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58 -- Portable Communication Satellite Terminal - Tampa Microwave or Equal - Amendment 2

Notice Date
Notice Type
334220 — Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing
Contracting Office
Department of the Navy, United States Marine Corps, Marine Forces Reserve - (MARFORRES), 2000 Opelousas Ave, Room 2W4200, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70114, United States
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Archive Date
Point of Contact
Zachary J. Snodgrass, , Tammy M. DeMille,
E-Mail Address
zachary.snodgrass@usmc.mil, tammy.demille@usmc.mil
(zachary.snodgrass@usmc.mil, tammy.demille@usmc.mil)
Small Business Set-Aside
Amendment 0002 9/13/2018 - Amendment 0002 - The purpose of this amendment is to incorporate the following questions and answers (Q&A) and extend the solicicitatoin response date as follows: 1. The solicitation response date is extended from 2:00PM on September 13, 2018 to 2:00PM on September 17, 2018. 2. The following questions and answers are hereby incorporated: INDUSTRY QUESTION 1) The RFQ states, "All transport cases shall be capable of fitting in airline overhead or Manpack". What is the size of the manpack? SEE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE BELOW. INDUSTRY QUESTION 2) Can you also please confirm the size requirement for the "airline overhead" case since that varies by airline, is it 22"x14"x9"? SEE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE BELOW. INDUSTRY QUESTION 3) The RFQ also states, "Entire system (inclusive of all three bands and accessories) shall fit in approximately 2 cases for transport." Is the govt stating that these 2 cases for transport of the entire system with all 3 bands must also be the airline overhead carry-on sized cases as mentioned in #1 above? SEE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE BELOW. Or are you requesting a separate additional set of 2 larger cases for the entire triband system transport? SEE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE BELOW. INDUSTRY QUESTION 4) The RFQ states, "Weight: Not to exceed 70lbs". Please confirm, is that 70lbs per case? GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE : Yes, Not to exceed 70 lbs per case. GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS 1, 2, AND 3 : Airline carry-on is no longer required. All cases shall be airline checkable, not to exceed 70lbs per case and approximately 62 linear inches (ex. 27" x 21" x 14) per case. Questions 1, 2, 3 are all negatives due to the new employment strategy.
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