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Sources Sought Notice/Request for Information: Printing and Publication

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity | Published February 23, 2017
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59--PRINTED CIRCUIT BOA

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published March 3, 2017
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J--PRINTED WIRING BOAR, IN REPAIR/MODIFICATION OF

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published February 10, 2017
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Printing Services

United States Judiciary, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts | Published February 15, 2017
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Firm-Fixed Price Contract for Western Currency Facility (WCF) Production and Access Expansion

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 2, 2017
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This is a Pre-solicitation Synopsis Notice for a Firm-Fixed Price Contract for Western Currency Facility (WCF) Production and Access Expansion in support of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Southwestern Division (SWD) Fort Worth District (SWF). The Contract Specialist point of contact for this anticipated solicitation will be Natasha KennedyFOR INFORMATION ONLY: This Synopsis is ONLY A NOTIFICATION that a solicitation is anticipated and forthcoming. All questions regarding this SYNOPSIS must be submitted in writing via email to the Contract Specialist noted above. 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: The estimated contract value is more than $10,000,000.00. Solicitation Number: W9126G-17-R-0015 Design-Build Place of Performance: Fort Worth, TexasSocio-Economic Category: Not ApplicableThe estimated duration for the contract will be denoted in the D-B RFP in Phase Two. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: Construction services required include Design-Build (DB) Western Currency Facility (WCF) Production Expansion and Administration Expansion, activities such as alterations, renovations and new construction to Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) Western Currency Facility (WCF) located in Fort Worth, Texas. 3. EVALUATION INFORMATION: This Firm-Fixed Price Contract will be evaluated using the Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures. The most highly qualified offerors will be selected in the first phase after evaluation based upon phase one evaluation factors. This limited number of offerors will be requested to submit Phase Two proposals, to include a technical and price proposal. The Government will evaluate the Phase Two proposals in accordance with the criteria described in the solicitation, and award the Firm-Fixed Price Contract. 4. SUBMISSION INFORMATION: The estimated solicitation issue date for solicitation W9126G-17-R-0015 is on or about 16 April 2016 under solicitation number W9126G-17-R-0015. Phase One proposals are anticipated to be due approximately 30 days from issuance of the solicitation. The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code applicable to this project is NAICS code 236210 (Industrial Building Construction, Printing Plant Construction). Contracting Office Address:Attn: CESWF-CT PO Box 17300Fort Worth, Texas 76102-0300 United States

Welded Steel Buoy Chain and Bridles

Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published December 16, 2016
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The U.S. Coast Guard, Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center (SILC), in Norfolk, VA has a requirement for Open-Link, Welded Steel Chain and Bridles for use as mooring aids-to-navigation buoys in the coastal and inland waters of the United States. The contractor shall provide all necessary materials, labor, equipment, facilities, and supervision to fabricate and ship welded steel buoy chain and bridles. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered by this agency. The solicitation will be issued "unrestricted" under Full and Open Competition in accordance with FAR Part 15. The applicable NAICS Code is 332111 and the size standard is 750 employees. One or more of the items under this acquisition is subject to Free Trade Agreements.Section B (Schedule of Supplies and Services) will be divided into two sections based on chain diameter as follows:Section 1: ½" and ¾"` and 1", 1 1/8", and 1 ¼"Section 2: 1 ½", 1 ¾", 1 7/8", 2", 2 1/8", 2 ¼", and all bridle sizesOfferors can choose to submit a proposal for one, or both Schedule B chain and bridle sections. To be considered responsive, an offeror must provide a price for all items within the individual sections. The intended contract vehicle will be an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with fixed unit prices with economic price adjustments for steel and diesel; individual delivery orders will be issued pursuant to the IDIQ contract when supplies are required. The period of performance is anticipated to be for a one-year Base Period and 4 one-year Option Periods (not to exceed five years if all options years are exercised by the Government). The performance period of the contract is anticipated to start February 2017. Please note that in order to be eligible for award your company must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database at the SAM Website at http://www.sam.gov . Interested offerors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the SAM database through https://www.acquisition.gov or by phone on (866) 606-8220, or (334) 206-7828 for international callers. Please address all requests for additional information, comments, and questions to Ms. Leslie K. Filipiak, Contract Specialist/CTR, (757) 628-4110, or fax (757) 628-4135. IMPORTANT: The Solicitation will be available on or about December 16, 2016 and will close tentatively scheduled for January 16,2017. Interested parties are hereby notified that this solicitation will be available exclusively on the FedBizOpps website at: https://www.fbo.gov . The solicitation, all attachments and all amendments will be published for viewing and printing from the FedBizOpps website. Interested parties are responsible for monitoring the FedBizOpps website for the solicitation and any amendments to the solicitation. No paper copies of the solicitation and/or amendments will be distributed.

North Dakota National Guard Construction MATOC

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published December 13, 2016
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The USPFO for North Dakota intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Construction Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) for the maintenance, repair,and construction services in support of National Guard activities in the state of North Dakota. Typical work includes, but is not be limited to: interior and exterior renovations, heating and air-conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior and exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, limited utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, limited environmental remediation, construction of new facilities, surveys, studies, and other related work. All work will be in accordance with individual task order requirements, specifications and drawings provided with each project or master specifications. Prospective contractors must be able to respond within 120 minutes (2 hours) in response to emergencies via the main office or a staffed satellite office. The government anticipates award of a minimum of nine (9) individual MATOC contracts, providing sufficient qualified contractors present offers. All awards will be to small business pursuant to a 100% small business set-aside. The contracting officer may set-aside task orders for SBA Certified 8(a) participants; Small Business Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Concerns, and Woman Owned Small Business Concerns providing two or more qualified contractors in each category present conforming offers and are awarded a MATOC. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this work is 236220 and 237990. The small business size standard is $36,500,000.00 average annual revenue for the previous three years. All responsible firms may submit an offer. These anticipated contracts will consist of a Base Award Period of two (2) calendar years, and (3) one-year option periods. Total contract period, to include options, shall not exceed five (5) calendar years. Task Orders will range from $2000.00 to $5,000,000.00. The total of individual task orders placed against this contract shall not exceed $9,000,000.00 to any one contractor. The selection process will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 15.3 and DFAR 215.3 source selection procedures. Proposals will be evaluated on Past Performance, Technical, and Price Evaluation of a Prototypical Project(s). Prospective offerors must submit a written past performance proposal, technical proposal, and a price proposal for the prototypical project(s) to be considered for award. The prototypical project(s) will be used to evaluate the price proposal and portions of the technical proposal. In addition, the prototypical project(s) may be awarded if funds are available. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be available on/or about February 1, 2017. Interested contractors are encouraged to attend a Pre-proposal conference and site visit scheduled for on/or about February 15, 2017. Details for registering for the conference will be available in the solicitation, Section 00100 should be accomplished prior to the date of the conference in order to expedite clearance to the facility. The solicitation closing date is scheduled for on-or-about March 10, 2017. Actual dates and times will be identified in the solicitation. All information, amendments, and questions concerning this solicitation will be electronically posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOps) website located at the following web page: https://www.fbo.gov/. Interested offerors must be registered in the System of Award Management (SAM) Database. To register for SAM go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. You will need your DUNS number to register. Instructions for registering are on the web page. The solicitation and associated information minus the plans and specifications will be available on the FedBizOps website: https://www.fbo.gov/. All contractors and subcontractors interested in this project must register at this site. FedBizOpps registration requires the following information: 1) System for Award Management (SAM) Marketing Partner Identification Number (MPIN), 2) DUNS Number and CAGE Code, 3) Telephone Number, 4) Email address. Registration instructions can be found on the FedBizOpps website at: https://www.fbo.gov/downloads/FBO_Vendor_Guide.pdf. The plans and specifications will be available only from the FedBizOps website. No telephone requests will be accepted. For security reasons all potential offerors, plan rooms and printing companies are required to register in the FedBizOps site in order to view or download the plans or drawings from the web site. This solicitation is not a competitive bid and there will not be a formal public bid opening. All inquiries must be in writing, preferable via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. All answers will be provided in writing via posting to the web. If you have any questions concerning this procurement, you are encouraged to Email your questions to kevin.m.magstadt.mil@mail.mil. DISCLAIMER: The official plans and specification are located on the official government web page and the Government is not liable for information furnished by any other source. Amendments, if/when issued will be posted to the FedBizOps page: https://www.fbo.gov/ for electronic downloading. This will normally be the only method of distributing amendments prior to closing; therefore, it is the offerors responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments to the solicitation. Websites are occasionally inaccessible due to various reasons. The Government is not responsible for any loss of Internet connectivity or for an offerors inability to access the documents posted on the referenced web pages. The Government will not issue paper copies. All inquiries must be in writing, preferable via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. All answers will be provided in writing via posting to the web.    

Multifarious Test Press (MTP)

Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing | Published February 3, 2017
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The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), Washington, DC Currency Facility has a requirement to procure one (1) Multifarious Test Press (MTP). The Contractor shall deliver, install, and set-up, the MTP that meets or exceeds the capability, functionality and performance characteristics required by the BEP. In addition, upon delivery, installation, and set-up of the MTP, the Contractor shall provide training and start-up assistance. The BEP anticipates issuing a solicitation on or about March 1, 2017.

Quality Control, Testing, and Inspection

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published December 29, 2016
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1. Action Code: Presolicitation Notice 2. Class code: H 3. Subject: Quality Control, Testing, and Inspection 4. Solicitation No.: W912BU-17-R-0008 5. Set-aside code: Unrestricted 6. Response date: February 6, 2016 at 2:00 p.m., local time 7. Place of performance: TBD Description: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District, intends to award a firm fixed price IDIQ contract for analytical laboratory services. This indefinite quantity indefinite delivery contract (IDIQ) is for laboratory analytical services and related efforts in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Philadelphia District, for the chemical analysis of soils, sediments, sludges, ground waters, surface waters, oils, wastes, air, and other environmental samples. Analytical services will be performed by the Contractor to support Military, Superfund, Civil Works, and "Support for Others" Activities of the USACE Philadelphia District. The purpose of this indefinite delivery contract is to enable the performance, under a single contract mechanism, of analytical services for various projects as needed. The laboratory shall maintain active and current National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) certifications for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), including air certification, throughout the term of this contract in order to be awarded task orders. The laboratory shall also be certified as a Department of Defense (DoD) Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) laboratory that is compliant with the current version of the DoD Quality Systems Manual (QSM) and the specified SW-846 methods in this scope. Any laboratory currently possessing these certifications may submit a proposal. Copies of the certifications must be provided as part of the submittal. The laboratory must be also able to produce Automated Data Review (ADR) and Staged Electronic Data Deliverables (SEDD) in compliance with electronic Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) as well as EDDs in the format required for the USEPA Region 2 EQUIS database system. The period of performance is a one (1) year base period with four (4) twelve (12) month optional periods of performance. The NAICS code is 541380 and the size standard is $15,000,000.00. This procurement is unrestricted, full and open competition. The acquisition will be a negotiated, best-value procurement using the Contracting by Negotiation process prescribed in Part 15.101-2 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). The source selection process will be based on the trade-off process. The source selection technical evaluation factors are: Technical, Past Performance, and Price. The Technical evaluation factor has five (5) subfactor are: Certifications, Quantitation Limits and Detection Limits, Laboratory Personnel and Equipment, Laboratory Information Management System, Data Access, and Same-day Courier Services. Detailed evaluation criteria will be included in the solicitation. Initial price proposals must be submitted along with initial technical proposal to the Contracting Officer in accordance with the requirements of the solicitation. Offerors are advised that the Government may award a contract based on initial proposals received without discussions or any contact concerning the proposal received; therefore, each proposal should contain the offeror's best terms. The Solicitation Number W912BU-17-R-0008 will be issued on or about January 6, 2017 with a closing date of or about February 6, 2017 at 1400 hours. Hard copies will not be available and written or fax requests will not be accepted. The official media of distribution for this RFP is the web. Contractors may download the solicitation (including any drawings) and any amendments via the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) web site at www.fbo.gov, on or after the issue date. It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor the FedBizOpps web site for any amendments. Interested firms must register at FedBizOpps in order to access the solicitation. Offerors are responsible for printing copies of the RFP and any amendments. Contractors' are required to submit one (1) hard copy of your proposal and an electronic copy of your proposal. All hard copy offers are to be delivered to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District, Wanamaker Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, PA 19107-3390, Attn: L. Adam Bryson. All electronic copy offers are to be delivered to Leslie.A.Bryson@usace.army.mil, justin.chung@usace.army.mil, and Linda.M.Dobbs@usace.army.mil. Failure to provide a hard copy and an electronic copy of your proposal may result in your proposal being disqualified. All contractors are required to be registered in the DOD System for Award Management by award (SAM) before award as required by FARS 4.605. Also, firms who receive a federal contract in excess of $25,000.00 are required by legislation to submit an annual VETS-100 Report on your employment of targeted veterans. Information on submitting your report may be obtained by accessing the following internet web site: http://www.dol.gov/vets/vets-100.html. Questions can be directed to leslie.a.bryson@usace.army.mil. Please carbon copy justin.chung@usace.army.mil and linda.m.dobbs@usace.army.mil. This office will not accept any telephonic, written, or faxed requests for a copy of the solicitation.

Z--Bldg. 503 HVAC Repair, NAS-JRB, New Orleans, LA

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published January 6, 2017
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HVAC SYSTEM COMMISSIONING, OPTIMIZATION AND REPAIRS TO DLA BLDG 503 Mechanical Demolition 1. Contractor shall demolish the following: a. Two 10 ton condensing units (save units for use elsewhere on base) i. Copper line set connecting CUs to the FCU-1 ii. Two 10 ton thermal expansion valves at the FCU-1 b. Outside air duct current serving both FCU-1 and FCU-2 i. Including ductwork, insulation, and OA balancing dampers/actuators in duct work c. VAV-6 and all associated ductwork in the bypass line i. Contractor shall also demo the duct transition where they bypass line is connected, a new piece of duct work will be installed to replace it d. Contractor must verify FCU-1 fan motor and determine if it is inverter duty rated i. If not, motor must be removed and disposed of e. Contractor shall demolish and remove the existing FCU-2 and HP-2, associated line sets, and existing air handling unit Mechanical Installation 2. Contractor shall install the following: a. A new sheet metal duct transition in the supply line where the bypass duct and VAV-6 once was. i. New insulation shall be install to match existing on supply lines b. Contractor shall install a new outside air duct from existing louver, dedicated to FCU-1 i. Duct shall incorporate an opposed blade damper and actuator for OA control ii. Duct shall be insulated iii. Ducted shall be sized for appropriate OA total c. Contractor shall install a new outside air duct from existing louver, dedicated to FCU-2 i. Duct shall incorporate an opposed blade damper and actuator for OA control ii. Duct shall be insulated iii. Ducted shall be sized for appropriate OA total d. If FCU-1 supply motor was replaced due to line item 1.D.i, contractor shall furnish and install a new inverter duty rated motor e. Contractor shall furnish and install a VFD equipped with disconnect and bypass for control over FCU-1 supply fan motor i. VFD shall replace existing supply motor disconnect and motor starter f. Contractor shall furnish and install two new condensing units, i. Trane model TTA120J4HS** or approved equals ii. Condensing unit shall be cooling only iii. Equipped with two manifold compressors per condensing unit iv. Equipped with unit isolators g. Contractor shall run new copper line set of appropriate size for R-410a refrigerant from new condensing units to FCU-1 i. Contractor shall fire caulk and seal all wall penetrations ii. Contractor shall furnish and install new thermal expansion valves for each circuit h. Contractor shall furnish and install a new FCU-2 and HP-2 system including new condensing unit, air handler, and appropriate line sets ii. Equivalent to Addison model RCA101004F or approved equal System Balancing 3. Upon unit installation, contractor shall perform full system Test and Balance (T.A.B.) services a. Contract shall balance all air system components back to design engineering set points and air flow rates, or as close to design performance as possible i. Contractor shall utilize existing balancing dampers in the air distribution system, as the air distribution system is to be reused b. Contractor shall be responsible for adjusting any unusual readings back to engineering design performance, or as close as possible. c. The T and B Contractor shall be certified by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) or the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) or Association of Air Balance Council (AABC) and provide a final report in hard and digital copy. Air Distribution System Cleaning 4. Upon unit installation, contractor shall perform a full system cleaning as follows: a. The contractor shall follow NADCA ACR 2006, IICRC S520, and EPA Guidelines to thoroughly clean all air handling units, variable air volume boxes, and supply and return duct work. i. Service openings, as required for proper cleaning, at various points of the HVAC system for physical and mechanical entry and inspection will be utilized. ii. Existing service openings already installed in the HVAC system will be used where possible. Other openings will be created where needed, and created so they can be sealed in accordance with industry codes and standards. iii. Closures will be properly insulated and sealed to prevent air loss/gain or condensation on surfaces within the system. b. The HVAC system will be cleaned using Source Removal mechanical cleaning methods designed to extract contaminants from within the HVAC system and safely remove contaminants from the facility. i. Source Removal methods will be selected that will render the HVAC system visibly clean and capable of passing cleaning verification methods and other specified tests, in accordance with all general requirements. ii. No cleaning method, or combination of methods, will be used which could potentially damage components of the HVAC system or negatively alter the integrity of the system. c. All methods used will incorporate the use of vacuum collection devices that are operated continuously during cleaning. i. A vacuum device will be connected to the downstream end of the section being cleaned through a predetermined opening. ii. The vacuum collection device will be of sufficient power to render all areas being cleaned under negative pressure, such that containment of debris and the protection of the indoor environment are assured. d. All registers, grills, and diffusers will be disassembled, contact cleaned and reassembled. i. All vacuum devices exhausting air inside the building will be equipped with HEPA filters (minimum efficiency), including hand-held vacuums. ii. Mechanical agitation devices are used to dislodge debris adhered to interior HVAC system surfaces, such that debris may be safely conveyed to vacuum collection devices. e. Methods will include those, which will not potentially damage the integrity of the ductwork, nor damage porous materials such as liners inside the ductwork or system components. DDC HVAC Optimization 5. As part of the HVAC System Optimization and Energy Efficiency Efforts, the contractor shall repair, modify and install new as required to provide for a DDC Control System supporting the total HVAC system of Bldg 503 including all air handling units, condensing units, variable air volume boxes. The focus of this new DDC system shall achieve the following: a. Maintain positive building pressure b. Maintain a negative relationship between the fuel lab and adjacent building spaces c. Maintain appropriate space temperature and humidity in each zone via new zone sensors and system detection d. Maintain Appropriate level of mechanical cooling and dehumidification through modulation of 4 stages of cooling in the new condensing units e. Provide consistent supply air temperature and humidity off of the FCU-1 cooling coil to ensure air is being conditioned f. Provide tight control of FCU-1 system supply air volume based on VAV box demand and appropriate control over FCU-1 supply fan motor speed i. Utilize newly installed system static pressure control based on existing VAV damper position and associated demand g. Provide individual zone control of cooling or heating i. Individual VAV control utilizing existing electric heat ii. Individual Zone control without compromising system level conditioning or dehumidification h. All for modulation of Outside Air being introduced to the building via FCU-1 based on building occupancy or building pressure i. Allow system scheduling capabilities with setbacks based on building utilization and occupancy schedules Additional DDC Control requirements: 1. Develop and install, replace or upgrade existing Direct Digital Control (DDC) system for the Bldg 503 which provides the required temperature of 78 ± 2°F and a relative humidity of 50 ± 5% which will reside on a contractor provided standalone DDC Controller / Monitor to be located within the Bldg’s Mechanical Room. The New Direct Digital Control (DDC) system shall monitor outside air flow, along with building pressurization to increase/decrease outside air to maintain a positively pressurized building. a. The Contractor shall provide and install a new Direct Digital Control (DDC) system to control the HVAC systems serving the above facility areas. Note: the new DDC system shall be equal or similar to a Trane Tracer Version 16 (or later) system as is currently approved to reside on the NMCI network per DADMS ID # of 47893 and/or 85176 . b. The Contractor shall provide DDC Control System Software to be loaded on a contractor provided Center monitoring station with all Graphical User Interfaces required for full operation of the HVAC system. c. The new Control system shall include a Building/ System Control Unit (SC) panel to reside in the mechanical room and ready for NMCI system connection at a later date or by Telephone network. d. A “touch-pad” interface shall be provided on the DDC building/system control unit (SC) with scheduling, over-ride, setpoint control and alarm monitoring functions for the Base Facility/ies Identified per each requirement. e. Each piece of HVAC equipment shall be provided with a standalone Application Specific or Custom Application control module. 2. The new DDC Operator Interface shall be as follows: a. The workstations shall be able to access all information in the system. b. Workstation information access shall use the BACnet Protocol. Communication shall use Annex J of ASHRAE Standard 135-95. Local connections of the workstation shall be on ISO 8802-3 (Ethernet). Remote communications shall use either the BACnet Point to Point Physical/Data Link Layer Protocol or IP over Point to point (PTP). c. System Graphics. The Operator Workstation software shall be graphically oriented. Provide a method for the operator to easily move between graphic displays and change the size and location of graphic displays on the screen. The system graphics shall be able to be modified while on line. An operator with the proper password level shall be able to add, delete, or change dynamic points on a graphic. Dynamic points shall include analog and binary values, dynamic text, static text, and animation files. Graphics shall have the ability to show animation of equipment. Graphics shall be capable of launching other PC applications. d. Custom Graphics. Custom graphic files shall be created with the use of commonly available graphics packages such as PC Paint. The graphics generation package shall create and modify graphics that are saved in industry standard formats such as PCX, BMP, GIF and JPEG. The graphics generation package shall also provide the capability of capturing or converting graphics from other programs such as Designer, or AutoCAD. e. Graphics Library. Furnish a complete library of standard HVAC equipment such as chillers, boilers, air handlers, terminals, fan coils, and unit ventilators. This library shall also include standard symbols for other equipment including fans, pumps, coils, valves, piping, dampers, and ductwork. The library shall be furnished in a file format compatible with the graphics generation package program. f. Engineering Units. Allow for selection of the desired engineering units (i.e. Inch pound or SI) in the system. Unit selection shall be able to be customized by locality to select the desired units for each measurement. g. System Applications. Each workstation shall provide operator interface and off-line storage of system information. Provide the following applications at each workstation. h. Automatic System Database Save and Restore. Each workstation shall store on the hard disk a copy of the current database of each building controller. This database shall be updated whenever a change is made in any panel in the system. The storage of this data shall be automatic and not require operator intervention. In the event of a database loss in a building management panel, the first workstation to detect the loss shall automatically restore the database for that panel. i. Manual Database Save and Restore. A system operator with the proper password clearance shall be able to archive the database from any system panel and store on magnetic media. The operator shall also be able to clear a panel database and manually initiate a download of a specified database to any panel in the system. j. System Configuration. The workstation software shall provide a graphical method of configuring the system. The user with proper security shall be able to add new devices, and assign modems to devices. This shall allow for future system changes or additions. k. On-Line Help and Training. Provide a context sensitive, on line help system to assist the operator in operation and editing of the system. On-line help shall be available for all applications and shall provide the relevant data for that particular screen. Additional help information shall be available through the use of hypertext. Provide an interactive tutorial CD, which will act as on-line training/help for the systems operator. l. Security. Each operator shall be required to log on to the system with a user name and password in order to view, edit, add, or delete data. System security shall be selectable for each operator. The system supervisor shall have the ability to set passwords and security levels for all other operators. Each operator password shall be able to restrict the operator’s access for viewing and/or changing each system application, full screen editor, and object. Each operator shall automatically be logged off of the system if no keyboard or mouse activity is detected. This auto logoff time shall be set per operator password. All system security data shall be stored in an encrypted format. m. System Diagnostics. The system shall automatically monitor the operation of all workstations, printers, modems, network connections, building management panels, and controllers. The failure of any device shall be annunciated to the operator. n. Alarm Processing. Any object in the system shall be configurable to alarm in and out of normal state. The operator shall be able to configure the alarm limits, warning limits, states, and reactions for each object in the system. o. Alarm Reactions. The operator shall be able to determine what actions, if any, are to be taken, by object (or point), during an alarm. Actions shall include logging, printing, starting programs, displaying messages, dialing out to remote stations, paging, forwarding to an e-mail address, providing audible annunciation or displaying specific system graphics. Each of these actions shall be configurable by workstation and time of day. An object in alarm that has not been acknowledged within an operator specified time period shall be re-routed to an alternate operator specified alarm receipt device. p. Binary Alarms. Each binary object shall be set to alarm based on the operator-specified state. Provide the capability to disable alarming when the associated equipment is turned off or is being serviced. q. Analog Alarms. Each analog object shall have both high and low alarm limits and warning limits. Alarming must be able to be automatically and manually disabled. r. Trend Logs. The operator shall be able to define a custom trend log for any data in the system. This definition shall include interval, start-time, and stop-time. Trend intervals of 1, 5, 15, 30, and 60 minutes as well as once a shift (8 hours), once a day, once a week, and once a month shall be selectable. All trends shall start based on the hour. Each trend shall accommodate up to 64 system objects. The system operator with proper password shall be able to determine how many samples are stored in each trend. Trend data shall be sampled and stored on the Building Controller panel and be archived on the hard disk. Trend data shall be able to be viewed and printed from the operator interface software. Trends must be viewable in a text-based format or graphically. They shall also be storable in a tab delimited ASCII format for use by other industry standard word processing and spreadsheet packages. s. Alarm and Event Log. The operator shall be able to view all logged system alarms and events from any location in the system. The operator shall be able to sort and filter alarms. Events shall be listed chronologically. An operator with the proper security level may acknowledge and clear alarms. All that have not been cleared by the operator shall be archived to the hard disk on the workstation. t. Object and Property Status and Control. Provide a method for the operator with proper password protection to view, and edit if applicable, the status of any object and property in the system. These statuses shall be available by menu, on graphics, or through custom programs. u. Clock Synchronization. The real time clocks in all building control panels and workstations shall be synchronized on command of an operator. The system shall also be able to automatically synchronize all system clocks; daily from any operator designated device in the system. The system shall automatically adjust for daylight savings and standard time if applicable. v. Reports and Logs. Provide a reporting package that allows the operator to select, modify, or create reports. Each report shall be definable as to data content, format, interval, and date. Report data shall be archived on the hard disk for historical reporting. Provide the ability for the operator to obtain real time logs of designated lists of objects. Reports and logs shall be stored on the PC hard disk in a format that is readily accessible by other standard software applications including spreadsheets and word processing. Reports and logs shall be readily printed to the system printer. The operator shall be able to designate reports that shall be printed or stored to disk at selectable intervals. w. Custom Reports: Provide the capability for the operator to easily define any system data into a daily, weekly, monthly, or annual report. These reports shall be time and date stamped and shall contain a report title and the name of the facility. x. Standard Reports. The following standard system reports shall be provided for this project. These reports shall be readily customized to the project by the owner. 1. All Points in Alarm Report: Provide an on demand report showing all current alarms. 2. All Points in Override Report: Provide an on demand report showing all overrides in effect. 3. Schedule Report: Provide a summary of all schedules including Holiday and Exception schedules. 4. Commissioning Report: Provide a one-time report that lists all equipment with the unit configuration and present operation. y. Controller. Provide a full screen editor for each type controller and application that shall allow the operator with proper password to view and change the configuration, name, control parameters, and system set-points. z. Scheduling. An editor for the scheduling application shall be provided at each workstation. Provide a monthly calendar for each schedule. Exception schedules and holidays shall be shown clearly on the calendar. Provide a method for allowing several related objects to follow a schedule. The advance and delay time for each object shall be adjustable from this master schedule. aa. An operator with proper password level shall be able to modify the schedule. Schedules shall be able to be easily copied between objects and/or dates. bb. Air System Equipment Coordination. Provide a full screen editor that allows equipment to be grouped for proper operation as specified in the sequence of operations. This shall include the coordination of VAV boxes. etc with their associated Air Handling Equipment. cc. Custom Application Programming. Provide the tools to create, modify, and debug custom application programming. The operator shall be able to create, edit, and download custom programs at the same time that all other system applications are operating. The system shall be fully operable while custom routines are edited, compiled, and downloaded. 3. The Building Control Unit shall be as follows: a. The DDC System shall be composed of one or more independent, stand-alone, microprocessor based Building Control Units to manage the global strategies described in System software section. b. The Building Controller shall have sufficient memory to support its operating system, database, and programming requirements. c. The controller shall provide a communications port for connection of the Portable Operators Terminal using Point to Point BACnet physical/data link layer protocol or a connection to the inter-network. d. The operating system of the Controller shall manage the input and output communications signals to allow distributed controllers to share real and virtual point information and allow central monitoring and alarms. e. Controllers that perform scheduling shall have a real time clock. f. Data shall be shared between networked Building Controllers. g. The Building Controller shall utilize industry recognized open standard protocols for communication to unit controllers. h. The Building Controller shall continually check the status of its processor and memory circuits. If an abnormal operation is detected, the controller shall: 1. Assume a predetermined failure mode. 2. Generate an alarm notification. 3. Create a retrievable file of the state of all applicable memory locations at the time of the failure. 4. Automatically reset the Building Controller to return to a normal operating mode. i. BACnet. The Building Controller shall use the Read (Initiate) and Write (Execute) Services as defined in these BIBBS: DS-RP-A,B DS-RPM-A,B DS-WP-A,B DS-WPM-B a. Communications. Local connections of the Building Controller shall be on ISO 8802-3 (Ethernet). Communications shall use Annex J of ASHRAE Standard 135-95. Each Building Controller shall also perform routing to a network of Custom Application and Application Specific Controllers. As an Option, Each Building Controller shall perform communications to a network of Custom Application and Application Specific Controllers using BacNet or LonTalk FTT-10 and LonMark profiles. b. Environment. Controller hardware shall be suitable for the anticipated ambient conditions. Controller used in conditioned ambient shall be mounted in an enclosure, and shall be rated for operation at 0 C to 50 C [32 F to 120 F]. c. Serviceability. Provide diagnostic LEDs for power, communications, and processor. All wiring connections shall be made to field removable, modular terminal strips or to a termination card connected by a ribbon cable. The primary logic board shall be removable without disconnecting field wiring. d. Memory. The Building Controller shall maintain all BIOS and programming information in the event of a power loss for at least 72 hours. e. Immunity to power and noise. Controller shall be able to operate at 90% to 110% of nominal voltage rating and shall perform an orderly shut-down below 80% nominal voltage. f. The Building Controller shall have a seven segment LED display on the main board that indicates the current operating mode of the controller. g. Building Controller Operator Display. The building controller shall include an operator display allowing the user to perform basic daily operations tasks on the building automation system. At a minimum this operator display shall: 1. Be installed on the building controller and require no additional power source. 2. Consist of a one-quarter VGA touch screen with 320 X 240-pixel resolution. The brightness and the contrast of the backlit touch screen shall be adjustable to allow for easy reading of information on the screen. 3. Be capable of having unique user identification and passwords that can be programmed to limit access to the system and operator functions. 4. Display the current state of an input/output point and equipment controller connected to the system. 5. Give the operator the ability to override the current state of an output point or HVAC equipment controller connected to the building controller. 6. Allow the operator to modify the start and stop times of any time-of-day schedule within the system. 7. Provide a visual indication that a system alarm exists and allow for an optional audible alarm annunciation. 8. Provide the ability to view and acknowledge alarms that are annunciated at that building controller. 9. Allow the operator to view custom graphical displays with dynamic status information. 10. Automatically update displayed system information every 10 seconds. 4. The Contractor shall perform a commissioning of all new DDC controls and a test and balance (TAB) – as required above to ensure proper airflow, water flow, operation, and control within the limits of design capability.

CHARTER BUS SERVICE

Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published December 22, 2016
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SYNOPSIS:The USCG intends to procure charter bus services for transportation of U.S. Coast Guard personnel to/from the U.S.O. Lounge at the Philadelphia International Airport and the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, NJ and for charter bus services for Hurricane Evacuations. The solicitation will be issued as a total small business set-aside. The applicable NAICS Code is 485510, Charter Bus Industry, and the size standard is $15.0 million. The contract vehicle will be an Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract with firm-fixed unit prices; individual delivery orders will be issued pursuant to the IDIQ contract if supplies are required. The period of performance will be for a one-year Base Period and four one-year Option Periods (not to exceed five years if all options periods are exercised by the Government). The performance period of the contract is anticipated to start no later than April 1, 2017. SAM.gov: Interested parties should register in the System for Award Management (SAM.gov), https://www.sam.gov/ The solicitation will be available on or about December 28th and is anticipated to close on or about January 20, 2016. The solicitation will incorporate commercial clauses and provisions in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12 (Acquisition of Commercial Items). Interested parties are hereby notified that this solicitation will be available exclusively on the FedBizOpps website at www.fbo.gov. The solicitation (SF1449), all attachments, and all amendments will be published for viewing and printing from the FedBizOpps website. Interested parties are responsible for monitoring the FedBizOpps website for the solicitation and any amendments to the solicitation. No paper copies of the solicitation and/or amendments will be distributed. QUESTIONS: Questions will not be accepted at this time; however, interested parties may submit questions regarding this requirement after the solicitation is posted on FedBizOpps.

Instruction 1040 (Rev. 2016) -- Direct Shipment Distribution

Government Publishing Office, Customer Services Department | Published December 22, 2016
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These specifications cover the printing and binding of approx. 1,728,976 (including 200 Blue Labels) self-covered pamphlets containing approx.108 pages that print in black ink only. These pamphlets will mail/ship to approx. 4,760 destinations that will require packing nto approx. 19,645 cartons, and include creating address/mail labels, addressing, labeling and sealing cartons, palletizing, storing; staging, and mailing/shipping via Parcel Select (drop shipments), Small Package Carrier (SPC), and Motor Freight.

36--PRINTING, DUPLICATING, AND BOOKBINDING EQUIPMENT

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 21, 2016
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No Description Provided

75--Office Products and Supplies

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published December 15, 2016
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To be the Government's leader in acquisition services, GSA sets the highest standards for its acquisition programs. GSA has evaluated the effectiveness of the Schedule 75 Multiple Awards Schedules (MAS) Program. After review and careful consideration, it has been determined Schedule 75 will continue to be closed to new offers. GSA still recognizes the important role of our schedule holders who have long supported the MAS program. Since holding a schedule contract is a very expensive proposition for the schedule holder and GSA, we are reallocating our resources to better serve our customer base. Current Schedule 75 contract holders with available options that are successfully performing will continue to be exercised. Additionally, modification requests to existing contracts will still be honored. Questions regarding postponement: GSA Contact: Alan Rosner, 212-264-0868 E-mail: smartshop@gsa.gov This solicitation continues to be closed to new offers. The refreshed Solicitation for Multiple Award Schedule 75, Office Products / Supplies and Services and New Products Technology will be posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on the Internet at http://www.FedBizOpps.gov on December 15, 2016. The refreshed solicitation number 2FYB-BU-050001-B dated December 15, 2016 will supersede solicitation 2FYB-BU-050001-B, posted on February 5, 2016, and includes updated clauses and provisions. The offering of office products/supplies and services listed in the firms commercial office supply catalog are acceptable. Offerors may offer their entire commercial catalog, or may offer a select, limited line of office products. Office products would include, but are not limited to, items such as: pens, pencils, markers, xerographic paper, printing paper, fax paper, binders, tape, envelopes, shredders, helical-scan, longitudinally oriented video tapes, video cassettes, reel to reel audio tapes, blank endless loop audio cartridge tapes, magnetic tape audio recording cassette, computer tape, reel cartridge, cassette, diskettes, disk packs, disk cartridges, anti-glare/anti-radiation screens (VDT), ergonomic products (wrist and foot rests) cleaning equipment and supplies (head cleaners, disk drive cleaners, monitor cleaners, toner wipes, mini-vacuums, etc.) optical disks, CD ROMS, physical storage security, protective and related ADP supplies, toner cartridges and restroom products. Contracts awarded under this solicitation will have a performance period of 5 years with options to renew for up to 3 additional 5-year periods. Offerors must register at www.sam.gov prior to award of any contract. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by another refreshed solicitation.

J--PRINTED CIRCUIT BOA, IN REPAIR/MODIFICATION OF

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published March 24, 2017
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NSN 7H-5998-014844082-GL, TDP VER 002, IAW REF NR 6782260-2, QTY 24 EA, DELIVERY FOB ORIGIN, ISSUE TO SECHAN ELECTRONICS INC, LITIZ, PA 17543-8902. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive quotes and the proposed/contract action is for supplies or services for which the Government intends to negotiate with only one sourece. Interested persons may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit quotes. Quotes received prior to the award date will be considered by the Government.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. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The data needed to acquire this part competitively is not physicallyavailable, it cannot be obtained economically, nor is it possible to draftadequate specifications or any other adequate, economical description of thematerial for a competitive solicitation. The data needed to acquire this part competitively is not physicallyavailable, it cannot be obtained economically, nor is it possible to draftadequate specifications or any other adequate, economical description of thematerial for a competitive solicitation. The proposed contract action is for supplies or services for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1. All responsible sources may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals, quotations or capability statements. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. However, all proposals received within 45 days (30 days if award is issued under an existing Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) after date of publication of this synopsis will be considered by the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete with this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. Award will be made only if the offeror, the product/service, or the manufacturer meets the qualification requirement(s) at time of award, in accordance with FAR clause 52.209-1. The solicitation identifies the office where additional information can be obtained concerning qualification requirements and is cited in each individual solicitation.

J--PRINTED CIRCUIT BOA, IN REPAIR/MODIFICATION OF

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published March 27, 2017
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No Description Provided

59--PRINTED CIRCUIT BOA

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published March 15, 2017
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No Description Provided

Single Note Inspection (SNI) Equipment Integrating Packaging and Cutting Systems

Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and Printing | Published April 4, 2017
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The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) has a requirement to integrate a packaging system on its existing Single Note Inspection (SNI) equipment. The BEP has four (4) SNI machines, two (2) at the Washington, DC facility (DCF) and two (2) at the Fort Worth, TX facility (WCF). The resulting contract will integrate a packaging system which will automate the packaging operation of notes accepted by the SNI equipment for shipment to the Federal Reserve. This requirement also includes options to integrate a cutting system on the SNI equipment. The Contractor shall be responsible for designing, fabricating, assembling, integrating, and installing a packaging system on the current SNI equipment. Contractor shall also train BEP personnel on the operations of the updated SNI equipment. The BEP anticipates issuing a solicitation on or about 22 May 2017. An unrestricted full and open competitive solicitation is planned for this requirement. The applicable NAICS code is 333244 -- Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing, with a size standard of 750 Employees. Interested offerors are encouraged to register in FedBizOpps for electronic notification of the solicitation, amendments, and/or changes to this notice. NO PHONE CALLS, FACSIMILES, OR OTHER TYPES OF COMMUNICATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR RECEIPT OF COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS IN RESPONSE TO THIS PRE-SOLICITATION.   Place of Contract Performance:Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility9000 Blue Mound RoadFort Worth, Texas 76131

Gardening Services at U.S. Consulate General, Erbil, Iraq

Department of State, Near Eastern Posts | Published April 5, 2017
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  Pre-Solicitation Notice  ACTION CODE: Pre-Solicitation  DATE POSTED: April 05/2017 (Originally posted on 3/15 under SIZ250-17-Q0003)   CLASSIFICATION CODE: S - Utilities and housekeeping Services NAICS CODE: 561720 - Janitorial Services       CONTRACTING OFFICE ADDRESS   U.S. Consulate General Erbil 413 Ashtar Street, Ankawa, Erbil Republic of Iraq   SUBJECT: Janitorial Services   PROPOSED SOLICITATION NUMBER: SIZ250-17-Q0004   CLOSING RESPONSE DATE:   PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACT:  Robert E. Blakeslee Contracting Officer Phone: +9647704434430 Fax: N/A BlakesleeRE@state.gov SECONDARY POINT OF COTACT: Ramzi G. ALi Procurement Specialist Phone:009467704431661 Fax:N/A AliRG@state.gov   PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Republic of Iraq Kurdistan region , Erbil city   DESCRIPTION: Please note this solicitation is not ready to be issued as of this date. The Embassy of the United States in Iraq will launch the solicitation on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website when it is available.   The anticipated performance period is for a base year, with four one-year option periods, if exercised by the Government.  All responsible sources may submit a quotation which will be considered.    The Government intends to award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the lowest priced technically acceptable offeror who is a responsible contractor. The Government may award the contract based on the initial offer without discussion. The resultant contract will be a firm fixed price type contract.     All contractors have to be registered in the SAM (System for Award Management) Database https://www.sam.gov  prior to contract award pursuant to FAR provision 52.204-7.  Therefore prospective offerors are encouraged to register prior to the submittal of quotations/proposals.    The guidelines for registration in SAM are also available at:https://www.statebuy.state.gov/pd/Pages/AdditionalVendorReg.aspx   Electronic Submission/Responses:   This opportunity allows for electronic responses. Please submit your offer prior to the response date and time.       ARCHIVE POLICY: Automatic, on specified date   ARCHIVE DATE: 12/15/2017   SET ASIDE: N/A   Is This a Recovery and Reinvestment Act Action? No   Allow Vendors to Add/Remove From Interest Vendors: Yes   Allow Vendors to View Interested Vendors List: No (NOTE to CO: these classification codes are used when you are purchasing a commodity or an item.)    11 -- Nuclear ordnance 12 -- Fire control equipment 13 -- Ammunition & explosives 14 -- Guided missiles 15 -- Aircraft & airframe structural components 16 -- Aircraft components & accessories 17 -- Aircraft launching, landing & ground handling equipment 18 -- Space vehicles 19 -- Ships, small craft, pontoons & floating docks 20 -- Ship and marine equipment 22 -- Railway equipment 23 -- Ground effects vehicles, motor vehicles, trailers & cycles 24 -- Tractors 25 -- Vehicular equipment components 26 -- Tires and tubes 28 -- Engines, turbines & components 29 -- Engine accessories 30 -- Mechanical power transmission equipment 31 -- Bearings 32 -- Woodworking machinery and equipment 34 -- Metalworking machinery 35 -- Service and trade equipment 36 -- Special industry machinery 37 -- Agricultural machinery & equipment 38 -- Construction, mining, excavating & highway maintenance equipment 39 -- Materials handling equipment 40 -- Rope, cable, chain & fittings 41 -- Refrigeration, air-conditioning & air circulating equipment 42 -- Fire fighting, rescue & safety equipment 43 -- Pumps & compressors 44 -- Furnace, steam plant & drying equipment; & nuclear reactors 45 -- Plumbing, heating, & sanitation equipment 46 -- Water purification & sewage treatment equipment 47 -- Pipe, tubing, hose & fittings 48 -- Valves 49 -- Maintenance & repair shop equipment 51 -- Hand tools 52 -- Measuring tools 53 -- Hardware & abrasives 54 -- Prefabricated structures and scaffolding 55 -- Lumber, millwork, plywood & veneer 56 -- Construction & building materials 58 -- Communication, detection, & coherent radiation equipment 59 -- Electrical and electronic equipment components 60 -- Fiber optics materials, components, assemblies & accessories 61 -- Electric wire & power & distribution equipment 62 -- Lighting fixtures & lamps 63 -- Alarm, signal & security detection equipment 65 -- Medical, dental & veterinary equipment & supplies 66 -- Instruments & laboratory equipment 67 -- Photographic equipment 68 -- Chemicals & chemical products 69 -- Training aids & devices 70 -- General purpose information technology equipment 71 -- Furniture 72 -- Household & commercial furnishings & appliances 73 -- Food preparation and serving equipment 74 -- Office machines, text processing systems & visible record equipment 75 -- Office supplies and devices 76 -- Books, maps & other publications 77 -- Musical instruments, phonographs & home-type radios 78 -- Recreational & athletic equipment 79 -- Cleaning equipment and supplies 80 -- Brushes, paints, sealers & adhesives 81 -- Containers, packaging, & packing supplies 83 -- Textiles, leather, furs, apparel & shoe findings, tents & flags 84 -- Clothing, individual equipment & insignia 85 -- Toiletries 87 -- Agricultural supplies 88 -- Live animals 89 -- Subsistence 91 -- Fuels, lubricants, oils & waxes 93 -- Nonmetallic fabricated materials 94 -- Nonmetallic crude materials 95 -- Metal bars, sheets & shapes 96 -- Ores, minerals & their primary products 99 -- Miscellaneous (NOTE to CO: these classification codes are used when you are purchasing services or construction. Pease note that you will never use A-Research and Development.)    A -- Research & Development B -- Special studies and analysis - not R&D C -- Architect and engineering services D -- Information technology services, including telecommunications services E -- Purchase of structures & facilities F -- Natural resources & conservation services G -- Social services H -- Quality control, testing & inspection services J -- Maintenance, repair & rebuilding of equipment K -- Modification of equipment L -- Technical representative services M -- Operation of Government-owned facilities N -- Installation of equipment P -- Salvage services Q -- Medical services R -- Professional, administrative, and management support services S -- Utilities and housekeeping services T -- Photographic, mapping, printing, & publication services U -- Education & training services V -- Transportation, travel, & relocation services W -- Lease or Rental of equipment X -- Lease or rental of facilities Y -- Construction of structures and facilities Z -- Maintenance, repair, and alteration of real property  

PRINTING MATERIAL

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC | Published April 6, 2017
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CONTRACT WAS AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:COP159,997,500.00 = USD57,141.961USD = COP2,800.00
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