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Attachment 1 Industry Day Briefing Slides 4 May 2020.pdf

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Summary
Industry Day Briefing for FA8224-20-R-0015 at Hill AFB focused on Point of Use (POU) consumables, held on 4 May 2020. The document outlined key rules of engagement for participants. It emphasized that no commitments were made during the event and discussions would not involve classified information. Contact information for key personnel involved in the acquisition planning phase was provided. The agenda for the electronic format of the Industry Day included group sessions and one-on-one sessions using a telecom format. Attendees were required to electronically sign in and submit responses to government questions by specific deadlines to facilitate market research and acquisition planning.

The purpose of the Industry Day was to gather market research, provide an overview of requirements, prepare for one-on-one sessions, and obtain industry input for a future draft Request for Proposal (RFP). Small business considerations regarding subcontracting limitations and non-manufacturer rules were highlighted, emphasizing compliance requirements for small businesses participating in the acquisition process.

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Ogden Air Logistics Complex

FA8224-20-R-0015
Hill AFB
Point of Use
(POU)
Consumables
Industry Day
Briefing

Joe Laing
AFMC OL: H/PZIEB
4 May 2020

Rules of Engagement

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

No agreements, promises or other commitments are made or implied by the Government or Contractors

Questions will be answered to the best of the teams knowledge of plans, desires, and general situation as it

participating in Industry Day.

exist at this time.

Please recognize we are in acquisition planning and market research phase only.

Contractor recommendations may or may not be incorporated into government documents and/or acquisition

The open public forum session is not appropriate for proprietary disclosures.

Discussions will not venture into classified information.

Government chairpersons will acknowledge each speaker and attempt to provide equal opportunity and time

strategy.

to speak.

Rules of Engagement cont

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

Please allow others to express themselves without interruptions.

When asking a question and/or making a statement, request you state your name and company

Non-proprietary Q&As from the general briefing and one-on-ones will be posted to beta.sam.gov.

All correspondence regarding this effort will be directed to the Contracting Officer and Contract

you are representing.

After Industry Day

Specialist.

Points of Contact

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

Contract Specialist
Mr. Joe Laing

DSN: 586-7934
COMM: 801-586-7934
Email: joseph.laing@us.af.mil

Contracting Officer

Dawn Schmidt

DSN: 777-0947
COMM: (801)777-0947
Email: dawn.schmidt.1@us.af.mil

Acquisition Program Manager

Mr. Justin Marshburn
DSN: 777-2957
COMM: (801)777-2957
Email: justin.marshburn.4@us.af.mil

Agenda for Electronic Format

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

Posting of FA8224-20-R-0015 Industry Day Notice on beta.sam.gov

Electronically Sign-in via Email

Group Session Electronic Format

Government Questions Requiring Response from Industry

One-on-One Session Telecom Format

Attendee Questions for One on One Session Telecom Format

Attendee Questions and Answers

Electronic Sign In

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

To provide the Government with an Industry Day attendee record, attendees accessing the FA8224-20-R-

0015 Hill AFB Point of Use (POU) Consumable Industry Day Notice are required to sign in electronically via
email.

Industry Day Conference attendees are interested parties that access the Industry Day Conference

information on beta.sam.gov.

NLT 26 May 2020, to electronically sign in, attendees are required to email the following information to the

contract specialist.

Company name
Cage Code
Attendee name, position, email and phone

The attendee record, with the electronic sign in to the contract specialist, will not be distributed to

attendees.

Group Session
Electronic Format

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X
The Industry Day Conference for Hill AFB Point of Use (POU) Consumables will be conducted on 23 Apr 2020
to 26 May 2020 using electronic format with the posting of the Industry Day Notice and related attachments on
beta.sam.gov.

Email between the government and attendees will be used to exchange information such as electronic sign in,

the response to government questions, and response to questions from industry.

Industry Day Conference General Session information is provided in electronic format via beta.sam.gov and

includes the following

Attachment 1 Industry Day Briefing slides from the following briefers

Procurement Joe Laing
Small Business Alysha Caldwell
Program Overview Slides Justin Marshburn

Attachment 2 Government Questions Requiring Response from Industry
Attachment 3 Draft Statement of Work
Attachment 4 Draft Exhibit C Market Basket List
Attachment 5 Draft Detailed Usage Aug 2018 to Mar 2020
Attachment 6 Industry Day Q&A

Government Questions Requiring
Response from Industry

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

Attachment 2 Government Questions Requiring Response from Industry is required to fulfill the purpose of

conducting market research to support the acquisition planning and prepare for one-on-one sessions.

NLT 8 May 2020, Industry Day Conference attendees (i.e., interested parties that access the Industry Day
Conference information on beta.sam.gov) are asked to answer the Attachment 2 questions and submit the
written response via email to the contract specialist.

The written response (answers to Attachment 2 questions) is required NLT 8 May 2020 to enable the

government to review the information prior to the 20 May 2020 one-on-one sessions.

The written responses provided by attendees are considered proprietary will not be posted on beta.sam.gov.

The Air Force will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by attendees in response of this Industry Day.

One-on-One Session
Telecom Format

The Industry Day Conference for FA8224-20-R-0015 for Hill AFB Point of Use (POU) Consumable will utilize

one-on-one meetings using telecom format to be conducted on 20 May 2020.

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

NLT 8 May 2020, Industry Day Conference attendees (i.e., interested parties that access the Industry Day
Conference information on beta.sam.gov) are asked to submit the written questions and areas requiring
clarification via email to the contract specialist. Submission of written questions and areas requiring
clarification will enable the government to better prepare for the one-on-one sessions.

NLT 8 May 2020, Industry Day Conference attendees (i.e., interested parties that access the Industry Day

Conference information on beta.sam.gov) are asked to submit the written request for a one-on-one session to
enable the government to schedule a time slot for the 20 May 2020 one-on-one sessions.

Attendees are limited to 2 participants to call in for telecom. The contractor will determine how many are present

during the telecom.

It is estimated the government participants will include Program Manager, Contracting Officer, Contract Specialist,

technical experts, and a time keeper/note taker.

The written request for one-on-one session are required to contain the following information

Company name
Cage Code
Attendee name, position, email and phone

One-on-One Session
Telecom Format cont

NLT 15 May 2020, 4:00 PM MST, the company will be emailed their scheduled time and the call in number.

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

One-on-one sessions are scheduled as 30 minute blocks with 25 minutes for presentation.

One-on-one sessions for Hill AFB POU Industry Day will only be held on 20 May 2020.

One-on-one sessions, either in person or via telecom, will not be held after 20 May 2020.

Requests for one-on-one sessions to be held after 20 May 2020 will be denied.

The Air Force will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by attendees in response of this Industry Day.

Questions and Answers

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

NLT 21 May 2020, Industry Day Conference attendees (i.e., interested parties that access the Industry Day Conference

information on beta.sam.gov) are asked to submit the written questions or requests for clarification to the contract specialist
via email.

The written questions for or requests for clarifications are required to contain the following information

Company name
Cage Code
Attendee name, position, email and phone

Attendees are allowed to submit questions or requests for clarification until 11 May 2020, 4:00 PM MDT, Hill AFB

local time. Questions received after 11 May 2020 date will not be responded to by the Government.

NLT 26 May 2020, responses to questions and clarifications will be posted.

Attachment 6 Industry Day Q&A will be the document used to provide the responses to questions and clarifications.

The Air Force will NOT be responsible for any costs incurred by attendees in response of this Industry Day.

Industry Day Purpose

O G D E N A I R L O G I S T I C S C O M P L E X

Purpose

Obtain additional market research and assist in acquisition planning

Provide an overview of the OO-ALC mission and requirements to industry

Prepare for one-on-one sessions using telecom format

Obtain input and/or recommendations from industry for a future draft Request for Proposal (RFP)

Opportunity for industry to ask questions and obtain any clarifications to the requirement

Describe the anticipated strategy for this acquisition

Air Force Sustainment Center

UNCLASSIFIED

Small Business
Considerations

UNCLASSIFIED

Ms. Alysha Caldwell
AFSC/SB-Hill

Limitations on Subcontracting
(Supply)
If acquisition is determined to be a Small Business set-aside, Limitations on

Subcontracting and Non-Manufacturer Rule apply (See DoD Class DEVIATION 2020-
O0008)

UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

Small businesses must comply with limitations on subcontracting to be eligible for

award and for the contract compliance term (end of the base term and then by the end
of each subsequent option period, or by the end of the performance period for each
order issued under the contract) as established in the contract for a SB set-aside

For Supplies contracts, the prime contractor will not pay more than 50 percent of the

amount paid by the Government for contract performance, excluding the cost of
materials, to subcontractors that are not Similarly Situated Entities

When a contract includes both supplies and services, the 50 percent limitation shall

apply only to the supply portion of the contract

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