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					S. ISSUED8Y ASC/PKWIt:
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE                                                                    ASC/PKW
ASCfPKW, BLDG 16, ROOM 128                                                                     BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET                                                                                  2275 0 STREET
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7228                                                             WRIGHT·PATTERSON AFB OH 45433·7228


                                                                                                                 PAS: (NONE)

OMEGA TRAINING GROUP, INC.
7201 MOON RD
COlUMBUS GA 31909-1798
(706) 569-9100
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                                                                                                                                  PI'8SClibed by GSA FAR (48 CFR) 53.214( a)
                                                                                                                                  Crealed 14 Jan 2008 10;.40 AM
SLC IION;\ CON I'INUATION




                        AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS CENTER (A::>C) BPA COVER PAGE
                                  ElLANKET PURCH/\SE AGREEMENT
                                  GSA FEDERAL SUPPLY SCIIEDULE

In the spirit of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act. Aeronautical Systems Center and Omega Traininy
GrouP. Inc. enter into an agreement to facilitate the acquisition of Courseware Developement services from the
General Service Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Contract Number GS-02F-0017M.

Federal Supply Schedule contract BPAs eliminate contracting and open market costs such as: searching for
sources: the development of technical documents, solicitations and the evaluation of bids and offers. Teaming
Arrangements are permitted with Federal Supply Schedule contractors in accordance with Federal AcquiSition
Regulation (FAR) Part 9.6.

The parties agree that the Terms and Conditions set forth in the above referenced GSA FSS contract(s).
this BPA and those set forth in the individual order, shallgovem performance on that order. In no event
will the Terms and Conditions set forth in either this SPA or the individual order be construed as changing
the scope of the GSA FSS Contract(s) set forth above. All orders will be competed among the five BPA
contractors. The award will be based on technical approval and price. The award criteria for the
evaluation of individual orders will be based on a best value basis described in detail on each individual
request for a proposal pursuant to this BPA.


The following may apply to orders:

     1. 	 Internal Review
              a. 	 All asynchronous web-based or e-learning courses will have an Alpha test and Beta test
                   conducted by AFITILS prior to final delivery. The contractor shall submit a CD for
                   Alpba and Beta testing. The Alpha and Beta testing dates will be predetennined during
                   the kickoff meetings. The Alpha and Beta CDs will contain complete courses that AFIT
                   will load onto the Learning Management System to ensure operability, function. and a
                   review of the completed courses. AFIT will use the AFITILS Course validation
                   procedure to perform the tests.
              b. 	 For "live courses" the Course Director will arrange the review using "Internal Review"
                  criteria in the AFMAN 36-2234. .




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SECTION A CONTINUA TfON




                                   AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS CENTER 

                                BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEEMENT (BPA) 

                                    COURSEWARE DEVELOPEMENT 



Pursuant to General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) contract number GS.o2F­
0017M, a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) is hereby established between Omega Training Group, Inc. and
Aeronautical Systems Center under the terms and conditions of the above stated contract and the following
terms and conditions incorporated in this BPA.

The following GSA FSS services can be ordered under this BPA. All orders placed against this BPA are subject
to the terms and conditions of the contract:

SPECIAL CLAUSES WILL BE INCLUDED, WHEN REQUIRED, AND INCLUDED IN THE ORDERS PLACED
AGAINST THIS BPA.

Delivery

The volume of purchases on a task order through this agreement will have no minimum or maximum limit.

This BPA does not obligate any funds.

If the Government determines a change is needed to the ordering/performance periods, the Government will
make an announcement via email of its intent. Orders will be placed against this BPA, via FAX. e-mail, or paper.
A change in the GSA contract number during the performance period shall not require the establishment of a
new BPA or eliminate the Government's ability to utilize this BPA provided the Government determines the
change provides for: (1) similar coverage, (2) satisfactory performance, and (3) no new limitation(s). The action
to update the GSA contract number shall be considered an administrative change.

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SECTION A CONTiNtli\ TlUN



The requirements of a proper Invoice are as specified In the GSA SCfledule Contract and tler!:!in. Invuit;!:!!; wilt be
submitted perWrde Area Work JClow as Instructed within the order issued against this SPA. Any further
instructions or clarifications will be made part of the order.




(A)     AUTHORITY 


This SPA is entered into pursuant to the terms of the GS"'()2F"'()017M and FAR 8.404(b)(4). 


(8)      DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

         a. Under this agreement, the BPA holder shall provide Courseware Developement services to the office
of the Air Force Information Technology (AFIT) at Wright-Patterson AFB. These services will be provided when
ordered by an authorized ASC/PKW Contracting Officer during the performance period ofthe SPA.

 (C)     PRICING

1. Orders for services covered under this agreement shall use rates as listed in the latest GSA contract. These
discounted rates shall be in effect for the duration of this SPA. If additional products. services and labor
categories are added, they will also be available for orders written under this BPA.

2. Omega Training Group. Inc. can voluntarily reduce its hourly rates at any time by giving advanced written
notice or when responding to a request for an order proposal.

3. Omega Training Group, Inc. shall provide advance written notice of any change to their GSA FSS that may
impact use. Any order already issued shall not be affected by any change to BPA pricing. If for any reason an
order period of performance exceeds the period of coverage of the GSA FSS, then the order effort shall continue
until completed (or terminated by the Govemment) at the aoproved tates in affect at the end of the GSA FSS
period of coverage.

 4. The total contract value shall not exceed $4,aoo.ooo.OO. Each Option shall not exceed $1.200.UuO.OO.

 (D)     PREVAILING TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 All orders placed against this 8PA are subject to the terms and conditions ofthe GSA FSS Contract and all 

 clauses and provisions in full text or incorporated by reference herein: 





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SECTION B SUPPLlES OR SERVICES AND PRICES/COSTS




                                                          Qty                                    Unit Price
ITEM           SUPPLIES OR SERVICl:S                      Purch Unit                    Total Item Amount

Base Year (03 Jan 2008 - 02 Jan 2009)

0001 	                                                    o
                                                          Lot                                         $0.00
               Noun:                       COURSEWARE PRODUCTS 

               NSN:                        N - Not Applicable 

               001423 is Exhibit:          A

               Contract type:              J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

               Inspection:                 SOURCE 

               IIcceptance:                SOURCE 

               FDa:                        SOURCE 

               Descriptive Data: 

               A. The contractor shall provide courseware products to the Air Force Institute of
               Technology, School of Systems & Logistics (AFITILS) in accordance with Section J,
               Attachment 1 - Statement of Work, AFIT School of Systems & Logistics, Courseware
               Development Program, dated 15 August 2007.

                B. Courseware products will be delivered lAW the individual delivery orders on an as­
                required basis.


0002 	                                                    o
                                                          Lot 	                                       $0.00
                Noun:                      TRAVEL 

                NSN:                       N - Not Applicable 

                DD1423 is Exhibit:         A

                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

                Inspection:                SOURCE 

                Acceptance:                SOURCE 

                FOB:                       SOURCE 

                Descriptive Data: 

                A. Non-labor costs associated with CLiN 0001. Travel costs - transportation, lodging,
                meals, and incidental expenses'- shall be priced/reimbursed in accordance with FAR
                31.205-46, Travel Costs.

                B. Specific travel requirements will be outlined in each Individual delivery order.

                C. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officers
                representative.




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f'.'\!\T I THE SCIlEDL'LE
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SECTION [j SU"PLIES OR SERV1CES AND PRICES/COSTS
           <




                                                         Oly                                      Unit Price


0003                                                     o
                                                          Lot                                         $0.00
                Noun:                      DATA
                NSN:                       N - Not Applicable
                DD1423 is Exhibit          A
                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
                Inspection:                 SOURCE
                Acceptance:                SOURCE
                FOB:                        SOURCE
                Descriptive Data'
                1\. The contractor shall provide data as required by Exhibit "A," Contract Data
                Requirement List (DCRL), DD Form 1423 (Data Items A001 thru A004).

                B. Specific data requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.

Option Year 1 (03 Jan 2009 - 02 Jan 2010)

1001            OPTION CLIN (supply)

                Noun:                      COURSBNAREPRODUCTS
                NSN:                       N - Not Applicable
                001423 is Exhibit:         A
                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
                Inspection:                SOURCE
                Acceptance:                SOURCE
                FOB:                       SOURCE
                Descriptive Data:
                A. The contractor shall provide courseware products to the Air Force Institute of
                Technology, School of Systems & Logistics (AFITILS) in accordance with Section J,
                Attachment 1 - Statement of Work, AF1T School of Systems & Logistics, Courseware
                Development Program, dated 15 August 2007.

                 B. Courseware products will be delivered lAW the individual delivery orders on an as­
                 required basis.




                                                                                   SECTION B FAS604-0S·A-70Q6
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SECTION B· SUPPLIES OR SERViCES AND PRICESICOSTS

                                                          Oty                                    Unit Price
ITEM            SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                      Purch Unit                    Total Item Amount

1002            OPTION CUN (supply)

                Noun:                      TRAVEL 

                NSN                        N Not Applicable 

                DD1423 is Exhibit:         A

                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

                Inspection:                SOURCE 

                Acceptance:                SOURCE 

                FOB:                       SOURCE 

                Descriptive Data: 

                A. Non-labor costs associated with CLiN 0001. Travel costs - transportation, lodging,
                meals, and incidental expenses - shall be priced/reimbursed in accordance with FAR
                31.205-46, Travel Costs.

                B. Specific travel requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.
                C. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officer's
                representative.


1003            OPTION CLiN (supply)

                Noun:                      DATA 

                NSN:                       N - Not Applicable 

                DD1423 is Exhibit:         A

                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

                Inspection:                SOURCE 

                Acceptance:                SOURCE 

                FOB:                       SOURCE 

                Descriptive Data: 

                A. The contractor shall provide data as required by Exhibit "A," Contract Data
                Requirement List (DCRL), DO Form 1423 (Data Items A001 thru A004).

                B. Specific data requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.




                                                                                   SECTION B FA8604-0K-A-1006
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PART I THE SCHEDULE
SECTJON 8 SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PR ICES/COSTS


                                                          Qty                                      Unit Price


Option Year 2 (03 Jan 2010 - 02 Jan 2011)

2001            OPTION CLiN (supply)

                Noun:                      COURSEWARE PRODUCTS 

                NSN:                       N - Not Applicable 

                DD1423 is ExhiM:           A

                Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

                Inspection:                SOURCE 

                Acceptance:                SOURCE 

                FOB:                       SOURCE 

                DescriptiVe Vata: 

                A. The contractor shall provide courseware products to the Air Force Institute of
                Technology, School of Systems & Logistics (AFIT/LS) in accordance with Section J,
                Attachment 1 Statement of Work, AFIT School of Systems & Logistics, Courseware
                Development Program, dated 15 August 2007.

                B. Courseware products will be delivered lAW the individual delivery orders on an as­
                required basis.


2002            OPTION CLiN (supply)

                Noun:                       TRAVEL 

                NSN:                        N - Not Applicable 

                DD1423 i.e: Exhibit:        A

                Contract type:              J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

                Inspection:                 SOURCE 

                Acceptance:                 SOURCE 

                FOB:                        SOURCE 

                Descriptive Data: 

                 A. Non-labor costs associated with CUN 0001. Travel costs - transportation, lodging,
                 meals, and incidental expenses - shall be priced/reimbursed in accordance with FAR
                 31.205-46, Travel Costs.

                 B. Specific travel reqUirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.

                 C. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officers
                 representative.




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SECT10N B SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND   PRICE~/COSTS


                                                           Qty                                  Unit Price
ITEM           SUPPLIES    O~    SERVICE;:.:S:......._ _   Purch Unit                  Total Item Amount

2003           OPTION CUN (supply)

               Noun:                      DATA
               NSN:                      N - Not Applicable
               001423 is Exhibit:        A
               Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
               Inspection:                DESTINATION
               Acceptance:                DESTINATION
               FOB:                       DESTINATION
               Oescnptive Data:
               A. The contractor shall provide data as required by Exhibit "A," Contract Data
               Requirement List (DCRL), DD Form 1423 (Data Items A001 thru A004).

                B. Specific data requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.

Option Year 3 (03 Jan 2011 -02 Jan 2012)

3001            OPTION CUN (supply)

                Noun:                         COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
                NSN:                          N - Not Applicable
                001423 is Exhibit:            A
                Contract type:                J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
                Inspection:                   DESTINATION
                Acceptance:                   DESTINATION
                FOB:                          DESTINATION
                Descriptive Data:
                A. The contractor shall provide courseware products to the Air Force Institute of
                TeChnology, School of Systems & logistics (AFIT/lS) in accordance with SeCtion J,
                Attachment 1 - Statement of Work, AFIT School of Systems & Logistics, Courseware
                Development Program. dated 15 August 2007.

                B. Courseware products will be delivered lAW the individual delivery orders on an as­
                required basis.




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PARr J THE SCHEDULE
"FCT/ON R· S!)PPLlFS O!{ SERVJCFS ANf) PRICFS!COSTS


                                                                                                  Qty                                  Unit I'rice
!..!T-=Eo!.!M!L-_ _ _::!.s::=.U.'.-p.'.-P..;".L~1
                                                E'_'S"-O~Rc.::S::.!E::!R-'-V"-'I'-'=C'""E'_'S~_ _ _._P~U.U;~l   Unit   ____T'-"otalltern .<\rnoUD!

3002                       OPTION CLiN (supply)

                            Noun:                     TRAVEL
                            NSN:                      N Not Applicable
                            001423 is Exhibit.        A
                            Contract type:            J • FIRM FIXED PRICE
                            Inspection:               DESTINATION
                            Acceptance:               DESTINATION
                            FOB:                      DESTINATION
                            Descriptive Data:
                            A. Non-labor costs associated with CUN 0001. Travel costs - transportation, lodging,
                            meals, and Incidental expenses - shall be pricedfreimbursed in accordance with FAR
                            31.205-46, Travel Costs.

                            B. Specific travel requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.

                            C. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officers
                            representative.


 3003                        OPTION CLiN (supply)

                            Noun:                                          DATA
                            NSN:                                           N • Not Applicable
                             001423 is Exhibit:                            A
                             Contract type:            J • FIRM FIXED PRICE
                             Inspection:                DESTINATION
                             Acceptance:                DESTINATION
                             FOB:                       DESTINATION
                             Descriptive Data:
                             A. The contractor shall provide data as required by Exhibit "A." Contract Data
                             Requirement List (DCRL). DD Form 1423 (Data Items A001 thru A004).

                             B. Specific data requirements will be outlined in each individual delivery order.




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PART I - THE SCHEDULE
SECTION B - SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICES/COSTS




NOTICE: The follOWing contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated in full text:


OTHER CONTRACT CLAUSES IN FULL TEXT 


B028 CONTRACT TYPE: FIRM FIXED PRICE (FEB 1997) 


Total Price $1,200,000.00 


Applicable to following Line Items: ALL 


B049 OPTIONS (APR 2000) 


The Govemment may require performance ofthework required by CUN(s) 1001, 1002,1003.2001, 

2002,2003,3001. 3002 and 3003. The Contracting Officer shall provide written notice of intent to
exercise this option to the Contractor on or before 10 days prior to the exercise date.. If the Government
exercises this option(s) by that date, the Contractor shall perform at the estimated cost and fee, if
applicable, set forth as follows:

See terms and conditions as set up in each CUN




                                                                                  SECTION B FA86lM 08 A-1006
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PART 1 HIE SCHEDULE: 

SECTION C DESCRIPTlO1'iSP£CS IWORK S'fAn:::MENT 





NOTICE: rhe following contract clauses pertinent to this seclion are hereby Incorporated in full text:


OTHER CONTRACT CLAUSES IN FULL TEXT

C003 INCORPORATED DOCUMENTS/REQUIREMENTS (AUG 2006)

        (a) The following documents are a part of this contract:

                 (1) Statement of Work entitled Statement of Work dated 15 AUG 2007.

                 (2) DD Form 1423, Contract Data Requirements Lists apply, see Exhibit A. dated 29
OCI 2007.

         (b) Technical Interchange Meetings (TIM) will take place on the follow date(s) TBD and
location(s) T8D.

         (c) All Measurement Units in all documents presented to the Air Force shall be in Metric format
(or as proposed by the contractor).




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SECTI01" [) PACKAGING AN D MARKING




NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to thIs sectIon are hereby incorporated by reference:


AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION SUPPLEMENT
CONTRACT CLAUSES

5352.247-9006 MARKING OF WARRANTED ITEMS (AFMC) (JUl1997)




                                                                                SECTION D f'A8604..oS.A-7006
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PART I . TI Ie SCIICDlJL[
SECTIO» E INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE




NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated by reference:


A. FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION CONTRACT CLAUSES

52.246-02      INSPECTION OF SUPPLIES -- FIXED-PRICE (AUG 1996)
52.246-16      RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPPLIES (APR 1984)

B. DEFENSE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION SUPPLEMENT CONTRACT CLAUSES

252.246-7000   MATERIAL INSPECTION AND RECEIVING REPORT (MAR 2003)




                                                                                SECTION E FA8604-DS-A-7006
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SECTION F . DELIVERIES OR PERfORMANCE




I. NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated by reference:


FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION CONTRACT CLAUSES

52.211-17       DELIVERY OF EXCESS QUANTITIES (SEP 1989)
52242·15        STOP-WORK ORDER (AUG 1989)
52.242·17       GOVERNMENT DELAY OF WORK (APR 1984)
52.247·34       F.O.B. DESTINATION (NOV 1991)
52.247-48       F.O.B. DESTINATION -- EVIDENCE OF SHIPMENT (FEB 1999)


II. NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated in full text:


OTHER CONTRACT CLAUSES IN FUll TEXT

FOO1 OPTION CLiN PERFORMANCE PERIOD(S) (FEB 1998)

The respective performance period(s) for option(s) identified in Section B is as follows:

CLlN Number              Period of Performance
1001                03 Jan 09 - 03 Jan 10
1002                03 Jan 09 - 03 Jan 10
1003                03 Jan 09 - 03 Jan 10
2001                03 Jan 10 - 03 Jan 11
2002                03 Jan 10 - 03 Jan 11
2003                03 Jan 10 - 03 Jan 11
3001                03 Jan 11 - 03 Jan 12
3002                03 Jan 11 - 03 Jan 12
3003                03 Jan 11 - 03 Jan 12




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SECTION G - CONTRACT .'\DMINISTRATION DATA




NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated in full text:


OTHER CONTRACT CLAUSES IN FULL TEXT

G014 IMPLEMENTATION OF PATENT RIGHTS CLAUSE (SEP 1999)

All documents and information required by the patent rights and/or patent reporting clauses set forth in
Section I of this contract shall be submitted to the Administrative Contracting Officer Clnd to the
Procurement Contracting Officer.                                                                  .
The Wright Patterson Air Force Base patent administrator can be reached at AFMCLO/JAN
This notice also constitutes a request (see FAR 52.227-12(f)(1 0) or DFARS 252.227 -7039(c), as
applicable) for submission of a copy of the patent application, when filed, along with the patent application
serial number, filing date, subsequent U.S. patent number and issue date, as received.

G018 CONTRACT HOUDAYS (FEB 2003)

         (a) The prices/costs in Section B of the contract include holiday observances; accordingly, the
Government will not be billed for such holidays, except when services are required by the Government
and are actually performed on a holiday. Hol!days in addition to those reflected in this contract, which are
designated by the Government, will be billable provided the assigned Contractor employee was available
for performance and was precluded from such performance.

       (b) The following days are contract holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Junior Day,
President's Day, Memorial Day, Independance Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day,
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.




                                                                                   SECTION G FA8604-08·A-7006
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PART I HIE SCHEDULE
SECTION H SP£CIAL CONTR.\CT REQUIREl-'iENTS




NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated in full text


OTHER CONTRACT CLAUSES IN FULL TEXT

H001 OPTIONS (MAY 1997)

The Government reserves the right to exercise the following oplion(s) subject to the stated conditions. In
the event an option is exercised. the affected sections of the contract. eg. Section B. Section F, Section
G, etc., will be modified as appropriate.

H02:5 INCORPORATION OF SECTION K (OCT 1998)

Section K of the solicitation is hereby incorporated by reference.

H047 TRAVEL (FEB 2003)

         (a) The Contractor may be required to travel within the contiguous United States and overseas.
The Contractor may be required to travel by Government-provided transportation. Travel requirements
will be reimbursed by separate voucher and must be approved in advance by the Contracting Officer.
Travel requirements will be identified, proposed, and negotiated in individual task orders on a oosl­
reimbursement basis. Billable travel costs are air fare, ground transportation, and per diem costs, not
labor hours. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining any passports or visas and making travel
arrangements to and from any CONUS location.

               (1) Per diem. air fare, and all other allowable travel costs shall be reimbursed in
accordance with the. Federal Acquisition Regulation. All travel within overseas areas shall be approved in
advance by the Contracting Officer.

                 (2) The Government may provide travel to and from overseas wor!< sites via Air Mobility 

Command (AMC) flights, if available. AMC travel fees may be Contractor-paid and invoiced to the 

Govemment The Govemment will be responsible for obtaining travel clearances and issuance of any 

required special orders. 


         (b) Use of AMC transportation shall be approved in advance by the Contracting Officer or 

designee. Orders authorizing AMC travel will specify the Contractor's Customer Identification Code 

(CIC). If the Contractor does not have CIC number, the orders will state "special account handling: billing 

for AMC transportation will be forwarded to TBD." Use of AMC transportation is subject to availability. 


        (c) The travel CLiN is intended to pay for travel occurring at the direction of the Government. 

 performed in conjunction with a specific trip authorized in a 1ask order. Travel by clerical support 

 personnel shall be approved in advance by the Contracting Officer. 


 H055 INSURANCE CLAUSE IMPLEMENTATION (FEB 2003)

 The Contractor shall obtain and maintain the minimum kinds and amounts of insurance during
 performance of this contract as specified by FAR 28.307-2, Liability, and contemplated by FAR 52.228-5,
 Insurance--Work on a Government Installation, and/or 52.228-7, Insurance--Liability to Third Persons.

 H063 CONTRACTOR IDENTIFICATION (FEB 2003)

          (a) Contractor personnel and their subcontractors must identify themselves as Contractors or 

 subcontractors during meetings. telephone conversations, in electronic messages, or correspondence 

 related to this contract. 

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         (b) Contractor-occupied facilities (on AFMC or other Government installations) such as offices,
separate rooms, or cubicles must be clearly identified with Contractor supplied signs. name plates or
other identification, showing that these are work areas for Contractor or subcontractor personnel.

H087 GOVERNMENT- FURNISHED PROPERTY (GFP) (FEB 2003)

Pursuant to the Government Property clause herein, the Government shall furnish the item(s) of property
listed below as Government-Furnished Property (GFP) to the Contractor, f.o.b. Destination, for lJse in
performance of this contract. Upon completion of the contract, the Contractor shall obtain disposition
instructions from the Government Property Administrator ofthe activity having responsibility for
administration of the contract.

ITEM NR                 NSN     NOUN PART NO          QTY        DELIVERY OATE
TBD




                                                                                  SECTION H fA3604·08-A-7006
                                                                                               PAGE 18 OF:!3
PART if CONrfL'\Ci   CL\USIc~
SECTION I· CONTR.ACT CLAUSES



Contract Clauses in this section are from the FAR, Defense FAR Sup, Air Force FAR Sup, and the Air Force
Materiel Command FAR Sup, and are current through the following updates:

Database Version: 6.1 0.x.400; Issued: 1212112007; FAR: FAC 2005-22; DFAR: DCN20071207; DL.: DL 98­
021; Class Deviations: CD 200700011; AFFAR: 2002 Edition: AFMCFAR: AFMC 2007; AFAC: AFAC 2007­
0823; IPN: 98-009




I. NOTICE: The following contract clauses pertinent to this section are hereby incorporated by reference:


A. FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION CONTRACT CLAUSES

52.202-01        DEFINITIONS (JUL 2004) 

52,203-03        GRATUITIES (APR 1984) 

52.203-05        COVENANT AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES (APR 1984) 

52.203-06        RESTRICTIONS ON SUBCONTRACTOR SALES TO THE GOVERNMENT (SEP 2006) 

52.203-07        ANTI-KICKBACK PROCEDURES (JUL 1995) 

52,203-08        CANCELLATION, RESCISSION, AND RECOVERY OF FUNDS FOR ILLEGAL OR 

                 IMPROPER ACTIVITY (JAN 1997)
52.203-10        PRICE OR FEE ADJUSTMENT FOR ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER ACTIVITY (JAN 1997)
52.203-12        LIMITATION ON PAYMENTS TO INFLUENCE CERTAIN FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS
                 (SEP 2007)
52,204-04        PRINTED OR COPIED DOUBLE-SIDED ON RECYCLED PAPER (AUG 2000)
52,204·07        CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION (JUL 2006)
52.204-09        PERSONAL IDENTITY VERIFICATION OF CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL (SEP 2007)
52.209-06        PROTECTING THE GOVERNMENrS INTEREST WHEN SUBCONTRACTING WITH
                 CONTRACTORS DEBARRED, SUSPENDED, OR PROPOSED FOR DEBARMENT
                 (SEP 2006)
52,211-05        MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS (AUG 2000)
52,215-02        AUDIT AND RECORDS -- NEGOTIATION (JUN 1999)
52.215-08        ORDER OF PRECEDENCE--UNIFORM CONTRACT FORMAT (OCT 1997)
52.215-10         PRICE REDUCTION FOR DEFECTIVE COST OR PRICING DATA (OCT 1997)
52,215-12         SUBCONTRACTOR COST OR PRICING DATA (OCT 1997)
52.215-14         INTEGRITY OF UNIT PRICES (OCT 1997)
52,215-15         PENSION ADJUSTMENTS AND ASSET REVERSIONS (OCT 2004)
52.215-18         REVERSION OR ADJUSTMENT OF PLANS FOR POSTRETIREMENT BENEFITS
                  (PRB) OTHER THAN PENSIONS (JUL 2005)
 52.215-21        REQUIREMENTS FOR COST OR PRICING DATA OR INFORMATION OTHER THAN
                  COST OR PRICING DATA-MODIFICATIONS (OCT 1997)
 52,215-21        REQUIREMENTS FOR COST OR PRICING DATA OR INFORMATION OTHER THAN
                  COST OR PRICING DATA-MODIFICATIONS (OCT 1997) - ALTERNATE IV (OCT
                     1997)                                             .
                     Alt IV, (a), Description of the information and the format that are required: 'TBD'
 52,217-09 	         OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CONTRACT (MAR 2000) 

                     Para (a), Period of time '30' 

                     Para (a), 60 or as appropriate '10' 

                     Para (c), Number of MonthslYears. '4 112 years' 

 52.219-04 	         NOTICE OF PRICE EVALUATION PREFERENCE FOR HUBZONE SMALL BUSINESS
                     CONCERNS (JUL 2005) 

 52.219-06           NOTICE OF TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE (JUN 2003) 

 52.219-08           UTILIZATION OF SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS (MAY 2004) 

 52,219-14           LIMITATIONS ON SUBCONTRACTING (DEC 1996) 

 52.219-28           POST-AWARD SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM REREPRESENTATION (JUN 2007) 


                                                                                          SECTION I FA8604-08-A-7006
                                                                                                      PAGE 19 OF 23
                               o
PART [I- CONTRACT CLAUSES
SeCTION I - CONTRACT CLAUSES

52.222-19      CHILD LABOR--COOPERATION WITH AUTHORITIES AND REMEDIES (AUG 2007)
52.222-20      WALSH-HI:.:ALI::Y PUI:)LlC CONI HAC IS AC J (OI::C 1996)
52.222-21      PROHIBITION OF SEGREGATED FACILITIES (FEB 1999)
5;:> ///-26    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY (MAR 2007)
52.222-35      EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SPECIAL DISABLED VETERANS, VETERANS OF THE
               VIETNAM ERA, AND OTHER ELIGIBLE VETERANS (SEP 2006)
52.222-36      AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES (JUN 1998)
52.222-37      EMPLOYMENT REPORTS ON SPECIAL DISABLED VETERANS, VETERANS OF THE
               VIETNAM ERA, AND OTHER ELIGIBLE VETERANS (SEP 2006)               .
52.222-39      NOTIFICATION OF EMPLOYEE RIGHTS CONCERNING PAYMENT OF UNION DUES
               OR FEES (DEC 2004)
52.222-50      COMBATING TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (AUG 2007)
52.222-50      COMBATING TRAFF ICKING IN PERSONS (AUG 2007) - ALTERNATE I (AUG 2007)
                Para (a), Places or areas are 'Contractor's Plant'
52.223-05       POLLUTION PREVENTION AND RIGHT-TO-KNOW INFORMATION (AUG 2003)
52.223-06       DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (MAY 2001)
52.223-14       TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE REPORTING (AUG 2003)
52.224-01       PRIVACY ACT NOTIFICATION (APR 1984)
52.224-02       PRIVACY ACT (APR 1984)
52.225-13       RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN FOREIGN PURCHASES (FEB 2006)
52.227-01       AUTHORIZATION AND CONSENT (JUL 1995)
52.227-02       NOTICE AND ASSISTANCE REGARDING PATENT AND COPYRIGHT
                INFRINGEMENT (AUG 1996)
52.228-05       INSURANCE - WORK ON A GOVERNMENT INSTALLATION (JAN 1997)
52.229-03       FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL TAXES (APR 2003)
52.232-01       PAYMENTS (APR 1984)
52.232-08       DISCOUNTS FOR PROMPT PAYMENT (FEB 2002)
52.232-11       EXTRAS (APR 1984)
52.232-17       INTEREST (JUN 1996)
52.232-23       ASSIGNMENT OF CLAIMS (JAN 1986)
52.232-25       PROMPT PAYMENT (OCT 2003)
52.232·33       PAYMENT BY ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER-CENTRAL CONTRACTOR
                REGISTRATION (OCT 2003)
52.233-01       DISPUTES (JUL 2002) - ALTERNATE I (DEC 1991)
52.233-03       PROTEST AFTER AWARD (AUG 1996)
52.233-04       APPLICABLE LAW FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT CLAIM (OCT 2004)
52.237-02       PROTECTION OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND VEGETATION
                (APR 1984)
52.237·11       ACCEPTING AND DISPENSING OF $1 COIN (AUG 2007)
52.239-01       PRIVACY OR SECURITY SAFEGUARDS (AUG 1996)
52.242-13       BANKRUPTCY (JUL 1995)
52.243-01       CHANGES - FIXED-PRICE (AUG 1987)
52.244-02       SUBCONTRACTS (JUN 2007)
                Para (d), approval required on subcontracts to: 'Greater Than 50%'
                Para 0), Insert subcontracts evaluated during negotiations. 'N/A'
52.244-06       SUBCONTRACTS FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS (MAR 2007) 

52.245-01       GOVERNMENT PROPERTY (JUN 2007) 

52.245-09       USE AND CHARGES (JUN 2007) 

52.246-24       LIMITATION OF LIABILITY - HIGH-VALUE ITEMS (FEB 1997) 

52.249-02       TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT (FIXED-PRICE) (MAY 

                2004)
52.249-08       DEFAULT (FIXED-PRICE SUPPLY AND SERVICE) (APR 1984) 

52.253-01       COMPUTER GENERATED FORMS (JAN 1991) 


B. DEFENSE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION SUPPLEMENT CONTRACT'CLAUSES

                                                                                SECTION J FA8604-08-A-7006
                                                                                            I'AGE200F23
PART It· CO:-lTRACT CLAUS::S
SECIION I - CON Ti0\CT CLAlJSES


252.2D3-7001 	 PROHIBITION ON PERSONS CONVICTED OF FRAUD OR OIHER DEH:.N~I::::-
               CONTRACT·RELATED FELONIES (DEC 2004)
252.204-7000 DISCWSIJRF OF INFORMATION (DEC 1991)
252.2047003 CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL WORK PRODUCT (APR 1992)
252.204-7004 AL TERNATC A, C[NTRAL CONTRACTOR RCGISTRATION (SEP 2007)
252.209-7004 SUBCONTRACTING WITH FIRMS THAT ARE OWNED OR CONTROLLED BY THE
               GOVERNMENT OF A TERRORIST COUNTRY (DEC 2006)
252.215-7002 COST ESTIMATING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS (DEC 2006)
252.223-7006 PROHIBITION ON STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS
               MATERIALS (APR 1993)
252.225-7001 BUY AMERICAN ACT AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS PROGRAM (JUN 2005)
252.225-7002 QUALIFYING COUNTRY SOURCES AS SUBCONTRACTORS (APR 2003)
252.225-7012 PREFERENCE FOR CERTAIN DOMESTIC COMMODITIES (JAN 2007)
252.225-7014 PREFERENCE FOR DOMESTIC SPECIALTY METALS (JUN 2005)      .
252.225-7016 RESTRICTION ON ACQUISITION OF BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS (MAR 2006)
252.227-7014 RIGHTS IN NONCOMMERCIAL COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND NONCOMMERCIAL
               COMPUTER SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION (JUN 1995)
252.227-7016 RIGHTS IN BID OR PROPOSAL INFORMATION (JUN 1995)
252227-7019 VALIDATION OF ASSERTED RESTRICTIONS--COMPUTER SOFTWARE (JUN 1995)
 252.227-7034 PATENTS--SUBCONTRACTS (APR 1984)
 252.227-7039 PATENTS-REPORTING OF SUBJECT INVENTIONS (APR 1990)
 252.231-7000 SUPPLEMENTAL COST PRINCIPLES (DEC 1991)
 252.232-7003 ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF PAYMENT REQUESTS (MAR 2007)
 252.232-7010 LEVIES ON CONTRACT PAYMENTS (DEC 2006)
 252.243-7001 PRICING OF CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS (DEC 1991)
 252.243-7002 REQUESTS FOR EQUITABLE ADJUSTMENT (MAR 1998)
 252.244-7000 SUBCONTRACTS FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS AND COMMERCIAL COMPONENTS
               (DOD CONTRACTS) (JAN 2007) 

 252.247-7023 TRANSPORTATION OF SUPPLIES BY SEA (MAY 2002) 

 252.247-7024 NOTIFICATION OF TRANSPORTATION OF SUPPLIES BY SEA (MAR 2000) 


C. AIR FORCE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION SUPPLEMENT CONTRACT CLAUSES

 5352.201-9101 	 OMBUDSMAN (AUG 2005) 

                 Para (c). Ombudsmen names, addresses, phone numbers, fax, and email addresses. 

                 'Mr. Craig Casino a1937-785-5995' 

 5352.216-9000 AWARDING ORDERS UNDER MULTIPLE AWARD CONTRACTS (MAR 2007) 

                 Para (d). Clause that stipulates minimum guarantee(s): 'N/A' 

 5352.223-9000 ELIMINATION OF USE OF CLASS I OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES (ODS) (APR
                 2003)
                 Para (c), List of Class I ODSs. '03 Jan 08 - 02 Jan 12'
 5352.223-9001 	 HEALTH AND SAFETY ON GOVERNMENT INSTALLATIONS (JUN 1997)
 5352.242-9000 CONTRACTOR ACCESS TO AIR FORCE INSTALLATIONS (AUG 2007) 

                  Para (b). Any additional requirements to comply with local security procedures 'TBD' 

                  Para (d). Additional requirements. 'Local Security Procedures' 

 5352.242-9001 	 COMMON ACCESS CARDS (CACS) FOR CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL-AF SYSTEMS
                  (AUG 2004)

 D. AIR FORCE MATERIEl COMMAND FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION SUPPLEMENT 

 CONTRACT CLAUSES 


 5352.245-9004 BASE SUPPORT (AFMC) (JUL 1997) -ALTERNATE" (JUL 1997) 

               Para (e), List Installations '- Wright Patterson AFB' 

               Para (f), list support items 'See individual Orders' 



                                                                                SECTION J PA8604-0&·A-7006
                                                                                            PAGE 21 Of 23
I',\RT II - CO),;TRACT CLAUSES
SECTION J - CONTRACT CLAUS ES


II. NOTICE: nle following contract clauses peltinent to this section ale her eby incorporated in full text




52.211-15 DEFENSE PRIORITY AND ALLOCATION REQUIREMENTS (SEP 1990)

This is a rated order certified for national defense use, and the Contractor shall follow all the requirements
of the Defense Priorities and AllocatIons System regulatIon (15 CFR 700}.

52.252-02 CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)

This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with 1he same force and effect as if they
were given in full text. Upon request. the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full
text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these addressees): http://farsite.hill.af.mill

52.252-06 AUTHORIZED DEVIATIONS IN CLAUSES (APR 1984)

        (a) The use in this solicitation or con1ract of any Federal Acquisition Regulation (48 CFR Chapter
1) clause with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of "(DEVIATION)" after the date of the
clause.

       (b) The use in this solicitation or contract of any Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
Supplement (48 CFR Chapter 2} clause with an authorized deviation is indicated by the addition of
"(DEVIATION)" after the name of the regulation.




                                                                                        SECTION J FA8604·08-A-7006
                                                                                                     PAGE 22 OF 23
f',\RT III - LIST OF DOCUMENTS, EXHlBlTS &: ATTAC!-IM£NTS
SECiiON J - LIST or ATTACHI'vlENTS




ATTACHMENT 1              o           12 LJt::C 2007        CLJI-<L'S

ATTACHMENT 2              o           12 DEC 2007           CDRL'S (CONTINUED)

ATTACHMENT 3               o          12 DEC 2007           STATEMENT OF WORK

ATTACHMENT 4                          04 JAN 2008           ALPHA TEST FORM

ATTACHMENT 5               3          04 JAN 2008           VALIDATION PLAN




                                                                                 SECTION J FA8604-08-A-7006
                                                                                             PAGE 23 OF23
                                                                                                                                                                                          o

                                CONTRACT DA TA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                            Fornl Apprt,Jvnd
                                                                 (7 Dill"      fU""i                                                                                        OMEI No 0704-0188

fhe POjOhC repoor.'i09 borden fur        m:l   co!tecrioo 01 i.otttr."J'IitllOl'l is t'5.;lI'na.ed !O aver.<1lr;2 1'0 h'J;JI$ ~r U!!.SDOnse. ;n£:fi.;d.OQ: !1".I!: tiM. ~I)( (h'ilJW»"lG Ir.struoc~.s, B'HC~N'lg lKist;()O
13:" sGV(;;:fts. gA[h~r:~ .... 1"II1 rnll;/")',"~~g (hit ,j"1an,~t"dP.d, Mtt l':otnpt~~~ af'ld rot<tiif:w;"'9 ~ (;oft~U'-'lf\ oj inlormetOort. $end c~n:1 re~.(d~ ,1',r$ l"'H~f\ ~ ..tllTI"f~ or ¥'l."
o~.t ~~p.e<':'t 01 CM.,c CI)Il~l~!"! 0' i'·rfol"m~tHv'. ~vdlf'19 ~nfon.:t iDl ,~d\,jC~9 ~ ~dotl'>, t!) the OCpMt.....Cr\t                              »0'      ()cJ.en,c. E~c~tl\{CI SOC! .... it;<;, .ll'd Cornt,,'vruU:'I"'n.s
Dir·:!";:;'.O<'au: ,e104- OUHI!. RC,pon~"f$ Sl"t¢ukt bot 1v.lKe tiulI"lO{"....~hSt~O N'y Q~her Pfg... '~~A
C(IIfe'<!:iOtt oj n';:)(~tl()O t~ it cJoc-s IiOt C;.&pt.ly iI Cl.lr(lnl~l' ,-,.!to {)Me c,(\Hol numb!'!,
                                                                                                                               0' :')"'.                              ."Y
                                                                                                                                       ftl) pefSOI'I shaH tie sl.Jt-jecl to
                                                                                                                Plol!lSoe de nOt /l:turn    ,out lonn 10 UTe 3POVe OIp:elllzation..
                                                                                                                                                                                    p.. ",a.lty to: I.:;;in~ [(I ('¢"";:-Iy -.v'en ..
                                                                                                                                                                                              Stnd completed fotm to 'the
GOVl!U'll,.,wn 1.J.Uino C(vuroC'rinO Olrl<MW' ,~, f~ COf'!'rAoq~fl'R NtY, n:.. t"'<1 I" R'1IOt:'tr F

A, CO                                                                                                     C. CATEGORY,


                                                                                                                                                                     OR
                                Courseware
                             2. llTlE OF DATA          rr~M                                                                                                                                                                             i   17. PRICE GROUP

                             Course Configuration Do-cumentation Plan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            18.tSJlMAHD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TOTAL PRICE

7. PIl250     Il(Q

          No
                                           B
                                                                      SeeRlock 16
16. RJi'MAiUU,



Blocks 8, 10, 11, 12, and 13: As stated in each delivery order.
Block 14. Fi....e paper copies and one electronic copy in MieTO!>Oft Word 2003.
                                                     INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING DD FORM 1423
                                                                 iSee 000 5010. 12·M for derailed insrruc(Jons.J

                                                                                                                       Fon THE CONTIlA.GTon

                                                                                             Item 17. Specify appropnAte p,.ice 9fQUP from one: of the follOWIng
                                                                                             groups of ~H()rt in d'l3'Jeloping e:&t;,narea prtc(ts fa" each dora item
                                                                                             I><t"'" on tne DD Form 1423.

Item C.      Mark (X) 3pprop"at& ca,e90r,{: ll)f"· 1ecnnlcal I)at. f"ack"9c;
TM        Tf'!dw)!(.l1' M'=WHuaJ; Od"lef other C6l1tyt>ry uf I.hua. 5.uch as
"Provi~tonjng ~ .... Cooligoration Managnmont... "t~                                             a, Group I. Definition Data which is not otherwise essential
                                                                                             to the conlraoclor's perfo.mancEt of tne primary contracted effort
Item O. Enter name 01 system/ilem being acquired that data wilt SlJPPOrl. 
                  !production, development. testing, and administration) bUI which is
                                                                                             required by DD Form 1423.
Item E.    Sell·explanatory (to be filled in ailer contract award}. 


hem f.     Solf~explonl)tory ~10      be filled in nher t.onlract a't"oI.'Hd). 

                                                                                                         Estimated Price· Costs to be induded Utldor Group I are
                                                                                             those applicable to preparing and IIssembiing the dat~ item in
Item G.     Sigf10tute of preper". 01 CDRl. 

                                                                                             contorm.ll1lce      With   Government     requllemenls,   and   the
Item H.     D~t ..   CORL was prep.,ed. 
                                                    ildminlstrllllOl"l an<J other expetlsas related 10 ,eprodUClng and
                                                                                             delivering such datil items to the Government.
Item I.    Signature of CORl "pproval authority. 


Item J.    Oal" C.ORl ""'''' approved                                                               b. Group II. Oefinition· Oat.. which is ossentiel to the
                                                                                             per'otmanee 01 1h.. pril'lla •.,. contracted .ffort but.lhe ".,.,lr3,,10. is
                                                                                             req\lir'!ld to perfo,m additional wo,k to conform ~o O.,"....""'''nl
Item 1. See 000 FAR Supplemem Subpart 4.71 for proper numbering.
                                                                                             requirements with feQard to depth of conlant. lormat. frequency 01
Itom 2. Ent4l;, tlrJe   IDS   it appoars   00   doW. o<;q'-Ji,i~ion document citod an Item   submiUal. preparation. cont,ol. or Quality of the data item.
4.

Item 3. Enter subtitle of data itam for further definition of data item                                  Estimated Price· COS1S to !HI included under G.oup II Me
loptlonal entry}.                                                                            those inculted o~e' and above the co.t 01 the ""'SflIntilll IIlIIla item
                                                                                             whh()IJt coniormil'19 to GovernmenT r"quirAm .. nt"', lind the
Item 4. Enter Data Item Oe:iCriplion (DID) numbor. mi~t,,,,y ,.p,,<;ificatjon                adminiMr~tiv.. ","II nth .. r expenses related to ,eproducing and
rrumber. 0/ military standard numbar liste.d in DoD 5010.1 2·l (AMSOl). or                   rt.liv,.rlno ~I"'''' dalA Item tt) the Government.
one-time DID numbel, that de·linn d"ta content and format requirements. 


Ite", 5. fnter rorferellce 10 last.ing in contract thaI genllfates requirement 

lor the d3t" .tem le.g., Stalement (>f Work. pe'Dgteph number). 
                    c.   G.oup 1It« O.finilion .. 0 .. 1 whi<;h the contractor must
                                                                                                                         ..
                                                                              dev&lop tor his internal U:to8 in p.formaJlce uf lh. primary
ltl'!m s~ Enter teehnic:al oHice r.'PQnslble for ft"lsurin9 .dequacy of th. 
 contracted effort and doe.s not requiro any .vb.t.nttal ~h.09. 10
data 'lem. 
                                                                  l:Qnfe>rM 'to Governmoot 'Qqui~Gment. with '_gald 10' depth of
                                                                              cont.nt~ f(\rm~1,. frequORGy of cubmittal* prepara1ion. eonlroJ. ond
Item 7. Specify requirement fo' inspectionJacceptance 01 the data item 
 q ..... fily "f tho> d~u it...",
by the Government. 


Item 8. Specl1y ,equirement for approval 01 a dr.. ft b,do,,, preparation of 

the final data item. 
                                                                                       E.timated F>rice - COSt" to b<l included under Group III a ...
                                                                                              t.... administ,ative .. n<l olhcs o><ponsoa related    to tl8producinll I"ld
Itom 9. For .cchnicol dota, specily ,equi,emenl lor conlr..ctor to m....k the 
               d"liv~rin9 &uch oala nom to the Govemment.
applopriat" distribution Slaloment on th" d.ta frflf. 0000 5230.241. 


 Itcfn 10. Spvdfy nUlnbt!"r u1       t;rn.,~    dahl ilems.   d,.t   to be dtdiv8ffnJ. 
           d. Group IV. Defi"i~ion· O.t.. which is developed by tho
                                                                                              contrClctor .as pDrI of his normal operating proc"duru ond hIS ..Ho,r
 hem 11. Specily as-of date of data item. when applicable. 
                                  in lWPplVing Ihe•• darll {O rna Go."rnmenl is minimaL
 Item 12. Specify when firsl subminal is required. 


Item 13. 31""(;;11' ...,'"... s"b3uquenl               subftl;u .. l. lite requned, when 
              Enimetod Price - Gtoup IV itenu, should normoUy tw. Ihovoin
..pplieabl... 
                                                                               on   tt.. DDForm 1423 .t no C.-O$' •

 Itam 14. Enta, ..     dd.""."""and number of dtahlf.... al eopies 10 b<I dolivOfcd
 fn each .. rldrMS/!!e, Explain 'ep'odudble copies '" llotm 16.

 llem 15. Enter total nurnber 01 draft/final coplu to be delivered.
                                                                                              Item 18. For each dotl.l il",o. ent",       if"     ornount equill 10 Ihal portiun
                                                                                              of th" tot..1 price which ;,. ....Iimlfled to ba illu.bulabla to th..
 hem 16. U.... for adciilionalJc:larifying info.mat.on lor It.",. 1 through 15.               pr.:>doc\;':m o. " .... vl<Jp,,,.. .,1 Ivr tt>.. Government of that ilem of dat<:l.
 bamplas are: Tailoring 01 docurnenlli ci1ed ill Item 4; Clarification 01                       Th~,... esom"t." Uilla prices "hall be developed onlV from those
 $ubmil1al date:. in nems 12 /tnd 13; Explanation 01 reproc:lucible capias in                 COU'II which w,1I be inc;urred as a direct result of the requirement to
 It 8m 14.; DeSIred medium for delivary 01 Ihe data item.                                     supply the data, over and above those costS which V/0l..11d
                                                                                              oth1ilrwise be incurred in performance 01 the con"(1l1ct if no data
                                                                                              Wll' B req....'ed. The estimaled data prices shall not include any
                                                                                              amount lor rights. In data. The Government's right to USIII 1he dala
                                                                                              shell be governed by the pertinent provisions of me contract.


DO FORM 1423-1 lBACKI. FEB 2001
                         o                                                  o


DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION
TITLE: COURSE CONFIGURAnON DOCUMENTATION PLAN

Number: DI-SESS-81695                                  Approval Da1e: 2006l 023
AMSC Number: 7610                                      Limitation:
DTIe Applicahle: No                                    GIDEP Applicable: No
Office of Primary Rcsponsibility: AFlTILS/SEA04L 1
Applicable Forms: None
Use/relationship: The Course Configuration Documentation Plan will provide an
outline to show how the course will be configured.

This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format, and content preparation
instructions for the data product generated by the specific and discrete 1a.'lk requirement
delineated in the contract..

Requirements:

I. Reference Documents. Tile applicable issue of this document cited herein, including
its approval dates and dates of any applicable amendments, notices, and revisions, shall
be as spec ified in the contract.

2. format. The Course Configuration Documentation Plan shall bl! in the contractor's
format

3. Content. The plan shall contain the following:

    a. Naming conventions
    b. File placement
 File naming convention shall not be overly complex. (e.g., clear module folder names
aDd file structure should be easHy recognizable.) Files used more than once should reside
in the main directory of the course (e.g., hnage.gifused in all modules should reside in
the image folder within the main directory of the course and not in a module directory.

3.2 Course folder shall be broken down by module so the government will be able to tell
(hat a particular course file belongs to ModuJe X and is on page Y of that module:

3.3 Module folders shllll contain supporting subfoldcrs (example: flru;n. source, and
image).

END ofDI-SESS-81695
                                          CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                     FOlm Ap;1roved
                                                                            11 Oil Iii Irem!                                                                                                      OMS No. 070';·0188

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                                    UNE tHiM            ~JO.                                                          C. CAT!iGORY:
                                                                                                                                                 TM
                                                                                                                                                                                x
                                                                                                                                                         F.CONTRACTOR
                                          Courseware
1. DA.i"A1T£MNO                        2. TITLE OF DATA ITEM                                                                                                 SOOTITlE                                                                                       17. PAlC'.E GROUP


             A002                      WED-BASED COURSE TEST PLAN                                                                                          est Plan and Test Procedures

                                                                                           5. C<)NTMCT ftE'ERfNCf                                                                                                                                           18.   ~TlMATEC>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAl. PRICE
                                 D1-SESS-BI696
1. DO 251> Ilea.                       9. OIS1 ,rTAUMUiT                  10..   I'flfQ~fftCY
                                          R£OVtREO
                 No                                                               Sec Block 16
8. APT' COOl:                                                             11. AS OF DATE
               NfA                                    o
                                                                                  See Block 16


  Blocks 10, 11,12, and 13: As stated in each delivery order

  Block 14. Five paper copies and one electr'ollic copy in Microsoft: Word 2003.
                                                    o

                                              INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING DD FORM 1423
                                                       {See DoD 5010.7 Z·M for derailed Insrructions.'

                                                                                                           FOR THE CONTRACTOR
                        FOR COVERNMENT PERSONNEL

hem A. Se1f-e:<o!ana[ory.                                                          Item 17.    Specify apn~opriarp. prir:e group from ann of the:: foltnwing
                                                                                   gioupS of effort in developing p.~rirn;)r~d prir:e!'; for A<ll"'!h n:.tn itr.m
Item B. Seif·e<planatory.                                                          listen on the   no   Form 14~3.

Item C.   MaJk (X) appropriate category: TOP· Technical Data Package;
'1 M • TeChOIcal Manual; Orner • orner categorf or aata. suCh as
"Provisioning. "~Con.nguri:.Hion Management.... etc;.                                  4.     Group I. Definition - Data which is not otherwise essential
                                                                                   10 the contractor's performance of the prirnory contracted effort
hem D. Enter nanH;! uf systerotitem being 21cquir-ed that d.ata win suppDrt.       (productIon. development. testing. and edministr8tionj but which is
                                                                                   required by 00 Form 1423.
Item E.     Self ·expliJnatory (to be filled in after con!J3ct award).

Item F.     Sp.lf-uplan<ltory (10 be filled in after comraer award).
                                                                                               Estimated Price - Costs to be included under Group I are
                                                                                   those "pplicable to preparil'g and aS5elllbiing the data item in
Item G.     SiUl1ature of preparer of CORL.
                                                                                   t;QIlforlllance   with    Governmelll     requirements.   and    the
Item H.     Date CORI. was prl!flared.                                             administration and other expenses rela1:ed [0 reproducing and
                                                                                   delivering such data items to the Government.
Item I.     Signature of CDAL approval authority.

Item J.     Date CDRl was approve<!.                                                     n. uroup II. UctlOltoon - Data wnicn is essential to the
                                                                                   performance Of the primary contracted effort but tile contractor' is
                                                                                   required to periurm adcJitional work to conlOrm to Government
Item 1. See 000 FAR Supplament Subpart 4.71 for proper numbering.
                                                                                   requirements with regllrd to depth Of content. format, frequency of
Itam 2. En:er title as it appears on data acquisition document cited in Item       submittal, preperetion. control. or quetitv of the deta item.
4.

Item 3. EntBr subtitle of datil item for f"rther definilion of dete item                      Estimate<! Price - Costs to be included I.l nder Group II ere
(optional entry).                                                                  those incurred over end above the cost 0 f the essenti",1 data item
                                                                                   without conforming to Government requirements. and the
Item 4. Enter Data Item Description lOIP) number, military specification           administrative and otl1er expenses related TO reproducing an<!
number, or military standard number listed In DoD 5010. 12-l tAMSOL), or
                                                                                   delivering such data item to the Government.
one-time DID number. that defillBS data content and format requirements.

ttDlll 5. Enter reference to toa-king in contract that generate£; reqLJirement
for the dan item t".9.• Statemant 01 Work paragraph numbar!.                             c.    Group III. Definition - Deta Which tile contractor must
                                                                                   develop for his internal use in performance of the primary
Item 6. Enter technical office lespoll5ible for ensuring adequacy of the           contracted effort anc! does not require any substantial change to
data item.                                                                         conform to Government requirements with regard to depth of
                                                                                   conient. format. frequency of submittal. preparation. control. and
Item 7. Specify requirement for inspection/acceptance of the data item             quality of the data item.
by the Government.

Item 8. Specify requirement for approval of a draft before preparation of
                                                                                            Estimated Price - Costs to be included under Group III are
the final data item.
                                                                                   the administrative and other expanses rei ated to reproducing and
Item 9. For technical cl4ta, 3pecify requiremont 'or contrector to m"rk the        delivering such data item to the Govcammcant.
appropriate distribution stotem<:nt on the dolo lref. 0000 6230.24).

Item 10. Specify number 01 tim"" data item. are to he d"liv.",.d.                       d.    Group IV.    Definition - 04ta which is dovolopod bV tho
                                                                                   conttactor 0tII pert oi his nOI'lTiai operating proce4ures end his effort
Item 11. Specify as-of dale of data item, when applicable.                         in supplyinO "th~s.f! dfto18 to the Government i..~ minimal.
Item 12. Specify wilen first subfl'lIttal is required.

lIem      13. Specify when' subsequent submittals are required. when                       Estimated Price - Group IV ite~ should normally be shown
applicable.                                                                        on \he DO Form 1423 lit no cost.

Item 14. Enter addressees and number of drartJflnal copies to be delivered
to each addreSSDll. Explain reproducible copies in Item 16.
                                                                                   Item 18. For each data item. enter an amount equal to that portion
Item 15. Enter tOlal numbor 01 dr.fufino,1 copies to b.. delivered.
                                                                                   01 ttle IOtal price WIlich i5 estimated to be attributable to the
                                                                                   production or development tor the Government 01 that item of data.
Item 16.     U~B
               for 3I1ditinnai/clarifyln9 information for Items 1 through 15.
F."mplp.~ are:   Ta~oring of documents cited in Item 4: Clarification of
                                                                                    These estimated dllta prices shall be developed only from those
submittal dates in Items '\ 2 and 13: ExDI8naool) of reproducible eopie-s in       costs which win be incurred as a direct result of the requirement to
Item 14.; Oesired medium for detivery of the data item.                            supply the data. over and above those costs which would
                                                                                   otherwise be incurred in pert()(l1'lance of the contract if no data
                                                                                   were required. The estimated data prices shaH not include any
                                                                                   amount fOf rights In data. The Government's right to use the data
                                                                                   shall be governed by the pertinent provisions or the contract.



DO FORM 1423·1 (BACK), FEB 2001
DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION (DID) 

TlTI ,E: WER-BASED COURSE TEST PLAN 


Number: DI- SESS-81G9G                                           Approval Date: 20061023
ANISe Number: 7611                                               Limitation:
OTIC Applicable: No                                              GIDEP Applicable: No
omce of Primary Responsibility: AFJT/LSiSEA04L 1
Applicable Forms: N/A

Use/relntionship: The Tesl Plan will be used to describe the contractor's testing
procedl.lres. These procedures will show measures taken by the contractor to ensure
web-hased courses developed properly integrate and function within the govemments'
Learning Management System (LMS). The government will also use thi:; plan to
evaluate the contractor's proposecl Lest procedures.

This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation
instructions for data product generated by the specific and discrete task requirement as
delineated in the contract.

Requiremen1s:

1, Reterence documents. The issue of this document cited herein, including its approval
datesnnd dales of any applicabJe amendments, notices, and revisions, shall be as
specified in the contract

2. 	 Format. The Test Plan shaH be in the contractor'S format.

3. Content. The Test Plan shall contain the following:

3.1. An overview of the test objectives of the test plan, induding flow diagrams,
milestoncs, pcrsoIlllcl participatiun to iur;;luut: ::;ubjt:r;;L malleT eKpens, locations, and
schedules.

3.2 	The test plan shall contain procedures to accomplish the following items;

               a. 	 Functiomit testing of the courseware material:; on the LMS vendor site
                    as specified in the contract,

               b. 	 Hyper links and verification that the targeted URL accurately loads,

               c. 	 The plan shall also document the navigation within the module and lhat
                    it works correctly throughout each module (i.e., forwards and
                    backwards) and takes the user to the correct destination.


                                                                                Page I of2 Pages
                                        010 DI-SESS-81696



           d. 	 The plan shall identify Shareable Content Object (SCO)and that it is
                compliant and passes all the correct data to the government's LMS at
                the correct point Qf liml:! in each SeQ. This inJonnaliuri ~hall consist of
                at least initialization, finalization, incompJete, complete, student's scare,
                student ID, progress tracking, nnd book-marking.




END of DI-SESS-&] 696.




                                                                      Page 2 of2 Pages




                                            2
                                  CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                                 Form Approved
                                                                                (1      Diita liemJ                                                                                               OMS No. Ol04.0J88

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r."'It.I/tm".."nf l.uull'\oO Contf'~("f~ Off""loC.~       'Of
                                                     th. Contt.....::'(,'P~ N.Q. I;~texf ,n Qloo;:jo: E.

A. CONTRACT lINE ITEM NO.                                                                                                 c. CATEGORY;
           0003
                                                                                                                                                                                         OR
                                      Courseware
                                2..   T~TLE   Of DATA ITtM                                                                                                   3. SUlIl'lTll:

                                INSTRUCrlONAL DESKiN DOCUMENTATION                                                                                               IOD

                                                                                                  5. CONIRACT Ri<EI!ENCe                                                                                                                                                           18.   ~STlMATED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TOTAL PRICE
                         Dl-SESS-1l1697                                                               As slated in each                                                                                          ArITILS
7. DO 260 11£0                                                                10. FJlEQUEf/CY

           No                                                                                SIX Blk. 16                                See Blk J6
8. Al'P CODE                                                                 11. AS Of DAlE
          N/A                                  B                                                                                SIJIIM1S5IOW
                                                                                              See BIle 16                               See Blk 16
10.    _"".s
 Blocks 10. II, [2, and 13; As stated in each delivery order

 Block 14: f"ive paper copies and one electronic copy in Microsoft Word 2003.
                                                          o                                                                          o

                                                INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMP LETING DD FORM 1423
                                                             (See ODD 50TO.12·M         f~r   derailed ins tfll ctions./

                                                                                                                           FOR THE CONTRACTOR
                      _ FOR GOVERNMENT PEASO,,!NEl

lIem A. 5ell·",planatory.                                                                       lIem 11. Specify appropriata pflee group from one of the foll!)wlng
                                                                                                9'oups 01 efforl in developing estimated priCSS tor each dl>ta ,tern
l'Ccm B. Self   e)(plan~to,y,
                                                                                                listed on the DU ~orm 1423.
Item C. Mark IX) ~pprol'ri.r .. category: TDP. Technical Data Paci<ag .. ;
1M - Techoi,,,r Manual: Other         other catego,y of data. 51lch ~.
• Provisioning. ··Conf!guration Managemeot.· etc.                                                    ...   G'QUP I. nefinition - Oala which is 00' othe,wise ..5sential
                                                                                                to the. C'001u,cto-r's performanc:e of the primalY c;()otrCJC tbd eUvri
Item D. Enter "8m" 01 synemfilem being .cquued that data will St.lppo,t.                        IPfo<luc::ion, de...elopment, testing. and admin,s'ra lion, but ...hien is
                                                                                                required by 00 Form 1423.
ht>m.E.   Selj-explanuory Ito be hll.d in after contract awa,dl.

hem F.    S..II'.xpl..n~tory ttl) b .. filled in aft.. , COn\ract "",,,ardl.
                                                                                                          Estimated Price - Costs to be ineluded tmd"r Group I are
Item G. Signature of prep"r.., 01 CDRL                                                          those applicable to preparing and assembling the dDta it"m in
                                                                                                conformance      with    Government      reQuiremenls. and     the
ft.m H.   Date CORl w ... p.opuad                                                               administration ilInd other expen5es rakrted to fe producing and
                                                                                                delivering such data items to the GO·lernmen1.
It"m I.   SillMture of CDRL approval author;'!';.

ItemJ.    Dale CDRt WalS approved.                                                                    b. Group II. Definition· Data which is essential 10 the
                                                                                                performance of the primary contracted eHoII but the contractor is
                                                                                                required to perform additional ....ork to conlorm to Govemment
Item 1. See 000 FAR SUP"I..",,,,,! $obport4.71 for p,oper numbering.
                                                                                                requirements with regard to depth of content. forma t, frequency of
Item 2. Enter litlo .... it app<>"r. on doto ocquisition document cited in hem                  submhtal, JJlep8u.tion. ".,nu!>l. or Quality 01 the d.lla item.
4.

hem 3. Ent"r subtitle of data item tOf lurther deflnilion 01 data item                                    Estimat.. ct Price • Cosu to be included undo, Gro~p II ore
\op1ional entry!.                                                                               those incurred over and ..bove lhe c ....t ()/ th. essential d.·1lI item
                                                                                                withl)ut CClnforming to Government r.<lul,,,mant,,. and the
Item 4. Enter Data Itllm DescriptIon (DID) number, m~itary specification                        adminiSlrative and other e)(J:lel\S8S related to ll!f;ltoducing and
number, or m.Mary stondard number listed in 000 0010.12-L IAMSDl). or                           delivering SIJCh data item 10 the Gov6mment.
on8>'llme 010 number, that detlnes data content iJI'1d format requirements.

Item 5. Enter ,.'.,anc;e to ~skm9 in contrac.r th~t get')er~te5 require-ment
lor thl> data it"rn ,8.g" Stal""""nt of Work parogfnph number).                                        c.   Group Ill. Def."il!on - Data whir:h the c<>nfra.::lor ro ..... !
                                                                                                develop      'Of
                                                                                                               his inlemal use in perfnrmanee of the primary
Item 6. Enler technical o'lie.. responsible for ""...,ing "rI"'111""Y 0>1 th..                  contracted effort and doe" not ''''luir.. any ......st.."ti..1 eh"'nge to
data ,tern.                                                             .                       conform to Govamment requi,.........nts with '8()ard to depth 01
                                                                                                content. I _ t . freqUl!l'lcy 01 submittal. preparation. conlrol, and
Item 'i. Specify rcquiromenl lOt in.p"ctioll/acccp~oc., ot the dote i1em                        quality of the dau. item.
bV the Government

kem 8. Specify requJrement fa r approval 01 a dral! be rare preparation 01
the flna' d.. l.. il"',..    .                                                                              (stirn.ted Pr;c... Custa tu L. iudude-d uru:ler Group III are
                                                                                                the .dministr.tive ~d o1her elq>eo••• ,el.led tu rflprudu<:'ing .nd
ttam 9.. rOt' teehnilC" d.tal $peejfy roquirornGM for eontfoetor '0 ,......,rk tho              dliMiv.,ing lueh date itom to \he eo".. ,"m.nt.
al'>Pfopfi",. cti~tribo~tion "'ot.rnant on the data Ir"L DoDD '52l0.141.

Item 10. Specify number of times dete items are tn be delivered.                                      d. G'QUP IV. O.I;nition. Data which is devalopttd by the
                                                                                                contractor aa pari of hi. normal operating _c...rures and hi", ellort
Item 11. Specify ..,,·of dale of data item, when applicable.                                    in ",Upplying U...,. data to the Govarnmenl i. minimal.
It"m 12. Specify when lor5t submittAls ''''1"""d.

Item 13. Specify ""hen            s~"'1u..nl         "ulJmill.'"   .or"   r~4uir~cJ,   when                 Estimated Pri", .. - G,oup IV it",nu; cho...ld norm311y b••hown
appli<:eble.                                                                                     00 the 00 Fo,m 1423 01 no co.t.

Item 14.. Ente, ...add,.ftl.$ee, el"td number of dJahifiMi t;opies to be del;vlitutd
10 .aeh address<le. Explain reproducible copioc in h.rn 16.
                                                                                                 Item 1 S. For each dela ,tt=rn, ftnler an _mount 'equal to thet portion
Item 15. Enter total number of draft/final copies to be delivered.                               01 tho total price which ia e3t;mDted '0 be atutbvttlbto to the
                                                                                                 pnu::iuelion Of' dovofoprnc:nt for the Covornrnent of thot i'tern of dcto.
ItlHll 16. Use tor i!lddilionallc.lamy'"9 infOfmalion lor Items 1 through 15.
Examples .are: Talloling 01 documents cited ,n lIem 4: CI..nflC.atton 01                           The.e e.t'matad date pficu ahall bo developed .....V from th"",_
submittal dat•• in hems 12 and 13; Explanation 0' reproducible ""pies in                         costs which win be ffl(;UflUd iUI iii diuKI u~liuh 0' the roqui.,,"taht to
hem 14.;   Deo~iu"d UIBUIUtn fbl    delivery   0-'   the d.-ta tt.m.                             supply the data~ over ;,rul ttbov., 1I1oO'S~ CQ!Jts which would
                                                                                                 cu-...u.e be incurnd in 1>... 1........."';" of the cont,acl if rw data
                                                                                                 w"r" .eQuire....     Th...... tU" .. "'d d..ta p'Ices 'hall not include any
                                                                                                 .. mounl fOf rights in dalb. The Go".......",rn'$ rig'>t to usa the <la·tll
                                                                                                 shall b<: fJO"""led by Ih" peflineol provisions of the conllact.


DO FORM 1423-1 (BACK), FEB 2001
DATA ITE1Vl DESCRIPTION
TITLE: I:.JSTRUCTIONAL DESl(iN DOCUMENlATION(lDD)

Number: 0l-SESS-&1697                                         Approvill Date: 20061023
AMSC Number: 7612                                             Limitation:
DTiC Applicable: No                                           GlDEP Applicable: No
Ofiice of Primary Responsibility: AFIT/LS/SEA04L1
Applicable Form~: None
Use/relationship; The instructional Design Documentation (tDD) will be used to define
the course objective, module objectives, desired leaming outcomes, measurement
methods, and design issues for the course.

This Data Jtem Dr"crilltion (Dll)) cnntains the format and content preparation
instructions for the data. product generated by the specific and discrete task requirement
as delineated in the contract.

Requirements:

I. Reterencc Documents. The applicable issue of this document cited herein, including
its approval dates and dates of any applicable amendments, notices, 3ndrevisions, shall
be as specified in the contract.

2. Format. The 10D shall be in contractor format.

3. Content. The IOD shall contain the following:

3.1. Purpose. The purpose of the course, summitry of any applicable background and
     purpose infonnation relative to the IDD itself.

3.2. Overview. An overview ofthe desired target audience. The target audience ~hall
     also include any suggested job categories, organizations, experience levels, grades,
     ranks, pre.requisite courses attended, and funclional areas.

3.3. A list of all pertinent team members in the course development effort, including
     names, organizations and methodes) for contacting each.

3.4. An overview on how the contractor intends to follow the governments Instructional
     Systems Design process specitied in the conlract.

3.5. (dentitication of the government Subject Matter Expert(s.).

3.6. A 	 list of the course objectives, individual module objectives and the: method for
     achieving each.

 3.7. Method for measuring/assessing the learner's accomplishmcnt.
                         o


                                      DI-SESS-81697



3.8. A high level course outline shall be included. 	The outline shall define each module
     title and each major section title within that module.

3.9. 	 Describe the web-based architecture that applies for this course. The architecture
    shall show the major connections/functions that hegin with the User's Desktop and
     flow through to tbc completed course being pr<lperiy documented in the registrar's
     files.

END of DJ-SESS-81697.




                                              2

                                    CONTRACT DA.TA REQUIREMENTS LIST                                                                                                                          FonTI Approvf:!t.I
                                                                        (7   DtJtiJ lrern;                                                                                                    OM8        .va.    0704-0 t 88

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                                                                                                                                                             3.Sl.UlTrfl...1I!                                                                                  17, PAICf GROUP

                                 WI:::H-~ASE1J                 COURSI:WARt::                                                                                      hnal Courseware
         A004

 4. AUTHOiUl'Y fO"" Aequi.sitiOll /Jt;cunulttl flo,)                                  , S. CONTRACT REFERENCE                                                                                                                                                   18. ESTIMATEO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTALI'AlCE
                          Dl-SESS-S\699                                                        As stated ill each
                                 9.01ST                               10. F)UtQUeNCY
                                      R£ClUIAro
           DD                                                                   See: Blk 16
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             A
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                                                                                See RlI, 16                                        See BI1< 16


 Bl{lck 7: DO 250 applies to Final Web-Based Courseware only. Failure oftne
ICU'UJ'>C""lfeto lQad onto AF1T's LMS cOrTCctly will OOlUlitute rejection of the
lC¢.urseware           product.


 mocks R, 10,11,12, and 13: "Beta" Version of the Web-based Courseware is due
        (7) caleodaJ days after "Alpha" review ill complete. Beta version Contractor
      be delivered a CD-ROM ready for loading on Al'lTILS Learning
lM:an~lge1me'n[ Sysfem. Failure of the courseware to load ooto AFIT's LMS
                       '11 c<lnstitute rejection oftbe courseware, "f'inal" Version of the
WC,b-t~~:a CoursewaJc       with changes identified during Beta testing sball be
               14 calendar days afterthe delivery of the Bcla Version. This final
                 be equal to, or better than, the proouct demonstration CD that was
(Sut)mlltted. with the contractor's proposal.

  Alock 14: One copy on CO-ROM ready (or loading on AFlTIL'S Learning
I",",anagl.menl System_
                                                                o

                                                      INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING DO FORM 1423
                                                                   (See 000 50l0.12·M fOf "crill/cd insrrVcflcn:s.)

                                                                                                                                     FOR THE   CONrR-",.~r;;r=C~:C.£l~.- - - - - - . ­
                        .£.oR GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL

Item A.     Solf,,,:<pian~to",,,                                                                         J1e1'1'l17,   Specify aopropriarc prtce grQuP hom one o! the following
                                                                                                         qcoups of e ffoJt in developing as timatcd prices for each data .tern
                                                                                                         lis;cd on Ihe DO Fo'm 1423.
lt4m C.     M,a,k, eX) o:.ppropf'al:fJ c;.negoty:         TDP ~ Technical Dbta Pack.aso:!l;
TM        Tcchl'lica. Manual;         Orh~r    • nth..r cat1fgnry 01 (bfa.                 Slueh    '"
·Proo;sioo'ng. "Configurarion Manaoement: elc.                                                                a.    Group L Definition - Data which is nol othe,w'se essenlial
                                                                                                         to the contractor's perfo,m<tnce ot the primary contracted ellort
hem O. Enter name of systemiitem being acquired that data wiil support. 
                                Iproduction, development, tesling. and admin's".lionl but which is
                                                                                                         r equirea by DO rorm1423.
Item E.     Self·explanatory 110 be filled in after contract award'. 


Item F. SAil-explanatory Ito be lHled in after contract award!. 
                                                 Estimated r,ic... Costs to be included under Group I are
                                                                                                         those appUcable 10 plepl>fing and assembling the data item in
ltem.G.     Signilture "f preparer 0'1 CORL. 

                                                                                                         con'formance        VYtth     Govemment         it!lqlllremtJnts~    and    the:
Item H. na.", CDRl. was prepared. 
                                                                      administration anel otner _pon"C$ 'ola1ed to ,eproducing and
                                                                                                         delivering sveh elata itltms to tile Govemment.
Item I.     Signature of CDRL apj>rovllillutl\e,itv. 


Item J .. Dale CORL VIas approved. 
                                                                           b. GrouP II. Definition· 011111 which is essenti,,1 to Ihe
                                                                                                         performance of the primary cormllCted elfort bul the COl"ltr,,(:Ior is
                                                                                                         required to pet/aIm additional work to conform' to Government
Item 1. See 000 FAR Supj;)lemem Subpar! 4.7 1 fUI                         "rup'"    111.""b"';"9,
                                                                                                         requi'ements \lVith regard 10 depth of contaM. format, frequency of
Itcrm 2 Ente, tirl., "" it "1'1>"""0 "n datI> acqui.ition document c'u.d in Item                         $ubmitt.tl. prepCKation. connol. or quality of the deta item.
4.

Hem 3. EniH subtitle of data ilem for fUrlher definition of data item                                               Estimated Price - Costs to bit included Uflder GrOUp II lire
(optional entrVI.  .                                                                                     those im:unad over and above the cost of VIe essemial data item
                                                                                                         withoul conloll1'ung to Gov....nment requ;"ements. and the
It .. m 4. Ent.. r Data Itom Oueription IDIDJ number. milill"." sp"eif;cation                            ..dministrative and olner expenses ,elated to reprodudng and
number. or military standard number listed in DoD 501O.12-lIAMSOLl. or                                   delivotin9 ll....n elat.. item to Ih .. Govetnmenl.
one-time DID numbe,. 1hat defines elala eontent and format requirements.

Item 5. Enler refoUl,nce 10 .1..s~in9 in coll,ract that                   9'I""'..'....
                                                                       requi'Ol.m,,,I
                                                                                c.    GrouP III. Definition - Data which th...,..... Ir .. clo-' mus.
lor tho data iTom Ie,!)•• STat",....",'". Worll. p"'1J>Qtaph nUnlu"r).
                                                                          develop for his inl.rnal use in p&rlc>rmanca 01 .h.. primary
Itam 6. Ent.r t.echnir::al olf;"' .. r"'l"""...hl .. fnr ""<llImO                "<INv,,,,,y ...
                                                                  1 IhIt CMtfacled eifort and does not ,equire. any substantial chenge to
data item. 
                                                              co,.iorm to Gavertlm"nt ,equir,*me,.t~ with '''\lard ttl ""plk 011
                                                                          conTent, format, frequency of wbminal. p,.p..r.~ion. conlrol. and
Item 7, Speo;ify requiremont for inspection/acceptance of the data ilem 
 quafrtV ot .ke data item.
by tile Government. 


Item 8. Specify requirement for approval 01 a dralt belore prepa/atioo oj
the lina'   ttl! fa hem. 
                                                              Estimated Pric•• Costs to be included under Group III are
                                                                              th" ;administrativ", and oth.. r expen••• relaled to rep'oducing and
Itam 9. For technic'" data. :pacify rcquirornont lor conl,aclor to mo,k thc 
 de/l_rlng such d"t.. item to the Gov.rnm.....t.
approprla'" di'S,ribU'lion stat.ment on the data I'ef. DoOO !:>230.241. 

Item   to. Spndly number of times d..ta i'ems are to be deliv.rod. 
                                          d. Sroup IV. O ..finition· D.too ../);"h t. d ..,..eIop<o>d lJy th"
                                                                                                         conlractor •• part of hi. normal op...ating proaedLlr•• and hi. effon
Item 11. Specify B$-OI date of dela item. when applicabla. 
                                             in cupplying. lnM_ da1 a to the Govorl\m.nt is m;n;mal.
Item lZ_ Speclty when Il1$t submittal is required. 


hunt      13.    Svt)~iry     v/h~n   ... Ulnrvtt ..... flt .utuniu.. b     .,e I.quilad,.. wh.rl 
              Estimated Price· Group IV items should nonnally be shown
"ppIleabl.                                                                                               en t"o DO Form '4.23 ;,. no cost.

hem 14. Enter addJessees and oumb.r of draft/final copi..,. 10 I>e dellv.red 

to each addressee. Explain r.produclble cop,e. In 116m J6. 

                                                                                      Item '8. For ..ach data item, ent,...n amount aqual to. t".t p<>rtion
hem 15. Enler        ~otlll   numb.... 0/ draftll;nal copies 10 be delivered. 

                                                                                      01 tn.. ("to' price whick b ""tim"ted to be ..'tribu~able t<> th<t
hem 16.         US" for aaditiooal/c\ariivinQ in/oronation for Items 1 through 1 S. 
 production or d"",,'opment for Ihe Governm~nt of      item 01 dirt•.           ' 'lOt
Examples        are: '",'orlO9 01 document5 Cited in Item 4; ClarificatIOn 01           Th"'e u.imated datft prices sha/l b. develop"d only from those
submittal       date. in Items; 12 and 13; Explanation of ,sprodue.ble copies In 'O$t$ whit.h win be incufted 4'$ b dir~ct n,1iWI1 of lh$ rttquift~n'lent tu
Item 14.:       Desired medIUm 10r delivery 01 Ihe Clat. Item.                        supply th.. dare_ over and ..bove thu"" cos (s ..,hieh wvuld
                                                                                                         ulhdlwi~.:                                                                 "'"ld
                                                                                                                        lHt im.:wutu in p~tOII1'dI"'..." vr UK: -,;uHlIIiU'; I if IJU
                                                                                                         ",UI:I' rcr.tuiuILI. TI-..; c~lKnale-y data p,ic.o:. ~hGi' nvl in(.;hnJa ..,)'
                                                                                                         .'"QUlll t(H ''gh\Oi in tWla.. The (3()VUJnmonl"s right to UJit: Uu: dati)
                                                                                                         .halt btt ~v.r"led by the pwtintllnt Juo\tisions of th.. contract.



DO FORM 1423·1 (BA.CK), FEB 2001
                                                                           o


DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION
TITLE: WEB-BAS!::D COURSEWARE

Number: DI-SESS-SI699                               Approval D'au:: 20061023
AMSC Number: 7614                                    Limi1ation: N/A
DTIC Applicable: No                                 GlDEP AppHcable; No
Office of Primary Responsibility: AFlT/LS/SEA04Ll
Applicable Forms: N/A
Use/r~Jationship: This Data l1em Description (DID) is used for final delivery of web­
based courseware. This is necessary for life cycle maintenance of the course.

This Data Item Description (OlD) contains the format and c{)ntent preparation
instructions for data produC1 generated by the specific and discrete task requirements as
delineated in LIle contrdct.

Reqllirements:

I. Reference documents. The applicable issue ofthis document cited herein, incJuding
its approval dates and dates of any app.icable amendments, nolict:s, and revisions. shall
be as specified in the contract.

2. The courseware shall be in contractor's format.

3. Content. The courseware shall contain the following:

    a. 	 All course files (for example: course pages, images. shock wav.;: tiles, and source
         fi~                                                                      .
    h. 	 All source code.

4. Media. The media for this web-based courseware shall be as specified on the DO
Form 1423 ContTaCt Data Requirements List (CDRL) in the contract.


END ofDI-SESS-81699.
                                                                              1.5 AUGUST ::2007


1.4- Applic<lble Documents. 

The Contractor shall be familiar with the following applicable Policy, Regulation. and Guidance: 

        1.4.1 DoD Instruction 1322.20, Development and l\1anagemenr of Imeractive
        Courseware (leW) for Military Training
        1.4.2 AFMAN 36-2234 InSlructional System Development
        IA.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 10 Information Jar DesiJ!,ners ofInstructional Systems:
        Application to Education
        1.4.4 Sharable Content Object Reference Motl~1 (SCORM) T~t Suite
        1.4.5 Section 50& ofthe Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 199& (29LJ.S.C. 794(d))
Knowledge of these items is required to perfonn the effort as defined in each new course
Statement of Work.

1.5 General Requirements/Tecbnical Standards.
This SOW is for the development of a series of learning initiatives.     AFIT requirements for
cLeaming courses include. but are not limited to:
       1.5.1 The Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant
       HTMl./XML code or content standards resulting in files readily editable llsing any simple
       text editor. Changes jn Air Force guidance may require coding changes as required.
       1.5:2 The Contractor snail ensure distributed learning content and meta-data is Sharable
       Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) conformant to en~ure accessibility durability,
       re-usability, and intcroperability and complies with DoD instructions 1322.20,
       Development and Management olInteractil'l!. Courseware (leW) for Mili10ry Training
       1.5.3 Monolithic programming tools should be avoided to the greatest extent possible.
       Tools should include, but are not limited to:
               1.5.3.1 PC Target Architecture
                        1.5.1.1.1 Pentium 1M, 2GB .RAM, 1GB video, 65K color@800x600,
                        128Kbps modem
                        ] .5.1.1.2 Windows XP SP2. Internet Explorer and Netscapc current
                        versions
                1.5.3.2 Industry Standard Media Plug-inslPlayers
                        1.5.3.2.1 Real Media
                        1.5.3.2.2 Windows Media
                        1.5.3.2.3 Quicktime
                        1_5.3.2.4 Macromedia Plash
                        1_5.3.2.S Adobe Acrobat
                1.5.3.3 Industry Standard Web Server/Network Protocols and Ports
                        1.5.3.3.1 Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) over port 80, 8080, etc.
                        1-5.3.3.2 Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTIPS) over port 443
                        1.5.3.3.3 Other ports will need to be discussed prior to develupment
                1.5.3.4 Web Based ADL Content
                        1.5.1.4.1 Conform to the provisions of Section 50S of the Rehabilitation
                        Act Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d»)
                         1.5.1.4.2 N{) use of server-side APJ/CGIIODBC technologies (ASP, JSP,
                        cm, Perl, PHP. Cold Fusion, PL-SQL. Etc.)
                         1.5.3.4.1 SCORM RTE Conformance



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                              STA.TEMENT OF WORK

                    Air Force Institute of Techno]ogy
                           School of Systems and Logistics

                            Course Development Program

].0 Description of Work

1.1 Introdllction
The Air Force Institute ofTeclmology School of Systems and Logistics (AFITILS) intends to
establish multiple Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) with companies possessing the ability
to create and complete learning initiatives for a wide-range of DoD customers/sponsors. All
initiatives must employ a structured, adaptive, colJaborative effort to develop the standards, tools
and learning content for the future learning environment.

].2 Backgroond
       1.2.1 This SOW is for the developmertt ofa series of learning initiatives (e.g. courses).
       AFITILS expects to require between 8-12 Courses to be developed annuuJly, although the
       actual number may vary. Each course's length, content and interactivity level is expected
       to vary as well. Ihe coW"ses shall be designed for adult learners and cover a host of
       current topics needed for professionals in the acquisition and sustainment career fields.
       AFITILS intends to use a Curriculum Development Team approach with CrOSS functional
       experts involved throughout [be process such that questions can be quickly answered and
       material quickly provided as needed by the developing contractor.
        1.2.2   Development of each course is based on a series of experiences and challenges,
       combined with education and training opportunities that enable the learners to grow and
       succc'1d professionally as we] I as meet Air Force needs.


1.3 Objective
        1.3.1 The objective ofthis effort is to provide AFIT a contract vehicle to expediently
        purcbase these cOllrses as customer needs arise. AFIT points of contact (AFIT POC) will
        provide specific Task Orders for each BPA call. Each AFlT POC shall be the responsible
        liaison between the cOLlrse sponsor and the contractor. The course sponsor shall be
        responsible for providing funding (in-part or fulJ) in support of their specific
        requirement(s). Therefore, this contract must allow for incremental funding. as well as
        Firm Fixed and Time and Ma.terials pricing.

        13.2 Learning initiatives lTUIy include. but are not limited to, computer-based (CBT),
        web-based (e-Iearning), video-based and bJc:nded (cornbineu) and the development of
        live/classroom· based courses. Vendors are encouraged to propose the inclusion of new
        leading edge technologies, such as pod casting and others not yet defined. Development
        services include tne creation of presentalion materials (web bosed, videos, audio, or other
        media).
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                     1.5.3.4.2 No use of downloaded Category I mobility code, :,uch as
                     ActiveX (pre-installed components permittt:d)
                     1.5.3.4.3 N() IlSC ofdownloarled Cillegory 2 mobility code, slich as Java
                     applcts (pre-installed components permitted)
                     1.5.3.4.4 No use of un compressed or operating system-specific formats
                     1.5.3.4.5 No use of proprietary format, such as Tool book., Author ware,
                     etc
             1.5.3.5 Streaming Media
                     1.5.3.5.1 Encode to the smallest resolution that provides necessary level
                     of quality (usual1y 32Ox240 @ 40 Kbps, but varies by content)
                     1.5.3.5.2 Encode to run from standard Web server (HTTP format, rather
                     than Ul>P, RTSP, PNA, etc.~ can supplement with other formats)
                     1.5.3.5.3 Windows Media, Real Media, and Quicklime are all
                     appropriate for video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
                     1.5.3.5.4 MP3, alone or embedded in Macromedia Flash, is appropriate
                     for video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
                     1.5.3.5.5 All Macromedia Flash will have pre-loaders instructing the
                     user of the amount oftjmc left for download ofviewillg
                     1.5.3.5.6 Consider "download and play" formats if streams don't provide
                     sati!'.:factory level of quality, performance, si2e, buffering etc.

      1.5.4 The course files shall operate on AFTT's Learning Management System (LMS).
      1.5.5 The contractor shall load the course on the vendor development site at learn.com
      to demonstrate compatibility.
      1.5.6 The file structure used for the various courses' files must use logically understood
      names/directories and clear module and page designators.

AFrr requirements for all course development including live course development include, but
arc not limited to:
       1.5.7 The courses sho.ll be developed usiog the AF's lostructionnl System Design (ISO)
       1.5.8 The courses shall provide a high level of student interaction and variety to
       maintain interest and maximize learning using sound adult learning concepts and
       theories.
       1.5.9 The courses shall achieve the objectives identified in the Course Lesson Plan with
       test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met.
       1.5.10 The courses will be Alpha and Beta tested with representative AF personnel.
       Revisions will be made after these tests have been completed based on feedback. These
       chltnges must also be tested as per the original submlnaJ(s).
       1.5.11 The courses shall be consistently easy to navigate and IIser friendly.
       1.5.12 The courses must demonstrate sound instructional design methodology.
        I.S.13 The courses shall be designed such that they can be easi Iy updated in a spir,d or
       evolutionary manner, incrementally building/improving them overtime.
        1.5.14 The courses shall NOT be developed using proprietary software or components.
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1.6 Sample Interactivity Levels
E-Leaming development projects may be caregorized in one of the following course internctivity
methods. Please note this is only a guide, each Task Order will dictate what e-Iearning
intcractivity requirements are needed.
        Ud Passive - The student acts solely as a receiver of information. Includes graphic
        images and tex-t.
        1.6.2 Limited Participation - Reinforce user learning with questions and answers.
        Includes graphics images and text as well as audio and video clips.
        1.6.3 Complex Participation - Variety of responses using varied techniques ill response
        to instructional cues; includes graphic images, 8udj() and video clips including fuJi video
        or multimedia production may be required.
        1.6.4 Real Time Pllni~ipation The student is directly involved in a life-like set of
        complex cues and resp<mses; includes graphic images, audio and video clips, multjmed ia
        and 2D13D media "simulated" environments.
        1.6.5 FuJI Scale Simulation· Includes previou$ methods and advanced technologies
        (virtual reality gear, speciaJ Hardware. etc.). The gQal is to provide a realistic
        environment with fuHy illteractive media. This includes but is not limited to visual and
        auditory interaction (animation, audio and video), 2DJ3D media and/or simulation or
        game.

1.7 PJace of Performance 

The PlaceofPerfonnallce will be spt:cified on t:ach Task. Order placed under the BPA. 


1.S Period of Performance 

The period ofperfonnance will be specified on each BPA Task Order. 


I.,Contract Deliverable! 

An projects created or modified from AF owned sources are the property ofthe AF, including all 

source materials and courses which may be reutilized by any organization throughout the AF. 

The minimum delivery requirements for all projects are: 


       1.9.1 A Course Configuration Documentation Plan describing file naming conventions
       and file placement. The course folder shall be brok.en down by module so the
       g()vernment will be able to tell that a particular course file belongs to certain modules.
       (AOOl)
       1.1).2 A Web· Based Course Test Plan describing how aJl electronic courses will be
       tested lAW the AFIT Wcb Based Course Test Plan (A002).
       1.'.3 Instructional Uesign Documentation descripti()n of how the course(s) will be
       developed using the AF1T Instructional Design Document and comply with AF
       Instructional Systems Development (ISD) standards as prescribed in AFMAN 36-2234
       (A003).
        1.9.4 All Web Based Courseware presentation material and source files including
       source code (html, fin, js, swf, etc.) on CDIDVD, or other electronic media. The
       contractor must ensure that all data de]iverabJes comply with current applicable copyright
        Jaws im:luuing appropriate markings. Additionally, the contractor must return all



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           mateiials reLJuireu li)f lllt:. development oflhe course. This includes but is not limited [0
           the developed course required by the AFIT POC, any and all printed m<lterials, computer
           documents, audio or video media, amI ail source cuuc::: Illes, (A004)
           1.9.5 The following table lists the 4 CDRLs pertim:nt to the contract.

                                          List of CDRI ,s

CDRL        DlD                    . Data Item Title                 ......   1'~~ql}_e1l91Pu~~a!~        ._
 AOOI       D]-SF.SS~81695           Course Configuration                     As set forth in each Ta~k
                                     Documentation Plan                       Order
AOO2        DI-SESS-81696            Web Based Course Test Plan               As set torth in each Task
                                                                              Order
i AOO3      Dl -SESS-81697          Instructional Design                      As set forth in each Task
                                    Documentation                             Order
 AOO4       01-SESS-81699           Web Based Courseware                      As set forth in each Task
                                                                              Order

     2.0 Governmen1-Furnished Property and Services, if appJicable

     2.1 Governmtnt-Furnished Re:soun:es
     The AFlT POC may require the contractor to perform some work on a government installation.
     Should the work need to be performed at a contractor facility, the contractor shall be provided
     government related resources. All other non-government resources will be provided by the
     contractor. )fthe AFIT'POC requests the work be perf6nned on a government installation, the
     following resources will be provided during tIle specified period of performance:

            2.1.] Facilities at the base shall be coordinated by the project's AFIT POC, as required:
            working space, telephones, tables, filing cabinets, and containers suitable for storage of
            reference material comparable to that provided to AF1T poe personnel.

            2.1.2   Suitable computer worle station with network: access and too Is.

            2.1.3 Information access, including Air Force directives, publications and related
            documentation.

            2.1.4 Access to all government facilities needed to perform the work in accordance with
            the project Task Order. Contractor personnel shall be subject to all Military Rules and
            Regulations while working on a miJitary installation.

            2.1.5 Necessary, available, and reasonable access to government personnel and Subject
            Matter Experts (SME). The contractor shall coordinate all contact with government and
            other contractor personnel through the AFIT POe. The contractor shall submit written
            requests and receive government approval prior to entering a government facility or base
            (i.e. staff meetings, product presentation, etc.) as specified on each BPA Order.




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2.2 Tr:avel Rt:qttirt:ments 

The contractor may be required to Iravel which could mcludt: intt::rvit:wing government   SME~, 

in;;talling software. testing courseware. etc. 


2.3 Performance of Sen:ices During Emergency Conditions

         2.3.1 In the event of a crisis as defined by the National Command Authority or
         Overseas Combatant Cummander, services on this contract may be deemed essential
         for performance according to DODI 3020.37. If s.uch a determination is made
         impacting this contract, your services might be called upon for performance outside of
         the specified hours in this Statement of Work. In that event, the Contracting Officer
         will notify you of the additional performance requirements. Contractor shall provide
         company polnt of contact information to deal with such an occurrence.

         2.3.2 In the event an emergency is declared for WPAFB Ilecessilating the
         implementatlon of an alternate work schedule (other th~n a standard ~-hollT day,
         Monday-Friday work w~ek). services provided under this contract may require
         implementation of an alternate work schedule, not to exceed a 40-hour workweek. The
         ContrJlcting Officer (or the CO's designated representative) will make notification to
         the cllntnlctor poinl of COnIaCl. A modified work schedule wi II be adopted for the
         duration of the declared emergency, and The Contractor shall comply with the
         provisions of that alternate work schedule.

2.4 Co.utrador Point of Contact (POC)
The contrdctOT shall identify one employee and one alternate as the company POC's. This shall
be the individual that coordinates with the AFlT poe in matters of contract performance.
Written notification of the name, address, work telephone. and mobile telephone (if available) of
the company POC and alternate shal1 be provided to the Contracting Officer or Contracting
Officer Representative (COR) the first day of contract performance and thereafter as changes
occur.

2.S Sensitivity or Data
The contractor may be required to have access to live planning. personnel, and other current
systems data during the perfonnance of each BPA order. Any information. records or data to
which the contractor may have access will be of a sensitive nature. The contractor shall not
divulge any infonnation about government files, SOllrce selection activities and processes, or any
other sensitive information to anyone not authorized access to such information. A DD Form
254, Contract Security Classification Specification, is not required for any of the work to be
performed under this SOW.

2.6 Security Clearances
The contractor shall obsclVe and comply with the security provisions in effect at the facility. ID
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2.7 National Agency Act 

DoD military, civilian, consullanls, and comraCLOr personnd using government unclassified 

automated information systems, including e-mail, must have, at a minimum, a completed 

favorable National Agency Check (NAC)/Enlrance National Agency Check in accordance with 

DoD S200.2-R Personnel Security Program, January 1987. The Contractor is required to 

complete the application and apply for a NAC for any employee not currently having a NAC, 

upon receipt of a delivery order where the employee will have access to automated government 

information systems. Thc Contractor shall diligently pursue obtaining these NAC:" for it" 

employees. 


2.8 Privacy Act 

Work on this project may require lhat contractor personnel have access to Privacy Information. 

ContTactor personnel shall adhere to the Privacy Act,Title 5 of the U.S. Code, Section 552a and 

applicable agency rules and regulations. 


2.9 Quality Control 

Contractor shall develop and maintain a quality program to ensure a quality product is delivered 

in accordance with commonly accepted commercial practices. Contractor shall test and verify all 

products before delivery to AFIT.Contractor shall develop and implement procedures to 

identitY. prevent, and ensure non-recurrence of defective services. 


2.10 QuaJi'y A:ssunmct: 

AFIT will perfonn an AIpha test and Beta test on each web based courses delivered. AFlT will 

complete a Final test to ensure al1 test comment') have been successfully completed. Each 

individual AFIT POC will evaluate non-web based products in accordance the Statement of 

VVork.                         .

3.0 General Information

3.1 Hours of work 

To be specified on each BPA Ta!'>k Order. 


3.2 Technical Objectives and Goals 

The learning objectives and goals for each course will be specified on teach BPA Task Order 





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DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION
TITLE: WEB-BASED COURSEWARE

Number: DI-SESS-SJ699                               Approval Date: 20061023
AMSC Number: 7614                                   Limitation: N/A
DTIC Applicable: No                                 GIDEP Applicable; No
Office QfPrimary Responsibility: Al-'rr/LS/SEA04Ll
Applicable Forms: N/A
Use/relationship: This Data Item Description (DID) is used for final delivery of web­
based courseware. lbis is necessary for life cycle maintenance of the course.

This Data Item Description (OlD) contains the format and content preparation
instructions for data produc1 generated by the specific and discrete task requirements as
delineated in lhe ct:mtnu:t.

Req oirements:

1. Reference documents. The applicable issue ofthis document cited .herein, including
its approval dates and dates of any applicable amcndme nts, notices, and revisions, shall
be as specified in the contract.

2. The courseware shall be in contractor's format.

3. Content. The courseware shall contain   tllC   following;

    a. 	 All course files (fot example: course pages, images, shock wave files, and source
         files)                                                                 .
    b. 	 All source code.

". Media. The media for this web-based courseware snail be as specified on the DD
Form 1423 Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) in the contract.


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1..1· ApplicabJe Documents. 

The Contractor shall be familiar with the following applicable Policy, Regulation, and Guidance: 

         1.4.1 DoD Instruction 1322.20, Development and A1a"agemenr of fn-teractive 

         Courseware (lew) for Militury Training 

      1.4.2 AFMAN 36·2234 Instructional System Development 

      1.4.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 10 rnformationfor Desip,ners ofinstructional Systems: 

      Application to Education 

      1.4.4 Sharable Content Object Referenct: Mod~1 (SCORM) T~st Suite 

      1.4.5 Section 50& of the Rehabil itation Act Amendments of 1998 (29lJ.s.C. 794(d)) 

Knowledge of these items is required to perfonn the effort us defined in each new course 

Statement of Work. 


1.5 Gel1eral Requirements/Technical Stalldards. 

This SOW is for the develOpment of a series of learning initiatives.     AFIT requirements for
cLeaming courses include. but are not limited to:
       1.5.1 The Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant 

       HTMLlXML code or content standards resulting in files readily editable using any simple 

       text editor. Changes in Air Force guidance may require coding changes as required. 

       1.5.2 The Contractor shall ensure distributed learning content and meta-d!ita is Sharable 

       Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) ccmformant to ensure accessihility durahility, 

       re-usability, and intcroperability and complies with DoD instructions 1322.20, 

       Veveiopmenl and Munugemenl uflnleraclife Courseware (leW) for Military Training
       1.5.3 Monolithic programming tools should be avoided to the greatest extent possible. 

       Tools should include, but are not limited to: 

              1.5.3.1 PC Target Architecture 

                       1.5.1.1.1 Pentium 1M, 2GB RAM, 1GB video, 65K cotor@800x600~ 

                       I 28Kbps modem 

                       1.5.1.1.2 Windows XP SP2, Internet Explorer and Netscapc current 

                       vt:rsions 

              1.5.3.2 Industry Standard Media Plug-inslPlayers 

                      1.5.3.2.1 Real Media 

                       1.5.3.2.2 Windows Media 

                       1.5.3.2.3 Quicktime 

                       1.5.3.2.4 Macromedia Flash 

                       1.5.3.2.S Adobe Acrobat 

              1.5.3.3 Industty Standard Web ServerlNetwork Protocols nnd Ports 

                       1.5.3.3.1 Hypenex.t Transfer Protocol (HTTP) over port 80,8080, etc. 

                       1.5.3.3.2 Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTIPS) over port 443 

                       1.5.3.3.3 Other ports will need to be diS(;ussed prior to dcvelopmLllt 

               1.5.3.4 Web Based ADL Content 

                       1.5.1.4.1 Conform to the provisions of Sect ion 508 of the Rehabilitation 

                       Act Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d») 

                        1.5.1.4.2 No u~e of server-side APHCGJ/ODBC technologies (ASP, JSP, 

                       eGl, Perl, PHP, Cold Fusion, PL-SQL. Etc.) 

                       1.5.3.4.1 SCORM RTE Conformance 




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                              STATEMF:NT OFWORK

                    Air Force Institute of Technology
                           School of Systems and Logistics

                            Course Development Program
1.0 Description of Work

1.1 Intrl)dllction
The Air Force Institute of Technology School of Systems and Logistics (AFIT/LS) intends to
establish mUltiple Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) with companies possessing the ability
to create and complete learning initiatives for a wide-range of 000 customers/sponsors. All
initiatives must employ a structured, adaptive, collaborative effort to develop the standards, tools
and learning content for the :future learning environment.

1.2 Backgroond
       1.2.1 This SOW is for the development of a series of learning in itiatives ( e.B. courses).
       AFITILS expects to require between 8-12 oourses to be developed annually, altboutb the
       actual number may vary. Each courliC'::; length, content and intcractivity level is eltpected
       to vary as well. Ibe courses shall be designed for adult learners and cover a host of
       ClJrrent topics needed for professionals in the acquisition and sustainment career fields.
       AFITILS intends to lISe a Curriculum Development Team approach with cross functional
       experts involved throughout the process such that questions can be quickly answered and
       material quickly provided as needed by the developing contractor.
       1.2.2 Development of each course is based on a series of experiences and challenges,
       combined with education and training opportunities that enable 1he learners to grow and
       succeqd professionally as weH as meet Air Force needs.

1.3 Objective
       1.3.1 The objective of this effort is to provide AFIT a contract vehicle to ex.pediently
       purcbase these courses as customer needs arise. AFIT points of contact (AFIT POC) will
       provide specific Task: Orders for eachBPA call. .Each AFlT poe shall be the responsible
       liaison between the course sponsor and the contractor. The course sponsor shall be
       responsible for providing funding (in-part or fu11) in support of their specific
       reqllirement(s). Therefore. this contract must allow for incremental funding. as well as
       Finn Fixed and Time and Materials pricing.

        13.2 Learning initiatives nwy include. but are not Jimited to, computer~basccl (CBT),
        web-bilsed (e-IearniJlg). video-based and bltnded (combineu) and the development of
        live/classroom-based courses. Vendors are enc()uraged to propose the inclusion of new
        leading edge technologies, such as pod casting and others not yet defined. Development
        services include tile creation of presentation materials (web based, videos, audio, or other
        media).
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                      1.5.3.4.2 No use of downloaded Category I mobility code, such as
                      Acti lieX (pre- installed components permitted)
                      1.5.3.4.3 No use ofdown!uaded Calegory 2 mobility code, stich as Java
                      applcts (pre-installed components permitted)
                      1.5.3.4.4 No use ofuncompressed or operating system-specific formats
                      1.5.3.4.5 No use of proprietary format. such as Tool book, Auth(lf ware,
                      etc.
              1.5.3.5 Sneaming Media
                      J.5.3.5.1 Encode to the smallest resolution that provides necessary level
                      of quality (usually 32Ox240 @40 Kbps, but varies by content)
                      1.5.3.5.2 Encode to run from standald Web server (HTTP format, rather
                      than UDl'. RTSP, PNA, etc.; can s.upplement with other tormats)
                      1.5.3.5.3 Windows Media, Real Media, and Quicktime are all
                      appropriate for video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
                      1.5.3.5.4 MP3. alone or embedded in Maeromedia Flash, is appropriate
                      for video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
                      1_5.3.5.5 All Macromedia Flash will have pre-loaders instructing the
                      user ofthe amount oftjmc left for download ofvicwiug
                      1.5.3.5.6 Consider "download and play" tbrmats if streams don't provide
                      satisfactory level of quality, performance, size, buffering etc.

      1.5.4 The course files shall operate on AFTTs Learning Management System (LMS).
      1.5.5 The contractor shall load the course on the vendor development site at Jeam.com
      to demonstrate compatibility.
      1.5.6 The file structure used for the various courses' files must use logically understood
      llamesldin:ctories and clear module and page designators.

AFJT requirements for all course development including live course development inciude, but
arc not limited to:
       1.5.7 The courses shall be devdoped using the AF's Instructional System Design (ISO)
       1.5.8 The courses shall provide a high level of student interaction and variety to
       maintain interest and ma:'(imize learning using sound adult Jearning concepts and
       theories.
       1.5.9 The courses shall achieve the objectives iden6fied in the Course Lesson Plan with
       test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met.
       1.5.10 The courses will be Alpha and Aeta tested with repres.entative AF personnel.
       Revisions will be made after these tests have been completed based on feedback. These
       change::; must also be tested as per the original submittaJ(s).
       1.5.11 The courses shall be consistently easy to navigate and user friendly,
       1.5.12 The courses must demonstrate sound instructional design methodology.
       1.5.13 The courses shall be designed such that they can be easi Iy updated in a spirell or
       evolutionary manner, incrementally building/improving them over time.
        1.5.14 The courses shall NOT be developed using proprietary software or components.




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1.6 Sample lnteractivity Levels
E-leaming development projects may be c3[egorized in one of the following course interactivity
methods. Please note this is only a guide, each Task Order will dictate what e-Jearning
int<:ractivity requirements are needed.
         1.6.1 Passive - The student acts solely as a receiver of information. Includes graphic
         images and text.
         1.6.2 Limited Pan:iciparion - Reinforce user learning with questions and answers.
         Includes graphics images and text a~ well as audio and video clips.
         1.6.3 Complex Participation - Variety of responses using varied techniques ill response
         to instructional cues; includes graphic images. audi() and video clips including full video
         or multimedia production may be required.
         1.6.4 Real Time Participation The student is directly involved in II life-like set of
         complex cues and responses; includes graphic images, audio and video clips, multimedia
         and 2D13D media "simulated" environments.
         1.6.5 .Full Scale Simulation - Includes previous methods and advanced technologies
         (virtual reality gear, special Hardware, etc.). The goal is to provide a realistic
         environment willi fully interactive media. This includes but is not limited to visual and
         auditory interaction (animation. audio and video), 2D13D media and/or simulation or
         game.

1.7 Place orPerformanc~     

The PlaceofPerfonnance will be spt:cified on each Task Ordel" placed under the BPA. 


1.8 Period of Performance 

The period ofperfonnance wil1 be specified on each BPA Task Order. 


1.9 Contract DeUverables 

An projects created or modified from AF owned sources are the property ofthe AF. including all 

source materials and courses which mBy be reutilized by IIny organization throughout the AF. 

The minimum delivery requirements for alI projects are: 


       1.9.1 A Course Configuration Documentation Plan describing file naming conventions
       and file placement. The course folder shall be broken down by module so the
        government will be able to tell that a particular course file belongs to certain modules.
        (AOO1)
        1.9.2 A Web-Based Course Test Plan describing how all electronic courses will be
        tested fA W the AFIT Web Based Course Test Plan (A002).
        1.9.3 InstructionalUesign Documentation description of how the course(s) will be
        developed using the AFIT Ins:tructional Design Document and comply with AF
        Instructional Systems Development (ISO) standards as prescribed in AFMAN 36·2234
        (A003).
        1.9.4 All Web Based Courseware prcs.::ntation material and source files including
        source code (html, f1a, .is, swf, etc.) on CDIDVD, or other electronic media.. The
        contractor must ensure that all data de1iverables comply with current applicable copyright
        laws in~luujng appropriate markings. Additionally. the contractor must return all



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             malt:riab re4uirt!u fur lilt: development of the course.l his includes but is not limitcc1lO
             the developed course required by the AFIT POC, any and all printed materials, computer
             dvcuments, audio or video media, 3ml all souret: coot: Ilks. (A004)
             1.9.5 The following table lists the 4 CDRLs pt:J1illent to the contract.

                                           ListofCDRI,s

CDRL         DID                      Data Item Title      ... _-_.­ -    f--~:!:~~qll-:!l.5l'fllu~   Date ____
AOOl         DJ-SESS-8l695            Course Configuration                 As set forth      in ea
                                      Documentation Plan                   Order
AOO2     i   Dl-SESS-81696            Web Based Course Test Plan           As set forth      in each Task
                                                                           Order
AOO3         DI-SE5S-S1697            Instructional Design                 As set forth      in each Task
                                      Documentation                        Order
A004         D1-SES5-81699            Web Based Courseware                 As set forth      in each Task
                                                                           Order

   2.0 Goveroment·Furnished Property and Services, if applicable

   2.1 Goverllment·Furni"h.:d Resoun:es
   The AFlT poe may require the contractor to perform some work on a government instaJiation.
   Sh.ould the work need to be perfonned at a contractor facility, the contractor sha.1l be provided
   government related resources. All other non-government resources will be provided by the
   contractor. If the AFlT'POC requests the work be perf6nned on a government installation. the
   following resources will be provided during the specified period of performance:

             2.1.1 Facilities at the base shall be coordinated by the project's AFIT poe, as required:
             working space, telephones, tables, filing cabinets, and containers suitable for storage of
             reference material comparable to that provided to AFIT POC personnel.

             2.1.2   Suitable computer work. station with network access and tools.

             2.1.3 Information access, including Air Force directives, publications and related
             documentation.

             2.1 .4 Access to all government facilities needed to perform the work in accordance with
             the project Task Order. Contractor personnel shall be subject to all Military Rules and
             Regulations while working on a military installation.

              2.1.5 Necessary, available, and reas.onable access to government personnel and Subject
              Matter Experts (5ME). The contractor shall coordinate all contact with government and
              other contractor personnel through the AFfTPOC. The contractor shall submit written
              requests and receive government approval prior to entering a government facility or base
              (i.e. staff meetings, product presentation, etc.) as specified on each BPA Order.




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2.2 Travel Requin:ments 

The contractor may be required to travel whjch could include interviewing guvt:rnmt:nL SME~,     

insta IIi ng software, testi ng courseware, ere. 


2.3 Performance of Services During Emergency Conditions

         2.3.1 In the event of a crisis as defint:d by the National Command Authority or
         Overseas Combatant Commander, services on this contract may be deemed essential
         for performance according to DODI 3020.37. lfsuch a determination is made
         impacting this contract, y.our services might be called upon tor performance outside of
         tile specified hours in this Statement of Work. In that event, the Contracting Officer
         will notify you ofthe add itional performance requirements. Contractor shalJ provide
         company point of contact information t.o deal with sllch an occurrence.

         2.3..21n the event an emergency is declared for WrAFB necessitating the
         implementati.on of an alternate W.ork schedule (other than a standard 'S-hour day,
         Monday-Friday work. week), services provided under this contract may require
         implementation of an alternate work schedule, not to exceed a 40-hoUT workweek. The
         Contracting Officer (or the CO's designated representative) will make notitlcation to
         the contr.lctor point of contact. A modified work schedule will be adopted for the
         duration .of the declared emergency, and The Contractor shall c.omply with the
         provisions of that alternate work schedule.

2.4 Coutrador Point or Contact (POC)
The contractor shaH identify one employee and one alternate as the company POC·s. This shall
be the individual that coordinates with the AFlT poe in matters of contract performance.
Written notification of the name, address, work telephone, and mobile telephone (if available) of
the company POC and alternate shall be provided to the Contracting Officer or Contracting
Officer Representative (COR) the ferst day of contract pertormance and thereafter as changes
occur.

2.5 Sensitivity ofDala
The contractor may be required to have access to live planning, personnel, and other current
systems data during the performance of each EPA order. Any information, records or data to
which the contractor may have access will be of a sensitive nature. The contractor shall not
divulge any infonnatlon about government files, source selection activities and processes, or any
other sensitive information to anyone not authorized access to such information. A DD Form
254, Contract Security Classification Specification, is not required for any of the work to be
performed under this SOW.

2.6 Secority Clearances
The contractor sball observe and comply with the security provisions in effect at t~c facility. ID
badges shall be worn and displayed at all times,




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2.1 Nationul Agency Act
DoD mililary, civilian, consultanls, and contractor personnel using government unclassified
automated information systems, including e-mail, must have, at a minimum, a completed
favorable National Agency Check (NAC)/Enlrilllce National Agency Check in accordance with
Dol) 5200.2-R Personnel Security Program, January 1987. The Contractor is required to
complete the application and apply for a NAC for any employee 110t currently having a NAC,
upon receipt of a delivery order where the employee will have access to automated government
information systems. The Contractor shall diligently pursue obtaining these NACs for it"
employces.

2.g Privacy Act 

Work on this project may require that contractor personnel have access (0 Privacy Information. 

Contractor personnel shall adhere to the Privacy Act. Tide 5 of the U.S. Code, Section 552a and 

applicable agency rules and regulations. 


2.9 Quality Control
Contractor shall dC!vC!lop and maintain a quality program to ensure a quality product is delivered
in accordance with commonly accepted commercial practices. C<mtractor shall test and verify all
products before delivery to AFIT. Contractor shun develop and implement procedures to
identity. prevent, and ensure non·recurrence of defective services.

2.10 QuaUly Assurallce
AFIT will perform an Alpha test and Beta test on each web based courses delivered. AFlT win
complete a Final test to ensure al1 test comment'> have been successfully completed. Each
individual AFIT POC will evaluate non·web based products in accordance the Statement of
VVork.                           .

3.0 General Information

3.1 Hours of work 

To be specified on each BPA Ta"lk Order. 


3.2 Tec:hnical Objectives and Goals 

The learning objectives and goals for each course will be specified on teach BPA Task Order 





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     Coul"$e Number:                                                              Date: 

      Course Name: 
                                                         Course Director: 


        Test Type: 


The comments found in this document are what AFIT has found to be Issues that need completed. This document is not necessarily all
Inclusive and the entire course should be examined for all these issues. All pages and Interactions should be reviewed again before an
updated version is delivered.

   Module/Slide/Page #                    Comments                            Suggested Fix                   Contractors Comment




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                                          AF'IT/LS Course Validation Plan

Course validation is a multi-step process to ensure the effectiveness of instruction. It is a process of repetitive
cycles of development, tryollts, lind revi_~io", IInti! evidence ~hnws that the instruction is effective.

          This applies to all AFIT/LS new course development efforts as well as course revisions.

    I. 	 Course validation plans will be completed using AFMAN 36-2234 lnstructional System Development and
         AFH36-2235 Volume 10.

    2. 	 Each new course development will have a course validation plan. The validation plan can be specific to the needs
         of the course or sponsor however, the validation plan will contain the major steps as outlined in this plan.

    3. 	 A team decision making approach will be used to ensure effective course evaluation. The project development
         team will consist of:
             a. 	 J)irector of Instructional Systems
             b. 	 Department Head
             c. 	 Course Director
             d. 	 E-Learning Director (eLearning courses only)
             e. 	 Subject Matter Expert (SME)

    4. 	 All course validation plans will be approved by the project development team.

    5. 	 The approved course validation plan will be maintained in the course official course documentation.

    6. 	 Air Force course validation consists of 4 parts: (AFITILS combines band c for eLeaming courses)
             a. 	 Internal Review
             b. 	 Individual Tryout
             c. 	 Small Group Tryout
             d. 	 Operational Field Tryout

    7. 	 Internal Review
             a. 	 The following if applicable will be validated by the project development team at pre-designated times
                  during the course development as outlined in the course management plan or contract:
                        Course Objective
                        Course Modules
                        Course Content
                        Story Boards
                        Audio Video files
                        All Printed material

            h. 	 For "live courses" the Course Director will arrange the review using "Internal Review" criteria in the
                 AFMAN 36-2234. All comments not corrected during the internal review will be maintained in the
                 official course documentation for inclusion during the next revision.

            c. 	 All asynchronous web-based or e-Iearning courses will have an Alpha test conducted by AFITILS,
                 arranged by the Course Director. Alpha Test will include the following: 

                      Course Director 

                      SME(s) 

                      LSE 


            d. 	 The Course Director will organize all comments into one document. Once the team has approved the
                 tester comments, they are considered "findings."

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           e. 	 The Course Director will forward all team-approved finding;; to the contractor as soon as possibJe

           f. 	 All asynchronous web-based or e-learning courses will have a Beta Test conducted by AF IT/LS, arranged
                by the Course Director.

           g. 	 Bl:!ta ll:!::.l will illcluue the following: 

                       Course Director 

                       SME(s) 

                       LSE 

                        Ed Techs 

                        Other Instructors 


           h. 	 The Course Director will organize all cumrneuts into olle document. Once the team has approved the
                tester comments, they are considered "findings."

           I. 	   The Course Director will forward all team approved findings to the contractor as soon as possible.

   8. 	 Individual Tryout I Small Group Tryout.
            a. 	 Course Director will select and schedule students to perform these tryouts.
            b. 	 Every effort should be made to conduct the tryouts after the internal review or during the Beta tests.
                      i. 	 The project development team will organize all tester comments into one document, any item not
                           included in the c,)mment document must be approved by all members.
                     ii. 	 All team-approved findings will be forwarded to the contractor as soon as possible.
            c. 	 The students test scores will become part of the validation package.
            d. 	 The Course Director wi1l administer End of Course Surveys and maintain student critiques/comments of
                 the course as part of the validation package.

NOTE: Once the issues have been resolved in a satisfactory fashion AnT should accept contractor developed
courseware. Once AFIT accepts the final cour.feware, any chllnges will be the responsibility ofAF1TR..S.

   9. 	 After final delivery the development team will:
            a. 	 Assign appropriate Continuous Learning Points (CLP)
                      i. 	 Count total web pages
                     ii. 	 CLPs ~ Page count divided by 30 for eLearning courses and a total course hours for live courses
            b. 	 Request the Dean or Associate Dean certifY CLPs
            c. 	 Maintain original of CLP certification in the official course documentation
            d. 	 Copy of certification will be maintained by AFITILS registrar

   NOTE: CLPs will only change after a significant cbange in course material resulting in a change in course
   hours or num ber of web pages.

    10. Operational Field Tryouts
                     i. 	 This is accomplished while the course is in a normal operating environment (live or eLearning).
                    ii. 	 The Course Director will use the validation schedule options below to determine the number of
                          participants in the validation.
                   iii. 	 The first students enrolled in the course or first offering will be used for validation.
                   iv. 	 All findings will be submitted to the project development team as soon as possible.
                    v. 	 All team-approved issues not immediately corrected will be maintained in the official course
                          documentation.


    II. The Course Director wi II complete validation of course material using one ofthe following validation schedule
         options:
             a. The first 30 students completing a web-based course wiII be used for validation.
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           b. 	 The tirst Ihree offerings of a (ive course will be used to validate the course.
           c. 	 Other avenues of validation can be used on a case-by-case basis and mLlst be approved by the Director of
                [nstructional Systems prior 10 v<llirlation

  12. 	After course validation is complete, the project development team will:
           a. 	 Complete a Validation Summary.
           b. 	 Validation Summary will be approved by:
                     i. Dil ector ofInstructional Systems
                    ii. 	 Course Director
           c. 	 Completed VaJid"tion Summaries will be posted in the course official course documentation.




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                                                    ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                                                                                                PAGE 1 OF 6
    1. CONTRACT/PURCH ORDER!AGREEMe;'IT NO.2. DELIVERV ORDER! CALL. NO.                       3. DATE OF ORDER/CAL.L          4. REQUISITlON/PURCH REQUEST NO.5. PRIORITY
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    6. ISSUED BY ASC!PKEIE                                            FA8604         7. ADMINISTERED BY (If Olher Itlan 6)                                                    8. DELIVERY FOB
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    14. $HIPTO                                                                       15. PAYMENT WIll. BE MADE BY                        COIlE
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             NAME OF CONTRACTOR                                     SIGNATURE                                      TYPEONAMEANOTITLE                                DATE SlGNED(YYYYMMMOO)


    11. ACCOUNTINOANO APPROPRIATtON DATAll.OCAI.. USE

               SEEse EDULE
     11. ITEM NO.                                1•• SCHEOULEOF SUPPUESlSERVlCES                             211. QUANTITY            21.        22. UNIT PRICE                   U. AMOUNT
                                                                                                                 ORDERE~             UNIT
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                                           iN. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA                                                                            25. TOTAL
     "/I QUaIIIII'y aIIO/II1ted by /Ire                                                                                                                                    $43.894.84
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                                                       CQN'TAACT EXCEPT AS NOTED
                                                                                                   PARTIAL        3:2. PAJOBY                      33. AMOUNT VEIUFIEOCORRECT FOR
                                                                                                   ANAL
          DATE     SIGNATUREANOTITlE OF AlIIHORIZEDGOIIERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE                                                                      3<1. CHECK NUMBER
     36, I CERTIFY THIS ACCOUN1' IS CORR£Cl AND PROPER FOR PAYMENT.                                 COMPlETE
                                                                                                   PARTIAL                                         35. BILL OF lADJNG
          DATE                  SIGNATURE ANO nTLE OF CER11FYING OFFICER                            FINAL
     37. RECEIVED         38. RECEIVED BY (Prfnl)               l'. DATE RECEIVED            .a   TOTAL CON.      41. SIR ACCOUNT NO.              42. SlRVOUCMERNO.
          AT                                                         (I'YYYMMAfDD)                TAINERS


     DO FORM 1155. JAN 1998 (EG) ConWrile VelSion 6.10.8                                    PREVIOUS EDITION MAY BE USED                          Created 01 Apr 2009 1:58 PM
                                                Qty                                   Unit Pm:e
       surPLIES OR SERVICES                     Purch Un-'!:it'--_ _ _ _ _-'-TotgJ Ilem Amount

0001                                            1                                     $43,894.84
                                           Lot                                        $43.894.84
       Noun:                      COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
       ACRN:                     M
       PRJMIPR:                   F4FFAU9051 A002                               $43.894.84
       NSN:                       N - Not Applicable
       DD1423 is Exhibit:        A
       Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
       Inspection:                DESTINATION
       Acceptance:                DESTINATION
       FOB:                       DESTINATION
       Descriptive Data:

       a. Nonpersonal services to provide all personnel, supervision and services necessary to
       support the functions identified in the Statement of Work "Introduction to Air Force
       Airworthiness Course," dated 26 Dec 2008 and Contract DRta Requirements List(s)
       identified in the base document.

       b. The ceiling price established for this CLiN is $43.894.84.00 for the total period of
       performance of 8 months after the contract award.

       c. This CLiN is fully funded.


                                                    SHIP       MARK       TRANS
ITEM   SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA OIY                   TO         FOR        PRJ                DATE

0001                                    1           F4FFAU                            8      MARO

       Noun:                            COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
       ACRN:                            M
       Descriptive Data:


               WIDE AREA WORK FLOW-RECEIPTS and ACCEPTANCE (WAWF-RA)
                         DoDAAC AND E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION TABLE

        WAWF-RA refers to the electronic invoicing, certification and payment system. Benefits
        of using the system include reduction of lost or misplaced documents, faster payments
        when discounts are offered or taken. on-line access for payment status and history. etc.

        VENDOR: It is mandatory for vendors to use WAWF when clause 252.232-7003 is in the
        contract. This will be determined by the buyer for locally administered contracts. DFAS
        began rejecting paper invoices 1 Jan 06 for lAPS paid contracts and where the contract
        directs use of WAWF. If you are a vendor new to WAWF. the flB§l thing you need to
        do is go to http://wawftraining.comf , look at the Vendor Course Map and take a minimum
        of the following modules: Course Intro, WAWF Overview, WAWF Navigation and
        Interface, and ALL of the Vendor modules. If you have any problems getting your
        WAWF account. you should contact the WAWF Customer Service desk at
        CSCASSIG@CSD.DISA.MIL. After the training is completed. and you have your
        account at the production site (https:/lwawf.eb.mil), follow the coding EXACTLY as set
        forth below "for this contract ONLY". For more timely payment, please insert the


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additional emails into WAWF and/or send a manual email to the acceptor when the
invoice has been submitted. Please contact Sharon Spencer, ASC/PKE. Wright­
Patterson AFB, OH at sharon.spencer@wpafb.af.mil with any WAWF invoice questions
you may have regarding this contract. (Note: Response will not be immediate; this is a
low priority on her list of responsibilities.) Please include the contract number and
problem. To check on status of a payment. link to http://wvvwdfas.mil. then click on
Mylnvoice.

Inspector: Those individuals who are directed by the contract to INSPECT the
supplies/services have the "inspector" role. If you are an inspector for this contract. you
MUST immediately obtain training and get an account. Account and training info is
obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and requesting "inspector"
information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained at:
http://wawftraining.com If you are designated in this contract to be the inspector. you
MUST follow these instructions.

Acceptor: Those individuals who CERTIFY invoices have the "acceptor" role. You
cannot be an acceptor if you are a contractor (notify the buyer if you are). If you are
an acceptor for this contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an account.
Account and training info is obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and
requesting "acceptor" infonmation. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained
at: http://wawftraining.comlf you perform both inspection and acceptance on the
contract, you may register as only an "acceptor" as both roles can be performed under
the acceptor registration. If you are designated in this contract to be the inspector and/or
acceptor, you MUST follow these instructions.


THE FOLLOWING CODES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ROUTE THE INVOICES AND
ADDITIONAL E-MAILS CORRECTLY THROUGH WAWF-RA.

SELECT THE FOLLOWING Invoice Type:

                            Invoice (stand alone)

                            Invoice as 2-ln-1 (Services Only)

                            Construction Payment Invoice

                            Receiving Report

                    X      Invoice and Receiving Report (Combo)

                            Cost Voucher (52.216-7.52.216-13,52.216-14.52.232-7)


         Contract Number:                 f A8604-08·A-7006

         Delivery Order:                  0001

         Issue-by DoDAAC:               FA8604
         (Vendor-enter the code provided, DO NOT change it.)

         Admin DoDAAC:                    FY1294

         Inspected By DoDAAC:                       F4FFAU



                                                                          FA8604-08-A-7006oool
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        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

       Ship-To Code:                    F4FFAU
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

        Service Acceptor Code:      N/A
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

        Ship-From Code:                 NOT NEEDED

        LPO DoDAAC/Ext:                 NOT NEEDED

        Pay DoDAAC:                     F03000

ADDITIONAL E-MAIL NOTIFICATIONS: fYENDORS: You M..Y.§.I put these addresses
into the designated area in WAWF or the inspector and/or acceptor will not know the
invoice is in the WAWF system waiting for action)




To access WAWF. go to https:/lwawf.eb.mil

 Payment information may be accessed using the DFAS website at bttps:IlWWW.dfas.mjl.
 then go to Mylnvoice. This purchase orderJcontract number or invoice will be required to
 check status of your payment




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                                                                          Obligation
ACRN   ApproDriation/Lmt Subhead/Supplemental Accounting Data               Amount

AA                                                                       $43,894.84
       57 93400 309 47CW 114Q17 040000 59200 72806F 503000 F03000
        Funding breakdown.' On CLiN 0001:     $43,894.84
       PRlMJPR:             F4FFAU9051 A002   $43,894.84
       Descriptive data:

       FSR:    023363
       PSR     182109
       DSR:    084090




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ATTACHMENT 1                  8   26 DEC 2008   STATEMENT OF WORK




                                                                    FA8604-08-A-7006 000 I 

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                   STATEMENT OF WORK 


Air Force Institute of Technology School of Systems and Logistics


        Introduction to Air Force Airworthiness Course 


                         Sponsored by: 


                 Air Force Materiel Command 

                 Aeronautical Systems Center 

                 Systems Engineering Division 

                  Systems Integration Branch 



             Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5006


                        26 December 2008
1.0 DESCRII)TlON OF PRODUCT:
        I Introduction. The Air Force Institute of Technology, the Headquarters Air Force
          Materiel Command (AFlVIC) and the Aeronautical Systems Center CASC) have a
          requirement for course content, design, and module sequencing to revise an existing
          Air Force InsLilult:  or Technology (AFIT) Web Based course. The exi:;Lillg
          Introduction to Air Force Airworthiness course needs substantial content changes as
          well as changes to several interactions to meet the AF goa] of providing a quality
          instruction to the student and to convey the type and scope of the effort required by
          the sponsor.

       1.2 Background. The primary driver for course revision is a change to Air Force,
           AFMC and ASC policy regarding airworthiness to both introduce independent
           authority aspects and to include revised basic airworthiness processes including those
           unique to ASC PEO managed programs. The course is required to align the intent
           and directives of Air Force, AFMC, and ASe-level acquisition policy and sound
           engineering practice. Portions of the currently draft policy will be used to develop
           the new course. These policy impacts will be included as separate modules to
            minimize changes, ifrequired due to finalization of the draft policy_ All of the course
            content used for the course will need to be developed to meet current web-based
            course requirements of the DoD, the USAF, and those specific to the Learning
            Management System (LMS). The course will need to meet Sharable Content Object
            Reference Model (SCORM) 2004 format requirements, and Section 508 of the
            Americans with Disabilities Act (handicap accessibility) compliance standards. The
            course content will be conducive to adult learning theories by including graphics,
            exercises and student interactivity. The Air Force Institute of Technology School of
            System and Logistics intends to use a Curriculum Development Team involved
            throughout the process so that questions can be quickly answered and material
            quickly provided as needed by the developing contractor.
        1.3 Scope of Work. The scope of this effort is to complete a major revision of the
            current SYS 116 Introduction to Air Force Airworthiness Certification (AF A W)
            course to create SYS 116 Introduction to Air Force Airworthiness. The course will
            provide an introduction to the current AFA W guidance and processes, and will
            address process changes necessary to include independent review and approval
            aspects of airworthiness processes. The effort will include editing existing content
            and developing new content to incorporate direction from Subject Matter Experts
            (SMEs). This effort will include updating and creating graphics. animations and
             exercises. This effort may include developing new graphics, animations, and
             exercises. This effort may a)so require new calculations, algorithms and or codes to
             support new material, graphics animations and exercises. The effort will incorporate
             techniques for maximizing student interaction through engagement and multiple
             interactive exercises per module of instruction. The course will be created to meet
             AFIT requirements and be redeployed onto the Air Force Institute of Technology's
             learning Management System website. The course will be required to meet Sharable
             Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004 format requirements, and Section
             508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (handicap accessibility) compliance
             standards. The contractor is responsible for maintaining an effec.tive, efficient, and
             economical organization and operative work program. This includes planning,
             organizing, coordinating, and acquiring the necessary qualified personnel and
              material toward thc accomplishment of all tasks defined herein.
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1.4 Applicable Documents.. The Contractor shall be familiar with the following applicable
    Policy, Regulation, and Guidance:
        1.4.1 	 Generic training documentation:
                1.4.1.1 DoD Instruction 1322.20, Development and Management of
                      Interactive Courseware (ICW) for Military Training
                1.4.1.2 AFMAN 36-2234 Instructional System Development
               1.4.1.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 	10 Information for Designers ofInstructional
                        Systems: Application to Education
                1.4.1.4 Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                        conformance Test Suite
                1.4.1.5 Section 508 of the Rehabi1itation Act Amendments of 1998 (29
                        U.S.C. 794(d))
        1.4.2 	 Air Worthiness Certification Documents:
                1.4.2.1 AF Policy: APFD 62-6, USAF Independent Airworthiness (DRAFT)
                1.4.2.2 AF Instruction: AFI 62-601, USAF Independent Airworthiness (DRAFT)
                1.4.2.3 Military Handbook: MIL-HDBK-516, A irworlhiness Certification
                       Criteria
               1.4.2.4 ASC PEO Official Memorandum on Independent Airworthiness
               1.4.2.5 ASCIEN Implementation Guidance on Independent Airworthiness
               1.4.2.6 AFIT Style Guide vl.0

Knowledge of these items is required to perfonn the effort as defined in the Statement of
Work and the associated basic contract. Copies of the specific documentation wil1 be
provided by AFIT/LSA and ASCfENSL The date of contract award will be considered as a
baseline date for all instructions that are not final.

1.5 	   General RequirementsfTechnical Standards. This SOW is for the revision of an
        existing course, including input of course content, develop transitions between
        learning modules, input student interactive exercises, and continued deployment of
        the course on the AFIT Learning Management System (LMS). AFIT requirements
        for this course include, but are not limited to:
         1.5.1 	 Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant
                  HTMLIXML code or content standards with no proprietary components
                  used. Additionally. the contractor shall ensure distributed learning content
                  and meta-data is Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                  conformant to ensure accessibility, durability, re-usability, and
                  interoperability and complies with DoD instructions 1322.20, Development
                  and Management of Interactive Courseware (lCW) for Military Training.
                  Monolithic programming tools should be avoided to the greatest extent
                  possible. Tools shall include, but not limited to:
                 1.5.1.1 PC Target Architecture
                 1.5.1.2 Pentium 1M, 2GB RAM, 1GB video, 65K color@1024x168, 128Kbps
                         modem
                 1.5.1.3 Current A ir Foree supported Operating System, current versions of
                         Internet Explorer
          1.5.2 following Industry Standard Media PluginsIPlayers shall be supported
                1.5.2.1 Real Media
                1.5.2.2 Windows Media
       1.5,2.3 QlIicktime
        1.5.2.4 lVIacromedia Flash (SC4)
        1.5.2.5 Adobe PDF format
1.5.3 	 Industry Standard Web ServerINetwork Protocols and Ports, course shall work
         with Air Force Firewalls
1.5.4 	 Web Based ADL Content shall meet the following
        1.5.4.1 Conform to the provisions of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act
                 Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d))
        1.5.4.2 No use of server-side APIfCGI/ODBC technologies (ASP,JSP,CGI, Peri,
                 PHP, Cold Fusion, PL-SQL, Etc.)
        1.5.4.3 SCORM 2004 RTE Conformance
        1.5.4.4 No use of downloaded Category I mobility code-ActiveX (pre-installed
                 component" permitted)
        1.5.4.5 No use of downloaded Category 2 mobility code-Java applets (pre­
                 installed components permitted)
        1.5.4.6 No use ofuncompressed or operating system-specific fonnats
        1.5.4.7 No use of proprietary format, such as Tool book, Authorware, Lectora,
                 etc.
1.5.5 	 Shall support thl: following Streaming Media
         1.5.5.1 Encode to the smal1est resolution that provides necessary level of quality
         1.5.5.2 Encode to run from standard Web server (UTTP format, rather than UDP,
                 RTSP. PNA, etc.; can supplement with other formats)
         1.5.5.3 Windows Media, Real Media. Flash and Quicktime are all appropriate for
                 video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
         1.5.5.4 MP3, alone or embedded in Macromedia Flash, is appropriate for
                 video/audio (depending on expected learner PC environment)
         1.5.5.5 All Macromedia Flash video/audio will have pre-loaders instructing the
                  user of the amount of time left for download of viewing
         1.5.5.6 Consider «download and play" formats if streams don't provide
                  satisfactory level of quality, performance, size, buffering, etc.
 1.5.6 	 The course shall be developed using the AF's Instructional System Design (ISD)
          process
 1.5.7 	 The course shall provide a high level of student interaction and variety to
          maintain interest and maximize learning using sound adult learning concepts and
          theories.
 1.5.8 	 The course shall achieve the objectives identified in the Course Lesson Plan 

          with test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met. 

 1.5.9 	 The course will be Alpha and Beta tested with representative AF personnel. The
          contractor will make revisions after these tests have been completed based on
          feedback. These changes must also be tested as per the originalsubmittal(s).
 1.5.10 The course shall be consistently easy to navigate. 

 1.5.1'1 The course must demonstrate sound instructional design mcthodology. 

 1.5.12 	The course shall be designed such that they can be easily updated for content
           and functionality in a spiral or evolutionary manner, incrementally
           building/improving them over timer. The use of locked HTML templates (non­
           editable) is not accepted.
  1.5.13 	 The course files shall operate on AFIT's Learning Management System (LMS).
           The contractor shall load the course on the vendor development site at learn. com
           to demonstrate compatibility.
                               c

               1.5. itl 	 The fi Ie structure used for the various courses' fi les m list use logica lly
                          understood namesfdirectories and clear module and page designators (see AFIT
                      Style Guide)
              1.5.15 	 Data Requirements
                     1.5.15.1 The contractor shall provide a Course Configuration Document Plan
                             (CDRL AOO 1).
                     1.5.15.2 The contractor shall provide a Course Test Plan (CDRL A002).
                     1.5.15.3 The contractor shall provide an Instructional Design Document (CDRL
                             A003).
                     1.5.15.4 The contractor shall provide Final Courseware (CDRL A004) including
                             all source code and files.

          1.6 The contractor shall work with AFMC ASCIENSI subject matter experts to ensure
              AF AW course content implementation, transition between modules, and the student's
              interactive exercise to promote adult learning. Development will focus on: AF and ASC
              policy, guidance, and instruction. The contractor will work with the assigned Subject
              Matter Experts to define design and develop effort..'t to improve the course.

          1.7 The contractor shall develop the course content to meet required DoD and AF standards,
              support 5MB and AFIT course content reviews, modify course design as needed, and
              support AFIT points of contacts with posting of final course design onto their website.

2.0 Task Description. The contractor shall develop the course incorporating an instructional strategy
    focused on providing a liberally interactive course that uses multiple exercises, examples.
    scenarios, or other methods that require thought and actively engage the student. It is expected the
    overall course will be a category 2 'Medium grade presentation" with Level 3 interactivity,
    "complex participation".
        MIL-HDBK-296 12-4 defines these tenns as:
                Category 1 - Low Grade Presentation. This is the lowest (baseline) category ofIeW
                development. It is nonnally a knowledge or familiarization lesson, provided in a linear
                fonnat (one idea after another). Category I is primarily used for introducing an idea or
                concept. The user has little or no control over the sequence and timed events of the
                MIL-HDBK
                Category 2 - Medium Grade Presentation. This category involves the recall of more
                infonnation than a Category 1 presentation and allows the student more control over
                the lesson's scenario through screen icons and other peripherals, such as light pens or
                touch screens. Typically Category 2 is used for non-complex operations and
                maintenance lessons. Simple emulations or simulations are presented to the user. As
                an example, thc user is requested to rotate switches, tum dials, make adjustments, or
                identify and replace a faulted component as part of a procedure. This category also
                may include simple to standard developed graphics, and/or clip art, and customer
                provided video and audio clips.

               Levels of interactivity. A two-way communication in which stimuli/response is
               direct and continual. Interactivity describes the degree of student
               involvementlinteractivity in the instructional activity. Therc arc four Icvels of
               interactivity, they are:
               Levell - Passive. The student acts solely as a receiver of information.
               Level 2 - Limited participation. The student makes simple responses to instructional
             cues, 

              LC\lc;11-~Q!ll.Rlex partis::iI2<JJ19.D. The student makes a variety of responses lIsing varied 

              techn iques in response to instructional cues. 

              L,eYI:J4 - Real-time participation. The student is directly involved in a life-like set of 

              complex cues and responses

3.0 Government Fut'nished Resources. The Government will furnish necessary, available, and
    reasonable access to government personnel and Subject Matter Experts (SME). The sponsor will
    provide all required Policies and Instructions. The Air Force Institute of Technology and the SME
    will provide access to the course content and provide insight into the required course content
    modifications.

4.0 	   General Work Requirements

          4.1 	 Location and Hours of Work. The contractor shall perform the development under the
               task orders at the contractor facility. Access to relevant government documentation and
               facilities will be provided through coordination with the Air Force Institute of
               Technology poe.

          4.2 Period of Performance. The period of performance for this SOW is 8 months from
              contract award.

          4.3 Data Rights. All products (software, coding, documentation, reports, or any other
              items) developed under this SOW or resulting from this SOW shall be the property of the
              Government with unlimited rights, except as pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 3710a(c)(7)(A) &
              (B), the Freedom ofInformation Act, 5 U.S.C. § 552, et seq.

          4.4 ODC I Travel Requirements. Travel may be required during the conduct of this effort.
              Travel requirements for meetings with AFMC ASCIENSI Subject Matter Experts
              (SMEs) and AFITILS personnel may be planned as needed. The potential meeting
              locations are: Kettering. OH and Wright Patterson AFB OH. The contractor shall
              coordinate meeting times and dates with SMEs, AFITILS personnel, and the QAP.
              Additional travel requirements shall be identified by the contractor, if required.
               4.4.1 	 Before travel is performed, the contractor personnel shall obtain approval from
                       the QAP. The contractor shall ensure due diligence in finding the most
                       economical itinerary to include airlines and lodging. All travel reimbursement
                       shall be according to Joint Travel Regulations.
               4.4.2 	 The contractor shall provide a report of travel expenses within 72 hours of
                       conclusion, to the QAP in Excel format. The report shall include travel order
                       request number such as the travel approval date, date reservations were made,
                       and cost of each authorized expense, Report shall reflect a running tally of costs
                       for all approved travel and cumulative total.

           4.5 Contractor Personnel Requirements. The contractor shall furnish qualified personnel
               to accomplish the work requirements specified in the SOW.

           4.6 Points of Contact
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4.7 Management of Deliverables and Reporting. The contractor shall provide informal
    oral reviews of activities, programs, and or issues whenever required. The contractor
    shall submit a Monthly Status Report, via email. to the contracting officer
    representatives. The report shall address efforts completed for the reporting period and
    those efforts anticipated during the next reporting period. Each Monthly Status Report
    shall include the contractor personnel by labor category who worked on the project
    during the reporting period, schedule, status, issues (problems encountered), and
    anticipated actions.

4.8 Security Requirements. 	 It is anticipated that access to classified material will not be
    required in support of this effort. However, the contract personnel require a minimum of
    a NAC/SF85 for any position that requires access to the INTERNET, AUTOMATED
    SYSTEM or unescorted entry into restricted or controlled areas. The investigation is not
    for a security clearance; it is for a POSITION OF TRUST. This is a mandatory
    requirement listed in DOD S200.1-R and AFI 31-401 Info Security. The contractor shall
    notify PROGRAM OFFICE, when the NAC has been initiated and completed. This is a
    mandatory requirement listed in DOD 5200.1-R and AFI 31-401 Info Security. The
    contractor shall comply with the security requirements of the contract and the final DD
    Form 254, Department of Defense Contract Security Classification Specification
    available from www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/infomgtlforms/eformsldd0254.pdf.          The
contrflctor shall notify AFMC/ESC when the sec.urity documentation has been initiated
and completed.
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1. CON                                REEMENT NO.    'I. DELIVERY ORDER! CALL NO.         1. OATE OF OR,OERiCALL     •. REaU!SITlO"I~URCH REQIJt''''T lIIO.      5. PRIORITY
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE                                                         ASC/P'r<W
ASC/PI0N, BLDG 16, ROOM 128                                                         BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET                                                                       22fo D STREET
                                                                                    WRIGHT-PATIERSON Art> OH 45433-7228


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                                                                                     FACILITY

              OMEGA TRAINING GROUP, INC.
NAME          7201 MOON RD
ANil          COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
ADDRESS
               (706) 569-9100

                                                                                                                   SEE BLOCK 15 (PAYMENT OFFICE)




SEE SCHEDULE                                                                                                                                                         MARK All
                                                                                                                                                                  PACKAGes AND
                                                                                                                                                                   PAPERS WITH
                                                                                                                                                                   IDENTIFICATION
                                                                                                                                                                    NUMBERS IN
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            DELIVERY/
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                                                                                        PREVIOUS EDITION MAY BE USED                  Created 07 Jul 2009 12:50 PM
                                                Qty                                    Unit Price
ITFM   SUPPliES OR SERVICES                     Purch Unit                    Total Item Amoun!

0001                                      1                                              $78,904.7/.
                                          Lot                                            $78.904. n.
       Noun:                      COURSEWARe PRODUCTS
       ACRN:                     AA
       PRiMIPR:                   F4FFAU9D98AOD2(COMPLETE)                     $78.90472
       NSN:                       N Not Applicable
       001423 is Exflibil         A
       Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
       Inspection:                DESTINATION
       Acceptance:                DESTINATION
       FOB:                       DESTINATION
       Descriptive Data:

       a. Nonpersonal services to provide all personnel, supervision and services necessary to
       support the functions identified in the Statement of Work "SYS 125 LOGISTICS HEALTH
       ASSESSMENT COURSE," dated 27 March 2009 and Contract Data Requirements
       Ust(s) identified in the base document.

       b. The ceiling price established for this CUN is $78,904.72 for the total period of
       performance of 8 months after the contract award.

       c. This CUN is fully funded.

0002                                             1                                          $764.50
                                                 Lot                                        $764.50
       Noun:                      TRAVEL
       ACRN:                      M                                                  ,
       PRlMfPR:                   F4FFAU9098A002(COMPLETE)                         $764.50
       NSN:                       N - Not Applicable
       Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
       Inspection:                DESTINATION
       Acceptance:                DESTINATION
       FOB:                       DESTINATION
       Descriptive Data:

       a. Non-labor costs associated with CLiN 0001. Travel costs -transportation. lodging.
       meals, and incidental expenses - shall be priced/reimbursed in accordance with FAR
       31.205-46, Travel Costs.

        b. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officer's
        representative.

        c. The ceiling price established for this CUN is $764.50 for the total period of
        perfonnance of 8 months after the contract award.

        d. This CUN is fully funded.




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                                                   SHIP       MARK        TRANS
ITEM   SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA QTY                  TO         FOR         PRI               DATE

0001                                    1          F4FFAU                            8     MARO

       Noun:                            COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
       ACRN:                           AA
       Descriptive Data:


               WIDE AREA WORK FLOW-RECEIPTS and ACCEPTANCE (WAWF-RA)
                         DoDAAC AND E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION TABLE

       WAWF-RA refers to the electronic invoicing, certification and payment system. Benefrts
       of using the system include reduction of lost or misplaced documents. faster payments
       when discounts are offered or taken. on-line access for payment status and history. etc.

       VENDOR: It is mandatory for vendors to use WAWF when clause 252.232-7003 is in the
       contract. This will be determined by the buyer for locally administered contracts. DFAS
       began rejeding paper invoices 1 Jan 06 for lAPS paid contracts and where the contract
       directs use ofWAWF. If you are a vendor new to WAWF. the FIRST thing you need to
       do is go to http://wawftraining.com!. look at the Vendor Course Map and take a minimum
       of the following modules: Course Intro, WAWF Overview, WAWF Navigation and
       Interface, and ALL of1he Vendor modules. If you have any problems getting your
       WAWF account, you should contact the WAWF Customer Service desk at
       CSCASSIG@CSD.DISA.MIl. After the training is completed. and you have your
       account at the production site (https:llwawf.eb.mil), follow the coding EXACTLY as set
       forth below "for this contract ONLY". For more timely payment, please insert the
       additional emaJls into WAWF and/or send a manual email to the acceptor when the
       Invoice has been submitted. Please contact Sharon Spencer, ASC/PKE, Wright­
       Patterson AFB, OH at sharon.spencer@wpafb.af.mil with any WAWF invoice questions
       you may have regarding this contract. (Note: Response will not be immediate; this is a
       low priority on her list of responsibilities.) Please include the contract number and
       problem. To check on status of a payment, link to http://www.dfas.mil. then click on
       Mylnvoice.

       Inspector: Those individuals who are directed by the contract to INSPECT the
       supplies/services have the "inspector" role. If you are an inspector for this contract, you
       MUST Immediately obtain training and get an account. Account and training info is
       obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and requesting "inspector"
       information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained at:
       http://wawfiraining.comlf you are designated in this contract to be the inspector. you
       MUST follow these instructions.

       Acceptor: Those individuals who CERTIFY invoices have the "acceptor" role. You
       cannot be an acceptor If you are a contractor (notify the buyer if you are). If you are
       an acceptor for this contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an account
       Account and training info is obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and
       requesting "acceptor" information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained
       at: http://wawftraining.comlf you perform both inspection and acceptance on the
       contract, you may register as only an "acceptor" as both roles can be performed under
       the acceptor registration. If you are designated in this contract to be the inspector and/or
       acceptor, you MUST follow these iristructions.




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THE FOLLOWING CODES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ROUTE THE INVOICES AND
ADDITIONAL E-MAILS CORRECTLY THROUGH WAWF-RA.

SELECT THE FOLLOWING Invoice Type:

                         Invoice (stand alone)

                         Invoice as 2-ln-1 (Services Only)

                         Construction Payment Invoice

                         Receiving Report

                 X       Invoice and Receiving Report (Combo)

                         Cost Voucher (52.216-7. 52.216-13.52.216-14.52.232-7)


      Contract Number:                 FAS604-OS-A-700S

       Delivery Order:                 0002
       Issue-by DoDAAC:                FA8604
       (Vendor-enter the code provided. DO NOT change it.)

       Admin DoDAAC:                   FY1294

       Inspected By DoDAAC:                      F4FFAU
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.'

       Ship-To Code:                   F4FFAU
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

        Service Acceptor Code:      N/A
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided, Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

       Ship-From Code:                 NOTNEEOEO'

       LPO DoDAAC/Ext:                 NOTNEEOED

       Pay DoDAAC:                      F03000




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       ADDITIONAL E-MAIL NOTIFICATIONS: (VENDORS: You MUST put these addresses
       into the designated area in WAWF or the inspector and/or acceptor will not know the
       invoice is in the WAWF system waiting for action)




       To access WAWF. go to https:llwawf.eb.mil

       Payment information may be accessed using the DFAS website at https:JIwww.dfas.mil.
       then go to Mylnvoice. This purchase order/contract number or invoice will be required to
       check status of your payment.


                                                   SHIP      MARK      TRANS
ITEM   SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA QIT                  TO        EOR       PRJ               DATE

0002                                   1           F4FFAU                         8      MARO

       Noun:                           TRAVEL
       ACRN:                           M


                                                                                      Obligation
ACRN   Appropriatjonllmt   Subb~lSupplemental    Accounting Data                       Amoynt

AA                                                                                 $79,669.22
       57 93400 309 47CW 114Q17 04000059200 72806F 503000 Fr'lOOO
        Funding breakdown: On CUN 0001:      $78,904.72
                           On CLIN 0002:        $764.50
       PR/M/PR:            F4FFAU9098A002(COMPLETE) $79,669.22
       Descriptive data:

       ALD:    AA
       FSR:    023363
       PSR:    182109




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DOCU~M~E~N~T   ______~P~G~S~__~D~A~T~E~____~T~IT~L~E ______________________________

ATTACHMENT 1             8    27 MAR 2009 	   STATEMENT OF WORK: SYS 125 LOGISTICS
                                              HEALTH ASSESSMENT COURSE:




                                                                         FA8604-0&-A-7006 0002
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                   STATElVIENT OF' "VORK

Air Forc.e Institute of Technology School of Systems and Logistics


          SYS 125 Logistics Health Assessment Course

                         Sponsored by:

                Air Force Materiel Command 

                       4375 Chidlaw Rd 

             Wright Patterson AFB~ OH 45433-5006 



                          27 March 2009
1.0 DESCRIPTION 01" PRODUCT:
        1.1 	 Introduction. The Air Force Institute of Technology School of Systems and
              Logistics and the Air Force Materiel Command have a requirement for the
              development of a new Logistics Health Assessment (LBA) web-based course on the
              Air Force Institute of Technology (AFrI') Learning Management System (LMS).
              This course is expected to be approximately a 6-8-hour course. This course will meet
              the AF goal of providing a quality instruction to the student and to convey the type
              and scope of the effort required by the sponsor.

          1.2 Background. The primary driver for tbis new course development is new
              Department of Defense (DoD) and Air force (AF) policy, guidance, and instructions
              to implement Logistics Health Assessments (LHA). All of the course content used
              for the course will need to be developed to meet current web-based course
              requirements of the DoD. the USAF, and those specific to the Learning Management
              System (LMS). The course will need to meet Sharable Content Object Reference
              Model (SCORM) 2004 format requirements, and Sectio,n 508 of the Americans with
              Disabilities Act (handicap accessibility) compliance standards. The course content
              will be conducive to adult learning theories by including graphics, exercises and
              student interactivity. The Air Force Institute of Technology School of System and·
              Logistics intends to use a Curriculum Development Team involved throughout the
              process so that questions can be quickly answered and material quickly provided as
               needed by the developing contractor.
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  1.3 Scope of ·Work. The scope of this effort is to complete a new Logistics Health
      Assessment (LHA) course. The course will provide an introduction to the current
      guidance and processes, and will address process changes necessary to include
      independent review and approval aspects of the Logistics Health Assessment
      processes. The effort will include developing new content to incorporate direction
      from Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). This effort will include creating graphics,
      animations and exercises. This effort may also require calculations, algorithms and
      or codes to support new material, graphics animations and exercises. The effort will
      incorporate techniques for maximizing student interaction through engagement and
      multiple interactive exercises per module of instmetion. The course will he created
      to meet AFIT requirements and be redeployed onto the Air Force Institute of
      Technology's Learning Management System website. The course will be required to
      meet Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004 fonnat
      requirements, and Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (handicap
      accessibility) compliance standards. The contractor is responsible for maintaining an
      effective, efficient, and economical organization and operative work program. This
      includes planning, organizing, coordinating, and acquiring the necessary qualified
      personnel and material toward the accomplishment of all tasks defined herein.

1.4 Applicable Documents•• The Contractor shall be familiar with the following applicable
    Policy. Regulation, and Guidance:
        1.4.1 	 Generic training documentation:
                1.4.1.1 DoD Instruction 1322.20, Development and Management of
                        Interactive Courseware (leW) for Military Training
                1.4.1.2 AFMAN 36~22341nslructionaJ System Development
                1.4.1.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 10 Iriformationfor Designers of Instructional
                        Systems; Application to Education
                1.4.1.4 Sharable 	 Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                        confonnance Test Suite
                1.4.1.5 	 Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 (29
                        U.S.C.794(d»
                1.4.1.6 AFIT Style Guide v1.0

Knowledge of these items is required to pcrfonnthe effort as defined in the Statement of
Work and the associated basic contract Copies of the specific documentation wilt be
provided by AFITILS. The date of contract award will be considered as a baseline date for
all instructions that are not final.

1.5 	   General Reguirementsffechnical Standards. This SOW is for the creation of a
        new course, including input of course content, develop transitions between learning
        modules, input student interactive exercises, and continued deployment of the course
        on the AFIT Learning Management System (LMS). AFIT requirements for this
        course include. but are not limited to:
         1.5.1 	 Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant
                 HTMLlXML code or content standards with no proprietary components
                 used. Additionally, the contractor shall ensure distributed learning content
                 and meta-data is Sharab1e Content Object Reference ModeJ (SCORM) 2004
                 conformant to ensure accessibility, durability, re-usability, and
                 interoperability and complies with DoD instructions 1322.20, Development
       Clnd lvfanagement of Interactive Courseware (leW) for l\1Jilitary Training.
       Monolithic programming tools should be avoided to the greatest extent
       possible. Tools shall include, but not limited to:
      1.5.1. I PC Target An.:hiWclurt: 

      1.5.1.~   Pentium I M, 2GB RAM, 1GB video, 65K color@1024x768, l2l)Kbps 

                modem 

        1.5.1.3 Current Air Force supported Operatmg System, current versions of 

                Internet Explorer 

1.5.2 	 Following Industry Standard Media Plugins/Players shall be supported 

        1.5.2.1 Real Media 

        1.5.2.2 Windows Media 

        1.5.2.3 Quicktime 

        1.5.2.4 Macromedia Flash (SC4) 

        1.5.2.5 Adobe PDF format 

1.5.3 	 Industry Standard Web ServerlNetwork Protocols and Ports, course shall work 

         with Air Force Firewalls 

1.5.4 	 Web Based ADL Content shall meet the following 

        1.5.4.1 Conform to the provisions of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Aet 

                 Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d)) 

        1.5.4.2 No use of server-side APIICGIIODBC technologies (ASP,JSP,CGI, Perl, 

                 PHP, Cold Fusion, PL-SQL, Etc.) 

         1.5.4.3 SCORM 2004 RTE Conformance 

         1.5.4.4 No use of downloaded Category I mobility code-ActiveX (pre-installed 

                 components permitted) 

         1.5.4.5 No use of downloaded Category 2 mobility code-Java applets (prc­ 

                 installed components permitted) 

         1.5.4.6 No use of uncompressed or operating system-specific formats 

         1.5.4.7 No use of proprietary format, such as Tool book, Authorware, Lectora, 

                 etc. 

 1.5.5 	 Shall support the following Streaming Media 

         1.5.5.1 Encode to the smallest resolution that provides necessary level of quality 

         1.5.5.2 Encode to run from standard Web server (HTTP format, rather than UDP, 

                 RTSP. PNA. etc.; can supplement with other formats) 

         1.5.5.3 Windows Media, Real Media, Flash and Quicktime are all appropriate for 

                 video (depending on expected learner PC environment) 

         1.5.5.4 MP3, alone or embedded in Macromedia Flash, is appropriate for 

                 vid~o/audio (depending on expected learner PC environment) 

         1.5.5.5 All Macromedia Flash video/audio will have pre-loaders instructing the 

                 user of the amount of time left for download of viewing 

         1.5.5.6 Consider "download and play" formats if streams don't provide 

                  satisfactory level of quality, performance, size, buffering, etc. 

 1.5.6 	 The course shall be developed using the AF·s lnstructional System Design (lSD) 

          process 

 1.5.7 	 The course shall provide a high level of student interaction and variety to 

          maintain interest and maximize learning using sound adult leaming concepts and 

           theories. 

  1.5.8 	 The course shan achieve the objectives identified in the Course Lesson Plan 

           with test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met. 

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              1.5.9 	 The course will be Alpha and Beta tested with representative AF personnel. The
                       contractor will make revisions after these tests have been completed based on
                       feedback. These changes must also be tested as per the original slIbmittal(s).
              1.5.10 The courst: shall be L:onsistenlly easy to navigate.
              15.11 	 The course mllst demonstrate sound instructional design methodology.
              1.5.12 	The course shall be designed such that they can be easily updated for content
                       and functionality in a spiral or evolutionary manner, incrementally
                       building/improving them over time. The use of locked HTML templates (non­
                       editable) is not accepted.
              1.5.13 	The course files shall operate on AFIT's Learning Management System (LMS).
                       The contractor shall load the course on the vendor development site at
                       Leam.com to demonstrate compatibility.
              1.5.1 4 	The file structure used for the various courses' files must usc logically
                       understood names/directories and clear module and page designators (see AFIT
                       Style Guide).
              1.5.15 	Data Requirements
                      1.5.15.1 The contractor shall provide a Course Configuration Document Plan
                              (CDRL AOOl).
                      L5.15.2The contractor shall provide a Course Test Plan (CDRL A002).
                      1.5.15.3 The contractor shall provide an Instructional Design Document (CDRL
                              A003).
                      1.5.15.4 The contractor shall provide Final Courseware (CDRL A004) including
                              an source code and files (to include approved storyboards).

          1.6 The contractor shall work with AFMC/A4 and AFITILSB subject matter experts to
              ensure LHA course content implementation, transition between modules, and the
              student's interactive exercises to promote adult learning. Development will focus on:
              DOD, AF, and AFMC policy, guidance, instruction, and tools. The contractor will work
              with the assigned Subject Matter Experts to define design and develop efforts to improve
              the course.

          1.7 The contractor shall develop the course content to meet required DoD, AF, and AFMC
              standards, support SME and AFIT course content reviews, modify course design as
              needed, and support AFIT points of contacts with posting of final course design onto
              their website.

2.0 Task Description. The contractor shall develop the course incorporating an instructional strategy
    focused on providing a liberally interactive course that uses multiple exercises, examples,
    scenarios, or other methods that require thought and actively engage the student. It is expected the
    overall course will be a category 2 'Medium grade presentation" with Level 3 interactivity,
    "complex participation".
        MIL-HDBK-2%12-4 defines these terms as:
                Categon' 1 - Low Grade Presentation. This is the lowest (baseline) category of ICW
                development. It is normally a knowledge or familiarization lesson, provided in a linear
                format (one idea after another). Category 1 is primarily used for introducing an idea or
                concept. The user has little or no control over the sequence and timed events of the
               MIl,-HDBK
               CategorY 2 - Medium Grade Presentation. This category involves the recall of more
               information than a Category] presentation and allows the student more control over
             the lesson' s scenario through screen icons and ulht:r peripherals, such as light pens or
             touch screens. Typically Category 2 is lIsed for non-complex operations and
             maintenance lessons. Simple emulations or simulations are presented to the user. As
             an example, the user IS requested to rotate switches, turn dials, make adjustments, or
             identify and replace a faulted component as part of a procedure. This category also
             may include simple to standard developed graphics, and/or clip art, and cllstomer
             provided video and audio clips.

             I ,evels of interactivity. A two-way communication in which stimuli/response is
             direct and continual. Intcractivity describes the degree of student
             involvementJinteractivity in the instructional activity. There are four levels of
             interactivity, they are:
             Level 1 - Passive. The student acts solely as a receiver of information.
             Level 2 - Limited partrcipation. The student makes simple responses to instructional
             cues.
             Level} -Complex participation. The student makes a variety of responses using varied
             techniques in response to instructional cues.
              LeveL4_ - Real-time participation. The student is directly involved in a life-like set of
              complex cues and responses

3.0 Government Furnished Resources. The Government wiH furnish necessary, available, and
    reasonable access to government persoIUlel and. Subject Matter Experts (SMB). The sponsor will
    provide all required Policies and Instructions. The Air Force Institute of Technology and the SME
    will provide access to thc course content and provide insight into the required course content
    modifications.

4.0 	   Genera) Work Requirements

          4.1 	 Location and Hours of Work. The contractor shall perform the development under the
               task orders at the contractor facility. Access to relevant government documentation and
               facilities will be provided through coordination with the Air Force Institute of
               Technology POc.

          4.2 Period of Performance. The period of performance for this SOW is 8 months from
              contract award.

          4.3 Data Rights. All products (software, coding, documentation, reports, or any other
              items) developed under this SOW or resulting from this SOW shall be the property of the
              Government with unlimited rights, except as pursuant to 15 U.S.C. § 3710a(c)(7XA) &
              (B), the Freedom ofInformation Act,S U.S.C. § 552. et seq.

          4.4 ODe I Travel Reqllirements_ Travel may be required during the conduct of this effort.
              Travel requirements for meetings with AFMC Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and
              AFITILS personnel may be planned as needed. The potential meeting locations are:
              Kettering, OH and Wright Patterson AFB OH. The contractor shall coordinate meeting
              times and dates with SMEs, AFITILS personnel, and the QAP. Additional travel
              requirements shan be identified by the contractor, if required.
               4.4.1 	 Before travel is performed, the contractor personnel shaH obtain approval from
                       the QAP. The contractor snail' ensure due diligence in finding the most
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             economical itinerary to include airlines and lodging. All tr(lvel reimbursement
             shall be according to Joint Travel Regulations.
    4.4.7. 	 The contractor shall provide a report of travel expenses within n hours of
             conclusion, to the QAP in Excel format. The report shall include travel order
             request number such as the travel approval date, date reservations were made,
             and cost of each authorized expense. Report shall reflect a running tally of costs
             for all approved travel and cumulative total.

4.5 Contractor Personnel Requirements. The contractor shall furnish qualified personnel
    to accomplish the work requirements specified in the SOW.




4.7 Management of Deliverables and Reporting. The contractor shall provide informal
    oral reviews of activities, programs, and or issues whenever required. The contractor
    shall submit a Monthly Status Report, via email, to the contracting officer
    representatives. The report shall address efforts completed for the reporting period and
    those efforts anticipated during the next reporting period. Each Monthly Status Report
    shaU include the contractor personnel by labor category who worked on the project
    during the reporting period, schedule, status, issues (problems encountered), and
    anticipated actions.
4.8 	 Security Re<}uirements. It is anticipated that access to classified material wJlI not be
     required in support of this effort. However, the contract personnel require a minimum of
     a NAClSF85 tor any position that requires access to the INTERNET, A UTOMATED
     SYSTEM or unescorted entry into restricted or controlled areas. The investigation is not
     for a security clearance; it is for a POSITION OF TRUST. This is a mandatory
     requirement listed in DOD 5200.1-R and AFI 31-401 Info Security. The contractor shall
     nOlify PROGRAM OFFICE, when the NAC has been initiated and completed. This is a
     mandatory requirement listed in DOD 5200.1-R and AFl 31-40] lnfo Security. The
     contractor shall comply with the security requirements of the contract and the final DD
     Fonn 254, Department of Defense Contract Security Classification Specification
     a vailab Ie from www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/infomgtlforms/e formsJdd0254 .pdf       The
     contractor shall notify AFMCfESC when the security documentatiun has been initiated
     and completed_
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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR fORCE                                                                          ASC/PKW
ASC/PKW, BLDG 16, ROOM 128                                                                           BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET                                                                                        2275 DSTREET
WRIGHT-PATIERSON AFB OH 45433·7228                                                                   WRIGHT-PATIERSON AFB OH 45433-7226




OMEGA TRAINING GROUP. INC.
7201MOONRD
COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
(706) 569-9100




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RECEM:D AT THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE REElPT OF OFr=e.RS PRIORTOiHE HOlR AND tIA'TESPECJRED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER. 

If' by WhIt of this ~ l"'U daslrllio chenae an IlIfer """-Iy !lUbml1IEId. sur:h change                              IIy lahlgram or lellllr. provided ead1le1e!.Jam or IeIlar malces refanmca 

to \he aoIIcIIallon and this IJIIWIIIIIrns1I and 1s..elYed prlnr lIIihe            hour an:! 





                                                                                        } THE CHANGES SET FORTl1IN ITEM 14 ARE MADE IN TIE CONTRACT ORDER NO. ITEM




 PREVIOUS EDITION UNUSABLE
 ConWrile Vet1l!on 6.11.2
 Created 21 0cl2llOQ 10:54 AM
                                    NO                     3. EFFECTIVE DATS                 4.
 02
6 ISSUED BY     ASCfPKEIE                                                                    7 ADMINISTERED BY (If         orn"r tlran 110m 6)                CODE
                                                         '-----=----=-----=----=---\
DEPARTMENT OF THE A1R FORCE                                                                  J\SC/PKW
ASC/PI<W, BLDG 16, ROOM 128                                                                  BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET                                                                                22750 STREET
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH                                                                      WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7228




                                                                                                                                 9A AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION NO.

OMEGA TRAINING GROUP,INC.
7201 MOON RD
COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
(706) 569-9100

                                                                                                                         x              FA8604-08-A-7006 0001




  D     The above numbeied $OIicitatlon i$ amended a. set fOl1h 10 Item 14. The hour and d ate specified for receipt 01 OIlers                   D   is eld&nded.   D   Is nol extended.

Offers must acknowledge receipt of this amendmenl prior Ie the flOUT and date specified in the soIicilation or as amended, by ooe of \he following method,.;
(a) 8y completing l1ems a and 15. and rellJrnillg _ _ _c;opia. C>! the amendment; (b) By aclmowledgill9 receipt of this ameooment on each copy of the offer
submitted; or (e) ay separate lel1er or telegram whldllnCludes a ref6lenc:e to the soIlc:Ita1ion and amendment numbers.       fAILURE OF YOUR ACKNOWlEDGMENT TO BE
RECEIVED AT THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO TIlE HOUR AND DATE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER.
If by viItue of this amendmen1 you de.i,e \0 ehange an offer al ..... dy submitted, such change may be made by teIeOram or letter, provided each tAIIIegram or letter make. "".........,.
to the solicitation and Ihi$ amendment. and is received prior to the opening hour and date specified.
12.

                                      13. THIS ITEM APPLIES ONLY TO MODIFICATION OF CONTRACTS/ORDERS,
                                           IT MODIFIES THE CONTRACT/ORDER NO. AS DESCRIBED IN ITEM 14.

             THIS CHANGE ORDER IS ISSUED PURSUANT TO;                            ) THE CHANGES SET FORTH IN lTEM 14 ARE MADE IN 'THE CONTRACT ORDER NO. ITEM
             10....



 x      C.

        D.


 E.     IMPORTANT:




      (SignaJure of person authorized to sign)

 NSN 754D-01-152-8070                                                30-105                                                                      STANDARD                       .10-83)
 PREVIOUS EDITION UNUSABLE                                                                                                                       Prescribed by GSA
 ConWrile Version 6.11.2                                                                                                                         FAR (48 CFR) 53.243
 Created 21 Oct 2009 10:54 f:.M
SCHEDULE Of OIANGES




1) Pursuant to the FAR 52.243-4 Changes clause, this modification hereby serves to extend the Period
of Performance on this contract. The End Date is changed as follows:

       From: 

                 2 December 2009 


       To: 

                 15 January 2010 


2) All other terms and conditions remain the same.


                                                       aty                                   Unit Price
ITEM             SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                   Purch Unit                  T otalltem Amount

0001             CUN Change                                                                $42,936.34
                                                   Lot                                          +$0.00
                 Noun:                    COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
                 Total Quantity:          1
                 Total/tem Amount:        $42,936.34
                 ACRN:                    AA
                 NSN:                     N - Not Applicable
                 001423 is Exhibit:       A
                 Contract type:           J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
                 Inspection:              DESTINATION
                 Acceptance:              DESTINATION
                 FOB:                     DESTINATION
                 Descriptive Data:

                 a. Nonpersonal services to provide all personnel, supervision and services
                 necessary to support the functions identified in the Statement of Work
                 "Introduction to Air Force Airworthiness Course," dated 26 Dec 2008 and Contract
                 Data Requirements List(s) identified in the base document

                 b. The ceiling price established for this CLIN is $42,936.34 for the total period of
                 performance.

                 c. This CUN is fully funded.




                                                                                    FA8604·08-A-7006 000102
                                                                                               PAGE 2 OF6
SCIICDULE or CHANGES
                                o                                          o

                                                     Oty                                  Unit Price
ITEM           SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                  Purch Unit                  Total Item Amount

0002           CLiN Change                                                                    $958.50
                                                     Lot                                        +$0.00
               Noun:                    TRAVEL 

               Tota/ Quantity:          1

               Tota/ltom Amount:        $958.50 

               ACRN:                    M

               NSN:                     N - Not Applicable 

               Contract type:           J - FIRM FIXED PRICE 

               Inspection:              DESTINATION 

               Acceptance:              DESTINATION 

               FOB:                     DESTINATION 

               Descriptive Data: 


               a. Non~abor costs associated with CUN 0001. Travel costs - transportation,
               lodging, meals, and incidental expenses shall be priced/reimbursed in
               accordance with FAR 31.205-46, Travel Costs.

               b. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting
               officer's representative.

               c. The ceiling price established for this CUN is $958.50 for the total period of
               performance.

               d. This CLIN is fully funded.


                                                           SHIP     MARK     TRANS
ITEM           SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA OTY                  TO       FOR      PRI                 DATE

0001                                           1           F4FFAU                        15 Jan 2010

               Noun:                           COURSBNAREPRODUGTS
               ACRN:                           M
               Descriptive Data:




                                                                                  F A8604-QS-A-?006 000 I 02
                                                                                               PAGElOF6
SCHEDULE OF CHANGES




                      WIDE AREA WORK FLOW--RECEIPTS and ACCEPTANCE (WAWF-RA) 

                                DoDAAC AND E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION TABLE 


              WAWF-RA refers to the electronic invoicing, certification and payment system.
              Benefits of using the system include reduction of lost or misplaced documents,
              faster payments when discounts are offered or taken. on-line access for payment
              status and history. etc.

               VENDOR: It is mandatory for vendors to use WAWF when clause 252.232-7003 is in
               the contract. This will be determined by the buyer for locally administered
               contracts. DFAS began rejecting paper invoices 1 Jan 06 for lAPS paid contracts
               and where the contract directs use of WAWF. If you are a vendor new to WAWF,
               the FIRST thing you need to do is go to http://wawftraining.com/. look at the
               Vendor Course Map and take a minimum of the following modules: Course Intra,
               WAWF Overview, WAWF Navigation and Interface, and ALL of the Vendor modules.
               If you have any problems getting your WAWF account, you should contact the
               WAWF Customer Service desk at CSCASSIG@CSD.DISA.MIL. After the training is
               completed. and you have your account at the production site (https:Jlwawf.eb.mil),
               follow the coding EXACTLY as set forth below "for this contract ONLY". For more
               timely payment, please Insert the additional emalls Into WAWF andlor send a
                manual email to the acceptor when the invoice has been submitted. Please
                contact Sharon Spencer, ASC/PKE, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH at
                sharon.spencer@Wpafb.af.miJ with any WAWF invoice questions you may have
                regarding this contract. (Note: Response will not be immediate; this is a low
                priority on her list of responsibilities.) Please inClude the contract number and
                problem. To check on status of a payment, link to http://www.dfas.mil. then click
                on Myl nvoice.

               Inspector: Those individuals who are directed by the contract to INSPECT the
               supplies/services have the "Inspector" role. If you are an inspector for this
               contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an account. Account and
               training info is obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@Wpafb.af.mil. and requesting
               "inspector" information. A1so, on-line computer based training can be obtained at:
               http://wawftraining.comlf you are designated in this contract to be the inspector,
               you MUST follow these instructions.

               Acceptor: Those individuals who CERTIFY invoices have the "acceptor" role. You
               cannot be an acceptor if you are a contractor (notify the buyer if you are). If you
               are an acceptor for this contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an
               account. Account and training info is obtained by emailing
               WPAFBWAWF@Wpafb.af.mil. and requesting "acceptor" Infonnation. Also, on-line
               computer based training can be obtained at: http://wawfiraining.com If you
               perform both inspection and acceptance on the contract, you may register as only
               an "acceptor" as both roles can be performed under the acceptor registration. If
               you are designated in this contract to be the inspector and/or acceptor, you MUST
               follow these Instructions.




                                                                               F A!604-08. A·7006 000 I02
                                                                                            PAGE40F6
SCHEDULE OF CHANGES




              THE FOLLOWING CODES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ROUTE THE INVOICES AND
              ADDITIONAL E-MAILS CORRECTLY THROUGH WAWF-RA.

              SELECT THE FOLLOWING Invoice Type:

                                        Invoice (stand alone}

                                        Invoice as 2-10-1 (Services Only)

                                        Construction Payment Invoice

                                        R9ceiving Report

                                X       Invoice and Receiving Report (Combo)

                                        Cost Voucher (52.216-7. 52.216-13. 52.216-14. 52.232-7)


                      Contract Number:               FA8604-08-A-7006

                      Delivery Order:                0001
                      Issue-by OoDAAC:             FA8604
                      (Vendor-enter the code provided. DO NOT change it.)

                      Admin DoDAAC:                  FY1294

                      Inspected By DoDAAC:               F4FFAU
                      (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from
               the one given.)

                      Ship-To Code:              F4FFAU
                      (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from
               the one given.)

                      Service Acceptor Code:     N/A
                      (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from
               the one given.)

                      Ship-From Code:                NOT NEEDED

                      LPO DoDAAC/Ext:                NOT NEEDED

                      Pay DoDAAC:                    F03DOO




                                                                                FA&604-0S-A. 7006 000 102
                                                                                            PAOESOF6
SCHEDULE OF CHANGES




              ADDITIONAL E-MAIL NOTIFICATIONS: (VENDORS: You MUST put these
              addresses into the designated area in WAWF or the inspector andlor acceptor will
              not know the invoice is in the WAWF system waiting for action)

               1.




               2.




               To access WAWF. go to https:llwawf.eb.mil

               Payment information may be accessed using the OFAS website at
               https:llwww.dfas.mil.thengotoMylnvoice.This purchase order/contract number
               or invoice will be required to check status of your payment.


                                                       SHIP      MARK    TRANS
 ITEM          SlIPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA OTY             TO        FOR     PRI               DATE

 0002                                        1         F4FFAU                       15Jan 2010

                Noun:                        TRAVEL
                ACRN:                        M


                                                                                       Obligation
 ACRN           Appropriation/Lmt Subhead/Supplemental Accounting Data                  Amount

 AA             ACRN Change                                                                 +0.00
                57 93400 309 47CW 114Q17 040000 59200 72806F 503000 F03000
                Total ACRN Amount: $43,894.84'
                 Funding breakdown: On CLiN 000 •.        +$0.00
                                    On CLIN 0002:         +$0.00
                Descriptive data:

                FSR:    023363
                PSR:    182109
                DSR:    084090




                                                                              FA8604-08·A·7006 000102
                                                                                         PAGE60F6
                                     ORDER   ~< SUPPLIES OR SERVICES­
1. CONTRACT/PURCH OROERJAGRHMENT NO.2. DELIVERY ORDER! CALL NO.
                                                                                                                                                              PAGE 1 OF 8
                                                                                                                                                             5. PRIORITY

   FA8604-08-A-7006                                                                                                                                            DO-C9
          ASCfPKEIE
S.ISSUED!:!Y
USAFiAFMC                                                                   ASCfPI<MJ                                                                             nESTINATION
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS CENTER (ASC)                                           BLDC 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET. BLDG 16. RM 128                                              2275 D STReET
                    AFB OH 45433-7228                                       WRIGHT-PATIERSON AFB OH 4~433-7220


                                                                            seD: C              PAS: (NONE)
                                                                                FACILITY                        10. DELIVER TO    POINT BY (Dale)

           OMEGA TRAINING GROUP. INC.
NAME       7201 MOON RD
AND        COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
ADDRESS
           (706) 569-9100

                                                                                                                SEE BLOCK 15 (PAYMENT OFFICE)




SEE SCHEDULE                                                                                                                                                     MARK ALL
                                                                                                                                                              PACKAGIES AND
                                                                                                                                                               PAPERS WITH
                                                                                                                                                              IDEHTIl'lCATION
                                                                                                                                                                NUMSEIIS IN
                                                                                                                                                              BLOCKS 1 AND 2.




                                                   SIGNATURE                                               TYPED NAME MID TITLE                     OA.TE SIGNED(YYYVMIIMOO)

                                               -     ifl'll""...... nunber of copieS:




                               1t.
                                                                                                         ORDEREDI
                                                                                                         ACCEPTED"




                                                                                                                                                           576,900.38

                                                                                    I~/C>

                                                                                        %7. SHlPNQ.



                                                                                                          32. PAlOS'(              33.


                                                                                                                                                    MSER



                                                                                                                                   35. B1UOF




                                                                                                      EDITION MAY BE USED         Created 01 Mar 2010 12:30 PM
                                                 Qty                                     Unit Price
ITF=M   SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                     Purch Unit                     Total Item Amount

0001                                             1                                     $74,815.38
                                                Each                                   $74,815.38
        Noun:                     COURSBNAREPRODUCTS
        ACRN:                     AA
        PRiMIPR:                  F4F5AJ0019A001-COMPLETE                        $74.815.38
        NSN:                      N - Not Applicable
        001423 is Exhibit:         A
        Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
        Inspection:                DESTINATION
        Acceptance:                DESTINATION
        FOB:                       DESTINATION
        Descriptive Data:

        a. Nonpersonal selVices to provide all personnel. supervision and services necessary to
        support the functions identified in the Statement of Work "SYS 103 Centralized Asset
        Management (CAM) Processes for Weapons System Sustainment Course," dated 8
        January 2010 and Omega proposal dated 26 January 2010 in attachment 1.

        b. These product will be delivered 8 months from the date of contract award.

        c. This CUN is fully funded.

0002                                              1                                      $2.085.00
                                                  Lot                                    $2.085.00
        Noun:                      TRAVEL
        ACRN:                      AA
        PRiMIPR:                   F4F5AJOO19A001-COMPLETE                        $2,085.00
        NSN:                       N - Not Applicable
        Contract type:             J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
        Inspection:                DESTINATION
        Acceptance:                DESTINATION
        FOB:                       DESTINATION
        Descriptive Data:
        a. Non-labor costs associated with CUN 0001. Travel costs -transportatlon.lodglng.
        meals, and incidental expenses - shall be priced/reimbursed in accordance with FAR
        31.205-46, Travel Costs.

        b. Contractor shall not commence travel without the approval of the contracting officer's
        representative.                                         •

        c. The ceiling price established for this CLiN is $2085.00 for the total period of
        performance of 8 months after the contract award.

        d. This CLiN is fully funded.




                                                                                  FA8604'()8-A.1006 0003
                                                                                             PAGE 2 OF 8
                   o

                                                SHIP      MARK      TRANS
ITEM   SUPPLIES SCHclJUU:: lJATA     QTY        TO        FOR       PRI              DATE

0001                                 1          F4F5AJ    F4F5AJ              31 Oct 2010

       Noun:                           COURSEWARE PRODUCTS
       ACRN:                           AA
       Descriptive Data:
       The period of performance is from 24 February 2010 through 31 October 2010.


0002                                 1          F4F5AJ    F4F5AJ              31 Oct 2010

       Noun:                         TRAVEL
       ACRN:                         AA


                                                                                 Obligation
ACRN   ADpropriationllmt SubheadiSuppiemental Accounting Data                      Amount

AA                                                                             $76,900.38
       57 93600 299 6448670000 000000 559ZZ 91212F 503000 F03000
        Funding breakdown: On CUN 0001:       $74,815.38
                           On CLiN 0002:       $2.085.00
       PRIMIPR:            F4F5AJ0019A001-COMPLETE $76,900.38
       Descriptive data:
       FSR: 945351 PSR: 442923 DSR: 081240

       PR COMPLETE

               INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE:

             AFIT/LS IS DESIGNATED AS THE OFFICE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTION
       AND   FINAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICES PROVIDED IN THIS
       ORDER. A     RECEIVING REPORT SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED IMMEDIATELY UPON
       RECEIPT AND ACCEPTANCE OF SUPPLIES. ACCEPTANCE OF SERVICES WILL TAKE
       PLACE AT THE        TIME OF INVOICE CERTIFICATION.
               INVOICE AND PAYMENT:
             THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE PAID UPON SUBMISSION OF A PROPERLY
       PREPARED     INVOICE (SEE WAWF INFORMATION BELOW) AND AFTER FINAL
       INSPECTION AND     ACCEPTANCE HAS BEEN MADE. A PROPER INVOICE SHALL
       CITE THE CONTRACTOR'S     NAME AND ADDRESS, INVOICE NUMBER. INVOICE
       DATE, ORDER NUMBER, CONTRACT    LINE ITEM NUMBER (CLIN), DESCRIPTION
       OF THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICE, ·UNIT OF ISSUE.. UNIT PRICE AND EXTENDED
       PRICE. TERMS OF ANY PROMPT PAYMENT     DISCOUNT OFFERED, AND WHO TO
       NOTIFY IN THE EVENT THE INVOICE IS     DEFECTIVE. THE INVOICE SHALL BE




                                                                          FA8604-08-A-7006 0003
                                                                                  PAGE30F 8
      AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ABOVE ACTIVITY, UPON
DETERMINING THAT

      THE SUPPLIES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND ACCEPTED, OR THAT THE
SERVICES HAVE      BEEN SATISFACTORILY COMPLETED, SHAll. CERTIFY THE
INVOICE AND FORWARD IT TO THE APPROPRIATE FINANCE OFFICE FOR
PAYMENT. A COpy OF THE RECEIVING      REPORT OR CERTIFIED INVOICE
SHALL BE PROVIDED TO THE CONTRACT     ADMINISTRATOR CITED ON PAGE 1
OF THIS ORDER (DO 1155 BLOCK 7 OR SF 1449 BLOCK 9).

      INVOICE(S) SHALL BE SUBMITTED (rype an X in the appropriate
block):
           [ X ] AFTER DELIVERY OF SUPPLIES

           [   ] MONTHLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

           [   ] QUARTERLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

           [   ] SEMI-ANNUALLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

           [   ] YEARLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

           [   ] OTHER


          CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION POC: 





          REMITTANCE ADDRESS:


                                                        FA8604-08-A.7006 0003
                                                                PAGE 4 OF 8
              •                                                 •
                            (SAME AS CONTRACTOR'S ADDRESS ON PAGE 1)
       WIDE AREA WORK FLOW--RECEIPTS and ACCEPTANCE (WAWF-RA) 

                 DoDAAC AND E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION TABLE 


WAWF-RA refers to the electronic invoicing, certification and payment system. Benefits
of using the system include reduction of lost or misplaced documents. faster payments
when discounts are offered or taken, on-line access for payment status and history, etc.

VENDOR: It is mandatory for vendors to use WAWF when clause 252.232-7003 is in the
contract. This will be determined by the buyer for locally administered contracts. OFAS
began rejecting paper invoices 1 Jan 06 for lAPS paid contracts and where the contract
directs use of WAWF. If you are a vendor new to WAWF, the FIRST thing you need to
do is go to http://wawftraining.com/ • look at the Vendor Course Map and take a minimum
of the following modules: Course Intra, WAWF Overview, WAWF Navigation and
Interface. and ALL of the Vendor modules. If you have any problems getting your
WAWF account, you should contact the WAWF Customer Service desk at
CSCASSIG@CSD.DISA.MIL After the training is completed, and you have your
account at the production site (https:flwawf.eb.mil), follow the coding EXACTLY as set
forth below "for this contract Qt!bY'. For more timely payment, please insert the
additional emails into WAWF and/or send a manual email to the acceptor when the
invoice has been submitted. Please contact Sharon Spencer, ASCIPKE, Wright­
Patterson AFB, OH at sharon.spencer@Wpafb.af.mil with any WAWF invoice questions
you may have regarding this contract. (Note: Response will not be immediate; this is a
low priority on her list of responsibilities.) Please include the contract number and
problem. To check on status of a payment, link to http://www.dfas.mil. then click on
Mylnvoice.

Inspector: Those individuals who are directed by the. contract to INSPECT the
supplies/services have the 'inspector" role. If you are an inspector for this contract, you
MUST immediately obtain training and get an account. Account and training info is
obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and requesting "inspector"
information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained at:
http://wawftraining.comlf you are designated in this contract to be the inspector, you
MUST follow these instructions.

Acceptor: Those individuals who CERTIFY invoices have the "acceptor" role. You
cannot be an acceptor if you are a contractor (notify the buyer if you are). If you are
an acceptor for this contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an account.
Account and training info is obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and
requesting "accepto(' information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained
at: htto:llWawftraining.com If you perform both inspection and acceptance on the
contract, you may register as only an "acceptor" as both roles can be performed under
the acceptor registration. If you are designated in this contract to be the inspector and/or
acceptor, you MUST follow these instructions.


THE FOLLOWING CODES WILL BE REQUIRED TO ROUTE THE INVOICES AND 

ADDITIONAL E-MAILS CORRECTLY THROUGH WAWF-RA. 


 SELECT THE FOLLOWING Invoice Type:

                            Invoice (stand alQne)

                            Invoice as 2-ln-1 (Services Only)

                                                                          FA8604·08-A-7006 0003
                                                                                   PAOESOF 8
                    •                            •
                        DATE

ATTACHMENT 1   8	              sow SYS103 CENTRALIZED ASSET
                               MANAGCMCNT (CAM) PROCESSES FOR
                               WEAPON SYSTEM SUSTAINMENT COURSE




                                                       F'A8604-0&..A-1006 0003
                                                                PAGES OF S
                    o                                   o

                        STATEMENT OF WORK 


     Air Force Institute of Technology School of Systems and Logistics 



SYS 103 Centralized Asset Management (CAM) Processes for Weapon System 

                           Sustainment Course 


                              Sponsored by;

                      Air Force Materiel Command 

                            4375 Chidlaw Rd 

                  Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5006 



                               8 January 2010
1.0 DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT:
        1.1 	Introduction. Tht~ Air Force Institute of Technology School of Sysrem<; and
             Lugistics and the Air Force Materiel Command have a requirement for the
             development of a new Centralized Asset Management (CAM) web-based course on
             the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) Learning Management System eLMS).
             This course content is ex.pected to be approximately a 6-8-hours in length. This
             course will meet the AF goal of providing a quality instruction to the student and to
             convey the type and scope of the effort required by the sponsor.

          1.2 Background. The primary driver for this new course development is a change to
              Department of Defense (DoD), Air Force (AF), and industry policy, guidance and
              instructions. concerning Centralized Asset Management. All of thc content used for
              the course will need to be developed to meet current web-based course requirements
              of the 000, the USAF and those specific to the Learning Management System
              (LMS). The course will need to meet Sharable Content Object Reference Model
              (SCORM) 2004 format requirements, and Section 508 of the Americans with
              Disabilities Act (handicap accessibility) compliance standards. 111e course content
              will be conducive to adult learning theories by including graphics, exercises and
              student interactivity. The Air Force Institute of Technology School of System and
              Logistics intends to use a Curriculum Development Team involved throughout the
              process so that questions can be answered and material provided quickly as needed
              by the developing contractor.
                      o

  1.3 Scope of Work. The scope of this effort is to complete a new CentraliLeu Asset
      Management web-based course. The course will provide an introduction to the
      current guidance and processes. The effort will include developing new content to
      incorporate direction from Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). This ef10rt will include
      creating graphics, animations and exercises.         This effort may also require
      calculations, algorithms and or codes to support new material, graphics animations
      and exercises. The effort will incorporate techniques for maximizing student
      interaction through engagement and multiple interactive exercises per module of
      instruction. The course wi1l be created to meet AFTT requirements and be redeployed
      onto the Air Force Institute of Technology's learning Management System website.
      The course will be required to meet Sharable Content Object Reference Model
      (SCORM) 2004 fonnat requirements, and Section 508 of the Americans with
      Disabilities Act (handicap accessibility) compliance standards. The contractor is
      responsible for maintajning an effective, efficient and economical organization and
      operative work program. This includes planning, organizing, coordinating and
      acquiring the necessary qualified personnel and material toward the accomp1ishment
      of all tasks defined herein.

1.4 Applicable Doeuments.. The Contractor shall be familiar with the following applicable
   Policy, Regulation and Guidance:
       1.4.1 	 Generic training documentation:
               1.4.1.1 	 000 Instruction 1322.20. Development and Management of
                        Interactive Courseware (lCW) for Military Training
               1.4.1.2 AFMAN 36-2234 Instructional System Development
               1.4.1.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 10 Infonnationfor DeSigners ofInstructional
                        Systems: Application to Education
               1.4.1.4 Sharable 	 Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                        conformance Test Suite
               1.4.1.5 Section 508 	 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 (29
                        U.S.C.794(d))
               1.4.1.6 AFIT Style Guide vl.O

Knowledge of these items is required to perfonn the effort as defmed in the Statement of
Work(SOW) and the associated basic contract. Copies of the specific documentation will
be provided by AFITILS. The date of contract award will be considered as a baseline date
for all instructions that are not final.

1.5 	 General Requirementstrechoical Standards. This SOW is for the creation of a
      new course, including input of course content, development of transitions between
      learning modules, input student interactive exercises and continued deployment of
      the course on the AFIT Learning Management System (LMS). MIT requirements
      fOI this course include, but are not limited to:
        1.5.1 	 Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant
                H1MLIXML code or content standards with no proprietary components
                used. Additionally, the contractor shall ensure distributed learning content
                and meta-data is Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                confonnant to ensure accessibility, durability, re-usability, and
                interoperability and complies with DoD instructions 1322.20, Development
                and Management of Interactive Courseware (lCW) for Military Training.
       MonolithIc progr<lmming tools should be avoIded to the greatest extent
       possible. Tools shall include, but not limited to:
      1.5.1.1 PC Target Architecture 

        1.5.1.2 Pentium 1M, 2GB RAM, 1GB video, 65K color@1024x76R, 128Kbps 

                modern 

        1.5.1.3 Current Air Force supported Operating System, current versions of 

                Internet Explorer 

1.5.2 	 Following Industry Standard Media Plug-insfPlayers shall be supported 

        1.5.2.1 Real Media 

        1.5.2.2 Windows Media 

        1.5.2.3 (2ulcktime 

        1.5.2.4 Adobe Flash (SC4) 

        1.5.2.5 Adobe PDF fonnat 

1.5.3 	 Industry Standard Web ServerlNetwork Protocols and Ports. course shall work 

         with Air Force Firewalls 

1.5.4 	 Web Based Advanced Distributed Learning Content shall meet the following 

        I.S.4.1 	Conform to the provisions of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act
                 Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d»
        1.5.4.2 No use of server-side APIICGIIODBC technologies (ASP.JSP~CGl, Perl, 

                 PHP. C01d Fusion, PL-SQL, Etc.) 

         1.5.4.3 SCORM 2004 RTE Conformance 

         1.5.4.4 No use of downloaded Category 1 mobility code-ActiveX (pre-installed 

                 components permitted) 

         1.5.4.5 No use of downloaded Category 2 mobility code-Java applets (pre­

                 installed components permitted) 

         1.5.4.6 No use of uncompressed or operating system-specific formats 

         1.5.4.7 No use of proprietary format. such as Tool book, Authorware, Lectora. 

                 etc. 

 1.5.5 	 Shall support the foHowing Streaming Media 

         1.5.5.1 Encode to the smallest resolution that provides necessary level of quality 

         1.5.5.2 Encode to run from standard Web server (HTTP format, rather than UDP, 

                 RTSP, PNA, etc.; can supplement with other formats) 

         1.5.5.3 Windows Media.. Real Media, Flash and Quicktime are all appropriate for 

                 video (depending on expected learner PC environment) 

         1.5.5.4 MP3, alone or embedded in Adobe Flash, is appropriate for video/audio 

                 (depending on expected learner PC environment) 

         1.5.5.5 All Adobe Flash video/audio will have pre-loaders instructing the user of 

                 the amount oftime left for download of viewing 

         1.5.5.6 Consider "download and play" formats if streams don't provide 

                 satisfactory level of quality, performance, size, buffering, etc. 

 1.5.6 	 The course shall be developed using the AF's Instructional System Design (ISD) 

          process 

 1.5.7 	 The course shall provide a high level of student interaction and variety to 

          maintain interest and maximize learning using sound adult learning concepts and 

          theories. 

 1.5.& 	 The course shaH achieve the objectives identified in the Course Lesson Plan 

          with test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met. 

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              1.1.9 	 The course will be Alpha and Beta tested with representative AF personnel. The
                       contractor will make revisions after these tests have becn completed based on
                       feedback. These changes must also be tested as per the original submittaJ(s).
              1.5.10 	The course shall be consistently easy to navigate.
              1.5.11 	 The course must demonstrate sound instructional design methodology.
              1.5.12 	The course shall be designed such that they can be easily updated for content
                       and functionality in a spiral or evolutionary manner. incrementally
                       building/improving them over time. The use of locked HTML templates (non­
                       editable) is not accepted.
              1.5.13 The course files shall operate on AFIT'sLeaming Management System (LMS).
                       The contractor shall load the course on the vendor development site at
                       Learn.com to demonstrate compatibility.
              1.5.14 	The file structure used for the various courses' files must use logically
                       understood names/directories and clear modult: and page designalors (see AFIT
                       Style Guide).
              1.5.15 Data Requirements
                      1.5.15.1 The contractor shall provide a Course Configuration Document Plan
                               (CDRL ADO 1).
                      1.5.15.2 The contractor shall provide a Course Test Plan (CDRL A002).
                      1.5.15.3 The contractor shall provide an Instructional Design Document (CDRL
                              A003).
                      1.S.1 5.4 The contractor shall provide Final Courseware (CDRL A004) including
                               all source code and files (to inc1ude approved storyboards).

          1.6 The contractor shall work with AFMC/A4F and AFITILSM Subject Matter Experts
              (SMEs) to ensure course content implementation, transition between modules and the
              student's interactive exercises to promote adult learning. Development wi11 focus on:
              DoD, AFand AFMC policy, guidance, instruction. and tools. The contractor will work
              with the assigned SMEs to define design and develop efforts to improve the course.

          1.7 The contractor shall develop the course content to meet required DoD. AF and AFMC
              standards, support SME and AFIT coursc contcnt reviews. modify course design as
              needed. and support AFIT points of contacts with posting of final course design onto
              their website.

2.0 Task Description. The contractor shall develop the course incorporating an instructional strategy
    focused on providing a liberally interactive course that uses mUltiple exercises, examples,
    scenarios. or other methods that require thought and active1y engage the student. It is expected the
    overall course will be a Category 2 Medium Grade Presentation" with Level 2 interactivity,
    "Limited participation".
        MIL-HDBK-29612-4A defines these terms as:

               Category 1 - Low Grade Presentation. This is the lowest (baseline) category ofICW
               development. It is norrnally a knowledge or familiarization lesson, provided in a linear
               format (one idea after another). Category I is primarily used for introducing an idea or
               concept. The user has little or no control over the sequence and timed events of the
               MIL-HDBK

               Category 2 - Medium Grade Presentation. This category involves the recall of more
               mformation than a Category 1 presentation and allows the student more control over
               the lesson's scenario through screen icons and other peripherals, such as light pens or
               touch screens. Typically Category 2 i::> useu [or non-cornple" operutiollS and
               maintenance lessons. Simple emulations or simulations are presented to the user. As
               an example, the user is requested to rotate switches, tum dials, make adjustments, or
               identify and replace a faulted component as part of a procedure. This category also
               may include simple to standard developed graphics, and/or clip art, and customer
               provided video and audio clips.

                Category 3 - High Simulation Pn:sentation. This category involves the recalJ of more
                complex infonnation (compared to Categories 1 and 2) and allows the user an
                increased level of control over the lesson scenario through peripherals such as light
                pen, touch screen, track ball, or mouse. Video, graphics. or a combination of both are
                presented simulating the operation of a system, subsystem, or equipment to the user.
                The lesson scenario training material typically is complex and involves more frequent
                use of peripherals to affect a transfer of learning. Operation and maintenance
                procedures are normally practiced with Category 3 scenarios and students may be
                required to alternate between multiple screens to keep pace with the lesson material.
                Multiple software branches (two to three levels) and rapid response are provided to
                support remediation. Emulations and simulations are an integral part of this
                presentation. This category may also include complex developed graphics, andlor clip
                art, and customer provided video and audio clips.

                Levels of interactivity. A two-way communication in which stimUli/response is
                direct and continual. Interactivity describes the degree of student
                involvementlinteractivity in the instructional activity. There arc four levels of
                interactivity, they are:
                Level I - Passive. The student acts solely as a receiver of infonnation.
                Level 2 - Umited participation. The student makes simple responses to instructional
                cues.
                Level} -Complex participation. The student makes a variety of responses using varied
                techn iques in response to instructional cues.
                Level 4 - Real-time participation. The student is directly involvcd in a life-like set of
                complex cues and responses

3.0 Government Furnished Resources.            The Government will furnish necessary, available and
      reasonable access to government personnel and Subject Matter Experts (SME). The sponsor will
      provide an required Policies and Instructions. The Air Force Institute of Technology and the SME
      will provide access to the course content and provide insight into the required course content
      modifications.

4.0      General Work Requirements

            4.1 	 Location and Hours of Work. The contractor shall perfonn the development under the
                task orders at the contractor facility. Access to relevant govemment documentation and
                facilities wil1 be provided through coordination with the Air Force Institute of
                Technology POC.
            4.2 Period of Performance. The period of perfonnance for this SOW is eight (8) months
                from date of contract award.
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4.3 Data Rights. All products (software, coding, documentation, reports, or any other
    items) developed under this SOW or resulting from this SOW shall be the property of the
    Government with unlimited rights, except as pursuant to 15 USc. § 3710a(c)(7)(A) &
    (B), the Freedom oflnfonnation Act, 5 U.S.c. § 552, et seq.

4.4 ODe fTravel Requirements. Travel may be required during the conduct of this effort.
    Travel requirements for meetings with AFMC Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and
    AFITILS personnel may be planned as needed. The potential meeting locations are:
    Kettering, OH andlor Wright Patterson AFB OH. The contractor shaH coordinate
    meeting times and dates with SMEs, AFITILS personnel, and the Quality Assurance
    Personnel (QAP). Additional travel requirements shall be identified by the contractor, jf
    required.
     4.4.1 Before travel is performed, the contractor personnel shall obtain approval from
            the QAP. The contractor shall ensure due diligence in finding the most
            economical itinerary to include' airlines and lodging. All travel reimbursement
             shall be according to Joint Travel Regulations.
     4.4.2 The contractor shall provide a report of travel expenses within 72 hours of
            conclusion, to the QAP in Excel format. The report shall include travel order
             request number such as: the travel approval date, date reservations were made,
             and cost of each authorized expense. Report shall reflect a running tally of costs
               an
             for    approved travel and cumulative total.

4.5 Contractor Personnel Requirements. The contractor shall furnish qualified personnel
    to accomplish the work requirements specified in the SOW.

4.6 Points of Contact
4.7 Management 	o f Deliverables and Reporting. The contractor shall provide infonnal
    oral reviews of activities, programs, and or issues whenever required The contractor
    shall submit a Monthly Statu::; Rt:purt, via cmail, to the contracting officer
    representatives. The report shall address efforts completed for the reporting period and
    those efforts anticipated during the next reporting period. Each Monthly Status Report
    shall include the contractor personnel by labor category who worked on the project
    during the reporting period, schedule, status, issues (problems encountered) and
    anticipated actions.

4.8 Security Requirements. 	 It i~ anticipated that access to classified material will not be
    required in support ofthis effort. However, the contract personnel require a minimum of
    a NAC/SF85 for any position that requires access to the INTERNET, AUTOMATED
    SYSTEM or unescorted entry into restricted or controlled areas. The investigation is not
    for a security clearance; it is for a POSITION OF TRUST. This is a mandatory
    requirement listed in DOD 5200.l-R and AFI 31-401 Info Security. The contractor shall
    notify AFITILS, when the NAC has been initiated and completed. This is a mandatory
    requirement listed in DOD 5200.1-R and AFI 31-401 Info Security. The contractor shall
    comply with the security requirements of the contract and the final DO Form 254,
    Department of Defense Contract Security Classification Specification available from
    www.dtic.millwhs/directiveS/infomgt/fonns/efonnsfdd0254 .pdf. The contractor shall
    notify AFMCfESC when the security documentation has been initiated and completed.
                                       ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                                                                                         PAGE 1 OF Il
1. CONTRACr;PURCH ORDEfIIAGREEMENT NO.2. DeLlvCRY ORDEr!! CALL NO.               ~. DATC or onDCr!!CALL               4. REOUISmONl~l.InCH REQUEST NO.5. PRIORITY
                                                                                       (YYYYMIVIMDO)
   FA8604-08-A-7005
          ASC/PKEIE
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USAF/AFMC                                                                ASC/P'r0N
AEKONAU ileAL SYSTEMS CENTER (ASC)                                       BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET, BLDG 16, RM 128                                           2"lft> US fREET
                    AFB    45433-7228                                    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH 45433-7228


                                                                         SCD: C
                                                                            FACILITY                          10. DELIVER TO Foe POINT ey cOale}

            OMEGA TRAINING GROUP, INC.
 NAME       7201 MOON RD
 A)lO       COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
 ADDRESS
            (706) 569-9100

                                                                                                              SEE BLOCK 15 (PAYMENT OFFICE)




 SEE SCHEDULE                                                                                                                                                   IAARKALL
                                                                                                                                                              PACKAGES AND
                                                                                                                                                               PAPEMWITH
                                                                                                                                                              IDEN11FICATION
                                                                                                                                                                NUIoIBERS IN
                                                                                                                                                              BLOCKS 1 AND 2.



           OEl.I\IERYI
  TYPE     C'AlL         X
   OF
           PURCHASE
 ORDER
I----_ _L -_ _ _L - - '      BEEN OR IS Ht.::1N MODIFIED. SUBJECT TO ALL Of THE TERMS AHO CONDITIONS SET FORTH. AND AGREES TO PERFORM THE SAME.



                                                       SIGNATURE                                        TYPED NAME AND TITLE                       DATE SIGNCD(YYYYMNlMOO)




                                                                                                                           Z1.
                                                                                                       ORDEREIlt          UNIT
                                                                                                       ACCEPTE17




                                                                                                                                                           $52.211.00




                                                                                                       3:Z. PAID BY                 :l3. AMOUNT VERIF'IED CORRECT FOR


                                                                                                                                    34. CHECK NUMBER


                                                                                                                                    35. BILL OF \.JIOING



                                                                                                        41. SIR ACCOUNT NO.         42. SIR IIOUCHER NO.



                                                                               PREVIOUS EDITION MAY BE USED                        Created 30 Mar 2010 8:37 AM
                                                Q!y                                    Unit Price
       SUPPLIES

0001                                            1                                     $50,654.20
                                                Each                                  $50,654.20
       Noun:                        LABOR
       ACRN:                        AA
       PRJMIPR:                     F4FFAU006A001-COM PlETE                    $50,654.20
       NSN:                         N - Not Applicable
       Contract type:               J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
       Inspection:                  DESTINATION
       Acceptance:                  DESTINATION
       FOB:                         DESTINATION
       Descriptive Data:
       a. Nonpersonal services to provide all personnel, supervision and services necessary to
       support the functions identified in the Statement of Work "SYS 104 Agile Combat
       Support." dated 15 March 2010 and Cubic proposal dated 15 March 2010 in attachment
       1.

       b. The ceiling price established for this CLIN is $52.211,00 with a delivery date of 10
       months after the date of the award (31 January 2011).

       c.   This CLiN is fully funded.

0002                                             1                                      $1,556.80
                                                 lump Sum                               $1,556.80
       Noun:                        TRAVEL
       ACRN:                        AA
       PRJMIPR                      F4FFAU006A001-COMPLETE                       $1.556.80
       NSN:                         N - Not Applicable
       Contract type:               J - FIRM FIXED PRICE
       Inspection:                  DESTINATION
       Acceptance:                  DESTINATION
       FOB:                         DESTINATION
       Descriptive Data:
       a. Provide travel in support of CLIN 0001. Travel shall be in accordance with the Joint
       Travel Regulations in errecl on the dale(s) U)e uavel is performed.

       b. The ceiling price established for this CliN is $1,556.80

       C. The current funding for this CUN is $1,556.80.Thhis CUN is fully funded




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                                              SHIP      MARK     TRANS
ITEM   SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA gTY             TO        FOR      PRI            DATE

0001                                1         F4FFAU    F4FFAU           10    MARa

       Noun.                        LABOR
       ACRN:                        AA


0002                                1          F4FFAU   F4FFAU           10    MARO

       Noun:                        TRAVEL
       ACRN:                        AA


                                                                           Obligation
ACRN   AppropriationlLmt Subhead/Supplemental Accounting Data               Amount

AA                                                                        $52,211.00
       57 03400 300 47CW 114Q17 040000 559ZZ 72806F 503000 F030aO
        Funding breakdown: On CLiN 0001:     $50,654.20      '"
                           On CUN 0002:        $1,556,80
       PRIMIPR:            F4FFAUOOSAOO1-COMPLETE $52,211.00
       Descriptwe data:
       FSR: 034496 PSR: 565729 DSR: 211568

       PRCOMPLETE


               INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE:

             AFIT/LS IS DESIGNATED AS THE OFFICE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTION
       AND FINAL    ACCEPTANCE OF THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICES PROVIDED IN THIS
       ORDER A RECEIVING         REPORT SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED IMMEDIATELY
       UPON RECEIPT AND ACCEPTANCE OF         SUPPLIES. ACCEPTANCE OF
       SERVICES WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE TIME OF INVOICE    CERTIFICATION.

               INVOICE AND PAYMENT:

             THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE PAID UPON SUBMISSION OF A PROPERLY
       PREPARED     INVOICE (SEE WAWF INFORMATION BELOW) AND AFTER FINAL
       INSPECTION AND     ACCEPTANCE HAS BEEN MADE. A PROPER INVOICE
       SHALL CITE THE CONTRACTOR'S     NAME AND ADDRESS, INVOICE NUMBER.
       INVOICE DATE. ORDER NUMBER. CONTRACT LINE ITEM NUMBER (CLlN).
       DESCRIPTION OF THE SUPPLIES OR SERVICE, UNIT OF ISSUE, UNIT     PRICE
       AND EXTENDED PRICE, TERMS OF ANY PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNT
       OFFERED,     AND WHO TO NOTIFY IN THE EVENT THE INVOICE IS DEFECTIVE.
       THE INVOICE SHALL BE      SUBMITTED TO:




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     AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ABOVE ACTIVITY. UPON
DETERMINING THAT

       THE SUPPLIES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED ANO ACCFPTED, OR THAT THE
SERVICES H,WE      BEEN SATISFACTORILY COMPLETED, SHALL CERTIFY THE
INVOICE AND FORWARD IT TO        THE APPRDPRIATE FINANCe OfFICE FOR
PAYMtNT. A COPY OF THE RECEIVING REPORT       OR CERTIFIED INVOICE
SHALL BE PROVIDED TO THE CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR CITED ON         PAGE
1 OF THIS ORDER (DO 1155 BLOCK 7 OR SF 1449 BLOCK 9).

       INVOICE(S} SHALL BE SUBMITTED (Type an X in the appropriate block):

       [XI AFTER DELIVERY OF SUPPLIES
      [ ] MONTHLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

      [ ) QUARTERLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)

      [ I SEMI-ANNUALLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)
        ) YEARLY (AFTER PERFORMANCE)
         I OTHER   ________________________

     CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION POC:




      REMITTANCE ADDRESS:


                                (SAME AS CONTRACTOR'S ADDRESS ON PAGE 1)



           WIDE AREA WORK FLOW-RECEIPTS and ACCEPTANCE (WAWF-RA)
                                DoDAAC AND E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION TABLE

WAWF-RA refers to the electronic invoicing. certification and payment system. Benefits
of using the system include reduction of lost or mIsplaced documents, faster payments
when discounts are offered or taken, on-line access for payment status and history, etc.


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VENDOR: It is mandatory for vendors to usc WI\WF when clEluSC 252.232 7003 is in the
contract. This will be detellnined by the buyer for locally administered contracts. DFAS
began rejecting paper invoices 1 Jan 06 for lAPS paid contracts and where the contract
directs use of WAWF. If you are a vendor new to WAWF. the FIRST thing you need to
do is go to http://wawftraininqcom! , look at the Vendor Course Map and take a minimum
of the following mOdules: Course Intra, WAWF Overview, WAWF Navigation and
Interface, and ALL of the Vendor modules. If you have any problems getting your
WAWF account, you should contact the WAWF Customer Service desk at
CSCASSIG@CSD.DISAMIL. After the training is completed, and you have your
account at the production site (https:/lwawf.eb.mil), follow the coding EXACTLY as set
forth below "for this contract ONLY". For more timely payment, please insert the
additional emails into WAWF and/or send a manual email to the acceptor when the
invoice has been submitted. Please contact Sharon Spencer, ASC/PKE, Wright­
Patterson AFB, OH at sharon.spencer@wpafb.af.mil with any WAWF invoice questions
you may have regarding this contract. (Note: Response will not be immediate; this is a
low priority on her list of responsibilities.) Please include the contract number and
problem. To check on status of a payment, link to http://www.dfas.mil , then click on
Mylnvoice.

Inspector: Those individuals who are directed by the contract to INSPECT the
supplies/services have the "inspector" role. If you are an inspector for this contract, you
MUST immediately obtain training and get an account. Account and training info is
obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and requesting "inspector"
information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained at:
http://wawftraining.comlf you are designated in this contract to be the inspector, you
MUST follow these instructions.

Acceptor: Those individuals who CERTIFY invoices have the "acceptor" role. You
cannot be an acceptor if you are a contractor (notify the buyer if you are). If you are
an acceptor for this contract, you MUST immediately obtain training and get an account
Account and training info is obtained by emailingWPAFBWAWF@wpafb.af.mil. and
requesting "acceptor" information. Also, on-line computer based training can be obtained
at: http://wawftraining.comlf you perform both inspection and acceptance on the
contract. you may register as only an "acceptor" as both roles can be performed under
the acceptor registration. If you are designated in this contract to be the inspector and/or
acceptor, you MUST follow these instructions.


THE FOLLOWING CODES WIL.L BE REQUIRED TO ROUTE THE INVOICES AND
ADDITIONAL E-MAILS CORRECTLY THROUGH WAWF·RA.

SELECT THE FOLLOWING Invoice Type:

                            Invoice (stand alone)

                            Invoice as 2-10-1 (Services Only)

                            Construction Payment Invoice

                            Receiying Report

                    X      Invoice and Receiving Report (Combo)

                            Cost Voucher (52.216-7,52.216-13.52.216-14.52.232-7)




                                                                          fA3604-08-A-70060004
                                                                                  PAGESOF &
       Contract Number:      FA860408A7006 


       Delivery Order:       0004 


       Issue-by DoDAAC: FA8604 

       (Vendor-enter the code provided. DO NOT change it.)

       Admin DoDAAC:         FY1294

        Inspected By OoDAAC: N/A
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

        Ship-To Code: F4FFAU
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.}

        Service Acceptor Code: N/A
        (Vendor-enter EXACTLY as provided. Do not add or delete numbers from the
one given.)

        Ship-From Code: NOT NEEDED

        LPO DoDAAC/Ext: NOT NEEDED

        Pay DoOAAC: F03000

ADDITIONAL E-MAIL NOTIFICATIONS: (VENDORS:YouM.!!§I put these addresses
into the designated area in WAWF or the inspector and/or acceptor will not know the
invoice is in the WAWF system waiting for action)

1.




To access WAWF, go to https://wawf.eb.mil

Payment infonnation may be accessed using the DFAS website at https:/lwww.dfas.mil.
then go to Mylnvoice. This purchase order/contract number or invoice will be required to
check status of your payment.


        Contractor Notice Regarding Base Access

       Contractors are hereby advised that no commercial deliveries will be accepted
between the hours of 6:00 AM and 10:00 AM when increased security measures are
implemented. All shippers should be    aware that WPAFB (and other installations) may
implement more stringent force protedion       conditions at any time. These force
protection conditions require increased security checks at all   installation entry points,
and decreased access to the facility_


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DOCUMENT                 PGS    DATE         TITLE

AnACHME:N [ 1            9     23 FEB 2010   STATEMENT OF WORK




                                                                 FA8604-08-A-l006 0004
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                    STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) 


Air "Force Institute of Technology School of Systems and Logistics (AFIT/LS)


              SYS 104 Agile Combat Support (ACS) Course

                              Sponsored by:

         Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command (HQ AFMC), 

         Strategic Plans & Management Division (HQ AFMC/A8X) 

                             4375 Chidlaw Rd 

                   Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5006 



                              23February 2010
                          o

1. Introduction. AFIT School of Systems and Logistics (AFIT/LS) and the HQ AFMC/A8X
have a requirement for the development of a new Agile Combat Support (ACS) web-based
course on the AFIY Learning Management System (LMS). This course is expected to be
approximately a five (S) hour course. This course will meet the Af goal of providing quality
instruction to the student and to convey the type and scope ofthe eHort required by the sponsor.

      1.1 	Background. The new course development is being driven by changes in
           Department of Defense (DoD), AF, and industry policy. guidance, and instructions
           concerning ACS. All course content will need to be developed to meet current web­
           ba.<;ed course requirements of the DoD, the AF, and tho::;e specific to the LMS. The
           course will need to meet Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
           fonnat requirements, and Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act
           (handicap accessibility) compliance standards. The course content will be conducive
           to adult learning theories by including graphics, exercises and student interactivity.
           AFITILS intends to use a curriculum development team involved throughout the
           process so that questions can be quickly answered and material quickly provided as
           needed by the developing contractor.

      1.2 Scope of Work. The scope of this effort is to complete a new ACS course. Much of
          the course content currently resides in a training program located on the AF
          Knowledge Now (AFKN) LMS framework and is accessed via a hotlink on the ACS
          Flight Lead Community of Practice (AFKN CoP). Source code for the current course
          is the property ofHQ AFMC. The existing ACS course content will be used in the
          development of the new course. The current training program consists of 121 slides.
          The contractor will create a new interface, transfer the current content, and/or insert
          new or changed content as directed to the new interface. The contractor will ensure a
          level two (2) limited participation level of interaction is programmed into the course.
          The contractor will NOT be provided access to the AF Portal or the AFKN CoP. The
          Sponsor and AFITILS will provide course content to the contractor. The current
          training program can be viewed at http://learn.afit.edullsonline. The user name and
          password required for login will be provided in separate emails. Once logged in
          Select "course list" fonn the upper left portion ofthe screen. Select the course "Agile
          Combat Support". The username and password will only be available while the RFP
           is active. The course will provide an introduction to the current guidance and
          processes. This effort will include developing new content to incorporate direction
           from Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). This effort will include creating graphics,
           animations and exercises. This effort may require calculations, aJgorithrns and or
           codes to support new material. graphics animations and exercises. The effort will
           incorporate techniques for maximizing student interaction through engagement and
           mUltiple interactive exercises per module of instruction. The course will be creatt:;d
           to mect AFIT style guide requirements and be redeployed onto the AFIT LMS
           website. The course wiIJ be required to meet SCORM 2004 format requirements, and
           Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act compliance standards. The
           contractor is responsible for maintaining an effective, efficient, and economical
           organization and operative work program. This includes planning, organizing,
           coordinating, and acquiring the necessary qualified personnel and material toward the
           accomplishment of all tasks defined herein.
                        o

1 3 Applicahle Documents. The Contractor shall be knowJcdgcJblc of the following
    applicable Policy, Regulation, and Guidance:

        1.3.1 	 Generic training documentation:
                1.3.1.1 DoD Instruction 1322.20, Developrnenl and lvlanagernenl of
                         Interactive Courseware (lCW) for Military Training
                 1.3.1.2 AFMAN 36-2234, Instructional System Development
                 1.3.1.3 AFH 36-2235, Volume 10, Informationfor DeSigners ofInstructional
                         Systems: Application to Education
                 1.3.1.4 Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004
                         Conformance Test Suite
                 1.3.1.5 Section 508 of the Americans Rehabilitation Act Amendments of
                         1998 (29 U.S.C. 794(d»
                 1.3.1.6 AFIT Style Guide vl.O
                 1.3.1.7 MTL-HDRK-29612-4A
                          1.3.1.7.1 Category 1 - Low Grade Presentation
                          1.3.1.7.2 Category 2 - Medium Grade Presentation
                          1.3.1.7.3 Category 3 - High Simulation Presentation

Knowledge of these items is required to perform the effort as defined in the SOW and the
associated basic contract. Copies of the specific documentation will be provided by
AFJT/LS. The date of contract award will be considered as a baseline date for all
instructions that are not finaL

1.4 	   General RequirementsfI'echnical Standards. This SOW is for the creation of a
        new course, including input of course content, development of transitions between
        learning modules, and input of student interactive exercises. AFIT requirements for
        this course include, but are not limited to:

         1.4.1 	 Contractor shall use tools that generate industry standards-compliant Hyper
                 Text Markup Language/ExtendibJe Markup Language (HTMUXML) code
                 or content standards with no proprietary components used. Additionally, the
                 contractor shall ensure distributed learning content and mela-data is SCORM
                 2004 conformant to ensure accessibility. durability, re-usability, and
                 interoperability, and complies with DoD Instruction 1322.20. Monolithic
                 programming tools should be avoided to the greatest extent possible. Too]s
                 shall include. but not limited to:

                  1.4.1.1 Personal Computer Target Architecture
                  1.4.1.2 Pentium 1M, 2GB RAM, 1GB video, 6SKcolor@I024x768, 128Kbps
                          modem
                  1.4.1.3 Current AF supported Operating System, current versions of
                          Internet Explorer

         1.4.2    The following Industry Standard Media PluginsIPlayers shall be supported:
                  1.4.2.1 Real Media
                  1.4.2.2 Windows Media
                  1.4.2.3 Quicktime
                  1.4.2.4 Adobe Flash (CS4)
       1.42.5 Adobe PDF fonnat

1.43 	 Industry Standard Web ServerfNetwork Protocols and Ports; course shall work
       with AF Firewalls.

1AA 	 Web-Based Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Content shall meet the
      following:
      1.4.4.l Conform to the provisions of Section 508 of the Americans
              Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 (29 U.S.c. 794(d»
      1.4.42 No use of server-side APIICGIIODBC technologies (ASP, JSP, CGl,
                Pt:;rl, PHP, Cold Fusion, PL-SQL, etc.)
       1.4.4.3 SCORM 2004 Conformance
       1.4.4.4 No use of downloaded Category 1 mobility code-ActiveX (pre-installed
                 components permitted)
       1.4.4.5 No use of downloaded Category 2 mobility code-Java applets (pre­
                 installed components permitted)
        ] .4.4.6 No use of uncompressed or operating system-specific formats
        1.4.4.7 No use of proprietary fonnat, such as Tool Book, Authorware, Lectora,
                 etc.

1.4.5 	 The following Streaming Media shall be supported:
       1.4.5.1 Encode to the smallest resolution that provides necessary level of quality
       1.4.5.2 Encode to run from standard Web server (HTfP fonnat, rather than
               UDP, RTSP, PNA, etc.; can supplement with other formats)
       1.4.5.3 Windows Media, Real Media, Flash and Quick-time are all appropriate
               for video (depending on expected learner PC environment)
       1.4.5.4 MP3, alone or embedded in Adobe Flash, is appropriate for video/audio
               (depending on expected learner PC environment)
       1.4.5.5 All Adobe Flash video/audio will have pre-loaders instructing the user of
               the amount of time left for download of viewing
       1.4.5.6 Consider "download and play" fonnats if streams don't provide
               satisfactory level of quality, performance, size, buffering, etc.

1.4.6 	 The course shall be developed using the AF's Instructional System Design (ISD)
        process.

1.4.7 	 The course shall provide a Level two (2) limited participation level of student 

        interaction and variety to maintain interest and maximize learning using sound 

        adult learning concepts and theories. 


 104.8 	 The course shall achieve the objectives identified in the Course Lesson Plan 

         with test questions that demonstrate the objectives have been met. 


 1.4.9 	 The course will be Alpha and Beta tested with representative AF personnel. The
         contractor will make revisions after these tests have been completed based on
         feedback. These changes must also be tested as per the original submittal(s).

 1.4.10 The course shall be consistently easy to navigate.
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              1.4.11 	 The course must demonstrate sound instructional design methodology.

              1.4.12 	The course shall be designed such that course modules can be easily updated for
                      content alld functionality in a spiral or evolutionary manner, incrementally
                      building/improving them over time. The use of locked HTML templates (non­
                      editable) is not accepted.

              1.4.13 	The course files shall operate on AFIT LMS. The contractor shall load the
                      course on the vendor development site at Learn.com to demonstrate
                      compatibility.

              1.4.14 	The file structure used for the various course files must use logically understood
                      names/directories and clear module and page designators (see AFIT Style
                      Guide).

               104.] 5 Data Requirements
                       1.4.15.1 The contractor shall provide a Course Configuration Document Plan
                                 (CDRL AOOl).
                       1.4.] 5.2 The contractor shall provide a Course Test Plan (CDRL A002).
                       1.4.15.3 The contractor shall provide an Instructional Design Document (CDRL
                                A003).
                       1.4.15.4 The contractor shall provide Final Courseware including all source code
                                 and files (to include approved storyboards) (CDRL A004).

          1.5 The contractor shall work with AFMC/A8XA and AFITILSB subject matter experts to
             ensure course content implementation and transition between modules and interactive
             exercises to promote adult learning. Development wi11 focus on: DoD, AF, and AFMC
             policy, guidance, instruction, and tools. The contractor will work with the assigned
             SMEs to define design and develop efforts to improve the course.

          1.6 The contractor shall develop the course content to meet required DoD, AF and AFMC
              standards, support 5MB and AFIT course content reviews, modify course design as
              needed, and support AFIT points of contacts with posting of final course design onLo
              their website.

2. 	 Task Description. The contractor shall develop the course incorporating an instructional strategy
     focused on providing a liberally interactive course that uses multiple exercises, examples,
   scenarios, or other methods that require thought and actively engage the student. It is expected the
   overall course will be a Category 2 "Medium Gradc Presentation" with Level 2 "Limited
   Participation." MIL-HDBK-296124A defines these tenns as follows.

           2.1 Categories:

              Category 1- Low Grade Presentation. This is the lowest (baseline) category oflCW
              development It is nonnally a knowledge or familiarization lesson. provided in a linear
              fonnat (one idea after another). Category 1 is primarily used for introducing an idea or
              concept. The user has little or no control over the sequence and timed events of the
              MIL~HDBK
         42 Pcriod of Performancc_ The period of performance for this SOW is 10 months from
            contract award

         4.3 Data Rights. All products (software, coding, documentation, reports, or any other
             items) developed underthis SOW or resulting from this SOW shall be the prope.rty of the
             US Government with unlimited rights, except as pursuant to 15 U.S.C. §
             3710a(c)(7)(A) & (B), the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.c. § 552, et seq.

5. 	 Other Direct Cost / Travel Requirements.

         5.1 Travel. Travel may be required during the conduct of this effort. Travel requirements
             for meetings with AFMC SMEs and AFITILS personnel may be planned as needed. The
             government estimates two (2) trips may be required. The potential meeting locations
             are: Kettering, OH, and Wright Patterson AFB OH. The contractor shan coordinate
             meeting times and dates with SMEs, AFITILS personnel, and the AFIT Project Manager.
             Additional travel requirement" shall he identified by the contractor, if required.

              5.1.1   Before travel is perfonned, the contractor personnel shall obtain approval from
                      the AFITILS Project Manger. The contractor shall ensure due diligence in
                      finding the most economical itinerary to include airlines and lodging. All travel
                      reimbursement shall be according to Joint Travel Regulations.
              5.1.2   The contractor shall provide a report of travel expenses within 72 hours of
                      conclusion to the AFITILS Project Manager in Excel fonnat. The report shall
                      include travel order request number, travel approval date, date reservations were
                      made, and cost of each authorized expense. Report shall reflect a running tally
                      of costs for all approved travel and cumulative total.
          5.2 	ODe.
              5.2.1   No other direct cost will be included.

6. 	 Contractor Personnel Requirements. The contractor shall furnish quaHfied personnel to
     accomplish the work requirements specified in the SOW.

Points of Contact
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              Category 2 - Medium Grade Presentation. This category involves the recall of more
              infnrmation than a Category I presentation and allows the student more control over the
              lesson's scenario through screen icons and other peripherals, such as light pens or touch
              screens. Typically Category 2 is used for non-complex operations and maintenance
              lessons. Simple emulations or simulations are presented to the user. As an example, the
              user is requested to rotate switches, tllm dials, make adjustments, or identify and replace
              a faulted component as part of a procedure. This category also may include simple to
              standard devt:lopt:d graphics, amllor clip art, and customer-provided video and audio
              clips.

              Category 3 - High Simulation Presentation. This category involves the recalJ of more
              complex infonnation (compared to Categories 1 and 2) and allows the user an increased
              level of control over the lesson scenario through peripherals such as light pen, touch
              screen, track ball, or mouse. Video, graphics, or a combination of both are presented
              simulating the operation of a system, subsystem, or equipment to the user. The lesson
              scenario training material typically is complex and involves more frequent use of
              peripherals to affect a transfer of learning. Opel'ation and maintenance procedures are
              normally practiced with Category 3 scenarios and students may be required to alternate
              between multiple screens to keep pace with the lesson material. Multiple software
              branches (two to three levels) and rapid response are provided to support remediation.
              Emulations and simulations are an integral part of this presentation. This category may
              also include complex developed graphics, andlor clip art, and customer-provided video
              and audio clips

       2.2 Levels of interactivity. Interactivity is two-way communication in which stimuli/response
       is direct and continual. It describes the degree of student involvementlinteractivity in the
       instructional activity. There are four levels of interactivity.

              Level 1- Passive. The student acts solely as a receiver of information.
              Level 2 - Limited participation. The student makes simple responses to instructional
                        cues.
              Level 3 - Complex participation. The student makes a variety of responses using
                        varied techniques in response to instructional cues.
              Level 4 - Real-time participation. The student is directly involved in a life-like set of
                        complex cues and responses.

3. 	 Government Furnished Resources. The Government will furnish necessary. available. and
     reasonable access to government personnel and SMEs. The Sponsor will provide all required
     policies and instructions. AFIT and SMEs will provide access to the course content and provide
     insight into the required course content modifications. The Government will provide access to
     source code for the current ACS training program.

4. 	 General Work Requirements.

          4.1 	 Location and Houn of Work. The contractor shall perronn the development under the
               task orders at the contractor facility. Access to relevant government documentation and
               facilities will be provided through coordination with the AFIT POCo
7. 	 Management of Deliverables and Reporting. The contractor shall provide informal oral reviews
     of activities, programs, and or issues whenever required. On the last business day ofthe month the
     contractor shall submit a monthly status report, via email, to the ASCIPK Contracting Officer and
     AFITILS Program Manager. The report shall address efforts completed for the reporting period
     and those efforts anticipated during the next reporting period. Each monthly status report shall
     include the contractor personnel by labor category who worked on the project during the reporting
     period, schedule, status, issues (problems encountered), and anticipated actions.

8. 	 Security Requirements. It is anticipated that access to classified material will not be required in
     support of this effort. However, the contract personnel require a minimum of a NAC/SF85 for any
     position that requires access to the INTERNET, AUTOMATED SYSTEM or unescorted entry into
     restricted or controlled areas. The investigation is not for a security clearance; it is for a
     POSITION OF TRUST. The contractor shall notify thc PROGRAM OFFICE, when the NAC has
     been initiated and completed. This is a mandatory requirement listed in DoD 5200.02-R and AFI
     31-401 Information Security. The contractor shall comply with the security requirements of the
     contract and the final DD Form 254, DoD Contract Security Classification Specification available
     from www.dtic.miVwhs/directiveslinfomgtlforms/eforms/dd0254.pd£ The contractor shall notifY
     AFITILS when the security documentation has been initiated and completed.
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           AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT



6. ISSUED BY

USAF/AFMC                                                                                 ASC/PKW
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS CENTER (ASC)                                                         BLDG 16 ROOM 128
2275 D STREET, BLDG 16. RM 128                                                            2275 D STREET
WRIGHT-PATIERSON AFB OH 45433-7228                                                        WRIGHT-PATIERSON AFB OH 45433·7228

                                                             ~
                                                                           and ZIP Code)

OMEGA TRAINING GROUP, INC.
7201 MOON RD
COLUMBUS GA 31909-1798
(706) 569-9100




  o     The abO\I8 numbered SOIldtalloo is amended lIS set fOfIl in Item 14. The hour and dale speciIIed for ~ of OI'Iers                0     Is extended.   0     Is 001 extended.
0Ifer& mull! acknowledge ~ of Ihls amendmllnl prior to the hour and date spedied in tha aoIIcitation or _ arn&nded. by one oItha following melhods:
(a) By QOIIlIIIeting l1ern6 IS and 15. and I8IUrnI1lg             aoples <:A tha amondlllllll1t (11) 8y 1iIC~ .-ipt <:A !h16 amenc:Imont 011 0IIIdl ccpy <:A !he oller
aobmitled; or (c) 87 aepaI'IlIIt IetIar or telegram which ""lIda a I1Iforenco to the aoIIciIation and amendment num~           FAILURE OF YOUR ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO BE
RECEIVED AT THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO THE HOUR AND DATE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER.
If by virtue of tills amendment YOU desire 10 ell ange an offer a.lTeady IIIbml\led. such change may be made by telegram or leller. PIO'¥ided each telegram or IeI\er mak8$ ruference
10 the IOI"tcilation and thia amendmenl, and is rec:eIVIId   10 the          hour and dale




                                                                              ) THE CHANGES SET FORTH IN ITEM 14 ARE MADE IN THE CONTRACT ORDER NO. ITEM




                                                                                                      IIsignedJl                                                  10 MAY 2010




PREVIOUS EOmON UNUSABLE                                                                                                                  Prescribed by GSA
ConWrile Version 6.12.0                                                                                                                  FAR {48 CFR} 53.243
Crealed 10 May 2010 1:10 PM
SCHWlJLlC OF CHAN(iES




1. I he purpose of this modification is to change the Travel CUN 0002 from a firm fixed price to a cost
reimbursement CUN.

2. The total contract value remains unchanged.

3. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged and    in full force and effect.

                                                           Qty                                       Unit Price
ITEM            SUPPLIES OR SERVICES                       Purch Unit                       Total Item Amount

0002            CLiNChange                                                                           $1,556.80
                                                           Lump Sum                                     +$0.00
                Noun:                       TRAVEL
                Total Quantity:             1
                Tala/Item Amount:           $1,556.80
                ACRN:                       AA
                NSN:                        N - Not Applicable
                Contract type:              S-COST
                Inspection:                 DESTINATION
                Acceptance:                 DESTINATION
                FOB:                        DESTINATION
                Descriptive Data:
                a. Provide travel in support of CUN 0001. Travel shall be in accordance with the Joint
                Travel Regulations in effect on the date{s) the travel IS performed.

                 b. The ceiling price established for this CLIN is $1,556.80.

                 c. The current funding for this CLIN is $1,556.80.Thhis CLIN is fully funded



                                                              SHIP        MARK        TRANS
ITEM             SUPPLIES SCHEDULE DATA OTY                   TO          FOR         PRI                 DATE

0002                                               1          F4FFAU F4FFAU                        10    MARO

                 Noun:                            TRAVEL
                 ACRN:                             AA




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