Attachment 12 - KEOS Virtual Industry Day Brief.pdf
Date Originally Posted
Aug. 14, 2020, 2:54 p.m.
UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESIndustry Day Instructions / Information•Meeting will be Audio only •Disruptive participants and those with unmuted mics may be dropped from the meeting•Questions will NOT be permitted during this briefing. All questions shall be submitted in writing to KEOS POCs NLT Noon MDT 7 August 2020•When joining: •Ensure your microphone is muted. Do not unmute your microphone at any point•In the chat, post your company name, one e-mail address, and list ALL attendee names for attendancePlease note that this WebEx service allows audio and other information sent during the session to be recorded, which may be discoverable in a legal matter. By joining this session, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to being recorded, you may exit the session.As of 5 Aug 2020Slide 1UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 2IntroductionsGary SchneiderDirector, Base Civil Engineer DivisionCharles Van SlykeDeputy,Base CivilEngineerDivisionLeon BarosChief,CE Operating ServicesJoseph LujanProject Officer, CE Operating ServicesJennifer WilterdinkContractingOfficer,377 MSG/PKCRichard Odame Contracting Specialist, 377 MSG/PKCUnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 3Overview•Welcome and Introductions•377thMSG/CE Opening Remarks•Kirtland Engineering Operations Services (KEOS) FOPR Overview•377thABW Mission Video•KEOS PWS Overview•Break •KEOS PWS Virtual Base Tour•Closing Remarks UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 4377th MSG Civil Engineer DivisionGary J. SchneiderBase Civil Engineer377th Civil Engineer DivisionKEOSIndustry Day BriefingBCE Opening RemarksUnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 5Kirtland Engineering Operations ServicesContracting OverviewJennifer Wilterdink, Contracting Officer377 MSG/PKC5 August 2020UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESContracting Points of Contact•Use beta.SAM.govfor gaining your information relative to this requirement as it will always contain the most updated information•When corresponding via e-mail, contact boththe Contract Specialist AND the Contracting Officer •Contracting Officer: Jennifer Wilterdinkjennifer.email@example.com•Contract Specialist: Lt. Richard Odamerichard.firstname.lastname@example.org 505-846-9062As of 5 Aug 2020Slide 6UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESRules of Engagement•Contracting Office (377 MSG/PK) is the POC for all information•All questions for which Offerors desire an “official” answer must be submitted in writing NLT Noon MDT 7 August 2020 –Questions will not be answered during this briefing•Attendanceis MANDATORY for all offerors submitting proposals, so please ensure we have your attendance recordedAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 7UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAcquisition Strategy•Acquisition Strategy Summary•Non-Commercial, FAR Part 16.5 Fair Opportunity selection under the General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business Pool 1 contract•Competitive Small Business SetAside•Contract Type:•Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract type with Firm FixedPrice (FFP) and Cost Reimbursable (CR) CLINs•Period of Performance:•8 years (1 base year and 7 option years)•Single Task Order Award in accordance with (IAW) OASIS Basic Contract Ordering and Fair Opportunity Proposal Request (FOPR) ProceduresAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 8UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESCLIN StructureCLINDescriptionType0001Grounds MaintenanceFFP0002Management and General ServicesCPFF0003Engineering ServicesCPFF0004Installation Management ServicesCPFF0005Emergency ManagementCPFF0006Operations EngineeringCPFF0007Facility ProjectsCPFF0008Parts, Materials, ServiceCR0009UtilitiesCR0010PropaneCR0011Travel and TrainingCR0012Contract Access Fee (CAFCR0013Mobilization and TransitionFFPBase Year plus seven (7) Option yearsAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 9UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESClause H001 Monthly Performance StandardsAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 10UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESSource Selection Procedures•Evaluation Criteria: •Factor 1: Staffing•Subfactor 1: Organization Chart/Proposed Team Compliment•Subfactor 2: Key Personnel Qualifications•Factor 2: Technical•Subfactor 1: Training Program and Knowledge Transfer•Subfactor 2: Engineering Services •Subfactor 3: Operations Services•Subfactor 4: Real Property•Subfactor 5: Emergency Management •Factor 3: Cost/Price•Reasonable, Realistic, and BalancedAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 11UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESEvaluation Process•Evaluation (Three Phases):•Phase I•All offerors will be comparatively evaluated for Factor 1: Staffing.•Phase II•The four (4) highest rated offerors for Factor 1 will be comparatively evaluated for Factor 2: Technical.•Phase III•The two (2) highest rated offerors for Technical will be evaluated for Factor 3: Cost/Price. •The Government reserves the right to evaluate more than 2 proposals against the cost/price factor to determine the best value•The Best Value assessment allows for a tradeoff between non-cost factors and cost/price and allows the Government to accept other than the lowest priced proposal or other than the most highly rated technical proposal to achieve a best-value task order award.•Relative Importance of Factors:Staffing is more important than Technical, which is more important than cost/price; however, cost/price will contribute substantially to the award decision.As of 5 Aug 2020Slide 12UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESEvaluation Process•Comparative Analysis: •For Factors 1 and 2, the Government will perform a comparative analysis (comparing Offeror proposals to one another) in order to select the Offeror that is best suited to fulfill the requirements of the FOPR. •The comparative analysis will be based on the Offeror’s responses to the Staffing, Technical and Cost/Price Factors, given their stated relative order of importance. •Offerors who meet or exceed the Government’s stated requirements will be ranked according to the comparative analysis. •This ranking will determine whether an offeror is highly ranked enough to move to the next factor for evaluation. •An offer will be ranked based on how it meets or exceeds the minimum requirements, what advantages it presents to the Government, and how those advantages compare to other offers. •Failure to meet the minimum qualifications will result in an offeror being ineligible for award. •The proposal that meets all evaluation criteria across allfactors and is determined to provide the best value will be considered most advantageous to the government.As of 5 Aug 2020Slide 13UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIES377 ABW Mission Video Mission VideoAs of 5 Aug 2020Slide 14UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 15Kirtland Engineering Operations ServicesPWS OverviewJoseph Lujan, Project Officer377 MSG/CENB5 August 2020UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 16KEOS PWS Overview •PWS Structure•PWS Sections •Key AreasUnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 17KEOS PWS Structure•PWS Structure•Descriptionof Services and Scope of Requirements (specifics of what services are to be performed)•Directives/guidance (further regulatory definition of scope)•Personnel requirements (education/certification/experience)•Security Personnel Clearance Requirements•Minimum Team Complement (MTC)•Key Personnel•PWS submittals and work products requirements (records, plans, programs…etc.)•Performance objectives/thresholds (how will performance be measured)UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 18KEOS PWS Sections•PWS Sections•General Services (Section D)•Engineering Services(Section E)•Installation ManagementServices (Section F)•Operations Services (Section G)•Emergency Management Services (Section H)•Annexes•Includes various work requirements information and data•Arenot sequentially referenced/labeled, e.g. Annex references will jump from W2-9 to W2-12.UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 19PWS Sections (cont.)•General Services (Section D)•Mission Essential Contractor Services•Place of Performance•Safety Management System•Quality Control Inspection and Surveillance System•Government Security Management Support•Contractor Participation in Government Inspections and Exercises•ContractorTraining Program•ContractPhase-In (Mobilization/Transition)•Includes 8 Performance Objectives •Includes 23Submittals in Annex W1-3 KEOS SubmittalsUnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 20•Engineering Services (SectionE)•General Engineering Services•Installation Planning and Programming•Energy Management•Project Management and Execution•Procurement Packages•Engineering Cost Estimating•Installation Comprehensive Planning/Community Planning•Engineering Activities Management•Includes 31 Performance Objectives•Includes 72 Submittals in Annex W1-3 KEOS Submittals PWS Sections (cont.)UnclassifiedNUCLEAR LOGISTICS* STRONG PARTNERSHIPS* AIRMEN & FAMILIESAs Of: 5 AUG 2020Slide 21•Installation Management Services (Section F)•InformationTechnology Management•ControlSystems (CS) (Industrial Control Systems) Management•Real Property Management•Environmental Compliance•Environmental Sp