Current Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Requests for Qualifications, or Requests for Quotes (RFOs), and/or Invitation to Bidders
The above file contains a brief introduction to Crane, its facilities, staff, branches, and the economic impact of the operations upon the surrounding counties.
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
Radius Indiana, acting in its capacity as Program Manager for the Indiana Office of Defense Development, is accepting proposals to develop and implement a communication and outreach plan in collaboration with the White River Military Coordination Alliance. The goal is to improve the nearby public’s understanding and awareness of NSA Crane and Lake Glendora Test Facility, enhancing the strategic value of the installation within the community.
Radius Indiana acting in its capacity as Program Manager for the Indiana Office of Defense Development is accepting proposals to establish a baseline inventory of all properties and land use characteristics within a buffer zone defined as a three-mile perimeter of Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane and Lake Glendora Test Facility (LGTF), and then to carry out research and identification of funding sources that can be utilized to implement voluntary encroachment safeguards via easements, purchase of development rights, acquisition and other voluntary land use controls.
QUESTIONS AND RESPONSES
“The Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a collaborative planning effort between southwest Indiana jurisdictions and NSA Crane and its Lake Glendora Test Facility (LGTF). These jurisdictions include Daviess County, Greene County, Lawrence County, Martin County, and Sullivan County, and the incorporated and unincorporated communities within them. An organized communication effort between these jurisdictions, NSA Crane, the LGTF, and other stakeholder entities that own or manage land or resources in the region is needed to ensure that future growth around in the installation is coordinated and compatible with current and future military operations.”
The White River Military Alliance is a regional group working to improve communications and build relationships between the communities and Crane, and focusing on solving problems of mutual interest. The Alliance is comprised of state and local government representatives, regional and local economic development officials and Crane representatives. It will help provide an opportunity for collaboration across boundaries, improve awareness of local planning structures, resources, and knowledge, and create greater public awareness of the Crane military mission.