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Y--Keokuk 500 Niche Columbarium

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Construction Support Division | Published April 19, 2017
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THIS PROCUREMENT IS A 100% SET-ASIDE FOR SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS (SDVOSB) FIRMS. The Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), National Cemetery Administration (NCA), Contracting Service Office - Washington, DC, 425 I. Street, NW, is issuing this pre-solicitation notice for Keokuk National Cemetery, in Keokuk IA under Solicitation Number VA786A-17-R-0050. DVA anticipates issuing a solicitation for this requirement on or about May 19, 2017. Interested contractors will be responsible for downloading copies of the solicitation package, drawings, specifications and subsequent amendments. The Government will not provide paper copies of the solicitation. The solicitation will be issued pursuant to the authority of Public Law 109-461, 38 U.S.C. 8127 and 8128. Telephone, written, facsimile, or e-mail requests for the solicitation will NOT be honored. The solicitation will provide instructions about the RFP submission process. NCA intends to conduct this acquisition in accordance with Subpart 36.3, Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures. Proposals will be evaluated using the Best Value Continuum process in accordance with FAR 15.101-1 Best Value Tradeoff . The top three (3) scores will be determined as the most highly qualified Design-Build (DB) firms and will be short-listed to participate in Phase Two of the Design-Build selection process. In Phase 2, short-listed Offerors will be asked to submit both one technical and one price proposal based upon the evaluation factors identified in the RFP. The technical and price proposal shall be submitted separately. SOLICITATION RELEASE: NCA anticipates the Phase I solicitation will be issued on or about May 19, 2017. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA,) National Cemetery Administration (NCA) reserves the right to use only FBO, via the internet, to provide notification of any amendments to this RFP. By registering at FedBizOpps (http://www.fbo.gov) Offerors will have access to downloading plans, specifications and amendments, which will be available only in Adobe PDF electronic format. It is the Contractor's responsibility to view the FBO website daily as no other notification of amendments will be provided. The Offeror's must be listed in the Vendor Information Pages at www.vetbiz.gov and currently registered in the System for Award Management, www.sam.gov. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Contractor shall provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision and design-build services necessary for design and construction of 500 pre-cast concrete Columbarium Wall Units. The Design-Build A/E shall provide access road (approximately 100 linear feet) and pull-off area opportunity to the columbarium as required based on the site condition. The marble niche covers to be government-furnished but shall be installed by the contractor. The project will also include, but not limited to structural (foundation, pilasters and sidewalk), landscape architecture and civil (erosion and sediment control, landscaping (sod and trees plantings), grading, site furnishings, irrigation and drainage, parking pull off pavement improvements in front of columbarium, sidewalk plazas within the columbarium, water fountain, etc). MAGNITUDE OF CONSTRUCTION: Between $500,000 and $1,000,000. CONTRACT DURATION: Performance period for this requirement is Four Hundred Eighty (480) Calendar Days from date of receipt of the Notice to Proceed. NAICS Code is 237990 for Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction with a Small Business Size Standard of $36.5M. In accordance with FAR 52.204-7 and VAARS 804.1102 to be eligible for award prospective contractors must be registered in both System for Award Management (SAM) at https://www.sam.gov and in the VIP database, available at http://www.vip.vetbiz.gov Registration is free, however, processing time, should be taken into consideration when registering. Offerors who are not registered should consider applying for registration immediately upon receipt of this solicitation. The Contracting Specialist for this procurement is Elizabeth Monohan, (202) 632-5861, email: elizabeth.monohan@va.gov . In the subject line of any e-mail sent, identify: KEOKUK NATIONAL CEMETERY VA786A-17-R-0050. All interested contractors must ensure that their firms have the ability to provide a bid guarantee and 100% Performance and Payment Bonds.

Y--Canteen Renovations

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Capitol Network Acquisition Center | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
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FedBizOpps Presolicitation Notice * * * * * * * CLASSIFICATION CODE SUBJECT CONTRACTING OFFICE'S ZIP-CODE SOLICITATION NUMBER RESPONSE DATE (MM-DD-YYYY) ARCHIVE DAYS AFTER THE RESPONSE DATE RECOVERY ACT FUNDS SET-ASIDE NAICS CODE CONTRACTING OFFICE ADDRESS POINT OF CONTACT (POC Information Automatically Filled from User Profile Unless Entered) DESCRIPTION See Attachment AGENCY'S URL URL DESCRIPTION AGENCY CONTACT'S EMAIL ADDRESS EMAIL DESCRIPTION ADDRESS POSTAL CODE COUNTRY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION PLACE OF PERFORMANCE * = Required Field FedBizOpps Presolicitation Notice Rev. March 2010 Y Canteen Renovations 20422 VA245-17-B-0135 05-5-2017 99 N 14 236220 Department of Veterans Affairs VAMC(688) 50 Irving Street NW Washington DC 20422 GARY PHINNEY 202-745-8000 EX58615 gary.phinney@va.gov DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS 50 IRVING STREET N.W. WASHINGTON DC 20422 US gary.phinney@va.gov Canteen Renovation Project THIS PROCUREMENT IS A 100% SET-ASIDE FOR SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS (SDVOSB) FIRMS. VISN 5 Network Contracting anticipates the award of a firm-fixed-price contract for the Canteen Renovation Project #688-15-014, at the Washington D.C VAMC, 50 Irving Street N.W., Washington D.C. 20422. Contractor will be responsible to provide all supervision, labor, materials, and equipment to renovate the Canteen (Kitchen, dining and services areas), for the D.C. VAMC. This project will require demolishing and removing materials of the existing building. The purpose of this project is to provide a more comfortable environment for our veterans, their families and caregivers by improving the function, upgrading utilities, equipment, finishes and furniture of the Canteen in the Veteran s Affairs Medical Center in Washington DC (VAMC) located at 50 Irving Street, N.W., Washington D.C. 20422 This Statement of Work intends to address the renovation of approximately 9,300 square feet. This will include replacement of engineering systems of the Canteen, (Kitchen, Dining and Service Areas). Some of the required improvements are listed below: New floor, wall and ceiling finishes. Replace existing HVAC system, all related accessories, and install new controls to make possible that the area can be zoned out into several different zones. Each zone will be independently managed by the control panel. Install a new exhaust system to improve ventilation. Improve Plumbing System by replacing the existing one that often backs-up with a new drainage system, and provide a new grease trap. Install a new Electrical System in the Canteen, including power and lighting, and take in consideration the new Kitchen Equipment requirements. Install a new Fire Protection system. Asbestos abatement, Telecommunication, Cable TV, Signage and Security Systems are requirement of this contract and it is included in the scope of work per Contract Documents. This announcement is for planning purposes only and does not constitute a solicitation for competitive bids/proposals. This announcement is not to be construed as a commitment by the Department of Veterans Affairs.  No contract will be awarded from this announcement.  All interested parties who believe they can meet the requirements are invited to submit responses, via e-mail to: gary.phinney@va.gov. The subject line of the email shall be: Canteen Renovation Project #688-15-014 Your Company Name. No telephone calls will be accepted. Responses to the Pre-Solicitation shall be received no later than 12:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time) on 05 May 2017. All work shall be in accordance with the Scope of Work that will be provided in the solicitation package, and unless otherwise noted, will be in accordance with drawings and specifications that will be issued with the solicitation package. Employee Identification and Security Clearance will be required for all contractor employees. Proper identification of employees must go through the required process, for access to the VA Medical Center. All work is to be completed within approximately 270 calendar days after date of receipt of notice to proceed. This includes final inspection and clean-up. The applicable North American Industry Classification System Code for this procurement is 236220. To be considered a small business under this code the SBA size standard must not exceed $36.5 Million. The construction cost range for the project is between: $1,000,000.00 - $5,000,000.00. The solicitation will be issued on or about Monday May 21, 2017. All information for this solicitation will be posted on FedBizOpps http://www.fedbizopps.gov. The Government will not provide paper copies of the solicitation. Offerors will be responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation package, drawings and subsequent amendments, if any. The solicitation will be issued pursuant to the authority of Public Law 109-461, 38 U.S.C. 8127 and 8128. Telephone, written, facsimile, or e-mail requests for the solicitation will NOT be honored. Potential offerors MUST register at FedBizOpps www.fedbizopps.gov in order to receive notifications and/or changes to the solicitation. Potential bidders are responsible for monitoring this site for the release of the solicitation package and any other pertinent information. The Interested Vendors List (IVL) will be activated and may be accessed and printed from the FedBizOpps website. All interested parties MUST be registered in the Vendor Information Pages (VIP) database, available at www.vetbiz.gov. Additionally, firms must apply for and receive verification from the Department of Veteran Affairs for Center for Veterans Enterprise (CVE) in accordance with 38 CFR Part 74 and VAAR 819.70. Offerors must be both VISIBLE and VERTIFIED by the Department of Veteran Affairs Center for Veterans Enterprises prior to the due date of proposals. Failure to be both VERIFIED by CVE and VISIBLE inVetBiz by the due date for proposals shall result in the offeror s proposal being deemed non-responsive. Lastly, prospective offerors shall be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database prior to the receipt of their proposal. The Contracting Officer for this procurement is: Gary Phinney (202) 745-8000 x58615, email: gary.phinney@va.gov. All interested contractors must ensure that their firms have the ability to provide 100% Performance and Payment Bonds. Awarding of contract will be SUBJECT TO THE AVAILABLITY OF FUNDS. Note: The government will not reimburse responders for any cost associated with providing information in response to this announcement.

Mental Health, Substance Use, and Sex Offender Treatment Services in Fayetteville, NC

Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
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The Federal Bureau of Prisons, CTS Contracting Office, Washington, D.C. is seeking quotes from sources that have the ability to provide community-based outpatient mental health, substance abuse, and sex offender treatment services within 10 miles of the US District Court at 301 Green Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301, and should be within .5 miles of public transportation. Performance periods under this contract will be for a one-year base period estimated to begin on October 1, 2017 with nine (9) one-year option periods, with services ending (if all option years are renewed) on September 30, 2027. The services required for this contract include a Base Year, Option Year One, Option Year Two, Option Year Three, Option Year Four, Option Year Five, Option Year Six, Option Year Seven, Option Year Eight, and Option Year Nine. Base Year: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year One: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Two: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Three: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Four: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Five: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Six: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Seven: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Eight: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Option Year Nine: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 45Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 45 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 2160 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 3240 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 45 inmates = 1620 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 20Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 20 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 20 inmates =20 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 960 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 20 inmates = 240 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 8Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 8 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 384 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 576 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 8 inmates = 192 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 73 inmates = 9052 Extension: Substance Use Estimated number of inmates: 23Substance Abuse Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 23 inmates = 23 unitsSubstance Abuse Assessments & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 23 inmates = 23 unitsIndividual Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 48 units (per inmate) x 23 inmates = 1104 unitsGroup Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 72 units (per inmate) x 23 inmates = 1656 unitsFamily Counseling (30 minutes = 1 unit) - 36 units (per inmate) x 23 inmates = 828 units Mental Health Estimated number of inmates: 10Mental Health Intake - 1 unit (per inmate) x 10 inmates = 10 unitsMental Health Assessment & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 10 inmates = 10 unitsPsychiatric Evaluation & Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 10 inmates = 10 unitsCrisis Intervention - 1 unit (per inmate) x 10 inmates =10 unitsIndividual Counseling Mental Health - 48 units (per inmate) x 10 inmates = 480 unitsMedication Monitoring - 12 units (per inmate) x 10 inmates = 120 units Sex Offender Estimated number of inmates: 4Sex Offender Intake- 1 unit (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 4 unitsSex Offense-Specific Evaluation/Report - 1 unit (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 4 unitsAbel Assessment for Sexual Interests - 1 unit (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 4 unitsSex Offense-Specific Individual Counseling - 48 units (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 192 unitsSex Offense-Specific Group Counseling - 72 units (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 288 unitsSex Offense-Specific Family Counseling - 24 units (per inmate) x 4 inmates = 96 unitsTransportation - 124 units (per inmate) x 37 inmates = 4588 The requirements for the base period may change, depending on the actual date of award. The services shall be in accordance with the Bureau of Prisons Community Treatment Services (CTS) Statement of Work, dated January 2017. The request for quotation will be available on or about May 19, 2017 and will be distributed solely through the General Services Administration's Federal Business Opportunities web site http: //www.fedbizopps.gov. Hard copies of the quotation will not be available. The site provides downloading instructions. All future information about this acquisition, including quotation amendments, will be distributed solely through this site. Interested parties are responsible for monitoring this site to ensure that they have the most up-to-date information about this acquisition. The estimated closing date will be on or about July 7, 2017 at 12 pm ET. Faith-Based and Community-Based Organizations can submit offers/bids/quotations equally with other organizations for contracts for which they are eligible. The BOP anticipates awarding a firm-fixed price contract. All responsible business concerns may submit a quote which will be considered by this agency. Questions concerning this Pre-Solicitation Notice should be directed to Katherine Bowen, Contracting Officer, at (202) 307-2500 or by email to kbowen@bop.gov.  
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