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Environmental Wideband Acoustic Receiver and Source (EWARS)

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published June 2, 2016
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This effort is to develop and demonstrate an innovative air-deployable source and receiver combination that is capable of characterizing the acoustic ocean environment over a wide range of frequencies from Navy Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft with the capability of crossing multiple operational environments

NAWC-AD 4.8.1 Engineering and Technical Support Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline December 16, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWC-AD) Lakehurst, NJ has a requirement for engineering and technical services to the Support Equipment (SE) and Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) Department for design, development, evaluation, installation, and maintenance of SE and ALRE systems. Contractor Support Services include but are not limited to the following: • Systems Engineering throughout the product life cycle, including developing and managing requirements, performing trade studies, and supporting all of the NAVAIR Systems Engineering Technical Review (SETR) processes. • ALRE Hardware Engineering including electrical and mechanical design, in-service, and drawing support for aircraft launcher systems, recovery systems, Expeditionary Air Fields, Visual Landing Aids, and ship information systems. • ALRE Software Engineering following structured processes such as required by the Capability Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI), and following Cyber Security mandates needed for DoD systems and laboratory accreditations. • Aviation Ship Integration to address aircraft and ship compatibilities affecting operability, supportability, and maintainability of aircraft in the ship environment. • Circuit Board requirements, diagnostics, and repair to support component repair in accordance with the NAVSEA Module Test and Repair program. • Integrated Diagnostics and Automated Test Systems (IDATS) for developing an environment for aircraft testability. • Integrated Support Environment, developing an information system linking diagnostics, maintenance, supply, training, and manufacturing to improve SE and ALRE equipment readiness. This resulting contract will be for an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract. The period of performance shall be five (5) - 12 month ordering periods. See attached Solicitation and corresponding attachments. All Requests for Information (RFI) must be submitted in writing via email to Lisa.Bethea@navy.mil. Responses to RFIs will be posted to FBO under solicitation# N68335-15-R-0178.

1553 Databus Tester

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, New Jersey has a requirement for 1553 Data Bus Network Test Sets, NSN: 6625-99-977-4774 and associated aircraft specific cable sets. The 1553 Data Bus Network Test Set is a Self-contained unit which can be used to test and repair the MIL-STD-1553 Data Bus Network/Harness System in a naval environment. The Government does not own the rights or data to permit full and open competition. The Government intends to procure the Databus Tester under the authority of 10 USC 2304(c)(1), as implemented by FAR 6.302-1, by soliciting on a sole source basis from Flightline Systems, a division of Ultra Electronics PLC. This solicitation will be for a 3-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for a maximum of 60 units. Ultra Electronics PLC is the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and is the only known source with the knowledge, experience and technical data necessary to repair the hardware in the required time period. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals; however all responsible sources may submit a capability statement, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency. All responses received by the date and time indicated in the synopsis will be considered by the Government. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. A determination by the Government not to compete this proposed contract based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the government.

Websphere Real Time Software Licenses

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published April 22, 2015  -  Deadline May 7, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, NJ intends to negotiate on a non-competitive basis with EVSA Inc, 116 Tazewell Avenue; Cape Charles, VA 23310, for the procurement of IBM Websphere Real Time software licenses for the JAVA Runtime Environment and development kit within the P-8A Mission Computer Workstations mission video for the P-8A test aircraft and PAXSIL government lab. The following software licenses are required to support the P-8A Mission Computer Workstations on the P-8A aircraft: D59J8LL 100 PVU Websphere Real Time Software Licenses Under the authority 10 USC 2304(c)(1), FAR 6.302-1, the Government intends to issue a sole source contract to ESVA as this company is considered the only responsible source capable to provide the required software licenses. IBM is the designer and developer of the software currently installed and tested on the P-8, and ESVA is considered the only authorized distributor of the software and licneses for the US Navy. All responsible sources are encouraged to submit a proposal in writing that may be used by the Government in determining whether or not to conduct a competitive procurement. A determination by the Government not to open the requirement to competition based upon the response to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Responses must be received within 15 days of publication of this notice. Responses should reference "P-8 Software Licenses - LAKPP20150268" in the subject line. The Point of Contact is: Alicia McPeters at (732) 323-5368 or via email at Alicia.McPeters@navy.mil.

Panoramic Cockpit Display

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published August 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2016
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  Solicitation: N68335-16-R-0304Title: Panoramic Cockpit DisplayNAICS Code: 333318FSC Code: 6930Response date - 15 days Primary Point of Contact Evanuel Hairston evanuel.hairston@navy.mil Phone: 732-323-2094 Fax: 732-323-2706 Description: The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, NJ intends to negotiate on a non-competitive basis with Aerospace Driven Technologies, Inc., of Santa Ana, CA for the procurement of F-35 Simulated Panoramic Cockpit Display (Part Number 800878), quantity of two (2) each. These items will be used in Software Development Stations (SDS).  These SDSs require the same infrastructure as the F-35 Joint Simulation Environment simulator. Therefore, these items must be the same form, fit, and function as the ones already procured. The Government intends to procure the above items under the authority of 10 USC 3204 (c) (1), FAR 6.302-1. The Government does not own current data, drawings or other specifications to permit full and open competition.  A determination by the Government, not to open the requirement to competition based upon the response to this notice, is solely within the discretion of the Government. Responses must be received within fifteen (15) days of publication of this notice. The Point of Contact is Mr. Evanuel Hairston, evanuel.hairston@navy.mil, Code 2.5.2.4.1EH, (732) 323-2094.

V-22 MEAK ADAPTER KIT

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published March 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 26, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, NJ (NAWCADLKE) intends to award a contract for the design and manufacture of an Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) to upgrade the Mechanical Electrical Adapter Kit (MEAK-29) Part Number 101999-MEAK-29. The MEAK-29 is used to test the V-22 Constant Frequency and Variable Frequency Generators (CFG & VFG), the MEAK-29 connects the CFG & VFG to the Aircraft Engine Component Test Stand (AECTS) A/F37T-21 Part Number 101990 which is used to perform Acceptance Test Procedures (ATP) on aircraft generators. The Navy and Marine Corps require an upgrade to the existing MEAK-29 to fully test V-22 CFG and VFG as per CP71-67-TT-XXXX and CP71-67-TT-1343 test procedures including the functions of the V-22 CFG and VFG Test Box and oil cooling reservoir and adapter system that will utilize the existing AECTS hydraulic system in order to provide DOD-PRF-85734 cooling oil to the CFG. Logistics support will include updates to the existing manual as well as software updates that will work with the AECTS computer and data acquisition system which was installed via SEC 6016, on a sole source basis with Testek Inc, Wixom, MI. The contractor shall develop and if approved, produce, deliver and provide logistics support for the retrofit kits for the Mechanical Electrical Adapter Kit (MEAK-29). The Government plans to procure 3 Mechanical Electrical Adapter Kits (MEAK-29) over the life of the contract. As the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Testek Inc. is the sole designer, developer, manufacturer for the AECTS A/F37T-21, the Mechanical and Electrical Adapter Kits (MEAK) and the electrical cable harnesses to test and troubleshoot aircraft platform generators. Testek owns the technical data for the AECTS, MEAKS and all associated harnesses as well as software. Testek is the only firm with the knowledge and expertise required in order to develop and manufacture an upgrade to the AECTS, MEAKS or associated harnesses. Furthermore, the software for each individual generator Test Part Program (TPP) was developed by Testek to operate on their run-time environment software TestEX©, which interfaces with a Windows based operating system. Both the TPP software and TestEX© are proprietary and wholly owned by Testek. Testek Inc. has the requisite knowledge and possesses the hardware, software and engineering data to develop and manufacture an upgrade to the AECTS, MEAKS and associated Harnesses, no other manufacturer would have this proprietary data and the Government does not possess the rights to the data to procure the upgrade competitively. NAWCADLKE intends to award this contract under the authority of 10 USC 2304 (C)(1), as implemented in FAR 6.302-1. Interested firms may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals; however, the Government will consider all responses received to this notice. A determination by the Government not to open the requirement to competition based upon the responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received as a result of the notice of intent will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. No solicitation will be available for this procurement.

Joint Intermittence Tester

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published May 28, 2015  -  Deadline July 28, 2015
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Background This is a Request for Information (RFI) only. This is not a solicitation announcement for proposals, there is no solicitation package available and no contract will be awarded as a result of this announcement. The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Lakehurst is seeking information from industry that will assist in the assessment of new technology for the purpose of detecting intermittent faults in avionics. This information will assist the NAWCAD in determining an acquisition strategy for a Joint Intermittence Tester (JIT). The Department of Defense aviation communities require a Joint Intermittence Tester (JIT) to detect intermittent faults in Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRA)/Line Replaceable Assemblies (LRU). These faults are sometimes referred to as: No Fault Found (NFF), Can Not Duplicate (CND), No Evidence of Failure (NEOF) and Nothing to Report (NTF). Intermittent avionic chassis faults have been identified as a major cost and operational degrader for all US armed forces aviation platforms. The following definitions relate specifically to this RFI. Definitions Fault Detection: The ability to identify that an intermittent fault is present in the WRA/LRU Fault Isolation: The ability to spatially locate a fault in the WRA/LRU to the circuit exhibiting an intermittent fault. Persistent Faults: Non-intermittent faults. The anomalies caused by these types of faults do not abruptly appear, disappear, or undergo large changes over time or with changes in state of the aircraft or aircraft wiring system, such as when the aircraft is in flight, is performing ground operations, or is on the ground and not operating. The primary cause of persistent faults is mechanical damage to the insulation on a wire or wires (chafe damage, cuts into the insulation, etc.) that results in the exposure of the metallic conductor to the environment. If the exposed conductor is in continuous (persistent) anomalous contact with another conductor (on a different chafed wire, cable, or wire-harness assembly shield; aircraft components; or aircraft structure), then a persistent short may result. Persistent faults can also be caused by breaks in electrical continuity of the conductors (i.e., opens) due to broken or severed wires. Fault detection for persistent faults is typically accomplished with various electrical meters (an ohmmeter, a digital multi-meter), and fault location is typically accomplished via troubleshooting techniques or by utilizing a time-domain reflectometer or similar tester. Intermittent Faults: Non-persistent faults. The anomalies caused by these types of faults abruptly appear, disappear, or undergo large changes over time or with changes in the state of the aircraft or aircraft system, such as when the aircraft is in flight, is performing ground operations, or is on the ground and not operating. The primary physical cause of intermittent faults in a WRA/LRU is mechanical damage to the insulation on a wire or wires or to lower-level assemblies, including circuit card assemblies (CCA), and loose or broken solder joints that result in the exposure of the metallic conductor to the environment. If the exposed conductor is in close proximity to but not in continuous (persistent) contact with another conductor (on a different chafed wire, cable or wire harness assembly shield, WRA/LRU components or aircraft structure), then an intermittent short condition may arise when the damaged item is subjected to environmental stimuli (e.g., aircraft flight dynamics, airframe vibration, temperature cycling). Similarly, an intermittent open condition may result when a damaged conductor maintains electrical continuity only during static conditions but sporadically loses continuity when the aircraft is subject to certain flight conditions or other stimuli. Intermittent faults manifest when the aircraft is subjected to the previously mentioned environmental stimuli, and they can disappear when the aircraft is not operating on the ground; hence, they are unpredictable and difficult to detect. Fault isolation for intermittent faults at the intermediate level (I-level) of maintenance is typically accomplished via troubleshooting techniques. Depot-level testers require an environmental chamber and vibration table and are not suitable for the I-level. No electrical tester that is able to completely and reliably fault isolate intermittent faults in a WRA/LRU at the I-level is known to be in service and supporting any Department of Defense (DoD) aircraft weapon systems. Joint Intermittent Tester (JIT): An aircraft system tester that can reliably and accurately fault isolate and fault detect intermittent faults in a WRA/LRU. The DoD is seeking to procure / develop such a tester in the near future. Request for Information: The NAWCADLKE is seeking information from industry regarding avionic intermittent fault detection technology. Please provide the following information in your response: 1) General description of your avionic intermittent fault detection product / technology. 2) Identification of critical enabling technologies of your avionic intermittent fault detection JIT. Include technology readiness level (TRL) of your JIT product / technology and a summary of field usage, test and demonstration results. Describe, if applicable, any additional stimuli that must be applied to the unit under test (e.g. physical manipulation to induce faults, etc.). 3) Overview of your JIT concept of operation (including user operating manual if available). Discuss the operator - JIT interface, JIT - WRA/LRU interface and any related issues. Discuss anticipated and demonstrated benefit versus cost of utilization of your JIT and any demonstrated Return on Investment (ROI). 4) Discuss critical information required for the use of your JIT (e.g. lengths and types of wires, chassis schematics; etc.) 5) Discuss fault detection reliability, including types of detectable faults and minimum fault durations, and fault isolation accuracy. 6) Describe environmental testing test methods and results that your JIT has been subjected to. Discuss environmental conditions in which the JIT is approved to operate (e.g., electromagnetic susceptibility or emissions, operating / storage temperature, humidity, altitude, and shock.) Please provide a detailed description of any explosive atmosphere testing. 7) If applicable, provide customer testimonials with references. Provide your point(s) of contact. 8) Provide information about your company /organization including a brief description of your company /organization; Small / large business, 8A, hub-zone, veteran-owned status; and any past or present Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) awards related to your JIT. 9) Provide any additional information you desire. General Guidelines How to Respond: Responses to this RFI should be submitted via email to Keith Welge at keith.welge@navy.mil, no later than 60 days from the date of this posting. The Government may elect not to discuss submissions received in response to this RFI with individual responders. There is no requirement to respond to the RFI in order to be eligible to propose on the planned RFP. However, the Government places tremendous value on the information received and may utilize it to finalize its acquisition strategy. DISCLAIMER The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this RFI. This RFI is issued solely for information and planning purposes and does not constitute a solicitation. In accordance with FAR 15.201(e) responses to this notice are not offers and cannot be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract/agreement. The Government will not pay for any information received in response to this request, nor will the Government compensate any respondent for any costs incurred in developing the information provided to the Government. Responses to this RFI will not be returned. Respondents will not be notified of the results of the review. NO FORMAL SOLICITATION EXISTS AT THIS TIME. Contracting Office Address: Contracts Department Hwy. 547 Attn:B562-3C Lakehurst, New Jersey 08733-5083

Sports Officials

Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 27, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in the notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation number FA4484-15-T-0020 is being issued as a Request for Quote (RFQ) using Simplified Acquisition Procedures. This solicitation document, incorporated provisions, and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-81, effective 10 April 2015 and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARS) Change Notice 20150420 dated 20 April 2015. It is the contractors' responsibility to be familiar with applicable clauses and provisions. This requirement is being issued as a 100% small business set aside acquisition. The North American Industrial Classification System Code is 711219 with a small business size standard of $11M. The government intends to issue a firm fixed price purchase order. Quoted prices shall include itemized pricing for each Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) as follows: *** BASE YEAR 1 JUNE 2015 THROUGH 30 MAY 2016 *** CLIN 0001 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 150 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0001 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0002 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 30 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0002 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0003 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR BASEKTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0003 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0004 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED BASKETBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0004 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0005 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 205 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0006 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0007 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 245 Games** QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ **Due to the base year period of performance CLIN 0008 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0009 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0010 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 40 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0011 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0012 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 12 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0013 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASKET BALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) -DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0014 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 90 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 0015 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH SOCCER FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 100 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ *** OPTION YEAR 1: 1 JUNE 2016 THROUGH 30 MAY 2017 *** CLIN 1001 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 150 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0001 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1002 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 30 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0002 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1003 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR BASEKTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0003 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1004 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED BASKETBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0004 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1005 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 205 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1006 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1007 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 245 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1008 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1009 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1010 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 40 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1011 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1012 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 12 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1013 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASKET BALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) -DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1014 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 90 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 1015 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH SOCCER FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 100 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix *** OPTION YEAR 2: 1 JUNE 2017 THROUGH 30 MAY 2018 *** CLIN 2001 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 150 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0001 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2002 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 30 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0002 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2003 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICIALS FOR BASEKTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0003 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2004 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED BASKETBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0004 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2005 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 205 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2006 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR VOLLEYBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2007 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 245 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2008 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR CO-ED SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2009 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 115 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2010 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR SOCCER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 40 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2011 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 70 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2012 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR FLAG FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - LAKEHURST LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 12 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2013 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASKET BALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) -DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 215 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2014 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 90 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ CLIN 2015 - PROVIDE SPORTS OFFICALS FOR YOUTH SOCCER FOOTBALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (Attached as an external document) - DIX/MCGUIRE LEAGUE QTY: Maximum 100 Games QUOTE: $ _________________ PER GAME CLIN 0005 TOTAL: $ __________________ PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Joint Base McGuire Dix BASIS OF AWARD: A purchase order will be awarded to the responsible offeror whose proposal conforms to the solicitation and considered to be the most advantageous to the Government according to FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items, utilizing the Lowest-Price-Technically-Acceptable (LPTA) source selection process. To ensure timely and equitable evaluation of quotes, offerors must comply with instructions contained herein. Quotes must be complete, self-sufficient, and respond directly to the requirements of this RFQ. The following factors will be used to evaluate the proposals: (1) Technical Acceptability and (2) Price. Technical Acceptability shall be evaluated as acceptable or not acceptable. To be technical acceptable the offeror must provide proof that they have provided qualified sports official personnel who successfully performed sports official duties, in accordance with the national sports association, within the last three years for at least four of the sports listed in the performance work statement. Price evaluation shall be based on the lowest reasonable evaluated price. Price will always be an important factor. Offerors must prepare the Request for Quote response within the parameters of Wage Determination #2005-2449, Revision #15, dated 22 December 2014 and Wage Determination #2005-2351, Revision #14, dated 22 December 2014. RFQ RESPONSES ARE DUE 27 MAY 2015 @ 2:00 PM EDT. Quotes shall be submitted to rosanna.cochran@us.af.mil and christine.lehtinen@us.af.mil or mailed to 87 Contracting Squadron, ATTN: Ms. Rosanna Cochran, 2402 Vandenberg Avenue, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ 08641 by the closing date. APPLICABLE CLAUSES/PROVISIONS: FAR 52.203-17 Contractor Employee Whistleblower Rights and Requirement to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors, Commercial Items FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation-Commercial Items FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items (Note: Offerors are to provide a completed copy of the representations and certifications contained in this provision) FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items FAR 52.204-7, System for Award Management FAR 52.204-13, System for Award Management Maintenance FAR 52.217-5, Evaluation of Options FAR 52.217-9, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract FAR 52.222-25, Affirmative Action Compliance FAR 52.222-55, Minimum Wages Under Executive Order 13658 FAR 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer/ Central Contractor Registration FAR 52.252-1, Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference FAR 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated by Reference FAR 52.228-5, Insurance - Work on a Government Installation DFARS 252.203-7000, Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials DFARS 252.204-7004, Alternate A, System for Award Management DFARS 252.204-7012, Safeguarding of Unclassified Controlled Technical Information DFARS 252.209-7999, Representation by Corporations Regarding an Unpaid Delinquent Tax Liability or a Felony Conviction under any Federal Law DFARS 252.232-7003, Electronic Submission of Payment Requests DFARS 252.232-7006, Wide Area Workflow Payment Instructions AFFARS 5352.201-9101, Ombudsman. Addendum to 52.228-5 entitled "Insurance Work on a Government Installation". The contractor shall, at their own expense, procure and thereafter maintain the following kinds of insurance with respect to performance under the contract. The required workmen's compensation insurance shall extend to cover employer's liability for accidental bodily injury or death and for occupational disease with a minimum liability of $100,000. General liability insurance shall be required on the comprehensive form of policy and shall provide bodily injury liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence and property damage liability of at least $20,000 per occurrence. Automobile liability insurance policy shall provide coverage of at least $200,000 per person and $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and $20,000 per occurrence for property damage. covering the operation of all automobiles used in connection with the performance of the contract. At least the minimum limits of $200,000 per occurrence for property damage shall be required. FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition, and specifically the following FAR clauses are applicable: 52.204-10, Reporting Executive compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards 52.209-6, Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Set Aside 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting 52.222-3, Convict Labor 52.222-19, Child Labor 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Veterans 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Veterans 52.222-40, Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act 52.223-15, Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases 52.223-18, Encouraging Contractor Policies 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer - System for Award Management 52.222-41, Service Contract Labor Standards 52.222-43, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Labor Standards -Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and Option Contracts) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: To be considered for this award, Offerors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) and Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) database at http://wawf.eb.mil prior to award. Lack of registration will make an Offeror ineligible for award. Additionally, offerors must not be delinquent in federal taxes or have been convicted of a felony under Federal law within the 24 preceding months. This notice does not obligate the Government to award the contract; it does not restrict the Government's ultimate approach; nor does it obligate the Government to pay for any quote/proposal preparation costs. Clauses and provisions incorporated by reference may be accessed via the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/ or http://www.arnet.far.gov/. Quotes must be for all items stated, partial quotes will not be considered. Only firm fixed price offers will be evaluated. Award will be made (all or none) to one vendor. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Performance Work Statement 2. Department of Labor Wage Determination 2005-2449 3. Department of Labor Wage Determination 2005-2351 4. Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Security Forces Appendix Antiterrorism Statement References: Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 2000.16, DoD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards, 02 OCT 2006, paragraph E3.18, DoD Standard 18 Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), section 252.225-7043 Joint Publication 3-07.2 Antiterrorism Terrorism is defined as: the unlawful use of violence or threat of violence to instill fear and coerce governments or societies. Terrorism is often motivated by religious, political, or other ideological beliefs and committed in the pursuit of goals that are usually political. Antiterrorism is defined as: defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts, to include rapid containment by local military and civilian forces. As a prelude to and during performance of any contract, it is critical that the Contractor be supportive of all Department of Defense (DoD) requirements to protect personnel and their families, installations, facilities, information, and other resources from terrorist acts. All Contractors and Sub-Contractors are responsible for ensuring their personnel receive Level I Antiterrorism Awareness training. Level I Antiterrorism Training resides on Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) and can be reached via the following site: https://jkodirect.jten.mil. Both CAC and non-CAC users can complete DoD approved Level I Antiterrorism Awareness Training. Enroll in Course # JS-US007-14 to receive the training. During performance of work, personnel security and protection of resources is critical for the installation to maintain a safe work environment. Contractors and contracted personnel will be alert for any suspicious activities while on the installation. If any situation appears to be suspicious, immediate actions must be taken to properly notify the 87th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) Emergency Communication Center (ECC) at 609-754-6001. Contractors must ensure that contracted personnel and vehicles are strictly controlled during performance of duty. For instance, Contractors shall use reasonable efforts to prevent any personnel or equipment from being placed in harm's way or in a position that could aid or abet terrorists. Contractors are encouraged to contact the JB MDL Antiterrorism Office at 609-754-1397 for information regarding the installation Antiterrorism Program. REMEMBER: IF YOU SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY TO 87 SFS AT 609-754-6001 Health Care: The medical treatment facility will provide urgent healthcare to contract employees (a contract employee is not a Government employee but is a contractor or an employee of a contractor) for injuries occurring while on duty. Urgent healthcare is defined as medical care authorized to the extent necessary to save life or limb and prevent undue pain and suffering. The contract employee will be transferred to a civilian medical facility as soon as the contract employee is stabilized. The cost of such treatment will be paid for, in full, within a reasonable period of time, by the contract employee and will not be borne by the 87th Medical Group, the United States Air Force or the Government. An AF Form 1127, Hospital Invoice/Receipt/Accounts Receivable Record, will be prepared to ensure collection and/or billing of charges. If a contract employee cannot pay for the treatment at the time of discharge, a statement of charges and a letter of indebtedness will be completed and billed to the contract employee for medical services rendered. An Accounts Receivable Record will be established for each contract employee who receives medical care and is unable to pay at the time of discharge. Follow-up on Accounts Receivable will be completed in accordance with AFMAN 41-120, Medical Resource Management Operations. After an Accounts Receivable Record is established and billing for outpatient medical services has occurred, the SF 558, Medical Record - Emergency Care and Treatment, will be annotated with the date of billing and the voucher number. It will then be forwarded to Outpatient Records in order to be filed in a temporary folder. The contract employee shall ensure that he/she provides timely notice to his/her medical insurance company and that if the insurance company is to make payment, the insurance company has adequate information and documentation to make payment. A contract employee treated for injuries caused during a natural disaster is not charged for outpatient care.

Navy Industrial Control System Monitoring Software

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published December 17, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
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Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) is surveying the commercial vendor community for all interested parties, and is soliciting information and comments from industry for the development and implementation of a commercial enterprise-wide software solution. The software solution shall collect diverse building or utility data points, apply a software data point classification strategy, install an automated analytics, fault detection and diagnostics (AFDD) software package with a role-based operator interface for use by the Utilities and Facilities Monitoring & Control System's (UFMCS's) operators to monitor and track Industrial Control System (ICS) performance on NAVFAC serviced facilities. The software must also incorporate inputs from existing utility monitoring and control sub-systems into the role-based interface. The software shall contain control functionality that performs intelligent actions to manage ICS to satisfy mission assurance and energy and cost saving goals. In addition, there is a requirement to supply components which may include, but is not limited to the ICS software used to extract data points and software used in the tagging, automated analytics, and operator interface. It is required that the software solution be integrated to a Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) platform enclave, designed to achieve information assurance compliance and accreditation. Should this become a requirement, the design documentation of the Platform Enclave will be provided as Government Furnished Information at that time. The proposed solutions must be flexible, scalable, and configurable.NAVFAC is the ICS service provider for the Department of the Navy. In accordance with OPNAVINST 4100. 5E (Shore Energy Management), NAVFAC Headquarters issued a Capability Development Document (CDD) in October 2013, to provide requirements to consolidate disparate utilities and energy ICS operations into one formal program called Smart Grid. The CDD can be found at http://www.navfac.navy.mil/content/dam/navfac/Public%20Works/PDFs/UES/Navy%20and%20Marine%20Corps%20Smart%20Grid%20CDD%20Industry%20Version%202014.pdf . In accordance with (IAW) the CDD, the Smart Grid program will collect, display, record, analyze, and disseminate information, and provide integrated Command and Control regarding the status of monitored building and utility subsystems in a uniform, secure and affordable manner in order to reduce cost, reduce energy consumption, and to support mission assurance.A key capability for this software solution is advanced data analytics that does the "thinking" for the operator so the operator can do less data analyzation and achieve timely decisions faster. This RFI describes the technical requirements for the management software to be used at an ICS Monitoring Station (IMS). The IMS is defined as a centralized work location intended to monitor and regulate building control systems, utilities and equipment. The Special Communications Requirements Division of Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, of St. Inigoes, Maryland, is involved in defining the IMS requirements and will be the recipient and facilitator of reponses to this RFI. The Navy UFMCS is built upon three (3) existing types of equipment;i. Controlled electrical and mechanical equipment such as utility switch gear, pumps and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning equipment,ii. Equipment controllers that provide direct real-time control loops for the equipment; and,iii. Local monitor and control sub-systems such as Building Control System and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). The Navy UFMCS itself is composed of two layers; a) a GFE Platform Enclave in each NAVFAC Facility Engineering Command that performs ICS enclave network management and, b) a Common Software Architecture layer that provides the operational functions, Common Operating Picture (COP), analytics and data integration. The UFMCS collects real-time operational data from all ICS systems, transforms them into uniform format, and provides them as a service to enterprise level business application (such as Comprehensive Utilities Information Tracking System). The NAVFAC software solution described throughout this RFI is required to collect data from or relating to the quantity of buildings and utility systems specified by the Government for up to nine (9) regions. Each region could have up to thirty (30) Military locations; the locations could have up to sixty (60) buildings that would meet the criteria to be included in the ICS program. Each building could have up to five-hundred (500) data points per utility/building. LOCATIONS: NAVFAC Program Office, Washington, DCRegion 1 Europe Africa Southwest Asia • Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy• Naval Station Rota, Spain Region 2 MID-ATLANTIC• Naval Station Norfolk, VA Region 3 MIDWEST • Naval Station Great Lakes, IL Region 4 NORTHWEST • Naval Base Kitsap/Bangor, WA Region 5 SOUTHEAST• Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, GA• Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL Region 6 SOUTHWEST• Naval Base San Diego, CA• Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA• Naval Base Ventura County, CA Region 7 WASHINGTON• Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD Region 8 FAR EAST• Naval Fleet Activities Okinawa, Japan Region 9 MARIANAS• Naval Base Guam Region 10 HAWAII• Joint Base Pearl Harbor/Hickam, HI TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS SOFTWARE SOLUTION: The software solution shall include the elements that are essential to meet full operating capabilities which may include software modules, components and drivers, licenses, third party middleware, and technical support services required to collect data from, or relating to, existing facilities including the ICS and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). The software solution shall include capabilities to analyze the data for operational and energy efficiency performance and shall provide tools to describe operational deficiencies and recommend corrective measures to enable condition based maintenance. The Navy UFMCS software shall be an enterprise-wide solution, implemented separately at each Navy region that shall support the diverse building or utility data points, tagging strategy, automated analytics, AFDD, and role-based operator interface needs of NAVFAC's internal personnel and its tenant commands. Where available, the technology platform shall interface with local ICS two-way communication capabilities for monitoring and controlling building energy usage and utility power flow and deploying demand response/load shedding, peak shaving, and load shifting. The software shall include capabilities for energy cost analytics, or interface with Navy business software applications used to track the cost of power. The software solution shall have the capability to interface with a Government specified digital signage system. Singular Software Platform The platform shall provide seamless interaction of numerous applications. The platform must have an intuitive, graphically oriented user interface that provides seamless access and interaction between multiple applications used to optimize building or utility performance, deploy energy generation and load shed resources, and monitor energy procurement, usage, billing and cost recovery. For example, if the energy use platform shows an irregular load profile, the user should be able to drill down into the building or utility's ICS to diagnose the issue and make adjustments directly if the ICS allows two‐way control or through a communication with the building or utility operator. The software solution shall support the ability to track operator communications through resolution of the issue. Another example is that the user shall receive an alarm about a convergence of high coincident building or utility energy use and a spike in electricity prices and shall have the capability to deploy or schedule (via ICS two‐way control and/or communication to the building or utility operator) load shedding and onsite energy generation. The software solution shall allow for base level utility censors, maintenance alarm capability and the ability to inherit existing alarms into the new system. The energy cost platform shall show the event and resulting energy cost/savings/revenue. Data Integration Integration of the data and controls from legacy and future systems is required. The platform and applications shall interface with legacy building or utility systems as well as new systems being brought online. The software solution shall provide a seamless experience to the user including interoperability for Navy Marine Corps Intranet business analysis systems; because the building or utility in the portfolio have different energy management/generation/billing needs and capabilities the software solution shall provide the capability to develop customized building or utility programs and schedules to optimize mission capability and sustainability. The Navy UFMCS solution shall include the capability to analyze financial effects of the data for operational and energy efficiency performance and shall provide regional and installation level tools to help describe operational deficiencies and recommend corrective measures. Should a solicitation be issued for this, the Government will provide the Navy UFMCS operating environment to include the computer hardware, storage, and operating system platform in accordance with the attached Software Requirements Document (SRD). The building or utility currently has the following technology:i. Meters integrated through intermediate regional software applications to a unified national Schneider ION Enterprise Energy Management application, Westinghouse, and American Systems. Navy UFMCS will be given access to and shall use data points either directly from the Advanced Meter system in the building or utility, via Advanced Meter points data integrated to the UFMCS, or directly from the Local AMI Data Acquisition Servers (Microsoft SQL Server).ii. Direct Digital Controliii. SCADAiv. Government-furnished NAVFAC compliant data network circuit installed for purposes of transmitting facility data over the internal NAVFAC Platform Enclave network housed within the NAVFAC enclave. These circuits currently vary in capacity from 1.5 - 155Mbbps (STS-3c) with the majority being 155Mbps. v. ICS that will generate data for use by Navy UFMCS. SOFTWARE DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS Commercial Availability This requirement is for a commercial software solution that minimizes the use of custom software development. Custom software development for purposes of this requirement will be construed to mean both compiled and scripting languages used to customize and extend the features of the base software product(s) to meet specific site customization requirements. Core functionality of communications protocols, Graphical User Interface capability, and features required for Cyber Security compliance shall be part of the commercial code base and may not be custom developed features. Third Party Components Supply of all third party components required for proper operation of the core software package such as middleware, reporting tools, or Geographical Information System software packages for example, is required. Required components shall be determined based on contractor software solution. SOFTWARE INTEGRATION REQUIREMENTS: Software integration services are required to install, integrate, configure, customize, and verify correct operation of the Navy UFMCS software solution including required components, modules, third party applications, and all interfaces to ICS and Business systems that the software application must exchange data with. System Software Development Systems and software engineering services are required to work with the Government System Integrator. Software engineering and development activities are required to implement system customizations. Software customization services are required to adapt the software package to provide required ICS command, control, visualization and event tracking functionality. Use of custom developed software in the solution should be minimal and should use commercial software only when the required functionality cannot be reasonably achieved by other custom approaches. ANALYTICS AND FAULT DETECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS (AFDD): The AFDD shall have the ability to mine vast amounts of data quickly and apply software-based algorithms to identify and define trends to enable proactive management of building or utility systems. The AFDD shall identify patterns to enable the software to draw conclusions, notify stakeholders, and correct issues in building or utility mechanical and control systems automatically or via proactive automated Computerized Maintenance Management System, referred to as MAXIMO, maintenance requests before they manifest themselves in ways that cause downtime or prolonged periods of inefficient operation. Wherever available, the AFDD shall be able to interface with existing SCADA, Distribution Management System , Outage Management System, and Fault Location, Isolation, and System Recovery software systems commonly used by utilities. The AFDD shall provide the ability to allow building or utility managers to optimize on-going operations through a series of processes including, but not limited to, fault based analysis, continuous evaluation of zones, set points, schedules, control component degradation, sensor failures. The AFDD shall provide advanced continuous commissioning strategies capable of taking into account defect detection prior to seasonal weather changes (proactive building or utility maintenance based on geographical and seasonal variables). The AFDD shall address each region's commissioning program. The AFDD shall describe the process by which building or utility engineers and commissioning agents, to utilize the delivered software solution to define rule sets and metrics for building or utility operations. The AFDD shall provide local engineers the ability to see what analytics rules are affecting alerts specific to their buildings or utilities and provide a mechanism to override, adjust, and manage rules that affect site specific scenarios related to a building or utilities' unique mechanical, electrical and plumbing characteristics and site specific sequences of operation. The AFDD shall be able to accept and prioritize alarm events from remote systems and execute a response rule or notification (e.g., email, pager, work order) from the Navy UFMCS platform. Examples of current alarms in place at some NAVFAC facilities include, but are not limited to: i. Chiller and/or boiler operation/enabled longer than 12 hoursii. Chiller and/or boiler weekend/holiday operationiii. Simultaneous heating and coolingiv. Building or utility Kilowatt-Hours upper limit alarmv. Notification when system is up/downThe AFDD must apply multi-level algorithms and rules based features. This shall include at a minimum:i. Level One Analytics: General rules and algorithms that can be applied throughout the region with little or no modification. ii. Level Two Analytics: Custom rules and algorithms that have been configured for the UFMCS systems and sequences of a particular building or utility. The AFDD shall be able to generate message notifications to any of the following primary Navy UFMCS stakeholder groups:i. Building or utility Engineers & Technicians, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Contractorsii. Public Works Officeiii. CNIC Energy Managersiv. Public Works Corev. Echelon 3 and Echelon 2 Program Office The NAVY UFMCS AFDD shall be capable of generating a management report of exceptions, trigger alarms, and system actions initiated. The AFDD shall be capable of predicting operational behavior based upon changes in load, generation and environmental conditions to the current and historical state of the system. The Navy UFMCS platform and COP shall be able to generate a hierarchy of alarms and recorded distribution of notifications to Facility and Utility Managers, O&M Contractors, metering Contractors, specialized subject area engineers and commissioning agents. SYSTEM INTERFACE/INTEGRATION APPROACH In order to support a transition from the existing ICS, the integrated system (and device referenced in the previous sentence) shall natively have the capability to communicate with NAVFAC UFMCS mandated protocols, and shall have appropriate protocols installed as needed at each location in accordance with the SRD. The system interface shall address connectivity to industry standard building or utility automation systems using NAVFAC mandated protocols. The software solution shall target pre-packaged, commercial, open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for purposes of interfacing to 3rd party industry products as the desired architectural end state of Navy UFMCS. The software solution shall address the requirement to retrieve information from the ICS, and Navy UFMCS software and transmit it in Open APIs format to the Computerized Maintenance Management System, MAXIMO, to generate work orders, trouble tickets, pro-active maintenance requests, etc. The software solution shall address requirements to give a COP user the ability to manually generate alarm and notification information to Navy UFMCS alarm and transmit notification information to MAXIMO. PERFORMANCE TRACKING AND MEASUREMENT CRITERIA The software solution shall include the capability to monitor, track, and report operational and financial performance criteria. An example might be tracking the financial impact of faults that do not get fixed in a timely fashion once discovered like loose fan belts, motors that run excessively, or mal-functioning dampers which restrict air flow. Reports shall show operational efficiencies or inefficiencies resulting from Navy UFMCS events, triggers, and alarms so Return on Investment (ROI) analysis and statistics can be tracked and monitored. The performance criteria shall establish a baseline energy consumption and cost for purposes of eventually comparing actual vs. past performance. The performance criteria shall address the UFMCS software requirement to track and report building or utility system operational costs (OPEX) on a daily, monthly, quarterly, annual cost metric per square foot basis and per person occupancy. These OPEX costs metrics shall be trended over time in user-definable time periods for purposes of tracking and reporting ROI metrics. ASSUMPTIONS: • Respondents shall assume this is a software solution only and that a secure accredited network and computer hardware are available by the Government, ready to receive a software load. • Respondents shall assume the solution includes ancillary services to install, configure, and test software at each region, and initial operator training.• Respondents shall assume the software solution must have the capacity to collect data from or relating to the quantity of buildings and utility systems specified by the government for up to nine (9) regions. Each region could have up to thirty (30) Military locations; the locations could have up to sixty (60) buildings that would meet the criteria to be included in the ICS program. Each building could have five-hundred (500) data points per utility/building. • Respondents shall assume the data for the buildings and utility systems will be ready for feed into the IMS via a middleware panel. • Respondents shall assume this software shall have the ability to manage microgrid commanding, whereby microgrid capability might currently exist at an installation or be planned for the future. RESPONSES: In response to this RFI, respondents shall submit written responses, via electronic mail. Product specification, sketches, or listings of authorized distributors are not to count as part of the page count. The response shall address how the software solution meets the requirements within and not exceed ten (10) pages. In addition to the above, request respondents provide the following: 1) Discuss how technical requirements within this RFI adequately communicates the software requirement and/or identify capability gaps.2) Describe how much customization is needed to meet the requirements described herein. 3) Provide discussion of the software interfaces and operational analytics that your software solution provides. Trend analysis of data is also desired.4) Provide a discussion of how your software solution utilizes fault detection analysis and alarms. 5) It is important the software be mature for immediate fielding and still have the ability to grow and adapt to future ICS technologies. In your estimation, state how long would it take to perform the stated requirements at a given region. For up to nine (9) regions specified in this RFI, approximately how long would it take to install, test, train and start operations for this procurement?6) What are software maintenance requirements, i.e. updates and upgrades and adhoc technical support?7) How would your solution interface to and from Navy UFMCS platform including recommended open architecture, toolset, interface coding language, and any other key elements to support an open, non-proprietary, extensible, and scalable interface plan for the Navy UFMCS platform? Open, non-proprietary means all ICS use NAVFAC specified standard communications protocols. The Government requests that respondents provide pricing estimates and information on the below elements: 1) Software (both licensing and procurement with unlimited rights)2) One time service to customize software to a region's mission priorities3) Data Integration within the software4) Testing event(s) for a region5) One time operator training for a region including ability to customize and operate software6) Software Lifecycle Upgrades - training Government organic and contract with Industry; estimate 5 year plan.   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: FAR-15.201 - Exchange With Industry Before Receipt of Proposals IAW FAR-15.201(b) "The purpose of exchanging information is to improve the understanding of Government requirements and industry capabilities, thereby allowing potential offerors to judge whether or how they can satisfy the Government's requirements, and enhancing the Government's ability to obtain quality supplies and services." This RFI is neither a Request for Proposal nor a Request for Quotation, and does not in any way constitute and/or represent a solicitation or a promise to issue a solicitation in the future. Furthermore, this RFI does not in any way commit the Government to contract for any supplies and/or services whatsoever. The Government is not seeking proposals; instead, the Government is only seeking information related to current industry capabilities to meet requirements discussed herein. Organizations that intend to respond to this RFI are hereby advised that the Government will not pay for and/or reimburse any of the respondents' costs or expenses related to the development and submission of this RFI. Accordingly, all costs associated with the respondents' efforts in relation to responding to this RFI are solely and expressly the responsibility of the respondents. The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this request or to otherwise pay for the information solicited. While the Government intends to review this information for future acquisition planning purposes, it will not release any information about your approach that might in any way compromise your competitive posture. The Government will not use any information provided to level your approach relative to another competitor. The responses should not contain any proprietary information however if any information is company sensitive, all information shall be marked accordingly. The Government will not be liable for or suffer any consequential damages for any proprietary information not properly identified. Company sensitive information will be safeguarded in accordance with the applicable Government regulations. Responses to this RFI will not be returned. Respondents will not be notified of the result of the review. **PLEASE NOTE: The Government may use support contractors (Booz Allen Hamilton, Smartronix, and Mantech) to assist with review and analysis of responses to this RFI. Each respondent will be responsible for obtaining any required Non-Disclosure Agreements from each support contractor. For point of contact information for these support contractors please contact Todd Stanley, todd.stanley@scrb.navy.mil. Failure to respond to this RFI does not preclude participation in any future associated request for proposal/request for quotation that may be issued. Information provided in no way binds the Government to solicit or award a contract. If a solicitation is released, it will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOps) website: www.fbo.gov. It is the potential vendor's responsibility to monitor this site for the release of any follow-on information. HOW TO RESPOND: Please submit your response to this RFI (not to exceed 10 pages) via email no later than 4:00PM E.S.T [January 16, 2015] to the following points of contact: Danielle DiLorenzo; danielle.dilorenzo@navy.mil.

Environmental Chambers Recertification

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
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  The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst, NJ intends to competitively award a fixed price small purchase for commercial maintenance and calibration services for the HVAC Control System and the two environmental chambers in Building 355, Lakehurst Naval Calibration Laboratory located at the Joint Base McGuire, Dix, Lakehurst, NJ. This will be 100% small business set-aside procurement.   The period of performance for this procurement will include one (1) base year and two (2) option years. Each year will include two semi-annual maintenance, repair, and calibration visits and one annual re-certification visit. The re-certification visit may be combined with one of the semi-annual maintenance visits.   Services required include maintenance, repair, calibration, and certification, including programming set-points and controls, corrective maintenance, component replacement coverage, trouble call coverage, and testing and inspection reporting. Additionally, services include repair and adjustments of any mechanical systems and hardware related to the control system, excluding the a/c condensers or heating plant.   Award will be made to the responsible Small Business whose proposal is technically acceptable with acceptable past performance, and whose price is the lowest offered.  Offerors must demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise, accreditation, and equipment to successfully provide services that meet all the requirements of the solicitation.      The Government will release the solicitation, including any subsequent amendments, on Fed Biz Ops. No telephone requests for the solicitation will be accepted, no written requests will be accepted. Any amendment issued will be posted to the same website. After the solicitation release, vendors should regularly access the website to ensure they have all amendments. The point of contact for this effort is: Eric Murphy, Contract Specialist, richard.j.murphy3@navy.mil . IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Registration in the Department of Defense DoD System for Award Management (SAM) database will be a prerequisite for receiving an award. For more information on the SAM, refer to the SAM website at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM. THIS PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL.  The Government is not obligated to and will not pay for any information received from potential sources as a result of this synopsis. This synopsis is for administrative purposes only.  It does not constitute a solicitation for bid or proposals, and should not be construed as a commitment by the Government. The information provided herein is subject to change and in no way binds the Government to solicit for or award a competitive contract.

Combined Temperature/Altitude/Humidity/Vibration Environmental Test (CET) Chambers

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published March 23, 2016  -  Deadline April 7, 2016
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The Naval Air Warfare Center, Lakehurst, solicited a 100% small-business set-aside for two (2) Combined Temperature/Altitude/Humidity/Vibration Environmental Test (CET) Chambers.  The contract was awarded to Russells Technical Products, Inc. on 21 September 2016. 

BAAfor Advanced Aircraft Power Systems; Fuel Technology; Aircraft Energy Conservation & Environmental Compliance

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published April 22, 2016
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The contract was for Alternative Engine Exhuast Concepts for V-22 awarded to BAE Systems after price negotiations were conducted.

BAA dor Advanced Aircraft Power Systems; Fuel Technology; Aircraft Energy Conservation and Environmental Compliance

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published October 16, 2015
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Contract awarded to Cosworth, LLC. on 24 September 2015.

Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) for SERD 3721 and Operational Test Program Set (OTPS) 4 Environmental Control System

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published August 20, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst NJ intends to enter into negotiations on a non-competitive basis with the Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office (BB JPO) to author new technical data for items of V-22 Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE) into the V-22 Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM). The V-22 IETM is designed to utilize specific data directly from a Systems Logistic Integrated Capability (SLIC) database. The SLIC is designed to match up with certain elements of the IETM. Although the Government owns the data in the SLIC database, the BB JPO alone possesses the data rights to the V-22 IETM software and as such, possesses the unique capability of extracting the SLIC data and authoring it into the IETM. The technical data that will be incorporated into the IETM represents operation and maintenance tasks for Government designed in-house PSE. The current requirement is to develop IETMs for MV-22 PSE SERD 3721and Operational Test Program Set 4 Environmental Control System as well as to provide provisioning technical documentation. It is anticipated that this effort will be awarded as an order under Basic Ordering Agreement N68335-14-G-0044. The Government intends to procure this requirement under the authority of 10 USC 2304 (c) (1) as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Section 6.302-1. All responsible sources may submit a response which may be considered by the Government in determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. A determination by the Government not to open the requirement to competition based on the responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information provided herein is subject to change and in no way binds the Government to solicit for an award of a contract.

25' SAFE Boat International Defender Boats

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published August 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 18, 2015
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Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Lakehurst Contracts Department intends to procure on 25' Defender boats, P/N: 425-14 and ancillary accessories (herein referred to as Security Forces Assistance-Small (SFA-Small)), from SAFE Boats International, Inc., located in Bellevue, Washington. The resulting contract will be placed on a firm fixed-price basis and will procure commercial items. These boats are used by Naval Special Warfare Command (NSW) for in-residence training of small craft operations and maintenance to international students. In addition, they are also used to develop and refine Maritime SFA tactics, techniques and procedures during pre-deployment Professional Development and Unit-Level/Squadron Integration Training for NSW deployable personnel. While this craft is primarily used as a CONUS-based training asset, they may be operationally forward deployed. The 25' SAFE SFA-Small boats and required accessories are currently in use throughout the USSOCOM fleet and have been proven effective in restrictive environments, enabling successful completion of missions. USSOCOM has a requirement to procure the boat that its partner nations have purchased and operate within their inventory. The SAFE SFA-Small boat is still the boat being utilized by USSOCOM partner nations and therefore it is still a USSOCOM requirement for these boats. USSOCOM requires that the SFA-Small boat configuration is identical to those currently in the fleet. The fleet is currently outfitted with sixteen (16) SFA-Small Boats with the same configuration as required under this action. In addition, the SAFE SFA-Small boats have a unique design and are required to be unsinkable vessels that utilize a full-sized foam collar system for flotation, stability and fendering. The SAFE SFA-Small boats are manufactured to meet these requirements, and remain the only known boats that meet these requirements. Selection of another vendor's boat would cause an increase to the associated cost of ownership and delay delivery of the system to the fleet. The government intends to award this requirement under the authority of 41 USC 1901 Simplified Acquisition Procedures (Test Program for Certain Commercial Items). Interested firms may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals; however, the Government will consider all responses received to this notice. A determination by the Government not to open the requirement to competition based upon the responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. No solicitation will be available for this procurement.

STATIONARY PENETRANT INSPECTION (SPI) SYSTEM

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published May 14, 2015
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The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst intends to procure, on a full and open competitive basis, the Stationary Penetrant Inspection (SPI) System. The SPI System will be a modified commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) system to replace the US Navy's legacy units. The SPI System will be a modular system, with increased tank sizes, capable of performing Type I, Post-Emulsifiable Hydrophilic (Method D) Penetrant Inspections and will be used at US Navy / US Marine Corp shore-based intermediate maintenance activities to inspect for surface defects on aircraft and support equipment components. The SPI System program shall meet the requirements of US Navy shore-based environments as well as all logistics documentation to support the US Navy's maintenance and training philosophy. The NAICS Code for this requirement is 334516 and the PSC is 6635. The Government anticipates the award of a Fixed Price Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract for a maximum quantity of 50 each SPI System production units, with a minimum quantity of two (2) SPI System pilot production units (PPUs) to be purchased with the first Delivery Order. The PPUs shall be presented for contractor testing and inspection no later than 360 days after award of the first Delivery Order. After successful completion of contractor testing and subsequent government testing, evaluation and approval of the two (2) PPUs, the government plans to issue delivery orders for an additional 48 each of the SPI System production units over the two (2) year ordering period. The two (2) PPUs will be refurbished to fully-operational condition after completion of all testing to fulfill the maximum requirement for 50 each SPI System production units. Contract award will be contingent on evaluation of written proposals. Award will be made on a "Lowest Price, Technically-Acceptable" basis. Proposals received will be evaluated under the factors of Technical, Past Performance and Price. It is mandatory for Offerors to register with the System for Award Management (SAM) in order to conduct business with the US Government. To be considered for award, Offerors must have an "Active" status in SAM. Registration information is located at: https://www.sam.gov/ The solicitation will be posted on the FedBizOpps webpage on or about 29 May 2015. Hard copies of the solicitation and amendments will not be mailed. The applicable requirements documents will not be made available until after release of the solicitation. The Government will not accept proposals that are submitted via facsimile or electronically via e-mail. Hard copies of the solicitation and amendments will NOT be mailed to the Offerors. William Waterhouse, Contract Specialist, is the Primary Point of Contact for all questions and/or inquiries pertaining to this announcement. Contact information is listed above.

Spectrometer

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published April 2, 2015  -  Deadline May 2, 2015
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THIS IS A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ONLY. THERE IS NO SOLICITATION PACKAGE AVAILABLE. The Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Lakehurst, NJ is requesting information pertaining to the availability of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) item for the deployable bench top atomic emission rotrode (AER) fluid analysis Spectrometer equal to Spectro Scientific, Inc. P/N Spectroil M/N-W or better with the following minimum performance requirements. This Support Equipment is to be used to simultaneously analyze any oil sample to determine its concentration value in parts per million (ppm) of a desired 30 elements. The results of the analysis are shown in tenths for ppm values from 0.0 to 99.0 and whole numbers for values greater than 100 ppm. For the ppm values exceeding measurable values, a message or over range symbol is displayed. The spectrometer must be able to read concentrations of 0-900ppm for iron, silver, aluminum, chromium, copper, magnesium, sodium, nickel, lead, silicon, tin, titanium, boron, molybdenum, zinc, barium, cadmium, manganese, vanadium, calcium, potassium, lithium, phosphorous and a concentration of 0-100ppm for arsenic, bismuth, cesium, cobalt, indium, tungsten, zirconium. The spectrometer is expected to operate in both shipboard and land based labs and should be designed for such environments. For shipboard operations the spectrometer must be able to function while experiencing the pitch and roll lists of the ship. Mounting holes will be required so the units can be secured to bench top counters to prevent it from falling in such conditions. The Spectrometer should have a small lab footprint with dimensions not exceeding 31"Lengthx 25"Widthx 28"Height. It should be hand portable with a max weight of 250 lbs and have the appropriate carrying handles to allow for up to 4 people to transport the equipment. Each unit will also have its own transit case for shipping purposes that will double as a working platform should it be necessary. Military facilities will be capable of supplying power to the spectrometer at 110/120 VAC and a minimum power cable length of 20 feet will be required to ensure that a spectrometer will always be able to access lab power outlets. During operation, fumes may be produced that could be potentially harmful to operators. To prevent any hazardous conditions, the spectrometer must have a removable exhaust fan to eliminate fumes from excitation assembly chamber. Since lab conditions may vary based on location, the spectrometer should be designed to operate in temperature ranges of 50-110oF and 0-95% humidity. This necessitates the inclusion of an environmentally sealed computer into the design of spectrometer to ensure performance reliability in all environments. The computer will require Microsoft 7 or higher, a minimum of 4 GB RAM, One (1) DVD-RW Drive and Four (4) External USB Ports (for external mouse, computer, printer and peripheral). The unit must have a color touchscreen display, be able to communicate with external devices and compatible with virus protection software. The programming must be user friendly and capable of leading an operator through any standardization procedures. It also must have automatic warning indicators for the following: presence of disk and rod electrodes, analytic gap, oil in sample holder, sample holder in sample stand and closure of sample stand door. IAW MIL-STD-461 Rev F will be the military standard for electro-magnetic interference that the spectrometer must meet. This Request for Information (RFI) is issued solely for information and planning purposes; it does not constitute a Request for Proposal (RFP) or a promise to issue an RFP in the future. This request for information does not commit the government to contract for any supply or service whatsoever. The Government WILL NOT PAY for any information received in response to this request for information nor will the Government compensate the respondent for any cost incurred in developing the information for the Government. Any request for copies of solicitations will not be addressed since this is a request for information, not a request for proposal. Not responding to this RFI does not preclude participation in any future RFP. Any comments provided may or may not be included in a formal solicitation. The Government will not release any information marked with a proprietary legend received in response to this RFI to any firms, agencies or individuals outside the Government without written permission in accordance with the legend. Respondents are notified that a formal solicitation may not necessarily result from the RFI. Availability of any formal solicitation may be announced under a separate Federal Business Opportunities announcement. All interested parties should send company and descriptive literature on any currently available product that meets the Navy's requirements to Dorri Petterson, e-mail: dorri.petterson@navy.mil or address: Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Contracts, Code 2.5.2.1.2 562-3, Hwy 547, Lakehurst, NJ 08733. Please include a point of contact, phone number, e-mail address, website information and CAGE Code. All responses should be received no later than 3:00 PM EST, 01 May 2015. All questions and comments must be in writing, no telephone calls. The Government will not pay for any information received in response to this request, nor will the Government compensate any respondent for any costs incurred in developing the information provided to the Government. . The Government will not release any information marked with a Proprietary legend, received in response to this RFI, to any firms, agencies, or individuals outside the Government without written permission in accordance with the legend.

Brunswick 25-foot Guardian Boats

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
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  The Naval Air Warfare Center - Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, NJ intends to procure Brunswick 25 ft. Guardian Boats with the Tactical Communication System design package on a sole source basis with Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, Inc. (Brunswick) located in Edgewater, FL under the authority of 41 U.S.C. 1901, Simplified Acquisition Procedures for Certain Commercial Items. The resulting contract will be firm fixed price for commercial items. The following items and part numbers are as follows (qty 3 each): 25' GUARDIAN BASE BOAT, P/N 250GD; STAINLESS STEEL TRANSOM CHAFE CAP, 30" TRANS, P/N 61545; HD BOW EYE REINFORCEMENT, P/N 61543; STERN SPLASHWELL BULKHEAD, ALUMINUM, COLOR - OLIVE DRAB, P/N 61581; GUNWALE LIFTING EYES (4), P/N 61565; LIFTING SLING SET W/LOAD TEST AND CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTATION; LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING REVIEW OPTION, APPROVAL, SIGNING, AND DATING OF CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTATION FOR LIFTING SYSTEM. INCLUDES COPIES OF OEM TEST DOCUMENTS/CERTIFICATIONS AS SUPPLIED WITH SLING, P/N 02787;SPRINGLINE CLEATS (2), P/N 61550; HD RUBBING STRAKES - (2 per side), P/N 61521;RAILS, LASHING (Rub Strake required) - BLACK POWDERCOAT, P/N 61532;CUSTOM COLOR - HULL EXTERIOR COLOR - OLIVE DRAB, P/N 834;CUSTOM COLOR - HULL INTERIOR COLOR - OLIVE DRAB, P/N 836; DELETE STANDARD CONSOLE, P/N 60510;A10 HEAVY DUTY WELDED ALUMINUM CONSOLE COLOR - OLIVE DRAB, P/N 60518;CONSOLE WATERTIGHT DOOR ALUM FREEMAN, P/N 60596;TWIN CYLINDER STEERING UPGRADE, P/N 61010;PRE-RIG, DUAL ENGINE, OMC, P/N 61423INCLUDES:- ELECTRIC FUEL GAUGE(BOATS WITH BUILT IN FUEL TANK)- BINNACLE- WIRING HARNESS, KEY SWITCHES & ALARM HORNS- SHIFT AND THROTTLE CABLES- ENGINE TIE BAR KIT; BOMBARDIER DUAL ENGINE GAUGE PACKAGE, P/N 60706INCLUDES:-(2) TACHOMETER-(2) TRIM GAUGE-(2) VOLT METER-(2) HOUR METER-(1) FUEL GAUGE;3 GALLON BOMBARDIER OIL TANK, P/N 61428;BOMBARDIER WATER PRESSURE GAUGE (1), P/N 60720;BOMBARDIER OIL LEVEL GAUGE, P/N 60739;RACOR FUEL/WATER SEPARATOR UPGRADE (1), P/N 61470;BLANK NO ENGINE, P/N 60210;SPOTLIGHT, HANDHELD W/ BASE AND 12-VOLT OUTLET, P/N 60755;COMPASS, RITCHIE NAVIGATOR (flush mount), P/N 60745;DELETE STANDARD SEATING, P/N 61100; HD ALUM LEANING POST W/ AFT STORAGE BOX, P/N 61113;ENGINE CRASH RAIL - OUTBOARD W/REMOVABLE HOOP, COLOR - BLACK POWDER COAT, P/N 62032;TORSIONAL TOW BAR - BLACK POWDERCOAT, P/N 62020;BATTERY SYSTEM FOR DUAL ENGINES, TWO STARTING BATTERIES AND TWO AUX BATTERIES, P/N 60905INCLUDES:- (3) ON/OFF BATTERY SWITCHES- (4) BATTERY BOXES AND TRAYS- BATTERY CABLES AND TERMINALS FOR TWO ENGINES AND FOUR BATTERIES- SPLASHWELL RIGGING BOOT (WHERE APPLICABLE)- NO ISOLATOR- BATTERY PARALLEL SWITCH; OPTIMA 34M-1000 MCA (AGM) - ENGINE STARTING BATTERY, P/N 60927; OPTIMA D34M-870 MCA DEEP CYCLE (AGM) - AUXILARY BATTERY, P/N 60928; ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION PANEL AND AUXILLARY SWITCH PANEL UPGRADE OPTION, P/N 60738; VHF RADIO, ICOM IC-M422 W/ DSC(Or Equal), P/N 60841;BOW MOUNTED GUN PLATE W/ HULL REINFORCEMENT FOR MK16 TRIPOD(Does Not Include tripod), P/N 62120;TRANSDUCER UPGRADE THRUHULL, P/N 2790;.50 CAL ALUMINUM GUN'L MNT BIPODS (P&S) QUARTER MOUNTED MODIFIED MK16 MOD2 TRIPODS WITH HULL REINFORCEMENT (2 BIPODS)(requires aluminum gunwales), P/N 62121;.50 CAL BOW TRIPOD W/HULL REINFORCEMENTSHEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM TRAILER W/TORSION AXLES - INCLUDES SPARE TIRE AND CARRIER HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM TRAILER W/TORSION AXLES - INCLUDES SPARE TIRE AND CARRIER - BOATMASTER BoatMaster Model #BC25GSCVT-120 2 Axles, P/N 62700 Includes: CAPACITY UPGRADE TO 12,000# GVW Galvanized Dura-Flex Torsion AxlesGalvanized Spoke Wheels with 16"Tires 8000#Sidewind Type Jack Zinc Sure Lube Lubrication SystemAll Stainless Steel Fasteners and Diamond Plate Aluminum Fenders Cutwater Roller AssyU-Bolt Tie Downs ( 4 Total )Two Transom Tie Down StrapsPolymar in V Assembly and Bunks2 Axle 12" 3900 Bronze Freebacking Disc BrakesHubs Galvanized w/ Press in Studs16" Spare Tire & CarrierWheels w/ SS Valve Stems and Capsulated Lug Nuts3500# Winch w/ Strap12,000# Pinole w/ Coupler and Ring3 20' 10,000# Ratchet Straps6 Pin Round PlugSpecial Frame and Axle Requirements; CUSTOME NAWC-AD STAINLESS STEEL CUTWATER INSTALLED ON KEEL OF THE HULL;CUSTOM NAWC-AD COMMUNICATION ARCH INSTALLED AFT OF THE CONSOLE;CONSOLE MOUNTED LED LIGHTS;INSTALL CUSTOMER FURNISHED COMMUNICATIONS CABLES - NOTE CUSTOMER TO SUPPLY CABLES TO BCGP 30 DAYS FROM RECEIPT OF CONTRACT;COMMERCIAL AND AUXILLARY SWITCH PANEL UPGRADE;VOLTMETER, ADDTIONAL FOR ELECTRONICS BATTERY PER D FREET;LEANING POST STORAGE BOX UPGRADE (ENSURE PLEXIGLASS DOOR IS HINGED FROM TOP; CUSTOM WATER FREEING PORTS IN THE STERN SPLASH WELL REF 11-280, THIS IS A QTY OF 2 WITH 3 FREEING PORTS PER BOAT PER CUSTOME REQUEST; PROVIDE AND INSTALL MK-16 MOD-0 BRONZE STAND W/TRAIN STOPSSET AT 270 DEGREE ARCH OF FIRE REF 13-077; MODIFY TORSIONAL TOW BAR FOR M - 60 WEAPON MOUNT REF 13-078;BILGE PUMP - ADDTIONAL W.3 BILGE SWICH PANELS REF 13-079; ELEPHANT TRUNK TRANSOM DRAIN (REF 13 080): 2 TRUNKS PER BOAT, 4" ELEPHANT TRUCK TRANSOM DRAIN; TECHNICAL OWNERS MANUAL; SET OF CAD DRAWINGS; BLACKEN ALL BRIGHT COMPONENTS - SCREW HEADS, BOLTS, NUTS WASHERS, ALL BRIGHT ITEMS BLACK OUT ABOVE THE WATER LINE/ABOVE THE GUNWALE. EXCLUDES BRP. CONTROL PLASTIC ITEMS ETC. PER D FREET REF 12 469 13 081; NAWC-AD OIL INJECTION TANK STAND; CUSTOM NAWC-AD OIL INJECTION TANK STAND TO HOLD BOTH OIL TANKS IN STERN OF SELF BAILING HULL REF 11-284;DEPTH SOUNDER - LOWARNCE 3800 W/TRANSDUCER, P/N 60832; INLAND FREIGHTandNAWC-AD 2X6 DYNOPLATE SYSTEM;CUSTOM NAWC-AD 2X6 DYNOPLATE SYSTEM; MOUNTED ON CENTER LINE BETWEEN ENGINES AS LOW AS POSSIBLE PER D FLEET REF 13-083. This effort is in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Patuxent River, St. Inigoes, Special Communications Missions Solutions (SCMS) Division, who has been tasked to support the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Patrol Boat Light (PBL) Counter Drug Sustainment Program (CDSP). The Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Forces are required to conduct high-speed patrol, assault missions in rivers, harbors, and protected coastal areas within all maritime theaters and at all levels of conflict. NSW Forces require a craft capable of performing in such hostile environments and conditions. The CDSP requires that the 25 ft. Guardian Boat be identical to those currently in the fleet, thus maintaining the established configuration. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals; however, the Government will consider all responses received to this notice. No contract will be awarded on the basis of offers received in response to this notice.  All inquiries and concerns must be addressed to the Contract Specialist, Mr. Stephen Winkler at stephen.winkler@navy.mil.  Responses to this notice must be submitted by 24 February 2016.  A determination not to compete this requirement is within the discretion of the Government.  Any response to this notice must show clear and convincing evidence that competition would be advantageous to the Government in a future competition.  
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