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Training Environment

Office of Personnel Management, Facilities, Security and Contracting | Published March 16, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
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Development and Delivery of the National Highway Institute's Transportation Planning and Environment Training

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published January 8, 2015
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This synopsis is issued pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 5.203 which prescribes a mandatory requirement for a 15 day pre-solicitation notification. The purpose of this synopsis is to announce the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) intent to issue a solicitation for a Full and Open Competition. The solicitation will be in support of the FHWA Office of Technical Services' (OTS) National Highway Institute (NHI) for the development, update, and delivery of training courses in the subject areas of Transportation Planning and Environment. The National Highway Institute is the training and education arm of the Federal Highway Administration; and as such, plays a vital role in the FHWA's overall effort to provide training in new and evolving highway related technologies. The NHI website (www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov/) provides a listing of current training courses in the Transportation Planning and Environment program areas, as well as information on resources, training philosophy, instructor standards, and the NHI Style Guide. Transportation Planning: The public is the primary beneficiary of the nation's intermodal transportation system built to serve public mobility and productivity. Transportation decisions need to be made in an environmentally sensitive way, using a comprehensive planning process that involves the public and considers land use, development, safety, and security. Transportation planners undertake a comprehensive analysis and evaluation of the potential impact of transportation plans and programs while addressing the aspirations and concerns of the society served by these plans and programs. Planners examine past, present, and prospective trends and issues associated with the demand for the movement of people, goods, and information at local, rural, tribal, metropolitan, statewide, national, and international levels. Topics in Transportation Planning include, but are not limited to: Canada/U.S. Border Transportation Planning Census Issues Congestion Management Process Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program Economic analysis Economic Development Freight Planning GIS and spatial analysis Land Use and Transportation Livability Initiative Metropolitan Planning Mexico/U.S. Border Transportation Planning National Highway System Operations and Planning Performance Based Planning Planning Processes Public Involvement Rural and Small Community Planning Safety Planning Scenario Planning and Visualization in Transportation Smart Growth and Communities Statewide Planning Tools for Planning Transportation and freight forecasting Travel Model Improvement Program Travel surveys Tribal Planning More information on Transportation Planning is available by visiting: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/hep/index.htm Transportation Environment: Before any project can move forward to construction, the FHWA must address and comply with environmental laws and regulations. These laws cover social, economic, and environmental concerns ranging from community cohesion to threatened and endangered species. To get complete this detailed process, FHWA and FTA use the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process to evaluate impacts associated with each individual project. Topics in Transportation Environment include, but are not limited to: Air Quality Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Climate Change Environmental Justice Environmental Review Toolkit Exemplary Human Environment Initiatives GIS and spatial analysis Highway Traffic Noise Human Environment Natural Environment Public Involvement Re: NEPA Forum Recreational Trails Program Smart Growth Transportation Enhancements More information on Transportation Environment is available by visiting: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/hep/index.htm The solicitation and all related documents will be released electronically via the Government Point of Entry (GPE) otherwise known as Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) or www.fbo.gov. As such, no written, telephonic or other type of request for an advance copy of the solicitation will be entertained at this time. Potential offerors are encouraged to register on www.fbo.gov to receive any further information in reference to the subject action inclusive of any announcements, and/or amendments to the solicitation after its release. As a result of this solicitation, the FHWA intends to award multiple ID/IQ Contracts under which firm-fixed price Task Orders will be issued. The anticipated period of performance shall not exceed 60 months. The NAICS Code for this effort is 611430 with a size standard of $11 Million. This synopsis is not a request for competitive proposals. A Request for Proposals (RFP) is anticipated to be published in February 2015. Once the RFP is posted, all interested, responsible sources may submit a proposal which will be considered by the FHWA. Any questions regarding this synopsis should be directed to Tabitha Lorthridge, Contract Specialist, via email at Tabitha.Lorthridge@dot.gov with a courtesy copy to Matthew Phelps at Matthew.Phelps@dot.gov.

MULTI-LABORATORY INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT (MICE)

Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Chief Procurement Officer | Published September 17, 2015
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Task order HSHQDC-15-J-00245 was awarded to Texas A&M University against its existing DHS Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) HSHQDC-10-A-BOA33 on 16 September 2015 with an effective period of performance of September 16, 2015. In accordance with FAR 6.305(a), the purpose of this notice is to make the class justification doucment associated with the DHS BOA publicly available within 14 days after contract award. A copy of the Class J/A No FY15-0115 and Attachment A_24 Month Extension is attached.

Seeking on-line news source on climate, environment, and energy.

Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency | Published July 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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Feed the Future (FTF) Enabling Environment for Food Security (EEFS)

Agency for International Development, Washington D.C. | Published September 25, 2015
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Blanket Purchase Agreement awarded with the option of T&M and Firm Fixed Price Call Orders was fully competed in accordance with FAR 13.303-2(c)(2).

Job Corps Quality Assurance Process Assessment

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published February 27, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. The Solicitation is included as an attachment to this notice. Overview: The objective of this contract is to conduct an assessment of the Job Corps Program's practices, program integrity and the student environment. This should examine the student environment for a culture of safety and a supportive and structured learning environment where students can learn and thrive. The contractor shall provide all personnel, services, equipment, and materials to conduct this assessment. The government will provide applicable records, policies, documentation, and space as required, and facilitate access to Job Corps Center Operators, Outreach and Admissions/Career Transition Services, and the Job Corps National Training Contractors. The contractor will assess Jobs Corps quality assurance processes with a particular emphasis on the adequacy of existing personnel and management structures to facilitate quality and efficient quality assurance practices with the Job Corps Contractors and the USDA. In accomplishing this effort the contractor will perform the following list of actions: Meet with the QA team to review findings of recent QA assessment process. Meet with Office Job Corps and OCM staff to review oversight practices and processes. Assess Job Corps current guidelines and program methodology and make recommendations for improvements to the quality of the overall center environment. Examine student environment for culture of safety and provide recommendations for a more focused approach that aligns with ETA's efforts to promote a safe and productive student environment. Review, assess and provide QA recommendations to strengthen program integrity in the areas of on-center financial oversight, safety and security, and on-center data integrity. Review oversight assessment tools for oversight and risk management based on the recommendations provided. Provide a final report Response Instructions: One (1) electronic copy of the proposal shall be emailed to the following E-Mail address: ETA.lockbox@dol.gov. In the subject line of this email please use "RFP DOL-ETA-15-R-00046". All submissions must be received NO LATER THAN Friday, 03/27/2015, by 2:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time (EST). The electronic copy of your Technical Proposal must be word-searchable. In the case of your Business/Price Proposal, your electronic copy of your Price Proposal Section B.2 (Price Schedule) must be in Microsoft Excel. The total size of an offeors electronic response, including all the files required for this response, shall not exceed Twelve (12) Megabytes. Requests for Clarifications (RFC) are to be submitted electronically via E-Mail to ETA.lockbox@dol.gov by Friday, 03/06/2015/, 2:00PM, EST. Only electronic submissions of requests will be accepted. Should any RFC be received after the date stated above, the Government reserves the right not to provide an answer. If, however, the Government determines that a late RFC raises an issue of significant importance, the government will respond. All Government responses will be posted on FedBizOpps. This Contract will be a Time and Materials Contract for one year. All responsible sources may submit a proposal which shall be considered by the agency.

S--Regional Pest Control Services Naval District Washington, Washington, DC. This is a performance based pest control service contract.

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published June 30, 2015
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The outcomes to be achieved for this pest control services requirement are to control/manage arthropod, invertebrate, and vertebrate pests to include, but not limited to, structural pests, disease vectors, stored food pests, household nuisance pests, and vegetation pests to ensure a safe living, working, recreational, and training environment in support of the military mission at Federal Installations located within a 100-mile radius of the National Capitol Region (centered in Washington, DC). This is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside procurement. See attached Synopsis for full details.

Computer Operators for GPO's Mainframe

Government Printing Office, Acquisition Services | Published February 12, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
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Solicitation No. GPO-36970 "Computer Operators for GPO's Mainframe (Data Center).    The contractor shall provide support to GPO's Mainframe operating system environment to include monitoring, troubleshooting, job submission, job tracking, mainframe printing to include report distribution and minor printer maintenance such as loading paper and toner.Proposals are due on or before 2 PM on February 26, 2016Send Proposal to: US Government Publishing Office - Bookstore1st Floor, 710 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC  20401Attn: Acquisiton Services - glrobertson  - GPO-36970

Director, Transport and Vertical Structures (TVS)

Millennium Challenge Corporation, MCC | Published July 22, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
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Director, Transport and Vertical Structures (TVS) Full-Time, Personal Services Contractor (PSC) This position will serve as a full time Personal Services Contractor (PSC) within the Department of Compact Operations (DCO), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). DCO, through its Division of Infrastructure, Environment, and Private Sector is responsible for the development and oversight of MCC's infrastructure investments (which account for two-thirds of the agency's portfolio), private sector development programs and partnerships, and the environmental and social performance of all MCC projects. The pay range for this position is $55.10 - $77.22 per hour, inclusive of Washington, DC locality pay. Please see attached documentation for additional information and instructions on how to apply.

Director, Vertical Structures (VS)

Millennium Challenge Corporation, MCC | Published July 30, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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Director, Vertical Structures (VS) Full-Time, Personal Services Contractor (PSC) This position will serve as a full time Personal Services Contractor (PSC) within the Department of Compact Operations (DCO), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). DCO, through its Division of Infrastructure, Environment, and Private Sector is responsible for the development and oversight of MCC's infrastructure investments (which account for two-thirds of the agency's portfolio), private sector development programs and partnerships, and the environmental and social performance of all MCC projects. The pay range for this position is $55.10 - $77.22 per hour, inclusive of Washington, DC locality pay. Please see attached documentation for additional information and instructions on how to apply.

Director, Vertical Structures (VS)

Millennium Challenge Corporation, MCC | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 7, 2015
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Director, Vertical Structures (VS) Full-Time, Personal Services Contractor (PSC) This position will serve as a full time Personal Services Contractor (PSC) within the Department of Compact Operations (DCO), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). DCO, through its Division of Infrastructure, Environment, and Private Sector is responsible for the development and oversight of MCC's infrastructure investments (which account for two-thirds of the agency's portfolio), private sector development programs and partnerships, and the environmental and social performance of all MCC projects. The pay range for this position is $55.10 - $77.22 per hour, inclusive of Washington, DC locality pay. Please see attached documentation for additional information and instructions on how to apply.

Director, Transport and Vertical Structures (TVS)

Millennium Challenge Corporation, MCC | Published June 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 7, 2015
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Director, Transport and Vertical Structures (TVS) Full-Time, Personal Services Contractor (PSC) This position will serve as a full time Personal Services Contractor (PSC) within the Department of Compact Operations (DCO), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). DCO, through its Division of Infrastructure, Environment, and Private Sector is responsible for the development and oversight of MCC's infrastructure investments (which account for two-thirds of the agency's portfolio), private sector development programs and partnerships, and the environmental and social performance of all MCC projects. The pay range for this position is $55.10 - $77.22 per hour, inclusive of Washington, DC locality pay. Please see attached documentation for additional information and instructions on how to apply.

El Salvador Competitive Project

Agency for International Development, Overseas Missions | Published April 19, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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This Statement of Work (SOW) is designed to procure a new five-year "EL SALVADOR COMPETITIVE" Project, hereinafter "the Project," with the intent of increasing El Salvador's key economic sectors competitiveness by strengthening capacity of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to compete in domestic and export markets, and improving the national and subnational business environment to encourage private sector investment, innovation, and business expansion to foster economic growth and job creation. The Development Hypothesis is: if firms improve their business management skills through innovation and implementation of new technologies, the government improves the regulatory framework and streamlines doing business procedures, and the public and private sectors work together to achieve mutual economic growth objectives, El Salvador's key economic sectors will be more competitive. This Project builds upon lessons learned from prior development investments and complements current USAID/El Salvador activities to enable Salvadoran businesses to become more competitive in global markets while ensuring participation of men and women, including those with disabilities and those from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) community. The Project will partner with national and subnational governments, the private sector, civil society organizations, universities, and technical/vocational institutions. Competitiveness is the ability of a firm or a nation to offer products and services that meet the quality standards of the domestic and world markets at prices that are competitive and provide adequate returns on the resources employed or consumed in producing them. The World Economic Forum, in its Global Competitiveness Report, defines competitiveness as the set of institutions, policies, and factors that determine the level of productivity of an economy. National competitiveness is said to be particularly important for small, open economies, which rely on trade, and typically foreign direct investment, to provide the scale necessary for productivity increases to drive increases in living standards. This Project is part of the Improving Business Enabling Environment Project No. 519-0469 and the Increasing Business Productivity Project No. 519-0470, which help achieve USAID/El Salvador's FY 2013-FY 2017 Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) Development Objective 2 (DO2): Economic Growth Opportunities in Tradables Expanded (See Section J for Website link), and respond directly to Intermediate Results (IR) 2.1 Business Enabling Environment Improved and 2.2 Productivity of Targeted Business Improved. The Project will advance the U.S. Strategy for Engagement in Central America (CEN Strategy), and also contributes to the goals of the Plan of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle. Additional information regarding these strategic documents is further discussed in the  Background Annex to the RFP El Salvador Competitive. To these ends, the Project will advance two inter-related objectives: 1) Equipping for Growth, will increase the capacity of the private sector to compete in the export value- and supply-chains. Equipping for Growth will improve business development service providers to support MSMEs increase through innovation and implementation of new technologies, their value added in export-oriented value- and supply-chains. The impact of this objective will be measured by the annual change in El Salvador's non-traditional products exports. 2) Governing for Growth, will strengthen the national and subnational business enabling environment to make El Salvador more competitive. Governing for Growth, will improve capacity of financial institutions to serve efficiently the large market segment of MSMEs, and improve the business enabling environments at the national and subnational levels. The impact of this objective will be measured by the country's improvements in the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report.  

Southern Africa Energy Program

Agency for International Development, Overseas Missions | Published June 6, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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Southern Africa Energy Program RFP - SOL-674-16-000021The objective of USAID's Southern Africa Energy Program (SAEP) is to increase electricity availability and access in Southern Africa. This is to be done by facilitating transactions and strengthening the enabling environment for public and private sector investment in the power sector. SAEP will address five (5) key constraints to such investment: i) ineffective regulation, planning and procurement for energy; ii) low commercial viability of utilities; iii) limited regional harmonization and cross border electricity trade; iv) lack of demonstrated and scaled clean and renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and practices, and v) weak institutional and human resource capacity for energy sector management. 

Web Collaboration

Department of State, Office of Acquisitions | Published September 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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The Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) at the Department of State is leading the agency’s efforts in digital technology and innovation. IIP’s offices are charged with engaging foreign audiences through digital public diplomacy content. This includes everything from online communications and content to overseas programming. To further this mission, the bureau is moving to a collaborative model for its workforce in order to maximize efficiency. To ensure these employees have the necessary tools to effectively collaborate in this environment we must expand the resources at their disposal. This model will serve as an example for the Department and will eventually be expanded to include the greater Public Diplomacy workforce at State and others whose work requires high levels of collaboration.

Competitiveness Enhancement through Workforce Development and Innovation (CE-WIN) Program in Moldova

Agency for International Development, Overseas Missions | Published March 6, 2015  -  Deadline April 20, 2015
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The Competitiveness Enhancement through Workforce Development and Innovation (CE-WIN) Activity will build upon the success and momentum of USAID's previous work and support the Government of Moldova's strategy of export- and investment - driven growth by focusing on: • Increased productivity and quality; • Expanded market linkages; and • Improved sector-enabling environment. This new five (5) year activity will build on past achievements and add new emphases on workforce development, innovation, and industry- and country-level interventions. In addition, there will be a Sector Engagement, Enhancement, and Development (SEED) Fund to allow CE-WIN to invest in targeted activities to enhance local capacity. Please see details in Section C - Statement of Work on this RFP No. SOL-117-15-000003.

CONSULTANT TO SUPPORT NEW PROCUREMENTS IN TANZANIA

Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 21, 2015
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Feed the Future (FTF), the United States' global hunger and food security initiative, renews the U.S. Government's commitment to invest in sustainably reducing hunger and poverty. The initiative works with host government, civil society and private sector partners to address the needs of smallholder farmers and agribusinesses, emphasizing the empowerment of women; strengthen the enabling environment for strong agricultural markets; promote research and innovation for agricultural development; and increase our investments in nutrition, while maintaining our support for humanitarian food assistance. Tanzania has been designated a priority country for the FTF Initiative. Housed within the Economic Growth (EG) Office, FTF Tanzania's goal is to reduce poverty and increase agricultural sector growth in the target regions, represented by the Zone of Influence (ZOI). A Multi-Year Strategy (MYS), 2010- 2015, for the FTF Initiative in Tanzania stipulates a number of development interventions. This five-year plan aims to increase food security in households by increasing productivity, trade, and household income while reducing malnutrition. FTF Tanzania is in the process of designing a new follow-on agriculture policy activity, a land tenure activity and a new private sector enabling environment activity. As such, the EG Office is seeking a seasoned consultant to provide key assistance in the design of these activities and the completion of requisite USAID pre-award documentation. This Scope of Work (SOW) involves working closely with the design teams for the three new activities to contribute to the development of SOWs or program descriptions for the activities, and completing the requisite documentation for the solicitation of the new awards.

S--Regional Pest Control Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published December 29, 2015
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The outcomes to be achieved are to control/manage arthropod, invertebrate, and vertebrate pests to include, but not limited to, structural pests, disease vectors, stored food pests, household nuisance pests, and vegetation pests to ensure a safe living, working, recreational, and training environment in support of the military mission at Federal Installations located within a 100-mile radius of the National Capitol Region (centered in Washington, DC). Except where otherwise stated, the Contractor shall provide all labor, management, supervision, tools, materials, supplies, equipment, and transportation required to perform pest control services utilizing Integrated Pest Management Plan (IPMP) as described in the Performance Work Statement (PWS) throughout Naval District Washington in Washington, DC and its outlying support sites by means of a indefinite-quantity contract that is comprised of both Recurring Work (formerly referred to as Firm Fixed Price) line items and Non-Recurring Work (formerly referred to as Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity) line items.

INL Training Academy

Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs | Published June 30, 2015  -  Deadline July 14, 2015
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The Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL’s) primary objective is to develop USG policies and programs to assist societies to develop and operate a transparent and effective criminal justice system which includes a civilian police service, an independent judiciary, and a professional corrections service. INL seeks to help build sustainable democratic institutions, and create a stable environment for good governance. In support of this key objective, INL implements a number of programs worldwide to help develop law enforcement and criminal justice systems, a key element of which is that INL deploys police, justice and corrections advisors to multi-lateral (i.e., UN and EU) and bilateral (USG led, international partners) criminal justice reform missions around the world.

Effective Writing Course

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published March 26, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
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The Department of the Treasury, Departmental Offices (DO), Office of International Affairs (IA) requires expert level effective writing training courses. The purpose of the effective writing training courses is are to review and reinforce advanced level effective writing skills in an IA context with an emphasis on writing to the appropriate audience, clarity, grammar, and punctuation. The courses shall be targeted to International Economists, Financial Analysts, and Managers (Economists) who have approximately two (2) to twenty (20) years of experience creating a variety of written products on international economic policy issues for senior government and private sector officials. The contractor must have experience delivering a similar, customized, advanced level training for mid-level to senior level staff in a financial or economic policy environment. At the conclusion of this course, the participants will be capable of writing expert level technical policy documents that are clear, concise, and targeted towards the appropriate audience.