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Contract Opportunities on, Solicitation 68HERH19R0010, 2019

This procurement is a partial small business set-aside under NAICS code 541380 (Testing Laboratories). The U.S. EPA Contract Laboratory Program (CLP) provides analytical data through its Combined Analytical Services Contract (CASC) in support of investigation and cleanup activities under CERCLA and SARA. CASC provides a contractual framework for laboratories to perform CLP analytical methods for the isolation, detection, and quantitative measurement of target analytes identified in two statements of work: the Superfund Analytical Methods (Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration) SFAM01.0 (May 2019), and the High Resolution Superfund Methods (Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration) HRSM02.0 (May 2019). For details, go to FedConnect at Contractor shall utilize the prescribed analytical methods, quality control procedures, and submit analytical data in a defined standardized format. Responses are due by 4:30 PM ET on February 24, 2020

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