05c SOW J3 (21 Dec 2021).docx


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Date Originally Posted
Dec. 22, 2021, 8:56 p.m.
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J3 Directorate of Operations

Manpower Augmentation

Statement of Work

21 Dec 2021


The Directorate of Operations (J3) provides fully capable Special Operations Forces (SOF) to defend the U.S. and its interests and synchronizes planning of global operations against terrorist networks. The J3 also provides the management of SOF, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) SOF, and Interagency (IA) partners designated to support Overseas Contingency Operations with operational planning to support indirect lines of operation with the most operationally relevant and accessible information. Joint Collective Training (J3-JCT) has the responsibility for planning, designing, coordinating, synchronizing and executing collective training and exercises across the USSOCOM Enterprise (including Sub-Unified Commands, Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) and Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), SOF Component Commands, Special Operations Joint Task Forces (SOJTFs), and SOF Battle Staffs). J3-JCT ensures US Special Operations Forces (SOF) are trained and ready to support Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCC) through unified action to execute the full range of SOF core activities and operations. J3-JCT facilitates the interdependence, integration, and interoperability (I3) among SOF, Conventional Forces (CF), Interagency (IA), and Partner Nations (PN) forces through exercises.


The overall purpose of this task is to provide contractor subject matter experts (SME) to augment manpower for J3 activities across all organizational functions.


The Contractor shall be responsible for meeting the following general requirements, as well as the specific support identified in Section 3.0.


The contractor shall be responsible for executing smooth transition and for ensuring fully qualified personnel are in place on day one of performance for each position. The contractor shall ensure no interruption of mission occurs during the transition period. Throughout the transition, it is essential that attention be given to minimize interruptions or delays to work in progress that would impact the mission.

The Government will coordinate with the contractor to ensure transfer of work control, delineating the method for processing and assigning tasks. The contractor shall provide weekly updates during the transition period (until all FTEs are in place) to ensure the Government is fully informed of the transition status and any issues that may be identified.


The contractor shall be responsible for providing qualified personnel that meet the required skills and qualifications as set forth in Table 4.1 of the SOW. The contractor shall ensure personnel are fully trained to meet mission requirements on day 1 of performance. Requests for qualification waivers will require approval of the COR and Contracting Officer.


The contractor shall address all performance issues and customer complaints to ensure the requirements defined in the SOW were met successfully 100% of the time.


A Full Time Equivalent for this task order equates to 1,920 hours per year. The contractor shall ensure any absences (including leave, medical emergencies, etc) lasting more than ten consecutive workdays are back-filled with a qualified candidate for the duration of the absence or until permanently filled. The contractor shall ensure fully qualified personnel are in place to fill vacancies IAW the Service Delivery Summary (SDS) when personnel depart this task order.

Surge capacity is defined as operational requirements which require additional contractor work hours to support operational needs or contingences. The contractor shall ensure that surge capacity, when approved by the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), is met by additional hours worked by contractor personnel currently assigned to the task order.Surge hours shall be scheduled as required during after-duty hours, weekends, and holidays.


All deliverables shall be delivered to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). Acceptance of deliverables shall be performed by the COR. The COR will evaluate deliverables for completeness, correctness, and operations sufficiency of content. If the COR determines a deliverable is unacceptable, the contractor shall correct all deficiencies within the timeframe stated by the COR. The acceptability of deliverables will be reflected in the contractor’s performance evaluation.


Telecommuting/telework is defined as authorization for an employee that generally works at the Government location, to work at an alternate location (i.e., at the employee’s home or Contractor location) either long term or temporarily. Long-term is defined as six or more months in duration. The Contractor shall provide a written request with appropriate rationale for COR approval prior to any telecommuting/telework. Telecommuting/telework requests shall be approved in writing on a case-by-case basis by the COR. Telecommuting/telework is generally customer specific. Government furnished equipment will be provided to accommodate teleworking. All additional office equipment, associated consumables and supplies including but not limited to printer, scanner, shredder, and media shall be provided by the Contractor. All telecommuting/telework expenses for equipment, setup, support, including but not limited to secure Internet and WiFi, modems and switches, telephone equipment and connectivity, and other equipment or services shall be borne by the Contractor. Operating costs associated with the Contractor using an alternate worksite shall not be assumed by the Government. Classified work is not authorized under telecommuting or the alternate worksite. Authorized telecommuting or alternate worksite locations does not abrogate the Contractor’s requirement for complying with the protection of information IAW DoD and USSOCOM regulations, Security, and Protection of Information IAW the PWS, contract clauses, and the TO DD Form 254.


Unless otherwise noted the following positions shall be located at HQ USSOCOM, MacDill AFB, Florida, or Naval Special Warfare Command, San Diego, CA.

3.1 Senior Finance Analyst (SFA)

This position will require an experienced individual with a range of budget and financial technical skills gained with experience in the SOF Enterprise due to the complexities associated with the analysis, planning, and execution functions required. Contractor personnel shall be responsible for tasks such as:

Support day-to-day analysis, tracking, planning, data gathering & integration and preparation of plans, reports, and strategies. Communicate and coordinate with stakeholders to develop decision packages and create and document programmatic requirements in such forms as the Program Execution Plans (PEP), Program-Budget Requests (PBR), Funds Allocation Requests, Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPR), Budget Execution Requests, and Budget Summary tabulation reports, etc.

Provide all manners and varieties of weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual financial reconciliation and reporting, including but not limited to, status of funds, standard transaction histories, Defense Travel System reports, Wide Area Workflow invoice analyses, Government Purchase Card expenditures, Contingent Liability Reports, to ensure resources are designated appropriately, accounted for during their execution, and reconciled for future use and reporting.

Provide financial analyses and fiduciary review to assure appropriate workforce planning, funds control guidance, and analytical technical assistance in all phases of the budgetary process. Collect data and conduct analysis and data management of measurements of effectiveness and measures of performance and readiness.

Coordinate spend plans; process, track, organize, and reconcile fiscal requests; assist counterparts in the J3, HQ, TSOCs and Components to identify and correctly articulate requirements and program issues and provide financial analysis and recommendations on processes that affect and impact budget-related matters.

Conduct training and/or staff assistance visits; align requirements to appropriate sources of funding; develop, package, process, and track new training financial results, impacts and/or trends.

Develop innovative methods to identify potential resourcing cost savings and process efficiencies. Assist in the development of program-specific reporting required by OSD in the Execution Management System; develop program strategies and plans and information papers and reports to support branch operations, assist decision makers, and summarize component and TSOC engagement, resources utilization; support Program Operations for government approval and submission.

Coordinate a recommended allocation of available programmed resources and document remaining shortfalls with correlated impact statements in Unfunded Requirements (UFRs) documents.

Monitor, perform analysis, and reconcile current and prior year commitments (to include OCO and funds received from alternate sources), execution, and obligation/de-obligation of J3 contract expenditures and travel. Recommend recalling of unobligated funding in time to reallocate available funds during EOY close out.

Provide analysis and reporting of: Major Force Program (MFP-11), Combatant Commanders’ Exercise Engagement (CE2) Training Transformation (T2) (CE2T2), and Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) funding programs.

Liaison with SOF Components, TSOCs, and Joint Staff (J7) to develop processes, procedures, and tools to collect requirements for access to specific funds, i.e., CJCS exercise lines of accounting for use in Geographical Combatant Command (GCC)-sponsored travel