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Training Support Services for the Center for Domestic Preparedness

The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) is a national training facility located in Anniston, Alabama, that prepares state and local emergency response personnel to respond to all hazards, including terrorist attacks using weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by providing advanced, hands on training.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is currently soliciting proposals for contract training support services in support of the CDP.

The primary functions to be performed will be a full range of training support services, including, but not limited to:

  • Administrative support and travel logistics for attendees
  • Classroom setup and training support materials
  • Outreach program activities
  • Archival of historical records
  • Planning for support activities
  • Coordination with other CDP functional areas and contractors
  • Record maintenance, analysis, and quality control

This national training program was developed for state, local, tribal, Federal, private sector and international responders from Fire Service, Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Management, HazMat, Public Health, Healthcare, Public Communications, Public Works and Government Administrative and other emergency response personnel, their trainers and supervisors. Training courses provided by the CDP provide specific knowledge and expertise for deterrence, prevention and response to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) incidents.

The Acquisition Operations Division/Preparedness Section located in Emmitsburg, MD, intends to award a firm fixed price contract award under the authority of FAR Part 15.

Additional details are available on FedBizOpps, Solicitation Number: 70FA2018R00000010.

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