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Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters Acquisition Div., Washington, DC.
Contract Opportunities at Beta.SAM, Solicitation 68HERH20Q0073, 2020

U.S. EPA has the responsibility of enhancing national capabilities for decontamination and disposal as a result of terrorist events and environmental sampling and analysis of all environmental matrices in response to nationally significant incidents. To protect the nation from the potential threats posed by terrorism or environmental emergencies, EPA implemented the Environmental Response Laboratory Network (ERLN), which is one of seven laboratory response networks under the Integrated Consortium of Laboratory Networks. The ERLN mission is to provide known laboratory capabilities, capacities, and quality data in a scalable, systematic, and coordinated response to environmental emergencies as well as preparedness, response, remediation and recovery analytical support. ERLN is available to support a variety of response actions, including CERCLA removals, OPA responses, NSI, a terrorist event involving weapons of mass destruction, and other federally led trainings and exercises. EPA's Office of Acquisition Solutions intends to establish basic ordering agreements (BOAs) with vendors who are capable of analyzing environmental sample matrices contaminated by toxic industrial chemicals, chemical warfare agents, biological agents, and radiochemical agents as a result of acts of terrorism or an environmental emergency. A BOA is a written instrument of understanding negotiated between an agency, contracting activity, or contracting office and a contractor that contains (1) terms and clauses applying to future contracts (orders) between the parties during its term, (2) a description, as specific as practicable, of supplies or services to be provided, and (3) methods for pricing, issuing, and delivering future orders under the BOA. Monitor FedConnect for updates at This requirement will close at 3:00 PM ET on June 29, 2020.

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