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C-Arm


Maryland, United States
Government : Military
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This notice announces the intent by the U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA) in support of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System (AFMES) to negotiate on a sole source bases IAW FAR 13.106 with Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. Only Siemens, of 40 Liberty Blvd, Malvern, PA, 19355. Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. can provide a mobile C-Arm device capable of having both fluoroscopic imaging and single shot x-ray operating simultaneously. The authority cited for this procurement is under 13.106-1(b)(1)(i): Only one source reasonably available.

AFMES has a requirement for a mobile C-Arm device capable of providing medical images in the field. This device supports the mission by allowing the medical examiners to examine regions that are not easily accessible during autopsies. The C-arm scanner contributes to the medicolegal death investigations by providing new information that could not be obtained by an autopsy alone and allows investigation of anatomic regions that are not easily available for autopsies. Scanning is useful in cases of gunshot injuries and explosions; it allows shrapnel to be located easily. Additionally, in cases where the deceased needs to be identified, the mobility of the C-Arm allows medical examiners to position the scanner in a specific area that needs a closer look rather than scanning the entire body. The expectation of the vendor will be to deliver, setup, configure the C-Arm and provide onsite technical and software support training to staff members.


AFMES requires the C-Arm to have both fluoroscopic imaging and single shot x-ray operating simultaneously. This allows the continuous viewing of foreign objects. In the case of AFMES mission, the medical examiners need precision and accuracy when performing autopsies. It's imperative for examiners to have the ability to perform a single shot x-ray and to press and hold the button to allow for fluoroscopic imaging.


Items being purchased in this acquisition:
• Part # - 14455186, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455187, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455123, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455126, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455150, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455151, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455136, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455203, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455116, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455207, Qty=1
• Part # - 14455208, Qty=1
• Part # - SU_INITIAL_24, Qty=1
• Part # - SU_ALCF_BIOMD, Qty=1


This acquisition is being conducted under simplified acquisition procedures. There are no set-aside restrictions for this requirement. The intended procurement will be classified under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 339112 with a small business Size Standard of 1,000 employees.


This Special Notice of Intent is not a request for competitive quotes and no solicitation document exists for this requirement. However, parties interested in responding to this notice shall submit technical data, including cost, sufficient to determine capability in providing the same product. All capability statements received by closing of this notification of this synopsis will be considered by the Government. A determination by the Government not to compete based on responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement.


Based on the information above the only technically acceptable solution is provided by Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.


All questions and responses concerning this notice shall be emailed to Brian Miller at brian.d.miller1.civ@mail.mil, reference number W81XWH19R0082 in the subject line.


Interested concerns must identify their capability in writing to the above email address listed above no later than 2:00 PM ET, 8 July 2019.


BRIAN MILLER, Email brian.d.miller1.civ@mail.mil

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