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									         STATEMENT OF WORK

                     FOR

 TURKEY BASE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT

    APPENDIX J3 – CIVIL ENGINEERING

  ANKARA SUPPORT FACILITY (ASF) AND
OFFICE OF DEFENSE COOPERATION, TURKEY
                (ODC–T)

             31 OCTOBER 2002
          Revised: 9 Jan 03 / 1 Oct 04
              9 Mar 05 / 1 Oct 06
                   11 Oct 07
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                               Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
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                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS


 SECTION             PARA                          TITLE                                  PAGE

      I.                               Description of Services

                        1.             Program Overview                                        3
                       1.1.            Civil Engineering                                   3–5
                       1.2.            Resource Management                                 5–9
                       1.3.            Engineering                                        9 – 10
                       1.4.            Environmental                                          10
                       1.5.            Operations                                        10 – 23
                       1.6.            Housing Referral                                  23 – 25
                       1.7.            Fire Protection                                        25

     II.                               Service Delivery Summary                          26 – 27

     III.                              Government Property and Services

                        3.             General Information                                    28
                       3.1.            Government Facilities                                  28
                       3.2.            Government Equipment                                   28
                       3.3.            Government Materials                                   28
                       3.4.            Government Services                                    28

     IV.                               General Information

                       4.1.            Scope of Work                                          29
                       4.2.            Contractor Personnel                              29 – 32
                       4.3.            Quality Control                                        32
                       4.4.            Quality Assurance                                      32
                       4.5.            Physical Security                                      32
                       4.6.            Hours of Operation                                32 – 33
                       4.7.            Conservation of Utilities                              33
                       4.8.            Place of Performance                                   33
                       4.9.            Records                                                33

     V.                                Technical Exhibits (TE)

                      TE 1             Workload Estimates                                34 – 37
                      TE 2             Required Reports                                  38 – 42
                      TE 3             Custodial Services, Tasks & Frequency             43 – 47




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                                                     SECTION I

                                         DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

1. PROGRAM OVERVIEW. The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision,
and other items and services necessary to perform Civil Engineering Support Services as defined in this Statement of
Work, except as specified in Section III, Government Furnished Property and Services, at Ankara Support Facility
(ASF) and Office of Defense Cooperation, Turkey (ODC-T).

   1.1. Civil Engineering:

     1.1.1. CE Program Management: See Appendix J1.

     1.1.2. Representation: The contractor shall designate personnel to conduct or support meetings, councils,
     committees, etc., for which CE is the office of primary responsibility including, but not limited to, Facilities Board
     (FB), Space Utilization Working Group (SUWG), Work Request Review Panel (WRRP), Environmental
     Protection Committee (EPC) and Commander's Update meetings. Prepare and distribute all agendas, notes,
     minutes, and visual aids, at least five working days prior to the meeting.

     1.1.3. Organization.       Provide a functional organization chart with functional statements showing
     interrelationships. A draft chart shall be provided with the proposal (See TE 2, CDRL J301).

     1.1.4. Inspect, maintain, and operate vehicles IAW AFMAN 24-309 and AFI 24-301.

     1.1.5. The contractor shall provide all training as necessary for its employees, to include but not limited to:

           1.1.5.1.    Training Program. Provide training to employees to ensure competent performance. All sections
           shall have a training plan (program). The plan shall include a list of trade specific tasks an employee shall be
           qualified on to perform their duties. The plan shall include a list of equipment an employee shall be
           qualified on to perform their duties, (i.e., table saw, drill press, jointer, etc.). The plan shall include how
           (instructional video, supervised instruction, etc.) an employee shall be trained.

           1.1.5.2.    Safety Program. Adhere to OSHA, AFOSH, and host nation standards, whichever are more
           stringent, to ensure work practices provide a safe environment for all employees. Provide a safety plan that
           addresses safety training, safe working environment, inspection, etc. (See TE 2 CDRL J302).

                1.1.5.2.1.     Safety Training. Provide safety training including, but not limited to, respiratory
                protection, controlling exposure to hazardous materials and hazardous noise, confined spaces,
                scaffolding, personal protective equipment, hazardous energy control, mishap prevention signs, lock
                out/tag out, fire extinguisher, CPR, tools, excavation, etc.

                1.1.5.2.2.    Training Records. Maintain all training records and make the records available for
                government inspection. Training records shall be kept on all employees. The records shall include trade
                specific task, equipment, safety training, and other applicable training with start dates and completion
                dates. The records shall include information on who provided the training and the personnel that
                attended and successfully completed training.

                1.1.5.2.3.     Safe Work Environment. Provide a safe working environment for employees and ensure
                safe working practices are adhered IAW AFI 91-202, AFI 91-205, and NFPA 1404. The contractor
                shall provide a respirator protection program to include fit testing, and training in respirator use. Blood
                test results for the entomologists shall be provided to the competent government medical authority for
                evaluation as required.

     1.1.6. Develop and update procedures manuals. These manuals shall address the contractor's plan to organize,
     staff, and operate the CE requirements. Ensure the manuals provide day-to-day procedures to be followed by


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     operations and management personnel in the accomplishment of work. Submit the procedures manuals to the
     ACO for review and acceptance in three (3) copies within 60 calendar days after contract start date and in final
     form 30 calendar days after ACO acceptance. After acceptance, procedures shall become compliance documents.
     If deficiencies are found in an area of the procedures manual at any time during the contract, submit changes to
     improve procedures within 30 calendar days of notification of deficiencies. Any procedures manuals developed
     by the contractor will comply with all applicable AF publications. During the review process, if after the contract
     start date, the contractor shall still be fully responsible for functions to be performed. As a minimum, the
     procedures shall address the following items, and shall identify any different levels of support at different
     operating locations and supported sites (See TE 2, CDRL J303).

           1.1.6.1.   Program management procedures shall include: Organizational structure and functional
           statements showing interrelationships between sections and positions. Quality Control and analysis. Safety
           Program. Protection of the environment and conservation of resources. Automated Management
           Information Systems. Training Program, to include schedule. Administration, to include tracking of all
           correspondence. Update and provide TE 2 Workload Estimates as required. Special Manning for summer
           and peak workloads, vacations period, and holidays.

           1.1.6.2.   Resources Flight procedures shall include: Workload estimate (TE2) update and Section 1,
           Update and Submittal. Facility Management Program. Control and issue of keys. Closing Work Orders,
           projects, and service contracts. Updating real property records. Real Property and Lease Management
           Program. Off-base Site Management, operation and maintenance with visit schedule. Financial
           Management and Cost Accounting procedures are done by ODC-T Comptroller.

           1.1.6.3. Housing procedures shall include: Housing Referral. Furnishings management. Engineering and
           Environmental (Service provided by Incirlik):

           1.1.6.4.    Operations procedures shall include: Production Control Element. Controlling and scheduling
           work, to include processing times for all work requests and work authorization documents and all
           maintenance requests (Current AF Form 332 or other approved document). Managing the Recurring Work
           Program (RWP), to include updating and scheduling accomplishment of RWP. The RWP shall include but
           shall not be limited to heating, ventilation, air conditioning, controls and refrigeration (HVAC/R) equipment,
           power production equipment, etc. Validation and quality control of the RWP. Planning of Work Orders
           using established work performance standards or engineering performance standards, to include facility
           surveys. Planning and coordination of Direct Scheduled Work (DSW)/Work Order (WO) using established
           work performance standards or engineering performance standards to include facility surveys. Service Call
           Operation (0800-1600 hrs/five days per week). Emergency and urgent service call control and response. A
           quick response capability for emergencies. Administrative management and composition of facility folders.
           Properly accounting for labor and material cost.

           1.1.6.5.    Materiel Acquisition shall include: Materiel Control. Include time limits on ordering of supplies
           for WOs & DSWs and procedures to use when funds are not available. Appliance Account. Residue
           account to include turn in of residue items that have been on residue listing for more than one (1) year.
           Tracking type of material in residual and residual utilization. Tracking material consumption. Ordering and
           tracking of hazardous material. Reconciliation of work orders with customer services. Management and
           control of tools and shop stock.

           1.1.6.6.    Heavy Repair shall include: Maintenance of streets, sidewalks, and drainage ditches. Ground
           maintenance (all base areas to include but not limited to recreation areas, park, and athletic fields) schedules
           with map showing semi-improved and improved grounds. Maintenance of recreation areas and athletic field.
           Maintenance of street and building signs. Containment handling and clean up of oil/fuel spills, including
           including common as well as hazardous substances such as PCB and asbestos. All personnel involved in this
           shall receive the necessary training IAW OSHA regulations, USAF environmental regulations, USAF
           directives, and NFPA standards. (Performed by Incirlik)

           1.1.6.7.   Facility Maintenance: Includes corrosion control; paint and corrosion control programs IAW
           applicable law and Environmental Final Governing Standards (FGS); Pavement Marking.



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             1.1.6.8.   Mechanical System Maintenance: Includes Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning and
             Refrigeration (HVAC/R) systems; Control of ODC/S and the use of refrigerant recovery equipment;
             Calibration of deep fat fryers; Appliance Maintenance, and Plumbing; Fire suppression. (Provided by Host
             Nation Agreement).

             1.1.6.9.   Infrastructure: Grease extraction systems; Electrical and power production operation and
             maintenance to include power production equipment; Interior and Exterior Electric work and motor rewind;
             Water production and equipment maintenance to include the distribution system; Water testing; Water
             treatment procedures and equipment to meet the FGS; Cross-connection and backflow prevention. (Service
             performed by Incirlik); Fire hydrant testing and maintenance. (Service performed by Incirlik); Pest Control
             IAW applicable host nation laws and the FGS. (Service performed by Incirlik); Refuse collection and
             disposal; Alarm inspection and maintenance. (Service performed by Incirlik); Identify areas in need of Fire
             Alarm(s), prepare and forward to appropriate authority; Required surveys and testing; and Records.

             1.1.6.10. Fire Protection procedures shall include (Service performed by Incirlik): Fire Protection and
             Prevention Program; Fire Alarm Systems Installation, Inspection and Maintenance; and Fire Detection and
             Suppression Systems Inspection and Maintenance.

    1.1.7.     Civil Engineering Support: The contractor shall:

             1.1.7.1.    Correspondence. Prepare reports, correspondence files and suspense systems, including special
             reports as required. Continually update reports to reflect changing requirements and provide updates to the
             QAP as they occur. Use on all correspondence, ASF/CEC

             1.1.7.2.   Suspenses. Meet all suspenses on correspondence and reports. All suspenses originating external
             to the 39 CES must be coordinated through the 39 CES.

             1.1.7.3.    Files. Maintain administrative correspondence files and suspense system. As a minimum, the
             contractor shall maintain a central file for all correspondence to include all official correspondence.

             1.1.7.4.    Publications. Maintain a current, identifiable CE library of reference documents, forms, manuals
             and other publications to include but not limited to: (1) Federal Specifications, (2) Guide Specifications, (3)
             Military Specifications and Standards, (4) Product Catalogue Series, (5) Applicable USAF Technical Order,
             (6) NFPA Code Listings, (7) Federal Stock Listing, (8) Other publications pertinent to USAF programming,
             design, construction management, and operations and maintenance, (9) directives listed in TE3, (10)
             Engineering and Construction Technical letters, (11) Technical publications, (12) Applicable host nation
             regulations, (13) Air Force Instructions, Supplements, Regulations, etc. Maintain current data listing and
             provide to the QAP as required.

             1.1.7.5.     Government/contractor property. Ensure all records, documents and working papers provided by
             the government and generated in performing this contract become and remain government property and
             remain in place upon contract termination or completion. Separately maintain the records, reports, and files
             pertaining to the CE function accomplished by the contractor, and do not commingle with those of other
             activities that may be part of the overall contract (See TE 2, CDRL J304).

             1.1.7.6.  Support agreements. Maintain copies of any CE supported or required Host-Tenant Support
             Agreements, Interservice Support Agreements, Memorandums or Understanding, leases and any other local
             agreements. Ensure reviews are accomplished as required by the local Logistics Plans Office.

             1.1.7.7.  Policy letters. Review USAFE/CE policy letters and coordinate method of implementation with
             the 39 CES/CC. Maintain an up-to-date policy letter file.

   1.2. Resource Management. The contractor shall:

       1.2.1. Resource analysis. Provide a quarterly trend analysis of all DSW orders (delinquent, awaiting material,
       awaiting funds and awaiting man-hours), RWP and work request and PWO‟s. Evaluate man-hours used versus



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       planned and overall effectiveness of performance standards utilized and materials used versus planned and the
       use of residual materials. (Analysis performed by Incirlik)

       1.2.2.   Real Estate Management (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB)

           1.2.2.1.   Ensure Real Property Management function exercises all civil engineering responsibilities
           concerning real property acquisition, accounting, reporting, facility use, and disposal as set forth in
           applicable directives, with consideration of the NATO/SOFA, Defense and Economic Cooperation
           Agreement (DECA) and any arrangements between USAFE and host nation.

           1.2.2.2.   Establish and maintain USAF Real Property accountable records for installations maintained by
           the Real Property Accountable Officer at Incirlik AB. Establish, manage, and conduct an effective building
           manager and customer education programs. Accomplish annual physical inventories IAW AFI 32-9005.

           1.2.2.3.     Conduct an initial inventory of all Real Property Installed Equipment (RPIE), Real Property
           Similar Equipment (RPSE), and other installed equipment (regardless of replacement cost) in all facilities.
           Thereafter, accomplish a progressive three-year inventory to encompass all facilities. Accomplish an initial
           joint inventory prior to contract start date and provide to 39 CES/CC in final form 30 calendar days after
           approval. Report inventory changes during the fiscal year IAW AFI 32-9005. Insure the AF Form 1192
           reflects current characteristics of installations.

           1.2.2.4.    Control and issue keys IAW AFI 32-9005 and locally established procedures. Be responsible for
           key control and lockout response.

           1.2.2.5.    Establish and maintain the data bank for the IWIMS real property subsystem IAW IWIMS
           instruction or approved equivalent subsystem.

           1.2.2.6.    Develop and maintain facility use and disposal programs, IAW AFI 32-9002.

           1.2.2.7.    As new construction, alteration, or any other form of capitalization or disposals are recorded on
           real property records, update all applicable TEs, (for inclusion into the contract), and submit the update to the
           39 CES/CEQ (See TE 2,CDRL J305).

           1.2.2.8.  Manage and maintain copies of all leases, Host Tenant Support Agreements (HTSAs), MOUs,
           and ISSAs and ensure reviews are accomplished as required (See TE 2,CDRL J306 and J307).

           1.2.2.9.    Develop and implement a tracking and monitoring system to separately record maintenance,
           repair, and alteration cost and assure that the cumulative expenditure for alteration, improvement, and repair
           of leased facilities, except Military Family Housing, does not exceed limits identified in AFI 32-9005.
           Obtain HQ USAFE waivers to that limitation IAW current SAF/MI instructions. Maintain required records
           IAW AFI 32-9001, as supplemented. The contractor will use AF Form 1430 to record and track alterations,
           improvements, and repair costs on leased facilities.

           1.2.2.10. Assist the HQ USAFE negotiator by providing clerical help to prepare any letter, form, or
           agreements required to formalize a contract for leased facility and assist in lease/property use matters and all
           other real property actions. Translate correspondence received from the host nation and lessors and transmit
           it to the HQ USAFE negotiator's attention whenever legal action such as amendment, re-negotiation,
           enforcement of lease terms, or termination is anticipated.

           1.2.2.11. Draft, translate, and prepare documents necessary for the acquisition, administration,
           maintenance, termination and lease administration of real property. Assist in negotiations for acquisition and
           disposal of real property and follow up on all actions for administration of leases. (These documents may be
           provided by Incirlik AB.)

       1.2.3.   Financial Management (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB)




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           1.2.3.1.    General. Develop CE financial plan. Clarify budget call letter; prepare call letters to transmit to
           Civil Engineer cost centers; interface with cost center to explain and provide further guidance; collect and
           validate operational, historical and cost center financial data; consolidate and analyze cost center financial
           data; project total financial requirement for two budget years; prepare draft financial plan; brief financial
           plan and prioritize unfunded requirements and submit to base budget office the completed financial plan.
           Calculate overtime man-hours needed for work that must be accomplished on holidays. The annual financial
           plan shall be approved by the 39th CES/CC (to be submitted as CDRL J178, Appendix J1).

           1.2.3.1.    The contractor shall provide a quarterly Labor Analysis Report (See TE 2, CDRL J308) of all
           Direct Schedule Work (DSW) orders (delinquent, awaiting material, awaiting funds and awaiting man-
           hours), Recurring Work Program (RWP), work request and Work Orders (WO). Evaluate man-hours used
           versus planned and overall effectiveness of performance standards utilized and materials used versus planned
           and the use of residual materials. Provide additional briefings and studies, including visual aids, regarding
           topics of study to include recommendations for improved work accomplishment when required.

           1.2.3.2.   Quarterly, the financial advisor shall re-evaluate the shop rates to ensure they are
           accurate/acceptable. Shop rate calculations shall be available for review by the QAP. The elements used for
           verifying shop rates shall be U.S. labor cost, TN labor cost, material costs, vehicle costs, and overhead costs.

           1.2.3.3.    Acquire materials and supplies on behalf of the government only if a firm due-out for items still
           exists upon the required delivery date, and work stoppage will result. Acquire only enough materials and
           supplies to satisfy the immediate requirements.

       1.2.4.   Manage CE Budget (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB)

           1.2.4.1.    Maintain Status of Funds. Monitor current and cumulative accounting and finance cost and
           supply listings for CE expenditures. Compare expenditures against remaining funds in CE budget EEIC.
           Compare reimbursable expenditures against remaining funds. Provide reports for all reimbursement costs,
           e.g., DoDDS, etc. (See TE 2 CDRL J309 ).

           1.2.4.2.   Analyze Allocation. Analyze financial allocation to budget to determine if additional funds are
           required and advise BCE and responsible center personnel of funds status on a weekly basis.

           1.2.4.3.    Prepare Impact Statement. Prepare impact statement to obtain additional funds for allocation to
           budget or justify unfunded requirements.

           1.2.4.4.    Review and Recommend Fund Expenditure. Review requests and funding actions, determine if
           funds are available and recommend authorization for request.

           1.2.4.5.    Review and recommend TDY, personnel action and overtime.

           1.2.4.6.   Prepare Funding Documents. Certify funding availability, prepare documents and obtain
           signatures from appropriate Government officials.     Prepare DD Forms 448 and 448-2, Military
           Interdepartmental Purchase Request and AF Form 616, Fund Cite Authorization..

           1.2.4.7.     Prepare for and attend meetings. Gather data, prepare status briefing and recommend alternatives
           if funds are not available during FWG/FMB, and Commander‟s briefings.

           1.2.4.8.     Monitor Supply Fund. Load targets in supply system through budget office and review computer
           listing to ensure funds are available and funds are issued to the correct account.

           1.2.4.9.    Maintain, update and conduct Cost Center Manager training.

     1.2.5.    Manage Contract Funding (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor shall
     prepare letter or message requesting fund for contract, which cannot be approved at base level. Prepare AF Form
     9, Request for Purchase and route through the 39 CES/CC to Accounting and Finance. Maintain tracking log.
     Maintain Manual and IWIMS/ACES log. Prepare and maintain work order data. Open work order master record


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     in IWIMS and file copy of IWIMS/ACES 327 in work order folders, process change order and update appropriate
     records in IWIMS/ACES. Close work order when final payment made, file the completed work order cost report
     in WO folder and send complete WO folder to Real Estate for capitalization.

     1.2.6.     Manage Financial Distributions (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor
     shall monitor BCE Material Transaction List, PCN: SF144-446. Review list for large expenditures, obvious
     errors, and accurate clearing of reject transactions. Take required corrective action. Monitor BCE Integrated
     Transaction List, PCN: SF100-467, and the Accounting & Finance Office (AFO) Extract List. Ensure
     transactions also appear on the BCE Integrated Transactions List. Research errors, take corrective action, and
     annotate correction on BCE Integrated Transaction List. Develop Schedule of Reimbursement and Refund, PCN:
     SF100–451 (See TE 2, CDRL J310). Confer with appropriate personnel before the beginning of each fiscal year to
     determine potential reimbursable activities. Update Reimbursable Funds and Refundable Customer File by adding
     or deleting customer. Review support agreements to determine if and how required support will impact funds.

     1.2.7.    Develop Files. (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor shall establish and
     maintain files for non-government individual customer, non-appropriated fund activities and government activities
     requiring manual development of reimbursable charge by accumulating meter reading and engineering estimates in
     customer files. Audit Refund and Reimbursement Listing for errors and submit to the AFO for collection of actual
     cost. Prepare Estimates and Actual for Utility Contracts to include validation of invoices for any installation on
     the RPAO‟s account. Prepare Utilities Estimates and Actual Expense for reimbursable customer and forward to
     AFO on monthly basis (e.g., electricity, water, sewer, heat and refuse collection). Prepare estimates for utility and
     other services (e.g., rent and fire insurance) for non–reimbursable customers on monthly, quarterly and yearly
     basis. Prepare and issue request to Non-BCE activity for man-hours, personnel cost and vehicle cost consumed in
     support of CE function and then compute charge, prepare data, and forward to the AFO.

       1.2.8.   Manage and Conduct Audits (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor shall:

           1.2.8.1.   Verify accuracy of data on audit reports and make corrections through IWIMS/ACES and
           manually (e.g., correct reports and forward to the AFO or analyze and correct shop-rate). Audit BCE Current
           Month Cost Report, PCN: SF 100-461, and Civil Engineering Cost Report, PCN: SF100-455, or RCS:
           HAF-LEE (SA) 7101, Civil Engineering Cost Report, issued in lieu of the PCN: SF100-455. Audit MFH
           Allotment Ledger/Status of Funds Report and Operating Budget Ledger by Program Element Code; Audit
           Cost Center Summary, PCN: SF100-474, and Category Summary, PCN: SF100-475. Audit Open Document
           Listing

           1.2.8.2.    Create new Shop Rate when required by HQ USAFE/CERF.

           1.2.8.3.   Provide data to AFO for Appropriated Fund support to Morale, Welfare, Recreation Activities.
           Obtain data from utility engineers for actual meter readings and estimate for non-meter facilities. Prorate cost
           to MWR, using unit cost factor on monthly basis.

           1.2.8.4.     Verify utility bills to insure payments reflect actual consumption and costs. Provide analysis of
           utility records to include conservation and cost reduction recommendations to HQ USAFE/CERF.

     1.2.9.    Maintain Data Files (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor shall prepare,
     input and update computer data files such as; 1) CST Account Files, 2) Shop and Cost Center Working Logistic
     File, 3) Reimbursable/Refundable Files, 4) Customer Files, 5) Shop Rate Analysis History Tape, 6) Work Order
     Master and Work Order Shop Files, 7) Cost Account Reference Files, 8) Multi-Facility Files.

           1.2.9.1.    Report Half-Yearly Data. Gather Account Code quantity data. Validate, summarize, compute
           unit cost, and report to MAJCOM for MFH and O&M funds status. Forward all bills to accounting and
           finance for payments within applicable time limits. Insure all payments are recorded in the correct RC/CL,
           EEIC and PE.

      1.2.10.   Automated Data Processing (ADP) Systems (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB)
      The contractor shall:



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           1.2.10.1. Operate the IWIMS, and/or ACES and LAN systems and their associated subsystems to include,
           but not limited to, Job/Work order, PCMS, PDC, IWIMS-ES, RWP, etc.

           1.2.10.2. Control and monitor IWIMS and/or ACES and small computers provided to the contractor & 39
           CES personnel. Develop and implement data processing procedures and programs which improve and
           enhance computer systems processing. Analyze and resolve system problems and, where appropriate,
           coordinate with design agency personnel and/or users to effect both "quick-fix" and long range resolutions.
           Train contractor and 39 CES personnel on the use of IWIMS and/or ACES and software packages.

           1.2.10.3. Perform regular system backups to ensure adequate protection of data IAW applicable AF, DoD,
           and USAFE directives. Perform system control and tape library functions to include: degauss and clean
           tapes; locate and store media; reorganize files as necessary; inform OPR of input data errors; and schedule
           due-in or due-out machine workloads. Ensure backup data is archived for a period of five years. Accomplish
           backups daily, weekly, monthly, semiannually, and annually.

           1.2.10.4. Be responsible for system management. System management includes, but is not limited to, the
           following areas: conducting ADPE inventories, system security, ensuring safety and development,
           maintaining supply levels, and inspecting equipment. Coordinate repair of ADPE with maintenance
           personnel. Interact on a regular basis with functional users to ensure customer satisfaction. Establish and
           review office instructions on computer operating procedures. Conduct and participate in staff meetings.
           Make periodic inspections and conduct surveys of computer system activities for compliance with applicable
           directives.

           1.2.10.5. Conduct orientation and train new employees on the use of IWIMS and/or ACES and other ADP
           equipment and software. Train contractor employees and assigned 39 CES personnel on the use of purchased
           software i.e. databases, Excel®, word-processing, spreadsheets, etc. Provide periodic refresher training.

           1.2.10.6. Perform system maintenance and troubleshoot IWIMS and/or ACES and other ADP systems to
           maintain data integrity. Perform start-up operations and power-on or power-off procedures. Operate system
           and respond to users system concerns. Perform recoveries on equipment and system malfunctions. Correct
           electrical or mechanical failures. Answer status inquiries from remote users. Install measures to protect
           system and individual computers from virus infections. Perform minor maintenance on equipment to include
           hard drive recoveries and installation of new upgraded equipment and software. Perform thorough system
           maintenance and maintain data files. Ensure system has a 90% or higher up time.

           1.2.10.7. Coordinate and monitor maintenance on hardware and software. Bring any USAF directed
           hardware or software on line and ensure it is operational. Provide orientation and operation training to
           contractor personnel and CES personnel.

           1.2.10.8. Act as the computer system security officer and assure compliance with USAF directives and
           instructions governing physical and operational security. Maintain user access, passwords, audit trail
           requirements, and integrity of core.

           1.2.10.9. Provide all necessary system access to government personnel. Ensure Government personnel
           have, as a minimum, access to word processing, electronic mail, and associated sub systems, e.g., IWIMS-
           ES, RWP, PCMS, PDC, RWP,(or approved equivalent) etc.

           1.2.10.10.   Use industrial engineering techniques to study work center operations and recommend
           information management systems to improve processes.

   1.3.    Engineering (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB): The contractor shall provide
   professional services for the full range of technical design, analysis, programming, and contract management
   discipline. Direct all programs to accomplish work by contract for the upkeep, construction, and improvement of
   Air Force real and installed property regardless of the source of funds. Coordinate engineering activities with
   construction agencies and higher headquarters. Assist in resolving problems beyond the technical capability of the
   Operations Flight.



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       1.3.1. Contract Planning and Programming. Provide contract planning and programming functions including,
       but not limited to the following:

           1.3.1.1.    Develop the contract program and determine facility requirements through work requests and
           facility inspections. Compile project requirements and appropriate programs. For requirements to be
           included into project programs, submit projects to the Facilities Board for approval, with justification why
           the requirement exceeds in-house capability.

           1.3.1.2.   Maintain current project folders with all related documentation to include current DD Form 1391,
           design review letters, functional review information, contractibility review information, siting approval
           documents, reliability and maintainability review information, environmental documentation, etc. Approval
           for all projects over $100K shall be documented on a DD Form 1391 and staffed for signature by the
           appropriate approval authority as defined in the local project approval delegation letters.

           1.3.1.3.    Develop programming documents for the construction, maintenance and repair of real property
           facilities.

           1.3.1.4.     Perform other engineering planning that includes, but is not limited to: Purchase requests for
           projects. Host nation project approvals; update AF Form 920s; special program documentation for Energy
           Conservation Improvement Program, FASCAP, DIF, RED HORSE, National Guard, and Air Force Reserve
           programs; MFH P-722 & P-713 document preparation; prepare agendas, minutes, and conduct meetings for
           facilities board, and energy conservation steering group.

       1.3.2. Technical and Design Service. The contractor shall provide engineering and construction functions.
       (Service performed by Incirlik):

           1.3.2.1.   Prepare statement of work, specifications, Government cost estimates, delivery orders and other
           necessary paperwork required by contracting for indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity.

       1.3.3. Construction Management Services (Services performed by contractor at Incirlik AB) The contractor
               shall:

           1.3.3.1.    Accomplish daily in-progress inspection of all service and project contracts identifying all field
           changes, contractor's non-compliance, revisions to as-built drawings, etc. Provide contractor with access to
           facilities. Prepare design and construction deficiency correspondence, contract progress reports, material
           inspection and receiving report, statement of performance, and construction cost reports, in English. Initiate
           and process Base Work Clearance Requests for all projects.

           1.3.3.2.   Conduct project/service contract acceptance and post acceptance inspections, prepare applicable
           documents for transfer and acceptance of military real property, assemble contract jacket file (project
           construction file) and coordinate disposition of excess materials, supplies and equipment, and accept all
           O&M manuals to be signed over to the Chief, O&M.

           1.3.3.3.    Support the warranty/guarantee program by identifying warranty items, investigating facility
           failure, exercising warranty or guarantee, and following-up on contractor default.

           1.3.3.4.   Provide construction management liaison for all projects handled by US Army Corps of
           Engineers.

           1.3.3.5.   Perform construction management services as outlined in AFI 32-1023 and for all projects over
           $25,000 the inspector must complete and maintain AF Form 1477.

           1.3.3.6.   Maintain project construction folders in English in accordance with AFI 32-1023. Provide
           contracting a copy of all permits, progress schedules and reports, and completed AF Form 1477s at least
           monthly or more often if required by contracting.




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           1.3.3.7.  Ensure that the project contractor (construction company) provides a completed DD Form 1354
           IAW applicable directives.

   1.4.    Environmental: The contractor shall provide all environmental functions as identified in Appendix J1,
   paragraph 1.4., with the exception of Management and Implementation of Noise Program (Appendix J1, para.
   1.4.3.), Natural Resources and Endangered Species Program (Appendix J1, para. 1.4.4.) and Historic and Cultural
   Resources (Appendix J1, para. 1.4.5.) (Service performed by Incirlik).

   1.5.    Operations. The contractor shall:

       1.5.1. General: Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul, install, and logistically support in the most
       economical manner all real property, base systems, RPIE, EAID Non-Real Property Equipment/System,
       Government furnished tools and equipment, appliances, and food service equipment to a standard that prevents
       deterioration beyond that which results from normal wear and tear or degradation of mission activities as
       specified herein. Manage, schedule, and accomplish, IAW AFI 32-1001, all recurring maintenance of real
       property, RPIE, Non-Real Property Equipment/System, and other equipment that is the responsibility of BCE.
       Update the RWP within 30 calendar days of the acceptance of equipment/facility. Notify the QAP when new
       equipment/facilities are accepted. Prepare a Maintenance Action Sheet within 30 calendar days for all new
       equipment that is worth more than $ 1,000, and upon request for any old equipment that is worth more than
       $1,000 and a copy shall be given to the QAP upon request (See TE 2, CDRL J311).

           1.5.1.1.    Operate and maintain systems to include, but not limited to, power production, electrical, water,
           sewage, heating, air conditioning, heat pumps, steam, fire alarm/detection systems, fire suppression systems,
           and security alarm systems (except JIDS), etc. Man all systems as required and operate them up to rated
           outputs to support mission requirements. Accomplish seasonal maintenance for air conditioning and
           refrigeration equipment and for heating equipment in the off-season. Accomplish annual maintenance by 1
           April for air conditioning equipment and by 1 October for heating equipment. Furnish a listing by the
           twentieth of each month starting the first of May for the heating system and first November for the air
           conditioning system to the QAP of facilities scheduled for maintenance. The listing shall include as a
           minimum facility number, maintenance action sheet number, man-hour, material cost and estimated start and
           completion date.

           1.5.1.2.    Maintain and repair automatic washers, dryers, and ice machines located throughout the base.

           1.5.1.3.    Identify, budget, and acquire additional tools and equipment required in the performance of the
           contract.

           1.5.1.4. Ensure proper vehicle operator maintenance and identify new vehicle requirements. Account for
           and manage all equipment.

           1.5.1.5.   Ensure operators are properly trained on equipment specific instructions (English and Turkish
           language) on the proper methods of operator care and safety procedures.

           1.5.1.6.    Maintain effective and efficient supply discipline. Maintain only materials for in-progress work
           orders, job orders and approved shop stock in the work center. Use oldest materials first. Transfer all
           materials for completed or canceled work to a residual storage.

           1.5.1.7.   Support customer needs (issue, maintain, and repair) all authorized customers‟ appliances and
           equipment. Transport malfunctioning appliances and equipment that cannot be repaired on the spot
           (considering inconvenience to the user) to the CE compound or other designated location for repairs. If
           removal of appliances becomes necessary provide, as possible, a like replacement.

           1.5.1.8.  Inspect and maintain deep fat fryers. Inspect and calibrate deep fat fryers annually (IAW AFOSH
           127-56 and NFPA standards) or when requested by higher headquarters.




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           1.5.1.9.   Establish a system for collecting customer feedback. As a minimum, the following items shall be
           part of the written form: time item called in by customer, time of service, time the work was complete,
           scope of work and job order/work order number.

           1.5.1.10. Respond to Direct Schedule Work (DSW): Perform work or identify, order, and store materials
           to support government provided services or complete actions to contract work as follows:

           1.5.1.11. Respond to emergency work request: Perform repair work classified as emergency, as defined or
           as determined by the 39 CES/CC. Respond to emergency calls within thirty minutes during normal duty
           hours, and ninety minutes during weekends, holidays, and after normal duty hours. Work shall continue
           until the emergency has been alleviated or the service has been restored. Document any and all deviations
           on the IWIMS/ACES work order log or approved equivalent. Response and completion times shall be IAW
           AFI 32-1001, paragraph 8.

           1.5.1.12. Respond to urgent work request: Perform repair work classified as urgent, as defined or as
           determined by the 39 CES/CC. Includes work required to correct a condition, which could become an
           emergency, work that could seriously affect morale, work that has command emphasis, or work required to
           accomplish its mission. Document any and all deviations on the IWIMS/ACES work order log or approved
           equivalent. Response and completion times shall be IAW AFI 32-1001, paragraph 8.

           1.5.1.13. Respond to routine work request: Perform all routine work as required within the following
           routine categories. Document any and all deviations on IWIMS work order log or approved equivalent.
           Response and completion times shall be IAW AFI 32-1001, paragraph 8.

              1.5.1.13.1. Routine Work by Contractor. Contracted routine work includes scheduled and unscheduled
              work and services. Scheduled work and services includes operating utility plants, performing recurring
              preventive maintenance, and performing start-up/shut-down maintenance on equipment and facilities.
              Unscheduled work includes minor alteration or minor construction, and unscheduled maintenance/repair
              and service work which does not exceed 100 man-hours of labor and/or $5,000 for material per work
              order.

              1.5.1.13.2. Routine Work by Others. Any work, which is determined to exceed the Contracted Routine
              Work level, will be handled as Routine Work by Other. The Government will decide the method of
              accomplishment for work in this category (in-house, contract, etc.). The contractor shall perform all
              actions necessary to prepare, plan, and logistically support accomplishment of this work or administer
              any ensuing accomplishment by contract as required.

           1.5.1.14. Perform Planned Work. Determine the scope, method, and type of resources. Estimate the
           quantity of resources. Provide reliable standard-hours estimates for all planned type work.

              1.5.1.14.1. Planned Work by Contractor. Perform planned work limited to work orders for
              unscheduled maintenance, repair and services work. Complete all in-house work within six months of
              approval or within 6 months of planned work becoming material complete. Priority I, II or III. Perform
              this work classified as priority I, II, or III which does not exceed an estimated $60,000 in material,
              equipment, and labor per work order as approved by the 39 CES/CC. Identify, order and store material
              and monitor and coordinate in-house shop schedules. Priority IV. Perform this work classified as
              priority IV work.

              1.5.1.14.2. Planned Work By Others: Handle planned work that is not included in Contracted Planned
              Work, to include minor construction or alteration, as Planned work by Others. The government will
              decide the method of accomplishment for work in this category (in-house, contract, etc). Priority I, II, or
              III. Perform all actions necessary to prepare, plan, and logistically support accomplishment of this work
              or administer any ensuing accomplishment by contract as required.

           1.5.1.15. Perform Recurring Work Program on active and passive infrastructure and facility systems as
           required by AFI 32-1001, and all applicable manuals, regulations and technical orders for equipment
           maintenance. Active systems include but are not limited to pumps, motors, compressors, generators,


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           barriers, and other system with moving parts. However, recurring work is not required on active systems if
           the total repair by replacement cost (including parts and labor), in the event of system failure, is less than
           $1,000. Passive systems include but are not limited to pavements, roofs systems, signs, etc. The RWP
           management information system shall have the functions and capabilities of IWIMS RWP software (or
           approved equivalent). Some of the capabilities to be included but not limited to: Maintenance Action Sheet,
           equipment information, material information, compliance reports, weekly status reports, reserved work hour
           reports, etc.

           1.5.1.16. Coordinate scheduled system outages with affected base agencies (users) and obtain concurrence
           of the 39 CES/CC at least one week prior to disruption of utility service.

           1.5.1.17. Support base special activities with needed services and equipment. Examples of such activities
           include but are not limited to: People festivals, USO/DOD shows, etc.

       1.5.2.    Work Control. The contractor shall:

           1.5.2.1.    Provide a recall roster for emergency situations. Provide status on customer requests, and
           job/work order number during normal duty hours. Also, provide job order number at the time job order is
           called in to the Service Call.

           1.5.2.1.1.      During non-duty hours (including weekends and holidays), personnel shall respond on-site
           within 90 minutes to emergency maintenance and repair requirements (service calls).

           1.5.2.2.   Process and classify all direct scheduled work requests IAW AFI 32-1001, paragraph 8.2. and this
           contract. Provide assistance to customers on preparing work requests as required.

           1.5.2.3.   Process all work orders and maintain the IWIMS/ACES work control system or approved
           equivalent. Ensure work orders are properly classified as to type (maintenance, repair, minor construction or
           work for others). Validate requirements semiannually.

                1.5.2.3.1.    Forward documents to Real Property upon completion of any work order or project which
                affects real property or RPIE to be capitalized by the real property section. Give drawings and other
                information to engineering and update as-built drawings.

           1.5.2.4.   Review and approve/disapprove self-help work request forms. Provide assistance to customers
           on preparing self-help work request forms. Issue Base Civil Engineering Work Clearance Requests when
           required.

           1.5.2.5.  Develop and manage a warranty/guarantee program for warranty items costing over $1,000 to
           determine if the warranty is enforceable. Maintain records on items and identify the items to prevent
           workers from voiding the warranties. Take all necessary actions to insure the warranties are enforced.
           Maintain records on all vendors who refuse to honor their warranty/guarantee or are reluctant to respond
           when called.

           1.5.2.6.  Establish, maintain, and update facility folders in a uniform format for each facility, portion of
           complex facilities, or group of facilities. Ensure each folder contains, as a minimum, the following
           documents:
                                     AF Form 1135, BCE Real Property Maintenance Report
                                     AF Form 1219, BCE Multi-Craft Job Order
                                     DD Form 1391, MC Line Item Data
                                     AF Form 332, BCE Work Request
                                     AF Form 1879, BCE Job Order (of historical value)
                                     AF Form 327, BCE Work Order

           1.5.2.7.  Develop a viable In Service Work Plan consisting of the current month plus one future month
           IAW contractor‟s procedures manual using software approved by the 39 CES/CC. The Plan shall be
           developed in sufficient detail to track compliance (See TE 2, CDRL J312).


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           1.5.2.8.    Develop and utilize weekly and daily work schedules matching available resources with existing
           requirements IAW contractors procedures manual. The contractor shall annotate deviations and the
           reason(s) for the deviation on the reverse side of the weekly schedule

           1.5.2.9.  Collect, initiate, screen, and coordinate, work orders that are authorized for accomplishment.
           Obtain approval of minor construction work from facility board or proper authorities in an expeditious
           manner. Maximum allowable time frames are as follows unless an extension is authorized by the 39
           CES/CC:
                                   PRIORITY                          TIME LIMIT
                                   I and II                          10 workdays
                                   III and IV                        30 workdays

           1.5.2.10. Within five days after completion of work, give drawings and other information to the
           Engineering section to update record drawings. Upon completion, ensure Real Property section capitalizes
           any work order, project, or self-help work order, which affects real property or RPIE.

           1.5.2.11. Prepare all necessary documents and slides to control internal work and conduct weekly updates
           and provide to the FD/FC or the functional area staff.

           1.5.2.12. Monitor and control the equipment account to include inventorying the account on an annual
           basis. The account includes, but is not limited to: base, mobile, and portable radios, and pagers.

           1.5.2.13. Establish and maintain a complete cost collection work order system. Reaccomplish this list
           annually prior to the first of October. Customer service shall prepare the list and coordinate with Financial
           Management and Real Property to insure all cost accounts, reimbursable customers, and facilities are
           included.

           1.5.2.14. Conduct periodic visits and record minor maintenance and repair requirements on an AF Form
           1219, BCE Multi-Craft Job Order, or direct scheduled work order. Forward work beyond zone capability or
           approval level to next approval level.

           1.5.2.15. Provide operation‟s work information management data, i.e., W/Os, J/Os, RWP, time accounting,
           etc.

       1.5.3.   Planning. The contractor shall (Service provided by Incirlik):

           1.5.3.1.   Determine and plan work requirements through work requests and facility and equipment
           inspections for major equipment replacement.

           1.5.3.2.   Prepare, maintain, and perform facility surveys/inspections with a copy of the schedule provided
           to the QAP. File facility surveys in facility jacket file for documentation. Include negative reports to
           indicate no deficiencies were noted.

           1.5.3.3.   Develop accurate cost estimates and bills of material for the Work Requests, WOs, and DSWs
           using EPS within plus or minus 5 percent for the total cost (manpower and materials). Ensure sufficient
           work is planned to support the IWP. Ensure planners and shop supervisors jointly develop standard hour
           estimates for the recurring work program using EPS. Complete all above actions within the following
           maximum times:

                        Type of Work                Time Limit DWS                Time Limit Planned Work
                          Urgent                      1 workday
                          Routine                     10 workdays
                          Priority I and II                                              20 workdays
                          Priority III and IV                                            45 workdays




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           1.5.3.4.   Maintain and update planning schedules with a copy provided to the 39 CES/CC on monthly
           basis. Provide an updated schedule for the previous month.

           1.5.3.5.     Ensure completed PWOs do not exceed planned estimate by more than 5% in materials and labor.

       1.5.4.   Material Acquisition. The contractor shall:

           1.5.4.1.    Operate a main store (centralized bench stock), holding area, and residual area using the CEMAS
           (or approved equivalent) in support of BCE work and non-BMC CE functions IAW USAF supply
           procedures. Identify, order and control all CE materials, tools, and equipment in support of CE work.
           Maintain the centralized bench stock with a minimum cumulative 90 percent fill rate. Account for all
           material in CEMAS (or approved equivalent) using line item accounting and inventory it annually. Maintain
           separate and adequate facilities for hazardous and flammable materials. Control and account for all CE
           hazardous and flammable material. Store all hazardous and flammable material IAW USAF, base, and host
           nation regulations.

           1.5.4.2.   Use CEMAS (or approved equivalent) to procure all material through the USAFE SBSS. Use
           established written post-post procedures to procure materiel when CEMAS, and/or SBSS are non-
           operational. Ensure proper materials and quantities are ordered for each WO.

           1.5.4.3.   Use USAFE Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) and base contracting system for all materials
           unless otherwise authorized by the 39 CES/CC or his representative.

           1.5.4.4.   Determine appropriate special level parts and equipment required to support critical systems and
           ensure their availability in conjunction with superintendents and shop foreman. Review annually for
           additions or deletions and provide a copy to the QAP.

           1.5.4.5.  Maintain and operate holding area and residual material area IAW USAFE CE Guidelines (AFI
           32-1009, Vol. III) and contractor written procedures.

           1.5.4.6.    Retain small amount of material in shop using shop stock procedures. Ensure this material does
           not exceed the normal amount consumed during a sixty-day period. Establish this level with 39 CES/CC
           concurrence. Be accountable for 100 percent of the material and ensure that material costs are properly
           transferred from work order 00001 to individual WOs.

           1.5.4.7.   Manage and control a back-up (10 percent) appliance account for all base EAID and RPIE
           appliances. Properly identify replacement by age and volume of use, budget, and requisition requirements.
           The back-up stock includes the sum of appliances on hand and on order. Prepare and maintain a current
           master appliance inventory.

           1.5.4.8.    Perform timely follow-up on material status and take necessary action to ensure materials and
           equipment are available to meet established requirements. Notify users immediately when delays shall result
           in failure of a system or mission degradation.

           1.5.4.9.     Maintain the following SBSS material management reports:

                      Daily Document Register.                      Special Level Review
                      Priority Monitor Report.                      Due–Out Status Listing
                      Stock Number Directory.                       Custodian Authorization/Custody Receipt Listing
                      Bench Stock Review Listing.                   Shop stock authorization letters
                      Organizational Bench Stock Listing

           1.5.4.10. Maintain and operate the material acquisition function as per governing publications and
           directives.

       1.5.5.   Heavy Repair. The contractor shall:



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           1.5.5.1.    Provide ground maintenance to all US grounds located at Balgat. To include the following:

           1.5.5.2.    Mowing, trimming, edging, seeding, sodding, watering to the extent necessary to maintain green
           vegetation for improved ground areas, fertilizing, controlling weeds (IAW AFM 91-19, Weed Control and
           Plant Growth Regulation) and erosion for all grassy areas. It also includes trimming, pruning, fertilizing,
           watering for all trees, shrubs, bushes, and hedges base-wide. Also, maintain the planters and barriers IAW
           AFM 91-19. Policing all roads, sidewalks, gutters, vehicle parking areas, drainage ditches, bus stops,
           shelters, and grounds base wide except as noted herein.

           1.5.5.3.  The contractor shall maintain the grass as follows: Improved Grounds: three to five inches in
           height. Semi-improved Grounds: Under fifteen inches. Unimproved Grounds: No more than twenty inches

           1.5.5.4.    Maintain and repair athletic field, picnic areas, courts, playgrounds, running track, and associated
           structures and equipment. Maintain playgrounds IAW "The Handbook for Public Playground Safety, Pub.
           325 .S. Consumer Product Safety Commission."

           1.5.5.5.   Rake, drag and level baseline at ball fields, rework pitcher‟s mound, and maintain diamond grass
           once a week or as needed prior to games or special events. Replace basketball hoop nets, tennis nets and
           soccer goals as needed or as requested by the Services FD/FC or other authorized Government
           representative.

       1.5.6.   Base roads, parking and sidewalks. The contractor shall:

           1.5.6.1.   Inspect all road, parking and sidewalk pavement surfaces every two years. Accomplish
           inspection with enough lead-time to program and execute work the following fiscal year to include in-house
           and contract repairs. This inspection shall be the basis for the preparation of the five-year pavement
           program.

           1.5.6.2.    Ensure projects are programmed and designed on time (Provided by Incirlik).

           1.5.6.3.    Ensure pavement shop personnel have the proper and necessary equipment and material
           quantities to accomplish in-house work.

           1.5.6.4.    Maintain and repair these surfaces, including joint/crack sealing/resealing, patches, depression
           repair, blow-up repairs, accident damage areas, and potholes.

           1.5.6.5.     Clean drainage lines and culverts of vegetation, soil, and debris. Clean mud and rock slides from
           access roads and repairs of resulting damages thereof to their shoulders and drainage. Maintain guardrails,
           anchors, post rails, and cables along roads. On roads that are the responsibility of the host nation, coordinate
           with host nation authorities to have the work accomplished either by the host nation or by the contractor so
           that safe travel can be maintained.

           1.5.6.6.   Perform all maintenance and repair work IAW with AFM 85-8, AFJMAN 32-1040, and AFM 88-
           6 Chapter 7.

           1.5.6.7.   Sweep roads weekly and parking areas every two weeks or in special circumstance as requested
           by the 39 CES/CC. Response time shall be within 24 hours of notification.

           1.5.6.8.    Perform snow removal and ice control as required IAW AFI 32-1002.

       1.5.7.   Facility Maintenance.

           1.5.7.1.  The Structures Branch. Consists of carpentry/masonry, plumbing, painting, and sheet
           metal/welding work centers. The composition shall be in accordance with the contractor's procedures
           manual. The contractor shall:




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            1.5.7.1.1. Perform facility building manager‟s maintenance on facilities FAC NO 2010, 2022, 2075, 2080,
            2081, 2229, 2410, 2411, 2420, 2431, 2621, the ODC Carpenter shop and the Motor Pool
            maintenance/management facility. All facilities/real property maintenance above and beyond the
            capabilities of the facilities manager, as identified in the Building Managers pamphlet, AFP 87-8, Feb
            1991, shall be brought to the attention of the Production Control at ODC-T Bldg. Civil Engineering at
            Balgat shall provide full support to ODC, after determining the most cost effective and expedient method to
            accomplish required work.

            1.5.7.1.2. Ensure shop equipment operating instructions are available, both in English and Turkish, to all
            employees.

            1.5.7.1.3. Maintain proper safety and housekeeping daily as prescribed in AFOSH STD 127-20.

            1.5.7.1.4. Clean-up fluid spills immediately.           Operate all vehicles safely according to Air Force
            regulations, local laws and regulations.

            1.5.7.1.5. Provide adequate security for all tools, vehicles, parts and supplies. Prevent any unauthorized
            use of these items.

            1.5.7.1.6. Develop and maintain a lock shop capability to include the development and implementation of a
            master key system for all base facilities. Develop a bench stock of repair units and parts. Control the
            issuance of keys by working closely with building managers and Real Property section and maintain a key
            accountability log.

            1.5.7.1.7. Program and accomplish all interior and exterior painting IAW AFM 85-3. Exterior painting
            includes traffic markings, parking lot markings, water and fuel storage facilities, signs, buildings/facilities,
            and similar items. Tennis courts and basketball court boundaries, serve lines and goal lines shall be
            repainted once a year.

            1.5.7.1.8. Perform necessary repairs at covered pavilions and barbecue pits.

            1.5.7.1.9. Be responsible for structural repair, which includes: complete corrosion control, lead-based paint
            abatement, asbestos abatement, masonry, carpentry, and related crafts. Perform repair, replacement, or
            installation of interior and exterior wall coverings to include structural tile, building block, brick
            construction, concrete, plaster, stucco, wood and metal siding, hardboard, fiberboard, gypsum board, wall
            paneling, acoustical tile, wood fencing, and related wood, plastic, metal trim; roofing system (metal, wood,
            etc.) to include sheathing and decking, under lament, flashings, counter flashing, roofing tile, hot mopped
            roofing and metal roofing, etc.; and, all type interior and exterior doors and windows, screen and glass.
            Repair and/or install ceiling materials to include system board, acoustical tile and suspended ceilings, also
            floor covers to include hardwood flooring, vinyl tile, cork tile, linoleum flooring and raised floor.

       1.5.8.   Mechanical. The contractor shall:

           1.5.8.1.   Maintain, clean, and treat with applicable fire retarding coating grease extraction systems, ducts,
           and hoods in all cooking facilities IAW the applicable NFPA standard.

           1.5.8.2.   Operate, inspect, maintain, and repair all HVAC/R equipment and systems to include solar
           heating systems IAW USAF directives, and manufacturers' manuals, host nation FGS. Recurring
           maintenance is not required on units if the total repair by replacement cost (including parts and labor),
           caused by system failure, is less than $1,000. The Contractor shall minimize the release of ODCs and keep
           the required records (See TE 2, CDRL J313).

           1.5.8.3.   Perform off-season maintenance on refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating systems and
           control the use of ODS IAW Turkey FGS, AFPAM32-1004 Vol. 2, and AF Refrigerant Management
           Handbook, dated June 94.




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           1.5.8.4.    Operate, inspect, maintain, and repair all boilers, equipment, and systems IAW USAFE
           directives, AFI 32-1068, and manufacturer‟s manuals.

           1.5.8.5.   Maintain and repair automatic washers, dryers and ice machines located throughout the base and
           those assigned as off base furnishings.

           1.5.8.6.   Support customer needs (issue, maintain, and repair) all authorized customers‟ appliances and
           equipment. Transport malfunctioning appliances and equipment that cannot be repaired on the spot
           (considering inconvenience to the user) to the CE compound, or other designated location for repairs. If
           removal of appliances becomes necessary provide, as possible, a like replacement.

       1.5.9.   Plumbing. The contractor shall:

           1.5.9.1.   Maintain, and repair all plumbing systems including fixtures (sink, toilet, etc.) IAW AFI 32–1066
           and other applicable USAF directives, manufacturers' manuals, the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC).

           1.5.9.2.   Maintain, inspect, repair, and test all fire suppression system as required by USAF and NFPA
           standards. Inspect, test and maintain fire protection systems and hydrants operational condition IAW AFM
           91–37, AFI 91–26, AFOSH, NFPA standards, and the national fire codes. (Service provided by Incirlik)

           1.5.9.3.   Install, maintain, inspect, repair, and test all back flow devices as required by AFI 32–1066 and
           all other applicable directives, manufacturer's manuals, and UPC. Keep records of all inspection and
           periodic maintenance. Also, keep a listing of all back flow items in operation. Develop a back flow
           program that includes but not limited to: cross-connection survey, corrective action plan, photos, listing of
           equipment, etc. Appoint a backflow prevention program manager from the contractor CE organization
           (Service provided by Incirlik)

       1.5.10. Electrical. The contractor shall:

           1.5.10.1. Maintain and repair all interior electrical distribution systems. Perform all work IAW USAF
           publications, National Electric Code and local electric code, applicable NFPA standards, and USAFE
           publications, US national safety codes and local safety standards.

           1.5.10.2. Maintain and repair all emergency and exit lights IAW AFJMAN 32–1083, chapter 9.

           1.5.10.3. Replace light bulbs when burned out, repair/install all interior electrical outlets. Maintain and
           repair all interior electrical distribution systems. Perform all work IAW USAF publications, National
           Electric Code and local electric code, applicable NFPA standards, and USAFE publications, US national
           safety codes and local safety standards. If standards conflict, the most stringent applies.

           1.5.10.4. Calibrate, maintain, and test all large appliances installed as RFIE or RPSE IAW applicable
           manufactures manuals and NFPA standards.

           1.5.10.5. Perform facility surveys to determine repair and maintenance requirements. (Service Provided by
           Incirlik)

           1.5.10.6. Maintain and repair all exterior electrical distribution systems. Perform all work IAW USAF
           publications, National Electric Code and local electric code, applicable NFPA standards, USAFE
           publications, US national safety codes and local safety standards. If standards conflict, the most stringent
           applies.

           1.5.10.7. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul, and logistically support all electrical distribution
           systems equipment and components to include the following:

                  Primary and secondary distribution lines–overhead and underground IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Substations IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Transformers IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.


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                  Bus structures IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Distribution panels IAW AFJMAN 32–1082 and AFJMAN 32–1083.
                  Circuit breakers IAW AFJMAN 32–1082 and AFJMAN 32–1083.
                  Fuses IAW AFJMAN 32–1082, AFI 32–1063 and AFJMAN 32–1083.
                  Grounds and grounding systems IAW AFJMAN 32-1082, AFI 32–1063,
                  and USAFE SUP1 to AFI 32–1065.
                  Lightning protection IAW AFM 88–9 Chapter 3, USAFE SUP1 to AFI 32–1065 and NFPA 780.
                  Motor control centers IAW AFJMAN 32–1082 and AFI 32–1063.
                  Transfer switches IAW AFI 32–1063.
                  Switching devices IAW AFJMAN 32–1082 and AFJMAN 32–1083.
                  Capacitor banks IAW AFJMAN 32–1082 and AFJMAN 32–1083.

           1.5.10.8.     Provide annual updates for the following documentation to include all new and existing power
           distribution systems: Single line drawings for each base system, showing all components with capacities and
           characteristics. Coordination studies and short circuit analysis, harmonic load flow analysis using software
           program such as SKM Dapper, Captor, or Hiwave.

           1.5.10.9.    Maintain and repair fire detection and alarm systems IAW AFI 32–2001 and NFPA standards
           (Service provided by Incirlik).

           1.5.10.10. Inspect, test, install, and maintain all fire detection and suppression systems including, but not
           limited to: fire suppression system, fixed dry chemical systems, sprinkler systems, kitchen exhaust hood
           systems and deep fat fryers, all detector heads, pull stations, hood detectors, wiring, transmitters, batteries,
           emergency lighting and receivers IAW AFI 32-2001 and the contractor's procedures manual. Work includes
           detection head cleaning as required to maintain reliability.

           1.5.10.11.    Electrical Switchgear and Power Production. The contractor shall:

           1.5.10.12. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul and logistically support all electrical power
           production/distribution equipment and associated apparatus. Perform all level of maintenance on generators,
           including switch gear, protective relays, controls, meters, and instruments IAW AFJMAN 32–1082
           (minimum calibration interval is not to exceed two years). Perform depot level maintenance and switch gear
           PMIs and calibration for the commercial generators as specified herein. Ship military generators listed
           herein that require depot level maintenance shall be shipped at government expense to the repair depot.
           Maintain operating logs IAW AFI 32-1062 and 32–1063.

           1.5.10.13. Prepare and submit to HQ USAFE/CEC an emergency generator inventory IAW AFI 32–1063
           (See TE 2, CDRL J314).

           1.5.10.14. Maintain a history of emergency generator operations and cylinder liner and ring wear IAW
           AFP 91-46.

           1.5.10.15. Provide on-site training to using agency‟s personnel designated as Emergency Generator
           Operators. Issue Certificate of Competency, AF Form 483, to all trained personnel.

           1.5.10.16. Perform a complete short circuit study using impedance values of actual equipment installed
           using software program such as Dapper, Captor, or Hiwave.

           1.5.10.17. Maintain a single line-wiring diagram of the coordinated power production systems on a single
           sheet. The following items shall be maintained:
                  Generators – show capabilities and characteristics.
                  No break units – show capacities and characteristics.
                  Continuity sets – show capacities and characteristics.
                  Battery sets – show capacities and characteristics.
                  Substations IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Bus structures IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Grounding IAW AFJMAN 32–1082. AFI 32–1063, AFI 32–1065 and USAFE Sup1 thereto.


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                  Lighting Protection IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Panel boards IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Circuit breakers IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Protective devices IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Fuses IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  Converters.
                  Inverters.
                  Load and motor control centers IAW AFJMAN 32–1082.
                  All electrical equipment.

           1.5.10.18. Operate and maintain stand-by power units and /or emergency generators IAW AFI 32–1062
           and 32–1063. In addition, prepare and post a step–by–step starting, switching, running, and stopping
           procedures for each emergency generator set in both English and Turkish language. Initially and
           periodically thereafter, on a regular schedule, give on–site instructions to using agency personnel designated
           as “Emergency Generator Operators.” Issue Certificate of Competency, AF Form 483, to all trained
           personnel. Post checklist of operating duties before, during, and after running on or near the power unit.

           1.5.10.19.    The contractor shall perform the following administrative functions:

            1.5.10.19.1. Be responsible for all records, forms, and documentation required in support of electrical
            power production equipment and submission of reports in accordance with AFI 32–1062 and 32–1063, and
            AFP 91–46.

            1.5.10.19.2. Provide technical and administrative support to all units requiring electrical power production
            equipment within the BCE‟s area of support responsibility.

            1.5.10.19.3. The following are mandatory data requirements. The contractor shall develop and maintain
            these checklists:
                                  Electrical Apparatus Checklist: Circuit Breakers.
                                  Electrical Apparatus Checklist: Transfer Switch.
                                  Electrical Apparatus Checklist: Transformers.
                                  Electrical Apparatus Checklist: Meters.

           1.5.10.20.    Electrical Switch Gear and Distribution System. The contractor shall:

            1.5.10.20.1. Perform inspection and maintenance of electrical power distribution systems and switchgear
            IAW applicable USAF regulations, manuals, manufacturer‟s instructions, and special conditions delineated
            herein.

            1.5.10.20.2. Perform the calibration of protective relays and instruments. The electrical distribution
            system and switch gear consists of fused disconnects, circuit breakers, air breakers, electrical power busses,
            relays, controls and meters, molded case breakers, lighting panels, sub-distribution panels, motor control
            centers, transformers (power potential and current) insulators, bushings, D.C. bus systems, power cabling
            and ground systems.

            1.5.10.20.3. Within 60 calendar days after commencement of work under this contract, establish a program
            for accomplishment of this work, IAW the following:

              1.5.10.20.3.1. Accomplish all preventive maintenance inspections, with minor exceptions, while the
              equipment is de-energized.

              1.5.10.20.3.2. Schedule the work so as to cause no interference with normal operations. Ensure there are
              no interruptions of the electrical system except with the expressed permission of the 39 CES/CC.

              1.5.10.20.3.3. In all instances where equipment outage or station outage is required to perform the work,
              request the outage through the 39 CES/CC at least 20 days in advance. Keep requests for outage to an
              absolute minimum.


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              1.5.10.20.3.4. Provide for temporary power to support lighting, essential utilities, and critical
              communication equipment during periods of station outage.

              1.5.10.20.3.5. Replace parts that are worn, broken, or burned. Ensure the replaced parts are new and
              compatible with the system.

              1.5.10.20.3.6. Perform maintenance and inspection on, but not limited to, the following:
                                   Lighting
                                   Bushings and insulators
                                   Fused Cutouts
                                   Ground rods
                                   Disconnecting switches
                                   Fuses
                                   Low voltage and high voltage switchgear with air circuit breakers
                                   Transformers.
                                   Low voltage switch gear (molded case circuit breakers).
                                   Transfer switches.
                                   Motor control centers.
                                   Panel board, lighting and general purpose.

       1.5.11. Water Treatment and Distribution. The contractor shall:

           1.5.11.1. Operate, maintain, inspect, repair, overhaul and logistically support all water treatment equipment
           and associated support equipment IAW, AFI 32–1066, AFI 32–1067 and AFI 48–119. Report all component
           failures to the QAPs or 39 CES/CC within 24 hours. Ensure quality of water complies with the host nation
           FGS and IAW AFI 48–119.

           1.5.11.2. Prepare AF Form 1460, Water Utility Operating Log (Supplemental and/or AF Form 1461, Water
           Utility Operation Log (general), monthly and send a copy to ASF Working Group not later than the 20 th of
           the following month, and maintain the original IAW AFI 32-1067 (See TE 2, J316).

           1.5.11.3. Provide corrosion control of all motors, valves, piping, circuitry, switching, and related
           equipment and facilities IAW AFI 32–1054. Maintain corrosion free system components. Maintain valves
           and other moving mechanical parts such that operator can freely control the flow of water through the
           system. Maintain and operate all active wells supplying water to the base. Operate and maintain gas/liquid
           chlorination systems. Clearly mark all valves, pipes and movable controls with direction arrows to indicate
           proper movement and flow in the well areas.

           1.5.11.4. As a minimum, perform or provide the capability to perform certified testing and analysis of
           water samples to include but not limited to:

           1.5.11.5.    Perform one chlorine residual test every two hours.

           1.5.11.6. Chlorinate water at ASF and ODC Bldg to ensure the continuous quality of water complies with
           the SDWA.

           1.5.11.7. Every two years, perform the following analyses: Chemical analysis to include organic and
           inorganic constituents and radiological analysis IAW AFI 48–119 and host nation FGS. These tests are in
           addition to testing requirements performed by the base medical authority. Also, test for turbidity, hardness,
           alkalinity, pH, temperature, calcium, color, odor, iron, and manganese. Calculate the Langelier Index.

           1.5.11.8. Provide fire hydrant flow tests IAW MHB 1008C and NFPA standards. Maintain records to
           provide a base line. Ensure any significant deviation from the base line results in further inspection and/or
           repairs. Ensure color-coding of the fire hydrants indicates flow rate and conforms to NFPA standard 291,
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       1.5.12. Pest Control. The contractor shall:

           1.5.12.1. Provide Pest Control Services required to protect health, supplies, and real property with regard
           to control and elimination of insects, rodents, and other pests or organisms within specified time
           requirements. Ensure service is performed by certified operators IAW DoD Directive 4150.7 and AFI 32–
           1053 and the training is documented in an DD Form 1826. Perform all services when food is not being
           prepared, served, or consumed in food service facilities. This also includes applying herbicides. All services
           shall be IAW AFI 32–1053 and DoD Directive 4150.7. (Service may be provided by Incirlik)

           1.5.12.2. Maintain adequate pesticide storage and mixing facilities complete with emergency deluge
           shower, eyewash, and ventilation system in use. Maintain and update a complete listing of Material Safety
           Data Sheets (MSDS) on all chemicals and pesticide label instructions. Ensure personnel wear protective
           equipment IAW AFI 32–1053.

           1.5.12.3. Maintain daily pesticide use records and reflect all pesticides and herbicides usage. (DD Form
           1532 and 1532-1).

           1.5.12.4. Personnel Protection:

             1.5.12.4.1. Ensure personnel applying pesticides receive semi-annual medical surveillance and are
             respirator fit tested annually.

             1.5.12.4.2. Ensure personnel applying pesticides use protective clothing and follow environmental and
             safety regulations.

       1.5.13. Custodial Services. Provide custodial services as follows at the frequency and the standards as
       specified herein. (See TE 3). The contractor shall provide all cleaning supplies required to accomplish
       requirements listed in TE 3. Provide all consumable custodial supplies such as trash bags, hand soap, paper
       towels and toilet paper for all facilities listed in TE 3.

           1.5.13.1. At the start of each fiscal year, the ACO will furnish a listing to the contractor of all the facilities
           in which custodial services shall be performed. The ACO reserves the right to change areas to be serviced so
           long as total unit of measure is not increased and the service is confined to the respective air base proper.
           The ACO will provide ten calendar days notice and will clearly define the new area to be serviced.

           1.5.13.2.   School. The contractor shall:

            1.5.13.2.1. Provide custodial services at the school, to include cleaning services IAW TE 3, accomplished
            after the last scheduled activity of the day in that area, or before classes normally commence the next day.

            1.5.13.2.2. Accomplish window (interior and exterior) cleaning during the following periods:
                                         1 to 16 August.
                                         Christmas school holiday.
                                         Easter school holiday.

            1.5.13.2.3. Provide custodial service to the school from approximately 16 August to 20 June of each year
            or one week after the end of the school year; whichever is later. From 20 June to 11 August, provide
            custodian services once a week in offices and administration areas only.

            1.5.13.2.4. Provide custodial services for the school Monday through Friday, including Turkish holidays,
            during the school year (approximately 20 August through 16 June).

            1.5.13.2.5. Provide custodial service personnel entry/exit to the facility. Ensure custodial personnel secure
            the facility(s) upon departure and while working in the facility after normal daily activities have ended.

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           1.5.13.4. Provide custodial services administrative and other areas during regular duty hours (Monday
           through Friday). Custodial services for administrative and other areas will not be required on Turkish and
           American holidays.

           1.5.13.5. Prepare and maintain a schedule of services in the facilities serviced, depicting the specific days
           that services are performed. Make this list available to the government upon request. Ensure schedule of
           services includes day, time, type of service performed, and frequency.

           1.5.13.6. Provide custodial services for Covered Pavilion, Kitchen / Snack bar and associated latrine
           facilities. Clean and disinfect restrooms and fix light fixtures at these locations.

           1.5.13.7. Refuse Collection:

                1.5.13.7.1. Perform refuse collection and disposal to include cleaning of all refuse containers in all
                locations as specified herein. Submit a procedure plan for refuse collection outlining services to be
                provided.

                1.5.13.7.2. Clean and dispose of wastes from grease traps, oil separators, septic tanks, and holding
                tanks.

                1.5.13.7.3. Dispose of condemned food, dead animals, and other special wastes (within available
                equipment resources) as required within 24 hours of notification.

                1.5.13.7.4. Provide additional refuse receptacles and pick-up for special events as required.

                1.5.13.7.5. Maintain and clean grease extraction systems, ducts and hoods in all cooking facilities each
                quarter.

   1.6.    Housing Referral

       1.6.1.   Manage housing referral housing program IAW AFI 32-6001, Family Housing Management.

           1.6.1.1.   Maintain listings of approved rental housing within 30 minutes commute time of the installation
           during peak traffic periods.

           1.6.1.2.    Maintain liaison with local agencies.

           1.6.1.3.    Conduct adequacy inspection of off-base unit(s).

           1.6.1.4.   Provide customer service, to include briefings, handouts, brochures, and other supporting
           information to ensure eligible members are provided listings of adequate, affordable housing immediately
           upon their arrival.

           1.6.1.5.    Provide housing referral assistance for all installations on the RPAO‟s accounts.

           1.6.1.6.  Provide equal opportunity services, and personalized assistance and counseling in all off-base
           housing matters.

           1.6.1.7.   Assist customer in locating off-base housing and in finalizing housing agreement. Prepare
           USAFE Form 291 (Housing Referral Office Rental Agreement), provide utilities information assistance, and
           provide transportation, translation and/or an interpreter as required.

           1.6.1.8.   Provide rental unit condition checklist and assist in the preparation of rental condition checklist
           with landlord/agent and tenant.

           1.6.1.9.  Counsel customer on DOD Equal Opportunity Policy and monitor off-base housing selection for
           compliance with the policy.


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           1.6.1.10. Provide transportation for incoming personnel to view rental units during normal workweek.

           1.6.1.11. All new community housing unit(s) shall be inspected to ensure that unit(s) meets or exceeds the
           minimal standards for occupancy established by DoD and Air Force directives.

           1.6.1.12. Mediate any disputes between landlord/agent and occupant.

           1.6.1.13. Seek and locate private rental unit(s). Inspect and evaluate quarters to ensure they are adequate,
           fairly priced and landlords are non-discriminatory and negotiate rental agreement details of private rental
           units approved for occupancy by American personnel prior to listing in the Housing Referral Office (HRO).
           Maintain all approved unit(s) that are available for rent on the housing board and /or the housing book(s).

           1.6.1.14. Ensure personnel who process through the HRO are briefed not to enter into a lease agreement
           which does not contain a military termination clause.

           1.6.1.15. Ensure that personnel performing housing referral services do not have business association or
           financial interests which might give rise to any reasonable suspicion of partiality or a conflict of interest.
           Ensure equal treatment is extended to all HRO users.

           1.6.1.16. Be responsible for reviewing, updating, and/or rewriting local operating instruction.

           1.6.1.17. Provide letter of non-availability for realtor reimbursement, only after all HRO attempts to locate
           acceptable community housing have been exhausted.

           1.6.1.18. Maintain files for all occupied off-base housing rental units to include a copy of the member‟s
           rental agreement, member‟s PCS orders, TLA claims, information on the rental unit, landlord information,
           and other pertinent documents as determined by the FD/FC.

           1.6.1.19. Maintain a copy of member‟s lease agreement on file for duration of time member resides in the
           unit.

           1.6.1.20. Manage discrimination complaints and other complaints for all installations on the RPAO‟s
           accounts. Process landlord, tenant, occupant, agency, utility company, etc., complaints. Investigate
           discrimination complaint and other complaints as required and prepare reports as required.

           1.6.1.21. Develop an installation specific housing brochure following the format provided by HQ USAF or
           the Headquarters Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency (HQ AFCESA) web site.

           1.6.1.22. Prepare listing of all personnel authorized overseas housing allowance.

           1.6.1.23. Determine eligibility for personnel authorized overseas housing allowance.

           1.6.1.24. Provide technical assistance and brief all military members authorized Temporary Lodging
           Allowance (TLA) on incoming and outgoing procedures IAW AF, DOD, and MAJCOM policies.

           1.6.1.25. Provide technical assistance in the Relocation Assistance Program as outlined in AFI 32-6001
           and headquarters guidance to all outgoing DOD personnel who are in the process of being permanently
           reassigned.

           1.6.1.26. Counsel outgoing military members on eligibility to apply for MFH in advance of arriving at
           station. Assist members in filling out applications and forward to new duty station IAW AFI 32-6001.

       1.6.2.    Furnishings Management. The contractor shall manage, administer, and operate the furnishings
       management functions IAW AFI 32-6004, and other directives issued by higher headquarters, for General
       Officer Quarters further guidance is provided in AFI 32-6003. The contractor shall request, receive, issue, store,
       budget for, deliver and pick up all government owned furnishings authorized for use in government


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       owned/leased facilities/quarters, dorms, private rental quarters provided a lease agreement has been approved by
       the Housing Referral Office or has obtained a landlord release for government owned furniture in the event of a
       rent dispute. (See TE 2, CDRL J315)

           1.6.2.1.   The contactor shall use the government provided Automated Civil Engineer System FMO
           Management (ACES–FMO) or approved equivalent subsystem. If using ACES–FMO, the Contractor “user”
           must, as a minimum, have a National Agency (NSA) background check as required by AFSSI 5027, prior to
           using ACES–FMO

   1.7.    Fire Protection. The contractor shall provide the following technical services (All emergency fire
           responses are provided by Host Nation fire department):

     1.7.1.      Inspections. Building managers shall conduct fire prevention facility checks, special, and hazardous
     operation inspections in accordance with AFI 32-2001 and applicable AFOSH standards. Maintain records and
     conduct follow-up inspections when fire hazards/deficiencies are identified.

           1.7.1.1.   Inspect portable fire extinguishers IAW NFPA and Air Force technical guidance. Maintain
           required records.

           1.7.1.2.  Establish and maintain a fire safety deficiency and hazard abatement program as outlined in AFI
           32-2001, and AFI 91-301.

           1.7.1.3.    Ensure the fire prevention program meets the objectives of AFI 32-2001.




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                                           SERVICE DELIVERY SUMMARY


                 Performance Objective                           SOW Paragraph                         Performance
                                                                                                         Threshold
1. Adequate responsiveness concerning any aspect of civil                                No more than two customer complaints
engineering operations is provided; all meetings, councils,            1.1.1. - 1.1.4.   are received per month.
committees etc. requiring CE involvement are attended and
all required documentation is prepared properly and
submitted to the appropriate requiring office in a timely
manner. Effective and resourceful procedure manuals are
developed and updated.
2. Provide training to employees to ensure competent                      1.1.5.1.       95% of records reviewed (quarterly) are
performance and to protect the health, safety, and welfare                               complete, correct and current.
of all base personnel.
3. Develop and maintain an effective safety program                       1.1.5.2.       Required programs are established and
                                                                                         adhered to 100% of the time.
4. All required reports are prepared properly, submitted                   1.1.7.        No more than five customer complaints
timely, base regulations and plans are maintained and                                    are received per quarter.
updated and all correspondence meet established
suspense‟s.
5. RESERVED
6. RESERVED
7. Operate, control and monitor IWIMS/ACES systems (or                    1.2.10.        90% of time (monthly) the system is up.
similar accepted program) in an effective manner.
8. RESERVED

9. Provide effective and all – inclusive construction              1.3.3. – 1.3.3.7.     No more than 2 customer complaints /
management services                                                                      month
10. Submit timely, accurate and complete budgeting                          1.4.         95% of plans are updated, corrected and
planning reports in support of environmental programs.                                   submitted on time.
11. Establish and maintain an effective RWP program.                     1.5.1.15.       No more than two deficiencies on updates
Tasks are accomplished IAW the established RWP                                           for new equipment items occur per
schedule.                                                                                month.
                                                                                         90% completion rate is achieved for
                                                                                         scheduled RWP per month.
12. Planned work is completed within 6 months of                         1.5.1.14.       85% of approved work orders are
approval.                                                                                completed within the prescribed time
                                                                                         period.
13. Cost estimates are within 5% of the total cost                         1.5.3.        No more than 2 deficiencies per month
14. All work requests are properly received, logged,                      1.5.3.3.       85% of approved work orders are
controlled, classified, planned, and scheduled within the                                completed on a quarterly basis.
time limits based on priority.
15. Maintain and operate holding area and residual material               1.5.4.1.       No more than 4 deficiencies per quarter
area properly. Store and label materials correctly.
16. Provide grounds maintenance to assure neat and               1.5.5.1. & 1.5.5.2.     No more than 4 deficiencies occur per
professional appearance of all areas.                                                    month.
17. Maintain and repair all athletic fields, parks, courts,               1.5.5.4.       No more than 2 deficiencies occur per
playgrounds, running track, and associated structures and                                month.
equipment


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                  Performance Objective                          SOW Paragraph                    Performance
                                                                                                   Threshold
18. Establish and accomplish an effective base roads,                  1.5.6.        No more than 4 deficiencies per month
parking area and sidewalks maintenance and repair                                    occur.
program.
19. Conduct effective facility surveys on each facility.               1.5.7.        90% of the facilities are surveyed within
                                                                                     the prescribed period.
20. All mechanical systems are operated, inspected,                    1.5.8.        No more than four customer complaints
repaired and maintained competently.                                                 are received per month.
21. Electrical Systems Maintenance. Operate, maintain and              1.5.10.       No more than three customer complaints
repair all electrical systems effectively.                                           are received monthly. 90% of all RWP is
                                                                                     completed on time.
22. Ground Power. Operate, maintain and repair all                     1.5.10.       All systems are operational 95% of the
electrical power production systems effectively and provide                          time
for generator plant support.
23. Operate, maintain, inspect, and repair all Water                   1.5.11.       100% of all reports are accurate.
Treatment components and potable water systems.                                      90% of all RWP (quarterly) is completed
                                                                                     on time and notice of violations does not
                                                                                     occur.
24. All custodial services are performed to meet applicable            1.5.13.       No more than five customer complaints
industrial standards.                                                                are received monthly.
25. Process all military members housing financial                     1.6.1.        No more than two customer complaints
requirements and submit required documents accurately and                            are received per month.
timely. (TLA, BAQ, VHA, etc..)
26. Provide allowable FMO items to eligible members and                1.6.2.        No more than four customer complaints
deliver/pick-up FMO items within the specified time                                  are received per month.
period.
27. Fire extinguishers are properly maintained. All work is             1.7.         100% of the time
completed according to frequency recommended by the
manufactures.




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                                                      SECTION III

                       GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY AND SERVICES
3. GENERAL INFORMATION. The government shall provide the facilities, equipment, materials, records, and
services listed herein

     3.1. Government Facilities (GFF). SEE APPENDIX F. The Government will furnish the following facilities:

             SITE                     LOCATION                        NOMENCLATURE                 QUANTITY
             ODC                       ODC Bldg                     Bldg. Maint Mech. Room           110 SF
             ODC                       ODC Bldg                        Electrician‟s Shop            110 SF
             Balgat                    Bldg. 2621                      BCE Admin Bldg               2840 SF
             Balgat                    Bldg. 2019                      BCE Craft Shops              1669 SF
             Balgat                    Bldg. 2022                         BCE Storage                187 SF

     3.2. Government Equipment (GE). The GE provided to the contractor is that GE shown on the most current
     GE listing maintained by each contractor–operated function. The GE listings shall be updated annually via
     the accomplishment of a Government / contractor joint inventory. The results of the joint inventory shall be
     provided electronically to the Contracting Officer.

     3.3. Government Material (GM). SEE APPENDIX F.

     3.4. Government Services (GS). SEE APPENDIX F.

     3.5. Inherently Governmental Functions. SEE APPENDIX J1.




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                                                      SECTION IV

                                             GENERAL INFORMATION
    4.1. SCOPE OF WORK: In addition to the description of services provided in Section I, the contractor shall
    comply with the following:

    4.2.   CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL. Employees. SEE APPENDIX F.

       4.2.1.   Chief of Operations (Mandatory AN may be dual hatted):

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of fifteen years experience in planning, organizing, and directing major real
       property operation, maintenance and repair of structures, utilities, plants, systems, pavements and grounds. Also,
       five of those years shall include personnel supervision. At least five of the fifteen years experience must be in
       management of these areas. Qualifications: Shall become familiar with applicable host nation and USAF
       environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA (AFOSH) regulations, USAF safety directives, and
       NFPA standards. Education: Shall be a high school graduate or equivalent. Security Clearance. Shall have or be
       capable of obtaining a „U.S. Secret‟ security clearance.

       4.2.2. Operations Craftsman (to include but limited to Customer Service Representatives, Service Call
       Specialists, Production Control Personnel, etc.)

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of 4 years experience in procedures for constructing, maintaining, and operating
       real estate facilities, systems, and equipment. Qualification: Shall be knowledgeable of CE policies and directives,
       use of information management systems; and work force management requirements, interpretation, and application
       of technical guidance practices; instructions/regulations, operational plans and supply procedures. Shall be able to
       interpret drawings and specifications and understand material requisitions through the supply system and IWIMS (or
       IMS approved by SCE), and to use IWIMS (or IMS approved by SCE) programs (RWP, Work Order,
       Scheduling/Labor Reporting, Work Programming, etc.) Shall become familiar with applicable host nation and
       USAF environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives. Shall
       possess ability to speak distinctly and communicate effectively. Shall become familiar with activating, operating
       and managing CE command and control centers during contingencies and local emergencies and coordinating and
       dispatching specialized teams or work crews. Shall be able to remain calm and even-tempered under demanding
       situations and with frustrated or angry customers ((internal and external) walk-in, telephone, and/or two-way radio.)
       Education: Shall be a high school graduate or equivalent.

       4.2.3.   Electrical Work Leader (Mandatory, AN):

       Experience: Shall have fifteen years experience in directing functions such as operation, maintenance, repair,
       overhaul of electrical power production equipment and associated switch gear, exterior and interior electric
       distribution systems, cathodic protection, fire alarms, aircraft arresting system and in utilizing the principles of shop
       management and safety, material requirements and production control. Also, five of fifteen years shall include
       personnel supervision. Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order material through the
       supply system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become familiar with
       applicable host nation and USAF safety directive and environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA
       regulations, NFPA standards and National Electric Code (NEC). Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or
       equivalent. Security Clearance. Shall have or be capable of obtaining a „U.S. Secret‟ security clearance.

       4.2.4.   Structural Work Leader:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of ten years experience as either a structural technician or metal fabrication
       technician. Five of those years shall include personnel supervision. Shall be experienced in directing functions such
       as inspection, operation, and maintenance of building systems. Qualification: Shall be able to read and interpret
       drawings and specifications, to order material through the supply system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs
       (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become familiar with applicable host nation and USAF environmental regulations.
       Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives, and NFPA standards. Shall have general
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       knowledge of structural construction and repair methods and procedures, nomenclature and use of building
       materials, carpentry, masonry, and metal fabrication techniques.

       4.2.5.   Mechanical Work Leader:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of ten years experience as a refrigeration and air-conditioning technician,
       heating systems technician, and controls systems technician. Five of those years shall be in personnel supervision.
       Shall be able to administer the industrial water treatment program for heating and cooling systems. Shall have
       experience in directing functions such as inspection, operation, and maintenance of mechanical systems.
       Qualifications: Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order material through the supply
       system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become familiar with applicable host
       nation and USAF environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives,
       and NFPA Standards. Shall be knowledgeable in the principle of HVAC/R systems; in control systems for
       HVAC/R; in combustion systems; in air and water balancing principles; thermodynamics, psychometrics, and the
       mathematics that apply to these systems; and shall have or be able to obtain refrigerant certification within six
       months of contract start date for the handling and use of refrigerant recovery equipment. Education: Shall be a
       high school graduate, or equivalent

       4.2.6.   Pavements and Construction Work Leader:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of ten years experience as either a pavements or construction equipment
       technician. Five of those years shall include personnel supervision. Shall be experienced in directing functions such
       as inspection, operation, and maintenance of pavement systems and construction equipment. Shall be able to
       perform operator maintenance inspections to determine condition and operational reliability of equipment and
       inspect, lubricate, and perform operator maintenance on construction equipment. Qualifications: Shall be able to
       determine type and application of equipment to use in various construction, maintenance and repair operations.
       Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order material through the supply system and
       IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order etc.). Shall become familiar with applicable host nation and
       USAF environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives, and NFPA
       standards. Education: Shall be a high school graduate or equivalent.

       4.2.7.   Mechanical Systems Technicians:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of eight years of experience inspecting, installing, operating, maintaining,
       repairing, troubleshooting and repairing HVAC/R systems, combustion equipment, hot water heater, boilers,
       industrial compressors, etc. Also, shall be able to diagnose, isolate, and repair systems malfunctions. Shall have
       experience in adjusting and calibrating systems for optimum efficiency. Qualifications: Shall be capable of
       conducting industrial water treatment tests for heating and cooling systems. Shall be able to perform facility survey
       and determine resource requirements (labor, material, tools, etc.), to prepare a simple cost estimates, and to
       coordinate work with other activities. Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order
       material through the supply system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become
       familiar with applicable host nation and USAF environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA
       regulations, USAF safety directives and NFPA Standards and shall have or be able to obtain refrigerant certification
       within six months of contract start date for the handling and use of refrigerant recovery equipment. Education:
       Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent.

       4.2.8.   Plumbing Systems Technicians:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of eight years of experience inspecting, installing, operating, maintaining,
       troubleshooting and repairing, plumbing fixtures, appurtenances, appliances, back flow prevention devices, fire
       suppression systems, etc. Also, shall be able to diagnose, isolate, and repair systems malfunctions. Shall have
       experience in adjusting and calibrating systems for optimum efficiency. Qualifications: Shall be able to perform
       facility survey and determine resource requirements (labor, material, tools, etc.), to prepare simple cost estimates,
       and to coordinate work with other activities. Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order
       material through the supply system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become
       familiar with applicable host nation and USAF environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA
       regulations, USAF safety directives, and NFPA standards. Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or
       equivalent.
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       4.2.9.    Electrical Systems Technicians:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of eight years of experience inspecting, installing, operating, maintaining,
       repairing, troubleshooting and repairing, interior electrical power distribution systems, components, equipment, etc.
       Also, shall be able to diagnose, isolate, and repair systems malfunctions. Shall have experience in adjusting and
       calibrating systems for optimum efficiency. Qualifications: Shall be able to perform facility survey and determine
       resource requirements (labor, material, tools, etc.), to prepare simple cost estimates, and to coordinate work with
       other activities. Shall be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, to order material through the supply
       system and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall be familiar with applicable host nation
       and USAF environmental regulations, OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives, applicable USAF and USAFE
       Civil Engineer directives (32 series) and NEC. Shall be proficient in rescue and resuscitation techniques for
       electrical shock victims. Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent.

       4.2.10.    Electric Power Production Technician (Mandatory):

       Experience: Shall have ten years experience directing functions such as operation, maintenance, repair and
       overhaul of electrical power production equipment and associated switch gear, exterior and interior electrical
       distribution systems, uninterrupted power supply, and aircraft arresting barriers. Shall be able to read and interpret
       drawings, specifications, schematic diagrams and technical publications, to order material through the supply system
       and IWIMS, to use IWIMS programs (RWP, Work Order, etc.). Shall become familiar with applicable host nation
       and USAF, safety directives and environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, NFPA
       standards and NEC. Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent and shall have completed courses in
       internal combustion engines and electrical generating equipment.

       4.2.11. Material Acquisition Clerk:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of five years of experience in the CE or Base Supply acquisition system to
       include working with base contracting and base supply; using IWIMS software CEMAS (program and software may
       vary); receiving, warehousing, and distributing material, tools, and equipment; storing hazardous material; managing
       vehicle, equipment, and material, etc. Qualifications: Shall become familiar with applicable host nation and USAF
       environmental regulations. Shall have knowledge of OSHA regulations, USAF safety directives, and NFPA
       standards. Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent

       4.2.12. Housing Referral Manager (Mandatory, may be dual hatted):

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of five years experience in managing Housing Management functions.
       Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent, with a minimum of two years of university level
       education in Business Administration or Management

       4.2.13. Furnishings Management Supervisor:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of five years experience in supply procedures and operations experience, two of
       same in supervisory status. Shall have a minimum of one year FMO experience. Education: Shall meet minimum
       qualifications of AFSC 2S071, Inventory Management Supervisor, as stated in AFMAN 36-2108, or equivalent.

       4.2.14.    Real Property and Lease Manager:

       Experience: Shall have a minimum of five years experience in Real Property Management associated with
       acquisition management and disposal of military real estate. Shall have knowledge of public laws including host
       country laws, legislature, jurisdiction, map reading, legal descriptions, appraisal, architecture, and negotiations.
       Education: Shall be a high school graduate, or equivalent.

       4.2.15. Employees shall meet the English and Turkish language proficiency levels indicated on the following
       table:

                                        Table of Personnel Language Proficiencies

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                                                              ENGLISH                              TURKISH
POSITION                                           READ       SPEAK   WRITE             READ       SPEAK WRITE
Management
Operations Chief (AN)                                  4            4          4           0            0          0
Records and Admin. Specialist                          4            4          4           3            3          3
Operations
Foreman, (AN)                                          4            4          4           2            2          2
Foreman, (TN)                                          3            3          3           4            4          4
Housing Manager                                        4            4          4           2            2          2
Production/Material Controller                         2            1          2           3            3          3
HVAC & Refrigeration Mechanic                          2            2          2           3            3          3
EPP Power/Generator Technician                         2            2          2           3            3          3
Electrician                                            1            1          1           3            3          3
Gardener/Laborer                                       1            1          1           3            3          3
Lead Janitor                                           2            2          2           3            3          3
Janitor                                                1            1          1           3            3          3
Janitor/Laborer                                        1            1          1           3            3          3
Carpenter/Woodworking                                  1            1          1           3            3          3
Laborer                                                1            1          1           3            3          3
Work leader                                            2            2          2           3            3          3

       4.2.16.      Personnel language proficiency. See Appendix F.

    4.3.     QUALITY CONTROL: See Appendix F.

    4.4.     QUALITY ASSURANCE. See Appendix F.

    4.5.     PHYSICAL SECURITY. See Appendix F.

    4.6. HOURS OF OPERATION. Normal duty hours that coincide with the operation. Any overtime deemed
    necessary must be approved in advance by the ACO.

       4.6.1.    Normal Hours. The contractor shall perform the services required under this contract during the following
       customer service hours: Monday to Friday from 0730 to 1630.

       4.6.2.     Recognized Holidays: Unless otherwise stated in this Performance Work Statement, the contractor is not
       required to provide service on the following days: U.S. employees on U.S. federal holidays and Turkish employees
       on Turkish national, general, and religious holidays.

       4.6.3.    Emergency, Contingency, Exercises, and/or Special Event Services: Contractor shall support emergency,
       contingency, exercises, and/or special events services when they occur outside of the hours stated in paragraph 4.6.1.

       4.6.4.       Special Requirements:

           4.6.4.1. The contractor shall provide service call and emergency response capability 24 hours a day, seven days
           per week.

           4.6.4.2. The contractor shall operate all utilities 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

           4.6.4.3. The contractor shall be able to perform some requirements, e.g., PMIs, HAZMAT responses, pest
           management, etc., that may be required to be accomplished after normal duty hours.

           4.6.4.4. The contractor shall be able to perform 24 hour operation for contingencies, actual or exercised, may
           require 24 hour operation of teams for support.




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           4.6.4.5. IWIMS customer service support shall be available during duty hours. The contractor shall adjust
           IWIMS operating hours to ensure O&M downtime does not conflict with established Government user access
           hours.

    4.7.     CONSERVATION OF UTILITIES. See Appendix F.

    4.8.     PLACE OF PERFORMANCE.

           4.8.1. The contractor shall perform the requirements of this contract at Ankara Support Facility (Balgat), and
           the Office of Defense Cooperation Turkey, 94 Ismet Inonu Bulvari, Ankara, Turkey and as dispatched in Ankara
           or sent TDY under official orders

           4.8.2. The contractor shall perform the requirements of this PWS at the above referenced locations in Ankara,
           Turkey. All references in this PWS shall extend to the agencies listed below. The listing can change during the
           life of the contract:

      Office of Defense Cooperation Turkey (ODC–T)                     Turkish Liaison Office (TLO)
      Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS)                  Defense Fuel Region Europe (DFRE)
      Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI)               Ankara Support Facilities (ASF)
      Army – Air Force Exchange System (AAFES)

    4.9.     RECORDS. See Appendix F.




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                                               WORKLOAD ESTIMATES

1. VARIATIONS IN WORKLOAD. SEE APPENDIX F.

   1.1. Symbols used in this TE:              SYMBOL FACILITIES

                                                ODC      =    ODC-T
                                                ASF      =    Balgat

2. WORKLOAD ESTIMATES.

   2.1. SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ANKARA "COMMUNITY." (TO INCLUDE ODC-T)

     2.1.1. The workload estimates below are intended to provide day-to-day operations (maintenance and repair) support to
     the Ankara Support Facility and ODC-T. Workload estimates do not reflect maintenance and repair requirements for
     unoccupied/unused facilities at Balgat. These facilities are in "caretaker" status, with all utilities, windows and doors
     secured and winterized. The workload factors listed below reflect only those within the capability of the Ankara
     community TBMC work force. Workload factors, to include minor construction and major repairs that require Incirlik
     "Hub Support" through an ISSA or other agreements, are also included below.

         FUNCTION                                            DESCRIPTION                                            ODC        ASF
           4404                                   Real Estate and Costing Accounting
             1           Real estate and cost accounting. Facility square feet. Total Feet under real property        0        153
                         code. (In thousands of SF):
              2          Line items on HAF-LEE (AR) 7115                                                              0        122
             4406                                         Housing Management
              1          Population supported (Military, US Citizens, Exclusive dependents)                          37         76
              2          Average annual turn-over of leased military family housing:                                 39         0
              3          Average number of housing contracts(BPA) on the economy                                     4          1
              4          Average annual number of field trips to show new assignees local housing                    0         238
              5          Average annual Temporary Housing Allowance (TLA) accounts:
                         Incoming total (all organizations):                                                          0        102
                         Departing total (all organizations)                                                          0         17
               6         Total number of family housing units                                                         0         0
               7         Average number of total housing contracts terminated on the economy                          0         0
               8         Establish, negotiate, verify, and terminate utility contracts and accounts for personnel     0        590
                         residing in military and non-military leased housing units (account actions per year):
              9          GSO work orders per year                                                                    600        0
             4411                                        Financial Management:
              1          Average number of AF Form 9's Processed (Service Contracts):                                 1         6
              2          Average annual number of contract work orders and change orders processed:                   0         5
             4425            Fire Protection (includes 4425, 4426, 4427) (service provided by Incirlik):
              1          Square feet of protected floor space (In Thousands of SF)                                    0        43
              2          Installed Systems:
                         Overhead Sprinkler systems:                                                                  0         2
                         Interior manual fire alarm systems:                                                          1         6
                         Automatic fire detection systems:                                                            1         7
                         Halon 1301 systems:                                                                          0         0
                         Other fire systems                                                                           0         0




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         FUNCTION                                         DESCRIPTION                                      ODC         ASF
             3           Fire Extinguishers
                         Water:                                                                               0        24
                         Halon:                                                                               0        0
                         Dry Chemical:                                                                        0        64
              4          Average number of quarterly fire prevention inspections:                             1        1
              5          Average quarterly base populace training (as req‟d)                                 10        10
             4436                                  PRODUCTION CONTROL:
              1          AF Form 332, Work Orders; AF Form 332 Change Orders; AF
                         Form 1879, job Orders processed per year:
                         General
                         Routine                                                                            345       488
                         Urgent                                                                              11        9
                         Emergency                                                                            4        3
                         Interior Electric/Fire Alarm Repairs
                         Routine                                                                            101       188
                         Urgent                                                                              12        13
                         Emergency                                                                            1        3
                         HVAC, Freezer and refer repairs
                         Routine                                                                             45        53
                         Urgent                                                                               1        1
                         Emergency                                                                            0        0
             2           Average number of bench stock items maintained annually                              0        0
            4437                                           PLANNING
             1           Number of work requests/job orders and change orders per month:                     0         0
             2           Number of buildings to be listed and inspected on facility survey schedule:         4         16
            4438                                     MATERIAL CONTROL
             1           Average monthly number of appliances received:                                      0         0
             2           Annual number of bench stock items maintained:                                      0         0
         4441 / 4442                  EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS AND PAVEMENTS
                                                    (Including Snow Removal):
               1         Square yards of surfaced area roads, sidewalks, parking, etc. (In Thousand SY):
                         Roads:                                                                              0         11
                         Sidewalk:                                                                           0         6
                         Parking:                                                                            0         15
                         Driveway:                                                                           0         3
             4443                                 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE:
              1          Months of growing season:                                                          NA         8
              2          Area required for maintenance:
                         Acres of Improved Grounds                                                           0         18
                         Acres of Semi-Improved Grounds                                                      0         0
                         Acres of Un-Improved Grounds                                                        0         0
              4          Number of pieces of equipment and attachments on CA/CRL Accounts                    0         17
              5          Number of pest control work request                                                 4         23
             4451                               STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE:
              1          Equivalent square feet of maintenance surface (thousand SF):                        57       206
              2          Square feet of floors which need refinishing (thousand SF):                          0        13
              3          Square feet of pavement which require marking (thousand SF):                         0        13
              4          Average turn-grounds of leased housing units monthly:                                2         0
              5          Average turn-ground of leased housing units monthly during peak season (Jun,         0         0
                         Jul, Aug)):



                                           ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                 35
                                             APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                        TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 1 – Workload Estimates
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                      Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                     Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                    Modification No. P00079


         FUNCTION                                          DESCRIPTION                                        ODC         ASF
            4452                                    PROTECTIVE COATING:
              1           Equivalent square feet of paintable surface area (thousand SF):                       57       206
              2           Annual floor refinishing (thousand SF):                                                0        0
            4453                                            PLUMBING:
              1           Total linear feet of water and sewer mains (thousand SF):                              0        10
              2           Total buildings being serviced (thousand SF):                                         57       148
            4454                                          SHEET METAL:
              1           Weighted square feet of area serviced (thousand SF)                                   0         32
            4455                                            MASONRY:
              1           Total Floor space serviced (thousand SF):                                             0        167
            4461                        REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING:
              1           Total floor space serviced (thousand SF)                                              57        39
              2           Number of Window A/C                                                                 30/6     96/12
              3           Number of Exhaust Fans to clean semi-annually                                         12        2
              5           Appliances, domestic (all)                                                                      15
              6           Ice Plant/Cold Storage Plant (Tons)                                                   0        120
            4462                          LIQUID FUELS SYSTEM MAINTENANCE:
              1           Storage facilities for POL (thousands of Gallons):                                    0         0
            4463                                       HEATING SYSTEMS:
              1           Total floor space serviced (thousand SF):                                             57       133
              2           Total unmanned heating capacity (Mbtu‟s)                                               4        8
              3           Appliance domestic electric                                                            0        0
            4471                                      INTERIOR ELECTRIC:
              1           Total floor space serviced (Thousand SF):                                             57       151
              2           Number of building serviced                                                            3        19
              3           Domestic electric appliances                                                           3        27
            4472                                     EXTERIOR ELECTRIC:
              1           Total KVA of all substations:                                                          0      1600
              2           Number of street lamps:                                                                0        34
              3           Total square feet (thousands) of floor space of building receiving electrical         57       133
                          service (*Only those building operational)
             4480                                    POWER PRODUCTION:
              1           Unmanned emergency diesel generators:                                               3/485     7/890
                                Number of units                                                                 0         0
                                KVA (Kilo-Volt-Amps or KWatts)                                                  0         0
              2           Unmanned emergency gasoline generators:                                               0         0
              3           Number of generator plants requiring depot level maintenance                          0         0
              4           Generators in manned plants                                                           0         0
              5           Automatic Transfer panels:                                                            2         7
             4491                                 WATER AND WASTEWATER:
              1           Distribution pumps in water system:                                                   2         0
              2           Water storage capacity (Thousand Gal):                                                0         0
              3           Active wells in use:                                                                  0         0
              4           Pumps in Water treatment plant                                                        0         0
              5           Pumps in Sewage plant lift stations                                                   0         0
              6           Water Treated annually (Mil Gal)                                                      0         0
              7           Number of septic plant lift stations:                                                 0         0
                                Capacity (Thousand Gal)                                                         0         0
               9          Number of water purifiers and softeners:                                              0         0
               10         Potable water required weekly (Thousand Gal)                                          0         0




                                           ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                     36
                                             APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                        TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 1 – Workload Estimates
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                     Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                    Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                   Modification No. P00079


         FUNCTION                                         DESCRIPTION                                        ODC        ASF
             11           Total linear feet (thousands) of water and sewer mains                              0         10
             12           Equivalent square feet of paintable surface area (Thousand of square feet)          1         0
            4492                                          SANITATION:
             1            Required refuse collection per month (Cubic Yards)                                   0        143
            4494                                FURNISHINGS MANAGEMENT:
             1            Number of family loaner sets:                                                        0         15
             2            Number of family permanent issue sets:                                              57         40
             3            Number of unaccompanied loaner sets:                                                 0         10
             4            Number of unaccompanied permanent issue sets:                                        0         10
             5            Space heaters, electric                                                              0         0
             6            Smoke detectors:                                                                    125       100
             7            Average pickup and deliveries per month                                              5         8
             8            UV Water Purifiers                                                                  38         0
             9            Air Purifiers                                                                       150        0




                                           ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                   37
                                             APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                        TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 1 – Workload Estimates
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work               Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                              Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                             Modification P00079


                                       TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2

                                         REQUIRED REPORTS
                          DD FORMS 1423, CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENT LIST and
                                DATA ITEM DESCRIPTIONS ARE ATTACHED.

1.    ORGANIZATION
2.    SAFETY
3.    PROCEDURES MANUALS
4.    GOVERNMENT RECORDS
5.    TE UPDATES
6.    HOST TENANT SUPPORT AGREEMENT
7.    MOUs and ISSAs
8.    LABOR ANALYSIS REPORTS
9.    COMPARE REIMBURSEMENT
10.   REIMBURSABLE COST REPORT
11.   MAINTENANCE ACTION SHEETS
12.   IN-SERVICE WORK PLAN
13.   OZONE DEPLETEING SUBSTANCES REPORT
14.   EMERGENCY GENERATOR INVENTORY
15.   FMO BUDGET REQUESTS
16.   WATER UTILITY OPERATION LOG




                                           ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                             38
                                             APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                         TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2 – Required Reports
                 Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                                                                                                       Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                                                                                                                       Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Modification No. P00079
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Form Approved
                                             CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                     OMB No. 0704-0188

Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 440 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data
needed, and complying and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate to any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to
Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and
Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project (0704-0188), Washington, DC 20503. Please DO NOT RETURN your form to either of these addresses. Send completed form to the Government Issuing Contracting Officer for the
Contract/PR No. listed in Block E.
A. CONTRACT LINE ITEM NO.                                                       B. EXHIBIT                                              C. CATEGORY:
                                                                                TE 2                                       TDP                                                  TM                                              OTHER   x
D. SYSTEM/ITEM                                                                                            E. CONTRACT/PR NO.                                                   F. CONTRACTOR
TBMC
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                       2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                                17 .PRICE GROUP


J301                                                   Organizational Chart
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                    5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                     8. REQURING OFFICE                                              18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              TOTAL PRICE

                                                                                                                para 1.1.3.                                                                39 CONS/LGCX                                                   NSP


7. DD 250 REQ                                        9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                          See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                 As required
8. APP CODE                                                                                      11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                      FINAL
                                                                                                                                          SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           DRAFT        Reg       Repro
                                                 Contract Start
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit draft within 30 calendar days after contract start date, final                                                                                                 39 CES/CEQ                                   1
10 calendardays after approval, and 7 calendar days after any changes.
10calendar days after approval, and 7 calendar days after any changes.                                                                                                                      HQ USAFE/CEC                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                            15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                       2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                                17 .PRICE GROUP

J302                                                   Safety Program
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                    5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                     8. REQURING OFFICE                                              18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NSPTOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                para 1.1.5.2.                                                             39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                        9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                          See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                 As required
8. APP CODE                                                                                      11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                      FINAL
                                                                                                                                          SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           DRAFT        Reg       Repro
                                                                                                 Contract Start
          Block 12: Submit draft within 30 calendar days after contract start date, final
16. REMARKS                                                                                                                                                                                 39 CES/CEQ                                   1
10calendar days after approval, and 7 calendar days after any changes.
10 calendar days after approval, and 7 calendar days after any changes.                                                                                                                     HQ USAFE/CEC                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                            15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                       2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                                17 .PRICE GROUP

J303                                                   Procedures Manual
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                    5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                     8. REQURING OFFICE                                              18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NSPTOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                para 1.1.6.                                                                39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                        9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                          See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                 As required
8. APP CODE                                                                                      11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                      FINAL
                                                                                                                                          SUBMISSION                                                                       DRAFT        Reg       Repro
                                                 Contract Start
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit draft within 60 calendar days after contract start date, final                                                                                                 39 CES/CEQ                                   1
10calendar days after approval, and within 30 calendar days of notice of deficiencies.
form for approval. Submit changes 7 calendar days after any changes.                                                                                                                        39 CONS/LGCX                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                            HQUSAFE/CEV                                  1
                                                                                                                                                                                            15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         3
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                       2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                                17 .PRICE GROUP

J304                                                   Government Records, Documents & Other Info
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                    5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                     8. REQURING OFFICE                                              18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NSPTOTAL PRICE
AFMAN 37-127                                                                                                    para 1.1.7.5                                                               39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                        9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                          See Block 16                                                                              b. COPIES
                                                                                                 Annually
8. APP CODE                                                                                      11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                      FINAL
                                                                                                                                          SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           DRAFT        Reg       Repro
                                                 Contract Start
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit a listing of government records, documents, etc. no later.                                                                                                     39 CES/CEQ                                   1
than 15 working days at end of each FY.
                                                                                                                                                                                            15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1
G. PREPARED BY                                                                             H. DATE                            I. APPROVED BY                                                                              J. DATE
MSgt Larkin                                                                                31 Mar 2002                        Maj Joel Burnias                                                                            31 Mar 2002




                                                                                                       ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                                                                                       39
                                                                                                         APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                                                                                     TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2 – Required Reports
                 Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                                                                                                       Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                                                                                                                       Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Modification No. P00079

                                                                                                                                                                                               Form Approved
                                            CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                    OMB No. 0704-0188

Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 440 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data
needed, and complying and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate to any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to
Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and
Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project (0704-0188), Washington, DC 20503. Please DO NOT RETURN your form to either of these addresses. Send completed form to the Government Issuing Contracting Officer for the
Contract/PR No. listed in Block E.
A. CONTRACT LINE ITEM NO.                                                    B. EXHIBIT                                               C. CATEGORY:
                                                                             TE 2                                        TDP                                                  TM                                            OTHER    x
D. SYSTEM/ITEM                                                                                          E. CONTRACT/PR NO.                                                   F. CONTRACTOR
TBMC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      17 .PRICE GROUP
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE
J305                                                 TEs1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Updates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      18. ESTIMATED
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                  5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             TOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NSP
                                                                                                              Appendix J, para 1.2.2.7.                                                  39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                        See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                               Annually
8. APP CODE                                                                                    11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                    FINAL
                                                                                                                                        SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT      Reg       Repro
                                                        Contract Start
16. REMARKS          Block 12: Submit by 30 August of each year.                                                                                                                          39 CES/CEQ                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                          HQ USAFE/CEC                               1
                                                                                                                                                                                          39 CONS/LGCX                               1
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      17 .PRICE GROUP
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE
J306                                                 Host Tenant Support Agreement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      18. ESTIMATED
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                  5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                                 TOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NSP
AFI 25-201, AFI 32-9005                                                                                        para 1.2.3.8.                                                           39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                        See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                               As required
8. APP CODE                                                                                    11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                    FINAL
                                                                                                                                        SUBMISSION                                                                       DRAFT      Reg       Repro



16. REMARKS          Block 12: Submit only when directed by the ACO.                                                                                                                      39 CES/CEQ                                 1


                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      17 .PRICE GROUP
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE
J307                                                 MOUs, ISSAs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      18. ESTIMATED
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                  5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                                 TOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NSP
AFI 25-201, AFI 32-9005                                                                                        para 1.2.3.8.                                                             39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                        See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                               As required
8. APP CODE                                                                                    11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                    FINAL
                                                                                                                                        SUBMISSION                                                                       DRAFT      Reg       Repro
                                                        Contract Start
16. REMARKS          Block 12: Submit only when directed by the ACO.                                                                                                                      39 CES/CEQ                                 1


                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      17 .PRICE GROUP
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE
J308                                                 Labor Analysis Report
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      18. ESTIMATED
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                  5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                                 TOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NSP
AFI 32-9005                                                                                                    para 1.2.3.1.                                                             39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                           10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                      14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                        See Block 16                                                                              b. COPIES
                                                                                               Quarterly
8. APP CODE                                                                                    11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                            a. ADDRESSEE                                    FINAL
                                                                                                                                        SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT      Reg       Repro
                                              Contract Start        See Block 16
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit NLT 30 calendar days after contract start date..                                                                                                             HQ USAFE/CEP                               1
Block 13: Submit NLT the 7th day of beginning of each quarter.                                                                                                                            39 CES/CEQ                                  1
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2
G. PREPARED BY                                                                             H. DATE                                     I. APPROVED BY                                                                  J. DATE
MSgt Larkin                                                                                31 Mar 2002                                 Maj Joel Burnias                                                                31 Mar 2002




                                                                                                       ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                                                                                     40
                                                                                                         APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                                                                                     TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2 – Required Reports
                  Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                                                                                                       Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                                                                                                                        Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Modification No. P00079

                                                                                                                                                                                               Form Approved
                                            CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                    OMB No. 0704-0188

Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 440 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data
needed, and complying and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate to any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to
Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and
Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project (0704-0188), Washington, DC 20503. Please DO NOT RETURN your form to either of these addresses. Send completed form to the Government Issuing Contracting Officer for the
Contract/PR No. listed in Block E.
A. CONTRACT LINE ITEM NO.                                                    B. EXHIBIT                                               C. CATEGORY:
                                                                             TE 2                                       TDP                                                   TM                                            OTHER    x
D. SYSTEM/ITEM                                                                                         E. CONTRACT/PR NO.                                                    F. CONTRACTOR
TBMC
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE GROUP

J309                                                 Compare Reimbursement
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL PRICE
                                                                                                                para 1.2.4.1.                                                            39 WG/FM
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16                                                                              b. COPIES
                                                                                                As Required
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT       Reg       Repro



16. REMARKS          Block 12: Submit IAW para 1.2.5.21.                                                                                                                                  39 WG/FM                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                                          39 CES/CEQ                                  1
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2
                                                                                                                      H. DATE                                   I. APPROVED BY                                                  J. DATE
G. PREPARED BY

1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE GROUP


J310                                                 Reimbursable Costs Report                                                                                               PCN: SF 100-451
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSP
AFM 171-200 Vol II D                                                                                           para 1.2.6.                                                               39 WG/FM
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                Quarterly
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                               FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16
          Block 12: Submit 30 days after contract start date.
16. REMARKS                                                                                                                                                                               39 WG/FM                                    1
Block 13: Submit NLT 7th day of beginning of each quarter.                                                                                                                                39 CES/CEQ                                  1

                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE GROUP

J311                                                 Maintenance Action Sheet
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL
AFI 32-1031                                                                                                    para 1.5.1.                                                              39 CES/CEQ                                                     PRICE


7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  b. COPIES
                                                                                                Annually                                 See Block 16
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION                                                                      DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                   See Block 16
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit IAW 1.5.1, 120 calendar days after contract start date.                                                                                                      39 CES/CEQ                                  1
Block 13: Submit annually after first approved submission.
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE GROUP

J312                                                 In-Service Work Plan                                                                                                    PCNSF-100-369
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL
AFM 161-200 Vol II C                                                                                            para 1.5.2.7.                                                            39 CES/CEQ                                                    PRICE


7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                Monthly
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION                                                                      DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16
          Block 12: Submit 30 calendar days after contract start date.
16. REMARKS                                                                                                                                                                               39 CES/CEQ                                  1
Block 13: Submit not later than (NLT) the 8 th of each month following the first
approved submission.
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1
G. PREPARED BY                                                                                  H. DATE                                 I. APPROVED BY                                                                  J. DATE
MSgt Larkin                                                                                     31 Mar 2002                             Maj Joel Burnias                                                                31 Mar 2002


                                                                                                        ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                                                                                   41
                                                                                                          APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                                                                                      TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2 – Required Reports
                  Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                                                                                                       Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                                                                                                                        Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Modification No. P00079
                                                                                                                                                                                               Form Approved
                                            CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                    OMB No. 0704-0188

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needed, and complying and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate to any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to
Department of Defense, Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202-4302, and to the Office of Management and
Budget, Paperwork Reduction Project (0704-0188), Washington, DC 20503. Please DO NOT RETURN your form to either of these addresses. Send completed form to the Government Issuing Contracting Officer for the
Contract/PR No. listed in Block E.
A. CONTRACT LINE ITEM NO.                                                    B. EXHIBIT                                               C. CATEGORY:
                                                                             TE 2                                       TDP                                                  TM                                             OTHER    x
D. SYSTEM/ITEM                                                                                         E. CONTRACT/PR NO.                                                    F. CONTRACTOR
TBMC
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GROUP
J313                                                 Ozone Depleting Substances Report
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL
FGS                                                                                                             para 1.5.8.2.                                                            39 CES/CEQ                                                    PRICE


7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16                                                                              b. COPIES
                                                                                                As Required
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16
16. REMARKS         Block 12: Submit NLT 60 calendar days after contract start date                                                                                                       39 CES/CEQ                                 1
                    Block 13: Submit as required by HQ USAFE/CEO/CEV/CEF.                                                                                                                 USAFE/CEO                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                                          USAFE/CEF                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3
                                                                                                                      H. DATE                                   I. APPROVED BY                                                  J. DATE
G. PREPARED BY

1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GROUP

J314                                                 Emergency Generator Inventory
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSP
AFI 32-1063                                                                                                    para 1.5.10.13.                                                           39 CES/CEQ
7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                         See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES
                                                                                                Annually
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                               FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                                                Contract Start                           See Block 16
          Block 12: Submit as required by 39 CES/CEQ NLT 30 calendar days after
16. REMARKS                                                                                                                                                                               USAFE/CEV                                   1
                    Contract start.                                                                                                                                                       39 CES/CEQ                                  1
 Bock 13: Submit annually after first approved submission
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GROUP
J315                                                 Budget (Furnishings Management)
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL
AFI 32-6004                                                                                                    para 1.6.2.                                                              39 CES/CEQ                                                     PRICE


7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  b. COPIES
                                                                                                Annually                                 See Block 16
8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION                                                                      DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                    See Block 16
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit NLT 60 calendar days after contract start.                                                                                                                   39 CES/CEQ                                  1
Block 13: Submit annually after first approved submission as required by 39 CES/CEQ
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1
1. DATA ITEM NO.                                     2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                   3. SUBTITLE                                                               17 .PRICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GROUP
J316                                                 Water Utility Operation Log
4. AUTHORITY (Data Acquisition Document No.)                                                                   5. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                    8. REQURING OFFICE                                             18. ESTIMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NSPTOTAL
AFI 32-1067                                                                                                    Para. 1.5.11.2.                                                          HQ USAFE/CECE                                                  PRICE


7. DD 250 REQ                                      9. DIST STATEMENT                            10. FREQUENCY                            12. DATE OF FIRST SUBMISSION                     14          DISTRIBUTION
                                                                                                Monthly                                  See Block 16                                                                             b. COPIES

8. APP CODE                                                                                     11. AS OF DATE                           13. DATE OF SUBSEQUENT                           a. ADDRESSEE                                     FINAL
                                                                                                                                         SUBMISSION                                                                      DRAFT       Reg       Repro
                                                                           See Block 16
16. REMARKS Block 12: Submit NLT 30 calendar days after the contract start date                                                                                                           HQ USAFE/CECE                                1
Block 13: Submit NLT the 20th of each month following the first approved submission
                                                                                                                                                                                          15. TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1
G. PREPARED BY                                                                                  H. DATE                                   I. APPROVED BY                                                                J. DATE
MSgt Larkin                                                                                     31 Mar 2002                               Maj Joel Burnias                                                              31 Mar 2002



                                                                                                        ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                                                                                   42
                                                                                                          APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                                                                                                      TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2 – Required Reports
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                        Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                       Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                      Modification P00079
                                                 TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3

                            CUSTODIAL SERVICES – TASKS & FREQUENCIES

    1.1.   CUSTODIAL SERVICES Tasks and Frequency

            1.1.1. This TE outlines policies and procedures for performing custodial services. The cleaning frequencies
listed herein are mandatory, unless specifically directed otherwise in writing from the QAP through the contracting officer

            1.1.2. The contractor shall furnish custodial services that meet the standards specified in the following
custodial service tasks. The service shall be performed at the following places:

    1.2.   SCHOOLS, ADMINISTRATIVE, and OTHER FACILITIES

            1.2.1. The contracting officer reserves the right to change areas to be serviced so long as total unit of measure
is not increased and the service is confined to the respective air base proper. The contracting officer will provide 10 days
notice and will clearly define the new area to be serviced.

           1.2.2.   SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

                   1.2.2.1.    The custodial services personnel shall have an assigned supervisor who is fluent in both
English and Turkish, and able to provide instructions and information.

                     1.2.2.2.    SCHOOLS: Contractor shall provide at least one person at the schools for eight hours during
the school year providing cleaning services such as cleaning of lunch room, latrines, water fountains, spot-cleaning,
replenishing paper dispensers, and re-supplying Rest rooms as required. All other services shall be accomplished after the
last scheduled activity of the date in that area, or before classes normally commence the next day. The schools should be
cleaned throughout before the first day of school after the summer, spring and Christmas breaks. Cleaning shall include all
restrooms, shampoo carpets, windows and light fixtures. Support school functions and special events (such as
commencement ceremonies) approximately ten times per year. Setup and breakdown of tables and chairs as required by the
principal of the school. Clean up after each function.

                   1.2.2.3. ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER AREAS. Services shall be provided during regular duty
hours (0730–1630), Monday through Friday.

                                   1.2.2.3.1.   The contractor shall formulate an operating procedure which shall:
                                                Ensure maximum reliability of service and sanitation
                                                Eliminate hazards to life, health, and property.
                                                Reduce the number of repairs
                                                Ensure that cleaning equipment is properly utilized

                                  1.2.2.3.2.    Prepare and maintain a schedule of services in the facility. The contractor shall
provide, as a minimum, single line floor plans of each facility serviced. Each floor plan shall include, but not be limited to:
facility number, days facility is serviced, areas identified on floor plan where service is to be performed, and square footage
of area of performance. This floor plan shall be updated within five work days anytime there is a change in the performance
area or level of service. One copy of each floor plan shall be provided to the FAC and one shall be posted in the facility
serviced.

                                   1.2.2.3.3.   The following are the FREQUENCY CODES for the main areas where
custodial services are required:
                                                 D   –   daily
                                                2D   –   twice daily
                                                3D   –   3 times daily
                                                 W   –   weekly
                                                2W   –   twice weekly
                                                3W   –   3 times weekly
                                       ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                          43
                                         APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                             TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3 – Custodial Services – Tasks & Frequencies
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                    Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                                   Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                                  Modification No. P00079
                                           4W     –    4 times weekly
                                           W2     –    every 2 weeks
                                            M     –    monthly
                                           M2     –    every 2 months
                                           M3     –    every 3 months
                                           M6     –    every 6 months
                                            Y     –    yearly
                                           4Y     –    4 times a year
                                           AR     –    as required
                                          MWF     –    Monday, Wednesday, Friday

                               1.2.2.3.4.     Window Cleaning: Windows shall be cleaned inside and outside. Removal of
fingerprints and smudges on doors and windows shall be accomplished daily or as required in this TE. The staff civil
engineer may direct additional cleaning if the windows are exceedingly dirty. Exceptions to this requirement are:

                               1.2.2.3.5.   Windows at all schools shall be cleaned prior to the commencement of the
school year, during Christmas break, Spring Break, and at the end of the school year.

    1.3.   Custodial Frequency Schedules:

           1.3.1.   SCHOOLS, Main Building 2026 – 53,981 SF; Gym, Bldg 2027 – 15,085 SF

           Classrooms
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, radiators, chalk trays                           W
           Blackboards, wash                                                                   W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                             D
           Spot – clean walls, woodwork, carpet                                               AR
           Wash furniture                                                                     M3

           Floor Maintenance
           Sweep/dry mop                                                                        D
           Wet mop                                                                              W

           Carpets
           Vacuum                                                                              D
           Shampoo                                                                            M3
           Clean and disinfect wash basins                                                     D
           Clean, disinfect, and polish water fountains                                        D
           Wash and dust all lights and fixtures and wash Venetian blinds                     M6
           Venetian blinds dusted                                                             2M
           Windows and screens washed                                                         4Y
           Movement of furniture, text books, supplies, and replace light
           bulbs and fluorescent tubes                                                        AR

           Library
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                    W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                             D
           Spot – clean walls and woodwork                                                    AR
           Wash furniture                                                                     M3
           Clean wash basins                                                                   D
           Floor maintenance                                                                   W

           Toilets, Restrooms (all)
           Wash tile walls                                                                      W
           Sweep floors                                                                         D
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                     W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                              D

                                      ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                       44
                                        APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                            TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3 – Custodial Services – Tasks & Frequencies
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                               Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                              Modification No. P00079
           Wash woodwork                                                                    W
           Wash floors with hot water, soap, and disinfect                                  D
           Wash and disinfect toilet bowls and seats                                        D
           Wash mirrors                                                                     D
           Wash and scrub with hot water, soap and disinfect all urinals                    D
           Polish all water taps and all other chrome fixtures                              W
           As required, clean, replace towels, paper, soap, etc                            2D

           Teachers’ Lounge
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                W
           Empty waste receptacles/ashtrays                                                D
           Spot – clean walls and all wood work                                           AR
           Wash furniture                                                                 M3
           Clean wash basin                                                                D
           Clean and disinfect toilet bowel seat                                           D
           Replace towels, paper, soap, etc.                                              AR
           Rest room(s), wet mop and disinfect floors                                      D
           Floor maintenance                                                               W

           Dispensary
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                         D
           Spot–clean walls and wall woodwork                                             AR
           Wash furniture                                                                 M3
           Clean wash basin                                                                D

           Hallways/Stairways
           Sweep and dust mop stairs                                                       D
           Wet mop stairs                                                                  W
           Spot – clean walls and woodwork                                                AR
           Dust coat racks                                                                 W
           Wash and polish water fountains                                                 W
           Indoor glass doors cleaned                                                      D
           Dust picture frames, bulletin boards, coat racks                                W

           Administrative Offices
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                         D
           Spot – clean walls and woodwork                                                AR
           Wash furniture during Christmas and summer vacations                           M6

           Supply and Storage Rooms
           Sweep and dust mop floors                                                       W
           Dust                                                                            W
           Spot – clean walls and woodwork                                                AR
           Insure rooms are clear of trash                                                 D

           School Grounds
           Sweep Sidewalks                                                                2W
           Police area                                                                     D
           Remove snow and mud from entry walks                                           AR

           General for All Rooms and Hallways
           Windows and screens washed                                                     4Y
           Venetian blinds dusted                                                         M2
           Venetian blinds washed                                                         M6
           Wash and dust all lights and fixtures                                          M6

                                      ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                   45
                                        APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                            TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3 – Custodial Services – Tasks & Frequencies
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                               Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                              Modification No. P00079
           Movement of furniture, textbooks, supplies and replacement
           of light bulbs and fluorescent lamps                                           AR
           Refill Water Cooler Bottles                                                    AR

           Carpets
           Vacuum                                                                          D
           Spot – clean                                                                   AR
           Shampoo                                                                        M3

           Lunch room, gym area
           Clean dining furniture                                                          D
           Dust all furniture, window ledges, and radiators                                W
           Empty waste receptacles                                                         D
           Spot – clean walls and woodwork                                                AR
           Wash furniture and disinfect (including dining furniture)                      M6
           Floor maintenance                                                               W
           Wash Furniture (excluding dining furniture)                                    M3
           Special Requirements Cleaner                                         8 hr/day, 5W

           1.3.2.   ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER AREAS:

           Sweep Floors/Stairways                                                         3W
           Mop Floors/Stairways                                                           3W
           Buff Floors                                                                    4Y
           Maintain/Strip Floors                                                           Y
           Vacuum Carpet/Stairways                                                        2W
           Shampoo Carpet                                                                 M3
           Empty Office Trash Cans                                                         W
           Clean Walk – Off Mats                                                           W
           Dusting                                                                         W
           Clean Interior Glass and Blinds                                                 Y
           Clean Exterior Windows                                                          Y

           Restrooms
           Wash water closets (toilets), urinals and disinfect                             D
           Wash and dry basin and/or sinks                                                 D
           Wash tile – walls                                                               W
           Wash and dry walls, partitions and woodwork                                    M2
           Sweep floors                                                                    D
           Wet mop and disinfect floors                                                    D
           Dust window ledges                                                              W
           Empty wastepaper baskets                                                        D
           Wash mirrors                                                                   3W
           Polish water taps and all other chrome fixtures                                 W
           Clean and fill paper dispensers                                                AR
           Check to ensure to replace towels, paper and soap                               D
           Wash and disinfect walls and floors of shower facilities                       3W

           Fitness Center
           Sweep or dust mop (dry clean)                                                  2W
           Wet mop                                                                         W
           Wax and buff                                                                   M6

           Latrines and fixtures
           Water closets and urinals wash                                                    D
           Wash basins and/or sinks, wash and dry                                            W
           Floors, wet mop and disinfect                                                     D

                                      ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                   46
                                        APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                            TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3 – Custodial Services – Tasks & Frequencies
Part I – Section C – Description/Specifications/Statement of Work                Contract No. F61521 – 03 – C – 5400
                                                                               Solicitation No. F61521 – 03 – R – 5010
                                                                                              Modification No. P00079
           Dispensers, paper, fill and clean                                               D
           Drinking fountains, wash                                                        D
           Mirrors, wash, dry, and polish                                                  D
           Descale toilet bowls and urinals                                               AR

           Shower facility
           Wash and Disinfect Floors                                                       D
           Wash and Disinfect Walls                                                        D
           Wash and Disinfect Ceilings                                                    2W

           Miscellaneous
           Walls, partitions, woodwork, spot – clean                                      AR
           Entrances, sweep and mop                                                        D
           Sand urns, clean                                                               AR
           Paper drinking cups, replenish                                                 AR
           Water bottle at the electric coolers, change when empty
           or as required to keep the water fresh                                         2W
           Remove snow and mud from entry walks                                           AR

           FAC #           FAC DESCRIPTION                                           NET SF

           Schools:                                                    TOTAL SQ FT 80,588
           2026            G.C. Marshall School (K–12)                             56,123
           2027            G.C. Marshall School Shower–Locker Rooms                18,465
           2029            G.C. Marshall School Library                             6,000

          1.3.3. ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER AREAS, Ankara Support Facility (ASF).
Maintain administrative and other areas in accordance with HQ USAFE Service Contract Standards for Custodial and
Grounds Maintenance, dated 3 Jul 2002.

           FAC #           FAC DESCRIPTION                                           NET SF

Admin / Other:                                                         TOTAL SQ FT 16,612

           2018            ASF Command-Admin                                           10,129
           2075            ASF–TMO Customer Service Area – Auto                           843
           2080            ASF–TMO Air Freight Warehouse                       4,487 (Vacant)
           2621            ASF–BCE Admin/Site Health Clinic                             5,640

Special Services:                                                      TOTAL SQ FT 17,278

           2026            ASF Community Library                                        1,491
           2081            ASF North Park Latrine                                         217
           2307            ASF Athletic Field Latrine                                     185
           2431            ASF North Park Kitchen & Pavilion
                           (during warm season)                                         2,735
           2433            ASF Chapel                                                   1,927

Fitness Center
Maintain in accordance with USAFE Golden Eagle Standards for Fitness Center.




                                      ATTACHMENT 1 – Statement of Work                                                   47
                                        APPENDIX J3 – Civil Engineering
                            TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3 – Custodial Services – Tasks & Frequencies

								
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