GUAM – The Pacific Air Forces Office has issued a solicitation for uninterrupted power supply batteries for Guam’s Andersen Air Force Base.

The Air Force is looking for delivery of 30 batteries, preferably of the model UPS 12-350MR, although acceptable alternatives would be C&D UPS 12-250MR or Johnson Controls 12-310FR, according to solicitation number F1C0CP1220A001.

Interested vendors must provide two types of quotes, one the includes shipping to the Defense Distribution Depot in Tracy, California and a second one that includes shipping all the way to Guam.

This is a 100 percent small business set aside. 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 4 p.m. Central Time on Aug. 31.

Additional details are available here.

The contract is one of an ongoing series of opportunities for small business contractors to supply Andersen Air Force Base with appliances and equipment, parts, supplies and accessories as well as other smaller goods and services. In recent months, Andersen AFB has issued requests for paper shredders, industrial freezers, portable air conditioning units, parts for a radio and telephone recording system, fiber optic cable and electromagnetic accessories such as electrical cables, connectors, batteries and speaker accessories.

The contracts represent business opportunities with the Department of Defense for qualified small businesses, outside of larger contracts such as computer system upgrades, janitorial services and construction projects.

 

GuamBuildupNews.com regularly presents Department of Defense and other Federal Government contracting awards and opportunities that can be performed by companies from Guam or that require at least some of the work to be performed in Guam. This coverage is a service to the Guam business community and the worldwide federal contractor community to encourage teaming between prime contractors and qualified subcontractors, vendors and suppliers to compete more effectively for projects.

 

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