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Army Intelligence and Security Command database system. Sol. DASC01-97-R-0011. (CBD May 21) The Army's Intelligence and Security Command intends to procure information technology services for the INSCOM Database System at Fort Belvoir Va. The anticipated indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract will have one base year and four option years.

One objective of the IDBS contract is to develop maintain enhance and sustain a totally integrated fully operational database in a Microsoft Corp. Windows NT client/server environment by applying current software development methodologies business rules decision-making processes and technologies.

Another objective is to automate functional areas critical to the INSCOM intelligence mission such as resource management personnel strength manpower budget processing finance and accounting logistics configuration management and quality assurance.

Contact: Philip RasmussenArmyAttn: IASB-DCO8825 Beulah St.Fort Belvoir Va. 22060-5246(703) 706-2774

Air Force. Joint Chemical Agent Detector (JCAD). Sol. F41624-97-R-1000. (CBD May 21) The Air Force intends to issue RFP No. F41624-97-R-1000 for the development of the JCAD program on or about June 6.

JCAD is used to detect and identify chemical warfare agents in the interiors of aircraft ships and vehicles and to monitor equipment and cargo. The system must be capable of detecting and warning personnel when chemical warfare agents are present even in extremely low concentrations.

Two contract awards for the 15-month Phase I effort are anticipated. Any resulting contract will include a provision for a dynamic down-select to one contract for the Phase II effort.

Contact: Kim Walton or Julie HeiseAir Force HSC/YAK Building 8128107 13th St. Brooks Air Force BaseSan Antonio Texas 78235-5218(210) 536-6385/6342

Naval Sea Systems Command. Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System. Sol. N00024-97-R-5478. (CBD May 21) The Naval Sea Systems Command and the Program Executive Office for Theater Air Defense propose to acquire the AN/SLY-2(V) Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS).

AN/SLY-2(V) AIEWS is the Navy's next-generation shipboard electronic warfare system which is planned for use with the Integrated Ship Defense System and the Aegis Combat System. AN/SLY-2(V) AIEWS will be developed as an integral element of a ship's combat system in two increments.

Contact: Kelly L. ShermanNavyNaval Sea Systems CommandSEA 0254K2531 Jefferson Davis HighwayArlington Va. 22242-5160(703) 602-7900 ext. 567

Air Force. Standard Base Level Computers extension of services. Sol. F01620-91-D-0003. (CBD May 21) The Standard Base Level Computers follow-on contract (F01620-91-D-0003) will be extended for ordering and performance. This contract which provides software and associated services lease of equipment and hardware maintenance services will expire Sept. 30. Actions are under way for successor contracts.

Contact: Air ForceMaxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex 375 Libby St.Montgomery Ala. 36114-3207 (334) 416-3378

Agriculture Department. CD interactive training tools. Sol. WO-97-09. (CBD May 21) The USDA plans to issue a solicitation seeking proposals for the development of training tools in CD-i CD-ROM Internet or intranet formatting technologies.

The government intends to make multiple awards resulting from this solicitation.

Contact: Jeanette CampbellAgriculture DepartmentForest ServiceP&P Room 706 RP-EP.O. Box 96090Washington D.C. 20090-6090(703) 235-4375

-- The items included here have been selected from recent Commerce Business Daily issues and have been edited for space. Full text is available at cbdnet.access.gpo.gov.

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