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Procurement Category
Engineering Services
Estimated Value
Pre-FY20-$1 million-$2 million
Competition Type
Full and Open
RFP Quarter
1st QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
2015
NAICS
541 712
Description

The FHWA Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) Program focuses on longer-term and higher-risk breakthrough research with the potential for transformational improvements to plan, build, renew, and operate safe, congestion free, and environmentally sound transportation systems.  The EAR Program anticipates soliciting for research proposals in three to five topic areas and making five to eight awards.

Past research awards typically have been between $500,000 and $2 million and gone to multi-disciplinary teams composed of multiple organizations (public and private) recognized nationally and internationally for their research capabilities. See  http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/advancedresearch/about.cfm for more information.

Contact Name
David Kuehn
Email
Phone
(202) 493-3414
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
No
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
No
Disclaimer:
Title V, of Public Law 100-656 requires that Federal agencies make available its Procurement Forecast to the Small Business Administration (SBA) and to interested business owners. The forecast listing is not intended to be all-inclusive. The Forecast is one of many tools available to small businesses. All projected procurements are subject to revision or cancellation. Final decisions on the extent of competition, small business participation, estimated value, or any aspect of the procurement action will not be made until each procurement is initiated. The forecast data is for planning purposes, does not represent a pre-solicitation synopsis, does not constitute an invitation for bid or request for proposal, and is not a commitment by the government to purchase the desired products and services. Actual solicitation notices will be posted on FedBizOpps as prescribed by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
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