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46--Provide, Maintain and Repair Portable Latrines and Hand Washing Stations; Gray Water Removal from the Shower Trailers; and Black Water Removal

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published January 13, 2010  -  Deadline February 11, 2010
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Pre-Solicitation Only. This is for informational purposes. No Solicitation is currently provided. The procurement acquisition is set-aside Small Business. The Government anticipates a Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) contract award as a result of this solicitation. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 562991. The Small Business size standard for this project is $7.0M. The Contractor shall provide, all management, labor, transportation, equipment, materials, and any other items or services necessary to Provide, Maintain and Repair Portable Latrines and Hand Washing Stations; Gray Water Removal from the Shower Trailers; and Black Water Removal from Building 99241, all of which are located at the Tactical Training Base (TTB), Fort Riley, KS. Solicitation W911RX-10-T-0005 (RFQ) will be issued on or about 22 January 2010. The RFQ will be issued on the Fort Riley Contracting webpage at: http://www.1id.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=doc . A notification will also be issued on the Army Single Face Industry (AFSI) website at: https://www.fbo.gov . Prospective bidders interested in submitting a bid on this solicitation must have a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code and are reminded in accordance with DFARS Clause 252.204-7004, Alternate A, Central Contractor Registration (Sep 2007) must be active. Inactive registration on the CCR database will make a prospective bidder ineligible for award consideration. The website address for Central Contractor Registration is: http://www.ccr.gov NOTE: Notification of any changes (amendments) to the solicitation will be issued only on the Internet. It is the prospective bidder's responsibility to check the website daily for any updates, amendments or any additional information. The Government will not be held responsible for any information a prospective bidder does not receive once the information is issued on the Internet. For additional information, please contact Oscar.Delbosque at (785) 239-4664 or e-mail: oscar.delbosque@us.army.mil.

F--Laboratory Analytical Services (Wastewater Sample Testing)

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published March 27, 2012  -  Deadline April 20, 2012
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Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Mission Contracting Office (MCO) - Fort Hood is issuing a pre-solicitation notice contemplating a firm fixed price requirements contract for Laboratory Analytical Services (Wastewater Sample Testing) at Fort Hood, Texas. This acquisition is a 100% set aside for Small Business firms under NAICS 541380 - Testing Laboratories, (Size Standard $12 Million). Under this contract, the Contractor shall provide all personnel, management, direct oversight, quality control, and any other items and services (not government furnished) necessary to ship and analyze various environmental samples. The Contractor shall furnish all materials and supplies necessary to meet the requirements under this Performance Work Statement (PWS), including but not limited to chain-of-custody forms, sample bottles/containers and labels, sample preservatives (except for ice), and shipping containers and forms (as applicable). The materials and supplies furnished will be based on the governments expected sampling requirements, as provided in writing to the contractor's contract manager or other designated POC. All sample containers and preservatives shall conform to the requirements in the current Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved edition of Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater for the specific type of sample and analysis requested by the Government. Work shall also include the disposal of all samples and the submission of complete reports of the laboratory test results, including all quality assurance test results. The Contractor shall perform all work identified in this PWS to the commercial business standards, commercial industry standards, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications, and all terms, conditions and specifications contained here and elsewhere in the contract. The Contractor shall comply with all applicable federal and state regulations, including but not limited to the Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 25, Environmental Testing Laboratory Accreditation and Certification and Chapter 319, Subchapter A, Monitoring and Reporting System. A requirements contract is being contemplated for this acquisition and task orders will be issued against the basic contract. Invitation for Bid (IFB) W91151-12-B-0011 is tentatively scheduled to be issued on or about 20 April 2012 with a bid opening date of 21 May 2012 at 2:00 Central Standard Time. The solicitation is anticipated to be issued on the Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) at website https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/. No paper copies of this solicitation are available. Once the solicitation is posted, it is incumbent upon the interested parties to review this site frequently for any updates/amendments to all documents. Interested parties must be currently registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) to receive a government contract award. Bidders shall register with the CCR at http://www.ccr.gov/. Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) must also be current to qualify to receive a contract award. Bidders shall register Representations and Certifications at http://orca.bpn.gov. The point of contact for this acquisition is Rebecca Adams, Contract Specialist, and can be contacted by email at rebecca.r.adams4.civ@mail.mil.

R-- INDEFINITE DELIVERY ARCHITECT ENGINEER CONTRACT FOR SURVEYING, MAPPING AND RELATED GEOSPATIAL SERVICES, PRIMARILY WITHIN THE SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION (ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, NEW MEXICO, OKLAHOMA AND TEXAS) AND ON A LIMITED NATIONWIDE BASIS

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published December 20, 2013  -  Deadline January 21, 2014
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The Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the services of Architect-Engineer (A-E) firms for three (3) Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDCs) for Surveying, Mapping and Related Geospatial Services which are being procured in accordance with PL 92-582 (Brooks Act) and implemented in FAR Part 36. This announcement is a Small Business Set-Aside Only. Firms will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The required services and products will occur primarily within the Southwestern Division area of responsibility including all or portions of Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas and on a Limited Nationwide Basis. The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code applicable to this project is 541370, Engineering Services, which has a size standard of $14,000,000 in average annual receipts. Anticipated award will be on or about July 2014. The IDCs will be administered by the Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Each IDC will have a base period of twelve (12) months plus two (2) twelve (12) month option periods. The IDCs will be for a total period of up to three years for a total estimated amount of $9.9 million (each contract will be for an estimated $1.1 million for the base year and an estimated $1.1 million for each of the two one-year option periods). The Minimum Guarantee amount is $2,500.00 for the base year only. This requirement will be satisfied with three (3) Firm Fixed Price (FFP) small business set-aside IDCs.

S--Kitchen Hood Cleaning Services

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published January 9, 2014  -  Deadline March 4, 2014
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Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Hood is issuing a PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE to provide Commercial Kitchen Hood Cleaning Services to III Corps & Fort Hood Soldiers in support of the Directorate of Public Works (DPW). This acquisition will be solicited as a 100% Small Business Set-aside under NAICS code 561720, Size Standard: $16.5 M. This is a non-personal service contract to provide Commercial Kitchen Hood Cleaning Services. The Contractor shall provide everything necessary to perform all service, repair work, and replacement line item work on all kitchen exhaust hoods covered under this contract in accordance with (IAW) manufacturer and these contract specifications. All service frequencies are determined by the cooking operations and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 96 requirements at each facility. Service intervals include quarterly, semi-annually and annually. The objective for performance under this contract is to provide commercial kitchen exhaust hood cleaning services and maintain the kitchen hoods in a clean operational state in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and in compliance with NFPA 96. This contract encompasses over 118 kitchen hoods varying between exhaust kitchen hoods, water wash kitchen hoods and ultraviolet kitchen hoods. These kitchen hoods are located in approximately 30 facilities throughout the main cantonment, North Fort Hood, West Fort Hood and the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreational Area (BLORA). Facilities where these kitchen exhaust hoods are located are typically dining facilities, child development centers and fire stations. The solicitation will be issued on or around 4 March 2014 under solicitation number W91151-14-B-0001 to the Army Single Face to Industry website at https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi. No paper copies of the solicitation will be mailed and telephone requests will not be honored. All responsible, responsive and time proposals will be considered for award. Once the solicitation is posted, it is incumbent upon the interested parties to review this site frequently for any updates/amendments to all documents. Interested parties must be currently registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) at https://www.sam.gov to receive a government contract award. Bidders shall register in SAM as well at https://www.sam.gov. Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) must also be current to qualify to receive a contract award. Bidders shall register Representations and Certifications at http://orca.bpn.gov. Questions regard this pre-solicitation notice may be sent to: Debora Wells, Contract Specialist, debora.l.wells.civ@mail.mil 254-287-5820 and Leeann Burke, Contracting Officer, leeann.burke.civ@mail.mil

S--Boxed Lunches for New York MEPS Applicant- Fort Hamilton

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published February 25, 2014  -  Deadline February 26, 2014
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Mission Installation Contracting Command - Knox, intends to issue a request for proposals (RFP) for noon meals in support of the New York Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). The period of performance is (1 August 2014 - 31 July 2015, with four 1 year options periods). The contractors shall furnish food, facilities, furniture, equipment, supplies, management, supervision, and labor. This solicitation will be solicited as 100% small business set aside; all responsible and responsive small businesses may submit an offer for consideration. A firm fixed price contract will be awarded. NAICS 722320 (Size Standard: $7.0 million) applies to this procurement. The RFP will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website at http://www.fbo.gov on or about February 27, 2014 with offers due on or about March 28, 2014. These dates are subject to change. All amendments to the solicitation will be likewise posted on this website. Contractors are cautioned to check the website periodically for amendments. Solicitation mailing list will not be compiled and the RFP and amendments will not be sent out in paper copy. All documentation can and must be downloaded from the website above. Anticipated award date will be on or about May 15, 2014. All contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM at www.sam.gov) to be eligible for award of a contract. Faxed offers or amendments will not be accepted. All offers must be submitted in writing to Elizabeth Phelps via email at elizabeth.a.phelps14.civ@mail.mil. All questions must be submitted, no later than February 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM EST, in writing to Elizabeth Phelps via email at elizabeth.a.phelps14.civ@mail.mil.

S--Dining Facility Attendants Services

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published March 19, 2014  -  Deadline June 1, 2014
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The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Fort Stewart intends to solicit proposals in response to Request for Proposal (RFP) W9124M-14-R-0001 to provide dining facility attendants services at Fort Stewart, Georgia and Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. The work associated with this requirement shall provide all labor, personnel, equipment, materials, supplies, supervision and other items and services necessary to provide Dining Facility Attendant (DFA) Service when applicable on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF), Georgia in accordance with (IAW) the Army Food Service Program, applicable regulations and this Performance Work Statement (PWS). The services required pertain to dining facility attendants, only. Food preparation services are not included in this requirement. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 723310 with a Small Business Size Standard of $35.5M. The Government intends to solicit this acquisition as a 100% Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business set-aside. The anticipated solicitation release date will be on or about 24 March 2014. The resulting contract will be for a single Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Requirements type contract with a base period of 6 months and two (2) one-year options. The anticipated period of performance for the base period is: 1 June 2014 through 30 November 2014. This solicitation will be issued electronically. It will be available only via the Federal Business Opportunities website (www.fedbizopps.gov) through the Army Single Face with Industry website (https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/). Potential Offerors are responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation package, as no paper copies will be furnished. No bidder mailing list will be maintained. It is the Offerors responsibility to check the Internet addresses provided as necessary for any posted changes to this solicitation and all amendments. Offerors are reminded to carefully review solicitation documents once issued as criteria stated in the solicitation shall govern. Any questions or concerns relative to this solicitation MUST be submitted in writing (email, fax, or mail) to the following points of contact: Brett Zeigler and James Frye at derric.b.zeilger.civ@mail.mil and james.r.frye20.civ@mail.mil, by fax at (912)767-8440 or by mail at 976 William H. Wilson, Suite 100, Fort Stewart, GA 31314.

58--58--Sole Source Notice - Biocular Imaging Control Units (Re-posted)

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published March 20, 2014  -  Deadline March 21, 2014
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The following is re-posted from a mis-categorized special notice under W909MY-14-R-0001. The US Army Contracting Command APG - Belvoir Division intends to award a five (5) year, Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) and Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF), Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract for the procurement of 702 +/-5% each Biocular Imaging Control Units (BICU) production units, 67 +/-5% repairs of BICU's, BICU Spares, and Cost Plus Fixed Fee CLINs for repairs evaluation and technical and engineering services on behalf of Department of Defense (DoD) Project Manager Terrestrial Sensors (previously called Program Manager Ground Sensors, and Program Manager Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR)). The Government will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) and negotiate on a sole source basis a hybrid Firm Fixed Price type contract to Palomar Display Products, Inc. 1945 Kellogg Ave, Carlsbad, CA 92008. It has been concluded that only Palomar, Inc possesses the unique capabilities to provide the BICU's. This contract will be awarded on a sole source basis to Palomar pursuant to the authority of 10 U.S.C 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1 per J&A Control Number 14-095. Items on this contract will be ordered by individual delivery orders. Each delivery order will set forth all requirements, delivery schedule, shipping instructions, and the applicable price. Delivery schedule instructions will be provided in the ensuing solicitation. Early delivery at no additional cost to the Government is encouraged. The shipments are to be FOB Destination with Inspection at Origin and Acceptance at Origin. The small business size standard for NAICS 334511 is 750 employees. This notice is being published in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 5.101 requiring the dissemination of information for proposed contract actions. This is a notice of intent to award a sole-source contract and is not a request for competitive proposals. The statutory authority for this sole-source procurement is U.S.C. 2304(c) (1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii)(A). However, the Government shall consider all responses received upon proposal receipt. ACC-APG-Belvoir will not be responsible for any costs incurred by interested parties in responding to this notice. Please be advised the US Government does not possess the Technical Data Package for this effort. It is anticipated that the Request for Proposal number W909MY-14-R-0001 will be posted to Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) Acquisition Business Web Site on or about 7 February 2014. All requests for further information must be in writing or via email. Telephone requests for additional information will not be honored. You may forward all responses to the following email address: Shahaadah.c.nalls.civ@mail.mil and cc rosetta.wisdom-russell.civ@mail.mil

Interior and Exterior Maintenance

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published April 24, 2014
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The Defense Contracting Services Office has a requirement for Interior and Exterior Maintenance Services and intends to issue a formal Request for Proposals (RFP) in May 2014 via Federal Business Opportunity (FedBizOps). Documents will be posted to www.fbo.gov on or about May 12, 2014. The government's objective is to acquire a single source full service Interior and Exterior firm. The offeror must be capable of furnishing all management, labor, supervision, tools, materials, equipment, incidental engineering, and transportation necessary to perform work in accordance with general craft and industry standards, applicable laws, regulations, codes and Federal specifications for buildings and structures stated below. The offeror shall plan, schedule, coordinate, and assure effective performance of all services described herein. This work includes but is not limited to the following functional areas: (1) Maintenance and repair services including replacement of constituent materials necessary for the interior and exterior maintenance of building and structures, including the adjacent Parking Garage. (2) Maintenance, repair and replacement of overhead door equipment and associated systems. (3) Maintenance, repair and replacement of dock leveler equipment and associated systems. (4) Window Cleaning, Skylight cleaning, All Concrete precast Façade cleaning, Ledge Cleaning, and Canopy Cleaning. (5) Service Calls. A scheduled site visit date will also be released during the solicitation release. The purpose of the requirement is to obtain operation, maintenance, service, repair, replacement and minor construction/alteration services for buildings, structures and related systems and equipment services for buildings, structures and related systems and equipment at the Andrew T. McNamara (ATM) Headquarters Complex (HQC), Building 2462, located at 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, the Defense Threat Reduction Center (DTRC), Building 2462A, Child Development Center (CDC), Building 2468,(MRSF) Material Receiving and Shipping Facility, Building 2480, Gates 1 and 2 Structures on John J Kingman, Gate 3 Structure Wills Road, The Pavilion, and the Parking Garage. All building structures are within the HQC fence line The responsible contractor shall hold a current Facility Security Clearance and be capable of performing in accordance with standards outlined in the Performance Work Statement. Services include, but are not limited to, operation, maintenance, service, repair, replacement and minor construction/alteration services for buildings, structures and related systems and equipment services. The Contractor shall furnish all management, labor, supervision, tools, materials, equipment, incidental engineering, and transportation necessary to perform work in accordance with general craft and industry standards, applicable laws, regulations, codes and Federal specifications for buildings and structures. The solicitation will result in an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with Firm Fixed Price CLINs for routine maintenance services. The base period will be September 1, 2014 through 31 August, 2019) with a four (4) one-year option periods and a six month option to extend services through 28 February 2020. Recurring maintenance, repair, replacement and minor work services will be awarded as firm fixed price line items, some as monthly services and others as one-time annual services. Throughout the term of this contract there may be additional non-recurring requirements for minor facility alterations and/or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades not currently known but subsequently deemed necessary. This type of work will be separately priced and provided by the contractor as Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity work, which will become part of this contract by placement of task orders for services and incidental materials. This requirement is being procured in accordance with FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items; The basis of award will be done under FAR 15. This acquisition will be 100% small business set-aside. The NAICS code is 561210 - Facilities Support Services and the size standard is $35.5 million in average annual gross receipts. The successful contractor shall hold a current Facility Security Clearance and be capable of providing Interior and Exterior Maintenance Services. The successful offeror will be selected using performance/price tradeoff procedures in accordance with FAR 15.101-1, resulting in the Best Value to the Government. The entire solicitation will be made available only on the Federal Business Opportunities website www.fedbizopps.gov. No paper copies will be issued. Potential offerors are responsible for monitoring this site for the release of this solicitation package. To be eligible for contract award offerors must hold a Facility Security Clearance. Contractors must be registered in System For Award Management (SAM), in order to receive a Government contract award. To register, the SAM Internet address is: http://www.sam.gov. ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS SYNOPSIS/PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE SHOULD BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING TO THE FOLLOWING E-MAIL ADDRESS: Beverly.j.williams@dla.mil or antoinette.gregg@dla.mil

V--Packing and Crating Services, Fort Belvoir, VA

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published April 25, 2014  -  Deadline May 23, 2014
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The Mission & Installation Contracting Command - Fort Belvoir, VA (MICC-FB), anticipates issuing an Invitation for (IFB) to industry based on the Defense Travel Regulations (DTR) part IV for a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) contract for Packing and Crating Services, located at Fort Belvoir, VA. The Government intends to award a single contract for Packing and Crating services for Schedule II Zone II at Fort Belvoir, VA. The contract type will be a Requirements Contract with Firm Fixed Unit Prices (IAW FAR 16.503 Requirements Contracts and FAR 17.2 Options.) This requirement is 100% set aside for Small Businesses. The contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, tools, materials, supplies, transportation, resources, management, and other items and services necessary to perform all work in connection with the Direct Procurement Method (DPM) of Packing and Crating for Fort Belvoir, VA, in strict accordance with the Performance Work Statement, Performance Requirements Statement, the specifications of the DTR, and subject to the terms and conditions of the contract. The anticipated ordering period is 1 July 2014 through 31 December 2014 with two (2) one-year option periods. The North American Industry classification System (NAICS) for this procurement is 488991, Packing and Crating, size standard $25.5 Million. This procurement is one hundred percent set aside for Small Business Concerns. As prescribed in DFARS 252.204-7004, interested parties must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) and have a Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGE Code). Representations and certifications must also be on record. These registrations can be done for free at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. Please ensure that the aforementioned NAICS code 448991 is incorporated into your current SAM entity profile. The anticipated posting date of the IFB is no sooner than 30 days after the publication of this notice. Solicitation W91QV1-14-B-0001 and any/all amendments will be posted and available for viewing and downloading at the Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) website: https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/ The IFB will specify the actual date and time for bid receipt. When the solicitation is posted, it is incumbent upon the interested parties to review the aforementioned site regularly for any updates/amendments to this requirement. No paper copies will be issued. Any correspondence concerning this acquisition shall reference IFB number W91QV1-14-B-0001 in the subject line. The point of contact is the Contract Specialist, Carol Collins, email: carol.a.collins36.civ@mail.mil

S--Fort Stewart Full Food Service- Non-Commissioned Officer's Academy

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published April 29, 2014  -  Deadline May 4, 2014
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The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Fort Stewart intends to solicit proposals in response to Request for Proposal (RFP) W9124M-14-R-0006 to provide full food service at Fort Stewart, Georgia Non-Commissioned Officer's Academy (NCOA). The work associated with this requirement shall provide all labor, personnel, equipment, materials, supplies (other than Government furnished), supervision and other items and services necessary to provide Full Food Services (FFS) at the Fort Stewart, Georgia Non-Commissioned Office Academy (NCOA) in accordance with (IAW) the Army Food Service Program, applicable regulations and this Performance Work Statement (PWS) when required. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 723310 with a Small Business Size Standard of $35.5M. The Government intends to solicit this acquisition as a 100% Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business set-aside. In accordance with the Randolph-Sheppard Act, this requirement is subject to the exercise of the preference policy regarding the qualified State Licensing Agency. The anticipated solicitation release date will be on or about 2 May 2014. The resulting contract will be for a single Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Requirements type contract with a base period of 6 months and four (4) one-year options. The anticipated period of performance for the base period is: 1 July 2014 through 31 December 2014. This solicitation will be issued electronically. It will be available only via the Federal Business Opportunities website (www.fedbizopps.gov) through the Army Single Face with Industry website (https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/). Potential Offerors are responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation package, as no paper copies will be furnished. No bidder mailing list will be maintained. It is the Offerors responsibility to check the Internet addresses provided as necessary for any posted changes to this solicitation and all amendments. Offerors are reminded to carefully review solicitation documents once issued as criteria stated in the solicitation shall govern. Any questions or concerns relative to this solicitation MUST be submitted in writing (email, fax, or mail) to the following points of contact: SSG Chantel S. Robinson and James Frye at chantel.s.robinson2.mil@mail.mil and james.r.frye20.civ@mail.mil, by fax at (912)767-8440 or by mail at 976 William H. Wilson, Suite 100, Fort Stewart, GA 31314.

D--Pre-Solicitation Notice for USARC's Sustainment Information System support services requirement

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published May 9, 2014  -  Deadline May 19, 2014
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Title: Pre-Solicitation Notice for USARC's Sustainment Information System support services requirement Set Aside: SDVOSB Classification Code: D - Automatic Data Processing Facility Management NAICS Code: 541513 NOTE: This is a Pre-Solicitation Notice. The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has a requirement to contract for Sustainment Information System (SIS) support services for the United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) Headquarters, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. USARC's mission is to provide trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and cohesive units to meet the global requirements across the full spectrum of operations. The Army Reserve is a key element in the Army multi-component unit force, training with Active and National Guard units to ensure all three components work as a fully integrated team. SIS support is essential for providing commanders and staffs situational understanding and building the common operational picture. It consolidates key sustainment functions. The key functions are logistics, personnel services and Army Health Services. These information systems support commanders and staffs at all levels from strategic to tactical. The contractor is required to provide system support in the areas of: (1) project management support, (2) sustainment automation system management office support, (3) network and technical support, (4) SAMS-FM support, (5) new equipment fielding facility support, (6) logDAT support, and (7) technical management support. Overall, the Contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform SIS support, as defined in the performance work statement. The anticipated period of performance includes a one (1) year base period of 30 August 2014 through 29 August 2015 (includes a 30 day phase-in period), with two (2) 1-year option periods. The Government intends to award a firm fixed price type contract for this requirement. This acquisition is being set-aside 100% for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business concerns. The assigned national American industry classification system code is 541513 quote mark computer facilities management services quote mark with a small business size standard of $25.5 million. MICC - Fort Bragg anticipates issuing RFP W91247-14-R-0005 on or about 30 May 2014. The closing date for submission of proposals will be contained in the RFP. Offerors must be registered in the System for Award Management Maintenance database prior to award of a government contract, http://www.sam.gov/. The RFP will be available at the Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) website: https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi. Paper copies of the solicitation will not be provided. It is the Governments intent to issue a DRAFT RFP on or around 15 May 2014. Interested potential offerors are responsible for routinely checking this web site for any possible updates on the anticipated DRAFT RFP and RFP. Points of contact for this action are Mrs. Wendy McNorial at wendy.d.mcnorial.civ@mail.mil and Ms. Uche Washington at onyenauche.o.washington.civ@mail.mil.

S--Full Food Service at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published May 13, 2014  -  Deadline June 15, 2014
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The Mission & Installation Contracting Command - Fort Leonard Wood, MO intends to issue a solicitation for a firm-fixed-price contract for Full Food Service (FFS). FFS-type operations are those activities that comprise the full operation of an Army Dining Facility to include administrative, requisitioning, receiving, storing, preparing and serving of food, as well as the performance of Dining Facility Attendant services such as custodial and sanitation functions. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 722310, Food Service Contractor. This requirement falls under the Facility Related Services Portfolio Group Housekeeping and Social Services Portfolio. The Product Service Code (PSC) is S203, Food Services. The Small Business Size Standard is $35,500,000.00. The place of performance is Ft. Leonard Wood, MO, 65473. The Randolph-Sheppard Act Applies to this Full Food Service Requirement. All offerors are hereby notified that this solicitation is subject to the Randolph-Sheppard Act (RSA) and the priority it affords to blind vendors for operation of military dining facilities. The blind have a priority right to operate dining facilities on federal property. This applies to the solicitation of FFS as defined in Army Regulation 30-22. The Army applies this priority in accordance with Army Regulation 210-25. A proposal from a qualified offeror (State Licensing Agency on behalf of a blind vendor), whose evaluated proposal is included in the agency's competitive range determination may be awarded the FFS contract without further consideration of other highly rated proposals. This notice is not designed to discourage competition; rather, it sets out the priority established by the RSA for proposals received from State Licensing Agencies and their blind vendors. A Request for Proposal (RFP) will be posted under Solicitation Number W911S7-14-R-0002 on or after 15 June 2014. The Point of Contact is the Contract Specialist, Lisa Bergstrom, lisa.m.bergstrom2.civ@mail.mil. Contracting Office Address: MICC-LW, 5772 Iowa Ave. Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. 65473-1040

S--Box lunches for applicants processing through the Shreveport Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), Shreveport, LA

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published May 20, 2014  -  Deadline May 20, 2014
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Solicitation Number: W9124D-14-r-0010 Notice Type: Pre-solicitation Synopsis: The MICC Knox intends to issue a request for quote (RFQ) to deliver box lunches for applicants processing through the Shreveport Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), Shreveport, LA. The period of performance is 1 July 2014, or date of contract award, whichever is later, through 30 June 2015, with four one-year option periods. This solicitation is 100% set-aside for small business. NAICS 311991 (Size Standard: 500 employees) applies to this procurement. All responsible small business sources may submit a proposal. The RFQ will be posted to the ASFI/FedBizOpps websites on or about 19 May 2014 with quotes due on or about 9 June 2014. These dates are subject to change. All amendments to the solicitation will be likewise posted on these websites. Contractors are cautioned to check the websites periodically for amendments. Solicitation mailing list will not be compiled and amendments will not be sent out in paper copy. All contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) website to be eligible for award of a contract. Faxed offers and amendments will not be accepted. All questions must be submitted in writing to the contract specialist via email to james.hurt.civ@mail.mil by 10 am EST 20 May 2014. 199 6th Ave Bldg 1109 B Ste 256 Ft Knox, KY 40121-5720 Primary Point of Contact: James Hurt Contract Specialist james.hurt.civ@mail.mil Phone: 502-624-5777 Fax: 502-624-7165

Z--IDIQ Paving at Fort Rucker, Alabama

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published May 20, 2014  -  Deadline July 11, 2014
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The contract period consists of a base period (12 consecutive months from contract award date) and four one-year option periods. The anticipated issue date is on or around June 4, 2014 with bid opening TBD. The guaranteed minimum quantity of work which will be required under this contract, and which will be ordered by issuance of one or more delivery order is $100,000.00 per year, including options (Firm-Fixed Price with Economic Price Adjustment). Specified delivery orders will be issued by the Contracting Officer in accordance with the unit price schedule and specifications. The NAICS code is 237310. Small Business Size Standard is $33.5M. This solicitation will be issued on an unrestricted basis. There is no Government-Furnished Property. All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered. NO PAPER COPIES OF THE SOLICITATION WILL BE ISSUED AND TELEPHONE REQUESTS WILL NOT BE HONORED. YOU MAY OBTAIN A COPY OF THE SOLICITATION ON OR AROUND THE PROJECTED ISSUANCE DATE TBD AT THE ARMY SINGLE FACE TO INDUSTRY ACQUISITION BUSINESS WEB SITE (https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi). Potential bidders are responsible for monitoring this site for release of the solicitation package and any amendments. Points of contact are: MAJ Tyrone E. Ballard, Contract Specialist, (334) 255 - 3349, tyrone.e.ballard.mil@mail.mil; Ms. Florutha A. Robinson, Contract Specialist, (334) 255 - 9754, florutha.a.robinson.civ@mail.mil; and Ms. Yolanda E. Bickham, Contract Officer, (334) 255 - 2013, yolanda.e.bickham.civ@mail.mil.

TDAT Services in Fort Wayne, Indiana area

Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons | Published June 4, 2014  -  Deadline July 28, 2014
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G-Community-Based Outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services in Fort Wayne, Indiana The Federal Bureau of Prisons, TDAT Contracting Office, Washington, D.C. is seeking quotes from sources having the ability to provide community-based outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services. The contractors will provide services within a 10 mile radius of the United States Post Office located at 1529 West Dupont Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825. Performance periods under this contract will be for a one year base period to begin on October 1, 2014 with four (4) one-year option renewal periods with services ending (if all options are renewed) on September 30, 2019. The services required for this contract include a Base Year, Option Year One, Option Year Two, Option Year Three, and Option Year Four respectively. The Following services are required and may be subcontracted to another licensed contractor. The requirements for Transitional Drug Abuse Treatment (SA) and Mental Health Services (MH) for male and female Federal offenders include: Base Year: Estimated number of inmates = 30 2011 - SA - Intake Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 25 inmates = 25 assessments 2010 - SA - Individual Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 48 units (per inmate) for 25 inmates = 1200 units 2020 - SA - Group Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 72 units (per inmate) for 25 inmates = 1800 units 2030 - SA - Family Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 8 units (per inmate) for 25 inmates = 200 units 1202 - Transportation (1 unit = one way; 2 units = round trip) 104 units for 30 inmates = 3120 units 5011 - MH - Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 5 inmates = 5 units 6010 - MH - Individual Counseling (30 minutes =1 unit) 48 units per inmate for 5 inmates = 240 units 6020 - MH - Group Units 72 units per 5 inmates = 360 units 6051 - MH - Medication Monitoring (1 unit per inmate) for 5 inmates = 5 monitoring units 5010 - MH - Psychological Evaluation & Report (1 unit per inmate) for 5 inmates = 5 monitoring units 5030 - MH - Psychiatric Evaluation and Report (1 report per inmate) for 5 inmates = 5 reports 5020 - MH - Psychological Testing & Report (1 report per inmate) for 5 inmates = 5 reports Option Year One: Estimated number of inmates = 34 2011 - SA - Intake Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 28 inmates = 28 assessments 2010 - SA - Individual Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 48 units (per inmate) for 28 inmates = 1344 units 2020 - SA - Group Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 72 units (per inmate) for 28 inmates = 2016 units 2030 - SA - Family Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 8 units (per inmate) for 28 inmates = 224 units 1202 - Transportation (1 unit = one way; 2 units = round trip) 104 units for 34 inmates = 3536 units 5011 - MH - Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 6 inmates = 6 units 6010 - MH - Individual Counseling (30 minutes =1 unit) 48 units per inmate for 6 inmates = 288 units 6020 - MH - Group Units 72 units per 6 inmates = 432 units 6051 - MH - Medication Monitoring (1 unit per inmate) for 6 inmates = 6 monitoring units 5010 - MH - Psychological Evaluation & Report (1 unit per inmate) for 6 inmates = 6 monitoring units 5030 - MH - Psychiatric Evaluation and Report (1 report per inmate) for 6 inmates = 6 reports 5020 - MH - Psychological Testing & Report (1 report per inmate) for 6 inmates = 6 reports Option Year Two: Estimated number of inmates = 38 2011 - SA - Intake Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 31 inmates = 31 assessments 2010 - SA - Individual Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 48 units (per inmate) for 31 inmates = 1488 units 2020 - SA - Group Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 72 units (per inmate) for 31 inmates = 2232 units 2030 - SA - Family Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 8 units (per inmate) for 31 inmates = 248 units 1202 - Transportation (1 unit = one way; 2 units = round trip) 104 units for 38 inmates = 3952 units 5011 - MH - Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 7 inmates = 7 units 6010 - MH - Individual Counseling (30 minutes =1 unit) 48 units per inmate for 7 inmates = 336 units 6020 - MH - Group Units 72 units per 7 inmates = 504 units 6051 - MH - Medication Monitoring (1 unit per inmate) for 7 inmates = 7 monitoring units 5010 - MH - Psychological Evaluation & Report (1 unit per inmate) for 7 inmates = 7 monitoring units 5030 - MH - Psychiatric Evaluation and Report (1 report per inmate) for 7 inmates = 7 reports 5020 - MH - Psychological Testing & Report (1 report per inmate) for 7 inmates = 7 reports Option Year Three: Estimated number of inmates = 42 2011 - SA - Intake Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 34 inmates = 34 assessments 2010 - SA - Individual Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 48 units (per inmate) for 34 inmates = 1632 units 2020 - SA - Group Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 72 units (per inmate) for 34 inmates = 2448 units 2030 - SA - Family Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 8 units (per inmate) for 34 inmates = 272 units 1202 - Transportation (1 unit = one way; 2 units = round trip) 104 units for 42 inmates = 4368 units 5011 - MH - Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 8 inmates = 8 units 6010 - MH - Individual Counseling (30 minutes =1 unit) 48 units per inmate for 8 inmates = 384 units 6020 - MH - Group Units 72 units per 8 inmates = 576 units 6051 - MH - Medication Monitoring (1 unit per inmate) for 8 inmates = 8 monitoring units 5010 - MH - Psychological Evaluation & Report (1 unit per inmate) for 8 inmates = 8 monitoring units 5030 - MH - Psychiatric Evaluation and Report (1 report per inmate) for 8 inmates = 8 reports 5020 - MH - Psychological Testing & Report (1 report per inmate) for 8 inmates = 8 reports Option Year Four: Estimated number of inmates = 46 2011 - SA - Intake Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 37 inmates = 37 assessments 2010 - SA - Individual Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 48 units (per inmate) for 37 inmates = 1776 units 2020 - SA - Group Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 72 units (per inmate) for 37 inmates = 2664 units 2030 - SA - Family Counseling Sessions (30 minutes = 1 unit) 8 units (per inmate) for 37 inmates = 296 units 1202 - Transportation (1 unit = one way; 2 units = round trip) 104 units for 46 inmates = 4784 units 5011 - MH - Assessment and Report (one per inmate) for 9 inmates = 9 units 6010 - MH - Individual Counseling (30 minutes =1 unit) 48 units per inmate for 9 inmates = 432 units 6020 - MH - Group Units 72 units per 9 inmates = 648 units 6051 - MH - Medication Monitoring (1 unit per inmate) for 9 inmates = 9 monitoring units 5010 - MH - Psychological Evaluation & Report (1 unit per inmate) for 9 inmates = 9 monitoring units 5030 - MH - Psychiatric Evaluation and Report (1 report per inmate) for 9 inmates = 9 reports 5020 - MH - Psychological Testing & Report (1 report per inmate) for 9 inmates = 9 reports The services shall be in accordance with the Federal Bureau of Prisons Transitional Drug Abuse Treatment (TDAT) most recent Statement of Work, dated April 2011 - No Masters Required, Revision 01 dated April 1, 2013. The request for quote will be available on or after July 7, 2014 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 is on or about July 28, 2014. Faith-Based and Community -Based Organizations can submit offers/bids/quotations equally with other organizations for contracts for which they are eligible. This requirement will be unrestricted. 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 Stephen A. Deffenbaugh, Contracting Officer, at (330) 884-7396 or by email to sadeffenbaugh@bop.gov.

59--The Government seeks to award a bridge contract that seamlessly implements the current AIE 2 system configuration known as AIE 2+.

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published June 12, 2014  -  Deadline July 11, 2014
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Release of RFP Number: W911QY-14-R-0046 will occur on 27 June 2014 outside of ASFI. An ID/IQ ceiling of $12.5M (inclusive of the option) is estimated. Interested offerors that are capable of immediately meeting the requirements outlined in the Statement of Work (SOW)may contact the Contracting officer (KO) for a copy of the solicitation.Proposals as described in the RFP's instructions are due to the KO-Brian P. Murphy, ACC-APG-NCD (Orlando) brian.p.murphy52.civ@mail.mil and 407-384-5198 no later than 4:00PM Eastern Standard time, 11 July 2014. This action is intended as a sole source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1 to BAE Systems, Redland Corporate Center, 520 Gaither Road, Rockville, MD 20850-6198; however IAW FAR 5.207(C)(16(ii), quote mark all responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal or quotation which shall be considered by this agency. quote mark Set-Aside Status: Not a Small Business Set-aside Places of Performance: In addition to JPdM-FPS offices, BAE warehouse at Charleston, SC; the US Army laboratory in San Diego, CA; with the following installation sites for this bridge effort: Military Ocean Terminal, Concord, CA; FT Jackson; FT Irwin; FT Drum; Holston AAP; Dugway Proving Grounds; and Camp Roberts. The Government seeks to award a sole source bridge contract that seamlessly implements the current AIE 2 system configuration known as AIE 2+. The AIE 2+ system interfaces directly with the existing enterprise servers (primary and backup).The enterprise servers connect directly to the web-based middleware solution called Interoperability Layer Service (IoLS) and various authoritative databases. This interface is completed IAW the DIAC IoLS ICD version 2.1 and Software Development Guide. The enterprise servers provide data failover capability, thus supporting uninterrupted operations and fulfilling DOD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) requirements. The enterprise server suite is Government owned. Offerors are cautioned that throughout the implementation of this project, existing operations will not be disrupted. Due to continuous Force Protection requirements, the enterprise servers at the current location shall remain operational throughout implementation. Interface with Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) databases is required independent of IoLS. DESCRIPTION: The proposed AIE 2 system must meet or exceed the capabilities of the current AIE 2+ system configuration, which is an upgrade as the result of Engineering Change Proposal 9 dated March 2013. The objective of the Automated Installation Entry (AIE) 2 Program is to provide a cost effective system that enhances security of Installation Access Control Points (ACP).The System automates identity authentication and verification of authorized registered personnel entering the Installation, minimizes guard force requirements, maintains or increases pedestrian and vehicle throughput with enhanced security and allows for adaptation of increased authentication requirements at high threat levels. The system facilitates entry of registered personnel onto multiple Installations without re-registration. The AIE system is installed at Installation ACPs to provide automated access control onto an Installation for vehicular traffic and pedestrians that have been enrolled in the system and are authorized access in accordance with (IAW) the Department of Defense (DOD), Army and Installation Commander's policies. The system is modular and scalable to allow future extensions to other security, access control and force protection systems. The AIE system is used in US military locations in the Continental United States (CONUS) and possible future Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) permanent Installations and temporary locations. The system consists of two tiers: Tier 1 is a complete or full system and Tier 2 is a hand-held system without the implementation of fixed lane equipment that provides the full functionality for authentication of registered personnel. The purpose of this quote mark tiered quote mark approach is to quickly install and operate the core AIE components needed to achieve an initial/limited capability. The installation of core AIE components does not require completion of long-lead site preparation activities. AIE is typically installed after Access Control Point Equipment Program (ACPEP) site preparation. The use of a tiered approach allows Installations not requiring full system capability to achieve a level of AIE capability consistent with their requirements. All equipment shall be FIPS 201 compliant Biometric enabled and operational equipment are standard on handheld units and on fixed lane equipment. Additional requirements include automated registration at the vehicle lane, automatic entry upon successful biometric scan, sharing data with other physical access control systems, vetting against authoritative databases such as state Driver's License Bureaus, remote monitoring and control of ACPs and connectivity to the federal cloud. All requirements in the Statement of Work are minimal threshold identified for both the Fixed-Full or Handheld install. The Government seeks to award a bridge contract that seamlessly implements the current AIE 2 system configuration known as quote mark AIE 2+. quote mark AIE 2+ interfaces directly with the existing enterprise servers (primary and backup). The enterprise servers connect directly to the web-based middleware solution called Interoperability Layer Service (IoLS) and various authoritative databases. This interface is completed IAW the DIAC IoLS ICD version 2.1 and Software Development Guide. The enterprise servers provide data failover capability, thus supporting uninterrupted operations and fulfilling DOD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) requirements. The enterprise server suite is Government owned. The contractor is cautioned that throughout the implementation of this project, existing operations will not be disrupted. The enterprise servers at the current location shall remain operational throughout implementation. Interface with Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) databases is required independent of IoLS. The system provides reliable and timely registration of personnel and automatic processing of vehicle and pedestrian traffic at Army ACPs throughout CONUS and OCONUS. The existing system infrastructure shall continue to interface and be operational from the site to the enterprise servers. For site infrastructure, dark fiber is used when available; otherwise, Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) capability is installed. The AIE-3 solicitation was issued on February 25, 2013. The solicitation envisioned an extensive effort to expand the basic capabilities embodied by the AIE-2 system, which was then under contract to BAE. AIE-3 is intended as an upgrade to existing AIE-2+ systems. The original AIE 3 solicitation and award were terminated as a Corrective Action in response to an award protest. While the original AIE 3 RFP is being revised and updated, Joint Product Manager-Force Protection Systems (JPdM-FPS) has ongoing mission requirements and funding for CONUS installations. The current proposed installation sites for the bridge effort include, but are not limited to: Military Ocean Terminal, Concord, CA; FT Jackson; FT Irwin; FT Drum; Holston AAP; Dugway Proving Grounds; and Camp Roberts. The Government reserves the right to revise this list of sites dependent upon amended mission requirements, funding and other priority influencers. This bridge will not be utilized upon award, expiration of the protest period and resolution of potential protests for the pending AIE 3 RFP. ACQUISITION APPROACH: The Government anticipates that the AIE 2 Bridge requirement will be fulfilled via a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract with subsequent FFP Delivery orders awarded for each installation site. The proposed contract effort is for AIE-2, not AIE-3, and will be awarded pursuant to the authority of FAR 6.302-1(a)(2)(ii). The AIE 2 bridge base ordering period is eighteen months with a single six month option in case of protest of the pending AIE 3 solicitation for a total ordering period of 24 months. The proposed ID/IQ contract for this effort is: W911QY-14-D-0023. A determination by the Government not to compete this effort based on any responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government under FAR Part 6. Section C - Descriptions and Specifications Statement of Work C.1. Introduction The Automated Installation Entry (AIE) effort is to procure, field and support all the requirements in the AIE 2+ System Capabilities Document (SCD). The AIE program provides a cost effective, supportable and integrated AIE 2+ system that is quote mark ready to install. quote mark Since automated entry technology has been demonstrated and is active at various military Installations, the Government does not plan to support any development or detailed component design activities under the AIE 2 program. The AIE 2+ is a two-tiered system that enhances Installation security, automates authentication of authorized registered personnel and vehicles entering Installations. It minimizes guard force requirements, optimizes personnel and vehicle throughput and allows for adaptation of increased authentication requirements at high threat levels. AIE 2+ will facilitate entry of registered personnel onto multiple Installations without re-registration. C1.1 Tiered Approach The system consists of two tiers: Tier 1 is a complete or full system and Tier 2 is a hand-held system without the implementation of fixed lane equipment that provides the full functionality for authentication of registered personnel. The purpose of this quote mark tiered quote mark approach is to quickly install and operate the core AIE components needed to achieve an initial, limited capability. The installation of core AIE components does not require completion of long-lead site preparation activities. The AIE System is typically installed after Access Control Point Equipment Program (ACPEP) site preparation. The use of a tiered approach allows Installations not requiring full system capability to achieve a level of AIE capability consistent with their requirements. The Contractor will field the AIE 2+ System In Accordance With (IAW) the Notional Fielding Schedule (Attachment 4). C.2. Statement of Requirements C.2.1. Program Management The Program Management Objective is to design, field and sustain an integrated automated entry system within the prescribed cost, schedule and performance parameters and perform interim integrated logistics support functions. Supporting management objectives include: providing appropriate and qualified personnel, developing optimized products from their associated processes and managing multiple near-simultaneous Installation designs and fieldings while supporting the technical evolution of the system. This will require a streamlined and effective management organizational structure and contract support base that can successfully execute the proposed approach. Incorporation of customer feedback to improve cost, schedule and performance must also be consistently applied as the program evolves. C.2.2. Technical The Contractor shall provide a total package system that satisfies the AIE 2+ SCD. The system shall be reliable and have an interoperable, modular and scalable open architecture. The Contractor shall use an open system approach for system and subsystem design for long-term maintenance and capability growth. This approach shall be based on the specifications and standards adopted by Industry and Government for system interfaces (functional and physical), products, practices and tools. The system shall interface with the Interoperability Layer Services (IoLS) middleware for connection to Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and authoritative databases described in the previously provided Interface Control Document (ICD) for the Defense Installation Access Control (DIAC) IoLS. The system shall query Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) databases independent of IoLS. The system shall be flexible to allow future upgrades and integration with other authoritative sources. C.2.3. Information Security and Assurance The Contractor shall ensure the AIE system obtains Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) certification and Department of the Army Net Worthiness Certifications for connection to an Installation's Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET). The system shall protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) IAW the Privacy Act of 1974, DOD Privacy Program, implemented by DoDD 5400.11, DOD 5400.11-R and applicable Federal laws regarding the protection of privacy information. The system shall comply with the DoD Personnel Identity Protection (PIP) Program as implemented by DoDD 1000.25. C.2.4. Testing The Contractor's testing program shall include planning, execution and assessment of system performance against the SCD. The Contractor shall develop and implement test plans and procedures that support verification and validation of system requirements. The Contractor's testing methodologies shall address how future upgrades are tested and validated. C.2.5. Total Package Fielding (TPF) The TPF employs a fielding strategy to support multiple, near-simultaneous deployments and ensures that when a system is transferred to a gaining Installation, the equipment is trainable, supportable and maintainable. The Contractor should refer to Army Regulation 700-142; Type Classification, Material Release, Fielding and Transfer for additional guidance. TPF shall be coordinated with the Installation to ensure fielding does not adversely impact normal activities. C.2.6. Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) The Contractor shall integrate and field a sustainable capability that provides for maintenance, logistics support, test equipment/equipment support, reduced manpower, training support, design interface, technical data, computer resource support, packaging, handling, storage and transportation capabilities. The Contractor shall execute one base year plus one optional year of CLS and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) planning. C.2.7. Training The Contractor shall provide a strategy to address system training for both Tier 1 and Tier 2. Training includes: new equipment training and system operation instruction for administrators, registrars, operators and maintainers at each gaining Installation. Training curriculum will be presented at least 30 days before training and will be easily adaptable as the system matures. The Contractor shall conduct rehearsal training at the request of the Government. The system training plan will incorporate computer-based instruction to the greatest extent possible and support follow-on refresher and transition training. C.2.8. Quality The Contractor shall establish and maintain a program/quality management system that complies with the standards established by ANSI/ISO/ASQ-9001:2000, Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 or higher or other comparable quality management systems that provide equivalent process establishment and control. C.3 Technical Solution The Contractor shall provide an AIE 2+ System that meets all the requirements in the SCD. The system shall at a minimum provide the capabilities listed in Attachment 6. C.3.1. Systems Engineering (SE) C.3.1.1. The Contractor shall provide flexible, responsive and high quality systems engineering and technical support. The Contractor shall conduct systems engineering analysis to ensure the system meets requirements. The Contractor shall manage a repeatable SE process. In accordance with the AIE 2 System Engineering Management Plan, the process shall support at a minimum: design, fielding, logistics, maintenance, system requirements traceability and system upgrades. C.3.1.2. Information Assurance (IA) The Contractor shall provide system-level support in accordance with references cited in the SCD and provisions of DOD Instruction 8510.01, DOD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP), 28 Nov 2007 and Army Regulation 25-1 and 25-2, Army Knowledge Management and Information Technology, 25 June 2013. The system shall provide Common Access Card (CAC) enabled server computers and all workstations except at the guard booth, gatehouse and remote monitoring location. The Contractor shall support the Government Security, Test and Evaluations (ST&Es) for yearly assessments. The Contractor shall provide documents, data, certification tests results and access as required for major changes and recertification. The Contractor shall continuously assess and monitor security policies and procedures to incorporate an Information Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM) program, as referenced under Enclosure (6) of DODI O-8530.2, Support to Computer Network Defense, 09 March 2001 and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction, CJCSI 6510.01F, 21 March 2012, IA and Computer Network Defense (CND), current as of 12 August 2008, into the AIE deployment and production environments. The Contractor shall comply with the requirement for Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts. The Contractor shall continuously maintain, review and assess the status of the system as it relates to the certification and accreditation security posture. C.3.1.2.1. DIACAP Certification Testing and Support. The Contractor shall support the Government with DIACAP certification encompassing both Tier 1 and Tier 2 solutions. In order to support this effort the Government will conduct scans of the system using Army-approved IA product and vulnerability scanners (for example: Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Readiness Review (SRR) Scripts) prior to installation of the system at the first site. The Contractor should plan to support the following tasks for the stated durations: Certification Test and Evaluation (CT&E) - approximately 2 months ST&E - approximately 1 month DIACAP Package Preparation and Submission - approximately 1 month Authority To Operate (ATO) Decision - approximately 4 months The ATO decision will not require Contractor participation but is included to provide an estimate of the time required. ATO is required to use the system in an operational environment. C.3.1.2.1.1 The AIE System Lab shall be used to support DIACAP certification and accreditation, life-cycle IA measures, testing system modifications, software updates, helpdesk and troubleshooting. The Contractor shall provide an identical operational system, including all hardware, software and network equipment. This includes backup servers and equipment for one Access Control Point (ACP) and two lanes. The system shall be capable of being expanded with equipment for additional lanes and registration stations with minimal reconfiguration. The Contractor shall provide operations, administration and maintenance training to Joint Project Manager Information Systems Software Support Activity (JPM-IS/SSA) personnel. At the conclusion of testing, the hardware, software and network equipment will remain property of the Government. C.3.1.3. System Update and Enhancement The Government may request or the Contractor may propose system updates. As required, the Contractor shall propose a System Update and Implementation Plan (Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) A001) and an Engineering Change Proposal (CDRL A002). The System Update and Implementation Plan will contain planned activities to ensure the continued viability of the system architecture and allow for the system to incorporate future growth. These areas of future growth may include implementing an expanded enterprise solution and integration with other authoritative sources, biometric systems and/or response systems. C.3.2. Site Survey and Site Design C.3.2.1. Site Survey The Contractor shall perform an initial site-survey of the Installation to include a physical survey of the ACP and entry lanes; collect information on the Installation's network; layout and configuration of the visitor control center and other information to support system design efforts. The Contractor shall deliver a Site Survey Report (CDRL A003) to document their findings. The Contractor shall collect sufficient information to support both Tier 1 and Tier 2 designs. C.3.2.2. Site Designs The Contractor shall provide a detailed Installation design to meet the operational requirements and site conditions as determined by the site survey. The design shall incorporate Installation-specific items; building and utility system diagrams; Installation maps; system integration diagrams and construction permitting requirements. The system design shall include the integration of the system with the Installation's network and any existing entry technologies and capabilities. The system shall use standard communication protocols and communication links of Continental United States (CONUS) Installations. Approximately 10 days after submission of the Installation Engineering Plan (CDRL A004), the Government requires an Initial Design Review (IDR) for each site. The review shall be approximately one day and shall take place at the receiving Installation. During the review the Contractor shall present proposed architectures and equipment models. In addition, the Contractor shall discuss technical issues. At the end of IDR, the government will provide feedback on the Contractor's presentation including suggestions identified by the government review team. A final design package shall be submitted for each Installation and consist of, but not limited to, an executive summary, site description, system description for that Installation, fielding schedule, light construction specifications, Bill of Materials (BOM) and engineering drawings. At the conclusion of the design phase, the Contractor shall document the Installation's design IAW CDRL A004. Additionally, as a part of CDRL A004, the Contractor shall be prepared to address the fielding of the system as either Tier 1 or Tier 2 and be able to break out the equipment required for fielding down to the entry lane level, ACP, registration system(s) and overall installation. Not later than 10 days following receipt of CDRL A004, the Government requires a Final Design Review (FDR). The FDR shall be approximately one day at the receiving Installation. During the FDR, the Contractor shall present its selected architecture and equipment models. Upon satisfactory completion of any outstanding FDR issues, the Government will concur with the final design. C.3.3. Fielding The Contractor shall provide a fully functioning system at each Installation as defined in the approved Installation Engineering Plan. The Contractor shall execute all aspects of installation to include: site preparation, installation of equipment and integration with existing infrastructure. Upon completion of the equipment and system install, the Contractor shall provide a Technical Data Package (TDP) (CDRL A005) to document the complete system. C.3.4. Test and Evaluation C.3.4.1. General The Contractor shall perform the tests described in the following paragraphs. The Contractor shall provide personnel, equipment, instrumentation and supplies necessary to perform or support all testing activities. C.3.4.2. Contractor System Performance Verification (SPV) C.3.4.2.1. The SPV shall include a Performance Verification Test (PVT) and 30 day Endurance Test (ET) conducted at all sites. SPV shall be conducted on a fully integrated system, either Tier 1 or Tier 2. The Contractor shall prepare an AIE 2+ System Test Plan (CDRL A006) and Test Procedures (CDRL A007) to verify all requirements defined in the AIE 2+ SCD. The test report shall be submitted IAW Test Inspection Report (CDRL A008). The Contractor shall conduct SPV IAW approved test plans and procedures to verify that system performance complies with the SCD. In the event of system failure, the Contractor shall conduct an analysis of the failure and prepare a Failure Analysis and Corrective Action Report (FACAR) (CDRL A009). The Contractor shall obtain Government approval prior to closing any FACAR. All FACARs generated during PVT requiring corrective action shall be implemented prior to starting ET. C.3.4.2.3. The Government may terminate testing at any time when the system fails to perform as specified in the contract. Upon termination of testing, the Contractor shall commence an assessment period to identify all failures, determine the causes of all failures, correct all failures and deliver to the Government a Test/Inspection Report (CDRL A008). C.3.4.3. Test Readiness Review (TRR) C.3.4.3.1. Prior to any test, the Government will conduct a TRR at all gaining Installations. The Contractor shall provide to the Government, in writing, an integrated system installation and checkout test report under CDRL A008 and a letter of test readiness that the installed system is ready for testing. C.3.4.3.2. The Contractor shall attend test meetings, prepare minutes, provide required documentation and assist in the resolution of issues or concerns. C.3.4.3.3. Discrepancies in the documentation, design or training shall be corrected prior to the conduct of all test events by the Contractor Site Manager and may involve re-test and re-training of personnel at Contractor's expense. C.3.4.4. Testing for Changes in System Configuration C.3.4.4.1. As the system configuration changes, in response to system growth or changes in capabilities, the Government may perform or direct the Contractor to perform additional testing. C.3.5. Supportability C.3.5.1. ILS Under each Installation Delivery Order (DO), the Contractor shall provide one-year CLS. Army Regulation 700-127 Integrated Logistics Support defines the elements which collectively comprise CLS. CLS includes all warranty, licenses, scheduled and unscheduled field level maintenance, sustainment level maintenance tasks, above basic operator maintenance tasks and supply support. Prior to warranty expiration, the Government will assess the viability of using either Government furnished centralized sustainment or CLS support. If the determination is made to acquire one additional year of CLS, the Government will bilaterally execute a one-year DO. The Contractor shall deliver Maintenance Service Reports (CDRL A010). C.3.5.1.1. Data Collection The Contractor shall collect system performance data and Reliability, Availability and Maintainability data throughout the Warranty and Maintenance period to verify system performance requirements. Data collection shall be IAW Logistics Management Information Data Products (CDRL A011). C.3.5.1.2. System configuration is managed by the Government. The Contractor shall maintain updates (including but not limited to software patches) of AIE 2+ hardware and software following acceptance of the system by the Government for each Installation under CLS. Configuration control shall include a list of all AIE 2+ components and software applications identified in the baseline configuration, as well as tracking of all parts. The Contractor shall deliver all software and firmware support tools, utilities and associated documentation necessary to maintain and upgrade the software as specified in System Description and Architecture (CDRL A012). C.3.5.2. Configuration Management (CM) The Government will manage and chair the AIE Configuration Control Board (CCB) throughout its lifecycle. The Contractor shall participate in and support the CCB and conduct configuration control activities. As part of the CM process, the Contractor shall provide field change documentation and ensure each Change Request (CR) is complete. The CR should include impact and independent analysis for submission to the CCB. The Contractor shall coordinate with the assigned Government Point of Contact (POC) who will monitor and track CRs to closure. C.3.5.2.1. CM Requirements The Contractor shall comply with the Government CM requirements for all equipment, hardware and system software. The Government is the Configuration Manager/Decision Authority. There is no specific Government CM system with which the Contractor needs to interface. The Contractor shall use their tools for CM. C.3.5.2.2 Physical Configuration Audit (PCA) The Contractor shall conduct a PCA witnessed by the Government. The PCA follows correction of all failures experienced during SPV. The PCA shall validate proper execution of CDRL A004 and confirm all items have been base-lined. A Configuration Audit Summary Report (CDRL A013) shall be provided to the Government IAW the previously provided Physical Configuration Audit Plan. C.3.5.3. Technical Manuals (TM) The TM shall be delivered IAW System TM (CDRL A014). C.3.5.3.1 TM Specifications. Page Based TM Requirements Matrix for CL-11-6625-135-13&P Operator and Field Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List) for AIE 2+ Installations are included in CDRL A015. C.3.5.3.2 Requirements for TM. The Contractor shall develop the following TM: CL-11-6625-135-13&P Operator and Field Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List) for Automated Installation Entry (AIE) Increment 2 Installations. Prior to the TM start-of-work meeting, the Government will obtain the TM number from the Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (C-E LCMC LRC), which will also be the TM publisher. C.3.5.3.3 Meetings. The TM start-of-work meeting shall take place at a predetermined location. The Contractor shall be prepared to discuss all TM requirements in CDRL A014 and this section. C.3.5.4. In-process reviews of TM development shall take place at the Contractor's facility when approximately 30 percent and 70 percent of the TM development is complete. C.3.5.3.4 Incorporation of Approved Changes and Comments. The Contractor shall incorporate all Government-approved equipment changes into the draft TM up to delivery of the final equipment under this contract. All publication comments received by the Contractor from the Government will be forwarded to the TM publisher for disposition. Approved comments shall be included in the final delivery of the TM. C.3.5.3.5 Validation and Verification (V&V). When 100 percent of the TM development is complete, a combined V&V will be conducted prior to Government acceptance of the first AIE 2+ site. The Government will witness the Contractor validation that all operation and maintenance procedures in the TM are correct. A 100 percent desk review of those portions of the TM not subject to hands-on performance will also be conducted. C.3.5.3.6 Delivery, Style and Format The Contractor shall deliver digital files for all TM versions prepared under this contract, including In-Process Reviews (IPR). All draft TM deliveries shall have the words quote mark DRAFT-NOT FOR IMPLEMENTATION quote mark printed across the top of every page. The TM shall be approximately formatted for a vertical (portrait) finished trim size of 8-1/2 inches by 11 inches. The TM font style, size and spacing shall be IAW best commercial practices for technical publications. All fonts in both the delivered Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat PDF files must be embedded. Line drawing illustrations shall be used to support operational and maintenance procedures. The Contractor shall prepare a separate figure for each breakdown of a repairable assembly. Existing Government owned or commercial illustrations may be used if they meet the requirements of MIL-PRF-32216. Up to three sheets may be used if appropriate for each multi-sheet figure. The Contractor shall provide to the receiving Installation two paper copies of the TM and one CD-ROM with Adobe Acrobat PDF files. C.3.5.4. Transition Plan The Contractor shall develop a Sustainment Transition Plan (CDRL A015) for transition from CLS to centralized sustainment for each Installation using the previously provided AIE 2 Sustainment Transition Instructions as a guide. The initial Transition Plan is due no later than 90 days prior to the scheduled transition date. The final Transition Plan is due 60 days prior to the scheduled transition date. C.3.6. Training A separate Training Conduct Support Document Package (CDRL A016) shall be prepared for administrator, registrar, operator and maintainer student groups for each new equipment, system operation, follow-on refresher and transition training event. The Contractor shall provide specific training on a per course basis. The ratio of student to trainer shall be 5 students to 1 trainer (5:1) for the Administrator, Maintenance and Registrar and up to 20:1 for the Operator course. C.3.7. Quality Requirements The approved Quality Control (QC) Management Plan is a measuring tool for work performed under this contract. C.3.8. Risk Management Plan The Contractor shall utilize the previously provided AIE 2 Risk Management Plan. Risk events shall be identified and mitigated at all organizational levels. Risk data shall be collected, evaluated and appropriate mitigation strategies identified. All risk items shall be reported to the Government upon identification. C.3.9. Program Management C.3.9.1. Program Management Plan. The Contractor shall develop and implement a (Contractor's) Management Plan (CDRL A017) for the overall management and execution of the contract. The Contractor shall provide a Program Management structure that identifies the level, type and experience of key personnel: Program Manager, Deputy Program Manager, Contract Manager, Fielding Manager, System Engineering Manager and Logistics Manager. The Contractor shall develop and maintain an Integrated Master Schedule (CDRL A018) and immediately report any schedule deviations to the Government. C.3.9.2. Monthly Status Report The Contractor shall provide a monthly status report to the Government. The report will be structured to provide the Government with an up-to-date status of the Contractor's technical, operational, financial and programmatic progress. This report shall be IAW the Contractor's Progress, Status and Management Status Report (CDRL A019). The Contractor shall provide a QC monthly report as part of CDRL A019. C.3.9.3. Data Repository The Contractor shall utilize the Government's SharePoint portal as directed by the Government. C.3.10. Meetings and Briefings The Contractor shall conduct meetings to manage all program aspects to include planning, programming, controlling, executing and managing risk. These meetings will include Start of Work, Technical Interchange Meetings, Integrated Process Teams, Monthly Program Management Reviews and other meetings as directed by the Government. The Contractor shall be responsible for recording, producing and distributing all meeting and briefing minutes, Conference Minutes (CDRL A020). The Contractor shall create, review and provide technical briefings, graphics support and/or other presentations. C.3.11. Notional Fielding Schedule The Notional Fielding Schedule provides a list of probable Installations, a description of Installation size and a notional schedule for fielding. Schedule variances may occur throughout the life of the contract. Each Installation has an associated number of ACPs and lanes that may be subject to change. Final number of ACPs and lanes information will be provided with the request for proposal for each Installation DO. Validation of these numbers will occur during Site Survey. C.3.12. Deliverables The Contractor shall prepare and deliver all deliverables as required. Any additional deliverables shall be further identified and delineated on individual DOs or contract modifications. C.3.13. Security C.3.13.1. Clearances The Contractor shall provide personnel with the appropriate clearance levels to fulfill requirements set forth in each individual DO without impact to schedule, cost or quality levels. It is anticipated that most of the effort on this contract will be UNCLASSIFIED/For Official Use Only (FOUO). All Contractor personnel shall be required to access, view, possess, process and/or use information designated as (FOUO). In addition, certain Contractor personnel must possess and maintain a SECRET security clearance and/or be eligible for immediate adjudication by the appropriate cognizant security authority upon award of the contract. Future requirements for SECRET-eligible personnel shall be established by individual DOs. The DOs requiring such access will be awarded or modified in accordance with a revised DD Form 254 allowing appropriate access and outlining the specific security requirements. The responsible Contracting Officer (KO) or written designee shall apprise the Contractor of any increased security requirements. The Contractor shall submit completed clearance packages within ten (10) calendar days of identification of any increased security requirements. C.3.13.2. DOD CAC Those Contractor personnel requiring recurring logical access may (at the discretion of the Government) be issued a CAC by the Government. The Contractor shall furnish all requested information required to facilitate CAC use and possession. The Contractor's Program Manager shall be responsible for ensuring that all identification badges issued to Contractor employees are returned immediately following the completion of the contract, relocation or termination of an employee and/or upon request of the KO or the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). C.3.13.3. Access to SECRET Data The Contractor's access to SECRET data will be IAW the requirement set forth in the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) (DOD 5220.22M). The Contractor shall ensure that all classified material is handled in accordance with the NISPOM and the appropriate Security/Program Guides/Directives. The Contractor shall obtain appropriate security clearances for required personnel and provide security orientation briefings as directed by the Government. C.3.13.4. Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) In the event that OCONUS travel becomes necessary the Contractor shall ensure that any and all employees subsequently scheduled to support OCONUS shall have the prerequisite passports, visas, inoculations (if required) and clearances in adequate time prior to the trip with no impact to schedule. However, unique costs attributable solely to specific travel locations may be presented at the DO level for consideration. C.3.14. Contract Support Information C.3.14.1. Government-Furnished Equipment (GFE) The Contractor shall take receipt of all GFE and shall be responsible for fielding and maintaining all GFE as a part of the total design solution set, throughout the logistics support period. The Contractor shall closely coordinate their supply and delivery schedules with the Government to ensure all hardware and software are available to meet schedule requirements. The Contractor shall coordinate procurement of items identified as available from Government sources. First priority will be given to DOD mandatory sources, DOD required sources, and other Government available sources. Procurement of equipment on behalf of the Government will be in compliance with all applicable regulations and policies. C.3.14.2. Health and Safety The Contractor shall update and maintain the programmatic Environmental Compliance (EC), Health and Safety (HS) program compliance and 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1926 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance. C.3.15. Contractor Proposal The Contractor's proposal represents the Contractor's best approach at the time of solicitation.

V--Provide Trademark Licensing Services for the Army Marketing and Research Group, Washington, DC 20310

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published June 21, 2014  -  Deadline July 18, 2014
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MICC - Fort Knox intends to issue a request for proposal (RFP) for a no cost agreement for the Army Marketing and Research Group, Washington, D.C for the period of 1 October 2014 through 30 September 2015 with 4 one-year option periods. The contractor shall provide all necessary personnel, equipment, supplies, travel, materials, supervision and other items necessary to perform trademark licensing support services for the U.S. Army management of the Army Trademark Licensing Program. The government anticipates single award of a no cost type agreement. This acquisition will be conducted using best value evaluation procedures and will require technical proposals and management and past performance factors. The acquisition will be solicited as unrestricted (full and open). NAICS is 533110 Size standards: $35.5 million. All responsible sources may submit a proposal which will be considered. The solicitation (SF 1449) will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website (FedBizOpps) at http://www.fbo.gov. The solicitation may be downloaded from this website. Solicitation will be issued on or about 30 June 2014 with proposals due on or about 18 July 2014, 2:00 p.m. Fort Knox, KY, (Eastern) local time. Please note these dates are subject to change. All amendments to the solicitation will be likewise posted to this website. Contractors are cautioned to check this website for amendments. All offerors must be registered in System for Award Management (SAM) Environment (https://www.sam.gov) for ORCA data. Paper copies of the solicitation (SF 1449) will not be available. Solicitation must be downloaded at the above listed website. Offerors shall deliver in person or mail completed proposal packages to: MICC - Fort Knox, Attn: CCMI-CKX-KX, Bldg 1109B, Ste 256, 199 6th Ave, Fort Knox, KY 40121-5720. Fax, late or email proposals WILL NOT be accepted. All offers shall be submitted no later than the date and time specified for receipt (see Block 8 on the SF 1449 or the latest issued amendment).

Y--Post-Wide Paving IDIQ Contract

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published June 26, 2014  -  Deadline July 28, 2014
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The Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Lee VA, announces an opportunity for a small business set-aside, Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ), Firm Fixed Price contract for road and general construction/repair paving projects at Fort Lee, VA. This work may consist of a variety of tasks completed on an as-required basis. The contractor shall provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to perform all operations for the repairs and maintenance to bituminous roads and parking lots on the installation including, but not limited to: traffic markings, and their eradications; patching potholes; spot repairs; interlayer's for pavement overlays; sealing cracks in asphalt concrete; raise standard round manhole; raised utility boxes; cold milling; asphalt slurry type B or C; repair and prepare shoulders; top soil and turf material; fill material; excavation and removal of soil; fine grading; repairing/installing; latex bound rubber for the repair of the running tracks; re-stripe roads; parking lots; crosswalks with thermoplastic paint; re-striping existing lines in parking lots and provide detail layout and stripe parking lots and handicapped parking spaces all with latex paint or thermoplastic marking products. All work shall be in conformance with the Virginia Department of Transportation Roads & Bridges Specifications. This requirement is being procured in accordance with FAR Part 14, Sealed Bidding. This acquisition will be 100% small business set-aside. The applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 237310. The Small Business Administration size standard is $33.5 million. Contractors are required to be actively registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov in order to be considered for award. The base period of performance will be 1 October 2014 through 30 September 2015 with four (4) one-year option year periods. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR BIDS (RFB) AND NO CONTRACT SHALL BE AWARDED FROM THIS SYNOPSIS. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this synopsis, the pending solicitation or any follow up information requests. The solicitation will be posted to the FedBizOpps website at www.fbo.gov on or about July 30, 2014. A scheduled site visit will be released at that time. No hard copies of the solicitation, supporting documents and applicable amendments, if any, will be provided. To receive the entire solicitation package and any applicable amendments, prospective offerors must download them from the FedBizOpps website. The contractor shall provide all management and project administration services, quality control, logistical support, vehicles, labor, equipment and materials to complete the work described in the solicitation. Contracting Office Address: 1830 Quartermaster Road, Bldg 7124 Fort Lee, VA 23801 United States Place of Performance: Fort Lee, VA United States Primary Point of Contact.: Carol A. Wilkinson Contract Specialist Carol.a.wilkinson10.civ@mail.mil

Z--Fort Knox KY DPW Construction MATOC

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published June 27, 2014  -  Deadline July 27, 2014
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The Mission and Installation Contracting Command Center - Fort Knox intends to issue a request for proposal (RFP) for a broad range of real property Sustainment, Restoration, and Maintenance (SRM) and minor construction tasks. The resultant contract will be an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). Three to five awards are contemplated. The scope of work encompasses tasks in a variety of trades including, but not limited to, carpentry, road repair, bridge construction and repair, roofing, excavation, interior electrical, exterior electrical, steam fitting, plumbing, sheet metal, painting, demolition, concrete masonry and welding. The guaranteed minimum quantity of work for each contract will be $5,000.00 and will be obligated and paid in the base period. Each contract award will be for a 5 year period of performance. In no event will the total awarded task orders among all awarded contracts exceed the total program value of $245,000,000 over a five year period. The Fort Knox construction MATOC program initial contract period is 1 October 2014 or date of contract award, whichever is later through 30 September 2015, or 1825 days from the contract award date. Work shall be performed in accordance with the terms and conditions of the resulting contract, statements of work, specifications and drawings as required in any resulting individual task orders issued. This acquisition is offered for competition limited to small businesses under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 236220 and the federal supply code Z2JZ. The size standard is $33.5 million. This will be a firm fixed price contract. The RFP and all amendments will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website, www.fbo.gov/ or the Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) website, https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/default.cfm. The solicitation is expected to be issued on or about 10 Jul2014, with proposals due on or about 12 August 2014. All contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) or their proposal will not be considered. Contractors can obtain further information on the System for Award Management (SAM) at web site https://www.sam.gov. Offerors shall be required to submit their proposal in paper and electronic version. Proposals will be evaluated using lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) source selection procedures. The government intends to award without discussions; therefore, the offeror's initial proposal shall contain its best offer from a technical and price standpoint. These dates are subject to change. Contractors are reminded to check the websites periodically for amendments. Interested small businesses are encouraged not only to monitor FBO and ASFI for the solicitation, but also to ensure eligibility data is active and up-to-date within the System for Award Management (SAM) and Small Business Administration (SBA) databases. No solicitation mailing list will be compiled and no paper copies of the solicitation and any amendments will be issued. All questions must be submitted in writing via email to Gloria Ritter, Contract Specialist, at gloria.r.ritter.civ@mail.mil. All correspondence should reference the solicitation number. Each offeror is responsible for all costs of producing and submitting their proposal. Each proposal shall be submitted in accordance with the instructions contained in the solicitation. Proposals will not be accepted by email or facsimile.

Z--Repair HVAC System, Bldg 1001, Fort Hood, Texas

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published July 10, 2014  -  Deadline August 27, 2014
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Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Hood is issuing a PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE for an Invitation for Bids (IFB) firm fixed price construction contract to repair HVAC System, Fort Hood, Texas. This acquisition is Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) 100% set aside for NAICS 238220 (Size Standard $14 Million). The magnitude of the procurement is estimated to be between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000. The purpose of this project is to increase the size of the chiller, cooling tower, pumps, AHU coils and piping in order to support the additional load. All work under this contract will be performed within the confines of the Fort Hood Military Installation, at Fort Hood, TX. The Wage Determinations; General Decision Number TX140039 06/20/2014; Superseded General Decision Number: TX20130039; State: Texas; Construction Type: Building; Counties: Bell and Coryell Counties in Texas, will govern work under this contract Performance and payment bonds, in the bid amount, are required for this contract. A bid guarantee in the amount of 20% of the bid price is also required. An organized site visit will be conducted for this procurement. Details of that site visit will be available in the solicitation. Under this contract, the contractor shall provide all plant, supervision, labor, materials, equipment, supplies and transportation necessary to complete this scope of work. Except as provided elsewhere in this contract, all work shall comply with applicable State, local and Federal laws and regulations, industry and construction codes and standards, manufacturer's specifications and recommendations, and all contract special provisions, terms and conditions. The solicitation will be issued on or about 23 July 2014 under solicitation number W91151-14-B-0022 to the Federal Business Opportunity (FedBizOpps) at https://www.fbo.gov. No paper copies of this solicitation are available. Once the solicitation is posted, it is incumbent upon the interested parties to review this site frequently for any updates/amendments to all documents. Interested parties must be currently registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) at https://www.sam.gov to receive a government contract award. Bidders shall register in SAM as well at https://www.sam.gov. Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) must also be current to qualify to receive a contract award. Bidders shall register Representations and Certifications at http://orca.bpn.gov. The point of contact for this acquisition is Madge (Angie) Lewis, Contract Specialist, and can be contacted by email at madge.a.lewis2.civ@mail.mil.
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