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Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)

Solicitation Number: 09-49
Agency: Department of the Air Force
Office: Air Force Space Command
Location: SMC - Space and Missile Systems Center
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Added: Jul 28, 2009 4:51 pm

1. In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Systems Wing (LRSW), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is seeking to identify qualified prime contractors for a long-term, follow-on contract to the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRSC), which ends 31 October 2010. The Government intends to consolidate the SLRSC follow-on Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) effort with the effort of the two existing Eastern Range (ER) & Western Range (WR) support contracts (Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) & Western Range Operation Communications and Information Contracts (WROCI)) into a single "Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)" to meet the HQ AFSPC vision of improving LTRS efficiency and effectiveness while continuing ER & WR mission success to include keeping the ranges "green" (operational) today and in the future. The proposed LISC effort is scheduled to commence in August 2010.

2. The LTRS consists of the ER, headquartered at Patrick AFB in Florida, and the WR, headquartered at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The LTRS is comprised of a network of equipment within 12 different subsystems which must function in concert to fulfill mission requirements. These 12 subsystems are: Command Destruct, Communications, Data Handling, Range Safety, Optics, Planning & Scheduling, Radar, Surveillance, Timing & Sequencing, Telemetry, Weather, and Modeling and Simulation. It is envisioned that the LISC would improve efficiencies and reduce Operating and Maintenance (O&M) costs, leveraging the advantages of a single responsible contractor (does not preclude joint ventures, partnerships or other arrangements) approach to LTRS (ER & WR) support and management, e.g., seamless, problem-free transitions of products (including training, certifications, and associated technical data) from modifications phase to include operational acceptance to the operations and support phase to include disposal. Public safety, mission success, assured access to space as well as improving operational and test support are of prime interest to the Government. Following OSD & AFSPC guidance, the LISC shall implement Performance Based Logistics for Space (PBL-S), contract incentives and an award fee structure that: 1) ensure ER & WR are "green" (operational) throughout each "launch and test campaign" at the lowest price over time, and 2) ensure rigorous and objective LTRS reliability, maintainability, and availability (RMA) data preparation, measurements, collection, and reporting. Moreover, the LISC contemplates a contract structure that is immediately responsive to LTRS dynamics, such as LTRS assets decommissions, relocations, and additions.


3. The contemplated LISC would provide the Government with a single prime contractor responsible and accountable for complete and integrated LTRS operations, organizational level maintenance, depot level maintenance, logistics management, sustaining engineering, modifications, integration management and test, downrange Base Operating Support, and mission support communications services at both ER & WR. Organizational and depot maintenance responsibilities will be consistent with USAF & AFSPC 2-level maintenance policies.


4. Qualified sources will submit an unclassified Statement of Capability (SOC) as directed in the attached Sources Sought Synopsis.


Added: Nov 25, 2009 2:04 pm
I. Description / Purpose:

1. In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Systems Wing (LRSW), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is contemplating the feasibility of acquiring a long-term, follow-on contract that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract.


2. SMC is issuing this RFI as part of its market research to determine industry's ability to integrate small business into the LISC acquisition. The Air Force is deeply committed to maximizing opportunities for small businesses and meeting acquisition goals. Consequently, SMC is requesting companies planning to bid on LISC as prime contractors to estimate the nominal and maximum amount of work that could be subcontracted to small business on LISC while still allowing the prime contractor to successfully perform all contract requirements (more details on how this information should be presented are outlined in Section II below). SMC is also requesting respondents to list which sections and/or subsections of the PWS are expected to be subcontracted to small businesses for both nominal and maximum estimates.


3. The Air Force is currently exploring four scenarios for contract requirements:


Scenario #1 - The current LISC baseline includes all range O&M, modifications, downrange base operating support (BOS), and mission support communications (comms);


Scenario #2 - LISC baseline with downrange BOS excluded;


Scenario #3 - LISC baseline with "admin" comms excluded (note: at both 45SW & 30SW "admin" comms is defined as standard base-level IT support that has no Range mission or mission support functionality; e.g., IT at Cape Canaveral AFS is not considered "admin" comms because it also provides mission/mission support comms, while IT at Patrick AFB is considered "admin" comms); and


Scenario #4 - LISC baseline with downrange BOS and "admin" comms excluded.


4. A LISC working draft PWS is attached containing all work currently envisioned as part of the LISC baseline. The PWS is currently under revision and subject to substantial changes prior to release of a more fully synthesized draft LISC PWS. Note that current draft Section 7 tasks should be considered to be part of Section 3.


II. White Paper Content: Interested industry respondents are requested to provide a White Paper that includes answers/information with regards to the following questions/requests:


1. Respondents are asked to provide percentage estimates (small business dollar component divided by estimated total contract value) for both nominal and maximum small business subcontracting possibilities for each of the four scenarios described in Section I(3) above. The term "nominal" signifies the amount of small business subcontracting the contractor would employ without any requirement or goal being imposed by the Government, i.e., the amount that would generate the most efficiencies for the contractor and the Government.


2. For both nominal and maximum possibilities, respondents are also asked to provide the percentage of small business subcontracting (small business dollar component divided by estimated total contract value) that would be classified as "complex and meaningful" (e.g. O&M, modifications, and communications support). "Complex and meaningful" work does not include BOS, vendors, and supplier services.


3. Respondents shall fill in the attached matrices and include them in the first page of their response. Scenario numbers correlate to those detailed in Section I(3) above


4. In the additional space allowed for the response, respondents shall list the sections and/or subsections of the PWS expected to be subcontracted to small businesses for both nominal and maximum estimates. Respondents shall also detail the risk associated with subcontracting the maximum amount in contrast to the nominal amount.


III. Industry Days: An industry day session may be scheduled, based on the results of the RFI. RFI respondents may be invited to participate in supplemental industry day one-on-one discussions with the Government to discuss their White Paper information in greater detail. However, failure to respond to the RFI does not preclude proposal submittal nor industry day participation if a formal acquisition is announced.


IV. Small Business Consideration: The Small Business size standard is: 1,000 employees. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310-653-1108. Responses from small and small disadvantaged businesses are highly encouraged. However, only companies planning to bid on LISC as prime contractors should respond to this RFI.


V. White Paper Classification: Respondents shall provide an unclassified response to this RFI. Respondents must indicate whether their responses contain proprietary information if the respondents wish for the responses to be handled as such.


VI. White Paper Format: Responses shall not exceed five (5) pages, including the matrices from Section II(4); the Government will not consider pages in excess of 5 (five) pages. Page size shall be 8.5 x 11; font size shall be 12 pt. The White Paper cover page and table of contents pages will not count against the page limit. The Government will not accept company literature or marketing materials in response to this RFI.


VII. Response Due Date: 16:00pm PST, 14 December, 2009.


VIII. Submission Instructions: Submit an electronic copy in either PDF format or Microsoft Word format to Mr. George Sullivan, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil by the Response Due Date. Hard copy responses will not be accepted.

IX. Questions: All communication associated with this RFI shall be submitted via email to Mr. George Sullivan, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil.

X. Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. George Sullivan, contract specialist, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil
or (310) 653-1772
Alternate:: Ms. Senah Williams, Government Contracting Officer, at Senah.williams@losangeles.af.mil or (310) 653-2487


XI. DECLARATION: This synopsis is not a formal solicitation. The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this synopsis, or to otherwise pay for the information solicited herein. Responses will be used by the Government for informational purposes only as part of its acquisition planning. Information obtained from responses to this RFI will not be used to exclude potential future bidders on the LISC acquisition.

Added: Mar 25, 2010 5:12 pm
LISC Industry Day 1 (9 April, 2010)
General Information
Primary POC: George Sullivan, George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-1772
Secondary POC: Ms. Van Choat, Van.Choat@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-2488

Purpose
The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Systems Wing (LRSW), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California intends to host Launch Integrated Support Contract (LISC) Industry Day #1 from 0900hrs PST to 1400hrs PST at the Gordon Conference Center, Area 1 in Building 270 on 9 April, 2010. Check-in will begin at 0800hrs PST.

LISC Industry Day #1 will provide a LISC overview, a schedule update, and networking opportunities. In addition, the Government will conduct a market survey of small businesses.


All qualified contractors, including small and small disadvantaged businesses, are encouraged to attend.


Background
In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Systems Wing (LRSW), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is contemplating the feasibility of acquiring a long-term, follow-on contract that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract.



Questions:
All questions associated with this LISC Industry Day shall be submitted in writing prior to 6 April 2010 to the Government Procurement Contracting Office via email to: george.sullivan@losangeles.af.mil. Questions should neither involve classified nor proprietary matters. At any time after receipt of comments/questions, the Government reserves the right to contact respondents for further clarification of the comments/questions. Additionally, questions and Government responses will be posted through FedBizOps prior to release of the (Draft) Request For Proposal.


Small Business Consideration:
Participation from small business and small, disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Firms responding should indicate if they are a small business, a socially and economically disadvantaged business, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions on the attached registration form. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310-653-1108.


DECLARATION:
This publication is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


Registration
All parties intending to participate must complete the attached registration form and submit to the POC via e-mail listed above no later than COB, 1700hrs, 5 April, 2010. Access to LAFB is restricted, attendees must present a CURRENT photo ID (driver's license, military ID, company ID or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form to gain entry into the event. A company may send no more than three attendees. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to permit sufficient time for check-in. This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required.
Security POCs:
Primary: LaChristy Gay, Lachristy.gay@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-1533
Secondary: Donnie Moore, donnie.moore@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-3723


Contracting Office Address:
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, LRSW/PK - Space and Missiles System Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N. Aviation Blvd., El Segundo, CA, 90245 United States

Added: Apr 06, 2010 1:45 pm
LISC Industry Day 1 (9 April, 2010) Update
General Information
1. Type of Action: Special Notice2. Classification Code: 18 - Space Vehicles
2. Title: Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)
3. Primary POC: George Sullivan, George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-1772
4. Secondary POC: Ms. Van Choat, Van.Choat@losangeles.af.mil, (310) 653-2488
5. Reference Number: 09-49
6. Description: LISC Industry Day 1 Update

Registration
Registration for LISC Industry Day 1 is now closed. All registrants should receive an e-mail with venue and agenda details from the Primary POC, George Sullivan by 1400 Pacific Time, April 6. If a company submitted a completed registration form prior to COB April 5 and did not receive an e-mail by 1400 Pacific Time, April 6, 2010, please contact George Sullivan ASAP.

Agenda update
A market survey of small businesses will not be performed. Instead, more time will be devoted to the Q&A and LISC forum to address industry questions and concerns. More time will also be set aside to allow small and large businesses to network and for break-outs.


Questions:
REMINDER - All questions associated with this LISC Industry Day shall be submitted in writing prior to 1700 Pacific Time, 6 April 2010, via email to: george.sullivan@losangeles.af.mil. Questions should neither involve classified nor proprietary matters. At any time after receipt of comments/questions, the Government reserves the right to contact respondents for further clarification of the comments/questions. Additionally, questions and Government responses will be posted through FedBizOps prior to release of the (Draft) Request For Proposal.


DECLARATION:
This publication is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.

Added: Jul 01, 2010 5:57 pm
SMC is issuing this RFI for a two-fold purpose related to market research:
a. First, to understand the effect (benefits and risks) of various LISC contract durations and
incentive mixes on the Government's ability to: (1) ensure the Eastern Range and Western
Range are "green" (i.e. operational) throughout each "launch and test campaign" at the lowest
cost over time; and (2) ensure rigorous and objective LTRS Reliability, Maintainability, and
Availability Data preparation, measurements, collection, and reporting.
b. Second, to ascertain which portion(s) of the contemplated LISC set of requirements that
industry believes could be set aside as one or more separate contract(s) for small
businesses, while not sacrificing any mission efficiencies or savings from LISC consolidation.
The small business set aside(s) shall also not create an excessive burden on Government
management and oversight.
Added: Jul 09, 2010 2:24 pm
SMC is revising RFI#3 to reflect the change in the NAICS code applicable to LISC. Going forward, NAICS code 541330 Engineering Services (Military and Aerospace Equipment and Military Weapons) will apply to LISC. This code imposes a size standard of $27 million for small businesses. Responses to this RFI and all future postings should be tailored accordingly.
In light of this change, SMC also decided to extend the response date for RFI#3 to 28 July 2010.
This is the last LISC FBO posting SMC will make under the 541712 NAICS code. Interested members of industry should look for future LISC postings under NAICS code 541330.
Added: Jul 14, 2010 5:08 pm
Clarification #1 to Request For Information (RFI) #3

Description / Purpose:


1. A communication from a company that plans to respond to RFI#3 informed us that the company does not fully understand the requirements for a response to this RFI. The company stated it will respond to the "second part" of the RFI but did not demonstrate correct awareness of what comprises the "second part". The company thought the RFI questions were to address either one of the two factors mentioned in I(2)(a) of RFI#3.


SMC's response: A respondent to RFI#3 has the option of providing the information requested in II(3) and II(5) (aka Question 1, or "Section A" per the RFI), or to answer II(6) (aka Question 2, or "Section B" per the RFI), or to answer both questions. For each question, a respondent must address the factors in listed in II(4) as directed in II(4) and II(6)(a). The two requirements listed in I(2)(a), must both be addressed as part of an answer to Question 1. The factors listed in II(4) drill down on those requirements and provide you with an outline for your response.


2. A couple companies have asked whether they should or could include a revised response to RFI#2 as part of their response to RFI#3


SMC's response: No. Please provide two documents: (1) a revised RFI#2 (if you responded to that RFI and plan to revise your response) by July 26 and (2) a separate response to RFI#3. Companies that responded to RFI#2 have already been notified by e-mail of the option to revise their responses and the suspense for that revision (COB July 26). The revision to RFI#2 must adhere to the format and requirements of RFI#2; respondents are encouraged to use the templates they already prepared. RFI#3 requirements mandate use of a substantially different template (more complex outline, much more information requested and larger page limits). The documents may not be merged.


3. One company also asked whether subcontractors would have to certify their business size according to the size limit ($27M) imposed by the final NAICS code chosen for LISC - 541330 Engineering Services (Military and Aerospace Equipment and Military Weapons).


SMC's response: In all cases, to qualify as a small business, subcontractors must meet the size standard (see 13 CFR 121) for the NAICS code of the subcontract. The prime contractor is required to assign a NAICS code to each subcontract, based on the nature of the work being subcontracted, using the 2007 North American Industrial Classification System coding manual and the footnotes in 13 CFR 121. Subcontracted work which is similar to the basic contract should use the same assigned NAICS (in this case 541330). While the prime is not bound to use the same NAICS code for all effort that is subcontracted which is similar in nature to the contract NAICS code assigned for the prime contract, deviations must clearly fit the NAICS description chosen. In other words, a company planning to bid as a prime can assign different NAICS codes to subcontracts but must be prepared to defend its use as appropriate in light of the work performed on the subcontract; a NAICS code cannot be picked for the sole reason to obtain a larger size limit than that imposed by NAICS code 541330.


Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. George Sullivan, contract specialist, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil
or (310) 653-1772
Alternate: Ms. Van Choat, Government Contracting Officer, at van.choat@losangeles.af.mil or (310) 653-2488


DECLARATION: All other aspects of RFI #3 (e.g. response due date, white paper content and form requirements, submission format, etc.) posted on FBO on 1 July 2010 remain unchanged. This posting is issued for clarification purposes only.

Added: Jul 19, 2010 1:07 pm
Clarification #2 to Request For Information (RFI) #3

I. Description / Purpose:


1. A company responded to the NAICS code change posting with commentary on the change in NAICS code and how it might affect potential small business participation or set-aside possibilities on LISC. The response was neither formatted per either RFI#2 or RFI #3 requirements, nor addressed the questions posed by either RFI in the manner required. Because the company is a RFI#2 respondent, it therefore has the right to issue a revised response to RFI#2. The communication demonstrated lack of full awareness of the potential impacts of the NAICS code change, as well as the Government's rationale for the change. The Government decided to treat this communication as a query instead of a RFI response and issued the following clarification:


SMC's response: If your response to RFI #2 will change as a result of the change in the NAICS code, please resubmit your RFI#2 response by July 26, in the template you used to originally respond. Please note that this NAICS code applies only to the prime contractor (or the prime team's components) on the contract. NAICS codes for subcontracts are chosen by the prime contractor but must be defended as appropriate in light of the work to be performed on the subcontract.
Regarding RFI#3, any small-business set-aside(s) based on requirements currently encompassed by the LISC PWS might warrant a different NAICS code, depending on the work to be performed on the set-aside(s). If you identify any such set-aside(s) as possible, please make sure you defend the use of the NAICS code you believe applies to that set-aside.
Regarding our final choice of NAICS code, we have always maintained that everything we have briefed on LISC is pre-decisional and subject to change. We have yet to go to ASP. SMC/BC has also been in agreement with the LISC program office since last November that the NAICS code previously used (541712) was not the correct one for LISC because it applies primarily to R&D work, which will be minimal on LISC. The LISC program office and SMC/BC then resolved to revise the NAICS code as soon as practicably possible. Our decision was not made based on business size but on which NAICS code best captured the most requirements on LISC. This exchange with SMC/BC is well documented internally. The LISC program office did not make this decision either from within a vacuum or without considering the impacts to small business. We remain committed to maximizing the amount of work for small business as a part of LISC, while ensuring mission success and not threatening the efficiencies the Government expects to gain from LISC.


 


2. A company requested clarification regarding suspenses.


SMC's Response:
1) Revisions to RFI#2 are due NLT COB July 26. Only companies that previously responded to RFI#2 may submit revisions to RFI#2.
2) Responses to RFI#3 are due NLT COB July 28.


3. A company asked whether 9pt font could be used in tables and graphics.


SMC's response: Yes, this is acceptable.


II. Questions: All communication associated with this RFI shall be submitted via email to Mr. George Sullivan, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil.

III. Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. George Sullivan, contract specialist, at George.Sullivan@losangeles.af.mil
or (310) 653-1772
Alternate: Ms. Van Choat, Government Contracting Officer, at van.choat@losangeles.af.mil or (310) 653-2488


IV. DECLARATION: All other aspects of RFI #3 (e.g. response due date, white paper content and form requirements, submission format, etc.) posted on FBO on 1 July 2010 remain unchanged. This posting is issued for clarification purposes only.

Added: Jan 07, 2011 3:00 pm
The purpose of this second Sources Sought Synopsis (SSS) is to determine whether the LISC could be set aside for small business under NAICS Code 541330 - Engineering Services. The previous SSS was done under NAICS Code 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences; but, since the release of that SSS, the NAICS Code has been changed to 541330. Small businesses intending to respond to this SSS are advised that FAR 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting, would be included in a contract set aside for small business. This clause states at FAR 52.219-14(a)(1), "Services (except construction) - At least 50 percent of the cost of contract performance incurred for personnel shall be expended for employees of the concern." Small businesses that responded to the previous SSS are requested to notify the Government if their small business status has changed as a result of the change of the NAICS Code.

Those potential offerors that responded to the previous SSS that was released on 28 July 2009 need not respond. However, any potential offerors may revise any previous Statement of Capability. This SSS will not be used to develop a bidder's list.


Potential offerors, in particular small businesses, must notify David Sharp by 18 January 2011, 4:00 P.M. PST, if they intend to respond to this SSS with a Statement of Capability (SOC); completed SOCs are due by 24 January 2011, 4:00 P.M. PST.

Please see the attachment for details and contact David Sharp at (310) 653-1517 or david.sharp@losangeles.af.mil with any questions.

Added: Feb 03, 2011 6:35 pm
LISC Bidders' Library Instructions
The LISC Bidder's Library will be online and available for access in early February. Another announcement will be posted on FBO when the website goes live. Access will be granted only to users who 1) possess the proper DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificates and components and 2) have been identified by their companies as requiring access to the site. Please see details below.

DoD PKI
The LISC Bidder's Library will utilize DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to verify users via digital identification certificates, rather than a username and password, before granting access.


In order to access the Bidder's Library, each user must have one of the following PKI components:
(a) A DoD Common Access Card (CAC) with a valid PKI certificate, along with a CAC reader and software.
(b) A DoD-approved External Certification Authority (ECA) certificate
http://iase.disa.mil/pki/eca/index.html


The ECA process may take up to 8 days to complete and there is a nominal fee.


Identification of personnel who require access
Interested bidders shall submit a list of personnel who require access to the bidder's library. The list shall include the following information:
-First name
-Last name
-Email address
-Company
Please submit this list of personnel electronically to David Sharp at david.sharp@losangeles.af.mil and Greg Feitel gregory.feitel@losangeles.af.mil with the subject line "LISC Bidder's Library Access List".

Added: Feb 11, 2011 9:06 pm
The LISC Bidder's Library is now online and located at: https://www.LISCbidderslibrary.com. If this is your first time visiting this website, you will be required to complete a brief registration form. Please note that information is still continuing to be received and will be posted to the LISC Bidder's Library.


Access will only be granted to users who 1) possess the proper DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificates and components and 2) have been identified by their companies as requiring access to the site. Please see details below.


DoD PKI
The LISC Bidder's Library will utilize DoD Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to verify users via digital identification certificates, rather than a username and password, before granting access.


In order to access the Bidder's Library, each contractor must have one of the following PKI components:


(a) A DoD Common Access Card (CAC) with a valid PKI certificate, along with a CAC reader and software.


(b) A DoD-approved External Certification Authority (ECA) certificate
http://iase.disa.mil/pki/eca/index.html


The ECA process may take up to 8 days to complete and there is a nominal fee.


Identification of personnel who require access
Interested bidders shall submit a list of personnel who require access to the bidder's library. The list shall include the following information:
-First name
-Last name
-Email address
-Company


Please submit this list of personnel electronically to David Sharp at david.sharp@losangeles.af.mil and Greg Feitel at gregory.feitel@losangeles.af.mil with the subject line "LISC Bidder's Library Access List".

Added: May 06, 2011 7:04 pm

Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)
Request For Information (RFI) #4 - Draft Performance Work Statement (PWS) Release (version 7.6.6.2)


I. Description / Purpose: In an effort to both communicate the Government's purpose and intent for the Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) and obtain industry feedback, SMC has posted the latest draft LISC Performance Work Statement (PWS) for industry awareness and review. Specifically, SMC requests that industry provide the following information NLT 4:00pm PDT 25 May, 2011:


1. List significant potential cost drivers.
2. Identify potential Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCI) issues related to implementing the PWS.
3. Identify any PWS areas that may have issues with respect to the LISC contractor's handling of proprietary information (e.g., from the range customer/user perspective i.e., Universal Documentation System (UDS), telemetry/performance data, etc.) and identify methods to resolve/mitigate these proprietary information issues.
4. Identify sections of the draft PWS that have conflicting tasking, guidance, or information.
5. Identify any other areas of concern.


Respondents must be aware that the LISC contractor will not have change authority of the LTRS baseline; only the Government has the authority to approve system/asset modifications via a formal configuration control board process.


The following LISC schedule is included for planning purposes:
- Draft RFP Release: 1 Jun 11
- Industry Day: 15 Jun 11
- Eastern & Western Range Site Visits: 11 - 29 Jul 11
- Final RFP Release: 4 Nov 11

II. NAICS Code/Small Business Consideration: The NAICS Code is 541330 with a Small Business size standard of $27 million. Responses from small business and small disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Firms responding should indicate if they are a small business, a socially and economically disadvantaged business, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at (310) 653-1108.


III. Declaration: This is not a formal solicitation. Please be advised this is a Request for Information only and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.


IV. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.


V. Contracting Office Address: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/LRK - Space and Missile Systems Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 North Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245


VI. White Paper Classification: Respondents shall provide a non-proprietary and unclassified response to this RFI. Any proprietary or classified response will be returned unread.


VII. White Paper Format: Responses shall not exceed ten (10) pages. Page size shall be 8.5 x 11 in.; font size shall be 12 pt. The White Paper cover page will not count against the page limit. The Government will not accept company literature or marketing materials in response to this RFI.


VIII. Response Due Date: 4:00pm PDT, 25 May, 2011.


IX. Submission Instructions: Submit an electronic copy in either PDF format or Microsoft Word format to the Primary Point of Contact by the Response Due Date. Hard copy responses will not be accepted.


X. Questions: All communication associated with this RFI shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contact.


XI. Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. David Sharp, Contract Specialist, at david.sharp@losangeles.af.mil or (310) 653-1517.
Alternate: Ms. Lisa Spencer, Contracting Officer, at lisa.spencer@losangeles.af.mil or (719) 556-8599.

Added: Jul 14, 2011 6:01 pm
We anticipate a late Sep 2011 release of the LISC Draft RFP.  This will provide the Government adequate time to refine the PWS and Section M to ensure potential offerors understand the resultant program objectives and requirements.

Questions:  All communication associated with this announcement shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contract.

Added: Sep 20, 2011 7:44 pm
We anticipate the release of the LISC Draft RFP no earlier than late October 2011. Presently, the Government is rewriting the LISC PWS to describe requirements in terms of measurable outcomes with associated performance standards to better clarify objectives and expectations.

Questions:
All communication associated with this announcement shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contact.


Contracting Office Address:
483 North Aviation Blvd
El Segundo, California 90245-2808


Primary Point of Contact:
Gregory Feitel,
Contract Specialist
gregory.feitel@losangeles.af.mil
Phone: (310) 653-1476


Secondary Point of Contact:
Frank Whalen,
Contracting Officer
Francis.Whalen@losangeles.af.mil
Phone: (310) 653-1591 

Added: Dec 16, 2011 5:16 pm Modified: Dec 16, 2011 5:32 pmTrack Changes

I. Description / Purpose:


The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) has posted a Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) under the "Program Office" tab in the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) Bidders' Library website (https://www.liscbidderslibrary.com/home) for industry awareness and review.


Please reference the cover letter document, ("Draft RFP FA8811-11-R-0001"), which describes the Government's intent with the release of this Draft RFP and also contains a list of the associated documents.


For instructions on how to access the Bidders' Library, please reference the LISC Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) posting of 3 February 2011 entitled LISC Bidders' Library Instructions.


SMC requests industry feedback on the Draft RFP package NLT 1700 PDT, 6 January 2012:



II. Industry Days: A LISC Industry Day is scheduled for 12 January 2012 to discuss the content of the Draft RFP, schedule, and site visits. Further details regarding Industry Day, including the agenda, discussion materials, and registration forms, will be posted to FBO as soon as the date is confirmed. Please note that failure to respond to the Draft RFP does not preclude proposal submittal or industry day participation if a formal acquisition is announced.



III. NAICS Code/Small Business Consideration: The NAICS Code is 541330 with a Small Business size standard of $27million. Responses from small business and small, disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Firms responding should indicate if they are small businesses, socially and
economically disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310.653.1108.



IV. Declaration: This is not a formal solicitation. Please be advised this is a Request for Information only and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.



V. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.



VI. Contracting Office Address:
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/LRK - Space and Missiles System Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245



VII. Response Classification: Respondents shall provide a non-proprietary and unclassified response to this Draft RFP. Any proprietary or classified response(s) will be returned unread. All questions and answers will be posted to FBO.



VIII. Response Format: Respondents shall provide feedback via the attached Comment Resolution Matrix (CRM). Formatting and page layout settings shall be retained (page size shall be 8.5 x 11; font shall be 12 pt. Times New Roman; margins shall be 1 inch).


The Government will not accept company literature or marketing materials in response to this Draft RFP.



IX. Response Due Date: 1700 PDT, 6 January 2012.



X. Submission Instructions: Submit an electronic copy of the CRM in Microsoft Excel format to the Primary Point of Contact by the Response Due Date. Hard copy responses will not be accepted.



XI. Questions: All communications associated with this Draft RFP shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contact.



XII. Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. Andrew Doud, Contract Specialist, at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1517
Alternate: Mr. Frank Whalen, Contracting Officer, at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1591

Added: Dec 22, 2011 6:53 pm
LISC Industry Day #2

Purpose:
The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Spacelift Range System Division (SMC/LRR), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, intends to host the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) Industry Day #2 on 12 January 2012 (and 13 January 2012, if necessary for one-on-one sessions) in the Garden Room at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, California.


LISC Industry Day #2 will include a general session aimed at discussing the key aspects of the LISC Draft RFP package released 16 December 2011 (including areas identified by responders during the comment period), a separate session for small business attendees which will focus on discussing the Air Force's efforts to best utilize small business participation on LISC, and a series of one-one-one sessions for potential prime Offeror Teams.


The general session is expected to be held from 8:00 am until 10:00 am, and the small business session is expected to be held from 10:30 am until 11:30 am. One-on-one sessions will begin on the afternoon of 12 January and will each last 60 minutes. If necessary, one-on-one sessions will continue on 13 January.


All potential Contractors (at any tier), including small and small disadvantaged businesses, are encouraged to attend. SMC/LRR looks forward to engaging Industry on the LISC acquisition in this forum.



Registration:
All parties intending to participate must complete the attached Registration Form and submit the Form to the Primary Point of Contact via email no later than 5:00 pm, 9 January 2012.


Access to Fort MacArthur is restricted. Attendees must be United States citizens or legal residents. In addition, attendees must present current photo identification information matching the information submitted via the Registration Form to gain entry into the event. A company may send no more than 3 attendees to the general session (and small business session, if appropriate). Attendees are encouraged to arrive early to permit sufficient time for check-in. This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required.


There will be a nominal fee to be paid by each attendee on the date of the event to cover the cost of refreshments.


One-on-one sessions will be held for each potential prime Offeror Team. Each Team will be restricted to 10 persons for the session. Coordinate and schedule one-on-one sessions via email with the Primary Point of Contact no later than 5:00 pm, 9 January 2012, and include the identification information requested in the Registration Form for any attendees that will not be attending the general session.



Declaration:
This event is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.



Contracting Office Address:
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/LRK - Space and Missile Systems Center, Building 270, 2nd Floor, 483 North Aviation Boulevard, El Segundo, California, 90245.

Added: Jan 17, 2012 7:40 pm
LISC Range Site Visits

Purpose:
The purpose of the LISC Range Site Visits is to provide information to potential LISC Offerors and their teams about the mission support requirements and scope of work at both Launch Ranges included in the LISC Contract.


There will be one, five-day Range Site Visit at each Launch Range using the following schedule:


DAY 1: Familiarization Briefings from LISC Team and Range Leadership


DAYS 2-4: Site Tours at various sites selected to represent of the major range subsystems and the LISC Contract scope of work


DAY 5: One-on-One Sessions between Prime Contract Offerors and the LISC Team and Range Leadership


* Eastern Launch Range (Patrick AFB & Cape Canaveral AFS, FL) - 6-10 February 2012


* Western Launch Range (Vandenberg AFB, CA) - 13-17 February 2012


(NOTICE: LISC Site Visit dates are subject to change based on Contracting and Launch Wing Mission requirements. If a date change must be accomplished, notification will be posted to the LISC portion of the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website as soon as possible, followed by an announcement of the new LISC Range Site Visit dates)


Non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


BACKGROUND:
In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Directorate (LR), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is contemplating the feasibility of acquiring a long-term, follow-on contract that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract.


A DRAFT Request for Proposal was released by SMC on 16 December 2011.


DECLARATION:
This publication is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal or a change to the DRAFT Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


REGISTRATION:
- LISC Site Visit Registration is open to potential Prime Contractors only and each potential Prime Contractor may send six (6) attendees. Potential Prime Contractors are welcome to include attendees from other (sub-prime) companies as part of their limit of six attendees.
- Potential Prime Contractors intending to participate must complete the LISC Site Visit Registration form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 24 January 2012.
- Access to Patrick AFB, Cape Canaveral AFS, and Vandenberg AFB is restricted. Potential Prime Contractors must complete the Visit Request Information form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 24 January 2012. Attendees must present a CURRENT photo ID (driver's license, military ID, company ID, or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form and Visit Request information form to gain entry into the event.


This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required. However, clearance levels must be provided on the site visit request form for individuals who possess a clearance. Indicate "none" for those who do not possess an active clearance.


RESTRICTIONS:
No Videography, Photography, or Electronic Recording (including cell phones) shall be allowed inside any LISC Range Site Visit Event venue. Cell phones may be used during breaks, but are not allowed inside the briefing room or tour sites at any time.


QUESTION/COMMENT FORM:
LISC Site Visit Attendee Question/Comment forms will be provided during each LISC Range Site Visit. The LISC Team will collect these forms and post questions and answers to FBO as soon as possible.


In all venues, questions shall involve neither classified nor proprietary matters, and no answers involving classified or proprietary information will be provided. At any time after receipt of comments/questions, the Government reserves the right to contact respondents for further clarification of the comments/questions and to wait on providing a response until an appropriate Subject Matter Expert has been consulted.


Attendee questions and Government responses from the LISC Site Visit Attendee Question forms and One-on-One Sessions will be posted through Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website prior to release of the Final Request for Proposal. All question & answer postings will be non-attribution.


Answers, verbal & written, are not binding as the circumstances of the proposed acquisition may change over time.



FAMILIARIZATION BRIEFS (DAY 1)
Familiarization briefs are top-level briefings from LISC Team and Range leadership, including: LISC Overview/Program Status, Wing Mission Brief, LISC Program Management, Wing Operational Capability Overview, Operations and Maintenance, and Level II Sustainment and Maintenance.


SITE TOURS (DAYS 2-4)
A list of sites the LISC Site Visit Team currently plans to take attendees to is provided below. The actual sites visited are subject to change without notification. These sites were selected by the LISC Site Visit Team to represent major range subsystems and the LISC Contract scope of work. Time and resources do not allow a comprehensive visit to all LISC-related sites. If an offeror feels a site not listed for tour should be included, they should send a recommendation by email to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact NLT 20 January 2012. The LISC Site Visit Team will consider recommendations and incorporate them as time and resources are available.


Eastern Range (PAFB & CCAFS)
Depot MX & Machine Shops
Bldg 981 - Telemetry/Optics/Electronics
Bldg 986 - Radar & Cmd Test Beds/DRU
Bldg 989 - Labs
Bldg 945 - Shipping & Receiving Facility
Bldg 961 - Mount Shop
Morrell Operations Center (MOC)
TEL-IV
Multiple-Object Tracking Radar Site
Legacy & New Command Sites
Representative Weather Station
XY Building
Radar 0.134



Western Range (VAFB)
Bldg 7011 (Command & Timing)
Bldg 7000 (Legacy MFCC, RATS, ADS)
Western Range Operations Control Center (WROCC)
Depot
Machine Shop
Electronics Shop
Test Bed
Optics Facility
Command Transmitter 1
Representative Weather Station
Vandenberg Telemetry Receiving Site
ARSR-4
Radar TPQ-18
Vandenberg DOAMS
Operations Support Squadron



ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS (DAY 5)
One-on-One Sessions are open, by request, to potential Prime Contractors only. The One-on-One Sessions are intended to give Prime Contractors and their team individual access to the LISC Team and Range Leadership. Prime Contractors may have no more than 6 people in attendance during the One-on-One Sessions. All questions and answers provided during the One-on-One sessions will be transcribed and posted, non-attribution, to FBO. To request a One-on-One Session, please mark the appropriate box(es) on the Registration Form. The LISC Site Visit Team will compile and post a schedule to FBO.



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Directions for Patrick AFB, FL:
- Beach House parking lot for daily check-in Days 1 - 4
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Drive one-half mile north of the Patrick AFB main gate on A1A to the Beach House (formerly the Block House) on A1A; parking is on the West side of A1A (left when driving north on A1A) across from the Beach House.
There is no street address available to Google it directly.


- Tides Club for the F2F on Day 5
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Address is 1001 South Highway A1A, Patrick AFB, Indialantic-Melbourne Beach, Florida.


Directions for Vandenberg AFB, CA:
http://www.vandenberg.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-071221-088.pdf
http://usmilitary.about.com/od/airforcebaseprofiles/ss/Vandenberg_2.htm


(The above Web Links are for informational purposes only and do not constitute U.S. Government endorsement of those websites.)



POINT OF CONTACT INFORMATION
(Please send submissions & correspondence to both the Primary & Alternate Points of Contact)


Primary Point of Contact: Mr. Andrew Doud, andrew.doud@us.af.mil (310) 653-1517


Alternate Point of Contact: Mr. Francis Whalen, francis.whalen@us.af.mil (310) 653-1591

Department of the Air Force
Air Force Space Command
SMC/LR/LRK, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor,
483 N. Aviation Blvd.,
El Segundo, CA, 90245


*** REMINDER - REGISTRATION FORMS AND VISIT REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE PRIMARY & ALTERNATE POINTS OF CONTACT NLT 1600 PST, 24 January 2012. ***

Added: Jan 20, 2012 5:47 pm
SMC has posted the List of Registrants and the Briefing Slides for LISC Industry Day #2, as well as provided a list of business entities / teams who, to the best of the Government's current knowledge and belief, intend to submit proposals as potential prime contractors for the LISC effort should the Government submit a Request for Proposal.
Added: Jan 20, 2012 6:27 pm
SMC has made amendments to its previous posting of 17 January 2012 regarding LISC Range Site Visits. The amended posting follows (updated sections are identified by **UPDATE**).

LISC Range Site Visits
PURPOSE
:
The purpose of the LISC Range Site Visits is to provide information to potential LISC Offerors and their teams about the mission support requirements and scope of work at both Launch Ranges included in the LISC Contract.


There will be one, five-day Range Site Visit at each Launch Range using the following schedule:


DAY 1: Familiarization Briefings from LISC Team and Range Leadership


DAYS 2-4: Site Tours at various sites selected to represent of the major range subsystems and the LISC Contract scope of work


DAY 5: One-on-One Sessions between Prime Contract Offerors and the LISC Team and Range Leadership


* Eastern Launch Range (Patrick AFB & Cape Canaveral AFS, FL) - 6-10 February 2012


* Western Launch Range (Vandenberg AFB, CA) - 13-17 February 2012


(NOTICE: LISC Site Visit dates are subject to change based on Contracting and Launch Wing Mission requirements. If a date change must be accomplished, notification will be posted to the LISC portion of the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website as soon as possible, followed by an announcement of the new LISC Range Site Visit dates)


Non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


BACKGROUND:
In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Launch and Range Directorate (LR), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is contemplating the feasibility of acquiring a long-term, follow-on contract that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract.


A DRAFT Request for Proposal was released by SMC on 16 December 2011.


DECLARATION:
This publication is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal or a change to the DRAFT Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


**UPDATE** REGISTRATION:
- LISC Site Visit Registration is open to potential Prime Contractors only and each potential Prime Contractor may send six (6) attendees. Potential Prime Contractors are welcome to include attendees from other (sub-prime) companies as part of their limit of six attendees.
- Potential Prime Contractors intending to participate must complete the LISC Site Visit Registration form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 24 January 2012.
- Access to Patrick AFB, Cape Canaveral AFS, and Vandenberg AFB is restricted. Potential Prime Contractors must complete the Visit Request Information form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 24 January 2012. Attendees must present a CURRENT photo ID (driver's license, military ID, company ID, or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form and Visit Request information form to gain entry into the event.


This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required. However, clearance levels must be provided on the site visit request form for individuals who possess a clearance. Indicate "none" for those who do not possess an active clearance.


RESTRICTIONS:
No Videography, Photography, or Electronic Recording (including cell phones) shall be allowed inside any LISC Range Site Visit Event venue. Cell phones may be used during breaks, but are not allowed inside the briefing room or tour sites at any time.


QUESTION/COMMENT FORM:
LISC Site Visit Attendee Question/Comment forms will be provided during each LISC Range Site Visit. The LISC Team will collect these forms and post questions and answers to FBO as soon as possible.


In all venues, questions shall involve neither classified nor proprietary matters, and no answers involving classified or proprietary information will be provided. At any time after receipt of comments/questions, the Government reserves the right to contact respondents for further clarification of the comments/questions and to wait on providing a response until an appropriate Subject Matter Expert has been consulted.


Attendee questions and Government responses from the LISC Site Visit Attendee Question forms and One-on-One Sessions will be posted through Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website prior to release of the Final Request for Proposal. All question & answer postings will be non-attribution.


Answers, verbal & written, are not binding as the circumstances of the proposed acquisition may change over time.



FAMILIARIZATION BRIEFS (DAY 1)
Familiarization briefs are top-level briefings from LISC Team and Range leadership, including: LISC Overview/Program Status, Wing Mission Brief, LISC Program Management, Wing Operational Capability Overview, Operations and Maintenance, and Level II Sustainment and Maintenance.


SITE TOURS (DAYS 2-4)
A list of sites the LISC Site Visit Team currently plans to take attendees to is provided below. The actual sites visited are subject to change without notification. These sites were selected by the LISC Site Visit Team to represent major range subsystems and the LISC Contract scope of work. Time and resources do not allow a comprehensive visit to all LISC-related sites. If an offeror feels a site not listed for tour should be included, they should send a recommendation by email to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact NLT 20 January 2012. The LISC Site Visit Team will consider recommendations and incorporate them as time and resources are available.


**UPDATE** NOTE: On the Western Range Site Tours, for the afternoon of Day 3 and the morning of Day 4, only four (4) attendees per Prime Contractor may attend tours. This restriction is for safety and facility limitations. The location on the agenda for those times currently include the Vandenberg Telemetry Receiving Site, TPQ-18, DOAMS, and ARSR-4.


Eastern Range (PAFB & CCAFS)
Depot MX & Machine Shops
Bldg 981 - Telemetry/Optics/Electronics
Bldg 986 - Radar & Cmd Test Beds/DRU
Bldg 989 - Labs
Bldg 945 - Shipping & Receiving Facility
Bldg 961 - Mount Shop
Morrell Operations Center (MOC)
TEL-IV
Multiple-Object Tracking Radar Site
Legacy & New Command Sites
Representative Weather Station
XY Building
Radar 0.134



Western Range (VAFB)
Bldg 7011 (Command & Timing)
Bldg 7000 (Legacy MFCC, RATS, ADS)
Western Range Operations Control Center (WROCC)
Depot
Machine Shop
Electronics Shop
Test Bed
Optics Facility
Command Transmitter 1
Representative Weather Station
Vandenberg Telemetry Receiving Site
ARSR-4
Radar TPQ-18
Vandenberg DOAMS
Operations Support Squadron



**UPDATE** ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS (DAY 5)
One-on-One Sessions are open, by request, to potential Prime Contractors only. The One-on-One Sessions are intended to give Prime Contractors and their team individual access to the LISC Team and Range Leadership. Prime Contractors may have no more than 6 people in attendance during the One-on-One Sessions. All questions and answers provided during the One-on-One sessions will be transcribed and posted, non-attribution, to FBO. To request a One-on-One Session, please mark the appropriate box(es) on the Registration Form. The LISC Site Visit Team will compile and post a schedule to FBO.

At this time, the planned government LISC team representatives include:
Chief, Spacelift Range System Division (SMC)
Commander, 30/45 Operations Group (pending availability)
Systems Sustainment Manager
30/45 Operations Group Technical Director (pending availability)
LISC Contracting Officer
Representative SMEs



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Directions for Patrick AFB, FL:
- Beach House parking lot for daily check-in Days 1 - 4
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Drive one-half mile north of the Patrick AFB main gate on A1A to the Beach House (formerly the Block House) on A1A; parking is on the West side of A1A (left when driving north on A1A) across from the Beach House.
There is no street address available to Google it directly.


- Tides Club for the F2F on Day 5
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Address is 1001 South Highway A1A, Patrick AFB, Indialantic-Melbourne Beach, Florida.


Directions for Vandenberg AFB, CA:
http://www.vandenberg.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-071221-088.pdf
http://usmilitary.about.com/od/airforcebaseprofiles/ss/Vandenberg_2.htm


(The above Web Links are for informational purposes only and do not constitute U.S. Government endorsement of those websites.)



POINT OF CONTACT INFORMATION
(Please send submissions & correspondence to both the Primary & Alternate Points of Contact)

Primary Point of Contact: Mr. Andrew Doud, andrew.doud@us.af.mil (310) 653-1517
Alternate Point of Contact: Mr. Francis Whalen, francis.whalen@us.af.mil (310) 653-1591


Department of the Air Force
Air Force Space Command
SMC/LR/LRK, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor,
483 N. Aviation Blvd.,
El Segundo, CA, 90245


*** REMINDER - REGISTRATION FORMS AND VISIT REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE PRIMARY & ALTERNATE POINTS OF CONTACT NLT 1600 PST, 24 January 2012. ***


 

Added: Apr 09, 2012 8:26 pm

Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)
Operations, Maintenance, and Support
Sources Sought Synopsis



I. Description:


1. The Government intends to award two contracts consisting of separate portions of the scope of effort comprising the comprehensive LISC acquisition: one contract comprising core LTRS Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment activities (LISC OM&S) (full and open competition), and one contract comprising LTRS Operations Support areas (LISC Ops Support) (small business set-aside). The purposes of this Sources Sought Synopsis are to (1) provide the opportunity for either large or small businesses, who may have / have not responded to the original Sources Sought Synopsis (issued on 28 Jul 09, amended for the change in NAICS code on 7 Jan 11), to submit Statements of Capability (SOCs) on the LISC OM&S effort, and (2) request feedback regarding a LISC OM&S small business subcontracting requirement of 22% of contract value.



II. LISC Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment Contract:


1. The contemplated LISC OM&S contract is intended to provide the Government with a single prime contractor responsible and accountable for the following areas, as referenced in the attachment labeled LISC Draft Performance Work Statement V9 (LISC PWS) (dated 9 Dec 11, originally posted to the LISC Bidders' Library on 16 Dec 11 as part of the Draft RFP package):

A. Perform Range Operations (LISC PWS Section 3.1)

B. Operate Range instrumentation  and assess Range instrumentation performance (LISC PWS Section 3.2)

C. Perform Range Organizational Maintenance (LISC PWS Section 3.3)

D. Maintain Range Systems through Depot-level Maintenance (LISC PWS Section 3.4)

E. Perform Logistics Management Functions (LISC PWS Section 3.5)

F. Sustain (modify) the LTRS to ensure Range operational requirements are met (LISC PWS Section 3.6)

G. Perform Range System Engineering services to support LTRS (LISC PWS Section 3.7)

H. Support Government Item Managers at Organic Depots (LISC PWS Section 3.8)

I. Perform Software Activities (LISC PWS Section 3.9)

J. Technical Support to inform the Government on capabilities for LTRS (LISC PWS Section 3.14)

K. Improve Range availability and reliability through the use of the LTRS Sustainment System (LSS) (LISC PWS Section 3.15)

L. Provide specialized support (LISC PWS Section 3.16, Tasks 3.16.1 and 3.16.3 - 3.16.7)


Organizational and depot maintenance responsibilities will be consistent with USAF & AFSPC 2-level maintenance policies.


NOTE: The attached and referenced LISC PWS consists of the full scope of effort comprising the LISC acquisition. The Government intends the LISC OM&S contractor to perform the Performance Requirements identified above (that is, LISC PWS Sections 3.1 - 3.9, 3.14, 3.15, and selected Tasks of Section 3.16, in addition to the Program Management Requirements of Section 2). The Government considers tasks included under Program Management Requirements to be standard requirements applicable to Government contracts. Respondents need not include these tasks in the SOC unless any portion of these requirements cannot be met.


2. Any qualified sources may submit or resubmit a new or revised unclassified SOC demonstrating their experience and capability in each of the anticipated LISC OM&S task areas listed above and described in the attached LISC PWS.


Those potential Offerors that responded to the previous Sources Sought Synopsis released on 28 July 2009 or the revised Sources Sought Synopsis that was released on 7 Jan 11 need not respond. However, any potential offerors may revise any previous SOC. This Sources Sought Synopsis will not be used to develop a bidders list. The NAICS code for this contract is 541330 - Engineering Services. Additionally, if teaming with other contractors is anticipated, list their names, business size, experience and capabilities for their allocated task areas, and the percentage of the work each team member will be responsible for including the prime.


3. The Government is considering a small business subcontracting requirement of 22% of total contract value for the LISC OM&S contract. The Government requests industry feedback on whether or not this requirement can be achieved. As part of the SOC, or as an independent response, provide a description of how this requirement will be met.



III. Additional Instructions & Information:


1. The SOC shall not exceed 25 pages in total length. All responses must conform to 8.5x11 inch pages, with font no smaller than 12 point and 1-inch margins (the SOC cover page / table of contents pages will not count against the page limit). This Sources Sought Synopsis is for market research only. Interested parties shall state the size of their business in regards to NAICS code 541330 for the LISC OM&S requirements in section III.


2. Submit the SOC in either PDF format or Microsoft Word format via 2 CDs and one hard copy to the Contracting Officer Francis Whalen by the Response Due Date: 23 Apr 2012, 4:00 PM PDT.


SMC/RNK Attn: Francis Whalen
483 N Aviation Blvd Bldg 270
El Segundo CA 90245


Questions: All communication associated with this Sources Sought Synopsis shall be submitted in writing to the primary POC, Francis Whalen, via email at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil, and to the alternate, Andrew Doud, via email at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil.



IV. NAICS Code / Small Business Consideration & Product Service Code for LISC OM&S Requirements: The NAICS Code for the LISC OM&S requirements is 541330 - Engineering Services, with a Small Business size standard of $35.5 million; the Product Service Code for this scope is R425 - Engineering and Technical Services. Responses from small business and small disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Each firm responding should indicate if it is a small business, socially and economically disadvantaged business, 8(a) firm, HUBZone, historically black college, or minority institution. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310-653-1108.



V. Declaration: This synopsis is not a formal solicitation and will not be used to develop a bidders list. Failure to submit a Statement of Capability in response to this Sources Sought Synopsis will not preclude potential offerors from submitting a proposal in response to a Request for Proposal (RFP). Please be advised this is a Sources Sought Synopsis only, and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.



VI. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.



VII. Contracting Office Address:
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missile Systems Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245.

Added: Apr 09, 2012 8:33 pm

Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)
Operations Support Small Business Set-Aside (SBSA)
Sources Sought Synopsis



I. Description:


1. The Government intends to award two contracts consisting of separate portions of the scope of effort comprising the comprehensive LISC acquisition: one contract comprising core LTRS Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment activities (LISC OM&S) (full and open competition), and one contract comprising LTRS Operations Support areas (LISC Ops Support) (small business set-aside). The purpose of this Sources Sought Synopsis is to seek potential small business prime contractors for the LISC Ops Support effort.



II. LISC Operations Support Small Business Set-Aside Contract:


1. The contemplated LISC Ops Support SBSA contract is intended to provide the Government with a single small business prime contractor responsible and accountable for the areas of Administrative Support Communications for Eastern Range (ER) & Western Range (WR), Comptroller IT Support, and Elements of Downrange Base Operating Support (DBOS) for ER. Specifically, the contemplated LISC Ops Support contract effort is intended to consist of the following task areas as referenced in the attachment labeled LISC Ops Support Draft Performance Work Statement (Ops Support PWS):


A. Provide Mission Support Communications (Ops Support PWS Sections 3.1 & 3.2)

B. Provide Downrange Base Operating Support (DBOS) (ER Only) (Ops Support PWS Section 3.3)

C. Provide Specialized Support (Ops Support PWS Section 3.4)


2. The purpose of this Sources Sought Synopsis is to determine whether the contemplated LISC Ops Support scope could be set aside under NAICS Code 561210 - Facilities Support Services. Small businesses intending to respond to this Sources Sought Synopsis are advised that the contemplated LISC Ops Support contract is intended to be a full set-aside to small business, and FAR 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting, will apply and be included in a resulting contract, wherein at least 50 percent of the cost of contract performance shall be incurred for personnel of the small business prime. There are no provisions under FAR 15 or otherwise to allow small business primes to use their small business team members / subcontractors as part of the percentage. For clarity, the entity whose name appears on the contract is required to perform 50% using employees of that entity, whether they be a sole proprietor or a formal or informal joint venture.


3. Qualified sources should submit an unclassified Statement of Capability (SOC) demonstrating their experience and capability in any (A, B, or C) or all (A-C) of the anticipated task areas listed above and described in the attached LISC Ops Support PWS. As part of the SOC, potential Offerors should demonstrate their capability to perform these tasks across geographically-dispersed locations as outlined in the LISC Ops Support Draft PWS.


NOTE: The Government considers tasks included under Program Management Requirements (LISC Ops Support Draft PWS Section 2) to be standard requirements applicable to Government contracts. Respondents need not include these tasks in the SOC unless any portion of these requirements cannot be met.


Additionally, if teaming with other contractors is anticipated, qualified sources must list the other contractors' names, business sizes, experience and capabilities for their allocated task areas, and the percentage of the work for which each team member will be responsible, including the potential small business prime contractor.


4. The Government further requests industry feedback on the above approach. Specifically, the Government requests that industry provide recommendations for strategies and methods to maximize cooperation between the two potential LISC prime contractors (LISC OM&S and LISC Ops Support) (e.g. incentive structures, clauses, Associate Contractor Agreements, or other methods) while minimizing mission assurance risk, inefficiencies, and redundancies.



III. Additional Instructions & Information:


1. The SOC shall not exceed 25 pages in total length. All responses must conform to 8.5x11 inch pages, with font no smaller than 12 point and 1-inch margins (the SOC cover page / table of contents pages will not count against the page limit). This Sources Sought Synopsis is for market research only. Interested parties shall state the size of their business in regards to NAICS Code 561210 - Facilities Support Services.


2. Submit the SOC in either PDF format or Microsoft Word format via 2 CDs and one hard copy to the Contracting Officer Francis Whalen by the Response Due Date: 23 Apr 2012, 4:00 PM PDT.


SMC/RNK Attn: Francis Whalen
483 N Aviation Blvd Bldg 270
El Segundo CA 90245


Questions: All communication associated with this Sources Sought Synopsis shall be submitted in writing to the primary POC, Francis Whalen, via email at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil, and to the alternate, Andrew Doud, via email at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil.



IV. NAICS Code / Small Business Consideration & Product Service Code for LISC Ops Support Requirements: The NAICS Code for the LISC Ops Support requirements is 561210 - Facilities Support Services, with a Small Business size standard of $35.5 million; the Product Service Code for this scope is M127 - Operation of Government-Owned Electronic and Communications Systems Facilities. Responses from small business and small disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Each firm responding should indicate if it is a small business, socially and economically disadvantaged business, 8(a) firm, HUBZone, historically black college, or minority institution. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310-653-1108.



V. Declaration: This synopsis is not a formal solicitation and will not be used to develop a bidders list. Failure to submit a Statement of Capability in response to this Sources Sought Synopsis will not preclude potential offerors from submitting a proposal in response to a Request for Proposal (RFP). Please be advised this is a Sources Sought Synopsis only, and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.


In addition to determining whether the LISC Ops Support requirements could be set aside for small business under NAICS Code 561210 - Facilities Support Services, the Government may also use information submitted by respondents to this Sources Sought Synopsis to assist in further developing the LISC acquisition strategy.



VI. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.



VII. Contracting Office Address:
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missile Systems Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245.

Added: Apr 10, 2012 8:24 pm

OO-ALC / SMC LISC OM&S PPP Site Visit


Purpose:
The Ogden Air Logistics Center (OO-ALC), Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in conjunction with the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Spacelift Range and Network Systems Division (SMC/RN), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, intends to host a Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment (OM&S) Public-Private Partnering (PPP) Site Visit on 23-24 April 2012 at Hill Air Force Base, Ogden, Utah.


The purpose of the LISC OM&S PPP Site Visit is to provide information about the capabilities offered by OO-ALC in support of the contemplated LISC OM&S scope of effort, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2466, Limitations on the Performance of Depot-Level Maintenance of Materiel.


The LISC OM&S PPP Site Visit is open to potential prime Offerors to the contemplated LISC OM&S contract (and their designated team members) only and will include a series of capability briefings and tours of the OO-ALC facilities on 23 April 2012, as well as one-on-one sessions on 24 April 2012.


The briefings / tours are expected to be held from 0730 to 1545 on 23 April. A draft agenda is attached to this announcement. One-on-one sessions will begin on the morning of 24 April and will each last 45 minutes. Such sessions will be considered proprietary and will be conducted in a confidential environment.


OO-ALC and SMC/RN look forward to engaging industry on the LISC PPP initiative in this forum.



Registration:
All parties intending to participate must complete the attached Registration Form and submit the Form to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via email no later than 17 April 2012. Upon registration, participants will be provided local area maps and information, as well as a final agenda when such becomes available.


Access to Hill Air Force Base is restricted. Attendees must be United States citizens or legal residents. In addition, attendees must present current photo identification information matching the information submitted via the Registration Form to gain entry into the event. Participants are restricted to no more than four attendees at the briefings / tours on 23 April and four attendees at the one-on-one sessions on 24 April; such attendees need not be the same on each date. This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required.


Coordinate and schedule one-on-one sessions via email with the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact no later than 17 April 2012.


Background:
In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, SMC/RN is contemplating a long-term, follow-on acquisition that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract into two enterprise-focused contracts - LISC OM&S and LISC Operations Support. This Site Visit is focused on the LISC OM&S effort.


A DRAFT Request for Proposal was released by SMC on 16 December 2011.



NAICS Code / Small Business Consideration:
The NAICS Code for the LISC OM&S requirements is 541330 - Engineering Services, with a small business size standard of $35.5 million. The Product Service Code for this scope is R425 - Engineering and Technical Services. Participation from qualified small businesses and small disadvantaged businesses is highly encouraged. The small business point of contact is Mr Willard Strozier at 310-653-1108.


Declaration:
This event is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to a Request for Proposal.



Primary Point of Contact / Contracting Office Address:
All communication associated with this OO-ALC / SMC LISC OM&S Site Visit shall be submitted in writing to the primary point of contact, Mr Andrew Doud, at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil, and to the alternate point of contact, LISC PCO Mr Francis Whalen, at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil.


Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missile Systems Center, Building 270, 2nd Floor, 483 North Aviation Boulevard, El Segundo, California, 90245.

Added: Apr 16, 2012 9:14 pm

LISC Delta Draft RFP Package

SMC/RN has posted its LISC Delta Draft RFP package to the LISC Bidders' Library (https://www.liscbidderslibrary.com). This update package consists of the following draft documents: Performance Work Statement (PWS) Version 9.1 (including a list of draft Workload Factors), Compliance and Constraints Document (CCD) Version 9.1, Incentive Plan, Award Fee Plan, Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP), Contract Data Requirements List, (CDRLs), and Sections L & M.

Please note that these documents do not reflect the contemplated LISC acquisition strategy of two separate contract awards - LISC Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment (OM&S) (full and open competition) and LISC Operations Support (Ops Support) (small business set-aside). Rather, the documents reflect the complete LISC scope. Pending analysis of responses to the two Sources Sought Synopses posted to FBO on 9 April 2012, the Government expects to release separate Draft RFPs reflecting a final delineation of the complete LISC scope amongst the two separate contracts at a later date.

Additional documentation will continue to be posted to the LISC Bidders' Library as it matures.

In addition, SMC/RN has attached to this announcement (as well as posted to the LISC Bidders' Library) a partial list of questions and responses generated by the LISC Industry Day on 12-13 January 2012. This list will be added to as more responses are finalized.

Added: Jun 20, 2012 8:28 pm

Launch & Test Range System (LTRS)
Integrated Support Contract for Operations Support (LISC OS)
Small Business Industry Day


Purpose
The purpose of the LISC Small Business Industry Day is to provide interested parties with familiarization of the contemplated LISC Strategy (particularly as it relates to the intended Small Business Set Aside, LISC OS) and the Launch Ranges. This event is intended to follow the anticipated, forthcoming release of Draft Request for Proposals for LISC OS and LISC OM&S.

This will be a one-day event, to be held on 12 July 2012 at The Aerospace Corporation, 2310 E. El Segundo Blvd, El Segundo, California, Bldg A-1, Titan-IV A/B Conference Rooms.

Briefings will cover the LISC acquisition, Eastern Launch Range Mission and Support, and Western Launch Range Mission and Support.

Non-participants will NOT be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


Background
In partnership with the 30th and 45th Space Wings, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Spacelift Range and Network Systems Division (RN), Los Angeles Air Force Base, California is contemplating the feasibility of acquiring a long-term, follow-on contract that would consolidate the existing Spacelift Range System Contract (SLRS) contract, the Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract.


As a component of the LISC acquisition, SMC/RN intends to establish a separate Small Business Set Aside contract (LISC OS) comprising a defined scope of the consolidated effort.


The contemplated LISC OS will fall under Product Service Code M127 (Operation of Government-Owned Electronic and Communications Systems Facilities) and NAICS Code 561210 (Facilities Support Services) (Small Business Size Standard of $35.5M).


Declaration
This publication is for information only and does not constitute a Request for Proposal or a change to a Draft Request for Proposal. The Air Force will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. In addition, non-participants will not be excluded from submitting a proposal in response to an RFP.


Registration
Registration is open to all interested parties, including potential Offerors for the contemplated LISC OM&S, and each company may send five (5) attendees. Depending on community response, the number of attendees permitted may be reduced due to facility limitations. Changes will be posted to FBO.


- Companies intending to participate must complete the attached LSBID Registration form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 27 June 2012.


- In addition, for Aerospace Campus access purposes, companies intending to participate must complete the attached LSBID Visit Request Information Form and submit it to the Primary and Alternate Points of Contact via e-mail no later than 1600 PST, 27 June 2012.


Attendees who are U.S. Citizens must present a CURRENT, GOVERNMENT-ISSUED photo ID (ex. driver's license, military ID, or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form and Visit Request information form to gain entry into the event. (Park in Conference Parking and follow signs to event)


Attendees who are Resident Aliens must present a valid Alien Registration Card (Green Card) in addition to CURRENT, GOVERNMENT-ISSUED photo ID (ex. driver's license, military ID, or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form and Visit Request information form to gain entry into the event. (Park in Conference Parking and follow signs to event)


Attendees who are Foreign Nationals must present a CURRENT, GOVERNMENT-ISSUED photo ID (ex. driver's license, military ID, or passport) matching the attendee information submitted via the Registration Form and Visit Request information form to gain entry into the event. (Park in Visitor Center-2 Parking and go to Visitor Center-2 to sign in and meet escort)


This is an UNCLASSIFIED event; no clearances are required.


Restrictions
No Videography, Photography, or Electronic Recording (including cell phones) shall be allowed inside the venue. No cameras are allowed inside of the conference area, including cell phones with cameras. All electronic devices will be OFF during events / briefings.


Due to limited available parking for this event, participants are asked to carpool to the greatest extent possible. Parking will be on a first come, first served basis.


No Outside Food or Drink is allowed in the Aerospace Conference Facility

DRAFT AGENDA (Subject to Change)
Time (PST)
     Topic
0715              Check-in @ A-1 Conference Center
0750              Take seats in Titan-IVA/B C/R
0800              Admin/Safety/Break/Restroom Info/Event Schedule
0810              ROE
0815              Welcome SMC/CD
0820              Welcome RN/CC
0835              LISC Overview / Acquisition Status
0850              LISC Small Business Strategy
0905              BREAK
0930              45SW Mission Brief
0945              Det 1 (Antigua Isl, 45SW) Mission Brief
1000              Det 2 (Ascension Air Station, 45SW) Mission Brief
1015              ER Downrange / CCAFS Ops / DBOS Intro
1030              ER Admin Communications
1045              ER Downrange Medical
1100              30 SW Mission Brief
1115              WR Admin Comm
1130              Q&A Session Directions
1135              BREAK
1215              Q&A Session
1300              Closing Remarks


_______________________________________________________

Directions to Aerospace Corporation, 2310 E. El Segundo Blvd, El Segundo, California, Bldg A-1, Titan-IVA/B Conference Rooms:


U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens should enter the Aerospace Campus gate located on the East side of Douglas Street, South of the El Segundo Blvd & Douglas St intersection. Security will direct you toward Conference parking. Signs will direct attendees from the parking area to the A-1 building and event location.


Foreign Nationals should enter the Aerospace Campus gate located on the East side of Douglas Street, South of the El Segundo Blvd & Douglas St intersection. Security will direct you toward Visitor Center #2 (VC2) parking. You MUST sign in and meet your assigned escort at VC2. Your escort will lead you from VC2 to the A-1 building and LSBID location. Foreign Nationals MUST be escorted at all times while on the Aerospace Campus.


Also, see Maps attached to this FBO Announcement.


Attendees are restricted to the conference and parking areas and the path between these areas. All other portions of the Aerospace Campus are off limits to attendees. Failure to comply with these directions may result in removal from the Aerospace Campus.

_________________________________________________________________

Point of Contact Information
(Please send submissions & correspondence to both the Primary & Alternate Points of Contact)


Primary Point of Contact: Mr. Andrew Doud, andrew.doud@us.af.mil or (310) 653-1517.
Alternate Point of Contact: Mr. Frank Whalen, francis.whalen@us.af.mil or (310) 653-1591.


Department of the Air Force
Air Force Space Command
SMC/RNK, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor
483 N. Aviation Blvd.
El Segundo, CA, 90245



***REMINDER - REGISTRATION FORMS AND VISIT REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE PRIMARY & ALTERNATE POINTS OF CONTACT NLT 1600 PST, 27 JUNE 2012. ***

Added: Jun 22, 2012 9:34 pm

LISC OM&S Draft RFP


I. Description / Purpose: The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) hereby posts a Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) for Operations, Maintenance, and Support (LISC OM&S). The Draft RFP package is attached hereto in the compressed file entitled "LISC OMS Draft RFP 22 June 2012."


In addition to this Draft RFP package, additional materials related to the LISC acquisition are available at the LISC Bidders' Library website (https://www.liscbidderslibrary.com/home) for industry awareness and review.


Please reference the included cover letter document, "2012.06.22 Draft RFP FA8811-12-R-0001", which describes the Government's intent with the release of this Draft RFP and also contains a list of the associated documents.


For instructions on how to access the Bidders' Library, please reference the LISC Federal Business Opportunities (FBO), Solicitation Number 09-49, posting of 3 February 2011 entitled LISC Bidders' Library Instructions.



II. NAICS Code/Small Business Consideration: The NAICS Code is 541330 with a Small Business size standard of $35.5 million. Responses from small business and small, disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Firms responding should indicate if they are small businesses, socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310.653.1108.



III. Declaration: This is not a formal solicitation. Please be advised this is a Request for Information only and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.



IV. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.



V. Contracting Office Address: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missiles System Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245



VI. Response Classification: Respondents shall provide a non-proprietary and unclassified response to this Draft RFP. Any proprietary or classified response(s) will be returned unread. All questions and answers will be posted to FBO.



VII. Response Format: Respondents shall provide feedback via the attached Comment Resolution Matrix (CRM). Formatting and page layout settings shall be retained (page size shall be 8.5 x 11; font shall be 12 pt. Times New Roman; margins shall be 1 inch).


The Government will not accept company literature or marketing materials in response to this Draft RFP.



VIII. Submission Instructions: Submit an electronic copy of the CRM in Microsoft Excel format to the Primary Point of Contact. Hard copy responses will not be accepted.



IX. Questions: All communications associated with this Draft RFP shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contact.



X. Point of Contact:
Primary: Mr. Andrew Doud, Contract Specialist, at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1517
Alternate: Mr. Frank Whalen, Contracting Officer, at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1591

Added: Jun 22, 2012 9:46 pm
New FBO Location for LISC Operations Support

From this point forward, all information related to the separately-contracted LISC Operations Support Small Business Set-Aside (LISC OS) will be posted to the FBO Notice at Solication Number 12-80, at the following link: https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/SMCSMSC/12-80/listing.html.


A Draft RFP for LISC OS has been posted at that location.


LISC OM&S information will continue to be posted at this location.

Added: Sep 11, 2012 9:10 pm

Draft RFP # 3


I.  Description / Purpose:  The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) hereby posts a Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) for Operations, Maintenance, and Support (LISC OM&S).  The Draft RFP package is attached hereto in the compressed file entitled "Draft RFP #3."


In addition to this Draft RFP package, additional materials related to the LISC acquisition are available at the LISC Bidders' Library website (https://www.liscbidderslibrary.com/home) for industry awareness and review.


Please reference the included cover letter document, "2012.09.10 Draft RFP FA8811-12-R-0001", which describes the Government's intent with the release of this Draft RFP.


For instructions on how to access the Bidders' Library, please reference the LISC Federal Business Opportunities (FBO), Solicitation Number 09-49, posting of 3 February 2011 entitled LISC Bidders' Library Instructions.


SMC/RN has also posted the List of Registrants and the Briefing Slides for the LISC Small Business Industry Day that took place on 12 July 2012 to the LISC OS FBO page, https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/SMCSMSC/12-80/listing.html.



II.  NAICS Code/Small Business Consideration:  The NAICS Code is 541330 with a Small Business size standard of $35.5 million.  Responses from small business and small, disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged.   Firms responding should indicate if they are small businesses, socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions.  The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310.653.1108.



III.  Declaration:  This is not a formal solicitation.  Please be advised this is a Request for Information only and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of this information.



IV.  Place of Performance:  Multiple locations.



V.  Contracting Office Address:  Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missiles System Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245



VI.  Response Classification:  Respondents shall provide a non-proprietary and unclassified response to this Draft RFP.  Any proprietary or classified response(s) will be returned unread. All questions and answers will be posted to FBO.



VII.  Response Format:  Respondents shall provide feedback via the attached Comment Resolution Matrix (CRM).  Formatting and page layout settings shall be retained (page size shall be 8.5 x 11; font shall be 12 pt. Times New Roman; margins shall be 1 inch).


The Government will not accept company literature or marketing materials in response to this Draft RFP.



VIII.  Submission Instructions:  Submit an electronic copy of the CRM in Microsoft Excel format to the Primary Point of Contact.  Hard copy responses will not be accepted.



IX.  Questions:  All communications associated with this Draft RFP shall be submitted via email to the Primary Point of Contact.



X. Points of Contact:
Primary: Mr. Andrew Doud, Contract Specialist, at andrew.doud@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1517
Alternate: Mr. Frank Whalen, Contracting Officer, at francis.whalen@losangeles.af.mil, or 310.653.1591

Added: Oct 31, 2012 12:04 pm

Responses to Industry Feedback


SMC/RN has attached to this announcement a partial list of responses to feedback received. This list will be added to as more responses are finalized.

Added: Nov 09, 2012 12:35 pm
Responses to Industry Feedback
SMC/RN has attached to this announcement another partial list of responses to feedback received. This list will be added to as more responses are finalized.
Added: Nov 28, 2012 5:11 pm
Request for Information regarding Public-Private Partnering:

During the process of finalizing the LISC OM&S RFP, a review of the Centers of Industrial and Technical Excellence (CITE) designations indicates that more than one organic depot may be capable of performing tasks necessary for LISC OM&S.  Thus, more than one organic depot could potentially be utilized to meet the LISC OM&S Public-Private Partnership (PPP) requirements established in the Performance Work Statement (PWS).  The most recent version of the LISC OM&S draft RFP stated that Offerors may only utilize one organic depot in developing their proposals: Ogden Air Logistics Center (OO-ALC).


a.  Is this constraint problematic?
b.  Are any potential Offerors planning to utilize other organic depots?


The Government requests that interested potential Offerors for the LISC OM&S effort provide a short (one page or less should suffice) response to this Public-Private Partnering issue.  Please provide the response via email to Andrew Doud (Andrew.Doud@us.af.mil) no later than 4:00 pm (1600) Pacific Time on Wednesday, 5 December 2012.

Added: Dec 07, 2012 9:24 pm Modified: Dec 07, 2012 9:33 pmTrack Changes
LISC OM&S Schedule Update

The Government expects that the LISC OM&S RFP will be released in the second quarter of FY13.

Added: Dec 11, 2012 7:22 pm
Notification of Bundling

Pursuant to DFARS 205.205-70, Notification of Bundling of DoD Contracts, the Air Force hereby provides notification to interested parties of its intent to bundle requirements currently performed under the Eastern Range Technical Services (ERTS) contract, the Western Range Operations, Communications, and Information (WROCI) contract, and the Spacelift Range Systems Contract (SLRSC) into the planned Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) for Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment (LISC OM&S).  In bundling these requirements, the Air Force expects to achieve the following benefits: (1) a single contractor accountable for Range operational availability; (2) improved individual Range responsiveness resulting from streamlined processes on each Range; (3) improved enterprise responsiveness resulting from streamlined processes between Ranges; and (4) cost savings resulting from more efficient processes and manpower utilization.  The Air Force has determined that the benefits derived from the bundled contract structure are expected to be measurably substantial and are critical to the mission success of the LTRS.

The LISC OM&S RFP is expected to be released in the second quarter of Government Fiscal Year 2013.
Added: Jan 04, 2013 6:18 pm

Draft RFP # 4


I. Description / Purpose: The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) hereby posts a Draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) for Operations, Maintenance, and Support (LISC OM&S). The Draft RFP package is attached hereto in the compressed file entitled "Draft RFP #4."


In addition to this Draft RFP package, additional materials related to the LISC OM&S acquisition are available at the LISC Bidders' Library website (https://www.liscbidderslibrary.com/home) for industry awareness and review.


Please reference the included cover letter document, "2013.01.04 Draft RFP FA8811-13-R-0001", which describes the Government's intent with the release of this Draft RFP.


For instructions on how to access the Bidders' Library, please reference the LISC Federal Business Opportunities (FBO), Solicitation Number 09-49, posting of 3 February 2011 entitled LISC Bidders' Library Instructions.



II. NAICS Code / Small Business Consideration: The NAICS Code is 541330 with a Small Business size standard of $35.5 million. Responses from small business and small, disadvantaged business firms are highly encouraged. Firms responding should indicate if they are small businesses, socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, HUBZone, historically black colleges, and minority institutions. The Small Business point of contact is Mr. Willard Strozier at 310.653.1108.



III. Declaration: This is not a formal solicitation. Please be advised this is a Draft RFP only and does not obligate the Government to reimburse any cost associated with preparation and/or submission of information in relation to this Draft RFP.



IV. Place of Performance: Multiple locations.



V. Contracting Office Address: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Space Command, SMC/RNK - Space and Missiles System Center, Bldg. 270, 2nd Floor, 483 N Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, CA, 90245



VI. Points of Contact:
Primary: Mr. Andrew Doud, Contract Specialist, at andrew.doud@us.af.mil, or 310.653.1517.
Alternate: Mr. Charles Briggs, Division Chief of Contracting, at charles.briggs@us.af.mil, or 310.653.2864.

Added: Feb 12, 2013 9:29 pm
Responses to Industry Feedback / Updated Draft Instructions to Offerors / Updated Draft Evaluation Factors for Award

SMC/RN has attached to this announcement (1) a partial listing of responses to feedback received, (2) an updated Draft Instructions to Offerors, and (3) an updated Draft Evaluation Factors for Award. As in Draft RFP #4, certain information contained in the Draft Instructions to Offerors and the Draft Evaluation Factors for Award has been redacted; complete versions of these documents are available in the LISC Bidders' Library.


Interested parties are reminded that all documents posted to this location - including documents previously posted - are of Draft maturity. While the information presented reflects the Government's intentions at the time of posting, it is not binding. When released, only the actual Request for Proposal reflects the final requirements, terms, and conditions for this acquisition.

Added: Feb 28, 2013 8:21 pm
Notice of Proposed Contract Action / Responses to Industry Feedback / Updated Draft Instructions to Offerors / Updated Draft Evaluation Factors for Award

The Government has publicized a Notice of Proposed Contract Action for the planned LISC OM&S solicitation at https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USAF/AFSC/SMCSMSC/FA8811-13-R-0001/listing.html, "FA8811-13-R-0001 Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) for Operations, Maintenance, and Sustainment (LISC OM&S)."  The formal solicitation will also be posted to that location; however, the Government will continue to use this location, "09-49, Launch & Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC)," for additional informational posts - such as responses to industry feedback - up until the time of formal solicitation release.

Attached to this announcement are (1) a partial listing of responses to feedback received, (2) an updated Draft Instructions to Offerors, and (3) an updated Draft Evaluation Factors for Award.  As in Draft RFP #4, certain information contained in the Draft Instructions to Offerors and the Draft Evaluation Factors for Award has been redacted; complete versions of these documents are available in the LISC Bidders' Library.

The Government has benefitted greatly from the extensive engagement and feedback from industry.  However, as RFP release approaches, the Government will likely no longer be able to adjudicate feedback received and incorporate it into the RFP package when warranted.  Therefore, please submit all remaining questions / comments no later than Wednesday, 6 March 2013.  Questions and comments received after this date may or may not be answered.  Please also note that this final call for feedback is in lieu of the previously-discussed one-on-one sessions to be held with potential Offerors; no additional one-on-one sessions prior to RFP release are expected at this time.

Interested parties are reminded that all documents posted to this location - including documents previously posted - are of Draft maturity.  While the information presented reflects the Government's intentions at the time of posting, it is not binding.  When released, only the actual Request for Proposal reflects the final requirements, terms, and conditions for this acquisition.
Added: Mar 01, 2013 6:25 pm
Additional Insight on the Total Evaluated Price

The Total Evaluated Price (TEP), described in Attachment 19 to the Draft LISC OM&S RFP, Evaluation Factors for Award, is determined using a weighted calculation.  The purpose of this calculation is to emphasize earlier efficiencies and innovations arising from the consolidation of requirements.

-  In accordance with paragraph 8.0.b.ii of Draft Attachment 19, proposals must still comply with the 1.5% increase limits across performance periods.

-  The initial performance period is weighted at only 5% in recognition of the fact that the consolidation of requirements and change to contract type may introduce a certain initial volatility and uncertainty.  The weighting allows Offerors the ability to price in more risk without significantly impacting their TEP.  The Offeror should be able to implement efficiencies starting no later than the second performance period.

-  Offerors are still required to meet the ceiling compliance factors for all fiscal years as explained in paragraph 8.0.c of Draft Attachment 19.
Added: Mar 18, 2013 4:51 pm

SMC/RN has attached to this announcement a partial listing of responses to feedback received. Interested parties are reminded that all documents posted to this location including documents previously posted are of DRAFT maturity. While the information presented reflects the Government's intentions at the time of posting, it is not binding.  When released, only the actual Request for Proposal reflects the final requirements, terms, and conditions for this acquisition. 

Added: Mar 19, 2013 7:52 pm
SMC/RN has attached to this announcement a partial listing of responses to feedback received. Interested parties are reminded that all documents posted to this location including documents previously posted are of DRAFT maturity. While the information presented reflects the Government's intentions at the time of posting, it is not binding. When released, only the actual Request for Proposal reflects the final requirements, terms, and conditions for this acquisition.

 

Added: Apr 12, 2013 2:36 pm
Bidders' Library Technical Issues

The LISC Bidders' Library has recently experienced some technical issues.  The Government believes these issues have been resolved.  Full access to the Bidders' Library should be restored for all users.

If any user is still experiencing difficulty, the following steps may be useful for those utilizing Internet Explorer:  (1) Under the "Tools" drop down menu, select "Internet Options;" (2) Under the "Content" tab, select "Clear SSL State."

If after taking these steps any user continues to experience difficulty, please contact the Primary Point of Contact listed below.
Please consult the list of document viewers if you cannot open a file.

LISC Sources Sought Synopsis

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Sources Sought Synopsis
Posted Date:
July 28, 2009
Description: LISC Sources Sought Synopsis

RFI #2 - Small Business Participation

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
RFI #2 - Small Business Participation
Posted Date:
November 25, 2009
Description: This is the draft LISC PWS for use in preparing responses to this RFI. This PWS remains a work in progress and is subject to substantial revision prior to final release with the RFP.
Description: This file contains the full text of the Launch and Test Range System (LTRS) Integrated Support Contract (LISC) Request For Information (RFI) #2 - Small Business Participation

Responses to Questions

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Questions
Posted Date:
December 1, 2009
Description: This file contains a clarification to RFI #2 - Small Business Participation in order to answer questions received by industry since the RFI posting on 25 Nov. All who plan to respond to the RFI should review these clarifications prior to responding.

Responses to Questions

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Questions
Posted Date:
December 10, 2009
Description: The attached file contains the answer to a question regarding which denominator to use to calculate the percentage of "complex and meaningful" small business participation. All who intend to respond to this RFI should view this file prio to responding.

Special Notice2 - Industry Day Announcement

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Special Notice2 - Industry Day Announcement
Posted Date:
March 25, 2010
Description: This document contains a synopsis of the first LISC industry day, as well as registration requirments.
Description: All attendees must complete this form and sumbit it to the Primary POC by COB 5 April, 2010.

Industry Day 1 slides, attendee list and Q&A responses

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Industry Day 1 slides, attendee list and Q&A responses
Posted Date:
April 29, 2010
Description: List of LISC Industry Day 1 attendees. The LB tab has the list of large businesses that atteneded; the SB tab has the list of small businesses.
Description: List of questions asked before and during Industry Day 1 and the corresponding answers.
Description: Slides presented at LISC Industry Day 1

Amended Industry Day 1 attendee list

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Amended Industry Day 1 attendee list
Posted Date:
April 30, 2010
Description: Amended Industry Day 1 attendee list

RFI #3 & DRAFT PWS

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
RFI #3 & DRAFT PWS
Posted Date:
July 1, 2010
LISC RFI #3.pdf (20.44 Kb)
Description: Request for Information - Incentives/Contract Duration and Small Business Opportunities
Description: DRAFT - Performance Work Statement 1 Jul 2010 - DRAFT

Amendment 1

Type:
Mod/Amendment
Posted Date:
July 9, 2010
Description: RFI#3 revised to reflect changed NAICS code and amended response date

Responses to Questions

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Questions
Posted Date:
July 14, 2010
Description: Clarification #1 to RFI#3

Responses to Questions

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Questions
Posted Date:
July 19, 2010
Description: Clarification #2 to LISC RFI#3

Sources Sought Synopsis #2

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Sources Sought Synopsis #2
Posted Date:
January 7, 2011
Description: LISC SSS #2 detailed instructions.

LISC RFI #4

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC RFI #4
Posted Date:
May 6, 2011
Description: LISC RFI #4 Instructions
Description: LISC Draft PWS -Version 7.6.6.2
LISC Draft CDRLs.pdf (15,283.75 Kb)
Description: LISC Draft CDRLs

Industry Day #2

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Industry Day #2
Posted Date:
December 22, 2011
Description: Registration Form
Description: Ft MacArthur Map

LISC Site Visits

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Site Visits
Posted Date:
January 17, 2012
Description: LISC Site Visit Registration Form
Description: LISC Site Visit Request Form

LISC Industry Day #2 Registrant List, Briefing Slides, and List of Potential Prime Offerors

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Industry Day #2 Registrant List, Briefing Slides, and List of Potential Prime Offerors
Posted Date:
January 20, 2012
Description: LISC Industry Day #2 Registrant List
Description: LISC Industry Day #2 Briefing Slides
Description: List of Potential LISC Prime Offerors

LISC Site Visit Forms

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Site Visit Forms
Posted Date:
January 20, 2012
Description: LISC Site Visit Registration Form
Description: LISC Site Visit Information Form

LISC Draft Performance Work Statement V9

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Draft Performance Work Statement V9
Posted Date:
April 9, 2012
Description: LISC Draft Performance Work Statement V9

LISC Ops Support Draft Performance Work Statement

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Ops Support Draft Performance Work Statement
Posted Date:
April 9, 2012
Description: LISC Ops Support Draft Performance Work Statement

Public Private Partnering Site Visit - Ogden ALC

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Public Private Partnering Site Visit - Ogden ALC
Posted Date:
April 10, 2012
Description: LISC OM&S PPP Site Visit DRAFT Agenda
Description: LISC OM&S PPP Site Visit Registration Form

LISC Industry Day Q&A

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC Industry Day Q&A
Posted Date:
April 16, 2012
Description: LISC Industry Day Q&A

Small Business Industry Day

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Small Business Industry Day
Posted Date:
June 20, 2012
Description: Registration Form
Description: Visit Request Information Form
Description: Map - Aerospace Campus
Description: Map - LAX to Aerospace

LISC OM&S Draft RFP 22 June 2012

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC OM&S Draft RFP 22 June 2012
Posted Date:
June 22, 2012
Description: LISC OM&S Draft RFP 22 June 2012

Comment Resolution Matrix

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Comment Resolution Matrix
Posted Date:
June 25, 2012
Description: Comment Resolution Matrix

Draft RFP #3

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Draft RFP #3
Posted Date:
September 11, 2012
Draft RFP #3.zip (5,267.77 Kb)
Description: Draft RFP #3

Responses to Industry Feedback 31 Oct 2012

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Industry Feedback 31 Oct 2012
Posted Date:
October 31, 2012
Description: Responses to Industry Feedback 31 Oct 2012

LISC OM&S Reponses to Industry Feedback 9 Nov 2012

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC OM&S Reponses to Industry Feedback 9 Nov 2012
Posted Date:
November 9, 2012
Description: LISC OM&S Reponses to Industry Feedback 9 Nov 2012

Draft #4

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Draft #4
Posted Date:
January 4, 2013
Draft_RFP__4.zip (5,089.86 Kb)
Description: Draft RFP #4

Responses to Feedback and Draft Documents

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Feedback and Draft Documents
Posted Date:
February 12, 2013
Description: Responses to Industry Feedback
Description: Draft Instructions to Offerors
Description: Draft Evaluation Factors for Award

Responses to Feedback / Updated Documents

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Responses to Feedback / Updated Documents
Posted Date:
February 28, 2013
Description: Responses to Industry Feedback
Description: Updated Draft Instructions to Offerors
Description: Updated Draft Evaluation Factors for Award

LISC OM&S Responses to Industry Feedback

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC OM&S Responses to Industry Feedback
Posted Date:
March 18, 2013
Description: LISC OM&S Government Respsones to industry feedback 18 March 2013

LISC OM&S Responses to Industry Feedback

Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
LISC OM&S Responses to Industry Feedback
Posted Date:
March 19, 2013
Description: LISC OM&S Responses to Indsustry Feedback 19 March 2013
:
483 North Aviation Blvd
El Segundo, California 90245-2808
:
Andrew Doud,
Contract Specialist
Phone: (310) 653-1517
:
William Althoff,
Contracting Officer
Phone: (310) 653-1591