Navy issues C4ISR presolicitation notice
On October 16, the U.S. Navy posted a presolicitation notice for Professional Management Support Services for OPNAV N2N6. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be released on or after November 15.
The NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Norfolk, Contracting Department, Philadelphia Office intends to acquire on a full and open competitive basis analytical, technical, programmatic and financial support services of short and long term duration, or that require unique Naval Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) and Space experience that cannot be supported by the existing federal workforce for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Information Dominance (DCNO N2/N6). The required services are divided into two types: Executive Level, including short-term projects, special studies, strategic analyses support, and high-level briefings; and Basic Level, including analytical, technical, financial management support, programmatic support, data collection, policy review, and process research.
The place of performance will primarily be at the Government’s facilities in Washington, DC metropolitan area to include Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland.
Some work effort may be required to be performed in Millington, TN and Chesapeake/Norfolk/Portsmouth/Virginia Beach/Suffolk/Newport News/Hampton area in southeastern Virginia. The contractor may be required to have a facility in the Northern Virginia metro area to house contractor personnel should the need for personnel exceed those accommodated at the Government facilities.
The specific actions and/or tasks required under this contract will be identified on individual task orders issued under this contract. Travel may be required in support of this requirement and will be identified on individual task orders. Security clearances may be required and will be identified in the solicitation.
The solicitation shall contain a requirement for a base ordering period beginning 30 August 2018 through 29 August 2023. For planning purposes only, it is estimated that the requirement will require 959,040 man-hours of service (83.25 full time equivalents annually) over the life of the contract including a five year ordering period under the program that may continue for six years (one year following the last day of the ordering period). The government is contemplating multiple awards of a cost plus fixed fee, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity type contract. Offerors shall be required to submit both cost and non-cost proposals. The Navy’s evaluation of proposals will consider the offeror’s non-cost proposal more important than the offeror’s cost/price proposal.
Full information is available here.