CBD Watch

Army. Software engineering and technical support services. Sol. DAAB07-97-R-0017. (CBD June 10) (Site Code DAAB07) This is a modification to pre-solicitation notices published Aug. 28 1996 and March 27 1997 for a software engineering and technical support services solicitation (formerly DAEA32-96-R-0017). The Army intended to release a second draft request for proposals on or about June 13 and plans to hold a pre-solicitation conference on or about June 23. This acquisition is for information technology services with an emphasis on software engineering and related technical services in support of the Army's Information Systems Engineering Command and its customers. The services required will include: software engineering and design security risk assessments and operational security designs requirements studies site surveys and installation plans computer programming quality assurance hardware and firmware testing and user training among other requirements. The government intends to award up to three contracts. Of the multiple awards one contract will be awarded as a partial small-business set-aside with a goal of 30 to 40 percent of the total contract value. A top-secret security clearance is required.Contact: Barbara J. TrujilloArmyCommunication-Electronics Command Acquisition CenterAttn: AMSEL-AC-CC-E-CABuilding 61801 Room 2604Fort Huachuca Ariz. 85613-6000(520) 538-7472

Navy. High-performance symmetrical multiprocessing real-time computer-integrated system. Sol. N00178-97-Q-0181. (CBD June 10) The government intends to purchase a high-performance real-time multithreaded Unix-based computer-integrated operating system that supports symmetrical multiprocessing real-time functions and adheres to the Unix System V Interface Definition. A list of technical requirements can be found in the full CBD notice.Contact: Barbara WaltersNavy Dahlgren DivisionNaval Surface Warfare Center17320 Dahlgren RoadDahlgren Va. 22448-5100(540) 653-4904E-mail: bwynne@nswc.navy.mil

Air Force. Information technology services including telecommunications services. Sol. F09607-97-B0018. (CBD June 9) The Air Force seeks a source to repair and provide preventive maintenance for land-mobile radios used at Moody Air Force Base Ga. The solicitation will be issued on or about June 24. Contract performance will include the labor and parts required to repair equipment and provide 24-hour service on specified base stations remote-control units and converta-com consoles.Contact: Anthony CastellanoAir Force347 CONS/LGCS4380B Alabama RoadMoody Air Force Base Ga. 31699-1794(912) 257-1502E-mail: castella@moody.af.mil

Social Security Administration. Sources sought for automated process engineering software tools. (CBD June 9) SSA is seeking sources for automated process engineering software tools to improve the agency's systems application development process. The goal is to implement an agencywide integrated process and associated methodology supported by automated tools that will increase systems development productivity and foster the consistent development of high-quality application software. All products and services must have been commercially available at the time this synopsis is published.Contact: Marcia Friedman KatzSocial Security AdministrationOffice of Acquisition and Grants1710 Gwynn Oak Ave.Baltimore Md. 21207-0696(410) 965-9477

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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