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H--Medical Gas System Testing and Inspection Lebanon VA Medical Center: Service

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
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Combined Synopsis/Solicitation This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6 and supplemented with additional information. The solicitation number is VA244-16-R-0631 and it is issued as a Request for Proposals. Proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. It will result in the award of a firm fixed price, all-inclusive, contract for Medical Gas Verification Testing of Medical Gas System Equipment located at the Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC), 1700 South Lincoln Avenue Lebanon, PA 17042. Amendments to this RFP will be published the same as the initial synopsis/solicitation. This solicitation is 100% set-aside for Small Businesses and only qualified offerors may submit bids. This solicitation is subject to the Service Contract Act. Note: Wage rates are attached as ATTACHMENT B. The NAICS codes applicable to this requirement are 238990, 541990, 541350 and 541380; Small Business size standards $15 million. Offerors are to include a completed copy of FAR provision 52.212-3 "Offeror Representations and Certifications--Commercial Items" with their response or provide this information via the System for Award Management (SAM) website, https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. The successful offeror must provide their company DUNS number which is registered and active in the System for Award Management (SAM). The Lebanon VAMC has a requirement for the service listed. Please refer to the Statement of Work which is provided as ATTACHMENT A for the specific requirements of performing these services. The anticipated period of performance for the contract is a base twelve month period, plus four (4) twelve month option periods. All work will be performed at the Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC) facility located at 1700 South Lincoln Avenue Lebanon, PA 17042. There will be one site survey for interested parties to view the proposed work area. Interested parties that would participate in the site survey shall meet @ Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC), 1700 South Lincoln Avenue Lebanon, PA 17042 in Building 99 Room 43 on Thursday March 3rd, 2016 at 10:00 AM Eastern. Basis for Award: The Government will make award to the responsible/responsive offeror whose offer will be most advantageous to the Government based on lowest price/technically acceptable factors. In order to be found technically acceptable, the offer must address the following: Technical Approach, Expertise and Experience - The Contractor must provide a comprehensive technical approach for providing medical gas verification testing as specified in the Statement of Work. The Contractor must also demonstrate an understanding of the work to be accomplished and address their expertise and experience in performing medical gas verification testing on similar medical gas system equipment as identified in the Statement of Work. Past Performance - The Contractor must provide the name, telephone number and email address of a current point of contact for three references that are able to substantiate the offeror's capabilities to perform medical gas verification testing in accordance with the Statement of Work. Questions - All communications regarding questions, etc., shall be submitted in MS Word format by email to Cheryl Honick cheryl.honick@va.gov. Additionally, the subject line of your email shall contain the RFP number VA244-16-R-0631. Phone calls will not be accepted. Questions may be submitted up to 9:00 AM Eastern on Thursday March 10th, 2016. Proposal Submission Instructions - The Contractor shall submit an electronic proposal via email to Cheryl.honick@va.gov no later than 1:00 PM Eastern on Friday March 11th, 2016. The subject line shall clearly reference VA244-16-R-0631. Hand delivered or faxed proposals will not be accepted. A written notice of award or acceptance of proposal, emailed or otherwise furnished to the successful offeror shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party. Please read the entire solicitation. Offerors are responsible for all terms, clauses, and conditions contained therein. The following provisions/clauses apply to this solicitation: FAR 52.212-1 Instructions To Offerors; 52.212-3 Offeror Reps and Certs- Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions- Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders- Commercial Items; 52.204-9 Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel; 52.228-5 Insurance- Work on a Government Installation; 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference; 52.212-2 Evaluation- Commercial Items; 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Aside; 852.237-70 Contractor Responsibilities; 852.273.76 Electronic Invoice Submission; 804.1102 Verification of Status of Apparently Successful Offeror; 52.232-38 Submission of Electronic Funds Transfer information with Offer; 52.219-28 Post Award Small Business Program Representation; 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35 Equal Opportunity for Veterans; 52.222-36 Equal Opportunity for Workers with Disabilities; 52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons; 52.223-18 Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging while Driving; 52.217-8 Option to Extend Services; 52.217-9 Option to Extend the Term of the Contract; VAAR 852.203-70 Commercial Advertising; 52.233-3 Protest After Award

Y--ICU/Medical/Surgical 595-335

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 16, 2016
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Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, materials and tools necessary to complete the Scope of Work (SOW) as defined below. 1. The scope of work shall generally consist of, but not limited to the following; providing all labor, materials, tools, equipment, permits, testing, and reports required to construct a new 3rd floor of Building 104 for a 12 Bed ICU and Medical Unit of the Lebanon VA Medical Center, 1700 South Lincoln Ave., Lebanon, PA as defined by the drawings and specifications. The intent of this project is to construct a new space for the hospital to add a 3rd floor to Building 104 for the ICU, with elevators that connect to both the public and directly to the surgery area. To build the 3rd floor, the 2nd floor interstitial space will need to be completed, and an elevator lobby will need constructed on the 1st floor. The project will include minor de-construction, minor demolition, floors, lights, ceilings, alarm systems, fire suppression, plumbing, cameras, electrical/information technology cabling, system controls, doors, signage, stairs, heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC), pipes, elevators , concrete, and associated structural components as shown on drawings and specifications. 2. The exterior work includes construction of a multistory addition to the mechanical interstitial space, elevator lobby, and the ICU/Medical/Surgical Bed Unit. The addition is approximately 13,000 square feet for the ICU/Medical/Surgical area, approximately 12,000 square feet of interstitial space, and is approximately 25 feet tall masonry and steel structure which will be built on top of an existing 14 feet tall structure. The construction of the addition will require new utilities, erosion control, traffic control, site security, masonry work, placement of structural steel, concrete, asphalt and associated structural, horizontal, vertical work among other trades as shown on drawings and specifications. Construction involving the setting of steel, decking, and any other activity that will involve potential to fall onto the current areas of Building 104, will occur outside of normal business hours/days. Building 104 is an occupied building, Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm. 3. Interior work consist of mainly construction of floors, walls, ceilings, lights, alarm systems, fire suppression, plumbing, cameras/security system, information technology cabling, electrical, system controls, doors, signage, stairs, pipes, welding, concrete, installation of HVAC, elevators, medical gases, and other associated work as shown on drawings and specifications. 4. The contractor shall contract for and provide third party commissioning service as part of government acceptance and testing of the ICU/MEDICAL/SURGICAL Unit. 5. This project shall be priced as requested in the solicitation to complete all interior, exterior work, installation of equipment, rental of temporary elevators and commissioning as identified in the drawings and specifications. All work shall be completed within 600 calendar days from receipt of Notice to Proceed. The project magnitude will be between $5,000,000.00 and $10,000,000.00. The full solicitation will be posted on or before February 16, 2016 that will include the entire Scope of Work, drawings and specifications. Contractors should not submit any questions until the solicitation is posted.

Fire Protection, Emergency Management & Emergency Medical Services

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command | Published September 3, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE: This is NOT a request for proposal, A FINAL SOLICITATION DOCUMENT DOES NOT EXIST AT THIS TIME. The 45th Contracting Squadron, Patrick AFB, FL announces the anticipated release of the solicitation FA2521-15-R-0028 Fire Protection, Emergency Management & Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) III. DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this follow-on acquisition is to provide fire protection, emergency management and emergency medical services for Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) on a 24-hour per day, 7-day (24/7) per week basis. The mission of the 45th Space Wing requires that the contractor provide continuous fire protection, emergency management and emergency medical services. The contractor shall have the provisions to ensure continuous services are provided in the event of a work stoppage or labor strike that may potentially degrade these functions. The contractor shall perform all firefighting duties and tasks in accordance with but not limited to the following: Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 6055.06, Air Force Instruction (AFI) 32-2001, Air Force (AF) Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for Fire Prevention and Consequence Management, and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards. The contractor shall comply with the Fire Emergency Services Self-Assessment Program (FESAP). Final Solicitation and all attachments will be available no earlier than 15 days from this release. The award will be made under full and open competition. The applicable NAICS code and size standard for this acquisition is 561990/$11M. Contract award will be based on a Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA). The Request For Proposal will be available by Electronic Transmission only at: http://www.fbo.gov. Potential offerors must be currently registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) to be eligible for award. (See Internet Site: http://www.sam.gov). Payment for this acquisition will be made through the Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) System. Contractors must be registered in WAWF, see internet site: https://wawf.eb.mil for registration. Potential contractors must also be currently registered with ORCA. (See Internet Site: http://orca.bpn.gov/). NOTICE TO OFFERORS: FUNDS ARE NOT PRESENTLY AVAILABLE FOR THIS PROJECT. NO AWARD WILL BE MADE UNTIL FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE TO MAKE PAYMENTS UNDER A CONTRACT. THE GOVERNMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL THE SOLICITATION, EITHER BEFORE OR AFTER RFP CLOSING, WITH NO OBLIGATION TO THE GOVERNMENT.

V--Courier Services Lebanon VA Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published June 14, 2016  -  Deadline June 27, 2016
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office (NCO) 4, on behalf of the Lebanon, PA VA Medical Center, anticipates the award of a Fixed Price Service contract for courier services. These services are being acquired in accordance with FAR Part 12 - Acquisition of Commercial Items. Please see the attached solicitation VA244-16-Q-1177 for additional information regarding this requirement. This solicitation is a 100% set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) participation only. It is mandatory that SDVOSB offerors be certified on the WEB site https://www. Vip.VetBiz.gov. Responses received from non-certified offerors will not be considered for award. The government anticipates awarding a contract for a base period of eight (8) months with up to four (4) optional year periods. Award will be by Best Value trade-off, considering price, technical capabilities and past performance. Please see the attached solicitation for a Statement of Work (SOW), terms and conditions. Offers shall be submitted in accordance with the solicitation. The applicable North American Industry Classification System Code (NAICS) for this procurement is 492110 - Couriers and Express Delivery Services, which has a size standard of 1,500 employees. Information and solicitation documents for this solicitation will be posted on the WEB site FedBizOpps at http://www.fedbizopps.gov. Potential offerors are responsible for monitoring this site for posting of the solicitation package, addenda to the solicitation and any other pertinent information. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Cynthia Grygier, Contract Specialist at cynthia.grygier@va.gov.

N--Emergency Alert System for YMCA - Lebanon VA Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 4, 2016
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Description of Service: YMCA Emergency Alert System: The contractor shall provide all resources necessary to accomplish the deliverables described in this statement of work (SOW), except as may otherwise be specified. The contractor shall install an emergency alert system in the YMCA located in Building 24 at the Lebanon VA Medical Center (LVAMC). Contractor shall provide all equipment, cabling, installation and testing of the system. There will be three site visit opportunities on the following dates: Wednesday, February 24th: 1pm-2pm Thursday, February 25th: 1pm-2pm Monday, February 29th: 1pm-2pm Participants will meet at the YMCA. POC for these site visits is Mr. Benjamin Chang, Benjamin.Chang@va.gov. Vendors shall include a Technical Proposal (not longer than 5 pages) and Work Plan (not longer than 5 pages) with their Quotes. The Technical Proposal shall include the equipment listing required to address the requirements of the Statement of Work. The Work Plan will provide the actions that the Vendor shall take to implement the Technical proposal. The Proposal and Work Plan shall address associated costs and sub-milestone dates for accomplishing the tasks specified in the Statement of Work. Requests for additional information and questions regarding this Combined Synopsis/Solicitation are due NLT Monday, February 29, 2016. The Government reserves the right not to address additional queries following that date. Quotes are due no later than Friday, March 04, 2016 at 12:00 PM ET. POC for this action is Mark Murray, email: mark.murray4@va.gov.

65--Request for Quotation for Blood Products for the Lebanon VA Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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This is a competitive combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6. This announcement will include a Standard Form, SF1449 Solicitation Document. The Solicitation Number for this Acquisition is VA244-16-Q-1808, and is being issued with this announcement as a Request for Quote (RFQ). The Solicitation is being conducted under the procedures of FAR Part 12 and FAR Part 13. The NAICS Code for this Acquisition is 621991. The Small Business Size Standard is $32.5 Million. The Government intends to award a new Base and One Option Year Firm Fixed-Price Requirements contract for Blood Products, for the Lebanon VA Medical Center. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, written proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the Agency. Closing Response Date is 09/15/2016 at 4:00PM Eastern Time. The Agency Point of Contact is Ronald Mazzei, at ronald.mazzei@va.gov. All respondents must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) prior to award of the Contract. All respondents must fill in the Cost-Price Schedule, in the SF1449 Form Solicitation, with their quoted prices for all Line Items, and insert their total amount for all Line Items at the end of the Cost/Price Schedule where provided. Offerors shall include a completed copy of the provision at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representation and Certifications - Commercial Items, with its offer, or indicate in the body of the transmittal email that they are registered in SAM, and what their Cage Code in SAM is. FAR Clause 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items, and FAR Clause 52.212-5 - Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues and Executive Orders - Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. Any Contractor Terms and Conditions of Sale must be accepted by the Contracting Officer, and can be made part of the Contract, but if they are, they will only apply to the extent they do not conflict with the Terms and Conditions of the Contract, or any Federal Laws, Rules, and Regulations.

65--BioRad D-100 Tucson Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Phoenix VAMC | Published August 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 22, 2016
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Combined Synopsis/ Solicitation to obtain pricing on the Bio-Rad D100 in accordance with the attached solicitation, statement of work and price schedule. This procurement is unrestricted. If you have any questions or concerns in reference to the solicitation please EMAIL INFORMATION OR REQUEST TO : Steven.Turner3@VA.GOV Please submit your bids to : Steven.Turner3@VA.GOV by bid due date and time indicated in the solicitation.

Postmortem Human Brain Collection � Northern Virginia District

Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health | Published September 7, 2016  -  Deadline September 17, 2016
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DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTPURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES:The purpose of this study is to gain knowledge of how affected postmortem human brain tissue deviates from normal control postmortem human brain tissue to help us fully characterize neurological or psychiatric disorders. The HBCC, in the National Institute of Mental Health explores the causes, consequences and potential treatments of numerous neurological and psychiatric disorders. Our research is supplemented by studying postmortem brain tissue from both psychiatrically healthy and afflicted individuals in order to establish the neuropathological changes underlying these complex neuropsychological disorders. PROJECT DESCRIPTION/SCOPE OF WORK:The National Institute of Mental Health, Human Brain Collection Core (HBCC) requests the services of the Virginia State Department of Health/ Northern Virginia District and Constance R. DiAngelo, MD to collect human postmortem human brain tissue, various specimens at autopsy, and medical/toxicology information that may be of interest to the NIMH for research into the neurobiology of major mental disorders. The donated postmortem human brain tissue and specimens will be used by the Human Brain Collection Core for research into the neurobiology of complex mental disorders (e.g. schizophrenia, depression, substance abuse and suicide) in order to better understand the basis of these disorders. This research will hopefully lead to improved diagnosis, treatment and/or prevention of these illnesses and their consequences. The purpose of this study is to gain knowledge of how affected postmortem human brain tissue deviates from normal control postmortem human brain tissue to help us fully characterize neurological or psychiatric disorders. The HBCC in the National Institute of Mental Health explores the causes, consequences and potential treatments of numerous neurological and psychiatric disorders. Our research is supplemented by studying postmortem brain tissue from both psychiatrically healthy and afflicted individuals in order to establish the neuropathological changes underlying these complex neuropsychological disorders.On a daily basis, Northern Virginia Medical Examiner (NoVA ME), Dr. Williams, must review case documents for potential donation and determine which cases may be eligible for HBCC research, in particular those who have signed organ donor cards and others with a reasonable suspicion of a history of mental or neurological illness, particularly schizophrenia as well as healthy controls across the lifespan. Once a case is selected, NoVA ME will contact HBCC personnel and must provide: 1) the general background of the case; 2) information regarding whether the deceased is an organ donor; and 3) the name and telephone number of the deceased next-of-kin. HBCC staff will promptly contact the next-of-kin of the decedent to obtain consent (via a recorded telephone call) to utilize the deceased subject's brain and skull contents (including dura, pituitary, pineal, and upper cervical spinal cord), blood and hair sample for research. HBCC staff will also solicit the release medical records. Once consent is obtained by HBCC personnel, the NoVA ME is notified to extract the brain, a full-length hair sample with a small piece of contiguous scalp, and 40cc of blood. The NoVA ME will begin extraction promptly upon notification of approval from the NIMH; whenever possible, the process should begin within 24 hours of death; unless approved by the NIMH Project Officer, specimens extracted beyond 48 hours will not be accepted for donation. The NoVA ME will provide to the HBCC any relevant information related to a specimen including cause and manner of death, relevant history and/or toxicology in order to allow optimal characterization of the specimen provided this information does not compromise the forensic evaluation of the case. HBCC staff will generally retrieve the brain and blood samples on a daily basis from the NoVA ME office located in Manassas, VA. Only in rare circumstances will the specimens be shipped by the NoVA ME to the NIMH. Shipments must be received no later than seven days from extraction and are to be delivered on weekdays, 8:00am through 5:00pm. Prior to shipping, the NIMH shall be contacted with shipping details, including the overnight courier tracking number. NoVA ME will properly prepare and package specimens in accordance with all Federal, State and City regulation. It is important to note that the NoVA ME is expert at selecting cases that qualify for HBCC research and in obtaining pertinent psychiatric medical history information necessary for our analyses. As required, the NoVA ME supplies HBCC with a report which includes, cause of death, family/medical histories, and any toxicology results. This information is imperative for the full characterization of any specimens to be included in the HBCC postmortem research study. REQUIRED CONTRACTOR EXPERIENCE:1. The contractor has a medical degree and specializes in forensic pathology. The contractor has experience working at the Medical Examiner Office and extracting human brains.2. The contractor is a medical doctor, and a certified pathologist in Virginia.3. A minimum of five years of experience in MEO is required. CONTRACTING WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME) DETERMINATIONThe determination by the Government to award a contract without providing for full and open competition is based upon the market research conducted. Specifically, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Northern Virginia District is the only vendor in the marketplace that can provide the services required by NIMH. In accordance with FAR part 10, extensive market research was conducted to reach this determination. Specifically, a sources sought notice was posted to FedBizOpps referencing the above detailed requirements and no responses were received from other vendors. Additionally, contacts with knowledgeable individuals both in industry and Government, as well as reviews of available product literature, revealed no other sources. Finally, a review of the GSA Advantage, and Dynamic Small Business Search returned no results that meet all of the requirements. Therefore, only the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Northern Virginia District is capable of meeting the needs of this requirement. The Intended Source Is:Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Northern Virginia District CLOSING STATEMENTTHIS SYNOPSIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS. However, interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to this notice. A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency. The information received will normally be considered solely for the purposes of determining whether to proceed on a non-competitive basis or to conduct a competitive procurement. Responses to this notice shall contain sufficient information to establish the interested parties' bona-fide capabilities for fulfilling the requirement and include: unit price, list price, shipping and handling costs, the delivery period after contract award, the prompt payment discount terms, the F.O.B. Point (Destination or Origin), the Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), and the certification of business size. All offerors must have an active registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov. All responses must be received by the closing date and time of this announcement and must reference the solicitation number, HHS-NIH-NIDA-SSSA-NOI-16-735. Responses must be submitted electronically to Keshia McDonald, Contract Specialist, at keshia.mcdonald@nih.gov. U.S. Mail and Fax responses will not be accepted.  

Postmortem Human Brain Collection � Central Virginia District

Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health | Published September 7, 2016  -  Deadline September 17, 2016
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PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES:The Human Brain Collection Core (HBCC) requests the services of the Virginia State Department of Health/Richmond MEO, the Contractor to extract human postmortem human brain tissue, various specimens at autopsy, and provide medical/toxicology information essential for research into the neurobiology of major mental disorders. The donated by next-of kin postmortem human brain tissue and specimens will be used by the HBCC and approved investigators for research into the neurobiology of complex mental disorders. This research will lead to improved diagnosis, treatment and/or prevention of these illnesses and their consequences.PROJECT DESCRIPTION/SCOPE OF WORK:The Virginia Medical Examiner's Office (Richmond ME), the Contractor will collect human brains and specimens that may be of interest to the NIMH for research into the neurobiology of major mental disorders. The donated human brains and specimens will be used by the Human Brain Collection Core (HBCC) for research into the neurobiology of complex mental disorders (e.g. schizophrenia, depression, substance abuse and suicide) in order to better understand the basis of these disorders. This research will hopefully lead to improved diagnosis, treatment and/or prevention of these illnesses and their consequences, including suicide. On a daily basis, the Richmond ME Contractor, will review each case for potential donation to determine which cases may be of interest to HBCC research, in particular those who have signed organ donor cards and others with a reasonable suspicion of a history of mental or neurological illness, particularly schizophrenia as well as non-psychiatric controls across the lifespan. Once a case is selected, Richmond ME will contact HBCC personnel and will provide: 1) the general background of the case; 2) information regarding whether the deceased is an organ donor; and 3) the name and telephone number of the deceased next-of-kin. HBCC staff will promptly contact the next-of-kin of the decedent to obtain consent (via a recorded telephone call) to utilize the deceased subject's brain and skull contents (including dura, pituitary, pineal, and upper cervical spinal cord), blood and hair sample for research. HBCC staff will also solicit the release medical records. Once consent is obtained by HBCC personnel, the Richmond ME is notified to extract the brain, a full-length hair sample with a small piece of contiguous scalp, and 40cc of blood. The Richmond ME will begin extraction promptly upon notification of approval from the NIMH; whenever possible, the process should begin within 24 hours of death; unless approved by the NIMH Project Officer, specimens extracted beyond 48 hours cannot be accepted for donation. The Richmond ME will provide to the HBCC any relevant information related to a specimen including cause and manner of death, relevant history and/or toxicology in order to allow optimal characterization of the specimen, provided this information does not compromise the forensic evaluation of the case. The specimens will be shipped by the Richmond ME to the NIMH. Prior to shipping, the NIMH shall be contacted with shipping details, including the overnight courier tracking number. The Richmond ME will properly prepare and package the specimen in accordance with all Federal, State and City regulation. REQUIRED CONTRACTOR EXPERIENCE:1. The contractor has a medical degree and specializes in forensic pathology. The contractor has experience working at the Medical Examiner Office and extracting human brains.2. The contractor is a medical doctor, and a certified pathologist in Virginia.3. A minimum of five years of experience in MEO is required. CONTRACTING WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME) DETERMINATIONThe determination by the Government to award a contract without providing for full and open competition is based upon the market research conducted. Specifically, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Central Virginia District is the only vendor in the marketplace that can provide the services required by NIMH. In accordance with FAR part 10, extensive market research was conducted to reach this determination. Specifically, a sources sought notice was posted to FedBizOpps referencing the above detailed requirements and no responses were received from other vendors. Additionally, contacts with knowledgeable individuals both in industry and Government, as well as reviews of available product literature, revealed no other sources. Finally, a review of the GSA Advantage, and Dynamic Small Business Search returned no results that meet all of the requirements. Therefore, only the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Central Virginia District is capable of meeting the needs of this requirement. The Intended Source Is:Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Central Virginia District CLOSING STATEMENTTHIS SYNOPSIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS. However, interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to this notice. A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency. The information received will normally be considered solely for the purposes of determining whether to proceed on a non-competitive basis or to conduct a competitive procurement. Responses to this notice shall contain sufficient information to establish the interested parties' bona-fide capabilities for fulfilling the requirement and include: unit price, list price, shipping and handling costs, the delivery period after contract award, the prompt payment discount terms, the F.O.B. Point (Destination or Origin), the Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), and the certification of business size. All offerors must have an active registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov. All responses must be received by the closing date and time of this announcement and must reference the solicitation number, HHS-NIH-NIDA-SSSA-NOI-16-736. Responses must be submitted electronically to Keshia McDonald, Contract Specialist, at keshia.mcdonald@nih.gov. U.S. Mail and Fax responses will not be accepted.  

95--Awning for Pharmacy | EDA: TBD | Current Milestone: TBD| Status: | EDA: TBD | Current Milestone: TBD| Status: 08/28/15 Was escalated. Still waiting on information regarding the construction contract (not the other awning

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline September 17, 2015
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AWNING PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE The Department of Veterans Affairs Lebanon Medical Center, VISN 4 Networking Contracting Office (NCO), on behalf of Lebanon VA Medical Center has a requirement for an Acrylic Awning. The Awning size is 23', a drop of 4' - 6', projection of 5' - 9 .

J--Patient Lift Preventive Maintenance and Repair Services at the Manchester VA Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Providence VAMC | Published June 29, 2016  -  Deadline July 14, 2016
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Contract Order Award: $12,435.00 Year Two (2) Award: $12,808.05 / Option Year One (1) Year Three (3) Award: $13,192.23 / Option Year Two (2) Year Four (4) Award: $13,588.18 / Option Year Three (3) Year Five (5) Award: $13,995.91 / Option Year Four (4) Accumulative total over five (5) years with options: $66,019.37

65--Volcano COR System for EP and Cath Labs Boston VA Medical Center

Department of Veterans Affairs, Manchester VAMC | Published January 10, 2016  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
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Genetic Study of ADHD in North America

Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health | Published December 5, 2014  -  Deadline December 12, 2014
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THIS IS A PRE-SOLICITATION NON-COMPETITIVE (NOTICE OF INTENT) SYNOPSIS TO AWARD A CONTRACT WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME). THIS IS A NOTICE OF INTENT, NOT A REQUEST FOR A PROPOSAL. A SOLICITATION DOCUMENT WILL NOT BE ISSUED AND PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE REQUESTED. INTRODUCTION: The National Institute of Health (NIH), National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Office of Acquisition (OA), Office of Management on behalf of the National Human Genome Research Institute, (NHGRI), intends to negotiate and award a purchase order on a non-competitive sole source basis to Children's National Medical Center, 111 Michigan Avenue, NW, Room 1950, Washington, DC 20010 to provide consultation services on a genetic study of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in North America. Background: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) mission is to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability. The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) mission has expanded to encompass a broad range of studies aimed at understanding the structure and function of the human genome and its role in health and disease. To that end NHGRI supports the development of resources and technology that will accelerate genome research and its application to human health. A critical part of the NHGRI mission continues to be the study of the ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of genome research. Medical Genetics Branch (MGB) seeks to identify and understand inherited disorders of metabolism and of human development. MGB investigators focus on human genetics, vertebrate embryology, inborn errors of metabolism, and neurogenetic disorders. Projects performed at the biochemical, molecular, and cell biological levels involve the direct study of human subjects as well as the development and use of experimental model systems, such as zebrafish and mouse. The Branch fosters outstanding basic research and serves as a model for translational discoveries at the bedside. Branch researchers develop and test new diagnostic tests and treatments for patients with rare genetic disorders in the NIH Clinical Center. Muenke's research program seeks to improve knowledge about birth defects and normal and abnormal early embryogenesis with special emphasis on the central nervous system, cardiovascular system, and reproductive system. Major areas of focus involve holoprosencephaly (HPE), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), craniosynostosis, congenital heart disease (CHD), and sex chromosome anomalies. INTRODUCTION: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most common behavioral disorder of childhood, affecting approximately 5-10 % of children between the ages of 7 and 18 years of age. Up to 40% of children with this condition will continue to have symptoms and impairments during adulthood. It is extensively recognized that patients with ADHD have higher risk for poor education, lower income, increased risk for accidental injuries, and a higher risk of difficulties in social interaction. The impact of this condition on the individual and on society in general has been extensively characterized. The NIH National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) seek to collaborate and award a provide a purchase order to a highly qualified Child Neurologist from the Department of Neurology at Children's National Medical Center (CNMC) with extensive expertise in clinical and genetic research in ADHD. The Contractor shall provide evaluations of patients and families with diagnosis of ADHD as well as support the collaborative efforts with the MTA study group and any other groups collaborating in NHGRI ADHD research. The Center for Neuroscience and Behavioral Neurology at Children's National Health System (CNMC) is part of the Children's Research Institute. This Center has extensive expertise in clinical care and research in multiple medical conditions, including ADHD. Several studies on ADHD are currently in progress at this Center. A devoted team of neurologists with extensive expertise in multiple areas in neurology and behavioral science are available at this institution. The Department of Neurology at CNMC has an extensive record of cooperation and participation in research studies in multiple areas. It is the largest Child Neurology/pediatric practice in the area, and serves the greater Washington, DC/Maryland/Northern Virginia region through outpatient centers located at the CNMC main campus, as well as through its Regional Outpatient Centers and a number of satellite offices. The proximity to the NIH is very important for this study. In terms of NHGRI specific research interest, it is widely recognized that ADHD is a genetic condition, with a high rate of association in family members. When the rate of illness in relatives of ADHD probands is compared to the rates of ADHD in controls, it is clear that first and second-degree relatives of ADHD probands are at increased risk for the disorder. A Pediatric Neurologist from the Children National Medical Center with extensive expertise in the clinical management and in research on the mechanisms of ADHD has been fundamental to guarantee that NHRGI clinical evaluations comply with the phenotypic definitions in the study, act as liaison with the MTA study group and support further collaborations that can advance researchers understanding of the biological-genetic mechanisms implicated in ADHD diagnosis and prognosis. A Child Neurologist with expertise in ADHD in clinical and Genetic research is necessary to act as a Medical Director for this study. The National Medical Center has previous knowledge and expertise interacting and collaborating with NIH/National Human Genome Research Institute. WORK SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES: NHGRI Researchers have interviewed families of children affected with ADHD who have one or more siblings, after obtaining informed consent/assent and determining that their family structure and history make them suitable candidates for a genetic study. It is estimated that for the whole study, 5,000 probands and one or more of their siblings will be interviewed by telephone over several years from different sites in the United States. The research study to date has enrolled 1400 families. To be eligible for the studies, affected individuals must meet the stringent exclusion/inclusion criteria established at an NIH Conference on ADHD in April 1999. To ensure that the ADHD seen in research participants is not part of another syndrome, participants are tested using approved and standardized psychological instruments. During the past years, NHGRI research team has been highly successful in conducting the screening and evaluation of these families. A highly qualified group of health professionals with extensive expertise in ADHD and clinical research has been fundamental in the progress of this study. An extensive clinical interview has been performed, largely via phone interviews, allowing us researchers to include study patients from all 51 United States. The successful study relies on the ability to have a proper clinical diagnosis despite the lack of personal interview for the families. One of the major accomplishments from the on-going study has been the identification of LPHN3, a key gene involved in the etiology of ADHD and comorbid conditions in one of the previously identified regions of strong genetic signal in chromosome 4q13.2. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: February 24, 2015 through February 23, 2016 PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: • Work will primarily be conducted at the Children's National Medical Center, 111 Michigan Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20010. However, meetings and consultations, maybe held at the NIH Main Government Facility in various NHGRI Buildings as needed. CONTRACTOR'S REQUIREMENTS: The Contractor shall provide by the Researcher Child Neurologist from the Department of Neurology at CNMC: 1. The Contractor shall provide Confirmatory evaluation of data collected for the diagnosis of ADHD; 2. The Contractor shall provide revision of clinical records, previous medical history and evaluations done in cases that are otherwise unclear if they represent ADHD cases vs phenocopies; 3. The Contractor shall provide coordination of the clinical research team; 4. The Contractor shall provide participation in analysis and interpretation of data collected as a part of the study; 5. The Contractor shall provide participation and leadership in analysis and publication of scientific papers related to our research; 6. The Contractor shall provide development of collaborations with other institutions, both on a national and international basis, in order to advance our research program; 7. The Contractor shall serve as advisor and provide recommendations to members of the public who contact us as a part of the study requesting orientation for services related with ADHD; 8. The Contractor shall provide preparation and processing of all supporting documents requested by the NHGRI IRB; 9. The Contractor shall provide supervision of the ADHD database and compliance with the IT security requirements; 10. The Contractor shall guarantee the confidentiality of the data collected and compliance of the research team with the safety requirements to manage personal identifiers; 11. The Contractor shall attend scientific meetings whenever necessary to present progress in our studies'; 12. The Contractor shall serving as a liaison to patient associations to provide feedback to our research and to encourage their participation in our study; 13. The Contractor shall supervise and coordination of on-going cooperation for our study with the Amish Population in Lancaster Co, PA; and the MTA study group; 14. The Contractor shall communicate with research colleagues in Colombia South America, for analysis and interpretation of collected data; and 15. The Contractor shall provide communication and analysis of any other potential collaboration in genetics of ADHD; to be presented for discussion with the NIH-NHGRI Government Principal Investigators. DELIVERABLES/REPORTING: 1. The Contractor shall be available at NHGRI Government Facility located in Bethesda, Maryland two days a week. 2. The Contractor shall conduct meetings with research staff on a quarterly basis or more frequently as needed. 3. The Contractor shall provide Consultations with individual NHGRI Government research staff as needed regarding particular research study participants. 4. The Contractor shall provide and participate in Scientific publications. 5. The Contractor shall communicate with members of collaboration teams. 6. The Contractor shall support and participate in grant writing for those collaborators applying for external funding for studies that are associated with NHGRI research. 7. The Contractor shall coordinate and attend scientific meetings if necessary. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT: The Contractor will be provided when on NIH Government Facility a Laptop, office space and computer in the lab, locked File cabinet as needed. Industry Classification (NAICS) Code is 622110, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals, small business size standard is $38.5M. The acquisition is being conducted under FAR Part 13, simplified acquisition procedures, therefore the requirements of FAR Part 6 B Competitive Requirements are not applicable (FAR Part 6.001). The resultant Contract will include all applicable provisions and clauses in effect through the Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 05-78 (November 25, 2014). This requirement is under the SAT of $150,000.00. This synopsis is not a request for competitive proposals. However, interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to this notice. Responses to this notice shall contain sufficient information to establish the interested parties' bona-fide capabilities for fulfilling the requirement and include: unit price, list price, shipping and handling costs, the delivery period after contract award, the prompt payment discount terms, the F.O.B. Point (Destination or Origin), the Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), and the certification of business size. All offerors must have an active registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov." A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. The information received will normally be considered solely for the purposes of determining whether to proceed on a non-competitive basis or to conduct a competitive procurement. All responses must be received by December 12, 2014 and must reference synopsis number HHS-NIH-NHLBI-CSB-(HG)-2015-036-DLM, may be submitted to the National, Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Office of Acquisition, Office of Management, COAC Services Branch, 6701 Rockledge Drive, Suite 6149, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-7902, Attention: Dorothy Maxwell. Response may be submitted electronically to maxwelld@mail.nih.gov. Faxes will not be accepted. Responses will only be accepted if dated and signed by an authorized company representative. "All responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency."

J--PM Fitness equipment Lebanon | EDA: Mar 2015 | Current MS: presolicitation | Status: On 3/10: begin FedBizOpps - open market solicitation. 2/23: no quotes submitted - RFQ closes 2/19/15

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published March 12, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
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Lebanon VA Medical Center solicitation for a base year and 4 option years for preventive maintenance on fitness equipment - to follow immediately.

N--Install of cooling and recovery coils in AHU

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published April 8, 2016
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Contract VA244-16-P-3499 was awarded to Casto Technical Services, Inc., for the requirement to provide all labor, equipment, tools, materials, parts, supplies, and supervision necessary to install new cooling and recovery coils in the AHU 30 at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center, located at 1 Medical Drive, Clarksburg, WV 26301. The Period of Performance is 04/08/2016 - 04/29/2016.

S--Sharps Collection and Disposal Services at the VAPHS

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published November 16, 2017
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Contract 36C244-18-P-0602 was awarded to NEIE Medical Waste Services, LLC, for the requirement to provide Sharps removal service, inclusive of containers and carts for collection, along with removal, transport, and disposal of medical waste IAW Federal, State and local regulations a the Veteran Affairs Pittsburgh Health System (VAPHS) , University Drive Campus and Heinz Campus, Pittsburgh, PA. The Period of Performance is a Base Year and 4 Option Years. Total award value is $456,814.01, inclusive of the Option Years.

Two Pediatric Autism Researchers for Exploratory Multidisciplinary

Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health | Published September 7, 2016  -  Deadline September 17, 2016
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PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES:The purpose of this potential requirement is the acquisition of two (2) pediatric autism subject matter experts to perform research and assist the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Section of Cognitive Neuropsychology, Laboratory of Brain and Cognition during an autism research program that operates multi-faceted investigations of the brain in autism through neurogenetic, functional and structural imaging, neurocognitive and diagnostic characterizations of children and young adults on the autism spectrum. The contractor shall provide clinically and research valid diagnostic characterization of the participants in these studies who have an autism spectrum disorder, consultation regarding autism specific features and questions to be investigated; development of neurocognitive paradigms to measure clinically relevant features in autism; collection and databasing of cognitive data for phenotyping and hypothesis generation; and dissemination of scientific findings. PROJECT REQUIREMENTS:The Contractor shall be responsible for providing the following tasks:• Attending weekly meetings in order to advice LBC postbac IRTAs, post doctoral fellows and Dr. Martin on clinical considerations for data collection and hypothesis generation• Assist in the supervision of all diagnostic characterization; production of written reports describing diagnostic and neurocognitive findings from the study for participants who request them • Oversight of neurocognitive data collection and management, and dissemination of scientific findings both through publications and conference presentations • Administer gold standard autism diagnostic characterizations of all participants with autism• Assist with neurocognitive data collection and management, and dissemination of scientific findings both through publications and conference presentations EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: At a minimum the Hospital and two personnel should have the following education and experience: Be a Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders that serves families across the states of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia with multidisciplinary comprehensive services for children on the autism spectrum. Personnel #1 - Pediatric Neuropsychologist: - Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology- At least 20 years of experience as a pediatric neuropsychologist- At least10 years of experience working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders- At least 10 years of experience with NIMH's Laboratory of Brain and Cognition- Experience in developing research paradigms and evaluation procedures as well as training staff in the cognitive assessment of individuals with autism Personnel #2 - A Psychology Investigator: - Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology- At least 5 years of experience studying autism and developmental disabilities with a focus on pediatric autism- Completed a clinical psychology internship and is a psychology post-doctoral fellow in the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders and CNHS CONTRACTING WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME) DETERMINATIONThe determination by the Government to award a contract without providing for full and open competition is based upon the market research conducted. Specifically, Children's National Medical Center is the only vendor in the marketplace that can provide the services required by NIMH. In accordance with FAR part 10, extensive market research was conducted to reach this determination. Specifically, a sources sought notice was posted to FedBizOpps referencing the above detailed requirements and no responses were received from other vendors. Additionally, contacts with knowledgeable individuals both in industry and Government, as well as reviews of available product literature, revealed no other sources. Finally, a review of the GSA Advantage, and Dynamic Small Business Search returned no results that meet all of the requirements. Therefore, only Children's National Medical Center is capable of meeting the needs of this requirement. The Intended Source Is:Children's National Medical Center CLOSING STATEMENTTHIS SYNOPSIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS. However, interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to this notice. A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency. The information received will normally be considered solely for the purposes of determining whether to proceed on a non-competitive basis or to conduct a competitive procurement. Responses to this notice shall contain sufficient information to establish the interested parties' bona-fide capabilities for fulfilling the requirement and include: unit price, list price, shipping and handling costs, the delivery period after contract award, the prompt payment discount terms, the F.O.B. Point (Destination or Origin), the Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), and the certification of business size. All offerors must have an active registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov. All responses must be received by the closing date and time of this announcement and must reference the solicitation number, HHS-NIH-NIDA-SSSA-NOI-16-690. Responses must be submitted electronically to Keshia McDonald, Contract Specialist, at keshia.mcdonald@nih.gov. U.S. Mail and Fax responses will not be accepted.  

65--EYEGLASSES AND OPTICIAN SERVICE BASE AND FOUR YEAR CONTRACT

Department of Veterans Affairs, Manchester VAMC | Published October 8, 2014
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This is a Presolicitation notice only. The estimated release date is October 24th 2014. The Department of Veterans Affairs will be issuing a solicitation for a firm fixed unit price Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, Base plus 4 option years to provide Eyeglasses, with an option for Optician Services. This solicitation will be set aside to Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) only. Contracted vendor will deliver frames and lenses. Under the Optional Optician Services the contracted vendor will supply a Licensed Optician to each VA Medical Center electing to provide space for an Optical Shop, for the purpose of measuring and fitting of all Veteran patient prescriptions provided by the Doctors in the respective VA Medical Center (VAMC) Optometry or Ophthalmology departments. VAMCs include Centers in the following states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. It is anticipated the solicitation will be released on or about October 24th 2014 .

Z--Repair Sinkhole At Decon Shed

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published June 28, 2016  -  Deadline July 8, 2016
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The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Lebanon, PA requires the renovation of existing space to "Repair Sinkhole at Decon Shed" on the exterior campus of the Lebanon VA Medical Facility. The contractor shall perform the work in accordance with the plans and specifications. Project Number 595-16-502. The contractor shall provide all necessary labor, material, tools, supervision, equipment, permits, testing and reports in accordance with all federal, state and local codes and regulations. The magnitude of this VA construction project is estimated to be between $100,000 and $250,000. Period of Performance will be approximately 60 calendar days after issuance of Notice to Proceed. All work on this project must be accomplished between 8 AM and 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Set-Aside Information: This solicitation is to be issued as a 100% service-disabled veteran small business set aside (SDVOSB). The firm must be small business under relevant North American Industrial Classification Standard (NAICS) code and the must be registered and current in the following websites: www.ccr.gov and www.vetbiz.gov . Offerors must ensure registrations in these websites are not expired and are correct, current and valid. The NAICS code for this project is 238910 - Site Preparation Contractors, and the small business size standard is $15.0 Million. A pre-proposal conference and site visit will not be held due to suspense. The solicitation documents will be posted at the Federal Business Opportunities website (http://www.fbo.gov) on or about July 1, 2016. Questions should be addressed to Phil Helmer, Contracting Officer, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 1111 East End Blvd., Wilkes Barre, PA 18711, Phillip.Helmer@va.gov and reference the solicitation & project number in the subject line. This procurement is subject to the availability of funds. ** NOTE: ALL PROSPECTIVE OFFERORS MUST BE REGISTERED AND CERTIFIED IN VETBIZ AS A CERTIFIED SDVOSB IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD (CLASS DEVIATION VAAR 804.1102 VIP DATABASE).

Z--Facade Corrections Project # 595-12-104

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published April 13, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Lebanon, PA requires "Façade Corrections" for designated areas of Buildings 1 and 17 at the Lebanon VA Medical Facility. The contractor shall perform the work to repair and replace brick, limestone, coping stone, louvers, lintels and windows in accordance with the plans and specifications. Project Number 595-12-104 includes de-construction, demolition, masonry cleaning, louvers and windows, sealant, brick point, scaffolding erection, and associated structural components. The contractor shall provide all necessary labor, material, tools, supervision, equipment, permits, testing and reports in accordance with all federal, state and local codes and regulations. The magnitude of this VA construction project is estimated to be between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000. Period of Performance will be approximately 365 calendar days after issuance of Notice to Proceed. All work on this project must be accomplished between 8 AM and 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Set-Aside Information: This solicitation is to be issued as a 100% service-disabled veteran small business set aside (SDVOSB). The firm must be small business under relevant North American Industrial Classification Standard (NAICS) code and the must be registered and current in the following websites: www.sam.gov and www.vetbiz.gov . Offerors shall ensure registrations in these websites are not expired and are correct, current and valid. The NAICS code for this project is 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction, and the small business size standard is $36.5 Million. A pre-proposal conference and site visit will be held within two weeks after issuance of the solicitation. The exact date/time/location of the conference will be specified in the solicitation. The solicitation documents will be posted at the Federal Business Opportunities website (http://www.fbo.gov) on or about 28 Apr 2016. Questions should be addressed to Phil Helmer, Contracting Officer, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 1111 East End Blvd., Wilkes Barre, PA 18711, Phillip.Helmer@va.gov and reference the solicitation & project number in the subject line. This procurement is subject to the availability of funds.