The Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center in Portland, Oregon has a requirement for Furniture to be utilized in a Behavioral Health Environment. This is a brand name or equal to procurement for "STANCE HEALTHCARE LEGEND AND CASSIA PRODUCTS" and will be awarded through a firm fixed price contract. Solicitation VA260-16-Q-0939 will be posted to FBO 09/06/2016. Any firm that believes it can meet these requirements may give written notification to the Contracting Officer within the time frame listed on the solicitation. Supporting evidence must be furnished in sufficient detail to demonstrate the ability to comply with the requirements in the solicitation. The North America Industry Classification System Code (NAICS) is 337127. Contracting Office Address: Department of Veterans Affairs Network Contracting Office 20 1495 Wilmington Drive Suite 360 DuPont, WA 98327 Point of Contact(s): Laura Davis, email@example.com
This is a combined synopsis and solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice and using procedures in FAR Subpart 13. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This procurement is being issued as 100% small business set-aside. This combined synopsis/solicitation incorporates provisions and clauses in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-91 effective 20160930 and DFARS Change Notice 20160923. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 484210 and the size standard is $27,500,000.00 REQUIREMENT: The Air Force has a requirement for a small business Blanket Purchase Agreement to disassemble, move and reassemble furniture throughout the Defense Language Institute Campus at JBSA Lackland 78236. Vendors must be local (within 60 miles of San Antonio). Vendor must fill out the prices for services according to the list attached. PoP for BPA is 24 Oct 16 - 30 Sep 18 The vendor shall respond to this RFQ in via email to: Kenneth Drake at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 24 October 2016 at 9 am, San Antonio, Texas Local time (or sooner if possible) in order to be considered timely. Any quote, amendment, revision, or withdrawal of a quote received after the exact time specified above shall be determined as late and will not be considered unless received before award is made, the Contracting Officer determines that accepting the late quote would not unduly delay the acquisition, and it was the only quote received. Please provide prices for the line items per the attachment. Please provide the information below: FOB Destination Payment Terms Company Name: DUNS # Cage Code: POC: Telephone # E-Mail Address: Special Notes and Instructions: •1. Basis for Award. 502d CONS/JBKAB will issue a Blanket Purchase Agreement to the vendor who are determined to offer the best value to the Government. Best Value Determination. Best Pricing •2. Discussions. The government intends to award a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) without discussions with respective vendors/quoters. The government however, reserves the right to conduct discussions if deemed in its best interest. •3. Mandatory Registrations. To be eligible for BPA, registration with the System for Award Management (SAM) must be current (legacy for On-line Registration and Certifications Application (ORCA) and Central Contractor Registration (CCR) registrations). To register or update former CCR and Reps & Certs that are not current go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/ and provide mandatory information. •4. Site Maintenance: Work areas shall be maintained in a neat, clean, safe condition and all trash, debris, and garbage, which the contractor generates, shall be removed from the premises upon completion and delivery, or daily if the completion/delivery will be completed in more than one day. •5. Completion of Work: The Contractor shall ensure that work for this project is performed in accordance with the criteria herein, and that all items/products in the description shall be fully operational at the completion of work for this project. All surfaces shall be cleaned, and floors shall be swept and/or mopped. •6. The following FAR/DFARS provisions and clauses are applicable to this solicitation: (For full text references, go to www.arnet.gov or http://farsite.hill.af.mil.) 52.204-7 System for Award Management 52.204-10 Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards 52.204-13 System for Award Management Maintenance 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items 52.212-2 Evaluation - Commercial Items 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications -- Commercial Items 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions -- Commercial Items 52.212-5 (Dev) Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (Full Text) 52.219-6 Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside 52.222-3 Convict Labor 52.222-19 Child Labor-Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies. 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities. 52.222-22 Previous Contracts and Compliance Reports 52.222-25 Affirmative Action Compliance 52.222-36 Equal Opportunity for Workers With Disabilities 52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons 52.223-18 Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging While Driving 52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer - System for Award Management 52.232-39 Unenforceability of Unauthorized Obligation 52.233-1 Disputes 52.233-3 Protest After Award 52.233-4 Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim 52.247-34 F.O.B. Destination 52.252-1 Solicitation Provisions Incorporated By Reference 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference 52.252-5 Authorized Deviations in Provisions (Full Text) 52.252-6 Authorized Deviations in Clauses (Full Text) 252.203-7000 Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials 252.203-7002 Requirement to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights 252.203-7005 Representation Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials 252.204-7003 Control of Government Personnel Work Product 252.204-7004 System For Award Management (ALT A) 252.209-7998 Representation Regarding Conviction of a Felony Criminal Violation under any Federal or State Law Class Deviation 2012-O0007) 252.209-7999 Representation by Corporations Regarding an Unpaid Delinquent Tax Liability or a Felony Conviction under any Federal Law (Class Deviation 2012-O0004) 252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports. 252.232-7010 Levies on Contract Payments 252.232-7006 Wide Area Work Flow Payment Instructions (Full Text)
409th Theater Contracting Center-Kaiserslautern, intends to issue a Request For Proposals (RFP) for Drayage of Government Owned Appliances and Furniture - Theater Wide. The contract will be for a one year base, plus four one year option periods. All responsible and responsive businesses may submit an offer for consideration. A firmfixed price indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract will be awarded. The RFP will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website at http://www.fbo.gov no later than 31 October 2016. All amendments to the solicitation will be likewise posted on this website. Contractors are cautioned to check the website periodically for amendments. Solicitation mailing list will not be compiled and the RFP and amendments will not be sent out in paper copy. All documentation can and must be downloaded from the website above. All contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM at www.sam.gov) to be eligible for award of a contract. Faxed offers or amendments will not be accepted.
This synopsis is for informational purposes only. This is not a request for quote and no solicitation exists. The Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC), Fort Drum, NY is seeking multiple small businesses willing to enter into a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for services under North American Industry Classification System Code (NAICS) 484210: Used Household and Office Goods Moving. The small business size standard for this industry is $25.5 million. Services would include but not be limited to the following: disassembling, moving and reassembling old furniture; and moving and installing new furniture. Moves will be from one Fort Drum building to another Fort Drum building, none will involve shipping or transporting items off the installation. Some calls may require assisting the customer with layout planning. Generally most calls placed will be under $10,000; however, there may be some requirements that exceed $10,000. Interested vendors must be able to accept the government purchase card and use Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). The place of performance will be on Fort Drum, NY; the exact building(s) will not be known until a requirement is identified. When establishing these BPAs the Government will consider vendors whose past performance indicates quality service and dependability. Sources with which BPAs have been established are not obligated to quote for all requirements. The BPA will be reviewed annually and may be in effect for up to five years. As prescribed in DFARS 252.204-7004 Alt A, interested parties must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM). This can be done by accessing the Internet at (www.sam.gov). Any interested party may inquire with the following Contract Specialist via email: email@example.com. Any correspondence relating to this synopsis should have quote mark Office Move BPA quote mark notated in the subject field.
The NSA Naples Housing Department owns and maintains household furniture and appliances which are used by Navy and U.S. Government personnel residing throughout Southern Italy. This requirement is for logistics support associated with the inventorying and storage of the furniture and appliances at a Government-leased warehouse in Teverola, Italy; for the pick-up and delivery of the furniture and appliances to/from the warehouse; and for the repair/replacement of the appliances for the personnel residing in housing units and in the local community dispersed over a 500 km radius from Teverola, Italy.
Contract Support: Renovation of the 2nd and 3rd floors at the Headquarters Supreme Allied Command Transformation located in building NH-31, Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA. HQ SACT is seeking contract support for the renovation of HQ SACT 2nd and 3rd floor. Renovations will include, but are not limited to, replacement of carpet and furniture, repainting of walls as well as additional design features to include two glass walls. Approximate area of renovation is 73K square feet.
The Government is soliciting a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a lease contract for 15-20 temporary housing units that have a variety of 1 (one), 2 (two), and (3) three bedrooms furnished apartments for a term of 11 months near Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Apartment facilities shall be within a 3-mile radius of the North Gate to Fort Sam Houston, TX on Harry Wurzbach Road. Facilities must have individually locked bedroom doors and provide a fully-service lease that includes in one monthly payment: Rent, parking (one spot per bedroom), furniture, housewares, utilities, cable, phone, high-speed internet and a Cleaning Service (cleaning service may or may not be requested). Furniture and housewares should include (but are not limited to), living room furniture (sofa, chair, table, lamp, television), Dining table and chairs, Kitchen (plates, glassware, cookware, kitchen tools, bowls, towels, small appliances, stove, microwave), bedroom furniture (bed, frame, mattress, dresser, minor, nightstand, lamp, linens, pillows), bathroom (towels, shower curtain, floor mats), washer, dryer, and some cleaning supplies. Closing date for proposals is November 10, 2016. A sample lease is attached that will be used for any lease to be awarded from this posting. Please also fill out and return the rental proposal form with any offers that are sent. Prospective offerors are encouraged to register their interest in the solicitation on the FedBizOps website so that they are notified of the issuance of the solicitation and any amendments. The NAICS Code is 531311 Residential Property Managers. Interested offerors MUST be registered in SAM. To register in SAM go to: https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. You will need your DUNS number to register. Instructions for registering are on the web page. This solicitation is not a competitive bid and there will not be a formal public bid opening. All inquiries must be in writing, preferable via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. If you have any questions concerning this procurement you must submit your question in writing by Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Synopsis of Standing Solicitation SPE2DH-16-R-0002Solicitation SPE2DH-16-R-0002 is a Request for Proposal (RFP) from which the Government will contemplate awards of contracts for Medical Equipment items as described below. This is the follow-on solicitation to our current standing solicitation, SPM2DH-11-R-0011, which closes on August 15, 2016. DLA Troop Support, in an effort to improve medical supply support to our customers, developed the Electronic Catalog (ECAT) System. The ECAT System allows DLA Troop Support customers (CONUS AND OCONUS) to review and compare contractor electronic catalogs with the ultimate goal of placing on-line orders to the contractor of their choice. Customers are currently using the ECAT System to order medical equipment and related supplies. The objective of this solicitation is to establish new and follow-on Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity type contracts in accordance with the ECAT multi-award program complying with FAR Part 16. Subsequent orders will be placed consistent with FAR 8.4. The solicitation will be a standing solicitation, which will remain in effect for 5 years from the solicitation issue date. Awards will be made to all offerors determined responsible, who take no exceptions to the terms and conditions of the solicitation, and whose prices can be determined fair and reasonable. This solicitation will result in multiple long term contracts, each with a base term of 5 years. DLA Troop Support will be awarding each contract under the Medical Equipment ECAT Program and will also retain all contract administration. We are soliciting for Medical Equipment, maintenance of Medical Equipment (with or without the equipment), and/or spare parts of Medical Equipment (with or without the equipment). Medical Equipment is defined as commercial medical equipment used by medical professionals, technicians and laboratory personnel to perform a treatment, test or operation, or to provide medical care for a patient. The following may be provided along with the medical equipment items: training, repair parts, maintenance of the item(s) and routine installation, when applicable. The equipment includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1. Hospital Supply Division Equipmenta. Examination tables/surgical tablesb. Hospital beds/chairs/stretchersc. Laboratory analyzersd. Repair parts for medical equipmente. Littersf. Sterilizersg. Medical refrigerators and other medical storage systemsh. Ophthalmic equipmenti. Dental equipmentj. Medical simulation equipment 2. Capital Equipment Division Equipmenta. Pulse oximetersb. Aspiratorsc. Infusion pumpsd. Suction apparatuse. Resuscitatorsf. Medical lasersg. Dental X-Ray systems (Digital), including Cone Beam systemsh. Pharmacy Automation and Point Of Use systemsi. Robotic surgery systems Under this solicitation the following items are excluded: 1. All Radiology and Imaging systems including, but not limited to, fixed DR X-ray, portable DR X-Ray, mobile X-Ray, Radiographic X-Ray, Radiographic/Fluoroscopic X-Ray (RF), Digital RF, Computed Radiography (CR), C-Arms, Special Procedures Room (enhanced RF), Angiography, Cardiac Cath Labs, Computed Tomography (CT), Positron Emission Tomography (PET)-CT, Magnetic Resonance (MR), MR-PET, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Urological X-Ray, Workstations, Radiology Glassware, Magnetoencephalography (MEG), Cyclotrons and Mammography.2. Radiation Oncology (Radiation Therapy), Lithotriptor systems, Radiology PACS including PACS software, equipment and maintenance of Radiology PACS, Patient Monitoring, Defibrillators, Ventilators, Anesthesia apparatus, and Electrocardiographs.3. Furniture items excluded from this solicitation include, but are not limited to: Patient hospital room furniture, modular furniture systems, nurse's stations, credenzas, hutches, night tables, armoires, etc. NOTE TO CONTRACTORS WITH EXISTING CONTRACTS UNDER SPM2DH-11-R-0011: In an effort to avoid a gap in contract coverage, current contractors should generally submit a "new offer" as early as 9 months prior to the expiration of their existing contract. The Government has the right to award a "new offer" contract before, at time of expiration, or after the expiration of the contractor's existing contract. The standing solicitation will be available via download from the DLA Internet Bid Board System (DIBBS) at https://www.dibbs.bsm.dla.mil/ on or before August 16, 2016.
Custodial Services for Navy Medical/Dental Clinics, Various Locations, Oahu, Hawaii The work includes, but is not limited to, providing custodial services to ensure facilities are clean and sightly. The Contractor shall perform service at various frequencies which include daily services to Exam Rooms, Treatment Rooms, Immunizations, And Consultative Rooms and other clinic locations where patients are seen, checked, treated, consulted, or cared for. Work includes daily damp wiping with disinfectant (wet rag with disinfectant, not plain water), trash collection (daily, more frequent (i.e., every 4 hours) in high volume areas as requested by staff), bathrooms, mopping, water fountains, hallways, laboratory, processing rooms, linen rooms, dental examination areas, procedure suites (medical, gynecology, oral surgery, treatment rooms), patient check-in reception areas/nurses station, patient waiting rooms, office or administrative areas, supply rooms, staff lounge rooms, play room areas, kitchen, elevators, medical records/x-ray records rooms, housekeeping closets and storage rooms, materials management loading docks. Work also includes cleaning furniture, exterior signs/plaques, stairwells, walkway foyers, artificial plants, conference rooms, lunch/break rooms, light fixtures, sinks, ceilings, high dusting, etc. The work also includes low and high area cleaning, interior and exterior windows, window blinds, entrance cleaning, drinking fountains, floor care, Building Perimeter Services, etc. The Contractor shall develop and submit an Annual Work Schedule and Monthly Work Plan for custodial services. The schedule shall clearly indicate the day of performance of each service for each building. The Contractor shall return furniture and other items moved during performance to their original positions. The Contractor shall collect all recyclable material from desk-side recycling containers and/or interior collection points. The Contractor shall respond and complete requests for minor cleaning tasks between scheduled service intervals to ensure spaces and surfaces are clean. Typical unscheduled services include clean-up of overflowed restroom fixtures, spills, bodily fluids, muddy or wet entrances, broken glass, carpet spot cleaning and other similar items. Procurement Method: Contracting by Negotiation. The NAICS Code for this procurement is 561720 and the annual size standard is $18,000,000.00. The contract term will be a base period of one year plus four option years. The total term of the contract, including all options, will not exceed 60 months. The Government will not synopsize the options when exercised. IDIQ work will be issued via the DOD EMALL, a web-based ordering system, using Government purchase cards. This contract will replace a contract for similar services awarded in 2013 for $1,167,637.68. Information about the current contract and the incumbent contractor (e.g., value of last option exercised, firm name, address, etc.) will be included in the solicitation package. Requests under the Freedom of Information Act are not required for this information. Offerors can view and/or download the solicitation, and any attachments, at https://www.neco.navy.mil/ when it becomes available. All interested offerors shall register at the website. No notice of solicitation activity will be provided to interested offerors. Based on market research, there is a reasonable expectation that offers would be obtained from at least two responsible 8(a) concerns. Since the requirement is currently in the 8(a) program, the solicitation will be issued as an 8(a) competitive set-aside. The NAVFAC Hawaii small business office concurs with the set-aside determination. The solicitation utilizes source selection procedures which require offerors to submit a technical proposal, past performance and experience information, and a price proposal for evaluation by the Government. Proposal receipt date is approximate.
THIS IS A PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE ONLY THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The General Services Administration (GSA) hereby notifies of the intent to issue a Requirement for Design/Build contract for the Lower Level and Conference Center at the Mary E. Switzer Building, Washington, DC. The scope will include design, construction, furniture, information technology (IT), and audio-visual (AV) related services and installations in the Lower Level and 1st floor 1300 wing of the Switzer Building. Project Summary: The intent of this requirement is to convert storage space into office space and consolidate an operating division of Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) into the Lower Level of the Switzer Building, convert office space into a Conference Center that is capable of accommodating up to 200 attendees, and build-out the historic east lobby to accommodate Conference Center attendees. The Switzer Building is located at 330 C Street, SW, Washington, DC. The building comprises eight stories, which is inclusive of a full basement, and a total of 594,152 gross square feet. Approximately 44,000 USF will be affected by this project. Work required to construct the first floor Conference Center and to consolidate OHR into the Lower Level includes, but is not limited to: A. Conference Center: i. Selective demolition of historic elements, partitions, doors and hardware, ceilings, flooring, and building systems; ii. Sustainment of utilities, building services, and building systems affecting and serving adjacent occupied spaces; iii. Construction of temporary protection needed to allow the unrestricted safe use of the occupied portions of the building, including protection from noise, fumes, odors, dust, and other irritants; iv. Removal of two existing structural columns within the space and all necessary modifications to the building related to the column removal, including the installation of new columns, beams, and footings within the occupied building; v. Modification of the roof structure and complete replacement of the roof over the conference center and adjacent spaces as required to meet blast resistance standards; vi. Construction of interior partitions; doors, frames, and hardware; and finishes (carpet, resilient flooring, paint, ceiling grid and tiles, special finishes, millwork, other specialties, operable partitions, etc.); vii. Construction of a custom security guard desk, barrier turnstiles, and other security-related features in the historic east lobby; viii. Construction of ADA/ABBAS-compliant restrooms; ix. Alterations to building infrastructure and systems (electrical, IT, security, mechanical, fire protection and life safety, etc. as needed to convert the space from office use to assembly); x. Construction of new HVAC, plumbing, electrical power, lighting, and controls; xi. Provision of a complete and fully integrated audio-visual system; xii. Provision of a complete telecommunications / IT cable infrastructure (raceway, cabling, jacks, racks, patch panels, patch cables, wire management, termination, labelling, testing and certification, etc.); xiii. Provision of a physical and electronic security system, including CCTV cameras, access control systems, and full integration into existing building security systems; xiv. Provision of all FF&E so as to provide a “turn-key” finished space immediately usable by the tenants. xv. All coordination of the above with other Government consultants, contractors, and vendors as needed to prepare the space for occupancy and use. B. Lower Level: i. Selective demolition of historic elements, partitions, doors and hardware, ceilings, flooring, bathrooms, building systems and the removal and disposal of excess materials stored in the Lower Level; ii. Sustainment of utilities and building services affecting and serving adjacent occupied spaces; iii. Construction and furnishing of swing space needed to accommodate building occupants temporarily displaced by construction activities; iv. Construction of temporary protection needed to allow the unrestricted safe use of the occupied portions of the building, including protection from noise, fumes, odors, dust, and other irritants; v. Exterior alterations to allow for additional natural light in the Lower Level, entailing the construction of an exterior moat / areaway on the south side of the building to match existing adjacent moats / areaways and the addition of new blast-resistant exterior windows for the Lower Level; vi. Construction of new perimeter security camera mounting poles and the migration of the CCTV security cameras from the building façade to the new poles, followed by the repair of the building façade at the camera mounting locations; vii. Construction of interior partitions; doors, frames, and hardware; and finishes (carpet, resilient flooring, paint, ceiling grid and tiles, special finishes, millwork, other specialties, operable partitions, etc.); viii. Construction of ADA/ABBAS-compliant restrooms; ix. Alterations to building infrastructure and systems (electrical, IT, security, mechanical, fire protection and life safety, etc.). Much of the Lower Level is configured as storage space. Conversion to office space as a result of this project will entail significant alterations to the building infrastructure and systems; x. Construction of new HVAC, plumbing, electrical power, lighting, and controls; xi. Construction of audio-visual and telecommunications / IT cable infrastructure (raceway, cabling, jacks, racks, patch panels, patch cables, wire management, termination, labelling, testing and certification, etc.); xii. Construction of a physical and electronic security system, including CCTV cameras, access control systems, and full integration into existing building security systems; xiii. Provision of all coordination, infrastructure, and preparation of the space for FF&E (systems furniture, ancillary furniture, demountable partitions, audiovisual equipment, IT equipment, etc.) to be installed by others. Examples of infrastructure include, but are not limited to, provision of electrical power feeds in locations coordinated with the furniture and AV vendors (circuits, outlets, and base feeds), HVAC, blocking and structural supports in locations coordinated with other vendors, and low-voltage cabling, raceway, jacks, base feeds, faceplates, etc. in locations coordinated with the furniture and AV vendors; xiv. All coordination of the above with other Government consultants, contractors, and vendors as needed to prepare the space for occupancy and use. The Switzer Building will remain substantially occupied during construction. All floors are occupied, with the second through seventh floors completely occupied. The Lower Level and first floor are partially occupied and will remain partially occupied throughout the duration of the project. The first floor occupants include a childcare facility immediately adjacent to the site of the conference center as well as operating divisions of HHS. The first floor is also the means of ingress and egress for thebuilding which cannot be restricted. The Lower Level will also remain partially occupied during the project. In addition to office space, the Lower Level includes the building security command center, which is a 24/7 operation; building management and operations space; a fitness center that will remain in operation 24/7 during the initial months of the project; loading dock access, which must remain unimpeded; and mechanical, electrical, and telecom rooms serving the entire building. Lower Level construction will be phased to include temporary swing space for occupants displaced by the conference center construction and an internal move of existing occupants from the west side of the building to the east side. This will require the completion of the new east side space to allow the move, followed by the demolition and construction of the west side space. The fitness center will also remain in operation for part of the project and must remain accessible. Construction of the Lower Level must be phased so as to allow internal moves of occupants within the space. The new building tenants will also have a phased move into the Switzer Building as portions of the Project are completed. The DB contractor must be able to work in a manner that does not disrupt the daily operations of the childcare center, security command center, building operations, and the other building tenants. The DB contractor must also adhere to all Government and building security requirements. All phased work and hours of operation must be closely coordinated with GSA and other Project stakeholders. The Project, the general phasing of which shall be determined by the Government, shall begin immediately after the notice to proceed is issued by the contracting officer, and the contract shall be completed within 510 calendar days from Notice to Proceed. Two-Phase Design/Build Process: The selection procedures will utilize the Best Value Tradeoff process, in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 15 and the Two-Phase Design/Build Procedures in FAR Part 36.3. Stage I, Request for Qualifications (RFQ), shall result in a short list of five offerors who will be invited to participate in Stage II of the procurement. In Stage I, the Government shall identify technical evaluation factors, other than cost or price, that are critical to this procurement and that will serve as the basis for the determination of the short list. Interested offerors will be required to submit their Stage I responses by the due date established in the RFQ. The Government will evaluate all responses in accordance with the criteria established in the RFQ. The Government will then notify each Offeror in writing of whether or not it will be invited to participate in the RFP based on the Stage I information submitted. In Stage II, the Government will issue the RFP to the short-listed offerors from Stage I. The RFP will serve as the basis for the firm-fixed price offers. All offers must be submitted by the date established in the RFP. Based on the Stage I and Stage II submissions, the Government will select the offer that reflects the best value to the Government. The Government reserves the right to make award based upon evaluation of Stage I and Stage II submissions without discussions. This negotiated procurement will be open to both large and small business firms. Any qualified responsible firm, including small, veteran-owned small, service-disabled veteran-owned small, HUBZone small, small disadvantaged, and women-owned small businesses are encouraged to participate as prime contractors, or as members of joint ventures with other small businesses, or as subcontractors. Pursuant to Section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d)) and FAR Subpart 19.702, an offeror that is not a small business concern, offering to perform a contract that has subcontracting possibilities, must submit a subcontracting plan that is acceptable to the Contracting Officer which provides subcontracting opportunities to small businesses, veteran-owned small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, HUBZone small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, and woman-owned small businesses to the maximum extent practicable. Interested firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Firms can register via the Internet site at https://www.sam.gov or by contacting the SAM Service Desk at http://www.fds.gov. Interested firms are required to submit their representations and certifications through the SAM website. Estimated RFQ Issuance: The RFQ will be available on or about October 30, 2016 on the FedBizOps website at www.fbo.gov. Estimated Cost: The estimated cost range is $10-$15 million. Estimated Performance Period: The estimated performance period for the completion of Design/Build is 510 calendar days from notice-to-proceed. NAICS Code: 236220. Offerors will not be reimbursed for proposal submittal expenses.
The solicitation number is FA9301-17-D-0011. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for Packing, Containerization, and local Drayage of Personal Property Shipments, Solicitation Number: FA9301-17-D-0011 prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, in conjunction with FAR 13.5 as applicable, and as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This is a 100% Small Business Set-Aside acquisition under NAICS 488991, and the small business size standard is $27.5M. Offers are due at the Air Force Test Center (AFTC), Directorate of Contracting, 5 South Wolfe Avenue, Edwards AFB, CA 93524, by 5:00 PM, Pacific Standard Time on 21 November 2016. Any questions concerning this synopsis should be submitted to the Contract Specialist, Alexander Dials, by email at email@example.com 661-277-3282 or the Contracting Officer, Leonard Buckless, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 661-277-7583 It is anticipated that a requirements type contract will be awarded for a performance period beginning 1 January 2017 through 31 December 2021. DESCRIPTION: To provide all personnel,equipment, facilities, supplies, services, and materials for the preparation of personal property of military members and civilian employees for movement or drayage and related services. Services include, but are not limited to: (1.) Pre-move survey, servicing of appliances, disassembly of furniture, if required, packaging, inventorying, tagging, wrapping, padding, packing and bracing of household goods in shipping containers at owners residence or at contractors facility. (2.) Drayage from storage warehouses, air and surface transportation terminals, military installation shipping offices and ocean or river terminals/piers to contractors facility, unloading from the delivering carriers vehicle, handling into contractors facility, drayage to owners residence, de-containerization and unpacking of loaded containers of household goods and placing goods in appropriate rooms as directed by owner, un-servicing appliances, assembly of any disassembled articles and removing shipping container, barrels, boxes/crates and debris from owners residence and drayage of empty containers to contractor's or Government facility. REQUIREMENTS: Offerors shall provide pricing for the Contract Line Items (CLINs) on the attached Price Schedule. All prices shall be in accordance with the offeror's pricing and include any and all discounts offered. Award will be made to the lowest priced, technically acceptable based on: (1) Price(2) Other Technical Factors (Pass/Fail) RSMO Certification Certification of Cargo Insurance
DESCRIPTION: ALL INFORMATION NEEDED FOR INTERESTED PARTIES TO SUBMIT A STANDARD FORM (SF) 330, ARCHITECT ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS, IS CONTAINED HEREIN. THERE IS NO SEPARATE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) PACKAGE TO DOWNLOAD. THIS IS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE PROCUREMENT. A market research study was conducted by NAVFAC Southwest that included an assessment of relevant qualifications and capabilities of potentially qualified firms. Upon review of the market research, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in San Diego determined that a Small Business Set-Aside procurement is appropriate. The NAVFAC SW small business office concurs with the SBA determination. Architect-Engineer (A-E) services are required for a firm fixed-price Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Interior Design Services. Projects under this contract will occur at various military installations located in the NAVFAC Southwest (SW) Area of Responsibility (AOR) (California, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah) and the NAVFAC Pacific AOR (Hawaii, Japan, Guam), but may be also available to the NAVFAC (AOR) as approved by the NAVFAC SW Chief of Contracting Office (CCO). Travel will be required to the project sites. The Offeror/Contractor must demonstrate adequate in-house staffing capability to self-perform at least 50 percent of the cost of the contract as required by FAR Clause 52.219-14(b) (1) Limitation on Subcontracting. A-E Design and Engineering Services shall mainly provide for, but not be limited to, INTERIOR DESIGN related services. All A-E services will be in accordance with the scope of this contract, Industry Design Codes and Standards and Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) such as Antiterrorism, Energy and Sustainable Design, Safety and Health Requirements. For this contract, the lead discipline shall be a certified Interior Designer. Acceptable certifications are a National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certification or a state and/or jurisdiction Interior Design Certification, Registration, or License. The number of design task orders per fiscal year may vary and may involve surges of multiple projects with overlapping delivery dates. A-E services required: The work will primarily include preparing Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) for various types of facilities. CID includes Structural Interior Design (SID) and Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF and E) Interior Design. SID includes selection and coordination of interior finish materials that are integral to or attached to the building structure. FF and E interior design includes design, selection, specification, color coordination, and procurement documentation of the required items. SID packages will typically include furniture floor plans, finish schedules, and any supporting interior elevations, details, or plans necessary to communicate the building finish design and build out. FF and E packages will typically include placement plans, ordering and finish information on all freestanding furnishings and accessories, cost estimates, and best value determinations. Additional services may include the following: preparation of the interior design portion of a design-build Request for Proposal (RFP) package, including developing the FF and E requirements and budget for the project; verification of equipment and finishes during building construction; consultation during FF and E procurement, delivery, and installation; supervision of furniture assembly and placement; developing standards for FF and E for a program or group of projects; and other related consultation. Preparation of all interior design deliverables shall be in accordance with UFC 3-120-10, Interior Design. FF and E specifications shall be based on Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA), General Services Administration (GSA) schedules, and other Federal contracts. The types of buildings/facilities may include, but are not limited to, administration buildings, academic facilities, maintenance facilities, hangars, industrial/warehouse, bachelor enlisted/officer quarters, recreational facilities, dining facilities, medical facilities, laboratories, and consolidated clubs. The maximum contract value may not exceed $5,000,000 aggregate total. The minimum guarantee for the contract is $5,000. The minimum guarantee for the entire contract term (including option years) will be satisfied by the award of the initial task order. The minimum value of individual task orders executed under this contract is $5,000. The maximum value of individual task orders executed under this contract is $400,000. There will be no dollar limit per year. Multiple task orders may be awarded with similar completion schedules and overlapping delivery dates. Contract term is for a one-year base period with four option periods. Each performance period will run 365 (366 for leap year) calendar days. The hourly rates will be negotiated for each performance period. The Government may exercise the option period unilaterally. Per NFAS 17.208-100(c) (1), options for post-award services may be negotiated on individual task orders for unilateral exercise. The estimated start date is December 2016. The NAICS Code for this procurement is 541410 (Interior Design Services) and the annual small business size standard is $7.5 Million. The Government makes no representation as to the number of task orders or the actual amount of work to be ordered. The contractor is not guaranteed work in excess of the minimum guarantee. Firms that provided Architect-Engineer services for a task order issued under the resulting contract are prohibited from participating on the subsequent construction contract. This limitation also applies to subsidiaries/affiliates of the firm. Firms or personnel shall not be affiliated with any furniture dealership, vendor, or manufacturer. SELECTION CRITERIA AND SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: Selection of Architects and Engineers, formerly the Brooks Act (PL 92-582) and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Part 36.6 selection procedures apply. The evaluation and selection will be based on the following criteria: Criterion 1, Professional Qualifications; Criterion 2, Specialized Experience and Technical Competence; Criterion 3, Capacity; Criterion 4, Past Performance; Criterion 5, Location and Knowledge of the Locality; Criterion 6, Quality Control; and Criterion 7, Volume of Work. Submitted SF330s (Architect-Engineer Qualifications) and related information will be evaluated to determine the most highly qualified firm based on criteria responses. Criteria 1 and 2 are considered most important and of equal importance to each other; Criteria 3, 4, 5, and 6 are of lesser importance and listed in descending order of importance; and Criterion 7 is of lesser importance and will be used as a tiebreaker among firms considered technically equal. Evaluation of past performance and experience may include information provided by the firm, customer inquiries, Government databases, and publicly available sources. Failure to provide requested data, accessible points of contact, or valid phone numbers may result in a firm being considered less favorably in the evaluation. In evaluating an Offeror’s capability, the Government will consider how well the offeror complied with these instructions. All projects provided in the SF330 (Architect-Engineer Qualifications) shall have been completed by the office/branch/individual team member actually performing the work under this contract. Projects not performed by the office/branch/individual team member will be excluded from evaluation consideration. Submission Requirements: The SF330, Part 1 submission is limited to thirty (30), 8.5”x11” pages (see definition). Information submitted beyond the stated page limitation, unless otherwise excepted, will not be considered in the evaluation. Submit one (1) original and three (3) copies of SF330 (Parts 1 and 2), addressing the selection criteria information below. Requested items not counted as part of the 30-page limitation are as noted herein. Also submit one electronic copy of the complete SF330 on CD (Adobe Acrobat .PDF format, compiled into one file). SF330, Part 1, Sections B and C: In Block 5, in addition to the name of the firm, provide the firm’s Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Information Services. In Block 9, in addition to the name of the firm, provide the DUNS number of each proposed team member. SF330, Part 1, Section D: Organization Chart: In addition to requirements stated in the SF330 Instructions, identify on the submitted organization chart the relationships and lines of authority of the proposed team members, including key subcontractors, including the following: Name Firm employed with Job Title/Role Licensure, certification, and or accreditation Permanent geographic location of individual Note: All individuals listed on the organization chart are not required to have a resume in Section E, such as administrative positions. This chart shall not be counted as part of the 30-page limitation. This chart must be affixed to the submittal to avoid separation in handling. SF330, Part 1, Section E, Resumes of Key Personnel, CRITERION 1, PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: The evaluation will consider the professional qualifications of proposed key personnel (see definition at end of notice) in providing relevant A-E interior design services for facility types identified for this contract. Include the geographic office location of the individual on the resume. The designated Program Manager (see definition) shall be a certified Interior Designer with a minimum of five years of relevant experience, and be on staff of the prime A-E firm. . In addition to the Program Manager, key personnel shall include a minimum of two interior designers on the proposed team; at least one shall be certified Interior Designer. Acceptable certifications are a National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certification or a state and/or jurisdiction Interior Design Certification, Registration, or License. Key personnel experience in performing CID for NAVFAC projects may be considered more favorably. Key personnel shall be proficient in the latest versions of AutoCAD and/or Revit. Key personnel shall not be affiliated with any furniture dealership, vendor, or manufacturer. Key personnel with accreditation as a LEED Accredited Professional in Interior Design + Construction (LEED AP ID+C) may receive more consideration in the evaluation. Submission Requirements: Provide brief resumes for the proposed Program Manager and the key personnel who will specifically perform the relevant interior design services for facility types identified for this contract. Non-relevant information will not be considered. Resumes of personnel performing other than interior design are not required and will not be considered. For each individual, indicate highest level of education achieved, number of years engaged in the discipline, and applicable certification/registration/license. Submit a copy of the applicable current certificate (i.e. NCIDQ or LEED AP ID+C). Certificate copies will not be counted in the 30-page limitation. Each resume shall include a maximum of five (5) specific recently completed projects that best demonstrate the individual’s qualifications in performing the specific interior design services listed for this contract (i.e. CID, SID, FF and E, design-build requirements, supervision of installation, etc.). Submit only projects in which the individual performed a significant role. Provide the month and year of completion of professional services for each project. Submit a brief description of the project within SF330, Section E, Block 19. For each project describe: 1) Facility type; 2) Role and responsibilities of the key personnel; and 3) specific interior design services performed by the individual that are relevant to the A-E services required by this contract. Identifying only the individual’s job title will not provide sufficient information to determine their specific experience as it relates to services to be performed under this contract. Projects not meeting these requirements will not be considered. For submittal purposes, a task order on an IDIQ contract is considered a project (see definitions), as is a stand-alone contract award. Do not list an IDIQ contract as an example of a completed project. Instead, list relevant completed task orders or stand-alone contract awards. Examples of project work submitted that do not conform to this requirement will not be evaluated. For purposes of this evaluation, “recent” is defined as professional services completed after November 23 2009 and complete as of the SF330 due date. “Completion” is defined as the date that the final interior design services were completed. Projects not meeting these requirements will not be considered to demonstrate recent experience. SF330, Part 1, Section F, Example Projects, CRITERION 2, SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE: The evaluation will consider specialized experience and technical competence of the proposed team relative to interior design services for facility types identified for this contract. Projects completed by the prime A-E firm identified in Part I may be given more consideration in the evaluation process than projects of proposed subcontractors. Firms that demonstrate relevant NAVFAC experience in preparation of Comprehensive Interior Design (CID), including Structural Interior Design (SID) and Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF and E) packages. Submission Requirements: For the proposed team, submit a maximum of ten (10) recently completed projects (see definitions) that best demonstrate the overall team experience in performing the A-E services for project types identified for this contract. Provide the month and year of completion of professional services for each project. Projects shall have been performed by the office(s)/branch(es) identified in SF330, Part 1, Section C. To enable verification, firms should include the DUNS number along with each firm named in the SF330 Part I, Section F, Block 25. If the project is a Department of Defense/Government contract, include the complete contract number, including the task order number if applicable. In SF330, Part 1, Section F, Block 24, submit a description of the project, including: 1) Type of project and its relevance to the scope of this contract; 2) Specific interior design services performed by the firm (i.e. CID, SID, FF and E, design-build requirements, supervision of installation, etc.); 3) Relevant sustainable features (see definition) incorporated in the project (if none or if not applicable to the project, affirmatively state so); and 4) A-E fee for the interior design portion of the project. Firms with multiple offices shall indicate which office(s)/branch(es) performed the A-E services. Each project may include an additional page with photograph(s) of the project interior design; the photograph pages will not count in the 30-page limitation. For submittal purposes, a task order on an IDIQ contract is considered a project (see definitions), as is a stand-alone contract award. Do not list an IDIQ contract as an example of a completed project. Instead, list relevant completed task orders or stand-alone contract awards. Examples of project work submitted that do not conform to this requirement will not be evaluated. For purposes of this evaluation, “recent” is defined as professional services completed after September 2009 and complete as of the SF330 due date. “Completion” is defined as the date that the final interior design services were completed. Projects not meeting these requirements will not be considered to demonstrate recent experience. If the proposed team is a joint venture (JV), submit information for relevant projects completed by the JV entity. If the JV does not have shared experience, projects may be submitted for each of the JV partners. In any case, do not exceed the ten (10) project limitation. In cases where the submitted project was performed by a JV, but all JV partners for that project are not on the team identified in Part I, Section C, specifically describe the relevant work performed by the JV partner(s) proposed for this contract. In all cases, clearly describe the specific relevant interior design work self-performed by the proposing firm and the firm’s roles and responsibilities on the project; do not include work that is not attributable to the proposing firm. If the project description does not clearly delineate the work performed by the entity/entities teaming on this contract, the project may not be considered. SF330, Part 1, Section G, Key Personnel Participation in Example Projects: Submit in accordance with the SF330 Instructions. From the total projects listed in Section F, provide a maximum of ten (10) projects. SF330, Part 1, Section H; Additional Information requested by Agency: Address the remaining Criteria 3 through 7; additional sheets may be used up to the 30 page limitation for Part 1, if required. See submission requirements. Clearly identify the Criterion number and title. CRITERION 3, CAPACITY: The evaluation will consider the Offeror’s capacity to accomplish the work in the required time and the capability to self-perform at least 50% of the contract value with in-house staffing. Submission Requirements: Submit a narrative that demonstrates the firm’s capacity to accomplish work in the required time frames, addressing the following: 1) Present workload and capability to integrate work under this contract with other work; 2) Methodology the prime A-E firm will use to execute a minimum of 50% of the contract value with in-house personnel; 3) Capacity to accomplish multiple task orders simultaneously with overlapping dates; 4) Ability of the firm to provide qualified backup staffing for key personnel to ensure continuity of service; and 5) Strategy to meet surges in unexpected workload demand. CRITERION 4, PAST PERFORMANCE: The evaluation will consider the Offeror’s past performance on relevant Government and/or commercial projects regarding quality of work, cost control, compliance with performance schedules, and customer satisfaction, with emphasis on example projects presented in Section F. The evaluation will be based on past performance assessments and other available past performance information. Points of contact provided in the proposal may be contacted. Where there is no record of past performance, the proposal will be evaluated neither favorably nor unfavorably. Superior performance ratings on relevant projects may be considered more favorably in the evaluation. Submission Requirements: For projects provided as experience in Section F, list and provide copies of any applicable design awards received (copies are not counted in the 30-page limitation). Clearly indicate to which Section F project the award applies; otherwise the information may not be considered. Submit an A-E Contractor Appraisal Support System (ACASS), Contractor Performance Assessment Report System (CPARS), or a Past Performance Questionnaire (PPQ) evaluation for each project submitted under Criterion 2. If a completed ACASS/CPARS evaluation is available, it shall be submitted with the completed SF330 package. If there is not a completed ACASS/CPARS evaluation, the PPQ included with this notice is provided for the Offeror or its team members to submit to the client for each project. If a PPQ is submitted, but an official ACASS/CPARS evaluation is found for that project in government databases, the official evaluation will take precedence. If an ACASS/CPARS evaluation is not available, ensure correct phone numbers and email addresses are provided for the client point of contact. Completed PPQs should be submitted with your SF330. If the A-E is unable to obtain a completed PPQ from a client for a project before the response date set forth in this notice, the A-E should complete and submit with their response the first page of the PPQ (Attachment #1), including contract and client information for the respective projects. A-Es should follow-up with clients/references to ensure timely submittal of questionnaires. If the client requests, questionnaires may be submitted directly to the Governments point of contact, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, Code RAQ20.EP, Attn: Elliott Penetrante, via email at email@example.com, prior to the response date. A-Es shall not incorporate by reference into their response ACASS/CPARS or PPQ evaluations previously submitted in response to other A-E services procurements. However, this does not preclude the Government from utilizing previously submitted PPQ information in the past performance evaluation. Submitted ACASS/CPARS and PPQ evaluations will not be counted as part of the 30 page limitation and shall be attached to the SF330, behind the SF330 Part II document(s). CRITERION 5, LOCATION AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE LOCALITY: The evaluation will consider the team’s location, demonstrated knowledge of and project experience within the geographic areas where projects are anticipated for this contract. Due to the extensive coordination required with NAVFAC SW staff, prime A-E firms with a local office within 90 miles of NAVFAC SW headquarters in San Diego may be considered more favorably in the evaluation. Submission Requirements: Submit a narrative that demonstrates the team’s knowledge of and project experience within the geographic locations for anticipated projects on this contract. The narrative shall address the following: 1) Location of the prime A-E’s main office and any branch offices and subcontractor offices that will be utilized for this contract; 2) Description of the team’s knowledge of, and project experience within, the targeted geographic areas; and 3) Description of team’s availability and ability to ensure timely response to requests for onsite support at Government installations throughout the NAVFAC PAC and SW AORs. CRITERION 6, QUALITY CONTROL: The evaluation will consider the Offeror’s Design Quality Control (DQC) program for ensuring technical accuracy and coordination of the A-E services. Firms that demonstrate a QC process that will minimize the government’s quality assurance (QA) effort in reviewing the A-E’s work product may be considered more favorably in the evaluation. Submission Requirements: Submit a narrative that describes the DQC program that the prime A-E firm uses to ensure technical integrity and accuracy of provided services. Identify the key personnel responsible for quality control. The narrative shall address the following: 1) The QC program used by the prime A-E firm to ensure technical accuracy, effective coordination, and consistency of the A-E’s work product across the team (including subcontractors); 2) Process used for checking documents for coordination errors, omissions, conflicts, and discrepancies in the design/report documents; tracking changes and incorporating review comments; and 3) If multiple offices (prime and subcontractor) are included on the team, identify the office responsible for managing and coordinating the QC program and discuss the prime A-E’s methodology to ensure effective QC and communication between offices. CRITERION 7, VOLUME OF WORK: The evaluation will consider the volume of DoD work awarded to the prime A-E in the past 12 months with the objective of equitably distributing contracts among A-E firms, including minority-owned firms and firms without prior DoD contracts. Submission Requirements: State the dollar amount of work previously awarded to the firm identified in the SF330 as the Prime by DOD in the past 12 months. Joint Ventures (JV) should list awards to the JV entity and separately list awards to each individual JV member for the time period. Do not include work performed as a Subcontractor. SELECTION INTERVIEW REQUIREMENTS: Personal interviews may be scheduled for firms slated as most highly qualified. Firms slated for interviews may be asked to explain or expand on information contained in their SF330 submittal. Elaborate presentations are not desired. Note that joint ventures (JV) slated for interviews will be required to provide a copy of their JV Agreement prior to the interview. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: All information must be included in the submitted SF 330 package (cover letter, attachments, and excess information beyond the 30-page limit, unless otherwise excepted, will not be considered in the evaluation). System for Award Management (SAM) Database: In accordance with FAR 52.204-7, System for Award Management Registration, ensure your firm has an active SAM entity record. SAM is a Federal Government owned and operated free web site that consolidates the capabilities of CCR (Central Contractor Registration), ORCA (Online Representations and Certifications Application), and EPLS (Excluded Parties List System). SAM is the primary Government repository for current and prospective federal awardee information. Please complete your SAM registration for the same name and address identified as the submitting office on your SF330, with its associated CAGE code and DUNS or DUNS+4. Registration instructions and information can be accessed from the SAM home page at: https://www.sam.gov. A-E firms meeting the requirements described in this announcement are invited to submit a completed SF330 package per the submission requirements to the office shown below. The submittal package (original, plus 3 copies and 1 CD) shall be received in this office (NAVFAC Southwest, Attn: Elliott Penetrante, Code RAQ20.EP, 1220 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92132) no later than, 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time on November 22, 2016. Facsimile and emailed SF330 packages will not be accepted. Submittals received after this date and time will not be considered. Read the following information carefully. An Offeror risks the late receipt and rejection of their SF330 package when delivery is delayed until the last few minutes before the deadline. Offerors intending to deliver the SF330 package in-person are cautioned that the NAVFAC Southwest facility is located in downtown San Diego. It is recommended that the Offeror allow for delays driving through downtown San Diego caused by traffic (both freeway and downtown), train/trolley crossings, parking at the pay lots/meters near the facility, and gaining access to a secure Government facility. No parking or offloading of SF330s is available at the Government facility. SF330s shall be delivered to the mailroom in Building 128 and reasonable time shall be allowed for mailroom personnel to receive and time stamp the SF330. The stamp time is determined by the NAVFAC Southwest facility mailroom time stamp device only, not by any other time keeping device that the Offeror may use or own. Immediately upon proposal delivery, the Offeror shall leave the premises of the Government facility. An Offeror that does not leave the premises may be requested to leave or be escorted off the premises. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. ALL INFORMATION NEEDED TO SUBMIT SF330 DOCUMENTS IS CONTAINED HEREIN. NO SOLICITATION PACKAGE, TECHNICAL INFORMATION, OR BIDDER/PLAN HOLDER LIST WILL BE ISSUED. It is the offeror’s responsibility to check the NAVFAC electronic solicitation website NECO (Navy Electronic Commerce Online) at: https://www.neco.navy.mil for any revisions to this announcement or other notices. Plan-holder list is available via the NECO website and an Interested Vendors List is available via the FedBizOpps website, www.fbo.gov, under this solicitation number. Address inquiries via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone: 619-532-2967. *** END OF ANNOUNCEMENT *** DEFINITIONS OF TERMS: SEE ATACHMENT SYNOPSIS DOCUMENT
NIH Exhibit Booth Services at the Society for Neurosciences Annual Meetings HHS-NIH-NIDA-SSSA-NOI-17-012 INTRODUCTIONThis is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. THIS IS A NON-COMPETITIVE (NOTICE OF INTENT) COMBINED SYNOPSIS SOLICITATION TO AWARD A CONTRACT OR PURCHASE ORDER WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME). The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Station Support Contracts and Simplified Acquisitions Branch (SS/SA) on behalf of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) intends to negotiate and award a contract to The Expo Group located at 5931 West Campus Circle Drive, Irving, TX 75063 without providing for full and open competition. The award shall be for exhibit booth support services at the Society for Neurosciences Annual Meetings. REGULATORY & STATUTORY AUTHORITYThis acquisition is for a commercial item or service and is conducted under the authority of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 13-Simplified Acquisition Procedures; FAR Subpart 13.5-Simplified Procedures for Certain Commercial Items; and FAR Part 12-Acquisition of Commercial Items, and IS NOT expected to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-91, dated September 30, 2016. NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODEThe associated NAICS code for this requirement is 561920 with size standard of $11 Million. CONTRACTING WITHOUT PROVIDING FOR FULL OR OPEN COMPETITION (INCLUDING BRAND-NAME) DETERMINATIONThis acquisition is conducted as non-competitive for a commercial item or service and is conducted under the authority of the FAR Subpart 13 and the authority of 41 U.S.C. 1901 and the statutory authority of FAR 13.106-1(b). Pursuant to FAR Subpart 13.106-1(b) the rationale for the brand name justification is based upon the market research conducted as prescribed in FAR Part 10--Market Research. Specifically the results of market research concluded that only The Expo Group is capable of meeting the needs of this requirement because the Society for Neuroscience has selected The Expo Group as the single source contractor for general exhibitor contracting services for its Annual Meetings. This relationship has been in place since 2014 and is expected to continue through the duration of this requirement. Due to this arrangement, the Society for Neuroscience allows no other contractor to perform exhibit support services on-site and therefore no other contractor may provide the services required by the NINDS for this event. Please see the Society for Neuroscience statement about The Expo Group as its sole source contractor the Annual Meeting at http://www.sfn.org/Annual-Meeting/Neuroscience-2016/Exhibits/Exhibitor-Service-Center. DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENT BackgroundThe annual Society for Neuroscience (SFN) exhibit program functions to further the education of scientists working in the field of neuroscience. Eighteen Institutes and Centers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) participate in the SFN Annual Meeting and have consolidated their exhibit outreach program into one large, shared exhibit booth. This shared booth effectively and efficiently creates a "one NIH" message and improves communication and outreach to the research community. Purpose and ObjectivesThe purpose of this acquisition is to provide the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Office of the Director (OD) with exhibition services to satisfy the overall exhibit booth display for the National Institute of Health (NIH) NINDS at the Society for Neurosciences Annual 2016 Meeting. Services shall include exhibit related furnishings, electricity, sign hanging labor, cleaning, and material handling/drayage for the 2500 square foot NIH exhibit space. Project Description Required TasksThe Contractor shall provide exhibit support services for the 2500 square foot NIH exhibit at the Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting 2016. The exhibit shall contain four (4) booth spaces with a 1600 square foot central booth and three side booths: a 600 square foot booth, a 200 square foot booth and a 100 square foot booth. Specifically, the contractor shall perform the following: 1. The Contractor shall furnish the central 1600 square foot booth space of the trans-NIH exhibit with twenty (20) barstools, three (3) round tables, and eight (8) waste baskets. The Contractor shall arrange for the exhibit for the NIH to have an exhibit space that creates an open gathering place on the show floor for professionals to review displayed material. 2. The contractor shall furnish the three side booths with a total of 42 chairs, 21 round tables, 7 wastebaskets, 2 barstools, carpet, padding, and electricity. These quantities reflect the total for all three booths together. 3. The Contractor shall clean the exhibit, inclusive of all four booths, each day by vacuuming or shampooing the carpet and emptying the wastebaskets. 4. The Contractor shall ensure that exhibit demonstration areas are not set on the aisle line of the NIH booths so that space remains to absorb spectators. Should spectators interfere with the normal traffic flow in the aisle or overflow into neighboring exhibits, the Government shall limit or eliminate the presentation. The Government accepts responsibility for the safety (structural, fire, etc.) of its exhibit. 5. The Contractor shall provide and arrange for electricity to the exhibit and labor for sign hanging. 6. The Contractor shall provide material handling/drayage for the exhibit. Material handling shall include receiving Government materials either at the warehouse in advance of the show or on-site during exhibit move in, delivering Government materials to the exhibit upon receipt, removing empty containers for storage during the show, returning empty containers to the exhibit after the show, delivering Government materials back to the loading dock, and loading for outbound shipping. Optional TasksThe Contractor shall provide optional exhibit support services for a 2200 square foot NIH exhibit at the Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting in 2017 and 2018 as follows per FAR Clause 52.217-9: Option to Extend the Term of the Contract: 1. The contractor shall provide twenty-two (22) barstools, thirty (30) chairs, eighteen (18) round tables, and twelve (12) waste baskets. The Contractor shall arrange for the exhibit for the NIH to have an exhibit space that creates an open gathering place on the show floor for professionals to review displayed material. 2. The contractor shall provide carpet and padding for the NIH exhibit. 3. The Contractor shall clean the exhibit each day by vacuuming or shampooing the carpet and emptying the wastebaskets. 4. The Contractor shall ensure that exhibit demonstration areas are not set on the aisle line of the NIH booths so that space remains to absorb spectators. Should spectators interfere with the normal traffic flow in the aisle or overflow into neighboring exhibits, the Government shall limit or eliminate the presentation. The Government accepts responsibility for the safety (structural, fire, etc.) of its exhibit. 5. The Contractor shall provide and arrange for electricity to the exhibit and labor for sign hanging. 6. The Contractor shall provide material handling/drayage for the exhibit. Material handling shall include receiving Government materials either at the warehouse in advance of the show or on-site during exhibit move in, delivering Government materials to the exhibit. The contractor shall also provide options for increased quantity per FAR Clause 52.217-7: Option for Increased Quantity - Separately Priced Line Item for each of the two option periods. Options for increased quantity shall consist of 1) the option to purchase additional exhibit space up to 800 square feet, in increments of 100 square feet and 2) the option to purchase additional furniture by unit. Up to 20 additional tables, 40 additional chairs, 6 additional barstools, and 6 additional waste baskets may be ordered annually via option for increased quantity. Please provide unit prices for support of 100 additional square feet of exhibit space, additional tables, chairs, barstools, and waste baskets for each optional period of performance. Delivery/Period of PerformanceThe base period of performance shall be October 24, 2016 through December 15, 2016. This period of performance includes preparation prior to the conference as well as the services required during and post-conference to meet the needs of this statement of work. This period of performance includes the following:Installation Dates and HoursWednesday, Nov. 9 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Targeted Move-in, Island booths only, 400 square feet and above)Thursday, Nov. 10 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Friday, Nov. 11 (Veteran's Day) 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.Saturday, Nov. 12 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. (Product set-up)Dismantling Dates and HoursWednesday, Nov. 16 5 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.Thursday, Nov. 17 8 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The period of performances for the options to extend the term of the contract shall be as follows: Option Period 1: September 10 2017 through November 30, 2017Option Period 2: September 5, 2018 through November 25, 2018 Place of Performance: The place of performance for the base period of the requirement shall be as follows: San Diego Convention Center111 W. Harbor Dr.San Diego, CA 92101 The place of performance for the option periods shall be at the designated Society for Neurosciences Annual Meeting designated location for the associated year. Contract TypeA firm fixed price purchase order with options for increased quantity and options to extend the term of the contract is anticipated. Invoicing shall be on a NET30 basis and payment shall be made via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). RESPONSE INSTRUCTIONSResponses to this solicitation must include sufficient information to establish the interested parties' bona-fide capabilities of providing the product or service. The price quote shall include: unit price, list price, shipping and handling costs, delivery days after contract award, delivery terms, prompt payment discount terms, F.O.B. Point (Destination or Origin), product or catalog number(s); product description; and any other information or factors that may be considered in the award decision. Such factors may include: past performance; special features required for effective program performance; trade-in considerations; probable life of the item selected as compared with that of a comparable item; warranty considerations; and maintenance availability. PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL EVALUATION CRITERIA ARE SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSED IN ANY RESPONSE(S) SUBMITTED. EVALUATION CRITERIAFAR clause 52.212-2, Evaluation - Commercial Items (October 2014) applies to this acquisition and the specific evaluation criteria to be included in paragraph (a) of that provision are as follows: The Government will award a purchase order resulting from this solicitation on the basis of best value in consideration of both technical factors and price. Technical factors are as follows, in order of importance: 1. Technical Approach:The contractor shall discuss in a technical proposal how it shall meet the project requirements. This shall include information regarding the offeror's agreement with the conference site to serve as the sole exhibit booth support provider. 2. Past Performance:The Contractor shall provide a list of two (2) contracts or purchase orders completed during the past five (5) years, similar in size and scope to the requirements outlined in this Statement of Work. Experience shall include the following information for each contract or purchase order listed: a) Name of Contracting Organizationb) Total Contract Valuec) Description of Requirementd) Contract Period of Performance Past Performance shall be evaluated for relevance to the current requirement. Contractor responses shall be evaluated using overall adjectival ratings of "Excellent," "Very Good," "Good," "Fair," and "Poor." APPLICABLE TERMS AND CONDITIONS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCEThe following FAR clauses and provisions shall apply to this solicitation: 1. All Offerors MUST be actively registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov. 2. The provision at FAR clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items (April 2014), applies to this acquisition. 3. A completed copy of the provision at FAR clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items (March 2015), is required with any offer submitted. This requirement may be met by completion of the provision in the System for Award Management. 4. FAR clauses 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items (May 2015) and 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items (June 2016) apply to this acquisition. 5. The Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) are not applicable to this requirement. In addition, the Dun & Bradstreet Number (DUNS), the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), and the certification of business size must be included in the response. All Offerors must have an active registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) www.sam.gov." CLOSING STATEMENTAll responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation which shall be considered by the agency. All responses must be received by the closing date of this announcement must reference solicitation number HHS-NIH-NIDA-SSSA-NOI-17-012. Responses shall be submitted electronically to Lauren.Phelps@nih.gov. Fax responses will not be accepted. For information regarding this solicitation, contact Lauren Phelps by email at email@example.com or by phone at (301) 480-2453.
The General Services Administration (GSA) seeks to lease the following space: City/State: Arlington, Virginia Delineated Area: Arlington, Virginia within 2,640 walkable linear feet of a Metrorail station. Minimum Sq. Ft. (ABOA): 66,710 Approximate Sq. Ft. (RSF) 79,070 RSF Space Type: Office and related space Parking Spaces (Total): Per local code Parking Spaces (Reserved): N/A Full Term: 10 years Firm Term: 5 years Additional Requirements: - The offered building must have the ability to accommodate ISC Level III Security Requirements. - The offered building must be within 2,640 walkable linear feet of an existing Metrorail station. - Ongoing termination right required after year 5, with 9 months' notice. Subleases will not be considered. It is anticipated the incumbent Lessor(s) may compete for this procurement. The Government will consider costs associated with moving when evaluating all offers, including, cost of relocation or replication of furniture, telecommunications and security infrastructure, replications costs, and other move-related costs, if applicable. Not all minimum requirements are reflected in this advertisement. Offered space must meet Government requirements for fire safety, accessibility, seismic and sustainability standards per the terms of the Lease. A fully serviced lease is required. Offered space shall not be in the 100 year or 500 year flood plain. Owners, brokers or agents may offer space for consideration. Any properties submitted by brokers or agents must be accompanied by written evidence that they are authorized by the ownership to exclusively represent the building offered. The General Services Administration (GSA) is using a tenant broker to represent the Government in this transaction. In no event shall a potential offeror enter into negotiations or discussions concerning a space to be leased with representatives of any federal agency other than the authorized offices and employees of the GSA or their authorized representative, CBRE, Inc. Expressions of interest should include the following information at a minimum: 1. Building name, address, and age; 2. Location of space in the building and date of availability; 3. Rentable square feet (RSF) offered and rate per RSF; 4. ANSI/BOMA office area/usable square feet (USF) and rental rate per USF, full service inclusive of a Tenant Improvement Allowance of $50.64/USF and a Building Specific Amortized Capital (BSAC) Allowance of $25.00/USF, meeting GSA's standard building shell requirements; 5. Name, address, telephone number, and email address of authorized contact; 6. Scaled floor plans (as-built) identifying offered space; 7. Information on project and building ownership. Projected Dates: Expressions of Interest Due: October 24, 2016, 3:00 pm Market Survey (Estimated): November 2016 Offers Due (Estimated): December 2016 Occupancy (Estimated): October 1, 2018 Send Expressions of Interest to: Name/Title: CBRE, Inc ATTN: Henry Chapman, Sara Dunstan Address: 750 9th Street, NW Suite 900 Washington, DC 20001 Office/Fax: (202) 783-8200/(202) 783-1723 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Government Contact Lease Contracting Officer Joel Berelson Leasing Specialist Gregg Otten Broker Henry Chapman, Sara Dunstan CBRE, Inc.
- DESCRIPTION -Proposals will be sought from small business firms for participation in the NIST Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program. The SBIR Program is a three-phase program which implements Public Law 102-564, the Small Business Research and Development Enhancement Act of 1992. The pending Solicitation, SBIR, includes subtopics describing research needed to extend technologies developed at NIST for the purpose of commercializing the NIST technology as well as subtopics describing NIST mission-related research that directly support a NIST project that can be achieved by a small business. . The purpose of Phase 1 is to conduct feasibility related experimental or theoretical research or research and development (R&D) in order to determine the scientific or technical merit/feasibility of concepts/ideas as prerequisite for further NIST support under Phase 2 of the SBIR Program. Awards under the SBIR Phase 1 will be eligible to compete for the SBIR Phase 2 contracts. SBIR Phase 1 awards will have a value of $90,000.00. The following are the research topics available for the SBIR Phase 1 FY 2010 solicitation: Microfluidic Palette for Cellular Response to Chemical Stimuli Ultra-rapid microtiter plate reader with �detectorless� electrophoresis detection Multi-well cell culture plate for oxygen measurement and control Miniaturized Magneto-Optical Trap for Advanced Timing Applications Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes for Thermal Detectors Ultra-thin NbN films for superconducting detectors Non-linear crystals for photon pair to be efficiently coupled into single mode optical fiber Pulse Tube Cryocoolers Optimized for Cooling Massive Payloads A Common Platform for MicroRobotics Research Massively parallel high temperature probe system for wafer-level reliability testing Instrument for Characterization of Environmental Soot Aggregates Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers for Atomic Clocks Printed Circuit card Assembly (PCA) Testability Coverage Analysis in a Three-Dimensional Visualization Environment Improved VUV Lamp Table-Top Broadband VUV Source for Radiometry High Resolution Hyperspectral Imager Compact Parametric Down Conversion-Based Source of Entangled Photon Pairs Sound Static Security Analyzer for Software Signal Processing Methods for High-Dimensional Microsensor Data Streams Analysis of New WWVB Modulation Schemes for Future Broadcast RFID-Integrated Sensor Systems High-frame rate, foveated 3D imaging system Self-Calibrating Camera Networks for Rapid Deployment 3D Imaging Sensor System for Robotic Platform Avoiding parasitic currents on MEMS devices Dynamic Six Degree of Freedom (6DOF) Vision System Nanoscale Sidewall Imaging Filling the Gaps in Nanoscale Length Standards Sustainability Performance Analysis Tools for Evaluating Manufacturing Processes High Efficiency, Photon number resolving Visible Light Photon Counters (VLPC) Standard OWL Reasoning Support for Physical Quantities and Units 3-Dimensional Visualization of Printed Circuit card Assembly (PCA) Tin Whisker Risk Assessment High-efficiency Photomixers for CW Terahertz Generation Decision support tools for Sustainable Manufacturing Tensile Pulse Generator for Heated Kolsky Bar Apparatus Integrated Actuator for Contact Resonance AFM High speed and high sensitivity quadrant photodetector Anion exchange resins for chirality-based separation of single-wall carbon nanotubes Elevated Temperature Microbalance Instrument for Nanomaterial Characterization Barrier Fabrics for Fire Safe Furniture and Mattresses Sustainable Manufacturing Maturity Modeling Tool Development Ontologies for Enterprise Level Security Metrics -----The NIST 2010 solicitation will be issued on or about November 2, 2010 and will close January 22, 2010. Electronic copies of the solicitation will be located at the site http://www.fedbizopps.gov. No mailing lists will be kept and no hard copies will be available. Any and all amendments to the solicitation will be posted at the above website. A public website will be available where technical questions may be submitted by the interested parties and answers provided by NIST experts will be posted. All other questions regarding the solicitation must be submitted by email to Maria Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org. Amendments to the solicitation and answers to submitted questions are the total responsibility of the individual or firm proposing. Contracting Office Address: 100 Bureau Drive, Building 301, Room B125, Mail Stop 1640 Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899-1640