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Training Support for FMCSA Safety, Criminal Interdiction and Professional Development Programs

Procurement Office FMCSA - Washington DC Office
Procurement Category Services (not listed)
Contract Awarded No
Estimated Value $10 million to $20 million
Competition Type 8(a) Competitive
RFP Quarter 3rd QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
NAICS 611 430
Sequence Number MC-MHT-001

The contract provides support the FMCSA National Training Center to develop and implement training in the FMCSA Safety, Criminal Interdiction and professional development programs.  Services include administrative support, support of curriculum management activities, including instructional system design, multi-media and graphics support for web based and in person training.  Training delivery support includes support for the NTC Facilities, including information technology (IT) support; course scheduling and logistics, finance and tracking/database support.

Contact Name Ron Crampton
Phone 703-235-0514
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract? Yes

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