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DOI to Award Contract to Phoenix International for Phase II of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Development

DOI to Award Contract to Phoenix International for Phase II of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Development - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Jeff Brody

The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement intends to award a contract to Phoenix International Holdings for further development of an autonomous underwater vehicle ignition system to support the activities of the bureau's oil spill preparedness division.

BSEE said Monday in a FedBizOpps notice that the company has already completed work under the development program's initial phase, delivering an underwater-deployable ignition system designed to perform in extreme weather conditions including those in the Arctic region.

Work under the upcoming contract will apply gelled fuels and oxygen for the ignition system's further development. BSEE seeks to achieve technology readiness level seven under the program's second phase, which is expected to conclude 18 months after the contract is issued.

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