL SYSTEM
SOL DACW29-01-R-0032
DUE 092601
POC Eileen M. Darby, Contracting Officer, (504) 862-1996 
DESC: The US Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District, has
  a requirement for the replacement of the US Army Corps of Engineer's
  Large Class Hopper Dredge Wheeler's Controllable Pitch Propeller
  (CPP) Propulsion Control System. The complete electric system
  shall be consistent with ABS and USCG requirements. The system
  shall utilize a current technology electronic logic controller.
  The installation shall include the complete replacement of
  the engine controls to both Woodward model 701 electronic speed
  controllers on EGB-35P mechanical governors, pitch controls,
  pitch cylinders, pitch motors, pitch limits, pitch feedbacks,
  clutch controls, all meters, lights, pushbuttons and controls
  for four Control Stations, hydraulic pump controls and hydraulic
  oil head tank level controls. Offeror shall adapt to the existing
  plant and equipment as necessary for proper operation with
  the CPP control system. A site visit is recommended by appointment,
  for scheduling contact Bob Brockway (504) 862-2049. The new
  system shall be installed with a minimum of modifications to
  the existing systems such as diesel engines, governors, CP
  pressure distribution system, hydraulic system, etc. Technical
  documentation for the control system, including detailed drawings,
  electrical and hydraulic circuit diagrams and control logic
  and software shall be provided. On-site training and support
  to Corps personnel is required. The offeror shall provide all
  supervision, services, labor, materials, articles, facilities,
  and equipment for the work described above. This solicitation
  is issued as an unrestricted procurement. The applicable Standard
  Industrial Classification (SIC) code is 3625 and the business
  size is 750 employees. The NAICS code is 335314. The requirement
  is being procured as a firm fixed price contract under FAR
  12, Commercial Items. This is a best value procurement action.
  The significant evaluation criteria at 52.212-2, Evaluation
  Commercial Items included in paragraph (a) of that provision
  is Technical Capability, Past Performance, and Price. Proposals
  shall be evaluated in accordance with the evaluation factors
  listed above in descending order of importance. For this procurement,
  technical and past performance, when combined, are significantly
  more important than price. Solicitation DACW29-01-R-0032 will
  be available on August 21, 2001. All interested parties may
  request a complete solicitation package in writing by fax (504)
  862-2889 Attn: Eileen M. Darby, stating the solicitation number,
  complete company name, point of contact, address, area code
  and telephone number and facsimile number. No telephone requests
  will be accepted. Proposals are due on September 26, 2001 at
  1400 hours. NOTE: Contractor must be registered with the Central
  Contractor Registration to be eligible for contract award or
  payment from any DOD activity. Information on registration
  may be obtained by calling 1-888-227-2423 or via the Internet
  at http://www.ccr2000.com. Registration requires applicants
  to have a DUNS number from Dun & Bradstreet. Recommend registering
  immediately in order to be eligible for timely award. All responsible
  sources may submit a proposal, which will be considered by
  this agency.   
CITE: (W-229 SN50V2Y8)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Other Defense Agencies, U.S. Special Operations Command,
  Naval = Special Warfare Development Group, 1636 Regulus Avenue,
  Building 313, = Virginia Beach, VA, 23461-2299
SUBJECT: 59--59--REPAIR PREAMPLIFIERS
SOL USZA99-01-Q-0045
DUE 090701
POC Thelma Escobar, Purchasing Agent, Phone 757-492-7960 xt2228,
  = Fax 757-492-7954, Email tescobarmail.nswdg.navy.mil
DESC: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation in accordance
  with the = format in FAR Subpart 12.6, and FAR 13.6 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, = USZA99-01-Q-0045, is issued as a
  Request for Quotation (RFQ). The = solicitation document and
  incorporated provisions and clauses are those = in effect through
  Federal Acquisition Circular 97-12. This procurement = is unrestricted.
  All responses from responsible sources will be fully = considered.
  Clin 0001, Evaluate and Repair Fifteen DFP-106ABS = Diplexer/Pre-Amplifier
  to include Hybrid amplifier ports, diodes and = capacitors,
  tuning capacitors, coupling coils, connector, cable and = coil,
  paint/silver plate and label each unit. Clin 0002, Evaluate
  = eight DFP-106ABS Diplexer/Pre-Amplifiers. Solicitation Provision
  at = FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commerical Items
  (Oct 2000) is = hereby incorporated by reference. Solicitation
  Provision FAR 52.212-2, = Evaluation-Commercial Items (Jan
  1999) is hereby incorporated, the = evaluation factors are
  technical, price, and past performance. The = government will
  make a determination of best value based on the = evaluation
  factors cited. Contractors are reminded to submit a = complete
  copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations
  and = Certifications-Commercial Items with their quote, if
  readily available. = If not, the clause will be forward for
  completion prior to award (Oct = 2000). Clause 52.212-4, Contract
  terms and Conditions/Commercial Items = (May 1999) is hereby
  incorporated by reference. Clause 52.212-5, = Contract Terms
  and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or = Executive
  Orders/Commercial Items (Aug 2000) is hereby incorporated by
  = reference, as well as the following clauses cited in the
  clause which = apply to this solicitation, 52.222-0026, Equal
  Opportunity (E.O. = 11246), 52.222-35, Affirmative Action for
  Special Disabled and Vietnam = Era Veterans (38 U.S.C. 4212),
  52.222-36, Affirmative Action for = Handicapped Workers (29
  U.S.C. 793), 52.222-37, Employment Reports on = special Disabled
  Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era (38 U.S.C. = 4212),
  52.225-3, Buy American Act/Supplies (41 U.S.C. 10). = Additionally,
  the following clauses are applicable to this = solicitation,
  252.212-7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to = Implement
  Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense = Acquisition
  of Commercial Items, 52.204-7004, Required Central = Contractor
  Registration. The Defense priorities and Allocations = Systems
  (DPAS) assigned rating for this procurement is unrated. = Questions
  pertaining to the solicitation must be submitted in writing
  = and may be faxed to Thelma Escobar, 757-492-7954. Signed
  and dated = quotes referencing the RFQ number USZA99-01-Q-0045
  must be submitted, = no later than 4:30 p.m. 7 September 2001,
  to Thelma Escobar, NSWDG, = 1636 Regulus Ave, Bldg 313, Virginia
  Beach, VA 23461-2299. The quotes = must provide sufficient
  detail on the proposed item to allow the = government to make
  a best value determination. =20
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/ODA/USSOCOM/VirginiaBeachVA/USZA99-01-Q-0045=
  /listing.html
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  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V306)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, P.O. Box 16704, DSCC-PLI,
  Columbus OH 43216-5010
SUBJECT: 59--JACK BOX
SOL SP093000RX412
DUE 100501
POC For Information Only, Point of Contact - J. Richardson, Telephone
  Number (614) 6927832, FAX: (614)692-6923: Contracting Officer:
  Dwight deWeaver, Phone (614)692-7935.
DESC: Jack, Box, PR Number IQC01166000002, National Stock Number
  5935-00-52-6790. An Indefinite Quantity Contract (365 day basic
  with two 365 day option periods)is anticipated. All sources
  must quote IAW Navy (8006) dwg 900-803-H-74210/G15B. Adequate
  data for the evaluation of alternate offers is not available
  at the procurement agency. Any alternate offer must provide
  a complete data package including data for the approved and
  alternate part for evaluation with their offer. QAP 3306 is
  required. See solicitation. MIL-STD 108E Table III 15 FT is
  req2uired. Approved Manufacturers and part numbers are as follows:
  Tabet Mfr (88829) p/dwg 9000-S6501-74210/G-15N; NMP Corp (58475)
  p/dwg 9000-S6501-74210/G-15B; Comsaco (57626) p/dwg Sym 2482.
  Total 3 year estimated quantity is 4000 ea. Various incremental
  quantities are being solicited, see solicitation for quantities
  and delivery schedule and destinations, destinations are expected
  to be to various DLA Stocking Sites/DSCC customers. Hard copies
  of this solicitation are not available and solicitation will
  be posted on the DSCC RFP/IFB website at http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp
  on or about 09-07-01 with responses due on or about 10-05-01.
  All responsible sources may submit an offer/quote which shall
  be considered. See numbered notes 1 and 26. 
CITE: (W-229 SN50V365)

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PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment Components
OFFADD: Defense Supply Center Columbus, P.O. Box 16704, DSCC-PLI,
  Columbus OH 43216-5010
SUBJECT: 59--ALIGNED TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER SET
SOL SP0960-01-R-X420
DUE 101001
POC Mary Couture Phone 614-692-7318 Fax 614-692-6928
DESC: This is an unrestricted procurement. All responsible sources
  may submit an offer which shall be considered. NSN 6030-01-457-7294
  (formerly FSC 5998), Circuit Card Assembly, Osicom Technologies
  (53071) p/n VGL3120N-GBR and NSN 6030-01-476-2024 (formerly
  FSC 5998), Circuit Card Assembly, Osicom Technologies (53071)
  p/n VGL3120N-GBX. The items are to be paired together (1 of
  each NSN) and aligned I/A/W the Advanced Tomahawk Weapon Control
  System (ATWCS) Red, Green, And Blue Video (RGB) Fiber Optic
  (F/O) Transmitter and Receiver Alignment Procedure, NUWC-DK
  Report 2273, dated 31 January 2001. Pairs will be tested for
  conformance. Solicitation is being issued for a one-year, indefinite
  quantity contract. Estimated annual requirement is 44 aligned
  pairs (44 of each NSN). The solicitation contains one 12-month
  option period. Incremental pricing is requested for quantities
  of 1 through 99 each for each NSN. Shipping destinations will
  be various DSCC stock sites as listed in the DSCC Master Solicitation
  as well as DSCC customers. The delivery schedule is 10 each
  per month beginning 180 days after date of contract. See Note
  26. Copies of this solicitation will be available at the DSCC
  website: http://dibbs.dscccols.com/rfp after the issue date.
  The anticipated issue date of this solicitation is September
  10, 2001. Offerors must download the solicitation and submit
  their proposals to the address provided in Block 8 of the RFP.

CITE: (W-229 SN50V3A2)

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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 Force Materiel Command,
  OC-ALC = - (Central Contracting), 3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A,
  Tinker AFB, = OK, 73145-3015
SUBJECT: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY
SOL F34601-02-R-35315
DUE 100901
POC Gale Shropshire, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-4638,
  Fax = 405-739-3462, Email gale.shropshire@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 17-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY. SOL
  F34601-02-R-35315 DUE 101101 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015,
  For additional information contact Gale = Shropshire/Lidib/[405]734-4638
  Item 0001 NSN 5998-01-456-7127NT P/N: = 5101078-19, 8 inches
  wide, 7 inches high,. 75 Inches thick. Matl. = metallic and
  various electronic component function: contains the ofp = for
  the flight control system. Nha:6615-01-397-7980 automatic flight
  = control processor. Appl: C-130/141. 7EA. Applicable to: C130/141.
  = Destn: Tinker Air Force Base Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 30
  Sep 2002 7 ea = The approximate issue/response date will be
  07 SEP 2001. Written = procedure will be used for this solicitation.
  To: Honeywell Intl Inc, = Teterboro Nj 07608 1105. No telephone
  requests. Only written or faxed = requests received directly
  from the requestor are acceptable. All = responsible sources
  solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation = which
  shall be considered. The proposed contract action is for supplies
  = and services for which the Government intends to solicit
  and negotiate = with only one, or a limited number of sources
  under the authority of = FAR 6.302. Interested persons may
  identify their interest and = capability to respond to the
  requirement or submit proposals. This = notice of intent is
  not a request for competitive proposals. However, = all proposals
  received within forty five-days (thirty days if award is =
  issued under an existing basic ordering agreement) after date
  of = publication of this synopsis will be considered by the
  Government. A = Determination by the Government not to compete
  this proposed contract = based upon responses to this notice
  is solely within the discretion of = the Government. Information
  received will normally be considered solely = for the purpose
  of determining whether to conduct a competitive = procurement.
  Award will be made only if the offeror, the = product/service,
  or the manufacturer meets qualification requirements = at the
  time of award in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1. The =
  solicitation identifies the office where additional information
  can be = obtained concerning qualification requirements as
  cited in each = individual solicitation. =05 It is suggested
  that small business firms = or others interested in subcontracting
  opportunities in connection with = the described procurement
  make contact with the firm(s) listed. = Specifications, plans,
  or drawings relating to the procurement = described are incomplete
  or not available and cannot be furnished by = the Government.
  Note: Faxed solicitation requests can be submitted to = OC-ALC/PKXDA,
  Tinker AFB OK 73145-3015, FAX NUMBER (405)739-3656. = Request
  for Written Quotation will be issued. The anticipated award
  = date will be 60 days after the issuance of this notice. See
  Note (s) = 26.=20 Click here to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting
  Synposes at EPS Click Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-35315/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3H0)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 59--Electrical and Electronic Equipment 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: 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY
SOL F34601-02-R-35339
DUE 100901
POC Gale Shropshire, Contract Negotiator, Phone 405-734-4638,
  Fax = 405-739-3462, Email gale.shropshire@tinker.af.mil
DESC: Presolicitation Notice=20 Date Submitted: 17-AUG-2001 OC-ALC/LIDS
  DIR CONTRACTING/COMMODITIES 3001 STAFF DR STE 1AG1/98C = TINKER
  AIR FORCE BASE OK 73145-3028=20 59--CIRCUIT CARD ASSY SOL F34601-02-R-35339
  DUE 101101 OC-ALC/PKXDA = TINKER AFB OK 73145-3015, For additional
  information contact Gale = Shropshire/Lidib/[405]734-4638 Item
  0001 NSN 5998-01-243-7987NT P/N: = 478902-02-02, Dimensions:
  9" wide x 10" long x 1"thick/approx. = Des/funct: the fcc motherboard
  cca is the main interconnect for all = Cca's within the fcc.
  tje (fcc) and thus the motherboard is an integral = part of
  the An/ASW-51 automatic flight control set (afcs) which along
  = with sensors, servo-actuators and pilot controllers, provides
  aircraft = control along the pitch, roll and yaw axis. the
  fcc/mother- board = processes the aircraft flight control sensor
  signals for the automatic = flight control system. Mat: wire
  and aluminum alloy 29 connectors. F15 = a/c. Nha: 6615-01-444-9008
  11EA. Applicable to: F-15e. Destn: Tinker = Air Force Base
  Ok 73145-3028. Delivery: 31 Oct 2002 11 ea Qualification =
  requirements: Sources must be qualified prior to being considered
  for = award. The solicitation will contain instructions for
  obtaining further = information on this requirement. The qualification
  requirements for = this item were established prior to 19 Oct
  1984 and the requirements of = FAR 9.202(A) do not apply. These
  qualification requirements apply to = line item(s) 0001 The
  approximate issue/response date will be 07 SEP = 2001. Written
  procedure will be used for this solicitation. To: Bae = Systems
  Aircraft Controls Inc, Santa Monica Ca 90406-0442. No telephone
  = requests. Only written or faxed requests received directly
  from the = requestor are acceptable. All responsible sources
  solicited may submit = a bid, proposal, or quotation which
  shall be considered. Authority: 10 = U.S.C. 2304(C)(1), Justification:
  Supplies (or Services) required are = available from only one
  or a limited number of responsible source(s) = and no other
  type of supplies or services will satisfy agency = requirements.
  The proposed contract action is for supplies and services =
  for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with
  only = one, or a limited number of sources under the authority
  of FAR 6.302. = Interested persons may identify their interest
  and capability to = respond to the requirement or submit proposals.
  This notice of intent = is not a request for competitive proposals.
  However, all proposals = received within forty five-days (thirty
  days if award is issued under = an existing basic ordering
  agreement) after date of publication of this = synopsis will
  be considered by the Government. A Determination by the = Government
  not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses
  = to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.
  = Information received will normally be considered solely for
  the purpose = of determining whether to conduct a competitive
  procurement. Award will = be made only if the offeror, the
  product/service, or the manufacturer = meets qualification
  requirements at the time of award in accordance = with FAR
  clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where
  = additional information can be obtained concerning qualification
  = requirements as cited in each individual solicitation. =05
  It is = suggested that small business firms or others interested
  in = subcontracting opportunities in connection with the described
  = procurement make contact with the firm(s) listed. Specifications,
  = plans, or drawings relating to the procurement described
  are incomplete = or not available and cannot be furnished by
  the Government. Note: Faxed = solicitation requests can be
  submitted to OC-ALC/PKXDA, Tinker AFB OK = 73145-3015, FAX
  NUMBER (405)739-3656. Request for Written Quotation = will
  be issued. The anticipated award date will be 60 days after
  the = issuance of this notice. See Note (s) 26.=20 Click here
  to reach Tinker AFB Central Contracting Synposes at EPS Click
  Here to E-mail Buyer
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/OCALCCC/F34601-02-R-35339/listing.=
  html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-229 SN50V3H3)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 16, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command,
  WR-ALC, WR-ALC/PK Acquisition Opportunities 235 Byron Street,
  Robins AFB, GA, 31098-1611
SUBJECT: 61--RF INTERFACE CABLES
SOL F3LN0011710100
DUE 082201
POC Terri Frye, Contract Specialist, Phone (478)926-5123, Fax
  (478)926-3569, Email Terri.Frye@robins.af.mil
DESC: 1. MILTECH 340/in 180/RC/RCX 13ea 2. MILTECH 340/in 240/RC/RCX
  7ea 3. MILTECH 340/in 360/RC/RCX 5ea 4. MILTECH 340/in 48/RC/RCX
  8ea 5. MILTECH 340/in 180/RCX/RCX 8ea 6. MILTECH 340/in 240/RCX/RCX
  9ea 7. MILTECH 340/300in/RC/RCX 4ea 8. SD48555 20ea 9. SD48573
  20ea 10. SD48530 20ea 11. SD48608 20ea 12. TN550-625 10ea **SEE
  NOTE 22 for Sole Source/Sole Sourced to Manufacture: Times
  Microwave Systems Inc. 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 required and a written solicitation will
  not be issued. 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 Required to Implement Statutes or Executive
  Orders--Commercial Items). IAW clause 52.212-2, the evaluation
  factors shall be: Price and Price related factors. Oral Procedures
  will be used for this solicitation. Quotations may be faxed
  to (912)926-3569. The approx. issue/response date is 22 AUG
  2001. The anticipated award will be 25 Aug 2001 All responsible
  sources solicited may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation
  which shall be considered. All Vendors have to be registered
  in the Central Contractor Registration to receive a government
  award. Point of Contact: Terri N. Frye 478 926-5123
LINKURL: http://www.eps.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/WRALC/F3LN0011710100/listing.html
LINKDESC: 
  notice
CITE: (D-228 SN50V2A8)

[Commerce Business Daily: Posted in CBDNet on August 17, 2001]
[Printed Issue Date: August 21, 2001]

PART: U.S. GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENTS (MODIFICATION)
SUBPART: SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CLASSCOD: 61--Electrical Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment
OFFADD: Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, 436th
  CONS, = 639 Atlantic Street, Dover AFB,, DE, 19902-5639

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