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"Airport Security Guard Service Contract for LAX"



Wednesday, January 30, 2002

ARMED SECURITY GUARD SERVICE CONTRACT FOR LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER (ATCT), LOS ANGELES, CA -- Potential
Sources Sought

NOTICE TYPE: Sources Sought Notice
DATE POSTED: 25-JAN-02
AGENCY: Department of Transportation
OFFICE ADDRESS: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, AWP-55 Western Pacific
Region (AWP)
SUBJECT: ARMED SECURITY GUARD SERVICE CONTRACT FOR LOS ANGELES
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER (ATCT), LOS ANGELES, CA
CLASSIFICATION CODE: 99 - Miscellaneous
SOLICITATION NUMBER: DTFA08-02-R-00091
CURRENT RESPONSE DATE: Feb 08, 2002
ORIGINAL RESPONSE DATE: Feb 08, 2002
CONTACT: James Travers, Contracting Officer, (310) 725-7556
NOTICE TEXT: Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA), Western-Pacific Region; Public Announcement of
Proposed Procurement (Offerors sought). The Federal Aviation Aviation
Administration (FAA) Western-Pacific Region has a requirement to provide
armed security guards at the Los Angeles International Airport Air
Traffic Control Tower in Los Angeles, California. The successful
contractor shall provide all labor, equipment (other than Government
furnished equipment), transportation and supervision to provide two (2)
armed security guards 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends
and all holidays. Interested firms are invited to submit a written
request to the Contracting Officer for an RFO package, or reply via
internet by using the "Reply to SIR" button located below this
announcement. To respond via FAX, include company name, address,
telephone and FAX numbers, and name of contract person. VERBAL REQUESTS
WILL NOT BE HONORED. All requests must be received no later than 1:00 PM
(West Coast Time), on February 8, 2002. A MANDATORY site visit and
pre-bid conference will be held on a date to be announced later. A six
(6) month base contract with four (4) option years will be awarded. The
FAA will evaluate qualified offers and will award a contract based on
"best value" to the FAA considering total cost to FAA, written narrative
of qualifications and approach to work, references of past performance,
and financial capacity. The FAA may make an award without
communicaitons, fact-finding and/or negotiations; however,
communications, fact-finding and negotiations may be conducted with one
or more firms to determine the best value to the FAA. 
INTERNET ADDRESS:
http://www1.eps.gov/spg/DOT/FAA/WPR/DTFA08-02-R-00091/SynopsisR.html 


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