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U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Acquisition Grants, Denver, CO.
Contract Opportunities on, Solicitation 140G0220Q0014, 2020

This requirement is a total small business set-aside under NAICS 541380 (Testing Laboratories). The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducts various types of scientific projects with DoD and other governmental agencies throughout the United States and other countries under the USGS DoD Environmental Conservation (DODEC) program. These DODEC projects investigate various types of contamination-related problems and conduct environmental studies at federal facilities. The projects typically require analytical services for chemical analyses of environmental (water, solid, air, and biological) samples for organic and inorganic constituents as well as geotechnical analyses of solid (sediment, sludge, and soil) samples using U.S. EPA analytical methods and other published methods (e.g., Standard Methods and ASTM methods). The majority of samples to be analyzed for the USGS projects will be aqueous samples collected mostly from surface sources, with some groundwater, sediment, and tissue samples. The environmental samples to be analyzed by the contractor will be collected by USGS. Contractor shall provide analytical services, supplies, and deliverables for chemical and geotechnical analyses of environmental samples collected for USGS projects. Offers are due by 2:00 PM ET on January 31, 2020. Period of performance is one base year and four option years, plus one 6-month option period to extend services. For updates, monitor FedConnect at

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