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Procurement Office
Procurement Category
Services (not listed)
Estimated Value
Competition Type
Small Business Set-Aside
RFP Quarter
1st QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
311 821
Sequence Number
MC-ESL - 01

1. MAP-21 Required Data Analysis(§32302):  MAP 21 imposes requirements on FMCSA to review collection and processing of MedCert data. Does not include travel.
2. Data Analysis of AAMVA/CDLIS information: This expense directed at reviewing data collected from CDLIS reports from each of the 51 jurisdictions. 
3. Data Analysis of FMCSA/ACRS information: Given the data that FMCSA collected during the last compliance review of each State, and given the data that States provide today regarding which findings have been resolved or not resolved.

This contract is to analyze data provided from a variety of sources in a variety of formats, generally spreadsheets.  Contractor will review and collate data, summarize findings and present findings in a format agreed upon by the contractor and Program Office. 

Contact Name
Carlos Dequina
(202) 236-9649
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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