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PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command – Pacific (NECCPAC) / N6

Date: 17/05/2022

Version: 1/1

1.0 General:

1.1 Scope: The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision,
transportation and quality control necessary to perform tasks, as defined in this PWS.

1.2 Background: Navy Expeditionary Combat Command – Pacific (NECCPAC) has information
technology (IT) equipment and associated peripheral items that requires removal, recycling
and/or final disposal to a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services Facility.
Government estimates there is approximately 6000 lbs of equipment ranging from
communications equipment racks, computer servers, Printers, Routers, Switches and
miscellaneous peripheral items. All equipment items are located on Navy Base Ventura County
(NBVC), Port Hueneme, CA 93043. IT equipment and associated peripheral items are stored in
Building 225, second floor and two (2) separate CONEX containers, one approximately 600
yards from Building 225, and the second located at Building 507, both on NBVC.

1.3 Period of Performance (PoP): This will be a one-time service contract requiring contractor to
prepare, process, pack, pick-up and transport the information technology (IT) equipment,
associated peripheral and miscellaneous equipment items (i.e. power cables, lose parts in storage
bins) to a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services Facility within 45 days from
award.

1.4 General Information:

1.4.1 Quality Assurance (QA):
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY (PRS)
The PRS plays an integral role in the administration of the contract. In addition to any applicable
inspection clauses or other related terms and conditions contained in the contract, the PRS shall
serve as a primary tool for inspection and acceptance of services as facilitated by the Contracting
Officer’s Representative (COR). Evaluation of the Contractor’s overall performance shall be in
accordance with the performance standards set forth in the PWS in its entirety but specifically
the PRS, and will be conducted by the COR or designated representative. The PRS constitutes a
material aspect of the contract and will not be changed or otherwise modified without prior
written approval of the Contracting Officer (KO).

The PRS establishes key elements of Contractor performance that represent “mission essential”
service requirements, which are identified in the table below in the “Service Output” column.
The “Performance Objective” column represents the standard against which Contractor
performance will be measured in relation to accomplishment of the corresponding service output.
The performance objective or “standard” describes the minimum acceptable level of service by
the Contractor for satisfactory performance. The “Acceptable Quality Level (AQL)” column
displays the maximum allowable deviation from the performance objective, which, if exceeded,
evokes the negative incentive specified in the table below.

Task

Performance
Objective

Survey IT equipment
earmarked for DLA
Disposal

The contractor shall
complete a physical
walkthrough

Inventory / Sort IT
equipment by
Nomenclature and
Type

Equipment is process
/ prepared IAW DLA
Turn-In Guidance

Palletize / Pack
equipment for
transport
Transport Equipment
to DLA Disposal

The contractor shall
inventory, physically
locate and move
equipment if
necessary to complete
pre-staged
Contractor shall
remove any
Classification labels
from equipment and
Hard Drives
Equipment packed /
staged for loading on
contractor vehicle
Vehicles loaded with
equipment and being
transported

Acceptable
Quality Level
(AQL)
Contractor shall
review all
equipment storage
locations
Equipment shall be
inventoried and
sorted no later than
(NLT) 15 days
after award of
contract
No Classification
labels or Hard
Drive in
inventoried / sorted
equipment
Equipment
awaiting transport

Equipment Deliver
to DLA Disposal
Facility

Method of
Surveillance

100% surveillance

100% surveillance

100% surveillance

100% surveillance

100% surveillance

1.4.2 Recognized Holidays: The following are recognized United States (US) holidays. The
contractor shall not perform services on these days:

American Holidays:
1.4.2.1 New Year’s Day: January 1st
1.4.2.2 Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
1.4.2.3 President’s Day
1.4.2.4 Memorial Day
1.4.2.5 Independence Day: July 4th
1.4.2.6 Labor Day
1.4.2.7 Columbus Day

1.4.2.8 Veteran’s Day: November 11th
1.4.2.9 Thanksgiving Day
1.4.2.10 Christmas Day: December 25th

1.4.3 Place and Performance of Services: The contractor shall provide services between the
hours of 0800-1500 Monday through Friday (Work-Period). No work will be performed on
recognized US holidays or when the Government facility/installation is closed due to local or
national emergencies, administrative closings, or similar Government-directed
facility/installation closings. Performance shall be at Navy Base Ventura County (NBVC), Port
Hueneme, CA. The contractor shall at all times maintain an adequate work force for the
uninterrupted performance of all tasks defined within this PWS when the Government
facility/installation is not closed for the above reasons. When hiring personnel, the contractor
shall keep in mind that the stability and continuity of the work force are essential.

1.4.3.1 Unscheduled gate closures by the Security Police may occur at any time causing all
personnel entering or exiting a closed installation to experience a delay. This cannot be predicted
or prevented. Contractors are not compensated for unexpected closures or delays. Vehicles
operated by contractor personnel are subject to search pursuant to applicable regulations. Any
moving violation of any applicable motor vehicle regulation may result in the termination of the
contractor employee’s installation driving privileges.

1.4.3.2 The contractor’s employees shall become familiar with and obey the regulations of the
installation; including fire, traffic, safety and security regulations while on the installation.
Contractor employees should only enter restricted areas when required to do so and only upon
prior approval. All contractor employees shall carry proper identification with them at all times,
and shall be subject to such checks as may be deemed necessary. The contractor shall ensure
compliance with all regulations and orders of the installation which may affect performance. The
Government reserves the right to direct the removal of an employee for misconduct, security
reasons, or any overt evidence of communicable disease. Removal of contractor employees for
reasons stated above does not relieve the Contractor from responsibility for total performance of
this contract.

1.4.4 Security Requirements. The contractor shall comply with all applicable installation/facility
access and local security policies and procedures, which may be obtained from the COR. The
contractor and all associated subcontractor employees shall provide all information required for
background checks to meet installation access requirements to be accomplished by installation
Provost Marshal Office, Director of Emergency Services or Security Office. The contractor shall
ensure compliance with all personal identity verification requirements as directed by Department
of Defense (DoD), and/or local policy. Should the Force Protection Condition (FPCON) change,
the Government may require changes in contractor security matters or processes.

1.4.4.1 Contractors do not require a Common Access Card (CAC), but require access to a DoD
facility or installation: Contractor and all associated sub-contractors employees shall comply
with adjudication standards and procedures using the National Crime Information Center
Interstate Identification (NCIC-III) and Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) and applicable
installation, facility and area commander installation/facility access, and local security policies

and procedures (provided by a government representative). The Contractor shall contact
NECCPAC/N6 Representative for entry to NBVC and facilities, and will be escorted while
performing work under this PWS.

1.4.4.2 Communications Security/Information Technology (COMSEC/IT) Security. All
communications with DoD organizations are subject to COMSEC review. All telephone
communications networks are continually subject to intercept by unfriendly intelligence
organizations. DoD has authorized the military departments to conduct COMSEC monitoring
and recording of telephone calls originating from, or terminating at, DoD organizations.
Therefore, the contractor is advised that any time contractor personnel place or receive a call on
a Government telephone they are subject to COMSEC procedures. The contractor shall ensure
wide and frequent dissemination of the above information to all employees dealing with DoD
information. The contractor shall abide by all Government regulations concerning the authorized
use of the Government's computer network, including the restriction against using the network to
recruit Government personnel or advertise job openings.

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