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Federal Contracts : 2013-04-10 : (Custom Search)

NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD ON A SINGLE SOURCE BASIS: Refurbish and Deliver an Integrated Control and Monitoring System to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, OH (from Los Angeles, CA), to New Bedford Panoramex Corp.

Solicitation Number: DTFACN-13-C-00176

Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Location: Great Lakes Region

Notice Type: ARCHIVE


The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Central Service Area Chicago Office proposes to acquire, under single source procedures, services to refurbish an Integrated Control and Monitoring System (ICMS) originally developed by New Bedford Panoramex (NBP) of Claremont, CA. The system will be delivered from Los Angeles CA for retrofitting at the NBP facility and then transported for installation and use at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport in Ohio.

The services include purchase of equipment and retrofitting and implementation of the system to comply with the operational needs at CLE, and extension of the All Inclusive Warranty.

In accordance with the FAA Acquisition Management System, AMS, the purpose of this announcement is to inform industry of the basis of the FAA's preliminary decision to contract with a single source. This procurement is considered to be single-source because the ICMS was developed by NBP for the sole use at FAA Air Traffic Control Towers. The skills, personnel, tools, and equipment are already in place at NBP to refurbish these proprietary systems. The ICMS is not an off the shelf-COTS item. A responsive source must possess documentation supporting successful past performance and experience in the refurbishment of an NBP ICMS. They would also have to comply with the warranty and training requirements, and have access to applicable manuals and available parts required to successfully complete the work, as well as knowledge of the delivery, packaging and shipping requirements specific to this system. In order to be considered financially capable, any potential offeror must also provide documentation to support their ability to handle a contract worth between $100-$500k.

This announcement is for informational purposes only and not a Solicitation/Request for Proposal. Unless a viable source that meets all the above requirements is found, this requirement will be awarded to NBP Corporation and will not be available for full and open competition. All questions pertaining to this announcement should be addressed in writing to the Contract Specialist, Karen Czerwiec, (847) 294-7298,, no later than 2 pm (CDT) Wednesday, April 10, 2013.

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Karen Czerwiec,, Phone: 847-294-7298 Click here to email Karen Czerwiec

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Posted: 2013-04-10
Response Date: 2013-04-10
Archive Date: 2013-04-10
Set Aside: N/A
Classification Code: Electrical and electronic equipment components
NAICS: Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for Measuring, Displaying, and Controlling Industrial Process Variables