Solicitation Number: 140G0120Q0038
“Artificial Intelligence Tools to Support Water Data QA/QC USGS requires information technology and management consulting services to assist the U.S. Geological Survey Maryland-Delaware-DC Water Science Center. The project involves researching the feasibility and requirements of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to support water data interpretation, data quality assurance and quality control. Based on initial findings, selected recommendations may be implemented to develop AI tools. This is a labor-hour contract with the first task not-to-exceed forty (40) hours and the optional second task not-to-exceed 160 hours. The estimated project period of performance is one year from date of award. Quote submissions are due on or before 12/06/2019. Refer to Section E.4. for Instructions to Offerors for the Submission of Quotes. The award will be made to the offer that provides the best value to the Government, considering price, past performance and technical approach/capability. Refer to Section E.2. for Evaluation Factors. This solicitation is a Small Business Set-Aside; NAICS Code 541611, Size Standard $15 million. Vendors must be registered at https://www.sam.gov/ to be awarded the contract. All responsible sources submitting a quotation shall be considered by the Government. Responses MUST be emailed to email@example.com; questions to the same address. The RFQ documents may be obtained at https://www.fedconnect.net, under Search Public Opportunities Only, Ref. Number 140G0119Q0038.”
“The selected contractor will complete analysis of WSC data, outline the feasibility and recommendations for a system to notify the WSC if there are anomalies in the raw data and to detect sensor issues prior to data loss, and to predict near term sensor readings. Depending on the results and USGS needs, development work may proceed upon direction.”
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