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Z--Construct Clinical Support 506-326

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Health Care System | Published February 18, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Ann Arbor VAMC, 2215 Fuller Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 anticipates soliciting bids and consequently awarding a contract for the construction project known as "Construct Clinical Support." The solicitation will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 14 (SEALED BIDDING) and Part 36 (CONSTRUCTION) and will be evaluated in accordance with the procedures therein. The solicitation will be advertised as a Total Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, supervision, supplies, travel, etc. to perform all work under this project which consists of: SCOPE OF WORK CONSTRUCT CLINICAL SUPPORT & LOGISTICS CENTER PROJECT #506-326 THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL LABOR, MATERIALS AND SUPERVISION TO CONSTRUCT A CLINICAL SUPPORT AND LOGISTICS CENTER AT THE VA MEDICAL CENTER, ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN. THE INTENDED CONSTRUCTION SITE IS LOCATED AT THE EAST SIDE OF BUILDING 1W, IN THE LOADING DOCK AREA AND WILL CONNECT TO THE EXISTING STRUCTURE. THE STRUCTURE WILL CONSIST OF APPROXIMATELY 5,780 GSF ON EACH 3 FLOORS FOR A TOTAL OF APPROXIMATELY 17,340 GSF. THE GROUND FLOOR WILL CONVERT THE CURRENT LOADING DOCK AND LOADING DOCK APPROACH AREA INTO A COVERED WAREHOUSE AND STAGING AREA FOR LOGISTICAL SUPPORT. THE FIRST FLOOR AND SECOND FLOOR WILL INCLUDE CLINICAL EXAM ROOMS AND A COMBINATION OF SPECIALTY AND SUB-SPECIALTY CLINICAL FUNCTIONS. WORK WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO; SITE WORK, MASONRY, STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL, FIRE SUPPRESSION, CARPENTRY, FLOORING, GLAZING, ROOFING AND FINISH TRADES. The period of performance is 455 calendar days for the entire project. Magnitude of construction is expected to be $5,000,000 to $10,000,000. NAICS Code for this acquisition is 236220. The solicitation documents including specifications and drawings will be issued on or about 3-30-2015 and will be posted on Federal Business Opportunities. This date is subject to change. Hard copy documents including drawings will not be available - all documents for bidding purposes will be posted at this website for download. Site visit information will be provided upon issuance of solicitation. Only one site visit is planned. Bids will be due 30 days after issuance of solicitation unless extended by amendment. This notice is for informational purposes only and is not a request for submission of offers. The Government is not obligated to issue a solicitation as a result of this notice. No other information is available until issuance of the solicitation. No phone calls please. Send any inquires via email to Richmond.McCloud@va.gov after issuance of solicitation (no other information is available until issuance of the solicitation). No bidder list is maintained. All potential bidders should register with Federal Business Opportunities if interested in this acquisition.

Y--North Parking Structure 506-331

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Health Care System | Published November 14, 2017
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Ann Arbor VAMC, 2215 Fuller Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 anticipates soliciting bids and consequently awarding a contract for the construction project known as "North Parking Structure . The solicitation will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 14 (SEALED BIDDING) and Part 36 (CONSTRUCTION) and will be evaluated in accordance with the procedures therein. The solicitation will be advertised as a Total Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, supervision, supplies, travel, etc. to perform all work under this project which consists of: Scope of Work North Parking Structure Project #506-331 Scope of work for this project is to construct a parking structure that will add ~300 parking spaces to the Ann Arbor VA campus. This structure will be connected to and located immediately to the north of the newly construction east parking structure. This parking structure will take approximately one year to construct and will include auger cast piles, sheet piling, precast erection, steel and concrete erection, masonry work, excavating, shoring, utilities install, painting, striping, and landscaping. Contractors will thoroughly review the bid drawings and specifications to be closely familiar with all that is required in this project which includes the limits of construction, working hours, permitting requirements, et cetera. See project drawings and specifications for phasing, construction requirements and specific details. Bid acceptance Period: 120 days Performance period: 365 calendar days after receipt of notice to proceed Magnitude of construction is expected to be $5,000,000 to $10,000,000. NAICS Code for this acquisition is 236220. The solicitation documents including specifications and drawings will be issued on or about 12-20-2017 and will be posted on Federal Business Opportunities. This date is subject to change. Hard copy documents including drawings will not be available - all documents for bidding purposes will be posted at this website for download. Site visit information will be provided upon issuance of solicitation. Only one site visit is planned. Bids will be due 30 days after issuance of solicitation unless extended by amendment. This notice is for informational purposes only and is not a request for submission of offers. The Government is not obligated to issue a solicitation as a result of this notice. No other information is available until issuance of the solicitation. No phone calls please. Send any inquires via email to kyle.lipper@va.gov after issuance of solicitation (no other information is available until issuance of the solicitation). No bidder list is maintained. All potential bidders should register with Federal Business Opportunities if interested in this acquisition.

Y--Expand East Parking Structure Project 506-310

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Health Care System | Published June 26, 2015  -  Deadline July 22, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Ann Arbor VAMC, 2215 Fuller Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 anticipates soliciting bids and consequently awarding a contract for the construction project known as "Expand East Parking Structure". The solicitation will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 14 (SEALED BIDDING) and Part 36 (CONSTRUCTION) and will be evaluated in accordance with the procedures therein. The solicitation will be advertised as a Total Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, supervision, supplies, travel, etc. to perform all work under this project which consists of: Scope of Work Expand East Parking Structure Project #506-310 The EPS Expansion project consists of a 4-level horizontal expansion to the north side of the existing East Parking Structure to serve visitors and staff for a net gain of 307 parking spaces. This additional parking supply will help alleviate the current parking capacity short-fall. The proposed horizontal expansion to the East Parking Structure will extend approximately 144 feet north of the existing structure by the same width as the existing structure. It will include three supported levels and a grade level that aligns vertically with the existing floors. Access to all levels will be provided through the existing ramping system. The expansion structure bays will align with the 3 bays of the existing structure allowing a convenient extension of the traffic flow along the west and middle bays. The east bay traffic cannot flow straight into the expansion structure due to the existing shear walls along the north elevation that need to remain in place at the lower 3 levels for structural support. At the roof, level where the shear wall is not needed, the traffic flow in the east bay will continue straight north into the expansion structure to provide more efficient traffic flow and to gain additional parking spaces. See project drawings and specifications for phasing, construction requirements and specific details. Bid acceptance Period: 180 days Performance period: 300 calendar days after receipt of notice to proceed Magnitude of construction is expected to be $5,000,000 to $10,000,000. NAICS Code for this acquisition is 236220. The solicitation documents including specifications and drawings will be issued on or about 7-20-2015 and will be posted on Federal Business Opportunities. This date is subject to change. Hard copy documents including drawings will not be available - all documents for bidding purposes will be posted at this website for download. Site visit information will be provided upon issuance of solicitation. Only one site visit is planned. Bids will be due 30 days after issuance of solicitation unless extended by amendment. This notice is for informational purposes only and is not a request for submission of offers. The Government is not obligated to issue a solicitation as a result of this notice. No other information is available until issuance of the solicitation. No phone calls please. Send any inquires via email to Richmond.McCloud@va.gov after issuance of solicitation (no other information is available until issuance of the solicitation). No bidder list is maintained. All potential bidders should register with Federal Business Opportunities if interested in this acquisition.

Z--Utility Site Prep for MBs 506-15-121 Construction

Department of Veterans Affairs, Saginaw VAMC | Published April 6, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Ann Arbor VA Healthcare System, 2215 Fuller Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48105 anticipates soliciting bids and consequently awarding a contract for the construction project known as "Utility Site Preparations for Modular Building." The solicitation will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 14 (SEALED BIDDING) and Part 36 (CONSTRUCTION) and will be evaluated in accordance with the procedures therein. The solicitation will be advertised as a Total Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, supervision, supplies, travel, etc. to perform all work under this project which consists of: STATEMENT OF WORK UTILITY SITE PREPARATIONS FOR MODULAR BUILDING VA PROJECT NO.: 506-15-121 The purpose of this project is for the Contractor to Furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision necessary per drawings and specifications for Utility Site Preparations for Modular Buildings, located at the Ann Arbor VA Medical Center, Ann Arbor Michigan. Work includes bringing all utilities (sanitary, storm, water supply, conduit and cable for data (CAT 6) /phone (CAT 5), natural gas, fire suppression and electrical service) to within (5) feet of both the new North (N) modular building (MB) of approximately 12,288 square feet and a West (W) MB of approximately 6,144 square feet. Work additionally includes securing utilities from Trailer (T3) and rendering secure so that a vacated T3 may be removed by others. For the N MB electrical power will be fed from a 480Y/277 Square D panel number located in the electrical substation room, D179 of building 1E the clinical addition. A step down transformer will be installed as such to provide a 325 kVA demand load (1000 amp MDP @120/208v 3 phase) within five feet of the N MB. For the W MB electrical power will be fed from Square D panel number 15-PB-01 located in the building 15 generator vault. The power requirement for the W MB is a 190 kVA demand load (600 amp MDP @120/208v 3 phase) being provided to within five feet of the W MB. The period of performance is 180 calendar days for the entire project. Magnitude of construction is expected to be $250,000 to $500,000. NAICS Code for this acquisition is 238210. The solicitation documents including specifications and drawings will be issued on or about 4-21-2015 and will be posted on Federal Business Opportunities. This date is subject to change. Hard copy documents including drawings will not be available - all documents for bidding purposes will be posted at this website for download. Site visit information will be provided upon issuance of solicitation. Only one site visit is planned. Bids will be due 30 days after issuance of solicitation unless extended by amendment. This notice is for informational purposes only and is not a request for submission of offers. The Government is not obligated to issue a solicitation as a result of this notice. No other information is available until issuance of the solicitation. No phone calls please. Send any inquires via email to Sonny.Earls@va.gov after issuance of solicitation (no other information is available until issuance of the solicitation). No bidder list is maintained. All potential bidders should register with Federal Business Opportunities if interested in this acquisition.

Hyperspectral Imaging System

Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) | Published May 12, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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This solicitation is being issued as Request for Quote (RFQ). Written quotes are being requested. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with FAR Part 13, Simplified Acquisition Procedures as supplemented and FAR Part 12 Commercial Items with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested. This is a solicitation from the United States Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Eastern Acquisition Division-Kansas City (EAD-KC), 601 East 12th Street, Room 1734, Kansas City, MO 64106. The requirement is to provide the following items: Ø Hyperspectral Imaging System o Includes a hyperspectral sensor, positioning system, lens, data acquisition system, and calibration target. Calibration target must be 3 meters x 3 meters. On site calibration, integration and training must be included in the quote. The data acquisition system must be capable of registering the hyperspectral image with position while the system is traveling at 150mph. § Specifications · Spectral range – 400-900 nm · Spectral resolution – 2.1 nm · Spatial resolution – 3 m at 10,000 feet AGL · Swath width – 1 km · Position accuracy – 10 m · Noise-equivalent spectral radiance – < 0.25 mW m-2 nm-1 sr -1 for 500 to 700 nm · Total system weight not to exceed 7 lbs. · Total system dimension not to exceed – 7” x 6” x 6” § Positioning system · Position accuracy not to exceed 3m · Position update rate of 10 Hz · Pitch and Roll Accuracy not to exceed 0.2 deg · Heading accuracy not to exceed 0.5 deg · Heave accuracy not to exceed 10cm or 10% § Lens Specifications · F-number 1.4 · Focal length 17.6 mm · Image circle 11 mm · Transmission 400 - 1000 nm · Interface C-Mount Ø Integration and Training Ø Travel Expenses for Integration and Training All items under this contract shall be FOB Destination and shall be delivered to the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) located at 4840 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. This RFQ and the following incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005-81. This procurement is unrestricted and the associated NAICS code is 334516 with a size standard of 500 employees. The PSC code is 6640. EAD-KC requires that all contractors to be eligible for award, the quoter must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM.gov) database and complete the “Core Data”, “Assertions”, “Representations and Certifications”, and “Points of Contact”. No award can be made to a company not registered in SAM. For more information on SAM.gov please view: http://www.acquisition.gov/SAM_Guides/Quick%20Guide%20for%20Contract%20Registrations%20v1.pdf For additional information and to register in SAM, please access the following web site: http://www.sam.gov. In order to register, all firms must have a Dunn & Bradstreet Number. A Dunn & Bradstreet number may be acquired free of charge by contacting Dunn & Bradstreet on-line at https://www.dnb.com/product/eupdate/requestOptions.html or by phone at (800) 333-0505. PRICE/QUOTE: The Government intends to make an award to the responsive responsible quoter offering the lowest evaluated quotation price that meets or exceeds the acceptability standards of the non-cost factors. Quotations must be submitted signed and dated no later than 2:00 PM (Central) on May 19, 2015 to James Moore via email only. James Moore’s email address is james.d.moore@noaa.gov.

J--Emergency MRI Shielding Repair

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Health Care System | Published November 24, 2015
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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Justification and Approval (J&A) For Other Than Full and Open Competition (>$150K) Acquisition Plan Action ID: VA251-16-AP-0590 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Medical Center 2215 Fuller Rd. Ann Arbor MI 48105 VISN 11: Facilities Management Purchase Request Number: 506-16-1-522-0036 2. Nature and/or Description of the Action Being Processed: This is a sole source justification for a firm fixed price purchase order to General Electric Company, 3000 N Grandview Blvd., W-443, Waukesha, WI 53188. FAR13.5 Test Program: 3. Description of Supplies/Services Required to Meet the Agency's Needs: The MRI has to be ramped down by GE, have the magnet move, perform a screen room test, ramp the MRI back up, perform a passive shim and do an entire system re-calibration. Final acceptance of the MRI will be performed by VAMC Ann Arbor once GE has completed their recalibration and testing has been completed. The estimated value for labor, travel, 3T ramp down, magnet move, screen room test, ramp up, passive Shim and system re-calibration is $130,052.00. The estimated value for the 850 liters cryogen coolant is $29,750.00. The estimated total value of this acquisition is $159,802.00. The period of performance is from November 16, 2015 through March 1, 2016 at completion of project. 4. Statutory Authority Permitting Other than Full and Open Competition: (X) (1) Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements per FAR 6.302-1 (X) (2) Unusual and Compelling Urgency per FAR 6.302-2; ( ) (3) Industrial Mobilization, Engineering, Developmental or Research Capability or Expert Services per FAR 6.302-3; ( ) (4) International Agreement per FAR 6.302-4 ( ) (5) Authorized or Required by Statute FAR 6.302-5; ( ) (6) National Security per FAR 6.302-6; ( ) (7) Public Interest per FAR 6.302-7; FAR13.5 Test Program: 5. Demonstration that the Contractor's Unique Qualifications or Nature of the Acquisition Requires the Use of the Authority Cited Above (applicability of authority): Only the original manufacturer is able to maintain this complex and delicate equipment that is an integral part of the facility. The GE MRI 3.0T Discovery is a proprietary system. GE Healthcare is the only authorized manufacturer/vendor who can obtain OEM parts for replacement. Third party vendors and equipment will void any agreement with GE on warranty and guarantee on the performance of the equipment. 6. Description of Efforts Made to ensure that offers are solicited from as many potential sources as deemed practicable: This contract is for the support of GE OEM equipment, where OEM parts are only manufactured by GE. This equipment is only serviced by GE and the use of a third party vendor would void the warranty already established for the equipment. Also, any and all third party vendors would be less cost effective than using GE for the equipment support. 7. Determination by the Contracting Officer that the Anticipated Cost to the Government will be Fair and Reasonable: The anticipated cost will be considered fair and reasonable due to historical information on similar requirements of this nature. 8. Description of the Market Research Conducted and the Results, or a Statement of the Reasons Market Research Was Not Conducted: Market research turned up no other viable service providers to support for the full scope of all GE Imaging systems in this facility. In view of the availability to contract the manufacturer to perform the repairs required, we elected to follow suit and contract GE. Market research on the internet and GSA website recovered no other vendors authorized to perform this specific service. GE is the only vendor able to provide these services. 9. Any Other Facts Supporting the Use of Other than Full and Open Competition: GE is the manufacturer of the aforementioned equipment that requires and is the only provider that is capable of providing the range of services specified by the manufacturer. The range of service that only GE can provide will prove beneficial in the overall cost effectiveness in maintaining and operating the GE 750w 3.0T MRI Discovery, workstations and assorted equipment. 10. Listing of Sources that Expressed, in Writing, an Interest in the Acquisition: No other sources expressed interest, as GE is the only source capable of supporting the equipment. 11. A Statement of the Actions, if any, the Agency May Take to Remove or Overcome any Barriers to Competition before Making subsequent acquisitions for the supplies or services required: Should a requisition of this nature occur again we will perform a new market survey to locate possible new vendors. 12. Requirements Certification: I certify that the requirement outlined in this justification is a Bona Fide Need of the Department of Veterans Affairs and that the supporting data under my cognizance, which are included in the justification, are accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. ___________ ________________ Name: Date Title: Facility: 13. Approvals in accordance with the VHAPM, Volume 6, Chapter VI: OFOC SOP. a. Contracting Officer's Certification (required): I certify that the foregoing justification is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. _____________________________ ________________________ Date Contracting Officer Network Contracting Office 11 b. Director of Contracting /Designee (Required $150K and above): I certify the justification meets requirements for other than full and open competition. _____________________________ ________________________ Date Supervisory Contracting Specialist Network Contracting Office 11

EPA Region 1 Laboratory ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management | Published May 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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As described in Attachment 1, Statement of Work, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires an Accrediting Body (AB) to implement ISO/IEC 17025 requirements for: 1) Accreditation of our fixed laboratory location in North Chelmsford, MA as a testing laboratory in environmental chemistry for current ISO/IEC 17025:2005 fields of accreditation, target analytes, and methods shown in Attachment 2. (This list may be subject to changes in method, but the overall scope will not expand.) 2) Gap Analysis and subsequent phased accreditation of field sampling and measurement activities for fields of activity, and methods shown in Attachment 3. This is a solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. The solicitation is issued as a request for quote (RFQ). The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-81. This is a total small business set aside. Vendors must be registered in the System for Award Management (http://sam.gov) under NAICS code 813920, Professional Organizations, size standard $14,000,000.00, to be considered for award under this solicitation. If you are not already registered under this code and meet the size standard, you must add this NAICS code to your SAM.gov registration. Quote Instructions: a. Please provide a firm fixed price quote for the services identified in Line Items 0001 through 0003. Your quote must include a separate price for each line item, as well as the total price for all line items. The price for each line item shall include all costs associated with the required service to include all labor, materials and travel. The offeror may use their standard commercial format for submittal of their price quote. b. Please include a brief description of your approach to meeting the requirements of each task. Limit this description to 1 page for each task. c. Please provide at least one reference for a similar effort, but no more than three references. Include a name, phone number and e-mail address for each reference. d. Please include documentation to show your recognition as a signatory to the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA.) e. Please include your DUNS number with your quote. f. Offerors shall comply with instructions identified in provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, for completion of Representations and Certifications. The Offeror shall complete only paragraph (b) of this provision if the Offeror has completed the annual representations and certification electronically via the System for Award Management (SAM) Web site accessed through http://www.acquisition.gov, or http://sam.gov. If the Offeror has not completed the annual representations and certifications electronically, the Offeror shall complete only paragraphs (c) through (p) of this provision. g. Offerors are also required to complete the provision at EPA-K-04-101, Representation by Corporations Regarding a Felony Conviction under Federal Law or Unpaid Federal Tax Liability., which can be found on page 29 of the Provisions and Clauses. Please check off is or is not for questions (b) (1) and (2). Award Criteria: In accordance with FAR 13.106-2 an award will be made to the offeror who can provide the best value. When determining best value the following evaluation factors will be considered along with price: past performance and compliance with all requirements as stated in the RFQ. Evaluation factors other than price when combined are approximately equal to price. Offerors who do not provide all of the requested information will not be considered for award. The Contracting Officer may contact offerors to request clarification of information provided to better understand your quote or may request information that appears to be inadvertently omitted. Submittal Instructions: Quotes are due May 15, 2015 by 4:00 PM EDT. Quotes shall be e-mailed to Patrice Denault at denault.patrice@epa.gov by the deadline. Quotes received after the required date and time will not be considered for award. Please contact the Contracting Officer, Patrice Denault, if you have any questions.

J--GE Workstation Service and Maintenance

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Ann Arbor Health Care System | Published October 5, 2015
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LIMITED SOURCES JUSTIFICATION ORDER >$150,000 FAR PART 8.405-6 2237 Transaction # or Vista Equipment Transaction #: 553-16-1-139-0004 This acquisition is conducted under the authority of the Multiple Award Schedule Program. The material or service listed in par. 3 below is sole source, therefore, consideration of the number of contractors required by FAR Subpart 8.4 - Federal Supply Schedules, is precluded for the reasons indicated below. Restricted to the following source: Provide original manufacturer's name for material or contractor's name for service. (If a sole source manufacturer distributes via dealers, ALSO provide dealer information.) Manufacturer/Contractor: GE Healthcare Manufacturer/Contractor POC & phone number: Mfgr/Contractor Address: Dealer/Rep address/phone number: 1 The requested material or service represents the minimum requirements of the Government. (1) AGENCY AND CONTRACTING ACTIVITY: Department of Veterans Affairs John D Dingell, VAMC_______________ 4646 John R. Detroit, MI 48201______ VISN: 11_____________________________ (2) NATURE AND/OR DESCRIPTION OF ACTION BEING APPROVED: The Contractor shall provide all parts, labor, equipment, materials, supervision, and technical manuals necessary to perform preventive maintenance and emergency repair work on the radiology GE medical equipment for the John D Dingell VAMC. Request task order contract against already FSS contract (V797P-6019B). (3) (a) A DESCRIPTION OF THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICES REQUIRED TO MEET THE AGENCY'S NEED: " Telephone diagnostic and repair support Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. " All Labor & Travel coverage Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., local time, " 4 to 6 hour response time " Annual service contract to maintain the following equipment: 1.System ID: 313576AW01 GE WORKSTATION,ADVANTAGE WORKSTATION 4.4(WNH440) 2. System ID: 313576AW1 GE WORKSTATION,ADVANTAGE WORKSTATION 4.4(WNH440) 3.System ID: 313576CTRT01 GE CT, LIGHTSPEED RT 16 (16 SLICE) (CSPE20) 4.System ID: 313576P500A GE XR, PRECISION 500D, (XRF119) 5.System ID: 313576DWS GE XR, DEFINIUM 8000 - 1 DET, (XRA589) 6.System ID: 313576MR GE MR, 1.5T HDxt ECHOSPEED (NON-MOBILE), (MSF053) 7.System ID: 313576MRC GE MR, MR MAGNET MAINTENANCE AND CRYOGEN, (MSC28Z) 8.System ID: 313576MRCH1 GE MR, GE CHILLER - AIRSYS, ELLIS, (MAIRSY) 9.System ID: 313576MRUPS GE MV PR, GE DIGITAL ENERGY UPS 100 KVA, (SGE101) 10.System ID: 313576DWS2 GE XR, DISCOVERY XR650 1-D, (XRA604) 11.System ID: 313576XR650 GE XR, DISCOVERY XR650 2-D, (XRA606) 12.System ID: 313576D656A GE XR, DISCOVERY XR656 2-D Shared, (XRA612) 13.System ID: 313576D656AFP1 GE XR, FlashPad - Digital Wireless Detector, (X#0D7A) 14.System ID: 313576D656AFP2 GE XR, FlashPad - Digital Wireless Detector, (X#0D7A) 15.System ID: 313576D656B GE XR, DISCOVERY XR656 2-D Shared, (XRA612) 16.System ID: 313576D656BFP1 GE XR,FlashPad - Digital Wireless Detector, (X#0D7A) 17.System ID: 313576D656BFP2 GE XR, FlashPad - Digital Wireless Detector, (X#0D7A) 18.System ID: 313576P6 GE XR, AMX4+ AND PRIOR, (XMB002) 19.System ID: 313576P7 GE XR, AMX4+ AND PRIOR, (XMB002) 20.System ID: 313576P8 GE XR, AMX4+ AND PRIOR, (XMB002) 21.System ID: 313576P9 GE XR, AMX4+ AND PRIOR, (XMB002) 22.System ID: 313576P10 GE XR, AMX4+ AND PRIOR, (XMB002) 23.System ID: OEC861827 GE XR, OEC MINI 6800, (XMS544) 24.System ID: TBD SN E2-3756 GE XR, OEC SERIES 9900 Motorized MTS/CARDIAC, (XMS594) 25.System ID: OECE21656 GE XR, OEC SERIES 9900 ELITE, (X#323H) (b) ESTIMATED DOLLAR VALUE: $528,926.00 (c) REQUIRED DELIVERY DATE: Period of Performance: 10/1/2015 - 9/30/2016 (4) IDENTIFICATION OF THE JUSTIFICATION RATIONALE (SEE FAR 8.405-6), AND IF APPLICABLE, A DEMONSTRATION OF THE PROPOSED CONTRACTOR'S UNIQUE QUALIFICATIONS TO PROVIDE THE REQUIRED SUPPLY OR SERVICE. 1 Specific characteristics of the material or service that limit the availability to a sole source (unique features, function of the item, etc.). Describe in detail why only this suggested source can furnish the requirements to the exclusion of other sources. Proprietary knowledge and information is required in order to properly maintain, repair, and certify the systems in service at our facility. In addition, the software run on the units are proprietary to GE. Only GE Healthcare can perform the required maintenance and repairs on this equipment. 1 A patent, copyright or proprietary data limits competition. The proprietary data is: (If FAR 8.405-6(a)(2)iii before posting. Do not include specific proprietary data. Only mention the type of equipment, procedure, etc. to show that proprietary supplies or services are being procured.) Equipment is proprietary and can only be serviced by GE at this time. Existing equipment is GE brand, which requires the GE company to service and maintain per VA and FSS contract V797P-6019B. 1 These are "direct replacements" parts/components for existing equipment. We may require a direct replacement part which will be covered under this new task order contract. 0 The material/service must be compatible in all aspects (form, fit and function) with existing systems presently installed/performing. Describe the equipment/function you have now and how the new item/service must coordinate, connect, or interface with the existing system. 1 The new work is a logical follow-on to an original Federal Supply Schedule order provided that the original order was placed in accordance with the applicable Federal Supply Schedule ordering procedures. The original order must not have been previously issued under sole source or limited source procedures. This is a follow-up contract to V797P-6019B. 0 An urgent and compelling need exists, and following the ordering procedures would result in unacceptable delays. (5) DESCRIBE WHY YOU BELIEVE THE ORDER REPRESENTS THE BEST VALUE CONSISTENT WITH FAR 8.4 TO AID THE CONTRACTING OFFICER IN MAKING THIS BEST VALUE DETERMINATION: GE Healthcare is the original equipment manufacturer and is the only source that possesses proprietary knowledge necessary to properly conduct preventive maintenance and repairs of the equipment in service. Furthermore, replacements parts need to be original parts from the manufacturer, which is in a position to offer a discount on parts not covered by the maintenance agreement. The service contract costs for this equipment have been negotiated and a FSS contract has been established for this work. The FSS contract number is V797P-6019B. The price has been determined to be fair and reasonable based on established NAC FSS pricing. If we were to compete this it would require replacing all equipment which could not be recovered through competition which makes this the Best Value. Maintenance and repair provided by another contractor would void the warranty. (6) DESCRIBE THE MARKET RESEARCH CONDUCTED AMONG SCHEDULE HOLDERS AND THE RESULTS OR A STATEMENT OF THE REASON MARKET RESEARCH WAS NOT CONDUCTED: No further market research was conducted once it was determined that the original equipment manufacturer was the only source that possesses proprietary information necessary to properly repair and maintain the equipment for service. The Contracting Officer's Representative has contacted the vendor and received the appropriate quote. (7) ANY OTHER FACTS SUPPORTING THE JUSTIFICATION: (8) A STATEMENT OF THE ACTIONS, IF ANY, THE AGENCY MAY TAKE TO REMOVE OR OVERCOME ANY BARRIERS THAT LED TO THE RESTRICTED CONSIDERATION BEFORE ANY SUBSEQUENT ACQUISITION FOR THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICES IS MADE: In the future, we will conduct market research to determine if there are any updates to the FSS contract. (9) REQUIREMENTS CERTIFICATION: I certify that the requirement outlined in this justification is a Bona Fide Need of the Department of Veterans Affairs and that the supporting data under my cognizance, which are included in the justification, are accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that processing of this limited sources justification restricts consideration of Federal Supply Schedule contractors to fewer than the number required by FAR Subpart 8.4. (This signature is the requestor's supervisor, fund control point official, chief of service or someone with responsibility and accountability.) SIGNATURE DATE NAME TITLE SERVICE LINE/SECTION FACILITY (10) APPROVALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE VHAPM, Volume 6, Chapter VI: OFOC SOP: This part if filled out by Contracting Staff as part of the Justification a. CONTRACTING OFFICER'S CERTIFICATION (required): I certify that the foregoing justification is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. CONTRACTING OFFICER'S SIGNATURE DATE ______________________________ NAME AND TITLE FACILITY b. Director of Contracting/DESIGNEE: I certify that the foregoing justification is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. SIGNATURE DATE NAME NCO/PCO X Director of Contracting

B--Phytoplankton analysis of 60 samples

Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey | Published August 7, 2015  -  Deadline August 13, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice.The solicitation number is 0040226768 and is issued as an invitation for bids (IFB), unless otherwise indicated herein.The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-83-2. The associated North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code for this procurement is 541380 with a small business size standard of $15.00M.This requirement is a [ Small Business ] set-aside and only qualified offerors may submit bids.The solicitation pricing on www.FedBid.com will start on the date this solicitation is posted and will end on 2015-08-13 17:00:00.0 Eastern Time or as otherwise displayed at www.FedBid.com.FOB Destination shall be Ann Arbor, MI 48105 The US Geological Survey requires the following items, Meet or Exceed, to the following: LI 001: Services, non-personal, to provide all plant equipment, labor, travel, and materials (unless otherwise provided herein) necessary for the analysis of 60 water samples for phytoplankton abundance, biomass, and community structure by microscopy by the contractor and data transmission to the USGS Great Lakes Science Center in accordance with the attached Work Statement., 60, EA; Solicitation and Buy Attachments ***Question Submission: Interested offerors must submit any questions concerning the solicitation at the earliest time possible to enable the Buyer to respond. Questions must be submitted by using the 'Submit a Question' feature at www.fedbid.com. Questions not received within a reasonable time prior to close of the solicitation may not be considered.*** For this solicitation, US Geological Survey intends to conduct an online competitive reverse auction to be facilitated by the third-party reverse auction provider, FedBid, Inc. FedBid has developed an online, anonymous, browser based application to conduct the reverse auction. An Offeror may submit a series of pricing bids, which descend in price during the specified period of time for the aforementioned reverse auction. US Geological Survey is taking this action in an effort to improve both vendor access and awareness of requests and the agency's ability to gather multiple, competed, real-time bids.All responsible Offerors that respond to this solicitation MUST submit the pricing portion of their bid using the online exchange located at www.FedBid.com. There is no cost to register, review procurement data or make a bid on www.FedBid.com.Offerors that are not currently registered to use www.FedBid.com should proceed to www.FedBid.com to complete their free registration. Offerors that require special considerations or assistance may contact the FedBid Helpdesk at 877-9FEDBID (877-933-3243) or via email at clientservices@fedbid.com. Offerors may not artificially manipulate the price of a transaction on www.FedBid.com by any means. It is unacceptable to place bad faith bids, to use decoys in the www.FedBid.com process or to collude with the intent or effect of hampering the competitive www.FedBid.com process.Should offerors require additional clarification, notify the point of contact or FedBid at 877-9FEDBID (877-933-3243) or clientservices@fedbid.com.Use of FedBid: Buyers and Sellers agree to conduct this transaction through FedBid in compliance with the FedBid Terms of Use. Failure to comply with the below terms and conditions may result in offer being determined as non-responsive. New Equipment ONLY; NO remanufactured or "gray market" items. All items must be covered by the manufacturer's warranty. Bid MUST be good for 30 calendar days after close of Buy. Shipping must be free on board (FOB) destination CONUS (Continental U.S.), which means that the seller must deliver the goods on its conveyance at the destination specified by the buyer, and the seller is responsible for the cost of shipping and risk of loss prior to actual delivery at the specified destination. This solicitation requires registration with the System for Award Management (SAM) prior to award, pursuant to applicable regulations and guidelines. Registration information can be found at www.sam.gov. The offeror must provide within its offer the number of days required to make delivery after it receives a purchase order from the buyer. No partial shipments are permitted unless specifically authorized at the time of award. The full text of the referenced FAR clauses may be accessed electronically at http://www.acqnet.gov/far. A seller must have a current registration in the following databases to receive this award: 1. SAM Requirement The USGS requires registration with the System for Award Management prior to receipt of order. Information can be found at www.sam.gov. 2. FEDCONNECT Requirement Awards will be made to vendors registered in the FedConnect database. Vendors may complete registration in FedConnect at https://www.fedconnect.net. 3. IPP Requirement Electronic Invoicing and Payment Requirements - Internet Payment Platform (lPP) (September 2011) Payment requests must be submitted electronically through the U. S. Department of the Treasury's Internet Payment Platform System (IPP). "Payment request" means any request for contract financing payment or invoice payment by the Contractor. To constitute a proper invoice, the payment request must comply with the requirements identified in the applicable Prompt Payment clause included in the contract, or the clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items included in commercial item contracts. The IPP website address is: https://www.ipp.gov. Under this contract, the following documents are required to be submitted as an attachment to the IPP invoice: A copy of the Contractor?s internally generated invoice The Contractor must use the IPP website to register, access and use IPP for submitting requests for payment. The Contractor Government Business Point of Contact (as listed in CCR) will receive enrollment instructions via email from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (FRBB) within 3 - 5 business days of the contract award date. Contractor assistance with enrollment can be obtained by contacting the IPP Production Helpdesk via email ippgroup@bos.frb.org or phone (866) 973-3131. If the Contractor is unable to comply with the requirement to use IPP for submitting invoices for payment, the Contractor must submit a waiver request in writing to the Contracting Officer with its proposal or quotation. The selected seller must comply with the attached Clauses and Provisions for commercial item terms and conditions, which are incorporated herein by reference: FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to vendors - Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition; FAR 52.212-3, Vendor Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items - the selected vendor must submit a completed copy of the listed representations and certifications; 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, paragraph (a) and the attached Clauses and Provisions. The full text of the referenced FAR clauses may be accessed electronically at http://www.acqnet.gov/far. (a) In accordance with sections 433 and 434 of Division E of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012 (Pub. L. 112-74), none of the funds made available by the Act may be used to enter into a contract with any corporation that - (1) Was convicted (or had an officer or agent of such corporation acting on behalf of the corporation convicted) of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 months, where the awarding agency is aware of the conviction, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation, or such officer or agent and made a determination that this further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government. (2) Has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, where the awarding agency is aware of the unpaid tax liability, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and made a determination that this further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government. (b) The Offeror certifies that - (1) It is not a corporation that was convicted (or had an officer or agent of such corporation acting on behalf of the corporation convicted) of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 months; (2) It is not a corporation that has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability. Bid packages submitted in response to this FedBid Buy will be evaluated based upon the following non-price or non-cost factors, which are of equal importance. Factor (A) Past Performance: Sellers shall submit not less than three references for services performed during the past three years. Each reference shall include: the company or agency name, address, contract or order number, point(s) of contract phone number and email address(es); Factor (B) Technical Capabilities and Experience: Seller must provide a narrative not to exceed three pages that describes their experience in identification and analysis of Great Lakes phytoplankton and their capabilities to perform the services described in the attached Work Statement; AND Factor (C) Quality Control Plan: Contractor shall include their quality control plan for sample control and analysis. Award shall be made to the vendor whose offer, conforming to this buy, is determined to be the most advantages to the government, cost or price and the other non-cost or non-price factors listed above. In determining which bid offers the greatest value or advantage to the Government, overall non-price merit will be considered more important than price or cost. The degree of importance of price or cost as an evaluation factor will increase with the degree of equality in the non-price merits of the bids. Between acceptable offers with a significant difference in non-price merit, a determination will be made as to whether the additional non-price merit or benefits reflected by a higher priced bid warrants payment of the additional price or cost. The USGS is committed to promoting the natural environment and protecting the health and well-being of people. In the performance of work under this contract, the Contractor shall exert its best efforts to provide services in a manner that will promote the natural environment and protect health and well-being. Green purchasing or environmentally preferable contracting included the initiatives described below: Alternative Fuels and Vehicles are described at http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/ Biobased Products are described at http://www.biopreferred.gov/ Energy efficient products are described at http://energystar.gov/products for Energy Star products and at http://www.eere.energy.gov/femp/procurement for FEMP designated products. Environmentally Preferable Computers are described at http://www.epeat.net Non-Ozone Depleting Products are described at http://www.epa.gov/Ozone/snap/index.html Recycled Products are described at http://epa.gov/cpg Water efficient products are described at http://epa.gov/watersense/

65--VISN 11 VISN Wide Cardiology DINS PACS Mr. Marlon Powell

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Acquisition Center | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline November 14, 2014
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VISN 11 RFI-PWS Draft FBO POSTING All vendors are requested to review the entire attached Draft Performance Work Statement Request For Information (RFI), which opens on 10/31/2014 and closes 11/14/2014, 4:00pm CST 1. No confidentiality forms or cost or pricing information is required from vendors as part of the RFI response. No offers are requested from vendors at this time, and no proprietary information required. This RFI is for marketing research purposes. 2. The Government's intent is to obtain general information from the vendors concerning their product and the draft Performance Work Statement (PWS); and vendors may ask general questions addressed to the Government. Participating vendors are required to read the entire PWS. Vendors may make suggestions and comments. The Governments' will respond back to vendors in writing to vendors questions related to the PWS. These written answers to vendors' questions and comment will be the official communications between Government and vendors'. The Government will publish all answers to vendor questions after the RFI has closed. The RFQ will be issued immediately after the RFI has closed. Vendors' questions should address the areas and topics contained in the Draft PWS and Functional Requirements Worksheet and highlight other relevant key features of the vendor system. This procurement is for one base and 4 option years. The Government reserves the right to exercise any or all option years. The Contracting Officer will send all written vendors' questions to the Integrated Product Team (IPT) Chairperson for coordination purposes before issuance of final PWS/RFQ Solicitation. All offers must monitor Federal Business Opportunity for dates for proposal submittal. 3. The RFQ will open for 30 calendar days (TBD)/2014 closing date (TBD)/2014. All proposals will be due on or before (TBD)/2014. No offers will be accepted after due date (TBD)/2014 3:00pm CST. Please be advised that the VA is planning to have a technical evaluation of all vendors' technical proposals. Technical proposal submission and the appropriate language and other information will be included in the RFQ that is now being drafted. NOTE: Department of Veterans Affairs VISN 11 requires that all vendors be on the DIN PACS III contract Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support (DLA-TS) on, or before the closing date of the RFQ posting date (TBD)/2014 Closing date (TBD)/2014. All proposals are due to the Contracting Officer. Marlon Powell Contract Specialist as stated in the RFQ once issued. You may contact me via email marlon.powell@va.gov or by phone (708)786-4927. RFQ #VA797N-14-Q-0013 VETERANS INTEGRATED SERVICE NETWORK (VISN 11) Consolidated Picture Archive and Communications System (PACS) POC: MARLON POWELL PO BOX 76 HINES, IL 60141 marlon.powell@va.gov (708) 786-4927 Cardiology Information PACS System Date: April 11, 2014 PWS Version Number: 1.0 Table of Contents 1.0 Background 4 1.1 General Project Description 4 1.2 Purpose of Project 5 2.0 List of Cardiology Equipment per Site 6 3.0 List of Users By Site 7 4.0 Definitions/Glossary of Terms 7 5.0 Tasks/ Requirements 8 5.1 General Requirements 8 5.2 Ease Of Use 10 5.3 Data Management/ Connectivity 11 5.4 Technical Requirements 12 5.5 Data Security 15 5.6 Customer Service/ Support/ Training 16 5.7 Maintenance (during warranty and extended warranty period) 17 5.8 Future Updates 17 5.9 Other Requirements 17 6.0 Deliverables/ Delivery Schedule 17 6.1 What Contractor Will Provide 17 6.2 Contractor's Responsibilities 17 6.3 Specialized Expertise and Services, Training, and Documentation 17 6.4 Schedule For Delivery (quantities, where, etc) - chart ??? 18 6.5 Documentation Provided 19 7.0 ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES 19 7.1 No Substantial Clinical Use 19 7.2 Final Acceptance/Rejection Procedures 19 7.3 Final Payment 20 8.0 Period Of Performance 20 9.0 VA PERSONNEL INFORMATION 21 10.0 OTHER 21 ? BACKGROUND General Project Description The mission of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is to provide excellent healthcare services to veterans of the United States. The National Acquisition Centers, National Contracting Division, Contracting Office (NAC) is seeking competitive proposals from prospective contractors to provide, install and implement a turnkey VISN 11 Cardiology Information PACS System solution. This will be a straight purchase acquisition. Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) have been acquired and implemented in various configurations within VHA. It is beneficial to establish a standardized VISN-wide PACS with a common interface standard in order to, at a minimum, facilitate the care of patients referred amongst facilities within VISN 11, to ensure interface compatibility with the Veterans Health Information and Technology Architecture (VistA) and to share technical equipment expertise within VISN 11 straight purchase systems. The adoption of PACS in VHA is now nearly universal. PACS speeds health care decisions by making images available anywhere in the medical facility as soon as the image is acquired. PACS were initially acquired as independent systems at each Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical center. The process of transferring a study from one independent VA medical center PACS to another is laborious. It requires an order for the study to be placed at the second medical center, which results in duplicate medical record entry. More recently PACS have been acquired as a single system for the entire VISN. In this configuration, images are automatically shared across the VISN eliminating the need for an order to be placed in multiple VistA systems. In order to ensure this multi-facility interoperability, an enhanced HL7 interface has been developed. This interface improves on the older interface by ensuring that truly unique case numbers and study instances are generated by VistA. Unique identification is necessary to ensure compliance with the Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine (DICOM) standard and is necessary when VISN 11 decides to transmit all studies to a Vendor Neutral and/or national archive. Competition for this RFQ shall be restricted to Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Digital Imaging Network Picture Archive and Communications Systems (DIN PACS) III contract holders who are awardees as of the due date for receipt of offers. DIN-PACS III awardees may submit a bid, however, the successful offeror must be on the approved HL7 list at the time of the offer due date. Please use the following link for additional information: https://www.va.gov/IMAGING/HL7.asp. The VA will reject any proposals that are not HL7 approved at the time of the offer due date. The VA will not return such proposals and will dispose of them. Vendors will be allowed to make site visits for information purposes only. The Government will not be under any obligations at the time of vendors' site visits. Site visit will only be for information, questions, answering, oral presentations, and demo sessions. Purpose of Project Replace disparate Cardiac Catheterization and Echocardiography image management systems with a single, comprehensive VISN 11 Cardiology Information PACS System that provides open access to image interpretation and comparison, image capturing workstations, acquisition, viewing, archiving, and structured reporting regardless of where exams are performed. This shall include the software application and licenses, relevant hardware, including but not limited to VISN 11 redundant central archive medical device server, local servers, and local workstations, interfaces to medical devices, interfaces to VA's CPRS/ VistA, and interfaces to other systems. The scope of this initiative includes seven Medical Centers within VISN 11. This project enables VISN 11 to consolidate cardiology studies and patient monitoring sources on a standard computerized format, facilitating multiple data type integration from a diverse range of cardiology modalities and systems. 1.1.1 A migration plan with associated costs and timeline for comprehensive storage of existing digital archives (includes CDs) with verification of data - ability to read and migrate DICOM compatible CDs to a Vendor Neutral Archive without Vendor propriety tags. The total migration capacity of existing systems is approximately 20TB. 1.1.2 The proposed system solution shall provide a single point-of-access to unify data across the cardiac care continuum including: 1.1.2.1.1 Multiple Care Venues - Cardiac specialty hospitals and centers, catheterization and EP laboratories, cardiac ultrasound, ECG, stress and Holter, cardiovascular surgery, emergency departments, cardiologist offices, congestive heart failure and lipid clinics. 1.1.2.1.2 Multiple Imaging Modalities - Cardiac ultrasounds, nuclear medicine, computed tomography, x-ray angiography, magnetic resonance, computed and digital radiography. 1.1.2.1.3 Interface Capabilities - Hemodynamics, pacemaker and ICD systems, patient monitoring devices, infusion devices, laboratory reference labs, ECG units and stress machines. How Project Relates To Other Projects All proposals must be fully compatible with a separate vendor neutral archive. Where Is Work Being Performed This proposal calls for the acquisition, installation, training and maintenance and interfacing with several common echo machine manufacturers of all cardiology equipment as well as all Cardiac Catheterization equipment within VISN 11. LIST OF CARDIOLOGY EQUIPMENT PER SITE Site Equipment Type Quantity Manufacturer Device Name/Model VA Ann Arbor Ultrasound 5 Philips IE33 Ultrasound 2 Philips CX50 Ultrasound 1 Siemens Acuson Sequoia Cardiac Cath 1 Siemens Artis Zee Single Plane Cardiac Cath 1 Siemens Axiom Artis Bi Plane EP Lab 1 GE Innova 2100 IQ Single Plane GE MAC Labs 1 GE MAC LABS Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv VA Detroit Ultrasound 3 Philips IE33 Cardiac Cath 1 Siemens Axiom Artis dFC Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv GE MAC Labs 1 GE Mac Labs VA Saginaw Ultrasound 2 Philips IE33 Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv VA Battle Creek Ultrasound 1 Philips IE33 Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv VA Indianapolis Ultrasound 4 Philips IE33 Cardiac Cath 1 Philips Allura XPER FD20 EP lab 1 Philips Allura XPER FD10/10 GE MAC Labs 1 GE Mac Labs Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv VA Danville Ultrasound 1 Philips IE33 Ultrasound 1 Siemens Acuson Sequoia Ultrasound 1 Philips i33 Cardiac Cath 1 Siemens Cath Cor Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv Prosolv VA Ft. Wayne Ultrasound 2 Philips IE33 Echo Image Mgmt. Sys 1 ProSolv ProSolv LIST OF USERS BY SITE: Site Physicians Technicians Concurrently working Ann Arbor 12 11 10 Detroit 3 5 5 Saginaw 1 1 2 Battle Creek 0 2 2 Indianapolis 8 11 4 Danville 3 4 3 Ft Wayne 3 2 5 DEFINITIONS/GLOSSARY OF TERMS " AE - Application Entity " AQL-Acceptable Quality Level " CCOW - Clinical Context Object Workgroup " CE - Cardiology Equipment " CLWS - Clinical Workstation " CPRS - Computerized Patient Record System. The GUI interface to the Department of Veterans Affairs' HER - Electronic Health Record " CO-Contracting Officer " COR - Contract Officer Representative " DICOM - Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine. A standard for distributing and viewing any kind of medical image regardless of the origin. " DXWS - Diagnostic Workstation " ePHI - Electronic Protected Health Information " HIPPA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act " HIS - Healthcare Information System " HL7 - Health Level Seven. An all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization involved in development of international healthcare standards. "HL7" is also used to refer to some of the specific standards created by the organization. HL7 and its members provide a framework (and related standards) for the exchange, integration, sharing and retrieval of electronic health information. The standards, which support clinical practice and the management, delivery, and evaluation of health services, are the most commonly used in the world. " IHE - Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise " MOU - Memorandum Of Understanding " MPPS - Mega Pixel per Second " PACS - Picture Archiving and Communication System, medical device system " PHI - Patient Health Information " PWS-Performance Work Statement " QA-Quality Assurance " QASP-Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan " RPM-Required Performance Metrics " SLA - Service Level Agreement " SOW-Statement of Work " TJC -the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations " VA - Department of Veteran Affairs " VAMC - Veterans Affairs Medical Center " VISN - Veterans Integrated Service Network. The VA is divided in to 21 VISNs (or regional authorities). " VISN 11 VA Medical Centers in Ann Arbor (MI), Detroit (MI), Battle Creek (MI), Saginaw (MI), Ft. Wayne (IN), Marion (IN), Danville (IL), and Indianapolis (IN). " VistA - Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture " VistA Imaging - An FDA-approved Image Management system used in the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare facilities nationwide. It is one of the most widely used image management systems in routine healthcare use, and is used to manage many different varieties of images associated with a patient's medical record. " VNA - Vendor Neutral Archive TASKS/ REQUIREMENTS General Requirements Diagnostic cardiac images shall be accessed by any clinical provider in VISN 11 when fully launched within VISN 11, facilitating patient care. 1.1.2.2 Use of existing echocardiography image management systems will remain in use until replacement of existing echocardiography systems occurs, the contractor will implement DICOM communication between existing systems and central repository that will enable continued use of existing systems while also enabling data sharing with the central repository, with the goal to transition to a standardized platform/ solutions. 1.1.2.3 Provide new echocardiography image management and structured reporting solutions for all VISN 11 sites. 1.1.2.4 Replace cardiac catheterization image management system at all facilities. 1.1.2.5 Integrate to CPRS to achieve an orders-driven workflow that ensures reliable sharing of patient and exam information between CPRS and the central cardiology system, access to images within CPRS via single sign-on and DICOM Modality Work list distribution. 1.1.2.6 The vendor shall describe its Technical Approach in response to this Performance Work Statement (PWS) that will meet or exceed current standards (DICOM, HL7, IHE etc.) including an itemized schedule of all milestones and deliverables, for the purposes of managing the resulting installation, implementation, modalities interfaces, training, support and the deployment of the entire Cardiology Information System including current and migrated old studies. 1.1.2.7 The vendor shall provide and implement an alternative strategy for database backup redundancy, automated failover and system recovery so that no single point of failure can cause a major breakdown to VISN 11 Cardiology Departments. The vendor shall document and meet a total system uptime of 99% monthly and individual components uptime of 95% monthly in accordance with DIN PACS III section 2.4 Uptime Calculation. Component and system downtimes will include scheduled and unscheduled outages. 1.1.2.8 The vendor shall provide the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) the ability to run activity reports that show the number of studies captured in any billing cycle, maintenance/service and error logs, both consolidated VISN wide and by site. The installation plan will be due to the COR within 15 calendar days of contract award. 1.1.2.9 The vendor shall provide the required interfaces as specified in their submitted timelines and as further defined herein for a complete turnkey product and fully functional Cardiology Information System ready to operate. Turnkey Installation is defined as the procurement, site planning, site preparation, configuration, and complete modalities interface installation of Cardiology Information Systems at all VISN 11 facilities by a single prime vendor. 1.1.2.10 Remove chaos and disparity of paper-based solutions and disparate systems. 1.1.2.11 Unify operations and data within the cardiovascular department. 1.1.2.12 Reduce transcription costs associated with dictation. 1.1.2.13 Must have FDA clearance for Picture Archiving and communication system (PACS) for the healthcare environment. All medical device system components must comply with FDA regulations for its specific classification, Class I, MDDS (Class I), Class II or Class III. Ease Of Use Cardiac Catheterization Workflow archive and retrieval from multiple venues through a single User Portal. Clinical automation needs of the invasive and non-invasive departments including the Catheterization lab, EP lab, Echo, Stress, Nuclear Medicine, and ECG departments. Streamline diagnostic and interventional workflow. Echocardiogram Reporting System with an option for sites to continue using their own echocardiogram reporting systems. Ability to retrieve patient test results through one interface simply by entering patient ID number, expediting comprehensive clinical assessment. Scalable design - A highly scalable design is required to accommodate entry level needs on up to complex departmental systems involving numerous data types; system configurability should allow a more precise match to departmental workflow needs. Retrieval of ECG for display. Retrieval of Stress test. Retrieval of Pacemaker data. Management of EP lab data. Query/Retrieval of studies from PACS. Integrated or Integration with Advanced Visualization software tools (3D). Easy retrieval of echocardiography and cardiac catheterization images. Increase access to information from multiple locations simultaneously and securely. To establish a more streamlined process for the Catheterization Lab's archiving and retrieval system. Data Management/ Connectivity Migrate legacy images from all existing imaging repositories in order to build a single, common VISN 11 Cardiology Information PACS image library. A Data Migration Plan associated with costs and timeline for comprehensive storage of existing digital archives (includes CDs) with verification of data - ability to read and migrate DICOM compatible CDs to a Vendor neutral Archive without Vendor propriety tags. Nuclear Cardiology Data Retrieval. Create, electronically sign, and finalize reports, as well as interface with CPRS/VistA. Edit and export to AVI files. Seamless integration between VISN 11 Cardiology Information PACS System and CPRS/VistA with an unlimited number of site licenses. 1.1.3 Provide an enterprise license for VISN 11, providing software support for the VISN 11 Cardiology Information PACS System server, local acquisition/caching servers, and all medical device workstations throughout the following facilities within VISN 11 - to VA Medical Centers in Ann Arbor (MI), Detroit (MI), Battle Creek (MI), Saginaw (MI), Ft. Wayne (IN), Marion (IN), Danville (IL), and Indianapolis (IN). The Cardiology Information System enterprise viewer shall come with cardiac ready-made templates, and customize templates to suit cardiology provider preferences. The Cardiology Information System shall be an open architecture Windows program providing compatibility for image direct capture with all name-brand echocardiograph ultrasounds and cardiac catheterization lab systems. The system's algorithms shall be built on a single language, facilitating multiple data type integration from a diverse range of cardiology and patient monitoring sources. Reading via a VPN connection through the hospital system. The system will operate with LAN connection speeds within the Cardiology Reading Centers and shall guarantee diagnostic quality images to be viewed in real time without any delay for any requested exam regardless of exam age, provided the image does not need to be drawn from the central archive. Technical Requirements Imaging Management Hardware Requirements: 1.1.3.1 Each facility will require a vendor provided local caching server at their facility for storage of Cardiac Catheterization images and Echocardiogram images with an option for sites to continue using their own echocardiogram reporting systems. A minimum of five (5) years of studies shall be stored on-line at the local facility. All images will be stored on-line, all the time in the VISN server. 1.1.3.2 Images will then be uploaded to the vendor provided VISN Central Archive server (VA site to be determined) which will house a cardiology acquisition, archiving, storage and retrieval server. 1.1.3.3 The Central Server archive must have enough capacity to hold at a minimum of an estimate of 20 years' worth of VISN's echocardiography and cardiac catheterization images and Clinical automation needs of the invasive and non-invasive departments including the Catheterization lab, EP lab, Echo, Stress, Nuclear Medicine, and ECG departments as well as any associated programs including a test/training account. Dedicated Medical Workstation Requirements 1.1.3.4 Shall be bidirectional and interface with CPRS/VistA Imaging: able to retrieve procedure consults from VistA (work list), and then send a report to complete the consult. 1.1.3.5 Shall analyze images and generate a report that can be sent to CPRS/VistA. Minimum Server Requirements 1.1.3.6 Vendor to provide appropriate server numbers at each location based upon their technical proposal. 1.1.3.7 The server shall be a standard rack mount. 1.1.3.8 All servers shall have a dedicated UPS. 1.1.3.9 The server shall have Technology Adapted (FATA) drives and dual ported Solid State Drives (SSD). 1.1.3.10 Shall provide support for Direct Attach connection to Windows, Unix and Linux servers, without the need for SAN switches, and have SAN support for integrated EVA iSCSI connectivity options with Windows and Linux, Apple Mac, OS X, Microsoft Windows, Sun Solaris, VMware. 1.1.3.11 The server shall have management of up to 1024 disks (256 per HBA), ranging in size from 1GB to 32TB per disk, in 1GB increments, along with Dynamic Capacity Management support to expand (in 1GB increments) and shrink LUNs up to 2TB and disk data load leveling (non-disruptive background activity). 1.1.3.12 It shall have distributed sparing of disk capacity, redundant FC-AL loops from each controller to dual disk ports, dual redundant controller operation for increased fault tolerance, and robust local and remote replication capabilities. 1.1.3.13 The server shall also be High availability with hot plug drives, power supplies, fans, and industry failover software, Multiple Bus Failover Support using industry popular multiple path software, and Battery-Back-Up for controller cache memory. Asynchronous Disk Swap (hot swap), Clustered Server Support, Mirrored Write-Back Cache Support, and read-Ahead and Adaptive Read Caching Support are also required. 1.1.3.14 The server shall have online XCS software upgrade capability and online drive firmware upgrade capability. 1.1.3.15 Other requirements include Selective Storage Presentation and SAN-based Data Zoning (through switches), and monitor and control health, end-to-end SAN performance and monitoring, storage utilization and reporting for all key SAN infrastructure including servers, storage, HBAs, switches, and applications. 1.1.3.16 Server OS shall be Microsoft 2008 R2 64Bit or higher. Software Requirements 1.1.3.17 Shall collect DICOM echocardiography and cardiac catheterization image studies from any device manufacturer. 1.1.3.18 Shall be compatible and integrate with current echocardiography and cardiac catheterization image systems already functioning at each VISN 11 site. 1.1.3.19 Integration with VistA Modality Work list- Shall query patient information directly from the CPRS/VistA system without having to handle manually inputted patient demographics. Create, electronically sign, finalize reports, as well as interface with CPRS/VistA. 1.1.3.20 Ability to function even when the network is down - images shall be captured when the network is down, and when network comes back online, the images can simply be forwarded to the local server and to the VISN 11 central archive server. 1.1.3.21 Ability to support satellite clinics and all facilities - software shall support multi-clinic sites. If a patient is seen at the Saginaw or any other site, then his/her images will be available at all the other VA sites through central backup server. 1.1.3.22 Provide DICOM Modality Work list to all DICOM compliant imaging devices. 1.1.3.23 Software is DICOM and CPRS/VistA compliant. 1.1.3.24 In order to seamlessly integrate with CPRS/VistA, acquisition imaging software shall support DICOM query/retrieve. 1.1.3.25 Provide image interpretation software for all cardiac catheterization exams performed in VISN 11. 1.1.3.26 Provide image interpretation and structured reporting software for all echocardiography exams performed in VISN 11 (phased transition). 1.1.3.27 Provide the DICOM routing and communication protocols necessary to connect the existing VISN 11 echocardiography image management systems with the central repository (supports the phased transition to a single solution without interrupting patient care). 1.1.3.28 Provide a single VISN 11 work list that enables authorized users to access all current and historical image data from anywhere regardless of where exam is performed. 1.1.3.29 Provide HL7 communication to CPRS/VistA for orders and results. 1.1.3.30 Provide URL integration with CPRS/VistA for single sign-on access to images in CPRS. 1.1.3.31 Vendor must specify and provide VA authorized virus protection software compatible with proposed system. 1.1.3.32 All software licenses shall be perpetual. There shall not be any extra licensing costs for the life of the system. Data Security Any and all saving to a local system is required to be encrypted and the entire system needs to be compliant with all VA IT and privacy regulations All medical device components, including but not limited to: workstations and servers must be in compliance with VA MDIA (Medical Device Infrastructure Architecture) as well as comply with all FDA regulations. 2.5.3 All operating system and software (Java, Dot Net framework etc.) updates "patches" along with Intrusion Protection/ Prevention, Antivirus definition files, antivirus agents shall be kept current at all times. Regular virus scans shall be executed. Designated Biomedical and/ or VA Office of Information Technology staff will confirm compliance for patching and updating and report any instances where patching did not occur appropriately. Any suspected malware, breech of data or other information assurance concern will be reported to CIO; ISO and Biomedical staff immediately along with remediation plan (ensure system architecture is isolated to prevent further harm if required). Customer Service/ Support/ Training The vendor shall provide on-site installation to implement as well as configure the cardiac PACS system. Training for the management and maintenance of the cardiac PACS software will also be provided on-site to Biomedical Engineering Staff/system administrators at each of the VISN 11 site. Due to the extent of this project it is anticipated that a minimum of 2 days of training at each site in addition to the central server sites will be required. All training, regardless of length must satisfy the requirements listed above. The vendor shall provide support materials for the training as described above. The vendor shall provide ongoing Cardiology Information System Training and support to existing and new staff. All trained personal shall be provided a complete copy of their training material. A post installation follow-up visit shall be included by the vendor in order to ensure that the operation of the Cardiology Information PACS System is optimized by all users (Cardiology, Biomedical Engineering/system administrators). Vendor shall provide technical support as well as e-mail support during clinic operation hours and off-hours for service if necessary. VPN access could be made available to the vendor with appropriate security measures. A minimum of 1 printed set and 1 digital set of user and service manuals (as per VAAR regulation AS7004 Service Data Manual (SEPT 2007) covering the system administration, network architecture, data flow diagram, operation, installation, interface/integration, configuration to each site medical equipment modalities/systems, existing networked medical devices and maintenance of all system components explaining the operational concept of the system as a whole shall be provided. Maintenance during warranty and extended warranty period shall be in accordance with DIN PACS III Appendix 6 Specifications Future Updates Vendor will provide software updates and patches to keep Cardiology Information PACS System current, at no additional cost to the government during warranty period. As new technology emerges that is compatible with DICOM, the selected system shall accommodate. 5.8.3 Hardware Lifecycle Management: Vendor shall provide a hardware end of life replacement plan. Other Requirements DELIVERABLES/ DELIVERY SCHEDULE What Contractor shall Provide Materials Rollout Schedule Migration Of Legacy Data New Studies Operations and Maintenance Contractor's Responsibilities 1.1.4 Provide onsite training, implementation services, project management and professional services necessary to complete the project successfully. Specialized Expertise and Services, Training, and Documentation 6.3.1 Vendor shall provide Biomedical Engineering technical training for two staff from each facility, including travel and lodging. 6.3.2 Vendor shall provide Information Technology technical training for two staff from each facility, including travel and lodging. Schedule For Delivery (quantities, where, etc.) Deliverables and Quantities Where/ When Delivered Delivery Schedule in Calendar Days From Date Of Award Services 1.1.4.1 Offeror's project manager is a single point of contact for the delivery of a turn-key Cardiology Information PACS System 1.1.4.2 Project Implementation teams that will install, configure, train, and test hardware and software components of the Cardiology Information PACS System. 1.1.4.3 A Project Implementation Plan for the complete assessment, planning, installation testing, training and final acceptance of a ready to use Cardiology Information PACS System. 1.1.4.4 Customized Cardiology Service clinical reports for interpretation, diagnosis, display, manipulation, printing, training, teaching, research, presentations, QC, coding, etc. 1.1.4.5 The VISN CARDIOLOGY ARCHIVE and the first site shall start (live on line) within 90 days from contract award. Each site thereafter will commence in no more than 60 days. 1.1.4.6 VA Vista, CPRS, existing and future Cardiology modalities interfaces. 1.1.4.7 User training. 1.1.4.8 System Admin training. 1.1.4.9 Full documentation. 1.1.5 Hardware 1.1.5.1 Server 1.1.5.2 Redundant / failover Server 1.1.5.3 Workstations 1.1.5.4 Switches 1.1.5.5 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 1.1.5.6 Equipment storage before installation (if required): 1.1.5.6.1 Each station shall provide storage for equipment delivered to the station before installation begins. The station will offer segregated storage for this equipment, but will not be accountable for the equipment other than receiving the equipment in its shipping boxes and moving the equipment into segregated storage. 1.1.5.6.2 Movement of the equipment from the storage location, rigging and special handling costs, if required to move the equipment from the storage area to the installation site are the contractor's responsibility. 1.1.5.6.3 The Contractor is responsible for un-crating un-boxing the equipment and all required materials. 1.1.5.6.4 Delivery shall be within 60 days and installation will be completed within 120 days after Receipt of Order (ARO) and sooner if practicable because of the critical need within VISN 11. 1.1.5.6.5 Delivery and validation of all remaining application functionality to include but not limited to: system management, study workflow, peer review, critical results communication. 1.1.5.6.6 Delivery and validation of all remaining application functionality to include but not limited to: system management, study workflow, peer review, critical results communication. 1.1.5.6.7 Vendors are required to identify their nominal standard delivery time for each item offered. The exact required delivery date shall be specified on each delivery order. 1.1.6 Software 1.1.6.1 VA IMAGE SOFTWARE 1.1.6.2 HL7 Interface specs 1.1.6.3 3RD Party Software Applications 1.1.6.4 Virus Protection software 1.1.6.5 Monitoring software Documentation Provided ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES shall be in accordance with DIN-PACS III Specifications. No Substantial Clinical Use No Substantial Clinical Use means that delivered equipment is not able to perform the basic intended clinical function in a safe manner for the purpose for which it was designed and that most or all system functionality is not present, preventing the equipment from being used properly clinically during the 30-day period. If the equipment does not meet the criteria for Substantial Clinical Use, as defined in Section IV of this clause, the system will not be accepted without formal testing under Section II, and final payment will not be issued until after the equipment satisfactorily completes formal testing. Final Acceptance/Rejection Procedures In the event the equipment is not placed in Substantial Clinical Use for thirty (30) days, or is so placed and inspected and significant deficiencies are found, within twenty one (21) calendar days after receipt of the notice of readiness for inspection, the Government shall: 1.1.6.6 accept the equipment; or 1.1.6.7 accept the equipment and request that identified defects be remedied under the contract's warranty provisions; or 1.1.6.8 request the vendor propose an equitable offset in lieu of correcting defects or rejection; or 1.1.6.9 reject and request removal of the equipment. This section VI of the Acceptance Procedures clause is not intended to affect the parties' rights and responsibilities provided in sections I through V and section VII of the Acceptance Procedures clause. When requested, the contractor shall propose offsets within five (5) calendar days. If agreement is not reached with the Government on such offsets within five (5) calendar days thereafter, additional discussion on offsets may continue at the mutual agreement of the contractor and Government, or, at the request of either party, the Government will cease any clinical use, reject and request removal of the equipment. In cases of an offset, where the equipment is accepted by the Government, the commencement of the warranty period will be established by the contracting officer. If the equipment is rejected, the Government reserves the right to a complete refund. If equipment is rejected and the contractor is requested to remove such equipment, the contractor shall completely de-install all equipment items and remove them within 10 calendar days from the Government premises at the contractor's expense. Final Payment Final payment is due within 30 calendar days after formal acceptance. In cases where the Government accepts an offset proposal, final payment (if any is owed) is due within 30 calendar days of the Government's formal acceptance of the proposal. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIN-PACS III APPENDIX 6 VA PERSONNEL INFORMATION Name Title Organization E-mail Phone Marlon Powell Contracting Officer VISN 11 Network Contracting Activity marlon.powell@va.gov (708)786-4927 Mike Johnson Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineering Service, VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System Michael.Johnson3@va.gov 734-845-5420 Jay Hall Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, Detroit VAMC Jay.Hall@va.gov 313-576-1257 Ron Chapman Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, Battle Creek VAMC Ronald.Chapman@va.gov 269-966-5600 x36102 Brian Petrella Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, Saginaw VAMC Brian.Petrella@va.gov 989-497-2500 x13877 Hammam (Joe) Hasan Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, NIHCS VAMC Hammam.Hasan@va.gov 765-674-3321 x73453 Sam Ganti Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, Danville VAMC Srinivas.Ganti@va.gov 217-554-5995 Jennifer DeFrancesco Program Manager Chief, Biomedical Engineer, Indianapolis VAMC Jennifer.DeFrancesco@va.gov 317-988-2450 OTHER Competition for this RFQ shall be restricted to Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Digital Imaging Network Picture Archive and Communications Systems (DIN PACS) III contract holders who are awardees as of the due date for receipt of offers. DIN-PACS III awardees may submit a bid, however, the successful offeror must be on the approved HL7 list at the time of the offer due date. Please use the following link for additional information: https://www.va.gov/IMAGING/HL7.asp. The VA will reject any proposals that are not HL7 approved at the time of the offer due date. The VA will not return such proposals and will dispose of them. The VA will not return pictures, documents, graphs, or interrelated requested information. Please direct any questions to Mr. Marlon Powell Contracting Officer, at e-mail: marlon.powell@va.gov. Interested parties are encouraged to submit their information as soon as possible. The deadline is November 14, 2014. Interested parties must submit information electronically. All requests for clarification or information must be submitted via email to Mr. Marlon Powell @ marlon.powell@va.gov Contracting Officer Department of Veterans Affairs National Acquisition Center, National Contracts (003A4C3). Phone: (708)786-4927.
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