DOI Releases Small Biz Solicitation for Government-Owned Aircraft Maintenance Services

The Interior Department is seeking proposals from small businesses for a multiple three-year contracts to help maintain the U.S. government’s fixed-wing aircraft throughout Alaska.

DOI looks for contractors that can support scheduled inspections, unscheduled maintenance, repairs and refurbishment as well as help the department address identified mechanical discrepancies on aircraft, US Federal Contractor Registration said Monday.

DOI inpects aircraft every 100 hours of operation.

Interested parties can ask questions about the federal business opportunity through April 12 and submit quotes until April 20.

The solicitation can be viewed on USFCR’s Advanced Procurement Portal.

USFCR is a third-party government registration firm that offers Simplified Acquisition Program and government contracting assistance services that include System for Award Management registration, bid training and proposal writing.

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