Web tools to aid maintenance

The Army Corps of Engineers is looking for a developer of Web-based tools to make better use of its geo-information system data. The tools will help in identifying and classifying roads and trails on military installations and modeling their impact on sedimentation within watersheds.

The tools are needed to help the corps build and maintain training ranges in an environmentally sustainable manner. The tools will need to be delivered by Dec. 31. The request for proposals will be released March 8, with proposals due March 19.

For more information contact the Vicksburg Consolidated Contracting, Champaign Field Office, Attn: Diane Biggs, PO Box 9005, Champaign, IL 61868. Requests may be submitted via fax at (217) 373-6773 or e-mail to d-biggs@cecer.army.mil.


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