Inside Track: New federal projects
Local phone service for Army
- By Roseanne Gerin
- Feb 24, 2006
The Army needs local telephone exchange services at its military entrance processing stations in Albuquerque, N.M., Denver and San Diego.
The commercial, firm fixed-price contracts each are for one year with four one-year options.
Responses are due by March 13 for the Albuquerque services and by March 14 for the Denver and San Diego services.
Contact Elizabeth Baierl at email@example.com
.Navy wants explosive detection
The Navy seeks commercial, desktop detection equipment that can find explosives in improvised devices placed in mail, parcels, cargo, vehicles and on personnel.
The Navy is interested specifically in improvised-device detection technologies that protect military forces and prevent terrorist bombings of personnel, equipment and installations by finding the devices at entry points.
These technologies include, but are not limited to trace (particle and vapor) detectors. The Navy plans to test and evaluate up to eight systems.
Responses are due by April 30. Contact Margaret Booth at firstname.lastname@example.org
.Telecom support needed
The wants commercially available, local telecommunications services for federal agencies in Arizona and Nevada.
GSA will award at least one contract for each service area.
The five-year awards, valued at about $38.5 million, will be firm, fixed price, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts.
The minimum standard feature package for voice services must include voice mail, three-way and six-way conferencing as well as call transferring, call forwarding and call hunt services.
Responses are due by March 20. Contact Jo Ann Ancheta-Lim at email@example.com