RFP 8061 - Citywide Building Security Assessment

Agency: City of Norfolk
State: Virginia
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
  • 561612 - Security Guards and Patrol Services
  • 561621 - Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths)
Posted Date: Dec 18, 2019
Due Date: Jan 28, 2020
Solicitation No: RFP 8061-0-2020/DH
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Bid Number: RFP 8061-0-2020/DH
Bid Title: RFP 8061 - Citywide Building Security Assessment
Category: Purchasing
Status: Open

Description:

The Contractor shall conduct a security risk assessment of City owned/ leased facilities selected by the City and shall develop a security master plan including implementation and potential physical security upgrade costs for recommended improvements resulting from the assessment.

Publication Date/Time:
12/4/2019 12:00 AM
Closing Date/Time:
1/28/2020 2:00 PM
Addendum Date/Time:
12/18/2019
Pre-bid Meeting:
N/A
Contact Person:
Danny Hawk
danny.hawk@norfolk.gov
Download Available:
Yes
Fee:
No.
Business Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Miscellaneous:
Addendum 1 Posted 12/18/2019 - See Attached
Related Documents:

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RFP 8061-0-2020/DH
Physical Security Risk Assessment of City Buildings
Issuing Office: Office of the Purchasing Agent
Attn: Danny Hawk
810 Union St., Suite. 303
Norfolk, VA 23510
V: 757-664-4026
danny.hawk@norfolk.gov
Issued: 12/4/2019
RFP OPENING DATE AND TIME: 01/07/2020
2:00 p.m. Eastern Time
ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF ADDENDUM: #1____ #2____ #3____ #4____ (Please Initial)
THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO PERFORM ANY CONTRACT AWARDED AS A RESULT OF THIS RFP, IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF TERMS & CONDITIONS SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE SIGNATURE
BELOW SHALL BE PROVIDED BY AN AGENT AUTHORIZED TO BIND THE COMPANY. FAILURE TO EXECUTE
THIS PORTION MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF THE OFFERORS PROPOSAL.
Offeror Legal Name:
Virginia State Corporation Commission
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Offeror Address:
Offeror Contact Telephone Number:
Authorized Agent Signature:
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Table of Contents
SECTION I: PURPOSE, BACKGROUND AND SCOPE OF SERVICES ............................................................................3
SECTION II: INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS .............................................................................................................6
SECTION III: CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS .............................................................................................. 12
SECTION IV: PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS..........................................................................................17
SECTION V: ATTACHMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 21
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SECTION I: PURPOSE, BACKGROUND AND SCOPE OF SERVICES
A. Purpose:
The City of Norfolk (the “City”) seeks proposals from qualified security consultants to perform
Physical Security Risk Assessments for City owned and leased buildings. Offerors with at least five
(5) years of demonstrated experience in Building Security Risk Assessments are invited to respond.
These efforts are intended to complement and enhance the City’s existing security measures, efforts
and protocols.
Given the sensitive nature of this project, the Contractor shall ensure that proper data security and
confidentiality procedures are followed to protect all project communications and documents.
B. Background:
Norfolk, Virginia is a city with a population of approximately 240,000 residents and more than 100
diverse neighborhoods. It is the cultural, educational, business and medical center of Hampton
Roads, hosts the region's international airport and is one of the busiest international ports on the
East Coast of the United States. Norfolk is also the home of Norfolk Naval station, the world’s largest
naval base, the Norfolk District of the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers as well as the headquarters for
the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (“NATO”). The City owns and/or leases 213+ facilities located
throughout its city limits.
C. Scope of Services:
The Contractor shall conduct a security risk assessment of City owned/ leased facilities selected by
the City and shall develop a security master plan including implementation and potential physical
security upgrade costs for recommended improvements resulting from the assessment.
Project Objectives
Identify and assess the overall security risks and vulnerabilities to include determining
Facility Security Level (FSL) associated with the City facilities and designated sites;
Recommend options and associated resources to mitigate or eliminate threats and
vulnerabilities;
Produce a Security Risk Assessment Report and Security Master Plan; and
Produce schematic design(s) for recommended physical improvements to buildings and
surrounding site area facility.
Task 1 – Facility Security Level (FSL) Assessment
The Contractor shall conduct a preliminary FSL Assessment on each selected City building. The FSL
Assessment will correspond to a level of risk that relates directly to a Level of Protection (LOP) and
associated set of baseline security measures. The integration of the Physical Security Criteria (PSC) is
predicated on an FSL designation.
The FSL is based on the analysis of several security-related facility factors listed below, which then
serve as the basis for the implementation of certain protective security measures specified in the
Facility Security Management Process for Federal Facilities, An Interagency Security Committee
Standard, dated November 2016/2nd Edition, available at
https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/isc-risk-management-process-2016-
508.pdf:
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Mission Criticality
Symbolism
Facility Population
Facility Size
Threat to Facilities
Task 2 - Physical Security Risk Assessment and Recommendations
The Contractor shall:
Provide a thorough inspection and evaluation of all aspects of the physical security features
of the selected City facilities and designated sites to identify critical risks.
Provide a FSL assessment in accordance with the Facility Security Management Process for
Federal Facilities, An Interagency Security Committee Standard, dated November 2016/2nd
Edition, which shall (1) identify security related threats from internal and external sources
during and after operating hours, (2) identify critical assets, (3) identify security scenarios on
which to base the security program, (4) analyze vulnerabilities, (5) assess impacts of threat
scenarios, (6) identify actions that mitigate risk, and (7) provide an analysis of mitigation
actions using a risk matrix scoring approach with risk scores that consider likelihood and
severity of impacts.
Review the current City’s security systems (e.g., restricted and unrestricted access control,
intrusion detection, video surveillance, lock and key control) and policies and provide
recommendations. Recommendations shall include, at a minimum, any physical changes
required, any suggested equipment purchases or upgrades, their estimated cost, and any
recommended changes to security policies or staffing resources.
Note: For the purposes of this RFP, the assessment should not include the electronic
infrastructure (e.g. IT, computer and communication systems), except to the extent that these
systems are interconnected with physical access. Assessment of cyber-terrorism threat is not
included in the scope of this RFP.
Provide a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) evaluation of areas
surrounding the buildings including grounds, parking lots, lighting, and landscape. The CPTED
evaluation shall be performed by an ICA Certified CPTED Practitioner.
Produce and deliver a written Physical Security Risk Assessment Report for each building
identified by the City for review by City staff. The report should detail findings and present a
summary of recommended solutions to address any identified vulnerabilities and risks. In
addition to other requirements set out in this RFP, the Physical Security Risk Assessment
Report shall include:
o Identification of multiple solutions for identified risks.
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o A cost estimate for implementation of all recommended improvements. Where
multiple solutions exist, provide an estimated cost for each.
o Prioritized implementation plans for all recommendations. To the extent feasible,
identify and prioritize immediate, short term, and long-term improvements.
o Identification and documentation of any federal, state or local funding opportunities
(grants, loans, incentives, etc.) that may be available to implement the
recommended improvements. Specify the requirements and application procedures
associated with each funding opportunity.
o Review of current Emergency Response Plans and Emergency Notification System
(Emergency Communications Network-Code Red) capabilities.
Prepare a security assessment report at the end of each site assessment for the City’s
Executive Team. Each report shall present the information listed below in the format outlined
below:
o Site Information
o Site Description
o Methodology
o Approach
o Facility Security Level Determination
o Assessment Information & Findings
o Site Security
o Structure Security
o Facility Entrance Security
o Interior Security
o Security Systems
o Security Operations and Administration
o Physical Security Risk Assessment Report: Two (2) printed, bound copies and an
electronic version in both Word and PDF formats
Physical Security Risk Assessment Report shall be submitted to the City for review within five
(5) business days after each site assessment is complete. The final version of the facility
security assessment report shall be submitted no later than seven (7) business days after
notice that the City’s internal review and editing process is complete, and after the Contractor
addressed all City questions.
Physical Security Risk Assessment Report (including security design cost estimates for
recommended improvements): five (5) printed, bound copies and an electronic version in
both Word and PDF formats.
Schematic design(s) of recommended physical changes to the City Hall site: five (5) printed
copies and an electronic version in a PDF format.
Presentations: Provide at least (4) four in-person presentations to management and other
stakeholder groups to review findings and recommendations with the City.
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