Under Contract

The Interior Department awarded a $9,060 contract to a company called Quality Lawn Care in De Queen, Ark., to provide “grounds maintenance services” for former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonWith Ryan out, let’s blow up the process for selecting the next Speaker When Barbara Bush praised Bill Clinton, and Clinton praised the man she loved Meet the Democratic sleeper candidate gunning for Senate in Nebraska MORE’s childhood home in Hope, Ark., according to contract documents. The residence, where Clinton was born in 1946 and lived until he was 4, has been designated as a national historic site that is maintained by the National Park Service. It offers guided tours and features other National Park Service events.

The Department of Health and Human Services purchased $1,602,881 worth of flu vaccines from Seqirus USA for a program that supports “government entities throughout the world.” The contract calls for more than 8,500 vials containing multi-doses of the vaccine and 5,550 packages of pre-filled syringes. 

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is shelling out $70,766 for “video walls,” according to the government’s contracting website. The DEA is purchasing six 55-inch wall panels, four 46-inch wall panels and an eight-hour installation and training session for “light tunnel video wall,” in addition to accessories and mounts for the panels. Van Cleve & Associates won the contract.  

•A company called Seven Trees, located in Spanish Fork, Utah, won a $33,000 contract to help the National Park Service with a program to find and remove “hazardous” trees in Dinosaur National Monument, which stretches from Utah to Colorado. “The attitude when inspecting a tree must be: Can this tree be reasonably retained as a vital component of the natural system?” the National Park Service says on its website. “If not, should the tree be removed? The action to be taken should result from an evaluation of the tree as a functional and aesthetic component of the landscape, in addition to its potential hazard.”

Contract information compiled from General Services Administration data and government press releases. Send announcements about government contracts to mwilson@thehill.com.