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ProTech 2.0
Fisheries Domain
Industry Day

April 6, 2022

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

Professional, Scientific, and Technical
Services (ProTech) 2.0
Fisheries Domain Industry Day

April 6, 2022

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

Administrative Info

• This Industry Day event is part of the planning process

• A final Request for Proposals (RFP) has not been issued for this

Domain

• All acquisition-related information is subject to change

• Use the questions box to submit questions

• Electronic copies of each presentation and the Q&A will be

posted to the SAM.gov posting

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

Agenda

•Welcome / Administrative Remarks
•Acquisition and Grants Office (AGO) Opening Remarks

• Kelly Mabe, Deputy Director of AGO

•National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Opening Remarks

• Paul Doremus, Ph.D, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Operations at

• Karl Moline, Office of Science and Technology, Chief, Operation,

NOAA Fisheries
•NMFS Program Office Remarks

Management, and Information Division

•ProTech Program Overview

Jay Standring, ProTech Branch Chief

•ProTech 2.0 Fisheries Domain Draft RFP Review

• Erika Chavarria, CO for ProTech 2.0 Fisheries Domain
• Ray Howard, COR and Account Manager for ProTech Fisheries Domain

•Questions and Answers
•Closing Remarks

NOAA Acquisition &
Grants Office (AGO)
Professional, Scientific, and Technical
Services (ProTech) 2.0
Fisheries Domain Industry Day

Kelly Mabe, AGO Deputy Director

04/06/2022

NOAA’s Mission Today

Science, service and stewardship:

● To understand and predict changes in
climate, weather, oceans, and coasts;

● To share that knowledge and
information with others; and

● To conserve and manage coastal and
marine ecosystems and resources.

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 6

FY 2021 Execution and Management

Contracts:

transactions

• FY21 acquisition spend: $1.9B, executed via 19,402 acquisition

• 47.6% of NOAA acquisition dollars were awarded to small businesses

• FY21 grants spend: $1.4B, executed via 2,515 financial assistance

transactions

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 7

Clients and Partners - Industry

FY21 Top 10 NAICS by obligations:

541512

COMPUTER SYSTEMS DESIGN SERVICES

517919

ALL OTHER TELECOMMUNICATIONS

541519

OTHER COMPUTER RELATED SERVICES

541511

CUSTOM COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SERVICES

541712

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING,
AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)

237990

OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION

541330

ENGINEERING SERVICES

541611

541990

ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT
CONSULTING SERVICES

ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL
SERVICES

541620

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES

$354 M

$150 M

$140 M

$138 M

$102 M

$91 M

$88 M

$82 M

$78 M

$64 M

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 8

Acquisition Program Strategy
● Alignment of acquisition program with programmatic areas

● Build strong partnership with industry

○ Commitment to Small Business/Socioeconomic programs

● Leverage Strategic Sourcing and Best in Class Contracts

○ Mission based Strategic Sourcing Strategy

■ Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Program

■ NOAA Mission IT Services (NMITS)
■ Dept. of Commerce (DOC)/General Services Administration

(ProTech)

(GSA)

● Adopt innovative acquisition techniques to accelerate

acquisition and reduce administrative burden

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 9

ProTech

• The current ProTech program is half-way through the

original periods of performance. Awarded Task Orders
across all four Domains is just over $1.1B (shared
ceiling of $3B).

• Four Domains - Satellite, Fisheries, Oceans, and

Weather, with multiple award ID/IQ contracts, will be
awarded under the “ProTech 2.0” program, dovetailed
to the end of the current ProTech contracts.

• Transparency has been (and will remain) a key focus of

the ProTech program.

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 10

“ProTech 2.0”

• The “ProTech 2.0” program includes a longer

period of performance (10 year total) to allow for
performance stability and encourage long-term
solutions. The shared ceiling will be $8B.

• The program will continue to allow “teaming-on-the-
fly”, where Prime awardees can pursue any Task
Order in their Domain, and add to their team if they
choose, to do so.

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 11

Summary

• ProTech continues to be the mandatory source for
professional, scientific and technical services for
NOAA, and for DOC where applicable.

• Building on the success of the current ProTech

program, the “ProTech 2.0” Domain contracts will
provide NOAA with long-term partners and
solutions to the challenges we face in the future.

Department of Commerce // National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration // 12

NOAA Fisheries
ProTech 2.0
Industry Day

Paul Doremus, Ph.D.,
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Operations
April 6, 2022

We Reflect Broad Agency Missions, Visions

Help the American
Economy Grow

Resilient Ecosystems,
Communities, And Economies

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

Our Mission
NOAA Fisheries is responsible for the stewardship of the
nation's ocean resources and their habitat. We provide vital
services for the nation, all backed by sound science and an
ecosystem-based approach to management:
Healthy ecosystems
Productive and sustainable fisheries
Recovery and conservation of protected resources
Safe sources of seafood

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

Who We Are
● 4,000+ employees with a range
of expertise and experience
● Serving diverse communities
● Working across the nation

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

Where We Are

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

Regional Highlights

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

HEADQUARTERS

SCIENCE ADVISORS
Ecosystem Management

SCIENCE PROGRAMS

Assistant Administrator
for Fisheries

Organizational Chart

Research Economist
Jason Link, Ph.D.

Stock Assessments
Doug Lipton, Ph.D.

Director of Scientific
Programs and Chief Science
Advisor

Deputy Assistant
Janet Coit
Administrator for Regulatory
Programs

Deputy Assistant
Cisco Werner, Ph.D.
Administrator for Operations

Office of Science & Technology

Evan Howell, Ph.D.
Alaska Fisheries Science Center

Robert Foy, Ph.D.
Northeast Fisheries Science Center

Pacific Islands Fisheries Science
Center

Michael Seki, Ph.D.
Southeast Fisheries Science Center

Clay Porch, Ph.D
Southwest Fisheries Science Center

Jon Hare, Ph.D.
Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Kristen Koch

Samuel Rauch III

REGULATORY
PROGRAMS

Paul Doremus, Ph.D.

Alaska Regional Office

Jon Kurland
Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office

Office of Sustainable Fisheries

Jenni Wallace [A]
Office of Protected Resources

Kim Damon-Randall
Office of Habitat Conservation

Carrie Selberg Robinson

Michael Pentony
Pacific Islands Regional Office

Michael Tosatto
Southeast Regional Office

Andy Strelchek
West Coast Regional Office

U.S. Department of Commerce | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Marine Fisheries Service

Scott Rumsey [A]

Alexa Cole

SENIOR ADVISOR
Rick Methot, Ph.D.
Seafood Strategy

Michael Rubino
OPERATIONS

Chief of Staff

Brianne Szczepanek
Office of Aquaculture

Danielle Blacklock
Office of Law Enforcement

Jim Landon
Office of International Affairs &
Seafood Inspection

Kevin Werner, Ph.D.

Office of Management & Budget

Ming Warren [A]
Office of Chief Information Officer

Nancy Majower
Office of Policy

Jennifer Lukens
Office of Communications

Kate Naughten
Office of Human Capital Management

Michelle Arias
EEO & Diversity

Natalie Huff

Our Priorities
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