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F--Plenum Cleaning

Department of Veterans Affairs, Phoenix VAMC | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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Plenum Cleaning Phoenix, AZ VA Health Care System

Fuel Polishing and Tank Cleaning

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published August 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
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The National Park Service is soliciting quotes from responsible, qualified small businesses for the cleaning (polishing) of diesel fuel in eight storage tanks, six generators, and the cleaning and removal of fuel in preparation of one tank closure at Yosemite National Park. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial services prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Part 12.603 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be used. A paper copy for this combined synopsis solicitation will NOT be available to Offerors. This solicitation is issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ) and is a total set-aside for small business concerns only. The Solicitation number is P16PS02504. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code that primarily applies, but not limited to, this solicitation is 811310 with a business size standard of $7.5 million in average annual receipts.

49--MACHINE,CLEANING

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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Proposed procurement for NSN 4940010585267 MACHINE,CLEANING: Line 0001 Qty 11.00 UI EA Deliver To: W1A8 DLA DISTRIBUTION By: 0323 DAYS ADOApproved source is 21361 0020SS. The solicitation is an RFQ and will be available at the link provided in this notice. Hard copies of this solicitation are not available. Specifications, plans, or drawings are not available. All responsible sources may submit a quote which, if timely received, shall be considered. Quotes must be submitted electronically.

S--Kitchen Exhaust and Grease Trap Systems Cleaning Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Great Lakes Healthcare System | Published November 20, 2017  -  Deadline November 28, 2017
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PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT KITCHEN EXHAUST SYSTEMS AND GREASE TRAP SYSTEMS CLEANING SERVICES 1.0 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES: The contractor shall provide all labor, travel, qualified supervision, apparatus, materials, equipment and supplies necessary to clean the kitchen exhaust systems and grease trap systems to bare metal at various kitchen locations and frequencies at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (FHCC) located in North Chicago, IL to ensure reliability and proper functionality of these utilities. 2.0 SCOPE OF WORK: The contractor must be a certified Exhaust Cleaning Company or a company that employs Certified Exhaust Cleaners that possess Plumbing Licenses. Acceptable certifications include Phil Ackland Certification, International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA), or a Kitchen Exhaust Cleaners Training and Certification Program created in compliance with ISO 9001. The Contractor shall have a crew Leader/Supervisor onsite for the duration of the cleaning operation that has either certifications in IKECA, CECS or CKEC in compliance with ISO9001. The Contractor shall be knowledgeable of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 96-Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards. At least one individual per team shall be able to read & write, understand and speak English. Specific Tasks/Deliverables Grease Hoods/Ducting Survey & Frequencies: Bldg 6 Patient Kitchen Main Kitchen/Room 112 has Four (4) Hoods which tie into One (1) Duct to Roof with 2 Roof Exhaust Units Local Identifier: HE (Hood Exhaust) #1 - #2 Semi-Annually (Every 6 months) Serving Line/Room 107 Grill Hood to Duct to Roof to Exhaust Unit. Local Identifier: HE-7 Tri-Annually (Every 4 months) Two (2) Make-Up Air Units with Local Identifiers being #MA1 & #MA4 Semi-Annually (Every 6 months) Bldg 133CA Canteen Main Kitchen/Room 1D250D has (2) Hoods that tie into (1) Duct to Roof to Exhaust Unit Local Identifier: EF (Exhaust Fan)-8 Semi-Annually (Every 6 months) Serving Line/Room 1D250 Grill Hood to Ducting to Roof to Exhaust Unit. Local Identifier: EF-11 Tri-Annually (Every 4 months) Bldg 133CA Room Service Kitchen Kitchen has (2) opposing Hoods with dedicated Wall Mounted Exhaust Fans directly outside. No Identifiers Semi-Annually (Every 6 months) Bldg 134 Room 1B105A Electric Range Residential Stove with a dedicated Wall Mounted Exhaust outside Annually (Every 12 months) Bldg 134 Room 2B2015A Electric Range Residential Stove with a dedicated Wall Mounted Exhaust outside Annually (Every 12 months) Services: The following services shall be performed to comply with the NFPA 96 Standards. Cleaning Standards: The contractor shall clean all grease exhaust systems, i.e. duct hoods, fans, fan housings and ductwork by removing all foreign material such as dirt and grease. Hoods, all ductwork and exhaust will be considered clean if there are no visible accumulations of dirt and grease. Cleaning will be done in accordance with NFPA 96 Standards. Grease Exhaust Duct Systems: Will comprise the duct system proper from the filters up and throughout its entirety including the exhaust fan, housing and fan wheel. It shall include all surfaces on which dirt and grease can be deposited in normal operations. The contractor will remove accumulations of all foreign matter, such as dirt and grease from the exhaust ducts beginning at the hood connection and extending to and including the exit stack. Ducts will be cleaned to bare metal. Exhaust Fans: Will comprise the complete fan assembly including the structural frame assemblies, housing, fan blades, braces, louvers and all other parts in the direct path of the grease laden air, except for the motor interior. The contractor will remove accumulations of all foreign matter, such as dirt and grease. Fans will be reassembled and reinstalled in a satisfactory working condition. Personnel Qualifications: The contractor shall employ only qualified, experienced and well trained workers who are skilled in performing the requirements of this service contract. They shall be physically able to perform the assigned work. De energizing/Energizing Equipment: The contractor shall be responsible for turning off and on all electrical units that pertain to the task of cleaning, using Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures as outlined by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 and VA Requirements. Environmental Health & Safety Requirements: Maintenance cleaning vendors that must come into a kitchen to clean and maintain kitchen exhaust hood and filter units MUST: 1.Wear head cover (a hat or hairnet). 2. Must not track into any food prep areas, outside soil or shoes or boots that are heavily laden with mud. 3. All food contact surface kitchen equipment must be protected, covered or shielded from extraneous dirt, dust, soil, or any accumulated substances (contaminants) that can be generated into airborne suspended particulates or sprays that can wind up being deposited later onto food prep surfaces over time. 4. When using the rest room facilities to perform biologic functions by nature, contractors must wash/sanitize/dry their hands afterwards. 5. If any contractor experiences flu like symptoms of fever, joint aches, chronic coughs, chronic sneezes, diarrhea, etc., must not work in kitchen. 6. When maintaining and cleaning kitchen exhaust units, outside contractors MUST NOT LEAVE AN OBVIOUS MESS BEHIND FOR KITCHEN EMPLOYEES TO CLEAN UP AFTERWARDS. At times, a little collateral debris can be expected, but still, maintenance contractors are EXPECTED to clean up after their work. This includes environmental surfaces like kitchen walls, floors, ceiling, air exhaust vents. 7. Contractor's tools, once soiled, or contaminated, must not be washed or cleaned by solvents in any of the hand wash sinks, produce sinks, or three tub sinks used by our kitchen personal to prepare food. Dispose of generated dry trash appropriately. 8. Contractors are not allowed, or given permission, to use the kitchen facilities to personally prepare, reheat, or cook any outside foods, or keep personal foods hot or cold, while they are working on their jobs. 9. All foods, pre packaged beverages, pre packaged foods, or any food item must be either removed to a protected area or be adequately covered to ensure against contamination as a consequence of exhaust cleaning & maintenance. 10. The contractor shall always ensure and activate SAFETY PROTECTION PROTOCOLS for unexpected fires, falls, trip hazards, cuts, abrasions, burns, electric shock, and setting up ladders for climbing inside the kitchen environment. 11. The contractor shall provide a written report/document within 24 hours after the cleaning of each system verifying the cleaning was performed in accordance with NFPA 96. The report shall include any areas where cleaning could not be accomplished and why the cleaning was not accomplished. The report shall also include any system components that were found deficient during cleaning. 12. The contractor shall provide scheduling to the COR at least one (1) week before services are performed. 13. When cleaning procedures are completed, the contractor shall post a certificate/sticker on the Hood indicating the date of cleaning, date of next service, name of company and contact information. 3.0 HOURS OF OPERATION: Normal hours of coverage for FHCC are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm CST, excluding holidays. All services will be performed after normal hours of coverage. Holidays include: New Years' Day Labor Day Martin Luther King Day Columbus Day Presidents' Day Veterans' Day Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day Independence Day Christmas Day 4.0 PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (FHCC) 3001 Green Bay Road North Chicago, IL 60064-3048 (various kitchen locations throughout the campus) 5.0 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Base Year: Date of Award through November 30, 2018 Option Year 1: December 1, 2018 through November 30, 2019 Option Year 2: December 1, 2019 through November 30, 2020 Option Year 3: December 1, 2020 through November 30, 2021 Option Year 4: December 1, 2021 through November 30, 2022

Cleaning Services

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
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A.This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. B.The Great Plains Area Indian Health Service (I.H.S.) intends to award a firm-fixed price, personal service purchase order, commercial service, in response to Request for Quote (RFQ) 16-5622. This is for cleaning services located at the Dunseith Public Health Nursing. Please see attached Statement of Work. C. This is an Open-Market solicitation. NAICS code is 561720 - Janitorial Services, Small Business Size Standard is $18.0 Million D.The unit price must be all inclusive and all other cost pertinent to the performance of this contract. Utilize your most competitive and reasonable rates. 1.The period of performance will be for 160 hours for eight months in accordance to Statement of Work. E.Services will be provided at Dunseith Public Health Nursing Office located in Dunseith, N.D. 58329 F. FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (July 2013).Quotes shall be submitted on company letterhead stationery, signed and dated. And it shall include the following in order to be considered technically acceptable:1.Solicitation number RFQ-16-1449.2.Closing date: May 27, 2016 at 11:00 am CST.3.Name, address, and telephone number of company and email address of contact person.4.Technical description of the item/service being offered in sufficient detail to evaluate compliance with the requirements of the solicitation. This may include product literature, or other documents, if necessary.5.Terms of any express warranty.6.Price and any discount terms.7."Remit to" address, if different than mailing address.8.Complete the attached FAR and HHSAR (Health and Human Services Acquisition Regulations) provisions and clauses applicable to this acquisition, including:9.FAR 52.212-2 - Evaluation - Commercial Items (Oct 2014).The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the lowest responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers:Price10.FAR 52.212-3 - Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items (Nov 2015).This must be completed by the Offeror. See attachment for full text. The Offeror shall complete only paragraph (b) of this provision if the Offeror has completed the annual representations and certification electronically via the System for Award Management (SAM) website accessed through http://www.acquisition.gov. If the Offeror has not completed the annual representations and certifications electronically, the Offeror shall complete only paragraphs (c) through (p) of this provision. 11.FAR 52.212-4 - Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items (May 2015) (Incorporated by Reference; and12.FAR 52.212-5 - Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items (Feb 2016).13.CV/resume stating ability to meet qualifications and the requirements of the Statement of Work.14.A statement specifying the extent of agreement with all terms, conditions, and provisions included in the solicitation. Offerors that fail to furnish required representations or information, or reject the terms and conditions of the solicitation may be excluded from consideration. 15.Evaluation will also be based on "compliance with OEM PM Specifications which is required by Joint Commission Standards for medical equipment maintenance programs, especially Life Support Equipment", then the Lowest Price Technically Acceptable.16.The full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at: https://www.acquisition.gov/?q=browsefar G. Attached are the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Health & Human Services Acquisition Regulation (HHSAR) clauses that are applicable AT THE END OF ATTACHED CLAUSES. H. Offers will be accepted electronically, Submit via e-mail to the following:Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Healthcare Facility I.H.S.April Metcalfe, Purchase Agent1300 Hospital Loop, PO Box 160, Belcourt, N.D. 58316Phone: 701-477-8416 Fax: 701-477-2527e-mail: april.metcalfe@ihs.gov Any questions please submit by May 27th, 2016 by 11 am CST. Contractors will need to fill out attached SF-1449 to verify DUNS number, TIN number, and be registered with www.SAM.gov.    

Cleaning services

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published June 27, 2016  -  Deadline July 15, 2016
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A. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. B. The Great Plains Area Indian Health Service (I.H.S.) intends to award a firm-fixed price, personal service purchase order, commercial service, in response to Request for Quote (RFQ) 16-5622. This is for cleaning services located at the Dunseith Public Health Nursing. Please see attached Statement of Work. C. This is an Open-Market solicitation. NAICS code is 561720 - Janitorial Services, Small Business Size Standard is $18.0 Million D. The unit price must be all inclusive and all other cost pertinent to the performance of this contract. Utilize your most competitive and reasonable rates. 1. The period of performance will be for period of performance from 8/1/16 to 1/31/17 in accordance to Statement of Work. 2. Contracting Employee will need to pass a background check. Finger prints will be completed at Quentin N. Burdick Healthcare Facility located in Belcourt, N.D. 58316. 3. For each potential candidate, a completed and signed Optional Form 306 Addendum to Declaration for Federal Employment. Please see "Note to proposed Contractor" below.4. The selected vendor will have the required background documents emailed to them. E. Services will be provided at Dunseith Public Health Nursing Office located in Dunseith, N.D. 58329 F. FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (July 2013).Quotes shall be submitted on company letterhead stationery, signed and dated. And it shall include the following in order to be considered technically acceptable:1. Solicitation number RFQ-16-1449.2. Closing date: July 15th, 2016 at 11:00 am CST.3. Name, address, and telephone number of company and email address of contact person.4. Technical description of the item/service being offered in sufficient detail to evaluate compliance with the requirements of the solicitation. This may include product literature, or other documents, if necessary.5. Terms of any express warranty.6. Price and any discount terms.7. "Remit to" address, if different than mailing address.8. Complete the attached FAR and HHSAR (Health and Human Services Acquisition Regulations) provisions and clauses applicable to this acquisition, including:9. FAR 52.212-2 - Evaluation - Commercial Items (Oct 2014).The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the lowest responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers:Price10. FAR 52.212-3 - Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items (Nov 2015).This must be completed by the Offeror. See attachment for full text. The Offeror shall complete only paragraph (b) of this provision if the Offeror has completed the annual representations and certification electronically via the System for Award Management (SAM) website accessed through http://www.acquisition.gov. If the Offeror has not completed the annual representations and certifications electronically, the Offeror shall complete only paragraphs (c) through (p) of this provision. 11. FAR 52.212-4 - Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items (May 2015) (Incorporated by Reference; and12. FAR 52.212-5 - Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items (Feb 2016).13. CV/resume stating ability to meet qualifications and the requirements of the Statement of Work.14. A statement specifying the extent of agreement with all terms, conditions, and provisions included in the solicitation. Offerors that fail to furnish required representations or information, or reject the terms and conditions of the solicitation may be excluded from consideration. 15. The full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at: https://www.acquisition.gov/?q=browsefar G. Attached are the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Health & Human Services Acquisition Regulation (HHSAR) clauses that are applicable AT THE END OF ATTACHED CLAUSES. H. Offers will be accepted electronically, Submit via e-mail to the following:Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Healthcare Facility I.H.S.April Metcalfe, Purchase Agent1300 Hospital Loop, PO Box 160, Belcourt, N.D. 58316Phone: 701-477-8416 Fax: 701-477-2527e-mail: april.metcalfe@ihs.gov Any questions please submit by July 15th, 2016 by 11 am CST. Contractors will need to fill out attached SF-1449 to verify DUNS number, TIN number, and be registered with www.SAM.gov. Note to the Proposed Contractor: I. Security ClearanceJ. Performance of this contract will require routine access by employees of the Contractor or its subcontractors to facilities or systems controlled by the IHS (Indian Health Service). Before starting work requiring routine access to IHS facilities or systems each person must complete an FBI National Criminal History Check (Fingerprint Check) adjudicated by an IHS employee using the Office of Personnel Management Personnel Investigations Processing System. Contractors shall allow five business days for IHS processing of fingerprints taken electronically at an IHS site and thirty business days for non-electronic processing of fingerprints using FBI Form FD-258. A list of IHS sites with electronic fingerprint capability is available from the Contracting Officer.K. The IHS utilizes the eQIP (Electronic Questionnaire Investigations Processing) system to process background investigations. Contractors are required to work with the Service Unit Background Coordinator or other designee to properly complete their eQIP entry without error. Proper submission of the eQIP entry to the OPM (Office of Personnel Management) is required prior to the individual being allowed to begin their performance under this contract. Computers have been provided to the Service Unit for this purpose.L. OIG Exclusion ListM. No contract award shall be made to a vendor or provider listed on the OIG Exclusion List (http://exclusions.oig.hhs.gov) throughout the duration of the contract. Should a candidate be found with a non-favorable security clearance it shall be the contractor's responsibility to replace the candidate working under the contract/purchase order with a suitable candidate. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to notify the Acquisition Office is there is a change in provider.N. In addition, no Contractor or subcontractor employee shall be permitted to perform work under this contract if listed on the LEIE (HHS Office of Inspector General List of Excluded Individuals/Entities), http://exclusions.oig.hhs.gov. As soon as practicable prior to the performance of the work, the Contractor shall provide to the Contracting Officer the names of all individuals to be used in performance of work for screening against the LEIE. During the performance, the Contractor shall provide the Contracting Officer the names of any additional or substitute employees for screening before they begin work.O. The Contractor is responsible for conducting security preclearance investigations in sufficient depth to ensure that each Contractor or subcontractor employee referred to IHS is not on the LEIE and can obtain a favorable fingerprint clearance. Each security preclearance shall be conducted sufficiently in advance of the start of performance to avoid delays caused by denial of access. If this is a Time and Materials, Labor-Hour, or Cost-Reimbursement contract, the contractor shall not charge for or be reimbursed for labor hours or other costs incurred for employees who are unable to perform due to denial or access or the excess time required to resolve and clear unfavorable security clearance findings. If this is a Fixed-Price contract, denial of access due to security clearance findings shall not be a basis for excusable delay or an increase to the contract amount.P. The Government will pay for the cost to process the contractor's suitability clearances. However, multiple investigations for the same position may, at the Contracting Officer's discretion, lead to a reduction(s) in the contract price of no more than the cost of the investigation(s).Q. EMPLOYEE HEALTH REQUIREMENTSR. Contract Providers shall provide health information, proof of immunizations as recommended by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) concerning health-care workers in the United States. Health information must include previous immunization history and proof of the following immunization records: Hepatitis B (Vaccination-declination required), Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella, Influenza, and Tuberculosis.  

J--Wilmington VAMC HVAC/GRD Duct Cleaning BASE CONTRACT + ONE OPTION PERIOD

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published August 9, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
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1. The Wilmington Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Wilmington, Delaware, plans to be soliciting proposals seeking a contractor to provide cleaning of HVAC grilles, diffusers and other ductwork. The contractor shall provide all necessary labor, materials, equipment and supervision to perform the required services in accordance with the statement of work. 2. The following is a general description of the required work: a. Semi-Annual service contract for cleaning. Contractor will provide labor, equipment, materials and supervision needed to perform the cleaning of all of the Supply, Return and Exhaust grilles and diffusers of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems throughout VAMC Wilmington, DE. b. Work requires the use of HEPA vacuum and disinfectant for the cleaning of grilles, diffusers and ductwork. c. All ductwork will be cleaned as far as can be reached. d. Work covers building #1, Clinical Addition, Community Living Center and all outer buildings on station, approximately 500,000 GSF. e. Contractor must be in compliance with OSHA and safety requirements. f. Work will be done in a professional manner and not to disrupt patients or residents. Work will be arranged through the engineering office. All work will be completed between the hours of 4:00 pm and 2:00 am, Monday - Thursday. g. Service is required two times per contract year, at intervals of 5-7 months between cleanings. The forthcoming solicitation will be procured as a 100% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small-Business Set-aside. The subject acquisition shall be solicited in accordance with FAR Part 12 - Acquisition of Commercial Items and FAR 13.5 Simplified Acquisition Procedures. Contractors must have a currently valid registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) website, and must be currently verified in the VetBiz/VIP website. The solicitation is planned to be posted on the FBO website approximately on or about 08/12/2013. Point of Contact: Peter T. Santangelo - Contracting Officer.

Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
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Period of Performance Awarded: 5/1/2015 to 4/30/2018 Base Year: 5/1/2015 to 4/30/2016 Estimated Dollar Amount: $1,148,370.75 First Option Year: 5/1/2016 to 4/30/2017 Estimated Dollar Amount: $1,169,263.50 Second Year Option: 5/1/2017 to 4/30/2018 Estimated Dollar Amount: $1,183,307.50

S--Phoenix VA Environmental Cleaning Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Southern Arizona Health Care System | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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The purpose of this notice is to state that solicitation VA258-16-R-0323 will be posted on or about June 22, 2016.

R--HVAC System Environmental Cleaning

Department of Veterans Affairs, West Palm Beach VAMC | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline September 21, 2015
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No Description Provided

S--Cleaning services for AURORA CBOC

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Great Lakes Healthcare System | Published August 10, 2015
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No Description Provided

70 -- ULTRIUM TAPEs and CLEANING CARTRIDGES

Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command | Published April 20, 2015  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
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IF YOU ARE A SMALL BUSINESS AND CAN PROVIDE A QUOTE, PLEASE DO SO. This will be an all or none based award. The Government will accept quotes from all responsible sources with the capability to provide the brand name or equal product cited and will award a contract resulting from this RFQ 15-Q-1438 to the responsible vendor whose offer conforms to the solicitation and is considered to be most advantageous to the Government. An equal must be an exact equal and will require approval by the originator prior to award. All part numbers must be manufacturer's part numbers. All quotes must include the delivery lead time after award of contract. All items must be on contract at time of submission. All quotes MUST state whether or not the items quoted are TAA compliant. If the quote does not state whether the items are TAA compliant or not, the quote will be rendered incomplete and will not be used. Vendors must be registered in the Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). If you are not registered, your quote may be refused. Please keep your SAM updated. Please include your CAGE code on your quote. UID labels are required for all items with a unit price of $5,000.00 or over (MIL-STD-130N W/Change 1, 15-JUN-07). Quote is due to Stanley Watson, Business Specialist, SPAWARSYSCEN, Atlantic by 4/27/2015 3:00 P.M. Eastern Standard. Quotes will be accepted via email: stanley.watson@navy.mil. If you have questions/concerns, please email them. The Government will not pay for any information received. The government will accept proposals via email at stanley.watson@navy.mil. PLEASE REFER TO THIS NUMBER IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE SOLICITION 15-Q-1438.

S--VA786-15-R-0033 | Florida NC; Base & 4 Opt Yrs New Headstone Cleaning and Trimming Services Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT OF SUBJECT REQUIREMENT. The contractor shall provide all necessary supervision, labor, materials, supplies, tools and equipment necessary to accomplish headstone cleaning and trimming services at Florida National Cemetery (FNC), 6502 SW 102nd Avenue, Bushnell, FL 33513. Contract period will consist of a Base and four (4) Option Years, from (date of contract award/notice to proceed). The Contractor overall responsibility will require contractor to plan, coordinate, organize, manage, and perform the activities described which are to maintain an acceptable appearance of the cemetery grounds. This acquisition is 100% set aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. (SDVOSB) The NAICS Code is 812220. Size standard of $20.5 million is applicable. Evaluation criteria for this award: Technical Capabilities (including sub-factors), and Past Performance, when combined are significantly more important than price. Technical Capabilities Sub-factors one (1), two (2), and three (3) are equal in importance. Technical Capabilities are equal in importance to Past Performance. Technical Capabilities are significantly more important than Price or Cost. Past Performance are significantly more important than price or cost. RFPs will be evaluated for technical merit, past performance, and price reasonableness. Electronic solicitation will be available for download from http://www.FedBizOpps.gov on or around December 15, 2014. Responses to the solicitation are due by 1:00 p.m., EDT on January 15, 2015. Offerors are advised that they are responsible for obtaining amendments to the solicitation which is available at Fed Biz Opps. No paper copies will be issued. Offerors are responsible for obtaining any and all amendment or additional information via the fedbizopps website. Potential contractors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registry to be eligible for award (see Internet site: http://www.sams.gov/). Additionally all prospective offerors via www.vetbiz.gov must ensure their respective firm is certified as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. (SDVOSB), before submission of proposal and after evaluation for possible award of contract. Failure to do so will make your offer non-responsive to this solicitation. All proposals are to be submitted by US mail service only; no proposal will be accepted by email or otherwise. Please mail your proposal to: Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration (NCA), Contracting Service MSN II Office, Atlanta, 1700 Clairmont Road, 4th Floor, Decatur, GA 30033. Attn of: Mr. Charles A. Daniels

Custodial Services in Lincoln, RI

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published March 28, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
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The Army Contracting Command-New Jersey has a requirement for custodial services in Lincoln, RI.  The contractor shall provide all personnel, supplies, supervision, tools, materials, equipment, transportation and other items and non-personal services necessary to provide custodial services at the Army Maintenance Support Activity (AMSA) #68 (G), 42 Albion Road, Lincoln, RI 02865-3707.  The basic services include sweeping, cleaning, vacuuming, emptying waste containers, mopping, waxing and buffing, shampooing of carpets, rugs ad cleaning and restocking supplies in the restrooms in accordance with the Performance Work Statement (PWS).  The anticipated contract type is a Firm-Fixed-Price contract with a period of performance of a twelve (12) month base period and four (4) one year option periods from date of award.  This aquisition is a total small business set-aside.  The points of contact for this action are Robert MacFarlane, Contract Specialist, at (609) 562-4243 or robert.b.macfarlane3.civ@mail.mil and Rita Heyboer, Contracting Officer, at (609) 562-2185 or rita.m.heyboer.civ@mail.mil.

Recycle Center Operations at HAFB

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 29, 2016
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Holloman AFB operates a Qualified Recycling Program (QRP) as a component of the installation's integrated solid waste management program. The Recycling Center is located adjacent to Building 1266 at 1641 Vandergrift Road, Holloman AFB, NM 88330. The Center includes a compound surrounded by chain link fence. There are lockable gates on the North, East and West sides thus providing security for equipment and materials housed within the fenced area. The Center will be locked when personnel are not present. There are bins located outside of the gate to provide a 24/7 recycling drop-off location during nights, weekends and holidays. These bins are currently set up for mixed paper and cardboard only. All recyclable materials are collected regularly from drop-off locations throughout the base. This material is transported to the Recycling Center to be sorted and processed (baled or packaged) as required. All material is stored for future sale. Kick-Off Meeting: The Contractor shall attend a Project kick-off meeting or teleconference within 30 days of contract award to discuss task requirements and expectations.Recycling Center Operational Support Tasks: The Contractor shall perform the following tasks as part of operational support of the Holloman AFB Recycling Center:Perform all on-base Recycling Center activities using Contractor and government furnished equipment. Current activities include the recycling of paper, cardboard, aluminum cans and toner cartridges. Other materials such as scrap metal, wood pallets, and miscellaneous items will be handled on an as needed basis.• Recover, empty and relocate recyclable trailers and dumpsters to designated locations as required.• Screen, sort and prepare recyclables for processing, storage and or transport. (Ensure that excluded materials are not sold.)• Assist and consult base personnel on facility recyclable operations.• Keep area clean and secured.• Escort recycling vendors for collection and sale.• Assist with coordination and turn in of material to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services (DLADS) when required.• Keep records and report to COR and Holloman QRP Manger of all activities.• Submit invoices to Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) on a monthly basis.• Provide miscellaneous and expendable supplies used at the Recycling Center not-to-exceed $1,250 per quarter such as: 1) single loop bailer wire; 2) hardware (nuts, bolts, etc.); 3) machine/plastic wrap for shredded paper bales; 4) tires for equipment/trailers; 5) push brooms and cleaning supplies; 6) oil, hydraulic fluid, grease and applicators (grease guns); and 6) equipment gas/diesel and containers.• Coordinate miscellaneous and minor repairs to equipment tires and mechanical/electrical parts.  

Window Washing Service

Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published May 11, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Statement of Work Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton (Hospital Window Washing) 1. BACKGROUND: The facility maintenance requirements changed significantly at NHCP when it transition was completed from H100 to H200 on 01OCT14. The design of the facility, in support of LEEDs standards, optimizes the use of natural lighting using extensive edifice window surfacing. The access to window and ledge surfaces present unique challenges due to the height, variety, and configuration of the windows, window frames and interior and exterior window ledges and related architectural design details. Patient care activities and command operations on a daily basis create additional access and cleaning challenges. Although roof top anchoring devices are in place to support window cleaning platforms, exterior design details such as light diffusing awning panels disallow optimal use of such cleaning platforms requiring the use of other methodologies to reach and clean windows, solar panel, and related edifice surfaces. The four story facility has two internal atriums with floor to ceiling window surfaces and a pedestrian bridge between the main building and its parking structure which structure has solar panels composed of glass surfacing which requires cleaning as part of window/glass surfaces cleaning requirements. The facility is situated on board Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California (MCB-CP) at the main gate entry point at the intersections of I-5, Oceanside Harbor Drive and Vandergrift Boulevard. Although considered an "open base", access is at the discretion of the United States Marine Corps and may be approved or denied dependent upon security conditions. Typically, contractors and/or commercial vehicles are required to provide vehicle operator's license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance to be granted entry. 2. SCOPE: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, tools, supervision, material, parts, equipment, and transportation necessary to conduct exterior and interior window cleaning operations. Said cleaning operations must be in compliance with OSHA safety requirements and DOL standards. All equipment used must be compatible with surface weight bearing standards which surfaces include concrete, asphalt, natural stone surfaces on compacted sand subsurface, and/or mulch topped plant beds on natural soil surfaces. Additional safety requirements regarding harnessing, tie-downs, anchoring or mobile platform or lift equipment safety may be imposed by the Safety Manager, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton (NHCP) in compliance with established rules, regulations and protocols as deemed necessary to ensure the safety of the service provider as well as that of the patients, staff and visitors of NHCP. 3. OBJECTIVES/GOALS: All windows will be cleaned using traditional methods and tools (squeegees, DI water, water fed poles, extension poles, ladders, swing stages and boom lifts). 4. TASKS/REQUIREMENTS: Exterior Perimeter Window Cleaning - Exterior window cleaning of entire building as well as window frames and mullions. All glass will be cleaned by hand utilizing squeegees with utilization of boom lifts and a double cable swing stage to access higher glass. Safety harnesses and individual ties will be used by each technician for safety while in elevated platforms. - All solar panels shall be cleaned utilizing boom lifts, DI water, and water fed poles. Special care will be taken to protect solar panel circuitry and electrical connections. Interior Window Cleaning - All interior perimeter windows, window frames and mullions will be hand cleaned utilizing squeegees and low ladders. In the north side lobby area, an articulating boom will be utilized in order to reach high glass, frames and mullions. - Adjacent interior ledges and surfaces will be cleaned in conjunction with the cleaning of the interior windows to remove dust and dirt and be wiped clean with no streaking or remnants of cleaning solutions. 5. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY/TASKS: The Government will provide access to the facility to the supplier to permit completion of tasks specified by the Government. The Government will provide access to power, water and drain sources and access to facilities, i.e., restrooms, parking. The Government will be responsible for inspecting the work for quality control purposes and affect timely payment for services rendered. 6. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS: The supplier will be required to provide information acceptable to meet Security Department requirements for access to the facility and the issuance of temporary access badges to the supplier's employees sufficient to conduct assigned tasks. 7. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Building H-200 200 Mercy Circle Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5191 8. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Base Year: June 1, 2015 through April 30, 2016 9. SITE VISIT: Contractors are highly encouraged to attend the site visit scheduled on May 14, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) to satisfy all general and local conditions that may affect the cost of contract performance and to ensure understanding of the current operations and business requirements. Interested contractors are to report to the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, Building H-200, 200 Mercy Circle, 1st Floor/ Quarterdeck Lobby, Camp Pendleton, CA, 92055-5191. Though this is not a mandatory site visit, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU ATTEND. This site visit will not be repeated. In no event shall failure to inspect the site constitute grounds for a claim after contract award. Contractor questions in direct relation to the project will not be accepted/answered until after the site visit with final questions accepted if received by May 18, 2015; 10:00a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time). 10. HEALTH SCREENING REQUIREMENTS: Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's (NHCP) Health Industry Representative (HIR) Health Screening Requirements Policy Statement and the Joint Commission Hospital Accreditation Standards of 2014, NHCP requires all HIRs (defined as individuals performing a health or medical equipment-related service(s), who come within three feet of patients or a sterile field) to maintain health screening including an influenza vaccination (within last 12 months) and a tuberculosis screening (within last 60 months) prior to receiving access to NHCP. Health screening may be submitted to Ms. Denise Mullins via email at NHCP_OMSCREEN@med.navy.mil, via fax at 760-725-3786, or via mail at: Department of the Navy Commanding Officer Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton ATTN: Occupational Health Department Box 555191 Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5191 11. EVALUATION CRITERIA: Award will be made to the schedule contractor that represents the "best value" as defined as "the expected outcome of an acquisition that, in the Government's estimation, provides the greatest overall benefit in response to the requirement" using the following evaluation criteria: a. Contractor Location: Contractor facility must be located within 100 miles of the boundary of Camp Pendleton, CA. b. Contractor Understanding of the Requirement: Contractor must provide project plan/overview of the Government requirement to determine and evaluate the contractor understanding of the Government requirements contained in this Statement of Work (SOW) and solicitation amendments posted through/prior to the solicitation close date. c. Safety Plan: Contractor to provide overview of project safety plan proposed for meeting the Government/SOW requirements. d. Company Overview/Experience: Company overview and references of a least three of the same or similar projects. References must contain brief overview of the project and customer contact Information. e. Past Performance: Will be evaluated as Acceptable or Unacceptable based on past performance information obtained from any other sources available to the Government, to include, but not limited to, the Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS). In the case of a scheduled contractor without a record of relevant past performance or for whom information on past performance is not available, the scheduled contractor will not be evaluated favorably or unfavorably on past performance. f. Price: No additional information from the contractor will be required if the price is based on adequate price competition. In the event adequate price competition does not exist, the contracting officer will obtain information from the scheduled contractor to the extent required to determine the reasonableness of the offered prices. Contractor offer must be priced in the following format: PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: June 1, 2015 through May 31, 2016 CLIN 0001: Exterior Window Cleaning for the entire building (H-200) inclusive of solar panel cleaning. Three (3) times per year, actual cleaning date to be mutually agreed upon be both parties (Government & Contractor): Quantity Unit Unit Price Extended Price 3 EA tiny_mce_marker_________ tiny_mce_marker______________ CLIN 0002: Interior Window Cleaning for the entire perimeter of building (H-200). Three (3) times per year, actual cleaning date to be mutually agreed upon be both parties (Government & Contractor): Quantity Unit Unit Price Extended Price 3 EA tiny_mce_marker_________ tiny_mce_marker______________ TOTAL PRICE: tiny_mce_marker_______________________________ Past Performance Evaluation Ratings Rating Description Acceptable Based on the scheduled contractor's performance record, the Government has a reasonable expectation that the scheduled contractors will successfully perform the required effort, or the scheduled contractor's performance record is unknown. Unacceptable Based on the scheduled contractors performance record, the Government has no reasonable expectation that the scheduled contractors will be able to successfully perform the required effort. (End of Statement of Work)

S--Floor (Hard), Carpet Care and Upholstery Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Southern Arizona Health Care System | Published January 4, 2016  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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D. 1 STATEMENT OF WORK 1.0 PURPOSE Service Contract to correct the condition and the appearance of the floors, carpet and upholstery throughout the Phoenix Veterans Hospital located at 650 E. Indian School Road Phoenix AZ 85012. 2.0 CONTRACT SUBMITTAL AND CODE REQUIRMENTS 2.1 This project includes but is not limited to the following work elements; all necessary labor, equipment, materials, supplies and incidentals shall be furnished by the contractor. The contractor shall provide all general labor to move and replace furniture and other incidental office items that might impede task(s) performance of this contract. No alterations, additions or deletions shall be made unless prior written approval is given by the Contracting Officer (CO). 2.2 The contractor shall provide the management expertise to accomplish not only the individual tasks specified within, but also to provide an acceptable environmental appearance that reflects the accomplishment of the required floor care program. Contractor shall provide advanced schedules which shall be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) to perform work IAW the SOW. Contractor shall provide the CO and the COR a monthly report detailing total work accomplished for that month. Work accomplished shall mirror monthly schedule provided by the contractor. Any discrepancies shall be documented and if work is not on schedule or fails to meet the standards set in place; then corrective action may be taken. 2.3 In addition to these services, the contractor shall provide other incidental tasks that are not specifically stated but normally included as general practice with this industry. The contractor shall identify these tasks/services and submit them along with their proposal to the CO. The contractor submitted tasks/services will be reviewed by the PVAHCS facilities management section (FMS) and may be incorporated into the final contract through amendment/modification if determined appropriate. 2.4 Contractor furnished supplies and equipment: all chemicals shall comply with industry standards, and require initial approval by the PVAHCS infection control committee. The contractor shall submit material safety data sheets (MSDS) and other available product descriptions to the contracting officer representative (COR) for committee review and approval. All contractors proposed substitutions or replacements after the initial committee approval requires additional approval before the product may be used. 2.5 The Certification and Accreditation requirements do not apply and a Security Accreditation Package is not required. 2.6 The device/service will not be storing/collecting any data released outside the VA. There is no sensitive information to protect. 2.7 Contractor shall remove all accumulated debris and other generated waste resulting from the worksite and VA premises. Worksite shall be cleaned upon completion of work at the end of each workday. 3.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK 3.1 The following floor care standards/specifications are included as the acceptable minimum level of service. These floor care standards/specifications are not to be construed as all inclusive. Any services/items not expressly incorporated, but determined essential to care for floors in accordance with industry standards, shall be included as though written into these standards/specifications. 3.2 Major floor care tasks such as vinyl composite tile (VCT) stripping, waxing and burnishing, and carpet cleaning shall be performed in a professional manner consistent with industry standards. A minimum of three coats of wax will be applied to VTC floors. Note: Wax must be high solids, low odor and non-yellowing maintaining excellent clear color. 3.3 Frequencies, as set forth in the following specifications are approximate, traffic and wear on applied floor care products may necessitate increased performance frequencies, which shall be determined by the COR. 3.4 The contractor shall maintain all floors in such a manner as to promote floor-covering longevity; and after each task is completed, floors shall be left in a clean and safe condition. 3.5 No electrical equipment (i.e. personal computers, typewriters, clocks, etc.) shall be unplugged from electrical outlets to make room to use cleaning equipment. All extension cords used in the performance of this contract shall be hospital grade international electro-technical commission (IEC) approved power cords. They shall not be frayed, or have nicks/cuts in their insulation; and they shall be immediately removed from service and replaced by the contractor should their condition become hazardous. 3.6 All VCT flooring shall be maintained to a clean streak free appearance, ensuring a high luster that is free of swirls, hair, lint and other visible debris. All VCT flooring shall initially be completely stripped and refinished; then maintained over the term of the contract per the following floor care specifications. 3.6.1 Contractor shall be required to contact the COR at least ten (10) working days prior to beginning work. Frequency Definitions: Weekly Once every week Monthly Once every month Quarterly Once every three (3) months Yearly Once a year Floor Care Specifications: Vinyl Composite Tile (VCT) Floors* 3.6.1.1 Scrub and Recoat - Machine scrub entire floor surface with floor buffer. Hand scrub floor edges, corners and cove base tile or baseboards during the floor machine scrubbing process. Recoat floors with a minimum of three (3) coats of floor finish. Monthly 3.6.1.2 Full strip and wax - Machine strip old wax off entire floor surface with floor buffer. Hand strip floor edges, corners, and cove base tile or baseboards during the floor machine scrubbing process. Recoat floors with a minimum of three (3) coats of floor finish. Yearly 3.6.1.3 High speed floor burnishing. Weekly 3.7 Wax-able vinyl flooring, and non-wax floors that have been previously waxed, are included for performance under this contract. 3.8 Carpet cleaning will utilize a neutral extraction cleaner and our Low Moisture Cleaning with soil and stain protections. The process should provide the following benefits when cleaning carpet: " Stain resistance " Ultra low VOC's " Reduces Cleaning Cycle Frequencies " Quickly dries with no residue build-up " Eliminates rapid re-soiling caused by traditional cleaners 3.9 The contractor shall provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to thoroughly clean fabric upholstered chairs. The chairs are located in various locations throughout the medical center. The contractor will thoroughly scrub and clean all fabric chairs using non-abrasive environmentally safe cleaners in accordance with the manufacturers cleaning instructions. All hard surfaces will be wiped and cleaned to include legs, arms, and under-surfaces. Cloth surfaces on chairs must be cleaned of any and all stains, dirt, hair, oil and dust and the hard surfaces must be free of all dust, dirt and grime. Work will be performed on site at various locations. All chairs will be returned to the particular work station from which they were taken to be cleaned. Brief Description of Breakdown 1. Strip and Refinish VTC Floors (200,000 Sq. Ft. for each period of performance) 2. Carpet Cleaning monthly as required (10,000 Sq. Ft. for each period of performance) 3.VCT-Scrub & Recoat (Monthly) as required (200,000 Sq. Ft. for each period of performance) 4. Burnishing (Weekly) as required (400,000 Sq. Ft. for each period of performance) 5. Ceramic Tile (Monthly Scrub) Approximately 50,000 Sq. Ft. for each period of performance) 6. Upholstery Cleaning (Monthly) (Estimated 3000 pieces which includes 700 chairs. Note the chairs are a combination of fabric backs and vinyl seats or all Vinyl or fabric. Some will require spot cleaning and others complete cleaning). Approximately 1500 pieces shall be cleaned for each period of performance. 7. All carpet is standard commercial 4.0 PROJECT SCOPE 4.1 All Floors and Carpet located throughout building 1, 2, 6, 16, 21, 31, 34. 5.0 DELIVERABLES 5.1 The reports shall contain at a minimum the following information: 1. Start/finish dates 2. Contractor individuals performing service 3. Work being performed 4. Training: Provide what training was conducted, who conducted training, who received training 5. Problems encountered: Identify any problems, issues or delays and recommendations to their resolution, any corrective actions that were taken to resolve problems 6. Signature Block: Certifying that above work has been completed. Include signature space for the client and the contractor. Supplies and services shall be performed in accordance with terms, conditions and specifications contained herein. 6.0 SUBMITTALS REQUIRED FOR PROJECT 1. NA 7.0 VA FURNISHED MATERIAL(S) 1. The VA will provide water and electrical for the duration of the project at the site. This will come from existing building. 8.0 OPERATING HOURS/SUPERVISION: 8.1 The contractor operational hours shall between 3:30 P.M. and 12:00 A.M. Sunday through Thursday. Contractor will not be required to work on federal holidays and weekends. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be observed as a legal holiday. When a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed by U.S. government agencies. 8.2 Contractor may work beyond the specified time but not later than 4:00 A.M. each day. If a decision is made to work beyond the 12:00 A.M. time frame, the COR shall be notified. Contractor shall provide supervisory personnel on the job site while work is being performed. 9.0 SAFETY: 9.1 Contractor shall, at all time, be safety conscious and will discontinue work in case of emergency, adverse reactions to chemicals or fumes by patient/staff, and report same to the COR. 9.2 Contractor shall also suspend work at any time that said work interferes with normal or emergency facilities operations and notify the COR. Contractor shall safe guard and store all tools and equipment. 10.0 CONTRACT PERSONNEL SECURITY AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS 10.1 BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: The performance of this contract requires the Contractor to have routine, unescorted access to PVAHCS facilities. VA requires that all Contractor personnel involved in the actual handling and shredding of documents at any facility, and who have access to Protected Health Information (PHI) undergo an FBI National Criminal History Fingerprint Check. All Contractor employees shall be the subject of a "low-level security" background investigation (National Agency check with written inquiries; approximate cost $200.00) and shall receive a favorable adjudication from the VA Office of Security and Law Enforcement prior to contract performance. This requirement is applicable to all Contractor personnel requiring access to or responsibility for the shredding of documents containing VA sensitive information. The cost for such investigation shall be borne by the Contractor. The Contractor shall be required to furnish all applicable employee information to conduct the investigation. If the investigation is not completed within 40 days from contract award, the Contractor shall be responsible for the actions of those individuals they provide to perform work for VA. Failure to complete a background investigation may result in Contractor personnel being prohibited from performing services under this contract. 10.2 PRIVACY AWARENESS TRAINING: All Contractor and subcontractor employees performing work under this contract are required to complete VA Privacy Awareness Training prior to being allowed to perform contract duties at PVAHCS facilities, and annually thereafter. There are three choices available for privacy training: " Complete the VHA Privacy Policy Training web-based course, available at the site: https//www.ees-learning.net/librix/loginhtml.asp?v=librix " Read and review the text version of VHA Privacy Policy Training, available from the Contracting Officer upon request. " Read and review the VHA Privacy Policy Training PowerPoint presentation, available from the Contracting Officer upon request. All training completion certificates shall be forwarded in one submission/package to the Contracting Officer within thirty (30) calendar days of award or exercise of option period. If any Contractor employees fail to complete initial or annual Privacy Awareness training, the COTR shall report any deficiencies to the Contractor. The COTR will not permit a deficient Contractor employee to perform contract duties at PVAHCS facilities until s/he receives the Contractor employee's current training completion certificate. 10.3 If the Contracting Officer finds it in the best interest of the Government s/he may, at any time during the performance of this contract, order the Contractor to remove any of his/her personnel from further performance under this contract for reasons of their moral character, unethical conduct, security risk and violation of on-site facility rules. In the event that it becomes necessary to replace any Contractor personnel for any of the above reasons, the Contractor shall bear all costs associated with such removal, including the costs for the replacement of any personnel so removed. These charges will not be chargeable to the Government. 11.0 FACILITY ACCESS REQUIREMENTS AND PARKING 11.1 Prior to beginning work under the contract, the Contractor shall provide the COTR with a current list of Contractor employees expected to enter PVAHCS facilities. This list shall be validated, maintained, and signed by the Contractor and provided to the COTR on an annual basis, or whenever the employment status of one or more employees changes. The Contractor has 24 hours to inform the Contracting Office and COTR when an employee is terminated. 11.2 Upon arrival at the PVAHCS Main Campus, Contractor employees shall sign in with the VA Police, & COTR or (designee), located in Bldg 1. Contractor employees shall sign out with the COTR or (designee). 11.3 While on VA premises, all Contractor personnel shall comply with the rules, regulations, and procedures governing the conduct of personnel and the operation of the facility. 11.4 Upon presenting a valid, Contractor issue identification badge that includes the employee's name and a passport-style photo, a VA access badge will be given to Contractor employees to permit entrance into VA buildings by COTR or designee. The Contractor employee must safeguard the VA access badge and immediately report any lost, stolen, or destroyed badges to the COTR. Access badges must be worn, facing forward at or above the waist. The contractor's employees must return the VA access badge(s) to the COTR or designee at the end of each pick up process. 11.5 All Contractor vehicles utilized under this contract shall be insured and maintain current state vehicle registration. All Contractor employees shall possess a valid State Driver's license. The Contractor or his/her employees shall not use personally-owned vehicles while performing duties under this contract. 11.6 It is the responsibility of the contractor's personnel to park in the appropriate designated parking areas. Parking information shall be coordinated with the PVAHCS COTR. 11.7 PVAHCS does not validate or make reimbursement for parking violations committed by the Contractor's personnel under any circumstances. AUTHORIZED SERVICES/NOTIFICATION: Only those services specified within this contract are authorized under this contract. If for some unanticipated reason a modification of this contract is necessary, prior to payment, the COR will personally inspect each area designated by this contract and verify to the program specialist and budget clerk that the job has been satisfactorily completed and meets contract requirements. 10.0 VA POINTS OF CONTACT (POC) 10.1 The EMS POC; Mr. Charles Aubrey Office phone number: 602-277-5551 Ext7299 Email address: Charles.aubrey@va.gov 10.2 Contracting POC for this project will be; Office Phone number: 520-629-4615 FAX phone number Email address: Steven.Jeffers@va.gov

Medical Laundry Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Command | Published June 17, 2016
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On or about 20JUN2016, JBLM Health Contracting Cell intends to issue a solicitation for medical laundry services for Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley, KS.  This requirement will entail the pick-up, cleaning, and delivery of medical laundry. The solicitation is for a 12-month base period and four 12-month option periods starting 1OCT2016. This acquisition is set-aside 100% for small business under the NAICS of 812332. The solicitation will detail requirements to include estimated amounts of laundry to be cleaned. 

F--Hazardous Waste Collection/Disposal

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northern California Health Care System | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline December 3, 2015
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This is a pre-solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6. Request for Proposal (RFP) VA261-16-R-0104 will be issued. Synopsis of Work: Hazardous Waste Pick-Up Disposal and Management service for Veterans Affairs Northern California Health Care System (VANCHCS), CA. The proposed NAICS code is 562112. The Contractor shall provide all The contractor shall provide all labor, supervision, supplies, materials, services, equipment (to include but not limited to the following: drums, shipping containers, labels, manifests, waste removal equipment, trucks, portable scales for weighing drums and other containers, sampling equipment, cleaning equipment, incidental spill cleanup supplies, forklifts and waste collection containers), transportation, permits and authorization to accomplish the work in a timely and efficient manner. The Contractor shall provide the services, as identified within the Statement of Work (SOW).

S--BULK MEDICAL LAUNDRY SERVICES

Department of Veterans Affairs, Long Beach VANLO | Published January 26, 2016
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This is a synopsis for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12 and 13.5, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. NAICS: 812332 This requirement is being issued as 100% Small Business Set-Aside. SBA Size Standard: $38.5 Million The Department of Veteran Affairs intends to establish a single award firm-fixed price (FFP) contract for a bulk laundry facility to accomplish the required medical linen cleaning services. Contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment, supervision, management, supplies, facilities, including transportation of linen to and from the contractor owned/contractor operated bulk laundry facility to accomplish the required linen cleaning service for complete medical laundry services, for the Veteran Administration of Southern Nevada Healthcare System (VASNHS) located in North Las Vegas, NV. System for Award Management (SAM): Pursuant to FAR Clause 52.212-4, para (t), System for Award Management (SAM) after initial registration, the contractor is required to update registration data as changes occur and must re-register annually to ensure all data remains current. Noncompliance with this requirement will preclude the exercising of any option periods that may be included herein and will be cause for termination of the contract at such time noncompliance is discovered. Refer to cited Clause for more details. THIS IS A SYNOPSIS ONLY. The solicitation will post on or around February 9, 2016 with an estimated due date of February 29, 2016 at 11 am PT. Do not forward quotes or proposals in response to this synopsis.