GUAM – The Navy’s Military Sealift Command in Norfolk, Virginia is looking for a small business contractor to provide annual American Bureau of Shipping re-certification of its Simplified Voyage Data Recorder system and to install a new audio backup power cable for the USNS Ericsson in Guam.

The work for the ship, a fleet replenishment oiler, is to be conducted in 2012 from April 14 through May 14 at Naval Base, Guam, according to solicitation number N40442-11-T-7684.

The contractor will be responsible for inspecting, testing and certifying system equipment including the Pilot House SVDR Data Acquisition unit, the Radio/SVDR Data Processing unit, the Pilot/ Operation and Alarm unit and the Open Bridge/ Final Recording Medium, the Navy said.

This request for quotation is completely restricted to small business contractors only and will result in a firm fixed price purchase order.

All firms must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration database in order to be considered for award.

Responses to this request for quotes must be received by 8 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on Aug. 30.

Additional details are available here.

This is one of a series of solicitations related to the maintenance and repair of the USNS John Ericsson in recent days. Other solicitations are seeking a centrifugal pump and parts, incinerator parts, and annual inspections for the ship’s fire system and Global Maritime Distress and Safety System.

 

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