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56988 {52@3e68}

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AAPNo:  
56988
NAICSCode:  
TBD - EAGLE
RequirementDescriptionBrief:  
Contract to provide contract labor support for the CG's
C4ISR Classified and Unclassified Network Infrastructure.
OE:  
USCG
OfficeDivision:  
TISCOM\
AcquisitionMethod:  
DWAC/EAGLE
SmallBusinessProgram:  
None
ExpectedDollarRange:  
$10M to $20M
ReleaseQTR:  
2
ReleaseFY:  
2009
PointOfContact:  
Contact Teaming Coordinators on ITAC Website.http://www.dhs.gov/xopnbiz/opportunities/editorial_0700.shtm (202) 475-3270 See ITAC Website.
FileType:  Database Record

 

LVI PP.xlsx

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and technology and program management support.
L-3 manages these multiple task orders through our web-based Sharepoint portal that was customized to meet the management requirements of CEOss.

L-3 provides System Engineering and comprehensive life cycle support for the design, development, installation, testing, analysis and maintenance of complete
C4ISR systems, subsystems, and tactical equipment in support of the MCSC.

Task orders range in size and complexity from a 3 man year task to large tasks with over 189 personnel, and multiple subcontractors supporting CONUS, OCONUS and OEF/OIF locations.
The Inspection System requires our PM, functional leads, and their

 

Vol III Table Narrative updated 24 Nov 10 LVI PP(1).xlsx

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and technology and program management support.
L-3 manages these multiple task orders through our web-based Sharepoint portal that was customized to meet the management requirements of CEOss.

L-3 provides System Engineering and comprehensive life cycle support for the design, development, installation, testing, analysis and maintenance of complete
C4ISR systems, subsystems, and tactical equipment in support of the MCSC.

Task orders range in size and complexity from a 3 man year task to large tasks with over 189 personnel, and multiple subcontractors supporting CONUS, OCONUS and OEF/OIF locations.
The Inspection System requires our PM, functional leads, and their

 

LVI -  EAGLE TEAMMATE Questionnaire(1).xlsx

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Contractor Support Area
YES
NO
Mobile Maintenance Teams

Establish and Sustain Deployment Logistics Operations Center Sites
Mobile Training Teams

Equipment Storage, Asset Management and Maintenance
Property Recovery and Reutilization Operations (DRMO)

Supply Support Activity Operations
Property Disposal Management

Command Inspection Program
Army Wholesale/Accountability Systems (e.g. SDS, LMP)

Configure
C4ISR, Secondary and Combat Loads to Support Army Component Deployment Requirements
Army Operational Project Stocks and Sustainment
Report Equipment Readiness IAW AR 220-1 & AR 700-138

Build and Maintain Unit Equipment Sets
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Have you provided any of the below listed professional support services in support of Army logistics?
Strategic

 

Proposed Excalibur BD Pipeline Format FM_04_01_09.xlsx

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Ray Sheldon
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Proposed Excalibur BD Pipeline Format FM_04_02_09.xlsx

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Rick L Morrow
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2008/10/10
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Joint Command // Jt Comnd
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Ray Sheldon
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Proposed Excalibur Salesforce Pipeline Fields FM_04_07_09.xlsx

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NCI EAGLE Functional and Task Areas with LVI Quals v6.xlsx

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Strategic Account Management
Supply Support Activity (SSA)
Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program (ICEMP)
Earned Value Management
COSIS Program
ISO 9001 Compliance
CAC Program
CIP Program
Army Wholesale Supply/Accountability Systems that include Standard Depot Systems (SDS) and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)
Configure Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR), Secondary and Combat Loads to Support Army Component Deployment Requirements
Project Management, Integrated Facility Management, and Operations
Maintenance and Repair Project Management
Integrated Facility Management
Developmental Logistics Support
Development Asset Visibility
X
M67004-01-D-0003
P
12/2000 - present
$300M
LVI provides asset visibility for nearly $1B in USMC

 

OPTARS II TechWise Team Short Bios.htm

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They provide simulator systems and virtual simulator facility services, training and exercise support, operational, research, studies, and analytic services for Army Transformation. They support the Army in the areas of virtual training and management; battle staff training; simulation exercises support; instruction on command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) technologies; and conduct of functional and/or analytic support services. Demonstrated performance in OPTARSS II areas: Ops Planning, Training, Mod and Sim, Mobilization, Deployment, and Transformation.
SB

SDS International (SDS) provides training operations, integration, and exercise support for HQ Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) Joint Tactical Air Operations (JTAO

 

Enclosure 2 - Rate Proposal - Preliminary.xls

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Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in with systems engineering of C4I programs to include:
Technology Analysis and Assessment, Design Definition, Development of Systems Specification,
Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Integration, Test & Evaluation Criteria,
and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Five (5) years of technical experience in leading and
directing C4I engineering staff.
Engineer/Scientist 3
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Six (6) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include: Systems Analysis,
Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.
Engineer/Scientist 2
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements. One (1) year of
Engineer/Scientist 1
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: One (1) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements.
Junior Engineer/Scientist
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: None.
** IMPORTANT NOTE **
DAWIA Certification for Contractors –Contractor personnel that do not have government
DAWIA certification courses may demonstrate an equivalency in terms of academic degrees,
courses completed, and experience as that of their

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of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if
not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles,
practices, and processes. Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR
systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing
Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.
Logistician 2
Education: Bachelor’s degree plus individual is working towards Professional certification –i.e.,
Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics - Level
1 OR

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possess an
additional one (1) year working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Three (3) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 3 years, individual
shall have one (1) year support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing
Engineering/Systems Management Data, and Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures.
Logistician 1
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience: One (1) year experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes.
Junior Logistician
Education: Bachelor’s degree

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needs, developing goals and objectives, developing training programs, and applying
the instructional system development (ISD) process.
Technical Writer/Editor 2
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Five (5) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Technical Writer/Editor 1
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) 2
Education: Technical Training in electronics, radio communications, or other communications
equipment.
Experience: Ten (10) years of hands-on experience with a C4I system or family of systems to include
three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems Requirements, Operational Requirements, Test

 

R3465 Subk Template r1 (Stanley) Deliverable.xls

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Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in with systems engineering of C4I programs to include:
Technology Analysis and Assessment, Design Definition, Development of Systems Specification,
Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Integration, Test & Evaluation Criteria,
and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Five (5) years of technical experience in leading and
directing C4I engineering staff.
Engineer/Scientist 3
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Six (6) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include: Systems Analysis,
Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.
Engineer/Scientist 2
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements. One (1) year of
Engineer/Scientist 1
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: One (1) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements.
Junior Engineer/Scientist
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: None.
** IMPORTANT NOTE **
DAWIA Certification for Contractors –Contractor personnel that do not have government
DAWIA certification courses may demonstrate an equivalency in terms of academic degrees,
courses completed, and experience as that of their

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of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if
not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles,
practices, and processes. Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR
systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing
Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.
Logistician 2
Education: Bachelor’s degree plus individual is working towards Professional certification –i.e.,
Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics - Level
1 OR

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possess an
additional one (1) year working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Three (3) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 3 years, individual
shall have one (1) year support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing
Engineering/Systems Management Data, and Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures.
Logistician 1
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience: One (1) year experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes.
Junior Logistician
Education: Bachelor’s degree

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needs, developing goals and objectives, developing training programs, and applying
the instructional system development (ISD) process.
Technical Writer/Editor 2
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Five (5) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Technical Writer/Editor 1
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) 2
Education: Technical Training in electronics, radio communications, or other communications
equipment.
Experience: Ten (10) years of hands-on experience with a C4I system or family of systems to include
three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems Requirements, Operational Requirements, Test

 

R3465 Subk Template r1.xls

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Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in with systems engineering of C4I programs to include:
Technology Analysis and Assessment, Design Definition, Development of Systems Specification,
Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Integration, Test & Evaluation Criteria,
and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Five (5) years of technical experience in leading and
directing C4I engineering staff.
Engineer/Scientist 3
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Six (6) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include: Systems Analysis,
Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.
Engineer/Scientist 2
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements. One (1) year of
Engineer/Scientist 1
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: One (1) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements.
Junior Engineer/Scientist
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: None.
** IMPORTANT NOTE **
DAWIA Certification for Contractors –Contractor personnel that do not have government
DAWIA certification courses may demonstrate an equivalency in terms of academic degrees,
courses completed, and experience as that of their

[Page 4 Paragraph 62]

of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if
not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles,
practices, and processes. Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR
systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing
Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.
Logistician 2
Education: Bachelor’s degree plus individual is working towards Professional certification –i.e.,
Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics - Level
1 OR

[Page 4 Paragraph 71]

possess an
additional one (1) year working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Three (3) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 3 years, individual
shall have one (1) year support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing
Engineering/Systems Management Data, and Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures.
Logistician 1
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience: One (1) year experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes.
Junior Logistician
Education: Bachelor’s degree

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needs, developing goals and objectives, developing training programs, and applying
the instructional system development (ISD) process.
Technical Writer/Editor 2
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Five (5) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Technical Writer/Editor 1
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) 2
Education: Technical Training in electronics, radio communications, or other communications
equipment.
Experience: Ten (10) years of hands-on experience with a C4I system or family of systems to include
three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems Requirements, Operational Requirements, Test

 

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Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in with systems engineering of C4I programs to include:
Technology Analysis and Assessment, Design Definition, Development of Systems Specification,
Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Integration, Test & Evaluation Criteria,
and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Five (5) years of technical experience in leading and
directing C4I engineering staff.
Engineer/Scientist 3
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Six (6) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include: Systems Analysis,
Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.
Engineer/Scientist 2
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements. One (1) year of
Engineer/Scientist 1
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: One (1) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements.
Junior Engineer/Scientist
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.
Experience: None.
** IMPORTANT NOTE **
DAWIA Certification for Contractors –Contractor personnel that do not have government
DAWIA certification courses may demonstrate an equivalency in terms of academic degrees,
courses completed, and experience as that of their

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of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if
not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles,
practices, and processes. Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR
systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing
Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.
Logistician 2
Education: Bachelor’s degree plus individual is working towards Professional certification –i.e.,
Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics - Level
1 OR

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possess an
additional one (1) year working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.
Experience: Three (3) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 3 years, individual
shall have one (1) year support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing
Engineering/Systems Management Data, and Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures.
Logistician 1
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience: One (1) year experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic
systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes.
Junior Logistician
Education: Bachelor’s degree

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needs, developing goals and objectives, developing training programs, and applying
the instructional system development (ISD) process.
Technical Writer/Editor 2
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Five (5) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Technical Writer/Editor 1
Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include:
writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.
Subject Matter Expert (SME) 2
Education: Technical Training in electronics, radio communications, or other communications
equipment.
Experience: Ten (10) years of hands-on experience with a C4I system or family of systems to include
three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems Requirements, Operational Requirements, Test

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 6 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 10 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 8 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 6 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 8 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 9 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 11 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 12 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 13 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 14 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.15%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 15 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 16 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 17 Paragraph 22]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Allied Technology Group_Attachment II.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment II MANDEX 121407.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment_ II_AceElectronics_121407.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment_II_STF_121407.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment_II_Sub_ManTech_121407(ul).xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment_II_Trident Systems_121407.xls

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Location: C:\Users\kenneth\Documents\1416-008D\MISSION MODULE\Subcontractor Data\TRIDENT\Attachment_II_Trident Systems_121407.xls  

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Attachment_II_UEC_121707.xls

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Location: C:\Users\kenneth\Documents\1416-008D\MISSION MODULE\Subcontractor Data\UEC\Attachment_II_UEC_121707.xls  

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Skylla Subcontractor_Attachment II.xls

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Location: C:\Users\kenneth\Documents\1416-008D\MISSION MODULE\Subcontractor Data\SKYLLA ENGINEERING\Skylla Subcontractor_Attachment II.xls  

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Subcontractor_Attachment II-EMA.xls

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Location: C:\Users\kenneth\Documents\1416-008D\MISSION MODULE\Subcontractor Data\EMA\Subcontractor_Attachment II-EMA.xls  

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Subcontractor_Attachment II-SAIC.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Subcontractor_Attachment II.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

Subcontractor_Attachment II_Preliminary Rates_BAE Systems.xls

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Location: C:\Users\kenneth\Documents\1416-008D\MISSION MODULE\Subcontractor Data\BAE\Subcontractor_Attachment II_Preliminary Rates_BAE Systems.xls  

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

SUB RATE ANALYSIS_121807.xls

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 5 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 6 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 7 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 8 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 12 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 13 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 8 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 9 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 10 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 11 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 13 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
2.75%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 6 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 7 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 9 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 7 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 8 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 9 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 12 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 9 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.50%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
4.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.30%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 11 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

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out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

[Page 13 Paragraph 23]

out year rates.  Escalation for SCA labor categories is 3% per year
 
- When entering hourly rates, please ensure that they are rounded to two (2) decimal places.
 
- For Categories not proposed, enter a zero to ensure that each category on site intersection has been addressed.
 
Attachment A -  Subcontractor Mission Module
C4ISR
 
 
 
 
 
Hourly Rate / Loaded through G&A
 
Labor Escalation Professional:
3.00%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charleston, SC
Base Year
 
Option Year I
Option Year II
Option Year III
Option Year IV
Award Term I
Award Term II
Award Term III
 
Professional Categories
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site
Contractor Site
Government Site

 

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03/31  2009/05/15 No Bid
DOD DTRA DTRA Admin BCP090012369  2009/05/15 CSC  
DOT FAA FAA EOHS Training DTFAAC-09-M-10068 B Fitton  2009/05/29 No Bid
DOD US Army OPTARSS II Sub B Fitton RFP Jun Sub to CTC and Totalis
    DOD     Navy     GWOT
C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M     June??     Feb 10
DOT S-60 CMC Watch 8(a) B Fitton July?? Aug?? Contracts Officer reviewing options                               Sub to ??
SBA Emergency Management Training & Exercises SB July??
DOE Technical & Analytical Support Golden TASS-3 B Fitton  2009/09/15
USAF LTRS ltrs_lisc_02

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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3 Sub T MAC B Fitton $250M  2009/05/08  2009/06/22  60 Sub to Stanley
DOE PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE DERP3009CC40021   Sub T ID/IQ $75M  2009/06/15  2009/07/28
DOD US Army OPTARSS II Sub B Fitton RFP Jun Sub to CTC and Totalis
    DOD     Navy     GWOT
C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M     June??     Feb 10
DOT S-60 CMC Watch 8(a) B Fitton July?? Aug?? JV??                               Sub to ??
SBA Emergency Management Training & Exercises SB July??
HHS   CIOSP III Sub T MAC B Fitton AWARDED Sub to Stanley
US Army Acquisition Logistics Management & Business

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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85
2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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Stanley     DOE     PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE     DERP3009CC40021      Sub     T     ID/IQ     Fred     $1M     $75M      2009/06/15      2009/07/28      2009/10/01      60     DOD     US Army     OPTARSS II     Sub     Bob/Larry     $1M     $1B      2009/06/01      2009/06/15      2009/10/01      60     Sub to CTC and Totalis     DOD     Navy     GWOT C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M      2009/06/01      2009/07/01     2/1/10      60     USDA     APHIS     APHIS EOC     Unsolicited     Prime     Fitton     $3.5M     $3.5M      2009/04/03      2009/07/01      60     Submitted     "Timing is good"     DHS     FEMA     Region IX SOP     HSFE09-09-R-0005     Prine

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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3 Sub T MAC B Fitton $250M  2009/05/08  2009/06/22  60 Sub to Stanley
DOE PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE DERP3009CC40021   Sub T ID/IQ $75M  2009/06/15  2009/07/28
DOD US Army OPTARSS II Sub B Fitton RFP Jun Sub to CTC and Totalis
    DOD     Navy     GWOT
C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M     June??     Feb 10
DOT S-60 CMC Watch 8(a) B Fitton July?? Aug?? JV??                               Sub to ??
SBA Emergency Management Training & Exercises SB July??
HHS   CIOSP III Sub T MAC B Fitton AWARDED Sub to Stanley
US Army Acquisition Logistics Management & Business

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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Stanley     DOE     PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE     DERP3009CC40021      Sub     T     ID/IQ     Fred     $1M     $75M      2009/06/15      2009/07/28      2009/10/01      60     DOD     US Army     OPTARSS II     Sub     Bob/Larry     $1M     $1B      2009/06/01      2009/06/15      2009/10/01      60     Sub to CTC and Totalis     DOD     Navy     GWOT C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M      2009/06/01      2009/07/01     2/1/10      60     USDA     APHIS     APHIS EOC     Unsolicited     Prime     Fitton     $3.5M     $3.5M      2009/04/03      2009/07/01      60     Submitted     "Timing is good"     DHS     FEMA     Region IX SOP     HSFE09-09-R-0005     Prine

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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3 Sub T MAC B Fitton $250M  2009/05/08  2009/06/22  60 Sub to Stanley
DOE PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE DERP3009CC40021   Sub T ID/IQ $75M  2009/06/15  2009/07/28
DOD US Army OPTARSS II Sub B Fitton RFP Jun Sub to CTC and Totalis
    DOD     Navy     GWOT
C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M     June??     Feb 10
DOT S-60 CMC Watch 8(a) B Fitton July?? Aug?? JV??                               Sub to ??
SBA Emergency Management Training & Exercises SB July??
HHS   CIOSP III Sub T MAC B Fitton AWARDED Sub to Stanley
US Army Acquisition Logistics Management & Business

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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OMNIBUS 3     Sub     T     MAC     Fitton      $250      2009/05/08      2009/06/22      60     Sub to Stanley     DOE     PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE     DERP3009CC40021      Sub     T     ID/IQ      $75      2009/06/15      2009/07/28     DOD     US Army     OPTARSS II     Sub     Fitton      2009/06/01     Sub to CTC and Totalis     DOD     Navy     GWOT C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB      $250      2009/06/01     2/1/10     DOT     S-60     CMC Watch     8(a)     Fitton      2009/07/01      2009/08/01     JV??        Sub to ??     SBA     Emergency Management Training & Exercises     SB      2009/07/01     DoD      NORAD     N2IT     Sub     N     Open     Fitton     Sub to CIBER

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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3 Sub T MAC B Fitton $250M  2009/05/08  2009/06/22  60 Sub to Stanley
DOE PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE DERP3009CC40021   Sub T ID/IQ $75M  2009/06/15  2009/07/28
DOD US Army OPTARSS II Sub B Fitton RFP Jun Sub to CTC and Totalis
    DOD     Navy     GWOT
C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB     $250M     June??     Feb 10
DOT S-60 CMC Watch 8(a) B Fitton July?? Aug?? JV??                               Sub to ??
SBA Emergency Management Training & Exercises SB July??
HHS   CIOSP III Sub T MAC B Fitton AWARDED Sub to Stanley
US Army Acquisition Logistics Management & Business

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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85
2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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OMNIBUS 3     Sub     T     MAC     Fitton      $250      2009/05/08      2009/06/22      60     Sub to Stanley     DOE     PADUCAH INFRASTRUCTURE     DERP3009CC40021      Sub     T     ID/IQ      $75      2009/06/15      2009/07/28     DOD     US Army     OPTARSS II     Sub     Fitton      2009/06/01     Sub to CTC and Totalis     DOD     Navy     GWOT C4ISR Support Services II     N6523609R0023     Sub     T     SB      $250      2009/06/01     2/1/10     DOT     S-60     CMC Watch     8(a)     Fitton      2009/07/01      2009/08/01     JV??        Sub to ??     SBA     Emergency Management Training & Exercises     SB      2009/07/01     DoD      NORAD     N2IT     Sub     N     Open     Fitton     Sub to CIBER

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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07 *  2008/10/07 *  60
26828 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis C P R Small FO Ray Sheldon IDN  29.00  29.00  2008/04/30 *  2008/07/30 *  2008/08/15 *  60
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.50      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.20  1.20  2008/03/21 *  2008/04/04 *  2008

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2008/07/07 *  2008/10/07 *  60
26828 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis C P R Small FO Ray Sheldon IDN  29  29  2008/04/30 *  2008/07/30 *  2008/08/15 *  60
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.2  1.2  2008/03/21 *  2008/04/04 *  2008

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ACTD Support Services Total  20
AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis 26828 Joint Command // Jt Comnd C P R Small FO Ray Sheldon IDN  2008/04/30 *  2008/07/30  2008/08/15  60  29
AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis Total  29
    AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      2009/03/01      60      2.25
    AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR Total      2.25
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge 29115 MSC // Navy S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  2008/03/21 *  2008/04/04  2008/05/01   5  1.2
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge Total  1.2
AMC SPS CG DeepWater Boat PMS 29113 USCG // USCG

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NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 26828 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis C P R Small FO Ray Sheldon IDN  29  29  2008/04/30 *  2008/07/30 *  2008/08/15 *  60
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.2  1.2  2008/03/21

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AMC NW ONR AAI
AMC NW PEO Carriers IDE Recompete
AMC NW PEO IWS 1.0 PM Support
AMC NW PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
AMC NW T Dept DahlgrenÍ
AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services
AMC NW USJFCOM Business Process Analysis
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge
AMC SPS CG DeepWater Boat PMS
AMC SPS Code 93 Gas Turbine Support
AMC SPS MSC Omnibus Engineering Sppt
AMC SPS MSC UNREP Recompete
AMC SPS SEA 05 "Blue"Í
AMC SPS SEA 05 "Red"Í
AMC SPS Seabasing Program Office Support
AMC SPS

 

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01 *  2009/02/01 *  12
24061 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services C P N Small T Ray Sheldon QUL  20.00  20.00  2008/06/07 *  2008/07/07 *  2008/10/07 *  60
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.50      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.20  1.20  2008/04/14 *  2008/04/25 *  2008

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2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  12
24061 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services C P N Small T Ray Sheldon QUL  20  20  2008/06/07 *  2008/07/07 *  2008/10/07 *  60
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.2  1.2  2008/04/14 *  2008/04/25 *  2008

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Dept Dahlgren Total  0.35
AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services 24061 Joint Command // Jt Comnd C P N Small T Ray Sheldon QUL  2008/06/07 *  2008/07/07  2008/10/07  60  20
AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services Total  20
    AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      2009/03/01      60      2.25
    AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR Total      2.25
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge 29115 MSC // Navy S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  2008/04/14 *  2008/04/25  2008/05/01   5  1.2
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge Total  1.2
AMC SPS CG DeepWater Boat PMS 29113 USCG // USCG

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NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 24061 Joint Command // Jt Comnd AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services C P N Small T Ray Sheldon QUL  20  20  2008/06/07 *  2008/07/07 *  2008/10/07 *  60
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 29115 MSC // Navy AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge S P N Project T Ray Sheldon DEV  1.2  1.2  2008/04/14

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SCR Division, Telecomms
AMC NW NAVSEA 04L3 PMO Support
AMC NW NAVSEA ERP Prog. Mgmnt Office Spt
AMC NW NAVSEA IWS 6.0 PSS
AMC NW PEO IWS 1.0 PM Support
AMC NW T Dept DahlgrenÍ
AMC NW USJFCOM ACTD Support Services
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
AMC SPS 2008 MSC UNREP Bridge
AMC SPS CG DeepWater Boat PMS
AMC SPS MSC Omnibus Engineering Sppt
AMC SPS MSC UNREP Recompete
AMC SPS SEA 05 "Blue"Í
AMC SPS SEA 05 "Red"Í
AMC SPS Seabasing Program Office Support
AMC SPS SeaPort E Code 93
AMC SPS TACOM

 

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12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40.00  40.00  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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85
2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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12
33838 SSC SD Code 734 // Navy NISC-SSC SD RDT&E N/W Infrastructure (S) C P R Small T Al Edwards IDN  12.70  12.70  2008/12/03 *  2009/01/06 *  2009/02/15 *  60
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25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.30  2.30  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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12
33838 SSC SD Code 734 // Navy NISC-SSC SD RDT&E N/W Infrastructure (S) C P R Small T Al Edwards IDN  12.7  12.7  2008/12/03 *  2009/01/06 *  2009/02/15 *  60
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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Code 734 // Navy NISC-SSC SD RDT&E N/W Infrastructure (S) C P R Small T Al Edwards IDN  2008/12/03 *  2009/01/06  60  12.7
2/15/2009 Total  12.7
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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Code 734 // Navy NISC-SSC SD RDT&E N/W Infrastructure (S) C P R Small T Al Edwards IDN  12.7  12.7  2008/12/03 *  2009/01/06 *  2009/02/15 *  60
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
GCSS-MC Legacy PDSS Services
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
NISC-SSC SD RDT&E N/W Infrastructure (S)
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
AMC NW Air 5.4.1 RDT&EÍ
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
AMC SUBS NSWC Crane Calibration Lab
NMCSC CEOss PM NMCI Support Renewal 2
NMCSC 2009 Recompete NETC-ITSS
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO

 

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31  2008/12/01  2009/02/01  60
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    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
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25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support P R T Al Edwards IDN  2.30  2.30  2009/02/03  2009/02/17  2009/03/02  60

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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85
2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
   NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2.25      22.5      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04     *      2009/03/01     *      60
NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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31 *  2008/12/01 *  2009/02/01 *  60
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25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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85
2009/02/02 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12  12  40
2/2/2009 Total  40
     2009/03/01     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR     C     S     N     Project     T     Ray Sheldon     IDN      2008/10/04     *      2008/12/04      60      2.25
3/1/2009 Total  2.25
2009/03/02 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2009/02/03 *  2009/02/17

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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 28678 NAVY // Navy NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys C P N MidSize T Rick L Morrow IDN  40  40  2008/10/10 *  2008/12/12 *  2009/02/02 *  12
    NPS     NPS_DEF     NPS_DEF2     NMC     24062     Joint Command // Jt Comnd     AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
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NPS NPS_DEF NPS_DEF2 NMC 25605 NCTS Far East // Navy NISC-NCTS FE IT Support C P R Project T Al Edwards IDN  2.3  2.3  2009/02

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PMA-290, MPRA Prgrm Offc -Recomp
NISC-CNFJ IT & Eng'ng Support Recompete
NISC-ONE-NET IT Standards/CM
NMCSC Sailor Career Management System
AMC TT WES FMB Expansion Recompete
AMC NW NAVAIR ID Systems Division (ISD)
NMCSC Enterprise Trng & Mgmt Del Sys
AMC NW USJFCOM Engnr&Tech.Sppt for
C4ISR 
NISC-NCTS FE IT SupportÍ
Consolidated Afloat Network Enterp Sys
NISC-SSC SD Code 250 Eng Sup C4I Sys
NMCSC GCSS-MC Support Services
NISC-IT Support - RITSC NRSW Recompete
NISC-IS & T RecompeteÍ
NISC-JITAP Intelligence Trng Support
JFCOM Engr Support, Tech & Admin Svcs
AMC NW PEO IWS 1

 

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Planning
X
X
 
X
 
Kit Account Management
X
X
 
X
 
Consumable Repair Parts
X
X
 
X
 
Recurring Spare Parts
X
X
 
X
 
Supply Support Management
X
X
 
X
Added
Vendor Initiated Parts Re-supply (VIPR)
X
X
 
X
 
Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS) program
Removed
ISO compliance
Removed
Configure
C4ISR, secondary and combat loads to support Army component deployment requirements
Removed
Report readiness per AR 220-1 and AR 700-138 for equipment
Removed
Army Operational Projects and Sustainment
Removed
Automated Battlebook System (ABS)
Removed
Task Area 10: Support to Directorates of Logistics and Installation Management Agency
X
 
X
 
The

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Program (ICEMP)
X
 
X
Added
Earned Value Management
Added
COSIS Program
X
 
X
Added
ISO 9001 Compliance
Added
CAC Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
Added
CIP Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
Added
Army Wholesale Supply/Accountability Systems that include Standard Depot Systems (SDS) and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)
Added
Configure Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR), Secondary and Combat Loads to Support Army Component Deployment Requirements
Added
Project Management, Integrated Facility Management, and Operations
Maintenance and Repair Project Management
X
 
X
 
Integrated Facility Management
Developmental Logistics Support
X
 
X
 
Development Asset Visibility
X
 
X
 
Build and Maintain Combat, Combat Support, and Combat Service Support Unit Equipment

 

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Reporting Support
P
Test and Evaluation Support / Trials Support
P
Programmatic, Engineering, Technical, and Acquisition Systems Support
E
Technology Research and Technical Feasibility Support
E
Engineering Services Support
E
Modeling and Simulation Support
E
Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
E
Interoperability support
E
Systems Engineering Support e.g.
C4ISR
E
Enterprise Architecture and Program Planning Support
T
Systems Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
Army 3PL - A core technology component of the project was the deployment of enhanced warehouse functionality which included integrated order management and shipment optimization capabilities.  The approach leveraged information and unexploited capabilities resident in the

 

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Account Management
Supply Support Activity (SSA)
Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program (ICEMP)
X
 
 
 
 
 
Earned Value Management
COSIS Program
ISO 9001 Compliance
CAC Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CIP Program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Army Wholesale Supply/Accountability Systems that include Standard Depot Systems (SDS) and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)
Configure Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR), Secondary and Combat Loads to Support Army Component Deployment Requirements
Project Management, Integrated Facility Management, and Operations
Maintenance and Repair Project Management
X
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Facility Management
Developmental Logistics Support
X
 
 
 
 
 
Development Asset Visibility
X
 
 
 
 
 
Build and Maintain Combat, Combat Support, and Combat Service Support Unit Equipment Sets
Deploy with and

 

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11
Materiel Analyst
Operational Analyst (GS-12)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
2
$58.47
1.01428125
$227,738.84
$60.58
$235,937.44
$62.76
$244,431.19
$65.02
$253,230.71
$67.36
$262,347.02
$1,223,685.21
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$36.68
1.01428125
$71,434.31
$38.00
$74,005.95
$39.37
$76,670.16
$40.79
$79,430.29
$42.26
$82,289.78
$383,830.49
28VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 13
Senior AR2B Analyst

 

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11
Materiel Analyst
Operational Analyst (GS-12)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
2
$61.40
1.01428125
$239,125.79
$63.61
$247,734.31
$65.90
$256,652.75
$68.27
$265,892.25
$70.73
$275,464.37
$1,284,869.47
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.01428125
$75,006.03
$39.90
$77,706.24
$41.34
$80,503.67
$42.83
$83,401.80
$44.37
$86,404.27
$403,022.01
28VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 13
Senior AR2B Analyst

 

OPTARSS II DRAFTPRICING 092209 r3.xls

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11
Materiel Analyst
Operational Analyst (GS-12)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
2
$61.40
1.01428125
$239,125.79
$63.61
$247,734.31
$65.90
$256,652.75
$68.27
$265,892.25
$70.73
$275,464.37
$1,284,869.47
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.01428125
$75,006.03
$39.90
$77,706.24
$41.34
$80,503.67
$42.83
$83,401.80
$44.37
$86,404.27
$403,022.01
28VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 13
Senior AR2B Analyst

 

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11
Materiel Analyst
Operational Analyst (GS-12)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
2
$61.40
1.01428125
$239,125.79
$63.61
$247,734.31
$65.90
$256,652.75
$68.27
$265,892.25
$70.73
$275,464.37
$1,284,869.47
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.01428125
$75,006.03
$39.90
$77,706.24
$41.34
$80,503.67
$42.83
$83,401.80
$44.37
$86,404.27
$403,022.01
28VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 13
Senior AR2B Analyst

 

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082.08  $63.61  $244,246.17  $260,121.03  $65.90  $253,039.04  $269,485.39  $68.27  $262,148.44  $279,186.86  $70.73  $271,585.79  $289,237.59  $1,266,778.29  $1,349,112.94
    27VOSE     FMD     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 12    
C4ISR OI     Management Specialist (GS-09)     EXEMPT     Government     VOSE      1      $38.52      1.064995313      $73,949.93      $78,756.33      $39.90      $76,612.13      $81,591.56      $41.34      $79,370.16      $84,528.85      $42.83      $82,227.49      $87,571.89      $44.37      $85,187.68      $90,724

 

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11
Materiel Analyst
Operational Analyst (GS-12)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
2
$61.40
1.064995313
$251,082.08
$63.61
$260,121.03
$65.90
$269,485.39
$68.27
$279,186.86
$70.73
$289,237.59
$1,349,112.94
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.064995313
$78,756.33
$39.90
$81,591.56
$41.34
$84,528.85
$42.83
$87,571.89
$44.37
$90,724.48
$423,173.11
28VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 13
Senior AR2B Analyst

 

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082.08
$63.61
$244,246.17
$260,121.03
$65.90
$253,039.04
$269,485.39
$68.27
$262,148.44
$279,186.86
$70.73
$271,585.79
$289,237.59
$1,266,778.29
$1,349,112.94
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
Government
VTS
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.064995313
$73,949.93
$78,756.33
$39.90
$76,612.13
$81,591.56
$41.34
$79,370.16
$84,528.85
$42.83
$82,227.49
$87,571.89
$44.37
$85,187.68
$90,724

 

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082.08
$63.61
$244,246.17
$260,121.03
$65.90
$253,039.04
$269,485.39
$68.27
$262,148.44
$279,186.86
$70.73
$271,585.79
$289,237.59
$1,266,778.29
$1,349,112.94
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
EXEMPT
Government
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.064995313
$73,949.93
$78,756.33
$39.90
$76,612.13
$81,591.56
$41.34
$79,370.16
$84,528.85
$42.83
$82,227.49
$87,571.89
$44.37
$85,187.68
$90,724

 

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082.08
$63.61
$244,246.17
$260,121.03
$65.90
$253,039.04
$269,485.39
$68.27
$262,148.44
$279,186.86
$70.73
$271,585.79
$289,237.59
$1,266,778.29
$1,349,112.94
27VOSE
FMD
BC/MAT/CSS Branch
Task 12
C4ISR OI
Management Specialist (GS-09)
EXEMPT
Government
VOSE
 
1
$38.52
1.064995313
$73,949.93
$78,756.33
$39.90
$76,612.13
$81,591.56
$41.34
$79,370.16
$84,528.85
$42.83
$82,227.49
$87,571.89
$44.37
$85,187.68
$90,724

 

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Branch     Task 10     Stationing Integration     Operational Analyst (GS-12)     EXEMPT     Government     HCI      1     Stationing Branch     Task 11     Stationing Analyst/Integrator     Operational Analyst (GS-12)     EXEMPT     Government     HCI      4     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 11     Materiel Analyst     Operational Analyst (GS-12)     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      2     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 12     C4ISR OI     Management Specialist (GS-09)     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 13     Senior AR2B Analyst     Operations Analyst, Senior (GS-14)     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 16     DB Management FMS-Web/FMS-Win     Management Specialist (GS-09)     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     Requirements Branch     Task

 

Scenario 4 Staffing_revised_091609 (2).xls

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2      2     Force Management Division     Stationing Branch     Task 10     Stationing Integration     Operations Analyst     EXEMPT     Government     HCI      1     Stationing Branch     Task 11     Stationing Analyst/Integrator     Operations Analyst     EXEMPT     Government     HCI      4     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 11     Materiel Analyst     Operations Analyst     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      2     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 12     C4ISR OI     Management Specialist     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 13     Senior AR2B Analyst     Operations Analyst, Senior     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     BC/MAT/CSS Branch     Task 16     DB Management FMS-Web/FMS-Win     Management Specialist     EXEMPT     Government     VTS      1     Requirements Branch     Task 14,15     ONS/ECOP/ACP Spt

 

2009_Obama__V11__17_Feb.ppt

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focused on longer-term traditional operations
• Sustained development & procurement of multiple manned aircraft; largest investment area
• Fostered aggressive Missile Defense development/ early deployment
• Supported sweeping advanced technology for future ships; continuous course adjustments
• Implemented broad outsourcing to reduce government employees; heavy reliance on contractors for OIF and OEF support  
• Emphasized
network centric operations enabled by new C4ISR --- a centerpiece of Defense Transformation; huge growth in UAS
• Conducted multiple, major, helicopter modernization efforts
• Sustained equipping deploying personnel with latest individual gear
• Sustained huge truck procurement and RESET; forced to accelerate survivability solutions --HMMWV, MRAP, truck cabs
• Continued development of selected precision munitions

 

PUZZLE_PIECES_ABSTRACT_R0.ppt

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to normalize currently disparate activities and to identify a minimal set of standards and technical conventions that will govern system implementation
• Defines a common approach for DoD architecture description development, presentation, and integration for both warfighting operations and business operations/combat support
• Extensive background in the development of the DoD
C4ISR Architecture Framework V1, and V2 under support of SPAWAR CHENG
• Developed O/S/T architectures as required by numerous DoD bids
• Demonstrated compliance on bids with respect to COTS product IT standards and the JTA (version of the DoD technical architecture – identification of DoD consensus standards)
• CSC Catalyst addresses a

 

15786DSOW.doc

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STATEMENT OF WORK
PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION CENTER SERVICES CONTRACT  
07 August 2008  

1.0 SCOPE
This Statement of Work (SOW) for a Request for Quote defines the services required for
C4ISR Programs Philadelphia Product Distribution Center (PDC).  In accordance with this SOW, contractor shall receive material, position material in the Government owned facility; manage the inventory, and ready material for delivery to the required destinations worldwide.  

The Product Distribution Center supports multiple, independent projects (approximately 20) within
C4ISR who have a need for PDC services.  These projects must track and account for project specific items (independent of other projects).  Therefore, there can be no co-mingling of assets.  A partial list of projects includes Tomahawk Command and Control Systems (TC2S), Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS), Imagery Product Library

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and components.  Material shall range from negligible weight to 1500 pounds and will range in size from 2 inches long by 2 inches wide by 2 inches tall; to 4 feet long by 6 feet wide by 9 feet tall. All material shall also be handled in accordance with the C4ISR Programs Philadelphia normal operating procedures.  

The contractor shall furnish all equipment, labor and other services and/or material identified within this SOW unless otherwise specified as Government furnished equipment (GFE).  The contractor shall also be responsible for the movement of materials between and within the various locations that comprise the
C4ISR offices. The Government’s acceptance of the contractor’s proposed equipment and design and incorporation of these into the contract shall not relieve the contractor from the responsibility to meet the firm requirements of this SOW.  


2.0  TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS  

The following paragraphs identify the tasks within the scope of

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Emergency recalls are expected to happen as often as 2 times per month.  

2.2   Inventory Management
           The contractor will be responsible for placing received material into inventory, managing the stored inventory in the government facility and removing material from the inventory to be delivered internally to other locations within
C4ISR or to be readied for expedited delivery to the required destinations worldwide.  The contractor will be required to operate (i.e., data entry, auditing, verification, etc.) the government furnished Inventory Management System consisting of multiple components on GFE computer systems.  

2.2.1  Inventory Control  
The contractor shall be responsible for storing the materiel in the
C4ISR facility. The contractor shall ensure that the inventory management system contains accurate information at all times. Location accuracy shall be maintained by the contractor to the extent that only one instance of disagreement between the system indicated Part Number in any location and the verified contents of the location occurs

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complete wall-to-wall inventory and provide a complete wall-to-wall inventory report.  

2.2.2  Stock Maintenance  
The Contractor shall assist owners of the materiel stored with stock maintenance actions including retrieving the items for action and re-stowing them after work is complete.  Unless otherwise directed by
C4ISR, the contractor shall rotate identified stock items in order to ensure a “first in first out” (FIFO) rotation.  When requested by C4ISR, serial number verification will be required to verify serial numbers on identified items upon receiving and again when the items are shipped.  This procedure will require the contractor to open the container, remove the item to verify the serial number and then repackaging the item.  If required by the customer

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IUID and bar coding shall be provided to satisfy unique customer’s requirements.  All material handlers shall utilize proper Electro-static discharge procedures when handling electronic equipment.  

2.2.3  Minimum Stocking Levels  
The contractor shall be capable of identifying minimum stocking levels (MSL)
and generating a notification for the
C4ISR POC when the balance falls below the minimum level.  In order for the contractor to provide MSL, C4ISR must provide the contractor an item list that quantifies the minimum levels.  

2.2.4  Order Processing  
The contractor shall be capable of processing orders received via telephone, E-mail, FAX.  

2.2.5 UID/RFID  
The contractor may be required to implement UID/RFID for marking and reading locations of material in the PDC. The government will supply all required software, hardware, and consumables for the accomplishment of this effort.  

2.3  Material Handling
It is the contractor’s responsibility to move all material to/from/within the Production Distribution Center and other locations within the
C4ISR facilities.  The contractor will be required to fabricate special and various sized pallets or crates depending upon shipping or PDC requirements.  Contractor shall be responsible and accountable for replacement of goods damaged by contractor while handling the materials.  The contractor will be qualified to handle hazardous (HAZMAT) and classified material

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and Classified Materials and report their disposition to the government within 1 work week of the action.  

2.3.1  Equipment  
The contractor shall provide the material handling equipment (MHE) including, but not limited to, forklifts, pallet jacks, conveyors, enclosed vehicles and/ or other equipment necessary for operations within the
C4ISR facility and other C4ISR local buildings.  The contractor shall retain ownership responsibility for this equipment and shall be responsible for maintenance and repair as required.  

2.3.2  Material Disposal
The contractor shall at the direction of the government, disposition all obsolete, beyond economical repair, excess and damaged material to appropriate the DOD Defense

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destination.  The delivery timeframes for this level of service shall not exceed 7-calendar days.  The Contractor shall identify the areas serviced, timeframes and any limitations for this service.  For Outside of the Continental U.S. (OCONUS) surface delivery, Contractor shall maintain positive control of any shipment and shall notify C4ISR  POC if a 3rd party shipper becomes involved. The contractor shall track shipments (traceability through final destination) to include all required shipping documents such as, but not limited to:  
▪ Commercial Bill of Lading  
▪ Global Freight Management (GFM)  
▪ USPS  

2.4.4  US Customs  
To speed the processing of materiel

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system to ensure materiel is delivered to the correct destination on time.  On a monthly basis, the contractor shall report on the number of shipments, as well as an itemization of late and misrouted shipments.  

2.4.10  Misrouted Material  
Where materiel is misrouted, the Contractor shall promptly notify the
C4ISR POC and obtain and enact instructions on disposition.  
.  
2.5  Receiving
The contractor shall receive, accept, unload and stage all incoming goods for inventory receipt processing.  All material shall be tracked and accounted for while in the government facility by the inventory management system.  

2.5.1   Material Receipt Forms

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and individual project  logistician for tracking purposes.    

2.5.3  Returned Equipment:  
Upon notification from project personnel, contractor will receive returned material from program/project sites and repaired material from vendors.  

2.5.4  Damaged Goods:  
When damaged goods are received, the contractor shall document damaged items and shall notify
C4ISR within 1 business day of receipt of goods.  C4ISR will determine disposition of damaged material.  

2.5.5  Unique Items:  
The contractor shall have a process in place to handle and identify unique items such as vendor owned loaner equipment.  

3.0  OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT  

The contractor shall identify the Operations Manager (OM) as the single point of contact for

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contractor’s staff and will retain a brief description of the roles and responsibilities of each member of the staff.  The OM will be responsible for coordinating PDC efforts and resolving PDC issues through the identified government PDC lead.    

The OM shall ensure that the project is operating within the
C4ISR approved operating procedures and budgetary constraints.    

The OM shall attend status meetings and adhoc meetings as scheduled by the
C4ISR Lead.  

As required by
C4ISR, the OM shall maintain a schedule that reflects contractor’s ongoing activities and will ensure that the contractor’s staff is completing their work on-time.  Additionally, specific action items shall be tracked by the OM at the request of the C4ISR lead.  

4.0 PERSONNEL  
The contractor shall maintain a qualified staff capable of being cleared to carry out the tasks defined in this statement of work.  All personnel shall hold as required appropriate certifications and licenses necessary to operate any and all PDC equipment.  Contractor personnel shall be knowledgeable in the proper security procedures, disposition and handling of classified material iaw current
C4ISR procedures.  All positions are required to hold a SECRET clearance.   Additionally, all contractor personnel are required to be US Citizens due to restricted access requirements at the Government Owned Facility.  It is the contractor’s responsibility to provide any and all training necessary to carry out the tasks in this

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ANS RD&A memo of 17 NOV 2006.” Deliverables will be initiated and specified in the CDRL.  Regardless of other reporting requirements, the contractor shall include status and financial reporting on a monthly basis as detailed below.  

7.1  Status Reporting  
The OM shall submit a monthly progress report to
C4ISR  .  C4ISR reserves the right to increase the frequency of status reporting at its discretion. The report shall include (but not limited to):  

1. performance details for the reporting month  
2. issues/concerns  
3. planned activities  
4. status of specific action items assigned to the OM and/or the contractor staff  
5

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expended  

A reporting period shall be from the first day of a calendar month thru and including the last day of the same calendar month.  The financial report for a given reporting period is due NLT the 15th calendar day of the subsequent calendar month.  

In the event that
C4ISR requires a further breakdown of financial information based on additional funding requirements, the contractor shall comply.  















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LC Descriptions.doc

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Personnel Category:  (* Indicates Key Personnel)  
1.  *SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT (SME) 3:  
Education:  Completion of Navy “C” School or equivalent training and fifteen (15) years experience in the specific system or its predecessor.  
Experience:  Twelve (12) years of hands-on experience on the operations, analysis, test, installation or maintenance on th
C4ISR system he/she manages.  Must have demonstrated leadership of the successful management and execution of production efforts similar in complexity and scope to those described in the SOW.      
Specific Experience;  At least five (5) years of the aforementioned experience shall be in providing guidance and direction of tasks similar to those listed in the SOW for
C4ISR systems. Must have at least four (4) years of the last five (5) years of demonstrated experience in supervising, directing, reviewing and coordinating work performed by other contractor staff while maintaining effective liaison with Government technical and contracting personnel. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and DoD procurement policies and

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at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronics/ Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Physics. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.  
Progressive Experience:  Must have at least ten (10) years experience in highly complex design, modification, and evaluation of an electronic apparatus, components, or circuitry for use in
C4ISR electronic equipment and devices.  
Specific Experience:  Must have fiver (5) of the last six (6) years experience must be associated with research equipment and material vendors and make recommendations for the Common Products Catalog.  Requires experience in analyzing equipment to establish operating data and conducting experimental tests.   In addition shall

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determining technical objectives.  


2.b  *Senior Systems Engineer:
Education: Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronics/ Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Physics. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.  
Progressive Experience:  Must have at least ten (10) years experience in engineering, integration and test of
C4ISR systems and sub-systems, hardware and software interfaces.  
Specific Experience: Must have fiver (5) of the last six (6) years experience shall be in performing quality assurance testing, at least five years shall be in developing cost effective test procedures, and at least five years performing research and analysis for

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Engineer  
Education:  Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, or in a related engineering discipline. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.  
Progressive Experience:  Six (6) years of experience in developing and reviewing design drawings and specifications for mechanical systems used to house or transport
C4ISR equipment and devices.  
Specific Experience: At least three years experience in providing engineering design solutions to harden COTS products and performing shock hardening testing and other environmental testing.    


4.  *ENGINEER/SCIENTIST 2:  
Education:Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering, or in a related engineering

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configuration management (CM).  Shall have experience in the development, production, and test & evaluation of computer systems.  
Specific Experience:  Shall have at least five (5) of last six (6) years of experience associated with configuration management duties associated with the testing, auditing, and software/hardware/documentation change management duties related to
C4ISR system/subsystems, specifically in the areas of command, control, communication, and computers.    


5.b *Senior Scheduler / Earned Value Analyst (EVA)  
Education:  Shall have at least a Bachelor of Arts/Science in Business Administration/Mathematics/Computer Science/Information Systems from an accredited College or University. In addition shall be certified in Primavera Earned Value Management Tools.  An advanced degree is desirable.  
Progressive Experience:  Shall have at least six (6) years managing production projects of
C4ISR shipboard or shore systems.  
Specific Experience At least three (3) years of that experience shall be in the development of schedules and the tracking of earned value results.    


6.  *MANAGEMENT ANALYST  2:  
Education:  Shall have at least a Bachelor of Arts/Science in Business Administration/Mathematics/Computer Science/Information Systems from an accredited College or University.  .  
Experience:  Two (2) years of experience associated with configuration management duties associated with the testing, auditing, and software/hardware/documentation change management duties related to
C4ISR system/subsystems, specifically in the areas of command, control, communication, and computers.    


7.    *LOGISTICIAN 4:  
Education:  Bachelor degree plus individual shall possess a Professional certification – i.e., Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certified in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics – Level 2 or has equivalent logistics training (resume to specify all equivalent

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in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.    
Progressive Experience:  Ten (10) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 13 years if not DAWIA Level 2 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes.  
Specific Experience: Shall have six (6) years support of  
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated management skills, to include: Analyzing Contracts, Analyzing System Design Specifications, Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines. Experience supervising Logistics Specialists.  


8.  *LOGISTICIAN 3:  
Education:  Bachelor degree plus individual shall possess a Professional certification – i.e., Defense Acquisition

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cycle logistics.  
Progressive Experience:  Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes.    
Specific Experience:  Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.  


9.  *TECHNICAL WRITER/EDITOR 2:  
Education:  BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.  
Experience:  Five (5) years of experience in writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.  


SCA Categories:  

10.  ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN VI (SCA 30086:  
Education:  Associate Degree in Engineering Technology, or formal electronics training from: Technical School, or Class A or B military school in electronics or communications.  
Progressive Experience: Must have at least sixteen (16) appropriate experience in the maintenance, troubleshooting, or

 

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Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.  

Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in with systems engineering of C4I programs to include: Technology Analysis and Assessment, Design Definition, Development of Systems Specification, Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Integration, Test & Evaluation Criteria, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Five (5) years of technical experience in leading and directing C4I engineering staff.  

4. Engineer/Scientist 3
Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.  

Experience: Six (6) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include: Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of
C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.  

5. Engineer/Scientist 2

Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.  

Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:  
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements. One (1) year of technical experience in support of C4I integration and testing.  

6. Engineer/Scientist 1

Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.  

Experience: One (1) years of experience in systems engineering of C4I, to include:  
Systems/Equipment Support, and Test and Evaluation support of
C4ISR requirements.  

7. Junior Engineer/Scientist

Education: BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electronic, Industrial, or Computer Engineering.  

Experience: None  

** IMPORTANT NOTE **  

DAWIA Certification for Contractors –Contractor personnel that do not have government DAWIA certification courses may demonstrate an equivalency in terms of academic degrees, courses completed, and experience as that of

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of defense life-cycle logistics.  

Experience: Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.  

9. Logistician 2

Education: Bachelor’s degree plus individual is working towards Professional certification –i.e., Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics – Level 1

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possess an additional one (1) year working in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.  

Experience: Three (3) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes. Of the required 3 years, individual shall have one (1) year support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, and Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures.  

10. Logistician 1

Education: Bachelor’s degree.  

Experience: One (1) year experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support of electronic systems, to include: logistics principles, practices, and processes.  

11. Junior Logistician

Education: Bachelor

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developing goals and objectives, developing training programs, and applying the instructional system development (ISD) process.  

19. Technical Writer/Editor 2  

Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.  

Experience: Five (5) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include: writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.  

20. Technical Writer/Editor 1

Education: BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.  

Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the preparation of technical documentation to include: writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.  

21. Subject Matter Expert (SME) 2

Education: Technical Training in electronics, radio communications, or other communications equipment.  

Experience: Ten (10) years of hands-on experience with a C4I system or family of systems to include three (3) of the following four (4) areas: Systems Requirements, Operational Requirements

 

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January 15, 2007, COB

Hardcopy Sealed Proprietary Package: January 15, 2007, Noon.  

Introduction:  
Stanley is pleased to present this Subcontractor Request for Quote (RFQ) in support of our prime proposal submission to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) command, control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) Production Program, solicitation number N65236-07-R-0259.  The primary services supporting CAEI production is a five-year, cost-plus-incentive-fee, cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm fixed priced contract, with three Award Term years (8 total).  

This RFQ process is a multi-step process that includes this first data

 

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January 15, 2007, COB

Hardcopy Sealed Proprietary Package: January 15, 2007, Noon.  

Introduction:  
Stanley is pleased to present this Subcontractor Request for Quote (RFQ) in support of our prime proposal submission to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) command, control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) Production Program, solicitation number N65236-07-R-0259.  The primary services supporting CAEI production is a five-year, cost-plus-incentive-fee, cost-plus-fixed-fee, firm fixed priced contract, with three Award Term years (8 total).  

This RFQ process is a multi-step process that includes this first data

 

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Capable? (Yes/No)
Role (Lead/ Support)
SME/POC Name,
Phone #, email
3. Training and Exercise Support. Training support is defined as activities directly or indirectly related to individual, leader, and collective training and training development on Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS) and other Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) systems. This normally consists of individual operator sustainment training, unit staff drills, functional command post and integrated command post training events and exercises. BCTB also provides new Soldier training because of duty reassignment and refresher/update training due to changes in system software and/or hardware. It also includes support to exercises which may include practical exercises within the framework of individual training, small group instruction in support of battle staff integration and operation, mission rehearsals; large-scale exercises for brigades and above in joint and combined environments. The contractor shall:
a. Support future ABCS,
C4ISR, and Army Modular unit conversions.
b. Provide ABCS &
C4ISR training on the following systems:
1) Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) + Blue Force Tracker (BFT)
2) Maneuver Control System (MCS)
3) Maneuver Control System – Light (MCS-L)
4) All Source Analysis System (ASAS)
5) All Source Analysis System – Light (ASAS-L)
6) Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data

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analysis, fielding of new systems, or at the direction of the Government to meet evolving needs of the Senior Commander (SC). These new courses, when required, will be entered in accordance with the Automated Systems Approach to Training (ASAT).
h. Mobile Training Teams (MTTs) in support of individual and collective
C4ISR training to III Corps units or to units attached to III Corps may be required. These contractor teams will provide, conduct, and evaluate training IAW applicable Army regulations, TRADOC approved POIs, unit standard operating procedures (SOPs), and federal statutes. The teams shall complete training to standard and on time, with

 

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through the Internet to conduct all business.  We used Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), Teleconferencing, SharePoint portals, shared databases and telephony. Stanley currently contracts with InterCall to provide a robust Teleconferencing and Webcasting services for our employees and customers worldwide.Stanley provides Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) support for C4ISR-related systems and technology programs. Our support includes products and services that encompass all facets of software development, systems engineering and integration, and Information Technology (IT) and telecommunications services.
To provide the in-depth technical capability required to execute the task order requirements Stanley is teaming with our CEOss partner

 

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planning capabilities with consistent achievement. Proficient in Word, Excel, WordPerfect, Works, Lotus 1-2-3, and various supply systems.  

Inventory Control
Auditing
Staff Supervision
Customer Service
Cash Management
Training & Development
Data Entry
Material Handling
Budget Monitoring
Merchandise Pricing
Machine Shop Supply
Warehouse Operations
TS/SCI Clearance
Professional Experience  

CACI Technologies,
C4isr , Aberdeen ,MD                                                                                                2010-2011
Supply Technician  
Installing hardware, mounting equipment in I.E. racks, bays. Install Fiber Optic cables, CAT3, CAT6 according to drawing specifications. Design layout of install and troubleshoot for connectivity. Verifying materials (or merchandise) against receiving documents, noting and reporting discrepancies and obvious damages; routing materials to

 

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the entry and mid-level Systems Engineer.  Serves as the lead and technical expert. Is responsible for management level preparation of documentation required as part of the overall systems engineering aspect of the task or demonstration.  Recommends changes to system design and for system specifications.  Maintains an extensive knowledge of C4ISR architectures. Maintains an extensive knowledge of space and or missile defense concepts and operations. Coordinates all changes of the system design with the Government sponsor of the item, product, or system being designed. Systems Engineers shall have college degree(s) in an engineering discipline, typically a engineering BS and an

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entry level and an engineering or management MS at the “mid” level.  

2.10 Software Engineer (Senior Level) – The Senior Software Engineer provides leadership in software engineering, design and modification with considerably more knowledge than the entry and mid-level Software Engineer.  Provides advanced software services covering all aspects of
C4ISR and or space, and or missile defense equipment.  Is extremely knowledgeable in space and or missile defense systems and Government or military software applications and databases that may be used in the development of C4ISR, space, and missile defense equipment. Works directly on problems that are complex to analyze, plan, program, and operate.  Confers with functional area experts and authorities to determine the software application requirements of the program.  Analyzes problems within the program and makes recommendations based on input from the Government and other

 

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by the SPAWAR Production Manager.  The Contractor’s permanent management and receiving support facility must be in place no later than 45 days after contract award.  Specifically, the Contractor shall provide sufficient office space for the management, engineering, administrative, and technical support personnel required by this contract to directly support C4ISR system production and integration.  The maximum area for this effort is considered to be 2,000 square feet for the Charleston, SC facility, which is the principle SPAWAR facility.  Production procedures will be developed and validated in Charleston, SC.  The Charleston, SC production model may be replicated in Norfolk, VA

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RFP, SOW paragraph 7.2 SPAWAR Corporate Production Facility (Government Provided) is revised to remove the reference to “San Diego” as follows:

 7.2    SPAWAR CORPORATE PRODUCTION FACILITY (GOVERNMENT PROVIDED)  

The Government will provide production and industrial warehousing facilities in Charleston, SC to accommodate the production and integration of the
C4ISR systems and storage of the equipment and material required for system production.   Technical and administrative workspace will also be provided for on-site key personnel.  Contractor productionsupport efforts will be performed within the SPAWAR facilities at SPAWARSYSCEN Charleston (currently buildings 3112/1603) and SPAWARSYSCEN, Norfolk.    


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by the SPAWAR Production Manager.  The Contractor’s permanent management and receiving support facility must be in place no later than 45 days after contract award.  Specifically, the Contractor shall provide sufficient office space for the management, engineering, administrative, and technical support personnel required by this contract to directly support C4ISR system production and integration.  The maximum area for this effort is considered to be 2,000 square feet for the Charleston, SC facility, which is the principle SPAWAR facility.  Production procedures will be developed and validated in Charleston, SC.  The Charleston, SC production model may be replicated in Norfolk, VA

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RFP, SOW paragraph 7.2 SPAWAR Corporate Production Facility (Government Provided) is revised to remove the reference to “San Diego” as follows:

 7.2    SPAWAR CORPORATE PRODUCTION FACILITY (GOVERNMENT PROVIDED)  

The Government will provide production and industrial warehousing facilities in Charleston, SC to accommodate the production and integration of the
C4ISR systems and storage of the equipment and material required for system production.   Technical and administrative workspace will also be provided for on-site key personnel.  Contractor productionsupport efforts will be performed within the SPAWAR facilities at SPAWARSYSCEN Charleston (currently buildings 3112/1603) and SPAWARSYSCEN, Norfolk.    


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office at 8283 Greensboro Drive, Hamilton Building; McLean, VA 22102.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years.  They currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Booz Allen’s  support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Booz Allen’s contracts in Zone 2 cover the full spectrum of Functional Areas except 3.10, 3.12, and 3.14; contracts covering these areas are listed in detail

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office at Suite 140, 1615 Murray Canyon Road; San Diego, CA 92108.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. They currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Functional Areas covered by Booz Allen contracts in Zone 6 are 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3

 

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Feasibility Support
X
X
X
X
X
X
Engineering Services Support
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Modeling and Simulation Support
X
X
X
Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
X
X
X
X
X
Interoperability support
X
X
X
Systems Engineering Support e.g.
C4ISR
X
X
X
X
X
Enterprise Architecture and Program Planning Support
X
X
X
Systems Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Information System (IS) development, Information Assurance (IA) and Information Technology (IT) support
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

 

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Allied forces.  Additionally, USSTRATCOM has responsibility for Information Assurance for all US military agencies.  

1.2  Mission Areas.  Command mission areas include full-spectrum global strike, space operations, computer network operations, Department of Defense information operations, strategic warning, integrated missile defense, global Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR), nuclear deterrence, and deterring and defending against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.  These mission areas are not inclusive.  The dynamic nature of the Command's responsibilities may require the addition of areas not currently identified.  

1.3  Scope.  The USSTRATCOM Systems and Missions Support (USAMS) advisory and assistance

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the requirements of the TO and all office supplies necessary to perform the requirements of the TO.  

4.0   APPENDICES  

4.1  Acronyms  

AF                           Air Force  
AFWA                    Air Force Weather Agency  
BMD                      Ballistic Missile Defense  
C2                          Command and Control  
C3                          Command, Control, and Communications  
C4                          Command, Control, Communications, and Computer  
C4ISR                    Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance  
CCB                       Configuration Control Board  
CDD                      Capabilities Development Document  
CDRL                    Contract Data Requirements List  
CDS                       Canadian Defense Staff  
CFR                        Code of Federal Regulations  
CM                         Configuration Management  
CNA                       Computer Network Attack  
CND                       Computer Network Defense  
CND/A                   Computer Network Defense and Attack  
CO                          Contracting

 

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systems assembly and integration, Pre-Installation Test and Check Out (PITCO), system design support, technical assistance and integrated logistics support.
Large
Their experience in shipboard C4I integration translates into direct, significant advantages to the Government in the unique aspects of integration engineering, production engineering and production execution, in support of
C4ISR Production Programs.
Large
Dataline will be providing cable fabrication, integration and material management support to Stanley as needed to execute the contract.
Large
EMA currently supports C5ISRSYSCEN Charleston on a wide range of production efforts that include production management and engineering, testing, system inspection, failure analysis, pre-installation test and

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and library maintenance, support to the Systems Engineering Working Group, help desk support, and program management activities. Mandex will be providing cable fabrication, integration, and IT support functions after contract award.
Large
A Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 Software and Systems Engineering Company, ManTech’s technical expertise encompasses
C4ISR systems engineering, systems integration, production and fabrication, software development, logistics, training, and O&M support.
Large
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a platform-independent provider of scientific, engineering and systems integration services. SAIC will provide GCCS-M production engineering, integration and drafting support.
SDVOB, 8(a) SDB
They provide

 

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systems assembly and integration, Pre-Installation Test and Check Out (PITCO), system design support, technical assistance and integrated logistics support.
Large
Their experience in shipboard C4I integration translates into direct, significant advantages to the Government in the unique aspects of integration engineering, production engineering and production execution, in support of
C4ISR Production Programs.
Large
Dataline will be providing cable fabrication, integration and material management support to Stanley as needed to execute the contract.
Large
EMA currently supports C5ISRSYSCEN Charleston on a wide range of production efforts that include production management and engineering, testing, system inspection, failure analysis, pre-installation test and

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and library maintenance, support to the Systems Engineering Working Group, help desk support, and program management activities. Mandex will be providing cable fabrication, integration, and IT support functions after contract award.
Large
A Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 Software and Systems Engineering Company, ManTech’s technical expertise encompasses
C4ISR systems engineering, systems integration, production and fabrication, software development, logistics, training, and O&M support.
Large
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a platform-independent provider of scientific, engineering and systems integration services. SAIC will provide GCCS-M production engineering, integration and drafting support.
SDVOB, 8(a) SDB
They provide

 

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with Senior Technology Officer for Innovation at the Defense Intelligence Agency which resulted in a request for a secure SATCOM solution to support National Intelligence Requirements.  
• Worked with SOCOM and AFRICOM to provide secure SATCOM solutions in support of their Intelligence requirements and operational needs.  
•  Initiated relationship with Navy SPAWAR
C4ISR to understand and support intelligence and operational requirements for secure SATCOM.  

SIEMENS 1997 - 2008  

SIEMENS ONE  

Jan-Jul 2008  

Senior Director, Siemens One, Government Business Office.   Responsible for Business Development and Customer Relationship Management for all Siemens Navy and Air Force business.  Additionally, worked with all Siemens Operating Companies to

 

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Analyzes contractual commitments, customer specifications, and related information to identify  
         and document maintenance and support requirements  

▪ Reviews designs and analyzes equipment characteristics  

▪ Develops and prepares manuals, bulletins, and information systems to provide logistics  
   support  

▪ Ship and receive items through USPS, UPS, FEDEX, etc

▪  Generated customer work orders utilizing MTISC for
C4ISR systems  

Kellogg, Brown & Root, Baghdad, Iraq   01/2010 – 6/2010  
Logistics Coordinator  

Served as liaison to the USO with high profile passengers. Established positive relationships with      customers and staff.  
▪ Provided appropriate briefing to incoming and outgoing personnel. Built and updated classified aircraft rotary mission manifest and documents.  
▪ Ensure safety for

 

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Over $10M - $17M
Over $17M
Technical Capability
Maritime Enterprise Engineering and Management: Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to
C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.
IT Transformation, Strategy, and Design: Booz Allen Hamilton brings technical and functional expertise in systems development, engineering, and management to provide support through every phase of the information technology life

 

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through the Internet to conduct all business.  We used Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), Teleconferencing, SharePoint portals, shared databases and telephony. Stanley currently contracts with InterCall to provide a robust Teleconferencing and Webcasting services for our employees and customers worldwide.Stanley provides Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) support for C4ISR-related systems and technology programs. Our support includes products and services that encompass all facets of software development, systems engineering and integration, and Information Technology (IT) and telecommunications services. To provide the in-depth technical capability required to execute the task order requirements Stanley is teaming with our CEOss partner

 

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manage all aspects and all Classes of Supply for APS and TSS stocks indicated above to ensure readiness for issue in accordance with the PWS. The Contractor’s COSIS plan shall articulate their approach to maintaining the maximum operational readiness level. The Contractor shall configure major end items,  secondary items, additional stockage level (ASL), prescribed load list (PLL), unit basic load (UBL), and command, control, communication computers intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (C4ISR) equipment into battalion level configured loads by UIC. The Contractor shall manage readiness rating for TSS equipment in three groups, the Track Group includes all  tracked equipment, the Wheeled Group includes all tactical wheeled vehicles and trailers, the  Other Group includes MHE, Weapons, and any C4ISR equipment. The OR includes not only the maintenance of the equipment but also the supply status of the associated ASL, PLL, UBL, C4ISR and the Components of End Item (COEI) and Basic Issue Items (BII) required to issue the complete equipment set in deployment ready conditions. The Contractor shall ensure all aspects of

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Deprocessing   9.5.1. TASK DESCRIPTION: The Contractor shall receive and deprocess new production equipment as it is received from the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). Deprocessing Page 49 of 109   FIRST-KU PWS Version 1.3 14 May 2009  includes removing any packing material and conducting a post shipment inspection of equipment to ensure proper operation in accordance with the TM. It can also involve installation of radios and other C4ISR equipment. It can include making minor repairs to damage resulting from shipment. New equipment receipts can range from Radios to Tracked vehicles. New equipment deprocessing is often done in concert

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the Government on all cost, schedule, and performance aspects of the task; track performance and brief the Government on performance. Common DTS tasks range from issue of equipment for replacement of battle loss/battle damaged equipment to the issue of  company sized elements requiring integration of enabling technologies  such as Counter Remote Controlled IED Electronic Warfare (CREW) systems, Blue Force Tracker (BFT) Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, and radios. The operation center shall tie together maintenance, supply, transportation, and any other aspect of an assigned task to ensure a Page 57 of 109   FIRST-KU PWS

 

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to Air Force, DoD and other Federal agencies including but not limited to locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and war zone areas for development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) (C4ISR) Enterprise and Information Systems in support of Research and Development (R&D) and operational/production activities. The proposed services and solutions (which are services with products purchased in support of solutions) shall be in compliance with existing DoD and Department of the Air Force standardization and interoperability policies
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to Air Force, DoD and other Federal agencies including but not limited to locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and war zone areas for development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) (C4ISR) Enterprise and Information Systems in support of Research and Development (R&D) and operational/production activities. The proposed services and solutions (which are services with products purchased in support of solutions) shall be in compliance with existing DoD and Department of the Air Force standardization and interoperability policies
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to Air Force, DoD and other Federal agencies including but not limited to locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and war zone areas for development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) (C4ISR) Enterprise and Information Systems in support of Research and Development (R&D) and operational/production activities. The proposed services and solutions (which are services with products purchased in support of solutions) shall be in compliance with existing DoD and Department of the Air Force standardization and interoperability policies
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to Air Force, DoD and other Federal agencies including but not limited to locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and war zone areas for development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) (C4ISR) Enterprise and Information Systems in support of Research and Development (R&D) and operational/production activities. The proposed services and solutions (which are services with products purchased in support of solutions) shall be in compliance with existing DoD and Department of the Air Force standardization and interoperability policies
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to Air Force, DoD and other Federal agencies including but not limited to locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and war zone areas for development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) (C4ISR) Enterprise and Information Systems in support of Research and Development (R&D) and operational/production activities. The proposed services and solutions (which are services with products purchased in support of solutions) shall be in compliance with existing DoD and Department of the Air Force standardization and interoperability policies
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management MS at the “mid” level.   2.8 Systems Engineer (Senior Level) – The Senior Systems Engineer provides leadership in systems design and engineering with considerably more knowledge than the entry and mid-level Systems Engineer.  Serves as the lead and technical expert. Is responsible for management level preparation of documentation required as part of the overall systems engineering aspect of the task or demonstration.  Recommends changes to system design and for system specifications.  Maintains an extensive knowledge of C4ISR architectures. Maintains an extensive knowledge of space and or missile defense concepts and operations. Coordinates all changes of the system design with

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or missile defense systems and has a working knowledge of military operations.  These engineers shall have college degree(s) in an engineering discipline, typically an engineering BS at entry level and an engineering or management MS at the “mid” level.    2.10 Software Engineer (Senior Level) – The Senior Software Engineer provides leadership in software engineering, design and modification with considerably more knowledge than the entry and mid-level Software Engineer.  Provides advanced software services covering all aspects of C4ISR and or space, and or missile defense equipment.  Is extremely knowledgeable in space and or missile defense systems and Government or military software applications and databases that may be used in the development of C4ISR, space, and missile defense equipment. Works directly on problems that are complex to analyze, plan, program, and operate.  Confers with functional area

 

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technical support.  i. Provide support for Quality Assurance activities.   1.6 Other support for Tactical Systems Integration and Interoperability involving FMS efforts and current and future TDL systems. This includes a range of support for increasing the knowledge base and understanding of: Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Information, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) environment; C2P environment; CDLMS; TDL simulation and interoperability testing; corrective maintenance of operating system; and tactical data system application software.   1.7 Background  1.7.1 SSC Pacific performs as the Technical Development Agent and the Software Life Cycle Support Agent for FMS TDL. Other systems include the Joint Service

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release meetings to completion of the product/project release.  f. Manage process, product, and configuration for product release through out the life cycle.  g. Provide support for the trouble call maintenance system, inventory, receiving, shipping, and production.  h. Perform customer technical support.  i. Provide support for Quality Assurance activities.   1.6 Other support for Tactical Systems Integration and Interoperability involving FMS efforts and current and future TDL systems. This includes a range of support for increasing the knowledge base and understanding of: Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Information, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) environment; C2P environment; CDLMS; TDL simulation and interoperability testing; corrective

 

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Program (TMMP) 21. SPAWARINST 4160.3B Procedures and Responsibilities for Technical Manual Management Operations and Lifecycle Support 22. SPAWARINST 4105.1   Conduct of Logistics Assessment and Certification for Acquisition Programs and Systems. 23. SPAWARINST 4105.2   Integrated Logistics Support Certification Process for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and  Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Systems. 24. SSC- PAC CMATT Input Tool Users Guide, SPAWAR Systems Centers San Diego, Codes 2651/2652. 25. OPNAVINST 1500.76A Navy Training System Requirements, Acquisitions, and Management 26. ASME Y14.100 Engineering Drawing Practices    Document Number Title Section C‐ Procurement Sensitive   Page 5  27. MIL-DTL-24784B (SH) Manuals

 

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Manual Management Program (TMMP) 21. SPAWARINST 4160.3B Procedures and Responsibilities for Technical Manual Management Operations and Lifecycle Support 22. SPAWARINST 4105.1   Conduct of Logistics Assessment and Certification for Acquisition Programs and Systems. 23. SPAWARINST 4105.2   Integrated Logistics Support Certification Process for Command, Control, Communications,  Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Systems. 24. SSC- PAC CMATT Input Tool Users Guide, SPAWAR Systems Centers San Diego, Codes 2651/2652. 25. OPNAVINST 1500.76A Navy Training System Requirements, Acquisitions, and Management 26. ASME Y14.100 Engineering Drawing Practices   Page 5    Document Number Title 27. MIL-DTL-24784B (SH) Manuals, Technical: General

 

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technical support.  i. Provide support for Quality Assurance activities.   1.6 Other support for Tactical Systems Integration and Interoperability involving FMS efforts and current and future TDL systems. This includes a range of support for increasing the knowledge base and understanding of: Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Information, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) environment; C2P environment; CDLMS; TDL simulation and interoperability testing; corrective maintenance of operating system; and tactical data system application software.   1.7 Background  1.7.1 SSC Pacific performs as the Technical Development Agent and the Software Life Cycle Support Agent for FMS TDL. Other systems include the Joint Service

 

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Manual Management Program (TMMP) 21. SPAWARINST 4160.3B Procedures and Responsibilities for Technical Manual Management Operations and Lifecycle Support 22. SPAWARINST 4105.1   Conduct of Logistics Assessment and Certification for Acquisition Programs and Systems. 23. SPAWARINST 4105.2   Integrated Logistics Support Certification Process for Command, Control, Communications,  Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Systems. 24. SSC- PAC CMATT Input Tool Users Guide, SPAWAR Systems Centers San Diego, Codes 2651/2652. 25. OPNAVINST 1500.76A Navy Training System Requirements, Acquisitions, and Management 26. ASME Y14.100 Engineering Drawing Practices   Page 5    Document Number Title 27. MIL-DTL-24784B (SH) Manuals, Technical: General

 

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RFP Date: April 2014 (Deltek Estimate)
Award Date: March 2015 (Deltek Estimate)
Primary
Requirement:
IT Professional Services
Summary:
The Army Materiel Command (AMC), Communications-Electronics Command's (CECOM) has a
continuing requirement for Strategic Services Sourcing 2nd Generation (S32G) services to
support Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
(
C4ISR) customers at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.  
The requirements for contractor-provided complete life cycle services include: engineering (system and
software engineering), logistics and business operations support for Command, Control, Communications,
Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR), Joint, and other agency customers.  
These services may be performed in conjunction with all new and existing family of systems, business
systems, information systems, communication systems, weapon systems, and platforms,.
What You Need to Know:
 The contracting office confirmed that the third option year was exercised in March 2013

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the follow-on will be made 12 to 18 months prior
to the end of the current S3 contracts, to enable a smooth transition of all ongoing efforts; therefore,
Deltek estimates the solicitation to be released in April 2014.
 This contract is only available to Army customers within the
C4ISR community.  
 Multiple IDIQ contracts were previously awarded for this requirement with a certain number of awards
reserved for small businesses; Deltek expects this acquisition to be similar.
 The period of performance for the existing contracts is 10 years, which included a 5 year base and 5 x 1

 

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Program (TMMP)
21. SPAWARINST 4160.3B
Procedures and Responsibilities for Technical
Manual Management Operations and Lifecycle
Support
22. SPAWARINST 4105.1  
Conduct of Logistics Assessment and Certification
for Acquisition Programs and Systems.
23. SPAWARINST 4105.2  
Integrated Logistics Support Certification Process
for Command, Control, Communications,
Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and
Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) Systems.
24. SSC- PAC
CMATT Input Tool Users Guide, SPAWAR
Systems Centers San Diego, Codes 2651/2652.
25. OPNAVINST 1500.76A
Navy Training System Requirements, Acquisitions,
and Management
26. ASME Y14.100 Engineering Drawing Practices
 Page 5
  Document Number Title
27. MIL-DTL-24784B (SH)
Manuals, Technical: General Acquisition and

 

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Tobyhanna maintains the minimum necessary storage and
warehousing functions and associated inventory management for depot level repairables (DLR) and
consumable repair parts to support the production lines at the maintenance center.  TYAD is the
Army Center of Industrial and Technical Excellence for Command, Control, Communications,
Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) and Electronics, Avionics, and
Missile Guidance and Control.
ATTACHMENT J.1.(a)1
SP3300-10-R-0035
C-2
B. Materials handled include but are not limited to consumables such as common hardware (e.g., wire,
cables, screws, bolts, and tires); electrostatic discharge sensitive (ESDS) items; DLRs, and secondary
item

 

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functional expertise.  The
Contractor shall have expertise in the English language and the use of ADP equipment and numerous software
packages, as to prepare briefing materials and writing of technical papers.  Contractor personnel will also meet the
following requirement areas:      
 
• Working knowledge of programming and budget process
• Working knowledge of
C4ISR operations and equipment
• Experience as a training developer or combat developer
• Working knowledge of FM 3.0 and FM 3.100-40
• Working knowledge of TRADOC Regulation 350-70, System Approach to Training Management,
Processes and Products, March 1999
• Working knowledge of DA Pamphlet 350-38, Standards in Weapons Training

 

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7/07
Q Information about the contract: The Air Force’s Engineering and
Technology Acquisition Support Services (ETASS) vehicle will provide
systems integration, specialty engineering, and technical support for the
acquisition, integration, sustainment, continued evolution, operations and
field support of ESC Command, Control, Communications, and Computers,
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR). ETASS is a single-
award ID/IQ contract valued at $480M (vs. original expectations for $760M),
whose term includes one base year and two option years.
Q Status of the award process: The Air Force held an industry day for this
contract in January 2006, which indicated the draft RFP

 

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the
OPTARSS II documents the Knox Spoke Calendar referenced as Attachment 1 in Paragraph 3d?
W911SE-08-R-0020
0004
Page 9 of 14

 
 
A40.  Yes

Q41.  Subject:  Mobile Training Teams
Reference:  Scenario #1 (Ft. Knox), Page 2, Paragraph 3h.  Question: This paragraph refers to MTTs supporting
individual and collective
C4ISR collective training for III Corps units or units attached to III Corps.  Is this reference
to III Corps a typo for the Fort Knox based work, as this wording is a verbatim copy of the language found in the
Unrestricted Suite Fort Hood Task Order ( #2)?

A41.  No, Knox BCTC

 

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the
OPTARSS II documents the Knox Spoke Calendar referenced as Attachment 1 in Paragraph 3d?
W911SE-08-R-0020
0004
Page 9 of 14

 
 
A40.  Yes

Q41.  Subject:  Mobile Training Teams
Reference:  Scenario #1 (Ft. Knox), Page 2, Paragraph 3h.  Question: This paragraph refers to MTTs supporting
individual and collective
C4ISR collective training for III Corps units or units attached to III Corps.  Is this reference
to III Corps a typo for the Fort Knox based work, as this wording is a verbatim copy of the language found in the
Unrestricted Suite Fort Hood Task Order ( #2)?

A41.  No, Knox BCTC

 

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services shall provide support for design,
development, utilization, and other activities for assets, processes, and systems improved by or related to engineering and
technology.

The support services to be provided under this domain include, but are not limited to the following:
o Acquisition plans support
o Alternatives analyses support
o
C4ISR engineering support
o Change Control plans support
o Communications & Public Affairs support
o Configuration Management support
o Contingency Planning support

5

o Engineering services, to include Process and Safety Engineering  
o Enterprise Architecture and program planning support
o External coordination support
o FOIA Support
o Information System (IS) development, Information

 

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wide range of IT services.  Our
offerings include managed IT services, network design, asset management, infrastructure management,
systems integration and modernization, data center management, hardware and software maintenance, and
help desk support.  We deliver full life-cycle solutions that meet mission, enterprise and infrastructure
needs in information systems and services;
C4ISR; strategic security; engineering and science; training
and simulation; base and range operations; and enterprise IT solutions and products.  
17.  Northrop Grumman Labor Categories and Job Descriptions
Northrop Grumman has structured the GSA Information Technology Schedule labor categories to provide
clients with the flexibility to acquire the specific skills, education, and

 

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while analyzing intelligence information through research and assessment to determine adversarial
actions and intentions. Specialized expertise in all-source and fusion analysis as well as drafting and
disseminating long-term and time-sensitive intelligence reports to consumers worldwide.  Integral part of
the U.S. Intelligence Community with direct involvement in
C4ISR workings related to the Air Force
Distributed Common Ground System (AF DCGS) weapon system. Currently providing field expertise to
concepts directly addressing warfighter and COCOM needs and challenges.
Education/Training: Bachelors Degree from an accredited university, Analyst’s Notebook Training
Course, Joint Training Counter-IED Operations Integrations, Advanced Network Analysis

 

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while analyzing intelligence information through research and assessment to determine adversarial
actions and intentions. Specialized expertise in all-source and fusion analysis as well as drafting and
disseminating long-term and time-sensitive intelligence reports to consumers worldwide.  Integral part of
the U.S. Intelligence Community with direct involvement in
C4ISR workings related to the Air Force
Distributed Common Ground System (AF DCGS) weapon system. Currently providing field expertise to
concepts directly addressing warfighter and COCOM needs and challenges.
Education/Training: Bachelors Degree from an accredited university, Analyst’s Notebook Training
Course, Joint Training Counter-IED Operations Integrations, Advanced Network Analysis

 

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Personnel Category:  (* Indicates Key Personnel)
1.  *SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT (SME) 3:
Education:  Completion of Navy “C” School or equivalent training and fifteen (15) years experience in the specific system or its predecessor.
Experience:  Twelve (12) years of hands-on experience on the operations, analysis, test, installation or maintenance on th
C4ISR system he/she manages.  Must have demonstrated leadership of the successful management and execution of production efforts similar in complexity and scope to those described in the SOW.    
Specific Experience;  At least five (5) years of the aforementioned experience shall be in providing guidance and direction of tasks similar to those listed in the SOW for
C4ISR systems. Must have at least four (4) years of the last five (5) years of demonstrated experience in supervising, directing, reviewing and coordinating work performed by other contractor staff while maintaining effective liaison with Government technical and contracting personnel. Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and DoD procurement policies and

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at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronics/ Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Physics. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.
Progressive Experience:  Must have at least ten (10) years experience in highly complex design, modification, and evaluation of an electronic apparatus, components, or circuitry for use in
C4ISR electronic equipment and devices.  
Specific Experience:  Must have fiver (5) of the last six (6) years experience must be associated with research equipment and material vendors and make recommendations for the Common Products Catalog.  Requires experience in analyzing equipment to establish operating data and conducting experimental tests.   In addition shall

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determining technical objectives.


2.b  *Senior Systems Engineer:
Education: Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronics/ Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Physics. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.
Progressive Experience:  Must have at least ten (10) years experience in engineering, integration and test of
C4ISR systems and sub-systems, hardware and software interfaces.
Specific Experience: Must have fiver (5) of the last six (6) years experience shall be in performing quality assurance testing, at least five years shall be in developing cost effective test procedures, and at least five years performing research and analysis for

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Engineer
Education:  Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, or in a related engineering discipline. An advanced degree in engineering is desirable.
Progressive Experience:  Six (6) years of experience in developing and reviewing design drawings and specifications for mechanical systems used to house or transport
C4ISR equipment and devices.
Specific Experience: At least three years experience in providing engineering design solutions to harden COTS products and performing shock hardening testing and other environmental testing.  


4.  *ENGINEER/SCIENTIST 2:
Education:Must have at least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering, or in a related engineering

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configuration management (CM).  Shall have experience in the development, production, and test & evaluation of computer systems.
Specific Experience:  Shall have at least five (5) of last six (6) years of experience associated with configuration management duties associated with the testing, auditing, and software/hardware/documentation change management duties related to
C4ISR system/subsystems, specifically in the areas of command, control, communication, and computers.  


5.b *Senior Scheduler / Earned Value Analyst (EVA)
Education:  Shall have at least a Bachelor of Arts/Science in Business Administration/Mathematics/Computer Science/Information Systems from an accredited College or University. In addition shall be certified in Primavera Earned Value Management Tools.  An advanced degree is desirable.
Progressive Experience:  Shall have at least six (6) years managing production projects of
C4ISR shipboard or shore systems.
Specific Experience At least three (3) years of that experience shall be in the development of schedules and the tracking of earned value results.  


6.  *MANAGEMENT ANALYST  2:
Education:  Shall have at least a Bachelor of Arts/Science in Business Administration/Mathematics/Computer Science/Information Systems from an accredited College or University.  .
Experience:  Two (2) years of experience associated with configuration management duties associated with the testing, auditing, and software/hardware/documentation change management duties related to
C4ISR system/subsystems, specifically in the areas of command, control, communication, and computers.  


7.    *LOGISTICIAN 4:  
Education:  Bachelor degree plus individual shall possess a Professional certification – i.e., Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certified in Lifecycle [Acquisition] Logistics – Level 2 or has equivalent logistics training (resume to specify all equivalent

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in direct support of defense life-cycle logistics.  
Progressive Experience:  Ten (10) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 13 years if not DAWIA Level 2 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes.  
Specific Experience: Shall have six (6) years support of  
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated management skills, to include: Analyzing Contracts, Analyzing System Design Specifications, Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines. Experience supervising Logistics Specialists.


8.  *LOGISTICIAN 3:  
Education:  Bachelor degree plus individual shall possess a Professional certification – i.e., Defense Acquisition

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cycle logistics.
Progressive Experience:  Six (6) years experience in defense life-cycle (acquisition) logistics support (or 8 years if not DAWIA Level 1 certified) of electronic systems, to include: logistics management, principles, practices, and processes.  
Specific Experience:  Of the required 6 years, individual shall have four (4) years support of
C4ISR systems. Demonstrated skills, to include: Analyzing Engineering/Systems Management Data, Developing Logistics Plans and Procedures, and Developing Logistics Management Plans and Guidelines.  


9.  *TECHNICAL WRITER/EDITOR 2:  
Education:  BA degree in English, Journalism, or Technical Writing.
Experience:  Five (5) years of experience in writing technical documentation, procedures and guidelines for
C4ISR systems or equipment.  


SCA Categories:

10.  ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN VI (SCA 30086:
Education:  Associate Degree in Engineering Technology, or formal electronics training from: Technical School, or Class A or B military school in electronics or communications.
Progressive Experience: Must have at least sixteen (16) appropriate experience in the maintenance, troubleshooting, or

 

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and business development in defense industry.  Expert in evaluation and analyzing for maximum efficiencies defense projects.  
Expertise includes:

ՕManaging Human CapitalDeveloping and Managing Budgets
ՕDeveloping Sales StrategiesDeveloping Capture Plans
ՕStrategic Planning Clearances, Top Secret/SCI, CI Polygraph (Jul 2006)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SARNOFF CORPORATION, Arlington, VA                                                                                  2008-2009

Business Development Manager-
C4ISR Systems
Relationships with DoD customers in the
C4ISR market to understand their issues, needs, budgets, and develop key relationships; position Sarnoff as a key player in current and future market.

ՕLed competitive assessments, business acquisition process, and proposal reviews, recommend strategic investment options, identify opportunities for partnership.  
Collaborate with current and prospective customers to understand mission needs articulate

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Range Plans Division (Pentagon)                               2002-2003

Performed strategic planning activities and task management in support of improved strategic planning.  Integrated the use of research and development studies and operational research reports to support strategic goals and vision development.  

ՕLed cross-functional team to review and plan appropriately for Air Force
C4ISR force structure and capabilities envisioned for CY2015 - 2025.  Leadership fostered a responsive, high-performance culture.
Co-authored Air Force strategic directive providing key financial planning priorities for capabilities investment in 2006-2018, setting the foundation for future AF weapon systems.
ՕPrepare Air Force Senior Staff appropriately prior to their Congressional

 

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for the Department of Defense, Homeland Security and Intel communities. Experience ranges from engineering team leadership as Chief Engineer thru Vice President, Business Development responsible for an $85M Government Services enterprise. Duties include program management; capture management; proposal leadership, and the development / deployment and life cycle management of compute intensive C4ISR, C2 systems, GIS, M&S, SOA and storage intensive products and programs.  

Education

BS - Electrical Engineering, Mathematics Minor - University of Maryland, College Park, MD
15 Hours, Post Graduate Study, MS - Electrical Engineering - University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Major Areas of Performance

Business Development within the Defense, Intelligence, Aerospace and

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DIA, DISA, INSCOM, STRATCOM, CECOM, NGA, NRO, SOCOM, DHS, OIA, OIP, CIA, FBI, NSA, NASA, NOAA, HHS, CMS, DOT, FAA, etc..).
ՕResponsible for all Competitive Bid Activity for SGIS, ProLogic, EMC Software, ICS and Recognition Concepts.
Systems architectures, focusing on hardware, software, data acquisition, signal processing and storage subsystems supporting
C4ISR, NOIR, SONAR, RADAR, and Imaging Processing of DoD, NGA, NRO, NOAA and NASA strategic platforms.  
ՕSystems integration supporting Signal Processing subsystems, Storage Area Networks, COOP, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Sensor and Sensor Systems, Software Development and associated processes.  
Systems Engineering and Program Management
ՕActive TS/SCI clearance, 6/30/07.


Work

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TS, TS/SCI,CI, Poly, etc..)  Major programs currently underway at US Army, Navy, USMC, CECOM, USAF, PM DCATS, SPAWAR, NGA, NSA, FBI, SPAWAR, DHS, OIA, OIP, CIA, DISA, DIA, INSCOM, SOUTHCOM, SOCOM involving the following disciplines:
Counterintelligence Threat Analysis  
ՕCyber Security and Information Assurance
Intelligence Collection Analysis  
ՕCollection Management  
C4ISR, C2 Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
ՕTargeting Support & Expertise  
All-Source, HUMINT, SIGINT, ELINT Analysis  
ՕLife-Cycle Data Analysis and Technology Support  
Geographic Information Systems Development  
ՕGlobal Operational Support  
Desk Officer Support  
Օ24/7 Watch Services

SGIS currently has 14 offices, supported by my efforts, throughout the United States, with corporate

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2 on Washington Technology's 2007 Fast 50 list of the Fastest-Growing Government IT Companies.  


09/2005 - 02/2008     ProLogic Inc.      Manassas, VA
Director, Business Development
Responsible for new program activities, capture management, business development, staffing and project technical/management oversight. Specific program responsibilities include developing sensor modeling & simulation,
C4ISR, situational awareness, mission planning applications, decision support software, critical infrastructure protection, UAV, IR and visible sensor characterization, radar, tactical communications, battlefield forensics and Geo-Spatial applications as they relate to Weather, LiDAR, and in support of DCGS, TBMCS, and Space surveillance systems. Investigation into various sensor and SA data formats

 

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and smart displays, rugged handheld computers and workstations, rugged rack systems and logistic support products and services.
 Established integrated vehicle network product SiVAN for Net Centric Vehicle Systems
Օ  Organized and established cross division team for integrated vehicle systems    
 Established Teaming with Oshkosh Truck for JLTV, MRAP and HEMTT for
C4ISR 
Օ  Acquired Congressional funding/executed successful Port Security Demonstration  
 Outlined and negotiated partnership with Apple Computer for Software development

Executive Vice President/General Manager
L-3 Communications/Digital Broadband              Cupertino, CA 1999 - 2002

Full spectrum test and measurement for software based radios and signal processing firmware and software, a division

 

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systems security for UNIX and Windows-based Operating Systems.  Provides written analysis of results and authors accreditation documentation (SSAAs and risk analyses).  Also responsible for assisting Customer proceed through their business and system modernization processes under the Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) and Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF formerly C4ISR).  

Accomplishments
Submitted the unclassified LAN and several program of record (POR) application's System Security Authorization Agreements (SSAA) for approval to operate (ATO)/ certificate to operate (CTO) under budget and well within the time constraints, while ensuring the highest technical and aesthetic quality.  Authored and developed various security document templates

 

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Computer literate on military and Commercial supply chains, well organized, knowledgeable with spreadsheets for internal use and government Audits, Great Attention to Details, Highly reliable self starter, High level satisfaction during focus efforts. Planning, directing, evaluating, managing, & coordinating life cycle logistics support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems/equipment, integrating separate function of supply, maintenance, procurement, & quality assurance into logistics activities. You will develop & adjust Program Management Plans (PMPs) & schedules; analyzes situations, troubleshoot, identify routine and/or complex problems, causes, & initiate solution. Develop, analyze, & maintain management information & reports; update Statements of Work (SOW), Contract Data requirements Lists

 

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services, ammunition supply and surveillance.
•  Provided assistance and technical support in the strategic planning, coordinating and execution of Installation and unit logistic actions.
•  Managed the directorates standard Army logistics management automated information systems to include implementation, training, and sustainment.
•  Facilitated the Installations BRAC movements to include the arrival of team
C4ISR from Fort Monmouth NJ and the departure of the Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School to Fort Lee Va.
•  Represented the DOL and Garrison at various Installation and Unit meetings concerning logistics operations.
•  Had supervisory responsibilities for the Division.


USAG, Fort Monmouth, NJ  
Supervisory Supply Management Specialist, YC-2003-02

Apr 2005

 

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Special Access Support includes programs that interact with one or more Special Access Required and Special Access Program (SAR/SAP) set of classified DoD and Director of National Intelligence (DNI) programs that enhance combat and intelligence capabilities.

1.3.1.3  Command, Control, Computer, Communications, and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (
C4ISR) Support includes developments of concepts relating to enhancements to warfighter C4ISR.

1.3.1.4  Kinetic Effects includes weapons system enhancement to the Combat Air Forces (CAF) and Special Operations Forces (SOF).

1.3.1.5  Commercial Integration includes identifying commercial operational and logistics concepts and rapidly measuring potential to advance AF distinctive capabilities, modeling, wargaming, exercises and operational demonstrations.

1

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and integration of space capabilities and emerging space applications into national and theater architectures to transform space support to the warfighters.  SIDC/ID facilitates the transition of space capabilities, emerging concepts, technologies, and processes into operational environments.  SIDC/ID leverages information technology and innovative concepts to enhance an interoperable joint C4ISR architecture and SSA.  The SIDC/ID is also responsible for development, operations/planning, and sustainment efforts of demonstrations, tests, special event assessments, and real world contingency operations of innovative space capabilities and space modeling/simulation (M&S) tools and Space Crew Mission Simulators, to enable military personnel to participate in

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AFSPC/CC
Air Force Space Command/Commander
AFWAY
Air Force Way
AIS
Automated Information System
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
AOC
Air Operation Center
ASOPS
Advanced Space Operations School
ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
BAA
Broad Agency Announcements
BECO
Base Equipment Control Office
C&A
Certification & Accreditation
C2
Command and Control
C4ISR
Command, Control, Computer, Communications, and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
CAF
Combat Air Forces
CAOC
Combined Air Operations Centers
CC
Commander
CDRL
Contract Data Requirements List
CD-ROM
Compact Disc-Read Only Memory
CFR
Code of Federal Regulation
CIA
Central Intelligence Agency
CLIN
Contractor Line Identification Number
CMST
Computer Maintenance Support

 

1511.docx.ptl

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With our fully integrated team, which consists of the prime (BAE Systems) and 13 subcontractors, we support MCOTEA in performing OT&E of all Acquisition Category (ACAT) I through IV programs in the areas of: Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR); Ground Combat; Combat Service Support; and Expeditionary Test (including naval testing of Marine Corps specific requirements).  In addition to formal Initial OT&E (IOT&E), Team BAE Systems also supports Operational Test participation in Combined Developmental Test/Operational Test (DT/OT), Multi-Service Operational Test and Evaluation (MOT&E), and

 

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maintaining an office at 8283 Greensboro Drive, Hamilton Building; McLean, VA 22102.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Booz Allen’s contracts in Zone 2 cover the full spectrum of Functional Areas except 3.10, 3.12, and 3.14, and are listed in detail  
AIL:
Threat Defense

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office at Suite 140, 1615 Murray Canyon Road; San Diego, CA 92108.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Functional Areas covered by Booz Allen contracts in Zone 6 are 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3

 

Volume I - All Sections Seaport e[1].docx

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maintaining an office at 8283 Greensboro Drive, Hamilton Building; McLean, VA 22102.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Booz Allen’s contracts in Zone 2 cover the full spectrum of Functional Areas except 3.10, 3.12, and 3.14; contracts covering these areas are listed in detail

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office at Suite 140, 1615 Murray Canyon Road; San Diego, CA 92108.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Functional Areas covered by Booz Allen contracts in Zone 6 are 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3

 

Volume I - All Sections.docx

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maintaining an office at 8283 Greensboro Drive, Hamilton Building; McLean, VA 22102.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Booz Allen’s contracts in Zone 2 cover the full spectrum of Functional Areas except 3.10, 3.12, and 3.14; contracts covering these areas are listed in detail

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office at Suite 140, 1615 Murray Canyon Road; San Diego, CA 92108.  Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years. We currently provide support to nearly every organization in the Department.  Our support is broad -- from developing enterprise-wide strategies to C4ISR systems engineering and deployment to maritime logistics -- Booz Allen considers the Navy one of the cornerstones of its Federal business.  Functional Areas covered by Booz Allen contracts in Zone 6 are 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3

 

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of the MiDAESS acquisition.  It has been presented numerous times by MDA briefers, and for good reason.  It helps to depict the complexity of the mission in time and space.  What we don’t see on this chart are the myriad communications and electronic connectivity that enable the system - the C4ISR.  Each communications network and each digital connection is under threat of attack, as well.  Information Security and the Intelligence to support the mission is what we’re about in Capability Group 6.  In order for the functional areas to be successful, they must have secure systems and tools.  Our past

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Huntsville, AL, is an independently owned small business that provides planning; research and analysis; and engineering and information technology products, services and solutions to U.S. Armed Forces, Federal Government, and industry customers.  Expertise includes: Air, Space and Missile Defense, Space Systems Integration and Space Control, Systems Engineering and Integration, C4ISR, Test and Evaluation, Training & Exercise Support, Modeling and Simulation.
Will Technology
WTI is a certified 8a, woman-owned, Native American, Small Disadvantaged Business headquartered in Huntsville.  WTI’s expertise lies in: systems integration, program/task order management, access control, classified waste management, office automation, logistics and technical support services.  WTI

 

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that provides planning; research and analysis; and engineering and information technology products, services and solutions to U.S. Armed Forces, Federal Government, and industry customers.
Quantum’s areas of expertise include:
•  Air, Space and Missile Defense  
•  Space Systems Integration and Space Control  
•  Transformation and Force Modernization  
•  Systems Engineering and Integration  
•  
C4ISR 
•  Test and Evaluation  
•  Training & Exercise Support  
•  Information Assurance
•  Survivability Analysis and Assessment  
•  Modeling and Simulation  
•  Programmatics  
•  Business Process Re-engineering  
•  Architecture Development and Analysis  
•  First Response Systems  
•  Logistics
Will Technology, Inc. Will Technology, INC (WTI) is a Native American owned, (8a), small business headquarter in Huntsville, AL. WTI specializes in

 

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providing DHS the best technical and cost effective support in accordance with the Prime Contractor’s proposal to the solicitation and in accordance with client preference.

Effort by the subcontractor may be required for TABSS tasks in the following SOW areas:  
o  Acquisition plans support  
o  Alternatives analyses support  
o  
C4ISR engineering support  
o  Change Control plans support  
o  Communications & Public Affairs support  
o  Configuration Management support  
o  Contingency Planning support
o  Engineering services, to include Process and Safety Engineering  
o  Enterprise Architecture and program planning support  
o  External coordination support  
o  FOIA Support  
o  Information System (IS) development, Information Assurance

 

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providing DHS the best technical and cost effective support in accordance with the Prime Contractor’s proposal to the solicitation and in accordance with client preference.

Effort by the subcontractor may be required for TABSS tasks in the following SOW areas:  
o  Acquisition plans support  
o  Alternatives analyses support  
o  
C4ISR engineering support  
o  Change Control plans support  
o  Communications & Public Affairs support  
o  Configuration Management support  
o  Contingency Planning support
o  Engineering services, to include Process and Safety Engineering  
o  Enterprise Architecture and program planning support  
o  External coordination support  
o  FOIA Support  
o  Information System (IS) development, Information Assurance

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