Dry Decontaminate for Patient/Casualty Decontamination Technology Call
Do you have dry decontamination technology capabilities that you think could help the US Army? Then take a look at this latest call for technology
The Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) Homeland Defense Civil Support Office (HDCSO) is seeking dry (waterless/limited water) decontamination technology capabilities from industry and government sources.
The MSCoE HDCSO will conduct a three phase assessment of dry decontamination technologies that are suitable for use on humans, in Fiscal Year 21 and 22.
Phase I will consist of an operational assessment of selected technologies to determine visible reduction to decontaminated persons with radiological particle contamination
Phase II is a technical laboratory experiment of selected technologies to determine percent reduction of radiological particle contamination at three operating temperatures.
Phase III will include the use of promising technologies in a large scale training exercise, Arctic Eagle 22, to assess procedures and impact on resources.
Full details, timeline, and templates for submission can be found at https://beta.sam.gov/opp/84128dbed75f498d87ced2ac8fa270ae/view?sort=-modifiedDate&index=opps&is_active=1&page=1