Webinar: Working With USTDA - Become an Energy Sector Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contractor
Date: October 29, 2013
Time: 11:30am-12:30pm EST
USTDA presented an opportunity for U.S. companies, both large and small, to take part in the Agency's energy sector activities in emerging markets.
USTDA is now requesting proposals from well-qualified contractors with extensive experience in providing energy sector project planning services. Prospective contractors are invited to take part in a Multiple Award Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract that USTDA intends to establish.
The maximum IDIQ contract dollar amount is established at $50,000,000.00 while the minimum dollar amount is $10,000.00.
Through the IDIQ, the Agency will be able to quickly respond to U.S. business interests and foreign project sponsor needs in the energy sector. This IDIQ will also provide the Agency with an additional mechanism to deliver project-planning assistance to help fulfill its mission.
This webinar served as an opportunity for prospective Contractors to speak directly with USTDA's Contracting Officer, Program Office and its Contracting Officer Representative (COR) prior to submitting a proposal for the IDIQ Contract.
Additional Information on the IDIQ Contract
The solicitation is available on the Federal Business Opportunities website:
The work performed under this IDIQ will be limited to energy sector activities. For the purposes of this IDIQ, the energy sector is divided into multiple subsectors, which can be characterized as follows:
- Power Generation
- Energy Efficiency
- Alternative Fuels
- Transmission and Distribution
- Fossil Resource Development
- Other Energy
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