Dry Decontaminate for Patient/Casualty Decontamination Technology Call

Preference will be given to wet wipe type solutions, carbon-based microfiber membrane wipes but other technologies, i.e. High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filter vacuums, will also be considered. Capabilities will consist of a white paper and quad chart using the attached templates as guides. The completed packets should be submitted via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. NLT 15 February 2021. Submission of additional material, i.e. product data sheets, is permissible.

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

Additionally the point of contact for all technology submissions and questions pertaining to the selection process is Mr. Curtis Ratliff, MSCoE HDCSO, Fort Leonard Wood, MO at (573)563-6294 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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