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Army Corps sets aside $9.9M professional services IDIQ

The Army Corps of Engineers plans to award a five-year, $9.9 million contract for professional services related to its real estate and facility planning.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will be set aside for small businesses.

The Army Corps wants master planning for real property management, master planning for Army Reserve project development, IT support for data management, conditional analysis evaluations. It’s also seeking surveys on threatened and endangered species and coordination of required environmental restoration services.

The Corps wants services related to building information for construction planning and database management support.

These positions are in support of the United States Army Reserve Command, the Army Reserve Installation Management Directorate, and Army Reserve Division in their work on various military programs and Regional Support Commands within the United States and Puerto Rico.

The IDIQ’s task orders usually will last as much as three years

The Army Corps issued the request for proposals April 29. Proposals are due by June 13.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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