The Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) intends to issue a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for air cargo services in Alaska to assist flood victims in rebuilding efforts, according to contract documents released Friday on the Federal Business Opportunities website.
“Services will include loading and unloading. Cargo may consist of building materials and supplies to include: concrete floors, garage floors, floor systems, exterior wall, interior partitions, truss packages, roof systems, paint, and donated items,” FEMA said in contract documents. Under the contract, aircraft will provide air cargo services for Fairbanks, Alaska to flood affected areas such as Galena, Fort Yukon, Hughes, Eagle, Circle, Emmonak, Alakanuk and possibly other areas of Alaska.
The BPA contract minimum is $3,000, with a ceiling of $500,000. The contract will run for one year from the date of award with a six month option.
FEMA invites companies interested in providing the services to submit a price quote by Friday.
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