Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE)
Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 21, 2015
The Army Contracting Command, Rock Island intends to issue Requests for Proposal (RFP) in Step 2 and Step 3 of the three-step procurement process for the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) annual requirements identified in this announcement. The estimated release date of the Step 2 Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) RFP, W52P1J-16-R-0029, is 06 January 2016. This RFP will result in the execution of BOAs with Offerors determined to be acceptable in Technical and Past Performance in accordance with the requirements of the solicitation. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered by the agency. All contractors who already possess a BOA to support EAGLE requirements are not required to submit a new proposal against this BOA RFP. For task orders requiring a SECRET Facility Clearance, eligibility information and requirements are provided at www.dss.mil. A Defense Security Service pamphlet is provided on the EAGLE website for guidance on how to obtain a clearance. The BOA will not alleviate the need for the SECRET Facility Clearance, therefore, offerors who plan on competing for the task order solicitations that require a SECRET Facility Clearance, as noted below, will need to obtain the SECRET Facility Clearance via sponsorship from another contractor who already possesses a SECRET Facility Clearance. Please note that for those task orders that require SECRET Facility Clearance, possession of the SECRET Facility Clearance will be required by the closing date of the task orders RFPs.
The following EAGLE requirements have been identified for an anticipated release of a Step 3 RFP for a future task order; an RFP for these requirements will not be issued until completion of the Step 2 BOA executions under W52P1J-16-R-0029:
Ft Wainwright/Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER)/Greely/ Black Rapids Training Area, AK: The contractor will provide logistical support including, but not limited to, the following functional areas: Field level maintenance on tactical and non-tactical equipment, communication and electronic equipment, and various ground support equipment which could include routine scheduled maintenance (including, but not limited to, services) and unscheduled maintenance at Fort Wainwright, AK with certain Army logistical support activities at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK. The contractor will be prepared to support surge requirements for maintenance of equipment for the 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division (4-25th) Army Structure (ARSTRUC) (4/25) IBCT-A and other units as necessary. The contractor will provide maintenance on Food Service Equipment (FSE) for all Dining Facilities on Fort Wainwright, Fort Greely, and Black Rapids Training Area. Coordination and synchronization of installation logistics operations between post locations is required. Supply requirements include Subsistence Supply Management Office, Supply Support Activity (SSA) Management (Classes of Supply include I, II, IIIP, IV, VII and IX), Property Accountability, Hazardous Material Management Center/Hazardous Material Management Program (HMCC/HMMP), Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program (ICEMP), Ammunition Supply Operations and Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) Management, and Installation Property Book. The Contractor will provide Qualified Recycling-Brass and ammunition residue turn-in support at the ASP in both ASPs' at Fort Wainwright and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Efforts are expected to be fluid throughout the life of the contract, and may require fluctuation in contracted efforts. [Fort Wainwright, AK only: The Contractor will provide the required maintenance to winterize or de-winterize any tactical vehicle operated or owned by a US Army Reserve Command unit. At a minimum, the following devices are standard for equipment in Alaska: engines, coolant heaters, engine block heaters, battery trickle chargers, and hydraulic fluid heaters. The Contractor will provide the Logistics Readiness Center with personnel to support surge requirements for Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment winterization. The program enforces uniform care of supplies, including the inspection and reporting of the condition and serviceability of material, and the scheduling, controlling, and reporting of packaging and other cost reimbursable action in support of the Soldiers' safety in extreme cold weather training events to maximize Army readiness.] The contractor shall comply with requirements and operation of applicable Logistics Information Systems (LIS)/legacy systems as outlined in the Performance Work Statement (PWS). The estimated release date of the RFP is June 2016, with a closing response date approximately 30 days after the release. The estimated task order award is 1st Quarter FY 17. This requirement will be issued as a 100% 8(a) Set Aside.
Food Service Equipment Maintenance: The contractor will provide support to Food Service Equipment for various installations throughout the Continental United States; the following locations are contemplated at this time: Ft. Leavenworth; Ft. Belvoir; Ft. Drum; Ft. Jackson; Ft. Myers; Key West; Natick; and, Ft. Meade. Services include, but are not limited to, requirements determinations, and the creation of a maintenance plan and performing scheduled, unscheduled and/or broke-fix maintenance as outlined in the PWS. The contractor will establish and manage a preventive maintenance schedule in accordance with manufacturer and/or commercial standards. The contractor will provide inspection, removal, transportation, installation, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance, adjustment and modification of steam, electric, gas and oil-fired appliances, and the components thereof. This includes appliances which are hard-wired as well as plug-in, but does not currently include appliances or fixtures which are modified to fit the area where they are located (e.g. dishwashers and walk-in coolers), which are identified as real property. The contractor will provide short-notice, 24-hour emergency service, and cost comparison of repair versus replacement of identified equipment density. The contractor will use an Associate Contractor Agreement (ACA) with the Contractor managing Dinning Facility Operations to schedule, identify, and accumulate historic maintenance data and requirements as outlined in the PWS. The estimated release date of the RFP is July 2016, with a closing response date approximately 30 days after the release. The estimated task order award is 1st Quarter FY 17. This requirement will be issued as a 100% Small Business Set Aside.
Rock Island Arsenal, IL: The contractor will provide logistical support including, but not limited to, the following functional areas: Maintenance -The contractor will maintain and repair Government-owned and non-tactical (ground support equipment); Transportation -The contractor will provide transportation support for movement of GSA vehicles to repair facilities off of the post, cargo moves for the RIA Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center on post and off post within a 200 mile radius, and Personal Property Processing Office Counseling Office. The estimated release date of the RFP is September 2016, with a closing response date approximately 30 days after the release. The estimated task order award is 2nd Quarter FY 17. This requirement will be issued as a 100% Small Business Set Aside.
Fort Sill, OK: The contractor will provide logistical support including, but not limited to, the following functional areas: Field and sustainment level maintenance on tactical and non-tactical equipment which could include routine tactical maintenance, back-up maintenance, and unit augmentation and back up maintenance programs, as well as FSE, Public Works Equipment Maintenance, and National Maintenance Program Source of Repair with ISO 9000 compliancy. Supply requirements could include SSA Management (Classes of Supply include I, II, IIIP, IV, VII and IX), Government Furnished Equipment Property Accountability, HMCC/HMCP, Clothing Initial Issue Point, and Ammunition Supply Operations. Transportation functions could include providing Transportation Motor Pool and freight service operations, Central Receiving and Shipping Point, Rail Operations including locomotive engineers and brakemen, and Personal Property Operations. The contractor shall comply with requirements and operation of applicable LIS/legacy systems as outlined in the PWS. The estimated release date of the RFP is December 2016, with a closing response date approximately 30 days after the release. The estimated task order award is 3rd Quarter FY 17. This requirement will be issued as a 100% 8(a) Set Aside.
The contractor shall furnish all of the services, personnel, labor, facilities, materials, supplies, and equipment to accomplish required tasks unless specific items of Government Furnished Property / Material, or Government Provided Services are called out in the task order RFP. These solicitations will be issued electronically in accordance with FAR 4.5 and 5.201; therefore, hardcopies will not be provided. Contractors wishing an electronic copy may download it on or after the issue date by accessing the following address via the internet: http://www.fbo.gov.
Note: This solicitation will be issued electronically as will any amendments thereto. Contractors are advised to periodically access the above addresses in order to obtain any amendments which may be issued. Failure to obtain any said amendments and to respond to them prior to the closing date and time of the solicitation may render your proposal nonresponsive and result in the rejection of it. All contractors who provide goods/services to the Department of Defense must be registered in the System For Award Management at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/sam/. Questions may be addressed to the EAGLE mailbox at email@example.com. Please note the closing date for the receipt of proposals for the Step 2 BOA RFP will be identified in the forthcoming RFP which is estimated for release on 06 January 2016.