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Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline August 4, 2017
This requirement is in support of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD), Directives Management Team, with the Operations Department (Code 10).  The requirement is for one (1) contractor (individual) to assist in the revising existing and /or assisting in the developing new command level directive, assist in the tracking of all edits and revisions, assist in the routing of draft directives, and assist in monitoring status to completion.
Minimum Qualifications have been set forth by the requiring activity as such:
Minimum Education Qualifications:
The proposed individual must possess a Bachelor's degree in business, communications, or related field from an accredited college or university.
Minimum Experience Qualifications:
Proposed individual should have two years' experience in the following:
Research, development, and drafting of Navy documents (policies) and forms, and knowledge of their role in supporting Command business and technical operations.
Possess strong analytical abilities and advanced writing capabilities to include proper sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and format.  
Advanced knowledge of MS-Word, to manage large documents to include section/chapter breaks, automatic table of contents, hyperlinks, import/export features, and advanced table development (forms). The ability to edit documents for complete content, logical sequence, and clarity.  
Knowledge of Adobe Professional and Adobe LiveCycle Designer (preferred) for the development of Command forms to include layout and design, captions and data fields, electronic signatures, etc.
Must possess knowledge of the Navy Correspondence Manual (SECNAV M-5216.5).
Individual must be capable of working with minimal supervision.
Education Substitution: In lieu of a Bachelor's degree in business, communications, or related field from an accredited college or university, an offeror may substitute a high school diploma or equivalent with six years of experience in the above.


Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 19, 2016
This information is for solicitation SPE1C1-16-R-0020.  The item is COAT, WOMEN'S, POLY/WOOL, MARINE CORPS, GREEN, SHADE 2212.  The applicable NSN for this procurement is 8410-01-413-2165(s).  The coats shall conform to the requirements of MIL-C-29427B dated 20 August 1999.  The pattern date is 5 September 2007.  The purchase quantity for the base year and four option periods is a minimum of 1,356 each and an annual order limitation quantity of 8,160 each.  The annual estimated quantity (AEQ) is 3,372 each.  The Marine Corps Coat will require source inspection and price will be FOB Destination.  The first delivery order is due 120 days after the date of award.  All materials used in the fabrication of the end item are to be furnished by the contractor with exception of the basic fabric (Cloth, Gabardine, MC, Green Shade 2212), which will be provided as GFM.  The storage facility for the cloth is in a depot in Lansing, MI.  The destination for the Marine Corps Coats is Travis Association for the Blind(VSTZ), Austin, TX.
The solicitation will be issued as a Total Small Business Set-Aside that will result in a firm fixed price contract, Indefinite Delivery - Indefinite Quantity Type Contract. This is a Best Value acquisition with Source Selection Procedures. The following factors will be utilized in descending order of importance:  Production Demonstration Model (PDM) and Past Performance Confidence Assessment. All evaluation factors other than cost or price, when combined, are significantly more important than cost or price.  As other evaluation factors become more equal, the evaluated cost or price becomes more important.
The Government anticipates that the number of most highly-rated proposals that might otherwise be included in the competitive range will exceed the number at which an efficient competition can be conducted.  The Contracting Officer may conduct the technical evaluation using a two-phase process, as contained in the Addendum to provision 52.212-2, Additional Source Selection Evaluation Procedures (applicable to Commercial Item Acquisitions only) or Section M (applicable to other than Commercial Item Acquisitions only).  During the first phase of this evaluation process, all offerors' Product Demonstration Models (PDMs) and proposed prices will be evaluated.  Those offerors who have submitted PDMs that are most highly rated and who have submitted price proposals that are realistic and competitive with other offerors who have submitted most highly rated PDMs will then be evaluated in the second phase of this evaluation process for the remaining technical evaluation factors.
All materials used in the fabrication of the end item are to be furnished by the contractor with the exception of the basic fabric which will be provided as Government Furnish Material (GFM).   The Government does not intend to use FAR part 12 for this acquisition.  Reference Numbered Notes 1, 9, and 26.
Availability of solicitations, FAR 5.102(d) applies, as our office no longer issues solicitations or amendments in paper form. Solicitation will be posted on  Detailed system requirements and instructions for registration can be found on the DLA DIBBS Home Page accessed on  A few highlights of the information that will be found include: 1. On the DLA Internet Bulletin Board System (DIBBS) Home Page, click the VENDOR REGISTRATION link to begin the registration process.  2. In order to register for access to secure portions of DLA DIBBS, the company you are representing must already be registered in the System for Award Management (  3. A Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code registration will be processed immediately.  A User ID will appear on the registration screen and a password will be sent separately to the email address of the Super User.  If a CAGE is already registered on DLA DIBBS, the name and email address of the Super User will be provided.  The Super User should be contacted to set-up additional accounts, logons and passwords for their CAGE.  DIBBS Super User * If your CAGE has already been registered on DIBBS, the name and email address of the person designated as your super user will be provided. * The representative who starts the DIBBS registration process has the option to accept their CCR registration POC as the DIBBS super user, or they can designate themselves or another person to act as the super user for the CAGE. * The super user acts as the account administrator for a CAGE. They can add up to ninety-eight (98) additional users, provide user IDs and passwords, modify existing users, and control the login status of each user for their CAGEs through My Account (Account Maintenance).
DLA-Troop Support has developed a web-based system that allows manufacturers the ability to request specifications, patterns and drawings on our contracting page. To request technical data for DLA Troop Support Clothing and Textiles (C&T) solicitations, use the following link to the DLA-Troop Support C&T Technical Data Repository area at
Important Note on Foreign content
The Defense appropriations and authorization acts and other statues (including what is commonly referred to as "The Berry Amendment") impose restrictions on the DoD's acquisition of foreign products and services.  Generally, Clothing and Textile items (as defined in DFARS clause 252.225-7012) and "specialty metals" (as defined in DFARS clause 252.25.7014), including the materials and components thereof (other than sensors, electronics, or other items added to, and not normally associated with clothing), must be grown, reprocessed, reused, melted or produced in the United States, its possessions or Puerto Rico, unless one of the DFARS 225.7002-2 exceptions applies.
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