Marine Corps Intelligence Activity posts sources sought notice

USMC 112On September 10, the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) released a sources sought notice for MCIA Command Security System Annual Maintenance And System Upgrades Support. Responses are due via email no later than 4:00pm EDT on September 14.

The Regional Contracting Office is seeking information for potential sources for Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) physical security system (Quintron’s AccessNSite 7.6.0 and also includes the indoor and outdoor security camera system), for facilities located at Hochmuth Hall, and in the Swain Annex Complex Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) located on Marine Corps Base (MCB) Quantico, Virginia.

The contractor shall be certified to work on/with Quintron systems. This requirement is for (1) annual repair and preventative maintenance services of Quintron security system, to include all hardware and software update/patches, (2) bi-annual preventive maintenance calls, emergency/routine repairs services, etc., as required, to maintain a fully functional system; (3) expansion of this system to the newly completed parking garage, located adjacent to MCIA’s two administrative buildings; (4)upgrades to the Intelligence Community Badge Interoperability Program (ICBIP); and (4) replication of the Five Eyes (FVEYs) database efforts for relocation to a separate location.

The requirement is to provide the labor, equipment and supplies required to provide preventive maintenance support for the Command security system and security camera system. The following tasks shall be performed independent of Government supervision, direction, or control:

  1. Provide all necessary labor, supervision, repair parts, maintenance supplies, tools, test equipment, diagnostics, transportation, and other related services to maintain the equipment provided herein.

  2. Provide bi-annual preventive maintenance inspections, to include cleaning all cameras and ensuring all on-site equipment is operating properly

  3. Provide non-emergency on-call, on-site, and/or telephonic trouble support during normal business hours (0800 – 1600 Eastern Standard or Daylight Savings Time).

  4. Provide emergency on-call, on-site, and/or telephonic repair support when required, within 4-hours of notification.

  5. Provide all hardware and software version patches, fixes, and updates that become available for the Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and access control system during the contracted support period.


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