The U.S. Army is conducting market research to determine if there are qualified small businesses to support maintenance and custom computer programming of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) Enterprise Safety Application Management System (ESAMS).
USAMRICD is the nation’s leading science and technology laboratory in the area of medical chemical countermeasures research and development, managing a diversified portfolio of medical chemical warfare agent research projects for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other Federal Agencies.
The organization is increasingly called upon to provide expert analytical and consultative services related to medical chemical defense research and to the medical management of chemical casualties. The Institute’s growing national and international customer base includes other Government agencies, academia, pharmaceutical companies and commercial enterprises.
Given these demands, USAMRICD requires specialized expertise for the maintenance and custom computer programming of the Enterprise Safety Application Management System (ESAMS). ESAMS provides a mechanism for the centralized collection of data with a core repository of information utilizing integrated applications and standardized responses for data accountability and evaluation.
ESAMS is not just a data collection tool but performs automated site specific analysis functions across various applications and stores historical data that would not be available in any other system currently utilized by USAMRICD.
Standardizing Safety and Occupational Health program management functions and data call responses will improve accuracy, provide real-time data, and result in better business decisions increasing efficiency and cost savings throughout USAMRICD.
The U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity is conducting the Request for Information (RFI) market research on behalf of USAMRICD. Further details are available via Solicitation Number: W81XWH-15-ESAMS-0001. The response deadline is June 15, 2015.