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Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA., Solicitation 10_17_2019_OPA, 2019

USGS is soliciting information from industry, academia, nonprofits, and research institutions on innovative technologies that should be considered as part of its Next Generation Water Observing System effort. This RFI seeks to identify promising technologies or interested partners who are capable of jointly developing technologies that can integrate with current USGS R&D efforts. A few items from the list of the types of technologies of interest include (1) new sensors for monitoring continuous water quality, including sediment, nutrients, contaminants, and environmental DNA and (2) innovative technologies for detecting and monitoring hazards such as spills and harmful algal blooms. Responses are due by 11:59 PM Hawaii Time on December 31, 2019. USGS also posted solicitation 10_18_2019_OPA under this same title at with the same responses due date.

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