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Service Repairs of M4 and M4A1 Joint Chemical Agent Detector

The Army Contracting Command, Warren, Michigan, is seeking sources capable of repairing the M4 and M4A1 Joint Chemical Agent Detectors (JCAD).

Responders are requested to answer a range of questions, including:

  • Is the contractor capable of making necessary repairs or replace parts ensuring the instruments meet the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) serviceability standards?
  • Is the contractor ISO 9000 Quality Management System certified?
  • Can the contractor repair or replace items, returning them to the customer within 30 calendar days?
  • Can the contractor provide engineering analysis of inoperable detectors to identify root cause weaknesses in order to recommend solutions to reduce further failures?
  • Does the contractor have the expertise or available training to properly perform repairs or make part replacements?
  • Does the contractor have or can they obtain the proper test setup and test parameters to verify the detector’s performance?
  • Can the contractor obtain new parts needed to repair the detectors to return them to OEM serviceability standards?
  • Will the contractor be capable of providing repaired detectors that meet the technical specifications detailed in the Source Controlled Document (SCD)?

Further details are available via Solicitation Number: W56HZV17R0083.

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