The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to award a $48 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for analytical and professional navigation support services to the USACE’s Institute for Water Resources.
USACE IWR issued a sources sought notice in search of potential industry partners currently registered on the System for Award Management database, U.S. Federal Contractor Registration said Monday.
The multiple-award contract will have one base year and up to four option years.
Contractors will be required to provide services such as decision support, analyses and assessments, future directions assessments, navigation data, collection and analytical methodologies, navigation decision support systems and tools, navigation outreach and navigation studies and assessments.
USACE’s Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity also seeks information from companies that can provide technical and analytical support services to the IWR on all aspects of the Civil Works Navigation mission area.
Interested parties can submit input to USACE through Nov. 30.