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Dept. of the Army, W7N8 USPFO Activity Wisconsin ANG 115, Madison, WI.
Contract Opportunities on, Solicitation W50S9F-20-Q-0003, 2020

This RFQ is a total small business set-aside under NAICS code 562910, size standard 750 employees. During an in-flight emergency, an F-16 aircraft attached to the 115th Fighter Wing jettisoned two wing fuel tanks. One of the wing tanks contained about 200 gallons of Jet-A fuel and burst upon impact on private property adjacent to the Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center. The fuel tank debris was removed, but cleanup of fuel from the soil surrounding the impact site will require remediation and documentation in accordance with Wisconsin regulations and guidance. The land on which the incident occurred is a USDA-designated Grassland Reserve Program. There are no roads, and mobilization to the site requires access to land owned by multiple private citizens. Period of performance will be 12 months. This effort is a high-priority requirement in support of the National Guard. Quotes are due by 4:00 PM CT on March 18, 2020.

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