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Air Force Research Laboratory. Powered low-cost autonomous attack system. Sol. MNK PRDA-98-0004. (CBD, Sept. 2) The Air Force Research Laboratory, Munitions Directorate, Assessment and Demonstrations Division is interested in receiving proposals for the Powered Low-Cost Autonomous Attack System advanced technology demonstration involving the system design, concept definition, tactically sized and performing seeker fabrication and captive flight test, and guided test vehicle fabrication and test.Contact: John HawkAir Force Research LaboratoryMunitions DirectorateBuilding 13101 W. Eglin Blvd., Suite 337Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. 32542-6810(850) 882-4294, Ext. 3414

Senate. Commercial online information services. Sol. RFP # 98-R-014. (CBD, Sept. 2) The Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms intends to issue a full and open competitive request for proposals for commercial online information services. Offerors must provide information services that are accessible through a standard World Wide Web browser interface and supplement existing congressional legislative information services. Offerors must offer an archive of several years in each topic. Technical and past performance when combined are significantly more important than price. Contact: Lawrence B. ToperoffOffice of the Sergeant at ArmsSenateSenate Office BuildingWashington, D.C. 20510-7201(202) 224-1113

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Electronic filing, case files and case management system. (CBD, Sept. 2) The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts is seeking a new electronic case management system to replace the current federal court systems that have been in use since the early 1980s. The new system must provide robust case management features as well as electronic filing and electronic document management capabilities. The system will be deployed nationwide in about 200 federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts. Contact: Howard GrandierAdministrative Office of the U.S. CourtsOffice of Information TechnologyTechnology Policy, Planning and Acquisitions OfficeIT Contracting1 Columbus Circle N.E., Room 3-170Washington, D.C. 20544(202) 273-3555

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. High-resolution terrain material database. Sol. N68936-98-Q-2256. (CBD, Sept. 1) The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, China Lake, Calif., intends to procure on a competitive basis a high-resolution terrain material database. The database will be used to support the division's infrared real-time scene-simulation capability. The database is being developed to accommodate a wide range of needs that include human in-the-loop flight simulation, scene projection in hardware in-the-loop (HWIL) testing and scene injection in HWIL.Contact: Shelli L. BurtNaval Air Warfare Center Weapons DivisionCode 230000D1 Administration CircleChina Lake, Calif. 93555-6100(760) 939-4236

Coast Guard. Information technology services, including telecommunications. Sol. DTCG23-98-R-AQA39. (CBD, Aug. 31) The Coast Guard has a requirement for technical assistance, process evaluation and systems engineering services in support of IT and command, control, communications, and computer projects and activities. An indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with task orders on a time and materials or firm-fixed-price basis is anticipated. Support areas include: business process re-engineering, systems life-cycle management, software engineering, network, strategic planning, program assessment and studies and systems engineering activities. This is a 100 percent small-business set-aside.Contact: Scott Palmer Transportation DepartmentCoast Guard Headquarters2100 Second St. S.W.Washington, D.C. 20593-0001(202) 267-2489

Federal Aviation Administration. Enhancement and support of existing network. Sol. DTFA08-98-R-05171. (CBD, Sept. 1) Western Pacific Region seeks sources to provide support to its project management office. The work will include the enhancement and support of an existing Microsoft Corp. Windows NT domain network to allow local and remote access and appropriate privileges and resources utilizing 10/100Base-T Ethernet topology. The transport protocol is TCP/IP and will utilize Microsoft Windows NT TCP/IP services to assign and resolve network addresses. The contractor must be familiar with Microsoft Exchange to support programs. Criteria for award will be based on technical knowledge, cost and past experience.Contact: James L. TraversTransportation DepartmentFederal Aviation AdministrationProcurement BranchAWP-55P.O. Box 92007WWPCLos Angeles, Calif. 90009-2007(310) 725-7556

Social Security Administration. Off-the-shelf Advanced Function Presentation notice formatting software. (CBD, Aug. 28) The Social Security Administration is seeking to identify vendors that can provide commercial off-the-shelf integrated Advanced Function Presentation notice formatting software. The AFP formatting software solution must be capable of generating more than 50 notice types and must handle input from up to 15 separate notice generation systems and accept input records containing paragraph identifiers and fill-in values. The solution must be an off-the-shelf and field-proven one that is commercially available and must run in a mainframe OS/390 environment. The solution must not require changes to existing operating system, hardware or application software in use at SSA and must be Year 2000-compliant.Contact: Mary BiddleSocial Security AdministrationOffice of Acquisition and Grants1710 Gwynn Oak Ave.Baltimore, Md. 21207-5279(410) 965-9588

Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Promming services. Sol. N00253-98-Q-0260. (CBD, Sept. 3) The Naval Undersea Warfare Center-Keyport has a requirement for computer programming support for the development and maintenance of numerous corporate computer databases.Contact: Linda KressNaval Undersea Warfare Center DivisionAttn: Code 1841610 Dowell St.Keyport, Wash. 98345-7610(360) 396-7036

Naval Air Warfare Center. Linear flash cards and PC Card reader. Sol. N68936-98-Q-2273. (CBD, Sept. 3) The Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, Calif., intends to procure 120 20M Linear Flash Cards and 60 PC Card readers.Contact: Jean DanielNaval Air Warfare Center Weapons DivisionCode 230000D1 Administration CircleChina Lake, Calif. 93555-6100

Navy. Maintenance of Crosscom ILAN bridges. Sol. N00140-98-Q-H194. (CBD, Sept. 2) Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia intends to procure maintenance services of Crosscom Bridges for the Naval Reserve Information Systems Office Data Communications Upgrade Crosscom ILAN bridges.Contact: Matt SweeneyFISC Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia700 Robbins Ave.Building 2BPhiladelphia, Pa. 19111-5083(215) 697-9632

Army Corps of Engineers. Maintenance of automated data processing equipment. Sol. DACW01-98-B-0066. (CBD, Sept. 2) The Army Corps of Engineers is looking for solicitations to furnish labor, materials, transportation, tools, supplies, parts and all things necessary to provide on-call remedial maintenance on an as-required basis. This procurement is a 100 percent set-aside for small business.Contact: Karen JohnsonCESAM-CT (Plans Room 1000A)P.O. Box 2288Mobile, Ala. 36628-0001(334) 690-2535

U.S. Military Academy. Hardware maintenance. Sol. DAAG60-98-Q-0189. (CBD, Sept. 1) The U.S. Military Academy is soliciting for hardware maintenance for the Unisys 2200 mainframe. This procurement is a 100 percent small-business set-aside.Contact: Chris LillyDirectorate of ContractingU.S. Military AcademyBuilding 681West Point, N.Y. 10996(914) 938-2221

Defense Supply Service. Provide on-site maintenance and repair. Sol. DASW01-99-Q-0016. (CBD, Aug. 31) The Defense Supply Service-Washington, on behalf of the Single Agency Manager, is issuing a solicitation for preventative and remedial maintenance and repair on the Dual Protocol Analyzer. This is a 100 percent small-business set-aside. Parts and services include labor, parts, tools, test equipment and travel.Contact: Brenda EisemanDefense Supply Service-Washington5200 Army PentagonRoom 1D245Washington, D.C. 20310-5200

Defense Information Systems Agency. Hardware maintenance. Sol. DMCUMG99MP00002. (CBD, Sept. 1) The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization, Computer Technology Division, Procurement Branch intends to purchase hardware maintenance for the HP 9000/T520.Contact: Sandy Diurba Defense Information Systems AgencyDefense Information Technology Contracting Organization2300 East DriveBuilding 3600Scott Air Force Base, Ill. 62225-5406(618) 229-9705

Air Force. Preventative maintenance. Sol. F0462698QY049. (CBD, Sept. 3) Travis Air Force Base intends to procure a preventative maintenance agreement for the government-owned Aegis diagnostic image storage and retrieval software and network equipment. The solicitation will be awarded as a firm-fixed-price contract.Contact: Sharon Keenan60 CONS/LGC350 Hangar Ave.Travis Air Force Base, Calif. 94535-2632(707) 424-7727

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


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