Notices of Proposed Contract Actions Posted in Accordance with FAR 5.101(a)(2)
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- 541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
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|NAICS CODE:||541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services|
|SUBJECT/TITLE:||Technical Support for a Workshop on Probabilistic Flood Hazard Analysis and Senior Seismic Hazard Assessment Committee Implementation|
|CLOSING RESPONSE DATE:||March 17, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. EST (local time)|
|CONTACT POINT:||Monique B. Williams, telephone (301)287-0870, email Monique.Williams@nrc.gov|
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) intends to award a Purchase Order for expert technical services to support the NRC in developing, conducting and documenting a workshop on application of the Senior Seismic Hazard Assessment Committee (SSHAC) process to probabilistic flood hazard analysis (PFHA).
Period of Performance: Effective Date through September 15, 2014
Place of Performance:
Type of Award: Firm Fixed Price/Cost Reimbursement
BASIS FOR AWARD:
The government will award an order to the offeror whose proposal will offer the best value to the Government, price and other factors considered. Price will not be scored. All evaluation factors other than cost or price, when combined, are significantly more important than cost or price. Price will be evaluated for reasonableness, allowability, and allocability. A price analysis will be performed to determine how well the proposed costs represent what the cost of the contract should be, assuming reasonable economy and efficiency.
Qualifications of Key Personnel (80 points)
Extent to which the offeror demonstrates that the proposed key personnel possess the required qualifications and experience to perform the work described in the statement of work.
Past Performance (20 points)
Extent to which the offeror demonstrates successful past performance and customer satisfaction on contracts similar in size and scope to this procurement during the last three years.
TECHNICAL EVALUATION INSTRUCTIONS:
Qualifications of Key Personnel:
The offerors resume shall address the following: The SSHAC SME must have at least 15 years of specific experience in probabilistic hazard analyses for design and review of critical facilities within regulated environments. The SSHAC SME must also have more than 10 years in leading SSHAC Level 3 and 4 studies for nuclear facilities, including performing Technical Integrator and Technical Facilitator/Integrator roles.
Each contract reference shall be limited to one page in length to include: (a) Contract number; (b) name and address of government agency; (c) brief description of the type of work; (d) Contracting Officer's name, telephone number, and e-mail address; (e) technical representative's name, telephone number, and e-mail address; (f) contract type, period of performance; (g) estimated amount and (h) obligated amount.
In the case of an offeror without a record of relevant past performance or for whom information on past performance is not available, the offeror may not be evaluated favorable or unfavorable on past performance.
The price proposal must be prepared in accordance with the table below. The NRC has provided a travel amount of $5,000 (Not-to-Exceed) that is included in the price schedule. These funds will cover airfare and per diem; these costs will be reimbursed in accordance with the government federal travel regulations.
The offerors must complete the schedule below and include the following in the pricing schedule: fixed hourly rate, level of effort (hours) and totals for each proposed labor category. The offeror must also complete the following certifications in the RFQ: B.6 CONTRACTOR ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST REPRESENTATION and B.7 CURRENT/FORMER AGENCY EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT (OCT 1999).
Level of Effort
*Travel costs are cost reimbursement. The government will pay up to the rates specified in the U.S. Federal Travel Regulation (FTR) for travel destination. No payment will be made without backup documentation/receipts. All travel must be approved in advance by the NRC Contracting Officer's Representative.
For a copy of the RFQ, please contact Monique Williams@nrc.gov.
|SET-ASIDE STATUS:||Small Business|
|NAICS CODE:||721110 – Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels|
|SUBJECT/TITLE:||Division of Construction, Inspection, & Operational Programs (DCIP) Workshop on Vendor Oversight for New Reactor Construction on June 12, 2014|
|PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER:||
|CLOSING RESPONSE DATE:||March 14, 1014 at 5:00pm EST|
|CONTACT POINT:||Nancy Lamon-Kritikos, telephone (301)287-0885, email Nancy.Lamon-Kritikos@nrc.gov|
The venue shall be within a ten minute walk from the intersections of Columbia Street and First Avenue and/or Columbia Street and Naito Parkway, in Portland, Oregon, which will result in being within walking distance to the location of the Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee (NUPIC) meeting being held on June 11, 2014. A majority the NRC workshop participants will also be attending the NUPIC meeting, and, as such, will have accommodations in the vicinity of this location. Therefore, having the NRC workshop within a reasonable walking distance from the NUPIC meeting will facilitate attendance and minimize burden to NRC staff and our stakeholders.
The venue must have the following amenities: suitable conference room(s) with good visibility; business center capabilities; and internet access.
The NRC requires the establishment to have a minimum of a Three Diamond Star rating provided by AAA or a 3.5 Star rating provided by Travelocity, as applicable.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) intends to award a firm fixed price purchase order for conference room rental and audio-visual services the Division of Construction, Inspection, & Operational Programs (DCIP) Workshop on Vendor Oversight for New Reactor Construction. See below for NRC requirements:
Meeting Space Requirements:
For a copy of the RFQ, Statement of Work and Price Schedule please contact Nancy Lamon-Kritikos.
All responsible sources may submit a quotation that, if received before the RFQ closing date and time, shall be considered by the agency.