Opportunities

July 13, 2016

BAE Systems

Who we are:

We provide some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace and security solutions and employ a skilled workforce of some 83,400 people in over 40 countries. Working with customers and local partners, we develop, engineer, manufacture and support products and systems to deliver military capability, protect national security and people and keep critical information and infrastructure secure.

What we need:

commercial demolition and construction

environmental services

chemicals

process equipment

engineering services

Tennessee National Guard

Who we are:

Mission: The Mission of the National Guard Bureau's Office of Small Business Programs is to serve as an advocate for small business enterprises. We ensure that a fair proportion of total purchases, contracts, subcontracts, and other agreements for property and services, be placed with small business, small disadvantaged business, women owned small business, Historically Underutilized business (HUBZone), service disabled veteran owned small business.

What we need:

tools, parts washer, fitness equipment, military supplies

GSA - kitchen supplies, gators, books and more

Services - catering, lodging, non-personal services

Construction - architect and engineering

DoD Emall - office supplies, (vendor must enroll and get approved themselves)

Who we are:

It is easy to confuse ORNL with the other facilities in Oak Ridge. Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a multiprogram research laboratory managed by UT-Battelle, LLC, for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The laboratory is located on the Oak Ridge Reservation, a 30,000-acre tract of land in East Tennessee. Most of DOE's national laboratories are operated under contract by private companies such as UT-Battelle.

The missions of ORNL are primarily for open research. Although a small percentage of ORNL's work is classified or restricted under its growing national security programs, the majority of the laboratory's work is published in the open literature. Many of its facilities are user facilities, which means that they are available to researchers from other national labs, academia and industry.

What we need?

Construction

Fabricated Equipment

Technical staffing services

Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC - Y-12

The Y‑12 National Security Complex is a premier manufacturing facility dedicated to making our nation and the world a safer place and plays a vital role in the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Security Enterprise.

About Us:

Y‑12 helps ensure a safe and effective U.S. nuclear weapons deterrent. We also retrieve and store nuclear materials, fuel the nation’s naval reactors, and perform complementary work for other government and private-sector entities.

Since 1943, Y‑12 has played a key role in strengthening our country’s national security and reducing the global threat from weapons of mass destruction.

Y‑12 has evolved to become the complex the nation looks to for support in protecting America's future, developing innovative solutions in manufacturing technologies, prototyping, safeguards and security, technical computing and environmental stewardship.

What we need:

Construction and Related Activities

Fabrication and Machining

UCOR - DOE

About US:

 

URS | CH2M Oak Ridge LLC (UCOR) is the Department of Energy's (DOE's) cleanup contractor for the DOE Oak Ridge Reservation, primarily focused on cleanup of East Tennessee Technology Park (the former Oak Ridge K-25 Site). We are also engaged in cleanup and waste management activities at other Oak Ridge Reservation sites.

UCOR is a partnership of AECOM and CH2M, long-standing members of the Oak Ridge community. Team subcontractor RSI is one of Oak Ridge's most successful woman-owned small business. Our partners have unmatched experience at closure projects across the DOE complex. This experience will allow us to complete cleanup operations in a safe, efficient manner. We also seek to be a good neighbor by contributing significantly to educational programs and community organizations.

What we need:

Other Building Finishing Contractors

Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Contractors

Engineering Services

Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

Site Preparation Contractors

Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing

Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services

Other Non-Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

What We need:

Logistics Services

Custodial and Refuse Collection

Engineering Support

Strategic Analysis and Communications Support

United States Postal Service

What we need:

Professional Services

Technical Services

Environmental and Sustainability Services

Advertising and Creative Services

Department of Army - Ft. Campbell, KY

Who we are:

The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell provide a premier force projection platform and the best trained, most highly disciplined, and agile and adaptable units that give our Army an unmatched capability to conduct forcible entry Air Assault operations in any environment, and win decisively. Our inspired Soldiers, leaders, and civilians are renowned for physical and mental toughness, innovation, unwavering character, competence, and commitment to our team – a team that takes care of one another, is strengthened by our families, and is a superb partner with our community.

What we need:

construction

road repair and repair (paving)

electrical distribution system maintenance

underground conduit packing and crating

pesticide

electrical inspection

shuttle bus service

IT construction

Knox County Government

Who we are:

The Knox County Procurement Division is responsible for maintaining centralized procurement, supply management, and the supervision of all central storerooms operated by Knox County. All supplies, equipment, and services for all divisions. It is the goal of the Knox County Procurement Division to buy quality equipment, supplies, and services at the lowest possible cost. Every purchase is made in the County's best interest while providing all vendors a fair and equal opportunity to do business with the County. The department is divided into five divisions:

  1. Procurement

  2. Supplier Diversity

  3. Property Management

  4. Mailroom Services

  5. Electronic Commerce Card Program

The Department of Finance - Procurement Division is the sole agency vested with the responsibility for procurement of equipment, materials, and services for Knox County and its affiliated agencies.

Operating under a county ordinance titled the Knox County Procurement Code, this department is responsible for supply management, maintaining centralized procurement, and supervising all services purchased and/or leased for the County.

What we need:

Salt and Asphalt for Roadways

Books

Guns and Ammunition

LML - Children's Shelving

ESX Virtual Host Server

UPS Batteries

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

GPS Data Collection Equipment

Server Upgrades

Body Cameras

Portable Radios

Professional Engineering Services

Paper and Paper Products

Asbestos Monitoring Services

Travel Management Services

Drainage and Roadway Improvements

Waste Oil and Hydrocarbon Collection Services

Supplemental Nursing Staffing Service

Emergency Debris Monitoring Service

Electrical Repair and Installation Service

Classroom Supplies

School Bus Video Camera System

Miscellaneous Construction & Renovation Services

High Speed Printers

Custodial Equipment Repair Services

On Call Geotechnical Consulting & Materials Testing Service

Laser Scanner

Officer Clothing and Accessories

Design Build Services

Moving Services

Medical Supplies

Mowing Services

HVAC Installation & Repair

Roofing Services

Renovation Services

Plumbing Services

Arnold Engineering Development Complex

Who we Are:

Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) is the most advanced and largest complex of flight simulation test facilities in the world. The complex operates 28 aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, space environmental chambers, arc heaters, ballistic ranges and other specialized units. Many of the complex's test units have capabilities unmatched elsewhere in the United States; some are unique in the world. AEDC is one of three installations which are part of the Air Force Test Center (AFTC), one of six subordinate commands of the Air Force Materiel Command organization and an important national resource. View AEDC's fact sheet.
View AEDC's mission briefing (video, 8 min).



Our Mission:

Develop, test and evaluate weapon, propulsion, aerodynamic and space
systems at realistic conditions for the nation through modeling, simulation and ground test facilities

Our Vision:

Be the Nation's best value ground test and analysis source for aerospace and defense systems

What we need:

 

Repair/Replace Sewer Lift Stations

Install Backflow Preventers

Water Distribution

Repair/Replace Boilers

Electrical Services

HVAC Services

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Renovation of Office Spaces/Buildings

Repair/Replace Burners

Replace Flooring

Repair/Replace Cooling Coils

Repair/Replace Ventilation 

Repair/Replace Valves

Repair/Replace Motors

Upgrade Cranes 

High Speed Cameras

CNC Mill

Data Systems

Video Storage

Data Acquisition Systems

Repair/Replace Stator Blades

Repair/Replace Rotors and Turning Gears

U.S. Corps of Engineers - Nashville

Who we are:

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has played a vital role in the development and growth of the nation in peace and in war. For more than 200 years, the Corps has supported the nation’s river-based commerce, protected established population centers, provided disaster response and constructed military facilities to protect our shores. Today, the 750 civilians and U.S. Army officers of the Nashville District continue to serve the region, the Corps, and the Nation by providing collaborative water resource engineering solutions, world class public infrastructure management, and environmental stewardship for the Cumberland-Tennessee River Systems.

What we need:

Excavation/Construction

Roofing/Construction

Switchgear Manufacturing

Highway Construction

Inland Water Transportation

Fabrication

Transformer Manufacturing

Air Conditioning

Power Generation Manufacturing

Remediation Services

Dredging

Heavy Civil Construction

U.S. Corps of Engineers - Memphis

Who we are:

Memphis District Customers

We cover a 25,000 square mile area of the Mississippi River. We serve customers in portions of Tenn., Miss., Ark., Mo., Ill., and Ky. Our customers also include 100 flood control districts, water resource and wildlife agencies from six states, four Port Commissions, the Lower Mississippi Valley Flood Control Association as well as eight Congressional Districts and 12 Senators.

What we need:

Dreding and Service clean up

Channel cleanout

Repair of levee slides

Stone repairs to revetments and dikes

Culvert replacement and clearing and grubbing

Construction of 4 relief wells to include drilling, installation and testing

Supply of various sizes of stone to job site via truck or barge

Placement of stone and construction of weirs

State of Tennessee

Who we are:

Tennessee buys myriad personal, professional, and consulting services which are used within state government to most efficiently meet the varied demands for high quality public service.  Typically, contractors delivering such services are selected through the Request for Proposals (RFPs) process or some other appropriate means and are paid on a "fee-for-service" basis. Tennessee also uses grant awards to achieve many of its objectives and programmatic responsibilities.  Grants are simply types of contracts that are used to affect an award of funding or property to a grant recipient or "grantee."  A grant benefits the general public or some population of the general public, and deliverables pursuant to a grant contract are comprised of professional services provided to third-party beneficiaries rather than service provided to the state. The State of Tennessee contracts for personal, professional, and consulting services directly through its various departments and agencies. Individuals, businesses, and other service providers who wish to provide personal, professional, and consulting services to the State of Tennessee are encouraged to frequently visit the State of Tennessee Request for Proposals web page to review recent solicitations and other professional service procurement related notices. - See more at: http://tennessee.gov/generalservices/article/request-for-proposals-rfp-opportunities#sthash.ziMye9eb.dpuf

What we need:

Psychiatric Evaluations

Intensive In-Home Services

Insurance Primary & Supervisory Analysis  Services

Insurance Financial & Market Conduct Exams

TREAC Homes Inspector License Exams

TFACA Conference Center - Capital/Construction

TFACA HVAC System 

TFACA AV Equipment 

TLETA Conference Center 

Employee Drug Testing

Clinical Lab Drug Testing Confirmations 

TLETA AV Equipment - 

Read Right Trainer Certification

Film Badges-Radiation Badges

Treatment of Hemlock Tree

Roan Mtn Laundry Service

Banking Services

Golf Course Treatments

Pre-Emerge Fertilizer

Hospitality Management System

Underground Storage Tank Services 

Information Security Assessment Services

Cisco Smartnet renewal 

DDI Solution BT Diamond 

Oracle Hardware maintenance 

Server purchase 

Hardware Discovery

Foreign Direct Investment Consultant - China

Shuttle Service

Interpreting services

Firefighter Physicals at McGhee Tyson in Knoxville

Firefighter Physicals at Memphis

Police Training School

Actuarial Consulting Services 

Banking Services

Firefighter Physicals at McGhee Tyson in Knoxville

Firefighter Physicals at Memphis

Police Training School

Actuarial Consulting Services 

Department of Navy - Millington, TN

Who we are:

First, thank you for your interest in selling your products and services to the Department of the Navy. We recognize the importance of participation by the small business community in the maintenance of our National defense. As touched upon earlier, our acquisition structure is decentralized. To you, this means that your market search, to be effective, may extend beyond the geographical bounds of your city, state, and region.

The following guide provides you with what it takes to successfully market your product to the Department of the Navy.

10 Steps to Compete

  1. Identify your Product or Service

  2. Obtain a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number, register in the System for Award Management (SAM), and obtain a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code

  3. Register in the Small Business Administration (SBA) Procurement Marketing and Access Network (PRO-Net) system and investigate other SBA resources and small business programs

  4. Familiarize yourself with Federal, DOD, and Navy contracting procedures

  5. Identify the Navy/Marine Corps contracting activity that purchases your product or service and contact the Small Business Specialist on-site

  6. Identify current and future Navy and Marine Corps procurement opportunities

  7. Investigate Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract

  8. Investigate other DOD programs

  9. Explore subcontracting opportunities

  10. Seek additional assistance as needed in the Navy and DOD marketplace

What we need:

general consruction (renovation)

Veterans Administration

Who we are:

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) operates a nationwide system of hospitals, clinics, Veterans Integrated Service Networks (VISN), data processing centers, and National Cemeteries which require a broad spectrum of goods and services.  We purchase these goods and services on a national, regional, and local level.  So no matter how large or small your business is, VA is a potential customer.  Purchases a majority of its requirements for direct delivery through its local Acquisition and Materiel Management office.  You are encouraged to contact each facility for inclusion in its procurement process.

What we need:

construction (renovation)

architect & engineering services

medical personnel services

mx on high-tech equipment

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