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SEAPORT E. 29 MAR 2011 Kelly Siffin. *** Disclaimer *** The remarks and materials presented at the NSWC Crane APBI should not be considered a guarantee of the Government’s course of action.

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SEAPORT E

29 MAR 2011

Kelly Siffin

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*** Disclaimer ***

The remarks and materials presented at the NSWC Crane APBI should not be considered a guarantee of the Government’s course of action.

The information provided today reflects the Government’s current intentions, plans, and goals, and is subject to change based on a variety of circumstances including input from prospective contractors.

The solicitation itself is the only document that is to be relied upon in determining the Government’s requirements.

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*** Disclaimer ***

The remarks and materials presented at the NSWC Crane APBI should not be considered a guarantee of the Government’s course of action.

The information provided today reflects the Government’s current intentions, plans, and goals, and is subject to change based on a variety of circumstances including input from prospective contractors.

The solicitation itself is the only document that is to be relied upon in determining the Government’s requirements.