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Page 1 of 29 409th CSB Ver 6 20200319 ATTACHMENT I REVISED PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS) DRIVER/OPERATOR MAINTENANCE TRAINING COURSES ON THE UAH, MRAP, MATV, STRYKER COMMON CHASSIS SUSTAINMENT/MAINTENANCE AND JOINT LIGHT TACTICAL VEHICLE 7th ARMY TRAINING COMMAND COMBINED ARMS TRAINING CENTER 7ATC, CATC 30 August 2021 Part 1 General Information 1. General: This is a non-personal service(s) contract under which the personnel rendering the service(s) are not subject, either by the contract’s terms or by the manner of its administration, to the supervision and control usually prevailing in relationships between the Government and its employees.1.1 Description of Services/Introduction:  The mission of the Combined Arms Training Center (CATC) under this contract is to provide instructional services in Driver and Operator Maintenance Training, consisting of Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) as a train the trainer course. The courses are: (1) A three day course in Up-Armored HMMWV (UAH). (2) A one week certification course in the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP) either MAXXPRO DASH or MATV vehicle. (3) A two day familiarization course in a variant MRAP Vehicle, i.e. MAXXPRO or MATV type. (4) A one week Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTVA1) course. (5) A two week Stryker Common Chassis Sustainment/Maintenance Course (SCCSM). (6) A two week Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTVA1) Maintainer course. 1.1.1 These courses shall be provided to Soldiers of U.S. Army Coalition partner organizations and for USAREUR units, as part of their deployment preparation and when needed. The SCCSM Course shall be provided as needed and requested to owners of the Stryker Vehicle, mainly 2nd Cavalry Regiment (2CR) personnel. Page 2 of 29 409th CSB Ver 6 20200319 1.1.2 The contractor shall provide all required staff, faculty, supervision, and printed instructional material to include the student workbooks, practical exercises, and instructor lesson plans not otherwise provided by the Government. The Government will not exercise any supervision or control over the contract service providers performing the services herein. Such contract service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn is responsible to the Government. 1.2 Background: The Combined Arms Training Center (CATC) manages and conducts the USAREUR Institutional Training Program. The MRAP Driver/Operator Maintenance program is part of CATC’s contracted training program since about Oct 2008. The Stryker Common Chassis Sustainment/Maintenance course is taught by contract since Oct 2017. The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTVA1) is part of this program since February 2021. 1.3 Scope: The Contractor shall provide non-personal services by providing standardized Driver/Operator Maintenance Training (train the trainer) courses on the UAH, MRAP and the MATV, and JLTVA1. SCCSM training on the Stryker Vehicle, and JLTVA1 maintainer training. Instruction shall be in conformity with the principles and concepts contained in the Government’s programs of instruction (POIs) and shall be delivered in the English language. 1.4 Objectives: The courses shall be provided to soldiers of U.S. Army Coalition partner organizations and for USAREUR units, as part of their deployment preparation to prevent accidents and to ensure soldiers are familiar and licensed on these tactical vehicles. The SCCSM course shall be provided to prevent a training and maintenance shortfall, which could influence 2CR mission. Training will be conducted at CATC, Vilseck/Grafenwoehr training area, Germany or on site as required. 1.5 General Information 1.5.1 Quality Control Plan (QCP): The Contractor shall develop and maintain a QCP to ensure services are performed in accordance with (IAW) this PWS. The Contractor shall develop and implement procedures to identify, prevent, and ensure non-recurrence of defective services. The Contractor's QCP is the means by which it assures that the work provided complies with the requirements of the contract. The Contractor’s proposed QCP shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for review within thirty (30) calendar days after date of contract award. (A.001). The Government will review and either notify the Contractor in writing of acceptance of the plan or return their comments to the Contractor within ten (10) calendar days. If the Government has provided comments, the Contractor shall then have ten (10) calendar days to submit a Final QCP. After receipt of the Final QCP, the Contractor may receive the Contracting Officer’s acceptance in writing. Any proposed changes to the accepted QCP are required to be resubmitted for acceptance by the Contracting Officer no later than ten (10) calendar days prior to the anticipated change and before implementation by the Contractor (A.002). The timeline noted above will apply for review and acceptance for proposed changes. At a minimum, the QCP must include and answer the following to be acceptable: a.A chart showing the organizational structure and lines of authority, the names, qualifications, duties,responsibilities, and classification of each member of the Contractor's Quality Control Team. b.How will the Contractor monitor work to ensure that performance complies with all deliverables (etc.timelines, deadlines, and goals)? c.How will the Contractor monitor work to ensure that performance complies with all specifications andrequirements of the contract, including clauses? Page 3 of 29 409th CSB Ver 6 20200319 d.How will the Contractor monitor and ensure staff qualifications remain current and valid includingDOCPER processes/approvals throughout contract performance? e.How will the Contractor ensure all keys issued will remain controlled items (Paragraph 1.7 Key Control)?f.How will the Contractor inventory and track maintenance of all Government Provided Equipment /Materials? g.How will the Contractor identify, investigate, and correct any non-conforming performance and preventsimilar deficiencies in the future? h.How will the Contractor file and save all Quality Control related documents for the life of the contractplus 5 years? 1.5.1.1 Reserved 1.5.1.2 The Contractor shall inform the COR of issues or potential issues that might affect the performance within 48 hours of identifying those issues. Verbal reports shall be followed up by written reports within ten (10) calendar days. 1.5.2 Quality Assurance: The Government will evaluate the Contractor’s performance under this contract in accordance with the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). This plan is primarily focused on what the Government must do to ensure that the Contractor has performed in accordance with the performance standards. It defines how the performance standards will be applied, the frequency of surveillance, and the acceptable quality levels (performance thresholds). 1.5.3 Recognized Holidays: The contractor shall perform on German holidays and shall not perform on US holidays unless specifically requested on exceptions. 1.5.3.1 U.S. Holidays: New Year’s Day January 1st M.L. King Memorial Day 3rd Monday in JanuaryPresidents Day 3rd Monday in February Memorial Day last Monday in MayIndependence Day July 4th Labor Day 1st Monday in SeptemberColumbus Day 2nd Monday in October Veteran’s Day November 11thThanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November Christmas Day December 25th 1.5.3.2 Host Nation Holidays: The German national and local holidays are New Year’s Day 01 January Three King's Day (Only in Baden Wurttemberg and Bavaria) 06 January Good Friday varies yearly Easter Monday varies yearly Labor Day 01 May Ascension Day varies yearly Whit Monday varies yearly Corpus Christi (Only in Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Hessen, Nordrhein- Westphalia,Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland) varies Assumption Day (Only in Saarland and Roman Catholic areas of Bavaria) 15 August Day of German Unity 03 October All Saints' Day (Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland) 01 Nov 1st Christmas 25 December 2nd Christmas Day 26 December 1.5.4 Operating Hours: The contractor shall establish work schedules, which will provide adequate staffing to meet all requirements of this contract. At a minimum, the contractor shall be expected to deliver two (2) courses of Page 4 of 29 409th CSB Ver 6 20200319 instruction simultaneously between 0730 and 1730 hours, Monday through Friday, with the exception of federal American holidays. Hours of instruction will be determined by the schedule submitted to the contractor. On occasion, if no other way possible, courses might have to be conducted on the weekend and on American holidays. 1.5.4.1 Government Facility Office Hours: Reserved 1.5.4.2 Government Facility Operating Hours: Reserved 1.5.4.3 Contractor Support Hours: Reserved 1.5.4.3.1 Contractor Work Plan: Reserved 1.5.5 Training Holidays: USAREUR has historically granted military personnel training holidays as compensation for time that they spent in field training. These are typically combined with regular holiday leave schedules (for example, Christmas half days or day on day off schedules). Training holidays may affect access to military operated facilities. If scheduled work or access to facilities is required, coordination with occupants will be necessary or the work in affected facilities shall be rescheduled after the training holiday. However, announced training holidays or exodus of military personnel may provide the Contractor with an opportunity for unrestricted access to facilities and areas. The Contractor shall take full advantage of such opportunities by planning maintenance or actions that are better accomplished when such areas are vacant. 1.5.6 Place of Performance: The work to be performed under this contract will be provided mostly at the CATC resident training site located at the Rose Barracks, Vilseck