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Ohio, United States
Government : Military
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NSN 2510-01-061-7390, TORSION BAR, SUSPENSION.  This material is being procured in accordance with (19207) Basic Drawing 12268689


The required quantity is 650 each with a 100% option to be shipped to DODAAC (SW3120) Anniston, AL with a required delivery of 361 days.  FOB Origin (First Destination Transportation applies) and Inspection and Acceptance at Origin are required. This solicitation is not set-aside for small business.  This material is not commercial; therefore, the Government is not using the policies contained in FAR Part 12 in its solicitation for this item.  However, interested suppliers may identify to the Contracting Officer their interest and capability to satisfy the Government's requirement with the commercial item within 15 days of this notice.  This solicitation will be available on the Internet at after the issue date of 08/21/2019.  Due to system constraints, it may take as long as three business days from the stated issue date for the solicitation to post to DIBBS.  Technical drawings/bid sets are available.  Hard copies of this solicitation are not available.  While price may be a significant factor in the evaluation of offers, proposals will be evaluated according to "best value" procedures on the basis of Price, Past Performance, Delivery, and Socioeconomic factors. All offers shall be in English and in US dollars.  One or more of the items under this acquisition may be subject to an Agreement on Government Procurement approved and implemented in the US by the Trade Agreements Act of 1979.


DLA has enhanced its Joint Certification Program (JCP) registration and validation procedures. Selected National Stock Numbers (NSNs) will require additional permissions to access the associated technical data.

In the event a vendor cannot access the technical data for a NSN in DLA cFolders, the vendor must submit a onetime request to for technical data access consideration. If a vendor has inquiries after having submitted required information to the JCP office, these inquiries are to be directed to


DLA processes the vendor's technical data request on a first come, first served basis. Failure to comply timely with required information may result in lack of consideration for DLA solicitations. It is vitally important that vendors provide correct company official name(s) and contact information in all correspondence. DLA will work diligently on validating vendor requests. Vendors will be notified within 3 business days of when their requests were approved. However, DLA cannot guarantee that it can complete all validation requests by the due date for any solicitation responses.


Technical drawings/bid sets are available after the issue date on the Internet at through 'cFolders' under the 'Technical Data' tab.  Requests should include the RFP number, opening/closing date, NSN, PR number, buyer's name and your complete name and address.  FEDERAL, MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL SPECIFICATIONS CANNOT BE PROVIDED BY DSCC.  Interested parties may obtain copies of Military and Federal Specifications and Standards, Qualified Products Lists, Military Handbooks, and other standardization documents from the DoD Single Stock Point (DODSSP), in Philadelphia, PA.  Most documents are available in Adobe PDF format from the ASSIST-Quick Search and in most cases can be downloaded directly via the Internet using standard browser software.  Documents not available for downloading from ASSIST can be ordered from the DODSSP using the ASSIST Shipping Wizard after establishing a DODSSP Customer Account by following the registration procedures or by phoning the DODSSP Special Assistance Desk at (215)697-6396/6257 (DSN:  442-6396/6257). Users without access to the Internet may contact:


Bldg. 4/D

700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19111-5094. 

Patterns, Drawings, Deviations Lists, Purchase Description, etc., are not stocked at the DODSSP. 


The Contracting Officer may utilize on-line Reverse Auctioning as a means of conducting price discussions under this solicitation. During the course of the on-line auction, offerors' proposed prices will be publicly disclosed to other offerors and anyone else having access to the on-line auction. This public disclosure is anonymous, meaning that each offeror's identity will be concealed from other offerors (although it will be known to the Government), and only generic identifiers will be used publicly for each offeror's proposed pricing (e.g., "Offeror A"). By submitting a proposal in response to the solicitation, offerors agree to participate in the Reverse Auction and that their prices may be publicly disclosed, including to other offerors, during the Reverse Auction. An offeror's final auction price will be considered its final proposal revision. No price revisions will be accepted after the close of the Reverse Auction, unless the Contracting Officer decides that further discussions are needed and final proposal revisions are again requested in accordance with FAR 15.307.



To submit an offer through DIBBS, search for the solicitation and then click the Red "Offer" button on the search results screen (Note:  users must be logged in to DIBBS in order to submit the offer through DIBBS).  For additional guidance, refer to


A single email cannot exceed 15 MB. Proposals greater than 15 MB must be divided into multiple emails.

Richard R. Dunkel, Contract Specialist, Phone 6146926827, Email

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