2023 Industry Day - Performance Work Statement - Recompete Logistics Construction and Mission Planning Support.pdf


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Contract Opportunity
Nov. 30, 2022



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Performance Work Statement
Logistics Construction and Mission Planning Support

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA, or the Agency) Logistics Management Directorate
(LMD) provides logistics capabilities to procure and deliver goods and services that support disaster
response and recovery operations for disaster survivors and communities. The primary mission of LMD
is to deliver the right resources, at the right place, at the right time, to support state, local, tribal
governments, and territories. This mission is supported by the LMDs Transportable Temporary Housing
Unit (TTHU) program, in conjunction with the FEMA Individual Assistance Division, to provide direct
temporary housing assistance following a major disaster declaration, by providing manufactured homes
and other types of transportable temporary housing to disaster survivors.



The TTHU program, within the LMD, is seeking disaster housing planning services to support direct
temporary housing implementation. These services may include providing credible, objective, and timely
evaluation necessary to determine if direct housing assistance is needed, develop a mission plan for
TTHUs, provide detailed information on local codes, permitting requirements, installation and
transportation restrictions, points of contact for state and local authorities, and other information
necessary from the TTHU mission perspective.

The TTHU and Direct Housing programs also requires operational and technical field project
management services to support active direct housing missions. Operational and technical field support
may include construction site oversight, determining performance of area feasibility, invoice tracking,
data analysis, and administrative support.

Support with project management and operational field support to assist other components of FEMAs
direct housing mission, such as architectural and engineering services, lifecycle process management,
supply chain analysis, the Multifamily Lease & Repair (MLR), Permanent Housing Construction Repair
(PHC Repair) and Permanent Housing Construction New Construction (PHC New Construction),
may be supported by this contract.


The offeror will provide technical and project management expertise in direct housing services. The
offeror shall provide adequate personnel to capture information and provide TTHU planning as part of
FEMAs Sheltering and Housing Field Team (SHFT). SHFT support includes gathering information to make
recommendations about TTHU direct housing feasibility and options. Mission planning builds on the
information gathered during a SHFT and provides operational parameters that allow FEMA and the
installation contractors to successfully execute TTHU missions. The offeror may also support non-
disaster missions (where this is no SHFT).

FEMA may be requested by other departments or agencies to help with temporary housing. Offerors
may be required to consult with manufactured home vendors, the Department of Housing and Urban

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Development (HUD), HUD-approved Production Inspection Primary Inspection Agencies (IPIAs) and
Design Approval Primary Inspection Agencies (DAPIAs), state agencies, other private third-party agencies
that inspect a manufactured home at various stages of production, FEMA storage sites and FEMA TTHU
installation contractors. Information regarding the DAPIAs can be found at 24 CFR 3282.361 and IPIAs
can be found at 24 CFR 3282.

The offeror shall deliver a comprehensive suite of architectural and engineering services. In addition to,
supporting the management of the TTHU lifecycle process system. The offeror shall support the Supply
Chain Analysis Network (SCAN), which provides private sector supply chain resilience analyses focused
on understanding life sustaining private sector supply chains (food, water, energy) and their critical
enablers (grid power, transportation infrastructure, pipelines, telecommunications, banking system,
etc.) during non-disaster and disaster operations, with critical quantitative and qualitative analyses.

FEMA anticipates the need to provide support for up to five Presidentially declared disasters within any
given 12 consecutive month period, and the offeror shall have the capability to respond simultaneous

FEMA anticipates the need for personnel to be able to deploy within 24 hours CONUS and 72 hours
OCONUS from date of award and travel throughout the impacted areas, as requested.

Disclaimer: All Prime and Sub-Contractor on the current and future LogHouse Construction Contract,
are prohibited from competing on the Logistics Mission Planning and Support contract due to the
potential for a conflict of interest between service providers.


Housing Mission Planning

The offeror shall assist the TTHU program with logistics housing planning services to support disaster
housing implementation. The offeror assists with TTHU planning by developing content for the Direct
Housing Mission Report, assessing feasibility for TTHU housing solutions, assisting with TTHU logistics
housing planning services, providing detailed information on local codes, permitting requirements,
installation and transportation restrictions, points of contact for state and local authorities, and other
information necessary from the TTHU mission perspective. The offerors duties under this contract shall
not be duplicative with the duties of the installation contractor/s executing the direct housing mission in
the disaster area of operation.

The scope of work for each project may include all requirements defined herein, as well as work
identified in the subject TOs. The offeror shall provide the following services:

FEMA Reporting Support
Pre-Mission Transportation Planning Support
Pre-Mission Installation Planning Support

FEMA Reporting Support Provide information gathered for the Direct Housing Mission Report
(DHMR), which provides courses of actions for meeting the projected housing needs. The courses of
actions should be presented with a clear justification of why it is warranted to be included and why

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other options are impractical or less cost effective. Each course of action should identify the benefits,
risk, and mitigation factors for the identified risk.

Pre-Mission Transportation Planning Support Identify the transportation requirements for hauling
TTHUs from the point of origin provided by FEMA to the designated staging area in the disaster area of
operation. The offeror shall gather detailed information on transportation requirements while the need
for direct housing assistance is being evaluated. The offeror shall, as directed, gather information
required to complete the Transportable Temporary Housing Transportation Restriction Form.

A. Interstate Documentation Identify the states through which TTHUs would likely be

transported through. The offeror shall start with the state/s that are impacted by the disaster
declaration and then expand the search to include states along major interstate routes between
the disaster area of operation and FEMA TTHU storage sites.

B. Interstate Planning Identify regulations that apply to the FEMA TTHUs and the impact on the

potential mission in all the states identified during interstate planning. The offeror shall
prioritize their research by focusing on states within the disaster area of operation followed by
states on the routes connecting FEMA TTHU storage sites to the disaster of operation.
Transportation restriction data for states on routes connected to the TTHU vendors plants shall
be collected last.

The offeror is responsible for identifying all regulations and restrictions that may impede the
delivery of a TTHU to the disaster area of operation. Types of restrictions and requirements that
commonly affect TTHU missions are driver licensure, insurance, permits, tow vehicle, escort,
safety equipment, signage, flags, lights, inspections, speed limits and vehicle operations.

For each state identified during interstate planning, the offeror shall record the following data:

Licensure Includes special licenses for drivers or shipping agents
Insurance Identify special liability insurance for TTHU loads

Permits Catalogue any permits required for the number of axels; types of TTHU loads;

crossing state, county or municipal lines, shipping agents, etc.

Tow vehicle List any requirements for the type and characteristics of the vehicle used

Escort Identify the number, type and requirements for any escort required
Safety equipment includes additional brakes, special brakes, mirrors, hitch

by the hauler.

configurations, etc.

Signage Look for verbiage, font, and color requirements
Flags Check for number, size, location, color, etc. Lights List number, location, intensity, color, etc. Inspection Catalogue types, sequence, inspecting authority, etc.
Speed Include general restrictions as well as event driven restrictions (e.g. rain, size of

Operations Identify daily restrictions (e.g., Sunday) as well as operating conditions

road, etc.)

(e.g., rain, wind, etc.)

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