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11 2 2022 - Attachment No 1 - 2022 Patrick ISS ESC IDIQ PWS 0002.pdf

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ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES CONTRACT

PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AT

PATRICK SPACE FORCE BASE
CAPE CANAVERAL SPACE FORCE STATION
MALABAR TRANSMITTER ANNEX
JONATHAN DICKINSON MISSILE TRACKING ANNEX
AVON PARK AIR FORCE RANGE
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE

Contract Number: XXXXX
Revised 10 June 2022

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1-1 

C1 - 1 Introduction 1-1 

C1 - 2 Background 1-1 

Period of Performance 1-2 

CHAPTER 2 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES/DESCRIPTION OF WORK 2-1 

C2 - 1 SCOPE 2-2 

C2 - 2 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFIC TASKS 2-1 

Hazardous Waste Management 2-1 

Hazardous Material Management 2-2 

Environmental Sampling and Analysis 2-2 

Air Quality (AQ) 2-4 

Water Quality (Wastewater and Stormwater) 2-5 

Drinking Water 2-6 

Natural Resources Management 2-7 

Solid Waste Management 2-8 

Pollution Prevention (P2) 2-8 

Environmental Management Systems 2-9 

National Environmental Policy Act 2-9 

Other Environmental Task Process Requirements 2-9 

C2 - 2.12.1 Well Installation and Abandonment 2-10 

Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants/Fuels Storage Tank Management 2-11 

C2 - 2.13.1 POL/Fuels – EQ Services 2-11 

C2 - 2.13.2 Spill Response 2-11 

Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) 2-12 

Public Notifications/Outreach and Public Meetings and Hearings 2-12 

CHAPTER 3 ADMINISTRATION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT 3-1 

C3 - 1 POLICY AND OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 3-1 

C3 - 1.2 Applicable Publications 3-1 

C3 - 2 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT 3-1 

Task Order Management 3-2 

C3 - 2.1.1 Contractor Personnel Qualifications, Job Competency and Training 3-3 

C3 - 2.1.2 Media Specific Experience 3-4 

C3 - 2.1.2.1 Hazardous Waste 3-4 

C3 - 2.1.2.2 Air Quality 3-5 

C3 - 2.1.2.3 Wastewater and Stormwater 3-5 

C3 - 2.1.2.4 POL/Tanks 3-5 

C3 - 2.1.2.5 Sampling, Testing, Analysis and Monitoring 3-6 

C3 - 2.1.2.6 Natural Resources 3-6 

Contractor Work Plans and Procedures 3-6 

Quality Control 3-7 

Cost and Status Reporting 3-7 

C3 - 2.4.1 Contractor’s Progress, Status, and Management Report (CPSMR) 3-7 

C3 - 2.4.2 Master Document List: 3-8 

C3 - 2.4.3 Funds and Man-Hour Expenditure Report 3-8 

C3 - 2.4.4 Performance and Cost Report 3-8 

C3 - 2.4.5 Contract Funds Status Report 3-8 

C3 - 2.4.6 Cost Performance Report 3-8 

C3 - 2.4.7 Work Breakdown Structure 3-8 

Meetings/Teleconferences 3-9 

C3 - 2.5.1 Post-Award Meeting/Teleconference 3-9 

C3 - 2.5.2 Progress Meetings 3-9 

C3 - 2.5.3 Presentation Materials 3-9 

Regulatory Interface 3-9 

C3 - 2.6.1 Non-compliance 3-10 

Permit and Fees (P&F) 3-10 

Information Management 3-10 

C3 - 2.8.1 Automated Data Processing (ADP), USDAF Computer Hardware, Software and
other Information Technology Equipment (ITE) 3-10 

C3 - 2.8.2 Network Account and Access 3-10 

C3 - 2.8.3 Gov’t Furnished Computer Hardware, Software and Other Information
Technology Equipment (ITE) 3-10 

C3 - 2.8.3.1 Desktop Computers and Other ITE 3-11 

C3 - 2.8.3.2 Software Management 3-11 

Information Assurance 3-11 

C3 - 2.9.1 Computer Security Compliance 3-11 

C3 - 2.9.2 Geographic Information System (GIS) Data Requirements 3-12 

Contractor Compliance with Environmental Regulations 3-12 

C3 - 2.10.1 Natural Resources 3-13 

C3 - 2.10.2 Cultural Resources 3-13 

C3 - 2.10.3 Safety Requirements and Reports 3-13 

C3 - 2.10.4 Work Site Maintenance 3-14 

C3 - 2.10.5 Storage 3-15 

C3 - 3 Administrative Requirements 3-15 

Access to Contractor 3-16 

Completeness of Work 3-16 

Submittals 3-16 

C3 - 3.3.1 Record Keeping File Management 3-16 

Progress Chart and Payment Schedule 3-17 

Forms and Publications 3-17 

Hours of Operation 3-17 

Identification and Change of Contractor Personnel 3-17 

Continuation of Essential Department of Defense (DoD) Contractor Services During
Crisis 3-18 

Recognized Holidays 3-18 

Security Requirements 3-18 

C3 - 3.10.1 Access Passes and Badges 3-18 

C3 - 3.10.2 Security Program 3-19 

C3 - 3.10.3 Key Control 3-19 

C3 - 3.10.4 Abuse and Vandalism 3-20 

C3 - 3.10.5 Telephone Service 3-20 

C3 - 3.10.6 Communication Focal Point Support (CFP) 3-20 

C3 - 3.10.7 Postal Service 3-20 

C3 - 3.10.8 USDAF Installation Photo Rules 3-21 

C3 - 3.10.9 Conditionally Authorized Photography 3-21 

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APPENDIX A NATURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM SUPPORT A-1 

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND

C1 - 1 Introduction
This Performance Work Statement (PWS) defines the scope of a full range of commercial
environmental operations and services activities necessary to meet Air Force Civil Engineer Center
(AFCEC) and other customer requirements. This Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)
with the Department of Interior (DOI) is performance-based, to the maximum extent practicable, in
accordance with (IAW) Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Subpart 37.6 Performance-Based
Acquisition, and is considered a commercial procurement IAW with FAR Part 12 Acquisition of
Commercial Services Items.

This IDIQ will ensure responsive and adaptable development, planning, facilitation, coordination,
and documentation to meet today’s significant challenges while posturing for tomorrow’s
uncertainty. This approach provides:

 Timely access to specialized expertise for time-critical initiatives (e.g., end of fiscal year).
 Assistance at DAF installations and facilities with a variety of Florida regulatory

 Ability to obtain environmental services quickly and flexibly for large-scale or

 Availability of options as a tool to streamline government acquisition efforts and ensure

environments.

simultaneous tasks; and

continuity on critical projects.

C1 - 2 Background
It is important to note that the US Space Force (USSF) is a separate and distinct branch of the
armed services but is organized under the Department of the Air Force (DAF). For purposes of
this PWS the USAF and the USSF will be collectively referred to as the United States
Department of the Air Force (USDAF), as the USSF and USAF policies are typically one and
the same. Any instance where the USSF has created its own policy, the Contractor will defer to
that policy. In addition, for purposes of this PWS, Government (Gov’t) shall refer to any federal
agency associated with management, responsibilities or tasks, of this PWS.

This Task Order is managed by various assigned roles within multiple agencies. This Task Order
will be assigned a Contracting Officer (CO) from the Department of Interior (DOI), a Contracting
Officer Representative (COR) from the AFCEC to serve as contract points of contact (POC), and
USDAF POC for day-to-day interaction. A list of Gov’t POC will be provided to the Contractor
upon award of this contact. From here on in the term Gov’t will be used to collectively represent
any of the represented agencies.

COR’s play a critical role in ensuring that Contractors meet the commitment of their contracts and
facilitate proper development of requirements and assist CO’s in developing and managing
contracts. Contract deviations, changes, inadequacies of any kind, and any questions related to this
PWS shall be immediately brought to the attention of the COR for resolution.

The Contractor, to include any hired sub-contractor, shall be responsible for the professional and
technical accuracy of all work or services rendered. The products submitted by the Contractor
shall fully meet the requirements of the USDAF and any applicable regulatory agency. Submittals
will be reviewed by the COR for compliance with USDAF, regulatory requirements and criteria.
All work shall be accomplished with internal Contractor controls and review procedures to
eliminate conflicts, errors, and omissions of all items listed in this PWS. Technical accuracy shall
be provided from initial to final submittal. Errors and/or deficiencies resulting from the
Contractor's performance shall be corrected in a timely manner by the Contractor at no additional
cost to the USDAF.

Period of Performance

The IDIQ period of performance (POP) is from date of award with one (1) 9-month base year and
three (3) 12-month option years. The Task Orders associated with this IDIQ are also anticipated to
have a POP of 12-months under one base year and three (3) one-year options, but may have less
than three one-year options. Smaller contract buys may be limited to one year only or less. The
Contractor shall commence work on the first day of the POP.

CHAPTER 2 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES/DESCRIPTION OF WORK

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