Special Operations Vehicle – Tango Unit RFQ
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC), on behalf of Boston Emergency Medical Services (EMS), is soliciting quotes from qualified vendors to provide a response vehicle for Boston EMS Special Operations. Vendor must have capability to provide a vehicle that meets the specifications stipulated in this RFQ. Vendor must also be able to provide all necessary user training for immediate use of the Special Operations response vehicle.
Boston EMS responds to over 125,000 incidents per year resulting in more than 85,000 transports, making it the largest municipal EMS provider in New England and one of the busiest EMS services in the country. The department employs over 350 EMTs and Paramedics, in addition to Supervisory, Command, and Support personnel, for a total of 423 uniformed members and an additional 27 non-uniformed administrative and support services personnel.
The Special Operations Division is integral to Boston EMS’s emergency preparedness and response posture. The Special Operations response vehicle bolsters the department’s capability to respond to complex incidents as well as mass casualty incidents.
- Posted 02/15/2023 - 12:00pm
- Closed 03/31/2023 - 5:00pm
- Type Paper
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