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$41.5M for ROTC & Academy Medical Exams Over Next 6 Years

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Concorde Inc. in Philadelphia, PA received a $41.5 million fixed-price requirements contract to provide for medical examination services for the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board, which covers service academy and ROTC applicants. Exams will be performed at contracted medical facilities throughout the United States and its territories, and there is a ceiling estimate of 36,000 full examinations each year. Solicitation began May 2005, negotiations were completed August 2005, and the contract will be complete by September 2011. The 10th Mission Support Group of the USAF Academy, CO issued the contract (FA7000-05-D-0010).

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