24 Firms Win Spots on Potential $3B NOAA ProTech Oceans Domain IDIQ

Twenty-four companies have won spots on a potential $3B indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide professional and technical services for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s efforts to address environmental, social and economic pressures on U.S. oceans and coasts.

NOAA announced the winning contractors for the ProTech-Oceans Domain program in a FedBizOpps notice posted Monday.

The domain will include support for scientific data collection and stewardship, community outreach services and  geospatial mapping of coastal areas.

Awardees are:

  • Battelle
  • BMT Designers & Planners
  • Cardinal Point Captains
  • CDI Marine
  • COLSA
  • Consolidated Safety Services
  • DHI Water and Environment
  • Earth Resources Technology
  • ECS Federal
  • Freestone Environmental Services
  • Integrated Systems Solutions
  • JHT Inc.
  • Lynker Technologies
  • Lynne Carbone & Associates
  • Maden Technologies
  • NewFields Government Services
  • Oasis Systems
  • PAE
  • Research Planning
  • Science Technology
  • SMRC
  • Spatial Front
  • TechGlobal
  • The Baldwin Group

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