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Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Aug 25, 2020
Category: Aircraft Launching, Landing and Ground Handling Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

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This synopsis is a notice of intent that Support Equipment and Vehicles Division at Robins AFB, Georgia (AFLCMC/WNKAA) anticipates issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a Firm Fixed Price, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract for the Strategic Replenishment Contract (SRC) Acquisition for the sourcing, acquisition, and delivery a broad range of ground and aircraft common support equipment (CSE) end items. Three (3) separate groups of awardees are anticipated; allowing an offeror to propose to either Group A, or Group B, or Group C or any combination of Groups A, B, and C.�� The duration of the contract will be 10 years total to include a Basic contract period of one (1) year and ten (10) additional 12 month ordering periods. The period of performance will be for a total of ten (10) years and include a basic contract period of 12 months and nine (9) ordering periods of 12 months each.� This acquisition will be set aside for small business. The successful offerors (contractors) shall source, acquire, and delivery a broad range of ground and aircraft common support equipment (CSE) end items.� The SRC requirement includes approximately 500 national stock numbers (NSNs) from a subset of approximately 60 federal stock classes (FSCs) in support of the Air Force (AF), Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Air National Guard (ANG), AF Reserve, as well as other services.� A descriptive range of the assets involved consists of but is not limited to aerial stores lift trucks, aircraft engine trailers, air conditioners and heaters, base and aircraft arresting systems, basic expeditionary airfield resources, cranes, dollies, lift-adapters, and various electronic and mechanical aircraft maintenance testers.� NSNs included (see Attachment 1) are replenishments for existing capabilities and do not constitute new start programs.� The contractor shall perform these functions from the currently approved/qualified sources of supply as provided by the Government. NSNs with one or multiple approved sources of supply as well as those not procured in the recent years are included in the SRCs.� The contract also requires the SRC contractors to provide incidental services that include, but are not limited to, the following: Managing vendors to ensure they meet performance and quality requirements, to include providing warranties; Managing vendors to ensure on time delivery; establish and utilize a means to facilitate the electronic exchange of contract, order, shipping, cataloging, and vendor information for all included items; Provide Technical Orders in certain instances, upon Government request. A Statement of Work (SOW) will be provided as part of the RFP package along with various mandatory data deliverables such as Test Plans and Test Reports. Foreign Companies will not be permitted to participate in the competition.� Orders may require access to Technical Data that is Export Controlled Data. In order to access Export Controlled Data, Vendors must be registered in beta.SAM.gov, CCR, JCP and be approved for export control document access. FAR Parts 12 and 15 procedures will be utilized. Offerors shall prepare their proposals in accordance with mandatory, explicit, and detailed instruction contained in the RFP. This acquisition will utilize Technically Acceptable source selection procedures in accordance with FAR 15.101-2 and 15.3 as supplemented by the DoD Source Selection Procedures referenced in DFARS 215.300 and the AFFARS Mandatory Procedures 5315.3 to make an integrated assessment for a best value award decision. The Government intends to award multiple contracts as a result of this solicitation.� The Government will not be liable for costs incurred by offeror(s).� It is anticipated that a draft solicitation will be issued at the end of August 2020.� It is anticipated that the RFP will be released on or around 23 September 2020 and anticipated award in the May �June 2021 timeframe.� Solicitation Number: FA8532-20-R-0004.� Information in this announcement relative to line items is tentative and is subject to change in the final solicitation document that is published on beta.SAM.gov. Interested offerors may notify the POCs listed below for any additional questions. NO TELEPHONE QUESTIONS. Offerors are encouraged to register to receive notification for solicitation and all amendments/revisions and to check beta.SAM.gov site prior to submission of their proposal.

Original Point of Contact

POC Barry Frank, Phone: 478-222-8286, Erica Carter, Phone: 478-926-2037

Place of Performance

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