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C -- ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER SERVICES

Department of the Air Force, Direct Reporting Units | Published August 5, 2002  -  Deadline September 6, 2002
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DOCUMENT TYPE: Presolicitation Notice SOLICITATION NUMBER: F05611-02-R-0032 ? FQ7000-2002-0191 RESPONSE DATE: 30 days + 2 days after FBO is posted 6 SEP 02, 1PM CLASSIFICATION: C -- Architect and Engineering Services The USAF Academy announces a Request for Quote (RFQ) for A-E firms interested in contracting for Architect-Engineer Services as mentioned in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; SF-254s and SF-255s are being requested. This announcement is open to all firms regardless of size. If a large business is selected for the contract, it must furnish a subcontracting plan IAW FAR 52.219-9 prior to contract award. The NAICS Code 54133 designates firms over $4 million in annual receipts to be considered large. All firms must be registered in the DOD Central Contractor Registration (CCR) prior to any award resulting from this contract. The government contemplates the award of a Firm-Fixed Price, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract in the JAN 2003 timeframe. Work under the contract is subject to satisfactory negotiation of individual delivery orders. Each contract will be for a period of one year and the government may, at its option extend the contract for 4 one-year option periods. The firm selected is guaranteed a Minimum of $5,000 in fees. DELIVERY ORDERS include A-E Title I, Title 2, and other Architect-Engineer Services for a broad variety of maintenance, repair, replacement of existing building and infrastructure systems, design of new systems, and new construction projects. Services required may be field investigations, recommendations, studies, reports, analysis, cost estimates, specifications, product research, record documents research, preparation of construction drawings, and presentation to coordinating agencies. Designs may require asbestos and lead based paint removal. Title 1 services involve facility assessments, architectural and engineering studies, site utilization studies and master planning, preliminary designs, design development, construction documents, specifications, construction estimates, design reviews of other A-E firms, value engineering studies reviews, and construction phase services. Title 2 Services involve supervision and inspection of construction for a specific project, including reviews and approvals of shop drawings and material selections. Construction management services, as-built services, and peer review services may be required of all A-Es. Contract covers all disciplines including architectural, historic preservation, landscape architecture, master planning, space planning, electrical distribution systems, mechanical systems, structural, civil geotechnical engineering, seismic, security systems, lighting systems, acoustical, chem-bio (NBC), information/telecommunications systems, cost estimating, food service, interior design, environmental, energy conservation and sustainability, fire protection and alarm systems, scheduling, value engineering, and vertical transportation, as well as routine administrative coordination of the various disciplines involved; and ascertaining and working within the government requirements and the applicable laws, codes, and standards. Familiarity with sustainable design through an integrated design approach is required. The preparation of construction documents via alternative documentation methods (e.g. design-bid-build plans, specifications, and design-build) is required. Construction documents shall be submitted with AutoCAD version 2000 or as specified by USAFA. PRESELECTION CRITERIA. Registered Professional Architect licensed in the State of Colorado. Submittals should list proposed consultants or associates to be used and should include the identification Numbers in the submitted SF-254 and SF-255 and accompanying cover letter for each of the major engineer disciplines. Offerors that fail to submit the required info or adequately address the required info may be rejected or receive a lower rating. SELECTION CRITERIA: In addition to SF-254 and SF-255 submittals, include a cover letter specifically addressing each of the below listed criteria in sequence (1) Specialized Experience, Expertise of the firm in facilities and large-scale academic complexes; (2) Professional qualifications of experienced key personnel and consultants; (3) Professional capacity of the firm to do the work in the required time; (4) Past performance of contracts both government and private; (5) Volume of work: Prior DOD Awards; specifically list all DOD contracts awarded the firm for the previous twelve months to include dollar amount; (6) Previous work at the United States Air Force Academy; (7) CADD capabilities (8) Location (physical location of the firm to the location of the projects) Evaluation factors are listed in descending order of importance. Factors (1), (2), and (3) are significantly more important; and factors (4), (5) and (6) are more important than factors (7) and (8). Selection of firms shall be through an order of preference based on qualifications necessary for the satisfactory performance of the type of professional services described above. ALL REQUIREMENTS of this announcement must be met for a firm to be considered responsive. Interested A-E firms that have the capabilities to perform the anticipated work must submit 2 copies of each the SF-254 and SF-255 (for the prime and for all consultants as listed in Block 6 of the prime firm?s SF-255) and the cover letter addressing the selection criteria. SF-254 must include Block 7: Firms with more than one office must provide addresses, telephone/FAX numbers and number of personnel for each office. SF-255 must include (1) The prime firm?s ACASS ID number, CEC, DUNS, and Central Contractor Registration number. (2) Block 4: Distinguish by discipline the number of personnel in the prime?s office (line B), and all consultants (line A), that will perform the work, and the total number of personnel for each line; (3) Block 7c: Each key person?s office address, including telephone/FAX numbers and e-mail addresses if different than as stated in Block 3 of the SF-255 or Block 1 of the SF-254. (4) Block 7f: Registrations must include state, year, and discipline; (4) Block 8: Descriptive project synopsis which best illustrates the prime?s qualifications relevant to this announcement. (5) Block 8c: Include a Point of Contact with current telephone/fax numbers and e-mail address for each projected listed. (8) Block 9 Include current workload and equitable distribution of work among A-E firms. (9) An organization chart indicating all key personnel (Prime and Consultants), to be utilized under this contract. The complete package must be received at the following address: 10 ABW/LGCA Contracting, ATTN: Carol Thompson, 8110 Industrial Dr STE 200, USAF Academy, CO 80840-2315. Contract Specialist is Carol Thompson at 719-333-4361. Submittal are due 6 SEP 2002 by 1:00 PM Mountain Time.

R -- Administrative Security Support Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published November 22, 2002
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The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville, Florida intends to solicit proposals for providing administrative security support services for Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, Naval Station Mayport, Florida and Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Georgia. Services include: vehicle pass and registration services, personnel identification and badging services, traffic court administrative services, parking regulation enforcement, security department admin support and general office administration. The proposal will be an OMB Circular A-76 Cost Comparison Study. The purpose of this study is to determine the most efficient and cost effective method of providing administrative security support services for the three bases listed above. In accordance with OMB Circular A-76, the offer determined to represent the best value to the Government will be compared to the Government?s proposal to perform the above services. Commercial proposals will not result in a contract if Government performance is determined to be more advantageous. The projected date for issuance of the solicitation is early January 2003. Please note that this is the same requirement that was earlier published under N68836-02-R-0008. If you responded to one of the earlier synopsis? for this procurement you do not have to respond again. If you are interested in receiving a copy of the solicitation please contact the contracting office or check back with the FedBizOpps website where the solicitation will be posted once released. This procurement is unrestricted. The NAICS code for this acquisition is 561110. When submitting requests, please refer to solicitation number N68836-03-R-0008. The contract for these services will have a base year period of one year, which will include a 60 day transition period. There will also be four (4) one-year options. All contractors must be CCR registered in order to be eligible for award.

73 -- Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals and Services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 4, 2003
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Please Note: DIVISION OF SCHEDULE 539 INTO 5 NEW SCHEDULES. Effective 3/31/03, the product/service programs under Multiple Award Schedule 539 � Solutions and More (SAM); Your Source for Recreational, Hospitality, Law Enforcement, Facilities, Industrial and Environmental Services and Products (Solicitation number 7FXP-D4-01-0539-B), will be realigned into 5 new Multiple Award Schedules. The new schedules reflect the Core Business Lines (CBL) for the General Products Acquisition Center; the following schedules are effective 4/1/03: Schedule 056, Buildings and Building Materials/Industrial Services and Supplies (Solicitation number 7FCI-F8-03-0056-B); Schedule 073, Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals and Services (Solicitation number 7FCM-C4-03-0073-B); Schedule 078, Sports, Promotional, Outdoor, Recreation, Trophies and Signs (SPORTS) (Solicitation number 7FCM-M5-03-0078-B); Schedule 084, Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, Fire, Rescue, Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response (Solicitation number 7FCI-L3-03-0084-B); and Schedule 736, Temporary Administrative and Professional Staffing (TAPS) (Solicitation number 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B). GSA is issuing the Solicitations for the new schedules electronically on March 14, 2003. Interested parties may access the Solicitations at www.fedbizopps.gov. The Solicitation for Schedule 539 SAM will be removed from FedBizOpps on March 13, 2003. Offers under the 539 SAM Solicitation will be accepted until March 14, 2003. After March 14, 2003, interested parties must submit completed Solicitations for schedules 056, 073, 078, 084, and 736

73 -- Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 13, 2003
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GSA MULTIPLE SCHEDULE (MAS) SOLICITATION. The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, Texas, is issuing a new solicitation effective 4/1/03 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. This site provides instructions for downloading the solicitation files. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-C4-03-0073-B (include the dashes). The solicitation is entitled Schedule 073 - Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services. The products/services addressed in this solicitation are: FSC Group 68 Chemicals and Chemical Products (Attachment 1); FSC Group 72 � Recycling Collection Containers and Waste Receptacles (Attachment 2); FSC Group 73 � Food Service Equipment, Supplies, and Services (Attachment 3); FSC Group 79 � Cleaning Equipment, Accessories, Janitorial Supplies, Cleaning Chemicals, and Sorbents (Attachment 4); and FSC Group 85 � Toiletries, Personal Care Items, Linens, and Lodging and Hospitality Supplies and Services, and Hospitality Wear (Attachment 5). The basic solicitation includes clauses, which are applicable to the solicitation/resultant contract. The basic solicitation has 12 attachments. Attachments 1-5 are product/services attachments; Attachment 6 addresses small business subcontracting plans; Attachment 7 addresses Commercial Services Subject to the Service Contract Act; Attachment 8 contains full text of clauses incorporated by reference; Attachment 9 contains information to be used after contract award to add additional items and to request EPA�s; Attachment 10 contains information to be used after contract award to add overseas delivery if it was not initially awarded; Attachment 11 is used to exercise an option to extend the term of the contract, and Attachment 12 pertains to terms and conditions for Leasing and Rentals. Offerors must complete and return the basic solicitation and all attachments applicable to the product/services, which they intend to offer. Attachment 8 should not be returned. This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding Fee provisions. The Trade Agreements clause applies to this solicitation. Small Business Set-Aside provisions are addressed in the individual product/services attachments to the solicitation. For questions regarding the Product Attachments, contact the following: Attachment 1 � Bonnie Bryson, 817-978-8633; Attachment 2 � Melissa Prieto, 817-978-4542 Attachment 3 � Mary Ann Swearingen, 817-978-2505 OR Pat Dawson, 817-978-4804 Attachment 4 � Gerri Winters, 817-978-8651 OR Donna Mylius, 817-978-3438 Attachment 5 � Melissa Prieto, 817-978-4542

R -- Temporary Administrative and Professional Staffing Services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 13, 2003
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GSA MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE SOLICITATION FOR TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL STAFFING SERVICES (TAPS):The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, TX, is issuing a solicitation effective 4/1/03 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at http://www.fedbizopps.gov. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B (include the dashes). The Schedule/Solicitation is entitled 736 Temporary Administrative and Professional Staffing Services.(TAPS). Solicitation 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B was previously 7FXP-D4-01-0539-B, Attachment 28. This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous, and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding provisions. This is 100% set aside for Small Businesses. We actively solicit offers from 8(a) firms for the products/services found under this MAS solicitation.

73 -- 73 - Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published March 14, 2003
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GSA MULTIPLE SCHEDULE (MAS) SOLICITATION. The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, Texas, is issuing a new solicitation effective 4/1/03 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. This site provides instructions for downloading the solicitation files. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-C4-03-0073-B (include the dashes). The solicitation is entitled Schedule 073 - Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services. The products/services addressed in this solicitation are: FSC Group 68 Chemicals and Chemical Products (Attachment 1); FSC Group 72 � Recycling Collection Containers and Waste Receptacles (Attachment 2); FSC Group 73 � Food Service Equipment, Supplies, and Services (Attachment 3); FSC Group 79 � Cleaning Equipment, Accessories, Janitorial Supplies, Cleaning Chemicals, and Sorbents (Attachment 4); and FSC Group 85 � Toiletries, Personal Care Items, Linens, and Lodging and Hospitality Supplies and Services, and Hospitality Wear (Attachment 5). The basic solicitation includes clauses, which are applicable to the solicitation/resultant contract. The basic solicitation has 12 attachments. Attachments 1-5 are product/services attachments; Attachment 6 addresses small business subcontracting plans; Attachment 7 addresses Commercial Services Subject to the Service Contract Act; Attachment 8 contains full text of clauses incorporated by reference; Attachment 9 contains information to be used after contract award to add additional items and to request EPA�s; Attachment 10 contains information to be used after contract award to add overseas delivery if it was not initially awarded; Attachment 11 is used to exercise an option to extend the term of the contract, and Attachment 12 pertains to terms and conditions for Leasing and Rentals. Offerors must complete and return the basic solicitation and all attachments applicable to the product/services, which they intend to offer. Attachment 8 should not be returned. This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding Fee provisions. The Trade Agreements clause applies to this solicitation. Small Business Set-Aside provisions are addressed in the individual product/services attachments to the solicitation. For questions regarding the Product Attachments, contact the following: Attachment 1 -- Bonnie Bryson, 817-978-8633; Attachment 2 -- Melissa Prieto, 817-978-4542 Attachment 3 -- Mary Ann Swearingen, 817-978-2505 OR Pat Dawson, 817-978-4804 Attachment 4 -- Gerri Winters, 817-978-8651 OR Donna Mylius, 817-978-3438 Attachment 5 -- Melissa Prieto, 817-978-4542

C--Architect and Engineering Services - Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published June 19, 2003  -  Deadline July 21, 2003
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NA Contract Information: The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the services of Architect-Engineer firms for a minimum of one and a maximum of four Multidiscipline Indefinite Delivery Contracts (large projects). Architect-Engineer Firms should note that this announcement is a change over the Savannah Districts previous policy for selection of Architect-Engineering firms. In lieu of a single annual announcement, an announcement for Architect-Engineer services will be made every quarter or as needed. Architect-Engineer firms will be required to resubmit their statements of qualifications (SF 254 and SF 255) for each quarterly announcement. Offerors are cautioned to read the announcement in its entirety. Contracts awarded as a result of this announcement will be administered by Savannah District for use on federal projects (civil and military) under its jurisdiction and, if requested, for other Corps of Engineers Districts within the South Atlantic Division. Contract limits and contract size will be determined at the time of selection. Typically, each contract will consist of a base ordering period and two option periods, each period not to exceed one year, for a total of three years maximum. An option may be exercised before the expiration of the base contract period (or option period) if the contract amount has been exhausted or nearly exhausted. The total of all task orders during each ordering period may not exceed $1,000,000. Individual task orders may not exceed $1,000,000. The total amou nt of each contract over the three-year ordering period may not exceed $3,000,000. Task Orders will be primarily for large projects with a construction value greater than $2 million, however as required, smaller projects may be executed under these contrac ts. These task orders are firm fixed priced. This announcement is open to all businesses. Small businesses are encouraged to team with other small businesses. The firm must be capable of responding to and working on multiple task orders concurrently. Propo sals will be evaluated on each of the criteria factors listed below. Each factor will be assigned a rating from outstanding to unsatisfactory based on the risk to the government that the offeror will successfully perform the factor being evaluated. An over all consensus rating will be given to each submission. Contracts may be issued up to one year after selection approval. Award will be made to the firm(s) determined to be most highly qualified. The number of contracts that will be issued will be dependent on the amount of work that will be required. None of these projects are yet authorized and funds are not presently available. Assignment of individual task orders to the contracts with identical scopes of work will be based upon the following factors: (1) Performance and quality of deliverables under the current IDC contracts, (2) Current capacity of the firm to accomplish the task order in the required time, (3) Proximity of the firm to the project site and familiarity with design criteria/codes and constr uction methods used at the locality (4) Equitable distribution of work among identical contracts. The NAICS is 541330; size standard $4 million. This announcement is open to all firms regardless of size. Large business firms that intend to do any subcontra cting must convey their intent to meet the minimum small business goals on the SF 255, Block 6, by identifying subcontracting opportunities with small business. If selected, the large business offeror will be required to submit a Small Business Subcontract ing Plan in accordance with FAR 52-219.9 and DFARS 219.704/705 as a part of the Request for Proposal package. The following subcontracting goals are the minimum acceptable goals to be included in the subcontracting plan. OF THE SUBCONTRACTED WORK, 57.2% TO SMALL BUSINESS; 8.9% TO SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS (A COMPOSITE OF SMALL BUSINESS); 8.1% TO WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS (A COMPOSITE OF SMALL BUSINESS); 3% HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS (A COMPOSITE OF SMALL BUSINESS); 3% TO SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS (A COMPOSITE OF SMALL BUSINESS). Written justification must be provided if the minimum small business goals cannot be met. The small business subcontracting plan will be evaluated in accordance with AFAR 19.7, Appendix DD. The plan is not required with this submittal, but will be required with the fee proposal of the firm selected for negotiations. For additional information, please contact Gwen Parker at (91 2) 652-5340. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the DoD Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Register via the CCR Internet site at http://www.ccr.gov or by contacting the DoD Electronic Commerce Information Center at 1-800-3 34-3414. NOTES: (1) While the Savannah District does not have a specific target for subcontracting with Veteran Owned Small Businesses, this must be addressed in any subcontracting plan. (2) Service-disabled Veteran Owned Small Business is a composite of V eteran Owned Small Business target. The SD/VOSB target must be included in the Veteran-Owned small business target. Project Information: Work may consist of preparation of reports, studies, project planning, design criteria, cost estimates utilizing the MC ACES software, specifications, designs, and other general A-E services for multi-disciplined new construction and renovations projects for military and other government agencies. The work primarily consists of the design of new vertical construction on fac ilities commonly found at military installations (barracks, dining facilities, offices, training facilities, equipment maintenance facilities, labs, etc.) as well as some smaller horizontal construction projects (airfields, roads, ranges, etc.). The firm m ay be required to provide construction phase and other services that may include preparation of operation and maintenance manuals, shop drawing review, and commissioning/start-up/fit-up design support. All design CADD files must be delivered in the (*.dgn) format. If the use of scanned files is required, the scanned files must be converted to (*.dgn) format for delivery. All design must comply with the Savannah District Design Manual and individual Installation Design Guides. ** Selection Criteria: See Note 24 for general selection criteria. Factors listed below will be rated based on a relative weighting as follows: **** Significantly More Important - means that the factor is at least two times greater in value than another factor. More Important -means tha t the factor is greater in value than another factor but less than two times greater . Equal - means that the factor is of the same value or nearly the same as another factor. For this solicitation, Technical Competence and Past Performance are weighted eq ually and each factor individually is more important than Key Personnel and Work Management and significantly more important than the other individual factors. Key Personnel and Work Management are weighted equally and each factor individually is more impo rtant than Knowledge of the Locality, Small Business Utilization and Volume of DoD Contract Awards. Knowledge of the Locality, Small Business Utilization and Volume of DoD Contract Awards are weighted equally. ** Each criteria should be submitted FOR THE O FFICE AND/OR EMPLOYEE PERFORMING THE WORK in lieu of other offices/employees for firms in multiple locations. For firms that have offices in multiple locations, evidence of meeting the criteria should be presented for the office and/or employee that would actually be performing the work in response to this announcement. It is recognized that for firms with multiple locations, a project team may be formed from personnel from more than one office. If more than one office is represented, the Selection Board wi ll consider under the Work Management Plan the performance risk associated with that team not being co-located and the geographical proximity to the supported p rojects. ** Factor 1 - TECHNICAL COMPETENCE. The firm must demonstrate through specific data supplied in Blocks 7, 8 and 10 of the SF 255 specialized and technical competence in (in descending order of importance within this category): ** Design of new fac ilities or utility systems of various types, sizes and complexities; ** Design of projects on Army, Air Force or Navy facilities. ** Preparation of the development of the technical information for design-build request for proposals; ** Sustainable design u tilizing the SPiRiT or LEED rating tools. ** Rehabilitation of existing facilities or utility systems, also, of various types, sizes and complexities; ** Application of Force Protection criteria; ** Cost engineering utilizing the MCACES software; ** Constr uction phase services including shop drawing review and preparation of O&M manuals. ** Technical competence will be judged based on a minimum of satisfactory performance and experience of the firm and its design team, longevity and previous working relatio nships between the working parties on similar projects, and most recent firm and employee history of experience on similar projects. Interrelationships between Blocks 7, 8 and 10 of the SF 255 are encouraged. ** Factor 2 - PAST PERFORMANCE. Past performanc e on DoD and other contracts with respect to qualityof work, compliance with performance schedules and cost control. Indication of favorable performance ratings, awards, and repeat clientele in Block 10 of SF255 is recommended. Past performance will be bas ed on ACASS ratings and other data presented by the offeror or as determined by the Government. ** Factor 3 - WORK MANAGEMENT. A proposed management plan shall be presented which shall include an organization chart and briefly address management approach, team organization, quality control procedures, cost control, coordination of in-house disciplines and consultants, and prior relationships of the prime firm and any of their significant consultants on similar projects. The SF 255 shall clearly indicate the primary office where the work will be performed and the staffing at this office. Any work not done out of the primary office shall be addressed within this work management plan. The length of time the offeror has been working under this work management pl an should be identified. ** Factor 4-KEY PERSONNEL. Key personnel should be listed in Block 7 and should contain resumes with an indication of professional registration and the office location. Disciplines that are required to be registered and licensed ar e: Architect, civil engineer, electrical engineer, structural engineer, mechanical engineer, fire protection engineer, geotechnical engineer, land surveyor, and certified industrial hygienist. Other key disciplines that shall be presented are: project mana ger, interior designer, cost estimator, and landscape architect. The fire protection engineer shall be a registered professional engineer, have a minimum of five years experience dedicated to fire protection engineering, and one of the following: (a) a deg ree in Fire Protection Engineering from an accredited university, (b) have passed the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveys (NCEES) fire protection engineering examination, or (c) be registered in an engineering discipline related to fi re protection. The evaluation of these disciplines will consider education, training, overall and relevant experience and longevity with the firm. The availability of an adequate number of personnel in the key disciplines shall be presented to insure that the firm can meet the potential of working on multiple task orders simultaneously. Two resumes for architectural, structural, civil, electrical and mechanical disciplines should be presented. Other available disciplines should be shown on the SF255 by the total number available for utilization on task orders assigned under this contract. Please disregard the *to be utilized* statement at Block 4 of SF255. Rather, in Column 4. (B), IN-HOUSE PERSONNEL, only indicate the number of personnel located in the specific office submitting the SF255. All others, including person nel from branch offices in other locations, are to be indicated as consultants in Column 4(A). ** Factor 5 - KNOWLEDGE OF LOCALITY. Knowledge of locality as it pertains to design and construction methods of military projects in the geographic area where the work is anticipated to be accomplished. ** Factor 6 - SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION. Degree of p articipation of all types small business as prime contractor , subcontractor or joint venture partner. ** ALL OFFERORS are required to provide a narrative discussion of their plan for utilization of small and small disadvantaged businesses. At a minimum, t he narrative shall discuss: ** Goals for subcontracting with small and small disadvantaged businesses in sufficient detail to allow Government evaluators to determine that these goals are realistic, justifiable, positive, and in accordance with the Governm ents policy to maximize opportunities for these types of businesses. ** The extent to which small disadvantaged businesses, and where appropriate, historically black colleges and universities/minority institutions (HBCU/MI) have been identified for partici pation as part of the Offerors team. ** The Offerors past and present commitment to providing subcontracting opportunities and encouragement to small and small disadvantaged businesses. ** Factor 7 - VOLUME OF DOD CONTRACT AWARDS. Volume of DoD contract aw ards in the last 12 months as described in Note 24. ** SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Responses on file from last years announcement will be discarded. ALL FIRMS desiring consideration MUST SUBMIT a NEW response. Firms desiring consideration shall submit ONE (1) copy of SF255 (11/92 VERSION ONLY) for prime and ONE (1) copy of SF254 (11/92 VERSION ONLY) for prime and each consultant and a CD (Word or Adobe) of the entire submittal to the following address: U.S. Army Engineer District, Savannah, ATTN: CESAS-EN-ES ( Sherry Turner), 100 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA 31402-0889. Receipt of SF255/SF254 information will be due no later than on 21 July 2003. BLOCK 10 OF SF 255 SHALL NOT EXCEED 10 PAGES PRINTED ONE SIDE OR 5 DOUBLE SIDED PAGES. FONT SIZE SHOULD NOT B E ANY SMALLER THAN 10. FIRMS MUST INCLUDE PRIMES ACASS NUMBER FOR THE OFFICE PERFORMING THE WORK in block 3b of SF255. For ACASS information, call (503) 808-4591. FACSIMILE SUBMITTALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Cover letters and extraneous materials (brochures, etc.) will not be considered. Firms selected will be required to submit a design Quality Assurance Plan concurrently with their fee proposal. Information on what is to be contained in this plan will be furnished upon notification of selection. Firms respo nding to this announcement are requested not to transmit this plan with their SF255. ****PHONE CALLS are DISCOURAGED unless ABSOLUTELY necessary. ****PERSONAL VISITS for the purpose of DISCUSSING this announcement WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED. ****THIS is NOT a R EQUEST for a PROPOSAL.

R -- Administration and Pass & ID

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published August 12, 2003  -  Deadline September 26, 2003
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The Department of the Navy, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville, FL (FISC JAX) intends to solicit proposals for an OMB Circular A-76 Cost Comparison Study. This study is to determine the most efficient and cost effective method of providing Administrative and Pass & ID Support Services for Naval Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, MS. Government personnel are currently performing these services. In accordance with OMB Circular A-76, the offer determined to represent the best value to the Government will be compared to the Government�s proposal to perform the above services. Commercial proposals will not result in a contract if Government performance is determined to be more advantageous. These support services will include the following functional areas: Administrative Support Services, and Pass and ID. This acquisition will be conducted under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 561110, which establishes a $6 million as the threshold for small business size. A firm-fixed contract is anticipated. Evaluation will be based on a formal source selection plan, criteria to be provided in the solicitation. If contracted, the contractor performance will include a 60-day transition period with one-year base period and four one-year option periods. If the government performance is determined to be most advantageous the solicitation will be cancelled. The solicitation resulting from this announcement will be available on or about 28 August 2003 and copies can be obtained at the following Web Site: Federal Business Opportunities Web site: www.fedbizopps.gov or www.neco.navy.mil. No paper solicitations will be issued and interested parties are responsible for monitoring these sites to download the solicitation and any amendment thereof. Contract Specialist is Mattie Washington, Phone (904) 542-1082, Fax (904) 542-1095, at the following e-mail address mattie_J_washington@jax.fisc.navy.mil. The Government will not reimburse contractors for the cost of submitting information in response to this announcement. Contractors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR web site: https://www.ccr.dlis.dla.mil/ccr/scripts/index.html) prior to solicitation closing date.

R -- Temporary And Professional Staffing Services (TAPS)

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published August 14, 2003
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GSA MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE SOLICITATION FOR TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL STAFFING SERVICES (TAPS): The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, TX, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 8/15/03 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at http://www.fedbizopps.gov. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B (include the dashes). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous, and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding provisions. This is 100% set aside for Small Businesses. We actively solicit offers from 8(a) firms for the products/services found under this MAS solicitation.

65 -- X-Ray Equipment and Supplies (Includeing Medical and Dental X-Ray Film)

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Acquisition Center | Published September 18, 2003  -  Deadline July 31, 2004
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Federal Supply Schedule FSC Group 65, Part V, Section A, X-Ray Equipment and Supplies (Including Medical and Dental X-Ray Film), F.O.B. Destination within the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia and optional provisions for F.O.B. Destination to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Overseas location. Fixed-price Indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity type contracts with Economic Price Adjustment provision. Multiple Awards. Small business size standard of 500 applies. Issue date will be on or about August 1, 2003. Solicitation RFP-797-655A-03-0001 is a standing solicitation. The solicitation will be issued on an open-and-continuous basis and will not contain a closing date for receipt of offers. New offers may be submitted at any time. This Federal Supply Schedule will not have a prescribed beginning and ending date. The schedule period is continuous. There will be variable performance periods for individual contracts. Contract performance will commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years from that date, unless cancelled, terminated, or extended pursuant to any option provisions included in the contract. All contracts under this Multiple Award Schedule solicitation will include an option to extend the term of the contract. The option clause may be exercised more than once, but the total extension of the contract period shall not exceed five years. The Government will award contracts for identical brand name items when offers are determined to be fair and reasonable to the Government. Economic price adjustments will be allowed in conjuction with the contractor's commerical practices. The solicitation contains a Special Item Number (SIN) for the introduction of new products (INP). All contracts will include the Industrial Funding Fee requirement. See Note 12.

84--Schedule 084-Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facility Management Systems, Fire, Rescue, Special Purpose Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response

General Services Administration, Federal Supply Service (FSS) | Published January 14, 2004
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GSA MULTIPLE SCHEDULE (MAS) SOLICITATION. The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, Texas, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 1/15/04 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. This site provides instructions for downloading the solicitation files. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCI-L3-03-0084-B (include the dashes). The solicitation is entitled Schedule 084 � Total Solutions for Law Enforcement, Security, Facility Management Systems, Fire, Rescue, Special Purpose Clothing, Marine Craft and Emergency/Disaster Response.. The products/services addressed in this solicitation are: FSC Group 19, Marine Craft and Equipment, Inboard and Outboard Engines, Towable Bladders and Floating Marine Barriers, and Buoys (Attachment 01), FSC Group 42, Firefighting and Rescue Equipment, Urban and Wildland (Attachment 02), FSC Group 63, Alarm and Signal Systems/Facility Management Systems, Professional Security/Facility Management Services, and Guard Services (Attachment 03); FSC Group 84, Special Purpose Clothing (Attachment 04), and FSC Group 84, Law Enforcement and Security Equipment (Attachment 05). The basic solicitation includes clauses, which are applicable to the solicitation/resultant contract. The basic solicitation has 12 attachments. Attachments 1-5 are product/services attachments as described above. Attachment 6 includes full text of clauses incorporated by reference; Attachment 7 addresses Commercial Services Subject to the Service Contract Act; Attachment 8 is a Modification Package for use in adding new models/SINs after award, Attachment 9 is a Modification Package to add Overseas Delivery to an existing contract, Attachment 10 is an Option Package for use in Exercising the Option to Extend the Term of the Contract, Attachment 11 pertains to terms and conditions for Leasing and Rentals and Attachment 12 addresses small business subcontracting plans. Offerors must complete and return the basic solicitation and all attachments applicable to the product/services, which they intend to offer. Attachment 6 should not be returned. Please read the attachment entitled, Read Me, for information and instructions in completing the solicitation and attachment(s). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by another refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding Fee provisions. The Trade Agreements clause applies to this solicitation. No items are set aside for small business in this solicitation. For questions regarding the Product Attachments, contact the following: Attachment 01, Tracie Crowder at 817-978-8657, Attachment 02, Jamie Schueller at 817-978-8652, Attachment 03, Sheila Brannan at 817-978-8421, Mark Sims at 817-978-8655, Jamie Davis at 817-978-0202, or Larry Ginder at 817-978-8647, Attachment 04: Teresa Hill at 817-978-8666, and Attachment 05, Gary Arwood at 817-978-2515, Jeri Reitz at 817-978-8377 or Jo Ann Stanley at 817-978-8668.

R -- Professional, administrative, and management support services

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published April 15, 2004
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GSA MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE SOLICITATION FOR TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL STAFFING SERVICES (TAPS): The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, TX, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 4/15/04 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at http://www.fedbizopps.gov. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B (include the dashes). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous, and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding provisions. This is 100% set aside for Small Businesses. We actively solicit offers from 8(a) firms for the products/services found under this MAS solicitation.

73 -- Food preparation and serving equipment

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published April 15, 2004
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GSA MULTIPLE SCHEDULE (MAS) SOLICITATION. The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, Texas, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 4/15/04 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. This site provides instructions for downloading the solicitation files. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-C4-03-0073-B (include the dashes). The solicitation is entitled Schedule 073, Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services. The products/services addressed in this solicitation are: FSC Group 68, Chemicals and Chemical Products (Attachment 1); FSC Group 72, Recycling Collection Containers and Waste Receptacles (Attachment 2); FSC Group 73, Food Service Equipment, Supplies, and Services (Attachment 3); FSC Group 79, Cleaning Equipment, Accessories, Janitorial Supplies, Cleaning Chemicals, and Sorbents (Attachment 4); and FSC Group 85, Toiletries, Personal Care Items, Linens, and Lodging and Hospitality Supplies and Services, and Hospitality Wear (Attachment 5). The basic solicitation includes clauses, which are applicable to the solicitation/resultant contract. The basic solicitation has 12 attachments. Attachments 1-5 are product/services attachments as described above; Attachment 6 addresses small business subcontracting plans; Attachment 7 addresses Commercial Services Subject to the Service Contract Act; Attachment 8 includes full text of clauses incorporated by reference; Attachment 9 contains information to be used after contract award to add additional items and to request EPAs; Attachment 10 consist of information to be used after contract award to add overseas delivery if it was not initially awarded; Attachment 11 is used to exercise an option to extend the term of the contract, and Attachment 12 pertains to terms and conditions for Leasing and Rentals. Offerors must complete and return the basic solicitation and all attachments applicable to the product/services, which they intend to offer. Attachment 8 should not be returned. Please read the attachment entitled, Read Me, for information and instructions in completing the solicitation and attachment(s). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by another refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding Fee provisions. The Trade Agreements clause applies to this solicitation. Small Business Set-Aside provisions are addressed in the individual product/services attachments to the solicitation. For questions regarding the Product Attachments, contact the following: Attachment 1: Donna Mylius at 817-978-8633; Attachment 2: Frank Wilson at 817-978-4542; Attachment 3: Melissa Prieto at 817-978-2505 OR Pat Dawson at 817-978-4804; Attachment 4: Gerri Winters at 817-978-8651 OR Marcos Meza at 817-978-3438; and Attachment 5: Frank Wilson at 817-978-4542.

36 -- Refreshed Copy of Solicitation No 3FNJ-C1-00-0001-B

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published April 26, 2004
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SOLICITATION REFRESH. A refreshed copy of the originally issued solicitation. SOLICITATION NUMBER FCGE-C1-00-0001-B, INCLUDING ALL REFRESHERS 1 THRU 5 HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO 3FNJ-CI-00-0001-B. THIS SOLICITATION WILL BE ISSUED ON OR AROUND APRIL 26, 2004. UNDER THIS SOLICITATION, THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS HAVE BEEN TERMINATED AND ARE NOW MANAGED BY THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRAION (GSA), REGION 2FY OFFICE: 19-1 - FILM. PAPER, CHEMICAL, PROCESSING EQUIPMENT FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC AND RADIOGRAPHIC APPLICATION 19-100 - PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS 19-120 - WEB-SITE PHOTO STORAGE SERVICES 20-130 - PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY SYSTEMS 20-316 - CAMERA AND ACCESSORIES 20-320 - PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES 262-53 - PRODUCT SUPPORT FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 51 224 - SHREDDING, DISINTEGRATOR AND INDUSTRIAL MACHINES

36--Refreshed Copy of Solicitation Number--3FNJ-C1-00-0001-B

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published May 20, 2004
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SOLICITATION REFRESH. A refreshed copy of the originally issued solicitation. This Refresh 6 has taken the place of refreshed solicitations 1 through 5. THIS SOLICITATION WILL BE ISSUED ON OR AROUND APRIL 26, 2004.UNDER THIS SOLICITATION, THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS (SIN) HAVE BEEN TERMINATED AND ARE NOW MANAGED BY THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA), REGION 2FY OFFICE: 19-1 - Film, Paper, Chemical, Processing Equipment for Photogrphic and Radiographic Application 19-100 - Photographic Services and Solutions 19-120 - Web-Site Photo Storage Services 20-130 - Photographic Laboratory Systems 20-316 - Camera and Accessories 20-320 - Photographic Digital Technologies 262-53 - Product Support for Photographic Products and Services 51-224 - Shredding, Disintegrator and Industrial Machines

65 -- Dental Equipment & Supplies

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Acquisition Center | Published May 28, 2004  -  Deadline January 1, 2005
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Solicitation of Federal Supply Schedule (FSS), FSC Group 65, Part II, Section C, Dental Equipment and Supplies. This soliication has been refreshed and issued on an open and continuous basis and will not contain a closing date for receipt of offer. New offers may be submitted at any time and the FSS performance period shall be continual. This soliciation will result in multiple-year indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery contracts with an Economic Price Adjustment Provision. The resultant contracts will be FOB Destination and will contain Industrial Funding Fee (IFF) provisions. The soliciation also includes an option to extend the term of the contract. The option clause may be exercised more than once, but the total of the contract period shall not exceed five years.

R -- Integrated Supply Services Support for Public Works Center Great Lakes

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published June 1, 2004
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The Fleet Industrial Supply Center Norfolk Detachment Philadelphia (FISC) intends to solicit for integrated supply services support of the Navy Public Works Center Great Lakes (PWCGL), Great Lakes, IL. PWCGL�s integrated supply services function is comprised of material support, inventory control, receipt, inspection, warehousing, delivery and billing services. The subject requirement also requires services to furnish building, electrical, plumbing and HVAC supplies, rebuilt, remanufactured and aftermarket automotive parts, tires, oil and bulk products and other miscellaneous open market items. It is anticipated that the Navy will solicit for a Firm Fixed Price, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract for a 12-month base period and four 12-month options. Interested vendors will be asked to submit price and technical proposals. The applicable NAICS Code for this requirement is 561210 with a size standard of $30 million. The solicitation shall be issued on an unrestricted basis and is open to all business concerns. This solicitation shall be posted on or after 16 June 2004 at the Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO) website (www.neco.navy.mil). The Government point of contact for this effort is John Stefano who can be reached at (215) 697-9608 or via e-mail at john.stefano@navy.mil.

73 -- Food preparation and servicing equipment

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published July 7, 2004
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GSA MULTIPLE SCHEDULE (MAS) SOLICITATION. The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, Texas, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 7/07/04 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at: http://www.fedbizopps.gov. This site provides instructions for downloading the solicitation files. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-C4-03-0073-B (include the dashes). The solicitation is entitled Schedule 073, Food Service, Hospitality, Cleaning Equipment and Supplies, Chemicals, and Services. The products/services addressed in this solicitation are: FSC Group 68, Chemicals and Chemical Products (Attachment 1); FSC Group 72, Recycling Collection Containers and Waste Receptacles (Attachment 2); FSC Group 73, Food Service Equipment, Supplies, and Services (Attachment 3); FSC Group 79, Cleaning Equipment, Accessories, Janitorial Supplies, Cleaning Chemicals, and Sorbents (Attachment 4); and FSC Group 85, Toiletries, Personal Care Items, Linens, and Lodging and Hospitality Supplies and Services, and Hospitality Wear (Attachment 5). The basic solicitation includes clauses, which are applicable to the solicitation/resultant contract. The basic solicitation has 12 attachments. Attachments 1-5 are product/services attachments as described above; Attachment 6 addresses small business subcontracting plans; Attachment 7 addresses Commercial Services Subject to the Service Contract Act; Attachment 8 includes full text of clauses incorporated by reference; Attachment 9 contains information to be used after contract award to add additional items and to request EPAs; Attachment 10 consist of information to be used after contract award to add overseas delivery if it was not initially awarded; Attachment 11 is used to exercise an option to extend the term of the contract, and Attachment 12 pertains to terms and conditions for Leasing and Rentals. Offerors must complete and return the basic solicitation and all attachments applicable to the product/services, which they intend to offer. Attachment 8 should not be returned. Please read the attachment entitled, Read Me, for information and instructions in completing the solicitation and attachment(s). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by another refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding Fee provisions. The Trade Agreements clause applies to this solicitation. Small Business Set-Aside provisions are addressed in the individual product/services attachments to the solicitation. Clause G-FSS-920 "Ordering Procedures for Services (Requiring a Statement of Work) (MAR 2003) is deleted in its entirety from this solicitation. However the requirement still exists, see FAR 8.4 for current schedule ordering procedures. For questions regarding the Product Attachments, contact the following: Attachment 1: Donna Mylius at 817-978-8633; Attachment 2: Frank Wilson at 817-978-4542; Attachment 3: Melissa Prieto at 817-978-2505 OR Pat Dawson at 817-978-4804; Attachment 4: Gerri Winters at 817-978-8651 OR Marcos Meza at 817-978-3438; and Attachment 5: Frank Wilson at 817-978-4542. Please note D&B open ratings reports are now required to be provided with each offer. Beginning August 7, 2004 only refresh 4 offers containing D&B Open Ratings Report will be accepted.

R -- Temporary Administrative and Professional Staffing Services (TAPS)

General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) | Published August 4, 2004
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GSA MULTIPLE AWARD SCHEDULE SOLICITATION FOR TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL STAFFING SERVICES (TAPS): The General Products Acquisition Center, Fort Worth, TX, is issuing a refreshed solicitation effective 7/07/04 electronically only. Interested parties may access the solicitation at http://www.fedbizopps.gov. Search using Solicitation Number 7FCM-N6-03-0736-B (include the dashes). This is a standing solicitation with no closing date for receipt of offers. This solicitation will remain in effect until it is replaced by a refreshed solicitation. The Federal Supply Schedule period is continuous, and will contain contracts with periods that commence on the date of award (DOA) and expire five years (exclusive of any options) from the DOA unless further extended pursuant to any option to extend the term of the contract, or cancelled sooner. This solicitation contains an option clause, Option to Extend the Term of the Contract (Evergreen), which allows the Government to extend the contract three additional five-year periods, not to exceed a total of twenty years. All contracts will be indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts with a $2500 guaranteed minimum for the contract period. All contracts to be awarded include Industrial Funding provisions. This is 100% set aside for Small Businesses. We actively solicit offers from 8(a) firms for the products/services found under this MAS solicitation. ). Clause G-FSS-920 "Ordering Procedures for Services (Requiring a Statement of Work) (MAR 2003) is deleted in its entirety from this solicitation. However the requirement still exists, see FAR 8.4 for current schedule ordering procedures.

S -- PRIVATIZATION OF APPLICABLE UTILITIES AT FORT GREELY, ALASKA, FORT RICHARDSON, ALASKA, FORT WAINWRIGHT, ALASKA

Defense Logistics Agency, Acquisition Management | Published March 15, 2005  -  Deadline March 31, 2005
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8(a) COMPETITIVE SET-ASIDE: This solicitation is being set aside for 8(a) companies in a competitive manner. A determination has also been made to not restrict this 8(a) competition geographically. All 8(a) certified firms are deemed eligible to submit offers. In addition, it has been determined that competition will not be restricted by stage (transitional or developmental) of 8(a) program participation. SBA Requirement Number: 7700-05-502762 The following NAICS codes apply: 221122, Electric Power Distribution 221112, Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation 221210 Natural Gas Distribution 221310 Water Supply & Irrigation Systems 221320 Sewage Treatment Facilities DESC: The Defense Energy Support Center (DESC), in conjunction with the United States Army, plans to offer the privatization of the central heat and power plant and electric, water, and wastewater systems at Fort Greely, Alaska; the central heat and power plant, and electric, natural gas, water, and wastewater systems at Fort Richardson, Alaska; and the central heat and power plant, and electric, water, and wastewater systems at Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Privatization is defined as the transfer of ownership and responsibility for the operations, maintenance, repair, future upgrades, and future utility system replacements. As a result of this solicitation, the firm will be selected to assume ownership of the above-mentioned utility systems. The successful firm will be required to provide expansions to the systems to meet future needs of the government. The resulting contract, if awarded, will require the Contractor to furnish all facilities, labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary to own, maintain, and operate the utility systems. The Contractor shall manage the maintenance, repairs, replacement, etc., of the systems to ensure continuous, adequate, and dependable service for each Government or tenant connection within the service area. The Contractor shall be responsible for funding all capital investments required to acquire, maintain and operate the utility systems in a safe, reliable condition and to meet the requirements listed in the contract. Offerors will not be required to submit offers on all of the utility systems and may submit offers on individual system(s) or on groups of systems on an all or none basis at Fort Richardson, Alaska. As for Fort Greely and Fort Wainwright, the systems must be taken on an all or none basis. For purposes of economic comparison required by 10 U.S.C. 2688, each system will be analyzed and considered for award separately. The Utility System being privatized is described as follows: Installations: Fort Greely, Fort Richardson, Fort Wainwright, Alaska Location: Fort Richardson, Alaska is located in Anchorage, AK; Fort Wainwright, Alaska is located in Fairbanks, AK; Fort Greely, Alaska is located in Delta Junction, AK. Utility Systems to be privatized: The following is provided only to give an approximation of the size, scope, and general description of the system. Any numbers should only be used for estimating purposes. The following system parameters are approximations. FORT GREELY, ALASKA (FGA) Fort Greely is located approximately 172 kilometers (107 miles) southeast of Fairbanks and just south of the community of Delta Junction in an unincorporated borough. Fort Greely is approximately 2,914 hectares (7,200 acres) (figure 3-1). The remainder of the former Fort Greely was transferred to Fort Wainwright, Alaska and remains under U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK) control. FGA has a working and resident population of approximately 820 persons. Description of Facilities: The utility systems consist of the following Capital Assets: A. Electrical Distribution System (EDS). B. Central Heat and Power Plant (CHPP) and Steam Distribution System (SDS). C. Potable Water Distribution System. D. Wastewater Collection System. FORT RICHARDSON, ALASKA (FRA) Installation Description: Fort Richardson is located in the City of Anchorage, Alaska and is the headquarters for the U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK). The cantonment area covers approximately 7,000 acres with the following utilizations: Land Use Existing Acreage % of Total Airfield 339 3.09 Maintenance 238 2.17 Industrial 383 3.49 Supply/Storage 1,624 14.79 Administration 84 0.76 Training Ranges 3,992 36.34 Unaccompanied Personnel Housing 64 0.58 Family Housing 272 2.48 Community Facilities 169 1.54 Medical 18 0.16 Outdoor Recreation 901 8.20 Open Space 2,868 26.11 Undevelopable Land 32 0.29 Fort Richardson�s population consists of approximately 2,118 authorized military personnel, 2,941 family members, 1,765 Army retirees, and 1,282 civilians. Family housing on the post totals 1,261 units. The major tenants stationed at Fort Richardson include: � USARAK Headquarters � 172nd Support Battalion � Alaska National Guard � Army Reserve � 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment � 562nd Engineer Battalion � 21st Signal Company � F-110th Military Intelligence Company � CRREL Anchorage Field Office Description of Facilities: The utility systems consist of the following Capital Assets: A. Electrical Distribution System (EDS). B. Natural Gas Distribution System. C. Potable Water Distribution System. D. Wastewater Collection System. FORT WAINWRIGHT, ALASKA (FWA) Installation Description. Fort Wainwright is located in the City of Fairbanks, Alaska. The cantonment area covers approximately 13,530 acres with the following utilizations: Land Use Existing Acreage % of Total Airfield 883 7.83 Maintenance 136 1.21 Industrial 228 2.02 Supply/Storage 1,352 11.99 Administration 72 0.64 Training Ranges 5,019 44.46 Unaccompanied Personnel Housing 131 1.16 Family Housing 407 3.61 Community Facilities` 241 2.14 Medical 47 0.42 Outdoor Recreation 1,428 12.67 Open Space 1,214 10.77 Undevelopable Land 123 1.09 Fort Wainwright�s population consists of approximately 4,378 authorized military personnel, 5,601 family members, 642 Army retirees, and 1,551 civilians. Family housing on the post totals 1,429 units with an additional 550 units of 801 leased housing located both on and off post. The major tenants stationed at Fort Wainwright include: � 172nd Infantry Brigade � Bassett Army Hospital � Alaska Fire Service (BLM) � Army Reserve Center � CRREL � CRTC (After FGA BRAC) � NWTC (After BRAC) � COPE THUNDER Support (AF) Description of Facilities: The utility systems consist of the following Capital Assets: A. Electrical Distribution System (EDS). B. Central Heat and Power Plant (CHPP) and Steam Distribution System (SDS). C. Potable Water Distribution System. D. Wastewater Collection System. NOTE: If further information is required on this prior to issuance of the RFP, please visit our website at : http://www.desc.dla.mil/DCM/DCMSolic.asp?SolicID=836 as all pertinent information is listed there in the RFI document. The Contractor(s) shall furnish all facilities, labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to own, maintain and operate the utility system(s) in a safe and reliable condition. The Contractor(s) shall manage the maintenance, repairs, replacement, etc., of the system(s) to ensure continuous, adequate, and dependable service for each Government or tenant connection within the service area. Real property interests will be conveyed in the form of a Real Estate Easement as an attachment to the RFP. The utility system(s) will be conveyed via a Bill of Sale upon award of the contract. Past performance information from potential Offerors shall be submitted as directed in the RFP. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered. In accordance with FAR Subpart 19.8 � Contracting with the Small Business Administration (The 8(a) Program), any award resulting from the solicitation will be made to an eligible small business concern provided that (1) at least two competitive offers are received from responsible small business concerns, and (2) award will be made at a fair market price. Interested sources shall contact Douglas Smith at 703-767-9409 to be added to our bidder mailing list. A copy of the solicitation will be available after issuance, on the Internet at the below listed URL. The solicitation will be available on or before March 31, 2005. LINKURL: http://www.desc.dla.mil/DCM/DCMPage.asp?pageid=246 LINKDESC: http://www.desc.dla.mil EMAILADD: douglas.g.smith@dla.mil Point of Contact Douglas Smith, Contract Specialist, Phone 703-767-9409, Fax 703-767-2382, Email douglas.g.smith@dla.mil Terri Workman, Contracting Officer, Phone 703-767-8130, Fax 703-767-2382, Email Terri.workman@dla.mil
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