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Accurate Coordinate Datasets Collection (ACDC)

The Geography Division of the United States Census Bureau (U.S. Census Bureau) is conducting a competition to enter into a contract with a period of performance from award date through September 30, 2008. This contract is for collection of accurate coordinate datasets to support the coordinate evaluation of TIGER® files that have been processed through the MAF/TIGER Accuracy Improvement Project (MTAIP) coordinate improvement operations. Coordinate evaluation data also is required to evaluate the location accuracy of Geographic Information System (GIS) files and other files that are potential sources of spatial data, for which the spatial accuracy must be statistically evaluated. It is anticipated that from contract award through Government Fiscal Year (GFY) 2008 coordinate quality assurance (QA) datasets will be required for up to 1,200 areas. The project shall be known as “Accurate Coordinate Datasets Collection (ACDC).”

ACDC SF33 document in  [MS Word]  or   [PDF] format

Solicitation Document in  [MS Word]  or   [PDF] format

For questions pertaining to the SF 33 or Solicitation Document, please contact Phil Hodges of the Acquisitions Division. For information regarding acquisitions and procurements at the Census Bureau, see the Acquisitions Division website. For general geography questions, please contact Geography Division.

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Geography Division
Created: May 18, 2004
Last revised: Tuesday, 18-May-2004 15:00:32 EDT

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