VA needs telecom network<@VM>Pension agency seeks IT consulting<@VM>Commerce wants A-76 help
- By Patience Wait
- Feb 28, 2002
Veterans Affairs is seeking a commercially available leased point-to-point telecommunications network to connect its facilities in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The network must be operational within 30 days of receipt of the notice to proceed. The contract will be for one year, plus four one-year options.
The solicitation, including detailed specifications, can be found at www.va.gov/oa&mm/busopps/sols.htm
. Questions can be directed to Steven Grundy at (360) 619-5961, (360) 905-1760 (fax), or Steven.Grundy@med.va.gov
. Responses are due by March 8.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. is seeking a contractor to provide technical and management consulting services, along with assistance and advice to senior management on development, implementation and integration of major information technology initiatives. Services will be concentrated in the insurance operations department.
Potential bidders should have experience in developing complex software and an understanding of the development and application of actuarial software. The contract will be for one year with two one-year options.
Michele Gray, the contract specialist, can be reached at (202) 326-4160, ext. 3700, (202) 326-462 (fax), or firstname.lastname@example.org
. The contracting officer is Robert Herting; his phone is (202) 326-4160. The solicitation number is PBGC01-RP-02-0003.The Commerce Department is looking to identify potential small business sources to provide management analysis and management studies in support of A-76 related services.
Responses are due March 29. Howard Price is the contracting officer. He can be reached at (202) 482-1966, (202) 482-0546 (fax), or email@example.com
. The solicitation number is RAJ002Amendment2.