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Army Issues Solicitation for $240M Environmental Remediation Services IDIQ

The U.S. Army has released a request for proposals for a potential $240 million multiple-award contract for environmental remediation services to the Army Corps of Engineers’ northwestern division and its customers.

The service branch is looking to award up to 10 positions on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a $2,500 minimum guarantee, according to the solicitation notice posted on SAM .gov.

Task orders under the IDIQ could be structured as firm fixed price and cost plus fixed fee, the notice states. Interested vendors have until April 26 to submit offers.

Six independent companies and two joint ventures hold positions on a $176.25 million pre-placed remedial action contract the Army awarded in November.

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