ACC-ORL TSSE Industry Day Briefing Final.pptx


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May 13, 2021



Version Number 2
As of 11 May 2021
John McCabe
Erik Whitehill
Contracting Officers
U.S. Army Contracting Command-Orlando
Industry Day & Pre-Solicitation Conference
TSS-E May 12, 2021 11am EST

Please silence all cell phones and mute your microphones.

John McCabe, Branch Chief
Erik Whitehill, Contracting Officer
Donna Wessel, Contract Specialist
Pat Beatty, Program Manager/Chief TSS-O
Agenda Welcome Remarks

Program/Requirement Overview

Acquisition Strategy Overview

Major Acquisition Milestones

Closing Remarks
Industry day and One-On-One Sessions
For Government team to receive feedback on draft PWS.
For Industry to gain information necessary to submit a quality proposal.
Receive candid feedback from our industry partners

Specific Areas of Interest for TSS-O Government TeamOfferor Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCIs)
Security Requirements
Rules of Engagement
The goal of this event is to provide industry with the most up-to-date information about the TSS-E requirement and to solicit comments on the current draft PWS.

All information provided in this slide presentation can be found in the PWS, and is based on the best information available.

The information provided is notional and is not to be considered binding. The Acquisition Strategy and Request For Proposal (RFP) have not yet been approved and is not available at this time.

The draft PWS is not a formal request for proposal and does not commit the Government to procure any goods or services.

Questions must be submitted in writing. Questions shall be submitted by 19 May 2021 at 4:00 pm EST.
Program/Requirement Overview
TSS Enterprise

Provides mission support to the Army Training Support Center (ATSC) to deliver operationally relevant Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming (LVC&G) training support solutions by creating training environments that realistically replicate operational environments.

The enterprise consists of five primary tasking areas, with multiple subtasking areas, that complement each other and together generate the Armys TSS capability through the delivery of products, services, and facilities.
Program/Requirement Overview
TSS Enterprise Program - Tasking Areas

Sustainable Range Program (SRP) Combat Training Center (CTC) Support
Range Modernization Leader Training Program (LTP)
Range Operations Operational Environment (OE) Support
Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Miscellaneous CTC Support
SRP Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Mission Complex and LVC-IA Support Soldier Training Support
Technical Support Training Support Center (TSC) Operations
Training Support TSC Modernization
Exercise Support Program Management
Program Management
LVC-IA Support

Training Development Support Program
Combat Development Training Capability
Mission Training Capability
Virtual Capability
Gaming Capability
Constructive Simulation Capabilities
Program/Requirement Overview
TSS Enterprise - Acquisition History
Task Orders

61Task Order Awards have been issued under the TSS Enterprise, valued at $335 million (inclusive of all task order option periods) to date

Task Order Value (range): $201K-$76M

Task Order Value (average): $5.5M

Fair Opportunity is afforded to all Prime Contract holders.
Anticipated Acquisition Strategy

Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (MA-IDIQ) Contract
Anticipate up to 6 MAIDIQ awards
Estimated Program Value (range) $610M.
NAICS: 541990 All Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Small Business Size Standard of $15M
Five-year ordering period
Estimated December 2022 Award
Firm Fixed Price (FFP) and Cost-type CLINs
Acquisition Strategy
Proposed Business Arrangements

Place of Performance: Installations located in CONUS and OCONUS
Must be capable of performing on multiple task orders simultaneously.

Task Orders Evaluation:
Most are Firm Fixed Price
Low Price/Technically Acceptable with some Best Value/Tradeoff
Security Requirement
The contractor and or their subcontractor(s) must meet the requirement to have a validated Facility Security Clearance (FSC) as stated by the contract DD254, at time of proposal submission. No contractor or subcontractor shall be under Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI) which would preclude them from meeting the FSC requirement.

Failure of any Offeror to obtain a FSC at the appropriate level or mitigate FOCI in accordance with DoD 5220.22M current version and AR 380-49 at time of proposal submission will be considered a failure to meet a material requirement of the solicitation, and the Offerors proposal will be considered non-compliant and ineligible for award.
Organizational Conflict of Interest
Organizational Conflict of Interest concerns on task orders should be identified and addressed as soon as practical with the Contracting Officer.
An OCI occurs when a contractors performance on one government contract may compromise its ability to perform on another government contract or may compromise its ability to compete for a government contract in a fair way.
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) defines an OCI as a situation where because of other activities or relationships with other persons, a person is unable or potentially unable to render impartial assistance or advice to the Government, or the persons objectivity in performing the contract work is or might be otherwise impaired, or a person has an unfair competitive advantage. FAR 2.101. Acquisition MilestonesPoint Of Contacts
John McCabe
Procurement Contracting Officer
Army Contracting Command - Orlando
Telephone number: 407-208-3185

Erik Whitehill
Contracting Officer
Army Contracting Command - Orlando
Telephone number: 407-384-3824

Donna Wessel
Contracting Specialist
Army Contracting Command - Orlando
Telephone number: 407-384-5518

Pat Beatty
Chief, Training Support Services Office (TSSO)
Telephone number: 757-878-1589

Randy Edney
AMC Director for Small Business
AMC Office of Small Business Programs - Orlando
Telephone number: 407-384-3656
Questions and Answers
Once the RFP has been issued, all communications shall be conducted only in writing and directly to the Contract Specialist and Contracting Officer.

Offerors shall not contact any other Government personnel other than the Contract Specialist or Contracting Officer identified.

Contacting any other Government personnel may result in an organizational conflict of interest (OCI) and may result in the offeror being excluded from competition and award.
Thank you for your interest in Government Contracting.