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multiple sole-source General Electric (GE) NSNs in support of various aircraft engines


Virginia, United States
Government : Military
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This agency proposes to add multiple NSNs from multiple FSCs to an existing long-term strategic/sole source contract. A total of 7 NSNs are currently targeted for this contract effort. These items have been identified as sole source. However, some items may have history showing awards to other than the OEM. The proposed action is intended to be awarded on a sole source basis to General Electric at CAGEs 07482 and/or 99207. The proposed items are intended for addition to existing sole source contract SPE4AX12D9422 under award to General Electric, CAGEs: 07482 & 99207 (IAW FAR 6.302-1). This is a Requirements Type Contract with approximately three (3) years remaining. The contract requires supply of parts as well as other functions including but not limited to inventory management, forecasting, distribution, storage, reliability improvements, engineering maintenance, and design (control) affecting these parts. Subcontracting opportunities do exist for this effort. Letters expressing interest in subcontracting provided to the contracting officer will be forwarded to the identified OEM.


It is the Government's intent to use a letter solicitation format to the sole source Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM); therefore, if any non-OEM source is interested in any of the NSNs, please notify the Contracting Officer prior to the synopsis closing date. Surplus dealers are also invited to respond to this synopsis. The response should include a completed surplus certificate, DLAD 52.211-9000, Government Surplus Material or adequate traceability documentation to show that the product is acceptable. (Note: Other Aviation sites will provide their equivalent surplus clause, as applicable). Responses to this announcement from other than the OEM should identify items of interest and include evidence of ability to supply the items for the contract period as identified.


In addition, respondents should identify the quantity available and price. A copy of the letter of interest should be forwarded to the contracting officer identified herein and SBA PCR (michael.massello@dla.mil). The Government may alter the acquisition strategy if purchase of existing surplus or newly-manufactured inventory is in the best interest of the Government.


David R. Whitby, Phone 8042795643, Email david.whitby@dla.mil - Kim Banks-Jackson, Contract Specialist, Phone (804) 279-5646, Fax (804) 279-6300, Email kim.banks-jackson@dla.mil

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