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Identifying NumberContracting AgencyContractorContract AmountContract DurationBrief Description of the Goods or Services Provided Under the Contract
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POK42127CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAdvanced Telemetry Systems$130,208.4911/24/2014The purchase will be for 600 acoustic transmitter tags.
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D1440001CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAmerican Chiller Service, Inc.$330,000.009/8/2014 -1/1/2015The unprecedented drought is causing water temperatures to rise to lethal levels at the (Interim) Salmon Conservation and Research Facility. Water chilling is required to mitigate adverse impacts to federally- and state-listed salmon held at the site.
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D1499005CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAnderson Pump Company$139,110.00One Hundred Eighty (180) Working DaysThis project is to rehabilitate wells/pumps and repair infrastructure associated with up to five (5) deep wells on the Canebrake Ecological Reserve, Kern County, CA.
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D1499006CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAnderson Pump Company$242,900.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThis project is to refurbish 14 existing low lift pumps that provide essential water to approximately 5,000 acres of wetland and wildlife habitat.
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D1499009CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAnderson Pump Company$74,600.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThis project is to refurbish three (3) existing low lift pumps that provide essential water to approximately 2,000 acres of wetland and wildlife habitat at the Mendota Wildlife Area, Fresno County, CA.
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POK42102CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAquaneering$328,947.5910/23/2014The purchase will be for re-circulation systems for five (5) hatcheries.
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POK42098CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAquaneering$599,865.6410/22/2014The purchase will be for re-circulation systems for five (5) hatcheries.
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D1499001CA Department of Fish and WildlifeBates Construction$230,400.00One Hundred Sixty (160) Working DaysPhase 1 is to provide new electrical supply to support Phase 2.
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D1499008CA Department of Fish and WildlifeBates Construction$630,000.0002/02/2015- 11/20/2015Phase 2 consisting of plumbing and electrical conduit, and installing concrete pads to support nine water recirculation systems; including, two 95% water recirculation systems, two self-contained rearing units, and five water reuse systems at the San Joaquin River Restoration Program (SJRRP) Interim (hatchery) Facility. The units are being installed to provide spring-run Chinook salmon refugia from drought-related increasing water temperatures. Each of these self-contained rearing units includes four, six-foot diameter tanks for rearing juvenile salmon.
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D1480003CA Department of Fish and WildlifeCalifornia Waterfowl Association$300,000.00CDFW Approval- 06/30/2015The contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Grizzly Island Wildlife Area. The contractor will replace three pumps and motors which are significant components of the water delivery infrastructure on the area.
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D1430047CA Department of Fish and WildlifeCalifornia Waterfowl Association$126,878.00CDFW Approval- 12/31/2015The contractor will replace existing pumps in need of replacement with highly efficient pumps at the Yolo Bypass Toe Drain.
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D1499010CA Department of Fish and WildlifeCelik Engineering Corp.$124,500.00Thirty (30) Working DaysThis project provides the necessary materials and labor to replace the main water supply that feeds wildlife drinkers and is the only source for potable water for the main headquarters building and State owned housing at Knoxville Wildlife Area, Napa County, CA.
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D1499003CA Department of Fish and WildlifeCora Constructors Inc.$459,500.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThis project is to replace an existing underground water line that is old and outdated with numerous leaks wasting valuable water.  The project will install 13,150 linear feet of new PVC water line from the Otay well site to the water storage cistern and wildlife pond.
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POK52020CA Department of Fish and WildlifeD & T Fiberglass Inc.$39,609.568/11/2015The purchase and installation will be for four (4) 15' diameter circular rearing tanks with overflow boxes.
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POK42096CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDowntown Ford Sales$158,568.7610/20/2014The purchase will be for five (5) Ford F250 4x4 Crew Cab pickup trucks.  This acquisition is critical to DRIP Project titled Central Valley Steelhead Monitoring Program - DRIP 5-21st Century Monitoring.
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D1420001CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDucks Unlimited, Inc.$655,000.0008/01/2014- 08/31/2015This contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Gray Lodge and Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Areas (WA). The contractor will install one new well and replace water conveyance infrastructure at Upper Butte Basin WA, refurbish a well at Gray Lodge WA, and install flow meters on pumps and wells at both WA's.
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D1420003CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDucks Unlimited, Inc.$120,000.00CDFW Approval- 10/31/2015This contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Gray Lodge and Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Areas (WA).  The contractor shall improve wells at Upper Butte Basin WA to provide alternative source of water, and test, evaluate, adjust, and install appropriate flow meters on both Upper Butte Basin WA and Gray Lodge WA.
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D1430022CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDucks Unlimited, Inc.$10,000,000.00CDFW Approval- 06/30/2018Work performed under this agreement will improve water supply and delivery and water use efficiency and monitoring in order to preserve wetland habitats and wildlife that reside at the site.  Contractor will provide services as part of the Hill Slough Enhancement Project which includes the following phases of work: planning and design, procurement, and construction.  In addition the contractor will provide project management services to ensure the project is executed efficiently and effectively.
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D1480001CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDucks Unlimited, Inc.$1,140,000.00CDFW Approval- 10/31/2015This contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Butte Valley, Honey Lake, Ash Creek and the North Coast Complex Wildlife Areas.  The contractor will install one new well and replace water conveyance infrastructure at Honey Lake WA, refurbish a pump at Butte Valley WA, and replace water delivery infrastructure at Fay Slough and Eel River Wildlife Areas.
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D1480002CA Department of Fish and WildlifeDucks Unlimited, Inc.$425,000.00CDFW Approval- 10/31/2015This contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Napa-Sonoma Marshes Wildlife Area.  The contractor will install pipelines to provide recycled water to wetlands, and install a water intake measurement system at an existing intake structure on the Huichica Creek Unit of the area.
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CA Department of Fish and WildlifeGolden Land Building, Inc.$129,000.00Two self-contained rescue units, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue have been purchased and will be located on the grounds of Mojave River Hatchery in San Bernardino County. This project provides the necessary electrical equipment/panels, and water supply to maintain the new rescue units 24/7.
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D1499011CA Department of Fish and WildlifeGregory Equipment, Inc. $150,000.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThis contract will improve water infrastructure and provide water to wetlands to lessen drought impacts at Mouth of Cottonwood Creek Wildlife Area, Shasta County.  The contractor will replace an existing concrete pipeline and ditch with a PVC pipeline and irrigation turnouts at Balls Ferry Units 1 and 2 of the Wildlife Area.
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BMB43654CA Department of Fish and WildlifeIntegrated Aqua Systems$673,216.698/6/2014The purchase will be for one Influent Filtration System, two UV Sterilizers, and one Chiller and PHE Recovery Equipment Package.
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P1399040CA Department of Fish and WildlifeJ.B. Travis Construction$142,418.005/5/2014 - 9/1/2014Two self-contained rescue units, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue have been purchased and will be located on the grounds of Merced River Hatchery. This project provides the necessary electrical equipment/panels, pumps, backup generator and alarms to maintain the new rescue units 24/7.
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CA Department of Fish and WildlifeJ.B. Travis Construction$79,125.00Two self-contained rescue units, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue have been purchased and will be located on the grounds of Merced River Hatchery. This project provides the necessary electrical equipment/panels, pumps, to maintain the new rescue units 24/7.
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POA42019CA Department of Fish and WildlifeKoffler Boats$42,311.7512/3/2014The purchase will be for one boat with trailer.
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D1499015CA Department of Fish and WildlifeL.O. Lynch Quality Well & Pump, Inc.$50,000.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThe contractor will replace one submersible water well pump in need of replacement at Well #1; repair five windmills at Wells #2, #3, #4, #6, #7; and install one new solar pump system on existing Well #5 at the San Felipe Valley Wildlife area in San Diego County.
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POK42085CA Department of Fish and WildlifeMagic Falley Heli-Arc Mfg$52,528.3010/14/2014The purchase will be one Fish Harvester/Dewatering.
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D1499017CA Department of Fish and WildlifeMount Shasta Electric, Inc.$15,570.001/26/2015 - 4/30/2015Two self-contained rescue units, fully equipped to maintain fish health have been purchased and will be located inside the hatchery building in Mount Shasta Hatchery in Siskiyou County. This construction project provides the necessary electrical circuits to maintain the new units 24/7.
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CA Department of Fish and WildlifeMount Shasta Electric, Inc.$8,100.00One self-contained rescue unit, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue has been purchased and will be located inside the Mount Shasta main Hatchery in Siskiyou County. This project provides the necessary electrical equipment circuits to maintain the new rescue 24/7.
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P1399038CA Department of Fish and WildlifeMy Electrician, Inc.$319,800.00Four self-contained rescue units, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue, have been purchased and will be located inside the Fillmore Hatchery in Ventura County main hatchery building. This project provides the necessary electrical equipment/panels/motors and pumps to maintain the new rescue 24/7.
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POK42339CA Department of Fish and WildlifeNetronix, Inc.$16,296.705/19/2015The purchase will be for four NEMA 4, Thiamis ICU820G, Battery 18Ah, Key Switch, Charge Controller Internal GSM and GPS antennas, IP67 Connectors, AC Power Cable, 5m, Environet Access, Unlimited REporting, Unlimited Users, Alert Notifications, Collaboration Tools Data Hosting, Communication Fees, Activation Fees.
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POK42129CA Department of Fish and WildlifeNetronix, Inc.$8,194.5512/1/2014The purchase will be for two NEMA 4, Thiamis ICU820G, Battery 18Ah, Key Switch, Charge Controller Internal GSM and GPS antennas, IP67 Connectors, AC Power Cable, 5m, Environet Access, Unlimited Reporting, Unlimited Users, Alert Notifications, Collaboration Tools Data Hosting, Communication Fees, Activation Fees.
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D1481034CA Department of Fish and WildlifeNOAA$824,051.00CDFW Approval - 2/1/2017Technical field staff and operating equipment necessary for the implementation, data collection, data analysts, expert opinions and report writing for the Central Valley Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Tag Array Feasibility Study.
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BMB43669CA Department of Fish and WildlifeNorth River Boats$88,883.8210/23/2014The purchase will be one boat with trailer.
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POA42026CA Department of Fish and WildlifeNorthwest Marine Technology$34,831.132/11/2015The purchase will be for 298,000 Coded Wire Tags (CWT).
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D1481031CA Department of Fish and WildlifePacific States Marine Fisheries Commission$3,288,037.00DGS/CDFW Approval - 6/30/2017For the Central Valley Steelhead Monitoring Plan, the Contractor, PSMFC, shall provide drought required technical personnel services and operating equipment/supplies on state owned and managed lands to implement the Central Valley Steelhead Monitoring Plan by performing and evaluating the (1) Mainstem Sacramento River Steelhead Mark-Recapture Program; (2) Sacramento River Tributary Steelhead Mark-Recapture Program; and (3) Upper Sacramento River Tributary Steelhead Escapement Abundance Monitoring Program.
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POK42139CA Department of Fish and WildlifePrecision Craft Boatworks$72,119.9512/4/2014The purchase will be for one Pontoon Boat and Trailer.
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POA52000CA Department of Fish and WildlifeQuality Water Systems$652,895.877/8/2015The purchase will be for a water filtration, UV, and egg tray distribution system.
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PO442372CA Department of Fish and WildlifeRainmaker Products, LLC$8,273.9612/30/2014Rainmaker Products, LLC will provide four Trough 250s and eight Drinker 110 units. Both systems are UV and freeze tolerant polyethylene molded Wildlife Guzzlers that include plumbing, a 3/4" PVC float valve, stainless steel fittings, a 38 degree wildlife escape/entrance ramp and 4" poly float.  This is the only company that makes this specific type of wildlife guzzler.
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POK52062CA Department of Fish and WildlifeRedd Zone, LLC$102,507.009/18/2015The purchase will be for twelve Double Chamber Chilled Fog Incubators.
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P1399041CA Department of Fish and WildlifeS&B James Construction$22,270.00One self-contained rescue unit, fully equipped to maintain fish health after the rescue has been purchased and will be located inside the Iron Gate main Hatchery in Siskiyou County. This construction project provides the necessary electrical equipment circuits to maintain the new rescue 24/7.
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D1499004CA Department of Fish and WildlifeSullivan Solar Power$136,233.00One Hundred (100) Working DaysThis project is to install solar array and related equipment to operate a PV system which will tie into an electrical meter at the Tamarisk Well. The well provides essential water for wildlife ponds.
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PO242471CA Department of Fish and WildlifeSWECO Products, Inc.$33,351.8812/29/2014The SWECO Laser Scraper will be used by Department staff to perform work to lessen drought impacts at Gray Lodge Wildlife Area. Department staff will purchase and operate the equipment to contour and restore fields to enhance wetlands and the wildlife they support.
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POA42017CA Department of Fish and WildlifeTeknologic$18,371.7312/1/2014The purchase will be for two JSATS cabled autonomous receiver, Custom Underwater Cable, 3 Y configuration, 175', Male Dummy Plug and Locking Sleeves for MCIL8F Female Connector (3/cable), AR Data Extraction Adapter Powered with Software for Data Extraction and Receiver Set Up Via USB.
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D1460001CA Department of Fish and WildlifeUS Forest Service$50,000.0011/1/2014 - 6/30/2016The contract will perform the design and implement the work to restore creek and meadow habitat at Burcham Wheeler Wildlife Area and adjacent lands of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The restoration will improve water quality and availability in the creek and meadow systems, and lessen the impacts of drought to the wildlife they support.
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D1430011CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWarren E. Gomes Excavating, Inc.$412,195.00Three Hundred and Sixty-Five Working DaysWork performed under this agreement will improve water supply and delivery and water use efficiency and monitoring in order to preserve wetland habitats and wildlife that reside at the site.  Contractor will provide services as part of the Lindsey Slough Enhancement Project which includes the following phases of work: mobilization, demolition, earthwork and seeding.
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D1499007CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWest Construction$873,977.009/29/2014 - 9/10/2015Water temperatures to the hatchery building are too high for successful hatching and rearing of Lahontan Cutthroat Trout which are part of the heritage trout program.  Water profiles provided by the USBR forecast temperatures too warm for successful hatching and rearing of Chinook salmon this November/December. To address and solve these problems, a chilled and disinfected water supply to the hatchery building is needed. Cooler water will ensure successful hatching and rearing of young fish which will be transferred to non-treated water once winter temperatures arrive and cool water is available for normal fish culture. Additionally, this contract responds to drought conditions through habitat restoration and/or through water infrastructure projects for the benefit of fish and wildlife impacted by the American River Trout Hatchery in Sacramento County. This contract includes underground piping, concrete and chain link fencing required for this project. In addition shade structures are required to protect the outdoor fish tank from the intense sun and also to protect the valuable equipment.
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D1499002CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWest Construction$75,000.007/25/2014 - 9/30/2014The Giant Garter Snakes (GGS) inhabiting Snake Marsh at Cosumnes River Ecological Reserve in Sacramento County are recognized as a very important population of the State due to the relatively large number of individuals present and because it is a genetically unique breeding population. The GGS is also listed as a State and Federal threatened species. This project provides the necessary repairs to upgrade the well's electrical service, install new irrigation pipe and valve, weir boxes, culverts and ditch improvements to efficiently convey water to the marsh to benefit the snakes.
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BMB43655CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWest Mark$184,831.048/6/2014The purchase will be for two 2800 gallon NON-CODE live fish haul single axle semi trailers.
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POK42097CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWinner Chevrolet$77,266.6510/22/2014The purchase will be for two Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD SUVs.
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PO442631CA Department of Fish and WildlifeWondries Fleet Group$130,542.004/10/2015This purchase will provide two 2016 Ford 550 trucks with flat-bed mounted tanks that will be dedicated to fish transport to help manage river restoration and reintroduced salmon populations by facilitating the Department's ability to transport broodstock between fish rearing facilities and around unsuitable river reaches, conduct fish rescue and trap-and-haul operations, and continued reintroduction of spring- and fall-run Chinook salmon to the San Joaquin River.
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D1499023CA Department of Fish and WildlifeAquaneering, Inc.$98,503.006/12/2015 - 5/31/2016This project will supply the chilling equipment necessary to upgrade the existing water supply system at the Nimbus Hatchery. The project will analyze, design, and supply major mechanical components for chilling of the water supply to the Hat 2 Building. CDFW has determined that it is necessary to commence work immediately and that the contract is exempt from Government Code and Public Contract Code applicable to state contract.
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D1599005CA Department of Fish and WildlifeHDR Engineering, Inc.$800,000.00CDFW Approval - 10/28/2016CDFW is implementing this project in response to drought conditions which are impacting fish at the Nimbus Fish Hatchery. This project will supply the Nimbus Fish Hatchery with the professional engineering and design consultants necessary to upgrade the existing water supply systems with chillers, filtration and UV systems. The contract is exempt from the Government Code and the Public Contract Code applicable to State contracts.
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CA Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentYolo County Housing Authority$150,000.00Relocation and rental assistance to persons and households affected by the drought. Funding will allow the contractor to carry out program activities to eligible households whose current residence lacks reasonable access to potable water resulting from the drought. The contract will provide assistance with relocation costs to a new unit with a permanent water source, locating a replacement unit that meets housing habitability standards and temporary rental assistance at the new unit.
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CA Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentFresno Housing Authority$250,000.00Relocation and rental assistance to persons and households.
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CA Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentKings Community Action Organization$150,000.00Relocation and rental assistance to persons and households.
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CA Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentHousing Authority of Tulare County$1,000,000.00HCD Approval - 12/31/2017Relocation and rental assistance to persons and households affected by the drought. Funding will allow the contractor to carry out program activities to eligible households whose current residence lacks reasonable access to potable water resulting from the drought. The contract will provide assistance with relocation costs to a new unit with a permanent water source, locating a replacement unit that meets housing habitability standards and temporary rental assistance at the new unit.
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CA Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentCounty of Tuolumne Community Resources Agency$150,000.00Relocation and rental assistance to persons and households affected by the drought. Funding will allow the contractor to carry out program activities to eligible households whose current residence lacks reasonable access to potable water resulting from the drought. The contract will provide assistance with relocation costs to a new unit with a permanent water source, locating a replacement unit that meets housing habitability standards and temporary rental assistance at the new unit.
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7CA02490CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionAeroAir$7,355,328.0006/15/2014 - 12/31/2015This agreement allows the vendor to continue to operate an exclusive-use Large Air Tanker (LAT) to place and drop fire retardant products on fire incidents as necessary during emergency operations throughout the State of California. The LAT will be used to supplement CAL FIRE's existing air tanker fleet on fires and will also fill in the predicted gaps in availability while individual tankers are in for maintenance.
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7CA76884CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionDynCorp$8,500,000.00The contractor currently provides the necessary personnel to operate and maintain CAL FIRE's aircraft under the general direction of CAL FIRE Officers at the Aviation Management Unit (AMU). The existing contractor provides fixed wing pilots and aviation mechanics and component personnel. The current work force consists of 131 personnel, of which 52 are pilots and 79 maintenance personnel. The current contractor provides staff for tactical airplanes, maintenance, and components staff to perform the aerospace maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification, and manufacturing on airframes, engines, propellers, helicopter rotating components, and various aircraft parts and components.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionGranite Construction$82,080.00The project will provide water reclamation at CAL FIRE's Academy grounds in Ione, CA by grading and paving, which includes the main street with all props and drill towers.
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7CA01893CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionLogistics Specialties, Inc. (LSI)$2,100,000.00This amends an existing Agreement with LSI. Currently, LSI is responsible for assessing needs, acquiring, storing, and distributing aircraft parts and components in the support of the CAL FIRE's aviation maintenance operations. Contractor will provide necessary personnel to support the operation and maintenance of the Aviation Management Unit fleet of aircraft.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionPro Prose$5,432,000.0006/15/2015 - 6/30/2017This contract will allow the vendor to continue to provide materials, labor, equipment, tools, permits, taxes, and fees to expand a mass media fire prevention and public education campaign to help increase the public's awareness of its responsibilities in reducing wildfire hazards, preventing wildfires, and promoting the need for defensible space and wildfire preparedness in order to protect the citizens of CA and the states natural resources. The amended contract will continue to enhance existing fire preparedness and fire prevention campaigns ("Ready for Wildfire - Read, Set GO /One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire") in order to meet the increase in wildfires due to historic drought conditions.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionSEI International$1,525,454.00This request is for a new contract that will allow CAL FIRE to procure $1,525,454 of goods to address firefighting water supply shortages brought on by the ongoing drought. The necessary goods include helicopter wildland firefighting water buckets, portable water-dipping tanks with necessary accessories, and transport equipment to allow the equipment to be used during firefighting operations. The contractor would provide all materials, equipment, and tools.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionWater ProjectsVariousCAL FIRE will need to procure and contract $222,982 of goods and services to address its water shortages. There are 28 projects that will vary in scope, and range from well drilling, increasing water storage, improving water treatment, connecting to an available municipal system, and replacing aged water lines. The vendors/contractors would provide all materials, labor, equipment, tools, licenses, permits, services, taxes and fees.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionWater Systems ImprovementsVariousCAL FIRE will need to procure and contract $775,000 of goods and services to address its water shortages. The projects will vary in scope, and range from well drilling, increasing water storage, improving water treatment, connecting to an available municipal system, and replacing aged water lines. The vendors/contractors would provide all materials, labor, equipment, tools, licenses, permits, services, taxes, and fees.
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CA Department of Forestry and Fire ProtectionAssociation of California Water Agencies (ACWA)$7,022,451.20The Association of California Water Agencies will continue to promote the "Save Our Water" Campaign to make all Californians aware of the critical drought and encourage personal action to reduce water usage as the drought runs into its fourth consecutive year.
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DWR-26CA Department of Water ResourcesAssociation of California Water Agencies (ACWA)$11,022,451.20The Association of California Water Agencies will continue to promote the "Save Our Water" Campaign to make all Californians aware of the critical drought and encourage personal action to reduce water usage as the drought runs into its fourth consecutive year.
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DWR-20CA Department of Water ResourcesCalifornia Native Grasslands Association$86,531.00California Native Grasslands Association will produce four workshops and share its specialized technical expertise to help California's urban water suppliers to create private yard low-water landscapes. These workshops will follow the same general format, with morning presentations and afternoon field tours. The morning presentations will be organized to more closely resemble the booklet outline, including the following presentations: a welcome presentation delineating the benefits of converting one's lawn; site inventory, design and planning; plant selection, location and irrigation; lawn removal methods; and watering and long-term care.
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DWR-17CA Department of Water ResourcesCA-NV AWWA$130,400.00The California-Nevada Section, American Water Works Association (CA-NV AWWA) will develop and initiate a comprehensive statewide water loss control program. The program will provide: 1) training for water utilities on system water auditing and loss control; 2) training on water system leak detection methods; 3) technical assistance on water audit review and improvement, leak detection, and meter testing; and 4) project management for a coherent and cohesive statewide water loss control program.
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DWR-7 (DWR #4600010741)CA Department of Water ResourcesCA Rural Water Authority$100,000.00CRWA will provide on-site technical assistance to "targeted small water systems" anywhere in CA that are facing water shortage or the imminent threat of water shortage due to drought. For purposes of this Agreement, "targeted small water systems" falls into one of two categories: a) community water system serving less than 3,000 people or with less than 3,000 connections, or b) a group of residences presently served by private wells whose owners are attempting to form a community water system as described in a).
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DWR-11CA Department of Water ResourcesCA Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC)$110,800.00The CUWCC will administer up to fifty workshops open to the public statewide. The workshops will be organized by local water suppliers or non-profits partnering with local water suppliers. CUWCC will market the workshops then receive applications from water suppliers or non-profits organizations. Once the workshop has been held, CUWCC will reimburse the water supplier or non-profit no more than $2000.00 per workshop.
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DWR-23CA Department of Water ResourcesEcoInteractive, Inc.$225,000.00Under this contract, EcoInteractive, Inc. will provide web-driven software for enterprise data management solutions, web GIS tools and business-to-government data exchanges related to the Agricultural and Urban Water Management Programs. EcoInteractive, Inc. will share its specialized technical expertise in providing state government Software-As-A-Service assistance for environmental data, documents and regulatory processes to assist the Water Use and Efficiency Branch to accept, review and compile data.
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DWR-16CA Department of Water ResourcesElectronic Data Solutions$44,452.20Three Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) and related vented pressure transducers are required to establish new flow monitoring stations in the north Delta. The ADCPs measure water velocities and direction. The pressure sensors measure water level changes above them. An ADCP and pressure sensor will be used at each new site to calculate flow. Every 15 minutes, data will be sent to a polling server and the California Data Exchange Center for viewing in near real-time via the internet.
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DWR-12CA Department of Water ResourcesGreen Gardens Group (G3)$22,500.00G3 is an environmental education company with extensive experience in educating the public about water efficient landscaping and rainwater capture and reuse. G3 will customize their curriculum for regions of CA that have not been able to access G3 workshops. G3 will provide instruction at ten locations in partnership with local water suppliers.
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DWR-32CA Department of Water ResourcesLand IQ$380,832.00Land IQ will produce land cover mapping for two consecutive years within the legal and Delta Service area of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, as well as potential and actual evapotranspiration assessments to assist DWR and other resource agencies in critical water resource planning and management efforts in this region. Deliverables will include a report, supporting digitized data and GIS viewable imagery, and sharing of specialized technical expertise.
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DWR-6CA Department of Water ResourcesNatoma Technologies, Inc.$529,863.20The contract will result in an on-line system for the submission of Well Completion Reports (WCR) that will provide the capability to capture all data on the forms in an electronic format. It will also integrate 5 independent databases from around the Department into one comprehensive share repository, encompassing all the State's WCRs and linking legacy database information to scanned WCR images. A common, web-accessible user interface will be implemented to allow for search and retrieval of key data elements that are of primary interest to scientists and researchers in evaluating groundwater conditions.
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DWR-10CA Department of Water ResourcesNatoma Technologies, Inc.Not to exceed $600,000.00The contract will engage consulting resources to enhance the current California Statewide Groundwater Monitoring (CASGEM) online system by providing software programming services to implement the highest priority groundwater program enhancements that are also consistent with the new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (Assembly Bill 1739 and Senate Bills 1168 and 1319), as well as increase functional capacity, simplify application administration for program staff, and improve the user experience when interacting with the CASGEM system.
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DWR-9CA Department of Water ResourcesPeterson Power Systems$410,000.00Contractor will rent to the Department of Water Resources (DWR) a 500-ton, air-cooled water chiller for the Feather River Fish Hatchery which will cool and maintain the water to the levels required to support egg life (51-60 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the month.)
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DWR-13CA Department of Water ResourcesSan Rafael Rock Quarry Inc.$12,819,000.00Construct Rock Barrier at False River. Barrier construction include embankment rock to form embankments of barrier, aggregate base materials, whaler and attachment between the king pipe piles and sheet piles with appurtenant warning signs, warning buoys, ball floats, and lights at the barrier site.
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39405WRCB-23CA Department of Water ResourcesSumedha Global Computing$250,000.00The State Water Resources Control Board Division of Water Rights is responsible for establishing and maintaining a system of water rights to best develop and conserve state water resources while protecting vested rights, water quality, and the environment. The electronic Water Rights Information Management System is a database built to improve the State Water Board's ability to manage and monitor water rights applications, permits and licenses, statements of diversion and use, violation and enforcement actions, and provide useful reports for the State Water Board and the public. Specifically, the services requested include system enhancements, maintenance and support, and knowledge transfer and mentoring.
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DWR-19CA Department of Water ResourcesSyTech Incorporated$290,000.00This contract will result in acquisition of critical data contained on paper copies of Well Completion Reports (WCR) that have been filed with DWR Region Offices. The data to be captured is a subset of the data contained on the WCR forms deemed to be most critical to understand drilling trends over time, and will enable DWR to improve its understanding of current drilling trends in the context of historical droughts as well as provide better outreach to local agencies, the public drillers, and the media. Data for some 231,000 well completion reports will be captured by October 15, 2015. The captured data will be integrated into the Online System for Well Completion Reports project, which is currently under development.
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DWR-18CA Department of Water ResourcesTri-C Machine Corp$18,000.00Fabrication of three aluminum mounting frames, twelve steel mounting brackets, and twelve stainless steel brackets are required to establish six new water quality monitoring stations in the central and western Delta. Tri-C Machine Corp will purchase the necessary materials to then cut, bend and weld the mounting framework to our specifications. The brackets and mounting frames are needed to attached telemetry and water quality instrumentation (YSI sondes) to steel piles. YSI sondes measure an array of water quality constituents, and the telemetry equipment will enable the data from the sondes to be transmitted to the California Data Exchange Network (CDEC). Data from these instruments will be collected every 15 minutes and will be telemetered to our polling server and to CDEC for viewing in near real-time on the internet.
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3940 SWRCB-24CA Department of Water ResourcesUC Davis Center of Watershed Science$200,000.00This study will help provide valuable information that is needed when allocating water during a critically dry (drought) year. The information from this study will help water managers within the State Board and other agencies make best management practice decisions during dry years if they fully understand how much water is consumed within the Legal Delta Region.  This scope of work has three components: 1) field campaign, 2) comparison of consumptive use estimation/measurement methods and their results for the Legal Delta, and 3) development of a consumptive use report and its technical review and outreach. These results will provide more definitive crop direct evaporation and plant transpiration (ET) estimates for agricultural crops grown in the Legal Delta. Crop ET results will support a variety of state and local agencies in wateruse and management. While some crop (ET) and crop coefficient information is available for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Legal Delta, the data is minimal and outdated, therefore there is little or no spatial information on these variables across the Legal Delta. In addition, there are insufficient California Irrigation Management Information System(CIMIS) stations managed by DWR centrally located in the Legal Delta, and it is well known that wind speed (a critical variable controlling ET) varies dramatically across the Legal Delta and its spatial variability is not well quantified. Adding more CIMIS stations and running a regional model will better quantify the wind flow and spatial/temporal variability of reference ET in the Legal Delta. In the long-term, a well calibrated microscale flux model embedded in mesoscale and synoptic scale meteorological models for estimating energy and water fluxes would provide the best information to inform water managers/operators within and outside of the Legal Delta.
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DWR-1CA Department of Water ResourcesURS Corporation Americas$500,000.00The Contractor will provide qualified divers and equipment to perform commercial surface-supplied air (SSA) diving services on an on-call, as-needed basis. Diving services will include underwater surveys and inspections; detection and removal of Quagga mussels and other invasive aquatic species; removal of loose rock, sediment, and other debris; salvage operations; grouting; minor maintenance and light construction for various DWR facilities throughout California, including, but not limited to the SWP. Work sites may include, but are not limited to lined and unlined canals, reservoirs, rivers, in and around pumping and generating plants, trash racks, valves, and gates.
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DWR-21CA Department of Water ResourcesThe Water Education Foundation$146,015.00Hold workshops for local water agencies/water users on targeted topics related to state drought response actions, organize a drought impacts tour, and prepare publications as follow-ups to specified outreach events. Also prepare a web-based drought FAQ publication for response to general public questions, building on existing available information.
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DWR-2CA Department of Water ResourcesYSI Inc.$109,908.74This request is for six YSI EX02 multi-parameter water quality instruments and associated water quality sensors that will collect and transmit vital water quality data to DWR Staff.
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3940SWRCB - 15CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisChico State University Research Foundation (CSUCRF)$1,881,116.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP. CSUCRF provides laboratory taxonomy identification of benthic macroinvertebrates and diatom taxonomy identification of algae. CSUCRF will also provide data analysis and reporting on biological condition assessments, land use patterns, characterization of reference condition, and interpretative reports. All laboratory results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network database to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB - 18CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$750,780.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP. UCD-ATL provides laboratory analyses of water for toxicity using Ceriodaphnia, Hyalella, Pimephales, and Selenastrum. UCD-ATL will also perform Toxicity Identification Evaluation as requested. All laboratory results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB - 19CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisThe Regents of the University of California, Davis$1,451,226.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP. UCD-GC provides laboratory analyses of water and sediment for toxicity using Atherinops,Ceriodaphnia, Eohaustorius, Hyalella, Mytilus, Pimephales, and Selenastrum. UCD-GC will also perform Toxicity Identification Evaluation as requested. UCD-GC will implement the Stream Pollution Trend Monitoring Program to measure trends in contaminants and their effects and link these trends to changes in land use and resource management activity. All field results and laboratory results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB - 20CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisCSU Long Beach Research Foundation$320,903.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP. CSULB provides laboratory analyses of water and sediment for a suite of total and dissolved metals, nutrients, conventional chemistry, and sediment grain size.  CSULB provides field services for collection of stream biota and habitat data.  CSULB will also provide data analysis and reporting on biological condition assessments and hydromodification screening analysis. All field results and laboratory results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-13CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisSan Jose State University Research Foundation$2,357,742.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP through services provided by the Marine Pollution Studies Laboratory (MPSL) under the San Jose State University Research Foundation (SJSURF). MPSL provides laboratory analyses of water, sediment, and tissue for a suite of total and dissolved metals, mercury, salts, and conventional chemistry. The MPSL provides field services for fish collections, stream biota, wetlands, and trash assessments. All laboratory and field results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-14CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisSan Jose State University Research Foundation$2,389,715.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, field equipment and data reporting services to support SWAMP through services provided by the Moss Landing Marine Laboratory (MLML) under the San Jose State University Research Foundation (SJSURF). MLML provides field services for fish collections, stream biology samples, sediment sample collections, field multi-parameter equipment, and logistical coordination at regional level. MLML will also provide consultation on data tools for bioassessment, debris collection template, and historical SWAMP data. All laboratory and field results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-12CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisSan Jose State University Research Foundation$2,671,300.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide laboratory analysis and data reporting services to support SWAMP through services provided by Water Pollution Control Laboratory (WPCL) under the San Jose State University Research Foundation (SJSURF). WPCL provides laboratory analyses of water, sediment, and tissue for a suite of pesticides, PCBs, PBDEs, VOCs, cyanotoxins, fungicides, neonicotinoids, nutrients, and conventional chemistry. All laboratory and field results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-22CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisSan Francisco Estuary Institute$595,000.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide data reporting services to support SWAMP. SFEI will support the Bioaccumulation Monitoring Program (BOG) and the cyanobacterial (algal toxin) monitoring program. SFEI will provide consultation services for: field sampling procedures and health and safety plan, satellite imaging to detect cyanobacteria-related harmful algal blooms (HABs); and maintain the CyanoHAB database, website and reporting.  All laboratory and field results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-21CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisSouthern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP)$1,692,184.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide field sample collection, laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to SWAMP. SCCWRP will provide consultation services for: contaminants of emerging concern, casual (stressor) assessment, hydromodification tool development, cyanotoxin monitoring, non-perennial and ephemeral stream mapping, monitoring and assessment facilitation, San Diego Bay Fish Consumption Survey, episodic streams assessment, develop interpretive tool for algae, and the support for the California National Coastal Condition Assessment Database. All laboratory and field results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-17CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Information Management and AnalysisUniversity Auxiliary & Research Services Corporation (UARSC)$759,347.00This is one of 11 interrelated contracts to implement the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). SWAMP conducts field surveys of streams, rivers, and lakes to identify problems and protect human and environmental health. This contract will provide laboratory analysis, and data reporting services to support SWAMP. UARSC provides laboratory soft algae and diatom taxonomy identification. USARC is the lead of the statewide Algae Taxonomy Group which develops online taxonomic identification tools for soft-bodied algae and diatoms and information on species traits. UARSC will update the taxonomic master lists for soft-bodied algae and diatoms for the SWAMP database and will perform taxonomic harmonization of algae datasets within the state. All laboratory results and quality control results will be entered into Excel data templates or entry database for quicker upload to the SWAMP database which will then be available in the California Environmental Data Exchange Network data to scientists and the public. The data in both databases will be evaluated against human health, wildlife, and aquatic life criterion.
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3940SWRCB-8CA State Water Resources Control Board Office of Research, Planning & PerformanceConsensus Building Institute$100,000.00The Consensus Building Institute will develop regional workshops and provide facilitation services to assist disadvantaged and environmental justice communities affected by the current drought (and susceptible to future droughts) in the implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
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