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U--CONSULTANT, COMMON CORE

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published September 5, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2015
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IGF::OT::IGF:: CONSULTANT, COMMON CORE

U--Curriculum Level Consultant Service for BIE, MARIA

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published August 27, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF:: Curriculum Level Consultant Service for BIE, MARIANO LAKE C/S

U - SPED Consultant

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published August 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 6, 2016
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation No. A16PS01317 herein cited will be procured under FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-81. Total Small Business Set Aside NAICS Code: 611710. STATEMENT OF WORK Psycho-Educational Assessment/Evaluation TiisNazbas Community School, Highway 160, BIA Road 5114 TiizNazbas, AZ is in need of a contractor to provide Psycho-Educational Assessment Services for students who are identified as needing service. Students receiving this service are those requiring 3-year re-evaluations or newly referred students who may be disabled. The Psycho-Education Assessment Services will be in accordance with P.L. 105-17 and 34 CFR, Part B, 25 CFR, #1-80 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 USC 794. The period of service will be from (date of contract approval) thru June 30, 2017 at TiisNazbas Community School. The individual psycho-educational assessment service will include: 1. The administration of a battery of tests chosen in collaboration with the Special Education Department; 2. The scoring of all tests administered; 3. The interpretation of the test results; 4. The provision of a comprehensive written report describing the results of the assessment to the school within 30 days of the evaluation; 5. Documentation that parents and staff receive a copy of the individualized report; 6. Availability of the psychologist to participate in MDET/MDT/IEP meetings where the results of the testing are interpreted to parents/guardians and staff within 60 days of the evaluation; 7. Follow the Arizona Evaluation requirement format. The individualized written psycho-educational report will include: 1. Basic student data as furnished by the referral packet at the TiisNazbas Community School; 2. Diagnostic statement categories listed in 34 CFR; 3. Reason for referral 4. Background information: educational status and history, health assessment, and prior evaluation history; 5. Behavioral observations; 6. Assessments as requested on permission to evaluate which may include: a. intelligence b. academic achievement c. social behavior d. perceptual abilities, e. emotional behavior f. ADHD g. Other assessments relevant to the performance of the individual child 7. Summary report 8. Recommendations for placement, instruction, social, medical, etc. The contractor will: 1. Be available for twenty days from the time this contract is approved through June 30, 2017, eight (8) hours per day. (This will average 2 days per month, however, due to scheduling conflicts, state assessments, school breaks, etc. scheduling monthly site visits may not be feasible.) The school psychologist will arrange to meet with the MDT or IEP Committee for their annual review, re-evaluations, and other concerns; 2. Follow the Arizona Evaluation requirements as stated in section 300.352, Evaluation and Procedures; and 3. Attend all school IEP/MDT meetings to review documents and provide professional input concerning the service delivery for the student. 4. Sign in and out at the front office as documentation of services rendered and documentation of hours provided. 5. Provide their current state certification to TiisNazbas Community School. Security: The Psycho-Educational Consultant is required to have received the security clearance through the Bureau of Indian Education - Security Office. Period of Performance: Date of award thru June 30, 2017 FAR 52.212-02: Evaluation -Commercial Items: (a) The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the 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: In the order of importance are the listed evaluation factors: Factor I - Technical Capability Factor II - Management Capability Factor III - Past Performance In accordance with FAR 15.101-1, Best Value, Tradeoff Process. All non-price factors weight more than cost or price. (b) Options. The Government will evaluate offers for award purposes by adding the total price for all options to the total price for the basic requirement. The Government may determine that an offer is unacceptable if the option prices are significantly unbalanced. Evaluation of options shall not obligate the Government to exercise the option(s). (c) A written notice of award or acceptance of an offer, mailed or otherwise furnished to the successful offeror within the time for acceptance specified in the offer, shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party. Before the offer's specified expiration time, the Government may accept an offer (or part of an offer), whether or not there are negotiations after its receipt, unless a written notice of withdrawal is received before award. M.1 52.217-05, Evaluation of Options: Except when it is determined in accordance with FAR 17.206(b) not to be in the Government's best interests, the Government will evaluate offers for award purposes by adding the total price for all options to the total price for the basic requirement. M.2 Evaluation Factors for Award: Award will be made on the basis of the best value trade off evaluation meeting the technically acceptable standards of all the non-price factors. The evaluation factors other than cost or price when combined, are significantly more important than cost or price. The Government intends to select the Best Value offer on the basis of initial offers received, without discussions. Offerors may be given the opportunity to clarify certain aspects of quotes (e.g., the relevance of an offeror's information to resolve minor or clerical errors.) M.3 Evaluation The Government will be utilizing a best value trade off procedures as required under FAR 15.101-1. The Government will evaluate all offers to determine technical acceptability quote with the evaluated price. Each Non-Price Factor will be rated with adjectives (see M.5 for rating scale). M.4 Evaluation Factors Factor I - Technical Capability Factor II - Management Capability Factor III - Past Performance Factor I - Technical Capability quote for a Psycho-Educational Assessment Services, in accordance with the Statement of Work. The Technical Capability shall be in as much detail as the offeror considers necessary to fully explain the quoted technical approach. The technical quote should reflect a clear understanding of the nature of the work to be performed. The quote shall assess the offeror's understanding of the Bureau of Indian Affair's goals for the project and an understanding of the Statement of Work (SOW). The quote should include, but not limited to the following: a) Knowledge and understanding of the requirements outlined in the SOW. b) Understanding of general and local condition which can affect the SOW. c) Logical sequence of steps and or specific techniques to accomplish all required work specified in the SOW. d) Capability to produce deliverables in response to the SOW. Factor II - Management Capabilities for a Psycho-Educational Assessment Services, in accordance with the Statement of Work. Each offeror shall submit a plan consisting of a narrative explanation of their quote on-site approach to project management and coordination; and cost control measures on change orders and how they are quoted and tracked. Each offeror will be required to provide the relevant experience and knowledge of key individual(s) of the project team who will be assigned directly to the project. This factor will assess the quoted key personnel qualifications. The assessment will consider whether the quote provides an adequate number of appropriately qualified personnel to meet the technical, management and support requirements of the SOW. The Offer should include, but not be limited to the following description: a) Describe the method and criteria you plan to use to select qualified subcontractors to ensure an appropriate level of experience and expertise for the project. b) Describe your project schedule and plan indicating where you will start the project and how you plan to proceed to completion of the work as identified in the statement of work. Your projected schedule of the project; shall include steps within each phase and their estimated duration time. Project Schedule should note critical path. c) Submit a resume, certificates, licenses, along with a letter of commitment for all key personnel. Factor III - Past Performance for a Psycho-Educational Assessment Services, in accordance with the Statement of Work. Please provide a list of contracts to include the contract number, POP, point of contact information and the description of the requirement. "Successful past performance on similar projects, to include but not limited to timeliness of performance and customer satisfaction". Complete and submit Appendix II. APPENDIX II: Past Performance Questionnaire 1. Contract number 2. Contractor's name and address 3. Type of contract 4. Complexity of work 5. Description and location of work (e.g., types of tasks, products, services) 6. Contract dollar value 7. Date of award 8. Contract completion date (including extensions) 9. Type and Extent of Subcontracting 10. If a problem surfaced what was done fix it? 11. A description of the types of personnel (skill and expertise) used and the overall quality of the contractor's team? 12. How was the technical performance or quality of the product or service; schedule; cost control (if applicable); business relations; and management? 13. Were there any particularly significant risks involved in performance services? 14. What was the relationship between the prime and subcontractors? How well did the prime manage the subcontractors? Did the subcontractors perform the bulk of the effort or just add depth on particular technical areas? Why were the subcontractors chosen to work on specific technical areas, what were those areas and why were they accomplished by the subcontractors rather than the prime? 15. Past efforts with the any other agency? 16. The company's strong points? QUOTE LINE ITEMS: (Please provide a breakdown of total cost) 1 Services: $_________/hour X 8 hours/day X 20 days = $___________, 2. Travel: Mileage: ________miles round trip X $________/mile X 20 trips = $_________ Total Cost = $______________________ Travel cost incurred for transportation, lodging, meals, and incidental expenses (as defined in the regulation cited in FAR 31.205-46) shall be considered to be reasonable and allowable only to the extent that they do not exceed on a daily basis the maximum per diem rates in effect at the time of travel as set forth in the Federal Travel Regulation. The consultant will be reimbursed for travel to provide support at a Government site or other site as may be specified and approved by the COTR under this effort. All travel shall be approved, by the COTR, prior to commencement of travel. Consultant shall provide supporting documentation and a detailed breakdown of incurred travel costs with each invoice. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: In accordance with 25 U.S.C. 3201 (P.L. 101-630), Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act; 42 U.S.C. 13041, Crime Control Act of 1990; 441 Departmental Manual, Personnel Security and Suitability Requirements all positions with duties and responsibilities involving regular contact with or control over Indian children are subject to a background investigation and determination of suitability for employment. Accordingly, all such positions require a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination made by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Office of Indian Education Programs (OIEP), Personnel Security and Suitability Program; and a favorable background investigation determination conducted by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). A favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination must be made by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Office of the Indian Education Programs (OIEP), Personnel Security and Suitability Program prior to contract award or made within 60 days of incorporation of this clause into a current/existing contract. Pending completion of a background investigation by OPM, the Contractor who has been granted a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination must be within the sight and under the supervision of a Government employee who has had a completed background investigation (42 U.S.C 13041 (3)) during contract performance until a final background investigation determination has been made. Prior employment with the Federal Government, including BIA, OIEP or the Bureau of Indian Affairs, does not assure that the appropriate screening or investigation was conducted nor does it alleviate or guarantee a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination or background investigation. Prior to an award or during the 60 day period discussed in paragraph two, it is solely the company, individual or contractor's responsibility to contact the BIA, OIEP Personnel Security and Suitability Program at 505-563-5287/5288/5289/5294 in order to obtain a complete security package, which includes but is not limited to appropriate investigative forms and/or inquire about their previous investigation; and, obtain a screening (applicant and suitability) determination, and subsequent final background investigation. If an unfavorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination is made, a purchase order shall not be awarded to the individual who received an unfavorable screening or to the company who has proposed to employ the individual to perform the work. The individual and or the company who proposed to employ this individual may be determined to be non-responsible if an unfavorable screening (applicant and suitability) determinations is made, which will make them ineligible for purchase order award. If an unfavorable final background investigation determination is made, the purchase order may be terminated and the employee in question shall not be authorized to provide service to the BIA, OIEP, if the services involve contact with or regular control over Indian children. Award will be made to the lowest priced offeror, whose quotation is conforming to the requirements herein, will be most advantageous to the Government, and is fair and reasonable. CONTRACT CLAUSES: The following clauses apply to this acquisition: FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items; and FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Commercial Items. In paragraph (b) of FAR 52.212-5(b), the Contractor shall comply with the following FAR clauses that the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive order applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: FAR 52.223-18, Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging while Driving; FAR 52.225-1 Buy American Act-Supplies; FAR 52.222-3, Convict Labor; FAR 52.211-6, Brand Name of Equal; FAR 52.232-18, Availability of Funds; FAR 52.216-02, Economic Price Adjustment-Standard Supplies; FAR 52.22-41, Service Contract Act 1965; and DIAR clauses are herein incorporated as follows:. 1452.226-70, Indian Preference; 1452.226-71, Indian Preference Program; 1452.280-4, Indian Economic Enterprise Representation; and 1452.204-70, 52.232-99, Providing Accelerated Payment to Small Business Subcontractors. The Federal Acquisition Regulations clauses and provisions are available on the Internet at: http://www.arnet.gov/far or may be requested from the Contracting Officer. Award will be made at a fair and reasonable price to the lowest responsive and responsible offeror whose quote conforming to the requirements herein will be the most advantageous to the Government. Provide DUNS# and Tax ID# with a signed and dated quote, along with a completed copy of FAR Clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications: Commercial Items and DIAR 1452.280-4, Indian Economic Enterprise Representation. The RFQ is due at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Regional Office, Division of Acquisition, Attention: Mary Jane Johnson, P. O. Box 1060, Gallup, New Mexico 87305 by, September 06 2016, 12:00 PM (Local Time, Gallup, N.M.) Physical address: 301 W. Hill Ave., Room. 346, Gallup, NM 87301. Quotes submitted by facsimile at (505) 863-8382 or by email at maryjane.johnson@bia.gov will be accepted. Any further questions regarding this announcement may be directed to Mary Jane Johnson, Contract Specialist, by fax at (505) 863-8382. All contractors submitting quotes must be registered in the SAM.gov, in order to receive contracts and purchase orders from the Federal Government pursuant to FAR Clause 52.204-7. To register or learn more about the SAM, go to: http://www.SAM.gov.

U-- EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS CONSULTANT

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published July 30, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF:: Mathematic Professional Development Services for BIE, Mariano Lake Community School

Utility Rate Expert Consultant Support Services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published December 8, 2014  -  Deadline December 23, 2014
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Work is to be accomplished for the Utility Rate Management Team (URMT), located at Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City FL. Contractor shall provide utility rate experts to assist the URMT to support Air Force installations worldwide. These services shall perform utility acquisition and rate management, and allow procurement of utility services at a fair price and using reasonable terms. The contractor shall provide all personnel, management, labor, supervision, travel and services required to provide professional utility rate expert services. Additionally, the contractor shall provide services covering all facets of utility services with emphasis on solution of planning, engineering, and economic problems, which affect the acquisition and management of utility services for the Air Force worldwide. The contractor shall prepare and provide written reports of utility acquisition assessments, containing the contractor's findings and recommendations. The contractor's utility acquisition assessments may also involve the evaluation of options and methods for reducing utility costs and for making effective, efficient use of utility services; conducting engineering and economic analysis and making recommendations for utilities related facilities and service issues such as high voltage discounts and ownership of facilities; and evaluation of trends in terms of cost and availability of utilities to support determination of long- range planning parameters for installations. The contractor shall support these tasks that are variable in scope, timeliness, and priority level. This is a Performance Based Service Contract which focuses on the needs of the customer rather than on how the contractor meets those needs. The success of the contract depends on the satisfaction of the requirements. Rather than a mere list of activities, this is a written expression of the GSA's expectation of the service to be performed by the contractor. A higher level of effective communication between the Government and contractor is essential for partnering and performance based service contracting to succeed. The contractor, through innovation, technology, or other means, shall provide all personnel, management, labor, supervision, travel and services required to provide professional utility rate expert services. Additionally, the contractor shall provide services covering all facets of utility services with emphasis on solution of planning, engineering, and economic problems, which affect the acquisition and management of utility services for the Air Force worldwide. The contractor shall prepare and provide written reports of utility acquisition assessments, containing the contractor's findings and recommendations. The contractor's utility acquisition assessments may also involve the evaluation of options and methods for reducing utility costs and for making effective, efficient use of utility services; conducting engineering and economic analysis and making recommendations for utilities related facilities and service issues such as high voltage discounts and ownership of facilities; and evaluation of trends in terms of cost and availability of utilities to support determination of long-range planning parameters for installations. The contractor shall support these tasks that are variable in scope, timeliness, and priority level. Complete solicitation package will be available on or about 12 December 2014, with a full 30 days to submit quote/proposal.

Consulting Services for LPG Sector.

The Global LPG Partnership, Inc. | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 12, 2015
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09133000, 73200000

Consultant shall contribute to a national process led by Tenderer and the Ghana Government to design a large-scale LPG fuel-switching programme in Ghana including reform of LPG market rules, estimation of national LPG scalability potential (demand and supply), reengineering of the value chain, and identification of required interventions and investments throughout the value chain.

Consultancy – eRecruit/eHire Helpdesk

UNDP HQ/BMS/OHR - New York - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Published May 17, 2017  -  Deadline June 4, 2017
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The purpose of this procurement exercise is to contract an individual consultant who will provide support to both applicant users and UNDP HR users to ensure efficient and cost effective support. The key tasks will have significant impact on the success of the global implementation of eRecruit/eHire and contribute to build capacity and contribute to the organizations efficiency, and effectiveness.Details are provided in the Terms of Reference as advertised on UNDP job site VA # 72439.Interested bidders are requested to submit their application using the following link: VA # VA # 72439 as per the instruction in the notice and using templates provided.

73620 - Consultancy – Legal Consultant (Administrative Law), Corporate Oversight, UNDP Legal Office - Home based

UNDP HQ/BMS/Legal Office - New York - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Published July 21, 2017  -  Deadline August 6, 2017
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The purpose of this procurement exercise is to engage two individual consultants as a Primary and Secondary vendors on Long Term Agreement to support ongoing review of Administrative Law matters and to assist the Senior Legal Adviser of the Administrative Law Practice Group with the legal research, analysis, drafting logistics and coordination associated with pending mattersDetails are provided in the Terms of Reference as advertised on UNDP job site VA # 73620 . Interested bidders are requested to submit their application using the following link: VA # 73620 as per the instruction in the notice and using templates provided.​

Consultancy – Knowledge Management Specialist (Revision of Knowledge Products QA Process)

UNDP HQ/BPPS/DIG - New York - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
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The purpose of this procurement exercise is to contract an individual consultant who will help UNDP develop and roll-out a new Quality Assurance Process for the development and dissemination of knowledge products and publications.Details are provided in the Terms of Reference as advertised on UNDP job site VA # 71891.Interested bidders are requested to submit their application using the following link: VA # 71891 as per the instruction in the notice and using templates provided.Any request for clarification must be sent by email to cpu.bids@undp.org. The UNDP Central Procurement Unit will respond by email and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all applicants.

Special Consultation Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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The Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division intends to award a sole source Purchase Order to The Cybrix Group, Inc., 4508 Oak Fair Boulevard, Suite 240, Tampa, FL 33610. Award will be for non-personal services to support the Navy Experimental Diving Unit to identify and implement tasks addressing mission-relevant requires of US Special Operations Forces. The requirement is sole source as The Cybrix Group, Inc. is currently providing such services and has the required in-depth knowledge to provide such support without disruption to the mission. Comments on this intended award will be accepted through 10 April 2015 at Stacy.Figlinski@navy.mil. The NAICS Code for this procurement is 541330 with a size standard of $15,000,000.00. The FSC Code is R425.

Technical Consultation Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published March 26, 2015  -  Deadline March 31, 2015
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The Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City, Florida intends to solicit Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) on a sole source basis for technical consultation support for the Mine Theory and Evaluation Program. The project activities that BAH provides are required immediately and it requires they have prior knowledge and understanding of offensive mining concepts. MHU deliverables will be delivered to the Naval Support Activity-Panama City (NSA PC), Receiving Office, 110 Vernon Ave, Panama City, FL 32407-7018. Comments on this intended award will be accepted through 31 March 2015 at Stacy.Figlinski@navy.mil. The NAICS Code is 541330 with a size standard of $15,000,000.00. The FSC Code is R425.

C--IPSOD IDIQ GEI Consultants

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published May 12, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF RED LAKE DAM CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

R--KC Joint Commission Consultation

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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The Department Of Veterans Affairs, VISN 15 Contracting Office intends to release a commercial solicitation for Joint Commission consultation on Life Safety/Environment of Care, Home Care, Hospital Accreditation Program, and Behavioral Health for the Kansas City VA Medical Center located at 4801 Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64218. The NAICS code is 541611 with a size standard of $15 Million. The solicitation number is VA255-16-Q-0038. The details including full specifications will be included in the Request for Quote, which will be released on or about Nov 18, 2015. The close date will be on or about Nov 25, 2015. Any contractor who wishes to receive a copy of this RFQ may submit a request via email. Attention: Laura Ferguson. The email address is Laura.Ferguson@va.gov. The phone number is 913-946-1990. The fax number is 913-946-1998.

HR Consulting

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
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Training Services

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
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Synopsis: This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation No; A14PS00995 herein cited will be procured under FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-78. This acquisition is for a Small Business Set-Aside. The NAICS Code 611710, size standard is $14.0. Due to the urgency of the required services the solicitation times have been shortened. Mariano Lake Community School Statement of Work Contractor shall provide monthly support in English Language Arts, mathematics, building leadership capacity, and in schoolwide implementation of the Common Core State Standards at Mariano Lake Community School. In addition, the use of outcome and progress monitoring assessments will be part of the support provided. Dates of service are from the date of award to the June 30, 2016. The focus of support for reading will fall into three, major categories: Curriculum, instruction, and assessment. All major school improvement functions fall within those categories. The contractor will provide the following services for the adopted program and curriculum at Mariano Lake Community School. Curriculum: a. Focusing on correct implementation of the Story-Town core and intervention programs by providing program training and by gauging fidelity of instruction to the adopted programs. b. Focusing on correct implementation of the Harcourt Math core and intervention programs. c. Understanding the intervention programs for English Language Arts and mathematics, as well as how those programs fit within the three-tier model. d. Demonstration and modeling of lessons that address the rigor of the Common Core State Standards. This will begin with consultant modeling, gradually moving to the side-by-side coaching model where the teacher and consultant will co-teach, thus fostering independence for the teacher. e. Debriefing observations and modeling efforts in order to solidify excellent teaching methods. f. Understanding key features of scientifically research-based programs and how they address the Common Core State Standards. g. Curriculum mapping of the programs toward mastery of the Common Core State Standards. Instruction: a. Professional development in best practices for instruction of English Language Arts and mathematics. b. Demonstration and modeling rigorous Common Core Lessons. This will begin with consultant modeling, gradually moving to the side-by-side coaching model where the teacher and consultant will co-teach, thus fostering independence for the teacher. c. Conduct schoolwide professional development in how reading programs address the Common Core State Standards. d. Providing differentiated support for teachers, based on individual skills needed in order for them to become excellent teachers. e. Establishing individual teaching goals, as well as schoolwide goals for improvement. f. Working with school principal and leadership team on ¿look fors¿ in excellent classroom instruction through co-observations and debriefings. g. Providing pre- and debriefing with teachers on lessons delivered in reading and math. h. Work with staff on cross-curricular reading and writing and best practices for teaching literacy in science, social studies, and technical subjects. i. Provision of one-to-one teacher support through the gradual release of responsibility from consultant to teacher. Assessment: a. Integrating assessments. b. Classroom support for using ongoing, in-program assessments to determine mastery toward the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. c. Identification in instructional gaps by triangulating DIBELS, NWEA, and Story-Town in-program assessments. d. Understanding benchmarking, progress monitoring, and outcome assessments and their uses, as well as their drawbacks. e. Creating schoolwide assessment calendar with all assessments clearly identified and scheduled. f. Working with school on protocols for exiting and entering students into interventions. Contractor will provide support for implementation of the Common Core State Standards in both English Language Arts and Reading in History, Science, Social Studies, and Technical subjects. The support will be for both teachers and school leadership (including the principal, leadership team, and school board members). School Leadership and Leadership Teams: a. Learn how to fairly and consistently evaluate instruction based on the Standards. This includes development of CCSS instrument to measure implementation. b. Conduct instructional coaching that both supports and examines teaching the CCSS. c. Creating Professional Learning Communities that focus on promoting excellent implementation of the English Language Arts and anchor standards. d. Leading teachers through reflection and planning of lessons. e. Quarterly training and reports for school board in which data and progress is reported. f. Guiding school leadership through the process of timelines, goals for implementation, supports needed at the system and classroom level, and resources needed. g. This support may also include Saturday trainings for other Navajo schools at the request of Mariano Lake Community School. Teaching Staff: a. Understand the cognitive processes required for student mastery. b. Create lesson plans aligned with programs and CCSS curriculum maps. c. Conducting ongoing, formative assessment in English Language Arts. d. Structures for honest examination of teaching styles and methods. e. Hands-on planning for differentiation and appropriate, data-based grouping. f. Incorporating Bloom¿s New Taxonomy and Webb¿s Depth of Knowledge into daily instruction. g. Development of collaborative classrooms that facilitate problem solving and inquiry. h. Employing interdisciplinary reading and writing. i. Understanding the writing process and how it facilitates critical thinking. j. Cross-curricular reading and writing. k. Facilitating the critical types of writing styles in the classroom, including informative, narrative, technical, etc. l - The Contractor will be reimbursed for travel to provide support at Mariano Lake Community School. The Contractor shall be reimbursed for actual allowable, allocable, and reasonable travel costs incurred during performance of this effort in accordance with the Federal Travel Regulations effective on date of travel. The Contractor shall provide supporting documentation and a detailed breakdown of incurred travel costs with each invoice. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Date of Award to June 30, 2016 SECTION D: Performance evaluation will be performed at the end of each school year. The evaluation will be completed at the school by the government representative. This form is the only performance evaluation that will be accepted by the Contracting Officer. The evaluator's signature shall be legible and printed on the form. If the government representative will complete a performance evaluation prior to last day of work, for work the performed under this contract. The government representative will review the performance evaluation with the Contractor, record Contractor comments, and obtain Contractors signature to acknowledge completion of the evaluation. The government evaluator will then give a copy of the evaluation form(s) to the Contractor at the school and submit a copy to the Contracting Officer. SECTION M FAR 52.212-02: Evaluation - Commercial Items: (a) The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer is conforming to the solicitation that is most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers: In the order of importance are the listed evaluation factors: Factor I - Technical Capability Factor II - Management Capability Factor III ¿ Past Experience Factor IV - Familiarity of the school or location Factor V - Past Performance In accordance with FAR 15.101-1, Best Value, Tradeoff Process, all non-price factors weight more than cost or price. (b) A written notice of award or acceptance of an offer, mailed or otherwise furnished to the successful offeror within the time for acceptance specified in the offer, shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party. Before the offer's specified expiration time, the Government may accept an offer (or part of an offer), whether or not there are negotiations after its receipt, unless a written notice of withdrawal is received before award. M.1 Evaluation Factors for Award: Award will be made on the basis of the best value trade off evaluation meeting the technically acceptable standards of all the non-price factors. The evaluation factors other than cost or price when combined are significantly more important than cost or price. The Government intends to select the Best Value offer on the basis of initial offers received, without discussions. Offerors may be given the opportunity to clarify certain aspects of quotes (e.g., the relevance of an offeror's information to resolve minor or clerical errors.) M.3. Evaluation The Government will be utilizing a best value trade off procedures as required under FAR 15.101-1. The Government will evaluate all offers to determine technical acceptability quote with the evaluated price. Each Non-Price Factor will be rated with adjectives. M.4. Evaluation Factors: Factor I - Technical Capability; Factor II - Management Capability; Factor III - Past Experience; Factor IV - Familiarity of the school or location; Factor V - Past Performance. Factor I - Technical Capability quote for Consultant Services, will work with and mentor the teaching staff to provide one to one teacher classroom support, in accordance with the Statement of Work. The Technical Capability shall be in as much detail as the offeror considers necessary to fully explain the quoted technical approach. The technical quote should reflect a clear understanding of the nature of the work to be performed. The quote shall assess the offeror's understanding of the Bureau of Indian Affair's goals for the project and an understanding of the Statement of Work (SOW). The quote should include, but not limited to the following: a) Knowledge and understanding of the requirements outlined in the SOW. b) Understanding of general and local condition which can affect the SOW. c) Logical sequence of steps and or specific techniques to accomplish all required work specified in the SOW. d) Capability to produce deliverables in response to the SOW. Factor II - Management Capabilities for Consultant Services, will work with and mentor the teaching staff to provide one to one teacher classroom support, in accordance with the Statement of Work. Each offeror shall submit a plan consisting of a narrative explanation of their quote on-site approach to project management and coordination; and cost control measures on change orders and how they are quoted and tracked. Each offeror will be required to provide the relevant experience and knowledge of key individual(s) of the project team who will be assigned directly to the project. This factor will assess the quoted key personnel qualifications. The assessment will consider whether the quote provides an adequate number of appropriately qualified personnel to meet the technical, management and support requirements of the SOW. The Offer should include, but not be limited to the following description: a) Describe the method and criteria you plan to use to select qualified subcontractors to ensure an appropriate level of experience and expertise for the project. b) Describe your project schedule and plan indicating where you will start the project and how you plan to proceed to completion of the work as identified in the statement of work. Your projected schedule of the project; shall include steps within each phase and their estimated duration time. Project Schedule should note critical path. c) Submit a resume along with a letter of commitment for all key personnel. Factor III - Past Experience for similar Consultant Services, will work with and mentor the teaching staff to provide one to one teacher classroom support, in accordance with the Statement of Work. In the areas of quality, timeliness, customer satisfaction and business practices. Relevance of the offer's past project experience to this type of requirement. Factor IV - Familiarity of the school or location for Consultant Services, will work with and mentor the teaching staff to provide one to one teacher classroom support, in accordance with the Statement of Work. Consultant shall demonstrate the familiarity of the school or location, staff, student performance data, school needs, demographics and other key information about the population attending the local school. Factor V - Past Performance for Consultant Services, will work with and mentor the teaching staff to provide one to one teacher classroom support, in accordance with the Statement of Work. Please provide a list of contracts to include the contract number, POP, point of contact information and the description of the requirement. "Successful past performance on similar projects, to include but not limited to timeliness of performance and customer satisfaction". QUOTE LINE ITEMS: (provide a breakdown) A. Consultant Svc, 20 DAYS @ $_______________ per day = $_______________. B. Travel Costs: $_______________ FEDERAL TRAVEL REGULATIONS: Travel cost incurred for transportation, lodging, meals, and incidental expenses (as defined in the regulation cited in FAR 31.205-46) shall be considered to be reasonable and allowable only to the extent that they do not exceed on a daily basis the maximum per diem rates in effect at the time of travel as set forth in the Federal Travel Regulation. The consultant will be reimbursed for travel to provide support at a Government site or other site as may be specified and approved by the COTR under this effort. All travel shall be approved, by the COTR, prior to commencement of travel. Consultant shall provide supporting documentation and a detailed breakdown of incurred travel costs with each invoice. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: In accordance with 25 U.S.C. 3201 (P.L. 101-630), Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act; 42 U.S.C. 13041, Crime Control Act of 1990; 441 Departmental Manual, Personnel Security and Suitability Requirements all positions with duties and responsibilities involving regular contact with or control over Indian children are subject to a background investigation and determination of suitability for employment. Accordingly, all such positions require a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination made by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Office of Indian Education Programs (OIEP), Personnel Security and Suitability Program; and a favorable background investigation determination conducted by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). A favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination must be made by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Office of the Indian Education Programs (OIEP), Personnel Security and Suitability Program prior to contract award or made within 60 days of incorporation of this clause into a current/existing contract. Pending completion of a background investigation by OPM, the Contractor who has been granted a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination must be within the sight and under the supervision of a Government employee who has had a completed background investigation (42 U.S.C 13041 (3)) during contract performance until a final background investigation determination has been made. Prior employment with the Federal Government, including BIA, OIEP or the Bureau of Indian Affairs, does not assure that the appropriate screening or investigation was conducted nor does it alleviate or guarantee a favorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination or background investigation. Prior to an award or during the 60 day period discussed in paragraph two, it is solely the company, individual or contractor's responsibility to contact the BIA, OIEP Personnel Security and Suitability Program at 505-563-5287/5288/5289/5294 in order to obtain a complete security package, which includes but is not limited to appropriate investigative forms and/or inquire about their previous investigation; and, obtain a screening (applicant and suitability) determination, and subsequent final background investigation. If an unfavorable screening (applicant and suitability) determination is made, a purchase order shall not be awarded to the individual who received an unfavorable screening or to the company who has proposed to employ the individual to perform the work. The individual and or the company who proposed to employ this individual may be determined to be non-responsible if an unfavorable screening (applicant and suitability) determinations is made, which will make them ineligible for purchase order award. If an unfavorable final background investigation determination is made, the purchase order may be terminated and the employee in question shall not be authorized to provide service to the BIA, OIEP, if the services involve contact with or regular control over Indian children. Award will be made to the lowest priced offeror, whose quotation is conforming to the requirements herein, will be most advantageous to the Government, and is fair and reasonable. The following clauses apply to this acquisition: FAR Clause 52.212-01 - Instructions to Offerors Commercial Items; FAR Clause 52.212-3 - Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items; FAR Clause 52-212-04 - Contract Term and Conditions Commercial Items; FAR 52.217-9, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract; FAR 52.232 Payment by Third Party; FAR Clause 52.212-05 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items. In paragraph (b) of FAR 52.212-5 (b), The Contractor shall comply with the following FAR clauses that the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of Law or Executive order applicable to acquisitions of commercial items; FAR 52.223-18, Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging while driving (Aug 2001); 52.223-1 Buy American Act-Supplies (June 2003)(41 USC. 10a-10d); FAR 52.232-18, Availability of Funds (April 1984). FAR Clause 52.232-33; DOI Acquisition Regulation (DIAR) 1452.226-70 Indian Preference; DIAR 1452.226-71 Indian Preference Program; 52.232-99 Providing Accelerated Payments to Small Business Subcontractors; 1452.280-1 Notice to Indian small business economic enterprises set aside; 1452.280-2 Notice to Indian Economic enterprises set aside; 1452.280-3 Subcontracting limitations; 1452.280-4 Indian economic enterprise representation. FAR 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services; Option to Extend Services (Nov 1999) The Government may require continued performance of any services within the limits and at the rates specified in the contract. These rates may be adjusted only as a result of revisions to prevailing labor rates provided by the Secretary of Labor. The option provision may be exercised more than once, but the total extension of performance hereunder shall not exceed 6 months. The Contracting Officer may exercise the option by written notice to the Contractor within 5 Days. Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12); 1452-204-70, Background Investigations Requirement; Federal Travel Regulations. (End of clause) Electronic Invoicing and Payment Requirements-Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) (April 2013) Payment requests must be submitted electronically through the U. S. Department of the Treasury's Invoice Processing Platform System (IPP). "Payment request" means any request for contract financing payment or invoice payment by the Contractor. To constitute a proper invoice, the payment request must comply with the requirements identified in the applicable Prompt Payment clause included in the contract, or the clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items included in commercial item contracts. The IPP website address is: https://www.ipp .gov. Under this contract, the following documents are required to be submitted as an attachment to the IPP invoice; - A copy of the contractor¿s invoice shall be included with the IPP invoice. If no invoice is attached, the Invoice will be rejected. The Contractor must use the IPP website to register access and use IPP for submitting requests for payment. The Contractor Government Business Point of Contact (as listed in SAM) will receive enrollment instructions via email from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (FRBB) prior to the contract award date, but no more than }- 5 business days of the contract award date. Contractor assistance with enrollment can be obtained by contacting the IPP Production Helpdesk via email: ippgroup@bos.frb.org or phone (866) 973-3131. If the Contractor is unable to comply with the requirement to use IPP for submitting invoices for payment, the Contractor must submit a waiver request in writing to the Contracting Officer with its proposal or quotation. (End of Local Clause) The Federal Acquisition Regulations clauses and provisions are available on the website at http://www.acquisition.gov or may be requested from the Contracting Officer. A signed and dated offer with a complete copy of FAR Clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, are due at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Regional Office, Division of Acquisition, Attention: Cedric A. Wood, by close of business, 5:30 P.M., Local Time, September 22, 2015. Also submit breakdown of costs and description of the services offered. Offers submitted by facsimile and email will be accepted, the fax number is (505) 863-8382. Email: cedric.wood@bia.gov. Due to the urgency of the requirement, the response time has been shortened. Any further questions regarding this announcement may be directed to Cedric A. Wood, Contract Specialist, at (505) 863-8266, by email at cedric.wood@bia.gov. All contractors submitting quotes must be registered in the SAM www.sam.gov in order to receive contracts and purchase orders from the Federal Government pursuant to FAR Clause 52.204-7. To register or learn more about the SAM, go to: http://www.sam.gov.

Joint Commission Consulting

Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published April 27, 2016
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Contract Award

U--Education Consulting, CORE, TIIS TSOOZI BI OLTA

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published August 7, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF Education Consulting for Common Core State Standards for BIE, Tiis Tsosi BiOlta, Crownpoint, NM.

Provision of Mental Health Services for Center Students

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
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This is a Procurement Opportunity with Adams & Associates Inc. at the St. Louis Job Corps Center and not with the Federal Government Prepared by: Marian Dillard Corporate Purchasing Coordinator. St. Louis Job Corps Center Scope of Work ID: SLJC 2015-0010 I. General * Bid Requirements 3 Evaluation Criteria 4 Extent of Work 4 Wage Determination N/A 4 Owner: US Department of Labor (DOL) Center Operator: Adams and Associates, Inc. Mailing Address: St. Louis Job Corps Center ATTN: Purchasing Department 4333 Good Fellow Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63120 Site Visit: N/A Proposal Due Date: November 12, 2016 Submission of Proposals: St. Louis Job Corps Center Attn: Purchasing Department Dillard.marian@jobcorps.org Project Summary: Adams and Associates, Inc., contracting for the U.S. Department of Labor for the operation of the St. Louis Job Corps Center - a 520 student residential training facility located at 4333 Good Fellow Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63120 is currently soliciting written bids for a Mental Health Provider. Please see the complete Statement of Work in Section IV Extend of Work Bid Requirements Each bidder shall submit a bid based upon Part IV - Extent of Work that includes reference to the project listed in this scope of work. Any variations from the base scope of work are to be noted as distinctly separate from the base bid. Bids shall be submitted for the work as a basis for the contract. The prospective bidder shall submit a bid for a Single Lump Sum Contract. The bid shall include a breakdown of the hourly cost to provide the service. A minimum 90-day bid guarantee is required. This project is tax-exempt. Prior to starting any work, the contractor shall show proof of required insurance, in amounts to cover risk as stated below: Evaluation Criteria Point Value Price: Responsible Contractor who can perform effective services at the lowest reasonable price. 60 Quality: Demonstrated experience and knowledge capabilities; Technical Excellence; Management Capabilities; Personnel qualification; Quality of the Tender packages; Technical excellence including where necessary, technical drawings, blue prints. 20 Past Performance : Past services to center or list of references for verification purposes. 10 Schedule: Explanation on how services will be carried out and the delivery timeframe. 10 TOTAL POINTS 100 Award will be made to the offeror who provides Best Value to the Center when all Evaluation Criteria are considered. Lowest Price does not guarantee award of Sub Contract. Adams and Associates retains the right to reject any and all bids. Extent of Work dillard.marian@jobcorps.org Scope of Work for: Center Mental Health St. Louis Job Corps Center St. Louis, MO Operated by Adams and Associates, Inc. For the U.S. Department of Labor Table of Contents II. III. IV. VII. Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance ( $1,000,000 combined single limit) Workers Compensation / Liability Insurance ($1,000,000 per occurrence) Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. Final Bid Proposal shall be typed and submitted on official Company letterhead and must include the following : Scope of Work ID#, Project Description, Project Specific Requirements, Lump Sum Cost References Copies of all Insurance Certificates Copy of all licenses and certifications relevant to this proposal Completed Vendor Questionnaire (with DUNS# if available) and W9 Small Business Certification, if any Net 30 payment terms Evaluation Criteria Services. All quotes must be submitted in writing to the Purchasing Department by Quotes received after the deadline and/or without all requested documentation will not be considered. SCOPE OF SERVICES The mental health professional agrees to provide students of the St. Louis Job Corps Center with the services stated herein. Such services will be provided as authorized by the Center Director or his/her representative. Mental Health services will be provided in the amount of 32 hours per week for 83 weeks. The period of performance will be from February 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017. The Center and the Mental Health Consultant hereby agree that the services to be provided will include, but will not be limited to those mental health services specified in the Job Corps Federal Regulations (The Job Corps Policy and Requirements Handbook, Chapter 6, Section 6.10, R3; PRH Exhibit 6-4; and the Center Mental Health Consultant Desk Reference Guide. The services to be provided include: A. Staff Development: Advice to the Center Director and health and wellness staff on all mental health matters and overall Center program and organizational consultation to the Center Director and administrative staff on a regular basis. This will include staffing requirements. Consultation on the development of a system to promote the coordination and integration of the mental health and wellness program with other Center programs and activities such as counseling, residential life, and recreation. This will be done in cooperation with the Health and Wellness Manager, Center physician, Center dentist, other health professionals, as well as any staff member involved with students. Advice and assistance to wellness course instructors regarding mental health and wellness services during student introduction to Center life. => Consultation with Center health and wellness staff, counselors, residential advisors, instructors and other appropriate staff concerning the ongoing mental health concerns of students. Assistance with program development for the purpose of meeting the life crises of students in constructive ways. For example, involvement with the career preparation, development, and transition periods, the Center disciplinary program, the maximum benefits program, the cultural awareness program, and the trainee employee assistance program (TEAP). Staff development on using mental health principles and techniques. This will include coping with problems of alcohol and drug use, sexuality, aggressive behavior and poor communications. B. Clinical Services: => Advice to the Center Director on the advisability of students' separations for mental health reasons, and the cost of mental health services, including inpatient facility use. Ensure the maintenance, confidentiality, and safeguarding of all necessary mental health records. => Issuance and maintenance of signed and dated health care guidelines regarding mental health matters. Diagnostic and evaluative services to students as necessary. => Limited forms of psychiatric treatment including crisis intervention, brief psychotherapy, intermittent supportive psychotherapy, psychotropic drug management and group psychotherapy, as permitted by licensure or accreditation. => Assisting with appropriate referral for students who must be separated for mental health reasons. C. TEAP Consultation Services: => Consultation on the development of a system to promote the coordination and integration of the mental health and wellness program with the TEAP and related center wide programs Staff development on using mental health principles and techniques, including coping with problems of alcohol and drug use. Providing clinical assistance to students and the TEAP Specialist, especially with students who may have co-morbid psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. D. Mental health promotion and education, to include: 1. Minimum of a 1-hour presentation on mental health promotion for all new students during the Career Preparation Period with an emphasis on employability; (a) Presentations shall explain the Mental Health and Wellness Program, what services are available, and how to make a self- referral; (b) Students will learn basic skills in identifying and responding to a health crisis. 2. Presentation(s) on managing mental health-related symptoms and behaviors in the workplace for students during the Career Development and Transition Periods; 3. At least one annual center-wide mental health promotion and education activity. E. Review applicant folders and assist with the reasonable accommodation process. (This service should be contracted at additional hours as deemed appropriate by the center.) The Mental Health Consultant agrees to adhere to the policies, procedures, program instructions and guidelines established by Job Corps. The Mental Health Consultant and the Center further agree that the Mental Health Consultant will have primary responsibility under the Center Director's guidance to implement the program outlined above. The Mental Health Consultant, with the concurrence of the Center Director, may delegate by written and dated health care guidelines any of his/her responsibilities set forth in this subcontract to appropriate qualified Center staff. The Mental Health Consultant will be assisted by the Job Corps National Office, principal mental health consultant, and regional health consultants. The latter will act under guidance and direction from the National Office of Job Corps. OBLIGATIONS OF THE PROFESSIONAL In the performance of the above duties and responsibilities, the Mental Health Consultant: A. May not delegate professional responsibilities set forth in this contract to another full- or part-time mental health professional, except upon prior written concurrence of the Center Director and prior review and approval by the Job Corps Regional Director and Regional Health Consultant. B. Understands and agrees that the medical services under this Subcontract are subject to monitoring and review by the USDOL, Job Corps. C. Agrees to maintain malpractice insurance to cover the professional services to students, with limits consistent with the medical service industry, but in no case less than $1 million per occurrence. D. Agrees to make no public statements regarding its activities under this Subcontract, or to disclose any information regarding Job Corps students or Job Corps activities without prior written approval of the Center Director or his/her designated representative. Unauthorized release of student records is a federal crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment. E. Shall be responsible for finding and arranging for a professionally qualified replacement/substitute during temporary periods of absence of more than one calendar week. F. Shall be personally and financially liable for the cost of any patient referral outside the Center without prior written approval of the Center Director. G. Certifies its intent to comply with all equal employment opportunity practices and affirmative action policies as required by law and agrees not to discriminate against any student, employee and/or contractor because of race, religion, color, gender, age or national origin. H. Shall provide current copies of all professional licenses, certifications, professional and auto liability insurance documents required by the Center. Vendor must include the Scope of Work Identification number on submitted bid. Vendor must include the Scope of Work Identification number on submitted bid. The period of performance is from October 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016. With a 1 year renewable option for the period of October 1, 2017 until September 30, 2018, this option period will be for 50 weeks Submitted bid will show at minimum breakdown as follows: Price per hour Please include any additional fees Offeror must quote on the period of 83 weeks. Offeror also must include a cost of the Option Period Noted Above Bids and all licensures needed to do business may be sent to: St. Louis Job Corps Center Attn: Purchasing Department 4333 Good Fellow Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63120 Or emailed to All quotes are due on November 12, 2015 If your quote deviates from specifications in any way, such exceptions must be noted on bid sheet. If unable to quote, please indicate 'No Bid' and return bid package to us. Adams and Associates, Inc. reserves the right to reject any bids and select the bid deemed most responsible. Bidders should be aware of bid requirements for federally funded projects and act accordingly. Bidders are placed on notice that this is a competitive bid process and cost is an important fact. Overall low bid does not constitute bid award. St. Louis Job Corps Center is a federally funded facility. Payment terms are Net 30 days from date of invoice. Vendor is required to show number of hours billed and hourly rate on invoice, list of materials used to complete service and provide certified payroll records with invoice. All question regarding the Invitation to Bid and/or scope of work must be submitted in writing to: dillard.marian@jobcorps.org.com No phone calls will be accepted. Vendor shall hold all licenses necessary to do business in the state of Missouri and provide copies of all licenses with bid package. The vendor shall obtain and maintain insurance as follows: Workers Compensation must meet state statutory limit requirements, including those for Employer's Liability, if applicable Comprehensive General Liability with St. Louis Job Corps Center listed as additional insured. ($1,000,000 per occurrence). Comprehensive Automobile Liability ($1,000,000/combined single limit) Fire Legal Liability ($500,000 per occurrence) The proposed shall cover any and all expenses not covered by said insurance including all deductibles. Wage Determination N/A General

Integrated International Multimedia Medical Consultation Services

Department of State, Office of Acquisitions | Published February 16, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
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Department of State, Office of Medical Services (MED/QI), requires a real time, 24/7/365, continuously available, telemedicine consultation service to assist individual MED providers on an intermittent, as needed, basis worldwide. MED personnel are required to provide urgent medical care for a wide variety of medical conditions, in a wide range of locations, some of which are in high threat areas and/or are austere. MED intends to facilitate provision of the highest quality levels of care. To do so requires access to very competent and specialized medical resources in order to provide consultations that are needed for a wide spectrum of possible illnesses and injuries. The Contractor shall be required to provide MED's medical staff with rapid access to state-of-the-art, knowledgeable, very specialized medical consultants appropriate to that wide range of medical conditions. The Contractor must have the equipment and experience to facilitate telecommunications and provide real-time, expert clinical advice on an "as needed" but urgent basis. The Contractor must be capable of demonstrating that they can routinely provide sources of appropriate medical advice to MED providers who have differing levels of experience, training, and language capabilities. Contractor must be capable of providing telemedicine access to such experts in a manner to accommodate the likelihood that the MED practitioners do not have access to the medical diagnostic and management resources commonly available in the United States. The requirement to make a broad array of specialized consultants continuously available on short notice will mandate Contractor to have access to or an affiliation with resources available in large academic medical centers. Please read the attached PWS in its entirety for detailed information.The Government assumes no responsibility of any costs incurred as it relates to the Request for Proposal (RFP). All inquiries or questions should be submitted via email, goudyfd@state.gov.    Telephone inquiries will not be entertained, accepted or acknowledged.Interested parties who consider themselves qualified to perform the services as identified in the PWS are invited to submit responses to this RFP via email to Felicia Goudy at goudyfd@state.gov , by March 7, 2016, 5:00pm, EST.

2016 Annual On-Site consultation Training Conference

Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management | Published November 19, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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The U.S. Department of Labor, OASAM, BOC, Office of Procurement Services, Division III, intends to solicit and award a Firm Fixed Price contract for purpose of securing a Hotel venue for the 2016 Annual On-Site Consultation Training Conference, in support of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).