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1.02 MLO Support Services Draft PWS.pdf

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PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT
Material Liaison Office (MLO) Operations and Management Support
For 30th Naval Contraction Regiment (30th NCR) and Naval Construction Group One (NCG 1), Code N3/7
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Port Hueneme, California
SCOPE: The position requires working for the Naval Construction Group ONE and 30th Naval
Contraction Regiment in Port Hueneme, California, performing Material Liaison Office (MLO) technician services
in support of military personnel working at the N3/7 Logistics Department and 30th NCR R4 located at 1165 Pacific
Rd, Building 225 Port Hueneme, CA 93043. MLO services will be provided to the Logistics Department, which
also includes supporting the personnel working at the Seabee Technical Training (STT) Division of the Facilities
Division. The position will also provide continuity of operations when training units deploys to Fort Hunter Liggett
training site and forward area of operations overseas.

1.1 CONTRACT OVERVIEW

1.1.1 This is a performance base Statement of Work.

ACRONYMS

 AO
 AQL
 ACOR
 COMNAVCRUITCOMINST
 CNO
 COMSECONDNCB
 COMTHIRDNCB
 CONUS
 COR
 COTR
 DGR
 DODAAC
 DOD
 DD254
 DFWP
 DON
 DISCO
 DONCAF
 EDA
 E-QIP
 FAR  FAD
 FOIA
 GFM

FD-258

Administrative Officer

Acceptable Quality Level

Alternate Contracting Officer Representative

Commander, Navy Recruiting Command Instruction

Chief of Naval Operations

Commander, Second Naval Construction Brigade

Commander, Third Naval Construction Brigade

Continental United States (excludes Alaska and Hawaii)

Contracting Officer Representative

Contracting Officer Technical Representative

Designated Government Representative

Department of Defense Activity Address Code

Department of Defense

Department of Defense Contract Security Requirement List

Drug Free Work Place

Department of the Navy

Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office

Department of Navy, Central Adjudication Facility

Electronic Document Access Program

Electronic Questionnaire for Investigation Processing

Federal Acquisition Regulation

Finger Print Cards

Facility Security Officer

Facility Access Determination

Freedom Of Information Act

Government Furnished Material

 HSPD-12

INST

JPAS

ISSOP

INCONUS
    KO
 MLO
 NCBC
 NACI
 NACLC
 NAVSUPINST
 NBVC
 NEC
 NISP
 OCONUS
 ODC
 OPM
 OPNAV
 ORI
 PES
 PGI
 PMM
 PMP
 POC
 POV
 PWS
 QAE
 QASP
 QC
 QCP
 SAAR-N
 SBU
 SCI
 SF85
 SF85P
 SF86
 SOW
 TA

Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 – Policy for a
Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and
Contractors
Information Assurance

National Agency Check with Local Agency and Credit Checks

Outside Continental United States (includes Alaska and Hawaii)

In Accordance With

In Continental United States

Instruction

Inspection Report

Inter-Service Supply Operations Program

Joint Personnel Adjudication System

Contracting Officer

Material Liaison Office

Naval Construction Battalion Center

National Agency Check with Inquiries

Naval Supply Instruction

Naval Base Ventura County

Navy Enlisted Classification

National Industrial Security Program

Other Direct Cost

Office of Personnel Management

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations

Operational Readiness Inspections

Performance Evaluation Summary

Personal Gear Issue

Project Material Management

Project Management Plan

Point Of Contact

Privately Owned Vehicles

Performance Work Statement

Quality Assurance Evaluator

Quality Assurance Surveillance Program

Quality Control

Quality Control Plan

System Authorization Access Request – Navy

Sensitive, but Unclassified

Sensitive Compartmented Information

Questionnaire For Non-Sensitive Positions

Questionnaire For Public Trust Positions

Questionnaire For National Security Positions

Statement of Work

Technical Assistant

 ULTRA S
 USCIS
 VAR

2.0.1 APPLICABLE DIRECTIVES

Unit Level Training Assessment Sustainment

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

Visitor Authorization Request

 Contractor employees shall NCG 1 Port Hueneme safety and health standards consistent with the

requirements of OPNAVINST 5100 series, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program.

 Navy Tactical Reference Publication (NTRP) 4-04.2.5, Construction Project Management
 NAVSUP P-485 – Naval Supply Procedures
 COMNECCINST 4400 – Force Supply Manual
 SECNAVINST 4440.31C – Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment and Materials

Handling Equipment

 NAVSUP P-538, Management of Materials Handling Equipment (MHE)
 NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment
 OPNAVINST 5100.23, Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program Manual
 SECNAVINST 5100.10J – Department of the Navy Policy for Safety, Mishap Prevention, Occupational

Health and Fire Protection Programs

 OPNAVINST 3120.32C – Standard Operation and Regulations of U.S. Navy
 SECNAVINST M5210.1 – Records Management Manual
 SECNAVINST M5210.2 – Department of Navy, Navy Records
 DOD 7000.14 – Financial Management Regulations
 OPNAVINST 4650.15 – Issuance of the Navy Passenger Transportation Manual
 FAR 31.205-46 – Federal Acquisition Regulation – Travel Costs (Contractor)
 OPNAVINST 3000.13C – Personnel Tempo of Operations Program
 NAVSUP P-538, Management of Materials Handling Equipment (MHE)
 NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment
 CFR 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Labor
 CFR 40, Code of Federal Regulations, Protection of Environment
 CFR 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Transportation
 OPNAVINST 4440.26 – Government Furnished Material (GFM) in the DOD Supply System

 NAVSUPINST 4423.29 – Assignment and Application of Uniform Source, Maintenance, and

Management

Recoverability Codes

 COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 4400.1D – Logistics Support Manual
 NEC 9502 – Navy Enlisted Classification – Master Training Specialist Codes
 COMPACFLTINST 7320.1A Personal Property Policies and Procedures.

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT

2.1.1 NCG1 MLO TRAINING, WAREHOUSE, AND INVENTORY SUPPORT: Contractor employee shall
provide MLO support services during normal operating business hours, 0700 – 1630. Contractor employee shall
perform a variety of MLO, Warehouse, and Inventory support services to include the following:

 Contractor shall provide MLO support to NCG 1 and for all ten (10) assigned echelon level five

subordinate units under the cognizance of NCG1 for construction projects and the Seabee Tech Trainer.
 Contactor shall assist Military and Government civilian workers with any inspections required over the
course of the units’ homeport portion of the Fleet Readiness Training Plan (FRTP) as directed by the
Military or Government civilian leadership of the Logistics Department of NCG1; which shall require
travel to the unit’s various CONUS locations. Typically requires two trips per year to Fort hunter Ligget,
CA for approximately 5 days each trip.

 Contractor shall provide Material Liaison Office (MLO) outlet certified instructional support on all

technical issues concerning MLO operations and warehouse functions at Naval Construction Group ONE
(NCG1), Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), Port Hueneme, CA; plus the other various units’ CONUS
locations. Contractor shall provide instructional support to teach Material Liaison Office (MLO) Course
(0166.1) and technical assistance to end users (secondary instructors, students, and assigned warehouse
workers). Typical class offerings are 3 to 5 courses per year. Instructional support may require travel to San
Diego 1 time per year for 3 days per if course is offered to unit in San Diego.

 Contractor employee shall verify Bill of Materials (BoMs) for accuracy/completeness, checking that the list

of materials correspond with the plans and specifications of a project or Seabee Tech Trainer (STT)
module. Contractor employee shall verify if line item descriptions are procurable by ensuring that a vendor
can identify the material and locate a suitable source of supply. Contractor employee shall check if line
item description, quantity, and unit of issue are correct. Contractor employee shall check material on-hand
inventory for STT ensuring that there is no over-ordering or under-ordering of material. BoMs are typically
a list of 50 to 1,000 line items of material per project and the Contractor employee will be required to
screen from 10 to 48 projects/module BoMs per a year. Screening of a BoMs typically will take between 30
minutes to 2 hours of labor per BoM.

 After reviewing BoMs for accuracy, Contractor employee shall submit the initial BoM to a vendor and

request for quote. Contractor employee will then receive the Projected Delivery Date (PDD) and official
quote. If the PDD is found to be unacceptable given mission requirements, Contractor shall find alternative
sources of supply and initiate the procurement process.

 Contractor employee shall answer questions from the vendor when there is uncertainty or additional

clarification is needed to procure the material. The process of answering questions may take anywhere
from 2 to 8 weeks, where each set of questions is typically a list of 1 to 30 questions. Answering one set of
questions may require 0 to 2 hours per week, with approximately 2 to 4 sets of questions per BoM.
 A vendor’s return quote will require the Contractor employee to submit a funding request. Contractor
employee shall then submit funding requests for review and approval by Comptrollers and Financial
Analysts at NCG1. Submitting each funding request requires less than