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Imminent Emergency? FEMA Makes “Urgent Requirement” Request for Five Million Bottles Of Water

by Daisy Luther, SHTFPlan:

Sometimes, we can get a hint of things that are to come by watching what the government is doing to prepare. After all, their intel is way better than ours, and they do have a tendency to keep secrets.  Of special interest to anyone who like to don the tinfoil and try to figure out what may be coming down the pipe are the actions of FEMA, the agency which is in charge of “managing” emergencies here in the US.

So when they place a large order for something that they want absolutely immediately, I pay attention.

A few days ago, FEMA put out a solicitation for 5 million bottles of water, to be delivered within 2 days. It said they had an “urgent requirement” for this water.

From Fedbizopps:

Bottled Water
Solicitation Number: HSFE70-16-Q-0034
Agency: Department of Homeland Security
Office: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Location: Response Branch
Solicitation Number:
Notice Type:
Combined Synopsis/Solicitation
Added: Aug 24, 2016 8:16 pm

FEMA has an Urgent requirement for bottled water.

Quantity up to 5,000,000

Bottled Water must be delivered in 1/2 or 1 liter bottles only

All Trailers are required to be dropped at delivery location for up to 30 days

All bottled water must be received by Friday, August 26, 2016
Delivery Hours 1300 – 2000

Delivery Location

ISB Maxwell AFB
55 Lemay Plaza
Montgomery, AL 36112

That sounds like a heck of an emergency, and one that might be approaching quite rapidly. Soliciting a supplier to deliver 5 million bottles of water with 48 hours notice doesn’t seem to be the normal way of doing business for FEMA, does it?

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