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28--F119 Engine Lot 10 Advance Procurement

Solicitation Number: FA8611-09-R-2901
Agency: Department of the Air Force
Office: Air Force Material Command
Location: AFLCMC/PK - WPAFB (includes PZ, WL, WW, WI, WN, WK, LP, WF, WK)
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Added: Nov 12, 2008 1:21 pm
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD A SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT - F119 EngineLot 10. This is a pre-solicitation synopsis which is not a request for competitive proposals. The 478 Aeronautical Systems Wing (AESW), Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC), is planning for the procurement of eight (8) with an option for thirty-two (32) additional F119 Install Engines and options for up to 7 Spare Engines for Lot 10. The F119 engine is the power source for the F-22 aircraft being produced by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company (LM Aero), Fort Worth TX. Based on the aforementioned requirements and an assessment of technical and programmatic risk to the Government, a contract award on a Sole Source basis codified via 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and implemented via FAR 6.302-1(a)(1), Only One Responsible Source, is contemplated. United Technologies Corporation, Pratt and Whitney is currently the prime contractor for the F119 Engine production program - Engineering Manufacturing and Development (EMD), Production Representative Test Vehicle (PRTV), PRTV II, Lots 1-5 (Low Rate Initial Production), and Lots 6-9 (Full Rate Initial Production). The eight Lot 10 engines are part of the Production phase of the F-22 program with delivery dates beginning in 2011.

Offerors who are capable of meeting the requirements stated above shall fully identify their interest and submit, in writing, information documenting their qualifications and capabilities to meet the requirements stated above within 5 days after publication of this synopsis. The response for Lot 10 should be concise, program specific and include all of the following areas: (1) possess program management, fabrication/assembly, and quality assurance personnel; (2) possess the material, engineering, factory and test equipment and physical facilities; (3) be a responsible contractor with demonstrated recent total aircraft system responsibility; (4) be capable of delivering qualified engines in accordance with the above schedule; and (5) include in their response to this notice evidence of these capabilities. The offeror shall also indicate their business size status relative to NAICS Code 336412. Re-procurement data is not available. Note that the production of the supplies listed requires a substantial initial investment or an extended period of preparation for manufacture.

If there are any questions with regard to this acquisition, please contact Katie Rasmussen, Contracting Officer, 478 AESW/SYK, (937) 904-5356 or Chris Fitzgerald, Contract Negotiator, 478 AESW/SYK, (937) 904-5314. This synopsis is not to be construed as a commitment on the part of the Government to award a contract nor does the government intend to directly pay for any information or responses submitted as the result of this solicitation.

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