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									                                                     ROMULUS, L.L.C. PAST PERFORMANCE

      CONTRACT              PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
                              START        FINISH
Contract No: N00164-05-P-   3/18/2005    9/30/2005
0576




Contract No:N00024-01-       12/2/2004    8/1/2005
D-7010; Purchase Order:
003231




N00140-D-00-0094             9/30/2004   6/20/2005
Purchase Order:
86269978
Purchase Order: 18280-   6/15/2004   11/20/2004
046-04




Purchase Order: 52407-   4/14/2004   8/31/2004
001-07

GS-23F-8006H; Project    1/9/2004    8/31/2005
Nr:
07680.004.751W.811;
Purchase Order:
S768033598




N00140-D-00-0094         9/30/2003   6/20/2005
Purchase Order:
86269978




N00164-03-D-0013;        9/30/2003   9/30/2004
Task Order: 083;
Agreement NR:
A150200440
N00140-D-00-0094;   9/9/2003   6/20/2005
Purchase Order:
86269982
N00140-D-00-0094   9/9/2003   8/31/2004
86269970
N00140-D-00-0094         7/31/2003   9/30/2003
Delivery Order: 0085
Purchase Order: 267514
ROMULUS, L.L.C. PAST PERFORMANCE

                              CORE AREAS WORKED                                          PRIME KTR       ULTIMATE CUSTOMER
                             TASKS
 1. The contractor shall coordinate Fleet Forces Command (FFC) ROMULUS                                  NSWC CRANE, Fleet Forces
 N43 inputs and comments in support of the TMA/TMI process.                                             Command, NSWC Carderock


 2. As requested by FFC N43, the contractor shall support the
 N43 Fleet Metrics Working Group.
 3. The contractor shall review the N43 Fleet Metrics four
 phase TMA/TMI Problem Resolution process and the three tiered
 Common WC Readiness Assessment Process & Metrics proposed by
 the Warfare Center RM&A Working Group. Graphical
 descriptions of these processes are provided in Appendix A
 (SOW). The review shall assess the adequacy of each approach
 as an effective system and equipment problem identification
 and resolution process. Emphasis shall be placed on
 strengths and weaknesses of each system in performing their
 intended functions. A report shall be prepared outlining the
 results of the review, with recommendations for integration
 of the two processes into a single process. A briefing of
 the results of the study and report shall be prepared for FFC
 N43, the Warfare Center RM&A Metrics Working Group, and the
 Surfacecontractor shall Area Director. of the data available
 4. The Warfare Product perform a study
 to support a ships systems and equipment problem and
 identification process. The study shall also include a
 review of the adequacy, timeliness in reporting and accuracy
 of the Navy Maintenance, Material Management (3M) data. The
 contractor shall prepare a report outlining the findings of
 the study, with recommendations on how better to use the
 existing data, and possible ways of making it more suitable
 to support a problem identification and resolution system.
 5. The contractor shall assist the Warfare Center RM&A
 Metrics Working group develop a strategy for design of a
 system which integrates the Type Commanders Readiness
 Management System and the Warfare Center Problem
 Identification and Resolution system into a single Readiness
 1. Commander Submarine Forces (COMSUBFOR): Using the methodology of                    Perot Systems     Commander Submarine
 Michael Porter; provide Submarine Force Modernization, Depot Maintenance and                                  Forces
 Interdeployment Readiness Cycle Maintenance process maps; identify the value
 chain primary and secondary activities in each, identify metrics associated with the
 primary activities that permit COMSUBFOR to monitor activities and take timely
 action to avoid cost and schedule overruns.

 1. Recommend a Concept of Operations for the Engineering Department of the                TITAN-         Fleet Technical Support
 new Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center; Identify the primary Products and          UNIDYNE             Center Atlantic
 Services provided; recommend metrics to measure efficiency of product/service
 delivery and identification of savings to the Navy; recommend a hierarchical,
 "dashboard" arrangement that will "drill down" from Top-level to lowest workcenter.
1. Phase 1C Conceptual Design of the Royal Australian Navy Air Warfare                  ROMULUS         Gibbs & Cox, Inc.
Destroyer (RAN AWD): Provide response to the Integrated Logistics Support DID
to include all plans and actions necessary through construction of the RAN AWD to
provide for maintenance, training, shore infrastructure, provisioning and all
remaining ILS elements. Provide the depot maintenance plan and schedule;
manning and watch stations through all peacetime and wartime steaming
conditions.

1. Provide training on how the Navy operates at the waterfront.                         ROMULUS         Gibbs & Cox, Inc.


1. Shore Maintenance Manager Course Curriculum Director: Provide services to           SAIC-AMSEC   Commander, Naval Surface
maintain a Curriculum that stays up-to-date with the Surface Navy latest                             Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
processes, procedures, policies and best practices for the Management of Ship
Maintenance. The Course is designed for delivery to Maintenance Activity
Commanding Officers and all managers who make maintenance or financial
decisions.

2. Shore Maintenance Manager Course Instructor: Schedule and conduct courses                        Commander, Naval Surface
in all east coast Regional Maintenance Centers.                                                      Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

1. Waterfront Maintenance Technician: Commander Naval Surface Forces wishes                          Fleet Technical Support
to continue deployment of a concept of attaching Fleet Technical Support Center                          Center Atlantic
Field Service Engineers to Maintenance Teams. Using the results of the Pilot
Program, refine the Concept of Operations for this new position, Identify additional
Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA's) required, based on newly approved KSA's
refine the Course Curriculum and Qualification Program developed under the Pilot
Program; design, write and deliver the improved course of instruction to all Mid-
Atlantic Regional Mainteance Center WMT's; update, write and deliver the
Qualification Program and Qualification Card for Government use.


2. RMC Production Department Support: NAVSEA and the FLEET have agreed to                            Fleet Technical Support
merge the Regional Maintenance Centers with the local Supervisors of                                     Center Atlantic
Shipbuilding, Fleet Technical Support Centers, Shore Intermediate Maintenacne
Activities and parts of the NAVSEA Homeport Engineering Teams. Based on
guidance from the SHIPMAIN Cross-Functional Teams, provide support to identify
logical codes to be included in the Production Department and their respctive
worcenter assignment, develop mission statements, functions and tasks for the
new workcenters. Provide the history of the source codes to aid in understanding
during the integration process.

1. LSD 49 Class 30 Ton Crane Control System: Develop a short-term and long-              EG&G             NSWC CRANE
term strategy to maintain the electronic control system. The OEM has gone out of
business.

2. NSWC Crane Fleet Maintenance Engineering Support Plan: Develop and                                     NSWC CRANE
maintain the NSWC CRANE strategy for interfacing directly with the Fleet at the
Headquarters, Type Commander and waterfront maintenance activity levels.
Identify NSWC CRANE Core Capabilities and products and services delievered
directly to the Fleet. Identify areas where CRANE can improve operations. Provide
training to Crane Managers on how the Fleet operates.

3. FTSCPAC support by NSWC Crane ISEA: Identify key personnel at both                                     NSWC CRANE
FTSCPAC and NSWC CRANE who are involved in Night Vision Devices and
introduce the parties.
4. Crane Distance Support Center Support: As required provide support services to                         NSWC CRANE
the NSWC CRANE Distance Support Center to include, but not limited to, the
following: ship location and key personnel, ISEA identification, system
identification, supply support, maintenance policy
5. Provide process maps for the maintenance of ships at the Organizational level,                      NSWC CRANE
Intermediate level and Depot level. Include details of the process onboard ship for
procurement of material and documentation of maintenance actions in 3M OARS.
Provide decision maps used by shipboard leadership to approve, defer or
disapprove requested maintenance actions. Provide process maps for off-ship
supply infrastructure used to support O, I and D level maintenance. Identify worl-
wide Supply stocking points both in NAVY and DOD. identify details of carcass
turnaround, gold piles management and disposal. Interface with SIMULEX to
provide process details to permit computer modeling the entire process. Identify a
Battlegroup Commander Staff to test ideas, methodologies and conclusions.


6. ISEA Metrics Team: Provide support to summarize METRICS methodologies                               NSWC CRANE
and analysis associated with: TRMS, TMA/TMI, MERIT, SUBMEPP RCM Analysis,
AVCIM, DUCACA, MRDB, PIR2; make recommendations for actions to integrate
Metrics efforts into a common process.


7. Product Area Director (PAD) Support: Surface Warfare Maintenance and                                NSWC CRANE
Logistics PAD: Provide support services to include recommendations for Staff
Organization; Mission, Functions and Tasks and initial Priorities, Projects and
Contacts.
8. Commander Fleet Forces Command Metrics Support: Provide support services                      NSWC CRANE, Fleet Forces
to NSWC CRANE and NAVSSES through On-Site presence at Fleet Forces                               Command, NSWC Carderock
Command N43. Integrate the efforts of TMA/TMI with the Surface Warfare
Logistics and Maintenance Product Area Director (SWLM PAD) RM&A Metrics
efforts.

9. Knowledge Management Support: Provide high-level Fishbone Diagram                                   NSWC CRANE
overview of requirments and concepts associated with Navy-wide Knowledge
Management (KM). Provide overview of efforts underway within Navy associated
with KM. Make recommendations for a Navy-wide project to integrate all KM
objectives and projects.

10. Shipboard Configuration Validity: Identify the Configuration Management                            NSWC CRANE
process currently in use for Navy Ship Systems. Evaluate the effectiveness of the
current system and make recommendations for improvement.

11. Afloat Readiness: Proide a high-level summary of policy and methods currently                      NSWC CRANE
used to evaluate readiness at the CNO, FLEET, TYCOM, Battlegroup, Squadron
and Unit Level. Identify Navy areas to be reengineered to support DOD's Sense
and Respond Logistics concept.
12. E-Pilot Design Support: Integrating the efforts associated with Knowledge                          NSWC CRANE
Management, Sense and Respond Logistics and Fleet Readiness, make
recommendations for high-level concepts to drive an E-Business Architecture of
the future.

13. Sea Basing Strategy: Using SEAPOWER 21 and Current Efforts of existing                             NSWC CRANE
Sea Basing Working Groups, identify shortfalls in the areas of Ship, Vessel, Lighter
, Marine Corps Ground Equipment, and Aviation Maintenance. Use the Sea Basing
CONOPS as guide in this study. Identify all current efforts in progress in the R&D,
OPNAV and Acquisition Communities. Identify shortfalls and additional efforts
recommended: must include recommendations for funding levels and sponsorship.


1. Assessment and Troubleshooting Process: provide ongoing support for the              TITAN-   Commander, Naval Surface
continuous improvement of processes previously developed. (Complete                    UNIDYNE    Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
development of a concept for WMT Assessment and Troubleshooting processes
that meet the requirments of the Engineering Barrier Removal Team. Provide
documentation of processes for distribution by Handbook. Provide course of
instruction.)
2. 2-Kilo Metrics & Process: provide ongoing support for the continuous                          Commander, Naval Surface
improvement of processes previously developed.(Complete development of a                          Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
concept for WMT 2-KILO Metrics & Processes that meet the requirments of the
Engineering Barrier Removal Team. Identify processes associated with 2-Kilos and
identify enhancements that permit timekeeping, findings, root cause analysis and
antry into the REMAIS System.Provide training.)

3. Common Assessment Team Process: provide ongoing support for the                               Commander, Naval Surface
continuous improvement of processes previously developed. Expand previous                         Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
concepts to accomplish the goals of the Common Assessmsnt process mandated
by the Fleet Maintenance Board of Directors. Previous concept as follows: (Assess
the current status of implementation of the the SURFLANT requirements for
HMERA II visits. Incorporate recent feedback from the Fleet on HMERA II
performance and the concept of Project Management to improve the current
process and meet SURFLANT requirments. Provide a course of instruction to
FTSCLANT that teaches Project Management utilizing the integration of HM&E and
C5 System Test requirments into a Microsoft Project resource loaded schedule.)



1. Ship Work Availability Assist Team (SWAAT): Identify policies, processes,            TITAN-   Commander, Naval Surface
procedures and best practices associated with depot maintenance availabilties that     UNIDYNE    Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
result in the integration of all O, I and D-level work during a CNO Availability.
Integrate these requirments into the ongoing SWAAT effort using the MAXIMO
software and associated scheduling tools. Write a DRAFT Handbook for Shipboard
Availability Coordinators that teaches all of the processes and procedures resulting
from this integrated effort.

2. FTSCLANT HMERA II Test Plan Development: Assess the current status of                         Commander, Naval Surface
implementation of the the SURFLANT requirements for HMERA II visits.                              Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Incorporate recent feedback from the Fleet on HMERA II performance and the
concept of Project Management to improve the current process and meet
SURFLANT requirments. Provide a course of instruction to FTSCLANT that
teaches Project Management utilizing the integration of HM&E and C5 System
Test requirments into a Microsoft Project resource loaded schedule.

3. SHIPMAIN Maintenance Team Training, Assessment and Troubleshooting                            Commander, Naval Surface
Process: Complete development of a concept for WMT Assessment and                                 Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Troubleshooting processes that meet the requirments of the Engineering Barrier
Removal Team. Provide documentation of processes for distribution by Handbook.
Provide course of instruction.

4. SHIPMAIN Maintenance Team Training, 2-KILO Metrics & distribution Process:                    Commander, Naval Surface
Complete development of a concept for WMT 2-KILO Metrics & Processes that                         Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
meet the requirments of the Engineering Barrier Removal Team. Identify processes
associated with 2-Kilos and identify enhancements that permit timekeeping,
findings, root cause analysis and antry into the REMAIS System. Provide training.


5. SHIPMAIN Maintenance Team Training, MAI Maintenance Team Test Plan:                           Commander, Naval Surface
Provide a methodology for the deployment of the Master Assessment Index Go-                       Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Assess 2-Kilos at the compnent level. Provide a process for the use of the Port
Engineer that permits identification of Assessment Tasks screened for individual
accomplishment and those for Batch Accomplishment during HMERA and C5RA
Visits.

6. SHIPMAIN Maintenance Team Training MAI FTSCLANT Test Teams: see 5                             Commander, Naval Surface
above                                                                                             Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
1. Waterfront Maintenance Technician Pilot: Commander Naval Surface Forces               TITAN-   Fleet Technical Support
wishes to deploy a concept of attaching Fleet Technical Support Center Field            UNIDYNE       Center Atlantic
Service Engineers to Maintenance Teams. Using the SHIPMAIN Barrier Removal
Team initial guidance, develop a Concept of Operations for this new position,
Identify the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSA's) required, based on approved
KSA's develop a Course Curriculum and Qualification Program; design, write and
deliver the course of instruction to an initial Pilot Maintenance Team; design, write
and deliver the Qualification Program and Qualification Card for Government use.

								
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