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Defense Production Act (DPA) Title III Modernization of Navy-Grade Alloy Steel Plate Production Project

  Wright-Patterson AFB, OH United States — Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command
Published February 27, 2015 — Deadline April 13, 2015 (4 years ago)
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Notice type
Prior notice
This Title III project shall help maintain and expand domestic production capability of thick Navy-grade steel plate used in the construction of Navy submarines and aircraft carriers. In addition to ensuring the aforementioned critical capability, the Defense Production Act Title III program's investment can potentially yield ancillary benefits. Potential benefits to the Navy as a result of upgrading outdated steel production facilities, tooling, and processes include reduced overhead costs related with the manufacturer's maintenance of aging resources, and lower costs associated with nonvalue added re-work for shipbuilders. Attention will be paid to enhancing merchant supplier capabilities in order to effectively serve the broad DoD and non-DoD communities.

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Fact Sheet

DATE
0227
YEAR
15
AGENCY
Department of the Air Force
OFFICE
Air Force Materiel Command
LOCATION
AFRL/RQK - WPAFB
ZIP
45433
CLASSCOD
A
NAICS
331110
OFFADD
AFRL/RQK
SUBJECT
Defense Production Act (DPA) Title III Modernization of Navy-Grade Alloy Steel Plate Production Project
SOLNBR
FOA-RQKM-2015-0013
RESPDATE
041315
CONTACT
David H. Hall, Agreements Negotiator, Phone (937) 713-9903, Fax (937) 255-5302, Email david.hall.63@us.af.mil - Dianna C. Aniton, Agreements Officer, Phone (937) 713-9897, Fax (937) 255-5302, Email dianna.aniton@us.af.mil
DESC
This Title III project shall help maintain and expand domestic productioncapability of thick Navy-grade steel plate used in the construction of Navy submarines andaircraft carriers. In addition to ensuring the aforementioned critical capability, theDefense Production Act Title III program's investment can potentially yield ancillarybenefits. Potential benefits to the Navy as a result of upgrading outdated steel productionfacilities, tooling, and processes include reduced overhead costs related with themanufacturer's maintenance of aging resources, and lower costs associated with nonvalueadded re-work for shipbuilders. Attention will be paid to enhancing merchantsupplier capabilities in order to effectively serve the broad DoD and non-DoDcommunities.
URL
https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/AFMC/AFRLWRS/FOA-RQKM-2015-0013/listing.html
SETASIDE
N/A

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