|Solicitation||Description||Type||Amendment||Status||Post Date||Close Date||Category|
Repair of NIST owned SRS Universal Gas Analyzer (UGA)
This requirement is conducted under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 13.106-1(b). This is a notice of intent to negotiate on a sole source basis and is not a request for competitive quotations. Vendors who want to challenge the sole source must submit an interest letter that demonstrates the capability to provide an equivalent repair service as described in the attached Statement of Work (SOW). Interested parties must provide rationale as to why they should be considered. All interested vendors must respond to this special notice by January 24, 2020, 10:00am, Mountain Time to Patricia Rose at patricia.rose [at] nist.gov. Responses received will be assessed; however, a determination by the Government not to compete the requirement based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion for the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will not reimburse for any costs connected with providing the capability information.
|Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||OPEN||01/14/2020||01/24/2020||Services|
|NB688000-20-00133||Time and Frequency Network Development Support Services and no it doesn’t fall under the STESS||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||11/12/2019||11/19/2019||Services|
|1333ND19QNB190508||Allen-Bradley AC Drives for existing controllers in AML Complex's HVAC system||Combined Synopsis/Solicitation/RFQ||000||Close||08/07/2019||08/16/2019||Supplies|
|1333ND19QNB680385||Electric Pallet Truck||Combined Synopsis/Solicitation/RFQ||000||Close||07/03/2019||07/12/2019||Supplies|
|1333ND19QNB190357||Water Chillers and Water Fountains||Combined Synopsis/Solicitation/RFQ||000||Close||07/02/2019||07/10/2019||Supplies|
|1333ND19QNB150371||Spectroscopic alpha Survey Meters, Model Sabre ASM or equivalent||Combined Synopsis/Solicitation/RFQ||000||Close||07/01/2019||07/12/2019||Supplies|
|NB184000-19-00340||The response date for the notice of intent to sole source to Rocket Software Inc. is extended. Please submit all responses by 10:00 AM EST on February 8, 2019 to Stephanie Kelly at stephanie.kelly [at] nist.gov.||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||02/01/2019||02/08/2019||IT|
|1333ND19PNB180079||Sole Source Awarded to Waterloo Maple Inc.||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||02/01/2019||02/15/2019||IT|
|Notice of Intent to Sole Source To Rocket Software Inc.||Please see attached notification of intent to sole source to Rocket Software Inc.||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||12/19/2018||01/02/2018||IT|
|NB187000-19-00232||Maplesoft License Renewal and Maintenance Support||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||11/28/2018||12/05/2018||IT|
|NB111000-19-00101||POLITICO Pro OnLine Subscription||Special Notice/Notice of Intent (to Sole Source)||000||Close||11/05/2018||11/16/2018||Services|
759NM FIBER EO PH MODULATOR
The Yb portable atomic clock projects require a 759 nm laser beam to create an optical lattice. The necessary frequency stability is achieved by offset locking this IR laser to a stable optical cavity. Using high frequency (>2 GHz) modulators ensures that the offset lock can span the frequency difference between the Yb atoms and a cavity resonance. Using fiber instead of free space modulators reduces system complexity and adds robustness to the portable clocks.
SUPERPOLISHED FUSED SILICA MIRROR SUBSTRATES
The Government require high mechanical quality, super-polished, large radius of curvature mirror substrates with an annulus for optical contacting to be used in the construction of optical reference cavities for cavity-stabilized lasers. portable clocks.
Fiber Electro-optic Phase Modulator
The Yb portable atomic clock projects require a 556 nm laser beam for the purposes of 2nd stage cooling and atomic pumping. This beam is derived from frequency doubling a 1112 nm IR laser, and the necessary frequency stability is achieved by offset locking this IR laser to a stable optical cavity. Using high frequency greater than 2 GHz modulators ensures that the offset lock can span the frequency difference between the Yb atoms and a cavity resonance. Using fiber instead of free space modulators reduces system complexity and adds robustness to the portable clocks.