SOURCE: US Federal Contractor Registration

US FEDERAL CONTRACTOR REGSITRATION

July 01, 2015 03:00 ET

US Federal Contractor Registration: U.S. Special Operations Command Releases Boat Refurbishment Service RFI on FedBizOpps (FBO) in North Carolina

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - July 01, 2015) - The United States Federal Government as of 05/30/2015 has 442 open Solicitations in North Carolina where they are currently seeking out properly registered government contractors. According to the new USA Spending website, the federal government has so far spent over $232 billion in government contracts over the course of 1,322,712 government transactions in 2015. Currently, the United States Federal Government has spent over $2 billion on government contracts in North Carolina alone. Please see the below available contract released by US Federal Contractor Registration, additional North Carolina contracts can be found at https://www.uscontractorregistration.com.

US Federal Contractor Registration is reporting the release of the Boat Refurbishment Service RFI in North Carolina posted to FedBizOpps (FBO) on June 30, 2015. Boat Refurbishment Service RFI currently has a response date set for July 7, 2015. Every business interested in bidding on the Boat Refurbishment Service RFI must be properly registered in the SAM Registration, as well as have the North American Industry Classification System codes 336 - Transportation Equipment Manufacturing, and 336611 - Ship Building and Repairing filed in their SAM account/vendor profile.

Below is a copy of the Boat Refurbishment Service RFI as originally posted to FedBizOpps (FBO) on June 30, 2015:

The information sought herein is for planning purposes only and shall not be construed as a request for quote (RFQ), request for proposal (RFP), invitation for bid (IFB), or as an obligation or commitment on the part of the Government to acquire any product or service. There shall be no basis for claims against the Government as a result of information submitted in response to the RFI. The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this RFI, or otherwise pay for any information submitted by respondents to this request. This notice is for market research purposes only and is not indicative of a full requirement. Should a requirement arise, the full requirement will be detailed in the solicitation.

The United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) is seeking to identify sources that are capable of providing refurbishment services for two (2) Boston Whalers Maritime Vessels. For each Boston Whaler vessel, Contractor shall furnish all labor, material, equipment, tools, supervision, and any other items necessary to provide refurbishment. For each Boston Whaler vessel Contractor shall perform the following services. Contractor shall remove engine brackets and inspect them. Contractor will apply 5200 (sealing) and reinstallation of existing hardware. Contractor shall remove the cabinet behind the steering station and install a new leaning post. Contractor shall repair all fiberglass damage inside and out, including the bottom.

Contractor shall prime and paint with Alexseal Polyester Polyurethane topcoat to include steering station, dive doors, hatches and hull. Contractor shall remove and install new wiring for the electrical panels in steering station. The Contractor must have a satisfactory past performance repairing Boston Whaler Maritime Vessels, in addition the Contractor shall ensure all personnel performing the servicing have satisfactory experience on Boston Whaler Maritime Vessels as well. The contractor shall pick up, de-rig, and return the vessels back to the Government. The Government will not furnish equipment to the Contractor under this contract nor will the Government provide space in order to conduct the work.

Businesses that would like to learn how to bid on available opportunities or register in SAM can call Acquisition Specialist John Wayne at 1(877) 252-2700 Ext. 747. Vendors have been enrolling in the Simplified Acquisition Program to win available government contracts, network with procurement officers across the nation, and qualify their business for government contracting. Businesses that would like to learn more about the Simplified Acquisition Program can visit http://www.simplifiedacquisitionprogram.org/.

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