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Notices for June 10-16, 2013
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UNALAKLEET WASTE MANAGEMENT - SOLICITATION (PRESOL)
POC: Olen R. Northern, 907-753-2525, firstname.lastname@example.org; Aldone Graham, 907-753-2528, Aldone.R.Graham@usace.army.mil.
POP: Unalakleet, Alaska 99684.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA85/W911KB-13-R-0043/listing.html
NAICS: 562112. Waste Disposal -- Unalakleet Waste Management. SYNOPSIS UNALAKLEET WASTE MANAGEMENT: U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Alaska (USACE) is requesting commercial services under NAICS 562112 to transport and dispose of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contaminated soil from Former U.S. Air Force (USAF) locations at Unalakleet, Alaska. The Contractor shall be responsible for providing waste stream management transportation, and disposal of PCB-contaminated soil. The Contractor shall furnish to the Government, reports and other data together with supporting material developed during the period of service. The Contractor must be registered in SAM (https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/) under the NAICS code 562112 to be eligible for award. NORTH RIVER UNALAKLEET COMMERCIAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICES April 2013 2.0 WORK TO BE PERFORMED BY CONTRACTOR: The CONTRACTOR shall provide the commercial services described herein and provide, operate, and maintain equipment, materials, supplies, and labor to complete the Tasks described in this SOW. The CONTRACTOR shall transport and dispose an estimated 1,710 cubic yards (CY) of PCB contaminated soil to an approved Treatment Storage Disposal Facility (TSDF). An estimated 565 CY is to be considered TSCA-regulated (above 50 mg/kg). The USACE would prefer that as much waste as practical is transported to the TSDF facility this current 2013 field season. All TSCA-regulated waste (above 50 mg/kg) shall be removed in 2013. CONTRACTOR TASKS The following sections describe the equipment, materials, supplies, and labor required to complete the objectives listed below: *Preparation and submittal of a waste transportation and disposal plan and off-site facility compliance certification. *Delivery of 130, 20-foot intermodal type containers to Unalakleet, AK. *Preparation of a complete manifest package to include but not be limited to: approved waste profiles, manifests, bills of lading, land disposal restriction notifications, Canadian transit notices and manifests and all supporting waste shipment documentation. *Transportation and disposal of PCB-impacted waste. *Report waste tracking, progress, final transportation and disposal. 2.1.1 Task 1. Preparation and Submittal of Waste Transportation and Disposal Plan and Off-Site Facility Compliance Certification. Within two weeks after Notice to Proceed, the CONTRACTOR shall participate in a coordination meeting with USACE and the onsite remediation contractor, Jacobs. The purpose of this meeting with be to discuss the scope of the project, roles and responsibilities, expectations, and schedule. The CONTRACTOR shall submit a waste transportation and disposal plan and the off-site facility compliance certification within 30 days of Notice to Proceed (NTP). The off-site facility compliance certification verifies that all treatment, storage and disposal facilities identified in the waste transportation and disposal plan are permitted to receive the wastes. If any changes to the waste transportation and disposal plan and/or the off-site facility compliance certification occur after the initial submittal, an updated plan and/or certification shall be provided to USACE. 2.1.2 Task 2. Supply and Delivery of Waste Containers. Beginning approximately June 01, 2013, Jacobs, will begin excavating PCB-impacted soils. Soils will be packaged in one cubic yard (CY) Supersacks and transported to the beach landing area where Jacobs will place the Supersacks in the CONTRACTOR-provided containers. The CONTRACTOR will be responsible to have onsite labor and equipment necessary to assist Jacobs with staging of both empty and filled containers. It is the CONTRACTOR's responsibility to coordinate closely with Jacobs to ensure that waste loading activities are performed in a manner providing maximum project efficiency. Jacobs will have equipment available to load empty containers on the ground only; therefore, coordination will be required to ensure that filled containers are moved and empty containers are staged and available for Jacobs to fill. It is the CONTRACTOR's responsibility to determine the appropriate container type that will be the most effective for loading, shipping, and delivery to the TSDF. Work under this item may include but is not limited to providing waste containers used for transporting project generated wastes based on the estimated quantities including any materials necessary to safely transport soil and debris. The contractor shall assume an estimated base quantity of 1,145 CY of non-TSCA regulated soil and 565 CY of TSCA-regulated soils. Past efforts and available onsite equipment indicate containers can be loaded with no more than approximately 16 tons of soil. Tonnage factor is estimated at 1.23 ton/CY of soil. The maximum tonnage per container will be based on capacity of heavy equipment available to transport containers onto the barge. The CONTRACTOR is expected to determine the number of containers required for the total volume of soil expected to be excavated this field season. 2.1.3 Task 3. Preparation of a Complete Manifest Package. Work under this item shall include the development and preparation of waste profile sheets for the appropriate TSDF. Profiling will require the evaluation of waste analytical data provided by USACE. If additional waste characterization is needed, the CONTRACTOR will be responsible for obtaining needed data. Analytical data from the soil excavated this season will be provided within 3 days after receipt from the analytical laboratory. Work under this item shall include providing a submittal, including all documentation identified as part of the complete manifest package, to USACE and U.S. Air Force (USAF) for initial review. The USAF-appointed signatory will sign all hazardous waste manifests after review and determine that the manifests and attachments are complete and accurate as outlined in this section. The USAF may defer signature of non-hazardous waste manifests to the CONTRACTOR, however all manifests will be reviewed as previously described. The signed complete manifest package will be provided to the appropriate TSDF as per 40 CFR Part 262 requirements, for final signature upon receipt of the waste(s). Certificates of disposal will also be provided once the waste has been accepted at the TSDF. A complete manifest package will include but not be limited to: *Completed/Signed Hazardous Waste Manifests. *Uniform Non-Hazardous Waste Manifests. *Manifest attachments to include PCB control sheets and Land Disposal Restriction Notifications (where applicable). *Certified Generator Waste Material Profile Sheets and any supporting documentation such as laboratory analyses, MSDS' or generator knowledge. *Notice of Canadian Transit. *Canadian Hazardous Waste Manifests. *Notice of Discrepancies (if needed). *Exception Report (if needed). *Certificates of Disposal. *Certificates of Destruction. *Bills of Lading. The complete manifest package will be submitted to USACE and USAF for initial review at least 7 days prior to any scheduled waste shipments, and returned to the CONTRACTOR for revisions (if necessary). The revised manifest package will then be submitted for final review by USACE and USAF. 2.1.4 Task 4 Transportation and Disposal of Wastes from Unalakleet to TSDF Contractor shall provide for any applicable container all waste shipment identification materials and mark, label, placard, and prepare waste shipments for transport from Unalakleet to the TSDF. These materials include but are not limited to waste placards, DOT hazard class labels, and hazardous/non-hazardous waste labels with appropriate marking. Necessary supplementary materials such as spray adhesives shall be supplied to ensure the permanence of each container's marking/labeling/placarding. Work under this item shall include loading, hauling, and transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes from the project staging area to the appropriate TSDF for disposal. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for arranging for the transportation of loaded wastes from Unalakleet to the TSDF; subsequent offloading of the waste, and costs accrued for the subsequent disposal. CONTRACTOR shall provide onsite supervision for loading/unloading of waste containers, including tracking origin of waste in each bin. CONTRACTOR shall also be responsible for any necessary decontamination of waste containers and disposal of decontamination waste. The contractor shall assume an estimated approximate quantity of 2,100 tons of PCB-contaminated soil: 1,400 Non-TSCA and 700 tons of TSCA-regulated. Certificates of Disposal for all wastes shall be submitted to USACE/USAF within 30 days after receipt from TSDF. In the event of potential regulatory reporting exceedences, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately contact USACE/USAF, prepare proper notification documents and coordinate with USACE/USAF notification to the appropriate regulatory agency(s). 2.1.5 Task 5 Reporting As part of this work item, the CONTRACTOR shall maintain a waste tracking spreadsheet for submittal to the USACE project manager or his designee. The waste tracking spreadsheet shall be submitted daily while the CONTRACTOR is onsite and weekly when the CONTRACTOR is off-site and waste is in transit. The waste tracking summary spreadsheet may be submitted in hardcopy or electronic (Microsoft Excel) format, however electronic format is preferred. The final waste tracking spreadsheet will be submitted 30 days after the last manifest shipment is received by the TSD in both hard copy and electronic (MS Excel(R)) format. The CONTRACTOR shall submit weekly progress reports once the contaminated soil leaves Unalakleet until the material arrives at its destination. The progress reports shall summarize the status of the project, progress to date, difficulties encountered and corrective actions taken, and activities planned for the next reported period. The reports shall be submitted electronically via email to the USACE Project Manager and Contracting Officer. The CONTRACTOR shall submit progress reports with each pay estimate. The CONTRACTOR shall submit a Transportation and Disposal Closure Report to USACE within 30 days after the last Certificate of Disposal is received from the TSDF. The Transportation and Disposal Report shall include exception reports, Notices of Violation and Discrepancy reports. 2.1.6 Optional Task 6 Transportation and Disposal of Additional Non-TSCA-Regulated Wastes from Unalakleet to TSDF This Option shall be priced on a per container (16-tons of soil) basis and may be exercised ten (10) times for non-TSCA-regulated soil. 2.1.7 Optional Task 7 Transportation and Disposal of Additional TSCA-Regulated Wastes from Unalakleet to TSDF This Option shall be priced on a per container (16-tons of soil) basis and may be exercised one (1) time for TSCA-regulated soil. 3.0 GENERAL PROJECT REQUIREMENTS 3.1. PERMIT AND PROPERTY ACCESS. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for obtaining Right of Entry (ROE) or any necessary permits. The Contractor shall coordinate all contacts with property owners through the CO and Project Manager. Any contacts made by the Contractor with an owner or regulatory agency, shall be documented in writing and submitted to the CO. Beach landing and container storage fees are the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR. Coordination will be required with the Unalakleet Native Corporation for these fees and available space on the beach. 4.0 SUBMITTALS. The Contractor shall deliver submittals to the Project Manager for this project at the Alaska District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A separate, electronic copy of all submittals shall be delivered directly to the Contracting Officer. All documents shall be submitted to the address below unless otherwise indicated: U.S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, ALASKA ATTN: CEPOA-PM-ESP (David A. Jadhon) P.O. BOX 6898 JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON (JBER), ALASKA 99506-0898 [SEE THE TABLE IN THE NOTICE AT FBO.gov concerning the requirements number of the submittals.] Electronic submittals shall follow the requirements of the Manual for Electronic Deliverables (USACE, 2009), with the exception of the FUDS-specific requirements in Chapter 10. 5.0 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE The Period of Performance to this task order shall be from the Notice to Proceed until 31 December 2014. 6.0 SCHEDULE Item Due Date Coordination Meeting 2 weeks after Notice to Proceed Waste Transportation and Disposal Plan and Off-Site Facility Compliance Certification Plan 30 days after Notice to Proceed Manifest Packages 7 days prior to scheduled waste shipment Waste Tracking Spreadsheet(s) Daily (onsite), Weekly (in transit), and 30 days after last manifest shipment is received by TSDF. Progress Reports Daily (onsite), Weekly after waste is shipped, and with each pay estimate Copies of Non-Hazardous Manifests signed by TSDF Within 30 days of receipt at TSDF Transportation and Disposal Closure Report and copies of Certificates of Disposal (CD) Within 30 days after receipt of CD from TSDF 7.0 WORK EXCLUDED AND/OR TO BE PERFORMED BY OTHERS The following work is to be performed by others at no cost to the CONTRACTOR: *Placement of soil in shipping containers. *Sampling and analysis of waste streams. 8.0 REQUIREMENTS. Contractor shall demonstrate that staff has current remote Alaska experience and training directly related to waste stream management, transportation and disposal. Experience shall include, but not be limited to: waste profile generation, manifesting, land disposal restriction notifications, Canadian transit notices/manifests and all other supporting waste shipment/disposal documentation. Contractor shall have experience managing and performing projects at remote Alaska locations where logistical challenges present unforeseen delays to site access via aircraft and/or barges. Contractor must have Alaskan past performance that shall demonstrate contractor's ability to comply with applicable local, state, federal laws and regulations. Contractor shall identify what laws/regulations are required and how they will be implemented throughout the transportation and disposal process. Contractor key personnel shall have current experience working within local Alaskan native communities. Contractor must be registered in SAM at (https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/) under NAICS 562112. All responses to this notice shall me electronically mailed to Contract Specialist Mr. Olen Northern at Olen.R.Northern@usace.army.mil. RESPONSES SHALL BE RECEIVED BY MR. NORTHERN NO LATER THAN MONDAY, 24 JUNE 2013, AT 2:00 PM ALASKA TIME.
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Alaska, ATTN: CEPOA-CT, P. O. Box 6898, JBER, Alaska 99506-6898
PUBLICATION DATE: June 12, 2013
b--HECLA DISPOSAL SITE POST CLOSURE REVIEW BUY INDIAN SET-ASIDE (COMBINE)
POC: Darren Nutter, 602-241-4567, email@example.com.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOI/BIA/RestonVA/A13PS00327/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. Post Closure Management Review and Recommendations for Continued Post Closure Obligations, Estimation of Clean Closure Costs, and Appraisal of Leased Tribal Trust Lands. Legacy Mineral Beneficiation Waste Disposal Site, Shivwits Indian Reservation of the State of Utah, Washington County. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Western Regional Office (WRO) is soliciting professional services and technical support completed for tasks and authorized, optional work in accordance to the standards and specifications and contractual conditions established in this scope of work (SOW) for Environmental and Real Estate services. These services and support are provided to the WRO and servicing BIA field Office, Southern Paiute Agency (SPA) for the Shivwits Band (Band) of Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah (the Tribe). The environmental enforcement regulatory agency is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 8, RCRA / CERCLA Technical Enforcement Program, Division of Enforcement, Compliance and Environmental Justice, and the Hecla Mining Company (Hecla) is the lessee of the subject property. Work entails field work and meetings in the vicinity of St. George Utah, comprehensive review of engineering design and construction documents, administrative, enforcement and compliance records, inspection reports, environmental studies and other documentation provided to support development, presentation, delivery and acceptance of service products and performance of work outlined and detailed in Part 3 of this SOW. Service products include: (1) Environmental Risk and Impact Analysis and Long Term Monitoring and Maintenance Plan (LTMP), developed for inspection and preventative maintenance and environmental monitoring for continued post closure care at Hecla's former Apex Facility Pond #2 Mineral Beneficiation Waste Disposal Site (Pond #2) located on tribal trust lands leased to Hecla by the Band; (2) an Engineer's Cost Estimate, detailing assumption and financial resources required to clean close Pond #2, eliminating this encumbrance to tribal trust land assets, and; (3) One appraisal assignment with two market values for two Scenarios. The purpose of the appraisal assignment is to have the appraiser/contractor provide an opinion of Market Value on trust or restricted tribal lands for adjustment of Hecla's annual payment to the Band for the continued use of Pond 2 in present condition. Offerors are advised of requirement for performance of additional services, as directed, pursuant to exercise of Optional Services Clause (Task #4) of this requirement. Optional services may be exercised at BIA's discretion, at any time within stated performance period of the contract, provided availability of funds. These services may only be authorized by the BIA Contracting Officer (CO), in writing, or his/her designee. Unit prices for all direct and indirect costs required to fully execute these Optional services, as described, must be included in prospective Offerors' proposal. See Part 8 of this Section for listing of Optional Services. The Shivwits Band of Paiutes (the Band) is one of the five constituent bands of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah (the Tribe). The Band occupies a contiguous parcel of federally-reserved trust land within Washington County. The reservation was established in 1891 following the Band's federal recognition that same year, and included 100 acres of the Band's aboriginal territory along the Santa Clara River near Shivwits, located approximately 10 miles west of St. George, Utah in Washington County. The Shivwits Indian Reservation today totals 28,229 acres. The Shivwits Reservation provides the Band, as beneficiary, with capital endowment of natural resources and capacity to pursue economic ventures for resource development and revenue for support of tribal services and infrastructure, opportunity for employment and training, and other tangible benefits. The U.S. Department of Interior's BIA is responsible for the administration and management of subsurface minerals estates held in trust for the Band by the United States. Moreover, federal Indian trust responsibilities include promotion of economic opportunities, and the protection and improvement of the Band's natural resource trust assets. Fiduciary support for economic development and environmental protection are extended to the Band (and tribal trust assets) by the Real Estate Services, the Division of Environmental, Safety, and Cultural Resources Management (DESCRM), and other programs of WRO and SPA, located in Phoenix, Arizona, and St. George, Utah, respectively. In 1983, the Band entered into a Lease Agreement authorizing rental of tribal trust land for construction and operation of a mineral processing facility to extract gallium and germanium from ore mined at a nearby mine site. This Agreement, and subsequent Agreements and Amendments thereafter, were approved by BIA in support of the Band's economic interests and capital development. Following commencement of milling operations, the Lessee developed a series of surface impoundment, or ponds, for retention of tailings, processing fluids and other mineral beneficiation wastes. One of these impoundments would later be converted from a waste storage site and used by Hecla, the current Lessee of the property for the permanent disposal of mill and mining wastes generated during the term of the lease, contaminated soil, and other wastes from cleanup and reclamation of the greater Facility property. This impoundment is referenced as the Hecla Apex Facility Pond #2 (Pond 2, or the "Site"), and is the basis of solicited services required herein. The St. George Mining Company (SGMC) entered into a 25-year Lease Agreement with the Band for lease of approximately one hundred acres of tribal trust land for construction and operation of mineral processing facility, the "SGMC" Apex Facility, for extraction of gallium and germanium from copper ore mined from the nearby Apex Mine. This leased area is referred to as the Apex Property (the Property); the lease designated use of thirty (30) acres for production and seventy (70) acres for general storage and waste disposal. INTERESTED VENDORS MUST USED THE SEARCH INTERFACE AT https://www.fedconnect.net/ TO LOCATE THE SOLICITATION PACKAGE. PLEASE FURNISH QUOTATIONS NO LATER THAN JUNE 26, 2013, BY 17:00 ET.
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
LANDFILL OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE AT FORT POLK LA (PRESOL)
POC: Pat Jackson, (817) 886-1054, firstname.lastname@example.org.
POP: Joint Readiness Training Center and Folk Polk, Louisiana 71459.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA63/W9126G-13-R-0099/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. Contractor to perform landfill maintenance, operations, and sampling at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Folk Polk LA. THIS PROCUREMENT IS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. Submit the Price and Technical proposals electronically via email to Kendra.A.Freymuth@usace.army.mil. THE OFFER CLOSES JUNE 27, 2013, AT 2:00 PM CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform landfill maintenance, operations, and sampling, as defined in this Performance Work Statement except for those items specified as government furnished property and services. The contractor shall perform to the standards in the contract. 1.1.1 Chaffee Road Landfill: Army Environmental Database-Restoration (AEDB-R) site Polk-09: is located west of Chaffee Road, and is a closed state-permitted landfill of municipal waste generated from housing and post activities. Elevated concentrations of barium, chloride, iron, and manganese had been detected in the groundwater. Operations at this site ceased on September 30, 1993. The site is currently under a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Closure Plan approved by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ). On November 21, 2001, the LDEQ sent Fort Polk a letter to discontinue groundwater monitoring and to plug and abandon the monitoring wells; however, the closure plan still includes 30 years (ending 2019) of maintenance of the final cover system to include cap maintenance, mowing, annual inspection and reporting, storm water management, erosion repair, maintenance of the gas collection system, and land Use Controls (LUCs) (e.g., fencing). 1.1.2 Mill Creek Landfill: AEDB-R site Polk-08: [also known as MCL or SWMU-17] is a closed landfill that is located in the Intensive Use Area on Mill Creek Road. This landfill (approximately 45.5 acres measured on a flat plain), is located on Mill Creek Road. It was used to dispose of hazardous waste and general industrial trash and domestic trash and garbage. The Mill Creek Landfill (MCL) covers an area approximately 35 acres. Because hazardous waste had been disposed of at the site, an impermeable cover and clay cap were constructed on top. Project management, environmental sampling, periodic surveying, cap integrity inspection and maintenance, wildlife control, fence repair, grass mowing, fertilization, seeding and grounds maintenance activities are required. These actions are needed to demonstrate to the State of Louisiana that the corrective measures taken at the landfill is protective of human health and the environment. 1.1.3 Construction Debris Landfill: This landfill also known as AEDB-R site Polk-11 is (approximately 6.45 acres measured on a flat plain), is located inside the Intensive Use Area of Fort Polk on Mill Creek Road. It was used for disposal of construction debris in the 1970s. It was a common practice at the time to construct landfills on ridges in this area. Types of waste disposed in the landfill are documented to have been tires, lumber, concrete, empty paint cans, and various structural metals. During the 1995-1996 RCRA Facitily Investigation (RFI), several seeps were found at the perimeter of the landfill and analysis showed the presence of arsenic, iron, lead, and manganese. Water from the seeps was deemed an ecological risk and an interim measure was implemented to keep the water from surfacing. A network of trenches, piping, and leach fields was constructed to channel seep water underground, where natural attenuation occurs. Fort Polk is required by LDEQ to collect water samples from these leach fields on a quarterly basis. A minimal vegetation cover at the site must be maintained by seeding and fertilization, eroded areas must be repaired and the drain lines must be kept open to allow seep water to flow through it without interference from blockages. Warning signs are posted around the Construction Debris Landfill and must be maintained. 1.1.4 CCSWMU 23: AEDB-R site CCSWMU23: the 2600 Block Vehicle Maintenance Unit is located in the 2600 block of the south Fort Polk cantonment area, northeast of the intersection of Georgia and Mississippi avenues. The area of interest is grass covered and lies at the southern boundary of the site. Corrective action measures were required under the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA) of the Fort Polk RCRA Subpart X Operating Permit No. LA 0124022725-OP-RN-1. Hazardous materials and RCRA listed waste components used at the site include leaded gasoline, solvents, paints, etc. Sources of contamination at this Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) include waste petroleum, oil, and lubricants (POL) and fuels released during vehicle maintenance activities. Benzene is present at the site above the regulatory action limits. Natural attenuation at the site consists of analyzing groundwater from four wells on a semiannual schedule. 1.1.5 CCBldg1725: AEDB-R site CCBldg1725: the Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Car Care Center is located in the 1700 Block of the South Fort Polk cantonment area. The site lies in the median of the boulevard formed by Alabama and Georgia Avenues, one block north of their intersection with Louisiana Avenue. Between 1950 and 2006 the AAFES operated a convenience store / service station at the site. A fuel distribution network of underground storage tanks (USTs), underground pipes and fuel dispensers were present at the site. A separate building (B-1726) was used as a garage for auto repair and maintenance. New USTs were installed at the site in 1998. Fueling operations were halted in 2006 and the newer USTs were removed without incident. All buildings have been demolished and the site is now a vacant piece of land. Soil sampling after UST removal confirmed that residual hydrocarbons were present above Risk Evaluation/Corrective Action Program (RECAP) limits. Site investigation (SI) results concluded that surface and subsurface contaminants existed at the site. An area of contaminated surface soil measuring 80 ft x 60 ft x 15 ft deep was excavated and hauled off-site in November 2010. The soil at the bottom of the excavation was treated with Oxygen Release Compound (ORC-Advanced) before being backfilled. The site will require semiannual monitoring for xylene contamination in the subsurface soil. SCOPE: Landfill maintenance and operations shall be conducted at the Chaffee Landfill at Fort Polk. Landfill maintenance, operations, and monitoring shall be conducted at the Mill Creek Landfill and the Construction Debris Landfill at Fort Polk. Soil sampling shall be conducted at CC Bldg 1725. Groundwater sampling shall be conducted at SWMU 23. Services include ground maintenance, repair work, inspections and surveillance, groundwater sampling, and soil sampling. The contractor shall accomplish compliance with the appropriate landfill closure permits and with the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) letter documentation.
SPONSOR: USACE District, Fort Worth, PO Box 17300/819 Taylor Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102-0300
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT & RESPONSE TEAM (START IV) (SRCSGT)
POC: Mark R. Benson, email@example.com.
POP: Region 4, US Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta Federal Center, 61 Forsyth Street, SW, Atlanta, GA 30303-3104
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/EPA/OAM/RegIV/SOL-R4-12-00008/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS!! This notice is to assess the market strength of vendors that could meet the requirments of Region 4 Superfund Technical Assessment & Response Training (START) IV program. EPA Region 4 START IV provides nationally consistent technical assistance to EPA On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs) and other federal officials implementing Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) responsibilities under the national response system. Interested vendors who can fully can meet the requirements set forth in the statement of work should reply via email before the response due date. Please include company name, point of contact.
SPONSOR: Region 4, US Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta Federal Center, 61 Forsyth Street, SW, Atlanta GA 30303-3104
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
YOSE HAZARDOUS WASTE SERVICES IDIQ (PRESOL)
POC: Thomas Tobin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOI/NPS/APC-IS/P13PS00961/listing.html
NAICS: 562211. YOSE Hazardous Waste Services IDIQ. The US Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS), Pacific West Region, Yosemite intends to solicit proposals from all vendors for a single award firm-fixed-price commercial item IDIQ contract to provide for the transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste generated by Yosemite National Park (YNP). The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this requirement is 562211. This IDIQ contract awarded shall contain a basic 12-month period of performance and four (4) 12-month option year periods (exercised at the discretion of the federal government). This shall be a "Best Value" procurement. Selection will be based on the following factors: 1) Responsiveness to all of the solicitation's requirements, showing demonstrated technical capability of similar scope and contract requirements, including being licensed with all State and Federal requirements for transporting and managing hazardous waste, having a local servicing office within 150 miles of Yosemite NP, employees trained and certified as hazardous waste worker/transporter and maintaining current hazardous waste endorsement on driver's license in providing hazardous waste services to remote areas; 2) Past Performance, based on similar projects of scope; 3) Price. The Solicitation and attachments will be posted electronically on or about June 12, 2013 at https://www.fedconnect.net. All Amendments, if any, will also be posted to this website. Please view complete solicitation when issued for all requirements and Statement of Work. INTERESTED PARTIES MUST USE THE SEARCH INTERFACE AT FEDCONNECT TO LOCATE THESE MATERIALS. RESPONSES WILL BE DUE APPROXIMATELY 28 DAYS FOLLOWING THE DATE OF POSTING OF THE SOLICITATION UNLESS EXTENDED. The point of contact for this solicitation is Thomas P. Tobin, Contract Specialist, National Park Service, Yosemite, 5037 Stroming Road, Mariposa, CA 95338. Email address is email@example.com. All qualified sources may submit a proposal via Fed Connect, which if submitted in a timely manner, will be considered. To be eligible for award, a vendor must be registered and fully compliant in the System for Award Management (SAM) @ sam.gov. Vendors also must register via the FedConnect website prior to submitting proposals. Instructions on how to register and submit your proposal electronically can be found at FedConnect. Additional technical assistance can be obtained by emailing the FedConnect Help Desk personnel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.899.6665. A paper copy of this solicitation will NOT be available to requestors. The Government reserves the right to cancel this announcement and/or the solicitation. This announcement does not constitute the solicitation.
SPONSOR: NPS, PWR - SF/SEA MABO, 333 Bush Street, Suite 500, San Francisco, CA 94104
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
USACE SMALL BUSINESS EVENT - SB INDUSTRY DAY (SNOTE)
POC: Daniel M Curado, email@example.com.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA47/W912PP-SBID/listing.html
NAICS: 236210. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District (USACE SPA) invites you to our 2013 Small Business Industry Day. This free event will include Corps of Engineers' speakers from our various sections who will be briefing attendees on our different programs and upcoming future projects within the Albuquerque District. This event is mainly targeted to businesses currently engaged in general construction, engineering, environmental services and operations and maintenance of facilities. Date & time: Thursday, 1 August 2013, 0830-1200 hrs. Location: US Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District, 4101 Jefferson Plaza, NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109. Speakers & Representatives will be present from Military Construction (MILCON), Environmental Programs, Civil Works Branch, Design & Engineering Division, Operations of Dams & Lakes, and Small Business Resources. RSVP: THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS 19 JULY 2013. There is no registration fee, but seating capacity is limited. Please limit the number of attendees to 2 persons per company/firm. NO walk-in/on-site registration will be allowed. To speed up the security screening process, please do not bring any metals or bulky personal items. To register, please complete the registration form under "upcoming opportunities" at http://www.spa.usace.army.mil/BusinessWithUs/SmallBusinessInformation.aspx.
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Albuquerque.
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
DOD RAPID INNOVATION FUND (COMBINE)
POC: Robin Castoldi, firstname.lastname@example.org; Michael Murtha, Contracting Officer, email@example.com, 703-545-1253.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/ODA/WHS/REF/HQ0034-13-BAA-RIF-0001/listing.html
NAICS: 541712. The Department of Defense (DoD) intends to issue four Broad Agency Announcements (BAA) as contemplated in Federal Acquisition Regulation Parts 35.016 and 6.102(d)(2) for the Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) Program on or about July 12, 2013. The Military Departments and Defense Agencies participating in RIF for fiscal year 2013, may include the Army, Air Force, Navy and Defense component agencies, such as, the Joint Science and Technology Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (CBD), Defense Health Program (DHP), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Missile Defense Agency (MDA), U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM), U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM), Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy Plans and Programs (OEPP), National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), and Combatting Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO). The RIF Program was established to facilitate the rapid insertion of innovative small business technologies into military systems or programs that meet critical national security needs. RIF also intends to facilitate innovative technologies that show a clear transition path to fielding the technology into existing defense acquisition programs. Each BAA will list the technology areas of interest, instructions for submission of white papers and source selection criteria. Subsequent RIF proposals will be invited based on the evaluation results of the white paper submission. Those selected for RIF awards may receive up to $3 million in funding. The period of performance for RIF awards shall not exceed 24 months. Participation in the DoD RIF BAA is open to all responsible sources capable of satisfying the Government's needs; however preference shall be given to small businesses capable of transitioning innovative technologies. The four BAA postings will be made as Army: W911NF-13-R-0011, Navy: ONRBAA13-020, Air Force: BAA-AFLCMC-2013-0001, and the Defense Agencies: HQ0034-13-BAA-RIF-0001. For additional information on BAA postings, focal points, and milestones, please go to the Defense Innovation Marketplace at http://www.defenseinnovationmarketplace.mil/RIF2013.html.
SPONSOR: Other Defense Agencies, Washington Headquarters Services.
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
REMOVAL SUPPORT TEAM 3 (PRESOL)
POC: Peggy DeLuca, DeLuca.Peggy@epa.gov.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/EPA/OAM/RegII/SOL-R2-13-00003/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. The United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Region 2 Contracting Office intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a Removal Support Team (RST3) contract to provide services in New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands. THE ANTICIPATED RELEASE DATE OF THE RFP IS JUNE 28, 2013. The purpose of the acquisition is to obtain scientific/technical services for response, preparedness and prevention, assessment and inspection, data management, training and related technical and administrative activities in support of EPA's responsibilities under the National Response Framework. These services shall be performed in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 (also known as CERCLA or Superfund) as amended, the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, the Robert T. Stafford National Disaster Act, as amended, the Homeland Security Act of 2002 and other environmental statutes. The Government intends to award one hybrid contract that will include a fixed priced core response team, a fixed rate indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity component that will allow the EPA to supplement the contractor workforce, if necessary and a cost reimbursement pool for Other Direct Costs. Work will be ordered through the issuance of task orders and further specifically tasked through Technical Direction Documents. The resultant contract is anticipated to include a three year base period and a two year award term for a total contract length of five years (sixty months). THE ACQUISITION WILL NOT BE SET-ASIDE AND WILL BE CONDUCTED ON THE BASIS OF FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION using FAR Part 15 procedures. No response to this synopsis is required. The solicitation will be posted at www.FedConnect.net. No telephone inquiries for the solicitation will be accepted.
SPONSOR: Region 2, US Environmental Protection Agency, Contracts Management Section, 290 Broadway - 27th Floor, New York, NY10007-1866
PUBLICATION DATE: June 13, 2013
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (PRESOL)
POC: Management Services Center, NCSCcustomer.firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink https://www.fbo.gov/notices/9de642776fd3fabf2eef94830fcf6e08
NAICS: 541620. PLEASE NOTE: ALL RESPONSES SHALL BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY AS EOFFERS (http://eoffer.gsa.gov). NO HARD COPY RESPONSES WILL BE ACCEPTED UNDER THIS REFRESH. NOTICE CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS TO ALL CONTRACTS AWARDED UNDER THIS SOLICITATION: GSA WILL ONLY ACCEPT MODIFICATION REQUESTS SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY AS EMODS (http://eoffer.gsa.gov). The following link provides guidance on utilizing the eOffer and eMod systems, obtaining digital certificates, and using the eOffer and eMod Training Guides: http://eoffer.gsa.gov. Notice is hereby provided that the Standing Solicitation for Multiple Award Schedule 899 Environmental Services has been refreshed. The new solicitation number TFTP-EW-990899-B, Refresh #19 posted June 10, 2013 will replace solicitation number TFTP-EW-990899-B, Refresh #18 posted January 04, 2013 and includes updated clauses and provisions. As part of GSA's continuing effort to improve the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program, the following requirements have been incorporated, effective the date of this refresh. Full Products and Broad Services Offerings: Offeror must provide a full and broad offering on services and/or products. Offers will not be accepted with only limited item/offering (product, labor category, training course, or fixed-price service) unless it represents a total solution for the Special Item Numbers (SINs). Fair and Reasonable Pricing: To determine fair and reasonable pricing, the GSA Contracting Officer may consider many factors, including pricing on competitor contracts, historical pricing, and currently available pricing in other venues. Offers which provide Most Favored Customer pricing, but which are not highly competitive will not be found fair and reasonable and will not be accepted. Notice: The GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program has recently experienced a tremendous increase in new offers. Due to the large number of new offers currently in process, it could take up to 7 months before your offer is evaluated. GSA's practice is to evaluate offers in the order in which they are received. However, GSA may give priority to processing certain offers when circumstances dictate, such as when a federal agency Contracting Officer specifically requests an expedited offer review in order to meet a pending requirement that will be procured under the MAS program, or when there is a need for GSA to bring strategically critical new products or services to market in order to meet federal customer needs. Offerors are responsible for payment to Open Ratings, Inc. for past performance evaluation prior to submission of an offer. The Special Item Numbers (SINs) in the solicitation include: 899-1 Environmental Consulting Services; 899-3 Environmental Training Services; 899-5 Materials and Waste Recycling and Disposal Services; 899-7 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services; 899-8 Remediation and Reclamation Services; 899-10 Ancillary Supplies and/or Services; and 899-99 New Technology. Five NAICS Codes are listed under this solicitation: 541620 Environmental Consulting Services; 562112 Hazardous Waste Collection; 562920 Materials Recovery Facilities; 541380 Testing Laboratories; and 562910 Remediation Services. (Note: Services offered shall NOT include construction and/or architect-engineering services as set forth in FAR Part 36.) This solicitation is open continuously with no closing date. The resultant contracts are awarded as Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity; Fixed Price with Economic Price Adjustment. Contract periods commence on the Date of Award through a 5-year base period with three (3) 5-year option periods. The resultant contracts provide a streamlined acquisition approach for federal agencies to obtain environmental services. Agency ordering procedures for services and further information on the GSA Multiple Award Schedules program may be found at www.gsa.gov/schedules. GSA is only issuing this solicitation/request for proposal through the FedBizOpps internet site; GSA will not provide paper copies of this solicitation. Interested parties may access the solicitation at Internet address http://www.FedBizOpps.gov. This site contains information describing the Federal Business Opportunities and how to register to receive automatic notices of acquisitions. All responsible sources may submit an offer which shall be considered by this agency. For additional information regarding current contract awards, review our Environmental Services website at www.gsa.gov/environmental or GSA Schedules E-Library website at http://www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov. If you have further questions please contact 1-800-488-3111 or e-mail NCSCcustomer.email@example.com.
SPONSOR: Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) - Management Service Center (AQSA)
PUBLICATION DATE: June 12, 2013
WATERBLAST AND ASBESTOS REMOVAL (PRESOL)
POC: Deborah Sorem, 760-939-0812, Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org; Faith La Gore, 760-939-0852.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DON/NAVAIR/N68936D2/N6893613T0168/listing.html
NAICS: 562910. The Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake, CA intends to procure on an other than full and open competition basis the following items: 1) Water blasting and asbestos removal Qty 1 Lot. This requirement is sole sourced to A.S.I., Inc. 2130 E. Brundage Lane, Bakersfield, AA 93307 as the only vendor able to provide the services needed to remove, handle and dispose of the asbestos. A.S.I. has agreed to work with Extreme Pressure Systems, Inc. as they use an ultra-high water blasting system with a High Pressure Pipe Cleaning tool to remove asbestos debris and interior coating from a casing. Extreme Pressure Systems, Inc is the only vendor that has a high pressure pipe tool and has agreed to work side by side with A.S.I., Inc to complete this service. Any firms believing that they can provide the materials may submit a written response to be received at the Contracting Office no later than 5 days after the date of publication of this notice. It must clearly show the firms ability to be responsive without compromising the quality, accuracy or reliability of the materials without causing programmatic hardship. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. Respond to Deborah Sorem, by email to email@example.com, fax to (760) 939-3095, or mail to Commander Code 220000D, NAWCWD, 429 E Bowen Ave, MS 4015, China Lake, CA 93555-6108.
SPONSOR: N68936 Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Dept. 2 Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Dept. 2 429 E. Bowen Rd - Stop 4015 China Lake, CA
PUBLICATION DATE: June 12, 2013
R--SERVICE SUPPORT FOR THE DEFENSE ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (EITM) PROGRAM (PRESOL)
POC: Charlene McMillan, 443-861-4747, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAICS: 541712. The Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) has a requirement to provide support services to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army Installations Energy and Environment (OASA) for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (DASA-ESOH) Technology Directorate and the Defense Environmental Information Technology Management (EITM) Program. OASA (lE&E) has responsibility for policy development, program oversight and coordination of a wide variety of Army activities. These include (but are not limited to): design, construction, operations, maintenance and management of Army installations; privatization of Army family housing, real estate, utilities and other infrastructure programs; environmental compliance, clean-up and site disposal programs; and management of the Army's safety and occupational health programs. OASA (IE&E) also co-chairs the installations Program Evaluation Group (PEG) of the Army Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (APPBS). OASA (IE&E) requires a contractor to provide essential professional, technical, and administrative support services required to facilitate the overall objectives of the OASA (IE&E) and the Defense EITM Program. The contractor shall provide the OASA (IE&E) with support services covering a wide variety of projects and initiatives as described in the PWS. Programs that will require support under the resultant contract will include, but not be limited to, Business Transformation and the Defense Environmental Information Technology Management (EITM) Program support. THE GOVERNMENT INTENDS TO ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) 25 JUNE 2013. Proposals will be due 30 calendar days following release of the RFP. The Government will only consider proposals offered from responsible small businesses. The Government intends to award no more than 1 firm fixed priced, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract. THIS PROCUREMENT IS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 541712, with a size standard of 500 employees. This solicitation will be issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.501, 5.102(a)(7) and 14.205-1(c); therefore hardcopies will not be provided. Proposals submitted must be in electronic format as stated in the solicitation. Any questions should be sent to email@example.com.
SPONSOR: Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC-APG - Installation Division.
PUBLICATION DATE: June 16, 2013
R--ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE CONTRACT SUPPORT SERVICES IN NAVAL WEAPONS STATION SEAL BEACH (PRESOL)
POC: Khay Esguerra, 619-532-4461, firstname.lastname@example.org; Richard Lovering, 619-532-1219.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DON/NAVFAC/N68711AE/N6247313R2806/listing.html
NAICS: 541620. This notice does NOT constitute a request for proposal, request for quote, or invitation for bid. The intent of this notice is to publicize the 8(a) set-aside competitive award of contract support services for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC SW) in Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach. The general scope of this requirement is to provide firm fixed price environmental compliance contract support services as described in the attached Performance Work Statement (PWS) in support of the Installation Environmental Compliance, Conservation Programs and Restoration Programs and the integrated Environmental Management System (EMS) of the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach (NAVWPNSTASB), its Detachments, tenants and customers and includes a wide range of environmental compliance technical and professional services. There will be a level of effort of nine (9) FTE work years; seven (7) FTE are to be on-site FTE positions: 1 Project Manager/Senior Environmental Scientist or Engineer , 1 Senior Environmental Scientist - Environmental Compliance and Conservation Project Support, 2 Environmental Compliance Specialists, 2 Environmental Compliance Assistants, 1 Natural Resources Project Assistance/Ecologist, 1 FTE work year Senior Compliance Specialist support (Environmental Engineer or Scientist), and 1 FTE work year Specialized Environmental Project and Technical Support. THIS PROCUREMENT IS LIMITED TO QUALIFYING 8(A) FIRMS THAT HAVE A BONA-FIDE SBA APPROVED BRANCH OFFICE IN CALIFORNIA. The Government will not consider offers from other than 8(a) firms or from 8(a) firms outside of California. The procurement method will be contracting by negotiation. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 541620, Environmental Consulting Services with a Small Business Size Standard of $14 million. The Government may award this contract to more than one contractor. The Government will give fair consideration to all awardees in placing orders based on criteria stated in the solicitation. The anticipated period of performance is for a base and three (3) option periods. This contract will replace contracts for similar services awarded from 2007 through the present for approximately $1.3 million per year. Information about the current contract and the incumbent contractor (e.g., value of last option exercised, firm name, address, etc.) will be included in the solicitation package. Requests under the Freedom of Information Act are not required for this information. All pre-award activities will be processed through NECO. The solicitation number is N62473-13-R-2806. THE ESTIMATED DATE THAT THE SOLICITATION WILL BE RELEASED IS JULY 1, 2013. Offerors can view and/or download the solicitation, and any attachments, at https://www.neco.navy.mil/ when it becomes available. The main POC for this requirement is Khay Esguerra at email@example.com.
SPONSOR: Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, NAVFAC SOUTHWEST, SPECIALTY CONTRACTS CORE PPV.
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013
PASSIVE FLUX METERS (PFM) & FRACTURED ROCK PFM TO MEASURE GROUNDWATER VELOCITY (PRESOL)
POC: Samantha Fuchs, Fuchs.Samantha@epamail.epa.gov.
POP: US Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Lab, 26 W Martin Luther King Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45258-0001.
WEB: FBO.gov Permalink at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/EPA/OAM/OH/RFQ-OH-13-00091/listing.html
NAICS: 541380. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) intends to procure on a sole source basis with the University of Florida support in conducting a research study using passive flux meters (PFM) and fractured rock passive flux meters (FRPRM) to measure groundwater flow velocity and mass flux in a fractured bedrock setting and to compare the results to current technology. The study will be implemented at the San German Superfund site in Puerto Rico, where bedrock aquifers are an important source of drinking water. Services required include consultation on field test design, designing and building the PFMs and FRPFM, conducting field trials, analysis of samples, and consultation on resulting data. The purpose of the study is to test a new potential cost effective technique for the assessment of contaminated fractured rock aquifers because current technologies for fractured rock investigations are costly and difficult to implement. Available investigative methods cannot directly measure groundwater flow velocity and contaminant mass flux in fractured bedrock units, two parameters that are important in understanding the behavior of contaminants in the subsurface, assessing risk, and designing a successful remediation. The PFM and FRPRM are the only technologies that provide a means to simultaneously measure groundwater velocity and contaminant flux with depth in a single deployment. The PFM and FRPRM are patented technology. Therefore, the U.S. EPA needs to procure the services of the patent holder (the University of Florida) to use the technology in order to evaluate the application in a fractured rock setting. THIS NOTICE IS NOT A REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS. However, any firm that believes it is capable of meeting this EPA requirement must submit technical documentation to establish its assertion. This documentation must be submitted to the POC within 15 days of the electronic posting of this notice. Telephone requests will not be honored. A determination not to compete the proposed requirement based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the EPA. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement or to proceed on a sole source basis. The anticipated award date is July 18, 2013.
SPONSOR: CPOD US Environmental Protection Agency, 26 West Martin Luther King Drive, Mail Code: NWD, Cincinnati, OH 45268
PUBLICATION DATE: June 14, 2013