Here is an opportunity to work as a Contractor with the Portland, OR BLM office. If you are interested, contact:
Glacier Technologies, LLC
8276 Brigantine Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Office (719) 531-7308
Work cell (719) 659-1312
STATEMENT OF WORK
The BLM requires contractor services of one individual to work with the Mobile GIS lead to research user requirements, and document and test the BLM suite of Mobile GIS/GIS software tools, using Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and Trimble COTS desktop software as well as ESRI ArcPad10 and emerging mobile softwares on multiple operating systems. Services are also needed to research and write curriculum and train nationally on mobile GIS systems as a live instructor, through internet courses or through self-study courses. This task order consists of a one (1) year base period and four (4) one year options.
The Contractor shall perform the following on the Mobile GIS project.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Contractor personnel shall possess the following skills and abilities:
The contractor may possess the following skills and abilities. These skills are beneficial but not required:
PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
The employee will be physically located at an off-site location but available to attend regular face to face meetings at the BLM State Office at the 1220 SW Third Avenue Portland, Oregon 97201 during the performance period. It is at the government’s discretion to eventually provide a workspace in the BLM offices. Whether on-site or off-site, the contractor must work on a government-furnished computer and complete all training and clearances for access to the government computer network, digital work and storage space and access to servers and printers. The government will also provide access to mobile GIS hardware and software. Other proposed locations of work shall be approved by the COR.
The BLM will not provide transportation. There may be required travel during the duration of this work assignment. Travel is generally in the states of Oregon and Washington. Travel may also be required throughout the United States. Any travel that is required by task assignments shall be paid at rates consistent with the Federal Travel Regulations. Travel shall be made as an equitable adjustment to the contract.
The Contractor personnel shall work an estimated 40 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Alternate work sites may be allowed if approved by the COR.
The Contractor shall not report to the designated place of performance on weekends, Federal holidays, or when the Edith Greene Wendell Wyatt Building, 1220 SW 3rd Avenue, Portland OR is otherwise closed. Overtime shall not be allowed.