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GSA Develops Enhanced Entry Screening Services (EESS) Procurement Resources

In response to requests from local, state and federal agencies, the General Services Administration (GSA) has conducted initial market research and prepared ordering guidance and procurement resources to help agencies quickly procure Enhanced Entry Screening Services (EESS) at government facilities within the United States and its territories in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. EESS may include providing temporary signage, requesting all entrants provide information about symptoms that could indicate COVID-19 illness, and taking the temperature of entrants (with a calibrated remote temperature sensing device).

 

The sample procurement package, available on the Acquisition Gateway COVID-19 Acquisition Resources Hub, includes:

  • An EESS Ordering Guide
  • Attachment A: EESS Market Research Report
  • Attachment B: EESS RFI Vendor Data
  • Attachment C EESS Sample Performance Work Statement
  • Attachment D: Sample Request for Quote (RFQ)
  • Attachment E: Independent Government Cost Estimate Template
  • Attachment F: Determination & Findings for T&M Orders
  • Attachment G: EESS Contractor Capability Statements

Initial market research across Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) holders identified more than 60 industry partners, consisting of both large and small businesses, that have the capability to perform the requirement of providing EESS, both within Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). The vendor data is included in ordering guidance and procurement resources.

The EESS RFI remains open allowing additional vendors to be added to the list of companies providing these services. The vendor list and other resources will be periodically updated on the Acquisition Gateway.

 
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