Contracting opportunity for U. S. Coast Guard underway foreign passenger vessel course examiner

The Coast Guard has posted a contracting opportunity for the Underway Foreign Passenger Vessel Examiner Course. United States Coast Guard Cruise Ship National Center of Expertise (CSNCOE) has a requirement for a Cruise Vessel of at least 70,000 gross tons to host three (3) Foreign Passenger Vessel Examiner Courses onboard a vessel while underway in 2022, with two optional years (2023 & 2024) hosting three courses each year. All services shall be conducted on board a cruise ship departing from either Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, or Canaveral, Florida.

Information on this opportunity and interested parties wanting to bid can be found:

Login (dhsmarketplace.com) Notice ID: 1088505 or SAM.gov | Search Notice ID: Cutover-2076

Bids and/or questions must be submitted by Dec 14, 2021 2 a.m. EST

Questions can be directed to the Primary point of contact, Ms. Keisha Pullen, email: keisha.m.pullen@uscg.mil, phone 202-475-3193


The CSNCOE is one of six nationwide national centers of expertise focusing on providing industry specific consultation and services to the Coast Guard and maritime industry. The CSNCOE, located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, is the repository of Coast Guard expertise and best practices on the FPVE program and is focused on raising the competency, capabilities, and consistency Coast Guard wide in the field of cruise ship safety, environmental, and security requirements and examinations. As the industry liaison, the CSNCOE provides training and mission support to the Coast Guard and industry alike by memorializing a blend of these mentioned activities and ensuring the lines of communication and interaction continue.

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