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NOAA Announces Award of ProTech Oceans Contract
March 19, 2019

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Professional and Technical (ProTech) Services Oceans Domain has announced the award of an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to Team TBG that will generate research, services, operations and data for issues that include coastal resiliency, ocean acidification, ecological pollution and natural hazards. Team TBG consists of 11 scientific, research and geospatial companies focused on oceanic and coastal concerns, formed to comprehensively support NOAA.

Team TBG is a successful integrative team of 11 scientific, research and geospatial companies focused on oceanic and coastal concerns. Team TBG works together to provide support, strategy and innovative solutions to advance the mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Ocean Service. Members of this high-performance team include The Baldwin Group Inc. (prime), Advanced Resource Technologies Inc., CDM Smith Inc., Data Solutions & Technology Inc., Eastern Research Group Inc., Global Science & Technology Inc., JOA Surveys LLC, Ocean Associates Inc., Riverside Technology Inc., TDI-Brooks International Inc. and Woolpert Inc.

ProTech is a suite of contracting vehicles organized into five domains: Satellite, Fisheries, Weather, Oceans and Enterprise Operations. These domains provide an industrial base of professional, scientific and technical resources for use by NOAA and other bureaus within the U.S. Department of Commerce. The amount allocated across the five domains has a ceiling of $3 billion.

The ProTech Oceans Domain enables NOAA’s National Ocean Service (NOS) to acquire geospatial mapping and scientific data collection, create partnerships to define science-based solutions, and address economic, environmental and social pressures on U.S. oceans and coasts.

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