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Sources Sought Notice - R-- Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Systems (PEO IEW&S) Engineering and Technical Assistance Support (SETA) For IEW&S Headquarters (HQ)

August 11, 2014



Sources Sought Notice - R-- Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Systems (PEO IEW&S) Engineering and Technical Assistance Support (SETA) For IEW&S Headquarters (HQ)

Notice Type: Sources Sought Notice

Posted Date: 08-AUG-14

Office Address: Department of the Army; Army Contracting Command; ACC-APG - Aberdeen Division C; , 6001 COMBAT DRIVE6001 COMBAT DRIVE 6001 COMBAT DRIVE , Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-1846

Subject: R-- Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Systems (PEO IEW&S) Engineering and Technical Assistance Support (SETA) For IEW&S Headquarters (HQ)

Classification Code: R - Professional, administrative, and management support services

Solicitation Number: W56KGY14RIEWS

Contact: Michael Maistros, 443-861-5381 mailto:michael.g.maistros.civ@mail.mil [ACC-APG - Aberdeen Division C ]

Setaside: N/AN/A

Place of Performance (address): ACC-APG - Aberdeen Division C 6001 COMBAT DRIVE6001 COMBAT DRIVE6001 COMBAT DRIVE, Aberdeen Proving Ground MD

Place of Performance (zipcode): 21005-1846

Place of Performance Country: US

Description: Department of the Army

Army Contracting Command

ACC-APG - Aberdeen Division C

The purpose of this announcement is to conduct market research, assessing the interest and technical capabilities of potential offerors, in order to further determine acquisition strategy for the following: This Request for information (RFI) is for planning purposes, and is not to be considered an invitation for bid, request for quotation, or as an obligation on the part of the Government to acquire any products or services. No reimbursement will be a made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this RFI or any follow up information request. This is a market survey to identify potential sources capable of providing Program Executive Office, Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Systems (PEO IEW&S) Engineering and Technical Assistance Support (SETA) For IEW&S Headquarters (HQ). The Government anticipates the requirement to be a cost plus fixed fee (CPFF) contract, consisting of one (1) twelve (12) month base period and two (2) twelve (12) month option periods (for a total of 36 months). The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this requirement is 541330 for Engineering Services with the correspondence small business size standard of $38.5M. The current contract/task order is W15P7T-06-D-E407/0034 The incumbent is Viatech Inc., 40 Christopher Way, Eatontown, NJ 07724-1273. Any and all interested businesses should provide information on the following as applicable: 1. An adequate accounting system for determining costs applicable to a Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract. 2. The financial ability to sustain this effort for 30-60 days under a cost-reimbursement type contract of this size. 3. Whether to be considered as a small business or a large business under NAICS Code 541330 and size standards of $38.5M. 4. Ability to comply with FAR 52.219-14, Limitations of Subcontracting, if being considered under a total small business set-aside, where at least 50 percent of the cost of contract performance incurred for personnel shall be expended for employees of the small business concern. 5. Possess a TOP SECRET (TS)/Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Clearance (including all employees who work on this effort). 6. For PWS paragraphs 4.2, 4.2.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.3, 4.2.4 & 4.2.5 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 7. For PWS paragraphs 4.3, 4.3.1, 4.3.2 & 4.3.3 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 8. For PWS paragraph 4.4 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 9. For PWS paragraphs 4.5 & 4.5.1 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 10. For PWS paragraph 4.6 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 11. For PWS paragraph 4.7 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. 12. For PWS paragraphs 4.8, 4.8.1, 4.8.2, 4.8.3, 4.8.4 & 4.8.5 below, indicate whether company has the necessary knowledge and experience to provide the requested support. It is requested that responses include a brief approach to this category of support, any past performance in this category of support that shows similar support in a PEO environment (include dates and contract numbers), and teaming and staffing projections to meet this requirement. Requirements: 4.2 Engineering, Technical, Scientific, and Program Support 4.2.1 Programmatic Support Provides systems engineering support to all of PEO IEW&S' program management offices. The contractor shall: Provide system engineering advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each PEO program management office, PEO headquarters staff, and other external organizations. Coordinate with PEO Headquarter staff (i.e. budget, engineering, logistics, and contracts planning) in identifying, preparing, reviewing, and tracking approval of program documentation. Review and provide recommendations on program documentation supporting the acquisition process to include documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.01, Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.02 and Army Regulation (AR) 70-1. Provide engineering documentation (for example: system engineering plan, test and evaluation master plan, and information support plan) for signature staffing through Management Council, Deputy Program Executive Officer, and Program Executive Officer. Participate in technical reviews, including events leading to the review, and events after the review (i.e. Software Specification Review, System Requirements Review, System Functional Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, Production Readiness Review, Functional Configuration Audit, and Physical Configuration Audit). Participate in weekly/bi-weekly integrated product teams and working groups. Provide support regarding review and input to Army leadership on Lessons Learned. Provide support regarding review and input to Army leadership on Executive Summaries. Provide support regarding review and input to PEO IEW&S policy and procedures. Participate in Post Award Conferences. Review test-related documentation in preparation for Milestone Decision Reviews. Provide assistance in the development, analysis and tracking of programs' Integrated Master Schedules and Risks. 4.2.2 Program Protection Support Provides systems engineering support to all of PEO IEW&S in regards to Program Protection. The contractor shall: Provide program protection advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies such as DoDI 5000.02 and DoDI 5200.39, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each PEO program management office, PEO headquarters staff, and other external organizations. Provide subject matter expertise in Program Protection. Develop, prepare, review and/or update the C4ISR guidelines/plans/policies. Analyze and review documents that require IA expertise in areas of System Security Authorization Agreement Assessments. Provide Chief Information Officer (CIO) Assessments. Provide support regarding the Program Protection Planning Process (PPP). Provide support regarding identification and assessment of program critical information. Provide support regarding data protection and intellectual property protection for PEO IEW&s programs. Provide support regarding the identification of threats and vulnerabilities. Provide support regarding PPP risk analyses and critical function analysis. Provide support regarding the development of PPP countermeasures. Provide support regarding development of the Program Protection Plan with each Program Management Office (PMO). Provide support regarding review and input to Critical Program Information. Provide support regarding development of Program Protection Mitigation Plans. Perform independent Risk Analysis: o Monitoring of multiple data elements and sources o Metadata, pattern, risk, privacy, and statistical analysis o Data structure development o Notification services o Probability analysis of whether breached data has been used to cause harm o Determination of the level of risk for potential misuse of sensitive information o Certification of findings regarding misuse of compromised data 4.2.3 Information Assurance Support The contractor shall: Provide cybersecurity and information assurance advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies such as DoD Instruction 8500.01, DoD Instruction 8510.01, AR 25-1 and AR 25-2, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each PEO program management office, PEO headquarters staff, and other external organizations. Provide subject matter expertise in Information Assurance (IA) Support for identification and resolution of C4ISR related IA issues and concerns Provide support regarding planning, documentation, and execution of Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation, including technical risk assessments and risk analysis. Provide support regarding the implementation and validation of assigned IA controls. Support, conduct, and document system vulnerability/susceptibility analyses. Provide support regarding the maintenance of authorization to operate (ATO), interim authorization to operate, and interim authority to test. Provide support regarding the planning, preparation, and conduct of Cyber/IA reviews. Provide support regarding the decommissioning of systems. Provide support regarding the development of the Plan of Actions and Milestones. Provide support regarding identification of Mission Assurance Criticality (MAC) and confidentiality levels. 4.2.4 Technical Advising Support Provides expertise to the Program Executive Officer, Deputy Program Executive Officer and the Director of Systems of Systems. The contractor shall: Provide Subject matter expertise on radars. Provide Subject matter expertise on Radio Frequency (RF) Spectrum use. Provide Subject matter expertise on signal intelligences. Provide Subject matter expertise on Electronic Warfare Serve as a senior advisor to HQ PEO IEW&S and all its Program Offices. Review Team Critical Technology Elements. Prepare, review and/or update the program documentation supporting the acquisition process to include: documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.01, Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.02 and Army Regulation (AR) 70-1. Apply a systems engineering approach in accordance with IEEE Standard 1220 Participate in technical reviews (i.e. Software Specification Review, System Requirements Review, System Functional Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, Production Readiness Review, Functional Configuration Audit, and Physical Configuration Audit). Act as Independent Assessor at major System Engineering Reviews. Provide electronic warfare system advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the systems, and policies including AR 525-22 4.2.5 Signal Center Liaison Service Provides visibility to PEO IEW&S on Signal Center initiatives. The contractor shall: Provide Subject matter expertise in communication and intelligence. Act as liaison to the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon. Participate in the Network Synchronization Working Group (NSWG). Support PEO IEW&S priorities in meetings with Signal Center. Prepare, review and/or update the program documentation supporting the acquisition process to include: documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.01, Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.02 and Army Regulation (AR) 70-1. Participate in technical reviews (i.e. Software Specification Review, System Requirements Review, System Functional Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, Production Readiness Review, Functional Configuration Audit, and Physical Configuration Audit). 4.3 Business and Analytical This category refers to any services or programs, which relate to costs, financial and accounting services; budgeting; and any analysis of these categories or related fields. The Army now uses the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS), which is a Web-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Service support will be required in GFEBS and other related ERP/Business systems and tools. 4.3.1 Program Financial Advisor The contractor shall: Provide subject matter expertise to PEO IEW&S on all GFEBS related issues. Provide GFEBS-SA (Security Application) implementation training to PEO IEW&S and PMs Participate in GFEBS-SA meetings and disseminate information to the PMs. Prepare and review/and or update GFEBS SA program documentation Monitor PEO IEW&S GFEBS and GFEBS-SA audit compliance Provide training to PEO IEW&S and PMs on audit readiness. Troubleshoot and resolve GFEBS and GFEBS/SA interface applications systems Troubleshoot root cause of errors in GFEBS and provide remedy to correct 4.3.2 Financial & Performance Audits The contractor shall: Perform all GFEBS audit functions for the PEO Query Standard Operations and Maintenance, Army Research and Development System (SOMARDS) and GFEBS financial systems to obtain execution data Perform transaction processing in both SOMARDS and GFEBS Provide support in establishing customer reimbursable orders, extract/input financial data into/from various DoD accounting systems, and have the ability to reconcile and research accounting extracts and process corrective actions Maintain PEO IEW&S audit readiness compliance documentation 4.3.3 Contract Planning The contractor shall: Provide contracting expertise on various acquisition requirement documents from various program managers Assist in preparing contract metrics derived from the PEO contract planning list Assist in the establishment of contract milestones in coordination with the requiring activity and the Army Contracting Command (ACC) Coordinate and assist in contract training and in-house seminars to various program managers Assist in document writing during the Integrated Product Team process Provide assistance with Program Status Review up to the Program Executive Office and their staff Attend various milestone and programmatic reviews Act as a liaison between the PMs and ACC Provide risk analysis on contracting milestones Provide subject matter expertise in impacts of new contracting regulations/guidance 4.4 Acquisition Program Management and Program Analysis The contractor shall provide acquisition program management and program analysis support services for the planning and execution of PEO IEW&S programs at different acquisition category levels and in all phases of a program life cycle. The contractor shall: Provide Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Executive Process expertise and support to meet the requirements of DoD directive 7045.14 and applicable law, regulation and directive and/or policy Provide acquisition advice and recommendations based upon a comprehensive knowledge of the principles, policies, pertinent laws, regulatory requirements and procedures applicable to each program. Review and provide guidance for updates of program documentation supporting the acquisition process to include: documents required by law, regulation, directive and/or policy such as the U.S. Code Title 10 Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 5000.01, Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.02 and Army Regulation (AR) 70-1. Assist in the preparation and/or provide recommendations in the formulation of short and long range program planning. In coordination with staff (i.e. budget, engineering, logistics, and contracts planning), identify, prepare, review, and track approval of program documentation such as Acquisition Strategy Reports, Acquisition Program Baselines (APB), and Acquisition Decision Memorandums (ADM), for Milestone Decision Reviews (MDRs) or in support of other required decisions or reviews. Provide support in the execution of various Army and Department of Defense efficiency, cost saving, and continuous process improvement initiatives such as: the Army'sBetter Buying Power 2.0 (or latest update), Will Cost/Should Cost initiatives or Lean Six Sigma projects. Provide support for the budget formulation requirements within the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBES) through the review, preparation, and integration of numerous comprehensive reports and documents such as P-Forms and R-Forms. Provide support for the formulation and execution of Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Program Reviews and Weapon System Reviews (WSR) Review and analyze program progress and fund utilization reports to identify areas wherein the programs are not progressing or proceeding as planned, (e.g. areas of schedule slippages and cost overruns). Provide assistance in the review and provide guidance on the Acquisition Requirements Packages (ARP). Assist in the recommended changes to PEO policies and procedures in the area of acquisition in order to address new or change requirements implemented by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition Logistics & Technology) (ASA(ALT)). Provide assistance in the development, analysis and tracking of program Integrated Master Schedules (IMS). Provide support regarding review and input into the Army Lessons Learned Portal (ALLP). Support the preparation and/or review of miscellaneous reports provided to senior level management. Prepare, develop and review cost estimates in accordance with the DoD 5000 Provide models in Government approved applications including but not limited to Automated Cost Estimating Integrated Tool (ACEIT) Conduct cost studies to facilitate development of acquisition documentation for all aspects of lifecycle management 4.5 Logistics Support 4.5.1 Logistics and Sustainment Support Services Provide logistics support services for the planning and execution of PEO IEW&S programs, initiatives and goals. This is accomplished through the application of current integrated product and logistics support guidance, direction, and concepts to assist with the preparation, review and update of documentation, procedures, planning and projects. Support services shall also include the coordination and development of product support; logistics products, processes, directives; and data managed by the PEO. The contractor shall: Provide input and recommendations to programmatic products, processes and documentation based upon a comprehensive knowledge of Army regulation and policy as well as pertinent laws and procedures, such as AR 700-142, AR 700-127, AR 70-1, DODD 5000.01, DoDI 5000.02 and Title 10 Unites States Code Sections 2466 and 2464. Assist PEO program offices with coordinating and defining logistics requirements for milestone decision reviews and other PEO decisions and reviews. Coordinate the review of product support and logistics documentation between PEO staff, Management Council, and PEO program offices in order to complete the PEO signature staffing process. Logistics documentation includes Life Cycle Sustainment Plans and associated annexes and appendices; Materiel Release and Type Classification packages; Item Unique Identification Plans; Core logistics Analysis; Core Depot Assessments; Product Support Business Case Analysis; Independent Logistics assessment documents; associated logistics Acquisition Decision Memorandums; and other logistics products requiring the PEO's review and/or approval. Assist the PEO by providing input, analysis and recommend changes to all programmatic documentation coordinated for PEO signature by other PEO headquarters staff members. Prepare and review miscellaneous reports provided to senior management. Assist PEO elements with preparing and providing input into the formulation of short and long-range logistics and product support planning. Assist in the development of internal controls and policy standards and procedures. Update internal controls, standards and procedures based on the applicability of current and new logistics related regulations, laws, directives and processes. Provide input, analysis and recommend changes to logistics resource planning and budgetary products derived from logistics requirements. Assist with the planning and coordination of the Operations Program Summary (OPS) 29 or depot maintenance budgetary process; Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Program Reviews; and Weapon System Reviews (WSR). Collect and analyze data required to execute and complete tasks, projects and initiatives supported by the PEO. 4.6 Graphics Support The contractor shall provide PEO IEW&S, PM ASE, PM DCGS-A, PM EW, PM SAI, and PM TS with an experienced on-site staff who are knowledgeable in PEO operational and mission requirements, as well as visual creation and display of graphic media to describe and relate PEO programs and operations. Offeror must be proficient in all graphic design related Microsoft Office Products and/ or equivalent software. Contractor shall provide all materials, services, supplies, facilities, software, and equipment for any off-site services. Specific and Annual Product Tasks include the following: Designing booklets and reports produced periodically throughout the year for the Annual Report. Organizing, producing, and maintaining a comprehensive desk book for all PEO IEW&S/PM systems in an organized annual portfolio report. Designing various printed materials, such as brochures, information sheets, and folders. Planning and developing websites to enable PEO IEW&S and its PMs to educate and inform interested parties about their products and technologies. Coordinating with third party photographers, illustrators, videographers, or printers in the production of all marketing and educational materials. Designing and working with appropriate vendors to produce appropriate installations and signage throughout the PEO IEW&S offices. Traveling to and providing on-site support for select conferences and symposiums. Designing high-end multimedia presentations for briefings for public and Government and providing 3-D modeling and animations for various operational concepts and scenarios. Providing event assistance for Change of Charters, Off-Sites, Conferences, and PEO sponsored events. 4.7 Administrative and Executive Assistance Services The contractor shall provide administrative and executive level support services to PEO IEW&S headquarters to ensure day-to-day office automation and daily administrative functions. The contractor shall provide administrative support to include: Record keeping and file maintenance Directing visitors and answering inquiries Coordinating meetings and executive level calendar scheduling and maintenance Preparing and reviewing general correspondence for accuracy, regulation compliance and completeness Answering and directing incoming phone calls Handling conference room scheduling requests Assisting personnel in preparing travel authorizations in support of official temporary duty (TDY) utilizing the Defense Travel System (DTS) Inputting personnel time and attendance records into the Automated Time and Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS) Maintaining and filing personnel time and attendance records Providing database and spreadsheet development/maintenance assistance Assisting with administrative data management, analysis and research Maintaining administrative access to the Manpower Information Retrieval and Reporting System (MIRARS) The ability to work with government provided software packages (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Outlook and PowerPoint) 4.8 Operations 4.8.1 Internal/External Event Coordination The contractor shall provide a full range of capabilities to assist in planning, organization, and implementation of in-house and offsite events for PEO IEW&S. The contractor shall: Assist in execution of (from beginning to end) all critical pre and post-event activities. Assist in all logistical aspects of an event. The contractor will work with appropriate Government representatives to set theme/focus for training events as well as determine list of desired participants; manage invitation and registration processes, to include e-mails notifying participants of pertinent information. Assist in the development of an agenda, and assist in the creation of save-the-date items - imperative for ensuring placement on calendars. Assist in the coordination of any necessary speakers or demonstrations. Assist in the development of materials and signage. Provide a facilitator to promote collaboration. Provide a meeting coordinator to greet participants, hand out name badges, ensure workshop materials are in place, and answer questions about phones, faxes, messages, transportation, parking, bus schedules, and all administrative type queries. Record any necessary deliverables. Assist in the coordination of food and beverage services to assure proper setup, resupply, and take down for each meeting. Provide technical assistance (e.g. Audio/Video support). Assist in the preparation of all pre-briefs and wrap-up conference After Action Report and post-conference follow-through. The contractor shall assist in preparation, reviews, and updates to program documentation in support of PEO IEW&S programs and activities. Review current documents with other pertinent supporting documents and provide recommendations to revise or update documentation to reflect current program status. Provide recommendations and implement support to facilitate communications within the PEO IEW&S organization. To support this effort the contractor shall assist in the organization and facilitation of leadership forums and/or workshops. Accomplish tasks that will include agenda development; attendee coordination; site selection; meeting facilitation to ensure forums achieve leadership objectives; logistics management; after action tracking; and dispensation. Have a working knowledge of collaborative working forums information sharing tools and techniques to include knowledge management reporting mechanisms for ongoing progress against milestones outreach collateral and related activities. 4.8.2 Operations Support The contractor shall assist Action Officers as the primary coordinator for priority taskers and track all PEO-level efforts through spreadsheets and databases for timely submissions by Project Managers and Directors. The contractor shall: Assist with maintaining the weekly External Engagement matrix and other recurring submissions to ASA (ALT) through spreadsheets, databases, and PowerPoint. Support Monday Synch meetings and consolidate Synch Slide input, print Read Ahead's, assure room is setup, and display slides during the meeting. Manage conference requests and conference attendance for PEO and ASA (ALT) reporting. Draft PEO planning documents to facilitate PEO overseas operations and implement theater guidance. The contractor shall draft policy documents to improve operations processes. The contractor shall staff SIPR documents to PEO and subordinate organizations. Assist with strategic planning and strategic engagements with external stakeholders. The contractor shall coordinate all facets of major engagements between PEO IEW&S, G-2, G-8, Intelligence Center of Excellence (ICoE), PEO Aviation (AVN), Signal Center (SIGCEN) and other key stakeholders as directed. Request concurrence from the PEO and then forward the appropriate response to the initiating agency to close the action. Process, track and disseminate all Commanders' Critical Information Requirement notifications received. Draft PEO planning and policy documents to improve operations processes. The contractor shall attend meetings and facilitate collaborative engagements between the PEO, Garrison and 2-Star headquarters staffs at APG. Support Director of Operations (Forward) with theater-level planning and execution of administrative requirements for deployment. The contractor shall assist with General Officer and Senior Executive Service visit support requirements. 4.8.3 Public Affairs The contractor shall assist in planning, developing, and implementing the organization's public affairs programs, policies, and activities; interacting with the Army, other Services, and the public. The contractor shall: Execute the public affairs program for PEO IEW&S and monitor, review and submit items for the Public Release Approval System. The contractor shall draft messages and summaries of priority events and PEO initiatives for the Command Group. Monitor community activities and coordinate PEO participation in high-profile events and public forums. The contractor shall review important communications prior to release. Notify PMs and Directors of opportunities for journal articles, media days, videos, media trips and community events. Respond to media queries and publish press releases for PEO headquarters, PMs, staff, and supported Product Managers. 4.8.4 Meetings/Teleconferences The contractor shall: Schedule, setup, operate, monitor and troubleshoot equipment related to unclassified Telephone or Video Teleconferences, Secure Telephone of Video Teleconferences, and Joint World Wide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) network Telephone or Video Teleconferences. Properly configures audio/ video sources to link to appropriate destinations through ISDN or IP-based Routers and Gateways. Schedule, setup, operate, monitor and troubleshoot equipment related to display of digital content on monitors or screens during meetings or dry runs preceding the event. Travel to and from the Pentagon, VA to APG, MD and surrounding areas to ensure Video Teleconferencing (VTC) operability throughout transit. Ensure open lines of communication between Senior Level Executives and the Program Executive Officer at all times. 4.8.5 Security The contractor shall perform electronic checks of clearance information in the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) and review/enter data into various security databases. The contractor shall: Track, gather, analyze, and compile data into reports relevant to security programs and assist with the initiation of background investigations in coordination with various stakeholders' Electronic Questionnaire Investigation Processing (E-Qip) security policies, regulations and procedures. Issue local security credentials or badges as directed and collect credentials and close accounts for departed personnel. Assist in facility security administration and management. Assist with the administration of security procedures for classified and/or proprietary materials, documents, and equipment for multiple, moderate to large sized, contractual activities. Assist in developing/preparing and/or modifying, as necessary, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Operations Security (OPSEC) Plans and DD Form 254. Maintain a visitor control program. Maintain reproduction and destruction capabilities of classified and/or proprietary materials. Assist with the verification of the clearance status for Civilian/Military/Contractor personnel. Assist with local and off-site security visit requests via JPAS Responses from any interested sources shall be directed to Mr. Michael Maistros, Contract Specialist, via e-mail michael.g.maistros.civ@mail.mil no later than 10:00am EST15 August 2014. Responses should include the company name, CAGE code, point of contact, and address. Any information submitted by respondents to this sources sought notice is totally voluntary and at no cost to the Government. This information will help the Government form its acquisition strategy. No solicitation exists; therefore, do not request a copy of a solicitation. Be advised that all correspondence sent shall contain a subject line that reads quote mark Request for Information Response quote mark. If sending attachments with e-mail, ensure only .PDF documents are sent. Contracting Officer Address: ACC-APG (C4ISR), HQ CECOM Contracting Center, 6001 Combat Drive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-1846 US Place of Performance: PEO IEW&S, Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland; Fort Gordon, Georgia; Fort Belvoir, Virginia Point of contact: Michael Maistros, 443-861-5381

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