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UNCLASSIFIEDI n t e g r i t y -S e r v i c e -E x c e l l e n c e96th Test WingTest and Evaluation Technologies for Ranges, Armaments and Spectrum (TETRAS) IIIndustry Day19-21 January 2021FA2487-21-R-00061This presentation is Distribution A: Approved for public release.UNCLASSIFIEDEvent ScheduleDAY 10900Introductions/Administrative Notes0930TETRAS II General SessionContract OverviewAnticipated Source SelectionPost Award ExpectationsQuestions/Wrap Up 1200Lunch1330 -1700One-On-One SessionsDAY 20900-1700 One-On-One SessionsDAY 30900-1700 One-On-One Sessions2UNCLASSIFIEDIntroductionsMs. Jeri McClung 96 Range Group Technical DirectorMs. Stacy DarhowerAFTC/PZ-Director of Contracting 3Meeting The Test Wing MissionThe Vision…We will be able to test all weapons and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cybersecurity, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems in representative battle space throughout their full operational envelope and provide agile world class training capability to the Warfighter...with unquestioned results. 4UNCLASSIFIEDOpening RemarksWelcome!Why We are HereConvey Government requirements and contract specifications--Ensure your questions are answeredDefine what the TETRAS II contract is and how it will operate Facilitate open flow of discussion for contract clarifications, enhancements and improvementsEncourage discussions between the Government and IndustryEncourage discussions and teaming between industry members5UNCLASSIFIEDIntroductions6AFTC Contracting96th Range Group96 TW Judge AdvocateANGELA MAHERJULIE SLEZIACAROLYN TOLMANContracting OfficerTETRAS Program ManagerLegal Advisorangela.firstname.lastname@example.orgMAY ALEJO AFLCMC/PZCF -PricingTETRAS Support SpecialistIGINIA MCNEILDESTINEE NARAKCost/Price AnalystContract SpecialistBRANDON FALLETTA email@example.com TETRAS Support SpecialistAFLCMC Small BusinessANITAJACKSONSmall Business Directoranita.firstname.lastname@example.orgUNCLASSIFIEDAdminEmergency exits—out the front—left or right from the auditoriumRestrooms—to the left of the foyerRefreshments—in the kitchen behind the auditoriumCoffee, water, juice and pastries Cheesecake7UNCLASSIFIEDAdminLunch Places Nearby:8Going WEST on John Simms Parkway (Hwy 20)Going EAST on John Sims ParkwayMcDonald’sChick-fil-ACaféBienvilleFirehouse SubsDairy QueenPanera BreadBlue Collar CafeWhataburgerWaffle HouseMcDonald’sTrade WindsHurricane Grill & WingsBasil & Baxter’sFirst Choice BuffetThe Boathouse LandingDoc’s Oyster BarAbsolute Thai CafeUNCLASSIFIEDTurn off all cell phones Working in the virtual climateQuestions from the in person audience taken at the end of each chart, then questions from virtual attendees in order received—please write them up in chat for clarityMinutes will be recorded and questions/answers will be posted to BetaSam.comOne-on-one sessions will be 20 minutes long from start to finishPlease be ready to start on timeRules of Engagement9UNCLASSIFIEDOne-On-One Schedule10Posted at the auditorium entranceUNCLASSIFIEDContract OverviewTechnical RequirementsContract ParametersAnticipated Source Selection StrategyLPTA Criteria Compliance SubmissionsEvaluation Criteria-Factor I: Technical-Factor II: PricePost Award ExpectationsOrdering ProceduresWrap UpTopics11UNCLASSIFIEDTETRAS II Contract OverviewMAC IDIQ, 5-yr Ordering Period, $999M cumulative ceilingThis IDIQ is a contracting vehicle, not an independent program of record—requirements and funding come from programs of record across the DODProvides flexible and expedited execution capabilitySupports DoD testersand their customers working to achieve test capabilities and measure developmental and operational performance for all aspects of C5ISR, weapons, electronic combat, cyber and spectrum criteria for both new capabilities and systems/platforms already fielded12UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements13UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements TETRAS This is a follow on to TETRAS for the 96 TWSince 1992 the Test Wing has recognized the need to support rapid response capabilities for our test range customersNeed a wide variety of specialized technical capabilityMunitions: seeker/sensors, target measurement and scoring, RCSC5ISR: surveillance, e-security, data bus, data transmission, Spectrum (RF, MW, MMW, EO, IR, Laser)GNCSEEKEAGLE: munitions effectiveness, acoustics, vibrationTSPI, TM, photo-optics, videoPrime contractors will need a wide reach to obtain the breadth of knowledge required to support TETRAS customers14UNCLASSIFIED15Technical Requirements Work HistoryPast Support AreasSADSALQ-131Weapons M&SALR-49/69SAM AlignmentOA-HITLTelemetry Ground StationsMaterial AnalyticsSled Track Testing & system upgradesRadar UpgradesAdv. Concepts & ExperimentationCounter UASMMRI SoftwarePast Support AreasC2/C4/cyber supportWind tunnelsMission Control Design & InstallationUAV Battle LabRadar Self ProtectionMissile Plume/RWR/ Flt Motion SimulatorsMulti-Jammer CharacterizationLCS Mine WarfareTSPIAuto Acquisition Video TrackerCyber Pen TestingLong Wave InfraredPast Support AreasAdv. SILsGulf Range ExpansionDataLinksGWEFPEO AVN PrototypesUAS Platform EnhancementsElectronic CombatGUNNSAerial Towed TargetsX-Band LaserMaterial CharacterizationsHot Mock UpsJCTDs/DemosHypersonicsUNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements Types of Facilities16Armament/C5ISR Systems Test Environment (ASTE)Commander’s Air Defense Environment Test Tool (CADETT) -SPAWARSYSCENIntegrated Base Defense Security System (IBDSS)Operational Ground Test (OGT) Facility at Test AreaGuided Weapons Evaluation Facility (GWEF)Precision Measurements Facility (PMF)Electro-Optical Evaluation Complex (EOEC)Realistic Operational Communications Scenarios (ROCS) System -USA OTCGulf Test Range (GTR)Static Munitions Test ArenasGunnery and Ballistics Test FacilitiesSimulated Test Environment for Munitions (STEM)Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS)Preflight Integration of Munitions and Electronic Systems (PRIMES)Kinetic Energy Munitions Test Facility (KEMTF)Advanced Weapons Systems Software Integration Lab (AWSSIL)McKinley Climatic Laboratory (MCL)Holloman Rain Lab and Rain FieldMid Pressure Arc Heater (MPAH)Hypersonic Wind TunnelsMultispectral Test and Training Environment (MSTTE)UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements Needs17C5ISR/EC NeedsCyber mandates & pen testingSystem of Systems HW/SW integrationAircraft/weapon interface validationsC2/4 test processesElectronic combat test & evaluationModeling/SimulationVirtual exercisesDigitally Aided Close Air Support (DACAS)Virtual scene/threat generationJMETC/TENA compatible networksMunitions NeedsGround/sea/air/space supportGuidance controlSeeker/sensorsNavigationGPS/TSPI/SALData linksComm linksTarget scoringTarget location errorSmart MunitionsJammersHigh energy lasersHigh powered microwaveData collectionHypersonicsT&E Support NeedsSpectrumDesign/developmentEngineering AnalysisFabricationCalibrationsTest & Training supportModificationsInstallationsPlanningProduct transition Hardware/softwarePrototypingFacilities & infrastructure improvements and new technologies integrationsControl systems improvements UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements Program ManagementPrimes will need a solid Management TeamCompetitive bidding on delivery ordersDelivery order proposalsSome due in 10 days or lessUp to 3 proposals at a time (more at EOY)Be able to work several awarded orders at a time with varied customersBe solid resource managers for people, equipment, costs, and schedulesBe solid subcontracts managers 18UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements Design/RedesignContractor shall perform appropriate design/engineering for C5ISR, munitions, electronic combat systems and test facilities in accordance with specific delivery ordersAnalysis, requirements drill downSystems engineering Trade spacesHW/SW prototyping, M&SCompatibility with existing systemsDetection, collection & storageGUIs and displays19UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements HardwareContractor shall fabricate pre-production or limited use systems to support test requirementsPrototypingEngineering UnitsSpecialized manufacturing techniques for high dynamic environmentsLarge/small/miniature scale needs20UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical Requirements SoftwareContractor shall plan, estimate, develop and integrate software productsFirmwareEmbedded softwareInteroperable with existing systemsDigital simulation & modelingScene generationData manipulation and filteringFeature extractionDepartment of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)RMF or similarCASE Tools or similar21UNCLASSIFIEDTechnical RequirementsTestContractor shall develop and perform test requirements to include test planning, test preparation, data management, hazards analysis, test site management, test conduct, scoring (cooperative and noncooperative), and analysis and reporting of resultsAll levels—brassboard to free flightInspectionsAcceptanceQualificationSEEK EAGLESupport DOT&E, LFT&E, and FDE accredidationACAT programs to lab experiments22UNCLASSIFIEDContract Parameters23UNCLASSIFIEDMaximize competition Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)Maximize flexibilityOffer multiple contract types to share Contractor’s risksMaximize mission capabilityFoster contractor’s response capability times 24Government’s Goal UNCLASSIFIEDEstimated MilestonesEVENTDATEIndustry Days19-21 Jan 21Final RFP Release4 May 21Proposals Due21 Jun 21Oral Briefs (o/a week of)30 Jul21Contract Awards10Dec 21(w/o discussions)30 Jun 22 (w/ discussions)DebriefingsImmediately following award25UNCLASSIFIEDAnticipated Contract BasicsContract Ceiling: $999MOrdering Period:Start 10 Feb 2022Contract: 5 years Delivery Orders POP: Varies, Dependent upon the requirementMultiple Award IDIQMultiple contract typesFull and Open NAICS 336419DO 1 Post Award Conference $1,00026UNCLASSIFIEDContract Basics TETRAS is an R&D Type ContractPer FAR Part 35: The primary purpose of contracted R&D programs is to advance scientific and technical knowledge and apply that knowledge to the extent necessary to achieve agency and national goals. Unlike contracts for supplies and services, most R&D contracts are directed toward objectives for which the work or methods cannot be precisely described in advance. TETRAS does not provide A&AS type supportTETRAS DOs produce a design, hardware or software product or provide direct testing capabilitiesService Contract Act is not applicable.27UNCLASSIFIEDCLIN 0001 Design/Hardware/Software/Test Contract type determined for each Delivery Order and may vary from Delivery Order to Delivery OrderFirm Fixed PriceCost PlusCLIN 0002 CDRLS Not Separately Priced(mirrors CLIN 0001)CLIN 0003 Travel –Cost Reimbursable (No fee) if applicableOption CLINS may be required28Contract ParametersCLIN StructureUNCLASSIFIEDIncentives defined in DO RFPSchedule: Utilize incentive option for schedule when there are quick response customer requirementsPerformance: Incentivize on performance parameters (test analysis, fidelity, throughput, etc.) for new technologies and high risk objectives (low TRLs)29Contract ParametersUNCLASSIFIEDNAICS 336419Establishments primarily engaged inManufacturing guided missile and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment (except guided missile and space vehicle propulsion units and propulsion unit parts) and/or;Developing and making prototypes of guided missiles and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment.” To include, but is not limited to: Airframe assemblies for guided missile manufacturing; Developing and producing prototypes for guided missile and space vehicle components; Guided missile and space vehicle parts (except engines) manufacturing; and Space capsule manufacturing.30UNCLASSIFIEDFAR Subpart 9.6 --Contractor Team Arrangements9.601 --Definition.“Contractor team arrangement,”as used in this subpart, means an arrangement in which --(1) Two or more companies form a partnership or joint venture to act as a potential prime contractor; or(2) A potential prime contractor agrees with one or more other companies to have them act as its subcontractorsunder a specified Government contract or acquisition program.9.602 --General.(a) Contractor team arrangements may be desirable from both a Government and industry standpoint in order to enable the companies involved to --(1) Complement each other’s unique capabilitiesand(2) Offer the Government the best combination of performance, cost, and delivery for the system or product being acquired.31UNCLASSIFIEDFAR Subpart 9.6 --Contractor Team Arrangements(b) Contractor team arrangements may be particularly appropriate in complex research and development acquisitions, but may be used in other appropriate acquisitions, including production.(c) The companies involved normally form a contractor team arrangement before submitting an offer. However, they may enter into an arrangement later in the acquisition process, including after contract award.9.603 --Policy.The Government will recognize the integrity and validity of contractor team arrangements; provided, the arrangements are identified and company relationships are fully disclosed in an offer or, for arrangements entered into after submission of an offer, before the arrangement becomes effective. The Government will not normally require or encourage the dissolution of contractor team arrangements.32UNCLASSIFIEDCeiling Rates on the PricelistAll rates on the Pricelist will be Established at award for 1stthree years.Labor ratesIndirect ratesProfitFee33Contract ParametersUNCLASSIFIEDOrdering ProceduresCompetitiveGoal: RFP to award in 30-45 days for orders under $5MProposals will include cost and technical volumesConsent to subcontract to be coordinated at DO level34Contract ParametersUNCLASSIFIED35Contract ParametersPerformance Based Payments: are permitted based on current PBP limitsLarge businesses for orders >$2.5M with at least 6 months POP Small businesses for orders >SAT with at least a 4 months POPDO will be awarded as Progress Payment then negotiated to PBPs for considerationContracting Officer and Contractor agree on PBP termsFixed-price type contractsContract cannot also provide for progress paymentsOrder of Precedence: DO SOW, TETRAS II SOW, External guidance (standards, instructions, guides)Warranties: Not expected, but the Government is unable to exclude the possibility of a warranty requirements within a future delivery orderUNCLASSIFIEDSecurity:■Contract Level DD254 is applicable –■Facility Clearance is Top Secret ■Safeguarding at Secret■Delivery Orders will require access to classified and FOUO/CUI information■In performing this contract, the contractor will:■Receive and generate classified material■Fabricate, modify, and/or store classified hardware■Please ensure proposals include the Name, Address and CAGE Code of every possiblefacility the offeror may use to meet future requirements for delivery orders36Contract ParametersUNCLASSIFIEDSOURCE SELECTION EVALUATION CRITERIA37UNCLASSIFIEDBest Value --Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Evaluation CriteriaFactor 1: Technical SOW CapabilitiesFactor 2: Cost/PriceThe Air Force intends is to award without discussions, but reserves the right to open discussions if necessary 38Source SelectionFactors/RatingsAdjectival RatingDescriptionAcceptable Proposal meets the requirements of the solicitation.Unacceptable Proposal does not meet the requirements of the solicitation.UNCLASSIFIEDThe 2017 NDAA limits the use of LPTA procurements to instances when the following six conditions are met:DoD is able to comprehensively & clearly describe the minimum requirements to determine the acceptability of offers;DoD would recognize no/minimal value from a proposal that exceeded the minimum technical or performance requirements set forth in the solicitation;The proposed technical approaches will not require any/much subjective judgment by the source selection authority as to their respective desirability versus competitors;The source selection authority is confident that reviewing the bids from the non-lowest price offeror(s) would not result in the identification of factors that could provide value or benefit to the Government;39Source SelectionEvaluation CriteriaGOAL: AWARD MULTIPLE CONTRACTS to a POOL OF QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR SUCCESSFUL AND MEANINGFUL COMPETITION TRADE OFF TO BE DONE AT THE DO LEVEL -WHEN IT COUNTS!The Contracting Officer includes written justification for use of the LPTA scheme in the contract file; andDoD determines that the lowest price reflects full life-cycle costs, including costs for maintenance and supportUNCLASSIFIED40Source SelectionCompliance* Large Business Requirement onlyTitleNarrative Summary (<10 Page)Contract Documentation (signedSF26and all SF30s)Exceptions to Solicitation Requirements (matrix)Security Requirement/DD254 Joint Certification Program (JCP)/ DD2345Small Business Subcontracting Plan, if applicable*Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI) PlanRepresentationsand CertificationsIdentificationandAssertionsSOWCapabilitiesPresentation(<100pages)EstimatingSystemPurchasingSystemAccountingSystemCASDisclosureStatements,ifapplicable*TEPw/supportingdocsCertifiedCostPricingData,ifapplicable*ANY ITEM MISSING WILL DISQUALIFY A PROPOSAL FROM EVALUATION One (1) copy via DOD Secure Access File Exchange (SAFE) site at https://safe.apps.mil. Early submittal is recommended and acceptable for complianceUNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionSolicitation Exceptions TableL-2.3OfferorSolicitationExceptionsCOMPLIANCEMATRIXC –Comply U –UnderstandI -Interpretation/ClarificationE -ExceptionSolicitation DocumentPage/ Para.DescriptionStatementComplianceProposal ReferencesRemarks/RationaleCUIESOW, SF33, DD254, etc.Applicable page and paragraph numbersApplicable descriptionDefine the specific requirement at issueDescribe why the requirement could or will not be met.If no exception is proposed on the compliance matrix, it is understood that the offeror can meet ALL requirements.41UNCLASSIFIED42Source SelectionSmall Business PlansLarge Businesses •Offerors shall submit a written Small Business Subcontracting Plan that complies with FAR 52.219-9•SB Subcontracting Plan will become an attachment in the basic contractSmall & Large BusinessesThe Small Business Participation Plan is not required for a LPTA source selectionUNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionOrganizational Conflict of InterestOrganizational Conflict of Interest--Contractor ResponsibilityUnawardable if unable to mitigate an actual or apparent OCI or fails to present a compliant OCI Mitigation Plan.Compliant Mitigation plan will be incorporated into the resultant contract and supplemented with each Delivery Order. Prime certifies to no OCI or mitigated OCI for themselves and their subcontractors for each delivery order proposal Requires the Contractor to exercise judgment to assist the Government in matters where the Contractor's objectivity is vital. 43Offeror’s OCI mitigation plan will not be evaluated as part of the technical evaluation;rather, the CO will determine whether any apparent successful Offeror is unawardable in light of OCI concerns, akin to a responsibility determination. UNCLASSIFIED44Source SelectionDraft Factor I: TechnicalOral Presentation 100 pages/slidesincludes title page, index, lists, resumes, etc.60 minutes Recommend presentations structured to meet M-3 Tables formatSchedule to be determinedAny and all information contained in the slides not orally presented will not be considered as part of the offeror’s oral evaluationUNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: TechnicalTo be determined technically acceptable for the award, the contractor must be technically acceptable in Program Management and two (2)of the following categories:Design/RedesignHardwareSoftwareTesting45UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: TechnicalTechnically Acceptable Means ■Demonstrates capability for all critical requirements■Demonstrates capability for the number of non-critical requirements stated for each page of tables listed for that technical subcategory46UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: TechnicalLet’s breakdown what that means■Program Management: Page M-4; 5 critical / 4 non-critical■Design/Redesign: Pages M-5 thru M-7■M-5: 6 critical / 8 non-critical■M-6: 9 critical / 8 non-critical■M-7: 5 critical / 6 non-critical■Hardware: Page M-8; 4 critical / 2 non-critical■Software: Page M-9: 5 critical / 8 non-critical■Test: Page M-10: 5 critical / 8 non-critical47UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesProject/Program Management M-3.1.1CRITERIA SUBSETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate processes for accomplishing project/program management1. Demonstrate the following management activities/capabilities: A.Planning, resource allocation, resource loading;B. Cost estimating; C. Budgeting and cost management; D. EVMSE. Schedule management; F. Trade Offs; G. Contracts and Subcontracts Management;H. Quality Management; I. Risk Management for individual projects; J. Manage special handling items (HAZMAT, Explosives, STINFO, COMSEC, and Classified).2. Demonstrate delivery orders management and oversight as a prime for multiple concurrent DOs.To be considered acceptable for this Criteria, the Offeror’s proposal addressed ALL critical items (red bold) and at least 4non critical items. 48UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/RedesignM-22.214.171.124CRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSThe offeror demonstrates the ability to develop state of the art designs with accepted engineering practices and processes(Part 1 of 2)1. Demonstrate standards and relevant guidance, documents, products and system engineering plans 2. Demonstrate problem definition and analysis planning addressing:A.Candidate solution set analysis from trade space and capabilities studies;B.Effectiveness and suitability modeling;C.Deficiency resolution; D.Traceability of requirements; E.Configuration management3. Demonstrate data validation/hypothesis testing processes addressing: A.Model population and construction; B.Analysis, capability decomposition, requirements exploration and synthesis; C.Associated M & S tool set4. Demonstrate design reviews verifying functional allocation and reporting progress metrics To be considered acceptable for this Criteria, the Offeror’s proposal addressed ALL critical items (red bold) and at least8 non critical items. 49UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/Redesign M-126.96.36.199 cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSThe offeror demonstrates the ability to develop state of the art designs that meets new C5I test capabilities1. Demonstrate initial designs to support C5I test capabilities 2. Describe redesigns and modifications to support C5I test capabilities 3. Demonstrate C5I installed systems training 4. Demonstrate C5I technical data and drawing packages The offeror demonstrates the ability to develop state of the art designs that meet new weapon test capabilities1. Demonstrate initial designs to support weapon test capabilities 2. Demonstrate redesigns and modifications to support weapon test capabilities 3. Demonstrate weapon test installed systems training4. Demonstrate weapon test technical data and drawing packagesThe offeror demonstrates the ability to develop state of the art designs that meets new SRF test capabilities(Part2 of 2)1. Demonstrate initial designs to support SRF test capabilities 2. Demonstrate redesigns and modifications to support SRF test capabilities3. Demonstrate SRF installed systems training 4. Demonstrate SRF technical data and drawing packages50UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/Redesign M-188.8.131.52TobeconsideredacceptableforthisCriteria,theOfferor’sproposaladdressedALLcriticalitems(redbold)andatleast8noncriticalitems.CRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of a broad range of C5ISR Systems(Part1 of 2)Demonstrate the following requirements: A.Command and Control concept of operations and system functionality B.Communications and data transmission systems C.Computer communications/ networking, including distributed networks (Local area network (LAN)/wide area network (WAN) and communications systemsD.Data transport, archiving, mining, recording, instrumentation, etc.E.Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) effectsF.Fiber-optic networksG.Information warfare to include computer/communications security, countermeasures, and vulnerability in accordance with Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Program (DIACAP), DoDI 8510.01H.Laser Radar (LADAR)I.Modeling and simulationJ.Surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence systemsK.Test environment simulatorsL.User interfaces (internal/external)51UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/Redesign M-184.108.40.206cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of a broad range of Weapon/ Munitions, Electronic Combat and Spectrum Systems(Part 2 of 2)Demonstrate the following requirements:A.Aircraft compatibility (aircraft/weapon), SEEKEAGLEB.Analysis and test of structures, materials and mechanical systems associated with excessive heat, mechanical loads, resonant frequencies, and environmental impactsC.Countermeasures/counter-countermeasures. This includes electromagnetic, obscurants, decoys/deception, and signature alterationD.EM spectrum applications (in RF, MMW, Microwave, EO, laser, UV)E.Flight termination, weapons safety footprintF.Guidance and control systemsG.Directed EnergyH.Threat systems to include SAM, AAM, AAA, jamming systems, early warning/acquisition systems, and guidance and intercept systemsI.Seekers, sensorsJ.User interfaces (1553/1760)K.Warhead and munitions effectivenessL.Telemetry system upgrades, C-band devices, new B/W efficient RF designs 52UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/Redesign M-220.127.116.11cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of a broad range of AF and commercial test processes(Part 1of 2)Demonstrate the following requirements :A.Antennas, receivers, transmitters, radar cross-sectionB.Acoustics, photo-optics and videoC.Data, documentation, and trainingD.Engineering T&E practices, including test planning, developmental and operational testing concepts for hardware and softwareE.Frequency control and analysisF.International Range Instrumentation Group (IRIG) Standards as they apply to standard range instrumentation systems (Timing, Communications, Telemetry, Photo optics, etc.)G.Standards compliance (Range Commanders' Council, IEEE, etc…)H.Target signature measurementI.Telemetry (encoders, decom, S/W support tools)J.Test data capture -software preparation, data validation, quick look reportingK.Test data analysis -post mission reduction, validation, and analysis recommendationsL.Test Measurement & Diagnostics Equipment (TMDE)53UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesDesign/Redesign M-18.104.22.168 cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of a broad range of AF and commercial test processes(Part 2 of 2)M.Test performance (Inspection, Functional verifications, Acceptance, Environmental, Qualification, Flight test)N.Test/Target scoring--cooperative and non-cooperative (angle of incident, impact scoring, etc.…) O. Time-Space-Position Information (TSPI)/GPS receiving, processing, and translation54UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesHardware M-3.1.3TobeconsideredacceptableforthisCriteria,theOfferor’sproposaladdressedALLcriticalitems(redbold)andatleast2noncriticalitems.CRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate the ability to develop, fabricate, integrate, and manufacture C5I, SRF and munitions systems for the successful delivery of hardware1. Demonstrate the following disciplines: A.System compatibility and interoperability; B.Integration of all interfaces (electrical/electronic and mechanical hardware, firmware, and software) between the system and its operating environment; C.Manufacture planning and tracking; D.Production and quality controls and assessments;E.Pre-delivery tests 2. Demonstrate fabricating complex hardware systems: A.Large scale, suitable for air, sea, or space platforms to include Group 4 or 5 UAVs or ground based assets (ex range radar); B.Small scale, suitable for weapons, Group 3 UAV's, etc., (ex Data Link); C.Miniature scale, suitable for man-portable weapons, Group 1 or 2 UAVs, etc., (ex transmitter)55UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesSoftware M-3.1.4To be considered acceptable for this Criteria, the Offeror’s proposal addressed ALL critical items (red bold) and at least8 non critical items. CRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate C5ISR,Cyber, Spectrum, Electronic Combat, Threat Systems, and Munitions Systems Software Development and Integrationprocesses that evidence accomplishment(part 1 of 2)1. Demonstrate the following disciplines: A.Use of CASE/CAD/CAE tools and methods; B.Identification and management of Hardware Configuration Items (HWCI) and Computer Software Configuration Items (CSCI); C.Software development efforts including planning, estimating, compatibility and interoperability2. Demonstrate the following Software (S/W) efforts: A.Embedded system S/W and F/W designs; B.Data coding, collection, storage, manipulation, filtering feature extraction, processing, display, formatting, conversion and archiving;C.Scene generation for hardware-in-the-loop (HITL) seeker simulations and command and control scene generation; D.Modifying software used to integrate, test and evaluate C5I systems or systems of C5I systems including scenario test scripting and simulated data streams; E.Communication protocol generation; F.Coding/developing digital system models, test bed models, test environment models56UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesSoftware M-3.1.4cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate C5ISR,Cyber, Spectrum, Electronic Combat, Threat Systems, and Munitions Systems Software Development and Integrationprocesses that evidence accomplishment3. Demonstrate the following disciplines:A.User manuals, programming manuals version descriptions, etc.; B.Test and Training Enabling Architecture (TENA); C.Documentation of source code, “as-built” design descriptions, and firmware fabrication; D.Support of Government accreditation processesDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of a broad range of C5ISR,Cyber, Spectrum, Electronic Combat, Threat Systems, and Munitions Systems(Part2 of 2)Demonstrate the following requirements: A.Command and Control concept of operations and system functionality B.Communications and data transmission systems C.Computer communications/ networking, including distributed networks (Local area network (LAN)/wide area network (WAN) and communications systemsD.Data transport, archiving, mining, recording, instrumentation, etc.E.Fiber-optic networksF.Information warfare to include computer/communications security, countermeasures, and vulnerability in accordance with the Risk Management Framework (RMF), DoDI 8510.01 & NIST SP 800-53 Rev 4G.Modeling and simulation57UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesTesting M-3.1.5TobeconsideredacceptableforthisCriteria,theOfferor’sproposaladdressedALLcriticalitems(redbold)and8ofnon-criticalitems.CRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate Test and demonstration activities that evidence processes for accomplishment(Part 1 of 2)Demonstrate the following test activities: A.Test planning, preparation and implementation;B.System performance validations and verifications for high dynamic environments in a lab environment; C.Conduct and document ATP;D.Conduct and document FAT/SAT;E.Conduct and document EMI/EMC; F.Conduct and document ESD; G.Conduct and document HERO; H.Conduct and document shock/pyro shock;I.Conduct and document vibration buffet/nonbuffet/freeflight; J.Conduct and document thermal testing; K.Conduct failure and hazards analysis; L.Analyze and document test results; M.Determine operational effectiveness, suitability, survivability, and safety for intended uses; N.Field demonstration; O.Operation and maintenance support during testing; P.User training (formal, tutorial, and on-the-job (OJT))58UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: Technical SOW CapabilitiesTestingM-3.1.5 cont’dCRITERIA SUB-SETCRITERIA SUBSET ELEMENTSDemonstrate working knowledge and experience of the Eglin Range Complex or equivalent(Part2 of 2)Demonstrate the following requirements:A.Electronic security, control and surveillance systemsB.Free space and indoor facility signal analysis to include microwave signals, fiber optics, and data bus trafficC.PRIMESD.High Energy lasers (HEL) E.High Powered Microwave (HPM)F.Range Slaving Systems (RSS) G.STEM/MSTTE/JTIDS/EOEC H.Climatic Lab I.Test Measurement Facilities J.Digital ModelsK.System Integration Lab L.Hardware In the Loop/Installed System Test Facility Open Air Ranges used in live, virtual, and/or constructive domains59UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor I: TechnicalAgain, to be determined technically acceptable for award, the Offeror’s Proposal must be technically acceptable in:Program Managementand two (2)of the following categories:Design/RedesignHardwareSoftwareTesting60OVERACHIEVEMENT IS NOT THE GOAL FOR LPTAUNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingThe Offeror’s cost/price proposal will not be rated or scored, however, it will be evaluated for:ReasonablenessCost realism (applies to CPFF only)Unbalanced pricingTotal Evaluated PriceMPC will be calculated for evaluation purposes onlyPlease round rates to the nearest penny and/or tenth decimal place61UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingLabor CategoriesIntended to establish the ceiling rates for the contract. Competition is expected to determine price fair and reasonable. In cases where competition is not available pricelist will satisfy. Evaluating first 3 yearsfor award62UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingLabor CategoriesLabor is the only standard to quantifyOffice of Management and Budgets’ (OMB) Standard Occupational Classification (SOC).Each labor category will consist of four (4) levels (Senior level, Level 3, Level 2, and Level 1)Categories Scientific, Engineering, & Technical SkillTechnical Support SkillOther Non-Technical SkillNot all inclusive63UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingTotal Evaluated Price (TEP)Labor Category/LevelCompany Job TitleDirect Labor Rate ($)Fringe Rate (%)Fringe Cost ($)O/H Rate (%)O/H Cost ($)G&A Rate (%)G&A Cost ($)Total Labor (less COM)Total Labor HoursAnnual SalariesEXAMPLEBCDEFGHIJKBxCE(B+D)G(B+D+F)B+D+F+HI*JEngineer *Engineer *$30.005%$1.505%$1.585%$1.65$34.731920$66,681.60Engineer Lvl2EngineerII$32.005%$1.605%$1.685%$1.76$37.041920$71.124.48SkillLevel123SeniorOMG SOCPercentile10%25%50%75%OMB SOC Hourly Wage $25.83 $34.70$47.62$61.92OMB SOC 21 Engineer, all 17-219964https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_nat.htm* Offerors must notate applicable skill levelUNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingTotal Evaluated Price (TEP) cont’dLabor Category/LevelCompany Job TitleDirect Labor Rate ($)Fringe Rate (%)Fringe Cost ($)O/H Rate (%)O/H Cost ($)G&A Rate (%)G&A Cost ($)Total Labor (less COM)Total Labor HoursAnnual SalariesEngineer Lvl2EngineerII$32.005%$1.605%$1.685%$1.76$37.041920$71.124.48Total Labor (excluding fee & profit proposed)$ 100,000,000.0050% of total annual salaries$ 50,000,000.0065Per Section L of the RFP:•Material Overhead: •For evaluation purposes, set material at $30,000,000 per year. Half the material ($15M) will be applied to FFP, and half will be applied to CPFF.•Propose material OH IAW disclosed accounting practices. If offeror does not have material OH rate, then the material OH rate shall be set to zero (0%),•Fixed Fee & Profit: •Fee and Profit rates will be calculated on 50% of the total annual labor costs only. •Fee & Profit will be ceiling for first 3 years. Actual rates will be negotiated at Delivery Order level.UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: Pricing66FIRM FIXED PRICEPERCENTAGETOTALAdjusted Labor Cost50% of Total Labor Cost$ 50,000,000.00 Material Cost 50% of $30,000,000$ 15,000,000.00 Material Overhead 2.00%$ 300,000.00 Cost of Money:0.00%$ -Proposed Profit10.00%$ 5,000,000.00 Total FFP$ 70,300,000.00 COST PLUS FIXED FEEPERCENTAGETOTALAdjusted Labor Cost50% of Total Labor Cost$ 50,000,000.00 Material Cost 50% of $30,000,000$ 15,000,000.00 Material Overhead 2.00%$ 300,000.00 Cost of Money:0.00%$ -Proposed Fee:12.00%$ 6,000,000.00 Total CPFF$ 71,300,000.00 TOTAL ANNUAL PRICE (Total FFP+ Total CPFF)$ 141,600,000.00 UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionDraft Factor II: PricingTotal Evaluated Price (TEP) cont’d1Total Proposed PriceTotal AnnualPrice for year one, year two, and year three2Initial DeliveryOrderGovernment Establishedamount of $1,0003Total ProposedAmountAdd Rows1 and 267Repeat calculations for year 2 and year 3UNCLASSIFIEDSource SelectionFinal Foot-StompEnsure completeandquality proposals are submittedSection L -“Instructions to Offerors”Section M –“Evaluation Criteria”Make it easy for the evaluatorsTo UnderstandTo ReadTo Find InformationTo Compare what you provide to the published evaluation criteriaComply with Organizational Conflict of Interest ClausePay attention to the BetaSam website postingMilestoneDates are Estimated!68UNCLASSIFIEDEstimated MilestonesEVENTDATEIndustry Day19-21 Jan 21Final RFP Release4 May 21Proposals Due21 Jun 21Oral Briefs (o/a week of)30 Jul 21Contract Awards10 Dec 21 (w/o discussions)30 Jun 22 (w/ discussions)DebriefingsImmediately following award69UNCLASSIFIEDPost-Award ProcessesOrdering ProceduresDelivery Order Proposal Request “DOPRs” processResponsesTimelinesComplexitiesEvaluations –Best Value –tradeoff or LPTAPricelistceiling ratesSubcontractingOrganizational Conflict of InterestContract TypesFair Opportunity IAW FAR 16.5Ordering Period vs Performance period70UNCLASSIFIEDTETRAS II ContractQuestions71