Logistics Coordinator ? Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services

Agency: State Government of New Hampshire
State: New Hampshire
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 541330 - Engineering Services
  • 541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
  • 541614 - Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services
Posted Date: Oct 11, 2021
Due Date: Nov 3, 2021
Solicitation No: RFA-2022-DPHS-08-LOGIS
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Description

This Request for Applications (RFA) is published to solicit applications from individuals for the provision of a Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) Logistics Coordinator to support the deployment of MMRS volunteers and oversee the supplies for the Department’s MMRS operations.

Documents RFA-2022-DPHS-08-LOGIS
Release Date October 11, 2021
Closing Date/Time November 3, 2021, 11:59 PM
Program Area Division of Public Health Services
Contact Brooke Provost
Telephone (603) 271-9673
E-mail Address Brooke.L.Provost@dhhs.nh.gov

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State of New Hampshire
Department of Health and Human Services
REQUEST FOR APPLICATION
RFA-2022-DPHS-08-LOGIS
FOR
Logistics Coordinator – Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services
October 11, 2021
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Logistics Coordinator – Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services
Table of Contents
1. Request for Services ................................................................................................ 4
Purpose and Overview ........................................................................................ 4
Scope of Services ............................................................................................... 4
Compensation & Contract Value ......................................................................... 8
Contract Period ................................................................................................... 8
Mandatory Responses to RFA Questions ........................................................... 9
Application Evaluation ......................................................................................... 9
2. Notices (Updated 1/28/20) ........................................................................................ 9
Exceptions........................................................................................................... 9
RFA Amendment............................................................................................... 10
Application Submission ..................................................................................... 10
Compliance ....................................................................................................... 10
Non-Collusion.................................................................................................... 11
Applicant Withdrawal......................................................................................... 12
Public Disclosure............................................................................................... 12
Non-Commitment .............................................................................................. 13
Request for Additional Information or Materials ................................................ 13
Liability .............................................................................................................. 13
Oral Presentations and Discussions ................................................................. 13
Successful Applicant Notice and Contract Negotiations.................................... 13
Scope of Award and Contract Award Notice ..................................................... 13
Site Visits .......................................................................................................... 14
Protest of Intended Award................................................................................. 14
Contingency ...................................................................................................... 14
Ethical Requirements ........................................................................................ 14
3. Application Process ................................................................................................ 15
Overview ........................................................................................................... 15
Application Content ........................................................................................... 15
Procurement Timetable and Contact Information.............................................. 16
Applicant’s Questions and Answers ............................................................. 17
Validity of Application..................................................................................... 17
4. Appendices ............................................................................................................. 17
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New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Logistics Coordinator – Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services
Appendix A – P-37 General Provisions and Standard Exhibits (for reference
only-do not return) ..................................................................................................... 17
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New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Logistics Coordinator – Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
1. Request for Services
Purpose and Overview
Purpose
This Request for Applications (RFA) is published to solicit applications from
individuals for the provision of a Metropolitan Medical Response System
(MMRS) Logistics Coordinator to support the deployment of MMRS
volunteers and oversee the supplies for the Department’s MMRS
operations.
The Department of Health and Human Services (Department) anticipates
awarding one (1) contract, to one (1) Applicant for the services in this RFA.
Overview
The Bureau of Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery
(EPRR), which operates under the direction of the Department’s Division of
Public Health, oversees disaster emergency response efforts. EPRR is
responsible for managing the Department's emergency supplies, MMRS,
supporting technologies used during disasters, and fulfilling the health and
medical services and mass care and sheltering needs of the citizens of NH
during a disaster.
The MMRS task force is a self-contained unit of volunteer doctors, nurses,
pharmacists, paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), mental
health professionals and non-medical personnel who are available to
respond statewide with the primary mission of medical supports to first
responders at Weapons of Mass Destruction incidents. Other missions
include medical support at hazardous materials incidents, mass casualty
incidents, public health events and assisting hospitals during a surge event.
The task force is an Emergency Support Function #8 resource under the
direction of the Department. NH MMRS is also partnered with the Maine
MMRS Task Force and able to provide mutual assistance if needed. NH
MMRS has two (2) full day trainings and several web-based meetings
throughout the year and additionally offers numerous training opportunities
within the state, New England region and nationally.
Scope of Services
The selected Applicant must at minimum hold a valid New Hampshire
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) License and a valid driver’s license.
The selected Applicant must be available 24 hours per day 7 days per
week, as requested by the Department for a potential deployment.
The selected Applicant is only required to be on site, as set in
consultation with the Department based on objectives and priorities. On
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New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Logistics Coordinator – Metropolitan Medical Responses System Services
average the selected Applicant is expected to provide up to 11.5 hours
per month of services.
The selected Applicant must establish goals and priorities, in
coordination with the Department. If the selected Applicant is deployed,
additional hours may be requested by the Department.
The selected Applicant must support the New Hampshire Metropolitan
Medical Response System Medical Task Force (MTF-1) by providing the
following services, which include, but are not limited to:
Maintaining an inventory of the MMRS equipment at the
Department’s warehouse in the City of Concord, New
Hampshire.
Maintaining a method of receiving ongoing communications
with the MMRS Commander prior to, during, and post
deployment.
Developing a roster of MMRS MTF-1 members to be deployed
within (24) hours of receiving notice of need, unless otherwise
specified.
Utilizing the alert system to notify volunteer MMRS MTF-1
members of confirmed deployment details.
Supporting COVID-19 mobile team vaccination efforts, per the
Department’s request.
The selected Applicant must ensure the MMRS MTF-1 team is ready for
deployment by:
Ensuring all materials, pharmaceuticals, protective gear, and
other necessary equipment are ready for deployment.
Confirming credentials of all volunteers being deployed.
Communicating action plans for deployment to all volunteers.
Confirming and communicating expectations of methods of
communication to be utilized in the field.
Coordinating, confirming, and communicating any other
pertinent information needed to effectively deploy the MMRS
MTF-1 team.
The selected Applicant must maintain an inventory of MMRS supplies at
the Department’s warehouse. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Collaboration with the Department to ensure proper stock of
inventory.
Distribution of necessary medical and non-medical supplies
and equipment to the MMRS MTF-1 team in the event of an
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