DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY
DEFENSE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONTRACTING ORGANIZATION
SCOTT FIELD OFFICE (PL8)
2300 EAST DRIVE, BLDG. 3600
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, ILLINOIS 62225
REFER TO: Multiple Award Contracts (PL8313) 01 July 2008
ENCORE II Contractors: 3H Technology; AnviCom, Inc.; Analytical Services, Inc.; BAE Systems
Information Technology; Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.; CACI Inc. – Federal; Computer Sciences
Corporation ; Computing Technologies, Inc.; Data Systems Analysts, Inc.; Electronic Data Systems
Corporation; FemmeComp, Inc.; IBM Business Consulting Services – Federal; Jacobs Technology, Inc.;
L-3 Services, Inc.; Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems, Inc.; NETCONN Solutions; Northrop Grumman
Information Technology; Oberon Associates, Inc.; Pragmatics, Inc.; Professional Software Engineering,
Inc.; Raytheon Company; Science Applications International Corp.; Solers, Inc.; Systems Research and
Application Corp.; TranTech, Inc. and Unisys Corporation
1. This request for proposal is to support the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) PEO-IAN
requirement for Joint Computer Emergency Response Team Database (JCD), Joint Threat Intelligence
Database (JTID) & DoD.
The specifics are as follows:
Tracking Number E20008.00 – Competitive
Task Order Title Joint Computer Emergency Response Team Database (JCD),
Joint Threat Intelligence Database (JTID) & DoD
Task Order Type FFP
ODCs / Travel CR
Period of Performance Base Period of 26 Jul 08 – 25 Jul 09, with one Option Period of
26 Jul 09 – 31 Oct 09. (estimated)
Incumbent Contractor Yes - TASC, Inc.
Section 508 Applicable Yes
Best Value or Low Price Best Value
Performance Based Yes
Available Funds N/A
DD254 Required Yes
Proposal / No-Bid Due Date Questions due Noon, CST 8 Jul 08; Proposal or no-bid due
Noon, CST 15 Jul 08
2. It is requested that you submit a written technical and cost proposal in response to the attached
Performance Work Statement (Attachment 1). The Quality Surveillance Plans (QASP) is also provided
(Attachment 2). Please prepare your proposal in accordance with Section G.4, Task Order Award
Procedures, of the contract. Further information on submission of technical and cost proposal is provided
througout this document.
(a) IMPORTANT - Complete Blocks 6, 7, and 8 (when applicable) of the attached DD Form
254 (Attachment 3) with the appropriate information for your company and any
subcontractor (when applicable). Submit the completed DD Form 254 with your proposal.
(b) Any “no-bid reply” must include a brief statement as to why you are unable to perform.
Upload your proposal or no-bid reply to:
3. Proposal Submission: Ensure the cost proposal includes detailed cost/price amounts of all resources
required to accomplish the task, (i.e. labor categories, labor hours, number of employees for each labor
category, rates, travel, incidental equipment, etc.). The Government is requesting discounts to the labor
rates currently on contract. The proposed, reduced labor rates will not be subject to audit, however, the
rates will be reviewed for realism to ensure the Government will not be placed at risk of nonperformance.
The reduced labor rates will apply only to the respective task order and will not change the fixed rates in
the Section B Labor Rate Tables. If applicable, travel, shall be authorized by the Task Monitor (TM), in
writing, prior to performance and will be paid IAW FAR 31.205-46 and the Joint Federal Travel
Regulations. The contractor will be authorized to invoice monthly for all approved travel costs incurred
and approved by the TM.
4. Award will be made to the offeror who presents the overall best value to the Government using a best
value tradeoff evaluation process. The contractor’s proposal will be evaluated with regard to its ability to
meet the tasks set forth in the Performance Work Statement (PWS). To result in an awardable contract,
the contractor’s proposal must demonstrate the ability to satisfy all minimum technical requirements as
set forth in the attached PWS, and conform to all required terms and conditions. The technical proposal
should include all information you want the Government to consider/evaluate, regarding capability of
your company to perform the required tasks. The proposal should address all aspects of the PWS, making
special note of the evaluation criteria. This is a best value award and the customer agency has indicated
that Section 508 Accessibility Standards do apply to this requirement. Section 508 requirements are
listed in the attached PWS (Attachment 1). Compliance with Section 508 standards will be considered
prior to evaluating any of the selection criteria listed below. Any proposal failing to meet the Section 508
Accessibility Standards, as listed in the PWS, may be eliminated from consideration for award.
5. Evaluation Criteria.
a. Past Performance. Less Important than Tech/Management Factor. All subfactors are equal.
Proposal Page Limit: 2 pages per past performance effort cited.
1) Proven record of delivering on time.
2) Proven record of delivering system initially with less than 10 errors.
3) Proven record of resolving errors/bugs within the total of 7 days identification.
4) Experienced planning, engineering, configuring, and deploying enterprise web-based
5) Experienced integrating with external databases, XML-based appliations, commercial of the
shelf (COTS) tools.
6) Experienced maintaining, diagnosing, and troubleshooting all components, to include
application software, Window operating system, Oracle database, and encryption components.
NOTE: The Government reserves the right to obtain information relative to present and past performance
on its own, in addition to that provided by the contractor. A current point of contact for each past
performance effort shall be provided by completing the attached Past Performance Reference sheet
b. Technical / Management Approach. More Important than Past Performance. All subfactors
are equal. Proposal Page Limit: 10 pages
1) Developing/testing/deploying system using Oracle, Net.
2) Developing XML, includes enabling data exchanges, storing data.
3) Developing Net-Centric/SOA/web service design and development.
4) Compliance with Information Assurance and Security regulatory requirements as defined in
5) Provide a complete, comprehensive team of highly qualified personnel able to accomplish the
tasks specified in the PWS.
6) Vendor agrees to provide the technical (task order level) and functional activities at the
contract level needed for the Program Management of the PWS.
7) Utilize a means of tracking, prioritizing, and processing all customer requests and trouble
tickets that are transparent to the customer.
8) Ability to show understanding of roles of JTF-GNO.
9) Experience with system monitoring. Review of security logs, access and privilege
management controls, security patches, hot fixes, and IAVA updates.
10) Classified Information. All personnel require access to information at the Secret level at a
minimum. The exception applies to JTF-GNO, J2 site where a Top Secret/Sensitive
Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance is required.
1) Price proposals will be evaluated for price reasonableness and completeness.
2) All non-cost evaluation factors, when combined, are significantly more important than the cost
6. Evaluation/Proposal Risk Assessment. Attached to this document is the color scheme for rating
proposals and risk assessment table (Attachment 5). The contractor’s proposal will be evaluated against
the evaluation criteria as stated in Paragraph 5 above. Additionally, the Government will evaluate the
contractor’s proposal for risk, to include but not limited to the areas of techincal/mamagement approach,
past performance, and all evaluation criteria. The Government may also evaluate risk with regard to the
contractor’s cost/price proposal. Proposals which are rated “Red” in any area may be excluded from
7. The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions or seek clarifications with offerors, if
necessary. In the event issues pertaining to a proposed task cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of the
Contracting Officer (KO), the KO reserves the right to withdraw and cancel the proposed task. In such
event, the contractor shall be notified in writing of the KO’s decision.
8. The resultant order will be subject to Wide Area Workflow for payment provisions. Therefore,
DFARS 252.232-7003, Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and DARS 52.232-9000, Wide Area
Workflow-Receipt and Acceptance (WAWF-RA) will be incorporated at award. Additionally, the
following clauses will be applicable to the resultant order: FAR 52-217-8, Option to Extend Services (1-
day), FAR 52.217-9, Option to Extend the Term of the contract, DARS 52.204-9001 Contract/Order
Closeout-Fixed Price, and DARS 52.209-9000 Organizational and Consultant Conflicts of Interest
9. Questions should be addressed to email@example.com and to firstname.lastname@example.org . The phone
number is 618-229-9448. Please provide any questions, in writing, no later than 8 Jul 2008 at Noon
(CST). Questions received after this date may or may not be answered. Your final proposal is due 15
July 2008 at Noon, CST.
ARTHUR L. KRUSE
Attachment 1 (Performance Work Statement):
E20008 PWS 24 Jun
Attachment 2 (QASP)
Attachment 3 (DD 254):
Attachment 4 (Past Performance References)
Attachment 5 (Evaluation Color Scheme):