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Enhanced MARPAT?

A reader sent this to us. It was posted 8 July 2008 on FEDBIZOPS. The solicitation was awarded by RDECOM Natick Acquisition Center.

U.S. Army RDECOM Acquisition Center, Natick, MA on behalf of the United States Marine Corps, Program Manager- Infantry Combat Equipment, has a requirement for the development and testing of an improved Marine Corps camouflage measure for individual clothing and equipment. Per U.S.C 2304(c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source, the Government anticipates awarding on a sole source basis, a firm fixed price service contract to Timothy R. ONeil, a small business located in Alexandria, VA for approximately $30,900.00. The Period of performance for this effort is One Year from the date of award. The purpose of this service is the development and field evaluation of an improved / enhanced MARPAT that will ultimately provide Marines with enhanced concealment through optimization of MARPAT print. The North American Industry Classification System Identifier for this procurement is 541712; the Small Business Size Standard is 500 employees. Questions concerning this synopsis can be directed to Kevin Parker, Contract Specialist, at [email protected] .


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