Energy Consultant(s) for Various Countries Solicitation: MCC-17-RFQ-0004 1) This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information including in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. The Solicitation number is MCC-17-RFQ-0004 and is issued as a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This solicitation document incorporates all mandatory commercial item provisions and clauses that are in effect through the most recent Federal Acquisition Regulation amendments which can be found at http://www.acquisition.gov/far/index.html 2) The North American Industrial Classification Systems (NAICS) code is 541611 and the small business size standard is $15 million. 3) FAR Clauses 52.212-1 through 52.212-5 apply to this procurement. The exact text and wording of clauses and provisions may be obtained from the Internet at http://acquisition.gov/far/index.html. The Government contemplates the award of a Time and Materials Order resulting from this solicitation. NOTE: An Addendum to FAR clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, (Alt I) is attached. 4) The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is a U.S. Government corporation whose mission is to provide assistance that will support economic growth and poverty reduction in carefully selected countries that demonstrate a commitment to just and democratic governance economic freedom, and investments in their citizenry. For more information on the MCC, please visit www.mcc.gov. 5) THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS FOR AN INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT AND IS NOT FOR INDIVIDUALS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT DIRECT WITH MCC. PLEASE VISIT: http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self-Employed/Independent-Contractor-Defined FOR INFORMATION REGARDING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS. Note: MCC will assist the consultant in coordinating with an Independent Contractor Engagement Services Provider for payroll, travel, international travel insurance, etc., therefore, a DUNS number and registration in System for Award Management (SAMS) is not required. 6) Description of Services: MCC requires up to four consultants to advise on energy and power sector reform activities that are currently underway or that may be undertaken in Indonesia, Benin, Liberia, Ghana, Nepal, Sierra Leone, Malawi, Kosovo, Senegal or future MCC eligible countries, as applicable. 7) This combined synopsis and solicitation notice is a request for competitive quotations. Therefore, all quotations received prior to the RFQ close date will be considered. 8) The Government will award an order to the responsible independent consultant(s) whose quote conforming to this notice represents the best value in terms of technical criteria, past performance and price. All non-price factors (technical criteria and past performance) are more important than price. If found advantageous, the Government reserves the right to make more than one award as a result of this solicitation. 9) The consultant shall perform the services in MCC-eligible countries, in MCC offices in Washington DC, and at his own facilities. 10) Evaluation Factors. Only quotes which meet the mandatory technical evaluation criteria will be considered. Candidates with preferred qualifications will be given additional consideration: Technical Evaluation Criteria: Mandatory Requirements: The qualifications needed for this consultancy is to have demonstrated experience in the following: 1. Technical Competence- Ability to analyze power and energy sectors and assist in identifying/designing programs and projects.- Ability to identify implementation risks and appropriate mitigation measures associated with capacity building in energy institutions, utility systems and energy sector works projects. - Ability to work as part of multi-disciplinary project teams involving environmental, social, legal and construction activities typically associated with the energy sector. - Ability to brief high-level U.S. and foreign government officials on critical energy sector technical matters.- Coordinate with local authorities responsible for MCC Compact development as well as other donors, where relevant.- Skilled in performing energy and power sector project analysis and appraisal, with an ability to identify the essential risks and issues (including environmental, social and legal) of concern to a funding entity. - Working knowledge of FIDIC forms of contract; experience with design-build contracts. Experience in power sector works preferred 2. Past Performance and Experience with Similar Projects- Educational background, professional experience (and licenses or professional registration, where appropriate) in the energy and power sectors.- Working knowledge of FIDIC forms of contract including experience with design-build contracts. Experience in power sector works preferred 3. International Experience- Experience working in poor countries involved in energy sector reform, project development and institutional capacity building. 4. Language SkillsExcellent oral and written communication skills in English. MCC reserves the right to interview the candidates. Past Performance: Three (3) professional references for relevant work performed during the past three years. Price: The government will examine the proposed rate for reasonableness. 11) Evaluation Methodology. The Government will perform a comparative analysis of quotes and will assess the advantages and disadvantages of each quote as related to the Evaluation Factors. Multiple awards may be made from this notice and all quotes will be retained and may be utilized for additional requirements for a period of 12 months. 12) Quote Deadline. Independent Consultants are invited to submit their quotations in response to this notice by 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time (EST), November 2, 2016. Only e-mailed requests for additional information will be accepted at MCCConsultants@mcc.gov and email@example.com by 11:00 am EST on October 31, 2016. Quotations submitted in response to this notice shall include the solicitation number MCC-17-RFQ-0004 AND description of ‘Energy Consultant' in the subject line and be signed, dated and submitted via email to MCCConsultants@mcc.gov and firstname.lastname@example.org. The maximum file size is 10mb. 13) Exclusion of Quotes and Communications. At any time prior to award, including upon receipt of quotes, the Government may exclude a quote from further consideration for reasons such as (but not limited to): non-compliance with instructions related to this solicitation; the quote is not among the most highly rated; or the quote is not likely to be selected for award. The Government need not notify an offeror that its quote has been excluded from further consideration nor need it provide the offeror with a pre-award debriefing. However, the offeror will be provided post-award notification and if requested, a brief explanation of the basis of the award decision. After receipt of quotes, the Government will conduct an evaluation. The Government intends to evaluate quotes and issue a contract/ order without communications with offerors. However, during the evaluation process, the Government may, solely at its discretion, communicate with an offeror for any purpose, such as to gain a better understanding of the quote. As a result of such communication, the Government may allow offerors to submit quote revisions. If quote revisions are allowed, the Government may, solely at its discretion, impose non-common due dates for the revisions. In other words, the Government may elect to have a quote revision date for an offeror that is different than the quote revision date for another offeror(s). The Government need not conduct communications with all offerors. Rather, the Government may, at its discretion, conduct communications with one or only some offerors. Furthermore, the Government need not permit all offerors to submit quote revisions. Rather, the Government may, at its discretion, seek quote revisions from only one or only some offerors. 14) Quote Submission. The Individual Consultant shall submit the following document: a. Technical: (1) Cover letter that addresses all technical criteria as listed in this solicitation; (2) Curriculum Vitae (25 page maximum), Microsoft Word file b. Past Performance: Three professional references, with contact phone and email information, Microsoft Word file c. Price: Complete the attached Bio-Data form (see attached) to include the independent consultant's proposed rate and salary history. PLEASE DO NOT COMBINE YOUR SUBMISSION INTO ONE (1) DOCUMENT. DOCUMENTS (a), (b), &(c) MUST BE SUBMITTED AS SEPARATE DOCUMENTS. 15) FAR 52.212.3, Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items shall be required from the selected consultant, prior to the time of award. 16) The following Clauses will apply to the resulting order: a. 52.249-70, Termination Clause b. 52.232-72, Limitation of Funds - Incrementally Funded Contracts 17) There are no additional contract requirements(s) necessary for this acquisition other than those consistent with customary commercial practices. 18) See attached documents, (1) Addendum to FAR Clause 52.212-4, (Alt I); (2) MCC Bio-Data Sheet and (3) Statement of Work.
Background Chain Reaction Innovations was created at Argonne National Laboratory to address the critical national need to accelerate development and deployment of physical-science based technologies (e.g., materials and manufacturing) capable of transforming the nation's energy systems. Chain Reaction Innovations is an energy materials and manufacturing innovation program that serves as a platform for entrepreneurial researchers whose early-stage innovations are too challenging to pursue in a venture capital-financed startup. Its goal is to provide a place for top innovators to focus on pre-commercial technology development objectives within a discrete time period, enabling the translation of high-impact materials and manufacturing technologies from concept to marketplace. Technology innovators are selected into the program through an annual competition. The Chain Reaction Innovations program intends to provide for selected technology innovators scientific/technical mentorship and access to unique R&D assets and scientific expertise at Argonne, a DOE national laboratory, to incubate and translate the innovations from proof-of-concept to proof-of-product. Chain Reaction Innovations will help selected technology innovators by helping them pair with experienced mentor entities in a joint effort to mature early stage innovations with the support of federal funding. As part of Chain Reaction Innovations, the Department of Energy will directly fund Argonne program staff to work with selected technology innovators. Additionally, the Department of Energy will provide a fellowship to each selected technology innovator. This solicitation seeks responses from qualified entities who desire to partner with Chain Reaction Innovations by providing business mentoring to selected technology innovators. Although selected respondents are not guaranteed to work with a selected technology innovator, selected respondents may be identified as preferred mentors in the Chain Reaction Innovations program. Opportunity Argonne National Laboratory believes that the impact of Chain Reaction Innovations is maximized via a public-private partnership. The public- private partnership model provides an opportunity for a private sector partner to play an active role in transforming the nation's energy systems. Argonne is seeking one or more business mentor partners to expand the scope and impact of Chain Reaction Innovations. In particular, Argonne seeks one or more entities (e.g. non-profits, private sector partners, or university incubators) that can: •· -Provide key business mentorship and venture development services in areas that will enhance the impact of the program and success of selected technology innovators, e.g. assistance with company formation, business development assistance and guidance, community and network development, investor advising, customer discovery, techno-economic analysis, etc.; •· -Support administration of compliance requirements for selected technology innovatorswho lack infrastructure and require business support at the earliest stages; •· -Work closely with technology innovators in their efforts to attract private sector funding and engagement. Nature of the Partnership No Department of Energy or Argonne National Laboratory funds are being offered via this opportunity. Selected business mentor partners will benefit from the ability to visibly impact the region by supporting domestic technology innovators in the physical sciences/energy domain. Selected technology innovators will benefit from the experience of Argonne National Lab, as well as potential federal funding to develop their technology. Argonne may engage with the mentor partner in any or all of the following ways: •· -coordinating service offerings to the program and mentorship to Chain Reaction Innovations technology innovators; and •· -providing the mentor partner appropriate access to Argonne National Laboratory resources and facilities as required for the partnership. Respondents may propose a preferred partnership structure. Argonne may consider one or more mechanisms through which to formalize the partnership. Examples include listing on a preferred service provider list and a Memorandum of Understanding. Any work in connection with Chain Reaction Innovations must comply with Argonne's Prime Contract, as well as applicable policies - including those pertaining to the avoidance of apparent or actual conflicts of interest. Entities affiliated with Argonne National Lab, and its operator UChicago Argonne LLC are eligible to apply. However, any selected entity may be subject to an organizational conflict of interest (OCI) management plan. If a selected entity raises apparent or actual conflicts of interests, for example entities associated with Argonne National Lab or its operator UChicago Argonne LLC, there will be an organizational conflict of interest (OCI) management plan developed and approved by the DOE for their participation. Possible mitigation factors include: •· -Prohibiting the selected entity from taking or having any financial interest in a startup company formed by an innovator it is mentoring; •· -Making clear that no patent or data rights of owned by a mentored technology innovator or their company are to flow to selected mentor entities; and •· -Allowing the selected mentor entities to only charge the technology innovator company up to the same rates it charges other innovators for the same services. If the OCI issues cannot be effectively mitigated to the satisfaction of the DOE, the selected entity will not be able to participate as a business mentor in the Chain Reaction Innovations program. Requirements for Respondents •1. 1.Must be a domestic, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; •2. 2. Must demonstrate significant experience in supporting physical-science or energy- based technology innovators using objective measures, such as amount of funding r raised by mentored technology innovators, growth in revenue, growth in sales, etc.; •3. 3. Must include team member(s) with demonstrated ability and/or successful experience in working with large institutional research organizations; •4. 4. May not charge the technology innovators for mentoring services as part of the Chain Reaction Innovations program. Any business relationships with technology innovators outside the scope of the program should be conducted independently. Technology innovators participating in the Chain Reaction Innovations program will be encouraged to work with selected business mentorship organizations to provide the technology innovator with commercialization and business support service to help expedite commercialization of their technologies. Subject to the limitations below, the relationship and/or agreement between an innovator and a business mentorship organization shall be independently negotiated between those entities. Chain Reaction Innovations technology innovators will not be required to use any particular mentorship organization to be a part of the program, and no mentorship organizations will have an exclusive relationship with Argonne or with individual innovators. While selected entities that are affiliates of the Laboratory or the Laboratory Contractor will be prohibited from taking or having an equity stake in companies formed by innovators under their mentorship, non-affiliated entities are not subject to the same categorical restriction. Selected mentors and technology innovators are to independently negotiate their arrangements, and those arrangements may include an exchange of equity, subject to any applicable statutes, regulations, organizational conflict of interest (OCI) management plans, lab policies or other restrictions. However, no participating mentor (regardless of affiliation with the Lab) can use its position as a mentor in the Chain Reaction Innovations program to require a technology innovator to provide an equity stake to the mentor. Additional Evaluation Criteria Applicants will be evaluated based on their commitment to and experience with mentoring and fostering successful science and technology-based innovators through entrepreneurial mentorship programming. Applicants will also be evaluated by the following criteria: •· -Demonstrated experience in the mentoring and fostering success of science and technology-based innovators; •· -Level of administrative support provided to supporting technology innovator programs/initiatives; •· -Experience in the selection and evaluation of business proposals by startups with physical hardware technologies; •· -Experience in the scientific evaluation of the efficacy and potential impact of energy technologies; •· -Capabilities to provide business advice to science and technology-based innovators; •· -Demonstrated ability to maintain positive working relationships with large R&D institutions; •· -A proactive approach to managing individual and institutional conflicts of interest; and •· -Must be structured to provide close interactions with technology innovators at Argonne National Laboratory. All respondents will be reviewed by Argonne National Laboratory, and must be selected by a Federal Official from DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). How to Respond Submit the following documents to Andreas Roelofs of Argonne National Laboratory: •· - Executive summary (2 pages maximum) •· -Description of the proposed partnership structure addressing roles and responsibilities of both the public and private side of the partnership including: o the structure of the public-private partnership with Argonne National Laboratory addressing the requirements described in this notice, o services to be made available to Chain Reaction Innovations technology innovators, o a description of how the mentor partner's resources and services complement innovation services at Argonne National Laboratory, o Statement of Qualifications, including resumes of proposed team members o Demonstration of sufficient non-DOE funds available on an on-going basis to provide the support services and the proposed partnership or a plan for obtaining such funds o Timeline for implementation Please email email@example.com with any questions about this partnership opportunity. Primary Point of Contact:Andreas Roelofsroelofs@anl.govArgonne National Laboratory9700 S. Cass AvenueArgonne, IL 60439
Pre-Solicitation for BOA Order RFP W912DY-17-R-0002DLA-Energy Petroleum Facilities Recurring Maintenance and Minor/Emergency RepairsAir Force Phase 8Classification: NAICS 213112 The US Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville (CEHNC), Alabama intends to solicit and award a task order for recurring preventative maintenance and minor/emergency repair services on the Defense Logistics Agency-Energy (DLA-E) capitalized petroleum facilities at the following locations: Ft. Smith Site Map 1, Little Rock AFB Site # 1, Barksdale Air Force Base Site #1, Altus Air Force Base Site #1, Tinker AFB Site #1, Tulsa IAP Site #1, Vance Air Force Base Site #1, Will Rogers World APT, Camp Bullis Training Annex Site #1, Carswell Air Reserve Station Site #1, Dyess Air Force Base Site #1, Ellington Field Site #1, Ellington Field Site #2, Fort Sam Houston, Goodfellow AFB Site #1, Hensley Field Air Guard Station Site #1, Kelly Field Annex Site #1, Lackland Air Force Base Site #1, Lackland Air Force Base Site #1 ANG, Lackland Training Annex Site #1, Laughlin AFB Site #1, Randolph Air Force Base Site #1, and Sheppard AFB Site #1. Description of Supplies/Services: The contractor shall provide all labor, supervision, transportation, supplies, vehicles, tools, materials, facilities, equipment, and incidentals necessary to conduct recurring maintenance and minor/emergency repairs of DLA-Energy capitalized petroleum facilities at the aforementioned installations. North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code 213112 is applicable to this acquisition. Award of a Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) purchase order will be made. The proposed award will consist of one base period of performance and up to four optional periods of performance. The individual solicitation will be posted on FBO.gov under solicitation W912DY-17-R-0002 and will be issued as a Request for Proposal (RFP). This pre-solicitation notice is being posted to satisfy the requirement of FAR 5.201. It is the Government's intent to solicit on the basis of full and open competition. The Government has entered into Basic Ordering Agreements (BOA) for this scope of work. Offerors that are not BOA holders that wish to compete for this work must also submit information to qualify for issuance of a BOA. Contact Megan Carper, Contract Specialist, for more information. Contact regarding the requirement shall only occur with the Contracting Office. Discussions or information obtained via other sources could make you ineligible for award if deemed a Conflict of Interest or a Violation of Procurement Integrity Act. Contractors shall NOT engage in any form of contact with installation personnel regarding this requirement prior to issuance of notice to proceed by the Contracting Officer. Contracting Office Address:USACE HNC, Huntsville, 4820 University Square, Huntsville, AL 35816-1822 Point of Contact:Megan, Contract Specialist, 256-895-1843, Megan.Carper@usace.army.mil
This synopisis is issued in anticipation of a solicitation for the AEM (Atlantic, European, and Mediterranean) Basic contract. The delivery period is July 01, 2017 through June 30, 2018, plus a 30day carry-over period. The 30-day carryover period allows for delivery orders to be placed prior to the end of the ordering period. The method of delivery may be by tanker, barge, truck and pipeline. The following product will be procured: Turbine Fuel, Aviation (JA1), NSN: 9130-00-753-5026 Turbine Fuel, Aviation (JP5), NSN: 9130-00-273-2379 Turbine Fuel, Aviation (JP8), NSN: 9130-01-031-5816Distillate, Naval (F76), NSN: 9140-00-273-2377
See attached documents for announcement of Beam Control Research and Development in support of the High Energy Laser Joint Technology Office (HEL-JTO).
See attached documents for announcement of Laser Sources Research and Development in support of the High Energy Laser Joint Technology Office (HEL-JTO).
Solicitation for Messenger Service Contract at the Denver Federal Center - Denver Energy Part B. Base Year + Four (4) Option Years. Performance based acquisition. Start Date: 11/1/2016
The work solicited under this Call is as follows: This Call is for offerors to propose research for a cost-plus-fixed-fee (CPFF) completion form contract for the Statement of Objectives (SOO), for a total of one (1) contract. The objectives of this Call is for the application of end-to-end Directed Energy High Performance Computing Software Applications Institute (DE HSAI) modeling and simulation (M&S) tools, including Galaxy and underlying high power electromagnetic (HPEM) simulations, such as Improved Concurrent Electromagnetic Particle in Cell (ICEPIC) and Computational Research and Engineering Acquisition Tools and Environments Radio Frequency (CREATE-RF) tools. This effort includes work to model an end-to-end Directed Energy (DE) system and its associated platform integration, and supports high power electromagnetic studies and designs, including but not limited to High power Joint Electromagnetic Non-Kinetic Strike (HiJENKS). System and component designs and integrations and software input files for simulations must be documented and delivered together with the associated documentation and data with unlimited data rights. Specifically, this work falls within the Directed Energy Directorate's High Power Electromagnetic Division, Numerical Simulation (AFRL/RDH), Kirtland AFB, New Mexico.
This announcement constitutes a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NEXWC) under FAR 6.102(d)(2) and 35.106. A formal Request for Proposals (RFP), other solicitation, or additional information regarding this announcement will not be issued. This announcement is open for 365 days from the date of publication. Proposals may be submitted at any time date during this period: FAR Part 35 restricts the use of Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs), such as this, to the acquisition of basic and applied research and that portion of advance technology development not related to the development of a specific system or hardware procurement. Contracts made under BAAs are for scientific study and experimentation directed towards advancing the state of the art and increasing knowledge or understanding. This announcement seeks out technologies and methodologies that are new, innovative, advance the state-of-the-art, or increase knowledge or understanding to support NAVFAC EXWC/PW Business Line. NAVFAC EXWC/PW reduces total facility ownership costs by standardizing best technical practices, solutions, material and processes to support the entire lifecycle of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps facilities, while meeting operational and readiness requirements. The Energy and Public Works department is comprised of 6 divisions: Facilities Management, Energy Management and Engineering, Utilities Management and Engineering, Geothermal Program Office, Mobile Utilities Support Equipment, and Base Support Vehicles and Equipment. These divisions support the PW Business Line through NAVFAC Subject Matter Experts who provide technical solutions for naval facilities, that would reduce facilities O and M costs with emphasis on SECNAV goals of reducing energy consumption, increase renewable energy use, and increase energy resiliency on naval installations. Energy related functions within the PW Business Line include: testing and evaluation of energy storage technologies, micro-grids, critical power, fuel cells, local self-generation, alternative fueled vehicles, energy savings performance contracting, renewable energy, building efficiency, water conservation, and utility infrastructure studies and improvements. NAVFAC EXWC/PW provides a vast array of specialized services including: 1) Utility and Energy program management, financing, planning, and engineering development 2) Operation, maintenance and sustainment of Navy facilities; 3) Development and implementation of policies, and guidance to enable delivery of energy and utility related products and services; 4) Strategic liaison with military services, federal agencies, professional and technical organizations, and academia. The technologies or methodology shall address one of the following topic areas. TOPIC NO 1: RENEWABLE ENERGY. RDT and E of technologies related to the generation of energy and power from renewable resources to include but not limited to: a) wind energy; b) solar energy; c) wave energy; d) waste energy; e) geothermal energy; and f) biomass. TOPIC NO 2: ENERGY STORAGE. RDT and E of technologies related to energy storage to include but not limited to: a) electro chemical batteries; b) mechanical systems; c) thermal storage; e) hydrogen and other chemical gases; and f) liquid fuel. TOPIC NO 3: BUILDING EFFICIENCY AND COST SAVINGS. RDT and E of technologies related to building energy efficiency, water conservation, and cost savings. Technologies of interest include but are not limited to: a) HVAC systems; b) building insulation; c) lighting; d) windows; e) building digital data control and SCADA systems; and f) water conservation and filtration. TOPIC NO 4: MICROGRIDS AND SMART GRIDS. RDT and E of technologies related to micro-grids, smart grids, and power management to include but not limited to: a) cybersecurity; b) utility grid power quality improvement; c) power grid resiliency and UPS; d) power distribution and transmission; and e) grid simulation, modeling and characterization. TOPIC NO 5: ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES. RDT and E of technologies related to the advancement or alternative uses of a) electric vehicles; b) hydrogen fuel cell vehicles; c) hybrid electric vehicles; d) natural gas powered vehicles; and e) biofuel vehicles. TOPIC NO 6: DISTRIBUTED POWER GENERATION. RDT and E of technologies that would advance and facilitate the implementation of local distributed power generation devices, to include but not limited to: a) fuel cells; b) micro-turbines; c) Alternative and green energy combustion power plants to include flex-fuel and biofuel technologies; and d) combined heat and power. ABSTRACT SUBMITTALS TO THIS BAA CAN BE MADE USING THE ABSTRACT FORM. Submissions should be made via the NAVFAC EXWC/PW BAA e-mail: navfac_exwc_PW_BAA@navy.mil. Submission process: This announcement is for abstracts/white papers only. Abstracts shall identify the specific topic area that the submission addresses with relevant Product Service Code (PSC) code located at http://support.outreachsystems.com/resources/tables/pscs/. Each abstract must be specific to one of the topic areas. Multiple submissions are acceptable. Abstracts will be evaluated on relevance and merit. The abstract may be supplemented by resumes and lists of relevant publications and prior experience with the technology and/or methodology. The abstracts will be evaluated thoroughly by a Government Technical Evaluation Board (TEB) to select technologies and methodologies that have potential benefits to the Navy. The TEB will consist of engineers, scientists, environmental specialists, and regulatory agency personnel who have experience in specific energy technology areas. The abstracts will not be evaluated against each other since each possesses a unique technology with no common work statement. When an abstract aligns with a customer need and funding, the NAVFAC contracting office may request a full proposal. Additional guidance will be provided at that time, regarding cost and pricing submittals in addition to a more comprehensive technical submission. Technical Evaluation: Unsuccessful abstracts will not receive a detailed description of the reasons for abstract rejection due to the anticipated volume of submissions. Unsuccessful full proposals will receive a debriefing in accordance with FAR part 15. Awards will be in the form of contracts. Average contract duration is one (1) to three (3) years. The government may choose to fund a base period with options. The abstracts will be evaluated based on the following CRITERIA, of approximately equal weight. 1). TECHNICAL APPROACH: The scientific/technical merits and objectives of the abstract, in terms of Naval relevance. All proposals must demonstrate an approach that will achieve a DOD technology readiness level (TRL) of 5/6, and successfully manage risk while achieving technological advance. Provide an explicit, detailed description of the approach. If options are required describe appropriate research activities which would commence for subsequent options. The abstract should indicate what tasks are planned, how and where the work will be conducted, a schedule of major events, and the final product(s) to be delivered. Offeror’s effort should attempt to determine the technical feasibility of the proposed concept. The methods planned to achieve each objective or task should be discussed in detail. This section should be a substantial portion of the abstract. 2). PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR’S and KEY MEMBER’S RELATED EXPERIENCE: The qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the principal investigator, team leader, and/or key personnel who are critical in achieving the objectives of the abstract. Principal investigators and key personnel should be identified in the proposal as such. 3). SAFETY: NAVFAC requires the offeror to provide their EMR and DART ratings. Safety is an integral and important part of NAVFAC contracting. If the offeror does not have an EMR/DART rating, they should state this and provide the rationale. See NFAS 15.304. 4). OFFEROR’S EXPERIENCE: The contractors capabilities related experience, techniques, or unique combination of these that are integral factors in achieving the contractors proposed objectives. Experience will be assessed based on both relevance and confidence. 5). COST/PRICE: The cost relative to the proposed scientific/technical approach. 6). NAVY BENEFIT AND IMPACT: Expected benefits in terms of reduced total facility ownership cost, projections of the number of Navy sites or facilities where the proposed technology could be deployed, and life cycle cost advantages over current approaches used by Naval facilities CRITICAL NOTE: An Offeror is required to register with the system for award management (SAM). No contract award will be made to any offeror that is not registered. Registration may take up to three weeks. SAM may be accessed at https://www.sam.gov. NOTES: 1). An eligible abstract does not guarantee a contract. Multiple contracts may result. 2). The preceding data should be sufficient for completing the abstract form. 3). There are no solicitation documents applying to this BAA. Request for a solicitation package will not be acknowledged. Those interested in participating in the BAA program must follow the instructions to submit an abstract. 4). There is no commitment by the Navy either to make any contract awards or to be responsible for any money expended by the contractor before a contract award. 5). As no funding for contracts has been reserved in advance, NAVFAC EXWC will be sharing qualified abstract with other Federal Government activities to seek sites and funding. Technical and cost proposals submitted under BAA will be protected from unauthorized disclosure in accordance with FAR 3.104-4 and 15.207. The cognizant Program Officer and other Government scientific experts will perform the evaluation of technical proposals. 6). Eligibility notification will be sent to all contractors, who have submitted an abstract, after the Navy’s TEB has reviewed all abstracts submitted by an INTERNAL PERIODIC CUT-OFF DATE. The INTERNAL PERIOD CUT-OFF DATE may occur several times within the period from the BAA announcement to the closing date for receipt of abstracts. 7). Awarded contracts containing scopes of work that require construction may require payment or performance bonds in accordance with FAR 52.228-15. 8). For questions regarding this BAA, contact NAVFAC EXWC, 1100 23rd Ave., Port Hueneme, CA 93043or via this e-mail address navfac_exwc_PW_BAA@navy.mil. 9). The contractor does not receive a notification of abstract receipt, the contractor should contact or e-mail NAVFAC EXWC by using the address or e-mail address provided above. The abstract is not received by the Contracting Office.
The Government intends to procure on an 100% Small Business Set-Aside basis for the requirement of inspection, maintenance and recertification services, and intermittent storage specifically for Government-owned Gas Transport Module Units (GTMU's) on a chassis in support of NSN 9135-00-890-2011 and NSN 9135-01-525-1620, utilized for CONUS bulk helium compressed gas service. Additional Service CLINs are Maintenance and Repair; Marking, Labeling and Trailer Name Plate; and Cylinder Disposal. The contract ordering period(s) will be from 1 February 2017 through 30 January 2019, and will be used to establish a one two (2) year firm fixed price requirements type contract. Estimated quantity for this contract is 40 each. Subject solicitation will be issued on or about 21 October 2016 and posted to the FebBizOpps web page at (http://www.fedbizopps.gov/). If you do not have internet access, a hard copy of the solicitation may be requested. Only written or emailed requests for solicitation received directly from the requestor are acceptable. Mail requests to Defense Logistics Agency of Energy, Aerospace Energy, 1014 Billy Mitchell Blvd, Suite128, San Antonio, TX 78226-1859. Potential offerors should contact the contract specialist at Paul.Clay@dla.mil and also the Contract Officer at Maria.Ng@dla.mil for additional information and/or to communicate any concerns. For questions regarding Small Business or Small Disadvantaged Business Affairs contact: Mr. Greg Thevenin, 1-800-526-2601 or 703-767-9465.
Construct a standard design aircraft taxiway for rotary wing aircraft. Work includes rotary wing taxiway with shoulder, taxiway lighting, primary roadway. Sustainability and energy enhancement measures are included. Supporting facilities include site development, utilities and connections, site lighting, paving, parking, walks, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, landscaping, signage and security fencing. This project is located at Butts Army Airfield in Ft. Carson, Colorado. Since FY12, there has been a large number of contractors working at the Airfield. Concurrent construction phasing and site construction management with other Contractors will be required.
DLA Energy - Direct Delivery Fuels (FEPDA) intends to establish Basic Ordering Agreements (BOAs) with contractors, to supply and deliver Diesel, Gasoline, Aviation Jet Fuel, and AVGAS to various locations within Iraq, Jordan, and Turkey. A Basic Ordering Agreement is a written instrument of understanding, which contains the terms and agreements under which future requirements will be solicited, evaluated, awarded and performed. A BOA is not a contract. The parties enter into a binding contract only via the issuance of a delivery order against the BOA based upon the acceptance of the agreement holder's proposal for a specific requirement. Each delivery order will be considered a unique and separate contract or purchase order. The purpose of this BOA is to negotiate in advance any exceptions your company may have to the non-price related terms and conditions contained in this solicitation. Once negotiated, these terms and conditions will be incorporated into any supply contract awarded under the BOA. Companies with BOAs will be able to respond to future solicitations for fuel requirements in Iraq, Jordan, and Turkey. As requirements are received, BOA holders will be given the opportunity to compete based on price and any other criteria as required for performance. Non-BOA holders may compete for orders, which will be publicly posted on FedBizOpps.Gov. However, non-BOA-holders will have to respond to the base Solicitation for entering the BOA, as well as to the solicitations for placement of orders under the BOA. In cases where mission requirements would be jeopardized by holding up award for evaluation of non-price factors of non-BOA holders, DLA Energy will consider whether a BOA can be established with that contractor, and proceed to award the order to a contractor that can meet the Government's requirement. Additionally, as noted on page 2, DLA Energy will consider any contractor for evaluation to become a BOA holder over the five-year period through continually accepting proposals in response to the base Solicitation for this BOA. The period of the BOA is five (5) years from 15 April 2015 to 31 March 2020. The BOA(s) will be reviewed annually to determine if any updates are necessary. BOAs can be terminated by either party with 30 days' written notice. To be eligible for award of a BOA, proposals must provide the following: 1)Signed SF 1449 2)Certifications and Representations (See Section K under Offeror Submission Package (OSP) OR CompletedOfferor Submission Package (OSP) ) 3)A list of any exceptions to the terms and conditions of this solicitation
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has a requirement for support services in six service areas as follows: (1) Program Management, (2) Survey Operations, (3) Energy Analysis and Modeling, (4) Information Technology Support, (5) Product/Service Development Production and Marketing, and (6) Organizational Support. Currently these services are being provided by IMG-Crown Energy Services JV, under award DE-EI0000515, Leidos, Inc., under award DE-EI0000564, and Z, Inc., under award DE-EI0000567. General Information Attached is a draft copy, for planning purposes, of the Performance Work Statement and Position Descriptions that DOE/EIA intends to issue under solicitation number DE-SOL-0006050. This RFP is hereafter referred to as the EIA Omnibus Procurement IV (EOP IV). The DOE/EIA intends to award one or more Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) master contracts. However, DOE reserves the right to make a single award. Awards will be made in accordance with FAR 15, FAR 16.5 and FAR 19.502. DOE/EIA Competitive Task Orders consisting of Fixed-Price, Time-and-Material, Cost-Plus-Award-Fee, and Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee may be issued against these IDIQ contracts. The primary North American Industry Classification (NAICS) code for this solicitation is 518210. The solicitation will be a full and open competition, with a Small Business Partial Set Aside component, in accordance with FAR 52.219-7, NOTICE OF PARTIAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. Small business award(s), for the set-aside portion, will be made in accordance with FAR 52.219-7 (b) (4). The contractor(s) for the set-aside portion will be selected from the small business concerns that submit responsive offers on the non-set-aside portion. Negotiations will be conducted with the concern(s) that submit the lowest responsive offer on the non-set-aside portion. Offerors that anticipate proposing a Mentor Protg joint venture should have obtained, or be in the process of, obtaining a Small Business Administration (SBA)-approved Mentor Protg Agreement by the time the RFP is released. Additional information regarding the Mentor Protg Program can be found on SBA's website: http://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/8abd/mentorprogram/index.html DOE anticipates a Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued in June 2014 for this requirement. Proposals will be due 45 days from the date of issuance of the RFP. The estimated start date for the period of performance is December 1, 2014. Registration All potential Offerors must register with Compusearch's FedConnect portal, which can be found at https://www.fedconnect.net. The RFP will be issued via FedConnect. Registration is required to download the RFP, submit questions, and submit a proposal. The attachments to this letter are available for download from FedConnect under DE-SOL-0006050. Questions and Communications DOE is not accepting questions concerning this pre-solicitation notice at this time. Communications with anyone other than the DOE Contracting Office are inappropriate and are not authorized during this procurement. THIS IS NOT A FORMAL REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS UNDER FAR PART 15 OR AN INVITATION FOR BIDS UNDER FAR PART 14. IF PARTIES CHOOSE TO RESPOND, ANY COST ASSOCIATED WITH THE PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF DATA OR ANY OTHER COSTS INCURRED IN RESPONSE TO THIS ANNOUNCEMENT ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RESPONDENT AND WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED BY THE GOVERNMENT. Sincerely, Kyle Krzywicki Contract Specialist Attachments: Performance Work Statement (draft) Position Descriptions (draft) EIA Organizational Description
The John D. Dingell VA Medical Center (JDDVAMC), 4646 John R, Detroit, Michigan 48201 requires a Contractor to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on seven (7) chillers. The contract shall be for a base year with four (4) one-year option periods. The Contractor shall be required to complete the following tasks on the manufactured recommended schedule for the maintenance requirements listed on form 160.54-MR1. 1. The Contractor shall perform all manufacture's recommended system maintenance on a quarterly basis on five (5) centrifugal chillers located in the energy center excluding the cleaning of the evaporator and condenser tubes. 2. The Contractor shall perform all manufacture's recommended system maintenance on a quarterly basis on two (2) York Surgical Chillers located on the roof of the JDDVAMC'S "C" yellow building. 3. The Contractor shall ensure the above reference recommended system maintenance includes the following tasks: a. Record all operating conditions (on applicable log forms) b. Check all oil levels c. Check all refrigerant levels d. Check all oil return system operation e. Check operation of motor starters f. Check all sump heater and thermostat operation g. Check all three phase voltage and balance h. Verify proper operation/setting/calibration of safety circuits i. Verify condenser and evaporator water flows j. Leak checks on all system components k. Check and tighten all electrical connections l. Megohm motor windings m. Replace oil filter and oil return filter/dryers n. Clean and backflush heat exchanger (VSD, SSS Applications) o. Supply and replace starter coolant (VSD, SSS Applications) p. Replace or clean starter air filters if applicable q. Perform all oil analysis on compressor lube oil r. Perform refrigeration analysis s. Perform vibration analysis t. Perform eddy current testing as needed when chillers are open for tube inspection u. Lubricate all motors 4. The Contractor shall provide up to four (4) service calls per quarter in addition to performing the quarterly maintenance. For service calls deemed an emergency by the VA, the Contractor shall be onsite for said emergency calls within 4 hours of the call being placed. Additionally, the contractor shall report all findings to the Energy Center Supervisor or the Maintenance and Repair Supervisor immediately. The contractor shall contact the Energy Center Supervisor to schedule work at least one week before it is to start. For any deficiencies found during inspections the Contractor shall address them with the Energy Center Supervisor before making corrections that are not covered by this agreement. The Contractor shall have a minimum of two factory trained large tonnage centrifugal chiller service technicians on staff. The Contractor shall perform all work Monday through Friday between the hours of 7am and 4:30pm unless otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer or the Contracting Officer Representative. The contractor shall provide any personal protective equipment (PPE) their employees need such as safety glasses, hearing protection, gloves, etc. The Information Security Officer (ISO) requires that all contractors' employees working on the contract shall be required to take the VA privacy training prior to starting work. The Government will provide access to any rooms or equipment where contractor needs to perform work.
GSA Public Buildings Service U.S. GOVERNMENT General Services Administration (GSA) seeks to lease the following space: State: Oklahoma City: El Reno Delineated Area: City of El Reno Minimum Sq. Ft. (ABOA): 3,588 Maximum Sq. Ft. (ABOA): 3,588 Space Type: 1,500 Warehouse, 2,088 Office, Wareyard (amount TBD) Parking Spaces (Total): 2 Parking Spaces (Surface): 2 Parking Spaces (Structured): N/A Parking Spaces (Reserved): N/A Full Term: 120 Months Firm Term: 60 Months Option Term: NA Additional Requirements: 1st floor, separate public and staff restrooms, cleaning during normal work hours, storage of flammable and hazardous material. Offered space must meet Government requirements for fire safety, accessibility, seismic and sustainability standards per the terms of the Lease. A fully serviced lease is required. Offered space shall not be in the 100 year flood plain. Expressions of interest must include name, address, and telephone number of the individual to be contacted, and evidence of authority to represent the owner. Also include the following: · Building name and address and location of the available space within the building · Rentable Square Feet (RSF) available, and expected rental rate per RSF, fully serviced · ANSI/BOMA office area (ABOA) square feet to be offered and expected rental rate per ABOA square foot, fully serviced. Indicate whether the quoted rental rate includes an amount for tenant improvements and state the amount, if any · Date of space availability · Building ownership information · Amount of parking available on-site and its cost. Include whether expected rental rate includes the cost of the required Government parking, if any · Energy efficiency and renewable energy features existing within the building · List of building services provided Expressions of Interest Due: January 22, 2016 Market Survey (Estimated): February 8, 2016 Occupancy (Estimated): February 1, 2017 Send Expressions of Interest to: Name/Title: Calley Case Address: 819 Taylor Street, 11A. Fort Worth, TX 76102 Office/Fax: 817-978-4118 Email Address: Calley.firstname.lastname@example.org Government Contact Lease Contracting Officer Ryan Lindberg Leasing Specialist Calley Case Broker N/A
This is a Sources Sought notice only. It seeks information from small businesses that can provide fuel services in support of MCAS, Camp Pendleton, CA. These services include; operation and maintenance of government fixed fuel facilities and aviation aircraft fuel services. Except as otherwise noted, the Service Provider shall employ best commercial practices and guidelines in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations to meet the requirements. No solicitation is being issued at this time. For reference purposes, this notice is numbered SPE600-16-R-5X05. The amount of information available at this time is limited. Specific requirements will be listed in the Performance Work Statement (PWS) which will be posted when the solicitation is issued. This sources sought is issued solely for informational planning purposes and market research in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 10 and shall not be construed as a solicitation or obligation on the part of DLA Energy. DLA Energy is not seeking proposals at this time and will not accept unsolicited proposals. The solicitation for this requirement will be posted under a different notice number; that notice number will be posted on this page when it is available. The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy, DLA Energy - FESAC seeks potential small business sources to perform services to include alongside aircraft refueling, maintenance of refueling and defueling vehicles, inventory accountability, ground product issues, product quality and environmental compliance at MCAS, Camp Pendleton, CA. Interested firms should be able to provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supplies, and supervision necessary to issue, maintain quality, and account for petroleum products. No government equipment or facilities will be provided to the contractor at the Government-Owned, Contractor-Operated (GOCO) site. The government will award one firm fixed price contract from this solicitation. The performance period is four years with one five year option period beginning on or about 1 November 2016. Contract awarded is subject to FAR 52.222.41, Service Contract Act of 1965. The proposed solicitation is being considered as a set-aside under the small business set-aside program. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 493190 and the size standard is $27.5 million. The government is interested in the following small business categories to respond to this notice: Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, 8(a) Businesses, Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Businesses, and Service Disabled Veteran- Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs). Responses to the sources sought notice shall not exceed 5 pages. The Government will use this information, in addition to other information obtained, to determine whether sufficient competition exists to set aside all or part of this procurement for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), HUBZone Businesses, 8(a) Businesses, or Small Businesses. Any information provided to the Government as a result of this notice is voluntary. The Government will not pay for any information submitted in response to this notice. All costs associated with this sources sought will be solely at the expense of the respondents. Additionally, all submissions become Government property and will not be returned. No basis for a claim against the Government shall arise as a result from a response to this sources sought. All responses to this notice are to be submitted by 1500 hours local Ft Belvoir time on January 4, 2015. Only responses submitted via E-Mail will be considered. Please email all submissions to Michelle West at email@example.com AND Alex Cano at Alexandro.firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested companies should address the following in their response: 1. Provide a company profile to include number of employees, annual revenue history for the last 3 years, office location(s), DUNS/CAGE Code number, and a statement regarding current business status. Please note that registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) is required for DLA Energy contractors. 2. Capability of qualified and experienced personnel, with appropriate clearances, if required. 3. Past Performance: Do you have past performance as a prime contractor or subcontractor on service contracts for similar alongside aircraft refueling requirements? If so, please provide the following: Contract Number, name of Government Agency or Commercial Entity, Period of Performance, Dollar Value, Type of Contract (Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursement, etc.), and an explanation of services provided as they relate to GOCO fuel management. If your firm acted as subcontractor or joint venture, name the prime contractor or other party, the specific work performed and percentage. Address any past performance problems, and resolution taken. 4. Do you anticipate any type teaming arrangement for this requirement? If yes, please address what kind of arrangement and what percentage of work, type(s) of service would you perform. 5. Does your company have experience with Service Contract Act of 1965 covered contracts? Does your company have experience with Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs)? Please explain any experience your company has had with labor unions. 6. Does your company have the financial capability and financial stability, and or adequate lines of credit to purchase fuel trucks and sustain and support a four-year contract (9 years with option) in the event there are delays with the payment process? 7. What realistic phase-in period would you require to commence performance with personnel, equipment, and materials?
Combined Synopsis/Solicitation for Newspaper Distribution Service for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC); RFQ FERC-17-Q-0003. 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; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation (SF1449) will not be issued. Additionally, the Government is using the policies contained in Part 13 Simplified Acquisition Procedures in its solicitation for the described items. The total duration base plus option years shall not exceed 5 years. The solicitation number is FERC-17-Q-0003. The solicitation is issued as a request for quotes (RFQ). The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-91, effective September 30, 2016. The list of contract line item numbers and items, quantities, and units of measure (including options) are provided in the attached solicitation documents. The objective of this order is to deliver newspapers to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Funds are not presently available for this requirement. See attached clause 52.232-18 for additional information regarding the availability of funds. The government intends to award a firm-fixed price purchase order. Award will be made using Simplified Acquisition Procedures, therefore the evaluation procedures at FAR 13.106-2 will be used. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. To be considered responsive quoters must quote on all items/services listed in the solicitation. Quotes will be evaluated based only on price and past performance. The government intends to make an award based on whether the lowest priced of the quotations or offers having the highest past performance rating possible represents the best value when compared to any lower priced quotation or offer. Quoters should ensure that at least three (3) Past Performance Surveys are received by the Contracting Officer as indicated on the provided document. In addition to the submitted surveys, FERC may, at its discretion consider other information. This can include any evaluations of contractor performance required by Subpart 42.15 of the FAR. In accordance with FAR Part 19.502-2, this requirement is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside. The NAICS Code is 424920; size standard is 200. The FOB point and acceptance point for deliverables is: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ATTN: Mailroom 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC 20426) The provisions at 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. Quoter's shall include a completed copy of the provision at 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, with its quote. If the quoters annual representations and certifications are current in the U.S. Government System for Award Management (SAM), the quoter may merely state that the quoter's representations and certifications are available through SAM in lieu of submitting the annual representations and certifications as part of the quoter's quote. The clause 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. The clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition; the full text of this clause and additional clauses applicable to this acquisition are included in the attached solicitation document. Quotes shall be submitted in electronic format to the contract specialist at Ronald.email@example.com not later than 10:00 AM (EST), October 25, 2016. The point of contact for this acquisition is Ronald Palau-Hernandez, (202) 502-8010, Ronald.Palau-Hernandez@ferc.gov.
The Government intends to issue an Unrestricted, Full & Open Competition procurement for the production of cylinder quantities of 6 different grades of DiNitrogen Tetroxide (N2O4), Propellant Oxidizer in accordance with MIL-PRF- 26539F dated 31 Jan 2011 delivered FOB Origin into Government-provided containers and all ancillary support services. The estimated 10-year quantities for each grade are as follows: NSN: 9135-01-146-513, MON-3 Low Iron 492,600 lbs; NSN: 9135-01-545-9491 MON-3UL Ultra Low Iron 68,050 lbs; NSN: 9135-01-057-7408 MON-10 5,340 lbs; NSN: 9135-01-519-4787 MON-15 13,500 lbs; NSN: 9135-01-383-8173 MON-25 2,250 lbs; NSN: 9135-00-754-2695 NTO 2,960 lbs. Deliveries shall be coordinated with Government-provided delivery trucks; or the contractor is encouraged to propose on Optional Transportation line items to Kennedy Space Center, FL and Vandenberg AFB, CA; or submit an Alternate Proposal with FOB Destination pricing to those locations. The contract ordering period will be approximately ten years from Date of Award - 30 September 2027 to include a line item for First Article Batch and sufficient plant retrofit time (6-9 months) for new industry entrants to compete successfully. Yearly estimates will be provided in the RFP so that prospective contractors can gauge the needed capacity of the production facility per year. Actual production of product will begin 01 October 2017 after acceptance of the First Article Batch. The offeror shall propose on the total number of estimated quantities per grade of product projected by the Government for the nine-year ordering period described above; the negotiated contract price for each grade will be the established Base Price for the life of the contract to which monthly Economic Price Adjustments will be made. Additionally, this procurement will include an optional requirement for the awardee to become a Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP) for N2O4. As a DFSP, the contractor will provide storage, inventory and distribution of Government-owned N2O4 containers; and thereby, ensuring that DLA Energy has a contingency reserve so that DLA Energy customers have an uninterrupted supply of N2O4. The Government intends to award one Fixed Price with Economic Price Adjustment (EPA), Requirements contract using Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12, Commercial Acquisition procedures. Award will be made to the offeror determined to be the Best Value to the Government, price and other factors considered, using the Best Value Source Selection Process. Specifically, the Lowest-Priced, Technically Acceptable (LPTA) Source Selection Process will be utilized in accordance with FAR 15.101-2. Subject solicitation will be issued on or about 31 August 2016 and posted to the FedBizOpps web page at www.fbo.gov. All interested offerors should contact Barbara M. Peterson, Contracting Officer, at Barbara.Peterson@dla.mil or 210-925-2543 for additional information. Mail requests to DLA Energy, ATTN: Barbara M. Peterson/DLA Energy-FEM, 1014 Billy Mitchell Blvd., Bldg 1621, San Antonio, TX 78226-1859. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which will be considered by the agency. If you intend to submit an offer, you are required to complete, sign and return the entire solicitation package including technical and past performance proposals. All potential offers should contact the Contracting Officer identified above for additional information and/or to communicate concerns. For questions regarding Small Business or Small Disadvantaged Business Affairs, contact Mr. Greg Thevenin of the DESC Small Business Office at 1-800-523-2601 or 703-767-9521.
The Department of the Interior (DOI)/Interior Business Center (IBC), Acquisition Services Directorate (AQD) on behalf of the Indian Affairs, Division of Energy and Mineral Development (IA-DEMD) is issuing a pre-solicitation announcement for administrative and professional services support. This competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) is issued in accordance with FAR Part 12 (¿Acquisition of Commercial Items¿) and FAR Part 15 (¿Contracting by Negotiation). This is a 100% set aside for Indian owned companies in accordance with DOI-AAAP-0011-v2, Supporting Economic Development in Indian Country (Buy Indian Set Aside). The anticipated contract resulting from the RFP is for a single award Indefinite-Delivery-Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Time and Materials contract. This pre-solicitation announce and any subsequent amendments will be posted to the Federal Business opportunity website. The anticipated posting date of the solicitation is on or about 18-Oct-2016. The solicitation package to include not limited to Statement of work and will be issued as a request for proposal (RFP). The solicitation package will be available for download from Fedconnect at https://www.fedconnect.net/FedConnect/
Brookhaven Science Associates, LLC (BSA), under Contract for the operation of Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), solicits a Quotation for the 2nd stage & redundant bulk oil separator. All requirements are defined in the attached documents. Please download the attached Request for Quotation and all the attached PDF files. Contained in the RFQ is the closing date with various attachments. All questions whether technical or contractual must be sent in writing electronically to only: Francine Militscher at Militscher@bnl.gov If you will be responding to this solicitation, you must submit an email to Militscher@bnl.gov acknowledging your participation. If any questions should arise you will be notified electronically.