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									Draft Statement of Work

The Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA (MCRD) is required to provide washers
and dryers for the use of the Recruits and the Permanent Personnel living in the barracks.
The Government requires all appliances on MCRD be provided by the vendor. The
vendor must also provide continual maintenance on the washers and dryers.

A.2 DESCRIPTION/SPECIFICATIONS WORK STATEMENT

A.2.1 Scope of Work. The contractor shall furnish all labor, supervision, tools, materials,
equipment, and transportation necessary to provide and maintain the washers and dryers
in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications, as shown below. The intent of this
contract is a continually functioning washer and dryer system for Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, San Diego, CA, for a period of 5 years.

A.2.1.1. MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS FOR 14 LB WASHERS

A.2.1.1.1. Washers, non-coin operated, color shall be white.

A.2.1.1.2. Front loading.

A.2.1.1.3. Minimum 14 pound washer capacity, based on 14 pounds dry weight,
consisting of Marine camouflage utilities and towels.

A.2.1.1.4. Minimum 30 minute wash cycle to fully clean 14 pounds, dry weight
minimum Marine camouflage utilities and towels.

A.2.1.1.5. Minimum of 3 different wash cycles, 3 different wash/rinse temperature
selections, and a drying spin cycle.

A.2.1.1.6. 110 volt electrical system. Contractor to provide electrical connection between
washer and wall.

A.2.1.2. MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS FOR 27 LB WASHERS

A.2.1.2.1. Washers, non-coin operated.

A.2.1.2.2. Front loading.

A.2.1.2.3. Minimum 30 pound washer capacity. The load is based on 30 pound weight
minimum Marine camouflage utilities and towels.

A.2.1.2.4. Minimum of 3 different wash cycles and 3 different wash/rinse temperature
selections.
A.2.1.2.5. 220 volt electrical system. Contractor to provide electrical connection between
washer and wall.

A.2.1.3. MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRYER SINGLE ELECTRIC

A.2.1.3.1. Dryers, non-coin operated, shall be white.

A.2.1.3.2. Maximum drying time for a full load (Marine camouflage utilities and towels)
will be 60 minutes.

A.2.1.3.3. Minimum of 3 different drying cycles and 3 different drying temperature
selections.

A.2.1.3.4. Front panel accessible lint removal screen.

A.2.1.3.5. Electric heating system dryers will operate on 220 volt electrical current.
Contractor to provide connection between machine and wall.

A.2.1.4. MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS FOR DOUBLE STACKED GAS DRYERS

A.2.1.4.1. Stacked Dryers, non-coin operated.

A.2.1.4.2. Maximum drying time for a full load (Marine camouflage utilities and towels)
will be 30 minutes.

A.2.1.4.3. Natural gas heating system.

A.2.1.4.4. Minimum of 3 drying cycles and 3 different drying temperature selections.

A.2.1.4.5. Front panel accessible lint removal screen.

A.2.1.4.6. Electric heating system dryers will operate on 110 volt electrical current.
Contractor to provide connection between machine and wall.

A.2.1.4.7. The stacked dryer will be 2 single dryers each satisfying the dryer
requirements.

A.2.1.4.8. Controls on the top dryer will be accessible from the face of the dryer. A
common frame will secure one dryer above the other.

A.2.1.5 INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT/REPAIR OF APPLIANCES:
The outgoing Contractor will remove existing appliances from all laundry rooms prior to
the incoming Contractor’s installation. The solicitation will include a phase-in phase-out
period not exceeding 3 weeks from the start of the contract.
A.2.1.5.1. The contractor will coordinate the installation in the laundry rooms with the
Government representative prior to installation of the new appliances. Each room will be
completed before beginning installation on the next laundry room. The contractor will
schedule all installation work during standard working hours, Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 4:00 pm If the contractor starts the appliance installation process in a laundry
room, all washer and dryer appliances for that laundry room will be completed by the
close of business (4:00 pm) of the same day.

A.2.1.5.2. The contractor will coordinate the installation in the laundry rooms with the
Recruit Training Regiment (RTR-S4) (xxx) xxx-xxxx prior to installation of the new
appliances.

A.2.1.5.3. The contractor will coordinate the installation of appliances in the BEQ
laundry rooms with the BEQ Manager (xxx) xxx-xxxx prior to installation of new
appliances.

A.2.1.5.4. Hook-up. The contractor will securely connect each washer and dryer with its
required hot/cold water lines, drain lines, electrical receptacle, gas connection, and
exhaust ventilation opening in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and standard
industry practice.

A.2.1.5.5. Replacement/Repair of Appliances

A.2.1.5.5.1. Notification of an inoperable machine will be by telephone conversation,
telephone answering machine, fax or e-mail. The contractor will be required to maintain
(through an answering machine, and/or electronic mailbox with an automatic date time
logging all calls received) a date and time record for all calls or messages received from
the designated Government representative. The Government representative will make the
determination of the inoperability of an appliance. The contractor will have 2 days to
repair an inoperable appliance. The 2-day requirement begins when the contractor is
notified by the Government representative between the hours of 8:00 am and 16:00 pm.
For notification after 16:00 pm, notification is set to 8:00 of the following day. Sundays
and Federal Holidays are not counted in the 2 day requirement.

A.2.1.6. QUALITY CONTROL

A.2.1.6.1. The Contractor shall establish and follow an approved Quality Control
Program. The Quality Control Plan shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer with the
contractor’s offer. The Contractor shall implement the approved Quality Control Plan on
contract start date. The Contractor shall provide the Contracting Officer an updated copy
of the Quality Control Plan as changes occur for approval. The Contractor shall
implement the Quality Control Plan upon the Contracting Officer’s approval.

A.2.1.6.2. Provisions of the Quality Control Plan. At a minimum, the Quality Control
Plan shall include the Following:
A.2.1.6.3. An inspection system covering all services required by this contract. It must
specify the areas to be inspected on either a scheduled or unscheduled basis, how often
inspections will be accomplished and the titles of the individuals who will perform the
inspections. The individuals inspecting for quality control shall not repair the appliances,
but shall be an independent individual.

A.2.1.6.4. A method of identifying deficiencies in the quality of services performed
before level of performance become unacceptable.

A.2.1.6.5. A method of documenting and enforcing quality control operations.

A.2.1.7. QUALITY ASSURANCE. The Government Quality Assurance Evaluator
(QAE) will evaluate the Contractor’s performance under this contract and will record all
surveillance operations of the Contractor. The Government’s requirement of a 48 hour
turnaround on repaired or replaced machines is required to achieve quality improvement.
The Government is willing to extend 48 hour turnaround for 72 hours for special
circumstances. However, more than 3 failures in one month is unacceptable.

A.2.1.7.1. Performance Evaluation Meetings. The Contract Manager may be required
to meet at least weekly with the on-site Government representatives and the Contracting
Officer’s Representative during the first month of the contract. Meetings will be as often
as necessary thereafter to enable resolution of conflicts in the administration of the
contract.

A.2.1.8. Increased or Decreased Requirements. The Government reserves the right to
add or delete requirements based on the following, which may result in increased or
decreased requirements within the areas served by this contract. This clause constitutes
notice of the possibility of contract modifications for partial or complete termination or
increase in requirements, and that claims for partial or full termination costs may not be
submitted and will not be paid.

A.2.1.8.1. Increased or Decreased Requirements from Consolidation and
Reorganization. As a result of consolidating contracting activities at Marine Corps
installations or with other Department of Defense organizations, increased or decreased
requirements may result. Pricing for additional requirements will be negotiated and will
require bilateral agreement to be binding.

A.2.1.9. AUTHORITY

A.2.1.9.1. Notwithstanding any other provision of the contract, the principal Contracting
Officer shall be the only individual authorized to redirect the effort or otherwise amend
any of the terms of this contract.

A.2.1.9.2. The Government reserves the right to add or delete requirements for washer
and dryer lease and maintenance of the barracks at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San
Diego, California. Changes made to the contract shall be negotiated.
A.2.1.10. INVOICES/PAYMENTS

To implement DFARS 252.232-7003, “Electronic Submission of Payment Request (Jan
2004)”, the United States Marine Corps (USMC) utilizes Wide Area WorkFlow-Receipt
and Acceptance (WAWF-RA) to electronically process vendor requests for payment.
This application allows DOD vendors to submit and track Invoices and
Receipt/Acceptance documents electronically.

The contractor is required to utilize this system when processing invoices and receiving
reports under this contract/order, unless the provision at DFARS 252.232-7003 applies.
The contractor shall (i) ensure an Electronic Business Point of Contact is designated in
Central Contractor Registration at http://www.ccr.gov and (ii) register to use WAWF-RA
at the https://wawf.eb.mil site, within ten (10) calendar days after award of this contract
or modification. Step by step procedures to register are available at the
https://wawf.eb.mil site.

A.2.1.11. FAR 52.237-1 SITE VISIT (APR 1984)

(a) Offerors or quoters are urged and expected to inspect the site where services are to be
performed and to satisfy themselves regarding all general and local conditions that may
affect the cost of contract performance, to the extent that the information is reasonably
obtainable. In no event shall failure to inspect the site constitute grounds for a claim after
contract award.

(b) The solicitation will contain instructions for the site visit.

A.2.1.12. HOLIDAYS

(a) All or a portion of the effort under this contract will be performed on a Government
installation. For purposes of scheduling personnel, the Contractor is hereby advised that
access to the Government installation may be restricted on these holidays.

Holiday                                         Observance

New Years Day                                   1 January
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday                 3rd Monday in January
President’s Day                                 3rd Monday in February
Memorial Day                                    Last Monday in May
Independence Day                                4 July
Labor Day                                       1st Monday in September
Columbus Day                                    2nd Monday in October
Veteran’s Day                                   11 November
Thanksgiving Day                                4th Thursday in November
Christmas Day                                   25 December
(b) In the event any of the above holidays occur on a Saturday or Sunday, then the
holidays shall be observed in accordance with the practices of the Government
installation.

A.2.1.13. CONTRACTOR SECURITY

Contractor and subcontractor employee compliance with installation rules and
regulations. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that each of its employees and
subcontractors fully complies with the following provisions, and shall flow down to
subcontracts a clause to satisfy this contractual obligation.

a. The Contractor is responsible for providing information required to obtain clearances,
permits, passes, or security badges required for Contractor personnel or equipment
access. This includes information required for police background checks or
investigations and all other requirements of the issuing activity.

b. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring such clearances, permits, passes, or security
badges are promptly returned to the issuing activity upon termination of an employee,
completion of a project, or termination of a contract or subcontract.
14.3 All Contractor personnel performing work under this contract who require access to
military installations shall obtain personal entry and vehicle passes from the Provost
Marshall’s Office (PMO) of each base. For MCRD, this process includes the
requirement that employees under a contract of one year or longer obtain a Business Pass,
which requires completion of an application used to conduct background checks.

c. The Commanding General of each base has a broad authority to remove or exclude any
person in fulfilling his responsibility to protect personnel and property, to maintain good
order and discipline, and to ensure the successful and uninterrupted performance of the
Marine Corps mission. In the exercise of this authority, the Commanding General may
refuse to grant personal entry passes or may bar Contractor employees, including
employees who have been granted a personal entry pass. Refusal to grant an employee a
personal entry pass or barment of an employee does not relieve the Contractor of the
responsibility to continue performance under this contract.

d. The Contractor’s employees shall observe and comply with all base rules and
regulations applicable to contract personnel, including those applicable to the safe
operation of vehicles, and shall not be present in locations not required for the proper
performance of this contract.

e. Contractor personnel performing work under this contract shall wear name tags,
badges, uniforms, or other clothing that distinguishes them as an employee of the
contractor.

f. Contractor personnel and equipment entering a military installation are subject to
security checks. Contractor personnel shall follow any direction given by Military Police
or other security or safety personnel.
g. The Contractor shall not employ any individual for the performance of this contract in
violation of DOD Joint Ethics Regulations (DOD Directive 5500.7-R) or is such
employment would create a conflict of interest or an appearance of a conflict of interest.

								
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