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Webinar – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – N–Replacement of Uninterruped Power Supply (UPS)

Tue, Apr 8, 2014 – 10:30 AM PACIFIC TIME – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – N–Replacement of Uninterruped Power Supply (UPS) This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 238210, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The work consists of furnishing the materials, labor, tools and equipment necessary to remove the current Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and replace the system with a new, state-of-the-art system to manage emergency lighting and security system operations during power outages and be able to service the system in the future. Work location is Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway Headquarters and Visitor Information Center, 401 North Hamilton Street, St. Croix Falls, WI. Disposal of the former system, components and batteries will be the responsibility of the US Government. The Contractor shall be able to provide skilled, trained, experienced and competent workers to complete the work as specified. The Contractor shall be fully responsible at all times to ensure compliance with current OSHA regulations and with all applicable National Electric Code (NEC) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements pertaining to removal of the former system and installation of...

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Webinar – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – R–Centralized Scheduling Service

Tue, Apr 8, 2014 – 9:30 AM PACIFIC TIME – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – R–Centralized Scheduling Service This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 561421, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The New York Harbor Health Care System Brooklyn Campus requests a full service contract for Centralized Scheduling Unit. The Centralized Scheduling Unit is a call center for veteran inquiries regarding all aspects of scheduling to include a Nursing Helpline that may be relevant to veteran patient care. The contractor is required to screen all calls to determine the nature of the call and advising patient properly in the event of a medical emergency and/or crises. This is a need requiring notification and response. For more details, please log in to your Bidspeed account and follow this link: http://agent.fedbidspeed.com/?fb09e7dd-9ac7-45b3-8e58-278c338d8ccf. We anticipate that the workshop will last approximately 30 minutes. Come prepared to participate. Click Here to Register! Questions? Contact...

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Webinar – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – Bldg. Addition Design Build

Tue, Apr 8, 2014 – 8:30 AM PACIFIC TIME – Apr 8 – Sources Sought – Bldg. Addition Design Build This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 236220, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. This is a Sources Sought for potential offerors to support the US Air Force Reserve located on Dobbins Air Reserve Base (ARB), GA.   The purpose of this design build construction project is to provide material, labor, design and construction services using an existing 15% conceptual design necessary to provide warehouse addition of approximately 6,611 sq. ft. This addition will be a single story consisting of reinforced concrete foundation and floor slab, masonry walls with brick exterior, rolled roof, fire protection, utilities, site improvements, pavements, and necessary support. This building shall be designed and constructed in accordance with Antiterrorism and Force Protection (AT/FP) standards. For more details, please log in to your Bidspeed account and follow this link: http://agent.fedbidspeed.com/?720b251c-88eb-424b-a903-e4fcc5463c14. We anticipate that the workshop will last approximately 30 minutes. Come prepared to participate. Click Here to Register! Questions? Contact...

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Video – Sources Sought – RAILSS – Edwards Air Force Base

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541990, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. NREL develops renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and practices, advances related science and engineering, and transfers knowledge and innovations to address the nation’s energy and environmental goals. Produce a narratively and visually compelling corporate history to document NREL’s 35+ years in order to retain historical knowledge, educate the public and private sectors about NREL, and promote the many accomplishments of the lab and its research. The history will be disseminated via multiple mechanisms to reach the largest possible audience. Possible mechanisms include NREL.gov, an interactive digital sign directed at visitors, and a mobile application optimized for tablets. Content for the project will be distilled from existing organization documents, a/v materials, and archives, as well as via interviews and oral histories with key laboratory personnel. From the existing materials and interviews, information will be researched, evaluated, and organized into meaningful and relevant stories. To complement...

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Video – Sources Sought – Product Design Support in Load Carriage

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541611, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. The US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, Natick, MA is seeking sources for Product Design Support in Load Carriage. The estimated level of effort for this position is FTE. The Contractor shall demonstrate a working knowledge of the Modular Lightweight Load-carrying System (MOLLE), and the legacy systems within the DOD including the All-Purpose Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE). The Contractor shall be proficient with textile manufacturing equipment and be knowledgeable of Mil-Spec fabrics. The Contractor shall have a higher degree in animal/human physiology and be able to apply physiological cause and effect to all load-bearing equipment designs. The Contractor shall be able to construct prototype items that meet the needs of the user community; for example, but not limited to: Holsters, Field Medical bag systems, Ammunition carriers, and the unique requirements of the Airborne and Army Special Operations Forces. Create patterns and product descriptions of finalized designs capable of being duplicated in a manufacturing environment. The Contractor must have demonstrated skills in training soldiers and civilians on...

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Video – Sources Sought – Renovation of Wards 2C, 3C, 3B, Building 134 (A&E)

This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 541310, or other related NAICS, then you should attend. To provide professional Architectural Design Services necessary for renovations to Building 134 at the James A. Lovell Federal Healthcare Center, North Chicago, Illinois. for the Design Development, Construction Document and Construction Administration phases of design, utilizing the provided programming / schematic design information for the renovations of wards 2C, 3C, & 3B in building 134 to meet VA’s current design standards and criteria for Community Living Centers. Renovation designs shall also include portions of the A wings of these wards which are support areas. Design shall resolve all VA and The Joint Commission patient privacy issues, ADA deficiencies, Life Safety, etc. A/E shall design the wards around a maximum of 20 beds each. The approximate Sq. Ft. of each ward including support space is 13,500sq.ft. The existing building was constructed in the late 50’s and has had several renovations over the years. The most recent major renovation (2010) replaced all the air handling units that serve this building. The awarded A/E firm will develop standard construction documents for bidding...

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