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                                           General Information
         Award Info:     Contract W912DR-06-D-0042
                         Awarded: 9/30/06 - Stover & Associates, Inc., 800 Kennesaw Avenue, NW, Suite 250,
                         Marietta, GA 30060, in the amount of $6,000,000.00 (Base year + 4 option years)

                         Contract W912DR-06-D-0043
                         Awarded: 9/30/06 - Cline-Morin Associates, Inc., 475 Providence Main, Suite 303D,
                         Huntsville, AL 35806, in the amount of $6,000,000.00 (Base year + 4 option years)
Solicitation Number:     W912DR-06-R-0015
        Restrictions:    Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
                Title:   Indefinite Delivery Fixed Price Service Contract for A76 Consultant Services
            Location:    n/a
          Issue Date:    1/9/2006
        Closing Date:    3/7/2006, 1600 hrs, EST – Revised by Amendment 5, dated 21 Feb 06
        Price Range:     n/a
Time for Completion:     twelve month base year and the option to extend for four additional years
              NAICS:     541611
                FSC:     R499
                CBD:     R
      Size Standard:     $6.0M
   Contracting POC:      Cathey Robertson, 410-962-3788
           Synopsis:     The request for proposal is set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
                         (SDVOSB) with a NAICS code of 541611 ($6,000,000 in annual average receipts over 3
                         years).

                         The request for proposal will be evaluated based on Best Value for award of the project.
                         Evaluation factors will include Management Approach (sub factors of Staffing Plan and
                         Resource Management Plan), Technical Approach, Past Performance and Experience, and
                         Price. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which will be considered by the
                         agency. This solicitation will support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Competitive
                         Sourcing Program as well as other Department of Defense agencies.

                         The project is being advertised as a Request for Proposal (RFP) where the submittal of
                         technical/management proposals and price proposals are required. Competitive proposals
                         will be based on the evaluation criteria provided in the solicitation. The Government's intent is
                         to award an Indefinite Delivery Firm Fixed Price Contract with a twelve month base year and
                         the option to extend for four additional years. The IDIQ contract if awarded will have a total
                         capacity of $6,000,000 over a five year performance period with an estimated maximum for
                         delivery orders of $1,000,000 each. The Government intends to award two or more contracts.
                         Work will require contractor to provide consultant services and personnel with A-76 expertise
                         to assist with completion of the elements of A-76 competitions including Preliminary Planning,
                         Acquisition Support (to include Bundling Analysis, Acquisition Planning, Solicitation Support,
                         and SSEB Training), Development of the Performance Work Statement (PWS) and
                         Development of the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) including metrics and
                         standards needed for the competition. Additionally, the contractor will be required to support
                         the Agency Tender Official (ATO), who will be preparing a proposal for the Most Efficient
                         Organization (MEO). As part of the ATO proposal, areas will include MEO Training Workshop
                         and assistance with completion of a Concept Plan, MEO Plan, Quality Control Plan (QCP),
                         Development of the Agency Cost Estimate (ACE), and Preparation of the Agency Tender. In
                         addition to providing support to the ATO for preparing proposals for the MEO, contractors
                         may be required to provide support to the Government in developing High Performing
                         Organizations (HPO). Contractor may also be required to support the HQ U.S. Army Corps of
                         Engineers (USACE) Strategic Sourcing Program Office (SSPO) in preparation of Benefits
              Analysis (as required by FAR Part 7.107(e)), participate as an advisor to the Source Selection
              Evaluation Boards (SSEB), and other functions which may be assigned by the SSPO. Firewall
              restrictions will be strictly adhered to. Any firm, which is awarded a delivery order for the
              Preliminary Planning and PWS portion of a particular competition, will not be awarded a
              delivery order for the MEO portion of the same competition due to the restrictions on the
              firewalls.

              In order to comply with the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996, all contractors must be
              registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) to be considered for award of a
              Federal contract. The initial registration date expired 31 May 1998. For information regarding
              future registration, contact (1) CCR Web site at http://www.acq.osd.mil/ec; (2) dial up modem
              at (614) 692-6788 (User ID: ccrpub; Password: pub2ccri); (3) through any DoD Certified
              Value Added Network. To review the database, the web site is:
              http://www.fedecnavigator.disa.mil. Additionally a paper form for registration may be obtained
              from the DoD Electronic Commerce Information Center at 1-800-334-3414.

              The solicitation will be provided in an electronic format, free of charge, to all registered plan
              holders. The media through which the Government chooses to issue this solicitation is the
              Internet only. This solicitation will not be issued in paper.

Amendments:   Amendment 1, dated 1/23/06
              Amendment 2, dated 1/27/06
              Amendment 3, dated 2/2/06
              Amendment 4, dated 2/15/06
              Amendment 5, dated 2/21/06

								
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