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Procurement Office FHWA - Washington DC / Office of Contracts and Procurement
Procurement Category Engineering Services
Competition Type Full and Open
RFP Quarter 1st QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
NAICS 541 330
Sequence Number 2018-109_FHWA_Traffic Noise Model
Description

This project involves addressing comments and completing development of the FHWA Traffic Noise Model version 3.0 including user interface, incorporating fixes identified during the public comment period and beta-testing of the draft version. This effort will also include the development of supplemental analytical tools, user manual and other documentation, and to provide technical support to FHWA when the final model is released.

Contact Name Adam Alexander
Email adam.alexander@dot.gov
Phone (202) 366-6799
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract? No

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