December 6, 2015
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issues RFI for SDVOSBs – Deadline December 11th
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has published a Request for Information (RFI) for Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) participation only for Rapid Disaster Infrastructure (RDI) – Construction Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). The RFI # is W9128F-16-S-E001
The Corps of Engineers is seeking to identify potential Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) sources that can provide the capabilities described in the notice, although there is currently no actual solicitation. Agencies often use such information to determine if future solicitations can be set-aside for a specific category of small business.
The notice describes the work as construction work that will be diverse but time-sensitive in nature, necessitating an immediate response to mitigate threat to life and property and/or operational impacts to the government. Examples include but are not limited to:
- Flood Recovery – Construction of flood control and water diversion projects, embankments, channel alignments and flood control structures in support of civil works missions.
- Infrastructure Recovery – Restoration, repair, and demolition of facilities, utilities, real property systems, and other infrastructure requirement that cannot be performed in required timeframes with normal contract mechanisms.
- Emergency Management – Response actions for unwatering missions; Recovery actions for debris recovery, temporary housing, and other missions
- Military – Facilities, infrastructure, water and sanitation systems, electrical systems, natural gas and other energy systems, fences, lighting, and roads to support troop movements and other related military missions.
Emergency response actions may require award and mobilization within hours of Government notification. Projects may require incidental design and/or ecological/environmental, hazardous waste recovery, and munitions work. Projects awarded may be throughout the United States (US). The US is defined as all 50 states and the District of Columbia for this contract. Task Orders within the Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) may be cost reimbursable or firm-fixed price, contingent upon the Government’s assessment of project risk.
For full details, including instructions on submitting a response, CLICK HERE to read the full notice.
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