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Defense Information Systems Agency Building 200, Electrical Capacity Upgrade

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline August 3, 2016
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Building 200 houses the DISA San Antonio datacenter located at 3326 General Hudnell, San Antonio, Texas, including the electrical and mechanical infrastructure elements, raised floor areas and security systems to provide continuous 24 hour operations. As part of the electrical infrastructure, the building has two electrical power feeds delivering utility power to the facility. The power is delivered at 13.2kV, through a 2,500kVA transformer stepping it down to 480V. Each transformer feeds a walk-in utility switchgear enclosure rated at 3,200Amps. Each utility enclosure contains several breakers. These walk-in utility enclosures are labeled as Utility Bus ‘A' and Utility Bus ‘B'. Each Utility Bus has an output breaker feeding the ‘A' and ‘B' bus Essential Distribution Switchgear. The Essential Distribution Switchgear contains breakers that supply power to the ‘A' Bus and ‘B' Bus UPS Modules, Static Bypass Switches and Maintenance Bypass Switches. The UPS system is set up in a 2(N+1) redundancy, such that either side can be shut down while still maintaining power to all critical equipment. The Essential Distribution Switchgear ‘A' and Essential Distribution Switchgear ‘B' also supply all non-UPS loads including all essential cooling equipment system components (pumps, valves, chillers, cooling towers, etc), lighting, and general building power. Both utility enclosures are supported by the generator back-up power system which automatically transfers both substations to generator power in the event of a commercial power loss. The generator system consists of three (3) Caterpillar 3512 diesel/generator sets rated at 1875kVA/1500kW each, and a full set of generator paralleling switchgear. System is designed for a load of 3750kW with N+1 redundancy. This switchgear cabinet contains the generator tie breakers which feed each of the substation generator breakers. It also houses the paralleling and transfer operations logic and control systems. The generators and switchgear were installed in 2009. A building load test in performed monthly with a simulated utility loss test. The majority of the essential systems components are installed in redundant pairs. The facility is equipped with two 700 ton chillers, two chilled water pumps, two condenser water pumps, and two cooling towers. Only one chiller paired with associated cooling tower and one of each pump is required to meet the facility cooling demands. The Contractor shall segregate the facilities mechanical loads from the critical loads. Currently, the mechanical loads and the critical loads are fed from same the Essential Distribution Switchgear. In order to segregate the mechanical loads from the critical loads (UPS), new UPS distribution switchgear, 2ea new UPS modules will be added and 2ea existing UPS modules will be removed. The existing UPS modules and the new UPS modules will be fed from new Critical Distribution Switchgear including the installation of two new utility transformers to feed the new Critical Distribution Switchgear. The existing mechanical loads will remain being fed from the Essential Distribution Switchgear. The project will also include the addition of one new emergency generator, new generator paralleling switchgear to support the existing generators (3ea) and new generator (1ea) and a new generator control panel. This will result in a more robust and reliable electrical and mechanical distribution system. This system shall allow for an automatic or user initiated closed transition from generators to utility and automatic transition from utility to generators upon commercial power failure. In addition to the new Critical Distribution Switchgear, new UPS Output Critical Distribution Switchboards (2ea) will be installed to feed critical loads in multiple computer rooms.

J -- Defense Readiness Reporting System - Navy (DRRS-N)

Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command | Published July 27, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
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The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific (SSC Pacific) intends to issue Request for Proposal (RFP) No. N66001-15-R-0240 for Defense Readiness Reporting System - Navy (DRRS-N). This procurement will result in a single indefinite- delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract. The resultant contact will include a cost- plus-fixed-fee (CPFF) pricing arrangement. The period of performance will be five years (one three-year base ordering period and one two-year option ordering period). SSC Pacific, Enterprise Information Services Branch, Code H56E, has a requirement to support the U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) for the DRRS-N, providing program management and contract services. The Enterprise Information Services Branch will contract to provide services related to Software Development Life Cycle Management (LCM) for DRRS-N. Services anticipated under this contract include system engineering, system design and development, integration, testing, installation, training, life cycle maintenance, procurement support, helpdesk services, management support, and system documentation. This is a follow-on requirement to a Multiple Award Contract (MAC) of the same title: DRRS-N. However, certain portions of the predecessor requirement (specifically the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Readiness and Cost Reporting Program (RCRP) and the Aviation Maintenance Supply Readiness Reporting (AMSRR) system) have been removed and will be competed under a separate procurement. The incumbent contract numbers are N66001-13-D-0044 and -0045. The incumbent contractors are Innova Systems and Booz Allen Hamilton. The ordering period of the predecessor MAC is 30 April 2013 to 29 April 2016. This requirement will be competed using full and open competition. The SSC Pacific Small Business Office concurs with this acquisition strategy. The estimated level of effort, based upon Full Time Equivalents (FTE's), will be approximately 110 per year. Each FTE is estimated to be 2,080 hours per year. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 541511 and the Small Business Size Standard is $27.5M. The total estimated value of the acquisition is $96M. SSC Pacific anticipates that the final RFP for N66001-15-R-0240 will be released in September 2015. The final RFP will only be available electronically. Electronic copies of the RFP may be obtained from the SPAWAR E-Commerce website at https://e- commerce.spawar.navy.mil under SSC Pacific "Open Solicitations." Hard copy versions of the RFP and any subsequent amendments will not be available. Firms are encouraged to review the website regularly for important solicitation information.

70 -- SPARE ASSEMBLIES - AEGIS BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE

Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command | Published September 15, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific (SSC Pacific) intends to award a firm fixed price purchase order on a sole source basis to Themis Computer. The requirement is for the purchase of the following: ITEM 0001 SPARE ASSY, CEDS/CEM, MEDIA ITEM #: 514-116200-L04 QTY: 2 EA ITEM 0002 SPARE ASSY, CDS CPU BLADE ITEM #: 514-116479-L03 QTY: 9 EA ITEM 0003 FRU, CDS I/O BLADE, V3 W/RCEM UPDATES ITEM #: 514-120821-L01 QTY 4 EA This notice of intent is not a request for quote. A determination by the government not to compete based upon responses to this notice is solely at the discretion of the government. Questions by phone or fax will not be considered. Acquisition of Commercial Items under FAR Part 12 and Simplified Acquisitions Procedures under FAR Part 13 apply. The applicable NAICS Code is 334111 and the size standard is 1,000 employees. The point of contact for this announcement is Cynthia Horriat at cynthia.horriat@navy.mil. To respond to this announcement, you must be registered to the SPAWAR E- Commerce website at https://e-commerce.sscno.nmci.navy.mil and upload your inquiry under SSC Pacific/Simplified Acquisitions/N66001-15-T-7370. All responding vendors must be registered to the System for Award Management (SAM) website prior to award of contract. Information can be found at https://www.sam.gov. Complete SAM registration means a registered DUNS and CAGE Code numbers.

U--Operational and Technical Support for the Center for Homeland Defense and Security.

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published May 27, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
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This is a PRESOLICITATION NOTICE for commercial service prepared in accordance with FAR Part 12 and FAR Part 15 Contracting by Negotiation procedures. NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego, 3985 Cummings Road, San Diego, CA 92136 intends to issue a solicitation N00244-15-R-0017 for operational and technological support located in Monterey, California in support of Naval Post-graduate School. The NAICS code is 541513 – Computer Facilities Management Services, and the Small Business Standard is $27.5 Million. The solicitation will be 100% Set-Aside for Small Business. Requirement description as follows: Scope of the contract includes: Providing operational support for CHDS Programs. Operational support includes application administrative support, program scheduling, printing and distribution of educational supplies and materials, informational logistical support, classroom/workroom support, learning management system support. Contractor will also be required to provide technological support in order to maintain and enhance CHDS’ educational programs. These programs are designed to be hybrid programs that utilize a mix of on-site instruction and distance or distributed learning technologies. To achieve this hybrid, CHDS continues to develop open source websites and applications complete with learning management tools and enterprise resource planning management modules to administer activities and data across the Center. These tools are designed to achieve program effectiveness and cohesion and play an integral role in managing CHDS. Resulting contract will have a base year and four (4) option years with base year POP of 30 July 2015 – 29 July 2016. It is anticipated that a single Firm Fixed Price (FFP) contract will be awarded to the lowest price technically acceptable offer. It is anticipated that Solicitation will be posted via NECO/FBO on 1 JUN 2015 with closed date of 30 JUN 2015. Interested parties are solely responsible for monitoring the aforementioned website for postings of the solicitation and any amendments thereto. The Government will not pay for information submitted in response to this notice. Contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management [SAM] database in order to be considered for award. Please direct all questions via e-mail to reid.j.chambers@navy.mil. Phone calls are not acceptable in response to this notice. Messages left in voice mail will not be returned. Contracting Office Address: NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center San Diego, 3985 Cummings Road Bldg 116, San Diego, CA 92136 Point of Contact(s): Reid Chambers Email: reid.j.chambers@navy.mil

Z--INSTALLATION SUPPORT SERVICES FOR DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY (DLA) NAVAL BASE AND NAVAL AIR STATION, NORTH ISLAND, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline April 21, 2015
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Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO)/Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) and Real Time Operations and Innovation (RTO&I) SHELTER

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command | Published September 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 14, 2015
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38CONS/LGCC intends to issue a solicitation for essential capabilities to provide support to the 90 Information Operations Squadron (IOS) in conducting its mission of Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO) and Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) for the Air Force (AF) and supported unified commands through innovative in-house software development capabilities. The OCO/DCO Real Time Operations and Innovation (RTO&I) SHELTER requirement was developed to support offensive/defensive and RTO&I cyber capability development for the USAF, DoD and other USG customers. The DCO mission consists of multi-faceted roles, responsibilities, and tasks within the overarching functional areas of cyber defense, network security, network operations, information protection and mission assurance. This proposed contract is set aside for 8(a) certified vendors under FAR Part 19 utilizing FAR Part 15. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code proposed for this requirement is 541511. The size standard for NAICS 541511 is $27.5 million. Foreign Participation: Due to the requirement to access the Government network, foreign contractors will not be allowed to participate. The solicitation will only be open to US-owned businesses. The solicitation will include DFARS 252.209-7002, Disclosure of Ownership or Control by a Foreign Government (June 2010). This contract will be a single award IDIQ performance-based service contract to include a one-year base period and four 1-year option periods. A six month option to extend services in accordance with (IAW) Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.217-8 will also be included in the solicitation. The services will be performed primarily at JBSA Lackland, TX. Award will be made using Tradeoff-Performance Price Tradeoff (PPT) Source Selection procedures, with technical proposals, IAW FAR Part 15. This requirement was previously posted as a Sources Sought under FA8773-14-R-8006 on the Federal Business Opportunities website on 13 December 2013. A solicitation will be electronically posted on or about 15 October 2016. All notices and any/all amendments will be posted and available for viewing on this site (www.fbo.gov). It is the responsibility of interested parties to review this site frequently for the posting of any updates/amendments to the solicitation. No telephone calls or written requests for this solicitation package will be accepted. All questions or comments should be directed electronically to the POCs listed above; no other format will be considered or accepted. All information pertaining to this acquisition, including technical questions and answers shall be provided to the Contracting Officer ONLY to ensure equal distribution of information to all interested parties. All prospective offerors interested in submitting proposals must have a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code and must be registered in the System for Award Management (www.SAM.gov). Additionally, all offerors must complete the registration package on the Federal Business Opportunities website, which places them on the solicitation source list. An AFSPC Ombudsman has been appointed to consider and facilitate the resolution of concerns from offerors, potential offerors, and others for this acquisition. Before consulting the Ombudsman, concerned parties should first address their concerns, issues, disagreements, and recommendations to the Contracting Officer for resolution. In addition, AFFARS Clause 5352-9101, Ombudsman, will be included in this acquisition's solicitation and contract. The Ombudsman is the Senior Contracting Official at AFICA/KS and can be contacted at: 150 Vandenberg Street, Peterson AFB CO 890914, Telephone 719-554-5300.

Research Program Coordinator

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
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The U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) is part of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. The USAISR is dedicated to both laboratory and clinical trauma research. Its mission is to provide requirements-driven combat casualty care medical solutions and products for injured soldiers from self-aid through definitive care across the full spectrum of military operations; provide state-of-the-art trauma, bum, and critical care to Department of Defense beneficiaries around the world and civilians in our trauma region; and provide Burn Special Medical Augmentation Response Teams. The mission of the Office of the Director of Research is to provide administrative, financial, grant, statistical and technology support, guidance and direction for the eight research Task Areas and the Research Support Division of the USAISR. This requirement is for A Research Program Coordinator.  

D -- MIDSVue software support and sustainment services.

Department of the Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command | Published August 10, 2015  -  Deadline August 25, 2015
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The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), on behalf of the Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Program Office (MPO), intends to issue a sole source modification to GSA contract N00039-14-F-0005 to provide updates to the MIDSVue software modules. Due to proprietary software source code, TopVue Defense, Inc., as the software developer, is the only qualified vendor that can meet the Government requirements. TopVue Defense, Inc. provides proprietary technical services in support of MIDSVue. The intended scope increase will provide additional contract ceiling necessary to sustain ongoing efforts for approximately sixteen (16) months.

HP Portfolio Management Software Maintenance and Support

Other Defense Agencies, Defense Human Resources Activity | Published July 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 16, 2015
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Combined Synopsis/Solicitation Hewlett-Packard (HP) Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Software Maintenance and Support This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 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. (ii) The solicitation number is H98210-15-T-0006 and the solicitation is issued as request for proposal (RFP). (iii) A statement that the solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-72 effective January 30, 2014. (iv) This requirement is being advertised as a total small business set-aside. The associated NAICS code is 541512 and the small business size standard is 100 employees. (v) A list of contract line item numbers and items, quantities and units of measure, is as follows: BASE PERIOD 0001 DCPDS Portfolio Management Demand MGT NMD Power User -T5585AAE24X7 0002 DCPDS HP Portfolio Management Project MGT NMD -T5588AAE24X7 (vi) The Contractor shall provide the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) with one-year software maintenance support licenses for the Common Access Card (CAC) issuance program, as detailed above and in the attached Statement of Work (Attachment A). (vii) The periods of performance shall be: CLINs 0001-0002 – 19 Sept 2015 through 18 Sept 2015 (viii) The provision at 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors—Commercial, applies to this acquisition. Additionally, proposals shall include the offeror’s Tax Identification Number (TIN), CAGE code, DUNS number, and business size. Proposed pricing shall be firm-fixed price (FFP). Discounted prices are encouraged and appreciated. This is an “all-or-nothing” requirement. Partial quotes will be deemed unresponsive and will not be evaluated. (ix) The provision at 52.212-2, Evaluation—Commercial Items is not applicable to this acquisition. Proposals will be evaluated and a contract awarded to the responsible offeror with the lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) based on the requirement detailed in this RFP and the bidder’s ability to meet the Government-required delivery schedule. (x) The provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications—Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. However, offerors are not required to submit a copy of 52.212-3. (xi) The clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions—Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. (xii) The clause at 52.212-5 DEV, Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes or Executive Orders—Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. (xiii) Additionally, the following provisions/clauses apply to this acquisition: FAR 52.219-6, 52.219-8, 52.222-3, 52.222-21, 52.222-22, 52.222-25, 52.222-26, 52.222-35, 52.222-36, 52.222-37,52.225-13, 52.232-33, 52.232-36,52.233-3, 52.245-1, DFARS 252.204-7004, 252.232-7006, and FAR 52.217-9 as follows: (End of Synopsis/Solicitation) ATTACHMENT A Statement of Work (SOW) DCPDS HP Portfolio Management (PPM) Software Maintenance Renewal 1. INTRODUCTION: The Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Services (DCPAS) requires Hewlett-Packard Portfolio Management (PPM) software maintenance renewal which supports the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS). 2. BACKGROUND: The Hewlett-Packard (HP) Project & Portfolio Management (PPM) provides collaboration and DCPDS project status for hundreds of engineering projects. It provides project tracking, integrated project scheduling, risk management, action item tracking and lessons learned repository for all DCPDS projects and action items. The tool provides capabilities that can be fully customized by users along with tools that are used to provide Program-wide information for program management and team lead personnel. PPM provides cross-functional collaboration, monitoring of schedule impacts and dependencies, tracks DIACAP and project relationships, program and project level risks, and provides capability to allocate and track resources. Using role-based security, the tools support the DCPDS lifecycle process, provides content, workflow and quality management best practices for project and resource management and fosters collaboration between departments as well as between Lockheed Martin and DCPAS teams. The product can be integrated with existing tools used on the DCPDS Program including Asset Management System (AMS) for procurement dependencies, Quality Center (QC) for relationship of project requirements and test defects. 3. SCOPE: The contractor shall provide the HP PPM brand software maintenance renewal identified below. 4. REQUIREMENTS: The contractor shall: 4.1. Provide the following Brand Software products for the below listed items: Item(s) Serial/Product No. Quantity POP Renewal 24x7 Support for HP PPM Demand Mgt Nmd Power Usr SW-E-LTU-HM610AAC T5585AAE24X7renewal 35 9/19/2015-9/18/2016 Renewal 24x7 Support for HP PPM Project Mgt Nmd Usr SW E-LTU - HM610AC T5588AAE24X7renewal 15 9/19/2015-9/19/2016 4.2. Provide the complete level of Standard Support for the HP PPM software according to the support agreement detailed by the Original Equipment Manufacturer. 4.3. Be an authorized HP PPM product reseller capable of providing the support necessary for this requirement. 4.4. Provide a certificate of support to the Delivery Point POC. 5. DELIVERABLES: Description Reference Delivery Date Maintenance Renewal 4.1 Within 10 days of contract award date 6. DELIVERY POINT: Lockheed Martin Enterprise Solutions and Services DCPDS Program Management Office 1777 NE Loop 410, Suite 300 San Antonio, TX 78217

Dunn Dental Partitions and Workstations

Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command | Published May 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
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The 502d Contracting Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, is issuing this combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial services prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only notice; quotes are being requested and a formal written solicitation will not be issued. This combined synopsis/solicitation incorporates provisions and clauses in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005-75 effective 24 June 2014; Defense DPN 20140624; and AFAC 2014-0421 effective 21 April 2014. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICs) Code is 337215 and the standard is 500 employees.Offers may be submitted via electronic mail. Submit signed and dated offer at or before 4:00 PM (CST) on 10 May 2016. To send offer via electronic mail, all documents must be scanned in PDF (Acrobat) format and emailed to Parie Reynolds at: parie.reynolds@us.af.mil.  Any quote, modification, revision, or withdrawal of a quote received after the exact time specified above shall be determined as late and will not be considered unless received before award is made; the Contracting Officer determines that accepting the late quote would not unduly delay the acquisition, and it was the only quote received. Please contact Parie Reynolds with questions at the above noted email address or call (210) 671-4151.

Instant_Hot_Packs

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published August 29, 2016  -  Deadline September 6, 2016
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The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program announce a Standardization Action (SA) for the standardization of Instant Hot Packs. Only those vendors on the Qualified Suppliers List (QSL) MS-1508-55_Instant_Hot_Packs are eligible for participation. The MMESO South is the lead MMESO for this project.These Instant Hot Packs products are for purchase by the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) of the Military Health System (MHS) and for the operational assemblages of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Naval Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and managed regionally by MMESOs North, South, West, Pacific and Europe, hereafter referred to as MMESOs. The Incentive Agreement (IA) resulting from this Sources Sought Notification is a supplement to the Prime Vendor (PV) Program and is not a contract. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program please access the web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/.This Sources Sought Notification is intended to solicit pricing quotes from vendors who are on the QSL MS-1508-55_Instant_Hot_Packs. The pricing that is provided must be discounted from Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) prices or proposed DAPA prices. Vendors who are currently qualified for the QSL MS-1508-55_Instant_Hot_Packs must meet the requirements below. The resulting IA will be for a base period of three (3) years (36 months) from date of selection, with one (1) 24-month "option" period not to exceed a total of 5 years. Anticipated selection date is October 2016. Among vendors who are on the subject QSL, best price will determine selection. It is intended that the selected vendor(s) for this IA will support the enterprise goal of medical materiel standardization that combines operational and institutional requirements. The government is seeking a single vendor selection for an IA. The government reserves the right to standardize or not standardize on Instant Hot Packs.A. Products & Performance Required. The MMESOs are seeking product line items in the category of Instant Hot Packs. The total estimated enterprise-wide annual demand for this product line is approximately $587,671 based on Medical Product Data Bank (MedPDB) usage data over a recent 12-month period. The usage data represents requirements for the Army, Navy, and Air Force Institutional MTFs, along with operational assemblages in the Department of Defense (DoD). The specifications for this project are shown in Requirements below.B. Instructions to VendorsVendors on the QSL MS-1508-55_Instant_Hot_Packs who are interested in participating in the Standardization Action for an IA must provide a response to this Sources Sought Notification via e-mail to the MMESO POCs below. In addition to the offered pricing as specified, please include the following information: (1) Company name and address; (2) Company POC (Name and Phone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail address); (3) Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code; and (4) Identification of the Sources Sought notification to which the vendor is responding. Due to the potential for e-mail to be lost in transmission, from network security, etc., vendors are strongly encouraged to confirm with the MMESO Pacific that the submission and quote were received by the MMESO Pacific via e-mail, allowing adequate time for resubmission before the due date and time should a problem occur with the first submission. Vendor must complete and submit the IA FBO Package Worksheet. A vendor who cannot open the IA FBO Package Worksheet may contact either of the MMESO POCs below and a copy will be provided via an alternate method (fax, e-mail or hard copy). Vendors that do not meet the deadline of COB 5:00 PM Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT) on the date listed for closing, per the FBO Sources Sought notification, will not be eligible for participation in the Standardization Action for an Incentive Agreement.C. Source Selection Procedures Pricing analysis of required items will occur for those vendors who have been previously qualified for the QSL. Price will be evaluated based on unit price multiplied by number of estimated units. Best overall price will be the determining factor in vendor selection for an Incentive Agreement for Standardization. Quotes should contain the vendor's best discounts off of the vendor's DAPA pricing. The Government intends to make a selection based on initial quotes but reserves the right to conduct discussions and request revised quotes, if determined necessary.Vendor Instructions for Pricing SubmissionThe pricing requirements are outlined below. Complete pricing offer and vendor information must be submitted in full to the MMESO POCs by the response date of this Sources Sought Notification. Vendor part numbers, pricing and packaging MUST match those that were submitted and qualified to the subject QSL FBO. Vendors not currently on the subject QSL will not be considered for an IA. Use these instructions to complete the IA FBO Package Worksheet. Vendors who are not selected will be notified in writing upon issuance of an IA.1. Vendor must submit the following information via IA FBO Package Worksheet for each QSL required item: Vendor Part Number (PN), Manufacturer PN, Manufacturer Name, Full Item Description, DAPA Number for Item, Unit of Measure (UOM), Quantity (QTY) in UOM, Unit of Inner Packaging (UOP), QTY of UOM in UOP, Unit of Sale (UOS), QTY of UOM in UOS, UOS Base Price, UOS Incentive Price, UOM Base Price and UOM Incentive Price.Required Products / Annual Usage in Units / 1. INSTANT HOT PACK, INSULATED, 6.0 INCHES TO 7.0 INCHES WIDE BY 9.0 INCHES TO 10.0 INCHES LONG / 273,227 /2. Vendor may provide any or all of the additional items listed below, following the same format as for requirement number 1. Pricing for these additional items will not be part of the pricing computation for vendor selection. All additions will be at the discretion of the Government.Item Descriptions / 1. INSTANT HOT PACK, INSULATED, 4.0 INCHES TO 5.5 INCHES WIDE BY 8.0 INCHES TO 10.0 INCHES LONG /2. INSTANT HOT PACK, INSULATED, 5.0 INCHES TO 6.0 INCHES WIDE BY 6.0 INCHES TO 7.0 INCHES LONG /3. INSTANT HOT PACK, INSULATED, 6.0 INCHES TO 6.5 INCHES WIDE BY 8.0 INCHES TO 8.5 INCHES LONG / 3. Vendor will be required to submit discounts off of DAPA for all products included in this standardization initiative. Where lower base uncommitted government prices are available, such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices, incentive tier is expected to be lower than such prices. This is because DAPAs, unlike other government prices, are base uncommitted. A vendor shall not quote base uncommitted prices such as FSS prices as the discounted tier price for purposes of this standardization initiative. Vendor must provide quotes on items provided in response to the technical/company requirements. Based on the good faith volume estimates provided, vendor agrees to give all designated MTFs and Operational Units incentive pricing throughout the life of this agreement in exchange for 80% commitment of purchases for the MHS in this product line. A vendor who does not provide discounts off DAPA in response to the IA FBO will not be considered for continued participation.Points of Contact (POCs): Mr. Joe Winter, MMESO South Clinical Analyst, joseph.n.winter.ctr@mail.mil, 210-536-6072, or Mr. David Sheaffer, MMESO South Team Leader, david.v.sheaffer.ctr@mail.mil, 210-536-6075. DLA Troop Support Medical Contracting Officer: Ms. Tara J. Perrien, tara.perrien@dla.mil, 215-737-8307.

Infant_Heel_Warmers

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published August 22, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program announce a Standardization Action (SA) for the standardization of Infant Heel Warmers. Only those vendors on the Qualified Suppliers List (QSL) MS-1512-66_Infant_Heel_ Warmers are eligible for participation. The MMESO South is the lead MMESO for this project.These Infant Heel Warmer products are for purchase by the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) of the Military Health System (MHS) and for the operational assemblages of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Naval Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and managed regionally by MMESOs North, South, West, Pacific and Europe, hereafter referred to as MMESOs. The Incentive Agreement (IA) resulting from this Sources Sought Notification is a supplement to the Prime Vendor (PV) Program and is not a contract. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program please access the web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/This Sources Sought Notification is intended to solicit pricing quotes from vendors who are on the QSL MS-1512-66_Infant_Heel_Warmers. The pricing that is provided must be discounted from Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) prices or proposed DAPA prices. Vendors who are currently qualified for the QSL MS-1512-66_Infant_Heel_Warmers must meet the requirements below. The resulting IA will be for a base period of three (3) years (36 months) from date of selection, with one (1) 24-month "option" period not to exceed a total of 5 years. Anticipated selection date is 08 October 2016. Among vendors who are on the subject QSL, best price will determine selection. It is intended that the selected vendor(s) for this IA will support the enterprise goal of medical materiel standardization that combines operational and institutional requirements. The government is seeking a single vendor selection for an IA. The government reserves the right to standardize or not standardize on Infant Heel Warmers.A. Products & Performance Required The MMESOs are seeking product line items in the category of Infant Heel Warmers. The total estimated enterprise-wide annual demand for this product line is approximately $207,541 based on Medical Product Data Bank (MedPDB) usage data over a recent 12-month period. The usage data represents requirements for the Army, Navy, and Air Force Institutional MTFs, along with operational assemblages in the Department of Defense (DoD). The specifications for this project are shown in Requirements below.B. Instructions to VendorsVendors on the QSL MS-1512-66_Infant_Heel_Warmers who are interested in participating in the Standardization Action for an IA must provide a response to this Sources Sought Notification via e-mail to the MMESO POCs below. In addition to the offered pricing as specified, please include the following information: (1) Company name and address; (2) Company POC (Name and Phone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail address); (3) Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code; and (4) Identification of the Sources Sought notification to which the vendor is responding. Due to the potential for e-mail to be lost in transmission, from network security, etc., vendors are strongly encouraged to confirm with the MMESO Pacific that the submission and quote were received by the MMESO Pacific via e-mail, allowing adequate time for resubmission before the due date and time should a problem occur with the first submission. Vendor must complete and submit the IA FBO Package Worksheet. A vendor who cannot open the IA FBO Package Worksheet may contact either of the MMESO POCs below and a copy will be provided via an alternate method (fax, email or hard copy). Vendors that do not meet the deadline of COB 5:00 PM Central Daylight Savings Time (CDT) on the date listed for closing, per the FBO Sources Sought notification, will not be eligible for participation in the Standardization Action for an Incentive Agreement.C. Source Selection Procedures Pricing analysis of required items will occur for those vendors who have been previously qualified for the QSL. Price will be evaluated based on unit price multiplied by number of estimated units. Best overall price will be the determining factor in vendor selection for an Incentive Agreement for Standardization. Quotes should contain the vendor's best discounts off of the vendor's DAPA pricing. The Government intends to make a selection based on initial quotes but reserves the right to conduct discussions and request revised quotes, if determined necessary. Vendor Instructions for Pricing SubmissionThe pricing requirements are outlined below. Complete pricing offer and vendor information must be submitted in full to the MMESO POCs by the response date of this Sources Sought Notification. Vendor part numbers, pricing and packaging MUST match those that were submitted and qualified to the subject QSL FBO. Vendors not currently on the subject QSL will not be considered for an IA. Use these instructions to complete the IA FBO Package Worksheet. Vendors who are not selected will be notified in writing upon issuance of an IA.1. Vendor must submit the following information via IA FBO Package Worksheet for each QSL required item: Vendor Part Number (PN), Manufacturer PN, Manufacturer Name, Full Item Description, DAPA Number for Item, Unit of Measure (UOM), Quantity (QTY) in UOM, Unit of Inner Packaging (UOP), QTY of UOM in UOP, Unit of Sale (UOS), QTY of UOM in UOS, UOS Base Price, UOS Incentive Price, UOM Base Price and UOM Incentive Price.Item Descriptions \ Annual Usage in Units \ Infant Heel Warmer, with tape \ 223,4002. Vendor will be required to submit discounts off of DAPA for all products included in this standardization initiative. Where lower base uncommitted government prices are available, such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices, incentive tier is expected to be lower than such prices. This is because DAPAs, unlike other government prices, are base uncommitted. A vendor shall not quote base uncommitted prices such as FSS prices as the discounted tier price for purposes of this standardization initiative. Vendor must provide quotes on items provided in response to the technical/company requirements. Based on the good faith volume estimates provided, vendor agrees to give all designated MTFs and Operational Units incentive pricing throughout the life of this agreement in exchange for 80% commitment of purchases for the MHS in this product line. A vendor who does not provide discounts off DAPA in response to the IA FBO will not be considered for continued participation.Points of Contact (POCs): Mr. Joe Winter, MMESO South Clinical Analyst, joseph.n.winter.ctr@mail.mil, 210-536-6072 or Mr. David Sheaffer, MMESO South Team Leader, david.v.sheaffer.ctr@mail.mil, 210-536-6075. DLA Troop Support Medical Contracting Officer: Ms. Tara J. Perrien, tara.perrien@dla.mil, 215-737-8307.

Chemical_Sterilization_Indicators

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published April 19, 2016  -  Deadline April 26, 2016
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The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program announce a Standardization Action (SA) for the standardization of Chemical Sterilization Indicators. Only those vendors on the Qualified Suppliers List (QSL) MS-1508-54_ Chemical_Sterilization_Indicators are eligible for participation. The MMESO South is the lead MMESO for this project.    These Chemical Sterilization Indicators products are for purchase by the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) of the Military Health System (MHS) and for the operational assemblages of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Naval Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and managed regionally by MMESOs North, South, West, Pacific and Europe, hereafter referred to as MMESOs. The Incentive Agreement (IA) resulting from this Sources Sought Notification is a supplement to the Prime Vendor (PV) Program and is not a contract. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program please access the web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/      This Sources Sought Notification is intended to solicit pricing quotes from vendors who are on the subject QSL. The pricing that is provided must be discounted from Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) prices or proposed DAPA prices. Vendors who are currently qualified for the QSL must meet the requirements below. The resulting IA will be for a base period of three (3) years (36 months) from date of selection, with one (1) 24-month "option" period not to exceed a total of 5 years. Anticipated selection date is 5 June 2016. Among vendors who are on the subject QSL, best price will determine selection. It is intended that the selected vendor(s) for this IA will support the enterprise goal of medical materiel standardization that combines operational and institutional requirements. The government is seeking a single vendor selection for an IA. The government reserves the right to standardize or not standardize on Chemical Sterilization Indicators.    A. Products & Performance Required. The MMESOs are seeking product line items in the category of Chemical Sterilization Indicators. The total estimated enterprise-wide annual demand for this product line is approximately $1,305,015 based on Medical Product Data Bank (MedPDB) usage data over a recent 12-month period. The usage data represents requirements for the Army, Navy, and Air Force Institutional MTFs, along with operational assemblages in the Department of Defense (DoD). The specifications for this project are shown in Requirements below.      B. Instructions to VendorsVendors on the subject QSL who are interested in participating in the Standardization Action for an IA must provide a response to this Sources Sought Notification via e-mail to the MMESO POCs below. In addition to the offered pricing as specified, please include the following information: (1) Company name and address; (2) Company POC (Name and Phone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail address); (3) Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code; and (4) Identification of the Sources Sought notification to which the vendor is responding. Due to the potential for e-mail to be lost in transmission, from network security, etc., vendors are strongly encouraged to confirm with the MMESO South that the submission and quote were received by the MMESO South via e-mail, allowing adequate time for resubmission before the due date and time should a problem occur with the first submission. Vendor must complete and submit the IA FBO Package Worksheet. A vendor who cannot open the IA FBO Package Worksheet may contact either of the MMESO POCs below and a copy will be provided via an alternate method (fax, email or hard copy). Vendors that do not meet the deadline of COB 5:00 PM Central Standard Time (CST) on the date listed for closing, per the FBO Sources Sought notification, will not be eligible for participation in the Standardization Action for an Incentive Agreement.    C. Source Selection Procedures Pricing analysis of required items will occur for those vendors who have been previously qualified for the QSL. Price will be evaluated based on unit price multiplied by number of estimated units. Best overall price will be the determining factor in vendor selection for an Incentive Agreement for Standardization. Quotes should contain the vendor's best discounts off of the vendor's DAPA pricing. The Government intends to make a selection based on initial quotes but reserves the right to conduct discussions and request revised quotes, if determined necessary.       Vendor Instructions for Pricing SubmissionThe pricing requirements are outlined below. Complete pricing offer and vendor information must be submitted in full to the MMESO POCs by the response date of this Sources Sought Notification. Vendor pricing and packaging MUST match those that were submitted and qualified to the subject QSL FBO. Vendors not currently on the subject QSL will not be considered for an IA. Use these instructions to complete the IA FBO Package Worksheet. Vendors who are not selected will be notified in writing upon issuance of an IA.   1. Vendor must submit the following information via IA FBO Package Worksheet for each QSL required item: Vendor Part Number (PN), Manufacturer PN, Manufacturer Name, Full Item Description, DAPA Number for Item, Unit of Measure (UOM), Quantity (QTY) in UOM, Unit of Inner Packaging (UOP), QTY of UOM in UOP, Unit of Sale (UOS), QTY of UOM in UOS, UOS Base Price, UOS Incentive Price, UOM Base Price and UOM Incentive Price.     Item Descriptions / Annual Usage in Units /CLASS 2 "BOWIE-DICK TYPE" AIR REMOVAL INDICATOR TEST PACK / 143,305 /CLASS 5 STERILIZATION INTEGRATOR STRIP FOR EXPOSURE TO STEAM, 2 INCHES TO 4 INCHES / 5,832,150 /STERILIZATION INDICATOR TAPE, STEAM 1 INCH X 60 YDS / 35,443 /     2. Vendor may provide any or all of the additional items listed below, following the same format as for requirement number 1. Pricing for these additional items will not be part of the pricing computation for vendor selection. All additions will be at the discretion of the Government.     Item Descriptions /     STERILIZATION INDICATOR TAPE, STEAM ½ INCH X 60 YDS /STERILIZATION INDICATOR TAPE, STEAM ¾ INCH X 60 YDS /CLASS 5 STERILIZATION INTEGRATOR STRIP FOR EXPOSURE TO STEAM, LONGER THAN 4 INCHES /       3. Vendor will be required to submit discounts off of DAPA for all products included in this standardization initiative. Where lower base uncommitted government prices are available, such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices, incentive tier is expected to be lower than such prices. This is because DAPAs, unlike other government prices, are base uncommitted. A vendor shall not quote base uncommitted prices such as FSS prices as the discounted tier price for purposes of this standardization initiative. Vendor must provide quotes on items provided in response to the technical/company requirements. Based on the good faith volume estimates provided, vendor agrees to give all designated MTFs and Operational Units incentive pricing throughout the life of this agreement in exchange for 80% commitment of purchases for the MHS in this product line. A vendor who does not provide discounts off DAPA in response to the IA FBO will not be considered for continued participation.    Points of Contact (POCs): Mr. Joe Winter, RN, MMESO South Clinical Analyst, joseph.n.winter.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6072; Mr. David Sheaffer, MMESO South, Team Leader, david.v.sheaffer.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6075. DLA Troop Support Medical Contracting Officer: Ms. Tara J. Perrien, tara.perrien@dla.mil (215) 737-8307.

Lotion_Sunscreen

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published March 28, 2016  -  Deadline April 4, 2016
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The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program announce a Standardization Action (SA) for the standardization of Lotion, Sunscreen. Only those vendors on the Qualified Suppliers List (QSL) MS-1508-54_ Lotion_Sunscreen are eligible for participation. The MMESO South is the lead MMESO for this project.   These Lotion, Sunscreen products are for purchase by the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) of the Military Health System (MHS) and for the operational assemblages of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Naval Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and managed regionally by MMESOs North, South, West, Pacific and Europe, hereafter referred to as MMESOs. The Incentive Agreement (IA) resulting from this Sources Sought Notification is a supplement to the Prime Vendor (PV) Program and is not a contract. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program please access the web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/   This Sources Sought Notification is intended to solicit pricing quotes from vendors who are on the subject QSL. The pricing that is provided must be discounted from Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) prices or proposed DAPA prices. Vendors who are currently qualified for the QSL must meet the requirements below. The resulting IA will be for a base period of three (3) years (36 months) from date of selection, with one (1) 24-month "option" period not to exceed a total of 5 years. Anticipated selection date is May 2016. Among vendors who are on the subject QSL, best price will determine selection. It is intended that the selected vendor(s) for this IA will support the enterprise goal of medical materiel standardization that combines operational and institutional requirements. The government is seeking a single vendor selection for an IA. The government reserves the right to standardize or not standardize on Lotion, Sunscreen.  A. Products & Performance Required. The MMESOs are seeking product line items in the category of Lotion, Sunscreen. The total estimated enterprise-wide annual demand for this product line is approximately $739,031 based on Medical Product Data Bank (MedPDB) usage data over a recent 12-month period. The usage data represents requirements for the Army, Navy, and Air Force Institutional MTFs, along with operational assemblages in the Department of Defense (DoD). The specifications for this project are shown in Requirements below.  B. Instructions to VendorsVendors on the subject QSL who are interested in participating in the Standardization Action for an IA must provide a response to this Sources Sought Notification via e-mail to the MMESO POCs below. In addition to the offered pricing as specified, please include the following information: (1) Company name and address; (2) Company POC (Name and Phone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail address); (3) Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code; and (4) Identification of the Sources Sought notification to which the vendor is responding. Due to the potential for e-mail to be lost in transmission, from network security, etc., vendors are strongly encouraged to confirm with the MMESO South that the submission and quote were received by the MMESO South via e-mail, allowing adequate time for resubmission before the due date and time should a problem occur with the first submission. Vendor must complete and submit the IA FBO Package Worksheet. A vendor who cannot open the IA FBO Package Worksheet may contact either of the MMESO POCs below and a copy will be provided via an alternate method (fax, email or hard copy). Vendors that do not meet the deadline of COB 5:00 PM Central Standard Time (HST) on the date listed for closing, per the FBO Sources Sought notification, will not be eligible for participation in the Standardization Action for an Incentive Agreement.   C. Source Selection Procedures Pricing analysis of required items will occur for those vendors who have been previously qualified for the QSL. Price will be evaluated based on unit price multiplied by number of estimated units. Best overall price will be the determining factor in vendor selection for an Incentive Agreement for Standardization. Quotes should contain the vendor's best discounts off of the vendor's DAPA pricing. The Government intends to make a selection based on initial quotes but reserves the right to conduct discussions and request revised quotes, if determined necessary.   Vendor Instructions for Pricing SubmissionThe pricing requirements are outlined below. Complete pricing offer and vendor information must be submitted in full to the MMESO POCs by the response date of this Sources Sought Notification. Vendor pricing and packaging MUST match those that were submitted and qualified to the subject QSL FBO. Vendors not currently on the subject QSL will not be considered for an IA. Use these instructions to complete the IA FBO Package Worksheet. Vendors who are not selected will be notified in writing upon issuance of an IA.    1. Vendor must submit the following information via IA FBO Package Worksheet for each QSL required item: Vendor Part Number (PN), Manufacturer PN, Manufacturer Name, Full Item Description, DAPA Number for Item, Unit of Measure (UOM), Quantity (QTY) in UOM, Unit of Inner Packaging (UOP), QTY of UOM in UOP, Unit of Sale (UOS), QTY of UOM in UOS, UOS Base Price, UOS Incentive Price, UOM Base Price and UOM Incentive Price.  Item Descriptions / Annual Usage in Units /1. LOTION SUNSCREEN, SPF50 OR GREATER, W/ TITANIUM DIOXIDE AND/OR ZINC OXIDE / 102,955 /      2. Vendor will be required to submit discounts off of DAPA for all products included in this standardization initiative. Where lower base uncommitted government prices are available, such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices, incentive tier is expected to be lower than such prices. This is because DAPAs, unlike other government prices, are base uncommitted. A vendor shall not quote base uncommitted prices such as FSS prices as the discounted tier price for purposes of this standardization initiative. Vendor must provide quotes on items provided in response to the technical/company requirements. Based on the good faith volume estimates provided, vendor agrees to give all designated MTFs and Operational Units incentive pricing throughout the life of this agreement in exchange for 80% commitment of purchases for the MHS in this product line. A vendor who does not provide discounts off DAPA in response to the IA FBO will not be considered for continued participation.    Points of Contact (POCs): Mr. Joe Winter, RN, MMESO South Clinical Analyst, joseph.n.winter.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6072; Mr. David Sheaffer, MMESO South, Team Leader, david.v.sheaffer.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6075. DLA Troop Support Medical Contracting Officer: Ms. Tara J. Perrien, tara.perrien@dla.mil (215) 737-8307.

Exam_Table_Paper

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published December 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 29, 2015
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The Defense Health Agency (DHA) Medical Logistics (MEDLOG) Division Medical Materiel Enterprise Standardization Office (MMESO) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support Medical Prime Vendor (PV) Program announce a Standardization Action (SA) for the standardization of Exam Table Paper. Only those vendors on the Qualified Suppliers List (QSL) MS-1408-17_ Exam_Table_Paper are eligible for participation. The MMESO South is the lead MMESO for this project. These Exam Table Paper products are for purchase by the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) of the Military Health System (MHS) and for the operational assemblages of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Naval Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and managed regionally by MMESOs North, South, West, Pacific and Europe, hereafter referred to as MMESOs. The Incentive Agreement (IA) resulting from this Sources Sought Notification is a supplement to the Prime Vendor (PV) Program and is not a contract. For additional information regarding DLA Troop Support Medical's PV program please access the web site at https://www.medical.dla.mil/ This Sources Sought Notification is intended to solicit pricing quotes from vendors who are on the subject QSL. The pricing that is provided must be discounted from Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA) prices or proposed DAPA prices. Vendors who are currently qualified for the QSL must meet the requirements below. The resulting IA will be for a base period of two (2) years (24 months) from date of selection, with three (3) 12-month "option" periods not to exceed a total of 5 years. Anticipated selection date is February 2016. Among vendors who are on the subject QSL, best price will determine selection. It is intended that the selected vendor(s) for this IA will support the enterprise goal of medical materiel standardization that combines operational and institutional requirements. The government is seeking a single vendor selection for an IA. The government reserves the right to standardize or not standardize on Exam Table Paper. A. Products & Performance Required. The MMESOs are seeking product line items in the category of Exam Table Paper. The total estimated enterprise-wide annual demand for this product line is approximately $991,440 based on Medical Product Data Bank (MedPDB) usage data over a recent 12-month period. The usage data represents requirements for the Army, Navy, and Air Force Institutional MTFs, along with operational assemblages in the Department of Defense (DoD). The specifications for this project are shown in Requirements below. B. Instructions to Vendors Vendors on the subject QSL who are interested in participating in the Standardization Action for an IA must provide a response to this Sources Sought Notification via e-mail to the MMESO POCs below. In addition to the offered pricing as specified, please include the following information: (1) Company name and address; (2) Company POC (Name and Phone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail address); (3) Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code; and (4) Identification of the Sources Sought notification to which the vendor is responding. Due to the potential for e-mail to be lost in transmission, from network security, etc., vendors are strongly encouraged to confirm with the MMESO South that the submission and quote were received by the MMESO South via e-mail, allowing adequate time for resubmission before the due date and time should a problem occur with the first submission. Vendor must complete and submit the IA FBO Package Worksheet. A vendor who cannot open the IA FBO Package Worksheet may contact either of the MMESO POCs below and a copy will be provided via an alternate method (fax, email or hard copy). Vendors that do not meet the deadline of COB 5:00 PM Central Standard Time (HST) on the date listed for closing, per the FBO Sources Sought notification, will not be eligible for participation in the Standardization Action for an Incentive Agreement. C. Source Selection Procedures Pricing analysis of required items will occur for those vendors who have been previously qualified for the QSL. Price will be evaluated based on unit price multiplied by number of estimated units. Best overall price will be the determining factor in vendor selection for an Incentive Agreement for Standardization. Quotes should contain the vendor's best discounts off of the vendor's DAPA pricing. The Government intends to make a selection based on initial quotes but reserves the right to conduct discussions and request revised quotes, if determined necessary. Vendor Instructions for Pricing Submission The pricing requirements are outlined below. Complete pricing offer and vendor information must be submitted in full to the MMESO POCs by the response date of this Sources Sought Notification. Vendor pricing and packaging MUST match those that were submitted and qualified to the subject QSL FBO. Vendors not currently on the subject QSL will not be considered for an IA. Use these instructions to complete the IA FBO Package Worksheet. Vendors who are not selected will be notified in writing upon issuance of an IA. 1. Vendor must submit the following information via IA FBO Package Worksheet for each QSL required item: Vendor Part Number (PN), Manufacturer PN, Manufacturer Name, Full Item Description, DAPA Number for Item, Unit of Measure (UOM), Quantity (QTY) in UOM, Unit of Inner Packaging (UOP), QTY of UOM in UOP, Unit of Sale (UOS), QTY of UOM in UOS, UOS Base Price, UOS Incentive Price, UOM Base Price and UOM Incentive Price. Item Descriptions / Annual Usage in Units 1. EXAM TABLE PAPER 18 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE WHITE, WITHOUT PRINTED DESIGN / 403620 2. EXAM TABLE PAPER 18 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH WHITE, WITHOUT PRINTED DESIGN / 21768 2. Vendor may provide any or all of the additional items listed below, following the same format as for requirement number 1. Pricing for these additional items will not be part of the pricing computation for vendor selection. All additions will be at the discretion of the Government. Item Descriptions 1. EXAM TABLE PAPER 14-14.5 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE PRINT 2. EXAM TABLE PAPER 14-14.5 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE WHITE 3. EXAM TABLE PAPER 14-14.5 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH PRINT 4. EXAM TABLE PAPER 14-14.5 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH WHITE 5. EXAM TABLE PAPER 18 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE PRINT 6. EXAM TABLE PAPER 18 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH PRINT 7. EXAM TABLE PAPER 20 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE WHITE 8. EXAM TABLE PAPER 21 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE PRINT 9. EXAM TABLE PAPER 21 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE WHITE 10. EXAM TABLE PAPER 21 INCHES X 125-130 FEET SMOOTH WHITE 11. EXAM TABLE PAPER 21 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH PRINT 12. EXAM TABLE PAPER 21 INCHES X 225-230 FEET SMOOTH WHITE 13. EXAM TABLE PAPER 24 INCHES X 125-130 FEET CREPE WHITE 2. Vendor will be required to submit discounts off of DAPA for all products included in this standardization initiative. Where lower base uncommitted government prices are available, such as Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) prices, incentive tier is expected to be lower than such prices. This is because DAPAs, unlike other government prices, are base uncommitted. A vendor shall not quote base uncommitted prices such as FSS prices as the discounted tier price for purposes of this standardization initiative. Vendor must provide quotes on items provided in response to the technical/company requirements. Based on the good faith volume estimates provided, vendor agrees to give all designated MTFs and Operational Units incentive pricing throughout the life of this agreement in exchange for 80% commitment of purchases for the MHS in this product line. A vendor who does not provide discounts off DAPA in response to the IA FBO will not be considered for continued participation. Points of Contact (POCs): Mr. Joe Winter, RN, MMESO South Clinical Analyst, joseph.n.winter.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6072; Mr. David Sheaffer, MMESO South, Team Leader, david.v.sheaffer.ctr@mail.mil, (210) 536-6075. DLA Troop Support Medical Contracting Officer: Ms. Tara J. Perrien, tara.perrien@dla.mil (215) 737-8307.

Z--P987 UPGRADES TO PIER 21 AT NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE NAVAL BASE CORONADO CA

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published September 16, 2015
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This project was awarded as an 8(a) sole source project under the Partnership agreement between the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Department of Defense dated January 7, 2013. The Work requires the contractor to upgrade Pier 21 to accommodate heavy small boats, through the of a reinforced floating dock which will be a lower elevation than the existing portion of the pier.

AC Breaker Unit Assembly Kit

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 15, 2016
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1. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Cryptologic & Cyber Systems Contracting Division (HNCKI), intends to award a Sole Source, Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 13.106-1(b)(2), soliciting from a limited source to satisfy agency requirements, utilizing Simplified Acquisition Procedures. 2. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included with this notice. This announcement constitutes the only written solicitation and quotes are being requested. The associated North American Industrial Classification Standard code (NAICS) is 335313, Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing, with a size standard of 1,250. 3. Solicitation/Purchase Request Number is FA8307-16-R-0259 issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ). This document incorporates provisions and clauses that are in effect through the Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005-89, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement Change Notice (DPN) 20160830, and Air Force Acquisition Circular (AFAC) 2016-0603. The clauses and provisions referenced in this solicitation may be obtained in full text form located at FAR Site, http://farsite.hill.af.mil. 4. AFLCMC/HNCKI intends to award a Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order for the acquisition of the following: CLIN 0001 - AC Breaker Unit Assembly Kit, Part Number: HT007279Shipping will be included in the price of the quote. The Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) is Gamlet, Inc., Cage Code: 4S853, 1750 Toronita St, York, PA 17402. Gamlet, Inc. produces the AC Breaker unit assembly kit in accordance with Air Force specifications/engineering drawings that cannot be publicly released. Potential vendors for this effort would have to have an agreement with the OEM, Gamlet, Inc. to ensure they can meet specifications and the appropriate Air Force approvals. 5. Interested parties capable of providing the above must submit a written quote to include discount terms, tax identification number, cage code, and DUNS. Documentation is also required indicating Air Force approval for providing the Amplifier/Switch Unit. Detailed information is outlined in the attached request for quote (RFQ) solicitation. To be eligible for award, you must be registered in the System for Award Management and annual confirmation requirements via the internet at www.sam.gov. 6. All offers are due not later than 15 Sep 2016, at 12:00 pm (Central Standard Time). Late quotes/offers will not be considered. Offers should be emailed to Elizabeth Arzola at elizabeth.arzola@us.af.mil.  

Amplifier/Switch Unit

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline September 13, 2016
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1. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Cryptologic & Cyber Systems Contracting Division (HNCKI), intends to award a Sole Source, Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 13.106-1(b)(2), soliciting from a limited source to satisfy agency requirements, utilizing Simplified Acquisition Procedures. 2. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included with this notice. This announcement constitutes the only written solicitation and quotes are being requested. The associated North American Industrial Classification Standard code (NAICS) is 334419, Other Electronic Component Manufacturing, with a size standard of 750. 3. Solicitation/Purchase Request Number is FA8307-16-R-0262 issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ). This document incorporates provisions and clauses that are in effect through the Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005-89, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement Change Notice (DPN) 20160830, and Air Force Acquisition Circular (AFAC) 2016-0603. The clauses and provisions referenced in this solicitation may be obtained in full text form located at FAR Site, http://farsite.hill.af.mil. 4. AFLCMC/HNCKI intends to award a Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order for the acquisition of the following: CLIN 0001 - Amplifier/Switch Unit, Part Number: 8390-2. Quantity: 2 eachShipping will be included in the price of the quote. The Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) is API/Weinschel, Inc., Cage Code: 93459, 5305 Spectrum Dr., Frederick, MD 21703. API/Weinschel, Inc. owns the proprietary rights for the custom made model 8390-2 Amplifier/Switch Units. They are comprised of an eight position terminating input switch and RF amplifier and a relay based step attenuation. The model/part number has been approved by the Air Force Configuration Control Board. Potential vendors for this effort would have to have an agreement with the OEM, API/Weinschel, Inc. to ensure they can meet specifications and the appropriate Air Force approvals. 5. Interested parties capable of providing the above must submit a written quote to include discount terms, tax identification number, cage code, and DUNS. Documentation is also required indicating Air Force approval for providing the Amplifier/Switch Unit. Detailed information is outlined in the attached request for quote (RFQ) solicitation. To be eligible for award, you must be registered in the System for Award Management and annual confirmation requirements via the internet at www.sam.gov. 6. All offers are due not later than 13 Sep 2016, at 10:00 am (Central Standard Time). Late quotes/offers will not be considered. Offers should be emailed to Elizabeth Arzola at elizabeth.arzola@us.af.mil.  

Rechargeable Battery Module (RBM) II

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published August 29, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Cryptologic & Cyber Systems Contracting Division (HNCKI), intends to award a Brand Name, Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR 13.106-1(b)(2), soliciting from a limited source to satisfy agency requirements, utilizing Simplified Acquisition Procedures. 1. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included with this notice. This announcement constitutes the only written solicitation and quotes are being requested. The associated North American Industrial Classification Standard code (NAICS) is 335911, Storage Battery Manufacturing, with a size standard of 1,250. 2. Solicitation/Purchase Request Number is FA8307-16-R-0237 issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ). This document incorporates provisions and clauses that are in effect through the Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005-89, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement Change Notice (DPN) 20160811, and Air Force Acquisition Circular (AFAC) 2016-0603. The clauses and provisions referenced in this solicitation may be obtained in full text form located at FAR Site, http://farsite.hill.af.mil. 3. AFLCMC/HNCKI intends to award a Firm Fixed Price Purchase Order for the acquisition of the following: CLIN 0001 - Rechargeable Battery Module (RBM) II Battery assemblies, P/N TASS-1822, Qty: 300 each Shipping will be included in the price of the quote. The OEM is Genesis Electronics, Inc., part number: 12V-XE30. The basic battery has been modified, and Air Force approved vendors are: Garud Technology Services, Inc., 11005 Hunters View Rd, Ellicott City, MD, 21042-6100, Cage Code: 3ZKQ1, and Sechan Electronics, Inc., 525 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, PA 17543-8902. 4. Interested parties capable of providing the above must submit a written quote to include discount terms, tax identification number, cage code, and DUNS. Documentation is also required indicating Air Force approval for providing the modified battery. Detailed information is outlined in the attached request for quote (RFQ) solicitation. To be eligible for award, you must be registered in the System for Award Management and annual confirmation requirements via the internet at www.sam.gov. 5. All offers are due no later than Friday, 2 Sep 2016, at 9:00 am (Central Time). Late quotes/offers will not be considered. Offers should be emailed to Elizabeth Arzola at elizabeth.arzola@us.af.mil.  

DISA building 200, Upgrade Fire Suppression

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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The resultant of this project will provide DISA with fully functional upgraded fire detection and suppression systems (complete with project timelines, Specifications, Design Calculations, Drawings, O&M Manuals, and Training) in Computer Rooms 1, 2A and 2B. Demolition shall include removal of existing wet-pipe fire sprinkler system segments not compatible or convertible back to a pre-action system in Computer Rooms 1, 2A and 2B. Design and installation shall consist of the installation of new Clean Agent and nitrogen filled double interlock fire sprinkler suppression systems in computer rooms 1, 2A and 2B meeting current applicable local building codes, standards and regulations as well as DoD and DISA standards. Design and installation shall also address exhausting in identified areas at a rate of one (1) cfm per square foot of floor space.The original building computer room and data storage area in the central portion of the facility were protected with Halon fire suppression systems. After enactment of the Clean Air Act in 1994 and the adoption of a non-use policy by the DoD, the Halon systems were replaced with a conventional wet pipe sprinkler systems. With the development of clean agent chemical compounds that meet the guidelines outlined in the Clean Air Act and also present very low exposure risk to equipment and humans, clean agent fire protection is to be reintroduced into the critical computer and communication equipment areas. The project objective is to design and construct a Clean Agent Fire Protection Systems and Pre-Action Automatic Sprinkler Systems for Building 200, Port San Antonio, San Antonio, TX. The three computer rooms contain servers which shall be maintained in operation throughout the contract. Room CR2A contains one small desk and chair with minimal (half-hour) daily usage, Room CR2B contains a work cubicle for two personnel which manned 0700-1600 M-F. The remaining rooms CR1 and CR3 are solely server rooms. Contractor shall be responsible for moving cubicle/desk/chairs as required and coordinate computer/electronics relocation with Defense Enterprise Computing Centers (DECC) through the Contractor Officer Representative (COR).