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West Point A-76 Department of Public Works - Custodial Support Services

Solicitation Number: W911S0-08-R-0009
Agency: Department of the Army
Office: Army Contracting Command, MICC
Location: MICC Center - Fort Eustis (Joint Base Langley-Eustis)
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Special Notice
Added: March 12, 2008 Modified: Mar 26, 2009 1:16 pmTrack Changes
On September 26, 2006, the Mission and Installation Contracting Center, Ft. Eustis, VA announced a standard competition under OMB Circular A-76 (the circular) for the Custodial Support Services at the USMA West Point, NY. Solicitation W911S0-08-R-0009 was issued on December 16, 2008 and closed on January 16, 2009. After a comparison of the costs in accordance with the circular, the performance decision by the Source Selection Authority was made on March 25, 2009, announced today, March 26, 2009, and is in favor of the Governments Most Efficient Organization. The following information is provided in accordance with FAR 15.503(b):(1) The number of offerors solicited: None (The requirement was solicited by FedBizOpps); (2) The number of proposals received: Two: The Government Tender and one Public Reimbursable Provider (New Dynamics Corporation/AbilityOne); (3) the name and address of each offeror receiving an award: Most Efficient Organization, Frank Bloomer, Deputy Engineer, Directorate of Public Works (DPW), USAG West Point NY; (4) Total price: $35,057,648.00 (90 day phase-in plus a nine month base period and four one year option periods). As required by the circular, notification is being provided to the public reimbursable provider, the Agency Tender Official, and directly affected government personnel and their representatives, in accordance with FAR 15.503. As indicated in the circular, a directly interested party (see Attachment D of the circular) may contest any of the following actions taken in connection with a standard competition: (1) a solicitation; (2) the cancellation of a solicitation; (3) a determination to exclude a tender or offer from a standard competition; (4) a performance decision, including, but not limited to, compliance with the costing provisions of this circular and other elements in an agencys evaluation of offers and tenders; or (5) a termination or cancellation of a contract or letter of obligation if the challenge contains an allegation that the termination or cancellation is based in whole or in part on improprieties concerning the performance decision. The circular stipulates that, the pursuit of a contest by a directly interested party and the resolution of such contest by the agency shall be governed by the procedures of FAR Subpart 33.103. A Directly Interested Party is defined by the circular (Attachment D as noted above) as, The agency official who submitted the agency tender; a single individual appointed by a majority of directly affected employees as their agent; a private sector offeror; or the official who certifies the public reimbursable tender. FAR Subpart 33.103 addresses protests to the agency. In this case, the agency is the Mission and Installation Contracting Center, Ft. Eustis, VA and all protests shall be addressed to: For hand delivered or mailed protests: Mission and Installation Contracting Center, ATTN: Janice L. Addison, 2746 Harrison Loop, Ft. Eustis, VA 23604 . Offerors are advised that strict timeliness requirements apply to filing of agency-level contests and Government Accountability Office (GAO) protests. Offerors should seek independent counsel in deciding whether to file an agency contests or GAO protest.

Email your questions to Mission and Installation Contracting Center:
Ms. Janice Addison:
Mr. J.J. Foster:
ACA, NRCC, General Support Division, Building 2798, Fort Eustis, VA 23604-5538
J.J. Foster, 757 878-3166

ACA, NRCC, General Support Division