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65--766- Emergency Minimed MMT-332A Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published November 4, 2015
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65--760-16-1-050-0001, Leavenworth CMOP,Minimeds Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published October 14, 2015
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65--761-MEDTRONIC-MINIMED SUPPLIES (RESERVOIR/INFUSION SETS) Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions (VHSS) 761-A50

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published September 17, 2015
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65--766 Charles/ Pharm-Med Surg / MiniMED/ Brand Specific Award Notice

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published March 28, 2016
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RFQ: VA770-16-Q-0251has been Awarded to the Following Vendor 1.Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions

65--763-16-2-021-0478, Dallas CMOP, OM pharmaceuticals MED-SURG

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published April 13, 2016
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This is the award notice for RFQ VA770-16-Q-0274 for 5 pharmaceuticals, and was awarded on 04/13/2016. The awards are as follows: Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions, Inc. for $23,706.00; DMS Pharmaceutical Group for $20,800.80 ; Geo-Med, LLC for $14,760.00; United Drug Supply, Inc. for $22,639.20; and T.Q.M. for $18,900.00.

Q--Clarion CBOC Bridge Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 5, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Butler Healthcare, 325 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001, intends to award a sole source Firm-Fixed-Price Contract to Clarion Healthcare System, Inc., Clarion Hospital, for the provision of primary and preventative medical care services for eligible Veterans through a Community Based Outreach Clinic (CBOC) located in Clarion County, PA. This contract action is for services for which the Government intends to negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements. Interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) for this requirement is 621498 with a small business size standard of $20.5M. THIS NOTICE OF INTENT IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE QUOTATIONS. Responsible sources may identify their interest by submitting capability information by 4:00 P.M., EST, on Friday, February 20, 2015, in order to establish the ability of the source to meet this requirement. 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. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The Government will not be responsible for any costs associated with the preparation of responses to this notification. All inquiries and submittals must be sent via email to Julieanne Bartlett, Contracting Officer, at julieanne.bartlett@va.gov. Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.

Q--Cranberry CBOC Bridge Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 5, 2015  -  Deadline February 20, 2015
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Butler Healthcare, 325 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001, intends to award a sole source Firm-Fixed-Price Contract to Valor Healthcare, Inc. (Humana), for the provision of primary and preventative medical care services for eligible Veterans through a Community Based Outreach Clinic (CBOC) located in Butler County, PA. This contract action is for services for which the Government intends to negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements. Interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) for this requirement is 621498 with a small business size standard of $20.5M. THIS NOTICE OF INTENT IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE QUOTATIONS. Responsible sources may identify their interest by submitting capability information by 4:00 P.M., EST, on Friday, February 20, 2015, in order to establish the ability of the source to meet this requirement. 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. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The Government will not be responsible for any costs associated with the preparation of responses to this notification. All inquiries and submittals must be sent via email to Julieanne Bartlett, Contracting Officer, at julieanne.bartlett@va.gov. Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.

Q--NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Posted Pre-solicitation notice 6/22/2015|EDA 8/1/2015| MS: Pre-solicitation| Re-assigned to Kathy Policicchio|working on solicitation|EDA: 4/15/15 | MS: AP | Status: 8/27/14 -

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published June 23, 2015  -  Deadline July 13, 2015
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The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, 1010 Delafield Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15215 requires the services of licensed Neurophysiologists and Neuro-technicians to perform neurophysiologic operative procedures at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare, University Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15240. The contractor shall provide comprehensive neurophysiology services for operative procedures listed in the Schedule of Services and Prices/Costs (the Schedule) to be performed on-site at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS), University Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15240. Services shall be performed in accordance with the requirements specified in the solicitation and in accordance with the technical/logistical approach presented by the contractor and agreed to by VAPHS. The contractor's group performing services will be responsible for a full spectrum of direct intraoperative monitoring, analysis, and reporting of findings to surgical staff as well as documentation in the patient medical record. The VAPHS prefers that intraoperative feedback be provided during the actual performance of the procedure being monitored; such 'real time' feedback, if included, will be delineated in the contractor's technical/logistical approach. The services to be performed by the contractor will be monitored for quality of patient care by the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Chief of Staff and Vice President, Surgery Service Line. NEUROPHYSIOLOGIST SERVICES: Neurophysiologists will directly supervise the work of all technician staff and will provide monitoring services intra-operatively. Neurophysiologists will provide diagnostic evaluation, intraoperative and intensive care neurophysiological monitoring, and transcranial Doppler evaluations. They will prospectively determine monitoring modalities for each case and communicate this to the technicians, and will determine when specific cases require additional on-site staffing. The neurophysiologist providing coverage during a case will make judgments regarding intraoperative readings during that case and will remain in communication with the assigned technician intra-operatively regarding his/her clinical findings. He/she will provide all necessary direction to the technologist during the entirety of each surgical procedure and will complete and insert a formal intraoperative case report in the patient's electronic patient record within 2 weeks of the procedure. Neurophysiologists will also be required to participate in any VAPHS quality improvement activities as requested. NEUROTECHNOLOGIST SERVICES: Under supervision, technician staff will perform multiple modality evoked potentials on patients in the Operating Room at the VAPHS. They will be responsible for setting up all necessary OR equipment and supplies necessary for neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring and the placement of suitable electrodes on predetermined measured positions on the patient's body. They will be sufficiently knowledgeable to test equipment prior to use and to make any adjustments in the equipment settings that are required. They will select predetermined electrode combinations as well as non-standard assortments as necessary. They will obtain standard recordings and report on-going status of patient's nervous system to the surgeon. They will also maintain constant communication with a supervisory neurophysiologist during each operative procedure and will accept direction from the neurophysiologist. Under the direction of the supervisor the technician will relay information to the surgeon. Technicians will recognize artifacts in the data differentiate them from evoked potential patterns and take appropriate steps to eliminate them. They will obtain patient medical information when requested and will translate test results from computer files to a hard copy report for physician interpretation. Technician staff will also be responsible for removing electrodes post procedure and returning equipment to specified locations upon completion of each procedure. At all times during procedures in the operating room, the ratio of neuro-technologist to patient will be 1 to 1. Competitive pricing shall be solicited and the VA Healthcare System anticipates awarding an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract with a period of performance beginning on 8-1-2015 and expiring on 7-31-2020. The applicable North American Industry Classification System Codes (NAICS) are 621111 (Office of Physicians) and the size standard is $11 million. The Contractor shall propose __4.25__ key personnel to be credentialed and be available for scheduling to meet the requirements of the contract. A list of the neurophysiological procedures is as follows: EEG Intraop, EEG Extracranial Procedure, SEP Upper Extremity, SEP Lower Extremity, SEP 4 Extremities, SEP - Pudendal/Trigeminal, VEP, BAEP (Limited), Cortical Mapping, Electrocorticogram, EMG, Left/Right, Bilateral, EMG Larynx, EMG Thoracic, EMG Extremities, EMG Sphincter, TcMEP. Evaluation Factors for this procurement are as follows: FACTOR 1 -TECHNICAL CAPABILITY AND APPROACH SUBFACTOR 1A - CONTRACT STAFFING SUBFACTOR 1B -- EXPERIENCE SUBFACTOR 1C -- MANAGEMENT FACTOR 2 - PAST PERFORMANCE FACTOR 3 - PRICE Please read Instructions to Offerors in Proposal for directions on submitting the proposals. Price Proposal will be separate from the Technical Proposal. All Proposals should be e-mailed to Shawn.Smith@va.gov. This acquisition is conducted under the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12 regarding the acquisition of commercial items. This requirement is being set aside 100% for small businesses. Proposals received from other than small business concerns will be deemed unacceptable and will be given no further consideration. The RFP will be available on or about June 25, 2015 through the Federal Procurement website at www.fbo.gov . NO HARD COPIES OF THE RFP SHALL BE MAILED. REQUESTS FOR HARD COPIES SHALL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.

Q--On-site, In-patient Dialysis - EK

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published February 23, 2015  -  Deadline March 1, 2015
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The Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 15, located at 3450 South 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS intends to enter into an indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for On-Site, In-Patient Dialysis Services provided for Columbia, Eastern Kansas Healthcare System The term of the contract is a base of one year with four one-year option periods. Solicitation documents are anticipated to be available March 1, 2015 or shortly thereafter and will be posted via the Federal Business Opportunities website. This requirement is being solicited under the authority of Public Law 104-262, 38 U.S.C. 8153 and VAAR 873. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. Prospective offerors should not expect notification of issuance of amendments other than via the Federal Business Opportunities website and are responsible for obtaining all amendments as posted. Prior to submission of a quotation, offerors are expected to read the solicitation documentation in its entirety to fully understand the scope of work, terms, and conditions of the requirement(s). Offerors who are unable to access or open uploaded attachments may contact the Contracting Officer to obtain copies. Questions from potential offerors are encouraged to resolve any ambiguities; inquiries shall be in writing only and addressed to Jenny Rathjen at e-mail jenny.rathjen@va.gov.

65--EDX DESKTOP BASE SYSTEM

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published April 28, 2015  -  Deadline May 5, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6 and supplemented with additional information included in this notice. The solicitation number is VA244-15-Q-0775 and is issue as a Request for Quotations (RFQ). This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. Proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This solicitation is not a set-aside and the NAICS code is 334510. The following provisions/clauses apply to this solicitation: FAR 52.212-1 Instruction to Offeror-FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items-FAR 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Commercial Items-FAR 52.204-7 System for Award Management (vendor's registration in SAM must be current and complete to be considered)-VAAR 852.203-70 Commercial Advertising-FAR 52.213-3 Offeror Representation and Certifications Commercial Items. Successful offer will be the one that provide the best value to the Government. The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, H.J. Heinz Campus has a requirement for the items listed on the attached RFQ. Item will be delivered to 1010 Delafield Road, Aspinwall, PA 15215. All communications regarding quotes, questions, etc. are to be submitted by email to Joseph D. Early (joseph.early2@va.gov). Phone calls will not be accepted. Quotes are due by 10:00AM, eastern time, on Thursday, April 23, 2015. Please read the entire solicitation. Offerors are responsible for all terms, clauses, and conditions contained therein.

U--STL - On-line Access to Databases

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published July 20, 2016  -  Deadline July 26, 2016
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The VA Heartland Network 15 has a requirement to provide of online access for two concurrent users from a single web site to the full text of the following seven medical textbooks to support patient care, medical center research activities, and medical center staff continuing education at the VA St. Louis Health Care System. Institutional access to these medical textbooks will be available medical center wide from any employee's desktop. a) AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) b) AJCC Cancer Staging Handbook (American Joint Committee on Cancer) c) Holland-Frei Cancer Medicine d) Handbook on Injectable Drugs e) Scientific American Medicine f) Scientific American Surgery g) Stedman's Medical Dictionary This procurement is for the St. Louis VA Healthcare System, 915 North Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO. 63106. The VA intends to award a contract to a qualified organization to provide these services for approximately the period of time of 08/01/2016 thru 07/31/2017 base year, with four follow-on option years. The NAICS code is 519120 with a size standard of $15.0 million. The proposed contract is Set Aside 100% for small-businesses. A detailed description of the services required will be contained in Statement of Work when the RFQ is posted to FedBizOpps. Contract shall be for a period of one (1) year with option to renew four (4) additional one year periods. Request for Quotes will be available on or about July 20, 2016. Due date for receipt of offers is July 26, 2016, 2:00 PM CST. Anticipated award date is August 01, 2014.

Q--Armstrong CBOC Bridge Contract

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 18, 2015
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NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Butler Healthcare, 325 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001, intends to award a sole source Firm-Fixed-Price Contract to Armstrong County Medical Hospital, for the provision of primary and preventative medical care services for eligible Veterans through a Community Based Outreach Clinic (CBOC) located in Armstrong County, PA. This contract action is for services for which the Government intends to negotiate with only one source under the authority of FAR 6.302-1, Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements. Interested parties may identify their interest and capability to respond to the requirement or submit proposals. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) for this requirement is 621498 with a small business size standard of $20.5M. THIS NOTICE OF INTENT IS NOT A REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE QUOTATIONS. Responsible sources may identify their interest by submitting capability information by 4:00 P.M., EST, on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, in order to establish the ability of the source to meet this requirement. 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. Information received will normally be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement. The Government will not be responsible for any costs associated with the preparation of responses to this notification. All inquiries and submittals must be sent via email to Julieanne Bartlett, Contracting Officer, at julieanne.bartlett@va.gov. Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.

71--Patient Recliner Chairs Comm IV

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 6, 2015
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The Pittsburgh VA Healthcare System (VAPHS), Contracting Department intends to issue a Request for Quote (RFQ) solicitation for Patient Recliner Charis. The contractor shall provide delivery, staging and installation/configuration of furniture for this project (including all fasteners and fixtures required for assembly), and warranty service in accordance with VAPHS. Upon delivery the current recliners owned by the hospital are to be removed and disposed of off VAPHS property by the Contractor. Upon award, the VAPHS will require that the bills of materials are tagged by room/area number for ease of installation. It is anticipated to be a one (1) year contract. The applicable NAICS code is 337214. The size standard is 500 employees. The FSC is 7110 - Office Furniture. Upon its release, the solicitation will be issued electronically and be available for downloading at http://www.fedbizopps.gov on or about December 16, 2014. The solicitation will be a Request for Quote and will be issued as a (service disabled veteran owned small business, veteran owned small business, HubZone, 8(a), small disadvantaged business, small business, woman owned business or large business). The closing date for the receipt of offers will be set forth in the RFQ. Paper copies, faxed copies, or e-mail copies of the solicitation will not be provided. Interested parties are solely responsible for monitoring the above website for posting of the RFQ and any amendments hereto. The Government will not pay for the information received. By submitting an offer, the offeror is self-certifying that neither the requestor nor the principal corporate officials and owners are currently suspended, debarred, or otherwise ineligible to receive contracts from any federal agency. Failure to do so may represent grounds for refusing to accept the offer. By submission of an offer, the contractor acknowledges the requirements that a prospective awardee must be registered in the System for Award Management, (SAM), database prior to award. Lack of registration in the SAM database will make a contractor ineligible for award. Contractors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the Internet at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. Any questions regarding this announcement should be submitted via email to Debbie Willard, at debra.willard@va.gov . Please do not request additional information until the solicitation is posted.

B--Medical Gas Inspection Contract - JC & JB - STL

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published August 5, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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Pre-Solicitation Notice The Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Network Contracting Office 15, Leavenworth, Kansas intends to solicit proposals from contractors in the NCO15 area which includes the States of Missouri, Kansas, and Illinois to provide inspection and testing of the Distribution Piped Medical Gas System at the John Cochran and Jefferson Barracks Veteran Affairs Medical Centers, St. Louis, Missouri in accordance with JCAHO (Joint Commission Accreditation Healthcare Organizations), CGA(Compressed Gas Association), NFPA(National Fire Protection Association), and USPNF(United States Pharmacopeia Convention) requirements and recommendations.. The VA anticipates issuing an open and continuous solicitation for this requirement on or about August 5, 2016. Proposals will be accepted through August 19, 2016. Interested contractors will be responsible for downloading copies of the solicitation (and any subsequent amendments) from that website, and no hard copies will be made available. The solicitation will provide instructions to contractors about the proposal submission process. Prospective Offerors are encouraged to register their interest in the solicitation on the FBO website (https://www.fbo.gov) so that they are notified of the issuance of the solicitation and any amendments. In accordance with FAR 52.204-7, System for Award Management, prospective contractors must be registered in System for Award Management (SAM) and in VetBiz database if applicable (VetBiz registration is required for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses or Veteran Owned Small Businesses) under the applicable NAICS. Contractors may obtain SAM information at https://www.sam.gov and Vet Biz information at http://www.vip.vetbiz.gov. To be eligible for award, contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management database. Registration is free and potential offerors are encouraged to visit the SAM website as no contracts can be awarded to any offeror not registered in SAM. NAICS Code is 541990 (All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services) with a Small Business Size Standard of $15.0M. The classification code is B599. The solicitation will be issued for full and open competition amongst eligible small-businesses. A single award, firm-fixed price contract is anticipated. All responsible sources may submit proposals to be considered by the Agency. Questions concerning this announcement should be directed to the Contracting Officer using the email link provided. Telephone requests for information or questions will NOT be accepted. Please email requests or questions to Kevin C. Wallace at the following e-mail address: kevin.wallace2@va.gov and ensure that the subject line includes: solicitation no. VA255-16-Q-0746 and reference your site location if applicable. Contracting Officer 3450 S. 4th Street Leavenworth, KS. 66048 Department of Veterans Affairs NCO 15 Contracting

53--Valve Parts

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 24, 2015
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Attachment 2: Request for Sole Source DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Justification and Approval For Other Than Full and Open Competition 1. Contracting Activity: Department of Veterans Affairs, VISN 04, VA Pittsburgh UD Medical Center, 646-15-2-5057-0225. 2. Nature and/or Description of the Action Being Processed Repair parts for both the E600L and E900L blending valves 3. Description of Supplies/Services Required to Meet the Agency's Needs: Blending valve assemblies are component to the hot water heaters. The valves are subject to corrosion and wear and must be replaced and repaired during the operational life of the heaters. Estimated dollar value is $38,746.00 4. Statutory Authority Permitting Other than Full and Open Competition: (X) (1) Only One Responsible Source and No Other Supplies or Services Will Satisfy Agency Requirements per FAR 6.302-1; 5. Demonstration that the Contractor's Unique Qualifications or Nature of the Acquisition Requires the Use of the Authority Cited Above (applicability of authority): Harold G. Jones Company is the only local Leslie Controls factory representative. The blending valve assembly is a proprietary component of the Leslie water heaters. Only other Authorized Dealers would be able to quote and the pricing would be the same regardless of what dealer provided the parts. 6. Description of Efforts Made to ensure that offers are solicited from as many potential sources as deemed practicable: None as there are no other authorized vendors for the specified parts. 7. Determination by the Contracting Officer that the Anticipated Cost to the Government will be Fair and Reasonable: Pricing was deemed to be fair and reasonable based on the comparison of proposed prices to previous purchases for the same items under Purchas Order Numbers 646-4P112, 646-4P1721, 646-P55537 and 646-4P7047.. 8. Description of the Market Research Conducted and the Results, or a Statement of the Reasons Market Research Was Not Conducted: Web based searches including GSA Advantage and open market for replacement assemblies found no substitute for the required parts. A Special Notice was posted on FedBizOps notifying our intent to sole source and request that any capable vendors respond by 2/20/15, no responses were received. 9. Any Other Facts Supporting the Use of Other than Full and Open Competition: None listed 10. Listing of Sources that Expressed, in Writing, an Interest in the Acquisition: None listed. 11. A Statement of the Actions, if any, the Agency May Take to Remove or Overcome any Barriers to Competition before Making subsequent acquisitions for the supplies or services required: The barriers to competition cannot be overcome as the parts are proprietary to Leslie and only Authorized Dealers/Representatives can provide them. 12. Requirements Certification: I certify that the requirement outlined in this justification is a Bona Fide Need of the Department of Veterans Affairs and that the supporting data under my cognizance, which are included in the justification, are accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. Name: Matthew King Date: 23 February 2015 Title: Plumbing Supervisor Facility: VA Pittsburg Healthcare System 13. Approvals in accordance with FAR 6.304 a. Contracting Officer's Certification (required): I certify that the foregoing justification is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. _____________________________ ________________________ Name Date Title b. NCM/PCM (Required $3K and above): I certify the justification meets requirements for other than full and open competition. _____________________________ ________________________ Elizabeth Morin Date Branch Chief, Commodities Team 1 NC04

Q--CONTRACTED EMERGENCY RESIDENTIAL SERVICES (CERS) FOR HOMELESS IN LEBANON, PA.

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
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STATEMENT OF WORK: CONTRACTED EMERGENCY RESIDENTIAL SERVICES (CERS) FOR HOMELESS VETERANS 1. Purpose - The Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center, 1700 South Lincoln Ave, Lebanon, PA 17042, (herein, referred to as the Lebanon VAMC) requires contractors to provide services as part of its Community Based Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) program, in accordance with VHA Handbook 1162.09. The goal of the HCHV program is to remove homeless Veterans from the street or habitation unfit for Veterans and place them in community-based, residential environments with sufficient therapeutic services to meet the needs of those Veterans. 2. Type of Contract - Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity. 3. The contractor shall provide services to Veterans for whom such care is specifically authorized by the VA. The contractor shall provide residential placement and supportive services sufficient to place up to 25 Veterans under the Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) program, for the base period of 1 February, 2015 through 30 September, 2015 and two (2) option years, in accordance with all terms and conditions, provisions and requirements listed herein for the all inclusive rate listed above. This rate is inclusive of all services as may be necessary in the treatment of the veteran to include transportation to healthcare appointments and meetings. Unless specifically excluded in this contract, the per diem rate established will include the services listed in this document and will also include all services normally provided other residents by the facility without extra charge. The contractor facility will not be used for detoxification or other hospital level treatment. The contractor facility shall be located within 200 miles of the Lebanon VAMC, within the state of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 4. Period of Performance: The period of performance will be for one base period of eight months plus two - one year option periods which allows the Government to unilaterally extend the contract period for twelve (12) months each. Base Year: February 1, 2015 - September 30, 2015 Option Year 1: October 1, 2015 - September 30, 2016 Option Year 2: October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017 5. The contractor shall furnish services to Veterans for whom such care is specifically authorized by the VA. It is understood that the type of residents to be cared for under this contract will normally require care and services over and above the level of room and board. Many of these veterans who are homeless or who are at risk for homelessness have co-morbid conditions that include mental illnesses, substance abuse disorders, and/or medical conditions. This contract is designed to serve homeless Veterans in need of immediate placement and/or emergency housing in a safe environment. 6. The contractor shall furnish each Veteran authorized care under this contract with the following basic services: a. Room and Board, including menus listing three (3) nutritionally adequate meals a day, 7 days a week and the availability of nutritious snacks between meals and at bedtime for those requiring or desiring additional food, when it is not medically contraindicated. Supplemental menus shall be provided for those with dietary restrictions. Laundry facilities for veterans to do their own laundry or to have laundry done. c. Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Services determined to be needed by the individual Veteran in a plan developed by the contractor with input from the Veteran and the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV case manager. Services, which the contractor must be able to furnish, include: i. Structured group activities, including physical activities as appropriate. ii. Instruction in and assistance with health and personal hygiene iii. Provision of locked drawers for storage of medication. iv. Supportive social services, in collaboration with the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV case managers, or other contract resources. v. Individual professional counseling, by a properly qualified individual who possesses a degree, license, or certification, including counseling on self-care skills and adaptive coping skills. vi. Assistance in learning and development of responsible living patterns to achieve a more adaptive level of psychosocial functioning, upgraded social skills, and improved personal relationships. vii. Support for an alcohol/drug abuse free lifestyle by maintaining a drug and alcohol free environment. viii. Assistance in learning, testing and internalizing knowledge of the illness/recovery process for homelessness. Assistance to gain and to apply knowledge of the illness/recovery process in an environment supportive of recovery models. ix. Assistance with provision of transportation to health care at the Lebanon VAMC and other medical appointments. 7. The contract facility must have a current occupancy permit or license required by the authority having jurisdiction. 8. Unless specifically excluded in this contract, the per diem rate established shall include the services listed herein and will also include all services normally provided other residents by the facility without extra charge. 9. The contractor shall employ sufficient personnel to carry out the policies, responsibilities, and the program for the facility. The Contracted Emergency Residential Services (CERS), at a minimum, shall have an administrative staff member or designee of equivalent professional capability on duty on the premises or residing at the house and available for emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Multiple residential buildings will require additional on-site personnel to ensure each building has 24 hour supervision. In those instances where a supervised residential setting is linked to a geographically distinct rehabilitation and/or socialization day program, sufficient professional counseling personnel must be identified to provide the necessary therapeutic activities and to ensure a meaningful integration of these efforts with those provided in the residential setting. Any professional counseling provided by the contractor shall be performed by a properly qualified individual who has a degree, license, or certification in this skill. 10. The contractor shall make available to the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV staff, documentary information deemed necessary by the Lebanon VAMC to conduct utilization review audits for the mandated national evaluation study as required by the Section 2 of Public Law 100-6; to verify quality of resident care for Veterans, to assure confidentiality of resident record information and to determine the completeness and accuracy of financial records. 11. The contractor shall conduct treatment and discharge planning reflecting a team assessment of health, social, and vocational needs and the involvement of the Veteran, the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV staff, and appropriate community resources in resolving problems and setting goals. 12. The contractor shall comply with the principles listed in 38 CFR 17.707(b) to provide housing and supportive services in a manner that is free from religious discrimination (http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-1998-title38-vol1/pdf/CFR-1998-title38-vol1-sec17-707.pdf). 13. Absences shall be managed using the following guidance: Scheduled/Approved Absences: If the Veteran has left the program and the absence is scheduled, approved and/or deemed in-line with treatment goals, the contractor can only bill for the first 72 hours of the absence. Unscheduled/Not Approved: If the Veteran has left the program and the absence is not scheduled, approved and/or deemed in-line with treatment goals, the Veteran must be discharged after 24 hours and is considered AWOL (absent without leave). The contractor can bill for the 24-hour period that they held the bed in good faith anticipating the Veteran's return. Management of program dropout will be an element of Lebanon VAMC quality assurance review of this homeless Veterans' emergency housing program. 14. The facility agrees and warrants that it does not maintain nor provide dual or segregated patient facilities, which are segregated on the basis of race, creed, color or national origin. The facility may neither require such segregated use by written or oral policies nor tolerate such use by local custom. The term "facilities" shall include but not limited to rooms, wards, sections, eating areas, drinking fountains, entrances, etc. 15. The facility agrees to accept referral of and to provide all services specified in this contract for any Veteran regardless of race, color, religion, sex or national origin determined eligible by the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV designee for whom such services are required. In addition the Lebanon VAMC warrants that subcontracting will not be resorted to as a means of circumventing this provision. The contractor agrees to accept referrals and provide services 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The contractor will make available at least one housing unit for females, assuring their privacy and safety, and at least one unit and all common living areas should be handicapped accessible. 16. It is agreed that the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV staff will have complete access to all records concerning the Veteran's care in the facility. It is agreed that duly authorized representatives of the Lebanon VAMC will provide follow-up supervision visits to Veterans placed to assure the continuity of care and to assist in the Veteran's transition back into the community. It is understood that these visits do not substitute nor relieve the contractor in any way of the responsibility for the daily care and treatment of the Veteran. Upon discharge or death of the resident, records on all Veterans will be retained by the facility for a period of at least three years following termination of care. After three years all Veteran's records shall be turned over to the Lebanon VAMC. 17. It is understood that the Veteran may be provided facility care at the expense of the Lebanon VAMC for a period not to exceed that stated in the length of treatment plan contracted, unless an extension of the authorization is provided in writing by the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV staff. 18. The contractor facility shall provide the Veterans with transportation to scheduled meetings and appointments at medical facilities including but not limited to the Lebanon VAMC, and/or the local Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) at Camp Hill, Lancaster, Berks, York, and Schuylkill, and assistance with information and instructions to Veterans so they can utilize public transportation if that is their preference. 19. The contractor facility shall not accept food stamps or welfare from Veterans. 20. The contractor facility warrants that all applicable fire laws are being complied with and there are no recommendations of fire officials, which have not been resolved. 21. The Lebanon VAMC reserves the right to remove any or all Veteran residents from the facility at any time without additional cost, when it is determined to be in the best interest of the Lebanon VAMC or the Veteran(s). 22. Contractor personnel shall be expected to treat referred Veterans with dignity and respect and abide by standards of conduct mirroring those prescribed by current federal personnel regulations. The contractor shall comply with the VA Patient's Bill of Rights as set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations, Section 17.34a, Title 38 (http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?SID=a906d8f449f5c95a98d16497790187ce&node=38:1.0.1.1.19.0.175&rgn=div7). 23. It will be the responsibility of the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV case manager to refer all homeless Veterans to the contractor(s). The Veteran's status will be homeless or at risk for homelessness and he/she may have co-morbid conditions that include mental illnesses, substance abuse disorders, and/or medical conditions. 24. Before referring any Veteran, the Lebanon VAMC-HCHV case manager shall have provided the patient with a clinical assessment to include a physical, laboratory studies, and confirmation of co-morbid conditions by Lebanon VAMC clinical staff. 25. All Veterans shall be capable of self-preservation, and in an emergency, will have sufficient capacity to recognize physical danger, sufficient judgment to recognize when such danger requires immediate egress from the group residence, sufficient capacity to follow a prescribed route of egress, and sufficient physical mobility to accomplish such egress. 26. Length of stay at Lebanon VAMC cost will be initially authorized for up to 60 days (authorization will not exceed contract performance period), depending upon the needs of the Veteran, as mutually determined by the Veteran, the contractor's residential treatment staff, and VAMC-HCHV case manager. 27. INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE a. It is agreed that the Lebanon VAMC will have the right to inspection of the CERS and all appurtenances by authorized representative(s) designated by the Lebanon VAMC. The contractor will be advised of the finding of the inspection team. If deficiencies are noted during any inspection, the contractor will be given a reasonable time to take corrective action to notify the Contracting Officer that the corrections have been made. A contract will not be awarded until noted deficiencies have been eliminated. b. Prior to the award of a contract, a multidisciplinary Lebanon VAMC team consisting of a social worker, dietitian, and an engineering service safety officer shall conduct a survey of the contractor's emergency residential center; Contracted Emergency Residential Service centers to be utilized will be restricted to community-based facilities that provide food, shelter, and therapeutic services in a supportive environment. c. In the cases of complexes of non-VA community facilities, it is imperative that all components of the program be inspected by the Lebanon VAMC team prior to award of the contract as is required for an integrated primary site. Each of the community facilities identified in the complex as contact recipients will also be subject to the requirement for contracting, safety and record keeping described in other parts of this document as applying to the CERS. d. The Lebanon VAMC Safety Officer will inspect the facility for conformity to the current National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code (http://www.nfpa.org/codes-and-standards/document-information-pages?mode=code&code=101) and submit findings to the chairperson of the team. The other team members of the team will focus on an assessment of the quality of life within the CERS, giving particular attention to the following factors: e. General observation of residents indicates that they maintain an acceptable level of personal hygiene and grooming. f. The facility meets applicable fire, safety and sanitation standards in attractive surroundings conducive to social interaction and the fullest development of the resident's rehabilitative potential. g. The facility should be in a central location, near public transportation, and near areas, which provide employment. h. Appropriate organized activity programs during waking hours (including evenings) reflecting a high level of activity in the facility or in the linked facilities, for example individual professional counseling, physical activities, assistance with health and personal hygiene. i. There is evidence of facility-community interaction. This may be demonstrated by the nature of scheduled activities or by information about resident flow out of the facility, e.g., community activities, volunteers, local consumer services, etc. j. Staff behavior and interaction with Veterans convey an attitude of genuine concern and caring. k. Appetizing, nutritionally adequate meals are provided in a setting, which encourages social interaction and nutritious snacks between meals and bedtime are available for those requiring or desiring additional food, when it is not medically contraindicated. The addition of nutritious snacks to the requirements for room and board is particularly indicated for homeless Veterans. Many of these Veterans are either undernourished or have developed poor eating habits or both, because of their chronic psychiatric disorder, including alcohol/drug abuse behaviors. The local VA Medical Center dietitian may consult with the initial inspection team and the team making subsequent assessments, in evaluating not only the printed menus but also the Veterans' satisfaction with meals and the actual consumption of food offered. l. The contractor will be advised of the finding of the inspection team. If deficiencies are noted during any inspection, the facility will be given a reasonable time to take corrective action to notify the Contracting Officer that the corrections have been made. A contract will not be awarded until noted deficiencies have been eliminated. m. The VA shall monitor the contractor's program and inspect the contractor's facility to ensure compliance with this agreement. Any unsatisfactory conditions noted during an inspection of contract facility will be reported in writing to the VA Contracting Officer. If corrections are not made to the satisfaction of the VA, the Contracting Officer will consult with the appropriate officials so that suitable arrangements can be made to discharge or transfer Veteran and to terminate the contract. o. Subsequent inspections of the CERS must be made yearly by a multidisciplinary team including such VA Medical Center personnel necessary to assure the facility provides quality care in a safe environment. As the VA program personnel accomplish site visits, attention will be directed to the adequacy of veterans' records. Site visits will also include a spot check of records to ensure contractor invoices accurately reflect the veteran's length of stay.

C--Improve Wayfinding and Singage Project 693-13-106

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published November 20, 2014  -  Deadline December 22, 2014
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1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: General. This A-E Services contract is being procured in accordance with the Selection of Architects and Engineers (Public Law 92- 582) and implemented in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 36. SF330 will be accepted from A&E firms permitted by law to practice the professions of architecture or engineering. All accepted submissions will be evaluated in accordance with the evaluation criteria. A "short list" of three or more A&E firms deemed most highly rated after initial source selection will be chosen for interviews. The Government will not pay, nor reimburse, any costs associated with responding to this request. The Government is under no obligation to award a contract as a result of this announcement. A&E Firms will be selected based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The magnitude for construction (not design) of this project is between $1m and $2m. a. Contract Award Procedure: Before an A&E small business firm is proposed as a potential contractor, they must be certified by VETbiz and registered in the System For Award Management (SAM) database. Register via the SAM internet site at www.sam.gov Failure of a proposed SDVOSB A&E Firm to be certified by the CVE at the time the SF 330 is submitted shall result in elimination from further consideration for award. b. Nature of Work: Provide environmental graphic design services. The project will plan, design and program an interior and exterior sign and graphics program for the VAMC Wilkes-Barre located in Wilkes-Barre, PA. The exterior sign program will identify buildings and provide directional wayfinding. The interior sign program will develop a new room numbering system, provide for new code / life safety signs, new room identification and a directional wayfinding sign program. During the course of the development of the directional wayfinding sign program for the interior, coordination will be conducted with the facility to identify architectural, interior design and communication issues at the facility that can be improved to provide better circulation and communication of services for patients and visitors. In the development of the directional wayfinding sign program for the exterior, coordination will be conducted to identify site circulation issues for both vehicles and pedestrians that can be improved to provide better circulation and parking for patients and visitors. The sign program "design look" will be developed to coordinate with the VA Signage Design Guide utilizing a component base sign system. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: a. INTERIOR TASKS: The interior sign area of work at VAMC Wilkes-Barre is defined as the interior of the medical center complex. i. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will review the existing room numbering system and advise the medical center if it needs to be replaced. If the existing room numbering system is "broken", the Environmental Graphic Design firm will develop a new room numbering system for all rooms and all floors of the selected medical center/clinic. This room numbering system is one that is to be directed toward visitors and staff. Proposed options for new room numbering system will be reviewed with facility Engineering and Interior Design. ii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will design and program an interior room identification sign program. This will involve programming and sign location plans being prepared for all of the room identification signs throughout the selected medical center/ facility. This will include a complete sign message schedule identifying each sign, its message and its type. Sign location plans will be prepared showing the placement/location and mounting method of the signs. iii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will design and program a life safety, code and regulatory sign program. This will involve programming and sign location plans being prepared for all of the regulatory, code and life safety signs throughout the selected medical center/facility. This will include a complete sign message schedule identifying each sign, its message and its type. Sign location plans will be prepared showing the placement/location and mounting method of regulatory, code and life safety signs. iv. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will design and program a directional wayfinding sign program. This will involve programming and sign location plans being prepared for all of the directional signs throughout the selected medical center/facility. This will include a complete sign message schedule identifying each sign, its message and its type. Sign location plans will be prepared showing the placement/location and mounting method of directional signs. v. The Environmental Graphic Design Specialist will develop a report identifying architectural, interior design and communication problems at the facilities that need to be changed and improved to provide better identification, circulation and communication of services for patients and visitors. vi. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will develop the design scheme for the "look" of the interior sign program. The design will generally define the various types of signs that will be used throughout the project along with issues of image, materials and finishes, typography and layout, and color. Terminology, names and titles, flexibility of the system, form and scale, and legibility will also be considerations in developing the design scheme. The design documents will identify material finishes, trims, sign construction, installation and other design details. The documents will include elevation drawing of each sign type with applicable size and layout dimensions and any necessary side, top and back views. vii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare complete specifications for the product(s) being specified for the project. viii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare suitable documentation necessary for the VA to obtain pricing/quotations for the demolition of existing signs and the installation of new signs. The Environmental Graphics Design firm will be required to prepare any of the VA's bidding documentation, excluding VA's standard forms. ix. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare a pre-construction budget for product, demolition and installation. x. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will provide construction implementation services which include reviewing submittal and shop drawings submissions and perform a pre-installation walk thru with contractor. At completion of installation, the Environmental Graphic Design firm will make a final inspection walk through and prepare a "punch list" report noting deficiencies and corrections necessary for the contractor to complete the project. xi. The interior signs will be designed with consideration given to the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's (ATBCB) guideline for accessible signage related to the Americans with Disabilities Act. xii. Examples of the types of interior signs that will be included in the scope of work are: Primary room/department identification signs; Patient room signs; Secondary room identification signs; Informational signs; Wall and ceiling mounted directional signs; Entrance lobby signs; VISN identification signage; Regulatory, life safety code and restrictive signs. b. EXTERIOR TASKS: The exterior sign area of work at VAMC Wilkes-Barre VAM is defined as the traffic and parking lot signs and building identification signage. i. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will design and program an exterior wayfinding/directional sign program. This will involve programming and sign location plans being prepared showing the placement of the signs and their respective messages. This will include a complete sign message schedule identifying each sign, its message and its type. Sign location plans and photographs will be prepared showing the exact placement/location and installation method of the directional signs. ii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will design and program an exterior building identification sign program. This will involve programming and sign location plans being prepared showing the placement of the signs and their respective messages. This will include a complete sign message schedule identifying each sign, its message and its type. Sign location plans and photographs will be prepared showing the exact placement/location and installation method of the building identification signs. The signs on the building may be augmented with freestanding signs as necessary to assist in identifying buildings. iii. The Environmental Graphic Design Specialist will develop a report identifying site circulation issues for both vehicles and pedestrians that can be improved to provide better access, circulation and parking for patients and visitors. iv. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will develop the design scheme for the "look" of the exterior sign program. The design will generally define the various types of signs that will be used throughout the project along with issues of image, materials, finishes, typography and layout, and color. Terminology, names and titles, flexibility of the system, form and scale, and legibility will also be considerations in developing the design scheme. The design documents will identify material finishes, trims, sign construction, installation and other design details. The documents will include an elevation drawing of each sign type with applicable size and layout dimensions and any necessary side, top and back views. v. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare complete specifications for the product being specified for the project. vi. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare suitable documentation necessary for the VA to obtain pricing/quotations for the demolition of existing signs and the installation of new signs. The design firm will not be required to prepare any of the VA's bidding documentation. vii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will provide construction implementation services which include reviewing submittal and shop drawings submissions and perform a pre-installation walk thru with contractor. At completion of installation, the Environmental Graphic Design firm will make a final inspection walk through and prepare a "punch list" report noting deficiencies and corrections necessary for the contractor to complete the project. viii. The Environmental Graphic Design firm will prepare a pre-construction budget for product, demolition and installation. ix. Examples of the types of exterior signs that will be included in the scope of work are: Freestanding, wall or building mounted identification signs; Freestanding, wall or building mounted directional signs; Parking lot identification and parking stall signs; Traffic signs; Site identification signs. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: Selection criteria for this acquisition are listed below in descending order of importance. (1) Team proposed for this project; a. Background of the personnel i. Project Manager ii. Other Key Personnel iii. Consultants (2) Proposed Management Plan; a. Team organization i. Design Phase ii. Construction Phase (3) Previous Experience of Proposed Team; a. Project experience (4) Response Time; a. Prime Firm b. Consultants (5) Specialized Experience and Technical Competence a. Architectural, Wayfinding Signage Programs, Life Safety Signage Programs, Traffic and Regulatory Signage Programs, and Interior Design in large medical, as well as metal health, and community living center facilities; b. Contract must certify in writing that they or their subcontractor(s) possesses a minimum of five (5) years of experience performing similar work at a facility of similar size and complexity. (6) Project Control; a. Techniques planned to control the schedule and costs b. Personnel responsible for schedule and cost control (7) Estimating Effectiveness; a. Five most recently bid projects (8) Miscellaneous Experience and Capabilities: a. Experience in healthcare clinical design; b. Experience with design related to patient medical bedrooms; c. Experience with VA patient-centered care or Planetree philosophy d. Experience using evidence based design for interior features to promote healing environments e. Experience in ADA f. Experience in NFPA 101 Life Safety code g. LEED certification h. Energy conservation i. Interior design j. Industrial Hygienist 4. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: This project is set aside under VAAR 852.219-10, VA Notice of Total Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside (Dec 2009), and all original A/E Firm SF330 packages shall be submitted to: Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center, Contracting (049E - Everett Shaver) 1111 East End Blvd Wilkes Barre, PA 18711 All SF330 submissions shall be clearly marked with the subject line displaying the solicitation number. (a) Interested firms having the capabilities to perform this work must submit one hardcopy of SF 330 (6/2004 Edition) including Parts I and II as described herein and one CD-ROM of the SF 330 submittal as a single pdf file, to the above address not later than 3:00 p.m. local on the response date as above. Late proposal rules found in FAR 15.208 will be followed for late submittals. Responding A/E firms must submit a copy of the originally signed, or current (signed within the past 12 months), and accurate SF 330, Part II for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subcontractor offices proposed to perform the work even if an SF 330, Part II is already on file. SF 330, Part II shall be provided for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subcontractor offices proposed to perform the work. All Part IIs shall be signed with original signature or facsimile of the original signature (signed within the past 3 years is required) and dated. A copy of a signed/dated Part II is acceptable. Although A/E firms are encouraged to update their SF 330 Part II at least annually, older ones (up to 3 years old in accordance with FAR 36.603(d)(5)) will still be considered by the board. However, an A/E firm may be recommended as not qualified or ranked low if missing, confusing, conflicting, obsolete or obscure information prevents a board from reasonably determining that a firm demonstrates certain required qualifications. Indicate in Block 5b of each Part II if the A/E firm is a Large Business, Small Business, HubZone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Veteran-Owned Small Business, or Woman-Owned Small Business. Submit only one SF 330, Part I from the Prime for the design team, completed in accordance with the SF 330 instructions and additional instructions herein. It must contain information in sufficient detail to identify the team (prime, other offices of the prime, and consultants) proposed for the contract. (b) The A-E firm shall not include company literature with the SF 330. (c) In block No. 4 Part II provide the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Information System (1/866-705-5711) for the prime A-E or Joint Venture. The DUNS number must be for the A/E firm or joint venture performing the work (i.e. not the parent DUNS number, but a DUNS number specifically for the office performing the work). (d) In Section C of the SF 330, Part I, identify the discipline/service to be supplied by the A/E Prime, A/E Prime Branch offices as applicable, and each consultant. Provide brief resumes in Section E of the on-staff or consultant employees anticipated to perform the work. Resumes shall be submitted for each employee required to meet the minimums stated above in paragraph 3b. Resumes shall not exceed one page. (e) In Section F, a maximum of 10 projects for the total proposed Team (including the prime and consultants) shall be provided. Use no more than one project per page. (f) In Section G, block 26, include the name and their associated A/E firm and office location. The names of all individuals included in the resumes in Section E shall be listed in Block G-26 along with their A/E firm location and their roles even if example project experience in Block G-28 is not applicable. Also include Team Project Organization Chart in Part I, Section D indicating how each firm on the proposed team (prime, applicable prime branch offices, and each subcontractor as identified in Part I, Section C) integrates into the composite team. (g) In Section H, of the SF 330, Part I, provide a narrative to address each of the requirements, including subparagraphs, of items listed in Section 3, Selection Criteria, of this announcement. (h) In Section H, Part I, SF 330, A/E firms must show their last 12 months of Signage Design contract awards stated in dollars (see 3(e) above), provide an itemized summary of awards to include Agency Contract Number/Task Order No. awards shall be shown in an itemized summary including Agency, Contract Number/Task Order No., Project Title, and Award Amount dollars. Include a total of all listed awards. Note that award of Indefinite Delivery Contracts should not be counted as award amounts; only actual Task Orders and any modifications thereto should be included in the amounts. When addressing Team capabilities, clarify planned capability, existing capability, and prior experiences, if any. Include any other relevant information including a short discussion of why the firm is especially qualified based upon the specific selection criteria listed in Section 3. (i) In Section H, Part I, SF 330 Generally, describe the A/E firm's Design Quality Management Plan (DQMP). A project-specific detailed DQMP must be prepared and approved by the Government as a condition of contract award, but is not required with this submission. Indicate the estimated percentage involvement of each firm on the proposed team. Do not exceed ten pages for Section H. Front and back side use of a single page will count as 2 pages, and use no smaller than 11 font type using Times New Roman. Pages in excess of the maximums list will be discarded and not used in evaluation of the selection criteria. Foldouts are not allowed and shall not be considered. (j) Personal visits and phone calls to the facility to discuss this announcement will not be allowed. 5. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. This is a request for SF 330's Architect/Engineer Firm Qualifications packages only. Any requests for a solicitation will not receive a response. No material will be issued and no solicitation package or bidder/plan holder list will be issued. A solicitation will only be issued to the most highly qualified A/E Firm. Point of Contact: Contracting - Everett Shaver, 570-824-3521 ext 4864, E-mail questions to: Everett.shaver@va.gov.

65--763-16-1-021-0077, Dallas CMOP, MED-SURG

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published December 21, 2015
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This is the award notice for RFQ VA770-16-Q-0045 for 6 medical supply items, and was awarded on 11/19/2015. The awards are as follows: Veterans Healtchcare Supply Solutions for $36,910.00; Core Trading Company for $10,078.56; DMS Pharmaceuticals for $22,694.40; Paragon Enterprise's for $10,192.00.
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