FAA seeks research support

The Federal Aviation Administration wants airport technology, research and development services, and technical and engineering support for its Airport Technology Research and Development Branch. The branch conducts research, tests and demonstrations related to runway support, planning and design, pavements, capacity enhancement, capacity and delay computer modeling, wildlife hazards, lighting and markings, and rescue and firefighting. The Technical Center is next to Atlantic City International Airport in New Jersey.

The five-year award will be issued as a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract. Responses are due by March 23. Contact Jerry Hendricks at jerry.hendricks@faa.gov.


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