SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND SEABIRD AND SHOREBIRD MONITORING PROJECT, SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND, NAVAL BASE CORONADO, CALIFORNIA

Department of Defense Fort Worth District
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Agency Name: Fort Worth DistrictDescription:Note: A full study proposal and proposed budget are NOT requested at this time.Project Title: SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND SEABIRD AND SHOREBIRDMONITORING PROJECT, SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND, NAVAL BASECORONADO, CALIFORNIAResponses to this Request for Statements of Interest will be used to identify potentialinvestigators for a project to be funded by Commander, US Pacific Fleet (PACFLT), whichprovides professional and technical support for the Naval Base Coronado Natural ResourcesProgram in order to facilitate successful implementation of 16 U.S.C. ยง 670(c) (1) โ€“ (SIKESACT), USACE Acquisition Instruction (UAI) Part 5101, Version 4 dated 25 Jan 2017, revisedJuly 2018, re-delegation of Authority in 16 U.S.C. ยง670C-1. Approximately $114,196.00 isexpected to be available to support this project. Additional funding may be available for followon work in subsequent fiscal years to the successful Recipient/Awardee.Brief Description of Anticipated Work:In order to perform this work successfully, the cooperator must have capabilities to support onsite goals and objectives at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field San Clemente Island, Naval BaseCoronado. The cooperator will be providing technical natural resource support to provide San ClementeIsland with the monitoring and management of Seabird and Shorebird species in accordance with federaland state regulatory mandates and the San Clemente Island Integrated Natural Resource ManagementPlan (INRMP).Goals and ObjectivesMonitor seabird populations and nesting sites to collect data, provide analytical andrecommendation reports required to support species success toward sustainable populations andregional goals to remove these species from threatened and endangered status. This includes 8specific tasks outlined in the provided SOO. Tasks include attending a kick-off meeting,coordination of any other meetings required to support project execution, data storage, analyticalreporting, obtaining data for seabird breeding populations, obtaining data for cavity nestingseabirds, providing non-native predatory protection at seabird and shorebird nest sites, obtainingdata on shorebirds focused on Western Snowy Plover species and incidental shorebird nestingreports.Period of Performance. Base period: 18 months from date of award โ€“ this will allow for 12full months of field and data collection activities and 6 months for data analysis and reportingefforts.Option periods: Four 18-month option periods anticipated with the first one starting 12months the beginning of the base period effort. This allows for continuous fieldwork (each12 months) with overlapping periods of performance for analyses and reporting. Thus,option period fieldwork will begin from the date of award and extend at least 12 months withan additional 6 months for reporting, totaling an 18-month period of performance for eachOption Period (with 6 months of overlap with prior period.Please send responses or direct questions to:Sandra JustmanGrants SpecialistUSACE Ft. Worth DistrictSandra.justman@usace.army.milOffice: (817) 886-1073Kathy MitchellEnvironmental Agreements PMUSACE Ft. Worth DistrictKathy.s.mitchell@usace.army.milOffice: (817) 886-1709Timeline for Review of Statements of Interest: The RSOI is required to be posted for at least 30 days prior to the Government making a decision and requesting full proposals. Responses due by 11 APR 2022.
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Posted on:

Start Date:

Application Deadline:

Expired

Type

Financial aid

Reference Number

W9126G-22-2-SOI-2176

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