ALERT! FEMA solicitation- New Madrid Fault


Posted on FEMA’s website on January 20, 2011.  Does FEMA know something that we do not?  Why specifically and ONLY for a event within the New Madrid Fault?  Why has this sort of solicitation never been issued prior, say for Gulf-coast during a hurricane season…etc.?  Does the government program, H.A.A.R.P., have anything to do with this??
The post:

General Information

Notice Type:
Sources Sought
Posted Date:
January 20, 2011
Response Date:
Feb 03, 2011 11:59 pm Eastern
Archiving Policy:
Automatic, 15 days after response date
Archive Date:
February 18, 2011
Original Set Aside:
N/A
Set Aside:
N/A
Classification Code:
89 — Subsistence
NAICS Code:
#311999 — All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
Solicitation Number:
HSFEHQ-11-R-Meals
Notice Type:
Sources Sought
Synopsis
Added: Jan 20, 2011 11:54 am

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) procures and stores pre-packaged
commercial meals to support readiness capability for immediate distribution to disaster
survivors routinely.  The purpose of this Request for Information is to identify sources of
supply for meals in support of disaster relief efforts based on a catastrophic disaster event within the New Madrid Fault System for a survivor population of 7M to be utilized for the
sustainment of life during a 10-day period of operations.   FEMA is considering the following specifications (14M meals per day)
:

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