Elevated Skin Temperature (EST) Screening Capability Assessment
Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM), in response to the need to adjust to new procedures in a COVID19 environment, is conducting an industry assessment of the ability to measure elevated skin temperature of individuals entering facilities on Marine Corp Installations. A vendor demonstration and assessment of the FLIR A700 system capabilities is underway.
This assessment will test a critical and urgent capability needed to protect the lives of installation tenants and families which is the temperature screening of personnel upon entry to a facility. Per guidance provided by the CDC, those who have fever (100.4 F or above) or other signs of illness under the 42 Code of Federal Regulations parts 70/71 Final Rule, should not be admitted to the facility in efforts to mitigate the risk of potential COVID-19 resurgence. This assessment will be to test the below critical operational issues.
Critical Operational Issues that Have Been Identified:
- The screening process – for those being screened – is easy to use.
- The screening process – for those conducting the screening – is easy to use.
- The technology detects “warm” bodies (above 100.4 F) more accurately than through a manual screening process.
- Use of the capability cost as compared to sustaining a manual screening process.
- Use of the capability results in reduced time spent –by those conducting screenings – for the screening process.
- Use of the capability results in an increased feeling of “safety” and “trust” for those being screened.
- Use of the capability results in an increased feeling of “safety” and “trust” for those conducting screenings.
- Product Service Code: B546 – SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- SECURITY (PHYSICAL/PERSONAL)
- NAICS Code: 334519 – Other Measuring and Controlling Device Manufacturing
- Place of Performance:Washington , DC 20350 USA
To respond to this RFI, please send your information via e-mail to I-neXt_G7@usmc.mil. The due date for responses to this RFI is 1700 EST on 23 October 2020.
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