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Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published April 24, 2009

SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE - 21098393WQ170 PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE - HSCG83-09-Q-3WQ170 Provide all labor, material, equipment, transportation, and supervision required to Reseal Asphalt Pavement at USCG Atlantic Strike Team, Fort Dix, NJ. Major areas of work include: Provide coal tar base, double seal coat for approx. 16,000 Square Yards of asphalt pavement. Provide liquid silicone crack seal and backer rod for approx. 3000 feet of various pavement cracks. Paint �No Parking� zone and parking space lines for 53 spaces. Provide 3� deep cold mix asphalt patch for a 10� X 18� area and an additional 20 SF for patch and leveling at various locations. The contractor must complete 25% of the work with its own workforce. Estimated period of performance is 63 days after Notice to Proceed. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 238990 with a Small Business Size Standard of $14.0M. This procurement is set aside for Small businesses only. This procurement is estimated between $25K and $100K. NO TELEPHONE OR WRITTEN REQUESTS FOR SOLICITATIONS OR POSTING STATUS. All relevant solicitation documents, including specifications and drawings will be available for download exclusively from the Internet at this website in 15 days. Interested parties should utilize the Register to Receive Notification function at the government-wide FedBizOpps (FBO) website at under solicitation number HSCG83-09-B-3WQ170. THE DUE DATE FOR OFFERS WILL BE ESTABLISHED UPON ISSUANCE OF THE INVITATION FOR BID (IFB). Any amendments issued to this solicitation will be posted solely on the Internet.

B--Tech Support for Power Sector Modeling

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management | Published October 13, 2009  -  Deadline October 15, 2009

NAICS Code: 541618 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Acquisition Management in Washington, DC intends to award a single Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) subpart 8.405 procedures. The sole source BPA will be made to PAGovernment Services, Inc. located in Arlington, VA for obtaining expert technical support needed to keep the coal supply and related assumptions up-to-date in the Integrated Planning Model (IPM), a long-term forecasting model that EPA uses extensively to evaluate the impact of potential air emissions control policies on the U.S. electric power sector. Maintaining the latest fuel assumptions in IPM is essential for ensuring that the model produces technically sound projections. PA Government Services, Inc. is the only viable source with the ability to fully provide the unique EPA required services. No solicitation or Request for Quote is available for this acquisition. Nevertheless, any firm that believes that it is capable of meeting EPA's requirement as described herein, may submit an response; which if received on or by October 15, 2009 (10:00 am est) may be considered. Responses to this posting must be submitted in writing via emial to

Hallowat Road Decommissioning

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published October 20, 2008

The Western Montana Acquisition Zone anticipates issuing a Request for Proposal in the spring of 2009 for the Hallowat Road Decommissioning ;project on the Glacier Ranger District of the Flathead National Forest, Flathead County, Montana. The project near Moose Lake consists of installation of two corrugated metal bottomless arch pipes; installation of five corrugated metal culverts; removal and disposal of approximately 22 culverts; construction of waterbars and earth berms; determining stake locations that coincide with the road logs; placement of rip-rap and erosion control materials at culvert removal sites; seeding and mulching of all distrubed areas. The pre-bid tour will take place on October 30, 2008. Please meet at the Junction of Big Creek/Coal Creek Rd. #316 and the North Fork Road #486 at 11 am. This pre-bid will be preceeded by the Aeneas Road Decommissioning Pre-Bid Tour. Please contact Kendra Bull at the Flathead National Forest for more information at (406) 758-5264. Again, this solicitation is not available at this time. The solicitation is expected to be issued in the Spring, 2009.


Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey | Published June 15, 2011  -  Deadline June 22, 2011

This is an announcement directing interested parties to the FedConnect web page at where details of a U.S. Geological Survey Request for Quotation (RFQ) G11PS00548 may be viewed. This RFQ constitutes the only solicitation. All vendors who can meet this requirement, have a valid Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), are registered in CCR, and registered in FedConnect are invited to submit electronic quotes for this posted RFQ.Quotes are due via email to: no later than 1700 PM EDT, Wednesday, June 22, 2011 The U.S. Geological Survey has a requirement for; Comprehensive, low-level analysis of more than 75 inorganic contituents in mineralized water samples from coal mines. To be delivered to USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center, 215 Limekiln Rd, New Cumberland, PA 17070. RFQ G11PS00548 will be issued on or about 06/15/2011 with written quotes due on or about 06/22/2010. The NAICS code is 213114. The anticipated award date of the contract is 07/01/2011.

Z--Construction - Beaverhill Mine Reclamation, Coos County, Oregon

Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining | Published April 7, 2011  -  Deadline June 21, 2011

Reclamation of three entries to abandoned underground coal mine workings located in Coos County, Oregon, west of the town of Coquille. Work to reclaim two mine shafts and one slope entry includes: 1) excavation and grading; 2) import and placement of rock materials; and 3) construction of polyurethane foam and reinforced concrete plugs. This solicitation will be released on or about May 2, 2011. The estimated price range is $50,000 to $100,000. A pre-bid meeting is currently scheduled for June 7, 2011 at 10 AM (Pacific Time) at which attendance is mandatory. The pre-bid meeting will be held on site at the junction of North Bank Lane and Old Beaverhill Rd., south of Highway 42. The period of construction performance is 14 calendar days with the anticipated start date on August 8, 2011. Requests for the solicitation must in writing. Telephone or fax requests will NOT be accepted. Submit written requests to Tracy Meeker, Contracting Officer,, or Office of Surface Mining, DFM, PO Box 25065, Bldg 25 Rm 1501, Denver Federal Center Denver, CO 80225-0065. Refer to solicitation number S11PS00052. Your complete mailing address and point of contact information is required.


Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining | Published August 4, 2011  -  Deadline August 25, 2011

This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested under Solicitation No. S11PS00075, and a written solicitation will not be issued by the Department of the Interior Office of Surface Mining Reclamation & Enforcements (OSMRE) Appalachian Region. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-52. NAICS 541380, Size Standard $12.0 applies. Written quotes shall include the cost to collect and analyze seasonal water quality and quantity data in the Tennessee Coal Field Region under low flow conditions (August October 2011) at 17 stations, winter mean flow conditions (November 2011 January 2012) at 37 stations, and summer mean flow conditions (May July 2012) at 37 stations in accordance with the attached specifications. Award will be made to the offeror that provides the best value to the government based on OSMREs evaluation of critieria listed in Section 109.0 of the Statement of Work. Technical POC for this requirement is Mr. Rick Mann (865) 545-4103, ext. 164 or Contractors doing business with the Government are required to obtain a DUNS at, have an ACTIVE Central Contractor Registration at, and complete the Online Representations and Certifications Application at Award shall not be made to a contractor that has not satisfied these requirements. Written quotes can be returned by email, fax, or mail to the Contracting Officer, Lydia Gashel, email, phone (412) 937-2131, fax (412) 937-2888.

65--Stealthstation Equipment

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Great Lakes Healthcare System | Published April 13, 2010  -  Deadline April 19, 2010

Under Statutory Authority 41 U.S.C. 253(c)(1), the VA Great Lakes Acquisition Center anticipates entering into sole source procurement negotiations with Medtronic, 826 Coal Creek Circle, Louisville CO 80027 for the Stealthstation S7 Navigation for Clemet J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. This announcement is for supplies for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source under FAR 6.302-1. The above authority is cited and justification made based on the determination that the Government's minimum needs can best be satisfied by supplies available from one source. The Stealthstation S7 Navigation is the only true hybrid navigation system that can provide both optical navigation and our patented electromagnetic (axiEM) navigation functionality. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. Other persons may identify their interest and capability to respond to this requirement by April 19, 2010. Supporting evidence must be furnished in sufficient detail to demonstrate the ability to comply with the requirement. A determination by the Government not to open the requirement to competition based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received as a result of the notice of intent will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. No solicitation document is available.

RECOVERY--Z--PROJECT NUMBER 42080034, Army National Guard Aviation Support Facility Runway Sealing

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published June 5, 2010  -  Deadline June 11, 2010

RECOVERY - PER FAR 5.7 THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY; THEREFORE FAR 5.203 DOES NOT APPLY. THIS OPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO CONTRACTOR(S) UNDER THE CURRENT CONTRACT NUMBER(S): PAARNG Multiple Award Task Order Contractors: W912KC-05-D-0011, James Construction, POC: Craig Stevenson, phone (412)278-3720; W912KC-05-D-0010, Pride Enterprises, POC: Craig Williams, phone (484)322-0022; W912KC-05-D-0008, Hirani Engineering, POC: Jim Hirani, (516)248-1010; W912KC-05-D-0003, Senate Builders, POC: Eugene McNally, (610)834-2952; W912KC-05-D-0009, Midatlantic Construction, POC: Joe Ramirez, phone (609)989-7790; Project provides for the furnishing of all plant, labor, material, equipment, appliances and supervision necessary to remove paint from the surface of the paved areas designated on the site plan; prepare the asphalt surfaces for resealing; clean and fill cracks in the asphalt surfaces, provide and apply thermoplastic coal tar emulsion slurry seal on the asphalt surfaces designated on the site plan; and reapply FAA approved reflectorized paint of the type and color required for the operation of the airfield.

70--FME Professional Software

Department of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining | Published September 13, 2010  -  Deadline September 17, 2010

September 13, 2010 FME Professional Edition for floating and incremental software licensesCombined Synopsis/Solicitation Department of the InteriorOffice of Surface Mining1999 Broadway, Suite 3450Denver, CO 80202 STATEMENT of ObjectivesObjectives: The Office of Surface Mining in conjunction with other Federal and State agencies is undertaking the development of a federated GIS pilot project, GeoMine to bring coal mining related datasets together in a cohesive environment. The GeoMine project team has need of services that ingest multiple geospatial data from many different sources and to federate those data into a single geospatial data layer with consistent projection and a common data schema.The server shall be able to extract, load and translate all common GIS, CADD and database formats from one form to another. The server shall be able to ingest static file-based data sources as well as common streaming data services such as REST, GeoRSS, KML and OGC. The server shall be able to output the common translated data to static file-based GIS feature classes (specifically, ArcGIS 10 SDE geodatabase), common RDBMS tables, and streaming GeoRSS, KML and OGC. Additionally, the server shall support the extraction of portions of a specific dataset and translate the clipped data into any common GIS/CADD format for export and download.The server shall be able to be configured to validate inputs to ensure compliance with data standards. If non-standard data are encountered, the server should be able to alert an end user or make simple corrections automatically.Deliverables and SchedulesSoftware is needed by September 30,2010

R--Energy Resources Program Inorganic

Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey | Published August 21, 2008  -  Deadline August 26, 2008

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) intends to make a non-competitive award to Quality Associates International (QAI), LTD in Douglas, Ontario Canada to conduct follow-up audit services and to continue a double-blind sample testing program for the USGS Inorganic Geochemistry Laboratory (IGL) in Denver, CO to begin 09/14/2009. This requirement includes one option year. Quality Associates International, LTD is the only source that can satisfy the government's requirement due to the need for continuity of independent oversight in the area of coal quality and resource assessment. Continued support by QAI is paramount for maintaining the integrity of the functionality and proficiency of the IGL. In accordance with FAR 5.207, all responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency, however, THIS NOTICE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS. The Government intends to award this requirement noncompetitively IAW FAR 13.106-1(b)(1). FAX response to 703.648.7367 or email to: The NAICS code is 213113. The anticipated award date of the contract is 08/29/2008. A vendor must be registered at to be awarded the contract.

Filter Bay Media Support and Replacement of Traveling Bridge Filters

Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service | Published July 9, 2009  -  Deadline July 28, 2009

The US Fish and Wildlife Service contracting and General Services Office in Portland, Oregon has a requirement for service on 2 each Traveling Bridge Filters located at Coleman National Fish Hatchery Complex (NFHC). Coleman NFHC employs a large, complex water treatment system to disinfect all water supplied to fish production raceways. A component of this system is a battery of 4 large dual media filters, 15' W x 240' L, consisting of sand and anthracite coal media supported on a series of porous plastic grates divided into individual cells. The service includes the removal, packaging and dump on-site of existing media, interior filter cleaning as needed, and supply and installation of new media per manufacturers design. Basis for award will be 'Best Value' to the government, with technical experience/past performance more important than price. Solicitation No. 801819Q323 is available electronically through a link to the National Business Center (NBC) Interior Electronic Acquisition System-Electronic Commerce at or . For assistance in downloading information from NBC, please contact their helpdesk at (703) 390-6707. Interested contractors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) and complete Online Representations and Certifications (ORCA) This will be a Total Small Business Set-Aside under NAICS 237110.Please contact Coleman NFHC at (530) 365-8622 in advance to arrange for a site visit.


Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Command | Published August 9, 2010  -  Deadline August 13, 2010

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 North Atlantic Regional Contracting Office, Womack Army Medical Center, Fort Bragg, NC 28310, intends to solicit, negotiate, and award a sole surce contract using other than full and open competition procedures to Buffalo Supply, Incorporated, 1650A Coal Creek Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026. Requirement is for software maintenance of existing equipment previously installed at WAMC. 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 solicitation uses Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP) authorized in FAR Subpart 13.5 and is expected to result in the award of one firm-fixed price contract. The resulting award will be made on SF 1449, for commercial items. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This is solicitation number W91YTZ-10-T-0010 and is a request for quotation (RFQ). Responses submitted via email only NLT 13 August @ 0700 hours to Ms. Donna Blossom @, no telephonic request will be responded to.

Professional Actors for Various Vignettes

Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration | Published February 18, 2010  -  Deadline March 3, 2010

MSHA is seeking vendors that can provide 17 to 19 professional actors to perform in the production of 6 vignettes to be used in the creation of interactive DVD programs. The DVD program will be used as a reference and to supplement miners' rights and responsibilities training for English and Latin-American Spanish speaking employees at surface and underground coal and metal/nonmetal mines. A detailed statement of work is attached that outlines the work to be required as well as types of individuals being sought for each vignette. In addition a narrator will be required for each vignette. Evaluation criteria in order of importance includes: 1) Technical Capability 2) Past Performance and 3) Price. Award will be made based on the best value for the government. Technical capabilities should include experience in video productions. Vendors with knowledge of mining and mining terminology will be given greater consideration. Past performance should include references of similar work done. Entire submission should be no more than 20 pages in length. Font size should be at least 10 pt. Questions are due no later than Wednesday, February 24, 2010 by 12:00pm EST. Answers will be posted to this notice as an amendment on or around February 26. The Service Contract Act applies to this requirement. Quotes should include all costs to include travel. Vendors must be registered in the Central Contractor Register. Please supply DUNS and Tax ID number when submitting quotes. POC is Debbie Worrells at No phone calls will be accepted.


Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey | Published April 7, 2008  -  Deadline April 21, 2008

The U. S. Geological Survey, Geologic Division, has a requirement for groundwater-age tracers work to constrain timing and pathways of methane generation in the Powder River Basin. This information is needed to assess and estimate methane resources in coal beds in the Powder River Basin and in other basins in the Rocky Mountain Region and U.S. in general, which produce from biogenic gas. This investigation on timing and mechanism of methane generation is significant for gas exploration/development and potential stimulation of methanogenesis. Based on information available at this time, and in accordance with 41 U.S.C. 253(c)(1), implemented by FAR 6.302-1, the Government considers the services specified as a sole source from the University of Arizona, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, P. O. Box 210072, Tucson, AZ, and proposes to negotiate a contract with that firm. However, should additional sources be identified, they will be considered. Firms who feel that they can furnish the required services are invited to submit in writing an affirmative response to this announcement. An affirmative response would include literature, brochures and such other materials, which correspond to the required items stated herein. This information will be evaluated and used to determine if competitive opportunities exist. Since no solicitation document exists, requests for such document without accompanying information will be considered non-responsive to this request without further consideration. This notice may represent the Government's only official notice to the procurement.


Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration | Published June 30, 2008  -  Deadline July 17, 2008

MSHA is seeking vendors that can provide the below requirements: To be in compliance 30CFR part 75.3 and the General Coal Mine Inspection Procedures handbook, PH-08-V-1, Inspectors are required gather air samples in under ground mines. To collect these samples the inspectors use glass vacutainer tubes. To prevent these thin glass tubes from breaking while carrying them underground, a protective case is needed. Having these tubes in a case will protect the inspector from injury that can be caused by a broken tube and it will also prevent lost time in getting new samples should the tube accidentally break. Specifications for Carrying case � Case should be made of plastic that is 1/8� thick � Case should be in 2 parts, an inner sleeve in which the vacutainer tube is inserted, and an outer sleeve that fits over the inner sleeve. � Dimensions of Inner sleeve: 3 �� X 2 �� � Dimensions of Outer sleeve: 4 �� X 2 5/16 � � Case shall be of size and dimensions that make it easy and comfortable to carry in shirt pocket. � Quantity Needed: 3,000 -- MULTIPLE SHIPPING LOCATIONS **SEE ATTACHED SHIPPING DISTRIBUTION LIST FOR QUANTITIES AND ADDRESSES** **NO PHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED. POC is Any questions must be received no later than 3:00 p.m. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2008. Response deadline is 3:00 p.m., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2008. ** QUOTES MUST INCLUDE SHIPPING**


Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published May 6, 2008  -  Deadline May 12, 2008

The Naval Medical Logistics Command intends to negotiate on a sole source basis (IAW FAR 13.501 with Medtronic Navigation, 826 Coal Creek Circle, Louisville, CO 80027, as the only responsible source that can provide Zeiss Hud Interface NC4. This acquisition is being conducted under simplified acquisition procedures FAR 13.501 under the authority of the test program for commercial items (section 4202 of the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996). There are not set-aside restrictions for this requirement. The intended procurement will be classified under North America industry Classification System (NAICS) 339112 with a Small Business Size Standard of 500. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals and no solicitation document exists for this requirement. However, parties interested in responding to this notice will need to submit technical data, including cost, sufficient to determine capability in providing the same product. All capability statements received by the closing date of this synopsis will be considered by the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete based on responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received will be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. Capability statements shall be submitted by email only as a MS Word or Adobe PDF attachment to Jan Harding, by 4 PM EST on 12 May 2008. No phone calls accepted.

66--Metals Monitor Capital Equipment purchase

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management (OAM) | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016

PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), Cincinnati Procurement Operations Division (CPOD) and Office of Research and Development (ORD), Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL). The US EPA intends to negotiate with Cooper Environmental Services, LLC on a sole source basis for a semi-continuous metals monitor to support ORD/NRMRL emissions characterization research activities included, but not limited to, diesel and coal-fired combustion emissions characterizations. The requested instrument needs to be fully integrated into the existing combustion facility, complexly capable of fully autonomous functionality, and measure metal emissions at a source level semi-continuously. The semi-continuous metals monitor requested shall be capable of quantitatively measuring a large suite of metals autonomously in less than 15 minute increments and is non-destructive to the sample. The metals monitor instrumentation needed for research investigations must be capable of autonomous operation, and meet or exceed all of the following minimum specifications: 1. Must provide continuous emissions monitoring for metals and use filter tape sampling 2. Must be capable of making undiluted stack sample measurements of metals from flue gas streams 3. Must use non-destructive X-ray fluorescence (XRF) to measure vapor and particle phase metals 4. Semi-continuous operation (samples must be collected and analyzed autonomously and on a user-determined rate) 5. Must have the capability to take a sample as often as every 15 minutes for onboard analysis 6. Must have daily blank and flow calibration that are automatic 7. Internal calibration check must be incorporated for all samples upon analysis 8. Must be capable of identifying and measuring at least 20 metals simultaneously 9. Key metals that must be included in measurement capabilities (with minimum detection limits in µg/dscm): Fe (0.38), Zinc (0.12), As (0.06), Hg (0.09), Mn (0.14), and Pb (0.11) 10. Probe system must provide isokinetic sampling from stack emissions 11. Must include system installation, commissioning and training (minimum 3 days) The government anticipates awarding a single fixed-price purchase order. This procurement will be accomplished under FAR Part 12 Commercial Procedures. Sources wishing to be considered MUST submit a capability statement via FedConnect. Documentation must be submitted within 10 calendar days of the date of publication of this notice. Submit your statement in writing via FedConnect message center at, reference number SOL-CI-17-00013. Telephone requests will not be honored. Questions concerning this synopsis should be submitted in writing via the message center in FedConnect at within 7 calendar days of the date of publication of this notice. Telephone requests for the request will not be honored. A determination by the Government not to compete this acquisition based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.

Conveyer Belt

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published August 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015

Presolicitation Notice: FA8601-15-T-0169 Sources Sought notice published on 19 May 2015. This notice is posted in accordance with FAR 5.2. This RESTRICTED ACQUISITION is set aside - SMALL BUSINESS In order to qualify for this program, an offeror must be a certified SB, prior to the closing date of the solicitation. The NAICS code is 811310 and the Size Standard is $7.5M. In accordance with FAR 4.1102 and DFARS 252.204-7004, Alternate A, System for Award Management (SAM), contractor must be registered in SAM prior to award. Offerors may obtain information on registration at SOLICITATION NUMBER: FA8601-15-T-0169 The scope of this project consists of semi-annual inspection services, reporting those conditions including recommendations and making repairs for all coal conveyor belts associated with the base central heating plant including removals and disposal of all equipment, materials, and work as specified in this contract. All conveyer belting connections shall be vulcanized. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/CONCERNS: The contractor shall respond to emergency repair work on the conveyer system at any time during the contract performance period. Upon receipt of notification, the contractor shall respond within four hours to the work site with a crew of workmen to perform repairs. The welding contractor shall be certified and shall not perform any welding or use any flame apparatus without obtaining clearance from the Fire Inspector. The Air Force intends to award a contract with a period of performance of one year with a one year option period. NOTES: •1. The solicitation with the official specifications and drawings will be available on the World Wide Web on or about 17 Aug 2015, at , The tentative date for receipt of proposals is 4 September 2015. The period of performance is 210 days. •2. Hard copies of the solicitation will not be provided. You may, however, download and print the file from the web site •3. There is no fee for this solicitation. •4. A registration page will be attached to the web site. You are not required to register. However, when you register, you will receive notice of any amendments and/or addenda that may be issued to the solicitation. If you have not registered, it will be your responsibility to check the web site for any changes to the solicitation. •5. Contractors that are Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment are excluded from receiving contracts. Agencies also shall not consent to subcontract with these contractors. 6. "Notice to Offeror(s)/Supplier(s): Funds are not presently available for this effort. No award will be made under this solicitation until funds are available. The Government reserves the right to cancel this solicitation, either before or after the closing date. In the event the Government cancels this solicitation, the Government has no obligation to reimburse an offeror for any costs." If funding is not available by 31 Dec 15 the solicitation will be cancelled. This is a WPAFB Base Support (PZIOB) program. The current status is Pre-Solicitation and it is a Category Z - Maintenance, repair, and alteration of real property program.


Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published September 17, 2014  -  Deadline October 7, 2014

Only one will result from solicitation W911RQ-14-R-0023 Refuse Collection and Removal at the Red River Army Depot (RRAD). The period of performance shall be for a base and two option years, 12 months increments. Refuse is defined as unusable and unstable material including inedible garbage, paper scrap, waste Kraft board boxes, waste wood boxes, waste lumber and all waste material normally generated on the depot and placed in areas designated by the Contract Officer (KO) and Contract Officer Representative (COR) as pick-up points. Explosive and incendiary wastes or contaminated wastes from medical and radiological processes are not included. Refuse remains the property of the Government. The site of work is located at RRAD, approximately 18 miles west of Texarkana, Texas. The main entrance to the depot is located 0.3 miles south of Interstate Highway 30 from Exit 206 to U.S. Highway 82, then east on Hwy 82 for 1.3 miles. The location of the refuse pick-up points will vary during the course of the contract. Likewise the quantity of refuse generated at various pick-up points will also vary. Containers shall be placed at most pick-up points. Containers shall be placed or relocated as directed by the Contracting Officer/Contract Officer Representative (COR). Proposed container locations will be provided by the Environmental Division upon contract award. Most refuse collected at RRAD is delivered to Western Waste Management's existing sanitary landfill, located ten (10) miles West of RRAD main gate, 0.8 mile South of Interstate 30, exit # 199, on Hwy 82 East in New Boston, TX. The work covered under this specification consists of furnishing all equipment, tools, supplies, labor, transportation and supervision for the collection and hauling of refuse from RRAD. The following types of containers for proper refuse collection are: a. CONTAINERS (4 CUBIC YARD) b. CONTAINERS (8 CUBIC YARD) c. DOCK LOAD COMPACTOR UNIT-ROLL OFF CANS d. GROUND LOAD COMPACTOR UNIT-ROLL OFF CANS e. TRANSPORTATION OF ROLL OFF CONTAINERS TO LANDFILL Types of refuse collected at RRAD: 1.2.A Waste Wood: Waste Wood Products shall be delivered from the primary wood shredder site near Building 418 to one of the following locations as directed by the KO/COR: (1) Wood/Coal-Fired Boiler Plant - Bldg. 336 (2) Landfill Disposal Area: It is noted the there are may be periods when all waste wood products will be delivered to the landfill disposal area. All refuse to the landfill shall be delivered to the exact locations and dumped as directed by the Landfill operator. Changes in disposal locations and/or procedures shall be made as directed by the KO/COR. 1.2.B Metal: Scrape Metal Products are NOT a part of this contract. 1.2.C Boiler Ash: The contractor shall haul all ash generated at the central wood/coal/paper fired boiler at Building 336 to the WWM sanitary landfill. The Government will provide the containers required for quote mark boiler ash hauling quote mark . (1) During the heating months of November through March, the contractor shall empty the boiler ash hopper and dump the container at least once a day, five days per week (excluding holidays), Monday through Friday. (2) During the months of April through October, the contractor shall dump the container two (2) to three (3) times per week as directed by the COR. This service shall be paid monthly on a price per load-basis. 1.2.D Friable Asbestos: 1.2.E Roofing, Insulation and Rubber Debris: 1.2.F Construction Debris/ Non-friable asbestos: 1.2.G Plant Trash: 1.2.H Fluidized Bed Lime and Sand: 1.2.I Weathered Timbers/Metal Post: 1.3 Objectives: a)Ensure compliance with RRAD's policy objectives for reducing the volume of solid waste. b)Effectively manage solid waste to protect human health and the environments. c)Complying with applicable federal, state, local, and Army solid waste management regulations. Services Include: 1) Scheduling refuse pickups to meet all minimum requirements specified in the Technical Provisions and to dispose of the refuse as it accumulates. Refuse shall be collected from pick-up points and delivered to the disposal areas in accordance with the applicable provisions of Department of the Army Technical Manual 5-634 (Appendix C), quote mark Refuse Collection and Disposal quote mark , and in compliance with Army Regulation, AR200-1 (Appendix B). 2) Maintain cleanliness of the refuse containers and the area around and under the containers. 3) The Contactor shall clean up any spillage caused by his operations. This includes any spillage along haul routes, both on and off the depot. No extra payment will be made for these items. Clean-up of spills of an environmental nature, shall utilize one of the following two options, with RRAD determining which option: a. The contractor will provide a telephone number for a trained quote mark quick response quote mark company team leader to take care of any environmental spills and related paper work, with RRAD environmental personnel having final approving authority concerning the action. b. RRAD will take care of any environmental spills/clean ups and quote mark back charge quote mark the contractor for all hours, supplies, equipment, paperwork/forms and disposal of any/all materials required for the proper clean up of any environmental quote mark spill quote mark . 4) Where requested, by the KO/COR, the Contractor shall remove and store refuses container tops or lids. 5) RRAD maintains a roll-off truck to switch out RRAD Managed roll-offs at waste collection sites on depot when they are full. There are occasions when this vehicle is inoperable and the contractor, upon the request of the KO/COR, will be asked to supply this service. Acutal solicitation W911RQ-14-R-0023 and quantities will release on or about October 8, 2014. Contract Specialist Leola Liggins,

H--Mining Permit, Practices, and Policy Review

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management | Published July 17, 2009  -  Deadline August 2, 2009

NAICS Code: 213113 The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Office of Acquisition Management, intends to issue a Time & Material purchase order for support in reviewing the policy and practices of surface coal mining for direct impacts to aquatic resources, effects on thephysical, chemical, and biological integrity of downstream waters, and overall environmental impacts. The Request for Quote (RFQ) will be issued under full and open competition and conducted under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 13 - Simplified Acquisitions approximately 15 days after the posting date of this notice. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 213113 - Support Activities of Coal Mining. Any firm interested in receiving the RFQ should send a request to Harold Honegger at To determine whether this procurement can be set aside, such a request should include the firm's socio-economic status as well as a capability statement not to exceed 10 pages. I. Introduction: EPA's National Water Program is reviewing the policy and practices of surface coal mining for direct impacts to aquatic resources, effects on the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of downstream waters, and overall environmental impacts. 108 backlogged permit applications for mining operations are currently working through an Enhanced Coordination Process (ECP) for compliance with applicable statutes and regulations. EPA, the Corps, and other federal and state agencies also continue to review and issue permits for surface coal mining operations as new applications come in. In addition, EPA, the Corps and the Department of Interior (DOI) are reviewing existing practices, policies and regulations used to address surface coal mining operations in Appalachia generally. Additional information about the ECP and EPA, Corps, and DOI's review of existing practices, policies, and regulations can be found at In order to support these project specific and general policy reviews EPA is seeking a technical assessment of the mining practices and policies. The contract will be awarded with base level funding however the government has the unilateral right to exercise optional hours in increments of their choosing, provided the options are exercised no later than 12 months after award. The optional hours will be to provide additional services under any combination of the four tasks laid out in the Statement of Work. II. Task Descriptions - Statement of Work: Technical information and collaboration with EPA Headquarters and Regions 3, 4, and 5 will be a part of the following tasks, however, all travel and work on specific permits, practices or policies must be approved in advance by Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). Deliverables shall conform to EPA standards for double sided copying and shall be presented on electronic media to the extent practicable. The contractor shall track and report expenditures by task to allow accurate accounting of activities. All deliverable products under this contract are the property of the U.S. EPA and may not be released or used for other purposes without the authorization of the COR. TASK #1 - SCOPING AND REVIEW MEETINGS Attend meetings in person or through web conferencing with representatives of EPA at locations including but not limited to EPA offices in Atlanta, Washington DC, and Philadelphia. Meetings may include: -scoping of the tasks and subtasks to be addressed by the contract-review of progress reports -analysis of specific mine permits-presentation of mining analysis tools and review methods-technical analysis of mining policy alternativesAn initial scoping conference call will be convened by the COR within seven (7) calendar days of contract award. TASK #2 - PERMIT REVIEW Evaluate Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 404, 402, and 401 and Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) permits prepared by surface coal mining companies to review proposed excess spoil handling plans, compliance with AOC and AOC+ policies, minimization of impacts, surface water drainage, cumulative hydrologic impacts, storm water run-off, sediment control, potential alternative mining sequence, and potential alternative mine configuration. EPA will identify the permits for review and the type of reviews necessary for each permit. At that time EPA COR and the contractor will agree to a delivery date for each permit review. Summary reports identifying the key factors and detailing the results of the identified analysis will be prepared for each permit reviewed and provided to the EPA COR and others designated by the EPA COR. TASK #3 - MINING PRACTICE AND POLICY ANALYSIS At the direction of EPA COR, the consultant will prepare technical assessment(s) of identified mining policies and practices (current, proposed, or conceptual). At that time EPA COR and the contractor will agree to a delivery date for each draft technical assessment. Technical assessments will build from experience from Task #2 permit reviews combined with past knowledge of mining policy and practices. These technical assessments may take the form of: -a policy or practice technical analysis for agency consideration in decision making-technical recommendations for regulatory personnel to follow when reviewing permits for proper application and implementation of specific mining practices and / or policies-a reference document highlighting best practices All assessments will be provided to the EPA COR and other offices as directed. All assessments will first be provided in draft form to the EPA COR for review and comment before finalizing. TASK #4 - MONTHLY UPDATE REPORTS The consultant will prepare and submit monthly invoices identifying expenditures for each task and subtask - for each permit, practice, policy or meeting during that month. The invoice will also be accompanied by a summary status report that identifies the permits reviewed and key factors assessed, mining policy or practice assessments worked on, and review meetings attended. The summary status report will also identify impediments encountered and corrective actions taken for all tasks / subtasks. At the completion of the project, the Contractor shall provide all project files in CD ROM or other electronic storage format to the COR in order to facilitate public accessibility to these records. III. Period of Performance: The period of performance for this contract shall be from award through September 30, 2010. IV. Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan: All task(s) identified in the Statement of Work above are subject to review and approval by the EPA based on the project specific quality assurance surveillance plan requirements identified below. Performance Requirements Performance Standards Surveillance Methods Performance Standards are applicable to all requirements and will be utilized to determine eligibility for Additional Hours.Programmatic Requirement: The contractor shall develop products that are based on best available information and resources. Programmatic Standard: Outputs are based on best available information and resources; Documentation of sources used, not used, and limitations of available data and methods; Description of methodological choices made both conceptually and in data selection. Assumptions utilized in environmental planning and applying engineering principles are clearly documented. EPA will review all products for conformance with the requirements of the SDWA Amendments, Clean Water Act and other related mandates, including Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act 1996 (SBREFA) and Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (UMRA).Cost Control RequirementThe Contractor shall perform all work in an efficient and cost effective manner, applying cost control measures where practical. Cost Control Standard: Implementation of cost control system to monitor and track project status, that indicate level of budget utilized and forecast remaining budget needs to complete project. The contractor shall notify project COR immediately in cases where issues impact project cost are identified. The EPA Project Officer will routinely discuss the work progress and contract level and work assignment expenditures before invoice payments are authorized.Schedule RequirementThe Contractor shall provide services and submit deliverables in accordance with agreed upon task milestones and schedules. Schedule Standard: Services and deliverables shall be in accordance with schedules agreed upon for each task item. Unless amended or modified by an approved EPA action, a deliverable that is received 7-days past the due date, will be considered unsatisfactory performance. EPA will closely monitor task milestone and deliverable schedules and review the Contract Monthly Progress Reports and any special reporting requirements to compare actual delivery dates to those agreed uponDocument Development Requirement: The Contractor shall provide documents that are technically and factually accurate, and suited to the intended audience. Document Development Standard: Information to be disseminated by EPA will meet the requirements of OMB's "Guidelines for Ensuring and Maximizing the Quality, Objectivity, Utility, and Integrity for Information Disseminated by Federal Agencies (67 FR 8451) EPA will review drafts to assess technical accuracy and editorial quality. EPA will identify all inaccuracies and needed edits and corrections to the Contractor in the initial review of draft documents All inquiries should be directed to the point of contact for this purchase order, Harold Honegger, at
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