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					The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC) Norfolk Contracting Department,
Philadelphia, intends to solicit on a full and open competition basis, for High Volume
Secure Shredding Services in support of NAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, PA Request for
Quote N00189-09-T-2703 contemplates a Firm Fixed Price type contract. The
anticipated start date is 28 September 2009. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for
commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6; as
supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement
constitutes the only solicitation; a proposal is being requested and a written solicitation
will not be issued. The Government will not pay for information received. The
NAICS code is 561499 with a size standard of $7M. The solicitation document and
incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through the current Federal
Acquisition Circular. It is the contractor’s responsibility to be familiar with the
applicable clauses and provisions. The clauses may be accessed in full text at these
addresses: www.arnet.gov/far and www.dtic.mil/dfars. The Contract Line Items
(CLINS) are as follows: 0001 – Base – Secure Shredding Services 12 mo, 0002-Opt I –
Secure Shredding Services 12 mo, 0003-Opt II – Secure Shredding Services 12 Mo,
Statement of Work is as follows: The scope of the statement of work is to acquire
contractor support to accomplish on-site shredding of documents. The objective of this
initiative is to have a contractor provide on-site shredding service and eliminate the need
for in-house shredders as mentioned in the Scope of Work. Tasks: a. Information will
be disposed of by burning, pulverizing, or shredding in a manner that precludes the
information from being read or reconstructed. b. Strip shredding is not authorized.
Companies will utilize the Hammermil shredding technology that is not pierce and tear
but filtered through screens and are then continuously mixed with other shredded material
while shredding is taking place in the truck c. Shredding must be conducted on site. d.
Material will be securely transported to be further processed and ultimately destroyed. e.
If material is not taken directly to the recycling center after shredding the material will be
properly secured and monitored alarmed area until such time that the information is
securely transported to the recycling center. f. The information will be protected from
unauthorized use, access and disclosure. g. The material shall remain in control of the
contractor at all times until destroyed. h. Our security will conduct inspections on the
following: final result of the shredding process, transfer facility where the shredded waste
is processed. Final disposition of the recycled shredded waste will be verified.
Unannounced inspections of mobile or off-site shredding operations will be conducted. 5.
Deliverables: a. Provide 21 secure shredding barrels to various locations in Bldg 309,
310/2, 09, 214 and 407. Specific locations will be provided. b. Barrels will be emptied
weekly.          c. Proof of liability, workers compensation and vehicle insurance is
required.        d. Provide a copy of the company’s information security policies or
procedures with their proposal. e. contractor is to provide 2 past performance references
with their proposal, no more than 2 typed pages total, to include the following
information - a) Contract Number and Period of Performance,b) Government Point of
Contact and Phone Number, c) Contract Value (expressed in annual amounts)d) Brief
Description of services provided under the reference to include how those services relate
to requirements of this solicitation.e) Quality, delivery, or cost problems, corrective
actions taken, and effectiveness of the corrective actions.f) Identification of any
subcontractors used, to include a description of the extent of work performed by the
subcontractor along with the annual dollar value of the subcontract. Past Performance
will be considered more important than price. . The Place of Performance is Buildings
309, 310/2, 09, 214, and 407, Naval Supply Systems Command
Headquarters,Mechanicsburg, PA 17050. Period of Performance: Base year 12 Months
from date of award, plus 2 one year options. .The provisions at 52.212-1, 52.212-3,
applies to this acquisition. The clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions
Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. The clauses at 52.212-5 and 252-212-
7001, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statues or Execute Orders-
Commercial Items, 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and Veterans
of the Vietnam Era; 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor
Registration apply to this acquisition, with the following clause checked as applicable:
52.222-2, 52.222-35, and 52.222-36. Offerors must be registered in the CCR and in
Wide Area Work Flow prior to solicitation closing. The closing date of this solicitation is
18 September 2009 at Noon Eastern time. Email responses will be accepted but we
cannot be responsible for information that is not received due to mechanical or other
difficulties. For additional information concerning this requirement, please contact
Rhoda J.Meyer at 215-697-9645 or via E-mail at rhoda.meyer@navy.mil.

				
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