Mich. Army National Guard seeks CBRN experts, supporting personnel

The Michigan Army National Guard is seeking subject matter experts in preparedness and response to chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) threats as well as role play support personnel for a training exercise to be held in March.

The CBRN exercise will be held March 3 through 6 at Camp Grayling. 

Subject matter experts and role play support staff will help train the Army National Guard through lectures and simulations of CBRN  threats.

According to a notice on the Federal Business Opportunities website, the government intends to place a single contract at the lowest possible price, which is non-negotiable.

Interested applicants should only submit their strongest offer. They should do so without the assumption of being able to revise it later.

This contract will require that contractors are able to conform to the Contract Manpower Reporting (CMR) system. Applicants must submit a report indicating all labor hours that are required, including subcontractor labor hours, in order for them to perform the tasks that will be assigned via the contract.

If applicable, they should also include price increases due to the use of the CMR system. They also must submit a technical proposal that indicates how they will complete requirements and certifications.

Submissions should be sent electronically to n.mi.miarng.mbx.uspfo-pc@mail.mil or by mail to USPFO for Michigan, 3423 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Lansing, MI 48906 by 4:30 p.m. Jan. 19.