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|Posted Date:||Oct 11, 2017|
|Due Date:||Oct 10, 2017|
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Added: Nov 30, 2016 10:40 am Modified: Aug 09, 2017 1:14 am Track Changes
This is an updated Sources Sought Synopsis initially posted on 30 November 2016.
This announcement is for information only, to be used for preliminary planning purposes. No proposals are being requested or accepted with this synopsis. This is not a solicitation or a Request for Proposal (RFP) and no contract shall be awarded from this synopsis. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District (EUD) anticipates the issuance of a Request for Proposal amending the original solicitation W912GB-14-R-0030 the 1
Quarter of FY 2018 and the potential award of additional contracts under the FY15 Israel Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) On-Ramp procured during the 2
Quarter of FY 2018. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this sources sought or any follow up information requests.
Background of FY15 Israel MATOC IDIQ On-Ramp
Currently the Israel FMS Construction Program has $400,000,000 in on-going construction projects and $165,000,000 in Pre-award actions. The Program projects approximately thirty (30) $1M to $15M additional task orders on the FY15 Israel MATOC over the next 34 months remaining on the current contract.
The FY15 Israel MATOC contract permits bringing on additional United States Contractor(s) under the On-Ramp procedures as planned for in the original Indefinite Deliver Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Solicitation W912GB-14-R-0030.
The FY15 Israel MATOC at award was a $249.5M construction IDIQ with a base year ($49.9M) and four (4) option years ($49.9M each). Six (6) contracts were awarded on 18 Jun 2015. The contracts are currently in Option Year 2 with Option Year 3 to be exercised in Jun 2018. The number of current active contracts is four (4).
The On-Ramp procedures as provided in the initial solicitation and contracts awarded are:
The Government reserves the right to re-open competition at any time during the term of the contract. The KO intends to periodically review the need for additional Contractors during the contract period of performance (PoP). If it is determined to be in the Governments best interest to add Contractors, an on-ramp may be executed. When an on-ramp is used, the Government will advertise the reopening of the competition on FedBizOpps. All new awardees shall meet the criteria established in the initial solicitation. The evaluation and selection of awardees for any on-ramp will be the same as the evaluation and award criteria used for the initial basic contract awards. The anticipated number of awards will be announced in the reopening announcement posted to FedBizOpps; however the PCO has the discretion to award more or fewer contracts than the number anticipated in the solicitation depending upon the quality of the offers received.
Any Contractor that received a basic contract award shall not re-compete. The new awardee(s) will compete with any existing or remaining Contractors for all task orders. Any additions due to on-ramps will not impact the contract ceiling. The ordering period for new awardees will not extend the overall maximum term of the original contract, nor shall it re-establish the contract base period. The new awardee(s) will be eligible to compete for future task order requests for proposal issued against the basic IDIQ contract. The Government will not consider unsolicited request for additional Contractors.
Foreign Military Sales Requirement : The majority of work will be administered under Foreign Military Sales (FMS), and United States procurement laws and regulations will apply. The contract will be awarded and paid in U.S. dollars. This procurement will be restricted to United States construction firms only, in accordance with 41 U.S.C 421, 48 C.F.R. Chapter 1, FAR 6.302-4, and DFARS Part 225. Contractors participating in the anticipated solicitation must be U.S. firms. Any joint-venture shall require each joint-venture participant to be a U.S. firm.
Security Clearance Requirements : Some of the task orders under this contract may require a US Secret Facility Clearance (FCL). A fundamental condition for participation in any task order that involves a security clearance is that the Offerors must implement and execute all security clearance requirements. Offerors who wish to participate in task orders which involve a security clearance will be required to qualify their office and personnel in accordance with the solicitation Security Clearance Requirements. The Security Clearance Requirements are anticipated to be the following:
Contractor shall hold or be able to obtain an approved US Secret FCL to store material classified at the time of contract award. To be clear, a US Contractor, who at the time of award of an On-Ramp contract, that does not hold an approved Secret Facility Clearance may obtain one during the life of the contract and thus be eligible for these projects.
Any contractor who for any reason does not hold an approved Secret FCL at the time of issuance of a task order RFP will not be permitted to receive the RFP documents and submit a proposal.
3.) The specific security requirements will be task order dependent and provided for in the Special Contract Requirements (SRs) document with the task order RFP.
The intended solicitation will consist of a two (2) phase design-build selection procedure; Phase I - Pre-Qualification of Offerors and Phase II - Requests for Proposals from Pre-Qualified Offerors.
Phase I ? Pre-Qualification of Offerors
Those Offerors determined to be pre-qualified will be issued a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) for Phase II. The RFP will include additional contractual requirements which the offeror will review in order to prepare a technical and price proposal.
Response to Sources Sought Notice :
Offerors response to this Synopsis shall be limited to five (5) pages and shall include the following information:
Note : Clarifications and or questions shall be submitted in a separate word document and will not count towards the five (5) page limitation).
United States Offerors name, addresses, point of contact, phone number, DUNS and CAGE Code, and e-mail address as well as a declaration of the Offerors interest in proposing on the solicitation when it is issued.
Offerors capability to perform a contract of this magnitude and complexity to include Offerors in-house capability to execute this requirement, comparable work performed within the past five (5) years, a brief description of the project, customer name, timeliness of performance, customer satisfaction, and dollar value of the project). Offerors shall provide at least three (3) examples. The following are the areas of interest to the Government regarding the Offerors response to the synopsis.
Projects which involve construction of base facilities.
Projects which involve renovations of base facilities.
Projects which involve airfield runway works (new/replacement paving)
Projects built in an active environment and phased construction.
Projects which involve design-build.
Projects with a cost between $1,000,000 and $15,000,000.
Projects that demonstrate the US Offerors experience working in Israel.
Projects demonstrating the US Offerors experience with construction projects built in the United States in the last six (6) years.
For those offerors also interested in the projects requiring security clearances, submit the offerors capability to meet personnel requirements and the current status of holding an approved Secret FCL. If the offeror does not hold a current approved Secret FCL indicate whether the offeror has: 1) previously held a Secret FCL which has expired; 2) an FCL approval in progress; 3) plans to pursue an FCL, or 4) does not intend to pursue an FCL.
Interested Offerors shall respond to this Sources Sought/Market Survey Synopsis no later than 03:00 PM US Eastern Time 22 August 2017. Offerors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) in order to be eligible to receive an award and may call 1-866-606-8220 or visit the website www.sam.gov for more information. The USACE Europe District Contracting Office will be the sole point of contact for this action. E-mail responses to the Primary Contracting Point of Contact, Mr. Glenn Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org , Tel: +49 (0)611 9744-2723. The Alternate Contracting Point of Contact is Ms. Susan Dunnagan, email@example.com .
Contracting Office Address:
US Army Corps of Engineers - Europe District
Konrad-Adenauer Ring 39
65187 Wiesbaden, Germany
Place of Performance:
US Army Corps of Engineers ? Europe District
Israel Area Office
22 Maskit Street
Point of Contact(s):
Glenn Adams, +49 611 9744 2723
Susan Dunnagan, +49 611 9744 2078
Added: Sep 09, 2017 9:15 amAmendment 06 is being issued as the On-Ramp Solicitation for the FY15 Israel MATOC On-Ramp. They FY15 Israel MATOC has the ability to On-Ramp contractors at any time throughout the contract. Up to five(5) contractors will be selected and awarded a FY15 Israel MATOC contract.
This contract period of performance will only be the remaining period of the FY15 Israel MATOC, which is 17 June 2020 or if the capacity on the MATOC runs out.
This Amendment 06 On-Ramp Solicitation will follow the same procedures as the original solicitation that was issued in September 2014. It w ill be a 2 Phase solicitation process.
Current FY15 Israel MATOC contractors are excluded from proposing.
Refer to Amendment 06 for proposal submission requirements.
PHASE I TECHNICAL PROPSALS ARE DUE 10 OCTOBER 2017.
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September 9, 2017
W912GB-14-R-0030_Amendment_06_On-Ramp_FINAL.pdf (1,147.07 Kb)
Attch_1_Experience_Overview_Sheet.docx (27.36 Kb)
Description: Attch 1 Experience Overview Sheet
Attch_2_Experience_Information_Sheet.docx (34.98 Kb)
Description: Attch 2 Experience Information Sheet
Attch_3_Past_Performance_Questionnaire_(PPQ).pdf (182.96 Kb)
Description: Attch 3 Past performance Questionnaire (PPQ)
Attch_4_Letter_of_Commitment.doc (55.00 Kb)
Description: Attch 4 Letter of Commitment
Description: Attch 5 OPS Worksheet and Directions
Attch_6_Disclosure_of_Lobbying_Activities.doc (293.03 Kb)
Description: Attch 6 Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
Attch_7_Contractor_Certification_Key_Personnel_and_P... (30.70 Kb)
Description: Attch 7 Contractor Certification of Key Personnel and Performance
Attch_8_PriceSchedule.xls (64.50 Kb)
Description: Attch 8 Price Schedule
Attch_9_USACE_General_Specifications_Revised_May2015... (1,666.37 Kb)
Description: Attch 9 USACE General Specifications
Attch_10_Israel_HNTRS_All_Chapters_and_List_19Sep16.... (13,933.19 Kb)
Description: Attch 10 Host National Technical Requirements HNTRs
Attch_11_Sample_Contract_Requirements_-_SRs_29Aug14.... (1,257.00 Kb)
Description: Attch 11 Sample Contract Requirements SRs
September 28, 2017
Amendment_08_W912GB-14-R-0030_ON-RAMP.pdf (238.44 Kb)
Description: Amendment 08, W912GB-14-R-0030 ON-RAMP,
Responses to RFI's
October 11, 2017
Contracting Office Address :
Konrad-Adenauer Ring 39
Place of Performance :
US Army Corps of Engineers - Europe District
Israel Area Office
22 Maskit Street
Herzilya (Tel Aviv),
Primary Point of Contact. :
Glenn E. Adams,
Phone: +49 611 9744 2723
Secondary Point of Contact :
Susan K. Dunnagan,
Phone: +49 611 9744 2078
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