1.06 GTMO Port Operations PWS.pdf




Port Operation Services
U. S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


C 1.1 General. The services to be furnished under this contract include operation of multiple watercraft and
boats, related maintenance services, port operations, and waterfront administration in support of United
States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay (NSGB) Cuba. The Contractor shall be responsible for the
operation, preventive, predictive, corrective maintenance of various watercrafts, boats and equipment,
industrial marine repair services and shall provide port operations services. Services shall be provided on
a “turn-key” basis with the Contractor providing all necessary management expertise, personnel, supplies,
tools, equipment and vehicles unless otherwise specified in this contract as Government equipment
furnished. The Contractor shall plan, schedule, coordinate and ensure effective completion of all services
described herein. This includes, but is not limited to the following fifteen (15) primary tasks:

(1) Provide ship movement operational support per section C 6.0.

(2) Provide ferry services operational support per section C 7.0.

(3) Provide Facility Response Team (FRT) services per section C 8.0.

(4) Provide Berth Day operational and maintenance support per section C 9.0.

(5) Provide harbor security boat operational and maintenance support per section C 10.0.

(6) Ensure the cleanliness of assigned watercraft, boats, and equipment per section C 11.0.

(7) Perform maintenance on boats, waterfront equipment, oil spill response, and service craft per

section C 12.0.

(8) Schedule and perform hull cleanings and maintenance availabilities on service craft, LCU, and

LCMs, YTLs and YTBs per section C 13.0

(9) Perform industrial marine repair services per section C 14.0.

(10) Provide Severe Weather support per section C 15.0.

(11) Provide transportation support per section C 16.0.

(12) Provide material handling support per section C 17.0.

(13) Provide property administrative services per section C 18.0.

(14) Provide supply and configuration support per section C 19.0

(15) Ensure safety and quality control standards per section C 21.0


C 2.1 The Contractor warrants that all aspects of performance shall be in full compliance with all applicable
international conventions and all applicable laws, regulations, permits and other requirements of the United
States including all applicable Federal, local, Department of Defense (DoD) and United States Coast Guard
(USCG) regulations.

C 2.2 The Contractor shall not pollute the environment. The Contractor warrants that it will avoid all
pollution and is in compliance with all DOD, Navy, EPA, OSHA, and local base instructions. The
Contractor shall be responsible for all spills that they cause into the environment and shall immediately
notify NSGB of any spill. The following list is illustrative of the pollution regulations with which the
Contractor must comply:

C 2.2.1 Hazardous material management and waste disposal shall be in accordance with all DOD, Navy,
and base regulations. The Contractor shall comply with the Final Governing Standards (FGS) for

NSGB, Clean Water Act, the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, 33 U.S.C. §§2701 et seq., (OPA 90),
MARPOL Annex I (which prohibits all discharges of oil in special areas), and all applicable statutes
and supporting U.S. Coast Guard regulations. Additionally, for hazardous materials used and/or
generated during operation and/or maintenance including shipyard periods, the Contractor shall
comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Comprehensive
Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), the Clean Air Act, the Clean
Water Act, OPA 90, and all other applicable statutes and regulations.

C 2.2.2 Contractor-operated vessels shall handle spill prevention in accordance with DOD, Navy, local

instructions, NSGB Spill Prevention and Response Plan and OPNAVINST 5090 series guidance.

C 2.2.3 All coatings shall be in compliance with the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air

Pollutants (NESHAP) under the Clean Air Act.


C 3.1 The Contractor shall take custody of the Government-furnished watercrafts and equipment listed in

Technical Exhibits (TE) 1 and 3. At vessel turnover, the Government warrants that the platforms are in
good material condition, safe to perform all missions and that equipment is in proper working condition
unless identified in TE. For purposes of this contract, the terms vessel, boat and watercraft are

C 3.2 Facilities. The Contractor will have use of Government-owned facilities in support of this contract. The
Contractor will be responsible for providing all cleaning supplies and janitorial services for these spaces,
and supporting the NSGB Zone Inspection Program (COR will provide schedules and instructions). On a
monthly basis, the Contractor shall inspect the fire extinguishers in the assigned areas and identify any
deficiencies to the COR. The Contractor is required to conserve energy and water to the maximum extent
practical in accordance with the Base Energy Conservation Regulation. The Contractor shall observe the
Base Energy Conservation Regulation and shall post this instruction for employees to read. The Contractor
shall not modify or renovate any of the buildings without the approval of the Contracting Officer (KO).
Technical Exhibits 2 and 2A provides a list and area maps of the Government-furnished Facilities.

C 3.3 The Government will provide the following services within NSGB. For those items requiring disposal,

the Contractor shall deliver the items to the location identified by the Government.

(1) Electricity
(2) Fuel Oil - DFM (F76), JP5 and MOGAS for Government-owned vessel/craft operations.
(3) Lube Oil (for Government-owned craft) as part of preventive and corrective maintenance.
(4) Hydraulic Oil, Transmission Fluid, Steering Fluid, Grease for preventive and corrective

(5) Potable Water
(6) HAZMAT Disposal for HAZMAT generated during normal operations
(7) Garbage Disposal
(8) Sewage Pump out and Disposal
(9) Pier space to moor vessels utilized in support of this contract
(10) Diesel Engine Inspectors
(11) Oily Waste Disposal
(12) Mobile Crane and Landfill Transportation Services when approved by the COR


C 4.1 General Requirements. The Contractor shall be responsible for operating, navigating, and maintaining

various watercrafts, boats and equipment as well as performing port services functions, as outlined in this
contract. The Contractor shall maximize the use of personnel resources to cross deck people (as qualified)
to the greatest extent possible.

C 4.2 The Contractor shall provide all Automated Data Processing (ADP) for unclassified information

necessary to support this contract. This can include, but is not limited to computers, hardware, printers,
scanners, copiers, LAN systems, commercial software, etc. The Contractor shall maintain an open

connection at all times to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to provide continuous email connectivity and
effective and efficient use of the web based commercial maintenance program. The maintenance program
will require a minimum of 10mb/2mb and 15 GB throughput. The Contractor will not be provided a Navy-
unique email address.

C 4.3 The Contractor shall be responsible for landline telephone services (local and long distance).

C 4.4 The Contractor shall provide cell phones for all key personnel.

C 4.5 Management and Authority.

C 4.5.1 Project Management Support. The Contractor shall designate an individual as the Project Manager
(PM) on-site for this contract. The PM shall be the Contractor’s point of contact with the Contracting
Officer and the COR in matters concerning this contract. The PM shall have the authority to commit the
Contractor in all matters related to this contract. The PM shall be responsible for coordinating,
formulating, disseminating and implementing all contract requirements issued by the Government.

C 4.5.2 Boat Operator Authority. A boat operator (“Operator”) is defined as a person who is responsible for
the operation of any vessel being used in support of this contract. The Operator is responsible for the
navigation and care of the vessel as well as the safety of personnel embarked. The Operator shall execute
his duties in accordance with Naval Station Guantanamo Bay CU Policies, U.S. Naval Regulations, U.S.
Coast Guard rules and regulations as well as other applicable federal, state and local laws. The Operator
has the sole authority for safeguarding embarked personnel and the vessel assigned to his/her custody.
The Operator has the authority to abort operations when there is a clear and present danger to safety of
embarked personnel and/or his/her assigned watercraft.

C 4.6 Emergency Contact. The Project Manager (or designee with the same authority) must be available to be

contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to emergency situations.

C 4.7 Readiness. The Contractor shall ensure that the craft and crew are maintained in such that they are ready
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