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Emergency Services: Up to $900M from US NAVFAC

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Latest updates: 2 more firms added. (click to visit) In September 2011, US Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific in Pearl Harbor, HI awarded a new emergency engineering and infrastructure umbrella contract to 4 firms. Up to $900 million could be up for grabs among the 4 qualifying firms, over a 5 year period (base year + 4 option years), ending in September 2016 at the latest. This is an indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity multiple award contract for the purchase of “short-term facility support services with incidental construction” in support of natural disasters; humanitarian efforts; the full range of military actions; and incumbent breaks in service at various locations throughout the world. NAVFAC has issued similar contracts before: a $500 million contract that ran from 2005-2009 came in handy a few times, in response to disasters like hurricane Katrina. This one could involve work on: * Airfield operations * Port operations * Ship charter * Supply * Emergency management * Fire and emergency services * Force protection * Safety * Environmental (compliance, conservation, cultural, and pollution prevention) * Facility support (base support vehicle and equipment, collateral equipment, facility investment, facility management, facility services, and utilities) * Fleet and family readiness (bachelor housing and […]

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