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Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Virtual Industry DayAerospace Support Services Contract (ASSC)FA4610-20-R-0007Antony Smith, Program ManagerVanessa Lechon, Procurement Contracting OfficerAugust 27, 2020 (zoomGov) 1 Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104The following is preliminary information onlyAll information provided is subject to changeGovernment is not currently soliciting proposalsBoth verbal and written answers are not binding: the circumstances of the proposed acquisition may change over timeNo part of Industry Day will be evaluatedYour involvement in the Virtual Industry Day is strictly voluntary. No costs shall be charged to the GovernmentPrompt feedback is strongly encouraged and greatly welcomedDisclaimer2Communication and requirements understanding is the primary objective of this IndustryDay presentation Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Rules of Engagement/ Protocol of Virtual Industry Day3Presenters will be the only ones speakingProgram Manager (PM)Procurement Contracting Officer (PCO)90 minutes planned (10:00am –11:30am PDT)There shall be no video/audio recordingof this webinar/presentationExpressed permission always requiredVirtual Industry Day items to be posted (beta.sam.gov special notice)Presentation (same used herein)Attendees (company name and cage code only)Questions / comments submittedComment Resolution Matrix (CRM) document: questions/comments and answersTurn up the volume on your speakers/laptop/phone for best sound Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Rules of Engagement/ Protocol of Industry Day4Question/Comment handling on zoomGovUse Q&A feature only“Raise Hand” feature will not be usedPost questions/comments to “Q&A” at the END OF PRESENTATION Call out slide #/title, clarify your intent: question/comment“Slide 8 -Question …(provide)” “Workload History slide –Comment … (provide).” EXAMPLE: Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Industry Day Goals and Benefits (PCO)Program Overview and History (PM)Current COVID-19 Posture (PM)What’s Changed (PM)Current Contract (PCO)Acquisition Approach and Schedule (PCO)Contract Structure, Model Contract and Attachments (PCO)Workload Data and Access (PCO)Government’s Priorities (PM)Program Requirements (PM)On-Site Visits (PM)Contact Information, Questions/Comments (PCO)Agenda5 Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Industry DayGoals and Benefits6Open dialogue between VAFB (buying office) and Industry Provide data/info for informed decision making (Govt/Contractor)Communication on program requirements, Full and Open Competition, and tentative scheduleWorkload Data History and accessIncorporate Industry comments into the RFP development processBetter RFPs, which clearly communicate Govtneeds/requirementsFocused, high quality proposalsFewer Evaluation Notices (problems and questions)More efficient source selectionsImproves likelihood of successful contract award, execution and reduction in operational risks Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Program OverviewASSC Program Objectives: Provide assured 24/7 aerospace launch services support for Government and commercial space launch, and other programs critical to meeting USSF stated goals …Combat Readiness and Lethality for Contested Multi-Domain Fight7 Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Program Description of ServicesDescription of services being acquired: ASSCis a non-personal services contract Management, operations, maintenance and support services (VAFB location)Unconventional fuels (e.g., liquid or gaseous propellants, oxidizers, cryogenic and pneumatic commodities used in rockets, missiles and space crafts) cryogenics and fuels accountabilityPersonal Protective Equipment (PPE) maintenance, certification and trainingHazardous operations support, fleet management, systems safety engineeringTransient Aircraft (TA), and Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) services, in support of 30th Space Wing (30 SW) at Vandenberg AFB, CA and 45th Space Wing (45 SW) at Patrick AFB, FL and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL.8 Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Program HistoryASSC Background:Current (incumbent) Contractor, United Paradyne Corporation (UPC)Small business (SB) concern20 year performance on ASSCHistorically SB set-aside 100%Based on unconventional fuels tasks being under 50% of overall ASSC requirementBaseline labor CLINs transitioned from CPAF (2002) to CPFF (2010); to FPIF (2011); to FFP (2016)CR (Materials and Travel) CLINs from 2002 to presentCustomer funded work requests Hybrid CPFF and CR from 2002 to present9 Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104What’s Changed10Strategy Changes:Full and Open competition ASSC is no longer a SB Set-asideTA/AGE tasks/services shall be required to be performed by a Small Business (see the PWS)Teaming arrangements with a Small Business would be required if a prime offeroris a Large BusinessTrade-off Best Value (details will be announced within the 2nddRFP)Requirements Changes:Work Request for Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy specific requirements transitioning from CPFF to a baseline CLIN 0005 FFPSpecial Projects/Studies work request tasks as needed to supportfuture changes in Range goals/objectives Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Current Contract (FA4610-16-C-0008): 100% SB set-aside, competitively awarded 28 Sept 2016Period of Performance (PoP) includes base year, four (4) 1-year options thru Sep 2021 and last option 6-months (ends 31 MAR 2022) Contract Type: Hybrid FFP with CR and CPFF CLINsCurrent Contract Value: $34.4M (thru 3rdoption year)CLIN 3001 30 SW Launch Support (FFP)$3,151,909.80CLIN 3002 30 SW TA/AGE (FFP)$525,955.99CLIN 3003 30 SW Materials (Cost only) $1,442,565.57CLIN 3005 45 SW TA/AGE (FFP)$983,501.40 CLIN 3006 45 SW Materials (Cost only) $52,000.00Work Request CLINs 3008-3036 (CPFF) $3,404,258.90 (to date total)WR CLIN 3012 for DLA was $1.6M, (see dRFP; to be baseline CLIN 0005 FFP)NOTE: CLIN 3004 and 3007 not used (administrative)NAICS: 541330 Engineering Support Svcs;size std$41.5M (Military and Aerospace)Type Requirements: Performance-based services Mission Essential Services: TA/AGE tasks at 30 SW and 45 SWCurrent Contract113rdOption YearFY20 CLINs Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Full and Open Competition PWS has language regarding performance of TA/AGE tasks/services shall be performed by a Small Business Concern at both 30 SW (VAFB) and 45 SW (PAFB and CCAS)If your company is a large business, we highly encourage you to start teaming dialogue with a SB concern who is experienced in TA/AGE services. Single AwardPerformance-basedTrade-off “Best Value”12Acquisition Approach Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.10413Acquisition ScheduleTentative Acquisition Schedule:1st Draft RFP Release: 7 Aug 2020Virtual Industry Day: 27 Aug 2020 Questions/comments due by: 7 Sep 2020Posting CRM (answers) by: 10 Sep 20202nd Draft RFP Release: 15 Oct 2020 (includes Sections K, L and M)Virtual Industry Day: 29 Oct 2020 Final questions/comments due by: 30 Oct 2020Posting CRM (answers) by: 10 Nov 2020RFP Issuance: 30 Nov 2020Proposals Due: 14 Jan 2021Anticipated Award: Dec 2021FOCUS: REQUIREMENTSFOCUS:SECTIONSK-L-M Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Contract Type: Hybrid FFP with CR, and CPFF CLINsFirm Fixed Price (FFP) CLINs for stable baseline requirementsCost Reimbursable (CR) CLINs for materials/ODCs and approved travelCPFF or FFP with CR CLINs for “work requests” and are established when funded by customers for FIAR compliance. Work requests CLINs must be in-scope, priced at time of need, and are dynamic launch support requirements reference workload data and work request slides Period of Performance1 month phase in period (1 Mar 22 –31 Mar 22) 6 months base period (1 Apr 22 -30 Sep 22)Six (6) 1-year options (1 Oct 22 -30 Sep 28)5 months option (1 Oct 28 –28 Feb 29) 6 months option PoPunder FAR 52.217-8 (contingent)14Contract Structure Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.104Source Selection Information -See FAR 2.101 and 3.10415Model Contract and AttachmentsCLIN Structure0999 –1 Month Phase-in (FFP)0001 –30 SW Launch Support (FFP)0002 –30 SW TA/AGE (FFP)0003 –30 SW Material and ODCs (CR)0004 –30 SW Travel (CR)0005 –DLA Energy Defense Fuel SupportPoint (DFSP) (FFP)0006 –DLA Energy DFSP Material and ODCs (CR)0007 –45 SW TA/AGE (FFP)0008 –45 Material and ODCs (CR)0009 –Work RequestsSection J -AttachmentsAttach 1 –Performance Work StatementAttach2 –GFP (30 SW/VAFB)Attach3 –Reserved (future needs)Attach4 –Service Contract Act (SCA) Wage DeterminationsAttach 5 –Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs)Exhibit A –Contract Data Requirement Lists (CDRLs) NOTE:Distribution Statements TBDData Rights TBDWe want your feedback on the dRFP: Please use the CRM template within the ASSC Special Notice on beta.sam.gov to submit questions and comments, outside of the live Virtual Industry Day on zoomGov. **Send your CRM file to both Contract S… Show All