Attachment 4 - Industry Day Slides.pdf
Date Originally Posted
Jan. 15, 2020, 1:05 p.m.
Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Air Force Installation Contracting CenterMSgt Dean Criswell, SWTG Program ManagerJessica Santos, 338 SCONS Contracting OfficerCandice Richardson, 338 SCONS Contract SpecialistIndustry Day Special Warfare Training Wing Support Services 14 January 2020Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Overview•Introductions•Rules of Engagement•Organizational Conflict of Interest•PWS Overview •Technical Overview•Contracting Overview•Tour of Facilities2Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Introductions•Introductions•Chief Joshua Smith, SWHPS/CEM•MSgt Dean Criswell,350thSWTS/Prep Supt•MSgt LopakaMounts, 350thSWTS/OpsSupt•338 SCONS Contracting Representatives 3Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Rules of Engagement•Visitor Pass•Return all Visitor base passes to a Gov’t Representative at the conclusion of the Industry Day •Write Down Questions•Question forms provided•Questions will be collected at the end of the facilities tour•All Q&A’s will be recorded and posted to Beta.Sam.Gov•An open exchange with Industry--any verbal questions asked and any verbal answers given SHALL NOT be binding•Cost specific questions will not be addressed 4Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Rules of Engagement (cont’d)•Pictures •Due to student safety and security reasons, NO PICTURESwill be allowed •Curriculum •Due to the current contract and current contractor creative rights, No CURRICULUM will be given5Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Organizational Conflict of Interest•Avoid Conflict of Interest:•Potential OCI such as preparing specification or work statements can exclude a Contractor from a competitive acquisition •A conflict of interest occurs when an individual is involved in multiple interest, one of which could be possible bias the motivation for an act in the other•Can exist even if there has been no unethical or improper activity•Comply with FAR 9.56Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory PWS Overview MSgt Dean Criswell 350thSWTS7Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory PWS OverviewThis service is for the Contractor to:•Provide personnel that work in conjunction with the military staff to execute the SW curriculum as well as their corresponding administrative functions; •Provide skills and techniques in group/individual settings to prepare (enhance) students for follow-on SW training. The PWS requires Contractor Support to:•Provide professionally and technically experienced personnel to provide technical support, equipment maintenance, data collection, data analysis and master data management across the SW Enterprise. •Train, mentor, and coach prospective Special Warfare (SW) students in SW specific core physical and mental skills.8Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory PWS Overview (cont’d)•The Special Warfare Training Wing (SWTW) selects and trains the Air Force’s conventional and special operations ground combat forces to meet the demand of the future battlefield with headquarters located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX and support locations at Kirtland AFB, NM; Panama City, FL; Biloxi, MS: and Fayetteville, NC. •SWTW Support Services is designed to provide high quality training and support services for the SWTW by contracting professionally and technically experienced personnel. These personnel will execute the SW curriculum and support functions, thus mitigating current manning shortfalls currently affecting the SW force. 9Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Technical OverviewMSgt Dean Criswell 350th SWTS10Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Technical OverviewThe following information will be discussed during course tour: •Requirement •Equipment•Data•Training Material •GFP11Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Contracting OverviewJessica Santos338 SCONS12Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Contract Information•Anticipated Acquisition Strategy•Competitive Source Selection •Full and Open Competition or Small Business Set-Aside (To be Determined)•Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ)•Issue Task Orders for Scheduled Training•Inclusion of Options•Anticipated One -Year Base and Two –One Year Ordering Period•Single Award•Firm Fixed Price and some Cost CLINs13Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Anticipated SourceSelection Process•Tradeoff Source Selection Process (FAR 15.101-1)•This process 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 highest technically ratedproposal to achieve a best-value contract award. •Evaluation Factors•Factor 1: Technical•Factor 2: Past Performance•Factor 3: Cost/Price14Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Evaluation Factors•Technical•Selected sub-factors within the technical approach will be significantly more important than cost or price•Price•Prices will be evaluated to determine if proposed prices are reasonable and balanced •Reasonableness will be evaluated using proposal analysis techniques described in FAR 15.404•Past Performance•Recency-Within 3 years of release of solicitation. •Relevancy-Demonstrated experience providing, training support services selecting, developing, and training military students by leveraging technology to monitor, measure, improve and strengthen students performance and readiness. Relevant to the requirements in the solicitation. 15Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Evaluation Factors (cont’d)•Past Performance•Quality of Service-Confidence Assessment Rating is established through an integrated analysis of the Offerors recent, current and relevant past performance information. 16Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Teaming Arrangements•FAR 9.602 “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 capabilities; and 2)Offer the Government the best combination of performance, cost, and delivery for the system or product being acquired.”•FAR 9.603 “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…” 17Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Proposal Submission•Proposals:•Ensure quality proposals are submitted prior to deadline•Follow L & M Instructions to Offerors•Pay special attention to format, spellcheck, and content •Address each Factor and Sub-factor•Make proposals easy for the evaluators to: •Read •Find information •Compare what you provided to the evaluation criteria •Do not “cut and paste” from the PWS18Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Contracting Overview Summary•Way Forward:•Request for Proposal (RFP) •The strategy is still being developed and all information is subject to change•Reminder:•All exchanges and information provided on Industry Day SHALL NOT be binding•Questions will be collected at the end of the facilities tour (use form provided)•All Final Questions are due on 24 January 2020 (form provided on Beta.Sam.Gov):•Jessica Santos (Jessica.Santos@us.af.mil)•Candice Richardson (Candice.Richardson.email@example.com)19Warfighter Acquisition… Innovation, Excellence, Victory Tour of Facilities•Chief Smith •Human Performance Tracking •MSgt Criswell•SW Preparatory Course•MSgt LopakaMounts•SW A&S Selection 20