Optical Instruments on Fixed Platforms. Informational Bidders’ Conference 6 January 2011 Request for Proposals (RFP) 1410-00002 for (OOI) http://www.oceanleadership.org/2010/rfp-1410-00002-for-optical-instruments-on-fixed-platforms-ooi/
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The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) is a long-term, NSF-funded program to provide 25-30 years of sustained ocean measurements to study climate variability, ocean circulation and ecosystem dynamics, air-sea exchange, seafloor processes, and plate-scale geodynamics.
-- OOI Brochure
Climate Variability, Ocean Circulation, and Ecosystems
Turbulent Mixing and Biophysical Interactions
Coastal Ocean Dynamics and Ecosystems
Fluid-Rock Interactions and the Sub-seafloor Biosphere
Plate-scale, Ocean Geodynamics
Additional Science Foci
Ocean ecosystem health
To Support OOI Science Themes-
OOI Platforms include:
RSN Array Elements
Endurance Array Oregon Line
You may propose on either or both classes of instruments
The URL listed in this table incorrect: http://www.oceanleadership.org/about-ocean-leadership/ocean-of-opportunities/.
The correct link (which is also to the RFP Notice) is: (http://www.oceanleadership.org/2010/rfp-1410-00002-for-optical-instruments-on-fixed-platforms-ooi/), which includes the links to the Configuration Management Plan, the Systems Engineering Management Plan, and the Final Network Design.
THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF SOME OF THE PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS.
OFFERORS ARE CAUTIONED TO CAREFULLY READ THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SOLICITATION AND COMPLY ACCORDINGLY
Optical instrument deployment depths vary for each instrument series. Instrument series are defined in appendix A-1 in RFP attachments J-2 and J-3.
Brief discussion of Attachments J-7 and J-8
The offeror whose proposal provides the best value to the project when price and other factors are considered will be awarded the contract.