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Defense Optical Fabrication Entreprise Management System (DOFEMS)

Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published February 13, 2015
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Naval Medical Logistics Command (NMLC) is overseeing and directing the procurement process for the reengineering efforts across the Optical Fabrication Enterprise (OFE). An optical fabrication Laboratory Management System (LMS) system's function is to control and communicate with lens production and inspection machines used in the manufacture of prescription eyewear. It also serves as an order processing system which has the capability of retrieving orders from remote ordering systems and processing them for fabrication. The LMS will also include an inventory, financial, and shipping function which has the capability of tracking, stock usage. NMLC will procure a ready to use commercial of the shelf (COTS) solution and deployed to the field. This pre-solicitation notice is to inform industry that the NMLC intends to release solicitation number N62645-15-T-1014 between the projected dates of Mar 2 - 6, 2015. The requirement will be fulfilled via an unrestricted full and open competitive acquisition. The intended procurement will be classified under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 541512 with a Standard Size of $27.5 (dollars). Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items and part 13.5, Test Program for Certain Commercial Items, will be used for this requirement. This solicitation is by electronic means only - no hard copies will be mailed to offerors. The official release of the Solicitation and all amendments will be posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website at www.fbo.gov under the solicitation number stated above. To receive consideration, vendors must be registered with the System Award Management (SAM) web site under the correct NAICS code. Telephone requests and questions will not be accepted at this time.

70--Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System (APLIS) Software Solution

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity | Published February 9, 2015  -  Deadline March 11, 2015
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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 US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA) in support of the Defense Heath Agency (DHA) is soliciting for an ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEM (APLIS) SOFTWARE SOLUTION (BRAND NAME OR EQUAL TO COPATH PLUS), HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTATION, TRAINING AND MAINTENANCE SUPPORT SERVICES. The Government is replacing the current Defense Health Clinical Systems (DHCS) Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System (APLIS) solution/software at the Department of Defense Military Treatment Facilities (DoD MTFs) from end-of-life (EOL) Hewlett Packard hardware running Open Virtual Memory System (OpenVMS) 7.3-2 Operating System (OS), and Digital Standard MUMPS (DSM) 7.3 database application, to a virtualized Microsoft Windows platform using a regional design leveraging existing DoD network infrastructure. The requested APLIS solution must comply with the DHA Information Assurance (IA) standards and interface with the current Composite Health Care System (CHCS) architecture. This requirement includes upgrading to CoPath Plus (Brand Name or an Equal) COTS utilizing the following: - Purchase of new hardware, software, and licensing for specified sites supporting the APLIS solution - Deployment of the product across the designated sites - Standard configuration and optional configurations - On-site engineering support to perform the application and system migrations and installations - Training support for the AP user community - Continued upgrades and/or updates to the licensed software products Please see the attached solicitation and Performance Work Statement for specifications. If you have any questions, please contact James Cheng at 301-619-1012 or electronically at james.cheng1.civ@mail.mil. Please provide the following items when responding to this solicitation: - DUNS# - CAGE Code - TAX ID# (TIN) - Discount Terms (i.e. Net 30) - Contact Information (Name, Telephone Number, and E-mail) - Business Size

A--Multicenter Program for Developing Treatments for Botulinum Neurotoxin Intoxication

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity | Published October 14, 2015
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The government has extended the period of performance on three Research and Development (R&D) contracts in support of a Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) consortium project. The project is Development of Medical Countermeasures for Botulinum Neurotoxin Intoxication Focused on Therapeutics and Neuroregenerative Medicines. DTRA has established a multicenter program in which directed research projects are submitted, evaluated and selected to sponsor a network of collaboration amongst researchers. Under the multicenter collaboration, three proposals were selected to be administered in coordination with U.S Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) collaborators: a. Montclair State University (MSU): MSU is contributing to the botulinum drug discovery effort by synthesizing small molecule drug candidates for treatment of botulinum toxin exposure and optimizing their pharmaceutical properties. b. Institute of Advanced Sciences (IAS): IAS will support the efforts at the USAMRICD by performing high throughput screening (HTS) of natural product and small molecule libraries. c. Ossianix Inc: Ossianix will provide an alternative to traditional inhibitors by developing small single chain shark antibodies as potential inhibitors for catalytic activity. The reason for the extension through December 31, 2015 is to allow additional research for USAMRICD to complete the first cycle of this consortium effort. After discussions between the collaborating parties it was determined that additional time and funding would be needed obtain the necessary objectives prior to the next research cycle. Funding in the amount of $75,000 for MSU and $75,000 for the Institute of Advanced Sciences will be provided to complete the first cycle of the research. Ossianix will be receiving a completion date extension using the funding made available at the time of initial contract. The three research contracts will end on December 31, 2015. Research contracts to be performed in Fiscal Year 2016 to support the development of medical countermeasures will be addressed competitively through the U.S Army Medical Research and Materiel Command's (USAMRMC's) Broad Agency Announcement 15-1 See the following website for additional information. https://www.usamraa.army.mil/pages/Baa_Forms/index.cfm?

Surgical_Dressing_Tapes

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 27, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Surgical Dressing Tapes through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 11 February 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Surgical Dressing Tapes made of various materials such as silk, cloth, and paper. The tapes will be of various widths and lengths. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Exam_Gloves

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 21, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Exam Gloves through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 05 February 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Exam Gloves, non-sterile, synthetic, powder-free, and not made with natural latex rubber in various sizes from Extra Small to Double Extra Large. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Surgical_Gloves

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 15, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Surgical Gloves through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 30 January, 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Surgical Gloves, sterile, not made with natural latex rubber (to include polyisoprene, neoprene), and powder-free, in various sizes ranging from 6 to 9, with beaded cuffs. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Resistance_Exercise_Bands

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published August 6, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Resistance-Exercise Bands through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 23 November 2015. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Resistance-Exercise Bands which come in various sizes ranging from 2 pounds to 22 pounds of resistance at 100% elongation. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Surgical_Masks

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published August 24, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Surgical Masks through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 09 December 2015. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: adult and pediatric procedure surgical masks including shielded and non-shielded masks with tie or ear loop design. These procedure or surgical masks have various fluid resistances and filter efficiency ratings. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Tissue_Processors

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published September 14, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Hospital Division (FSH) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Tissue Processors through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 30 Dec 2015. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Tissue Processors capable of automating the preparation of tissue specimens for light microscopy including fixation, dehydration, clearing, and paraffin infiltration. The unit should utilize at least one stationary-chamber for tissue processing and should be capable of both xylene and xylene-free processing. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the Hospital Division (FSH) program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining an Electronic Catalog (ECAT) contract. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's ECAT program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/Portal/ECAT/EcatHome.asp. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on an ECAT contract. All items on a Hospital Division ECAT contract are required to be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the ECAT TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to John Wolstenholme at DLA Troop Support, john.wolstenholme@dla.mil, 215-737-9097. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these products/services of the imminent release of the QSL FBO. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Blood_Pressure_Cuffs_Disposable

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published May 19, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Disposable Blood Pressure Cuffs through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 01 August 2015. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Disposable Blood Pressure Cuffs which are single patient use, not made with natural rubber latex, in multiple sizes for use on arms and thighs. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Suture_Removal_Kits

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published June 13, 2013
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Medical Materiel Program Office (DMMPO) Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and DLA Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Suture Removal Kits through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 22 September 2013. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to suture removal kits that are sterile, latex free or latex safe, and containing 2x2 to 4x4 gauze, Adson forcep or Littauer scissor, or Iris scissor, and PVP/alcohol or CHG/IPA prep. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The QSL for Suture Removal Kits will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor program which is executed by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Med-Surg PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must have a current and active Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. Vendors must update relevant part numbers for this product line in the DAPA Management System with the country from which each line item is an end product, IAW the Trade Agreements Act. Vendors responding to the QSL FBO Announcement will be required to ensure that all DAPA line items/end products in the subject product line are Trade Agreements compliant. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the Federal Business Opportunities website.  

Endotracheal_Tubes

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published May 17, 2016
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME.     The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Endotracheal Tubes through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 1 September, 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal.    Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Endotracheal Tubes: oral, oral/nasal, nasal; cuffed, uncuffed; high volume/low pressure cuffs; neonatal, pediatric, and adult endotracheal tubes in a variety of sizes and materials.   The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel.    To participate in the QSL process vendors must have, or be in the process of obtaining, a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil.   All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement.     The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Dressing Sponges

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published July 18, 2016
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME.The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Dressing Sponges through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 02 November 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal.Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Dressing Sponges which are sterile and non-sterile, woven and non-woven, and not made with natural rubber latex in a variety of sizes and plys.The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel.To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil.All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-7885. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement.The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME.

Infant_Heel_Warmers

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published December 21, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Infant Heel Warmers through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 06 April 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Infant Heel Warmers product line includes warming packs that are activated by squeezing contents of package, not made with natural latex rubber, single use, non-toxic, disposable, secured by tape or strap(s) that are an integrated component of the product, do not exceed 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and in the following size range: 3.0 inches to 4.0 inches wide by 4.0 inches to 5.5 inches long. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-7885. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website. This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME.

Patient_Scales

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published December 8, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Patient Scales through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 24 March 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of the variety of scales considered for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Patient Scales stationary and portable/stand on, wheelchair/portable floor, with digital weight indicator, die-cast weigh beam/mechanical, in a range of weight capacities to accommodate infants/pediatrics, and adults. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Manual_Resuscitators_Pocket_Size

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published December 22, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Manual Resuscitators Pocket Size through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 07 April 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Manual Resuscitators which are pocket size, collapsible design, disposable/single patient use, not made with natural rubber latex, that includes textured grip inflation bag, mask, patient valve, reservoir bag, airway 90mm, 6'6" oxygen tubing, with hard plastic, twist-top case, and quick to deploy. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-7885. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website. This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME.

Laryngeal_Mask_Airways

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 23, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Laryngeal Mask Airways through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 07 February 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: The Laryngeal Mask Airway or Supraglottic Airway items that are not made with natural latex rubber, for single patient use, sterile, inflatable or self-sealing in a range of sizes used for neonates (

Sterile-Disposable_OR_Towels

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published November 4, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Sterile Disposable OR Towels through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 19 February 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Sterile Disposable OR Towels that are 100% cotton, pre-washed, color fast fabric, with de-linted or low lint properties. Available with and without radiopaque filaments, and not made with natural latex rubber. Available in colors of blue, green, and white in sterile package quantities of 2, 4, and 6 per pack and within the size ranges of 15-19 inches in width and 26-30 inches in length. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Crutches

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published November 25, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Crutches through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 11 March 2016. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: crutches, made of aluminum, packaged in pairs, are reusable, rated for a minimum of 300 pounds weight capacity, with underarm pads and cushioned handgrips items not made with natural latex rubber, and in a range of sizes for adult tall (5'10"-6'6"), adult standard (5'1"-5'10"), and adult youth (4'6"-5'2"). The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Donna Raday at DLA Troop Support, donna.raday@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.

Exam-Table-Paper

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published September 10, 2015
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This Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is for information purposes only. This is not a request for submission of proposals or qualifications. RESPONSES OR OTHER INQUIRIES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THIS TIME. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor (MSPV) program anticipate issuing a Sources Sought Notification for the establishment of a Qualified Suppliers Listing (QSL) for Exam Table Paper through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about 26 December 2015. This is not a request for quote or proposal. Examples of items for the QSL could include but are not limited to: Exam Table Paper product line includes disposable, not made with natural latex rubber, white color paper available in two textures (crepe, and smooth), provided in specific sizes; Exam Table Paper 18 inches X 125-130 feet Crepe White, and Exam Table Paper 18 inches X 225-230 feet Smooth White. These products are intended for utilization as a single layer on clinical examination tables and replaced between each patient. The primary objective of this effort will be to solicit information and products for evaluation in order to create a QSL. The subject QSL will be the basis of a separate Standardization Action (SA) resulting in an Incentive Agreement (IA). This initiative will be part of the MSPV program which is executed by the DLA Troop Support, Directorate of Medical Materiel. To participate in the QSL process vendors must have or be in the process of obtaining a Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) and a separate commercial agreement with the current Medical/Surgical PV for each MMESO Area of Responsibility (AOR), i.e., Cardinal Health, and Owens & Minor. Vendors must validate that their account is Active in the System for Award Management (SAM) and provide Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support's MSPV program, please access the DLA web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil. All items proposed to be included in this QSL must be on DAPA for the DLA Troop Support MSPV program. The MSPV Program requires that all items be manufactured in a Trade Agreements Act (TAA) Compliant Country (as defined by FAR 52.225-5), unless it is determined that no functionally equivalent item is available from a compliant source. To be eligible for inclusion in the proposed QSL, all vendors are required to complete the DAPA TAA Certification. Any questions concerning TAA may be directed to Maryann DiMeo at DLA Troop Support, maryann.dimeo@dla.mil, 215-737-3201. Detailed information about the QSL requirements will be provided in the QSL FBO Announcement. The purpose of this Notice of Intent to Establish a Qualified Supplier List is to inform qualified entities interested in providing these services that the release of the QSL FBO is imminent. Upon issuance of the QSL FBO, all relevant information will be available electronically on the FBO website.