USAID to help Armenian police
The U.S. Agency for International Development seeks proposals from vendors for designing and establishing an information system for the Armenian police. The agency has issued the requirement on behalf of the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Office of the U.S. embassy in Yerevan, Armenia.
The selected vendor will automate collection and processing of crime-related data by using new technologies and techniques for information gathering and handling.
The project includes methodological and legal/regulatory frameworks, information, software, hardware and training and guidance components.
Responses are due by Oct. 31. Contact Armen Tamazyan at email@example.com.Nellis AFB needs support
The Air Force needs operations, maintenance and recurring support services for the base telecommunications systems at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada.
The contractor must provide operation and maintenance for the base's switching systems, transmission equipment, ancillary equipment, customer premise equipment and the inside and outside cable plant.
The proposed contract is for nine months and four one-year options. The acquisition is a total small-business set-aside. A pre-proposal conference will be held Sept. 28. Responses are due by Nov. 4. Contact Pam Rushing at firstname.lastname@example.org.Small biz support at Sealift
The Navy's Military Sealift Command needs IT technical support services to maintain several systems, including its financial management system, financial data mart and human resources management system, among others.
The contract will have fixed-price task orders and is for one year with three one-year options. It will be a small-business set-aside with a small-business size standard of $21 million. The government will award one contract.
Work is scheduled to begin April 3, 2006. Responses are due by Nov. 14. Contact Cynthia Vass-Frye at email@example.com.