IT Inside Track - New federal projects
- By Roseanne Gerin
- Jul 31, 2004
Agriculture wants XML extensions
The Agriculture Department's National Financial Center is looking for a vendor to provide support services for implementing Extensible Markup Language publishing extensions to its electronic publishing system. Because the system consists of a variety of hardware, software and components from a wide range of manufacturers, it requires complex and detailed systems integration for its implementation.
The contractor must implement XML publishing extensions to the system and create a mechanism for converting documents to non-proprietary XML formats. Most of the work will be done at the National Financial Center in New Orleans. Responses are due by Aug. 7. Contact Freddie Moses at email@example.com.
Army seeks telecom providers
The Army is looking for contractors to install telecommunications systems for its reserve centers in Omaha, Neb., and Independence, Mo. Contractors will provide all labor, tools, equipment, transportation, materials and supervision necessary for installing the telecom systems and cabling.
Each contract is a firm fixed-price award worth an estimated $100,000 to $250,000. The performance period will be 90 days after the contractors receive written notice to proceed. System installations will be at the Army's 89th Regional Support Command Directorate of Contracting in Wichita, Kan. Responses are due by Sept. 3. Contact Randy Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AF goes for advanced GPS
The Air Force seeks a vendor to provide the next-generation, advanced, global positioning system hybrid simulator.
The government will award at least one firm fixed-priced contract. The performance period will be 12 months from the date of the award. The government expects a full and open competition, but reserves the right to consider a small business set-aside based on responses to the announcement. Responses are due by Sept. 30. Contact Barbara Minto at email@example.com.