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Employment and Social Development Canada | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017
Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: Suppliers on permanent list or able to meet qualification requirements Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   G9292-175646 Jean-Sébastien Deslauriers Tel.: 873-469-3964 Email: jean-sebastien.deslauriers@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca  This Bid Solicitation is issued against the Learning Services Supply Arrangement (SA), PWGSC File No. E60ZH-070003.  All terms and conditions of the Learning Services SA apply and must be incorporated into any resulting contract. The requirement described herein is open only to PWGSC Learning Services SA Pre-qualified suppliers.  Stream 2 - Instructional Design & Development Services Stream 3 - Custom eLearning Product Programming Stream 4 - Rapid eLearning Product Programming Stream 5 - Quality Assurance  Stream 6 - Multi-Media Design & Development Stream 7 - Project Management  Categories:  3.2.1 Instructional Designer 3.3.1 Custom eLearning Product Programmer 3.4.1 Rapid eLearning Product Programmer 3.5.1 Quality Assurance 3.6.1 Graphic Design 3.6.3 Animator 3.6.5 Audio Production 3.6.7 Narration 3.7.1 Project Manager  The Government Electronic Tendering Service on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders is the sole authoritative source for Government of Canada tenders that are subject to trade agreements or subject to departmental policies that require public advertising of tenders.  Employment and Social Development Canada(ESDC) has a requirement for design and development of e-learning products. The specific requirement is for the provision of services, on an as and when requested basis.  The period of the contract will be from contract award to March 31, 2020 with the option to extend by two (2) additional one year periods. The work will be performed in the National Capital Area.  There are security requirements associated with this requirement. For additional information, consult Part 6 - Security, Financial and Other Requirements, and Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses. For more information on personnel and organization security screening or security clauses, bidders should refer to the Industrial Security Program (ISP) of Public Works and Government Services Canada (http://ssi-iss.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/index-eng.html) website.  This bid solicitation uses Portable Document Format (PDF) technology. To access the PDF form, bidders must have a PDF reader installed. If bidders do not already have such a reader, there are several PDF readers available on the Internet.  It is recommended to use the latest version of PDF reader to benefit all features of the interactive forms.  Please note that PWGSC is piloting the use of dynamic pdf forms to facilitate the bidding process on this procurement.  As a result, PWGSC may contact you at a later date for feedback on your experience.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), the NorthAmerican Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Market Consultation E-learning CPR & Disturbances of consciousness and e-learning First Aid - NS Groep NV

NS Groep N.V. | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
Market Consultation E-learning CPR & Disturbances of consciousness and e-learning First Aid. On asking for contact.

Interagencies e-learning language courses

ESMA | Published December 24, 2016  -  Deadline February 7, 2017

Tilrettelæggelse og gennemførelse af sprogundervisning via nettet for personalet.

E-læring med henblik på sprog til 31 europæiske enheder.

Organisation und Durchführung von Online-Sprachkursen für Mitarbeiter.

E-Learning-Dienste in Bezug auf Sprachen für 31 europäische Einrichtungen.

Organisation and implementation of online language training for staff members.

e-Learning services for languages for 31 European entities.

Organización e impartición de formación de idiomas en línea para miembros del personal.

servicios de aprendizaje electrónico de idiomas para 31 entidades europeas.

Sopimuksen kohteena on henkilöstön jäsenille tarkoitetun verkkokielikoulutuksen järjestäminen ja toteuttaminen.

Hankinnan kohteena on kieliä koskevat verkko-oppimispalvelut 31:tä eurooppalaista tahoa varten.

Organisation et mise en œuvre de cours de formation linguistique en ligne pour les membres du personnel.

Services d'apprentissage linguistique en ligne pour 31 entités européennes.

Οργάνωση και υλοποίηση γλωσσικής κατάρτισης επιγραμμικώς για μέλη του προσωπικού.

Υπηρεσίες ηλεκτρονικής μάθησης ξένων γλωσσών για 31 ευρωπαϊκές οντότητες.

Organizzazione e realizzazione di formazione linguistica online per i membri del personale.

Servizi e-learning di lingue per 31 entità europee.

Organisatie en tenuitvoerlegging van onlinetaalopleiding voor personeelsleden.

E-learningdiensten voor talen voor 31 Europese entiteiten.

Organização e implementação de formação linguística em linha para os membros do pessoal.

Serviços de aprendizagem em linha de línguas para 31 entidades europeias.

Anordnande och genomförande av språkutbildning online för anställda.

Tjänster för e-lärande för språk till förmån för 31 europeiska enheter.

Organizace a realizace internetové jazykové výuky pro zaměstnance.

služby elektronického vzdělávání (e-learning) v oblasti jazykové výuky pro 31 evropských subjektů.

Töötajatele veebipõhise keeleõppe korraldamine ja rakendamine.

E-õppe keelekursuste teenused 31 Euroopa asutusele.

Online nyelvtanfolyamok szervezése és lebonyolítása munkatársak részére.

e-learning nyelvoktatási szolgáltatások teljesítése 31 uniós szerv részére.

Kalbų mokymo internetu organizavimas ir įgyvendinimas darbuotojams.

E. kalbų mokymosi paslaugos 31 Europos subjektui.

Tiešsaistes valodu apmācības organizēšana un īstenošana darbinieku vajadzībām.

E-mācību pakalpojumi attiecībā uz valodām 31 Eiropas iestādei.

L-organizzazzjoni u l-implimentazzjoni ta' taħriġ onlajn fil-lingwi għal membri tal-persunal.

Servizzi ta' tagħlim elettroniku fil-lingwi għal 31 entità Ewropea.

Organizacja i przeprowadzenie szkoleń językowych online dla członków personelu.

Usługi e-uczenia się na potrzeby nauki języków dla 31 europejskich podmiotów.

Organizovanie a vykonávanie online jazykovej prípravy pre zamestnancov.

Služby elektronického vzdelávania v oblasti jazykov pre 31 európskych subjektov.

Organizacija in izvedba spletnega jezikovnega usposabljanja za člane osebja.

Storitve e-učenja jezikov za 31 evropskih subjektov.

Oiliúint teanga ar líne a eagrú agus a chur chun feidhme do bhaill foirne.

Seirbhísí ríomhfhoghlama le haghaidh teangacha do 31 aonán Eorpacha.

Организиране и осъществяване на онлайн езиково обучение за служители.

услуги по електронно езиково обучение за 31 европейски органи.

Organizarea și implementarea de cursuri de formare lingvistică online pentru membrii personalului.

Servicii de învățare electronică de limbi străine în beneficiul a 31 de entități europene.

Organizacija i provedba jezičnog osposobljavanja putem interneta za članove osoblja.

Jezične usluge putem e-učenja za 31 europski subjekt.

Provision of E-learning Portal and Contents

West London Mental Health NHS Trust | Published January 16, 2017  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
The Trust has a 24 hour health care workforce based across 32 sites, and offers many development opportunities supported by e-learning provision. The Trust is keen to work with e-learning providers to establish programmes that support the learning needs of staff and enable them to access this training at times convenient to them.

Software programming and consultancy services

Helsingborgs stad | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2017

The contract covers the purchase of a web-based e-learning systems to be implemented throughout the City of Helsingborg's Health and care department. The number of users is estimated at around 3 000 units. E-learning system will in future act as a natural meeting place where administration employees aimed at recurrent and occasional courses. Through e-learning system has a modern management tools to pursue skills-building operations that assume leitmotifs personalization, flexibility, quality and productivity.

Systems for e-learning VOF 771/16

Helsingborgs stad. | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2017
Audience Ad: The procurement is publicly advertised and the bidding process is ongoing. The deadline to submit bids is 18.01.2017. The offer is valid until 18.07.2017. More information can be found by clicking on the specifications in the left menu and subtitle tenders for information on how you should proceed to tender.

Expansion of secondary education, e-learning

Haridus- ja Teadusministeerium - Urmas Jaagusoo | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
The goal is to subscribe to the requirements of modern education and the national curriculum meet digikogumikud, which can be used as study material (including e-learning course are carried out) if necessary by adapting or building on their own, and the student in secondary education.

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION: The abbot e-learning and training management system

Oy Apotti Ab | Published December 22, 2016
This is not a call for tenders, the contract notice or advance notice, but on services of the information request, the purpose of which is to launch a technical dialogue with service providers. Request for information related to Abbot Oy Ab acquired with a view of the functioning of the education system, which must include e-learning and training management system. This request for information is intended to identify e-learning and training systems and / or services containing management system market, companies providing them and find related to the upcoming acquisition of technical, financial and operational reviews. submission of a reply is not required to answer all your questions. Based on the responses the contracting entity to specify the requirements imposed on the acquisition. This is not a call for tenders, the contract notice or advance notice, but on services of the information request, the purpose of which is to launch a technical dialogue with service providers. Request for information related to Abbot Oy Ab acquired with a view of the functioning of the education system, which must include e-learning and training management system. This request for information is intended to identify e-learning and training systems and / or services containing management system market, companies providing them and find related to the upcoming acquisition of technical, financial and operational reviews. submission of a reply is not required to answer all your questions. Based on the responses the contracting entity to specify the requirements imposed on the acquisition.

CAD technology, e-learning

Etelä-Savon elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
To tender on training are specified in the invitation to tender annexed to refine the description of the training (Annex 1). The procuring entity shall select one (1) supplier with whom the contracting authority enters into a contract. The contracting entity reserves the right not to have training presented in this invitation to tender. made on the basis of this call for tenders is realized within the available budget year appropriations. NOTE! Notification of additional information can be found on Offer Service -toimittajaportaalista. Also on offer / request to participate, the transmission is done in this way. Direct link to the notification of additional information can be found here Hilma-notification. To tender on training are specified in the invitation to tender annexed to refine the description of the training (Annex 1). The procuring entity shall select one (1) supplier with whom the contracting authority enters into a contract. The contracting entity reserves the right not to have training presented in this invitation to tender. made on the basis of this call for tenders is realized within the available budget year appropriations. NOTE! Notification of additional information can be found on Offer Service -toimittajaportaalista. Also on offer / request to participate, the transmission is done in this way. Direct link to the notification of additional information can be found here Hilma-notification.

E-learning content

Raha-automaattiyhdistys | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
Envisaged number of operators: 5

Wirral Council E Learning Site ULearn

Wirral Borough Council | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 27, 2017
To provide a Learning Management System and a range of content to be used for online staff training.

RFQ - 000209 - Virtual Learning Environment

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
The Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service is seeking to procure a new virtual learning environment as primarily an e-learning platform to host our organisational digital learning programmes with a planned into service and working start of Summer 2017.

West Sussex County Council Learning and Development Services Dynamic Purchasing System

West Sussex County Council | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline March 20, 2017

West Sussex County Council wishes to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System to be used to procure Learning and Development Services, including but not limited to the following:

a) Face to Face Training and Development.

b) Online Training.

c) Learning Management Systems (LMS).

d) E-Learning.

e) Apprenticeships.

West Sussex County Council Learning and Development Services Dynamic Purchasing System

West Sussex County Council | Published December 21, 2016

West Sussex County Council wishes to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System to be used to procure Learning and Development Services, including but not limited to the following:

a) Face to Face Training and Development.

b) Online Training.

c) Learning Management Systems (LMS).

d) E-Learning.

e) Apprenticeships.

WSCC - SC - Learning and Development Dynamic Purchasing System- application process

West Sussex County Council | Published December 30, 2016  -  Deadline March 1, 2021
West Sussex County Council (the Council) wishes to establish a Dynamic Purchasing System to be used to procure Learning and Development Services, including but not limited to the following:
a) Face to Face Training and Development
b) Online Training
c) Learning Management Systems (LMS)
d) E-Learning
e) Apprenticeships

The Council hereby invites interested organisations from the private, public and third (voluntary, community and Charitable) sector to apply for admission on to this Dynamic Purchasing System for the provision of learning and development services.

In order for your application to be considered for the 1st April 2017 start date for the DPS, please submit your application no later than 5pm on Monday 20th March 2017. After this date there will be a pause to allow us to process and set up the DPS ready for the first call-offs to be run from the 1st April. You will still be able to submit an application during the period of the 21st March to the 1st April 2017, but we may not be able to review it in time for the 1st April.

The DPS has a validity period of 4 years, after which the Council will review and determine if it will be extended.

Computer support and consultancy services

Caisse Nationale RSI | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017

The Framework Agreement is to providing assistance services to the MOA, as part of activities related to SDSI IHR.

The expected benefits are:

The Assistance in writing automation specifications.

Assistance in the preparation of automated recipe operations.

Operational assistance in the implementation of automated recipe.

Coordination and monitoring of automation operations.

MOA audience to the operational team within the IHR directions within document production inherent in IT projects according to OMEGA method IHR and in compliance with the requirements laid down by the national validation.

The expected benefits are:

The Assistance to the formalization of a statement of requirements.

Attendance at the preliminary study to launch the project.

Assistance in the drafting of general specifications.

Attendance at the rereading detailed specifications.

The assistance in the preparation of recipe operations.

The operational assistance to the execution of the recipe.

Coordination and monitoring of the work.

This work can be grouped into two broad categories that are on the one hand, information and communication operations around deployment of new solutions (or consistent with existing software development), and other hand, training operations in both conventional sessions in E-Learning.

The expected benefits are:

Operational Assistance in change management.

The design and implementation of a training plan.

The operational assistance in designing training modules.

The design of an E-Training.

Dissemination and monitoring of E-Learning.

The Assistance to the realization of user guides.

The expected benefits are:

The studies of the business process for a particular domain or inter-domain.

The feasibility study of a project.

Conducting economic feasibility studies.

Achieving opportunity studies.

Conducting organizational audits.

The review of project / site.

Project monitoring and maintenance to eligible National Validation device.

Methodological Guidance on Internal Control of the activity.

The risk Mastery Expertise.

Awareness and support for beneficiaries of RSA to Internet usage and digital.

CONSEIL DÉPARTEMENTAL DE LA CHARENTE M. Le Président 31 boulevard Emile Roux CS 60 000 16917 ANGOULEME - Cedex 9 Tél : 05 16 09 50 00 - Fax : 05 16 09 51 86 | Published April 22, 2016
This consultation relates outreach services and support to beneficiaries of RSA to Internet usage and digital. These benefits are: - awareness of Internet usages - accompanying digital - providing a platform for e-learning - renting a web TV platform This consultation will lead to the conclusion of an agree- PO frame with a single economic operator for a maximum amount of € 200,000 including VAT.

Training software package

Oy Apotti Ab | Published December 23, 2016

This is not a call for tenders, the contract notice or advance notice, but on services of the information request, the purpose of which is to launch a technical dialogue with service providers. Request for information related to Abbot Oy Ab acquired with a view of the functioning of the education system, which must include e-learning and training management system. This request for information is intended to identify e-learning and training systems and / or services containing management system market, companies providing them and find related to the upcoming acquisition of technical, financial and operational reviews.

submission of a reply is not required to answer all your questions. Based on the responses the contracting entity to specify the requirements imposed on the acquisition.

Draft SIR/Request for Comment, Aerospace Medicine Safety Information System (AMSIS), Segment 1

Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) | Published April 21, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
This Draft Screening Information Request (DSIR) announcement is issued in accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Acquisition Management System (AMS) Policy 3.2.1.2.1.  This announcement is NOT a Screening Information Request (SIR) or a Request For Offer (RFO).  The FAA is not seeking, nor accepting, unsolicited proposals.  The FAA will not pay for any information received or costs incurred in preparing any response to this Draft SIR.  Any costs associated with this Draft SIR are solely at the interested vendor’s expense. Materials submitted will not be returned.
NAICS Codes: The Prime Principal North American Industry Classification System codes for this requirement are 541512, Computer Systems Design Services; 541511, Custom Computer Programming Services, Computer program or software development, custom; and 541330, Engineering Service.
1. PURPOSE:
The purpose of publishing this Draft SIR is to allow Industry the opportunity to review and provide input on the planned Aerospace Medicine Safety Information System (AMSIS) Draft SIR.  This is an effort to promote continual open communications with Industry in the hopes of improving the quality of the Final SIR.
The FAA anticipates releasing a Full & Open Competition, with a mixture of pricing CLINS, and an anticipated period of performance of potentially five (5) years consisting of an approximately three (3) year base contact, and two (2) one-year options."
The FAA based the D-SIR release on consolidated feedback from RFI #2, Market Survey Announcement #20864, dated 5/8/2015 and vendor interviews conducted in July 2015; and Market Survey #1, Announcement #15946, dated 3/7/14.
2. INDUSTRY RESPONSES TO DRAFT SIR:
Industry responses may consist of both questions and/or comments pertaining to the Draft SIR and its attachments.  All responses must be received in a matrix format as identified below.  Any responses received from Industry that are not in the matrix format may be at risk of not being addressed.  Phone calls and or unannounced visits will not be accepted.
The FAA requests that a Matrix format be used.  The matrix will allow for traceability to the key area(s), reducing any confusion or misunderstandings.
The Matrix should reflect the following Columns across the top:
* Attachment or Doc Reference
* Page or Reference
* Question / Comment
* FAA response
*** One Question or Comment per line
All responses must be emailed to the Contracting Officer, (CO) Katherine Petito-Peverall at katherine.petito-peverall@faa.gov between April 22, 2016 and May 24, 2016, with the additional time allowed for comments to the AMSIS System Specification Document (SSD) to be submitted by June 8, 2016.  The FAA-AMSIS Program Office and Contracting Officer will make every effort to address all responses received from Industry.  Those responses received after 2PM Eastern Daylight Savings Time on Tuesday, May 24 or to the AMSIS specification on Wednesday, June 8 may be addressed, if time permits.
Draft SIR Release: April 21, 2016
Draft SIR Part 1 Response: May 24, 2016 at 2PM
Draft SIR Part 2 Response: June 8, 2016 at 2PM
Draft SIR Close: June 8, 2016 at 2PM
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.  ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE IN WRITING AND EMAILED TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER, CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW.  THE FAA MAY CONTACT RESPONDENTS TO ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNICATIONS.  THE GOAL OF THIS DRAFT SIR/REQUEST FOR COMMENT IS TO IMPROVE THE STRUCTURE OF THE ACQUISITION, THE ANTICIPATED SOLICITATION AND ULTIMATELY THE QUALITY OF THE COMPETITION.
1.0  Introduction
This Draft Screening Information Request (D-SIR) and Request for Information (RFI) and comments announcement is issued in accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Acquisition Management System (AMS) Policy 3.2.1.2.1.
This announcement provides the opportunity for industry to offer FAA comments on the draft acquisition package (D-SIR) and supporting system specification documentation (SSD) for the Aerospace Medicine Safety Information System (AMSIS).  The purpose of this Draft SIR (D-SIR) is to:
1.	Allow industry the opportunity to review and provide input on the planned Aerospace Medicine Safety Information System (AMSIS) Final Screening Information Request (SIR).  This is an effort to promote continual open communications with industry in the hopes of improving the quality of the Final SIR;
2.	Provide additional information about AMSIS system required functionality to industry and request comments from interested companies about capabilities, performance, and technical requirements provided with the D-SIR;
3.	Seek and identify industry interest in the program;
4.	Collect industry comments on the statement of work, proposed contract types/structure, key deliverables, and system specifications to further shape and define AMSIS in support of a successful Final Investment Decision (FID) and subsequent procurement; and,
5.	Inform the industry that the AMSIS Program Management Office may be releasing a Final SIR/Request for Offers (RFO) in the near future.
The AMSIS program is now in the final investment analysis phase that includes plans for the system procurement and final investment decision in FY2017.  The results of the D-SIR industry comments will serve as a tool for FAA to determine the final acquisition approach and AMSIS system requirements.  The D-SIR and any subsequent Final SIR will provide for a contract to deliver Segment 1 of the AMSIS program capabilities identified in the SIR package provided with this announcement.  A potential future contract option, based upon successful performance and delivery of Segment 1, may result in an award for the delivery of additional requirements to be developed and implemented as enhancements to AMSIS as Segment 2.
2.0 Background
The FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine (AAM) is responsible for a broad range of medical programs and services for both the domestic and international aviation communities.  AAM is responsible for advancing the field of study of aerospace medicine and for the medical certification programs and medical surveillance of airmen, Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCS), and other safety critical personnel.  The AAM Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) maintains millions of individual records on over 450,000 medical certifications conducted each year as part of AAM’s role in the oversight of three quarters of a million airmen and nearly 17,000 ATCs.  CAMI records include approximately 18,000,000 past medical examinations for airmen and ATCS.  The surveillance program for the Drug Abatement Division (AAM-800) oversees over 8,097 certificated entities.  The Department of Transportation (DOT) administered Internal Substance Abuse Program (ISAP) oversees all FAA employees through random drug testing. The Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) program surveys approximately 4,250 AMEs both domestically and internationally.  AAM has designed, developed and implemented information systems to efficiently process and manage safety, health and research information collected by FAA’s regulatory programs.
AAM will use the AMSIS to develop a new information system for tracking and analyzing a broad selection of medical information associated with pilots, air traffic controllers and other aviation-related personnel.  The AMSIS Program will provide AAM with a system that fully supports the following five AAM core safety initiatives:
•	Medical Certification of Airmen;
•	Medical Clearance of ATCS;
•	Oversight and management of the Aviation Industry Substance Abuse Program;
•	Internal Substance Abuse Program; and,
•	Aerospace Medical Research.
The AMSIS program office (AJM-2343) is responsible for preparing and executing the investment analysis, acquisition planning, final investment decision and procurement of the system.  The request for information will assist the program leadership team with final definition of requirements, scope, contract type and structure and development of a solicitation package.
3.0 Description
AMSIS will provide an aerospace medical information network that integrates critical medical information from geographically distributed locations both nationally and internationally.
The successful AMSIS contractor will assist the FAA program office to design and develop new information systems architecture, and design, develop and deploy a next generation information system.  The program objectives include providing tools necessary for AAM to analyze information to make risk-based policy decisions through using an automated method of collecting, reviewing, and analyzing medical information for Airmen and ATCS.
This system must ensure real time and comprehensive access to data, thereby improving timeliness and accuracy while reducing paper-based correspondence.  It must also enable collaboration within the aviation community, both domestic and international, as well as among personnel, designees, and applicants.  Data must be secured and remain easily accessible, while facilitating management and workforce decision making, thereby providing the basis for a proactive safety approach with improved productivity.
AMSIS will provide better data accessibility and a greater ability to analyze medical information and denial data to identify safety trends that could impact system safety.  Specifically, AMSIS is intended to reduce accidents and improve safety by:
•	Reducing falsification of health records and preventing pilots or ATCs from operating in the NAS when they have medical conditions hazardous to aviation safety;
•	Improving the ability to analyze medical data and identify and mitigate hazards related to specific and/or systemic airmen and ATCs health issues;
•	Improving the ability to match airmen and ATCs medical records with the electronic health records of other government agencies and departments;
•	Ensuring the accuracy and integrity of airmen and ATCs medical data;
•	Leveraging the National Health Information Network (NHIN), Health Information Exchange (HIE) system medical records, and Ad Hoc, Regional, Multi-Regional HIEs, to improve the accuracy of airmen and ATCS medical data; and,
•	Improving the surveillance and oversight of designees and aviation industry substance abuse programs.
The AMSIS solution will be hosted using FAA-provided information system and communications infrastructure, such as secure administrative data networks in place now and those being implemented as part of future FAA information technology (IT) enterprise upgrades and programs.  The technical alternatives analysis conducted as part of previous market survey responses determined that the AMSIS solution will be a hybrid of both commercial off the shelf (COTS), enhancements to existing FAA/government-owned systems, and custom software development of specific applications.  The AMSIS is envisioned to be provided using a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design approach and implemented with a hybrid agile/waterfall solution delivery strategy.
This D-SIR/RFI, inclusive of the attachments, is intended to:
(1) assist industry in providing inputs, comments, and insights to FAA to refine AMSIS acquisition package, and,
(2) provide industry with the opportunity to comment on initial requirements, implementation strategies, and contracting alternatives prior to release of the Final SIR later this year.  The program office welcomes innovative ideas and solutions to best deliver the AMSIS system to support the various FAA and community user organizations’ needs.
4.0 Nature of the Competition.
This is a full and open competition.
5.0 Notifications
The Draft SIR does not commit the Government to pay any costs incurred in the submission of any proposal or in making necessary studies or designs for the preparation thereof or to acquire or contract for any services.  Vendors are to identify all documentation that is proprietary.  This notice does not restrict the Government as to the ultimate acquisition approach it may take in connection with this requirement.
6.0 Attachments
The D-SIR documents are provided as attachments to this announcement.  In addition, attachments providing templates or requiring submittal of comments are also included in this request for information.
The following attachments are provided as the AMSIS Draft SIR and request for industry comments:
Section A, Contract Information Sheet
Section B, Products or Services Prices & Costs
Section C, Statement of Work (SOW)
Section D, Packaging & Marking
Section E, Inspection & Acceptance
Section F, Deliveries or Performance
Section G, Contract Administration Data
Section H, Special Contract Requirements
Section I, Contract Clauses
Section J, List of Documents and Other Attachments (per table below)
Attachment Number and Document Name:
J-1	AMSIS CDRLS & DIDs Index
J-2 	Vendor Document Security Notification (DSN)Agreement
AMSIS System Specification Document (SSD), Volumes I & II
J-3	AMSIS Working Groups, TIMS, Reviews, Etc.
J-4	ATO-PMO Risk, Issue, and Opportunities (RIO) Management Plan
J-5	AMSIS Risk, Issue, and Opportunities (RIO) Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
J-6	AMSIS RIO Template
J-8	FAA Information Technology (IT) Standards (special release conditions apply, See Section 11 of this announcement)
J-10	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Comprehensive Airman Information System (CAIS)
J-11	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document(IRD) Consolidated Automated System for Time and Labor Entry (CASTLE)
J-12	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Designee Management System (DMS)
J-13	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Enforcement Information System (EIS)
J-14	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) FAA Alcohol Testing Management Information System (FAAMIS)
J-15	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Web-Based Operations Safety System (WEBOPSS)
J-16	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Investigations Tracking System (ITS)
J-17	AMSIS Interface Requirements Document (IRD) Drug and Alcohol Testing Management Information System (DAMIS)(ODAPC)
J-21	AMSIS Training Strategy & Plan Document
J-22	Previous Contracts List
J-23	Past Performance Survey Form
J-24	Past Performance Survey Record
J-25	Labor Categories & Minimum Qualifications
J-28	Business Declaration Form
J-29	Key Personnel Resume Format
J-30	AMSIS Sample Problem  (Note: Final SIR will include actual problem, D-SIR provides information to industry with expected outline for their response.)
J-32	AMSIS FAA Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Cost Allocation Matrix
J-33	FAA eLearning Design and Style Guide
J-34	FAA eLMS Content Integration Guide
J-35	FAA Section 508 Policy for e-Learning
J-36	FAA Section 508 Standards and Guidelines for eLearning
J-37	Categories of eLearning Technology and their Impact on Performance and Proficiency
J-38	Technical Specifications for Content Developers Guide
J-39	Contractor Labor Categories & Rates
J-40	List of Acronyms
J-41	List of Documents, Exhibits & Other Attachments
Section K, Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offerors
Section L, Instructions, Conditions and Notices to Offerors
Section M, Evaluation Factors for Award
The following attachments to be used by industry to provide written submissions of comments or company information:
•	Vendor Completed Attachment J-28, AMSIS D-SIR Business Declaration Form  (Due May 24)
•	Attachment 1- SIR General Comment Form (All SIR Sections with exception of Sections V and J) (Due May 24)
•	Attachment 2 – Section C/SOW Comment Form (Due May 24)
•	Attachment 3 – Attachment J Documents General Comments Form, excluding Attachment J-2 (Due May 24)
•	Attachment 4 – Attachment J-2, Draft AMSIS System Specification Document (SSD), Volumes I & II Comment Form (Due June 8)
7.0 Business Declaration and Small Business Certification
Any vendor responding to this notice must also complete and submit the attached Business Declaration Form. (See Attachment J-28 provided with this announcement.)
8.0 Industry Comments Requested
Industry responses may consist of both questions and or comments pertaining to the Draft SIR and its attachments.
The FAA requests that a Matrix format be used.  The matrix will allow for traceability to the key area(s), reducing any confusion or misunderstandings.
Matrix forms are provided as attachments to this announcement for industry submission of D-SIR comments.
In addition to the matrix of comments on the materials, the FAA is seeking comments relating to specific topics or elements in the D-SIR package.  Industry is asked to provide, using an MS Word document response, feedback or comments on the following general topics as related to the SIR materials, specifically the Statement of Work and specific SIR Sections noted below.
A. SIR Section H/General SOW: FAA is contemplating requiring the Contractor to provide (purchase) upon contract award development licenses for COTS solutions included in their design approach and not included in the FAA’s IT Standard.  The FAA requests Industry input and discussion about whether the SIR package and resulting proposals should include contractor purchase of these license(s) or FAA purchase of the license(s) until the products are included in the IT standard.  The response should address considerations, preferences, and recommendations, along with associated tradeoffs, risks, and/or opportunities.
B. SIR Section H/General SOW: Warranty.  FAA is interested in comments related to warranty terms for Segment 1 software and what factors influence Contractor warranty for hybrid solution based upon COTS-GP COTS-special software development items.
C. SIR Section B/Contract CLIN Structure, Section F Deliveries and Performance:  Contract types include Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) and Fixed Price Incentive Fee (FPIP).  Responses should discuss any proposed changes to the contract type and provide rationale for any recommended changes.  For FPIF CLINs (software development and training), provide basis of award considerations that would provide a true/meaningful incentive for schedule, cost or technical performance.  Identify any CDRLs or CLINs that might be modified and provide rationale.
D. SIR Section C, SOW, Implementation (and Associated Section B, & M), Section 6.3.2, AMSIS Maintenance Concept. For Final SIR, the FAA will require vendors to submit pricing to provide all maintenance support (Tier 1, 2 & 3).  Industry comments are requested to assist the FAA in further defining the Contractor role in the provision of Tier 1 & 2 Support Services.  In addition, considerations related to specific work statement language and tradeoffs associated with providing maintenance support for AMSIS Segment 1, and any tie in considerations related to ongoing maintenance if a future contract modification to add Segment 2 requirements to the contract were issued.
E. SIR Section C, SOW, Section 4.3, Software Design.  FAA is interested in industry comments related to incorporating Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design as a specific requirement for Contractor performance and any recommendations as to how this, if required specifically in the SOW, impacts the software design and development.  FAA is considering providing SOA and related information and/or requirements as a guidance document versus including specifically in the SOW.  Comments are requested regarding the tradeoffs between specific SOW requirements mandating SOA versus providing guidance and how this would affect vendor solutions and proposals.
F. SIR Section C, SOW, Section 5.7, Test.  Discussion about hybrid agile/waterfall and/or agile only approach to development and how these two approaches align with the current requirements for test activities, specific changes to the SOW that might be required to allow flexibility needed to align with development approach, ensure testing and comply with overall requirements to transition the AMSIS from development/test environment into operational pre-production and production environment.
G. SIR Section C, SOW, Section 7.2, Test Support System.  Currently, the program office is requiring only a single AMSIS operational system.  FAA is considering a requirement that the Contractor provide and maintain a second system dedicated to testing, maintenance (to support contract options), and to support possible future Segment 2 work.  AMSIS program office encourages industry to offer comments/recommendations regarding the costs/benefits related to any program requirement for the Contractor to provide a test support system in addition to the AMSIS operational system, to be established and maintained in the development environment.  The response should specifically address the costs, risks and tradeoffs of the Contractor providing the system versus the FAA providing such a system.
H. SIR Section C, SOW, Section 8.4, FAA-Provided Training Network (FCS, FTI, other cloud/web based resource).  FAA is seeking industry inputs to determine a future requirement for the provision of AMSIS training using the FAA Cloud Services (FCS) capability and or design features that would provide for a centralized training server and portal.   Any Contractor use of the FAA Cloud Services network for training delivery using, for example, a centralized training server accessible via the FCS wireless/mobile services provided from the FCS must exclude any personally identifiable information (PII) and/or Personal Health Information (PHI) data.  The FCS will not be used for AMSIS, but could be part of a design and solution to support non-operational activities, such as training, where the use of PII and/or PHI is not required.
I. SIR Section J-25, Labor Categories & Minimum Qualifications.   FAA is seeking Industry insight into the required labor categories and minimum qualifications for each.  Please make any suggestions with reasoning associated with proposed changes from what has been provided.
Attachment J-2, Draft AMSIS System Specification Documentation, (Volume I & II).  FAA is particularly interested in comments on the system specification, in view of industry requests to provide the specification from comments received during market survey and vendor interviews conducted last summer.  To this end, the FAA has extended the comment period an additional 2 weeks (June 8, 2016) to allow time for review and comment and requests the interested vendors submit comments using the comment matrix provided (Attachment #4 to this announcement).
9.0 Industry Questions and/or Clarifications
Specific questions or requests for clarification of the D-SIR materials provided with this announcement must be submitted in writing by email to the Contracting Officer on or before 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time on May 24, 2016 in order to facilitate a reply prior to the submission deadline.
10.0 Special Requirements for Receipt of FAA Information Technology (IT) Standards Documentation
The AMSIS D-SIR includes as Attachment J-8, FAA Information Technology Standards, which is considered a sensitive document that will be released to industry with special conditions and terms of use.  Interested parties may request a copy of this information via formal request from an authorized legal or contracting representative of the company having the ability to execute a Vendor Document Security Notice (DSN) sensitive information protection agreement to control use and distribution of this information as a condition of release. The DSN is provided as J-8 in the D-SIR materials included with this announcement.
Interested parties that intend to submit a response and comments to the AMSIS Draft Screening Information Request (SIR) are required to submit a written request to the AMSIS Contracting Officer, Katherine Petito-Peverall in order to receive a copy of Attachment J-8, Information Technology Standards document and the Appendix.  Company contracting or legal representatives will be required to agree to specific terms related to the use, distribution and control of this document.
Vendors requests must be submitted in writing, in accordance with the instructions provided as SIR Attachment J-8, to: Katherine.Petito-Peverall@faa.gov.
11.0 Submittal Requirements
Interested parties should provide the following responses to this Draft SIR:
1.	Any vendor responding to this notice must also complete and submit the attached Business Declaration Form (Attachment J-28, MS Word);
2.	Comment Form for SIR Sections B, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L & M (Attachment #1, MS Excel);
3.	Comment Form SIR Section C, Statement of Work (Attachment #2, MS Excel);
4.	Comment Form SIR Attachment J–General Documentation (Attachment #3, MS Excel);
5.	Industry Comments/Responses to Questions (Submit as MS Word Document & PDF. Include Cover Page with company information and contact information, Table of Contents, List of Acronyms, and responses to questions requested by FAA.  Please use standard 8 ½ X 11, 11 point font, margins 1-inch for your response.); and,
6.	Comment Form Attachment J-2 Draft AMSIS System Specification Document (Volumes I & II) (Attachment #4, MS Excel).
Respondents must provide responses as directed below.  You are encouraged to submit non-proprietary information to the greatest extent possible; however, if you do submit proprietary information, please mark all proprietary information included in the responses as such.
Please note that, at this point, the FAA does not anticipate holding a pre-proposal conference in connection with this procurement.
SUBMISSION FORMAT:
One (1) Electronic copy in the native file format (i.e. MS Word or Excel) to: katherine.petito-peverall@faa.gov
One (1) PDF copy to: katherine.petito-peverall@faa.gov
Submissions must include respondent point of contact information, including name, telephone number, e-mail, and mailing address.
NOTE: Please note that the FAA e-mail server restricts file size to 10MB per e-mail message and prohibits zipped files; therefore, responses may have to be submitted in more than one e-mail to be received.
For additional information, please contact the Contracting Officer at katherine.petito-peverall@faa.gov.  For questions or requests for additional information regarding this Draft SIR, please contact the Contracting Officer via E-mail only.  No telephone inquiries will be accepted.
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Rural - Salary Services and eHRM system - ProRail BV

ProRail B.V. | Published November 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2017
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