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Special Notice - 70-- HI-IQ Medical Software

May 9, 2014

Notice Type: Special Notice

Posted Date: 08-MAY-14

Office Address: Department of the Army; Army Contracting Command, MICC; MICC - Fort Gordon; Directorate of Contracting, 419 B Street, Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor, Fort Gordon, GA 30905-5719

Subject: 70-- HI-IQ Medical Software

Classification Code: 70 - General purpose information technology equipment

Contact: Denise Richardson, 706-791-1834 [MICC - Fort Gordon]

Description: Department of the Army

Army Contracting Command, MICC

MICC - Fort Gordon

Mission and Installation Contracting Command, Fort Gordon, GA intends to negotiate/award a sole-source contract with ConexSys, Inc; 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite 402, Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865. The requirement is for HI-IQ medical software medical application by ConexSys which provides national database reference standards for Interventional Radiology procedures. This software package is a critical component necessary for benchmark reviewing and assessment of the quality of care provided by Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center (DDEAMC), Fort Gordon, Georgia. The HI-IQ is needed for the technical support to support any changes to codes, fix bugs, update CPT codes, and modify software or reports. ConexSys, Inc holds the exclusive rights to sell licenses for the HI-IQ software medical application and cannot be purchase from any other vendor or distribution. . The NAICS code is 511210. The authority for this non-competitive award is 10 USC 2304(c) (1), Only One Responsible Source. The Government intends to procure this sole source requirement under Simplified Acquisition Procedures in FAR part 13 and Commercial procedures in FAR part 12. THIS NOTICE IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS and a solicitation will not be issued. Interested concerns must show clear and convincing evidence that competition of this requirement would be advantageous to the Government. If no affirmative written responses are received by 11:00 a.m. on 16 May 2014, an award will be made without further notice. Oral communications are not acceptable in response to this notice. A determination by the government not to compete this proposed requirement is solely within the discretion of the government.


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