Multimedia systems including: interactive whiteboard, projector
The Contracting Authority would like to enter into a agreement for radio terminals and equipment thereof.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE MONITORING SYSTEM (RFIMS) SYNOPSIS POSTING (IAW FAR 5.207) Action Code: NEEG1100-16-01621Date: February 15Year: 2017Contracting Office Zip Code: 20910Product or Service Code: 5895Contracting Office Address: 1315 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MDSubject: Radio Frequency Interference Monitoring SystemProposed Solicitation Number: AB-1330-17-RP-0040Draft RFIMS RFP: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=a5379236cb993b7f361e4d549d253040&tab=core&_cview=1Closing Response Date: TBDContact Point or Contracting Officer: Michael Blumenfeld (Michael.email@example.com) (240) 628-1349Contract Type: Cost Plus Fixed FeeContract Award and Solicitation Number: TBDContract Award Dollar Amount: TBDContract Award Date: TBDPlace of Contract Performance: Multiple Locations listed in RFPSet-aside Status: N/A, Full & Open CompetitionDescription: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is an agency that enriches life through science. NOAA plays several distinct roles within the Department of Commerce (DOC) and focuses on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere. NOAA is comprised of various line, staff, and program offices that serve as vital contributors to NOAA's mission. NOAA's Mission is to understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans, and coasts, to share that knowledge and information with others, and to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources. The National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) is a NOAA line office dedicated to providing timely access to global environmental data from satellites and other sources to promote, protect and enhance the Nation's economy, security, environment and quality of life. To fulfill its responsibilities, NESDIS acquires and manages the Nation's operational environmental satellites, operates the NOAA National Data Centers, provides data and information services including earth system monitoring, performs official assessments of the environment, and conducts related research.Within NOAA/NESDIS, the Office of Satellite Ground Services (OSGS) is responsible for consolidating the development and sustainment of all satellite ground systems. OSGS leverages common ground services and guides development of an integrated ground enterprise.The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and NOAA, identified 15 megahertz (MHz) of Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum between 1675 MHz and 1710 MHz that was deemed suitable for sharing with Long-Term Evolution (LTE) wireless carriers. On January 29, 2015, the FCC completed an auction of Advanced Wireless Service (AWS-3) licenses to enable sharing of the AWS-3 spectrum with NOAA satellites. Following proper coordination with Federal agencies, licensees will be authorized to use that shared spectrum beginning in April 2018.To help protect the data downlink of the NOAA satellites that will be sharing the AWS-3 spectrum with the LTE wireless carriers, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) transferred a portion of the proceeds from the AWS-3 auction to NOAA through the DOC to fund the Radio Frequency Interference Monitoring System (RFIMS) project. The RFIMS project will deliver an interference monitoring system that will detect, classify and identify the source of potentially detrimental RF Interference (RFI) that may impact the data downlink of the NOAA satellites that will be sharing the AWS-3 spectrum with the LTE wireless carriers. In the event that detrimental RFI has been accurately detected and classified, and the source of the RFI is correctly identified, notifications will need to be sent to the responsible party or parties so that an appropriate mitigation response can be implemented.NESDIS/OSGS is responsible for the management and execution of the RFIMS project. The principal objective of the RFIMS project is to select a vendor capable of successfully designing, developing, testing and deploying an operational RFIMS and a centralized monitoring solution. This RFP is being issued to acquire the professional services of a contractor to design, develop, test and deploy an operational RFI monitoring system at 17 NOAA earth stations. The resulting contract will be executed in phases over a five year period of performance beginning with a base CLIN (Concept Exploration) followed by multiple option CLINs (e.g., Demonstration, Deployment/Installation, and O&M and Sustainment). NTIA's Institute for Telecommunications Sciences (ITS), Spectrum and Propagation Measurements Division, will serve as OSGS's Developmental Test and Evaluation, Operational Test and Evaluation, and Independent Verification and Validation agent for the detect, classify, and identify aspects of the RFIMS acquisition effort. NTIA/ITS has provided years of RF signal collection, analysis, and expertise to government agencies as well as overseeing and conducting electromagnetic signal collection activities at the DOC Table Mountain Facility in Boulder, Colorado. NOAA will expect the contractor to coordinate with ITS regarding in-house and field test and evaluation activities of the RFIMS, for subsystems and the complete system, during the design, development, and operational phases of this acquisition effort.Following successful deployment, the operational RFIMS will enable government operators to detect potentially detrimental RFI, classify the nature of RFI, identify the source(s) of the RFI, and notify NOAA government operators and wireless carriers sharing the AWS-3 spectrum about the RFI. These operational capabilities should enable the OSGS to work cooperatively with licensed LTE wireless carriers in successfully mitigating potentially detrimental RFI within the protection zones established around the 17 NOAA satellite earth stations where RFIMS will be deployed.The Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of Interior (DOI) may wish to leverage the NOAA contract to protect their sites as well. Once developed, the RFIMS will provide a real-time data collection and monitoring capability to enhance Radio Frequency (RF) protection of the 17 NOAA ground earth stations and potentially up-to 18 DOD and up-to 5 DOI sites. The RFIMS monitoring system must operate continuously to monitor performance at each of the ground stations.For additional details concerning the Government's objectives, please see the draft RFP located at the following link:https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=a5379236cb993b7f361e4d549d253040&tab=core&_cview=1Competitive proposals will be solicited on a full and open competitive basis per FAR 6.101, 6.102(b) and 6.401(b)(1). In accordance with the procedures at FAR 15-101-1, a Best Value tradeoff process will be used in determining contract award(s) with an anticipated contract award by September 2017.
The object of the procurement is a professional radio spectrum monitoring system, which includes radio receivers, control units and software components. The Monitoring System will be used by FICORA (Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority) to monitor the spectrum usage on a pre-defined geographical area.
Procurement includes equipment and software delivery, installations, testing and commissioning to FICORA's ICT environment. Commissioning is considered also to include user training. FICORA arranges the installation premises, network connections and electric power for the receivers and servers.
The Monitoring System enables investigation of spectrum usage and detection of radio signals deviating from normal usage when compared to reference data. The Monitoring System shall be able to geolocate a signal source.
The receivers of the Monitoring System shall record measurement data continuously in such a way that it is possible to monitor spectrum usage not only in real-time but also afterwards. The Monitoring System shall be remotely used and controlled via any fast enough IP-connection through a VPN tunnel.
The Monitoring System shall be used with standardised portable laptop PC's which are maintained by the FICORA IT-department. If the Monitoring System requires servers and server software, they shall be integrated into FICORA's ICT-infrastructure using normal maintenance procedures of the IT-department.
The procurement includes technical support, maintenance and support services for the duration of the contract. Technical support includes administration and necessary lifecycle support for the procured supplies and software products, as specified in the final tender documents. Maintenance and support services during the contract include, for example, support service provided to the Monitoring System admin users and ICT-service providers, as agreed in relevant service terms and conditions.
The minimum requirements of the subject-matter of the contract are described in the Annex 1, ‘Description of the Procurement’.
Telecommunications infrastructure for the BELLA-T project
It is entrusted to an operator securing TV contribution links and Internet radio between the seat of the first Overseas in Malakoff and the nine stations of the Overseas Territories.
internet security of transport links TV and Radio DOM / COM Atlantic and Indian.
internet security of transport links TV and Radio Pacific (New Caledonia, Wallis and Polynesia).
ENHT is seeking a partner organisation with which to create a Radio-pharmacy Joint Venture at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre (MVCC).
The Trust is seeking a single specialist partner solution with demonstrable capability and experience in operating within the radio-pharmacy market who can augment and complement the radio-pharmacy expertise at MVCC. Should the opportunity be advertised organisations will have to demonstrate an ability to:
— Supply 99Mo-99Tcm generators reliably to MVCC site;
— Development of an alternative technology(ies) for the production of Tc99m with the ability to provide Tc99m on a daily basis to the MVCC radio-pharmacy;
— Supply non-99Tcm radio-pharmaceuticals to the MVCC site;
— Supply of radio-pharmaceutical kits for the preparation of 99Tcm radio-pharmaceuticals to the MVCC site;
— Work with the MVCC to develop clinical / research PET radio-pharmaceuticals based on generator produced nuclides;
— Provide logistical support to the MVCC radio-pharmacy for the delivery of radio-pharmaceuticals to other hospitals / organisations.
Acquisition of radio and battery.
Supply of radio-pharmaceuticals manufactured under Special's licence MS21266.
Scientific services and safety advice on the use of ionising radiation (sealed and unsealed sources) on the Stepping Hill Hospital site. This includes Nuclear Medicine, sentinel node procedures in theatres, and Quality Control North West. The services supplied will facilitate the development and delivery of the highest quality and safest clinical services and ensure the optimum radiation protection standards in relation to patients, staff and the environment are maintained on an ongoing basis.
SVUH is considering commencing a competitive procurement process to appoint a supplier to provide services to meet its requirements for provision of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Radio-pharmaceuticals (including fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG)) for use in a new PET-CT Imaging Centre.
As part of the process SVUH wishes to take soundings from the market as to its capacity, expertise and level of interest to meet the demand for this service. SVUH would like to invite suppliers who believe they have the relevant expertise to provide us with information.
You are invited to bid for the procurement of naming Cable TV. The Migration Board has need of distribution of Cable TV to places like Immigration Service conducts in-house and with the option of viewing the same channel offerings in their administrative areas such as receptions, etc. and detention centers.
Transmission services for radio and television programs