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Sandra Schuck-Contracting Officer MICC Fort Eustis, VA
Industry DayEnterprise Classroom Program (ECP) 2 Be sure to sign-in
Networking Event as well
BETA.SAM Amendment will be posted with: Attendees Answers to Industry’s Questions PowerPoint Presentations
General Information 3
Welcome/MICC-Eustis Contracting Presentation
ECP Brief Responses to submitted questions
Closing Remarks and Network
Agenda 4 The answers we provide today reflect the things as we know them today. Information and details may change as the acquisition process moves forward.
Attendance does not confer preference for contract award. Industry Day Disclaimer 5 To provide an understanding of the ECP mission and requirement To encourage Industry to be an active participant in the acquisition process by providing comments/suggestions and questions regarding the acquisition in order to promote a true efficient turnkey solution
To provide answers to questions submitted by Industry
Comments/suggestions/questions regarding reasonable alternatives for organizing, competing and administering the follow-on contract.
Industry Day Goals 6 Acquisition History Three Separate but Interactive Contracts:Modernization: Provides augmented support to the ECP PMO Management implementing digital classrooms and sustaining existing analog and digital classrooms.
Sustainment: Provides repair, replacement, and maintenance of all related classroom instructional technology capabilities to include shipping and handling of replacement components or associated parts and repaired equipment and establishment of a telephonic Sustainment Technology Desk.
7 Acquisition History (cont.) Classroom Electrical Engineering, Design and Audiovisual Services: Support in implementing new classrooms within the Continental United States (CONUS) and sustaining annually an average 3,700 existing modernized classrooms across specified CONUS sites B. These tasks include, but are not limited to, technical analysis of classroom equipment training capability, classroom modernization implementation planning scheduling, electrical design and engineering, classroom equipment inventory control, audiovisual technical support, and program management support services. 8
Centralize the Acquisition of ECP Services into a Single Enterprise Solution Create an enterprise solution by combining all three existing contract tasks under a single IDIQ contract vehicle for a true “turnkey” solution from design to completion Promote Cost savings and efficiency Eliminate redundancies Increase efficiency optimize performance Reduce contract administration Eliminate time lags (supplies and services) Fully funded task orders 9 Conceptual Business Arrangements Type of Award: Single Award Firm Fixed Price Independent Delivery/Independent Quantity (IDIQ) $112M maximum ordering amount POP: Five year ordering period Firm fixed price task orders Solicitation Type: Request for Proposals Type of Competition: Small Business Set Aside Source Selection Process: Formal Best Value Decision using subjective trade-off (developing criteria) 10 Anticipated Milestones 11 Sandra Schuck Contracting Officer Sandra.J.Schuck.firstname.lastname@example.org
Oscar Clark Contract Specialist Oscar.M.Clark.email@example.com