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FEDLINK Network Operations -- LC/Contracts & Logistics

LC/FEDLINK Solicitation 98-1:
FEDLINK Information Retrieval Services

This solicitation is for acquisition of or access to commercial off-the-shelf electronic information sources. Vendors of appropriate services may submit proposals in response to this solicitation. Those who meet the requirements specified in the document and who are awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement by the Library of Congress may offer products and services through the FEDLINK program to federal libraries and other agencies of the US federal government.

The document outlines the scope of the program, requirements for submitting proposals, and terms under which LC/FEDLINK will conduct business with selected vendors. Contacts for further information are also provided. The solicitation is offered in WordPerfect 5 and Microsoft Word 7 versions.

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FEDLINK Information Retrieval Services (Soliciation 98-1). WordPerfect 5, (330k).

FEDLINK Information Retrieval Services (Soliciation 98-1). Microsoft Word 7, (280k).


Referenced Clauses. WordPerfect 5, (150k).
Text of references in 98-1 to clauses in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
Referenced Clauses. Microsoft Word 7, (170k).
Text of references in 98-1 to clauses in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).


Questions & Answers
Questions about RFP 98-1 from offerors, and responses from LC/Contracts & Logistics. (Be sure to read all the Q&A files.)



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