Federal Emergency Management Agency Offering Indefinite Quantity Contract for Supply of Cots for Guam, Other U.S. Locations
Written by ADAM BROWN
Friday, May 20, 2011

GUAM – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is seeking contractors able to supply thousands of cots for Guam, Puerto Rico, and six locations on the continental United States, according to a presolicitation notice.

The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, which is set aside for small businesses, will last for one base year plus four optional periods of one year each, according to presolicitation notice number HSFEHQ-11-R-0056. The deadline for responses is June 1.

The contractor "must be able to deliver 1,500 cots within 3 days after receipt of delivery order and 10,000 cots within 30 days after receipt of delivery order," the notice said. Besides Guam and Puerto Rico, the cots are to be delivered to Selma, Alabama, Forth Worth, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia, Moffett, California, and Cumberland and Frederick in Maryland.

For more information on the contract, see this link.


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Last Updated on Friday, May 20, 2011