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Record NumberNAICSDescriptionProc MethodEst Dollar RangeTarget Award DatePlace of Performance
Pending561210Facility SupportCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$3M - $5MFY 2018 Q1Addison, Houston and Dallas Locations
Pending541611State Authorization and Condification SupportTo Be Decided After Market Research>$250K - $500KFY 2018 Q4Regional Office
Pending334516Inductively Coupled Plasma/Mass SpecTo Be Decided After Market Research>$100K - $250KFY 2016 Q3Houston Laboratory
FY13-726561499Audiovisual support servicesCompetition Restricted to Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q4Research Triangle Park
FY13-725516730Provide grounds maintenance and landscaping services for the Research Triangle Park, NC U.S. EPA locationCompetition Restricted to Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q1Research Triangle Park
FY13-724541330Work with tribal utility organizations to develop technical, managerial, and financial capacity of tribal Public Water Systems to achieve compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.Sources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q1Contractor facility
FY13-723423430Laptop computers to replace those at the end of their useful life.Sources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q3N/A
FY13-722541519Telecommunications, help desk, database administrationWindows servers and SAN systems administration,wireless lan, Lab Information Management Systems support, computer security, and Great Lakes National Program Office technical support. Competition Restricted to 8(a) Certified Companies>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q277 W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604
FY13-721562910Variety of activites including data analytic and grapichical support services, environmental reports, technical services including near real time water monitoring, demonstration of select restoration technologies, information systems suport, and environmental planning support.To Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q4Work to be performed throughout the Great Lakes basin.
FY13-721541330Work with tribal utility organizations to develop technical, managerial, and financial capacity of tribal Public Water Systems to achieve compliance with thr Safe Drinking Water Act. Sources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q1Contractor facility
FY13-720713940Region 3 Office of Policy and Management Wellness Center, 5 yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q1
FY13-719333316Region 3 Office of Policy and Management Copier Machines Lease, 5yearsFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
Full and Open Competition or Competitive
>$1M - $3MFY 2016 Q2Philadelphia PA, Boothwyn PA, Linwood PA, Ft Meade MD, Annapolis MD, Wheeling WV
FY13-718561431Region 3 Office of Policy and Management Mailroom Services, 5yearsAbilityOne (Formerly JWOD (Javits-Wagner O'Day Act) Program)>$1M - $3MFY 2018 Q4
FY13-717541511Region 3 Environmental Science Center Database Services,5yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q4
FY13-716561730Region 3 Environmental Science Center Landscaping, 5yearsAbilityOne (Formerly JWOD (Javits-Wagner O'Day Act) Program)>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q3
FY13-715221210Region 3 Environmental Science Center Natural Gas, 4yearsFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
Full and Open Competition or Competitive
>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q2
FY13-714561720Region 3 Environmental Science Center Janitorial/Mail, 5yearsAbilityOne (Formerly JWOD (Javits-Wagner O'Day Act) Program)>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q2
FY13-71356212Region 3 Environmental Science Center Lab Waste Disposal, 5yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$1M - $3MFY 2018 Q3
FY13-712541511Region 3 Office of Policy and Management GIS Suppor, 5yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q3Philadelphia PA, Boothwyn PA, Linwood PA, Ft Meade MD, Annapolis MD, Wheeling WV
FY13-711541513Region 3 Office of Policy Management LAN and IT Helpdesk Support, 4 yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
>$1M - $3MFY 2018 Q2Philadelphia PA, Boothwyn PA, Linwood PA, Ft Meade MD, Annapolis MD, Wheeling WV
FY13-710517919Region 3 Office of Policy and Management VOIP Support, 5 yearsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q2Philadelphia PA, Boothwyn PA, Linwood PA, Ft Meade MD, Wheeling WV, Annapolis MD
FY13-709562910Region 3 Hazardous Site Cleanup Division Emergency and Response Services, 4 years, One Small Business Setaside Acquistion, One Full and Open AcquisitionCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
Full and Open Competition or Competitive
FY 2017 Q2DC, DE, MD, PA, VA, WV,
FY13-708611310Region 3 Chespeake Bay Program Office Independent Evaluator, Four YearsFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$1M - $3MFY 2016 Q3Annapolis
FY13-706541512Technical & analytical services for fuels compliance center for Tier 3 fuels regulatory compliance Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1
FY13-705811219Region 3 Hazardous Site Cleanup Division Equipment Maintenance Contract, 5 yearsNon-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$5M - $10MFY2018 Q2Boothwyn PA, Linwood PA, Philadelphia PA, Ft Meade MD, and Wheeling WV
FY13-704541519The contractor shall provide personnel with experience and knowledge in data entry, programming, user support and training for EQuIS Chemical and Geology Graphical Database, Superfund Enterprise Management Systems, Oracle Business Intelligence tools, Geographic Information Systems and other databases as assigned. To Be Decided After Market Research>$250K - $500KFY 2017 Q2
FY13-703541620The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking contractor support in performing Underground Injection Control (UIC) and Underground Storage Tank (UST) inspections in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Contractor shall collect data in accordance with specific written technical direction documents to support the EPA's efforts in compliance monitoring activities for various classes and subclasses of UIC wells and USTs. Non-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$1M - $3MFY 2017 Q1NY, NY, PR and the USVI
FY13-702519120On-site contractor support in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 2 offices to perform the following primary functions: maintenance and operation of 4 file rooms and their subsidiary space; management of documents/records/compilation of site files and Administrative Records' Superfund Document Management System Support; maintenance of dockets/documents and providing records disposition.Competition Restricted to 8(a) Certified Companies>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q4Edison, NJ
FY13-701562910Remediation of lead mine waste within the Oronogo Superfund Site in Jasper County, MO. Contract estimated value of $45M to $55M over 5 years.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-700562910Remediation of residential yards, tailings pile and areas around preimeter of streams including sediment, banks, and floodplain within the Madison Mines Site (OU3), MO. Estimated value is $14M to $16M over 3 years.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-699541712On-Site Risk Management and Ecological Exposure Research ServicesSmall Business Set AsideFY2015 Q3
FY13-698561612The contractor shall provide armed security guard services 24 hours per day, seven days per week, at the EPA's Edison Environmental Center in Edison, NJ. Non-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-697541620This acquisition prescribes analyses in support of policy and programmatic decisions in the environmental area of monitoring and controlling consumption and emissions of ozone depleting substances (ODSs) and their substitutes. The technical analyses required involves frequent updating, upgrading, and running of emissions and economic models.FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$250K - $500KFY 2015 Q3Contractor's Facility
FY13-696541620The EPA requires technical and analytic support concerning new technologies and alternatives to ozone-depleting substances (ODSs) and their use in designated sectors to support regulatory and programmatic decision, both domestic and international, being considered by the Stratospheric Protection Division (SPD)FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q4Contractor's Facility
FY13-695541620The Contractor shall provide support for specification development; research and analysis; sales, recruitment and industry outreach; media marketing; software and electronic information development; program integrity; program evaluation; administration and management for the ENERGY STAR Program.To Be Decided After Market Research>$50M - $100MFY 2016 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY13-694541620The Contractor shall provide marketing, public/ media relations, new media, advertising, educational outreach, strategic planning and evaluation, market research, and technical support services for ENERGY STAR and other voluntary programs.To Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY13-693541620The Contractor shall provide support for the ENERGY STAR Hotline and distribute materials as necessary.Competition Restricted to 8(a) Certified Companies>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q4Contractor's Facility
FY13-692541990This acquisition will provide support services for the Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule. This Procurement will assist EPA in the development of rules and guidelines for the reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from large sources and suppliers in the United States, and will also support the EPA in implementing the Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule. Specific services will include supporting the development of calculation, monitoring, and reporting approaches; general rulemaking support, such as responding to comments, outreach and training; verification; data systems; economic analyses, and data publishing.To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1Washington DC, 20005
FY13-691541990The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires analytical services in the form of model outputs from a specialized computable general equilibrium model. For EPA purposes, the model must be capable of estimating economic impacts of emissions mitigation, and be easily enhanced to track emissions and mitigation costs for various greenhouse gas and sequestration options. The level of detail required implies that the model must be econometrically estimated from data for the U.S. economy, and must be at least as disaggregated as the two-digit NAICS data.To Be Decided After Market Research>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3Washington DC, 20005
FY13-690541990The Landfill Methane Outreach Program requires services to support the mission of the Climate Change Division. These services include technical and economic assessments of Landfill Gas recovery and use options; project level feasibility assessments; outreach efforts through such activities as conferences and publications; landfill gas and landfill related policy, legal, regulatory and market evaluations and support; development of new strategies to reduce methane emissions from landfills; and, tracking program and project development.To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q4Washington DC, 20005
FY13-689541620Continued technical and expert support and assistance for human health and ecological risk assessment services to Ecosystems Protection and Remediation, Risk Assessment Group, for risk assessment activities in the Region 8 Superfund program. MAS (Multiple Award Schedule) (Non-FSS or GWAC)>$3M - $5MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's Facility
FY13-688541712TechnIcal support for the develpment and evaluation of technologies, processes, and tools to prevent or reduce pollution of air, land, and water, and to restore ecosystems.Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$50M - $100MFY 2016 Q3contractor holder facilities
FY13-687541620Regulatory, Analytical and Evalution Support Services for Radiation Protection ProgramsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$10M - $25MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's Facility
FY13-686541519Database and Modeling SupportTo Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY13-685512110Video Production Support for OAQPSFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$500K - $1MFY 2015 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY13-683The SBIR Phase I contracts are for six months and are up to $100,000 for innovative technologies. Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$50KFY 2016 Q2
FY13-682561210The contract will provide maintenance, preventative maintenance, mechanical repairs, and other support services to maintain the facility.Competition Restricted to 8(a) Certified Companies>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-681541620To provide monitoring services of CASTNET, which has been used to characterize trends in deposition levels & atmospheric concentrations of air pollutants & their precursors. This includes requirements to operate & maintain CASTNET monitoring stations that provide air quality & atmospheric deposition data for 39 states & Ontario, Canada. Operation of these stations & collect/ship air quality samples to the laboratory. EPA requires the contractor to electronically obtain air quality & meteorological data from all EPA monitoring stations & submit this data to EPA on a daily basis.To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's facility
FY13-680334516PM 2.5 Teflon FiltersFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's Facility
FY13-675To Be Decided After Market Research>$250K - $500KFY 2015 Q4
FY13-674>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-669562910Remediation at 10th Street Superfund site in Columbus, NE of PCE (dry cleaning chemicals). Work to include excavation and restoration of contaminated soils after demolition of several buildings.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-666562910The DES procurement is part of the EPA Superfund Remedial Acquisition Framework (RAF). The DES contracts will provide professional services of a scientific, architecture and engineering nature to support the EPA cleanup programs, primarily the Superfund Program. These contracts are intended to provide services including remedial investigations, feasibility studies, remedial design, engineering evaluation/cost analysis, targeted brownfield assessments, and general technical assistance. Enforcement support, that is oversight of the environmental remediation work being financed and performed by another Federal Agency, State, Tribe, or potentially responsible parties (PRP) may also be provided under this contract. Full and Open Competition: The DES contracts will be procured through a single national request for Architect-Engineer Qualifications using the Standard Form 330 under FAR Part 36.6 and the Brooks Act. >$100MFY 2016 Q3The DES contracts will be awarded to support all ten EPA regions. Each geographic region will be defined by a contract line item number (CLIN). Firms may bid on one or more CLINS, each of which corresponds with the ten EPA Regions.
FY13-665562910The ESO procurement is part of the EPA Superfund Remedial Acquisition Framework (RAF). The ESO contracts will supply (professional) services to support the EPA’s cleanup programs, primarily the Superfund Program. These contracts require personnel to deliver the following services: field work and analytical support, remedy operations including long term response action, and preliminary assessment/site investigation activities. The ESO contracts will give technical support to EPA project manager(s) in the oversight of the EPA contractor implementing the remedial action or a removal action under the RES contract. The ESO contracts will also give technical oversight of the environmental remediation work being financed and performed by another Federal Agency, State, Tribe, or potentially responsible parties.A Sources Sought will assist in determining the procurement method. Multiple awards are anticipated.>$100MFY 2016 Q4A Sources Sought will assist in determining the geographic coverage of each ESO contract.
FY13-664562910The RES procurement is part of the EPA Superfund Remedial Acquisition Framework (RAF). The RES contracts will provide the EPA with a contract vehicle to acquire remedial and removal action services where the release, or threatened release, of hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants pose a risk to human health and the environment. The primary focus of these contracts will be to carry out the EPA-lead Remedial Action (RA) or the site cleanup phase of the process. The RA phase is the implementation of the remedial design, which will typically be completed under the Design Engineering Services (DES) contracts, also under the RAF. Therefore, these contracts will include a construction component.A Sources Sought will assist in determining the procurement method. Multiple awards are anticipated.>$100MFY 2016 Q4A Sources Sought will assist in determining the geographic coverage of each RES contract.
FY13-663541380This contract shall focus on environmental analytical issues, including developing capability and capacity where it does not exist or is very limited for chemical warfare agents (CWAs) This contract shall be a part of EPA's Agency-wide Environmental Response Laboratory Network (ERLN). Non-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$500K - $1MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-662541380This contract shall focus on environmental analytical issues, including developing capability and capacity where it does not exist or is very limited for chemical warfare agents (CWAs) This contract shall be a part of EPA's Agency-wide Environmental Response Laboratory Network (ERLN). Non-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$500K - $1MFY 2015 Q4
FY13-661541620Contractor provides emergency response capabilities, environmental data maangement and assessment and site related technical support and documnetation in the areas of radiation and hazardous materials to the Agency's Environmental Response Team (ERT). This support will primarily serve ERT Cincinnati, Ohio and will provide a secondary support resource to the ERT office in Edison, NJ. The contractor employees will be physically co-located with ERT personnel at the Northern Kentucky facility in Erlanger, Kentucky.To Be Decided After Market Research>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q4Cincinnati, OH and
FY13-660561210A joint logistics support services and warehouse management and equipment contractor will provide EPA Region 6 with efficient mechanism for readiness and preparedness when responding to environmental emrgencies. By participating in training exercises and daily warehouse management and equipment maintenance, contractor personnel will have a working knowledge of how EPA Region 6 conducts business during an emergency responseSources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method>$3M - $5MFY 2016 Q2Statewide for Region 6
FY13-656811219Repair & Maintenance of R10 laboratory equipmentCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
To Be Decided After Market Research
>$250K - $500KFY 2017 Q1
FY13-655Scientific data management, Bioinformatics entailing managing and analyzing large data sets including genomics, genetics, high-throughput screening data, etc., Cheminformatics entailing development of cheminformatics tools, Text Mining, and Mining & curating evidence about chemicals. To Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q2
FY13-654541712Provide support for analysis of cell, organ, or organism culture systems with complex & diverse biological capacities in order to measure chemical effect on critical pathways, processes, and phenotypes relevant to human and ecological toxicity. The contract will require the use of validated, human or rodent cell-based or biochemical assays to evaluate the effects of a library of compounds on key molecular targets in signaling and toxicity pathways. The ability is required to provide high-throughput transcriptomic screening across multiple human cell lines. As part of the ToxCast Program, the EPA is screening thousands of chemicals in hundreds of cell-based and biochemical high-throughput in vitro screening assays to identify changes in biological activity that may suggest potential toxic effects and potentially adverse health effects. To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $25MFY 2016 Q1
FY13-653541380Laboratory Environmental Sample Collection and Analysis in support of the Region 7 Lab. Estimated value is $2M to $4M over 5 years.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3
FY13-652The contract will provide operations and maintenance support services for ORD/NERL/Ecosystems Research Division located in Athens, GA. To Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q2Athens, GA
FY13-650541712The contractor shall provide non-personal technical support services including the use of statistical analysis, geographic information systerms, visualization, and other software using government network environments. To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1
FY13-649Contract for the operation, maintenance of systems associated with the human exposure chambers including quality and safety assurance.To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q4Chapel Hill, North Carolina
FY13-647541620Technical support services for pre-survey research and planning, field sampling, sampling logistics, laboratory analyses and data analysis and researchMAS (Multiple Award Schedule) (Non-FSS or GWAC)>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's facility
FY13-646541620Technical and regulatory support services for the development of human health criteria, health advisories, maximum contaminate level goals and pollutant levelsTo Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $25MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's facility
FY13-645541611Technical support for financial assessment, technical, logistical and ancilliary support services to OWMTo Be Decided After Market Research>$3M - $5MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's facility
FY13-644541620Technical support services in support of OWM's responsibilities under CWA and SDWA, including NPDES, municipal and industrial discharges from stormwater, sewer system overflows, construction, commerical vessels and animal feeding operationsTo Be Decided After Market Research>$50M - $100MFY 2016 Q2Contractor's facility
FY13-643611691Exam preparation and certification for the National Tribal Drinking Water Operator Certification ProgramTo Be Decided After Market Research>$250K - $500KFY 2015 Q4Contractor's facility
FY13-642541512Support and management of geospatical platform, Envirofacts data warehouse, development and operations of numberous geospactial applications, mobile applications, data and web site, and variety of other web sites/interfaces and data management.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)$55MFY 2015 Q1Washington
FY13-641541620Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's Facility
FY13-640541620Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q2
FY13-638541430Provides graphics and media support to ORD labs, centers and offices including graphical design; printing and publication production; multimedia authoring and editing; and video and photography production.FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-637541519Provide EPA/ORD researchers and support staff assistance in the following areas: (1) Meet information management/information technology (IM/IT) policies, procedures, and guidance for Scientific Applications and Scientific Management Applications (at any system life cycle stage), (2) Define, develop/procure, implement, operate/maintain, or terminate a scientific management application, and (3) Provide EPA/ORD assistance managing and monitoring those Scientific Applications and Scientific Management Applications (e.g., application portfolio). GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-636541519Services provided under this task order include Image Scanning, Report Development, Data Entry, Technical Writing, Editing, and Documentation, Technology Transfer and Assessment, Content Management (static web support and design), and Technical Reference Center (TRC) Services.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-635541511IRIS is a key health risk information resource developed and maintained by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The IRIS Program, which oversees the operation of IRIS, is part of EPA’s Office of Research and Development’s (ORD) in the National Center for Environmental Assessment (NCEA). The IRIS Program prepares human health assessments on substances of environmental importance, and once completed, makes them available on a readily accessible web site. Then the public, private sector, state and local organizations, and other federal agencies help to determine the potential degree of risk to people when regularly exposed to these types of environmental contaminants by accessing the IRIS Web site and database. The support under this task order includes: Operation and maintenance of the IRIS Web sites and databases; enhancements to the sites based on Agency guidance and new technology; web analytics for site usability/enhancement and improved communication; and technical review by a Subject Matter Expert (SME) with expertise to provide support for database design or development.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-634541519Provide the National Center for Environmental Assessments (NCEA) with development support to supplement the existing HERO application. The development will be accomplished in such a way that code can be integrated into the existing architecture, providing interoperability and taking advantage of existing code. HERO is in a mixed phase of development and maintenance/operations and we continue to develop new features and applications to support the science assessment process while improving the capability and performance of existing code. The purpose of ongoing development is to help refine and extend current capabilities.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-633541519Supports the National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL) with the creation, application, and distribution of complex environmental models (or simulations) that address research issues that are too large or too complex to duplicate in the real world. Examples include molecular modeling or global climate change. Research in this task order is computationally intensive and relies on distributed or centralized high end computing.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q3Various
FY13-632541519Scientific Models, Applications, Visualization, Computational Science, and Statistical Support (SMAVCS3) which is the combination of the current SAVCS3 and RSGIS TOs. This is the description: SMAVCS3 has a computational focus and a geospatial focus. For example, research under SMAVCS3 may use geospatial data as input into scientific applications. However, the primary goal of SMAVCS3 is not to create place-based assessments and predictions. Rather, the goals of SMAVCS3 include supporting the creation, application, and distribution of complex environmental models (or simulations) that address research issues that are too large or too small to duplicate in the real world such as molecular modeling or global climate change. Research supported by SMAVCS3 is typically computationally intensive and relies on distributed or centralized high end computing. Work pertaining to SMAVCS3 will include developing models that are often geo-referenced and rely on geographic data layers often found in classic GIS tools. There will be development of algorthims or models that are spatially-referenced. GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q2Various
FY13-631541519ORD’s National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) Web Design/Maintenance, Database Development, Technical Writing and Editing - Provide NHSRC with the resources needed to support its efforts to make environmental information accessible to the public, scientific community and to federal government personnel. This includes the provision of expert technical advice, consultation, product development, Web site development support and services for related projects.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q2Various
FY13-630541519ORD Applications Development and Management Support (ADaMS) – which will provide the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s Office of Research and Development (ORD) software development ,testing, implementation, and production support for various ORD labs, centers, and offices for (1) science/research management systems / software and (2) administrative systems / software.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q2Various
FY13-629541511ORD Management Information System (OMIS) Transition Support - Develop and implement IT solutions to: 1) enhance and modify OMIS to integrate with the Compass application and ensure compatibility with changes to the existing administrative systems architectures; 2) ensure that OMIS business functions compliment business functions supported by other systems: and 3) keep OMIS and its dependencies functioning, minimizing the interruption of the day-to-day business process within ORD. GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q1
FY13-628TBDTechnical support for PPRTV program including document development, literature search, and health and exposure assessments.TBD>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q2Contractor's facility
FY13-625485999Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) --Local and Regional Transit Passes Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$250K - $500KFY 2015 Q4
FY13-621811219Provide preventive maintenance and repair service to approximately 20 Agilent GCMS and GC/ECD instruments and accessories. Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$250K - $500KFY 2017 Q1
FY13-619541611Technical and Analytical Support for the Public Water Systems Supervision (PWSS) And Underground Injection Control (UIC) ProgramsFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$50M - $100MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's facility
FY13-618541611Technical and analytical support for Underground Injection Control and Source Water Protection ProgramsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's facility
FY13-617541620Technical and analytical support for the Water Security DivisionFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$50M - $100MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's facility
FY13-613541380 High Resolution Superfund Methods (HRSM)
(Superfund Dioxin/Furans and PCB Congeners Methods (Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration) DLM-CBC01.0)
Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q4Contractor’s Facility
FY13-611561210Provide facilities operations and maintenance for EPA-RTP locationsFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$50M - $100MFY 2015 Q4Research Triangle Park and Chapel Hill
FY13-609Support services to operate and maintain NHEERL research laboratory located in Narragansett, RI>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3
FY13-606On-site management of chemical receiving, chemical shipment, hazardous and non-hazardous chemical waste receipt, packaging, shipment and disposalNon-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm
Anticipated
>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q2Research Triangle Park, NC
FY13-602541620Clean Air Status and Trends Network MonitoringSole Source FAR 6.302-1>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q2Contractor's Facility
Show details for FY13-599FY13-599541611Support for strategic planning, training, public education, outreach and communication, peer review supportTo Be Decided After Market Research>$3M - $5MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's Facility
FY13-598541620Technical Support for Stimulating and Promoting Strategic Environmental Management ApproachesTo Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q4Contractor's Facility
FY13-583569210Treece Subsite of Cherokee County Superfund Site remediation of lead mine waste. Estimated value is $10M to $12M.Competition Restricted to Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses>$10M - $25MFY 2016 Q3
FY13-580541620The purpose of this support is to provide technical and regulatory development services to support EPA in developing and implementing prevention programs to reduce the risk of discharging releases of oil and releases of hazardous substances to the environment and building preparedness capacity for oil and hazardous substances emergencies and responding to emergency events and discharges of oil and releases of hazardous materials.To Be Decided After Market Research>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's facility
FY13-577541620Technical support for Region 6 Implementation Program for Tribal Public Water SystemsFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
Simplified Acquisition Procurement
>$500K - $1MFY 2016 Q1New Mexico
FY13-576541620RCRA Enformcent and Permitting Assistance (REPA) for Corrective Actions and Site InvestigationsCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
Full and Open Competition or Competitive
>$5M - $10MFY 2017 Q4Regoin 6 States (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX)
FY13-575541611State Authorization and Codification SupportTo Be Decided After Market Research>$250K - $500KFY 2015 Q4Regional Office
FY13-574541511Document Management System Support ServicesTo Be Decided After Market Research>$500K - $1MFY 2017 Q4Regional Office
FY13-573562211Radioactive Waste StorageFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$500K - $1MFY 2017 Q4Texas
FY13-572541513Help Desk, Desktop Systems, Database systems, e-mail, file server hardware, business applications, WEB development, remote access, telecommunications, IT field support for emergency response.GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract)>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q4Management Division
FY13-571811212Printers MainenanceCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
Simplified Acquisition Procurement
>$100K - $250KFY 2016 Q3Regional Office
FY13-570453210Supplies (Paper)AbilityOne (Formerly JWOD (Javits-Wagner O'Day Act) Program)>$250K - $500KFY 2016 Q3Regional Office
FY13-568518210Records and Library SupportCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
Simplified Acquisition Procurement
>$3M - $5MFY 2016 Q1Regional Office
FY13-562541620Provide technical support for ecological effects, fate and transport of pesticides in the environment. Data Evaluation Review production supports analyzing data and producing risk assessments for registration, registration review and litigation chemicals.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
Sources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method
To Be Decided After Market Research
>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q2Contractor Facility
FY13-561541690Provide technical support services for assessments of occupational exposure and environmental release, evaluating control technologies for reducing exposure and environmental release, identification of pollution prevention opportunities, performing economic analyses and providing support for regulatory development activities. To Be Decided After Market Research>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q4Contractor Facility
FY13-560TBDProvide technical and administrative support for regulatory meetings related to the review of new chemicals and database support related to those actions.Non-competitive (Sole Source) for an 8(a) Certified Firm>$3M - $5MFY 2016 Q1Contractor Facility
FY13-557562910Provide fast responsive environmental cleanup services for hazardous substances/wastes/contaminants/materials and petroleum products/oil for the EPA, Region 2.Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$50M - $100MFY 2015 Q2
FY13-545541380Chemical Speciation of PM 2.5 Filter SamplesFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY13-540541512The e-Manifest procurement seeks to replace the current paper-based system for tracking the off-site shipment of all hazardous waste with a national electronic manifest system to facilitate the electronic transmission of the uniform manifest form.To Be Decided After Market Research>$100MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's Facilities
FY13-526Inspection of Underground Tanks for complianceFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q4Various
FY12-515562910Iola, KS - Residential cleanup of zinc contamination at the former United Zinc and Associated Smelters Site. Estimated value is $8M to $10M.To Be Decided After Market ResearchFY 2016 Q3
FY12-502542910The contractor shall provide response services for emergency, time critical and non-time critical removal actions, and remedial actions to mitigate or eliminate any hazard or damage to the environment resulting from a release or threat of release of hazardous substances, oil and other contaminants or pollutants to the environment for the states that comprise the EPA Region 4. The contractor may be tasked to provide response services outside the region through regional "crossovers".Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside. This procurement was previously awarded as a small business set-aside. The total period of performance is 60 months>$100MFY 2015 Q2The (8) states that comprise Region 4: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
FY12-497541690To provide technical, analytical, economic, engineering, data systems/information technology, assessment, and communications support for Clean Air Markets Division’s (CAMD) environmental programs.Full and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q4
FY12-494541511Region 3 Chesapeake Bay Program Office IT Support ServicesCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside
FSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)
>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q2
FY12-493541620Region 3 Superfund Technical Assessment and Response TeamCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside (West)
Full and Open Competition or Competitive (East)
>$50M - $100MFY 2015 Q4
FY12-491562910Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team (START)Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-AsideFY 2016 Q2Contractor's Facility
FY12-489562910Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team (START)To Be Decided After Market ResearchFY 2016 Q2Contractor's facility
FY12-482493190Equipment warehouse operations including inventory maintenance, maintenance/repair and calibration of equipment and equipment transportation/delivery servicesTo Be Decided After Market Research>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Region 1 Warehouse located at 222 Cummings Park in Woburn, MA (subject to change)
FY12-481Note: National effort is underway to develop Remedial Acquistion Framework , future remedial contracting strategy. The Remedial Acquistion Framework provides professional architect/engineer,technical and management services to the Environmental Protection Agency to support remedial response, enforcement oversight and non-time crtical removal activites under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liablity Act of 1980 (CERCLA), as amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) Services to be provided include: remedial investigation/feasiblity studies (RI/FS),remedial design(RD),oversight of PRP RI/FS, RD and RA activites ,5 year reviews; A&E Support during RA;technical engineering support, O&M oversight,long-term remedial actions; RA Constuction,constuction resulting from LTRA, on time critical removals, contract services to include design and constuction management of remedial actions. The contracts are to be awarded under FAR Part 36,Brooks Act for A&E Services and FAR Part 37 for services.TBD>$100MTBD Q4New England
FY12-436541620This Enforcement Support Services contract provides Potentially Responsible Party Searches and Litigation Support to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support ongoing and new enforcement case development. Contract services include: Potentially Responsible Party Searches, Negotiation Support, Expert Witness/Litigation Support, Cost analysis, and community involvement support activities. Small business set-aside(8a)>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q2Region 4 states
FY12-435562910The contractor shall provide response services for emergency, time critical and non-time critical removal actions, and early/interim remedial actions. The services are required to mitigate or eliminate any hazard or damage to the environment resulting from a release or threat of release of hazardous substances, oil and other contaminants or pollutants to the environment for the states that comprise the EPA and bordering states.Small Busness Set-Aside>$100MFY 2015 Q2Region 4-AL,FL,GA,KY,MS,NC,SC & TN
FY12-423561210 The purpose of the Administrative and facilities Support Services contract is to provide services that include mail operations,fleet maintenance and management,courier service,general labor support,and copy machine support.Courier service is required from EPA Region 1 5 Post Office Square,Boston,MA building to the laboratory at 11 Technology Drive, North Chelmsford, MA. To a lesser extent, the courier shall transport government personnel to and/or from designated addresses in the Boston area and the EPA Lab are in North Chelmsford . Fleet maintenance is performed at the parking garage located at One Congress Street Boston, MA and also at the North Chelmsford.MA laboratory.Ablity One (Formerly JWOD( Javitis Wagner O'Day Act) Program)>$1M - $3MFY 2015 Q1EPA Region 1, 5 Post Office Square Boston, MA 02109
FY12-419562910Superfund Technical Assessment & Response Team (START) 4 - The purpose of the Superfund Technical Assistance and Response Team (START) contract is to provide nationally consistent advisory and assistance services to EPA On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs) and other federal officials implementing Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) responsibilities under the national response system. The contractor provides scientific/technical support for EPA activities in futherance of the agency's primary mission: the protection of human health and the environment. Additionally, the contractor provides advisory and assistance services to other programs, such as site assessment, Brownfields and remedial support activities. For each assigned task, the contractor provides appropriately experienced, trained, and accredited personnel with current credentials/certifications as well as all supplies, materials, tools and equipment necessary to complete the job. It is also anticipated that under rare circumstances international support may be required.Competition Restricted to 8(a) Certified Companies>$5M - $10MFY 2016 Q4
FY11-410541620Perform enhancements and maintain current information systems that users at EPA HQ and regional offices use to share information internally and to the publicFSS (Federal Supply Schedule) (Non-MOBIS)>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q2 Contractor facility
FY11-406562910ERRS IV (Emergency and Rapid Response Services) - Provide fast (emergency and time critical) responsive environmental cleanup services for release of hazardous substances/wastes/pollutants and contaminant/materials and petroleum products/oil for the EPA Region 1 (the State of Connecticut; the State of Maine; the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; the State of New Hampshire; the State of Rhode Island; and the State of Vermont). Cleanup to protect the public or the environment in response to natural and man-made disasters, terrorist activities, weapons of mass destruction, and nuclear, biological or chemical incidents may also be required under this contract. A regional “cross-over”, a response in another EPA region, may be requested under this contract. It is also anticipated that under rare circumstances international responses may be required. These contracts provide cleanup personnel, equipment, and materials to contain, recover, or dispose of hazardous substances, analyze samples, and site restoration.Sources Sought Will Determine Procurement Method
To Be Decided After Market Research
>$100MFY 2015 Q4New England (MA, ME, VT, CT, NH, RI)
FY11-387562910Response Action Contracts (RAC)To Be Decided After Market Research>$100MFY 2016 Q1Statewide - Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
FY11-386562910Response Action Contracts (RAC)Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$100MFY 2016 Q1Statewide - Arkansas, Lousiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas
FY11-384562910Emergency Rapid Response Services (ERRs)Competition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$100MFY 2016 Q1Statewide Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
FY11-383541620,518210,519120Enforcement Support Services and Records Management for Regions 6 which includes Potential Responsible Parties Searches, Litigation Support and Records ManagementCompetition Restricted to Small Businesses or Small Business Set-Aside>$10M - $50MFY 2016 Q1Contractor's Facility
FY11-273541620Exposure Assessments for Toxic SubstancesFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$5M - $10MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's Facility
FY11-272Health and Environmental Assessment and Document Processing Support for New and Existing ChemicalsFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $25MFY 2015 Q4Contractor's Facility
FY11-270541620Toxic Substances Economics and Pollution Prevention SupportFull and Open Competition or Competitive>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q3Contractor's Facility
FY10-233541620Statistical and Technical Support for the Assessment of Toxic SubstancesFull and Open Competition>$10M - $50MFY 2015 Q3Contractor Facility