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Online Outreach Training Program RFP

OSHA has announced a request for proposals to deliver 10-hour and 30-hour Outreach Training Program courses, on behalf of OSHA, in the construction industry, general industry, maritime industry, and targeted training for young workers, in an online format. The contractor(s) selected for award will be authorized to provide online Outreach Training Program courses to members of the public. These contracts will not involve any compensation or reimbursement from the Government. The contractor(s) may charge a fee to its students. The Government may assess a fee from the contractor(s) to cover the costs of course-completion cards and other administrative expenses.

This Solicitation closed at 4:00 p.m. Central Time on December 12, 2014.

This is to notify all Offerors that submitted proposals in response to OSHA's October 8, 2014, Solicitation for Online Outreach Training, that a protest was filed by American Safety Council, Inc. in the United States Court of Federal Claims on December 5, 2014. The matter, Case No. 14-1175C (Fed. Cl.) was resolved by decision publicly issued on August 10, 2015. A copy of the decision may be found on the United States Court of Federal Claims Web site at www.uscfc.uscourts.gov. OSHA intends to take action consistent with the Court’s decision and is currently considering next steps. Updates on the status of this procurement will be posted to this Web site. Inquiries may be directed to Nick A. Walters, Administrative Officer, at outreach@dol.gov.

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