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Army Posts $226M Architect-Engineer Cost Engineering Service Solicitation

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is looking for up to four contractors that can perform architect-engineer cost engineering tasks under a $226 million multiple-award contract.

A solicitation notice posted on SAM.gov states that selected companies will support the Department of Defense’s civil and military projects and the Department of Energy’s hazardous, toxic and radiological waste cleanup and national nuclear security initiatives.

Task orders under the procurement vehicle will cover work to estimate costs, schedule projects, analyze risks and manage programs and projects.

USACE expects contractor support services to help the federal government address product development, review project controls and earned value management requirements.

Responses to the solicitation notice are due April 27.

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