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6231 Industry Day Briefing Charts 20 May 20.pdf

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AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeAfghanistan C-208B/AC-208 Contractor Logistics Support Industry Day20 May 20Legacy Training Aircraft DivisionAFLCMC/WLDIAFLCMC.WLDI.Afghanistan@us.af.milAF Life Cycle Management Center AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeRules of Engagement•If you need to ask a question or have difficulty hearing a voice, please email AFLCMC.WLDI.Afghanistan@us.af.mil•Everything said on this WebEx can be heard by all participants.•QUESTIONS are permitted for brief clarifications of information presented on the slides. Please hold other questions for your one-on-one session•Questions received on this DRAFT Request for Proposal (RFP) and during Industry Day will be consolidated, redacted for any proprietary information, and answered in an FBO post prior to the release of the final RFP•Please email AFLCMC.WLDI.Afghanistan@us.af.milwith any feedback on this briefing2 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeAgendaWednesday, 20 May –Industry Day Briefing•1300-1305 -Welcome: Mr. Anthony Day, Contracting Officer•1305-1335 –WLDI & TAAC-Air Organizational Overviews•1335-1350 -Contract Overview, Notional Roadmap to Contract Award, Acquisition Strategy•1350-1415 -Question and AnswerThursday 21 May –One-on-One Sessions3 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeDraft ScheduleTitleDate*Release Draft RFP7 May 2020Industry Days20-22May 2020ReleaseFinal RFP15 June 2020Proposals Due30July 2020ProposalEvaluation Complete 16 October 2020IDIQ/TO1 Award6 April 2021Performance Start1 May 20214* Estimated AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeAFLCMC/WLDI5TAD Mission: Deliver & Sustain World Class Training Systems...to Make World Class AviatorsAFLCMC/WLDI AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeOur Customers6Train, advise, and assist our Afghan partners to develop a professional, capable, and sustainable Air ForcePrimary organization responsible for building the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeC-208B/AC-2087C-208B Combat Caravan•17 Contractor Responsible•HKIA and Kandahar•6 Afghan Air Force Responsible•ShindandAC-208EX Eliminator•10 Contractor Responsible•HKIA, Kandahar, Mazar-e-Sharif AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeAfghanistan8Main Operating Bases:•HKIA•KandaharAAF Operating Location:•ShindandPossible Forward Operating Bases:•Herat•Mazar-e-Sharif•Jalalabad*Afghanistan is an austere location and contractors should not expect US style accommodations AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContractor Logistics Support•Site Management •Integration of the AAF workforce•Field Service Representative (FSR) Support•Facilitation of Task Transition•C-208B and AC-208 Aircraft Maintenance•Aircraft/Aircrew Training Device (ATD)/Mission Training and Support System (MTSS) maintenance management to include AC-208 Mission Systems•Tools and support equipment management•Configuration control•OEM Publications/Library9 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContractor Logistics Support•Maintenance Schedule–6 days/week, 12 hours/day at each location–Normal hours: 0700-1900 Afghanistan Local Time (AFT), Saturday-Thursday–AC-208 Night Operations 7 days/week outside normal hours•C-208Bs and AC-208s have separate utilization (UTE) rates (hours per month) •Maintain 70% aircraft availability•Aircrew Training Device–Support 8 hrs/day, 6 days/week•Mission Training and Support System10 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContractor Logistics Support•Compliance–For Contractor Responsible A/C: Must meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Standards, Service Bulletins, & Airworthiness Directives –AAF Responsible A/C: Utilizing training received under previous contracts to meet FAA standards, but not held to those standards for flying•Potential Remobilization11 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeAC-208 Mission Systems•Night Ops requirement•Northrop Grumman owns the Data Rights for the Mission Systems –Contractors will be required to implement an Associate Contractor Agreement with Northrop Grumman12 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeOversight and Guidance (O&G)•Formal maintenance training will be conducted by the Afghanistan Maintenance Training Center (AMTC)•Contractor will provide continuous O&G to all AAF maintainers working on C-208B and AC-208 A/C•Contractor will track individual AAF progress against the Master Task List and work towards upgrade readiness•O&G shall be consistent with established FAA and best commercial practices.13 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeOff Base Housing and Security•In Kabul, contractors have been required to live off base, Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA).•Safe Houses have been selected and information on these locations will be provided within the bidders library.•Contractors are responsible to set up their own security and transportation for transferring from the Safe House to HKIA.14 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeSecurity•Security Requirements–On-site contractors must be US citizens meeting Afghan entry and exit visa requirements–All companies must beregistered in Joint Contingency and Expeditionary Services–Contractor must obtain all import/export licensing requirements15 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeBidders Library•As stated in the Instructions to Offerors, a Bidder’s Library is being compiled and will be made available. Due to ITAR issues, Offerorswill need to request the documents once the final Request For Proposal is released. Anticipated to be included in the Library are the following:16•C-208B–Maintenance Manuals –Illustrated Parts Catalog–Structural Repair Manual–Wiring Diagram Manual–Technical Specs•AC-208–MSO MxManual–Technical Specs•Combined Pilot Operating Handbook•Special Tools and Ground Support Equipment•Engines–MxManual–Illustrated Parts Catalog•Propeller Manual•ArtexELT Manual•LAU-131 Rocket Launcher Ground Procedures•MX-15 Pamphlet•Flight Hours History•Off Base Housing Information AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContract Strategy•5 Year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) to one Offeror•Draft CLIN Structure:17CLINDescriptionContract Type0001AC-208 CLS FFP0002AAF Spares Replenishment FFP0003Over and Above T&M0004Other Direct Costs CR0005Remobilization FFP0006Design Changes NSP0007Travel CR0008Phase-In FFP0009Off-Base Housing FFP0010C-208 CLS (Option) FFP0011Extension of Services (Option) FFP0030Data (NSP) NSP AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContract Strategy•Pricing Matrix on IDIQ will be utilized to determine the prices for future Task Orders (TO) •IDIQ Ordering Period: 01 May 2021 –30 April 2026•Task Order 0001 Period of Performance: 01 May 2021 –30 April 2022•Phase In 01 May 2021 –31 July 2021•AC-208 CLS 01 August 2021 –30 April 2022•C-208 CLS 01 August 2021 –30 April 2022 (Option)•All dates are subject to change18 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeEvaluation of Proposals•The Government will select the best overall offer, based upon a tradeoff between Past Performance and Price among those offerorswho have been determined to be technically acceptable. Past Performance is significantly more important than Price. However, price will contribute substantially to the source selection decision.•Intend to award without discussions–If discussions are held, evaluation notices (EN) and a final proposal revision (FPR) will be considered•Failure to comply with solicitation may result in Offerorbeing ineligible for award19 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeEvaluation of Proposals•Factor 1: Technical–Subfactor1: Phase-In•Measure of Merit (MOM) 1: Sound approach–Subfactor2: Contractor Logistics Support•MOM 1: CLS Sustainment•MOM 2: Oversight & Guidance•MOM 3: Remobilization•MOM 4: Supplier/Vendor/Subcontractor Management•MOM 5: Personnel Management•MOM 6: Small Business Participation–Subfactor3: Off-Base Housing and Security•MOM: Sound approach*Each MOM must be determined acceptable for the entire Subfactorto be acceptable20 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeEvaluation of Proposals•Factor 1: Technical–Technical Rating •The Government will evaluate the technical proposals on a pass/fail basis, assigning ratings of Acceptable or Unacceptable to each Technical Subfactor–Technical Risk Rating •Applies to Subfactor1 MOM 1, Subfactor2 MOM 1&4•Low and Moderate Risk is considered Awardable•High and Unacceptable Risk is considered Unawardable21 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeEvaluation of Proposals•Factor 2: Past Performance (PP)–Offerormay submit up to 5 PP samples•Two of the samples may come from a significant or critical subcontractor–Relevant: Work that closely relates to the current requirements of this solicitation. Examples of more relevant work would be: work in Middle Eastern/SW Asian nations and work on maintenance of commercial aircraft–Recent: Within 5 years from the date of RFP release or is ongoing with at least 6 months performance–Quality: Government will consider the performance quality of recent, relevant efforts.22 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeEvaluation of Proposals•Factor 3: Price–Reasonableness (FAR 15.404)–Unbalanced pricing (FAR 15.404-1(g))–Completeness•Did the proposal answer everything–Pricing Matrix•Total Evaluated Price (TEP)•Weightings placed against the C-208B and AC-208 CLS Prices•Weightings will not be released to the public23 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeNon-Government Advisors (NGA)•The Government plans to utilize NGAs during the evaluation of proposals. •Offerorswill be required to complete Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA) with the Administrative and Advisory Support contractor.•Offerorsproposals will not be able to be reviewed until the NDA is received.•Instructions will be included in the final RFP.24 AFLCMC… Providing the Warfighter’s EdgeContract Strategy•Political Situation–Status quo, Draw down, or withdrawal?•4 Possible Courses of Action–No contractors at all•This requirement will be cancelled, no contract award–Small contingency remain •Uncertain whether this cont