US Embassy Quito requires equipment

The Embassy of the United States of America in Quito Ecuador requires equipment with the following specifications:

ITEM QTY DESCRIPTION PRICE
UNIT TOTAL
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P25 Portable Radio :

Available in 700/800 MHz, VHF, UHF R1 and UHF R2 frequency bands

Trunking standards supported:

Clear or digital encrypted ASTRO®25 Trunked Operation

Capable of SmartZone®, SmartZone Omnilink, SmartNet®

ASTRO 25 Integrated Voice & Data Software Key Analog MDC-1200 and Digital APCO P25 Conventional System Configurations Narrow and Wide Bandwidth Digital Receiver

(6.25 kHz equiv / 12.5 kHz / 20 kHz / 25 kHz)¹ Embedded digital signaling (ASTRO & ASTRO 25) Intelligent Priority Scan

User-programmable Voice Announcement

Instant Recall

Meets Applicable MIL-STD-810C, D, E, F and G

IP67 standard2

Utilizes Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and 8 Customer Programming Software (CPS)5

Supports USB communications Built-in FLASHport™  support

Full portfolio of accessories including IMPRES batteries, chargers, wired and wireless audio accessories

Mission Critical Wireless Bluetooth4 Integrated GPS/GLONASS for outdoor location tracking

Enhanced Encryption capability Programming Over Project 25

Man Down

Surveillance Kit

**Used for covert operations by removing traditional elements – the keypad, display, speaker and microphone – to create a slim, compact radio that operates via accessories

It must work and be integrated on the Ecuadorian trunked network of ECU 911 that operates with the P25 standard.  The settings will be done by the user.

    SUBTOTAL: $  
  VAT TAX (12%): $  
    TOTAL: $.

 

We will evaluate offers based on the best value to the US Government.

The Government intends to award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the lowest priced technically acceptable offeror who is a responsible contractor. The Government may award the contract based on the initial offer without discussions.

Your quotation must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Quotation Enclosed–to the Contracting Officer:  Mr. James Kuebler, Embassy of the United States of America, Av. Guayacanes N52-205 y Av. Avigiras, Quito-Ecuador, before 4:00 p.m. on September 23, 2019.  Electronic quotations may be sent to the following e-mails: roseroc@state.gov, and BalsecaJJ@state.gov.

Point of Contact:

For additional information, please contact Cecilia Rosero, Roseroc@state.gov; 5932-398-5131; and Jose Balseca, GSO Supervisor, BalsecaJJ@state.gov, 5932-398-5284