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Air Force Temporarily Suspends Request for Heat Treated Lumber for Andersen Air Force Base on Guam as It Plans to Increase Order
Written by ADAM BROWN
Thursday, June 09, 2011
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GUAM – The U.S. Air Force temporarily cancelled a request for a small business contractor to supply heat-treated lumber and nails for Andersen Air Force Base on Guam as it plans to increase its order and seek new funding for the additional items, according to a solicitation notice.

In May, Andersen AFB requested more than 8,000 boards of various lengths and widths as well as almost 300 plywood sheets and about 60,000 nails ranging in size from 2 inches to 3.5 inches, according to Pacific Air Forces solicitation number F1C2MU1123A001.

"This solicitation has been cancelled due to additional requirements," Pacific Air Forces said in a notice yesterday. "This will be re-solicited once new requirements have been confirmed and additional funding has been received."

For more information on the cancellation of the contract, see this link.

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, June 09, 2011