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SERDP AND ESTCP BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENTS (BAAs)
Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE HEC, Ft. Belvoir, VA.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitations W912HQ-19-S-0004 & W912HQ-19-S-0005, 2019

Businesses both large and small are encouraged to respond to the SERDP and ESTCP BAAs, which are open for about one year, until January 29, 2020. SERDP and ESTCP intend to competitively fund R&D for environmental research that addresses the topic areas set forth in the announcements at https://www.serdp-estcp.org/Funding-Opportunities/Open-BAA. Those wishing to respond must submit a white paper in accordance with the instructions there. Awards will take the form of contracts. Specific areas of interest include the following:
  1. Demonstration of technologies for the assessment or long-term monitoring of chemical contamination or biogeochemical indicators in soils, sediments, and water.
  2. Demonstration of innovative tools, methodologies, or technologies that can reduce DoD's cost to complete for contaminated groundwater or aquatic sediments by improving performance assessment or optimizing treatment, particularly at sites contaminated with PFASs, chlorinated solvents, munitions constituents, PCBs, and PAHs.
  3. Demonstration of innovative tools, methodologies, or technologies that can reduce source loading of munitions constituents during routine operations/demilitarization activities.
  4. Stormwater treatment.
  5. Wastewater treatment, particularly systems that operate in an energy-neutral configuration, produce power or materials that can easily be converted into power, or are capable of generating water for potable or nonpotable re-use.
  6. Risk assessment demonstrations to improve the military's ability to assess and predict human and ecological risk from contaminants of concern (e.g., PFASs, chlorinated solvents, munitions constituents, PCBs, and PAHs).
Additionally, the SERDP BAA is open to submissions relevant to Munitions Response and to Resource Conservation and Resiliency and the ESTCP BAA to submissions relevant to Installation Energy needs, Munitions Response, Resource Conservation and Resiliency, Weapons Systems and Platforms, and innovative technology transfer approaches.



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