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RESEARCH LABORATORY SUPPORT FOR THE EPA OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AT RTP, NC
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development (ORD), Cinncinati, OH.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation 68HERC19R0061, 2019

The mission of EPA's ORD is to conduct decontamination and consequence management research with an emphasis on rapid and cost-effective cleanup and restoration of buildings and broad outdoor areas to support EPA's ability to respond to all-hazards contamination events. Researchers seek to identify and develop optimal technologies and procedures for effective and efficient decontamination, disposal, and related activities (e.g., evaluation of sampling and analytical techniques for measurement of chemical, biological, and radiological agents; assessing fate and transport of such agents) while maximizing protection of decontamination crews, the general public, and the environment. They also investigate the dispersion and exposure potential of chemical, biological, and radiation releases in indoor and ambient environments. Research is conducted to characterize exposures to chemicals across the whole exposure assessment paradigm in the areas of source identification and characterization; transport, transformation, and fate of pollutants; atmospheric chemistry and physics; source apportionment; exposure measurements; biomonitoring; exposure and dose modeling; and methods development. Proposals are due via FedConnect by 4:00 PM ET on Thursday, October 17, 2019. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/EPA/OAM/OH/68HERC19R0061/listing.html



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