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Navy seeks web-app support services

The Navy is looking for companies that can support its environmental program requirements web portal, or EPRWeb.

EPRWeb is a registered Defense Business System that the Navy’s environmental program uses for budget formation and execution tracking, data gathering for reports to Congress, a facility information repository, document library, hazardous waste tracking, and other environmental management purposes.

The company would support the department through web-application development, programming, maintenance, and IT administration of the system. It would also provide business process support services for the program’s budget formation and execution tracking as well as environmental compliance information management.

The Navy released its sources-sought notice July 19. Responses are due by Aug. 18.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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