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Sherman Tank Dolly - Concept Drawings

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Sep 05, 2017
Category: Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Cycles
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC - WRN (W56HZV)(DTA), 6501 EAST 11 MILE ROAD, Warren, Michigan, 48397-5000, United States

Description

Concept Drawings Center of Military History Market Survey / Source Sought DESCRIPTION OF INTENT: This is a Market Survey. No contract will be awarded from this announcement. This is not a Request for Proposal (RFP) or an announcement of a forthcoming solicitation, nor is it a request seeking contractors to be placed on a solicitation mailing list. Response to this market survey is voluntary and no reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this market survey and any follow-on information requests. Data submitted in response to this market survey will not be returned. No solicitation document exists at this time, and calls requesting a solicitation will not be answered. DISCLAIMER: Reference herein to any specific commercial company, product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or the Department of the Army (DA). The opinions of the authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government or the DA, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this market survey questionnaire is to provide information to the Center of Military History on non-developmental, commercially available products for transporting tanks. The attached sketches are not prescriptive but do provide a rough concept of the requirement. The government is anticipating that this requirement will need to be fabricated. The Tank Dolly will be used to transport and display a World War II Sherman Tank that was used in the D-Day Invasion and recently recovered from the beach at Normandy. RESPONSES: Each initial response to this market survey is requested to include: 1. A brief company description (no more than ½ page) summarizing the organizations history and pertinent defense industry experience, CAGE code, business size and contact info. 2. A brief description of product/fabrication capabilities, no more than 2 pages 3. Point(s) of Contact (POC) with associated contact information. RESPONSES DUE: Responses to this market survey are due by 30 September 2017. Please submit all responses and any questions prior to full response via email to dieter.stenger.civ@mail.mil and jenna.n.mcginnis.civ@mail.mil. Please format the subject line of the response email as follows: "[Organization Name] response to Market Survey - Tank Dolly" RESPONSE FORMAT: Only electronic responses are requested. Please provide e-mail responses in PDF format to the Government POC(s) listed below. If you submit multiple e-mail messages, please make sure the subject lines include, for example, "message 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3," as well as [Organization Name]. All interested entities (e.g. companies, non-profit organizations, and academic institutes), regardless of size, are encouraged to respond to this request for information. All material submitted in response to this market survey must be unclassified and properly marked GENERAL INFORMATION: The Government appreciates the time and effort taken to respond to this market survey. The Government acknowledges its obligations under 18 U.S.C. §1905 to protect information qualifying as "Confidential" under this statute. [To avoid possible confusion with the meaning of the term "Confidential" in the context of "Classified Information," we will use the term "PROPRIETARY."] Pursuant to this statute, the Government is willing to accept any PROPRIETARY (e.g., trade secret) restrictions placed on qualifying data forwarded in response to the survey questions and to protect it from unauthorized disclosure subject to the following: 1. Clearly and conspicuously mark qualifying data with the restrictive legend (all caps) "PROPRIETARY" with any explanatory text, so that the Government is clearly notified of what data needs to be appropriately protected. 2. In marking such data, please take care to mark only those portions of the data or materials that are truly proprietary (excessive breadth in marking inappropriate data as "PROPRIETARY" may diminish or eliminate the usefulness of your response - see item 6 below). Use circling, underscoring, highlighting, or any other appropriate means to indicate those portions of a single page which are protected. 3. The Government is not obligated to protect unmarked data. Additionally, marked data that is already in the public domain or in the possession of the Government or third parties, or is afterward placed into the public domain by the owner or another party through no fault of the Government will not be protected once in the public domain. Data already in the possession of the Government will be protected in accordance with the Governments rights in the data. 4. Proprietary data transmitted electronically, whether by physical media or not, whether by the respondent or by the government, shall contain the "PROPRIETARY" legend, with any explanatory text, on both the cover of the transmittal e-mail and at the beginning of the file itself. Where appropriate, when only portions of an electronic file are proprietary, use the restrictive legends ‘PROPRIETARY PORTION BEGINS:" and "PROPRIETARY PORTION ENDS." 5. In any reproductions of technical data or any portions thereof subject to asserted restrictions, the government shall also reproduce the asserted restriction legend and any explanatory text. 6. The Government sometimes uses support contractors in evaluating responses. Consequently, responses that contain proprietary information may receive only limited or no consideration since the respondents marking of data as "PROPRIETARY" will preclude disclosure of same outside the Government and, therefore, will preclude disclosure to these support contractors assisting the evaluation effort. The Government will use its best efforts to evaluate those responses that contain proprietary information without using support contractors consistent with the resources available. GOVERNMENT POINT(S) OF CONTACT: Dieter Stenger Curator Center of Military History Email: dieter.stenger.civ@mail.mil Jenna McGinnis Contract Specialist Army Contracting Command- Warren Email: jenna.n.mcginnis.civ@mail.mil

Original Point of Contact

POC Jenna N. McGinnis, , Justin D. Stoner,

Place of Performance

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