Government Contract | Pennsylvania
Copy of 36C24E-19-AP-0571 | 662-20-1-7175-0001 | FluoRespirometer

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 111920638

Bid Title: Copy of 36C24E-19-AP-0571 | 662-20-1-7175-0001 | FluoRespirometer

Agency Bid No. Title: 36C24E20Q0017

Received Date: 11/05/2019

Close Date: Not Stated


The Veterans Administration San Francisco Medical Center Research and Development Group intends to negotiate on a sole source basis with Oroboros O2k High-Resolution Fluorespirometer. This equipment will be utilized to continue to support research projects currently being conducted at the San Francisco VA. The VA requires this system to measure mitochondrial function in cardiac muscle tissue and to perform a biochemical analysis of energy production inside heart muscle cells. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals; however, any responsible source who believes it is capable of meeting the requirement and who is the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), authorized dealer, authorized distributor or authorized reseller of all the items listed above, may submit a capability statement to the contracting office to the contracting office no later than Friday, November 8, 2019, 4:00 PM EST. Interest/capability statements may be sent to Elaine DiBucci at No telephone responses will be accepted. A determination not to compete the proposed requirement based upon the responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government.

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Product Code: 66

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Issuing Agency: Department of Veterans Affairs

State: Pennsylvania

Agency Type: Federal

Contact: Elaine F DiBucci Contracting Officer (412) 822-3432



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