|Agency:||COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF|
|Type of Government:||Federal|
|Posted Date:||Sep 8, 2021|
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Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT) intends to issue an Invitation for International Bidding (IFIB) for contract support for replacement of five Makeup Air Units (MUAU).
Potential prime contractors must 1) be pre-approved for participation in NATO International Competitive Bidding (ICB), 2) be issued a Declaration of Eligibility (DOE) by the U.S. Government, and 3) have performed contracts within the last three years substantially similar in scope to the requirement described in the solicitation.
In addition, contractor personnel performing services under the contract must be citizens of a NATO nation, possess at least a SECRET level security clearance, and have appropriate professional training and experience in a related field.
The reference for this project is IFIB-ACT-SACT-21-108.
The type of contract is Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Deliverable.
The scope of work includes procurement of equipment, technical services, as-built drawings, labor, and material required to support the replacement of the MUAUs in accordance with specifications and in line with local and federal regulations and codes.
NATO ICB requires that the U.S. Government issue a DOE for potential U.S. prime contractors interested in this project. Before the U.S. Government can do so, however, the U.S. Government must approve the U.S. firm for participation in NATO ICB. U.S. firms are approved for NATO ICB on a facility-by-facility basis.
The U.S. NATO ICB application is a one-time application. The application requires supporting documentation in the form of 1) a company resume indicating contracts completed as a prime contractor and 2) an annual report or set of financial documents indicating compilation, review, or audit by an independent CPA.
U.S. firms can download a copy of the U.S. NATO ICB application from the following website:
The Department of Commerce (DOC) is the U.S. Government agency that approves NATO ICB applications. Please submit to the email address provided your application and supporting documentation (as attachments). If your firm is interested in a specific NATO ICB project at this time, please also include the following in the text of your email:
- the title and/or solicitation number of the project
- the name/phone/FAX/email of the company employee who should receive the bid documents
After approval of your one-time NATO ICB application, DOC will then know to follow up by issuing a DOE for the project. DOC will transmit the DOE to the NATO contracting agency.
Firms should request a DOE (and, for firms new to NATO ICB, submit a completed one-time NATO ICB application): 04 October 2021
HQ SACT issues IFIB (planned): 08 October 2021
HQ SACT will directly mail the IFIB to all firms that have been issued a DOE and will make the IFIB availalbe on the following website: https://www.act.nato.int/contracting
Bid closing (estimated): 19 November 2021
Contract Award: TBD
Period of performance: 01 January 2022 – 31 July 2022
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