Hawaii CAGE Codes

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Most Recent USA Government Contracting Activity for Hawaii

Tuesday, December 26, 2017 - MASON ARCHITECTS, INC.
$9,666.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140P82: PWR HONO MABO(82000)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE II - DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, REHABILITATE KILAUEA HALE, HAWAI`I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HAWAII
C211: ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING- GENERAL: LANDSCAPING, INTERIOR LAYOUT, AND DESIGNING

  140P8218F0006     INP13PC00022     IGF::OT::IGF TITLE II - DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, REHABILITATE KILAUEA HALE, HAWAI`I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HAWAII  
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 - R & M REYES ENTERPRISE, LLC
$114,000.00
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36P261: 261P-NETWORK CONTRACT OFC21(00261P)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT;:IGF. DME WAREHOUSE RENTAL HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
W065: LEASE OR RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT- MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND VETERINARY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  36C26118P0568     IGF::OT;:IGF. DME WAREHOUSE RENTAL HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.  
Friday, December 22, 2017 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS
$164,411.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
CONVERGING SURFACE CURRENTS COLLECT MARINE DEBRIS FLOATING ON OR NEAR THE OCEAN SURFACE AND CREATE A UNIQUE ECOSYSTEM THAT FLOATS IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH. IN THE PROPOSED PROJECT AN INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM, INCLUDING OCEANOGRAPHERS, MODELERS, BIOLOGISTS, ECOLOGISTS AND CITIZEN SCIENTISTS WILL STUDY HOW THE OCEAN DYNAMICS AND ITS COUPLING WITH THE ATMOSPHERE MAINTAINS THE GARBAGE PATCH AND SORTS DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEBRIS ACCORDING TO THEIR WINDAGE, BUOYANCY, AND GEOMETRY. THE PROJECT WILL BUILD ON EVIDENCE FROM THE 2011 TSUNAMI IN JAPAN THAT SHOWS COASTAL SPECIES CAN CROSS THE VAST OCEAN AND SURVIVE IN PELAGIC AREAS FOR YEARS ON MAN-MADE DEBRIS. MILLIONS OF TONS OF PLASTIC DEBRIS ADDED TO THE OCEAN EVERY YEAR PROVIDE A GROWING SUBSTRATE FOR THE NEW ECOSYSTEM. WE WILL STUDY BIOTAS BASED ON DEBRIS RETRIEVED IN THE GARBAGE PATCH AREA, IDENTIFY THE PRESENCE AND SURVIVAL OF COASTAL SPECIES, CHARACTERIZE LEAKAGE OF DEBRIS FROM THE PATCH, AND DESCRIBE THE ROLE OF MARINE DEBRIS AS A VECTOR FOR POTENTIAL INVASIONS. PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DATA WILL BE COLLECTED DURING THE THREE SUMMER-TIME EXPEDITIONS BY THE OCEAN VOYAGES INSTITUTE, DURING WHICH 20 DRIFTING BUOYS AND ONE MIXED-LAYER LAGRANGIAN FLOAT WILL BE DEPLOYED AND, POSSIBLY, RETRIEVED AT COMPLETION OF THE STUDY. THE DRIFTERS AND THE FLOAT ARE DESIGNED TO MIMIC THE MOTION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEBRIS. EXPERIMENTS WITH THE FLOAT WILL INCLUDE A WEAK BUOYANCY CASE IN ORDER TO STUDY THE DRIFT OF TINY MICROPLASTICS THAT ARE MIXED DOWN BY THE WIND. IN OTHER REGIME, THE FLOAT WILL BE USED TO REPRODUCE THE DYNAMICS OF PLANKTON WITH ITS DAILY MIGRATIONS INSIDE THE MIXED LAYER. BIOLOGICAL PANELS ADDED TO THE DRIFTERS AND THE FLOAT AND EXPERIMENTS ONBOARD THE SHIP WILL PROVIDE NEW DATA OF THE FOULING BY LOCAL PELAGIC SPECIES AS WELL AS SURVIVAL OF SELECTED COASTAL SPECIES UNDER CONDITIONS DIFFERENT FROM THEIR NATURAL HABITATS. TELEMETRY FROM THE FLOAT WILL MONITOR IN REAL TIME THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MINI-ECOSYSTEM AND BEHAVIOR OF MOBILE SPECIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  80NSSC17K0559     CONVERGING SURFACE CURRENTS COLLECT MARINE DEBRIS FLOATING ON OR NEAR THE OCEAN SURFACE AND CREATE A UNIQUE ECOSYSTEM THAT FLOATS IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH. IN THE PROPOSED PROJECT AN INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM, INCLUDING OCEANOGRAPHERS, MODELERS, BIOLOGISTS, ECOLOGISTS AND CITIZEN SCIENTISTS WILL STUDY HOW THE OCEAN DYNAMICS AND ITS COUPLING WITH THE ATMOSPHERE MAINTAINS THE GARBAGE PATCH AND SORTS DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEBRIS ACCORDING TO THEIR WINDAGE, BUOYANCY, AND GEOMETRY. THE PROJECT WILL BUILD ON EVIDENCE FROM THE 2011 TSUNAMI IN JAPAN THAT SHOWS COASTAL SPECIES CAN CROSS THE VAST OCEAN AND SURVIVE IN PELAGIC AREAS FOR YEARS ON MAN-MADE DEBRIS. MILLIONS OF TONS OF PLASTIC DEBRIS ADDED TO THE OCEAN EVERY YEAR PROVIDE A GROWING SUBSTRATE FOR THE NEW ECOSYSTEM. WE WILL STUDY BIOTAS BASED ON DEBRIS RETRIEVED IN THE GARBAGE PATCH AREA, IDENTIFY THE PRESENCE AND SURVIVAL OF COASTAL SPECIES, CHARACTERIZE LEAKAGE OF DEBRIS FROM THE PATCH, AND DESCRIBE THE ROLE OF MARINE DEBRIS AS A VECTOR FOR POTENTIAL INVASIONS. PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DATA WILL BE COLLECTED DURING THE THREE SUMMER-TIME EXPEDITIONS BY THE OCEAN VOYAGES INSTITUTE, DURING WHICH 20 DRIFTING BUOYS AND ONE MIXED-LAYER LAGRANGIAN FLOAT WILL BE DEPLOYED AND, POSSIBLY, RETRIEVED AT COMPLETION OF THE STUDY. THE DRIFTERS AND THE FLOAT ARE DESIGNED TO MIMIC THE MOTION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF DEBRIS. EXPERIMENTS WITH THE FLOAT WILL INCLUDE A WEAK BUOYANCY CASE IN ORDER TO STUDY THE DRIFT OF TINY MICROPLASTICS THAT ARE MIXED DOWN BY THE WIND. IN OTHER REGIME, THE FLOAT WILL BE USED TO REPRODUCE THE DYNAMICS OF PLANKTON WITH ITS DAILY MIGRATIONS INSIDE THE MIXED LAYER. BIOLOGICAL PANELS ADDED TO THE DRIFTERS AND THE FLOAT AND EXPERIMENTS ONBOARD THE SHIP WILL PROVIDE NEW DATA OF THE FOULING BY LOCAL PELAGIC SPECIES AS WELL AS SURVIVAL OF SELECTED COASTAL SPECIES UNDER CONDITIONS DIFFERENT FROM THEIR NATURAL HABITATS. TELEMETRY FROM THE FLOAT WILL MONITOR IN REAL TIME THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MINI-ECOSYSTEM AND BEHAVIOR OF MOBILE SPECIES.  
Friday, December 22, 2017 - AIRBORNE AVIATION LLC
($440.00)
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF OC LIGHT HELICOPTER SERVICES IN HAWAII IN SUPPORT OF FWS - WAIALAE CABIN
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  IND16PD00980     IND13PC00070     IGF::OT::IGF OC LIGHT HELICOPTER SERVICES IN HAWAII IN SUPPORT OF FWS - WAIALAE CABIN  
Friday, December 22, 2017 - CENTER FOR CULTURAL AND TECHNICAL INTERCHANGE BETWEEN EAST AND WEST, INC.
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
THIS PROJECT RESPONDS DIRECTLY TO THE SOLICITATION FOR LCLUC STUDIES IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS BY EXAMINING FOREST DYNAMICS IN NEPAL SINCE THE EARLY 1990S. THE PROJECT HAS THREE MAJOR OBJECTIVES: 1) BUILD A COMPREHENSIVE DATABASE OF FOREST COVER CHANGE IN THE MIDDLE HILLS OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS; 2) IDENTIFY THE SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH FOREST COVER CHANGE AND QUANTIFY THEIR RESPECTIVE INFLUENCES; AND 3) ASSESS HOW FOREIGN LABOR MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES CORRELATE TO FOREST COVER CHANGE ACROSS THE MIDDLE HILLS AND AT A SAMPLE OF COMMUNITY FOREST SITES. AN ANNUAL TIME SERIES OF LANDSAT TM, ETM+, AND OLI IMAGERY WILL BE THE BACKBONE OF THE FOREST COVER CHANGE ANALYSIS. LANDSAT IMAGERY WILL BE CORRECTED TO AT-SURFACE REFLECTANCE AND THEN INPUT TO AN ILLUMINATION CORRECTION MODEL WITH 30 M SPATIAL RESOLUTION ASTER GLOBAL DIGITAL ELEVATION MODEL VERSION 2 (GDEM2) TOPOGRAPHIC ELEVATION DATA TO MITIGATE TERRAIN-DRIVEN CONDITIONS OF ILLUMINATION. INTRA-ANNUAL TOPOGRAPHICALLY-CORRECTED IMAGERY WILL BE COMPOSITED TO FILL CLOUD AND ETM+ SCAN LINE CORRECTOR-ERROR GAPS IF NECESSARY. RESULTING COMPOSITES WILL BE INPUT TO THE VEGETATION CHANGE TRACKER (VCT) FOREST COVER DISTURBANCE DETECTION ALGORITHM TO MAP INTER-ANNUAL FOREST COVER DISTURBANCE AND REGROWTH. EXTENSIVE FIELD WORK WILL BE REQUIRED TO COLLECT GROUND TRUTH FOR VALIDATING LANDSAT IMAGERY-DERIVED CHANGE. IN REGIONS OF RELATIVE INACCESSIBILITY, FOREST COVER CHANGE AS VISUALLY INTERPRETED IN VERY HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGERY WILL PROVIDE VALIDATION DATA TO COMPLEMENT ON-THE-GROUND DATA COLLECTION FOR THE ACCURACY ASSESSMENT. WE WILL EXAMINE QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AND CONDITIONS OF SUCCESSFUL FOREST MANAGEMENT UTILIZING A VARIETY OF DATA INCLUDING ASTER GDEM2 TOPOGRAPHIC DATA, SOIL TYPE FROM THE SOIL AND TERRAIN (SOTER) DATABASE, AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DATA FROM OPENSTREETMAP. DATA ON SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES WILL BE GATHERED FROM NATIONAL CENSUSES THAT WE WILL ACQUIRE, IN COLLABORATION WITH OUR NEPALI PARTNERS, FROM THE CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS. INDEPENDENT SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES WILL BE SUMMARIZED AT DISTRICT AND VDC LEVELS. THEIR RESPECTIVE INFLUENCES ON THE DEPENDENT VARIABLES OF FOREST COVER CHANGE (E.G., EXTENT, RATE OF DISTURBANCE, RATE OF RECOVERY, ETC.) WILL BE INPUT TO A REGRESSION FOREST MODEL. A MIDDLE HILLS-WIDE REGRESSION FOREST RELATING SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES TO FOREST COVER CHANGE WILL, FIRST, BE USED TO IDENTIFY THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DISTRICT AND VDC LEVEL PREDICTORS OF FOREST COVER LOSS OR REGROWTH, THE LATTER BEING A PROXY FOR SUCCESSFUL FOREST MANAGEMENT; AND, SECOND, BE APPLIED ACROSS THE MIDDLE HILLS TO MODEL THE TYPE (I.E., GAIN OR LOSS) AND AMOUNT (I.E., RATE OR EXTENT) OF FOREST COVER CHANGE EXPECTED GIVEN A REGION S SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS. FINALLY, TO DETERMINE IF THERE ARE STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FOREST COVER CHANGE AND MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES, WE WILL COMPARE LANDSAT-DERIVED FOREST COVER CHANGE DATA TO THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCE INCOME FROM MIGRANTS WORKING ABROAD. WE WILL THEN EXAMINE THESE RELATIONSHIPS IN GREATER DETAIL AT A SAMPLE OF FORESTS (AT LEAST 10) THAT HAVE SHOWN REGROWTH OR STAGNATION BETWEEN 1990 AND THE PRESENT. THE PROJECT S SIGNIFICANCE TO NASA LIES IN ITS IMPROVED METHODS FOR MAPPING FOREST COVER IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS, AND ITS INTEGRATION OF METHODS AND DATASETS FOR CONDUCTING A COMPREHENSIVE, INTERDISCIPLINARY ASSESSMENT OF LCLUC IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS. FURTHERMORE, THE PROJECT SEEKS TO UNDERSTAND LCLUC PROCESSES IN THE MIDDLE HILLS IN A WAY THAT NOT ONLY PRODUCES INSIGHTS INTO THE SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE REGION BUT ALSO BROADLY ADVANCES FOREST TRANSITION THEORY.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AF65G     THIS PROJECT RESPONDS DIRECTLY TO THE SOLICITATION FOR LCLUC STUDIES IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS BY EXAMINING FOREST DYNAMICS IN NEPAL SINCE THE EARLY 1990S. THE PROJECT HAS THREE MAJOR OBJECTIVES: 1) BUILD A COMPREHENSIVE DATABASE OF FOREST COVER CHANGE IN THE MIDDLE HILLS OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS; 2) IDENTIFY THE SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH FOREST COVER CHANGE AND QUANTIFY THEIR RESPECTIVE INFLUENCES; AND 3) ASSESS HOW FOREIGN LABOR MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES CORRELATE TO FOREST COVER CHANGE ACROSS THE MIDDLE HILLS AND AT A SAMPLE OF COMMUNITY FOREST SITES. AN ANNUAL TIME SERIES OF LANDSAT TM, ETM+, AND OLI IMAGERY WILL BE THE BACKBONE OF THE FOREST COVER CHANGE ANALYSIS. LANDSAT IMAGERY WILL BE CORRECTED TO AT-SURFACE REFLECTANCE AND THEN INPUT TO AN ILLUMINATION CORRECTION MODEL WITH 30 M SPATIAL RESOLUTION ASTER GLOBAL DIGITAL ELEVATION MODEL VERSION 2 (GDEM2) TOPOGRAPHIC ELEVATION DATA TO MITIGATE TERRAIN-DRIVEN CONDITIONS OF ILLUMINATION. INTRA-ANNUAL TOPOGRAPHICALLY-CORRECTED IMAGERY WILL BE COMPOSITED TO FILL CLOUD AND ETM+ SCAN LINE CORRECTOR-ERROR GAPS IF NECESSARY. RESULTING COMPOSITES WILL BE INPUT TO THE VEGETATION CHANGE TRACKER (VCT) FOREST COVER DISTURBANCE DETECTION ALGORITHM TO MAP INTER-ANNUAL FOREST COVER DISTURBANCE AND REGROWTH. EXTENSIVE FIELD WORK WILL BE REQUIRED TO COLLECT GROUND TRUTH FOR VALIDATING LANDSAT IMAGERY-DERIVED CHANGE. IN REGIONS OF RELATIVE INACCESSIBILITY, FOREST COVER CHANGE AS VISUALLY INTERPRETED IN VERY HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGERY WILL PROVIDE VALIDATION DATA TO COMPLEMENT ON-THE-GROUND DATA COLLECTION FOR THE ACCURACY ASSESSMENT. WE WILL EXAMINE QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AND CONDITIONS OF SUCCESSFUL FOREST MANAGEMENT UTILIZING A VARIETY OF DATA INCLUDING ASTER GDEM2 TOPOGRAPHIC DATA, SOIL TYPE FROM THE SOIL AND TERRAIN (SOTER) DATABASE, AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DATA FROM OPENSTREETMAP. DATA ON SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES WILL BE GATHERED FROM NATIONAL CENSUSES THAT WE WILL ACQUIRE, IN COLLABORATION WITH OUR NEPALI PARTNERS, FROM THE CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS. INDEPENDENT SOCIOECONOMIC VARIABLES AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES WILL BE SUMMARIZED AT DISTRICT AND VDC LEVELS. THEIR RESPECTIVE INFLUENCES ON THE DEPENDENT VARIABLES OF FOREST COVER CHANGE (E.G., EXTENT, RATE OF DISTURBANCE, RATE OF RECOVERY, ETC.) WILL BE INPUT TO A REGRESSION FOREST MODEL. A MIDDLE HILLS-WIDE REGRESSION FOREST RELATING SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC VARIABLES TO FOREST COVER CHANGE WILL, FIRST, BE USED TO IDENTIFY THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DISTRICT AND VDC LEVEL PREDICTORS OF FOREST COVER LOSS OR REGROWTH, THE LATTER BEING A PROXY FOR SUCCESSFUL FOREST MANAGEMENT; AND, SECOND, BE APPLIED ACROSS THE MIDDLE HILLS TO MODEL THE TYPE (I.E., GAIN OR LOSS) AND AMOUNT (I.E., RATE OR EXTENT) OF FOREST COVER CHANGE EXPECTED GIVEN A REGION S SOCIOECONOMIC AND PHYSIOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS. FINALLY, TO DETERMINE IF THERE ARE STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FOREST COVER CHANGE AND MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES, WE WILL COMPARE LANDSAT-DERIVED FOREST COVER CHANGE DATA TO THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF REMITTANCE INCOME FROM MIGRANTS WORKING ABROAD. WE WILL THEN EXAMINE THESE RELATIONSHIPS IN GREATER DETAIL AT A SAMPLE OF FORESTS (AT LEAST 10) THAT HAVE SHOWN REGROWTH OR STAGNATION BETWEEN 1990 AND THE PRESENT. THE PROJECT S SIGNIFICANCE TO NASA LIES IN ITS IMPROVED METHODS FOR MAPPING FOREST COVER IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS, AND ITS INTEGRATION OF METHODS AND DATASETS FOR CONDUCTING A COMPREHENSIVE, INTERDISCIPLINARY ASSESSMENT OF LCLUC IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS. FURTHERMORE, THE PROJECT SEEKS TO UNDERSTAND LCLUC PROCESSES IN THE MIDDLE HILLS IN A WAY THAT NOT ONLY PRODUCES INSIGHTS INTO THE SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE REGION BUT ALSO BROADLY ADVANCES FOREST TRANSITION THEORY.  
Friday, December 22, 2017 - ANDERSON BURTON CONSTRUCTION, INC
$229,463.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z086: CEU HONOLULU(00086)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF: REPAIR (REPALCE LADDER, REPAIR CONCRETE AND REPAINT) MCGREGOR POINT LIGHT, MAUI, HAWAII
Z2JZ: REPAIR OR ALTERATION OF MISCELLANEOUS BUILDINGS

  70Z08618CPHV01200     IGF::OT::IGF: REPAIR (REPALCE LADDER, REPAIR CONCRETE AND REPAINT) MCGREGOR POINT LIGHT, MAUI, HAWAII  
Friday, December 22, 2017 - TRISYSTEMS INC
$2,400.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z034: BASE HONOLULU(00034)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
FY18 SERVICE AGREEMENT RENEWAL FOR QUARTERLY CLEANING SERVICES OF THE STOVE HOOD, RISER DUCTS, AND FANS LOCATED AT USCG BASE HONOLULU CLUB 14 SERVICE PERIOD COVERS: 06 OCT 17 - 30 SEPT 2018 ESTIMATED COST: $2400.00
J079: MAINT/REPAIR/REBUILD OF EQUIPMENT- CLEANING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  70Z03418PPH800400     FY18 SERVICE AGREEMENT RENEWAL FOR QUARTERLY CLEANING SERVICES OF THE STOVE HOOD, RISER DUCTS, AND FANS LOCATED AT USCG BASE HONOLULU CLUB 14 SERVICE PERIOD COVERS: 06 OCT 17 - 30 SEPT 2018 ESTIMATED COST: $2400.00  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY SERVICES, INC.
$201,205.00
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C261: 261-NETWORK CONTRACT OFC21 (00261)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
LABORATORY SERVICES FOR VAPIHCS IGF::OT::IGF
Q301: MEDICAL- LABORATORY TESTING

  VA26117P2985     LABORATORY SERVICES FOR VAPIHCS IGF::OT::IGF  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - EWORLD ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS, INC.
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QTCA: GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  GS35F241GA     FCIS-JB-980001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - K & S HELICOPTERS, INC.
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  IND17PC00379     D17PS00164     IGF::OT::IGF HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - K & S HELICOPTERS, INC.
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  140D8118F0019     IND17PC00379     HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - ROBERTO'S HEALTHCARE SUPPLIES, INC.
$2,575.20
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C261: 261-NETWORK CONTRACT OFC21 (00261)

A: BPA CALL
DIALYSIS SUPPLIES FOR THE VAPIHCS
6515: MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES

  36C26118N0539     VA26117A0050     DIALYSIS SUPPLIES FOR THE VAPIHCS  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - TALION CONSTRUCTION, LLC
$0.00
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C261: 261-NETWORK CONTRACT OFC21 (00261)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF VA PALO ALTO BLDG. 54 TUNNEL WASHER REMOVAL
N079: INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT- CLEANING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  VA26117C0174     VA261-17-B-0768     IGF::OT::IGF VA PALO ALTO BLDG. 54 TUNNEL WASHER REMOVAL  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - HAWAII INTERPRETING SERVICES
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70SBUR: USCIS CONTRACTING OFFICE(ERBUR)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF INTERPRETING SERVICES
R608: SUPPORT- ADMINISTRATIVE: TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING

  70SBUR18P00000003     IGF::OT::IGF INTERPRETING SERVICES  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - ARC OF HILO, THE
$131,408.40
4700: General Services Administration
47PK02: PBS R9 ACQ MGMT RECUR SVCS

B: IDC
CUSTODIAL AT PJKK FEDERAL BUILDING OTHER FUNCTION IGF::OT::IGF
S201: HOUSEKEEPING- CUSTODIAL JANITORIAL

  47PK0218D0003     GS-09-P-17-KS-D-0012     CUSTODIAL AT PJKK FEDERAL BUILDING OTHER FUNCTION IGF::OT::IGF  
Thursday, December 21, 2017 - PACIFIC ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION
($1,196.80)
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z084: SILC BSS(00084)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
H18002 - PROVIDE LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO MITIGATE THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF AN OIL SPILL OR HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS INCIDENT AS DIRECTED BY THE FOSC.
F112: ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS PROTECTION- OIL SPILL RESPONSE

  70Z08418F4YF00200     HSCG8415AH00001     H18002 - PROVIDE LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO MITIGATE THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF AN OIL SPILL OR HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS INCIDENT AS DIRECTED BY THE FOSC.  
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION
$2,679.12
6900: Department of Transportation
697DCC: FAA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::CL::IGF ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE, MAUI SYSTEM SUPPORT CENTER (OGG SSC)
J099: MAINT/REPAIR/REBUILD OF EQUIPMENT- MISCELLANEOUS

  DTFAWN16P00012     IGF::CL::IGF ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE, MAUI SYSTEM SUPPORT CENTER (OGG SSC)  
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - KA'ALA SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
$6,181.00
1500: Department of Justice
15A000: ATF

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::CT::IGF, VERASMART ECAS MAINTENANCE
D319: IT AND TELECOM- ANNUAL SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE SERVICE PLANS

  15A00018P00000108     IGF::CT::IGF, VERASMART ECAS MAINTENANCE  
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
EARTH IS OCCASIONALLY STRUCK BY AN ASTEROID OR COMET LARGE ENOUGH TO CAUSE A SIGNIFICANT EXPLOSION AND LOSS OF LIFE. THE MOST LIKELY IMPACT IS BY A RELATIVELY SMALL OBJECT AND WE BELIEVE THE BEST MITIGATION STRATEGY IS SIMPLY TO MOVE PEOPLE OUT OF THE WAY. WITH ENOUGH WARNING, A SMALL ASTEROID IMPACT WOULD NOT CAUSE LOSS OF LIFE AND EVEN PORTABLE PROPERTY COULD BE PRESERVED. THUS, WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AN "EARLY WARNING" SYSTEM THAT WILL PROVIDE THREE WEEK'S NOTICE OF MOST 140M ASTEROIDS OR COMETS ON TRACK TO HIT THE EARTH, AND A WEEK'S NOTICE FOR MOST 50M ASTEROIDS. THE SYSTEM CAN BE IMPLEMENTED IMMEDIATELY FOR RELATIVELY LOW COST. THE "ASTEROID TERRESTRIAL-IMPACT LAST ALERT SYSTEM" (ATLAS), COMPRISES TWO OBSERVATORIES SEPARATED BY ABOUT 100KM THAT SYNCHRONOUSLY SCAN THE VISIBLE SKY TWICE A NIGHT TO MAGNITUDE 20. SOFTWARE AUTOMATICALLY REGISTERS A COMPARISON WITH THE UNCHANGING SKY AND IDENTIFIES EVERYTHING THAT HAS MOVED OR CHANGED. COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE OBSERVATORIES LOCKS DOWN THE ORBIT OF ANYTHING APPROACHING THE EARTH, THE PARALLAX BETWEEN THE OBSERVATORIES PROVIDING THE DISTANCE TO THE OBJECT WITHIN A SINGLE NIGHT IF ITS ARRIVAL TIME IS LESS THAN A WEEK. ATLAS IS COMPLEMENTARY TO MANY EXISTING SURVEYS FOR NEOS BY VIRTUE OF BEING ALL-SKY AND IT CAN DETECT MOST 140M NEOS THAT PASS WITHIN 0.1AU OF THE EARTH. ITS STEADY SKY COVERAGE IS ALSO VALUABLE FOR DISCOVERY OF LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS; CANDIDATE TARGETS FOR A MANNED MISSION. FURTHERMORE, ATLAS WILL CHARACTERIZE THE NEO POPULATION AND ALL THE OTHER OBJECTS IT DETECTS BY OBTAINING HUNDREDS OF LIGHT CURVE POINTS PER YEAR THAT WILL ENABLE THE DETERMINATION OF THEIR SHAPE AND SPIN AND ALSO BY OBTAINING SIMULTANEOUS COLOR MEASUREMENTS. OBJECTIVES: ATLAS WILL 1) PROVIDE USEFUL WARNING FOR MOST EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROIDS OF 50M SIZE OR LARGER, 2) DETECT ABOUT ONE, SMALL, EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROID PER YEAR, 3) DISCOVER LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS, 4) DETERMINE SHAPE PARAMETERS AND SPIN PERIODS OF THOUSANDS OF ASTEROIDS FROM HUNDREDS OF OBSERVATIONS PER YEAR, AND 5) OBTAIN INSTANTANEOUS COLOR MEASUREMENTS OF EVERY OBSERVED OBJECT. METHODS: WE WILL OUTFIT A PAIR OF SMALL OBSERVATORIES WITH COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ASTROGRAPHS EQUIPPED WITH CCD CAMERAS. THE CCDS ALREADY EXIST AND ARE BEING DONATED TO THE EFFORT, AND MUCH OF THE CONSTRUCTION CONSISTS OF ASSEMBLY OF OFF-THE-SHELF PARTS. WE ALREADY HAVE PIPELINE SOFTWARE CAPABLE OF DIGESTING THE OBSERVATIONS IN REAL TIME, PROVIDING DETECTIONS OF MOVING OBJECTS, AND LINKING DETECTIONS INTO OBJECTS AND ORBITS. THE UNIQUE, COMPLEMENTARY CAPABILITY OF ATLAS RELATIVE TO OTHER NEO SEARCHES STEMS FROM THE ENTIRE VISIBLE SKY SURVEY STRATEGY, THE FULLY MODERN CONSTRUCTION, AND THE POWERFUL SOFTWARE WE BRING TO BEAR. SIGNIFICANCE: THIS PROJECT WILL PARTIALLY MEET THE CONGRESSIONAL MANDATE TO MITIGATE THE HAZARD FROM EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROIDS, ALTHOUGH IT ONLY PROVIDES ABOUT ONE MONTH WARNING. ATLAS WILL ANNUALLY IDENTIFY A METEOROID BEFORE IT STRIKES THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE (E.G. 2008 TC3) AND WILL PROVIDE MUCH BETTER STATISTICS ON THE POPULATION THAT PASSES CLOSE TO THE EARTH. THE DISCOVERY OF LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SPIN, SHAPE AND COLOR OF MANY ASTEROIDS WILL PROVE VALUABLE FOR FUTURE MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AR55G     EARTH IS OCCASIONALLY STRUCK BY AN ASTEROID OR COMET LARGE ENOUGH TO CAUSE A SIGNIFICANT EXPLOSION AND LOSS OF LIFE. THE MOST LIKELY IMPACT IS BY A RELATIVELY SMALL OBJECT AND WE BELIEVE THE BEST MITIGATION STRATEGY IS SIMPLY TO MOVE PEOPLE OUT OF THE WAY. WITH ENOUGH WARNING, A SMALL ASTEROID IMPACT WOULD NOT CAUSE LOSS OF LIFE AND EVEN PORTABLE PROPERTY COULD BE PRESERVED. THUS, WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AN "EARLY WARNING" SYSTEM THAT WILL PROVIDE THREE WEEK'S NOTICE OF MOST 140M ASTEROIDS OR COMETS ON TRACK TO HIT THE EARTH, AND A WEEK'S NOTICE FOR MOST 50M ASTEROIDS. THE SYSTEM CAN BE IMPLEMENTED IMMEDIATELY FOR RELATIVELY LOW COST. THE "ASTEROID TERRESTRIAL-IMPACT LAST ALERT SYSTEM" (ATLAS), COMPRISES TWO OBSERVATORIES SEPARATED BY ABOUT 100KM THAT SYNCHRONOUSLY SCAN THE VISIBLE SKY TWICE A NIGHT TO MAGNITUDE 20. SOFTWARE AUTOMATICALLY REGISTERS A COMPARISON WITH THE UNCHANGING SKY AND IDENTIFIES EVERYTHING THAT HAS MOVED OR CHANGED. COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE OBSERVATORIES LOCKS DOWN THE ORBIT OF ANYTHING APPROACHING THE EARTH, THE PARALLAX BETWEEN THE OBSERVATORIES PROVIDING THE DISTANCE TO THE OBJECT WITHIN A SINGLE NIGHT IF ITS ARRIVAL TIME IS LESS THAN A WEEK. ATLAS IS COMPLEMENTARY TO MANY EXISTING SURVEYS FOR NEOS BY VIRTUE OF BEING ALL-SKY AND IT CAN DETECT MOST 140M NEOS THAT PASS WITHIN 0.1AU OF THE EARTH. ITS STEADY SKY COVERAGE IS ALSO VALUABLE FOR DISCOVERY OF LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS; CANDIDATE TARGETS FOR A MANNED MISSION. FURTHERMORE, ATLAS WILL CHARACTERIZE THE NEO POPULATION AND ALL THE OTHER OBJECTS IT DETECTS BY OBTAINING HUNDREDS OF LIGHT CURVE POINTS PER YEAR THAT WILL ENABLE THE DETERMINATION OF THEIR SHAPE AND SPIN AND ALSO BY OBTAINING SIMULTANEOUS COLOR MEASUREMENTS. OBJECTIVES: ATLAS WILL 1) PROVIDE USEFUL WARNING FOR MOST EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROIDS OF 50M SIZE OR LARGER, 2) DETECT ABOUT ONE, SMALL, EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROID PER YEAR, 3) DISCOVER LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS, 4) DETERMINE SHAPE PARAMETERS AND SPIN PERIODS OF THOUSANDS OF ASTEROIDS FROM HUNDREDS OF OBSERVATIONS PER YEAR, AND 5) OBTAIN INSTANTANEOUS COLOR MEASUREMENTS OF EVERY OBSERVED OBJECT. METHODS: WE WILL OUTFIT A PAIR OF SMALL OBSERVATORIES WITH COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ASTROGRAPHS EQUIPPED WITH CCD CAMERAS. THE CCDS ALREADY EXIST AND ARE BEING DONATED TO THE EFFORT, AND MUCH OF THE CONSTRUCTION CONSISTS OF ASSEMBLY OF OFF-THE-SHELF PARTS. WE ALREADY HAVE PIPELINE SOFTWARE CAPABLE OF DIGESTING THE OBSERVATIONS IN REAL TIME, PROVIDING DETECTIONS OF MOVING OBJECTS, AND LINKING DETECTIONS INTO OBJECTS AND ORBITS. THE UNIQUE, COMPLEMENTARY CAPABILITY OF ATLAS RELATIVE TO OTHER NEO SEARCHES STEMS FROM THE ENTIRE VISIBLE SKY SURVEY STRATEGY, THE FULLY MODERN CONSTRUCTION, AND THE POWERFUL SOFTWARE WE BRING TO BEAR. SIGNIFICANCE: THIS PROJECT WILL PARTIALLY MEET THE CONGRESSIONAL MANDATE TO MITIGATE THE HAZARD FROM EARTH-IMPACTING ASTEROIDS, ALTHOUGH IT ONLY PROVIDES ABOUT ONE MONTH WARNING. ATLAS WILL ANNUALLY IDENTIFY A METEOROID BEFORE IT STRIKES THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE (E.G. 2008 TC3) AND WILL PROVIDE MUCH BETTER STATISTICS ON THE POPULATION THAT PASSES CLOSE TO THE EARTH. THE DISCOVERY OF LOW DELTA-V ASTEROIDS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SPIN, SHAPE AND COLOR OF MANY ASTEROIDS WILL PROVE VALUABLE FOR FUTURE MISSIONS.  
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN ASTRONOMY
$1,693,917.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
NASA SCIENCE AT W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY: MARCH 1, 2013 THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2018. THIS PROPOSAL TO NASA BY THE W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY (WMKO) IS INTENDED TO RENEW A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AWARD FOR SUPPORT OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AT THE OBSERVATORY, WHICH OPERATES THE WORLD'S TWO LARGEST STEERABLE AND FULLY COMMISSIONED OPTICAL/INFRARED TELESCOPES ON THE SUMMIT OF MAUNA KEA ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII. NASA IS A ONE-SIXTH PARTNER IN WMKO, HAVING INVESTED ONESIXTH OF THE CAPITAL COSTS AND ONE-SIXTH OF THE OPERATIONS COSTS SINCE CIRCA 1996. THE RESEARCH PROGRAM PROPOSED HERE MAPS SQUARELY TO THE ASTRONOMICAL PRIORITIES OF NASA, NAMELY, THE ORIGINS OF GALAXIES, ELEMENTS, STARS AND PLANETARY SYSTEMS AND INCREASING THE UNDERSTANDING OF OUR OWN SOLAR SYSTEM. THE SPECIFIC RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS ARE (I) THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANETS AROUND OTHER STARS, (II) THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS, (III) STUDIES OF OUR OWN SOLAR SYSTEM, AND (IV) STUDIES IN GALAXY FORMATION, EVOLUTION AND COSMOLOGY. THIS ADVANCEMENT IN KNOWLEDGE WILL PROVIDE A FOUNDATION FOR PLANNING AND INTERPRETING THE RESULTS FROM A VARIETY OF NASA PROGRAMS AND MISSIONS. WMKO PROPOSES TO DEVOTE 1/6 OF AVAILABLE OBSERVING TIME TO NASA-SELECTED PROGRAMS IN THESE AREAS. GIVEN THE HIGH OVERSUBSCRIPTION FOR NASA TIME, WMKO ALSO PROPOSES THE OPTION FOR NASA TO MAKE AVAILABLE UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10 NIGHTS PER YEAR. FINALLY, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NASA EXOPLANET SCIENCE INSTITUTE, WMKO PLANS TO CONTINUE ITS KECK OBSERVATORY ARCHIVE (KOA) ACTIVITIES. THE KECK OBSERVATORY IS UNIQUELY SUITED TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY RESEARCH TOOLS TO ADDRESS THE RESEARCH TOPICS DISCUSSED ABOVE. WMKO WILL SUPPLY ALL THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL TO OPERATE THE OBSERVATORY, 24 HOURS/DAY, 7 DAYS/WEEK, AND 365 NIGHTS/YEAR. NASA WILL CONTRIBUTE TECHNICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE, SELECT OBSERVERS, AND PERFORM RELATED TASKS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SCIENTIFIC EFFECTIVENESS OF THE KECK OBSERVATORY. THIS PROPOSAL REQUESTS NASA FUNDING FOR 1/6 OF THE BASIC OPERATIONS COST OF THE OBSERVATORY, AN APPROPRIATE SHARE OF FACILITY RENEWAL ACTIVITIES, SUPPORT FOR THE WMKO PORTION OF THE KECK OBSERVATORY ARCHIVE, AND THE OPTION OF UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10 OBSERVING NIGHTS PER YEAR. THESE COSTS COVER A PROPORTIONAL SHARE OF THE SALARIES OF 119 SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL, IN ADDITION TO ALL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THIS MAJOR RESEARCH FACILITY. THE PROGRAM CORRESPONDING TO NASA'S IN-GUIDE FUNDING AMOUNT PROVIDES NASA'S 1/6 OF KECK OBSERVATORY OPERATIONS SUPPORT, KOA SUPPORT, AND INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL, WHICH NASA HAS TRADITIONALLY CONTRIBUTED TO. THE NASA IN-GUIDE BUDGET SPECIFICATION DOES NOT ALLOW FOR THE FULL EFFECTS OF INFLATION EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE FACILITY RENEWAL PROGRAM. THUS, ONE ENHANCED SCENARIO FULLY FUNDS THE EXPECTED INFLATION-ADJUSTED COSTS OF THE FACILITY RENEWAL PROGRAM. ANOTHER OPTIONAL, AUGMENTED SCENARIO SUPPORTS ANOTHER 10 NIGHTS PER YEAR OF KECK TELESCOPE ACCESS FOR NASA, ENABLING A REDUCTION IN THE EXTREME OVERSUBSCRIPTION ON KECK I AND SUPPORTING PROGRAMS OF STRATEGIC VALUE TO NASA. THIS PROPOSAL CONSOLIDATES ALL DIRECT NASA SUPPORT FOR KECK OBSERVATORY INTO A SINGLE PROPOSAL / AWARD.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX13AH26A     NASA SCIENCE AT W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY: MARCH 1, 2013 THROUGH FEBRUARY 28, 2018. THIS PROPOSAL TO NASA BY THE W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY (WMKO) IS INTENDED TO RENEW A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AWARD FOR SUPPORT OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AT THE OBSERVATORY, WHICH OPERATES THE WORLD'S TWO LARGEST STEERABLE AND FULLY COMMISSIONED OPTICAL/INFRARED TELESCOPES ON THE SUMMIT OF MAUNA KEA ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII. NASA IS A ONE-SIXTH PARTNER IN WMKO, HAVING INVESTED ONESIXTH OF THE CAPITAL COSTS AND ONE-SIXTH OF THE OPERATIONS COSTS SINCE CIRCA 1996. THE RESEARCH PROGRAM PROPOSED HERE MAPS SQUARELY TO THE ASTRONOMICAL PRIORITIES OF NASA, NAMELY, THE ORIGINS OF GALAXIES, ELEMENTS, STARS AND PLANETARY SYSTEMS AND INCREASING THE UNDERSTANDING OF OUR OWN SOLAR SYSTEM. THE SPECIFIC RESEARCH FOCUS AREAS ARE (I) THE DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANETS AROUND OTHER STARS, (II) THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF PLANETARY SYSTEMS, (III) STUDIES OF OUR OWN SOLAR SYSTEM, AND (IV) STUDIES IN GALAXY FORMATION, EVOLUTION AND COSMOLOGY. THIS ADVANCEMENT IN KNOWLEDGE WILL PROVIDE A FOUNDATION FOR PLANNING AND INTERPRETING THE RESULTS FROM A VARIETY OF NASA PROGRAMS AND MISSIONS. WMKO PROPOSES TO DEVOTE 1/6 OF AVAILABLE OBSERVING TIME TO NASA-SELECTED PROGRAMS IN THESE AREAS. GIVEN THE HIGH OVERSUBSCRIPTION FOR NASA TIME, WMKO ALSO PROPOSES THE OPTION FOR NASA TO MAKE AVAILABLE UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10 NIGHTS PER YEAR. FINALLY, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NASA EXOPLANET SCIENCE INSTITUTE, WMKO PLANS TO CONTINUE ITS KECK OBSERVATORY ARCHIVE (KOA) ACTIVITIES. THE KECK OBSERVATORY IS UNIQUELY SUITED TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY RESEARCH TOOLS TO ADDRESS THE RESEARCH TOPICS DISCUSSED ABOVE. WMKO WILL SUPPLY ALL THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL TO OPERATE THE OBSERVATORY, 24 HOURS/DAY, 7 DAYS/WEEK, AND 365 NIGHTS/YEAR. NASA WILL CONTRIBUTE TECHNICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE, SELECT OBSERVERS, AND PERFORM RELATED TASKS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SCIENTIFIC EFFECTIVENESS OF THE KECK OBSERVATORY. THIS PROPOSAL REQUESTS NASA FUNDING FOR 1/6 OF THE BASIC OPERATIONS COST OF THE OBSERVATORY, AN APPROPRIATE SHARE OF FACILITY RENEWAL ACTIVITIES, SUPPORT FOR THE WMKO PORTION OF THE KECK OBSERVATORY ARCHIVE, AND THE OPTION OF UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10 OBSERVING NIGHTS PER YEAR. THESE COSTS COVER A PROPORTIONAL SHARE OF THE SALARIES OF 119 SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL, IN ADDITION TO ALL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THIS MAJOR RESEARCH FACILITY. THE PROGRAM CORRESPONDING TO NASA'S IN-GUIDE FUNDING AMOUNT PROVIDES NASA'S 1/6 OF KECK OBSERVATORY OPERATIONS SUPPORT, KOA SUPPORT, AND INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL, WHICH NASA HAS TRADITIONALLY CONTRIBUTED TO. THE NASA IN-GUIDE BUDGET SPECIFICATION DOES NOT ALLOW FOR THE FULL EFFECTS OF INFLATION EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE FACILITY RENEWAL PROGRAM. THUS, ONE ENHANCED SCENARIO FULLY FUNDS THE EXPECTED INFLATION-ADJUSTED COSTS OF THE FACILITY RENEWAL PROGRAM. ANOTHER OPTIONAL, AUGMENTED SCENARIO SUPPORTS ANOTHER 10 NIGHTS PER YEAR OF KECK TELESCOPE ACCESS FOR NASA, ENABLING A REDUCTION IN THE EXTREME OVERSUBSCRIPTION ON KECK I AND SUPPORTING PROGRAMS OF STRATEGIC VALUE TO NASA. THIS PROPOSAL CONSOLIDATES ALL DIRECT NASA SUPPORT FOR KECK OBSERVATORY INTO A SINGLE PROPOSAL / AWARD.  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - CONFLUENCE CORPORATION
$1,657,866.71
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z085: SFLC PROCUREMENT BRANCH 2(00085)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FY18 DOCKSIDE REPAIR TO COAST GUARD CUTTER WALNUT TAS# 070/2018/2018/0610/000
J999: NON-NUCLEAR SHIP REPAIR (WEST)

  70Z08518CP4509000     HSCG85-18-Q-P45019     IGF::OT::IGF FY18 DOCKSIDE REPAIR TO COAST GUARD CUTTER WALNUT TAS# 070/2018/2018/0610/000  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - MODTECH SOLUTIONS LLC
$0.00
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70FBR9: REGION 9: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AN

B: PURCHASE ORDER
POLYCOM PHONE UPGRADE PAO
5805: TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH EQUIPMENT

  HSFE0917P0060     HSFE9-17-Q-0009     POLYCOM PHONE UPGRADE PAO  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - CONFLUENCE CORPORATION
$220,830.18
1300: Department of Commerce
1305M3: DEPT OF COMMERCE NOAA

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF HI'IALAKAI DOCKSIDE REPAIR
J020: MAINT/REPAIR/REBUILD OF EQUIPMENT- SHIP AND MARINE EQUIPMENT

  DOCT0001     DOCAB133M15CQ0032     IGF::OT::IGF HI'IALAKAI DOCKSIDE REPAIR  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - GOLDWINGS SUPPLY SERVICE, INC.
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QSWA: GSA/FAS SCIENTFC,TEMP SVCS,ADINT

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
6210: INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES

  GS07F182GA     7FCI-F8-030056-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - GOLDWINGS SUPPLY SERVICE, INC.
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QSWA: GSA/FAS SCIENTFC,TEMP SVCS,ADINT

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
6210: INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES

  GS07F182GA     7FCI-F8-030056-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS
$92,098.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII GROUP WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION OPERATION DATA ACQUISITION AND ANALYSIS FOR MANY INSTRUMENTS ABOARD THE P3B DURING ORACLES. THESE INCLUDE MEASUREMENTS OF AEROSOL PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS FROM 10NM TO 5UM WITH A SMPSS A UHSAS AND AN APS CLOUD DROPLET SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS WITH A PDI AEROSOL NUMBER CONCENTRATION FROM 3NM TO 5UM WITH TSI CN COUNTERS AEROSOL NON REFRACTORY COMPOSITION FROM AN AERODYNE HR TOF AMS BLACK CARBON FROM A DMT SP2 CLOUD CONDENSATION NUCLEUS CONCENTRATION WITH A DMT 2 CHANNEL CNN COUNTER DRY AEROSOL LIGHT SCATTERING CO-EFFICIENTS FROM SUBMICRON AND ALL PARTICLES FROM 3 WAVELENGTH TSI EPHELOMETERS HUMIDITY ENHANCED SCATTERING FROM 2 RADIANCE RESEARCH NEPHELO METERS AEROSOL ABSORPTION CO-EFFICIENTS AT 3 WAVELENGTHS FROM RADIANCE RESEARCH 3 WAVELENGTH PSAPS ONE TOTAL THE OTHER SUB UM, CLOUD DROPLET WATER CONCENTRATION AND EFFECTIVE RADIUS WITH A GERBER PVM AND OZONE WITH A THERMO SCIENTIFIC UNIT. ALL OF THE COLLECTED DATA WILL BE QUALITY CHECKED ADJUSTED FOR CALIBRATIONS AND SUBMITTED TO THE DATA REPOSITORY. INCLUDED IN THIS EFFORT WILL BE CROSS CALIBRATIONS BETWEEN COMPLEMENTARY INSTRUMENTS. WE WILL ALSO USE THE COLLECTED DATA IN STUDIES ADDRESSING THE SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES DESCRIBED IN THE PROPOSAL PARTICULARLY EXAMINING AEROSOL EVOLUTION WITH TIME AND AS BB PLUMES MIX INTO THE MARINE BOUNDARY LAYER. WE WILL ALSO COOPERATE WITH OTHER GROUPS ON CLOSURE STUDIES.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AG01G     THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII GROUP WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLATION OPERATION DATA ACQUISITION AND ANALYSIS FOR MANY INSTRUMENTS ABOARD THE P3B DURING ORACLES. THESE INCLUDE MEASUREMENTS OF AEROSOL PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS FROM 10NM TO 5UM WITH A SMPSS A UHSAS AND AN APS CLOUD DROPLET SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS WITH A PDI AEROSOL NUMBER CONCENTRATION FROM 3NM TO 5UM WITH TSI CN COUNTERS AEROSOL NON REFRACTORY COMPOSITION FROM AN AERODYNE HR TOF AMS BLACK CARBON FROM A DMT SP2 CLOUD CONDENSATION NUCLEUS CONCENTRATION WITH A DMT 2 CHANNEL CNN COUNTER DRY AEROSOL LIGHT SCATTERING CO-EFFICIENTS FROM SUBMICRON AND ALL PARTICLES FROM 3 WAVELENGTH TSI EPHELOMETERS HUMIDITY ENHANCED SCATTERING FROM 2 RADIANCE RESEARCH NEPHELO METERS AEROSOL ABSORPTION CO-EFFICIENTS AT 3 WAVELENGTHS FROM RADIANCE RESEARCH 3 WAVELENGTH PSAPS ONE TOTAL THE OTHER SUB UM, CLOUD DROPLET WATER CONCENTRATION AND EFFECTIVE RADIUS WITH A GERBER PVM AND OZONE WITH A THERMO SCIENTIFIC UNIT. ALL OF THE COLLECTED DATA WILL BE QUALITY CHECKED ADJUSTED FOR CALIBRATIONS AND SUBMITTED TO THE DATA REPOSITORY. INCLUDED IN THIS EFFORT WILL BE CROSS CALIBRATIONS BETWEEN COMPLEMENTARY INSTRUMENTS. WE WILL ALSO USE THE COLLECTED DATA IN STUDIES ADDRESSING THE SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES DESCRIBED IN THE PROPOSAL PARTICULARLY EXAMINING AEROSOL EVOLUTION WITH TIME AND AS BB PLUMES MIX INTO THE MARINE BOUNDARY LAYER. WE WILL ALSO COOPERATE WITH OTHER GROUPS ON CLOSURE STUDIES.  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - APPLIED COMPUTER TRAINING & TECHNOLOGY, INC
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QTCA: GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
U012: EDUCATION/TRAINING- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRAINING

  GS35F0597Y     FCIS-JB-980001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORPORATION
$2,679.12
6900: Department of Transportation
697DCC: FAA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::CL::IGF ADDING FY'18 FUNDS TO CONTINUE THE ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE, HONOLULU CONTROL FACILITY (HCF)
J099: MAINT/REPAIR/REBUILD OF EQUIPMENT- MISCELLANEOUS

  DTFAWN16P00005     IGF::CL::IGF ADDING FY'18 FUNDS TO CONTINUE THE ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE, HONOLULU CONTROL FACILITY (HCF)  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - ACCESS LIFTS OF HAWAII, INC.
$2,393.72
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z040: SFLC PROCUREMENT BRANCH 3(00040)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
OEM TECH TO SURVEY SYSTEM AND REPLACE WIRE ROPE
J020: MAINT/REPAIR/REBUILD OF EQUIPMENT- SHIP AND MARINE EQUIPMENT

  70Z08518PP4561800     OEM TECH TO SURVEY SYSTEM AND REPLACE WIRE ROPE  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - INTERNATIONAL UNDERWATER EXPLORATIONS, LLC
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QTCA: GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  GS35F557AA     FCIS-JB-980001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - UNITEK SOLVENT SERVICES, INC.
$2,376.64
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z034: BASE HONOLULU(00034)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
WASTE REMOVAL
F108: ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS PROTECTION- ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

  70Z03418PPH701400     WASTE REMOVAL  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - HAWTHORNE PACIFIC CORP
($0.01)
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z080: SFLC PROCUREMENT BRANCH 1(00080)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
REBUILD PARTS FOR SSDG
2995: MISCELLANEOUS ENGINE ACCESSORIES, AIRCRAFT

  HSCG8017PP45P06     REBUILD PARTS FOR SSDG  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII SYSTEMS
$9,600.00
3300: Smithsonian Institution
331312: SMITHSONIAN ASTROPHYSICAL

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF
D322: IT AND TELECOM- INTERNET

  F18STO4000000390938     IGF::OT::IGF  
Monday, December 18, 2017 - INTERNATIONAL UNDERWATER EXPLORATIONS, LLC
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QTCA: GSA/FAS CENTER FOR IT SCHEDULE PROG

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  GS35F557AA     FCIS-JB-980001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - HAWAII 5-0 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, INC.
$13,218.24
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70LGLY: FLETC GLYNCO PROCUREMENT OFFICE

C: DELIVERY ORDER
STEEL DRUM, OPEN TOP, 55 GALLON
F999: OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

  70LGLY18FGLB00055     HSFLGL16D00006     STEEL DRUM, OPEN TOP, 55 GALLON  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - COURIER CORPORATION OF HAWAII
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QMCB: GSA/FAS OFFICE OF ACQUISITION OPERA

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
V111: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRANSPORTATION: AIR FREIGHT

  GS33F017BA     FBGT-GG-050001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - COURIER CORPORATION OF HAWAII
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QMCB: GSA/FAS OFFICE OF ACQUISITION OPERA

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
V111: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRANSPORTATION: AIR FREIGHT

  GS33F017BA     FBGT-GG-050001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - PACIFIC GLOVES & SERVICE LLC
$0.00
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36F797: DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

C: FSS
CONTRACT EXT 5 YR OPT TO EXT
6530: HOSPITAL FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT, UTENSILS, AND SUPPLIES

  V797D30059     65IIA     CONTRACT EXT 5 YR OPT TO EXT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - WINDWARD AVIATION INC
($664.80)
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF UNIVERSITY OF HI - PACIFIC COOPERATIVE STUDIES UNIT
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  IND16PD00739     IND13PC00069     IGF::OT::IGF FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF UNIVERSITY OF HI - PACIFIC COOPERATIVE STUDIES UNIT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - COURIER CORPORATION OF HAWAII
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QMCB: GSA/FAS OFFICE OF ACQUISITION OPERA

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
V112: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRANSPORTATION: MOTOR FREIGHT

  GS33F018BA     FBGT-GG-050001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - K & S HELICOPTERS, INC.
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  140D8118F0019     IND17PC00379     HELICOPTER FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF DOI ALASKA/HI USING SMALL, MEDIUM TURBINE OR RECIPROCATING AIRCRAFT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - J C B DRY CLEANING INC
($117.20)
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C786: NATIONAL CEMETERY ADMIN (00786)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CL::IGF UNIFORM SERVICES FOR THE CEMETERY
S209: HOUSEKEEPING- LAUNDRY/DRYCLEANING

  VA78617C0079     VA786-17-Q-0202     IGF::CL::IGF UNIFORM SERVICES FOR THE CEMETERY  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - INTERNATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY, LLC
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140P82: PWR HONO MABO(82000)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
GIS DATA MANAGEMENT, KALOKO-HONOKOHAU NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - MOD 0003 NO-COST TIME EXTENSION
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INP16PD03854     INP16PC00627     GIS DATA MANAGEMENT, KALOKO-HONOKOHAU NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - MOD 0003 NO-COST TIME EXTENSION  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - KENNEDY/JENKS CONSULTANTS, INC.
$122,451.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140P82: PWR HONO MABO(82000)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE II DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: REHABILITATE HVC WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONVERSION FROM R-1 TO AN IWS (PHASE I&II), HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK, SUMMIT DISTRICT, MAUI, HAWAII
C211: ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING- GENERAL: LANDSCAPING, INTERIOR LAYOUT, AND DESIGNING

  140P8218F0002     INP13PC00029     IGF::OT::IGF TITLE II DESIGN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: REHABILITATE HVC WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONVERSION FROM R-1 TO AN IWS (PHASE I&II), HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK, SUMMIT DISTRICT, MAUI, HAWAII  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - COURIER CORPORATION OF HAWAII
$0.00
4700: General Services Administration
47QMCB: GSA/FAS OFFICE OF ACQUISITION OPERA

C: FSS
FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT
V112: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRANSPORTATION: MOTOR FREIGHT

  GS33F018BA     FBGT-GG-050001-B     FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE CONTRACT  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - K & S HELICOPTERS, INC.
($41,512.50)
1400: Department of the Interior
140D81: IBC AVIATION MANAGEMENT (00081)

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
V221: TRANSPORTATION/TRAVEL/RELOCATION- TRAVEL/LODGING/RECRUITMENT: PASSENGER AIR CHARTER

  IND16PD00961     IND13PC00066     IGF::OT::IGF FLIGHT SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII  
Friday, December 15, 2017 - PACIFIC ISLAND HEALTH OFFICERS ASSOCIATION
($15,620.55)
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
75D301: CDC OFFICE OF ACQUISITION SERVICES

B: PURCHASE ORDER
GUAM SHARED SERVICES IGF::OT::IGF FOR OTHER FUNCTIONS
M1JZ: OPERATION OF MISCELLANEOUS BUILDINGS

  HHSD2002015M63276P     2015Q17384     GUAM SHARED SERVICES IGF::OT::IGF FOR OTHER FUNCTIONS  
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - OHANA NUI MANAGEMENT, INC.
($10.00)
7000: Department of Homeland Security
70Z084: SILC BSS(00084)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF OTHER SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE SERVICES, BASE HONOLULU
S299: HOUSEKEEPING- OTHER

  HSCG8410C6CB012     IGF::OT::IGF OTHER SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE SERVICES, BASE HONOLULU  
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - NALOWINDS KENNELS
($1,600.00)
1400: Department of the Interior
140F09: US FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF KENNEL SERVICES IN HAWAII FOR WILDLIFE INSPECTOR CANINE PROGRAM
R416: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: VETERINARY/ANIMAL CARE

  INF16PX01139     F16PS00536     IGF::OT::IGF KENNEL SERVICES IN HAWAII FOR WILDLIFE INSPECTOR CANINE PROGRAM  
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - HBC MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.
$305,365.93
6900: Department of Transportation
692L79: 692L79 DOT FAA TECHNICAL CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF ARMED GUARD SERVICES
R430: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: PHYSICAL SECURITY AND BADGING

  DTFACT15C00027     IGF::OT::IGF ARMED GUARD SERVICES