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FEMA Seeks Contract Support for CBRNE Office

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency is soliciting proposals to acquire subject matter experts and technical support for its CBRNE Office.

The CBRNE Office supports FEMA’s all-hazards mission to improve the readiness and capability to respond in the event of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive (CBRNE) incident.

The CBRNE Office is responsible for the execution of the Improvised Nuclear Device Response and Recovery Program, the Chemical/Biological Program, the Nuclear Incident Response Team Program, the Domestic Emergency Response Team Program, the Nuclear/Radiological Incident Prevention Program (NRIPP) and the Interagency Modeling and Atmospheric Assessment Center (IMAAC) Program.

Tasks under the contract will include a range of activities supporting these programs, including:

  • Technical, program and project management support
  • Development of standard operating procedures
  • Exercise development and execution
  • Program planning and execution
  • Capability enhancement projects
  • Schedule and coordinate meetings

The period of performance is for 3 years. Due to the nature of the work, FEMA will award a fixed rate Indefinite Delivery Indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, with task orders to be issued at a later date. FEMA anticipates two 2 IDIQ contracts will be awarded.

Further details are available via Solicitation Number: HSFE50-15-R-0018. The deadline for proposals is Jul 02, 2015.

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