Commerce Department. NATO multisource data acquisition (MSDA). Sol. CO-8063-MSDA. (CBD Aug. 20) NATO is inviting bids for an MSDA service capability. The MSDA will provide the operational and intelligence staffs with the basic capability to extract intelligence data and products from heterogeneous multimedia databases.Contact: Alexis KemperCommerce Department14th Street and Constitution Ave. N.W.Room 4327Washington D.C. 20230(202) 482-1512
Commerce Department. Switches for the NATO core network. Sol. CO-8075-NCN. (CBD Aug. 20) NATO is inviting bids for the purchase of 19 digital circuit switches with an option for up to five more. This will include the supply installation testing and network integration a training switch in Italy two skeleton switches to form part of a test facility in the Netherlands the supply of two network management control centers and an interface to enable networking. Contact: Alexis KemperCommerce Department14th Street and Constitution Ave. N.W.Room 4327Washington D.C. 20230(202) 482-1512
Air Force. Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) Joint Program Office (JPO) User Equipment Defense Advanced GPS Receiver. Sol. F04701-96-R-0011. (CBD Aug. 20) This action originally publicized in the CBD on Dec. 9 1996 is being republished to reflect a two-year schedule slip. All other information publicized in the original synopsis is correct. The Navstar GPS JPO is seeking offerors for the follow-on to the Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver acquisition. The follow-on receiver will now be referred to as the Defense Advanced GPS Receiver. It must be functionally backward-compatible with existing interfaces and support equipment such that current integration and support capabilities are unaffected to the maximum extent practicable. The JPO anticipates buying about 190 000 receivers over a seven-year period. The estimated date for release of the draft request for proposals is February 1999 request for proposals September 1999 and contract award March 2000.Contact: Maj. Michael J. BiegaAir Force HeadquartersSpace and Missile Systems Center155 Discoverer Blvd. Suite 1516Los Angeles AFB Calif. 90245(310) 363-2925
National Institute of Standards and Technology. Conversion of hard-copy documentation to CD-ROM. Sol. 52SBNT7C1206. (CBD Aug. 19) The National Telecommunications and Information Administration needs to convert 665 000 pages of hard-copy documentation to CD-ROM with an embedded full-text-retrieval search engine. The contractor must produce CCITT Group IV TIFF images from scanned documents and configure embedded full-text-retrieval search engine software.Contact: Diane LoebNISTAcquisition and Assistance DivisionBuilding 301 Room B117Gaithersburg Md. 20899(301) 975-6399
Air Force. Potential sources sought for telemetry development. (CBD Aug. 19) The Advanced Range Telemetry Program is conducting a requirements-gathering effort to formulate the acquisition strategy and plans for new telemetry developments. The goal is to address the future needs of telemetry users suppliers and vendors in the development and application of more efficient and higher-quality telemetry systems.Contact: Cathi ClevelandAir ForceDirectorate of Contracting5 S. Wolfe Ave.Edwards AFB Calif. 93524(805) 277-3900 Ext. 2232
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