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Presolicitation Notice - D-- Cisco Identity Services

July 25, 2014

Notice Type: Presolicitation Notice

Posted Date: 24-JUL-14

Office Address: Department of Energy; Federal Locations; All DOE Federal Contracting Offices; U.S. DOE/NETLPittsburgh Campus626 Cochrans Mill RoadPO Box 10940PittsburghPA15236-0940US

Subject: D-- Cisco Identity Services

Classification Code: D - Information technology services, including telecommunications services

Solicitation Number: DE-SOL-0007314

Contact: Robert L. Mohn []

Setaside: Total Small BusinessTotal Small Business

Description: Department of Energy

Federal Locations

All DOE Federal Contracting Offices

NOTICE: All Technical Questions concerning this requirement should be directed to Mr. Dave Paton at 304-285-4111, e-mail Dave.Paton@netl.doe.govNOTICE: Vendors who are going to quote on the RFQ are strongly encouraged to submit their completed copies of the Request for Quotation (RFQ) (SF-18), proposal(s) and other documents via the FEDCONNECT portal at Request for Quotation (SF-18), proposal(s) and other documents shall also be accepted via email and fax. Vendors may email there Request for Quotation, Proposal(s) and other documents to the Purchasing Agent assigned to this requirement, Mr. Robert Mohn at or fax to 412-386-5770. Mr. Mohn can also be reached by telephone at 412-386-4963. If submitting quote, proposal, and/or other documents via FedConnect, please do not submit via email.

EVALUATION: An award shall be made to the lowest priced, technically acceptable offer. An award shall be made to the responsible offeror submitting a technically acceptable quote and offering the lowest evaluated price. To be considered for evaluation, offerors must quote on all items/services listed in the solicitation. Offerors shall submit descriptive literature detailing features, technical capabilities and warranty data. Technical acceptability shall be determined solely on the content and merit of the information submitted in response to this solicitation as it compares to the minimum characteristics provided herein. Therefore, it is essential that offerors provide sufficient technical literature, documentation, etc, in order for the Government evaluation team to make an adequate technical assessment of the quote as meeting technical acceptability. Compliance shall be determined by the offer s provision of literature showing performance capabilities or through w ritten narrative discussing the points not covered by the published literature.


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