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Procurement Category
Environmental Services
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Competition Type
Sole Source
RFP Quarter
4th QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
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Engineering research services to 'Guidance Tools to Improve Core Elements of State Quality Assurance(QA) Programs". Make it easier for states to transition from inadequate acceptance systems to more efficient QA systems which also provides resource support, training, knowledge sharing. Quantity is lump sum for deliverables containing research report, tech briefs, database, powerpoint presentations, guidance documents, articles and any other material that will assist in the deployment of the findings.

Contact Name
Richard B. Duval, PE
(202) 493-3365
Current research is underway for QA oversight of Local Public Agencies(LPA)within this office. In addition guidance has recently been provided for QA for Design Build in tech briefs and as well for Design-Bid-Build.
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
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