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Notices for March 20-26, 2017

This update contains summaries of procurement notices issued between March 20-26, 2017 that pertain to hazardous waste, investigation and cleanup of environmental contamination, and related environmental topics. However, it does not necessarily contain EVERY notice on these topics.

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MISC ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES & SEDIMENT SAMPLING & ANALYSIS, NORTHWEST STATES, USACE SEATTLE (SRCSGT)
SOL: W68MD963019620
DUE: 040317
POC: Bonilie Lackey, Contract Specialist, bonilie.l.lackey@usace.army.mil; Caroline Mueller, Contract Specialist, caroline.b.mueller@usace.army.mil.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA67/W68MD963019620/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. This notice is a sources sought synopsis and is for information/market research purposes only; it is NOT a request for proposals, quotations, or bids. The proposed project will utilize competitive, firm-fixed-price contracts. The type of solicitation to be issued will depend upon information received in response to this sources sought. No solicitation is currently available. The purpose of this notice is to gain knowledge of potentially qualified 8(a), HUBZone, small disadvantaged, woman-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, or other small business prime contractor business sources and their size classifications relative to NAICS code 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services), with a small business size standard of $15M. Depending upon the responses in the small business categories listed above, the solicitation will be either set aside in one of the categories or issued as unrestricted. Work performed under this contract is intended to augment District/Division expertise with technical support required for Seattle District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) navigation projects and for other environmental services. Work will include utilization of established field and laboratory sampling and data collection protocols, conducting field studies, development of relevant documentation required by federal and state regulations, literature searches, and coordination with federal, state, and local agencies. Technical support for USACE navigation projects will consist primarily of studies involving sediment and biota collection, chemical and biological testing, associated environmental coordination, and preparation of required NEPA, Clean Water Act, and other compliance documents. Studies may include testing of dredged material, reference areas/sites, and dredged material disposal sites in western Washington, western Oregon, and southeastern Alaska. Work will include coordination and consultation with USACE representatives to design sampling and analysis plans, quality assurance plans, and other study and/or planning documents. Studies may include physical, chemical, and biological testing and evaluations in the marine, estuarine, and freshwater environments. Physical evaluations may include use of sediment profile imaging. Biological testing may include bioassays and bioaccumulation testing. Studies may also involve collecting sediment benthos and performing taxonomic and community structure evaluations and tissue testing. Work will require familiarity with all applicable regulations. The environmental studies to be performed under this contract will involve environmental resources and issues throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, primarily western Washington, western Oregon, northern Idaho, and western Montana. This work includes site-specific resource field examinations, field sampling, monitoring and data analyses, and reporting; NEPA environmental planning and impact assessment; and multimedia environmental compliance assessment and follow-up. RESPONSES TO THIS SOURCES SOUGHT MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 2:00 PM PT ON APRIL 3, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=b444dceb99783f32784f6be6a922494b&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/21/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Seattle.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5599

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC) TESTING (COMBINE)
SOL: SB134117RQ0226
DUE: 040317
POC: Hing Pan Wong, Hnw6@nist.gov, 301-975-6289.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOC/NIST/AcAsD/SB134117RQ0226/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotations are being requested, and a separate written solicitation document will not be issued. The solicitation is being issued using simplified acquisition procedures. THIS REQUIREMENT IS A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services), with a small business size standard of $15M. The NIST Net-Zero Energy Residential Test Facility was designed with exacting specifications for the contaminant emissions from the building materials. Specifically, these materials were selected to have low emissions of VOCs. During the first year of operation of the house, airborne VOC levels were measured approximately monthly to verify the effectiveness of the specifications and to study the VOC emissions in the newly constructed building. In the second and third years of operation, VOC concentrations were measured quarterly. Since that time, the operation of the house and its systems has been modified. To understand the impacts of these changes and to build on the information collected during the first three years of sampling, NIST requires assistance in the analysis of additional air samples to determine how the key VOCs in the house have continued to change over time. See the FedBizOpps attachment for details. The Government intends to award a Purchase Order as a result of this combined synopsis/solicitation that will include the terms and conditions. SUBMIT QUOTATIONS BY OR BEFORE 11:00 AM ET ON APRIL 3, 2017. Quotations shall remain valid for a minimum of 60 days from the date of receipt.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=9d37d28b2138b2516d12c545f1b3da10&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/24/17
SPONSOR: Department of Commerce, NIST, Acquisition Management Division, Gaithersburg, MD.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 26, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5602

HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP (COMBINE)
SOL: W912LM-17-T-8009
DUE: 040417
POC: Mikkael R. Hahn, mikkael.r.hahn.mil@mail.mil, 612-713-2613.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/NGB/DAHA21-2/W912LM-17-T-8009/listing.html
NAICS: 236220. THIS ACQUISITION IS SET ASIDE 100% FOR SMALL BUSINESS. The Contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and quality control necessary (except as specified as Government Furnished) to perform hazardous cleanup of lead and lead dust hazard in the AA&E of Room 113 in Building 631, and of cadmium and hexavalent chromium dust in Room 127 in Building 687 at the 133d Airlift Wing, Minnesota Air National Guard Base, Saint Paul, Minnesota, as defined in their respective PWSs. The contractor shall dispose of all waste generated from the remediation process. The contractor shall make a hazardous waste determination for all wastes according to Hennepin County, RCRA, and all other applicable regulations. Any material determined to be a hazardous waste must be disposed of accordingly. The contractor shall provide the 133rd Environmental Management office a copy of any hazardous waste manifests generated. Surfaces within Room 113 and property cleaned will not exceed a residual contamination level of 2.5 micrograms/100 cm2 Pb. Surfaces within Room 127 and property cleaned will not exceed a residual contamination level of 1 microgram/100 cm2 Cd and .03 micrograms/100 cm2 Cr(VI). Offerors or quoters are urged to attend the pre-proposal conference/site visit if available on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at 1:00 PM. Contractors should report to building 687, to meet with Contracting and Bioenvironmental. Please bring something to write with so you can write down any questions you may have. You are requested to submit all questions in writing within 2 days of the pre-proposal conference/site visit. Not attending the site visit will not be grounds for claims after award is made. Submit full name, date of birth, and driver's license state/number to MSgt Mikkael Hahn for any person attending the meeting by 3:00 PM CT on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. QUOTES ARE DUE BY OR BEFORE 4:00 PM CT ON APRIL 4, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=58ad24e1d70d86e6d70a32aee5e4f0b2&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/23/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau, 133 MSG/MSC, MN ANG, St. Paul, MN.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 25, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5601

HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (SRCSGT)
SOL: PAN413-17-P-9851
DUE: 040617
POC: Anthony P. Maes, Contract Specialist, anthony.p.maes.civ@mail.mil, 907-353-7127, Fax: 907-353-7302; Mark A. Puhak, Contracting Officer, mark.a.puhak.civ@mail.mil, 907-353-2463, Fax: 907-353-7302.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/notices/a3db8e5ad8e5ab21e597c0f9b2451ffa
NAICS: 562112. This sources sought is a market research tool issued to determine the interest and availabililty of firms capable of providing the services described herein prior to determining the method of acquisition and issuance of a Request for Proposal. Feedback is encouraged and appreciated. The 413th Contracting Support Brigade, Regional Contracting Office Fort Wainwright Alaska, is seeking information on sources to provide all labor, supervision, management, environmental compliance audits, materials, equipment, tools, and transportation to perform hazardous waste management services and environmental subject matter expert training in compliance with all applicable state and federal environmental laws for Fort Wainwright, AK, to include the Yukon Training Area, Tanana Flats Training Area, Donnelly Training Areas East and West (including Bolio Lake), Black Rapids Training Area, and Seward Army Recreation center in Seward, Alaska. It is anticipated that if awarded, the contract will be for a base plus one option year. The NAICS code contemplated for this service is 562112, Hazardous Waste Collection Services, with a size standard of $38.5M; however, respondents may identify other potential NAICS codes and the reasoning to support the recommendation. This notice is not designed to discourage competition from any business interested in this requirement. Given that current capabilities must be confirmed, ALL ELIGIBLE LARGE AND SMALL BUSINESSES ARE ENCOURAGED TO RESPOND. A market research questionnaire is attached to the FedBizOpps notice. Interested businesses are invited to submit the completed questionnaire to the contracting office via email to Anthony Maes, Contract Specialist, anthony.p.maes.civ@mail.mil. SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 1:00 PM ALASKA TIME ON APRIL 6, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=a3db8e5ad8e5ab21e597c0f9b2451ffa&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/23/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC, 413th CSB (W912D0) RCO Wainwright, Alaska.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 25, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5601

ASBESTOS AND LBP ABATEMENT AT USCG HARBOR FACILITY CORPUS CHRISTI, TX (COMBINE)
SOL: HSCG82-17-Q-PMV137
DUE: 040717
POC: Halim Toulas, halim.toulas@uscg.mil, 305-278-6720.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DHS/USCG/USCGCEUM/HSCG82-17-Q-PMV137/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. THIS REQUIREMENT IS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. Contractor shall provide all labor, materials, equipment, and tools to encapsulate asbestos- and lead-containing material in the main building at USCG Sector Corpus Christi, Texas. RESPONSES MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 11:59 PM ET ON APRIL 7, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=be7eb3d3f642bd792539304a38245aae&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/24/17
SPONSOR: Dept. of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit, Miami.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 26, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5602

NATIONAL RADON GAS SCREENING (COMBINE)
SOL: A17PS00382
DUE: 041017
POC: Carla Mosley, (703) 390-6605, Fax: (703) 390-6582, Carla.Mosley@bia.gov.
NAICS: 541380. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested, and a written solicitation will not be issued. The procurement will be made in accordance with the 8(a) Program and the Buy Indian Act, 25.U.S.C 47, and therefore is 100% SET-ASIDE FOR INDIAN ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES. Details of this procurement are available only on FedConnect at https://www.fedconnect.net/FedConnect/?doc=A17PS00382&agency=DOI [Note: It might be necessary to copy/paste the URL into your browser for direct access]. The Government anticipates award of a firm-fixed-price contract as a result of this RFQ. Indian Affairs (IA) and the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) have been conducting a nationwide assessment of indoor radon gas concentrations in indoor air for IA Buildings and associated staff housing (quarters). This radon gas assessment (RGA) program is designed to provide a reliable baseline regarding radon in BIA/BIE schools during normal school operation. This baseline is intended to support decision-making and resource allocation necessary to implement the 2011 Federal Radon Action Plan. IA requests proposals from qualified service providers for initial assessment of radon gas concentrations. This will be a single-award contract to complete the testing nationwide within the next 5 years. The base year to be performed during year 2017-2018 would be the Great Plains Region, with option year 1 (2018-2019) to be the Midwest Region, option year 2 (2019-2020) to be Eastern Region, option year 3 (2020-2021) to be Southern Plains, Western, and Pacific Regions, and option year 4 (2021-2022) would be the Navajo Region. Due to the large number of BIA and BIE facilities, as well as the large geographical distribution of these facilities, use of consistent methods and equipment from location to location is important. The overall radon monitoring program will span multiple years. Consistency and accuracy of the data collected is emphasized in order to provide comparable results nationwide. The majority of on-site work involved in this program takes place in active classrooms. This is necessary to assure that results reflect radon gas concentrations as they occur during regular classroom sessions. Due to the school environment, particular care must be taken to minimize disruption to classroom activities. Contractor shall have direct proven experience successfully performing work without compromising ongoing sensitive operations and will work closely with BIA personal as well as school administration and maintenance staff. QUOTES MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE 3:00 PM ET ON MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=d3e821bfbd191b16284b80e9102d8d18&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/21/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, BIA - DAPM, Reston, VA.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5599

WATER QUALITY DATA & SAMPLE COLLECTION (COMBINE)
SOL: W912QR-17-T-0036
DUE: 041117
POC: Kelly B. Maxwell, kelly.b.maxwell@usace.army.mil.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA27/W912QR-17-T-0036/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. THIS PROCUREMENT IS 100% SET-ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS, NAICS 541620 ($15M Size Standard). The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Louisville District has a requirement for the collection of water quality data and samples in streams and reservoirs at 20 Louisville District reservoir basins during the 2017 sampling season, and for delivery of these samples to contracted analytical laboratories or the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR), as specified within the solicitation. One award will be made from this Solicitation. RESPONSES ARE DUE BY OR BEFORE 10:00 AM ET ON APRIL 11, 2017. To download the solicitation for this project, contractors are required to register at the FedBizOpps website.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=dbc38eaab04259c9c79250e8edf08e71&tab=core&_cview=1
Posted: 03/20/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Louisville.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 22, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5598

HAZADOUS WASTE DISPOSAL, LABORATORY ANALYSIS AND EMERGENCY SERVICES (COMBINE)
SOL: N0013-17-Q-CP08
DUE: 041917
POC: Carol A Parnell, carol.parnell@nrl.navy.mil, 202-404-2828, Fax: 202-767-6197; Malisa E. Mitchell, Contract Specialist, Malisa.Mitchell@nrl.navy.mil, 202-767-0397.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DON/ONR/N00173/N0013-17-Q-CP08/listing.html
NAICS: 562211. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested, and a written solicitation will not be issued. The period of performance shall be from 26 Apr 2017 through 25 Apr 2018 with 4 one-year options. The services shall be performed at the following locations: Naval Research Laboratory (DC), Navy Technology Center (Mobile, AL), Blossom Point (MD), Chesapeake Beach Detachment (MD), Tilghman Island (MD), Pax River (MD), Pomonkey (La Plata, MD), Quantico Midway Research Center (VA), and John C. Stennis Space Center (MS). Work at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) makes it necessary to utilize a very large variety of chemicals and conduct laboratory processes that produce surplused or unwanted chemicals and hazardous waste. Chemicals and hazardous waste are transported to and stored in an EPA-compliant holding facility by NRL personnel. On a regular basis, it is necessary to have hazardous waste chemicals and containers removed by a qualified contractor. On a relatively regular basis, it also is necessary to employ the services of a qualified contractor to decontaminate installed contaminated plumbing, laboratory fume hoods, and laboratory equipment so that it can be disposed of properly and legally by the NRL. In the unusual event of a chemical-related emergency, the incident is typically mitigated by local fire department responders and cleaned up by NRL's Emergency Response Unit; occasionally it is necessary to obtain additional support from a qualified contractor for cleanup and disposal. The Contractor shall provide NRL with the necessary labor, supervision, equipment, materials, packing, containers, labels, packing slips, land disposal restriction documents, and manifests (State and Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest). The Contractor shall perform tasks designated by the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) to accomplish the sorting, sampling, stabilization, packaging, profiling, labeling manifesting, transportation, and off-site (off NRL property) treatment or disposal. Items designated by the COR may be hazardous waste, waste chemicals, chemically contaminated equipment laboratory equipment and installed plumbing systems, and biological hazardous waste or regulated medical waste containing heavy metals. Radioactive material, asbestos, and explosives are excluded from this contract. OFFERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 4:00 PM ET ON APRIL 19, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=183c995aec14e649bab06ed63c62c05c&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/21/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5599

HAZARDOUS WATE DISPOSAL, LABORATORY ANALYSIS AND EMERGENCY SEVICES (COMBINE)
SOL: N00173-17-Q-CP09
DUE: 042017
POC: Carol A Parnell, carol.parnell@nrl.navy.mil, 202-404-2828, Fax: 202-767-6197; Malisa E. Mitchell, Contract Specialist, Malisa.Mitchell@nrl.navy.mil, 202-767-0397.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DON/ONR/N00173/N00173-17-Q-CP09/listing.html
NAICS: 562211. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested, and a written solicitation will not be issued. The period of performance shall be from 26 Apr 2017 through 25 Apr 2018 with 4 one-year options. The services shall be performed at the following locations: Naval Research Laboratory (DC), Navy Technology Center (Mobile, AL), Blossom Point (MD), Chesapeake Beach Detachment (MD), Tilghman Island (MD), Pax River (MD), Pomonkey (La Plata, MD), Quantico Midway Research Center (VA), and John C. Stennis Space Center (MS). Work at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) makes it necessary to utilize a very large variety of chemicals and conduct laboratory processes that produce surplused or unwanted chemicals and hazardous waste. Chemicals and hazardous waste are transported to and stored in an EPA-compliant holding facility by NRL personnel. On a regular basis, it is necessary to have hazardous waste chemicals and containers removed by a qualified contractor. On a relatively regular basis, it also is necessary to employ the services of a qualified contractor to decontaminate installed contaminated plumbing, laboratory fume hoods, and laboratory equipment so that it can be disposed of properly and legally by the NRL. In the unusual event of a chemical-related emergency, the incident is typically mitigated by local fire department responders and cleaned up by NRL's Emergency Response Unit; occasionally it is necessary to obtain additional support from a qualified contractor for cleanup and disposal. The Contractor shall provide NRL with the necessary labor, supervision, equipment, materials, packing, containers, labels, packing slips, land disposal restriction documents, and manifests (State and Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest). The Contractor shall perform tasks designated by the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) to accomplish the sorting, sampling, stabilization, packaging, profiling, labeling manifesting, transportation, and off-site (off NRL property) treatment or disposal. Items designated by the COR may be hazardous waste, waste chemicals, chemically contaminated equipment laboratory equipment and installed plumbing systems, and biological hazardous waste or regulated medical waste containing heavy metals. Radioactive material, asbestos, and explosives are excluded from this contract. OFFERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 12:30 PM ET ON APRIL 20, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=c565ea31abade766aeafcfdc27c78453&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/22/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 24, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5600

EMERGENCY AND RAPID ANALYSIS OF HAZARDOUS TOXIC RADIOACTIVE WASTE (HTRW) SAMPLES (SRCSGT)
SOL: W912P9-17-X-LABSVCS
DUE: 042117
POC: Danielle Gainey, Contracting Officer, danielle.m.gainey@usace.army.mil, 314-331-8520.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/notices/b3a3e746b04b71d19d708b01718e99f6
NAICS: 541380. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, is seeking businesses that are capable of providing emergency and rapid analysis of Hazardous Toxic Radioactive Waste (HTRW) samples for the St. Louis District Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) program. This announcement is for information and planning purposes only and is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government, implied or otherwise, to issue a solicitation or make a contract award. The sole purpose of this notice is to identify potential SAM Database-registered businesses that are interested and capable of performing this work. Any future solicitation for the nature of work described in this sources sought is subject to the availability of funds. The Prime Contractor laboratory shall be, at the time of proposal submittal, capable of performing the following analyses on water and solid samples: volatile organics (8260B), semivolatile organics (8270C), organochlorine pesticides (8081A), polychlorinated biphenyls (8082), herbicides (8151A), explosives (8330), full-suite TCLP (1311), and TAL metals (ICP trace/GFAA). Additionally, the laboratory shall be able to perform the required radiochemical analyses to include alpha and gamma spectroscopy, and kinetic phosphorescence analysis (KPA). Environmental laboratory services are to be provided only by laboratories compliant with the most recently published version of the DoD Quality Systems Manual (QSM) and holding a current NELAP accreditation for all appropriate fields-of-testing The laboratory shall submit, in a timely manner, the self-declaration forms (including supporting documentation), as well as information related to NELAP accreditation. SUBMIT RESPONSES VIA EMAIL BY OR BEFORE 10:00 AM CT ON APRIL 21, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=b3a3e746b04b71d19d708b01718e99f6&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/21/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District St. Louis.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 23, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5599

INDOOR FIRING RANGE CLEANUP AND LEAD ABATEMENT (COMBINE)
SOL: FA466417R0008
DUE: 042117
POC: Diana J Stevenson-Luna, Contract Specialist, diana.stevenson-luna@us.af.mil, 951-655-3116, Fax: 951-655-5753; Reynaldo P. Elauria, Contracting Officer, reynaldo.elauria@us.af.mil, (951) 655-4331, Fax: (951) 655-3772.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/AFRC/452LSSLGC/FA466417R0008/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written Solicitation (SF-1449) Number FA4664-17-R-0008, RFP is issued as an attachment to the FedBizOpps notice. THIS RFP REQUIREMENT IS ISSUED AS A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE ACQUISITION [NOTE: The text of the FedBizOpps notice specifies only small business; the solicitation document itself specifies a WOMAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS] under NAICS code 562910, with a small business size standard of $20.5M. The contractor shall provide non-personal services to include all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and services necessary to ensure hazardous waste maintenance and lead abatement services are performed at March Air Reserve Base (ARB), California in accordance with the Performance Work Statement (PWS - also an attachment to the FedBizOpps notice). This requirement is a performance-based, firm-fixed-price (FFP) contract; the period of performance will be a single base year, with four sequential 12-month options; if necessary, an additional 6-month option may be exercised. Specific instructions for preparing the proposal and evaluation basis for award are provided in the SF-1449 solicitation package. A site visit is scheduled for 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM PT on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Arrangements to attend must be made with the POC by 3:00 PM PT on April 3. OFFERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY OR BEFORE 3:00 PM PT ON APRIL 21, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=221abe6b14151b802f1ca878312cb267&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/22/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Reserve Command, 452 Operational Contracting Office, March ARB, CA.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 24, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5600

OB/OD GROUND WATER TOXICITY MONITORING (PRESOL)
SOL: W911KF-17-Q-0029
POC: Tamula McCombs, Contract Specialist, tamula.c.mccombs.civ@mail.mil, 256-235-6904; Yvonne Land, Chief Contracting Division, yvonne.s.land.civ@mail.mil, 256-235-7124.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/notices/e41c6db5ef5275b6db0bd8ee7ede78c6
NAICS: 562910. THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET-ASIDE 100% FOR SMALL BUSINESS to provide open burn/open detonation (OB/OD) groundwater toxicity monitoring. The equipment is located at the Anniston Army Depot Anniston, AL 36201-4199. The NAICS code is 562910; size standard is $20.5M. This solicitation will be issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.502 and 5.102(a); therefore no hardcopies will be provided. Proposals submitted must be in electronic format as stated in the solicitation. Vendors wishing an electronic copy may download it on or after the issue date at FedBizOpps. THE ESTIMATED RFP ISSUE DATE IS APRIL 6, 2017.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=e41c6db5ef5275b6db0bd8ee7ede78c6&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/22/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC - WRN (W911KF)(ANAD),
PUBLICATION DATE: March 24, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5600

CALLAHAN MINE SUPERFUND SITE, BROOKSVILLE, ME (PRESOL)
SOL: W912WJ17R0005
POC: Jessica Loc, Contract Specialist, jessica.r.loc@usace.army.mil, 978-318-8678.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA33/W912WJ17R0005/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District will be issuing a Request for Proposal for an IDIQ Remediation Services Task Order Contract for the Callahan Mine Superfund Site in Brooksville Maine. The total value of the contract is not to exceed $45M with a 5-year ordering period. THIS WILL BE A SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, Best Value Trade-off award. The NAICS code for the work is 562910 (size standard 750 employees). The contract will be a cost-reimbursable type contract with some firm-fixed-price contract line items. This will be a performance-based procurement with specific outcomes defined in each negotiated task order. There is no limit on the number of Task Orders that may be executed, but in no case shall the sum of all Task Orders executed exceed $45M. The Government is obligated to satisfy a minimum guaranteed amount of not less than $300,000 over the life of the contract. The former Callahan Mine site was an open-pit mine developed in Goose Pond, a shallow tidal estuary of about 75 acres in the town of Brooksville, Maine. From 1968 through 1972, about five million tons of waste rock and 800,000 tons of ore-bearing rock were mined from the open pit. The waste rock was disposed of on site in three large piles and was also utilized to create a dam for the tailings impoundment. The outside footprint of the tailings impoundment encompasses approximately 17 acres and contains 725,000 cubic yards of mining-related waste (tailings). The tailings impoundment and waste rock pile #3 are both adjacent to the Goose Pond Salt Marsh, creating a potential risk of significant ecological damage. Metals contamination (copper, zinc, lead, and arsenic) has been detected in groundwater and soil at levels above remediation objectives within the tailings impoundment and waste rock pile #3. Sediment and surface water within Goose Pond have also been impacted by the contamination. In summary, the major work elements are remediation of the tailings impoundment, remediation of waste rock pile #3, slope stabilization of the tailings impoundment, consolidation and capping of the tailings impoundment, sediment excavation and disposal in a confined aquatic disposal cell, remediation of residual contamination at waste rock pile #2 and the ore processing area, site restoration and mitigation, and monitoring. There is no request for proposals at this time. RELEASE OF THE SOLICITATION IS ANTICIPATED OR ABOUT April 21, 2017, along with detailed requirements, contract documents, instructions for submission, and the response date. Requests for hard copies of the solicitation will NOT be accepted. The solicitation will only be available on line at FedBizOpps. All responsible sources may submit a proposal for consideration by the New England District. Additional questions may be emailed to the Contract Specialist at Jessica.R.Loc@usace.army.mil.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=5620477472b5506cad901c56ee0bda0a&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/24/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, New England.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 26, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5602

SANITARY LANDFILL GROUNDWATER AND GAS MONITORING SERVICES AT SAGAMI GENERAL DEPOT, JAPAN (PRESOL)
SOL: FA5209-17-Q-0011
POC: Keiko Osawa, keiko.osawa.jp@us.af.mil, Phone: 81-42-551-6120, Fax: 81-42-551-0973; Joshua S. Patton, Contracting Officer, joshua.patton.5@us.af.mil, Phone: 81-42-551-6120.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/PAF/374CONS/FA5209-17-Q-0011/listing.html
NAICS: 541380. The contractor shall provide all necessary personnel, supervision, management, tools, equipment, transportation, materials, and any other items or services necessary for Sanitary Landfill Groundwater and Gas Monitoring at Sagami General Depot, Japan. This project will be performed in its entirety in the country of Japan. The successful offeror must be licensed and registered to perform work in the country of Japan. Solicitation issuance and site visit date are tentative. It is the offeror's responsibility to check the firm dates at block 6 & 8 of SF 1449, once the solicitation is released, to ensure submission of offer in a timely manner.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=3a072d794b714eda2d97c67a6a24e417&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/22/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, 374 CONS - Yokota, Japan.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 24, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5600

HAZARDOUS WASTE REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL FROM WARNER ROBINS, GA AND SURROUNDING LOCATIONS (PRESOL)
SOL: SP4500-17-R-0010
POC: Daniel Schuemann, Contracting Officer, daniel.schuemann@dla.mil, 269-961-5238, Fax: 269-961-4417.
NAICS: 562211. The Solicitation will follow. IT WILL BE SET ASIDE FOR WOMAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=a156c2c4ed0b214f1df9ced4c56c5ac6&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/24/17
SPONSOR: Defense Logistics Agency, Battle Creek, MI.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 26, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5602

F--STORAGE OF WEBSTER-GULF COAST NUCLEAR RADIOACTIVE WASTE
SOL: RFQ-TX-17-00007
POC: Brian Delaney, Delaney.Brian@epa.gov.
NAICS: 562211. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 intends to negotiate a sole-source contract with Waste Controls Specialists LLC for continuous storage of 15 lead-lined containers of Greater than Class C (GTCC) radioactive waste materials at the Waste Controls Specialists LLC site in Andrews, TX. Continued short-term storage at the repository site in Andrews, TX, for the radioactive waste is needed until a long-term disposal facility becomes licensed to accept Greater than Class C radioactive waste and prevent potential long-term grave endangerment to personnel and the environment.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=74ee8f00b287a6e53a77cb9e3917bcdd&tab=core&_cview=1
Posted: 03/22/17
SPONSOR: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management, Region 6, Dallas.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 24, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5600

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR THE ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS DIVISION
SOL: EP-C-12-008
POC: Courtney Stallworth, Contracting Officer, Stallworth.Courtney@epa.gov, 513-487-2002, Fax: 513-487-2545.
NAICS: 541620. U.S. EPA intends to negotiate on a sole-source basis with CSRA under the authority of the FAR 6.302-1 to provide support services to the EPA Office of Water, Engineering and Analysis Division in the Office of Science and Technology under contract titled "Technical and Administrative Support for the Engineering and Analysis Division," EP-C-12-008, for an additional 4,100 LOE labor hours to be utilized to extend the contract by two months, from June 14, 2017 (former expiration date) until August 14, 2017. The additional 2-month extension is necessary due to unforeseen circumstances that delay timely award of the follow-on contract. EPA believes that CSRA, with its experience in working the current contract, is uniquely qualified for this short-term additional effort, and CSRA is the only responsible source able to perform this two-months effort due to its combination of expertise, knowledge of the equipment and facilities, and familiarity with ongoing projects required to meet EPA's critical deadlines.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=6fc8c91e589b8275c818b7128f79fc4d&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/23/17
SPONSOR: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Acquisition Management, Cincinnati Procurement Operations Division.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 25, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5601

REMOTE SENSING TEST (SNOTE)
SOL: E17PS00073
POC: Charles Cernat, Charles.Cernat@bsee.gov.
NAICS: 541620. The purpose of this notice is to announce the government's intent to negotiate a sole-source contract for Remote Sensing Tests with Fototerra Aerial Survey LLC,10435 Pladdawa Lane, Richmond, TX 77407-2858, based on the offeror's demonstrated unique capability in accordance with FAR 6.302-1, only one responsible source. The remote sensing test requirements are unique to Fototerra Aerial Survey because the vendor is the only contractor who has the technical capability to meet the requirement. Fototerra has a unique remote sensing platform based on multi-sensor mission systems (MEDUSA). MEDUSA is an advanced data acquisition and processing system for airborne oil spill and pollution monitoring and detection. Most importantly, MEDUSA is a network-based real-time data acquisition system that is not usually available in other systems. MEDUSA integrates multiple airborne remote sensors and mission system components into one user-friendly data acquisition and processing system. There are no other known contractors who have a remote sensing platform to meet the agency's requirement.
CITE: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=30e81521538c95dcf264a21de0b6992e&tab=core&_cview=0
Posted: 03/23/17
SPONSOR: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, Sterling, VA.
PUBLICATION DATE: March 25, 2017
ISSUE: FBO-5601