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									        STATEMENT OF WORK

GODDARD LOGISTICS SERVICES CONTRACT

            July 10, 2000
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                              1

MISSION STATEMENT AND CONTRACT OVERVIEW

The purpose of the Goddard Logistics Services Contract (GLSC) is to support the Centerwide mission
responsibilities of the Logistics Management Division (LMD) by providing logistics support and other
services to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center
(GSFC), at both its Greenbelt, MD, and Wallops Island, VA, locations, including on-site and off-site
Government and contract tenant organizations. Selected logistics services will also be provided through
the GLSC to NASA Headquarters, and equipment control support will be provided to the NASA
IV&V Facility located in Fairmont, West Virginia. Additionally, reimbursable services may be provided
to other NASA Centers and other U.S. Government agencies when approved by LMD. These services
shall be provided to both institutional and technical programs/projects, and include: project support,
supply support, transportation and traffic management, property management, and administrative
services. Appendix A contains a Work Breakdown Structure of the functions performed in this SOW.
Appendix B contains a list of customers presently supported under the GLSC.

As a U.S. Government organization, LMD has ultimate inherent Government responsibilities for logistics
operations as specified in federal laws and regulations. Unless specifically stated otherwise, the
requirements of this Statement of Work (SOW) shall apply to GSFC (Greenbelt and Wallops) and
NASA HQ, however, it is anticipated that starting in December 2000, most work performed in this
SOW at Wallops will be transferred to the Wallops Institutional Consolidated Contract (WICC). The
breakdown of logistics work performed for Wallops customers, once the WICC is implemented, is
contained in Appendix C.

This contract is to be operated and administered as a performance-based (PB) contract. The intent of
this procurement is to obtain logistics services in an environment in which the contractor manages the
daily logistics operations while achieving: maximum cost-effectiveness, approved innovations; highest
customer satisfaction; and compliance with applicable federal laws, regulations, and LMD procedures.
The contractor shall also establish and administer a joint LMD-GLSC quality management program as
described in the SOW.

The LMD functions and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

        Logistics policy and program planning
        Review and approval of Work Instructions
        Approval of management systems
        Government-to-Government agreements
        Quality management/quality assurance policy
        Interagency and intra-agency agreements
        Interpreting federal laws and regulations
        Freight carrier negotiations and suspension of carriers
        Contract budgeting and funding and allocation of resources
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                                  2

        Direction to add new customers or stop supporting existing customers
        Marketing of logistics services
        Contractor performance evaluation
        Contract management system review and operational audits
        Determining customer service levels

The contractor shall manage the day-to-day operations of the GLSC at GSFC (Greenbelt, Maryland,
and Wallops Island, Virginia) and NASA HQ. The contractor shall designate a Program Manager, an
on-site branch manager at Wallops, and other management personnel. The Program Manager, located
at Greenbelt, shall act as the full-time manager responsible for overall administration and supervision of
this contract at Greenbelt, Wallops, and NASA HQ. The contractor shall maintain an LMD cost
accounting system capable of recording and reporting cost by function, by responsible Government
organization and by GLSC customer.
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1.0 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

The contractor shall institute and maintain an effective, efficient, and responsive program management
organization which is responsible for management and oversight of contractor personnel, other contract
resources, and contract performance, deliverables, and cost. The contractor shall promptly alert the
COTR and/or CO of any problems which may adversely impact the timely and cost-effective delivery
of quality products or services under this contract.

1.1 Program Management

The contractor shall maintain adequate staffing levels to meet contract requirements, analyze future
needs and develop specific operational procedures and documentation as required. As GLSC support
requirements and workload change, the contractor shall develop plans, communicate analyses and
impact assessments to LMD, and take action to respond to these changes as necessary. All activities
shall be appropriately coordinated across functional areas or with other contractors, and all operational
issues shall be resolved expeditiously.

        1.1.1 Management Reviews

        The contractor shall participate in the following management reviews at GSFC:

        Logistics Staff Meeting - The contractor shall provide an overview of GLSC operations,
        including accomplishments, problems, corrective actions and other details. The meetings will be
        held monthly, or as otherwise scheduled, and shall be attended by cognizant contractor and
        LMD personnel. The contractor shall also provide a performance indicators summary report
        for discussion at the logistics staff meeting. The contractor shall provide an agenda in advance
        of the meetings to LMD management.

        Program Review - The contractor shall conduct a program review on a quarterly basis. The
        program review shall cover all aspects of GLSC operations, both technical and business,
        including a summary of accomplishments in each functional area. The review shall be attended
        by the LMD and GLSC management team, the Contracting Officer, and other division or
        contractor representatives as required.

        Project Support Meeting - The contractor shall conduct a review for LMD management on a
        bi-monthly basis to report on the status of logistics support activities for each project supported
        by the contractor. The contractor shall provide an updated matrix at the review, which includes
        pertinent information about the project, including type of support being provided, points of
        contact, schedule dates, and changes since the last review.

        Quality Improvement Council Meeting - The contractor shall attend these monthly meetings with
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                               4

        the LMD managers to plan and implement the division’s quality management program (including
        strategic plan to accomplish its goals and the goals of the Code 200 directorate).

        Division Staff Meetings - The contractor shall attend these weekly staff meetings with the LMD
        managers, and provide status as necessary on current activities/problems that are important to
        the management team.

        1.1.2    Program Analysis

        The contractor shall establish the expertise and capabilities to perform in-depth analysis for each
        major logistics functional area: integrated logistics support/supportability engineering; supply
        management; transportation; shipping/traffic management; property accountability and disposal;
        and logistics information systems. The contractor shall conduct ongoing analysis and shall be
        tasked to conduct studies on logistics concepts, policies, procedures and application of
        information technology to enhance processes in each of the key functional areas, and provide
        reports of findings, conclusions, and recommendations to LMD.

        The contractor shall provide dedicated support services in the design specifications of the
        Integrated Asset Management system for the period February 1, 2004 through January 31,
        2005. (Mod 161)

        The contractor shall provide support for the implementation of the IFMP Integrated Assett
        Management System at GSFC. (Mod 183)

        The contractor shall provide support for the implementation of the IFMP Integrated Asset
        Management System at GSFC for the period February 1, 2005 through September 30, 2005.
        (Mod 188)

        The contractor shall provide dedicated support services in the design specifications of the
        Integrated Asset Management system for the period March 18, 2005 through April 30, 2005.
        (Mod 218)

        The contractor shall provide dedicated support services in the design specifications of the
        Integrated Asset Management system for the period May 1, 2005 through July 31, 2005. (Mod
        218)

        The contractor shall provide dedicated support services in the design specifications of the
        Integrated Asset Management system for the period February 1, 2005 through January 31,
        2006. (Mod 221)

        The contractor shall provide dedicated support services in the design specifications of the
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                               5

        Integrated Asset Management system for the period February 1, 2006 through March 26,
        2006. (Mod 249)


        The contractor shall provide personnel to support the design and planning phase of
        Integrated Asset Management for the period June 1, 2007 through September 30, 2007.
        (Mod 321)

        The contractor shall provide personnel to support the design and planning phase of Integrated
        Asset Management for the period October 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006. (Mod 268)

        The contractor sall provide personnel to support the design and planning phase of Integrated
        Asset Management for the period October 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006. (Mod 269)

        The contractor shall provide personnel to support the design and planning phase of Integrated
        Asset Management for the period January 1, 2007 through January 31, 2007. (Mod 269)

        The contractor shall provide personnel to support the design and planning phase of Integrated
        Asset Management for the period June 1, 2007 through September 30, 2007. (Mod 321)




        1.1.3 Work Instructions

        The contractor shall write, maintain, and revise work instructions (WIs) for all functional areas
        and operations (including Hazardous Materials Management), and deliver them to the
        Government for approval. These WIs shall document the processes and procedures followed
        for accomplishing the requirements of this SOW, and shall comply with the ISO 9000 Quality
        Assurance Standards as implemented by GSFC’s Quality Management System. The existing
        work instructions and Standard Operating Procedures shall be followed until the new/updated
        WIs have been approved. Once approved by the Government, the contractor shall operate in
        accordance with the WIs. During the contract, the contractor shall maintain and revise the WIs,
        when required, using relevant current procedures as appropriate under this contract.

        1.1.4 Personnel Management

        The contractor shall provide personnel management capability to maintain the necessary GLSC
        staff to meet the requirements of this SOW. The majority of the requirements encompassed by
        this contract will necessitate that personnel have prior relevant experience. Formal and/or on-
        the-job training may be necessary to gain new skills required to support emergent requirements
        (e.g., user training required to implement a new information system or training required to
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                              6

        support a new regulatory requirement). The Government will provide and fund for that training
        and any associated travel. The contractor shall provide and fund for training required to
        maintain or improve existing skills of contractor personnel (e.g., general management training or
        refresher courses intended to keep skills/knowledge up-to-date).

        1.1.5 Reporting Requirements

        The contractor shall prepare and forward the reports listed in the deliverables clause of the
        contract schedule as well as those contained in Appendix D. The contractor shall be required
        to furnish additional recurring or non-recurring reports as those requirements are identified.

        1.1.6 Housekeeping

        The contractor shall keep and maintain the GLSC work areas, warehouses, garages and
        surrounding grounds in a clean and orderly condition.

        1.1.7 Hours of Operation

        Unless otherwise directed by LMD, or specified in this SOW, the contractor’s hours of
        operation for the GLSC shall be 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, i.e., the operation
        shall be continuously open including lunch and break periods, excluding Federal holidays.
        Contractor personnel shall also be available to meet emergency overtime work requirements of
        approximately 4200 hours per year.

        1.1.8 Policies, Directives, and Publications

        The contractor shall comply with all applicable federal/local laws and regulations, and NASA
        and GSFC policies and directives during performance of this contract. A list of the applicable
        documents for this contract is in Appendix E. The contractor shall maintain current
        subscriptions to publications and supplements required to perform the requirements of this
        SOW, and those costs are considered non-proposed costs contained in the cost element
        “publications/printing.”

1.2 Quality Management Program

The contractor shall participate with the Government in developing and implementing a joint quality
management program, which incorporates the basic elements of quality management in all aspects of
GLSC management and operations. The Program Manager and other appropriate contractor personnel
shall attend the Code 230 Quality Improvement Council (QIC), which meets once a month to discuss
and implement quality initiatives within the division. The contractor shall also participate in any Process
Action Teams (PATs) and other teams that arise from QIC initiatives.
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                                7



The contractor shall implement GSFC’s Quality Management System (including ISO 9000) as
described in GPG 8730.3, The GSFC Quality Manual. The contractor shall have an associated
quality control (QC) program. This QC program shall provide for simple and practical inspection
techniques which provide an effective measure of contract performance, and which encourages working
level identification and control of deficiencies, appropriate corrective action, and documentation.

The contractor shall propose to LMD changes that will result in efficiencies, eliminate obsolete or unduly
high cost efforts, or provide enhancements or program changes to anticipate future requirements and to
improve services to GLSC customers.

The contractor shall establish and maintain a cost reduction program, providing a formal means of
educating contractor employees, establishing guidelines, and providing recognition for effecting savings
in GLSC operations.

1.3 Business Management

        1.3.1 Industrial Relations

        The contractor shall proactively manage industrial relations activities and keep GSFC apprised
        of any issues that could be reasonably foreseen to have an impact on GSFC. This includes, but
        is not limited to, providing contingency plans, approved by corporate management, that would
        ensure reliable support during periods of labor unrest or other extraordinary or emergency
        situations, such as snow removal operations. The contractor shall apprise GSFC of any
        impending union contract negotiations and their potential programmatic and budget impacts.

        1.3.2 Equal Opportunity Program

        The contractor shall promote equal employment opportunity in accordance with guidelines set
        by the GSFC Equal Employment Opportunity Officer.

        1.3.3 Subcontracting Plan

        The contractor shall promote the use of Small Business and Small and Disadvantaged Business
        through subcontracting opportunities.

        1.3.4 Property Control

        The contractor shall establish controls and procedures to ensure the proper control, use and
        maintenance of government property provided to support GLSC operations. In accordance
        with government regulations, serve as the Property Custodian for all Installation Accountable
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                                 8

        Property provided to the GLSC.

        The contractor shall establish and administer a program for the prevention of losses of
        Government equipment and supplies managed under the GLSC or in the custody of the
        contractor (e.g., property in delivery vehicles or warehouse space). The emphasis shall be on
        the security of all GLSC operations. The program shall include educational efforts in these
        areas for all GLSC personnel. Applicable references include GHB 1600.1, Security Manual.

        1.3.5 Health and Safety Program

        The contractor shall establish and administer a health and safety program in accordance with
        GMI 1700.2, GSFC Health and Safety Program. This program shall stress safety in the
        work place through strict adherence to all applicable health and safety regulations and the
        development of new procedures, as required. The contractor shall designate assistant Facilities
        Operation Managers (FOMs) for Building 16W, Wallops logistics facilities, and other facilities,
        as specified by LMD.

        The contractor shall maintain and revise, as directed, an LMD-approved hazardous materials
        management plan including but not limited to: procuring, receiving, storing, issuing, delivering,
        shipping, disposing, and maintaining appropriate data such as Material Safety Data Sheets
        (MSDS) or other documentation. The contractor shall incorporate into its plan actions for
        protecting the health and safety of personnel handling and storing hazardous materials. The
        contractor shall maintain inspection records of safety devices and stations; and actively
        participate in the NASA Alerts Program..

1.4 Cost Control

The contractor shall perform financial management functions necessary to support the contract including
but not limited to the following: accounting, financial reporting, tracking/reporting user costs, and
timekeeping. The contractor shall maintain the currently approved automated cost accrual accounting
system. The contractor shall process invoices and pay commercial and Government billings for
materials and services procured through the GLSC.

2.0 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

The contractor shall operate, maintain, and upgrade existing information systems necessary to support
the requirements of this SOW. The contractor shall develop or purchase additional systems to support
new requirements, automate existing requirements, and pursue opportunities to utilize information
systems to enhance integration across functions. The contractor shall provide support for the hardware
and software contained in Appendix F. This support shall include the preparation, maintenance, and
issuance of original and revised documentation, such as user’s manuals, operator’s manuals, system
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                                9

generated forms and reports, and user guides and training materials. The contractor shall prepare and
distribute all documents generated by the supported systems.

2.1 AMMS Operations

The contractor shall operate, maintain, and upgrade the Advanced Materials Management System
(AMMS), the supply system which supports GSFC supply operations. The system is capable of
performing online inquiry/response and interactive updates as well as batch processing functions. The
contractor shall maintain and update existing programs, develop new programs, and participate in the
development and implementation of any enhancements. The contractor shall identify, develop and
maintain interfaces and all software, necessary flowcharts, narrative descriptions and explanations. The
contractor shall maintain and operate the AMMS Web Order Entry System which provides authorized
supply support (stores stock) customers with on-line requisitioning, catalog and status inquiry
capabilities, through the GLSC computer. Activities include, but are not limited to: validating and
forwarding customer access requests for entry of customer identification, job order numbers, and
passwords; advising new customers when they have access to AMMS; publishing, maintaining and
distributing an AMMS User’s Manual; and providing specific immediate technical and training
assistance to customers as needed.

2.2 Information Systems Implementations, Modifications, and Operations

The contractor shall identify and propose, as appropriate, any system improvements and enhancements
that benefit operations or provide cost savings achievable through further automation, software
development/acquisition or innovation. The contractor shall acquire, develop, and implement
improvements in a timely manner. The contractor shall assure adequate, cost effective, efficient and
timely computerized support of all functions, elements and requirements specified or implied within this
SOW.

The contractor shall ensure complete systems coordination within LMD and shall ensure that LMD
receives all required management information whether generated manually or by computer. The
contractor shall be responsible for interface and coordination of program changes with other elements of
GSFC, particularly the Financial Management Division. The contractor shall implement appropriate
security for information systems in accordance with NPG 2810.1, Security of Information
Technology.

2.3 Inventory Pool Manager

The contractor shall provide Inventory Pool Manager support to the GSFC for the period October 15,
2007 through January 31, 2011. (Mod 299)
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                               10

  1) The Contractor shall be responsible for dealing with customers on collection of funds and
     reconciliation efforts. If a customer is non-responsive after 3 documented attempts to collect
     funding or information, the Contractor shall notify the Government Resource Analyst for Code
     270 to intervene.

  2) The Contractor shall be responsible for providing status reports to the Government Resource
     Analyst for Code 270 on a bi-weekly basis and communicating any issues/concerns with funding
     regularly.

  3) The Contractor shall be required to gain access to Business Warehouse (BW), SAP and FCS to
     run the above listed reports and any other reports that may be necessary to ensure appropriate
     operation of the inventory pool. A NASA Form 1700 will need to be completed to gain access
     to BW, SAP and FCS for those Contractors responsible for accessing the system(s).


2.4 Administration and Infrastructure Management

2.5 Goddard Directives Management System

The contractor shall provide daily maintenance, system development and programming changes in
support of the Goddard Directives Management System for the period April 13, 2009 through January
31, 2011. (Mod 386)




3.0 PROJECT LOGISTICS SUPPORT

The contractor shall provide the necessary expertise and capabilities required to support GSFC in all
phases of acquisition and operational logistics services, including planning, coordinating, and
implementation, for NASA programs and projects. Requirements include development, coordination,
evaluation, and execution of logistics plans and engineering analyses and studies; life cycle cost analysis,
and logistics support analysis as required, in accordance with specified program policies and
procedures, work instructions or other guidance provided by LMD. The contractor shall assist LMD in
the development and review of mission support sections of project plans. The contractor shall ensure
that these plans identify and address logistics and engineering aspects required by project Mission
Operations Plans. The major categories of project logistics support provided include: integrated
logistics support, mechanical engineering, storage, materials provisioning, and export control.

3.1. Integrated Logistics Support
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                               11



The contractor shall apply the disciplines and elements of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and
Supportability Engineering to GSFC’s flight projects and engineering offices (e.g., Hubble Space
Telescope) as defined in NPG 7120.5, NASA Program and Project Management Processes and
Requirements, and NPD 7500.1, Program and Project Logistics Policy. The contractor provides
ILS and consultation services to support approximately 5-10 projects annually. These services require
approximately 1900-2000 hours annually. ILS elements supported include:

        Ground and Flight System Hardware Maintenance
        Supply Support, including Spares Reprocurement, Resupply and Return
        Technical Data and Documentation
        Design Interface
        Support and Test Equipment
        Material Transportation and Handling, including Packaging and Storage
        Maintenance Training
        Logistics Support Performance Measurements

The contractor, in full coordination with LMD, shall act as the focal point for assigned projects. This
includes, but is not limited to, the following: identifying support requirements, and coordinating and
monitoring all logistics support activities provided by LMD to ensure an integrated and efficient
implementation. Approximately 2-3 ILS/transportation plans and associated after action reports are
prepared annually. These plans include roles and responsibilities, equipment lists, detailed schedules,
and descriptions of activities to be accomplished. After action reports include a synopsis of events,
descriptions of any significant unplanned events, and “lessons learned.”

The contractor shall provide material handling, packing and crating and traffic management support
services on a daily basis while on travel to Turin, Italy to accompany and handle the TRIANA payload.
 These services shall be provided on a daily basis effective March 14, 2001 through March 20, 2001, in
response to schedules provided by the customer and emerging requirements that may develop through
the process.

The contractor shall provide the necessary labor to provide project logistics support to the HST launch.
 These services may include: Cryogenics, Project Parts, Traffic Management, Special Handling of
Space Flight Hardware, Transportation, Instrumentation and Packing and Crating. These services shall
be provided effective February 1, 2001 through January 31, 2002.

The contractor shall support the instrumentation and transportation of the CHIPS Instrument from the
University of Berkley in California to Kirkland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico. These
services shall be provided effective August 20, 2002 through August 24, 2002.
The contractor shall provide oversight and escort services for the EOS-AURA HIRDL PFM
Instrument from Lockheed Martin in California to Memphis, TN. These services shall be provided
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                           12

effective August 18, 2002 through August 22, 2002.

The contractor shall provide oversight, packing & crating, loading & unloading and instrumentation
support for the SWIFT XRT project during transport to Munich, Germany. These services shall be
provided effective September 15, 2002 through September 20, 2002.

The contractor shall support the instrumentation and transportation of the CHIPS Instrument from
Kirkland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico to the University of Berkley in California.
These services shall be provided effective October 11, 2002 through
October 16, 2002.

The contractor shall provide oversight and escort services for the HIRDLS PFM Instrument from
Oxford, England to Palo Alto, California, via Memphis, Tennessee.

The contractor shall provide oversight, packing & crating, loading & unloading and instrumentation
support for the SWIFT XRT project during transport from Munich, Germany to Dover Air Force Base.
 These services shall be provided effective October 9, 2002 through October 16, 2002.

The contractor shall provide instrumentation and escort support services for the FGS container shipment
from Danbury, CT to GSFC. These services shall be provided effective
February 19, 2003 through February 21, 2003. (Mod 116)

The contractor shall provide instrumentation services to the HST project in Boulder, CO. These
services shall be provided effective April 14, 2003 through April 15, 2003. (Mod 116)

The contractor shall provide Logistics/Engineering services for the GOWG meeting at Kennedy Space
Center, Florida in support of the SWIFT-OBSERVATORY project effective
July 22, 2003 through July 24, 2003. (Mod 120)

The contractor shall provide pre-procurement verification services in Anaheim, California, in support of
the GLAST project effective August 20, 2003 through August 22, 2003. (Mod120)

The contractor shall provide oversight and escort services for the HIRDLS PFM Instrument from
England to Memphis, TN effective September 22, 2003 through September 25, 2003. (Mod 120)

The contractor shall provide technical input during the Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) at
Kennedy Space Center in support of the SWIFT Project effective October 27, 2003 through
October 29, 2003. (Mod 120)

The contractor shall provide oversight and escort services for the CALIPSO Project from Colorado to
Alcatel in Nice, France effective February 10, 2004 through February 14, 2004. (Mod 172)
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The contractor shall provide instrumentation services for the HIRDLS spacecraft transporter effective
March 1, 2004 through March 3, 2004. (Mod 189)

The contractor shall provide instrumentation services for the HIRDLS spacecraft transporter effective
March 31, 2004 through April 4, 2004. (Mod 189)

The contractor shall provide instrumentation and convoy escorting services for the XRS/ASTRO-E2
helium insert effective March 11, 2004 through March 12, 2004. (Mod 189)

The contractor shall provide project logistics representation at the Ground Operations Working Group
for the SWIFT OBSERVATORY Project at KSC, Florida effective May 5, 2004 through May 7,
2004. (Mod 189)

The contractor shall provide packing, crating and move services for the CALIPSO Project on
July 13, 2004. (Mod 193)

The contractor shall provide instrumentation, packing/crating and escort services for the IRMOS
convoy from GSFC to Tucson, AZ effective August 26, 2004 through August 31, 2004.
(Mod 193)

The contractor shall provide escorting and move services for the JWST-ISIM Project for the period
June 27, 2005 through July 1, 2005. (Mod 218)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the ST5 Project for the transport of the ST5
GSE to Vandenburg Air Force Base in California for the period March 1, 2006 through September 30,
2006. (Mod 247)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the STEREO and HST projects in support of
the General Stafford Museum for the period April 1, 2006 through April 30, 2006. (Mod 247)

The contractor shall provide engineering support and subcontract support for the NASA GLAST
Project for the period April 14, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 249)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the GLAST/LAT project in support of GSFC
for the period May 3, 2006 through May 30, 2006. (Mod 265)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the GLAST project in support of GSFC for the
period July 24, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 265)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the HST project in support of GSFC for the
period July 24, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 265)
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The contractor shall provide project support services to the HST project in support of GSFC for the
period July 24, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (MOd 265)

The contractor shall provide material handling support and escorting support for the NAMMA Field
Campaign for the period November 9, 2006 through November 13, 2006. (Mod 268)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the GLAST project in support of GSFC for the
period April 14, 2006 through October 31, 2006. (Mod 268)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the SDO project for the period September 26,
2006 through October 31, 2006. (Mod 269)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the NAMMA Field Campaign in support of
GSFC for the period August 11, 2006 through August 16, 2006 and August 30, 2006 through
September 4, 2006. (Mod 269)

The contractor shall provide procurement and material coordination services support for the Express
Logistic Carrier Project for the period August 28, 2006 through August 30, 2007. (Mod 274)

The contractor shall provide project support services to the STEREO Project for the period February
1, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 275)

The contractor shall provide TIER III Project Support (overtime) for packing, crating, material handling,
project parts and traffic management services to various projects at Goddard Space Flight Center for
the period February 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006. (Mod 290)

The contractor shall provide Hubble Space Telescope Engineering Development launch support
services to include: administrative, filing, photo support, logistics and the facilitation of RFA, HAR and
WOA closeouts for the period April 1, 2008 through January 31, 2009. (Mod 354)

The contractor shall provide consulting support to assist the Hubble Space Telescope Development
Office with final service launch preparation for the period August 3, 2008 through January 31, 2009.
(Mod 357)

The contractor shall provide overtime support for packing, crating, material handling, project parts and
Traffic Management services to various projects at Goddard Space Flight Center for the period
February 1, 2008 through December 21, 2008. (Mod 390)

The contractor shall provide the Hubble Space Telescope Engineering Development launch support
services to include administrative, filing, and Technical Writing Support for the period February 1, 2009
Statement of Work - 7/10/00                                                                                 15

through September 30, 2009. (Mod 407)

3.2 Mechanical Engineering

The contractor, in full coordination with LMD, shall act as the focal point for mechanical engineering
reviews and analyses. The contractor shall develop and implement studies, and engineering analyses for
space flight projects. The contractor provides mechanical engineering and consultation services to
support approximately 10-15 projects annually. These services require approximately 1900-2000
hours annually.

The contractor shall provide mechanical engineering support to LMD to accomplish space flight project
objectives. This includes development and technical review of transportation plans, instrumentation
(shock and vibration) plans, and other documents associated with the physical movement of space flight
material. The contractor shall provide technical oversight of the instrumentation of shipping containers
and space flight vehicles during transportation and on-site movements, and provide detailed analysis of
the instrumentation data. Approximately 5-10 instrumentation plans and associated instrumentation
analysis reports are prepared annually. These plans define roles and responsibilities, instrumentation
procedures, and provide configuration information and acceptance criteria. Reports also contain an
analysis of the instrumentation data recorded during the shipment.

The contractor shall support LMD and space flight projects in operational matters as requested and
conduct studies for GSFC and operational functions for safe and efficient movement of space flight
material. The contractor shall maintain concurrency with state-of-the-art mechanical engineering
functional areas and provide guidance to internal organizations that affect or benefit operations.

3.3 Storage Program

The contractor shall operate the Center’s inactive equipment storage program, and maintain both on-site
and off-site storage facilities for technical and scientific equipment, traveling exhibits, materials and other
property. The contractor shall also maintain an inventory of approximately 1,400 stored items of
(original acquisition cost of approximately $156 million) which includes sensitive, space flight hardware
and associated ground support equipment requiring special handling and environmental controls.

Activities involve shipping/receiving and data entry for approximately 1,100 pieces of equipment
annually and providing customer assistance for approximately 500 site visits annually. Activities also
include but are not limited to: initiating, processing, and receiving storage requests; transporting storage
items to and from warehouses at Wallops, VA, and Greenbelt local off-site and on-site locations;
initiating, processing, and coordinating withdrawal requests; withdrawing and delivering requested
inactive storage items; coordinating the withdrawal and return of active storage; processing
approximately 1,400 yearly recertifications; inspecting and inventorying property as required; initiating
survey actions on property lost, damaged or destroyed; planning space modifications and new facilities,
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providing data input into and maintaining the Storage Information Management System (SIMS), which
provides physical and tracking data on all equipment stored; and maintaining manual, automated and
photographic records that are accountable and Government approved. The contractor shall maintain
and update, as necessary, Storage Warehouse Layout Plans, the SIMS User Documentation, and
work instructions and procedures for SIMS and for the handling, movement, inventory, receipt and
issue of material in the GSFC Inactive Equipment Storage Program. The contractor is required to
provide support in the areas of inventory, storage, and equipment management systems for the Hubble
Space Telescope Project and the GSFC Traveling Exhibit Program.

3.4     Materials Provisioning

The contractor shall provide specialized materials provisioning to designated projects (e.g., Mobile
Laser Program) in the areas of spare parts provisioning, reparables management, engineering change
supply item management, and fabrication planning and coordination.

        3.4.1 Spare Parts Provisioning and Reparables Management

        As directed, the contractor shall be required to provision spare parts in support of GSFC
        technical systems or equipment acquisition to meet specific program needs. Special
        management of provisioned items includes using data from customers and logistics or
        engineering analyses to determine range and depth of spares to be provisioned, preparing
        provisioning lists, initiating purchases or supply support requests to other federal agencies,
        researching, cataloging, assigning stock numbers and/or screening through government sources
        and maintaining any necessary special controls of provisioned items.

        The contractor shall operate a process for reparables management. This includes but is not
        limited to the following activities: determinations of which items of supply should be managed as
        reparables and of costs thresholds beyond which it will not be economical to repair an item;
        determinations of where, when, and how many items to repair; publication of instructions for the
        return of unserviceable items to the designated storage or repair point; and serial number control
        of reparable items of supply while in the repair cycle.

        Approximately 375 line items are managed (original acquisition cost of approximately
        $600,000) with approximately 575 customer requisitions processed annually.

        The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to procure Demand Access System
        spare parts for Code 230 in support of the Space Network at Goddard Space Flight Center for
        the period effective May 29, 2002, through September 30, 2002.

        The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to procure Demand Access System
        spare parts for Code 230 in support of the Space Network at Goddard Space Flight Center for
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        period effective May 29, 2002 through September 30, 2002 (Phase II).

        3.4.2 Engineering Change Supply Item Management

        The contractor shall provide logistics resources dedicated and collocated to the Project Offices.
         These services shall include special management of engineering change-related items, including
        but not limited to: acquiring, assembling, staging and shipping kits; researching, cataloging, and
        identifying items; assigning stock numbers; substituting as necessary, after appropriate
        consultation with program technical personnel; expediting material; and providing status and
        management reports. There are presently no engineering change-related items managed.

        3.4.3 Fabrication Planning and Coordination

        . Fabrication work requests/packages are generally for the following types of work: machining,
        printing, electroplating, testing or inspections, assembling of components, and other types of
        general fabrication work. There are approximately 35 BPA contracts (jobs up to $25,000) and
        4 IDIQ contracts in place to be used for subcontracting the out-of-house work. Approximately
        1100 jobs ($3.5 million) are performed annually through the BPAs. An additional $1.5-2.5
        million annually are performed through the IDIQ contracts for larger-scale fabrication and
        assembly work. (Deleted per Mod 221 for period February 1, 2005 through January 31,
        2011.)

        The contractor shall provide additional Fabrication Controller labor hours in support of
        sustained surges in workload in the Fabrication Shop effective February 1, 2001 through
        January 31, 2002.

        The contractor shall provide additional Fabrication Controller labor hours in support of
        sustained surges in workload in the Fabrication Shop effective February 1, 2002 through
        January 31, 2003.

        Delete – Fabrication work requests/packages are generally for the following types of work:
        machining, printing, electroplating, testing or inspections, assembling of components, and other
        types of general fabrication work. There are approximately 35 BPA contracts (jobs up to
        $25,000) and 4 IDIQ contracts in place to be used for subcontracting the out-of-house work.
        Approximately 1100 jobs ($3.5 million) are performed annually through the BPAs. An
        additional $1.5-2.5 million annually are performed through the IDIQ contracts for larger-scale
        fabrication and assembly work. (Mod 221)


3.5 Export Control
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The contractor shall assist the Center Export Administrator (CEA) in all aspects of export and import
matters. This includes but is not limited to the following activities:

        a.       Interfacing with the GSFC exporting community, to support both limited and public
                 dissemination of NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) and NASA
                 software.

        b.       Providing technology transfer review and assessment of proposed foreign visitors to
                 GSFC.

        c.       Providing written response and interpretation of export and import regulations.

        d.       Assisting GSFC employees and contractors, when requested, in determining the
                 requirements of U.S. Government regulations for export and import of hardware,
                 software, and technology to and from foreign destinations.

        e.       Identifying appropriate justification, classification, and authority for export and/or import
                 of NASA hardware, software and technical data, under the provisions of U.S.
                 Government regulations, and in conjunction with NASA cooperative agreements as
                 required.

        f.       Interfacing with GSFC transportation personnel to ensure that the necessary procedures
                 are in place to facilitate movement of material to and from foreign designations.

Approximately 3,000 export reviews (1,200 shipment reviews, 1,300 STI reviews, and 500 advisory
opinions) are completed annually. Each review requires approximately 1 hour. In addition,
approximately 100 hours per month of consultation services are provided to projects. All reviews shall
be conducted in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations, the International Traffic
in Arms Regulations, and the NASA Export Control Program.

4.0 SUPPLY SUPPORT OPERATIONS

The contractor shall operate retail supply support systems at Greenbelt and Wallops that provide
support to a wide range of authorized customers in accordance with priority systems established or
approved by LMD. The types of items provided are a wide variety of technical spare parts (e.g.,
electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) parts and flight grade fasteners), materials, and
administrative supplies that includes, but is not limited to: electronic components, cables, connectors,
hydraulic system components, vehicle parts, administrative supplies, and others as specifically described
in this SOW or as listed in the present stores stock catalog system. Customers pay for ordered items
through the use of funded requisitions. The GLSC supply support system is comprehensive. It includes
the functions of receiving, processing and reporting the status of requisitions; managing inventories and
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commodities, including a number of specialized functions; researching and cataloging; and procuring,
receiving, storing material, issuing material, and financial management and accounting.

The contractor shall operate the supply system in accordance with all applicable government regulations,
policy documents, procedure issuances and formal instructions governing NASA and GSFC supply
management operations. The contractor shall operate a customer service assistance desk that provides
immediate assistance in the resolution of supply-related questions and requests received from GLSC
customers. The contractor shall make maximum use of government (e.g., DOD and GSA) supply
sources, when material is available from those sources, except when doing so will prevent meeting
specified priorities or delivery deadlines, or when non-government sources provide material of equal or
better quality at equivalent price. The material inventories shall be carefully controlled and their use shall
be limited to controlled (documented) issuances to authorized customers, as determined by LMD.

The contractor shall provide project support services to the ST5 Project Group effective February 1,
2001 through September 30, 2001. Services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to parts list provided by the customer. These parts will be cataloged, procured,
managed, kitted and delivered to the ST5 Project Group based on receipt of the material and direction
provided by the customer.

The contractor shall provide project support services to the ST5 Project Group effective February 1,
2002 through October 31, 2002. Services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through Friday,
in response to parts lists provided by the customer. These parts will be cataloged, procured, managed,
kitted and delivered to the ST5 Project Group based on receipt of the material and direction provided
by the customer.

The contractor shall provide project support services to the ST5 Project Group effective
February 1, 2003 through April 25, 2003. Services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to parts lists provided by the customer. These parts will be managed, kitted and
delivered to the ST5 Project Group based on receipt of the material and direction provided by the
customer. (Mod 88)
4.1 Requisition Processing

The contractor shall receive and process requisitions from GLSC customers through several
requisitioning paths. Requisitions for stores stock materials from GSFC (Greenbelt and Wallops), and
NASA Headquarters are submitted directly through the AMMS Web Order Entry System, on GSFC
Form 20-7 or NHQ Form 81 for subsequent entry into the GLSC computer system, or on NASA
Form 2, for Forms and Directives. At Greenbelt, the GSFC Form 20-7 or NASA Form 2 is either
delivered via the mail system or brought to the GLSC by the customer for immediate processing (“walk-
through requisition”). Customers at Wallops submit their requisitions to the Wallops supply operation,
using the AMMS Web Order Entry System, WFF Form 929, or the NASA Form 2. Wallops
customers receive their supplies from the stores stock at Wallops, which is replenished from the GLSC
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intermediate supply levels at the Greenbelt site. The Wallops supply operation replenishes its stock
primarily from the Greenbelt inventory via a “pull” system (i.e., the contractor forwards replenishment
requisitions from the Wallops location to the Greenbelt location). The contractor shall maintain the
AMMS Web Order Entry System User Manual and update it as required. There are approximately
85,000 customer requisitions processed annually (58,000 at Greenbelt, 14,000 at Wallops, and 13,000
at NASA HQ).

        4.1.1 Requisition Priorities and Mission Support

        The contractor shall be responsive to mission critical requirements at all times, including periods
        outside normal GLSC duty periods, and shall maintain and implement a plan for responding to
        mission requirements outside normal duty periods. The contractor shall process emergency
        requisitions, expedite requisitions, or upgrade priorities as necessary to meet mission
        requirements. The contractor shall support customers through a priority system specified or
        approved by LMD. Other priority systems may be defined by LMD to meet specific or special
        program requirements, such as Hubble Space Telescope project office supply requirements.

        4.1.2 Backorder Management

        The contractor shall develop, implement, and maintain a process for managing backorders and
        backordered material, in accordance with the work instructions. This system shall include, but
        not be limited to the following capabilities: backorder establishment, status reporting and
        providing estimated delivery dates to the customer, expediting, and follow-up.

4.2 Inventory Management

Perform inventory management, utilizing AMMS, of all commodities designated by LMD. Establish and
maintain inventory record with identification data, on-hand quantity data, records of all dues-in and
dues-out, stock levels and reorder points, demand history, location information, customer and used-on
information, sources of supply, cross references, specialized controls required, and other data as
necessary to manage the item. The system shall also include the financial and accounting and
management data to operate a customer-funded requisitioning system. The contractor shall add, delete,
review and adjust stock levels, as necessary to meet requirements and increase efficiency and cost
effectiveness, in accordance with policy, regulation, and budgetary guidance provided. The contractor
shall provide specialized controls over the GLSC inventory to distinguish between and guarantee
appropriate use of stores stock and program stock items, and shall coordinate interagency supply
support and initiate supply support requests as necessary through GSFC agreements.

The contractor shall be required to manage Grade 1 and 2 NASA standard electrical, electronic, and
electromechanical (EEE) parts. NASA standard EEE parts are listed in the NASA Parts Selection List.
 GSFC preferred parts are listed in the GSFC Preferred Parts List. Grade 1 parts are higher quality,
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government specification controlled parts intended for critical applications, including space flight. Grade
2 parts are high quality, government specification controlled parts for use in applications not requiring
Grade 1 parts. Management of EEE and mechanical parts shall include all phases of supply operations
described in this statement of work.

The contractor shall arrange for testing and certification of designated EEE parts with the OFA before
they can be issued to authorized customers. The contractor shall provide requisitions for designated
EEE parts to the GSFC OFA for review and approval before issuing these parts to customers. The
contractor shall manage and track designated EEE parts by manufacturer’s lot number and
manufacturing date.

There are approximately 16,400 items in the stores stock inventory (8,900 at Greenbelt and 7,500 at
Wallops). These include subinventories of general stores, project parts, lumber, forms, and
publications. Approximately 2,900 direct delivery vendor items are also managed.

        4.2.1 Separate Stock Rooms

        The contractor shall manage and staff several separate program stock rooms and bench stocks
        at Greenbelt and Wallops, as directed. Examples of supply items include, but are not limited to,
        supplies for facilities maintenance, electronics parts, and office supplies. Functions include:
        requisitioning, receiving, and issuing material; maintaining item records; conducting physical
        inventories; providing required management reports; and validating requirements as necessary.
        Current inventories that are managed include approximately 9,000 project parts residuals
        (6,000 EEE and 3,000 flight fasteners) and approximately 3,500 items of facilities program
        stock.

        4.2.2 Precious Metals

        The contractor shall procure precious metals for direct turnover to customers and subsequent
        management in program stock rooms, in accordance with applicable Government procedures
        and policies.

        4.2.3 Physical Inventory

        The contractor shall conduct physical inventories of materials in accordance with NPG 4100.1,
        work instructions, and policy provided by LMD. Inventories are necessary to:

                 1. Comply with NASA regulations;
                 2. Ensure that the inventory records accurately reflect on-hand quantities;
                 3. Ensure the integrity of the inventory records.
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        Physical inventories will be of two types, sample and complete inventories. The contractor shall
        perform sample inventories at least annually, using the technique outlined in NPG 4100.1. The
        contractor shall perform complete inventories through either the complete lot or cycle count
        methods. The contractor shall submit an annual plan for LMD approval.

        The contractor shall conduct the inventories, adjust inventory records as needed, prepare
        inventory adjustment vouchers, and conduct causative research for those adjustments valued at
        the level specified by LMD, or in NPG 4100.1. The contractor’s causative research shall have
        the objectives of determining the causes leading to the inventory inaccuracy, and to recommend,
        for LMD approval, corrective action that will eliminate those causes.

        4.2.4 Shelf-Life Management

        As part of the annual inventory plan, the contractor shall include a separate shelf life
        management plan. The contractor shall ensure that critical material that is time sensitive or
        subject to deterioration with age is closely monitored for serviceability upon use. Shelf-life data
        for the Greenbelt and Wallops locations are maintained in the logistics computer. The
        contractor shall ensure shipment times and stockage requirements at remote customer sites are
        incorporated into GLSC shelf-life planning.

        4.2.5 Supply Support for Gasoline, Aircraft Fuel, and Diesel Fuel

        The contractor shall obtain gasoline, aircraft fuel, and diesel fuel for the Greenbelt and Wallops
        locations. These commodities support the vehicle fleet operations at both locations and the
        aircraft operations at Wallops.

        4.2.6 Supply Support of Aircraft Fueling Services

        The contractor shall manage and perform all activities related to the aircraft fueling services at
        Wallops. These activities include the following:

             - Receiving and monitoring the off-loading of all incoming JP-5, JPTS, and aviation fuel via
               truck tankers
             - Dispersing fuel to authorized transit and NASA aircraft
             - Off-loading excess fuel from authorized aircraft
             - Monitoring and operating the computerized Fuel Management System which monitors fuel
               levels in all tanks and detects any possible leaks
             - Inspecting the fuel farm for any minor routine maintenance needs
             - Periodically collecting and preparing fuel samples for analysis of fuel purity
             - Initiating requests to industrial hygiene personnel for the recycling of waste fuels
             - Collecting billing slips from customers and ensuring job order numbers are valid and/or
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               transit aircraft customers have valid billing addresses
             - Providing inventory management of fuels in fuel farm
             - Performing maintenance (including preventative maintenance) on support equipment
               including fuel farm equipment.

        The contractor is responsible for material, environmental, and safety requirements associated
        with the daily operation of the fuel farm, and the operation of fueling activities. All of these
        activities shall be in accordance with approved work instructions (WIs) and in conjunction with
        the Fuel Farm Manager. All services shall be performed in conformance with paragraph 420 of
        the GSFC-WFF Airport Operations Manual. Approximately 900 fuelings involving 450,000
        gallons are performed annually.

        4.2.7 Supply Support of Compressed Gases

        The contractor shall ensure replenishment of all portable and stationary Government-owned and
        leased containers of compressed gases on-site at Greenbelt and Wallops. The contractor shall,
        on occasion, arrange for replenishments to off-site locations. At Greenbelt, approximately
        1,900 dewars are filled and delivered annually. In addition, deliveries of approximately 1,000
        dewars are coordinated annually.

        4.2.8 Vendor-Owned Containers and Government-Owned Compressed Gas Cylinders and
              Containers

        The contractor shall manage Government-owned and vendor-owned (leased) containers for
        compressed gases. Approximately 1,300 gas cylinders (600 at Greenbelt and 700 at Wallops)
        are managed. The contractor shall have a process to track these containers while they are in the
        possession of the GLSC or its customers. The contractor shall track vendor-owned cylinders
        from the time of receipt to the time of return to the vendor. The contractor shall track
        Government-owned cylinders from the time of receipt to the time of disposal or deletion from
        inventory. The contractor shall ensure that all leased and owned cylinders are periodically
        tested for safety, in accordance with Government regulations. The contractor shall charge
        customers for leasing (“demurrage”) costs of vendor-owned cylinders and containers and shall
        recommend to customers that they convert to Government-owned cylinders when it is
        technically and economically desirable to make this conversion. The contractor shall conduct a
        physical inventory of all cylinders at least once every three years as outlined in NPG 4100.1.

        4.2.9 Forms, Publications and Handbooks

        The contractor shall manage, stock, store, and issue inventories of NASA and GSFC
        directives, forms, publications, and handbooks for issue to GSFC customers and NASA-wide
        distribution to authorized customers. This function is further explained in Section 7.2.
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        4.2.10 Management of Magnetic Storage Media

        The contractor shall acquire, stock, and issue magnetic storage media, such as computer disks,
        data cartridges, and reels of computer tape. The contractor shall arrange for lot testing of reels
        of tape or other designated media with the GSFC organization responsible for testing and
        certification of these materials. Approximately 10 shipments of tapes are tested annually.

4.3 Research and Cataloging

The Contractor shall provide a primary research and cataloging capability at the Greenbelt site and shall
also coordinate the providing of catalog data to the Wallops operation to support Wallops’
requirements. Activities include, but are not limited to the following:

        a.       Identifying, establishing and maintaining, in accordance with NASA, Department of
                 Defense (DOD), and federal regulations, Military or Federal Specifications and
                 Standards, cataloging data, including: sources of supply for all items requisitioned and all
                 items for which the contractor is requested to provide research and cataloging support;
                 interchangeability, substitutability, and next higher or lower assembly and those items
                 which qualify as controlled property. The contractor shall provide cataloging, inventory
                 management, inspection, warehousing, and distribution services in support of the
                 Agency Reliable Flight Hardware Program during the period of February 1, 2001
                 through January 31, 2002.

                 The contractor shall provide cataloging, inventory management, inspection,
                 warehousing, and distribution services in support of the Agency Reliable Flight
                 Hardware Program during the period of February 1, 2002 through September 30,
                 2002.

        b.       Screening, via the General Services Administration (GSA) or the Defense Logistics
                 Services Center (DLSC) to determine whether or not an item of supply or equipment
                 has been assigned a National Stock Number (NSN) or an integrated material manager;
                 and assigning local stock numbers (LSNs) as required. There are approximately 2,200
                 stock numbers added to the GLSC supply system annually.

        c.       Providing to authorized customers technical and cataloging support including
                 provisioning and reprovisioning processes for new systems, supplies and equipment
                 being acquired by or updated by authorized customers.

        d.       Maintaining a reference library for LMD and GLSC use of stock catalogs, vendor parts
                 catalogs, technical manuals, Military and Federal Specifications and Standards, and
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                 DLSC supply and cataloging publications, and providing catalogs and technical
                 publications to designated customer activities. The contractor shall maintain this
                 documentation using current state of the art storage/retrieval devices for CD-ROM
                 systems, and microfiche or microfilm. The contractor shall participate in the Federal
                 Cataloging System (FCS) in accordance with NPG 4100.1, NASA Materials
                 Inventory Management Manual. The requirements of this program include, but are
                 not limited to: complying with Defense Logistics Information System (DLIS)
                 procedures; collaborating, when requested, on proposed data changes with other
                 registered federal users of an item of supply; registering, via GSA, of GSFC as Primary
                 Inventory Control Activity (PICA) or Secondary Inventory Control Activity (SICA);
                 and forwarding those items which meet demand criteria specified by NASA or LMD
                 for registration in the FCS, and assignment of NSNs.

The contractor shall produce stores stock catalogs for the Greenbelt, Wallops, and NASA HQ
locations. The contractor shall accomplish this activity once a year, subject to LMD approval. LMD
shall approve the format and publication of the catalogs, which shall contain listings of stocked items and
instructions on how to use the catalog, as a minimum. LMD may also request the contractor to prepare
catalogs and brochures for specific programs or projects. The costs for the stores stock catalogs and
other catalogs and brochures are considered a non-proposed cost contained in the cost element
“publications/printing.”

        4.3.1 Technical Review (“Screening”) of Purchase Requests (PRs)

                 4.3.1.1 Screening for Consumable Items of Supply

                 The contractor shall screen all PRs originated at Greenbelt and Wallops with a value
                 greater than $25,000 for consumable items of supply. Approximately 1,000 PRs are
                 screened annually. The contractor shall identify to the originator of the PR all items of
                 supply on the PRs that: can be filled from stocks of items carried in the stores stock
                 inventory, or that can be filled from federal supply sources. If the items on the PR
                 cannot be filled from either source, the contractor shall forward the PR to the
                 designated GSFC organization.

                 The contractor shall process each type of PR in accordance with procedures approved
                 by LMD. The objectives are to: provide supply support in the timeliest manner
                 possible, make maximum use of existing federal supply sources consistent with
                 customers’ required delivery dates, and identify those items that should be stocked or
                 cataloged for future stockage.

                 The contractor shall collect demand data for all items of supply on PRs, and shall initiate
                 cataloging or stockage action when demand exceeds thresholds specified by LMD.
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                 At Wallops, when an item is found to be available under a multiple award Federal
                 Supply Schedule, the contractor shall annotate the PR with three sources identified from
                 the schedule.

                 4.3.1.2. Screening for Equipment

                 The contractor shall, using the NASA Equipment Management System (NEMS),
                 Scientific Information Facility, and the NASA Property Disposal Management System
                 (NPDMS) databases, screen all DD Form 1419s, “DOD Industrial Plant Equipment
                 Requisitions,” that are received from NASA contractors and that contain equipment
                 items regardless of value, to determine if the items or appropriate substitutes are
                 available within NASA in status codes B, C, or D. If such items are identified and
                 available in NEMS, the contractor shall coordinate among the holding Center, the
                 initiator of the 1419, and LMD to arrange for obtaining the identified item. If no such
                 items are identified, the contractor shall certify to the non-availability of the items
                 requested and return documents, as appropriate, to the originator. The contractor shall
                 maintain appropriate logs and records in the execution of those activities, in accordance
                 with direction from LMD and NPG 4200.1, NASA Equipment Management Manual.
                  Approximately 400 DD Form 1419s are screened annually.

4.4 Purchasing and Acquisition

The contractor shall establish and maintain a Government approved purchasing system at the Greenbelt
site to support supply operations at Greenbelt, Wallops, NASA Headquarters and other locations
supported through this contract. The purchasing system shall be for the procurement of institutional and
project supplies and services. These include procurement of stores stock and program stock
inventories, compressed gases, and other materials, services and equipment from commercial sources.
This system shall be capable of incorporating general and special provisions, including but not limited to:
requisitions requiring prior customer approval, vendor estimated delivery dates, competitive bids, quality
assurance requirements, such as special soldering clauses, warranty negotiations, expediting, blanket
purchase orders, vendor ratings, quantity price breaks, shipments directly to the customer, including
Wallops (“drop shipments”), and high dollar subcontracts for both common and unique items. The
contractor shall have in place a system to support short-deadline commercial procurements required by
customers at Greenbelt, Wallops, NASA Headquarters or other locations being supported through this
contract.

In addition, the contractor shall follow approved methods for acquisition from government sources using
FEDSTRIP and MILSTRIP requisitioning procedures. The contractor shall have FEDSTRIP and
MILSTRIP requisitioning capabilities at both Greenbelt and Wallops; this will include the capability to:
originate, modify, or cancel requisitions; follow up on outstanding requisitions, verify receipts, and certify
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for payment billings received from other Federal agencies.

The contractor shall provide Acquisition services for the Space Network Group effective February 1,
2001 through September 30, 2001. The contractor shall provide acquisition services to procure such
items as ADP equipment, resistors, capacitor, rack mounts, and other hardware to support the mission
of Space Network. Services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through Friday.

The contractor shall provide Acquisition services for the Space Network Group effective February 1,
2002 through May 31, 2002. The contractor shall provide acquisition services to procure such items as
ADP equipment, resistors, capacitor, rack mounts and other hardware to support the mission of Space
Network. Services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through Friday.

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 205 for the procurement of
communication systems, fencing, services and advanced early warning systems (Phase 1).

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 205 for the procurement of
communication systems, fencing, servers and advanced early warning systems (Phases 2 & 3).

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to the SWIFT Project by performing a site
visit of a manufacturing plant to ensure suitability of delivered materials. These services shall be
provided effective November 18, 202 through November 22, 2002.

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 205 for the procurement of lap tops,
security fencing, portable radios, digital video recorder, closed circuit surveillance system and multi-
barriers (Phase 4). (Mod 88)

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to review drawings and statements of work in
anticipation of the procurement of EEE benches and panel assemblies in support of the HST-SLIC
project. (Mod 116)

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 464/SDO Project for the
procurement of a low voltage switch card to support engineering simulations at GSFC.
(Phase 1).(Mod 181)

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 250 for the procurement of items
such as: computer and peripheral equipment, handi-can, flat tube TV, DVD/VCR combination and a
badging system. (Mod 189)

The contractor shall provide acquisition support services to Code 250 for the procurement of items
such as: external video CDRW, printer and accessories, chairs, monitors and CR-RW drives. (Mod
189)
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The contractor shall provide procurement services in support of the Facilities Management Division,
Code 220, for the period August 25, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 274)

The contractor shall provide labor to support EEE Project Parts Services for the Hubble Space
Telescope for the period October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007. (Mod 275)

The contractor shall provide a dedicated Fabrication Clerk to Code 547 to assist in the on-going
accountability of project procurement schesules and office administration for the period March 26,
2007 through January 31, 2008. (Mod 321)


        4.4.1 Program Purchasing and Acquisition

        The contractor shall purchase goods and services of a program specific nature for delivery in
        accordance with customers’ required delivery dates, technical specifications, and the guidance
        of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), and the NASA FAR Supplement (NFS). There
        are approximately 1,100 purchase orders for program items issued annually with an estimated
        value of $8 million.

        Program purchasing and acquisition is defined as support to projects and other program
        activities. Project support is also defined as those areas of support where funds have been
        received from another organization to pay for labor expenses. For those areas of project
        support the contractor shall be able to track progress so the project can be kept informed. The
        contractor shall utilize a bill of materials or other method of materials tracking. Other program
        activities include but are not limited to: purchasing of EEE parts for engineering and flight model
        use, cryogenics purchasing, purchasing of flight grade fasteners, contracts for delivery of
        selected commodities, and specialty products/services purchasing.

        Some EEE or mechanical parts will be furnished by the government, and the contractor shall
        acquire other parts from commercial or government sources, using specifications provided by
        the government. If the contractor acquires EEE or mechanical parts from a commercial source,
        the government may require that the vendor provide certificates of compliance, in which the
        manufacturer or vendor certifies that its parts meet NASA or other government specifications.
        The contractor may also be required to requisition Grade 1 or 2 parts from the Defense
        Logistics Agency, using standard MILSTRIP procedures.

                 4.4.1.1 Developing Procurements and Validating Requirements

                 The contractor shall develop procurement packages to support specific commercial
                 procurements, validate technical requirements with appropriate requisition originators,
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                 and ensure the development and submission of any special technical justifications, such
                 as sole source justifications.

                 4.4.1.2 Validation and Award of Purchase Orders, Blanket Purchase Orders, and
                         Subcontracts

                 The contractor shall develop and implement a comprehensive set of procedures
                 covering all phases of the purchasing process and shall ensure integrity, efficiency and
                 protection of the government’s resources in all purchasing actions. Required reviews of
                 certain types of purchases or subcontracts by the Contracting Officer or other
                 Government representative shall be coordinated. There are presently approximately
                 140 BPAs in place for products and services at Greenbelt, Wallops, and NASA
                 Headquarters.

                 4.4.1.3 Expediting Follow-up and Status Reporting

                 The contractor shall develop and implement a plan and procedures for follow-up,
                 expediting and status reporting of purchased materials, repairs, and services to ensure
                 vendor service performance and delivery according to purchase agreements.

                 The contractor shall provide a dedicated Fabrication Clerk to Code 547 to assist in the
                 on-going accountability of project procurement schedules and office administration for
                 the period March 26, 2007 through January 31, 2008. (Mod 321)

                 4.4.1.4 Service Subcontracts

                 The contractor shall establish and manage contracts for services such as leased
                 warehouses, warehousing, training, equipment, materials handling equipment,
                 documentation, and authorized users as directed.
                 The contractor shall establish and manage contracts for services such as leased office
                 space, warehouses, warehousing, training, equipment, materials handling equipment,
                 documentation, and authorized users as directed. (Replaces above language via Mod
                 322)


        4.4.2 Institutional Purchasing and Acquisition

        The contractor shall purchase goods and services of a non-program specific nature for delivery
        in accordance with the customer required delivery date, FAR and NFS rules, and any other
        Executive Orders or laws that are appropriate. There are approximately 3,000 purchase orders
        for institutional items issued annually with an estimated value of $5 million.
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        When applicable, ratings shall be based on obtaining a Defense Contract Management
        Command (DCMC) approved purchasing system not later than the end of the first year of the
        contract. Ratings shall also be based on goods and services delivered and Purchase Orders
        (POs) subsequently and accurately closed out or completed. Periodic inspections of POs and
        customer comments shall be used. PO inspections shall include but are not limited to complete
        competitive bid process, timeliness for priority requisitions, proper purchasing authorization,
        acceptable sole source documentation, and timely close out of POs.

4.5 Receiving

The contractor shall operate central receiving facilities for GSFC (Greenbelt and Wallops) and NASA
HQ. All materials ordered for delivery are received through these facilities except: compressed gases
delivered directly to an on-site or off-site cylinder or container; direct deliveries where specified in a
contract; non-Government property entering GSFC for test and evaluation; Class A and B explosives
that shall be directed to the NASROC Contractor in Building M15 at Wallops (the Safety Office is
notified upon receipt of explosive materials at Greenbelt); and space flight hardware that shall be
delivered directly to the GSFC Code 300 receiving and inspection area dedicated to this type of item.
Hours of operation at the Greenbelt facility shall normally be 7:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Hours of operation at Wallops and NASA Headquarters shall normally be 8:00 a.m.
through 4:30 p.m.

The contractor shall provide the necessary resources to provide x-ray services for all incoming material,
escort services as required and direct delivery of equipment and small packages effective February 1,
2002 through September 30, 2002. These services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to schedules provided by the customer.

The contractor shall provide the necessary resources to provide x-ray services for all incoming material,
escort services as required and direct delivery of equipment and small packages effective October 1,
2002 through January 31, 2003. These services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to schedules provided by the customer.

The contractor shall provide the necessary resources to provide x-ray services for all incoming material,
escort services as required and direct delivery of equipment and small packages effective February 1,
2003 through January 31, 2004. These services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to schedules provided by the customer. (Mod 88)

The contractor shall provide the necessary resources to provide x-ray services for all incoming material,
escort services as required and direct delivery of equipment and small packages effective February 1,
2004 through January 31, 2005. These services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to schedules provided by the customer. (Mod 162)
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The contractor shall provide the necessary resources to provide x-ray services for all incoming material,
escort services as required and direct delivery of equipment and small packages effective February 1,
2005 through January 31, 2011. These services shall be provided on a daily basis, Monday through
Friday, in response to schedules provided by the customer. (Mod 223)

        4.5.1 Receipt of GLSC Purchased Items

        In performing the receiving function, the contractor shall, among other activities, inspect, for
        initial acceptance, the quantity and condition of all property received; ensure that all incoming
        material being processed for stock, or to satisfy customer demands, is properly documented
        and correct as to quantity, quality, and identification, and is staged for delivery or warehousing;
        ensure that any taggable items received are tagged; initiate required follow-up with vendors to
        resolve discrepancies and report as excess any defect or problem item not returned to vendor;
        provide status and reporting receipt of material; ensure that any items with hazardous materials
        are properly handled and have Material Safety Data Sheets attached; and process static
        sensitive material in accordance with the WIs. There are approximately 20,700 GLSC
        procured receipts processed annually (18,000 at Greenbelt and 2,700 at Wallops).

        4.5.2 Receipt of GSFC Procured Items

        For receipt of materials ordered through the GSFC (Government) procurement
        process, the contractor shall: inspect for initial acceptance the correctness, quality and
        condition of all property received, ensuring that all incoming material is properly
        documented and correct as to quantity, quality, and identification; tag equipment in
        accordance with NPG 4200.1; prepare necessary NASA Equipment Management
        System (NEMS) loadsheets, or, for receipts of ADP equipment, perform data entry
        into the Computer Hardware Inventory and Repair Processing System (CHIRPS); affix
        NASA Form 1517 to each piece of non-controlled equipment; prepare receiving
        documentation, obtain Government acceptance, resolve discrepancies, distribute
        documentation, and maintain a customer service telephone line. The contractor shall
        report all problem receipts to GSFC Procurement as soon as possible for resolution.

        The contractor shall record all receipts at both Greenbelt, Wallops, and NASA HQ on a daily
        receiving log that, as a minimum, will show the date received, the GSFC purchase order
        number, the number of pieces, the delivering carrier, and the shipper. At Wallops, this log shall
        also show the date on which the receipt was delivered to the customer or consignee. There are
        approximately 28,300 GSFC procured receipts processed annually (22,000 at Greenbelt,
        4,600 at Wallops, and 1,700 NASA Headquarters procurements received at Greenbelt).
        There are approximately 46,300 express receipts annually which must be processed in 8 hours
        (20,000 at Greenbelt, 1,300 at Wallops and 25,000 at NASA Headquarters).
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4.6 Warehousing

The contractor shall warehouse a variety of materials, including supply inventories, hazardous materials,
and security-sensitive items. Approximately 16,400 stores stock items (8,900 at Greenbelt and 7,500
at Wallops) and 1,200 other items at Greenbelt (e.g., publications, equipment, and furniture) are
warehoused. In addition, approximately 9,000 project parts residuals (6,000 EEE and 3,000 flight
fasteners) and approximately 3,500 items of facilities program stock are warehoused at Greenbelt. The
contractor shall perform warehousing activities in support of supply operations which include, but are
not limited to: warehousing or stowing of replenishment orders, when received; pulling customers’
orders and backorders from stock, staging material for delivery or shipment, and ensuring accurate
location records for stored items.

The contractor shall also perform warehousing activities that include, but are not limited to: revising and
maintaining a locator system for each assigned warehouse or inventory that accurately reflects the
locations of equipment or materials stored; ensuring most effective use of net warehouse space,
including recommending major changes, additions or enhancements for the LMD approval; ensuring
material and equipment are stored in the proper physical environment to guard against damage or
deterioration; ensuring required material handling equipment is maintained and available; and
coordinating with LMD and designated GSFC facilities operations managers (FOMs) for all general
maintenance of inside and outside warehousing facilities.

Procedures to prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) shall be required for warehousing and distribution
of EEE parts. These are outlined in NAS-STD-8739.7 and in implementing plans published by the
GSFC Office of Flight Assurance (OFA).

5.0 TRANSPORTATION

The contractor shall perform a multitude of functions including: but not limited to: traffic management;
preservation, packing and packaging operations; vehicle fleet management; garage maintenance and
repair activity; pickup and delivery service; and material handling. Those activities involve compliance
with Federal, state and local statutes, and Congressional reporting requirements. The contractor shall
implement work instructions which provide for scheduled requirements, as well as, extraordinary,
emergency, or unusual requirements during both duty and non-duty hours.

5.1 Traffic Management

The contractor shall use commercial carrier tariffs, schedules, tenders, services, facilities, rates, charges,
and traffic agreements to route NASA traffic, maintain liaison with commercial carriers, and make
necessary arrangements with carriers for the movement of materials. The contractor shall give first
consideration to the use of NASA’s air ride tractor in transporting space flight hardware. The
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contractor shall plan and coordinate the request for Special Assignment Airlift Missions and test load
applications. The contractor shall ensure that only lawfully filed tariffs and tenders are used to route
NASA traffic.

The contractor shall maintain familiarity of and ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and
ordinances, imposed by the State and Federal Government, on the movement of material by commercial
carriers.

The contractor shall manage a Small Package Office at Greenbelt for the receipt and shipment of
“letterpaks” and other small shipments by commercial express carriers. Approximately 18,700 small
packages are sent out annually and approximately 17,900 are received annually. The contractor shall
ensure custody and centralized control over inbound and outbound shipments.

For the period February 1, 2003 through January 31, 2004, the contractor will not provide dedicated
shipping support to the CDROM ISTP Project. (Mod 86)

For the period February 1, 2004 through January 31, 2005, the contractor will not provide dedicated
shipping support to the CDROM ISTP Project. (Mod 162)

For the period February 1, 2004 through January 31, 2005, the contractor will not provide dedicated
Traffic Management Support for CSOC JPL. (Mod 181)

For the period February 1, 2005 through January 31, 2011, the contractor will not provide dedicated
shipping support to the CDROM ISTP Project. (Mod 223)




        5.1.1 Material Movements

        The contractor shall manage and perform all activities related to the shipment and receipt of
        Government freight via commercial transportation in accordance with best commercial practices
        and regulatory directives. The contractor shall maintain documentation for carriers’ payments,
        transportation discrepancy reports, tracer actions, and any other reporting requirement identified
        by the Government. The contractor shall provide assistance to the Logistics Management
        Division in arranging the movement of material on military or other Government transportation
        systems.

        5.1.2 Outbound Freight

        The contractor shall perform all services required to arrange the shipment of outbound freight.
        The contractor shall determine the most advantageous mode of shipment and the carrier to be
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        used; consolidate shipments where appropriate; classify cargo being shipped and apply the
        lowest applicable rate in accordance with the National Motor Freight Classification, Uniform
        Freight Classification, and carrier’s tariffs and tenders. The contractor shall maintain an
        outbound freight Tonnage Distribution Record. Approximately 3,400 outbound shipments for
        Greenbelt, 2,100 for Wallops, and 150 for NASA HQ are processed annually.

        5.1.3 Inbound Freight

        The contractor shall perform all activities required to receive, process, and effect disposition of
        inbound freight consigned to GSFC and supported activities. The contractor shall receive,
        arrange for specified delivery points, and document each inbound shipment, including
        confirmation that each Government Bill of Lading (GBL), Commercial Bill of Lading (CBL),
        and carrier’s prepaid bill has been receipted by signature and any discrepancies have been
        annotated. Approximately 450 inbound shipments for Greenbelt (including NASA HQ) and 50
        for Wallops are processed annually.

        5.1.4 U.S. Government Bills of Lading (GBLs) and Commercial Bills of Lading (CBLs)

        The contractor shall prepare and issue GBLs, SF 1103, and SF 1109 for the procurement of
        transportation and related services on behalf of the GSFC Transportation Officer. The
        contractor shall prepare, issue, and process SF 1200 (Government Bill of Lading Correction
        Notice). The contractor shall process requests from commercial carriers to substitute a Freight
        Way Bill Original, in lieu of a lost or destroyed GBL.

        5.1.5 Verification of Freight Charges

        The contractor shall, upon receipt of invoice from the carrier, verify actual charges with the
        estimated freight charges. The contractor shall certify carrier invoices for payment and forward
        to the GSFC Accounting Branch for payment. The contractor shall schedule and monitor
        loading and unloading of commercial carriers’ equipment to preclude demurrage, detention, or
        storage charges. The contractor shall, upon receipt of invoice from the carrier, verify or dispute
        demurrage, detention, or storage charges.

        5.1.6 Personal Property

        The contractor shall perform all phases of personal property movements in coordination with the
        General Services Administration Centralized Household Goods Traffic Management Program.
        The contractor shall determine entitlements and prepare and process all documentation
        necessary to effect shipment, storage, and delivery of personal property, i.e., household goods,
        baggage, privately owned vehicle (POV), and mobile homes, for NASA employees and
        authorized dependents. The contractor shall provide personal property service and costs
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        associated with any actual or potential movement of household goods from anyone seeking
        assistance. The contractor shall provide advice and counseling for NASA employees needing
        this service. Approximately 25-30 personal property movements for GSFC personnel and 25-
        30 for NASA HQ personnel are processed annually.

        5.1.7 Carrier Selection (Other than Personal Property)

        In selecting a carrier for a specific shipment, when two or more modes of transportation or
        individual carriers within a mode of transportation are in a position to compete, the contractor
        shall consider three principal factors, in their relative order of importance: satisfactory service,
        aggregate delivered cost, and equitable distribution of traffic.

        5.1.8 Carrier Service Program

        The purpose of the Carrier Service Program (CSP) is to ensure that NASA shippers receive
        the best available service from commercial freight carriers. The CSP establishes elements of
        service that are key indicators of carrier performance, establishes minimum levels of satisfactory
        performance for these elements and prescribes procedures for denial of freight shipments to any
        carrier that fails to provide a minimum level of satisfactory service. The elements to be used in
        evaluating carrier service are: claims experience, compliance with the Department of
        Transportation (DOT) hazardous materials regulations, inadequate or improper equipment,
        compliance with GBL instructions, overcharge ratio, failure to pickup shipment, shipment
        refusal, and transit time.

        The contractor shall document carrier failures and provide documentation to LMD for
        consideration. Each carrier’s documented file shall contain at a minimum a brief description and
        date of service failure, date carrier was offered the shipment and name of contact, GBL or CBL
        number, shipment origin or destination.

        5.1.9 Commercial Carrier Inquiries

        The contractor shall ensure that carriers are furnished with sufficient information, or be permitted
        access to appropriate supporting records to allow for a determination of applicable charges for
        transportation services. Information furnished carriers in response to inquiries concerning
        shipments that have taken place shall be confined to facts. Inquiries regarding commodity
        descriptions shall be answered by furnishing information contained in shipping documents,
        tenders, bills of lading or other supporting records. Inquiries regarding freight classification shall
        be answered by furnishing the bill of lading description.

        To promote competition between and among carriers, the contractor shall provide all interested
        carriers with information relating to traffic shipped from and to GSFC. Authorized carrier
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        representatives shall be allowed to inspect this information at reasonable hours, except as
        restricted by security regulations or instructions issued by LMD. The information shall be
        maintained in a public file and shall include at a minimum: annual tonnage, tonnage by mode,
        number of shipments by destination, types of commodities shipped, carrier rate tenders.
        Classified information or any information, which might result in a breach of security, shall not be
        discussed, released, or included in a public file.

        5.1.10 Loss or Damage

        Replies to carrier inquiries, on loss or damage to Government property, shall be confined to
        facts of knowledge or official records and shall be so specified in statements furnished to
        carriers.

        5.1.11 Rate Levels

        The contractor shall not engage in oral or written discussions with carrier representatives
        regarding establishment or adjustments of rate levels. However, rate information may be
        furnished to carriers or their representatives.

        5.1.12 Maintenance of Publications

        The contractor shall maintain a current file of tariffs, tenders, and related publications covering
        all modes or methods of transportation commonly used by NASA. The file shall be restricted
        to the minimum number required to effectively perform commercial traffic management activities.
         The contractor shall use tariffs, tenders, and related publications to rate and route Government
        material.

        5.1.13 International Transportation

        For United States Flag Ocean Carriers, the contractor shall arrange for International Ocean
        Transportation services in accordance with the provisions of Section 901(b) of the Merchant
        Marine Act of 1936 (46 U.S.C. 1241 (B)), concerning the use of privately owned U.S. - Flag
        Vessels. The contractor shall maintain a register containing details of ocean shipments.
        Approximately 5 international ocean transportation shipments are processed annually.

        For United States Flag Certificated Air Carriers, the contractor shall arrange for International
        Air Transportation services in accordance with the provisions of section 5 of the International
        Air Transportation Fair Competitive Practices Act of 1974 (49 U.S.C. 1517) which requires
        the use of U.S. - Flag Certificated Air Carriers for International shipments of property.
        Approximately 400 international air transportation shipments are processed annually.
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        The contractor shall prepare all required documents and coordinate with U.S. Customs for all
        import and export cargo shipments.

        5.1.14 Claims Processing

        The contractor shall report and adjust overages, shortages, losses, damages, and other
        discrepancies between the quantity or condition of property in shipment received from carriers
        and the quantity or condition of that property as shown on the covering Bill of Lading or other
        transportation document. Approximately 250 claims are processed annually.

        The contractor shall process loss and damage claim reports against carriers when any of the
        above conditions apply. Claims processing includes at a minimum:

                 - Preparation and filing of claim reports and supporting documentation within
                   established timeframes.

                 - Follow-up with carriers, consignor, consignee, or owner of property, whichever is
                   applicable, to assure timely processing and settlement of all claim actions. If material
                   or equipment is not returned to the vendor it shall be reported through the GSFC
                   excess process.

5.2 Preservation, Packing and Packaging Support

The contractor shall direct overall packing and packaging activities to include assigning priorities,
scheduling, monitoring activities and handling extraordinary requirements. The contractor shall manage
and ensure the following general requirements are followed: Title 49, CFR; National Motor Freight
Classifications; foreign shipping requirements; International Air Transport Association (IATA); and
NASA Class I, II, III, and IV requirements, per NPG 6000.1. Approximately 18,000 items at
Greenbelt and 7,000 items at Wallops are packed annually.

The contractor shall ensure that packaging shall withstand and protect Government material and
equipment from all climatic and environmental conditions; stacking weights; modes of shipment - rail,
surface, air, and water; and long term storage. When required by LMD, the contractor shall instrument
containers/equipment with shock, vibration, and/or temperature monitoring equipment. The contractor
shall also store and maintain this monitoring equipment. Approximately 40 instrumentations are
performed annually.

The contractor shall plan for consolidation of materials and equipment for shipments to like destinations.
When possible to consolidate items in single containers, the contractor shall ensure that dimension and
weight of container contents are compatible.
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The contractor shall stencil, mark and label, crates, boxes, and other containers in accordance with
MIL-STD-129 and NPG 6000.1. The contractor shall label all critical items as identified in NPG
6000.1 with NASA Form 1368. In certain cases, which will be specified by the Government, shipment
to NASA or related facilities in foreign countries may require deviations from the marking and labeling
specifications.

The contractor shall test packaging of critically sensitive/fragile items, at the Government’s discretion, in
accordance with MIL-STD-2073/1 and FED-STD-101. All hazardous materials packaging must
comply with applicable Performance Orientated Packaging (POP) requirements. Items requiring
packaging under POP guidelines must be in POP certified packaging. POP certified containers for
shipping hazardous materials shall be purchased off-the-shelf from DOT certified manufacturers. The
contractor shall develop, process, and maintain appropriate packaging and shipping documentation in
accordance with MIL-STD-2073/1.

        5.2.1 Container Design and Fabrication

        The contractor shall design, fabricate, and/or modify crates, boxes, cartons, and other
        containers as required to facilitate damage-free worldwide shipment by various carriers. These
        containers must protect many diverse types of material and equipment, which include, but are
        not limited to: highly sophisticated and fragile spacecraft and instrumentation, as well as, other
        electronic, optical, and hazardous materials and equipment. Approximately 100 shipping
        containers are built annually. The contractor shall perform an environmental analysis prior to
        designing packaging as required. Cushioning requirements shall be in compliance with the latest
        edition of MIL-HDBK-304. The packaging process of cleaning, drying, preserving, packing,
        marking, and unitization, shall be in accordance with MIL-STD-2073/1, MIL-E-17555, and
        NPG 6000.l.

        The contractor shall provide an enhanced engineering capability and expertise for developing
        specialized containerization, packaging and crating for authorized customers, using to the extent
        possible container designs or containers from those already available commercially or from
        Government inventories. Specifically identified special design packaging shall be screened
        through the Air Force Container Design Retrieval System (CDRS). The contractor shall design,
        in accordance with NPG 6000.1 and MIL-STD-2073/1, special design packaging not available
        through CDRS.

        The contractor shall provide packing/crating services for the Navy from April 8, 2003
        through May 2, 2003. (Mod 118)

        The contractor shall provide packing/crating services in support of the Wallops Electronics
        Engineering Branch from February 1, 2004 through January 31, 2005.
        (Mod 172)
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        The contractor shall provide packaging and crating services for the Department of the Navy at
        WFF in support of the MLC shipment, for the period July 19, 2004 through
        July 21, 2004. (Mod 193)

        Add -- The contractor shall provide packaging and crating services for the Department of the
        Navy at Wallops Flight Facility for the period July 11, 2005 through July 15, 2005. (Mod 218)


        5.2.2 Hazardous Materials Packaging

        The contractor shall package hazardous materials for military aircraft shipments in accordance
        with AFJM 24-204 and package hazardous materials shipped on commercial carriage in
        accordance with Title 49 CFR/Bureau of Explosives Tariff B.O.E. 6000-T/IATA. The
        contractor shall package material sensitive to electro-static discharge in accordance with MIL-
        PRF-81705. The contractor shall also package radioactive material in compliance with Title 49
        CFR, Title 14 CFR, and Title 10 CFR requirements. The contractor shall certify handlers and
        certifiers of hazardous materials as required by Title 49 CFR, parts 171-177. The contractor
        shall prepare and certify the “Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods” used to identify and
        accompany all shipments of hazardous cargo transported by the military transportation system.
        Approximately 60 certifications are performed annually.

5.3 Material Handling

The contractor shall perform reviews of internal/external material handling processes, and shall
recommend areas of improvement in the handling and movement of hardware, which shall include but
not be limited to warehousing and storage. Results of these reviews shall be provided to the
Government. The contractor shall provide complete material handling support. Activities include, but
are not limited to: performing material handling using trucks, cranes, slings, forklifts, pallets, jacks,
conveyors, and hands; certifying handlers of hazardous materials as required by Title 49 CFR; shipping
and handling NASA Class I, II, III and IV category equipment, as well as, other categories of
equipment; certifying equipment and handlers of program critical hardware as required by GMI 1710.6,
Certification and Recertification of Lifting Devices and Equipment, and Critical Lift
Requirements; performing handling and transportability in accordance with MIL-STD-2073/1 and
NPG 6000.l. The contractor shall ensure that all items packaged for storage by the customer are
adequately protected from the environment before the item is accepted into storage. The contractor
shall ensure items needing additional packaging and/or protection are routed through the packing and
crating shop for that purpose before being sent into storage.

        5.3.1 Material Handling for Special Moves
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        The contractor shall provide support in the movement of space flight hardware and ground
        support equipment (special moves) as defined by the Government. The contractor shall provide
        functional representatives familiar with packaging, handling, and transportation support of space
        related hardware to each NASA special move team, and assist in developing an
        ILS/transportation plan, subject to Government approval, for special moves. The Government
        will maintain overall approval authority of the ILS/transportation plan and the actual move.
        There are approximately 10 special moves performed annually.

        The contractor shall provide support to Code 442 to re-tarp the GRO container located at
        Building 27 for the period September 13, 2006 through September 30, 2006. (Mod 269)

        5.3.2 Handling of Electrostatic Sensitive Material

        The work instructions shall address the handling of electrostatic sensitive material, to include:
        receiving, inspecting, packing, packaging, shipping, and storing.

5.4 Fleet Management Operations

The contractor shall manage the GSFC vehicle fleet, consisting of approximately 282 GSFC-owned
vehicles (147 at Greenbelt and 135 at Wallops), approximately 265 pieces of GSFC-owned equipment
(81 at Greenbelt and 184 at Wallops) and approximately 18 Navy-owned vehicles at Wallops.
Greenbelt is presently acquiring Alternative Fueled Vehicles that will also require maintenance.

        5.4.1 Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance

        The contractor shall staff and operate a complete repair and maintenance garage facility at both
        the Greenbelt and Wallops locations. The contractor shall provide repair and maintenance
        services for the GSFC-owned vehicles, the GSFC-owned equipment, and the Navy-owned
        vehicles. A current list of GSFC-owned and Navy-owned vehicles is located at Appendix G.

        The contractor shall operate the Greenbelt facility between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:30
        p.m., except in emergency situations, such as snow removal activities. During snow emergency
        situations, the contractor shall operate the Greenbelt garage facility. At Wallops, the contractor
        shall operate the garage facility between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mechanics shall
        inventory, sign for, and be held accountable for their toolboxes.

        The contractor shall provide a fully operational garage around the clock for the period
        September 18, 2003 through September 19, 2003 in support of Hurricane Isabel operations at
        Goddard Space Flight Center. (Mod 119)

                 5.4.1.1 Preventive Maintenance
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                 The contractor shall maintain schedules for preventive maintenance of GSFC-owned
                 vehicles and equipment. The contractor shall perform approximately 400 preventive
                 maintenance jobs annually at Greenbelt and 600 preventive maintenance jobs annually
                 at Wallops. The contractor shall perform preventive maintenance jobs in accordance
                 with the preventive maintenance schedule when vehicles are under the warranty period.


                 Following expiration of the warranty, the contractor shall perform preventive
                 maintenance on the vehicle fleet every six months and twelve months, or 5,000 miles.
                 The contractor shall utilize Preventive Maintenance Checklists to accomplish this
                 activity. Each vehicle/equipment must receive an oil change at least once a year or
                 every 5,000 miles, whichever occurs first. If the vehicle is in the shop for maintenance
                 or other repairs, and an oil change is due within 500 miles, the contractor shall perform
                 an oil change at that time.

                 The contractor shall document all labor and material costs associated with performing
                 preventive maintenance. The contractor shall ensure all labor and material costs are
                 separated by individual vehicle or equipment GSFC license tag number or NASA
                 Property Number and maintained in GSFC’s automated vehicle management system,
                 ExtraFleet 2000.

                 5.4.1.2 Emissions

                 At Greenbelt, the contractor shall maintain schedules for performing emissions tests of
                 approximately 130 gasoline-driven, GSFC-owned vehicles, weighing less than or equal
                 to 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight. The contractor shall ensure vehicles are tested
                 every two years, take vehicles scheduled for emissions testing to the appropriate state
                 testing facility and store the results of the test in the vehicle’s glove compartment.

                 Presently, emissions testing is not required in the State of Virginia. If state regulations
                 change over the course of this contract, the contractor shall perform emissions testing on
                 the gasoline-driven, GSFC-owned vehicles at Wallops.

                 The contractor shall establish a payment method with the appropriate state and maintain
                 a record of these procedures. The contractor shall maintain testing and associated cost
                 data in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 5.4.1.3 Winterization

                 The contractor shall maintain schedules for winterizing all GSFC-owned vehicles and
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                 equipment. The contractor shall perform annual winterization on all GSFC-owned
                 vehicles and equipment by November 1 of each year. The contractor shall maintain all
                 costs associated with the winterization of GSFC-owned vehicles in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 5.4.1.4 Snow Removal Activities

                 At Greenbelt, the contractor shall support the GSFC Snow Removal effort by
                 maintaining a garage capability during regular and after hours snow operations under the
                 direction of the Facilities Management Division. The contractor shall operate a backhoe
                 for loading salt into the salt bin and dump trucks, as well as provide towing services as
                 directed by FMD. During snow removal activities, the contractor shall provide access
                 to one garage bay for use by the snow removal contractor in making minor repairs to
                 their equipment. In addition, the contractor may be asked to perform emergency minor
                 repairs to the snow removal contractor’s snow removal equipment.

                 The contractor shall provide a fully operational garage around the clock for the period
                 December 5, 2003 through December 6, 2003 and December 14, 2003 through
                 December 16, 2003 in support of snow removal operations at Goddard Space Flight
                 Center. (Mod 119)
                 The contractor shall provide round the clock garage support for snow removal
                 operations at Goddard Space Flight Center for the periods January 9, 2004; January
                 14, 2004 through January 15, 2004; January 17, 2004 through January 18, 2004; and,
                 January 23, 2004 through January 28, 2004. (Mod 124)

                 The contractor shall provide around the clock garage support for snow removal
                 operations for a snow event in February 2004 as well as provide maintenance of snow
                 removal equipment on May 1, 2004. (Mod 189)

                 Add -- The contractor shall provide round the clock garage support for snow removal
                 operations at Goddard Space Flight Center in March 2005. (Mod 218)


                 5.4.1.5 Repairs

                 The contractor shall maintain and repair all GSFC-owned vehicles and equipment
                 identified above. The contractor shall maintain all associated costs for repairs
                 (commercial and in-house) in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 The contractor shall complete repairs within industry standards documented in the Parts
                 and Time Guide, published by Chilton or Motor Manuals and document the actual time
                 in ExtraFleet 2000. The contractor shall obtain approval from LMD on any repairs
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                 exceeding $500.

                 The contractor shall provide towing service for GSFC-owned vehicles within 10 miles
                 of either location, or as specified by LMD. The contractor shall arrange for commercial
                 towing services for towing beyond our in-house capability or for distances exceeding 10
                 miles.

                 The contractor shall evaluate and repair transient Government-owned vehicles as
                 directed by LMD. Normally the number of transient Government vehicles requiring
                 repair services does not exceed 5 per year at each location.

                 The contractor shall inspect commercial carrier vehicles and trailers used for
                 transporting critical space flight hardware in accordance with the Tractor/Trailer
                 Inspection Procedure.

                 The contractor shall inspect, repair and maintain approximately 12 spacecraft shipping
                 containers and transporter support equipment items as directed by LMD. Shipping
                 containers vary in size and may include sophisticated environmental control systems.

                 The contractor shall perform all repair work at the GSFC garages except repairs
                 beyond GSFC in-house capability. The contractor shall arrange for repairs beyond
                 GSFC in-house capability with a local commercial facility.

                          5.4.1.5.1. In-House Repairs

                          The contractor shall perform approximately 700 repair jobs annually at
                          Greenbelt and 725 repair jobs annually at Wallops. At Greenbelt, the
                          contractor shall maintain and repair an increasing fleet of Alternative Fuel
                          Vehicles (AFV). Currently, Greenbelt’s fleet includes 8 AFV vehicles utilizing
                          Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). These AFV vehicles use both CNG and
                          gasoline. The contractor shall ensure that personnel obtain the training required
                          to maintain and repair the high-pressure natural gas fuel and component systems
                          for all types of GSFC-owned AFV vehicles.

                          The contractor shall disassemble, repair, refit and assemble engines, including
                          diesel engines and complete assemblies, such as transmissions, differentials,
                          clutches, transfer cases, front and rear end suspension assemblies. The
                          contractor shall inspect, determine cause for failure and repair, adjust, rebuild or
                          replace any defective component within any of these assemblies.

                          The contractor shall disassemble, inspect, test, repair and assemble electrical
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                          systems, carburetion systems, and fuel injection systems including computerized
                          controls on emission systems. The contractor shall inspect, determine cause for
                          failure and repair, adjust, rebuild or replace any defective electrical or
                          computerized component.

                          The contractor shall disassemble, repair, refit and assemble brake systems and
                          assemblies, including anti-lock braking systems, computer control units, sensors
                          and control solenoids. The contractor shall inspect, determine cause for failure,
                          and repair, rebuild or replace any defective component.

                          The contractor shall troubleshoot and repair special-purpose or industrial
                          equipment such as farm tractors, special-use trailers, mobile cranes, front-end
                          loaders, graders, forklifts (gas/electric/liquid propane gas), backhoes, trenchers,
                          snow plows, salt spreaders, auxiliary power generators, air compressors, fire
                          pump engines and others. The contractor shall perform extensive repairs to
                          hydraulic systems, with vane and gear pumps and motors, control valves,
                          holding valves, serviceable filter assemblies, relief valves, lift and hoist cylinders
                          and ram cylinders. The contractor shall obtain approval from LMD to perform
                          repairs on any crane, tractor crane or aerial lift affecting operations of booms or
                          hydraulics.

                          The contractor shall maintain and repair electric-powered vehicles, including
                          repairs to drive motor transmissions, gearboxes, wiring, controllers and electric
                          speed control systems, air conditioner charging devices, suspension and steering
                          systems and accessories. The contractor shall comply with all Federal
                          regulations for recycling and disposing of refrigerants (40 CFR Part 82).

                          The contractor shall provide maintenance/repair services to designated mobile
                          industrial equipment or power generating equipment being used to supply
                          emergency electrical power to any occupied GSFC building or trailer, or to
                          designated space flight operations. The contractor shall standby during rocket
                          and shuttle launches to provide emergency generator repair services as directed
                          by LMD.

                          The contractor shall perform minor automotive body repair and painting to
                          GSFC-owned vehicles and equipment to include, but not limited to, touch- up
                          painting.

                          5.4.1.5.2 Commercial Repairs

                          When repair requirements are beyond the GSFC in-house capability, the
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                          contractor shall arrange for repairs with a local commercial facility. The
                          contractor shall obtain the approval of LMD for any repairs in excess of $500.
                          The contractor shall verify all commercial vendor repairs and obtain a vendor
                          receipt for all work accomplished. The contractor shall maintain and record all
                          commercial repair costs in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 5.4.1.6 Stock Room

                 The contractor shall order and issue parts and materials in support of GSFC garage
                 operations. Most repair parts will be ordered as needed and delivered within 24 hours.
                  The contractor shall maintain an appropriately controlled inventory of frequently used
                 parts in stock, to include but not limited to belts, windshield wipers, oil filters, air filters,
                 windshield fluid and spark plugs. The contractor shall provide vehicle and equipment
                 repair parts equal in quality to original manufacturers replacement parts and used parts
                 must have the approval of LMD. The contractor shall maintain all inventory transactions
                 in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 The contractor shall perform an annual inventory of the stockroom and provide the
                 results of the inventory and subsequent reconciliation, as well as any inventory
                 adjustments to LMD by October 31 of each year. The contractor shall perform the
                 inventory and any required reconciliation in accordance with NPG 4100.1.

        5.4.2 Dispatch Operations

        The contractor shall provide a complete vehicle control operation that includes scheduling and
        issuing GSFC-owned vehicles, scheduling and performing pickup and delivery services,
        performing shuttle bus operations, coordinating office/lab moves, operating a taxi service at
        Wallops, ordering and dispensing fuel, and maintaining the transportation automated systems.
        The contractor shall provide dispatch services between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at
        Greenbelt and between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at Wallops.

        The contractor shall ensure all transportation automated systems are fully operational at both
        Greenbelt and Wallops. Transportation automated systems currently include, but are not limited
        to, the Gasboy Fleetkey System, the Dispatch/Automated Fleet Information System (DAFIS),
        and ExtraFleet 2000.

        The contractor shall provide after-hours support to various transportation functions including,
        but not limited to, shuttle bus services for tours, symposia, and conferences; pickup and delivery
        of materials and equipment; transporting personnel to and from local airports; and office moves.

                 5.4.2.1 Motor Pool Operations
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                 The contractor shall manage, issue and maintain a motor pool of approximately 46
                 GSFC-owned vehicles (32 vehicles at Greenbelt and 14 vehicles at Wallops). The
                 contractor shall schedule the motor pool fleets at Greenbelt and Wallops. The
                 contractor shall determine validity of all vehicle requests. The contractor shall ensure
                 that all operators have a valid driver’s permit for the type of vehicle to be operated, and
                 issued for the area in which the employee is principally employed or in which the
                 employee lives (FPMR 101-38.3). The contractor shall ensure that all travelers whose
                 destinations exceed 50 miles have valid travel orders and are issued the current U. S.
                 Government Credit Card.

                 For distances exceeding 50 miles, the contractor shall identify and perform pre-trip
                 inspections on all vehicles, trucks and equipment to ensure that they are operationally
                 safe and ready to issue to Center personnel. The contractor shall ensure that an
                 adequate number of personnel possess a valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License
                 (CDL) to ensure road tests and pre-trip inspections are performed.

                 At both Greenbelt and Wallops, the contractor shall refuel and clean (except for
                 washing) all motor pool vehicles upon return from travel. The contractor shall schedule
                 all motor pool vehicles to be washed at least every two weeks. The contractor shall
                 refuel transient Government vehicles when requested. The contractor shall inspect the
                 motor pool vehicles at least once per month to ensure each vehicle is equipped with a
                 flashlight, flares and an emergency kit.

                 5.4.2.2 NASA-8 Scheduling

                 At Greenbelt, the contractor shall receive passenger reservations, changes and
                 cancellations for NASA-8 and provide the information to Wallops daily. The
                 contractor shall maintain the passenger’s name, code and telephone number, as well as
                 the contact’s name, telephone number and building destination at Wallops. The
                 contractor shall provide shuttle bus service between GSFC’s Greenbelt location and the
                 Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) in accordance with the regularly
                 scheduled NASA-8 flights between Wallops and BWI.

                 The contractor shall arrange and coordinate ground transportation between locations on
                 Wallops base and the Wallops airfield.

                 5.4.2.3 Rigging Services

                 The contractor shall review items for pickup and delivery to determine whether rigging
                 services are needed to accomplish the activity. At Greenbelt, the contractor shall
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                 coordinate and arrange for rigging services with commercial sources in accordance with
                 LMD policy. At Greenbelt, approximately 60 rigging jobs are performed annually. At
                 Wallops, the contractor shall arrange for rigging services with the Facilities Management
                 Division.

                 5.4.2.4 Scheduled Runs

                 The contractor shall dispatch appropriate vehicles, personnel and equipment to perform
                 scheduled pick-up and delivery services as outlined in Appendix H. The contractor
                 shall provide these services both on and off GSFC (Baltimore/ Washington
                 Metropolitan Area, commercial zones at Greenbelt, and within 50 miles of Wallops).

                 In accordance with standards specified by LMD, the contractor shall deliver stores
                 stock orders (material release orders and backorder releases) and receipts from
                 purchases originated by GSFC Contracting Officers.

                 The contractor shall deliver mail once daily to approved GSFC mail code destinations.


                 The contractor shall provide daily mail pickup for the GEWA organization and deliver
                 excess furniture to center customers when needed on a non-interference basis effective
                 May 2004 through January 31, 2005. (Mod 189)

                 5.4.2.5 Call-Ins

                 The contractor shall dispatch appropriate vehicles, personnel and equipment to perform
                 pickup and delivery services for approximately 6,500 routine and 750 emergency
                 requests annually at Greenbelt and 15,000 routine and 500 emergency requests annually
                 at Wallops. These pickup and delivery services include support for NASA HQ
                 support, the Storage Program, and transportation of other items. The contractor shall
                 also pickup approximately 20,000 items annually (16,000 at Greenbelt, 1,800 at
                 Wallops, and 2,200 at NASA HQ) of excess property after the labeling has been
                 completed. The contractor shall deliver all excess equipment, materials, and supplies to
                 the Excess Warehouse or as appropriate to the designated outside excess storage lot.
                 The contractor shall enter all of these requests in DAFIS. The contractor shall provide
                 these services within the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan Area, commercial zones at
                 Greenbelt, and within a 50 mile radius of Wallops.

                 As part of these pickup and delivery services (including pickup and delivery of excess
                 property), the contractor shall provide a limited capability to assemble/disassemble
                 furniture (e.g., major components as opposed to pieces of components), excluding
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                 systems furniture; and disassemble other office furnishings. For the purpose of this
                 requirement, furniture includes standard office furniture (wood and metal) and modular
                 furniture. The contractor shall also remove white boards, chalk boards, bulletin boards,
                 pictures, and other similar items from walls as required. The contractor is not
                 authorized to mount those boards, pictures, or other items to any wall. The contractor
                 shall provide all tools. When performing these handyman services, the contractor shall
                 leave the work site clean and orderly and transport all packing material/trash/cardboard
                 to the designated area for disposal. The Logistics Management Division shall approve
                 all requests for these handyman services.

                 The contractor shall not deliver excess equipment and furniture for the Excess
                 Warehouse to Center customers for the period February 1, 2005 through
                 January 31, 2011. (Mod 224)

                 The contractor shall provide material handling services to remove excess equipment,
                 furniture and material from building 306 for NASA/GSFC Code 563 for the period
                 June 7, 2006 through June 30, 2006. (Mod 275)

                 The contractor shall complete emergency/priority requests in accordance with the
                 customer’s requirement. If the customer’s requirement cannot be met, the contractor
                 shall work with the customer to develop a mutually agreeable alternate schedule.

                 The contractor shall support the implementation of ODIN at NASA Headquarters
                 effective February 1, 2001 through April 30, 2001. These services shall be provided
                 Monday through Friday on a daily basis. The services shall be performed in response
                 to the schedule provided by NASA Headquarters identifying the number of skids and
                 pieces of equipment projected for delivery to the excess warehouse as new computer
                 systems are exchanged for obsolete systems.

                 The contractor shall provide the labor necessary to remove approximately 1,700 excess
                 chairs from the conference rooms, pods, and MIC rooms at NASA Headquarters in
                 Washington, D.C., effective June 1, 2002 through July 15, 2002.

                 5.4.2.6 Shuttle Bus Operations

                 The contractor shall provide shuttle bus service in support of customer requirements.
                 The contractor shall determine the validity of all requirements and maintain a record of
                 services provided in DAFIS. The contractor shall obtain the approval of LMD on
                 after-hours requirements.

                 The contractor shall assist in loading and unloading of passengers, passenger luggage
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                 and other materials; operating wheelchair lifts and securing of wheelchairs may be
                 required.

                          5.4.2.6.1 Scheduled Shuttle Bus Operations

                          The contractor shall operate scheduled shuttle bus service to and from local
                          commercial and Government airports in both Greenbelt and Wallops locales in
                          support of NASA administrative aircraft flights.

                          [Deleted forperiod effective February 1, 2002 through January 31, 2003.]
                          [Deleted for period effective February 1, 2003 through January 31, 2004.]
                          (Mod 85)

                          [Deleted for period effective February 1, 2004 through January 31, 2005.]
                          (Mod 162)

                          The contractor shall operate a scheduled shuttle bus service in support of the
                          GSFC Health Unit for X-rays and eye exams.




                          The contractor shall operate a shuttle bus service between Greenbelt and
                          NASA Headquarters in accordance with a predetermined schedule. [Deleted
                          for the period February 1, 2005 through January 31, 2011.]




                          The contractor shall provide taxi services, mail services and the pick up of
                          recycled paper for the off-site IFMP Offices at Goddard Corporate Park on a
                          daily basis Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Services shall
                          be provided using a taxi service approach and a scheduled run approach.
                          These services shall be provided from April 1, 2003 through January 31, 2004.
                          (Mod 118)

                          The contractor shall provide shuttle services for NASA employees and
                          customers between NASA Headquarters and 1800 M Street effective May 1,
                          2005 through June 17, 2005. (Mod 224)

                          The contractor shall provide shuttle services for NASA employees and
                          customers between NASA Headquarters and 1800 M Street effective
                          February 1, 2006 through March 31, 2006. (Mod 249)
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                          The contractor shall reduce transportation services by two and on-half man
                          years in support of the Goddard Space Flight Center for the period February 1,
                          2006 through January 31, 2011. (Mod 275)

                          5.4.2.6.2 Unscheduled Shuttle Bus Operations

                          The contractor shall provide unscheduled shuttle bus service as required in
                          support of a variety of events (e.g., tours, symposiums, meetings, training
                          classes, and student programs) sponsored by, but not limited to, the Public
                          Affairs Office (PAO), Management Education Center (MEC) and Equal
                          Employment Opportunity (EEO) Offices. The contractor shall utilize GSFC-
                          owned resources to support approximately 170 requirements annually at
                          Greenbelt and 40 requirements annually at Wallops, which includes
                          transportation requirements for high-ranking Government and civilian officials,
                          as defined by PAO. The contractor shall arrange with the GSFC Travel
                          Services Contractor to provide commercial transportation for all other bus
                          requirements. Commercial transportation is required for approximately 15-20
                          requirements annually and for a 2 month period during the summer.

                          The contractor shall provide transportation support for the Apollo Astronauts
                          35th Anniversary of Apollo 11 from July 20, 2004 through
                          July 21, 2004. (Mod 193)

                          The contractor shall provide transportation services to transport visitors to and
                          from GSFC via designated satellite parking areas, vehicle maintenance services
                          to repair or tow disabled government buses and/or commercial buses and
                          dispatch services to coordinate commercial bus transportation in support of
                          Goddard Day on July 31, 2004. (Mod 193)

                          5.4.2.6.3   On-Center Shuttle Bus Services

                          The contractor shall provide shuttle bus services effective February 2, 2001,
                          continuing through September 30, 2001. These services shall be provided on a
                          daily basis from Monday through Friday of each week. Services shall be
                          provided using both a fixed schedule approach and taxi service approach.
                          Center customers will have the capability to request direct pick-up and
                          destination drop-off service by placing a call directly to the assigned bus driver.
                           In addition, service shall be provided in accordance with a fixed schedule
                          delineating scheduled drop-off and pick-up times at selected buildings on
                          center.
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                          The contractor shall provide taxi services effective February 1, 2003
                          through January 31, 2004. These services shall be provided on a daily
                          basis from Monday through Friday of each week, from 6:00 a.m., to
                          5:30 p.m. Services shall be provided using a taxi service approach.
                          Center customers will have the capability to request direct pick-up and
                          destination drop-off services by placing a call directly to the assigned
                          bus driver. (Mod 90)

                          The contractor shall provide taxi services effective February 1, 2004
                          through January 31, 2005. These services shall be provided on a daily
                          basis from Monday through Friday of each week, from 6:00 a.m., to
                          5:30 p.m. Services shall be provided using a taxi service approach.
                          Center customers will have the capability to request direct pick-up and
                          destination drop-off services by placing a call directly to the assigned
                          bus driver. (Mod 163)

                          Add – The contractor shall provide taxi services effective February 1, 2005
                          through January 31, 2011. These services shall be provided on a daily basis
                          from Monday through Friday of each week, from 6:00 a.m., to 5:30 p.m.
                          Services shall be provided using a taxi service approach. Center customers will
                          have the capability to request direct pick-up and destination drop-off services
                          by placing a call directly to the assigned bus driver. (Mod 221)


                 5.4.2.7 Office Moves Coordination

                 The contractor shall arrange for all on and near- site office or lab moves. LMD will
                 inform the contractor of the selection of the prime and backup commercial sources to
                 be used to perform the office moves. The contractor shall use the prime mover
                 whenever possible. The contractor shall use one of the backup sources only in the
                 event that the prime mover cannot provide the service, or if notified by LMD of its
                 pending suspension. The contractor shall coordinate approximately 275 office moves
                 annually at Greenbelt and 35 annually at Wallops with commercial sources to provide
                 move estimates, perform the move, verify bills for payment, and process loss and
                 damage claims.

                 The contractor shall provide move coordination services for Goddard personnel
                 including, but not limited to, determining move requirements such as size, cost, and
                 timeframe; performing walk-throughs of current and proposed sites; determining any
                 special requirements (e.g., computer moves or carpeting); coordinating any special
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                 packing or special handling requirements; assisting customers in completing necessary
                 paperwork, floor plans, and move schedules; working with other service organizations
                 to coordinate ancillary services to ensure necessary schedules are met. Ancillary
                 services include, but are not limited to, mods and rehabs to office spaces, maintenance,
                 phones, excess furniture and equipment, carpeting, key control, property administration
                 functions, relocation of safes, securing equipment, mail services, and location changes.

                 When required, the contractor shall assist customers in preparing for moves, including
                 ordering supplies, inspecting material to ensure it is properly packed, secured, and
                 clearly labeled; establishing a move coding system; developing schematics to define
                 where material is to be relocated; ensuring all activities are completed by the move date,
                 and arranging with security for the movers to get on Center. When required, the
                 contractor shall also work with the customer to coordinate all activities during the move,
                 including monitoring the moving contractor’s activities; ensuring elevators are available,
                 halls and doorways are cleared, extra trash facilities are available, and electricity is
                 turned on; performing post-move walk-throughs with the customers. The contractor
                 shall coordinate the scheduling of a moving company.

                 The contractor shall provide move activity schedules, status reports, workload data,
                 and input to government reports and presentations, and serve as a source for customer
                 information for move activities and procedures.

                 The contractor shall track all associated costs for performing office/lab moves at both
                 locations. The contractor shall verify that all billing documents received from the office
                 mover are accurate before processing for payment.

                 The contractor shall ensure that loss and damage claims are provided to the office
                 mover within 7 calendar days of completion of the move. The contractor shall follow-
                 up with the office mover to ensure that claims are resolved within 60 calendar days of
                 filing of the claim and obtain interim status reports from the office movers every 30
                 calendar days on pending claims.

                 The contractor will provide the necessary move coordination and accountable property
                 services in support of the ESSB move effort effective March 1, 2001, through January
                 31, 2002. These services will be provided on a daily basis from Monday through
                 Friday of each week. Services shall be provided on a daily basis in response to
                 schedules provided by the customer.

                 The contractor shall provide the necessary move coordination and accountable property
                 services in support of the ESSB move effort effective February 1, 2003 through
                 September 30, 2003. These services will be provided on a daily basis from Monday
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                 through Friday of each week. Services shall be provided on a daily basis in response to
                 schedules provided by the customer. (Mod 116)

                 The contractor shall provide logistics and escort services in support of the Code 290
                 office move from August 20, 2004 through August 23, 2004. (Mod 193)

                 The contractor shall provide moving/installation services for Goddard Space Flight
                 Center in support of Code 270 for the period July 23, 2008 through October 23, 2008.
                 (Mod 356)

                 5.4.2.8 Setups

                 The contractor shall coordinate, arrange for, and set-up conference rooms, classrooms,
                 and auditoriums (chairs, tables, exhibits, etc.) in support of meetings, symposia,
                 conferences and assemblies. The contractor shall receive approximately 400 setup
                 requests annually at Greenbelt and approximately 100 setup requests annually at
                 Wallops. The contractor shall receive details of these requests from the Directorate
                 Coordinators, to include floor plans.

                 The contractor shall provide logistics services in support of a visit by the Queen on
                 England for the period April 23, 2007 through May 31, 2007. (Mod 321)

        5.4.3 Administration

        The contractor shall maintain complete files on vehicles and equipment, containing such
        information as: tag numbers, NASA property numbers, purchase orders, receipt and inspection
        reports, certificates of origin, warranties, maintenance repair orders, accident reports and repair
        costs. The contractor shall maintain hard-copy documentation, and operate and maintain all
        automated transportation management systems. Current systems include: ExtraFleet 2000,
        DAFIS (Dispatch/Automated Fleet information System), and the Gasboy Fleetkey System.

        ExtraFleet 2000 is a vehicle management software system that maintains vehicle cost and
        inventory data. The contractor shall maintain all vehicle cost and inventory data daily to include,
        but not limited to, vehicle specifications, work order assignments and related costs, mileage
        data, and preventive maintenance and emissions schedules.

        Our automated dispatch system, DAFIS (Dispatch/Automated Fleet Information System),
        tracks vehicle usage and customer requirements for functions performed by the contractor, such
        as motor pool operations, pickup and delivery requirements, shuttle bus services and set-ups.
        The contractor shall maintain and operate DAFIS and use it to record every customer
        requirement.
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        The contractor shall maintain and operate the automated fuel dispensing system, Gasboy
        Fleetkey System. The Gasboy Fleetkey System is an automated fuel dispensing and recording
        system. The contractor shall ensure that all Gasboy fuel transactions are imported into
        ExtraFleet 2000 daily. The contractor shall reconcile problem transactions within one day.

        The contractor shall participate in Motor Vehicle Utilization Reviews (MVURs) as required.
        MVURs are held every three years. The contractor shall provide vehicle use and assignment
        information to the MVUR Board when requested. The contractor shall serve on the MVUR
        Board if requested by LMD.

                 5.4.3.1 Credit Cards

                 The contractor shall procure, issue and maintain a U. S. Government Credit Card for all
                 GSFC-owned vehicles in accordance with FPMR 101-26.502 and 101-39.8. The
                 contractor shall also maintain and enter credit card purchases in ExtraFleet 2000.

                 The contractor shall destroy and maintain a record of expired, lost, stolen, or excessed
                 vehicle credit cards. The contractor shall provide such records and also records of lost
                 or stolen credit cards to LMD immediately.

                 5.4.3.2 License Plates

                 The contractor shall issue, control and maintain official U. S. Government license tags in
                 accordance with Federal Property Management Regulation (FPMR) 101-38.202.

                 The contractor shall destroy and maintain a record of license tags assigned to vehicles
                 that have been removed from Government service. The contractor shall provide such
                 records, as well as records of lost or stolen tags to LMD immediately.

                 5.4.3.3 Vehicle Identification and De-Identification

                 The contractor shall ensure that each vehicle/equipment is adequately identified as a
                 GSFC asset. The contractor shall apply a U.S. Government license tag, NASA
                 Equipment Management System (NEMS) tag, and appropriate agency and operating
                 logos as directed by LMD. The contractor shall ensure that a U.S. Government Credit
                 Card and two sets of keys are available for each vehicle.

                 The contractor shall maintain a record of and ensure that all agency identification is
                 completely removed prior to disposal of vehicle/equipment and that the U.S.
                 Government tags and U.S. Government Credit Card are shredded. The contractor
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                 shall provide such record to LMD immediately.

                 5.4.3.4 Keys

                 The contractor shall order, maintain, secure, and issue vehicle/equipment keys. The
                 contractor shall order, maintain, secure, encode, and issue Gasboy Fleetkey System
                 keys. The contractor shall maintain a list of the Gasboy Fleetkey System encoded keys
                 in ExtraFleet 2000. The contractor shall ensure that all keys are maintained in a secure
                 location.

                 5.4.3.5 Fuel

                 The contractor shall procure fuel from vendors selected by the Defense Fuel Supply
                 Center (DFSC). The contractor shall maintain a record of fuel deliveries, ensuring the
                 current price is recorded on the gas/diesel pumps and in ExtraFleet 2000. The
                 contractor shall be present and supervise all fuel deliveries in accordance with safety
                 requirements.

                 The contractor shall check the gas tank monitoring system to ensure the inventory is
                 accurate. At Greenbelt, the contractor shall accomplish this check weekly by measuring
                 the fuel in the tank and comparing those results with the printout from the Veeder-Root
                 System located in Building 27, Room 120C. At Wallops, the contractor shall verify
                 inventory accuracy by measuring the fuel in the tank daily and comparing those results
                 with Gasboy and the meter readings from the pumps.

                 The contractor shall ensure appropriate inventory management procedures are
                 established and followed in accounting for fuel used in all reimbursable agreements
                 between GSFC and its contractors as specified by LMD.

                 The contractor shall deliver gasoline and diesel fuel by tanker truck to vehicles and
                 emergency generators located at Wallops Island weekly. Fuel dispensed from the
                 Greenbelt pumps equates to approximately 67,000 gallons of gasoline and 10,000
                 gallons of diesel annually. Fuel dispensed from the Wallops pumps equates to
                 approximately 87,000 gallons of gasoline and 39,000 gallons of diesel annually.

                 5.4.3.6 Accident Reporting

                 The contractor shall ensure that personnel using GSFC-owned vehicles/equipment are
                 fully informed of the proper accident reporting procedures. The contractor shall
                 promptly report accidents to their supervisors and LMD.
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                 The contractor shall ensure that on-base accidents are promptly reported to the GSFC
                 Security Office, and that off-base accidents are reported to the local police.

                 The contractor shall ensure that accident reporting forms, Standard Form 91 (Motor
                 Vehicle Accident Report), Standard Form 94 (Statement of Witness) (if applicable) and
                 GSFC Form 23-14A (GSFC Motor Vehicle Accident Report) are completed at the
                 scene of an accident, if possible, or as soon thereafter as possible. The contractor shall
                 ensure that accident reports are promptly submitted to LMD. The contractor shall
                 ensure that the damaged vehicle is brought to the GSFC garage, if possible, or that
                 garage personnel are notified of the accident.

6.0 EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT

The contractor shall provide support to GSFC, NASA HQ, and the NASA IV&V Facility to control
and manage equipment, to include utilizing government provided computer systems to track and
maintain government-owned and leased property, and contractor-held property. The contractor shall
be involved in all facets of property control, including identifying and tagging equipment and conducting
inventories.

6.1 Equipment Control

The contractor shall provide support to control all property at GSFC (Greenbelt and Wallops), NASA
HQ, and the NASA IV&V Facility. This includes approximately 81,000 items ($580 million) at
Greenbelt, 8,600 items ($97 million) at Wallops, 8,700 items ($33 million) at NASA HQ, and 300
items at the NASA IV&V Facility. This control is initiated when the contractor identifies controlled
equipment and tags the items with barcode tags. The contractor shall also provide support in monitoring
contractor-held property.

The contractor will provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 500 for the period April 1,
2001 through September 30, 2001. The contractor will help assist in locating, tagging and/or entering
updated information in the NEM's database. In cases when necessary, Cortez will also assist in
surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 500 account.

The contractor will provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the period
February 1, 2002 through January 31, 2003. The contractor will help assist in locating, tagging and/or
entering updated information in the NEM's database. In cases when necessary, Cortez will also assist in
surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547 account.

The contractor shall provide property accountability and disposal support services to Code 450/CSOC
for the period April 1, 2003 through December 31, 2003. (Mod 89)
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The contractor will provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the period
February 1, 2003 through January 31, 2004. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Material
Coordinator and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 547
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547
account. (Mod 116)

The contractor will provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the period
February 1, 2004 through January 31, 2005. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Material
Coordinator and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 547
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547
account. (Mod 163)

The contractor will provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to the HST Project for the period
April 1, 2004 through September 30, 2004. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Material
Coordinator and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 442
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 442
account. (Mod 172)

The contractor shall provided dedicated Property Custodian Services to NASA HQ from June 9, 2004
through January 31, 2005. Property accounts will be assigned to the Administrator and services will be
provided in the locating, tagging, managing, controlling and assigning of equipment to HQ personnel.
The contractor shall also assist in surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the HQ account. (Mod 193)

Add -- The contractor shall provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the period
February 1, 2005 through January 31, 2006. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Material
Coordinator and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 547
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547
account. (Mod 218)

Add – The contractor shall provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the
period August 1, 2005 through January 31, 2006. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Material
Coordinator and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 547
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547
account. (This full time person is in addition to the ½ man year proposed for the period February 1,
2005 through January 31, 2006.) (Mod 218)

Add -- The contractor shall provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to NASA Headquarters
for the period February 1, 2005 through January 31, 2006. (Mod 221)

Add -- The contractor shall provide dedicated Property Custodian Services to Code 547 for the period
February 1, 2006 through January 31, 2007. Custodian accounts will be assigned to the Engineering
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Technician II and services will be provided in the locating, tagging, assigning of equipment to Code 547
personnel. The contractor will also assist in the surveying of lost pieces of equipment on the Code 547
account. (Mod 247)

The contractor shall provide a dedicated NASA HQ Equipment Administrator to support on-site
Property Administator at NASA HQ in Washington, DC for the period February 1, 2007 through
January 31, 2008. (Mod 315)

The contractor shall provide a dedicated NASA HQ Equipment Administrator to support on-site
Property Administation at NASA HQ in Washington, DC for the period February 1, 2008 through
January 31, 2009. (Mod 355)

Add -- The contractor shall provide dedicated Property Custodian Services , administrative support
services and clerical services to Code 547 for the period February 1, 2008 through January 31, 2009.
 (Mod 365)
The contractor shall provide full time dedicated Property Administration, Administrative and clerical
services to the Explorations Sciences Building August 1, 2009 through July 31, 2010. (Mod 406)

        6.1.1 Tagging

        The contractor shall tag and document controlled, non-controlled, and leased equipment at
        NASA HQ, and all GSFC and occasional local off-site locations as required by the
        government. This includes equipment purchased on Goddard contracts and purchase orders,
        transfers from other centers, returned Government Furnished Property (GFP) from contractors,
        direct deliveries, vendor installed property, fabricated property, Found On Station (FOS)
        property, controlled equipment received for NASA HQ accounts, and items for inventory that
        meet the criteria for capitalization or control. The contractor shall maintain the required
        equipment control number register, account for all tags received for use, and prepare the initial
        automated equipment record. The contractor shall tag approximately 6,000 items at Greenbelt,
        1,000 at Wallops, and 1,000 at NASA HQ annually.

        6.1.2 NASA Equipment Management System (NEMS) and Computer Hardware Inventory
              and Repair Processing System (CHIRPS) Transactions

        The contractor shall provide cataloging services, and receive, review, correct and process all
        equipment transactions for the NASA Equipment Management System (NEMS) and the
        Computer Hardware Inventory and Repair Processing System (CHIRPS) by: handling
        inquiries, conducting research, sorting and distributing daily equipment reports; maintaining an
        audit trail of transactions affecting equipment records; retaining source documents; and
        maintaining the official file for the loan and lease programs.
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        The contractor shall maintain the quality of the equipment databases, including, but not limited
        to: information accuracy and timeliness of data updates. The contractor shall reconcile all
        monthly and semiannual exception reports received from Accounting. The contractor shall
        process approximately 48,000 transactions for Greenbelt, 2,500 for Wallops, 17,000 for
        NASA HQ, and 100 for the NASA IV&V Facility annually.

        6.1.3 Contractor-Held Property

        The contractor shall receive, review, and provide data input into the NASA Industrial Property
        Management Information System (NIPMIS) and file documentation on contractor-held
        property. The contractor shall process approximately 1,200 NIPMIS transactions annually.

        6.1.4 Physical Inventory

        The contractor shall schedule, conduct, reconcile, and report triennial inventories of controlled
        personal property and annual sensitive item inventories at Greenbelt, Wallops, the NASA
        IV&V Facility, and occasional local off-site locations using government supplied optical
        scanners, microcomputers, and a government approved inventory module. There are 307
        property accounts at Greenbelt, 27 at Wallops, and 1 at the NASA IV&V Facility. The
        contractor shall perform approximately 100 inventories annually at Greenbelt, 10 annually at
        Wallops, and 1 inventory every three years at the NASA IV&V Facility. The contractor shall
        perform an annual inventory at NASA HQ for approximately 126 property accounts.
        Support/conduct a triennial Center-wide Equipment Inventory at GSFC, WFF and IV&V
        during a one-year period from February 1, 2001 through January 31, 2002.

6.2 Excess Program

The contractor shall support excess property processing for all excess transactions including exchange
sale transactions. The contractor shall also be responsible for customer service, data inputs, special
moves, emergency requests, delivery ticket processing, receipt, cancellations, storage, expedited
screening, and redistribution and disposal of GSFC excess/surplus property, including identification,
segregation and disposal of scrap and hazardous materials. The warehouse shall be open for operations
from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and open for customers screening equipment, 8:00
a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

        6.2.1 Labeling Excess Property

        The contractor shall affix labels to approximately 20,000 items (16,000 at Greenbelt, 1,800 at
        Wallops, and 2,200 at NASA HQ) annually of excess equipment, materials, and supplies,
        interfacing as appropriate with Property Custodians and government property disposal
        personnel. The contractor shall identify and document excess equipment containing hazardous
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        material content, previously cannibalized or in scrap condition.

        6.2.2 Excess Property Warehousing

        The contractor shall receive, inspect and locate approximately 20,000 items (16,000 at
        Greenbelt, 1,800 at Wallops, and 2,200 at NASA HQ) annually of incoming excess equipment,
        materials and supplies, including equipment containing hazardous material contents, and ensure
        physical and environmental protection. In addition to the excess warehouse, the contractor shall
        store excess property in the Government’s outside excess storage lots as appropriate. The
        contractor shall ensure the most effective use of warehouse space, store property to facilitate
        screening by customers, and recommend major changes, additions or enhancements to LMD
        for approval. The contractor shall store equipment and material in the proper physical
        environment to guard against damage or deterioration. The contractor shall ensure required
        material handling equipment is maintained and available and arrange and coordinate with
        appropriate GSFC organizations all general maintenance of inside and outside
        warehouse/storage facilities.

        6.2.3 Locator System

        The contractor shall establish and maintain a warehouse locator system; file source documents
        by case numbers; and provide a copy to LMD. The contractor shall initiate survey actions on
        lost, damaged, or destroyed excess property and materials at the time the loss or damage is
        discovered and provide them to LMD.

        6.2.4 Disk Cleaning

        The contractor shall provide services to ensure that the hard drives of all GSFC desktop
        computers are cleared of all data and software prior to disposal via internal redistribution,
        federal transfers, donation, or sale. In the event that the hard drive cannot be cleaned, the
        contractor shall remove and destroy the hard drive. The contractor shall install an operating
        system (presently a version of Windows), as designated by LMD, and test the system for Year
        2000 compliance. The contractor shall process approximately 20 computer systems per day at
        Greenbelt and 5-10 per day at Wallops, and maintain a Disk Cleaning Log with the results.

        6.2.5 NASA Property Disposal Management System (NPDMS) and Awaiting Pickup System
              (APICS) Transactions

        The contractor shall receive, review, and process all NPDMS and APICS transactions as
        provided by the LMD, in accordance with current policies and regulations. The contractor shall
        maintain accurate and complete NPDMS and APICS databases, and update the databases in a
        timely manner. On occasion, the contractor shall be required to make inquiries into the NASA
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        Equipment Management System (NEMS) active or history files and the NEMS Central
        Database to complete specific NPDMS transactions. The contractor shall conduct research to
        obtain additional information not provided on the transaction document.

        6.2.6 Reutilization




        The contractor shall coordinate approximately 2,000 redistributions (1,500 at Greenbelt and
        500 at Wallops) annually of excess property through pickup, scheduling, and packing and
        crafting as appropriate. The contractor shall provide escort service to screeners as required.
        The contractor shall release equipment to customers with documented authorization from LMD.
        (Mod 181)

        6.2.7 Executive Order 12999

        The contractor shall support LMD in meeting the requirements of Executive Order 12999 by
        performing the following activities for all desktop computer systems (approximately 3,000 at
        Greenbelt and 75 at Wallops annually) donated to educational activities:

                 a.       clearing all data and software from the hard drive
                 b.       installing an operating system (presently a version of Windows) as designated
                          by LMD
                 c.       testing the system for Year 2000 compliance
                 d.       identifying system configuration information (e.g., type of processor and amount
                          of RAM)

        The contractor shall search the Executive Order 12999 web site on a daily basis to determine
        which schools have registered for the computer donation program.

        The contractor shall keep an inventory of equipment donated to schools under the Executive
        Order 12999 and Stevenson-Wydler programs, and give orientation sessions to schools on the
        procedures for obtaining equipment under both those programs.

        6.2.8 On-Site Sales

        The contractor shall segregate, lot, tag, and display property for inspection and on-site sale to
        the public sector. The contractor shall stage equipment in a designated sale area of the Excess
        Warehouse. The contractor shall lot items flagged “exchange/sale” separately from all other
        items. On occasion, the contractor shall be required to provide limited disassembly capability
        for precious metals, (e.g., remove printed circuit cards from surplus computer related equipment
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        prior to sales disposition). This disassembly consists of routine operations not requiring any high
        degree of technical proficiency. The contractor shall provide a certified Auctioneer to conduct
        onsite Auction Sales at GSFC (Greenbelt and Wallops) when required by the LMD Sales
        Contracting Officer. For Retail Sales, the contractor shall provide services to perform minor
        upgrades and repairs to desktop computers. The contractor shall also provide the necessary
        resources to register sales bidders, record sales results, prepare award receipts, and schedule
        the pickup of sold property with the successful bidder. The LMD Sales Contracting Officer will
        determine which excess property is to be sold and the price ranges for the property. The
        contractor shall perform all the above services to support a minimum of 2 sales (1 retail and 1
        auction) per month at Greenbelt and 6 sales (3 retail and 3 auction) per fiscal year at Wallops.

        6.2.9 Physical Inventory

        The contractor shall conduct a wall-to-wall inventory of all excess property and material located
        in the Excess Warehouses and the outside lots once every 2 years, or as directed. The
        contractor shall provide a plan and schedule for conducting the inventory to LMD 30 days prior
        to the start of the inventory for approval. The reconciliation, including inventory adjustments
        involving accountable records for excess property, will be completed by LMD. The contractor
        shall review over-aged cases on a quarterly basis and provide findings to LMD.

        6.2.10 Cooperative Administrative Support Unit (CASU) Program

        The contractor shall provide warehouse support to receive shipments of property received from
        Agencies under the CASU Program. The contractor shall be required to check manifests of
        incoming property to ensure accuracy. If any discrepancies are found, the contractor shall
        report them to LMD immediately. Approximately 1,000 items are processed annually.

7.0 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Administrative Services include the Mail Services Center (MSC) Operations, the Forms, Records, and
Directives (FORD) Program, and the Interior Design Program.

7.1 Mail Services Center (MSC)

The contractor shall operate a comprehensive MSC at the GSFC/Greenbelt site in accordance with
U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Regulations, processing mail for approximately 10,000 GSFC employees
located within a 3 square mile area in approximately 33 buildings and some near off-site locations.

        7.1.1 Incoming Mail

        Incoming mail sources include the USPS, NASA HQ, and near off-site locations (1.9 million
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        pieces annually), as well as Goddard internal mail (1.7 million pieces annually). The contractor
        shall sort and process incoming mail upon receipt. The contractor shall research misaddressed
        mail (approximately 100,000 annually) when necessary via the Locator and Information
        Services Tracking System (LISTS) to determine the final destination.

        7.1.2 Outgoing Domestic Mail

        Outgoing mail is generated internally from Center sources and designated for off-site locations.
        The contractor shall comply with the prescribed laws and regulations governing domestic mail
        prepared for delivery within the United States. The contractor shall properly sort and meter
        outgoing mail for pick up by the USPS or other vendors (approximately 205,000 pieces
        annually). The contractor shall provide a monthly meter report showing the total meter costs
        and pieces.

        7.1.3 Outgoing International Mail

        The contractor shall process all outgoing international mail (approximately 75,000 pieces
        annually). The contractor shall comply with the prescribed laws and regulations governing
        international mail, for both the United States and those of the destination country. All outgoing
        international mail shall be screened against the list of countries that are subject to special policy
        and procedures considerations per the GSFC International Coordinator’s Office, Code 100.
        The contractor shall return any outgoing international mail addressed to a country on the Code
        100 list to the sender, along with a form letter approved by the Logistics Management Division
        directing the sender to the GSFC International Coordinator’s Office for approval to mail.

        The contractor shall subcontract competitively for mail consolidation services from those
        companies accepted in the Pre-Qualified Wholesaler program offered by the U.S. Postal
        Service, when it is in the best interest of GSFC to take advantage of outgoing mail consolidation
        services. The contractor shall sort all outgoing international mail into two categories; ISAL
        (International Surface Air Lift) and IPA (International Priority Airmail) when preparing mail for
        consolidator processing.

        7.1.4 Labeled Distributions

        Labeled distributions are repetitive quantities of mail (e.g., newsletters, catalogs,
        announcements, and phonebooks) that need address labels, packaging, stapling, sorting, and
        other special processing. The contractor shall prepare and process distributions (approximately
        400 labeled distributions a year and approximately 1.2 million copies annually).

        7.1.5 Special Services Mail
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        Incoming Special Services Mail includes USPS overnight express, certified, and registered mail,
        as well as large volumes of mail addressed to a single individual or office. The GSFC Security
        Office shall be notified whenever any double wrapped registered mail arrives before any attempt
        is made to deliver the mail pieces to the addressee. The contractor shall properly log, sort and
        prepare incoming special services mail for delivery (approximately 3,000 pieces annually).
        Outgoing Special Services Mail includes express, certified, registered, and oversized parcels.
        The contractor shall log, sort, and stage for pickup by the USPS or other vendors
        (approximately 4,000 pieces annually).

        7.1.6. Mail Stations

        The contractor shall maintain the central mail station within each Center building. All mail
        stations shall be inspected quarterly for safety, neatness, cleanliness, and mail bin label accuracy.
        Mail bins shall be maintained in ascending order by mail code. The contractor shall update
        informational signs (e.g., mail schedule and outgoing mail sorting bags) as needed.

        The contractor shall maintain a master list of all active mail codes within each building. The
        master list shall be updated within 3 workdays following office relocations/ reorganizations
        and/or quarterly inspection.

        7.1.7    Technical Information Services

        The contractor shall provide the necessary personnel, equipment, maintenance, and services
        needed to fulfill the following requirements at Goddard and when necessary at NASA
        Headquarters:

        -    Management and Administrative
        -    Communications
                 AV Operations
                 Videoconference Operations
                 Event Coordination
                 Facilities Scheduling
        -    Duplicating
        -    Computer Graphics
                 General Multimedia Design
                 Imaging and Technical Graphics
                 Business Marketing Graphics
                 Concept Visualization Graphics
                 Broadcast Video Graphics
                 Public Relations and Web Publishing Graphics
                 Extended Technical Support
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         -   Photography
                  Scientific and Technical Photographic Shooting
                  Public Relations Photographic Shooting
                  High Speed Video Motion Instrumentation
                  Photographic Production
         -   Service Desk Operations
         -   Publications and Documentation
         -   Equipment Maintenance
         -   Printing Management

 The contractor shall provide technical editing and design layout to the Proposal Development Office of Code 740 for
the period February 1, 2008 through January 31, 2009. (Mod 367)

 The contractor shall provide support in the areas of graphics, publications and design in support of Code 600 for the
period December 1, 2008 through January 31, 2011. (Mod 368)

The contractor shall provide Multi-Media Design support for the Goddard Space Flight Center for the period August
25, 2008, through January 31, 2011. (Mod 370)


The contractor shall provide systems administration and infrastructure support services to the Technical
Information Management Systems (TiMS) Branch to provide systems and server support for the period
February 1, 2008 through January 31, 2011. (Mod 382)

7.2 Forms, Records and Directives (FORD)

The contractor shall support the FORD Management Program at Greenbelt and Wallops by automation
development, process improvement initiatives, and day to day administrative support of the FORD
Management Office.

         7.2.1 Forms Management

         Forms management involves maintaining an accurate inventory of approximately 800 GSFC,
         NASA, and other government agency forms in either an electronic or paper format. The
         contractor shall provide supply support for paper forms and issue stock to GSFC, HQ and
         other NASA Center customers (approximately 2,500 requisitions annually). The contractor
         shall maintain a central database of electronic forms for Centerwide use and facilitate updates.

         The contractor shall operate an identical forms management system at Wallops for
         approximately 340 Wallops unique forms only (approximately 800 requisitions annually), and
         shall operate a Wallops stockroom for distribution of Goddard, NASA, and other forms to
         Wallops personnel.
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        7.2.2 Announcements/Publications

        The contractor shall maintain, log, and sequentially number official Goddard Announcements
        (approximately 100 annually) and maintain and distribute special forms, publications, and
        informational/instructional booklets such as those involving health benefits, the Public Affairs
        Office, and the federal retirement system.

        7.2.3 Directives Management

        Directives management involves maintaining and managing approximately 75 hard copy
        documents (e.g., Goddard Handbooks (GHBs) and NASA Handbooks (NHBs), procurement
        regulations, and other regulatory documents. The contractor shall provide supply support for
        directives and issue stock to GSFC and other NASA Centers’ employees (approximately 150
        requisitions annually).

        The contractor shall operate and provide day-to-day support of the Goddard Directives
        Management System (GDMS). The GDMS is a web-based system that maintains the
        collection of both Center-level and directorate/lower-level directives issued by GSFC along
        with the procedures for establishing and maintaining such collection. The contractor shall
        receive, review, and process all GDMS transactions as provided by LMD, in accordance with
        current policies and regulations. The contractor shall maintain an accurate and complete GDMS
        database, and perform data updates in a timely manner.

        The contractor shall provide guidance to GSFC customers in preparing the directives for
        review; coordinate and prepare new or revised directives for Centerwide reviews; coordinate
        electronic posting of the directives to the Goddard Directives Management System; and
        maintain the directive case file which includes the signed directive, the route sheet, reviewer
        comments, and disposition of comments.

        7.2.4 Records Management

        Records management at Greenbelt involves the storage, disposal, and retrieval of retired
        government records for Greenbelt customers. The contractor shall assist customers in the
        correct preparation of newly retired records for storage at the Washington National Records
        Center (WNRC) in Suitland, MD or a private storage facility if required (approximately 150
        new retirements annually). Upon receipt from the customer of GSFC Form 22-41, “Records
        Retirement,” the contractor shall complete the Standard Form 135, and coordinate
        transportation of records to and from Suitland or other locations (approximately 300
        transportation requests annually). The contractor shall coordinate termination or renewal
        notices from WNRC with the Goddard FORD Manager and contact the appropriate customer
        to determine if the records are to be terminated or renewed (approximately 100 annually) and
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        maintain logs and files for all records and records transactions.

        Records management at Wallops is a comprehensive program that involves the storage,
        disposal, and retrieval of retired government records for Wallops customers. The contractor
        shall assist customers in the correct preparation of newly retired records for storage at the
        Wallops Records Holding Facility. The contractor shall coordinate the on-site pickup and
        delivery of records. The contractor shall issue termination and/or renewal notices; properly
        disposing of appropriate records; and maintain logs and files for all records and associated
        records transactions.

        Records management at NASA Headquarters involves the storage, disposal, and retrieval of
        retired government records for NASA Headquarters customers. The contractor shall assist
        customers in the correct preparation of newly retired records for storage at the Washington
        National Records Center (WNRC) in Suitland, MD or a private storage facility if required
        (approximately 80 new retirements annually and approximately 600 cubic feet per year). Upon
        receipt of the box contents list and SF 135 from the customer, the contractor shall review and
        complete the SF 135 and coordinate transportation of records to and from Suitland or other
        locations (approximately 250 transportation requests annually). The contractor shall coordinate
        termination, retrievals, or renewal notices from WNRC with the NASA Headquarters Records
        Manager and contact the appropriate customer to determine if the records are to be terminated
        or renewed (approximately 100 annually), and maintain logs and files for all records and records
        transactions. In addition, the contractor shall assist NASA Headquarters customers in the use
        of the Agency Filing Scheme (AFS), assist the NASA Headquarters Records Manager in
        training current and new employees in records management, and assist in the review, approval,
        and denial of file and storage cabinets.

        The contractor shall assist the NASA Headquarters Records Manager in the declassification
        effort on all classified documents 25 years of age or older as required by Executive Order
        12958, including maintaining the computer database of all materials reviewed.
        The contractor shall provide support in the areas of Scientific and Technical Information reviews
        and Records Manager in support of Code 270, for the period October 1, 2007 through
        January 31, 2011. (Mod 386)


7.3 Interior Design

The contractor shall support the GSFC furniture program by providing interior design services to
Goddard customers requiring new furniture or office/lab reconfiguration for existing furniture.
Approximately 70 requests totaling 275 workstations are processed annually.

The contractor shall provide interior design services to Goddard personnel; perform workflow analysis;
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develop block diagrams and detailed floor plans and furniture layouts; define furniture, and other
furnishings requirements; provide furniture recommendations; assist customers in developing and
processing acquisition paperwork; coordinate meetings between vendors and customers; review vendor
drawings and parts lists; and coordinate furniture installations and perform post-installation walk-
throughs. The contractor shall be able to provide these services for all types of furniture including
systems, modular, and standard furniture.

The contractor shall assist customers to coordinate all ancillary services for large systems or modular
furniture buys such as phones, mods, maintenance activities, establishing move plans, carpeting, excess
equipment/furniture, or computer hookups. The contractor shall provide visual presentations to
customers as required; prepare activity schedules; provide status reports, work load data, and inputs to
government reports and presentations; and participate in automating efforts for Computer Aided Design
(CAD) and tracking workload.
The contractor shall provide interior design support for the new buildings being constructed at Goddard
Space Flight Center for the period October 26, 2008 through
Jauary31, 2011. (Mod 369)
        Appendix A: Work Breakdown Structure - 7/10/00                                                                                                            A-1




                                            Work Breakdown Structure for the Goddard Logistics Services Contract




                                                                            Goddard Logistics
                                                                            Services Contract




1.0                     2.0                         3.0                     4.0                    5.0                       6.0                       7.0
    Program
 Management and               Information             Project Logistics       Supply Support                                        Equipment                Administrative
                                                                                                      Transportation
    Business                    Systems                   Support               Operations                                         Management                  Services
  Management



1.1 - Program           2.1 - AMMS Operations       3.1 - Integrated        4.1 - Requisition      5.1 - Traffic             6.1 - Equipment Control   7.1 - Mail Services
Management                                          Logistics Support       Processing             Management                                          Center
                        2.2 - Information Systems                                                                            6.2 - Excess Program
1.2 - Quality           Implementations,            3.2 - Mechanical        4.2 - Inventory        5.2 - Preservation,                                 7.2 - Forms, Records,
Management Program      Modifications, and          Engineering             Management             Packing, and Packaging                              and Directives
                        Operations                                                                 Support
1.3 - Business                                      3.3 - Storage Program   4.3 - Research and                                                         7.3 - Interior Design
Management                                                                  Cataloging             5.3 - Material Handling
                                                    3.4 - Materials
1.4 - Cost Control                                  Provisioning            4.4 - Purchasing and   5.4 - Fleet Management
                                                                            Acquisition            Operations
                                                    3.5 - Export Control
                                                                            4.5 - Receiving

                                                                            4.6 - Warehousing
Appendix B: Customers Presently Supported - 7/10/00                                            B-1


                             Customers Presently Supported – Greenbelt


1.   GSFC-Greenbelt (all NASA and NASA contractor on-site organizations and several near off-site
     locations)

2.   Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), New York City

3.   NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

4.   NASA IV&V Facility, Fairmont, West Virginia

5.   All NASA Centers (forms and directives)

6.   Local off-site contractors (disposal)


                              Customers Presently Supported – Wallops


1.   GSFC-Wallops (all NASA and NASA contractor on-site organizations)

2.   Tenants and Other Activities

     - U.S. Navy

     - AEGIS Combat Systems Center (ACSC)

     - Naval Surface Warfare Center

     - NOAA Tracking Station

     - U.S. Coast Guard

     - National Park Service (Assateague Island National Seashore)

     - U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge)
Appendix C: Breakdown of Wallops Work Between GLSC and WICC Contractors - 7/10/00                   C-1



          Breakdown of Logistics Functions to be Performed for Wallops Customers
                              After the WICC is in Operation

1. Work to be performed by the Goddard Logistics Services Contract (GLSC) Contractor:

       Project Logistics Support (3.0), excluding Storage Program (3.3)
       Requisition Processing (4.1) for items received through AMMS
       Inventory Management (4.2), excluding the following: Separate Stock Rooms (4.2.1), Physical
    Inventory (4.2.3), Supply Support of Aircraft Fueling Services (4.2.6), Supply Support of
    Compressed Gases (4.2.7), Vendor Owned Containers and Government-Owned Compressed Gas
    Cylinders and Containers (4.2.8), Forms, Publications and Handbooks (4.2.9), and Management of
    Magnetic Storage Media (4.2.10)
       Research and Cataloging (4.3), excluding Technical Review (“Screening”) of Purchase
    Requests (4.3.1)
       Purchasing and Acquisition (4.4) for items received through AMMS
       Traffic Management (5.1)
       Preservation, Packing and Packaging Support (5.2)
       Material Handling for Special Moves (5.3.1)
       Contractor-Held Property (6.1.4)
       Overall coordination of Reutilization (6.2.5), On-Site Sales (6.2.6), Executive Order 12999
    (6.2.10), and CASU Program (6.2.11) efforts
       NPDMS and APICS Transactions (6.2.8)
       Interior Design (7.3)

2. Work to be performed by the Wallops Institutional Consolidated Contract (WICC) Contractor:

      Storage Program (3.3)
      Requisition Processing (4.1) for emergency walk-throughs and for items unavailable through
    AMMS
      Separate Stock Rooms (4.2.1)
      Physical Inventory (4.2.3)
      Supply Support of Aircraft Fueling Services (4.2.6)
      Supply Support of Compressed Gases (4.2.7)
      Vendor Owned Containers and Government-Owned Compressed Gas Cylinders and
    Containers (4.2.8)
      Forms, Publications and Handbooks (4.2.9)
      Management of Magnetic Storage Media (4.2.10)
      Technical Review (“Screening”) of Purchase Requests (4.3.1)
      Purchasing and Acquisition (4.4) for items unavailable through AMMS
      Receiving (4.5)
      Warehousing (4.6)
Appendix C: Breakdown of Wallops Work Between GLSC and WICC Contractors - 7/10/00            C-2

       Material Handling (5.3), excluding Material Handling for Special Moves (5.3.1)
       Fleet Management Operations (5.4)
       Equipment Control (6.1), excluding Contractor-Held Property (6.1.4)
       Excess Program (6.2), excluding NPDMS and APICS Transactions (6.2.8)
       Administrative Services (7.0), excluding Interior Design (7.3)

The WICC Contractor shall use the following government provided information systems: AMMS,
NEMS, NPDMS, APICS, CHIRPS, DAFIS, TIMS, SIMS, ExtraFleet 2000, and Gasboy.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                             D-1



                                                List of Reports

                                                  As Needed

                                        Title                                       SOW Section
List of Recommended Schools                                                           6.2.10
Listing of schools that are recommended to receive donated property based on
information obtained from the Executive Order 12999 web site. Report is
provided approximately 1-2 days per week.


                                                   Monthly

                                      Title                                         SOW Section
Monthly Performance Indicators Summary Report                                         1.1.1
Provides current and historical information on activity levels in all functional
areas.

Storage Activity Report                                                                 3.3
Provides narrative on project support activity, storage operations data, and
customer service.

Backorder Summary Report (includes over age report)                                     4.2
Includes information on the number of backorders on file and how long on
backorder.

Analysis of Inventory Report, NASA Form 1489                                            4.2
Provides inventory information by account type.

GSFC/NASA HQ Inventory Report (Publications, Furniture and Miscellaneous                4.2
Items)
Details all items stored by stock number, item description, location and quantity
on hand. Sorted by organizational code.

Wallops Supply (Inventory Management)                                                   4.2
Information includes line item status at start of month, line items
added/deleted/requisitioned/issued/refused and those transferred to excess.
Backorder activity is also included.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                            D-2

                                                 Monthly

                                         Title                                     SOW Section
Wallops Motor Vehicle Fuels Report                                                   4.2.5
Provides an inventory of liquid fuels.

GSFC Monthly Cryogenic Consumable Usage                                               4.2.7
Provides information (item name, NSN, and amount) concerning cryogenics
used during the month.

NASA HQ Usage Report by Code                                                           4.4
Provides information on expenditures by NASA HQ organizations on supplies.

Wallops Supply (Requisitioning)                                                        4.4
Information reflects number of line items procured from GSA/DLA, LSD and
other sources. Reflects number of follow-ups initiated.

Wallops Receiving                                                                      4.5
Information includes number of vehicles off-loaded and associated delivery
activity (truck receipts, UPS receipts, shipment count, piece count, line item
count).

Preventive Maintenance (PM) Due Report                                               5.4.1.1
Listing of vehicles that will undergo preventative maintenance servicing for the
upcoming month.

DAFIS Report                                                                          5.4.2
Includes information on dispatch activities, including routine and emergency
pickup and deliveries.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                              D-3

                                                  Monthly

                                    Title                                           SOW Section
Monthly Transportation Report, including the following:

1.      Government Bill of Lading Report                                                5.1.4
        List of all Government Bills of Lading by number used for the month, to
        include: description, number of pieces, charges, and other information.

2.      Personal Property GBL Report
        List of all GBLs used to move personal property. Information includes           5.1.6
        origin and destination.

3.      Carrier Performance Report
        Information identifies carrier failures during the month by carrier.            5.1.8

4.      Loss and Damage Claims Report
        Information summarizes damage to shipment. This is an “as occurs”               5.1.10
        monthly report.

5.      Packing/Crating Report
        Information summarizes Packing and Crating Shop production (number             5.4.2.4
        of containers fabricated to ship items and contents report).

6.      Fuel and Maintenance Cost Per Meter Report
        Contains information on vehicle costs including: fuel and maintenance     5.4.1.5 and 5.4.2.1
        costs (parts and labor).

7.      Office Moves Report
        Reflects the number of office moves completed during the previous
        month, the organization code(s) moved, number of people moved, and
        the cost per organizational code.                                              5.4.2.4
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                              D-4

                                                 Monthly

                                        Title                                        SOW Section
Wallops Equipment Management                                                            6.1
Controlled equipment activity – includes the number of items added/deleted and
applicable value. Includes property custodian transfer data. Specifies work
hours expended cross training.

NEMS Reconciliation with Financial Accounts                                             6.1.2
Memo documenting the result of the monthly reconciliation between the NEMS
property records and Accounting’s financial records.

Triennial Inventory Status Report                                                       6.1.3
Provides information on the status of the triennial inventory schedule.

Excess Equipment Reutilization Activity                                                  6.2
Provides information on the number and dollar value of items reutilized.

Wallops Utilization and Disposal                                                         6.2
Excess/surplus activity, number of items screened for potential reutilization, and
the number of excess reports received but not processed.

Sales Activity Data                                                                     6.2.6
Provides information on the number and dollar value of items sold.

Stevenson-Wydler and Executive Order 12999 Activity Report                             6.2.10
Provides information on the number and dollar value of items donated to
educational activities.

Monthly GSFC/GISS/Wallops Mail Report                                                    7.1
Includes information on total postage applied to meters for the month, total
postage applied to mail pieces. Information on international mail volume and
cost and FedEx volume for GSFC only.

GSFC/NASA HQ Mass Mailing Report                                                         7.1
Includes information on mailings prepared for HQ: total amount of postage
applied to mail, number of mail pieces processed by mail class.

Meter Report                                                                            7.1.2
Information includes documentation of each meter postage transaction.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00   D-5
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                               D-6

                                                  Monthly

                                        Title                                         SOW Section
Wallops FORD                                                                             7.2
Information includes official records storage and destruction totals in cubic feet,
records retrieved from Federal Records Center, records returned to Federal
Records Center.


                                                Bi-Monthly

                                     Title                                            SOW Section
Resources Required to Conduct On-Site Sales                                             6.2.6
Provides information on the labor hours/costs by job category to conduct on-
site sales.


                                                 Quarterly

                                        Title                                         SOW Section
Safety Report                                                                           1.3.5
Provides information concerning safety-related activities.

Storage Space Utilization                                                                 3.3
Provides a rundown of used and available space for all storage sites.

Register of Ocean Shipment Report                                                        5.1.3
Information reflects number of ocean shipments, vessel used and registration
number, GBL number.

GSFC/NASA HQ Mass Mailing Report                                                          7.1
Information from monthly reports consolidated for the quarter.

Quarterly PAO Publication Request                                                        7.2.2
Identifies the stock number, publication title, and the quantity on hand per stock
number.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                                   D-7

                                               Semi-Annual

                                        Title                                          SOW Section
Semiannual Report of Personal Property Management Operations, NASA                      4.2 and 6.0
Form 1324
Provides information on materials inventory status and activity, materials
acquisition activity, excess and surplus personal property inventories, controlled
equipment activity, and personnel resources.

Semiannual Accounting Reports                                                              6.1.2
Memo documenting the result of the semiannual reconciliation between the
NEMS property records and Accounting’s financial records.




                                                  Annual

                                       Title                                           SOW Section
Physical Inventory of Materials Annual Report, NASA Form 1619                             4.2
Provides information on the results of materials inventories that were completed
during the year.

Annual Affirmative Procurement Data Call                                              4.4 and 5.4.1.6
Provides information on recyclable items of supply.

GSFC/NASA HQ Warehouse Purging Report                                                       4.6
Information includes stock number purged and applicable quantities, sorted by
organization code. The cubic feet of storage space gained by the purging effort
is also included.

Lease or Charter Aircraft Report to NASA HQ                                                 5.1
Information includes description of weight and cargo, type of aircraft used,
associated cost, points of origin and destination.

Report of Destroyed U.S. Government License Plates and Credit Cards                  5.4.3.2 and 5.4.3.3
Information includes license plates and credit cards destroyed during the past
year, by number.
Appendix D: List of Reports - 7/10/00                                                          D-8

                                                  Annual

                                        Title                                    SOW Section
Loan Activity Data                                                                 6.1.2
Provides information on loans to other federal agencies. This includes name,
type of loan, quantity of items, and dollar value.

GSFC/NASA HQ Mass Mailing Report                                                     7.1
Twelve month (fiscal year) summary of total postage spent, total number of
pieces mailed, applicable meter serial numbers.

GSFC/NASA HQ Records Activity Report                                                7.2.4
Twelve month summary (fiscal year) of records retired, records
retrieved/returned from the Federal Records Center and NARA. Record
declassification activity and customer training activity.


                                                 Biennial

                                       Title                                     SOW Section
Biennial Inventory Report and Reconciliation Letter                                 3.3
Shows all items inventoried and gives the results of the biennial wall-to-wall
inventory. The letter also describes all discrepancies, how they will be
resolved, and the date they will be resolved by.
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                           E-1

                                              List of Documents

                                Federal Laws, Regulations, and Documents

                                        Title                                      SOW Section
46 USC 1241 (B)            Merchant Marine Act of 1936                               5.1.13
49 USC 1517                International Air Transportation Fair Competitive         5.1.13
                           Practices Act of 1974
Executive Order            Federal Acquisition, Recycling, and Waste Prevention     4.4 and 5.4
12873
Executive Order            Educational Technology: Ensuring Opportunity for All        6.2.10
12999                      Children in The Next Century
Executive Order            Greening the Government Through Waste Prevention,        4.4 and 5.4
13101                      Recycling, and Federal Acquisition
FAR                        Federal Acquisition Regulations                              4.4
FED-STD-101                Federal Test Method Standard Test Procedures for             5.2
                           Packaging Materials
FPMR                       Federal Property Management Regulations                4.0, 5.4, and 6.0
           -               FEDSTRIP Requisitioning Desk Guide                            4.4

                                          Code of Federal Regulations

                                          Title                                    SOW Section
Title 10                   Energy                                                    5.2.2
Title 14                   Aeronautics and Space                                     5.2.2
Title 15                   Commerce and Foreign Trade (Export Administration          3.5
                           Regulations)
Title 22                   Foreign Relations (International Traffic in Arms             3.5
                           Regulations)
Title 40                   Protection of Environment                                    5.4
Title 41                   Public Contracts and Property Management                 4.1 and 6.0
Title 49                   Transportation                                               5.0
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                           E-2

                                      NASA Policy Directives (NPD)

                                       Title                                    SOW Section
NPD 1400.1                 NASA Directives System                                 7.2.2
NPD 4100.1                 Supply Support and Material Management Policy           4.2
NPD 4200.1                 Equipment Management                                    6.1
NPD 4300.1                 NASA Personal Property Disposal Policy                  6.2
NPD 6000.1                 Transportation Management                               5.0
NPD 7500.1                 Program and Project Logistics Policy                    3.1

               NASA Procedures and Guidelines (NPG) and NASA Handbooks (NHB)

                                         Title                                   SOW Section
NPG 1400.1                 NASA Directives System Procedures and Guidelines          7.2.3
NPG 2810.1                 Security of Information Technology                         2.2
NPG 4100.1                 NASA Materials Inventory Management Manual                 4.2
NPG 4200.1                 NASA Equipment Management Manual                     4.3.1.2 and 6.1
NPG 4200.2                 NASA Equipment Management Manual for Property              6.1
                           Custodians
NPG 4300.1                 NASA Personal Property Disposal Procedures and            6.2
                           Guidelines
NPG 4310.1                 Identification and Disposition of NASA Artifacts          6.2
NPG 6000.1                 Requirements for Packaging, Handling and              5.2 and 5.3
                           Transportation for Aeronautical and Space Systems,
                           Equipment and Associated Components
NPG 6200.1                 NASA Transportation and General Traffic                   6.0
                           Management
NPG 7120.5                 NASA Program and Project Management Processes             3.1
                           and Requirements
NPG 7900.3                 Aircraft Operations Management                            5.1
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                                 E-3

                                            NASA Documents

                                      Title                                             SOW Section
FMM 9250                   NASA Financial Management Manual (FMM),                         6.0
                           Chapter 9250, Property Accounting
HQPG 1590.1                Headquarters Operations Services Guide                     3.3, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0,
                                                                                          and 7.2.4
NASA-STD-8739.7            Electrostatic Discharge Control Standard                           4.6
NFS                        NASA FAR Supplement                                                4.4
NPSL                       NASA Parts Selection List                                          4.2
       -                   NASA Export Control Program                                        3.5
       -                   NASA HQ Property Custodian Users Guide                             6.0
       -                   NASA Industrial Property Management Information                   6.1.4
                           System (NIPMIS) User’s Guide
           -               User and Operations Guide for the NASA Property                  6.2.8
                           Disposal Management System (NPDMS)
           -               User's Guide for the NASA Equipment Management                   6.1.2
                           System (NEMS)

                                 Goddard Management Instructions (GMI)

                                        Title                                           SOW Section
GMI 1700.2                 GSFC Health and Safety Program                                 1.3.5
GMI 1710.6                 Certification and Recertification of Lifting Devices and        5.3
                           Equipment, and Critical Lift Requirements
GMI 4521.1                 Storage Policy at the Goddard Space Flight Center                 3.3
GMI 6000.1                 Shipment of Material from GSFC                                    5.1

               Goddard Procedures and Guidelines (GPG) and Goddard Handbooks (GHB)

                                         Title                                          SOW Section
GPG 1410.1                 Directives Management                                            7.2.3
GPG 1410.2                 Configuration Management                                          3.0
GPG 1440.7                 Control of Quality Records                                        1.2
GHB 1600.1                 Security Manual                                                  1.3.4
GPG 4520.2                 Incoming Inspection and Test                                      4.5
GPG 5310.4                 Identification and Traceability of Products                       1.2
GPG 5340.2                 Control of Nonconforming Product                                  1.2
GPG 6400.1                 Handling, Storage, Packaging, Marking, Preservation           3.3 and 5.0
                           and Transportation
GPG 8730.3                 The GSFC Quality Manual                                           1.2
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00   E-4
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                          E-5

                                            GSFC Documents

                                       Title                                       SOW Section
548-WI-8072.1.14           Outsourcing for Fabrication Services                      3.4.3
        -                  GSFC Preferred Parts List                                  4.2
        -                  GSFC-WFF Airport Operations Manual                        4.2.6
        -                  Space Utilization Handbook                                 7.3

                          Logistics Management Division Work Instructions (WI)

                                         Title                                     SOW Section
230-WI-4520.2.1            Receiving Project Parts                                    4.5
230-WI-4520.2.2            Receiving Project Controlled and Government                4.5
                           Procured Equipment and Material
230-WI-5100.1.1            Procurement of Project Parts, Equipment and                 4.4
                           Services
230-WI-5310.4.1            Identification and Traceability of Project Parts            4.0
230-WI-5330.3.1            Inspection and Test of Project Parts                        4.0
230-WI-5340.2.1            Control of Non-Conforming Project Parts                     4.0
230-WI-5340.3.1            Response to Alerts and Safe Alerts                          4.0
230-WI-6400.1.1            Packaging and Preserving NASA Material and                  5.2
                           Equipment
230-WI-6400.1.2            Transporting Material for Space Flight and Scientific       5.0
                           Projects
230-WI-6400.1.3            Storing Project Material and Equipment                      3.3
230-WI-6400.1.4            Packaging and Marking of Project Parts                      4.0
230-WI-6400.1.5            Storage of Project Parts                                    4.6
230-WI-6400.1.6            Export/Import Procedures                                    3.5
230-WI-7120.2.1            Project Logistics Support (Draft)                           3.0
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                          E-6

                 Logistics Management Division Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)

                                          Title                                   SOW Section
Aircraft Fueling Operations                                                           4.2.6
Equipment Management                                                                   6.1
Excess Material Management                                                             6.2
Fleet Management                                                                       5.4
Forms, Records, and Directives (FORD) Program Management                               7.2
Hazardous Materials Management Plan                                                   1.3.5
Headquarters Support                                                           4.1, 4.5, 6.2, 7.2.4
Inactive Equipment/Exhibit Storage                                                     3.3
Information Systems                                                                    2.0
Inventory Management                                                                   4.2
Mail Service Center                                                                    7.1
Project Parts Section                                                                  4.0
Purchasing                                                                             4.4
Receiving                                                                              4.5
Research and Cataloging                                                                4.3
Storage Information Management System                                                  3.3
Stores Stock Warehousing                                                               4.6
Traffic Management                                                                     5.1

                                Logistics Management Division Documents

                                       Title                                     SOW Section
           -               Advanced Materials Management System (AMMS)              4.0
                           Operations Manual
           -               Computer Hardware Inventory and Repair Processing          6.1.2
                           System User and Operations Guide
           -               DAFIS User's Guide                                         5.4.2
           -               Logistics Customer Services Guide                      All Sections
           -               Move Planning Booklet                                    5.4.2.4
           -               NASA/GSFC Storage Information Management                    3.3
                           System (SIMS) User Documentation
           -               User’s Guide for Property Custodians                        6.0
Appendix E: List of Documents - 7/10/00                                                            E-7

                                    Military Regulations and Documents

                                        Title                                       SOW Section
AFJM 24-204                Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air             5.2.2
                           Shipments
DOD 4000.25-1-M            Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures        4.4
                           (MILSTRIP)
DOD 4000.25-2-M            Military Standard Transaction Reporting and                  4.4
                           Accounting Procedures (MILSTRAP)
DOD 4000.25-7-M            Military Standard Billing System (MILSBILLS)                 4.4
DOD 4100.38-M              DOD Provisioning and Other Preprocurement                    4.0
                           Screening Manual
DOD 4100.39-M              Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS)              2.0 and 4.0
                           Procedures Manual
DOD 4140.27-M              DOD Shelf-Life Item Management Manual                       4.2.4
DOD 4500.32-R              Military Standard Transportation and Movement                5.1
                           Procedures
MIL-E-17555                Packaging of Electronic and Electrical Equipment,            5.2
                           Accessories, and Provisioned Items (Repair Parts)
MIL-HDBK-304               Package Cushioning Design                                    5.2
MIL-PRF-81705              Barrier Materials, Flexible, Electrostatic Protective,       5.2
                           Heat-Sealable
MIL-STD-129                Military Marking                                             5.2
MIL-STD-2073/1             DOD Standard Practice for Military Packaging             5.2 and 5.3

                                            Other Documents

                                        Title                                       SOW Section
BOE-6000-T                 Bureau of Explosives, Hazardous Materials                 5.1 and 5.2
                           Regulations of the Department of Transportation
DMM                        U.S. Postal Service Domestic Mail Manual                     7.1
IATA                       International Air Transportation Association Rules and   5.1 and 5.2
                           Regulations
IMM                        U.S. Postal Service International Mail Manual                7.1
IMO                        International Maritime Organization,    International    5.1 and 5.2
                           Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code)
NMFC                       National Motor Freight Classification                    5.1 and 5.2
           -               General Services Administration Centralized                 5.1.6
                           Household Goods Traffic Management Program
Appendix F: Hardware and Software Supported - 7/10/00                                                    F-1



                                  Hardware and Software Supported


The Goddard Logistics Services Contractor shall support the following hardware and software.

1.      Advanced Materials Management System (AMMS), Greenbelt - 21 users,
        Wallops - 4 users, NASA HQ - 2 users

        HP 9000 K220 RISC Server, HPUX 10.20, Oracle release 10.7 applications (general ledger,
        order entry, purchasing, and inventory management)

        Dual Pentium Server, Windows NT 4.0, Oracle Network Computing Architecture (NCA)
        applications (general ledger, order entry, purchasing, and inventory management)

        Pentium Server; Netware 4.2; Deltek System 1, Version 5.0; 7-user license; Greenbelt - 5
        users. Software includes the following modules: accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing,
        contracts, general ledger, materials management, payroll, query writer, and timesheet and labor
        distribution.

        Provides automated support for the supply system. This includes: processing of customer
        orders, purchasing, inventory management, and receiving. Provides financial accounting support
        for GLSC procurement activities.

2.      AMMS Web Order Entry System, Greenbelt - 380 users, Wallops - 140 users, NASA
        HQ - 2 users

        A web-based requisitioning system allowing customers to order supplies through their desktop
        computer.

3.      Traffic Information Management System (TIMS), Greenbelt - 5 users,
        Wallops - 2 users

        Developed in Visual FoxPro.       Provides automated government bill of lading and airway bill
        preparation.

4.      Dispatch Automated Fleet Information System (DAFIS), Greenbelt - 15 users, Wallops
        - 5 users

        Developed in Visual FoxPro. Used to generate pickup tickets and automate the dispatching of
        vehicles.
Appendix F: Hardware and Software Supported - 7/10/00   F-2
Appendix F: Hardware and Software Supported - 7/10/00                                              F-3



5.      Storage Information Management System (SIMS), Greenbelt - 1 user,
        Wallops - 1 user, Laurel Warehouse - 1 user

        Developed in Advanced Revelation. Used for tracking and managing equipment stored in the
        GSFC Inactive Equipment Storage Program.

6.      ExtraFleet 2000, Greenbelt - 6 users, Wallops - 4 users

        Commercial-off-the-shelf software used to maintaining inventory and cost data on GSFC-
        owned vehicles and specialized equipment. System interfaces with an automated fuel dispensing
        system (Gasboy), which manages information related to the usage of vehicle fuel at GSFC.

7.      Publications Information Management System (PIMS), Furniture Information
        Management System (FIMS), and Miscellaneous Information Management System
        MIMS, Greenbelt - 3 users

        Developed in Visual FoxPro. Used for managing the NASA HQ inventory of publications,
        furniture, and miscellaneous items.

8.      Off-line Inventory Management System (OIMS), Greenbelt - 10 users

        Developed in Visual FoxPro. Used for providing specialized management and reporting for
        residual project parts and for project parts managed for specific projects.
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-1



                                     List of GSFC-Owned Vehicles

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

AUTOMOBILE                                           1AW19               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1AW19               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1G1LD55M1SY181293   GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1LD69CORSICA        GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1LD69CORSICA        GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1LD69CORSICA        GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           1LD69CORSICA        GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOURLX           GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOURLX           GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOUR-LX          GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOUR-LX          GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           LAW19               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE                                           LAW19               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE STN WAGON                                 RAM B3L53           GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE VAN WAGON                                 ABE3L53             GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    3NL69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1AW35               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1AW35               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    1LT69               GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    ACHIEVA             GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    ACHIEVA             GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    ACHIEVA             GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    ACHIEVA             GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-2

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    CORSICA, LT69       GREENBELT
BUS, MOTOR                                           E350                GREENBELT
BUS, PASSENGER                                       34004X2BUS          GREENBELT
BUS, FORD TURTLE TOP III                             E350                GREENBELT
CHEVROLET STEP VAN                                   CP 30842            GREENBELT
CHEVROLET STEP VAN                                   CP30842             GREENBELT
CRANE TRUCK MOUNTED                                  T200                GREENBELT
DOLLY, GAS TANK                                      NONE                GREENBELT
FORKLIFT                                             C500-60             GREENBELT
SNOW PLOW                                            10                  GREENBELT
SNOW PLOW                                            10SR-QCPBA          GREENBELT
SNOW PLOW                                            P901                GREENBELT
SNOW PLOW TRUCK MOUNTED                              NONE                GREENBELT
TRACTOR, WHEELED                                     JG40PT              GREENBELT
TRAILER                                              820DLA              GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                2574GX4             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                3500                GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                3500                GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                4X2MULTISTOPVAN     GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                C6D042              GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                C6D042              GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                CARGO               GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                CK20903             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                E350                GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                E350                GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                NA10357             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                NA10358             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                NA10359             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                NA10360             GREENBELT
TRUCK                                                VAN PANEL 4X2       GREENBELT
TRUCK AERIAL LIFT                                    1890                GREENBELT
TRUCK AERIAL LIFT                                    W5011               GREENBELT
TRUCK CARRYALL                                       CC10906             GREENBELT
TRUCK CARRYALL                                       CR-20906            GREENBELT
TRUCK CARRYALL                                       NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK STEP VAN                                       C01610B             GREENBELT
TRUCK TILT CAB                                       C700                GREENBELT
TRUCK TRACTOR                                        C0F9670             GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            AB3L12              GREENBELT
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-3

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

TRUCK VAN                                            AB3L12              GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            B350                GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            S10                 GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            S10                 GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN                                            S31                 GREENBELT
TRUCK VAN- PANEL                                     RAM SKE 12          GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARGO                                         CARGO               GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARGO VAN                                     E350                GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL                                      4X2                 GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL                                      CC20906             GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL                                      CK20906             GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL 4X2                                  8550                GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL 4X2                                  8550                GREENBELT
TRUCK, CARRYALL 4X2                                  8550                GREENBELT
TRUCK, DUMP                                          3200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, DUMP                                          32000               GREENBELT
TRUCK, DUMP                                          F800                GREENBELT
TRUCK, DUMP                                          TC7D042             GREENBELT
TRUCK, FLATBED                                       FSERIES             GREENBELT
TRUCK, HIGHRANGER                                    1654                GREENBELT
TRUCK, MAINTENANCE                                   350 CUSTOM          GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        CC30903             GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        CR20906             GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        D1L61               GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        D1L61               GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        D25                 GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        D250 131            GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        RAM250              GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        SIERRA              GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        SIERRA              GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        SIERRA              GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        TK30903             GREENBELT
TRUCK, PICK-UP                                       C26                 GREENBELT
TRUCK, UTILITY                                       4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, UTILITY                                       4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           8510                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           AB3L12              GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           NONE                GREENBELT
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-4

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

TRUCK, VAN                                           NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN                                           NONE                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN 4X4                                       WRANGLER4X4YJJL77   GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN BODY                                      GMC 7000            GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN BODY                                      SIERRA GMC C70      GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN BODY                                      SIERRA GMC C70      GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     ASTRO               GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     ASTRO               GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     ASTRO               GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 RAM350              GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     4200                GREENBELT
TRUCK,UTILITY                                        052110 855          GREENBELT
TRUCK/CARRIERALL                                     A150                GREENBELT
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            GREENBELT
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            GREENBELT
VAN                                                  CG31706             GREENBELT
VAN                                                  RAM                 GREENBELT
VAN                                                  RAM                 GREENBELT
VAN                                                  RAMB350             GREENBELT
VAN                                                  RAMB350             GREENBELT
VAN                                                  S31                 GREENBELT
VAN STEP                                             CP31042             GREENBELT

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                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

AMBULANCE                                            3500                 WALLOPS
AMBULANCE                                            3500                 WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           TAURUS               WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           TAURUS               WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOUR              WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOUR              WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           CONTOUR              WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           MALIBU               WALLOPS
AUTOMOBILE                                           TAURUS               WALLOPS
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-5

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                    ACHIEVA             WALLOPS
BUS                                                  240H                WALLOPS
BUS MOTOR COACH INTERCITY DED                        35-FT MC5B          WALLOPS
CAR PASSENGER                                        TAURUS SE           WALLOPS
JEEP, PASSENGER                                      XJTL72              WALLOPS
SERVICING PLATFORM/TRUCK MTD                         V568449             WALLOPS
TRAILER/MOBILE TELEMETRY                             ZE06583             WALLOPS
TRUCK                                                VAN 4X2             WALLOPS
TRUCK                                                CHEROKEE            WALLOPS
TRUCK                                                CC7H042             WALLOPS
TRUCK                                                CHEROKEE            WALLOPS
TRUCK                                                CHEROKEE            WALLOPS
TRUCK LIGHT, PICKUP 4X2                              D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK PICKUP 4X2 CREW CAB                            CR20943             WALLOPS
TRUCK STAKE BODY                                     NONE                WALLOPS
TRUCK TRACTOR DED GMC 77                             DH 9692RB           WALLOPS
TRUCK TRACTOR, WHEELED                               RD688S              WALLOPS
TRUCK VAN                                            CM11006             WALLOPS
TRUCK, AERIAL                                        4900                WALLOPS
TRUCK, AERIAL LIFT                                   NAVISTAR 4900       WALLOPS
TRUCK, BUCKET                                        F800                WALLOPS
TRUCK, CARRYALL                                      CC20903             WALLOPS
TRUCK, DUMP                                          1800                WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE                                          CRASH RESCUE        WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE                                          CRASH RESCUE        WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE                                          C8000               WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE                                          E5021               WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE                                          CF4000L             WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE FIGHTING                                 MB23098             WALLOPS
TRUCK, FIRE FIGHTING                                 MB23098             WALLOPS
TRUCK, LIGHT, PICKUP 4X2                             D-250               WALLOPS
TRUCK, LINE CONSTRUCTION                             4800 4X4            WALLOPS
TRUCK, MAINTENANCE                                   3500                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        S10                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        RANGER              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        250                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        CS10803             WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        S10                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-6

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

TRUCK, PICKUP                                        RAM250              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        RAM 250             WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        250                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        F250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        S10                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        CV30903             WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP                                        CV30903             WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, PICKUP 4X2                                    D250                WALLOPS
TRUCK, REFUELER, AIRCRAFT                            XCNT8               WALLOPS
TRUCK, SEWER CLEANING                                L8000               WALLOPS
TRUCK, STAKE                                         F16410              WALLOPS
TRUCK, TANK                                          XCNT8               WALLOPS
TRUCK, TANK                                          T80                 WALLOPS
TRUCK, UTILITY                                       D350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, UTILITY                                       D350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           ECONOLINE           WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           WINDSTAR            WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           RAM 350             WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           RAM 350             WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           WINDSTAR            WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN                                           RAM 350             WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     ASTRO               WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL                                     ASTRO               WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B-350               WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                     G-7

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L   LOCAT ION

TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 MINI RAM SKE12      WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN PANEL 4X2                                 B350                WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     S31XL               WALLOPS
TRUCK, VAN WAGON                                     A11 AEROSTAR        WALLOPS
TRUCK, LIGHT,CREWCAB                                 CR30943             WALLOPS
TRUCK, LIGHT,VAN                                     STEPVAN30           WALLOPS
TRUCK/CARRY ALL                                      RAM 250 ROYAL       WALLOPS
TRUCK/DUMP                                           F800                WALLOPS
TRUCK/LIGHT, PICKUP 4X2                              DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK/LIGHT, PICKUP 4X2                              DAKOTA              WALLOPS
TRUCK/LIGHT, UTILITY                                 S10 BLAZER          WALLOPS
TRUCK/MAINTENANCE                                    RAM 350             WALLOPS
TRUCK/MAINTENANCE                                    350 RAM             WALLOPS
TRUCK/PANEL                                          RAM 250 CUSTOM      WALLOPS
TRUCK/PICKUP                                         D-250               WALLOPS
TRUCK/PICKUP 1 TON                                   F350                WALLOPS
TRUCK/STAKE                                          1600                WALLOPS
TRUCK/STAKE                                          GMC 6000            WALLOPS
TRUCK/STAKE                                          F-600               WALLOPS
TRUCK/STAKE                                          F-600               WALLOPS
TRUCK/STAKE, LIGHT                                   D-350               WALLOPS
TRUCK/TANK                                           SSREFUELER          WALLOPS
TRUCK/TANK AVIATION FEFUELER                         DART 6CYL           WALLOPS
TRUCK/TRACTOR                                        ROAD COMM.          WALLOPS
TRUCK/UTILITY                                        D-350               WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  CARAVAN             WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN                                                  AEROSTAR            WALLOPS
VAN TRUCK PANEL                                      RAM 250             WALLOPS
VAN TRUCK PANEL                                      RAM 250             WALLOPS
VAN, MULTISTOP                                       CP31042             WALLOPS
Appendix G: List Of GSFC-Owned and Navy-Owned Vehicles - 7/10/00                         G-8

                 D E S CR IP T ION                             MOD E L     LOCAT ION

VAN, MULTISTOP                                       CP31042                   WALLOPS
VAN, MULTISTOP                                       GRUMAN                    WALLOPS
VAN, PASSENGER                                       121101 498                WALLOPS

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                                     List of Navy-Owned Vehicles

                                   D E S CR IP T ION                    LOCAT ION

                 AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                      WALLOPS
                 AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                      WALLOPS
                 AUTOMOBILE, SEDAN                                      WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS
                 LIGHT TRUCK                                            WALLOPS

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Light trucks include pickup trucks, vans, and sport utility vehicles.
Appendix H: Scheduled Runs                                                                           H-1



                                         Scheduled Runs
      (Scheduled runs and frequency may increase or decrease during the period of this contract.)

                                              Greenbelt

                                       Description                                       Frequency
1.     Health Unit, Eye Clinic located in Washington, D. C.                          Approximately
       Done on an as needed basis. Transport employees to/from eye clinic in         2/year
       Washington, D.C.
2.     Health Unit, Science Park Professional Center, Greenbelt, MD                  Approximately
       Done on an as needed basis. Transport employees from Health Clinic to         2/month
       X-Ray Clinic.
3.     Internal GSFC Mail Delivery and Pickup Schedule                               2/day
       Mail deliveries to every building on Center in accordance with a
       predetermined schedule.
4.     Headquarters Pickup and Delivery                                              Daily
       Service requirements include, but are not limited to: supply deliveries;
       excess equipment pickup; and paperwork transfer in support of HQ
       Training Office, HQ Finance Office, HQ Human Resources Office and
       HQ Procurement Office.
5.     Travel Run                                                                    Daily
       Paperwork transfer in support of GSFC Travel Office. Pickup passports
       and visas from GSFC Passport Agent, take to NASA HQ. Make
       deliveries to GPO in Washington, D.C.
6.     On-Center Supplies and Materials Deliveries                                   Daily
       On-site deliveries of items from receiving that weigh less than 70 lbs.
7.     Off-Center Supplies and Materials Deliveries                                  Daily
       Off-site deliveries to GSFC employees and nearby contractors of items
       from receiving. Delivery of project parts within 10 mile radius of GSFC.
8.     Bulk Deliveries                                                               Daily
       Deliveries of items from receiving that weigh more than 70 lbs, e.g., paper
       & magnetic tapes.
9.     Photo/Print Shop Deliveries                                                   Daily
       On and off center deliveries of paperwork in support of printing and photo
       functions.
10.    Cryogenics Run                                                                Daily
       Pickup and delivery of gas cylinders on and off center. Requires
       HAZMAT training, knowledge of MSDS, and CPR certification.
Appendix H: Scheduled Runs                                                                         H-2



                                       Description                                    Frequency
11.    GSA Excess Furniture Delivery                                               Approximately
       Delivery of excess furniture to GSA in Springfield, VA. Done as needed.     2/week
12.    Federal Records Run                                                         Approximately
       Pickup/deliver records from Federal Records Center in Suitland, MD.         2/week
       Need to make an appointment in advance.
13.    Airport Cargo Pickups from DCA/IAD/BWI                                      Approximately
       Done on an as needed basis. Each run takes several hours.                   2/week
14.    Passenger Shuttle to Headquarters                                           5/day
       Transport employees between GSFC and NASA HQ five times a day in
       accordance with a predetermined schedule. Includes pickups on Center
       at buildings 8 and 33.
15.    Passenger Shuttle to DCA and BWI                                            4/week
       Shuttle run in support of NASA-8. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday runs
       to DCA and Thursday run to BWI.


                                               Wallops

                                     Description                                      Frequency
1.     Cryogenics Run                                                              1/week
       Pickup and delivery of gas cylinders on and off center. Requires
       HAZMAT training, knowledge of MSDS, and CPR certification.
2.     On-Center Supply and Materials Deliveries                                   3/day
       On-center deliveries of items from receiving that weigh less than 70 lbs.
       Bulk deliveries (includes paper & magnetic tapes) of items that weigh
       more than 70 lbs.
3.     Passenger Shuttle to Wallops Airfield                                       2/week
       Shuttle run in support of NASA-8. Pickup passengers and take to place
       of meeting. Pickup and return travelers to plane/hanger on flight line.

								
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