Army plans RFP for outreach in Iraq

WASHINGTON: The Baghdad-based joint contracting command of the US Army's Multi-National Forces Iraq plans to issue an RFP for a firm-fixed-price, single-source, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity marketing campaign valued at between $11 million and $25 million.

WASHINGTON: The Baghdad-based joint contracting command of the US Army's Multi-National Forces Iraq plans to issue an RFP for a firm-fixed-price, single-source, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity marketing campaign valued at between $11 million and $25 million.

The RFP is expected to be released on or about April 26.

The contract, involving the electrical sector of the contracting command's reconstruction office, is expected to cover six months, with three six-month-renewal options. A recent presolicitation notice did not provide any additional details on the proposed work.

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