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B-405232 September 22, 2011 F&S Environmental, LLC, of East Brewton, Alabama, protests the exclusion of its proposal from the competitive range, and the subsequent award of a contract to JESCO Company, of Gulf Shores, Alabama, by the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) under request for proposals (RFP) No.
With the acquisition of Sell Zodiac Aerospace intends to propose a full and competitive range of products to airlines and aircraft manufacturers.
In a letter to developers, the MTA said the proposals will be used for “(i) eliminating proposals that are not to fall within the competitive range and (ii) commencing negotiations with the remaining eligible Proposers.
11) Have a price reconciliation meeting with each of the offerors in the competitive range.
The combination of the companies' technological and marketing capabilities would provide customers with a more competitive range of products than is currently available.
The evaluation of initial proposals has been completed and your firm has been determined to be in the competitive range for award consideration.
It is investing in core technology, capability and infrastructure that can be applied across these sectors to take a competitive range of products to market.
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