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USCG Rescue 21 Western Rivers VHF Communication System Organizational Maintenance - Follow on

Type: Forecast • Source ID: F2023061649


The purpose of this contract is to obtain performance based organizational and depot level technical, supply, facilities, and C5I system administration support including preventive. corrective, and adaptive maintenance for the U.S. Coast Guard Rescue 21 Western Rivers Very High Frequency (VHF) Communication (R21-WR) and USCG Digital Selective Calling (DSC-WR) systems to meet and maintain the Coast Guard system capability/availability (Ao) requirement of 99.5% measured monthly by Sector. Each system consists of operator control workstations, servers and terminal equipment, remote unmanned commercially powered VHF/DSC radio broadcast sites, facility infrastructure (i.e. buildings, HVAC, etc), and associated towers and antennas located at government owned or leased locations throughout the Mississippi and Ohio River valley regions of the United States. The R21-WR and DSC-WR systems are located at 2 Coast Guard Sectors, a Coast Guard station, a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) site in Virginia, and 51 remote locations. Remote locations are accessible by vehicle, but roads may be unmaintained. *competitive 8(a)
Est. Value
Min: $10,000,000
Max: $20,000,000
Est. Award Date
2/11/25 Future Opp
Source Est. Solicitation Date
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Forecast Type
Follow-On To Existing Contract
Place of Performance
Various - United States Western Rivers Region, VA USA
Coast Guard is forecasted to issue a recompete procurement for USCG Rescue 21 Western Rivers VHF Communication System Organizational Maintenance - Follow on around 2/11/25 worth up to $20,000,000.


Source Level 1 Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Source Level 2 Agency


Potential Value
Period of Performance
3/22/20 - 3/21/25


Point of Contact
LTJG Dan Moreno   Profile
Point of Contact Email
Point of Contact Phone
(757) 686-4070

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