VA Seeks LED Display Monitor Installation

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The West Palm Beach Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Center, located at 7305 N. Military Trail, released on Tuesday, June 13 a presolicitation notice in which it spelled out its plans to issue a contract to a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) to provide it with 40 LED display monitors.

The LED display monitors must meet the following specifications:


  • 40-inch direct lit LED display
  • 1080P (1920 x1080) native resolution, contrast ratio 5000:1
  • Minimum 60Hz refresh rate
  • Built-in speakers (10Wx10W)
  • Built-in MagicInfo Player S3
  • 1GHz quad core CPU
  • Video decoder MPeG-1/2, H.264/AVC (Dual) VC-1, JPEG, PNG, VP8, Audio DSP (Decoder) AC3 (DD), MPEG, and DTS
    24/7 operability
  • Built-in Wifi
  • RS232C in, RS232C Out, IR/Ambient Sensor IN,
  • RGB/DVI/HDMI/AV/Component/Audio In, Audio Out, SD Card, USB, DVI/Magicinfo In, DP in, HDMI x2, RGB In, DP Out, AV In, IR Out, RJ45
  • Black and bezel

The contractor who receives the contract – if the VA releases an official solicitation – must provide installation, set-up, and training regarding the removal and replacement of the monitors for access and repairs. Training also must cover capabilities, limitations, and special applications of equipment; basic operating and safety procedures; emergency procedures if failure occurs; and maintenance responsibilities.

The VA intends to issue a fixed-price service contract.

The relevant NAICS code is 334220, and the size standard is 1,250 employees.

For more information, e-mail Kari Jeanlouis-Haliburton at

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