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  1. Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division Detachment Pearl Harbor (NMCEADDETPH)&Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Pearl Harbor (FISCPH) Ammunition Handling and Storage Industry Day 05 May 2011

  2. Agenda • 0830 – 0900 Registration & Check-in • 0900 – 0915 Introduction & Opening Remarks (FISCPH) • 0915 – 0925 NMCEADDETPHIntroduction & Ammunition Handling & Storage Overview • 0925 – 1015 Scope & Performance Work Statement Review (NMCEADDETPH) • 1015 – 1045 Break • 1045 – 1145 Contract Overview and Source Selection (FISCPH) • 1145 – 1200 Closing Remarks

  3. Purpose • To ensure a common understanding of the Government’s requirements • FAR 15.201 • “Exchanges of information among all interested parties, from the earliest identification of a requirement through receipt of proposals, are encouraged…” • “The purpose of exchanging information is to improve the understanding of Government requirements and industry capabilities…and increase efficiency in proposal preparation, proposal evaluation, negotiation, and contract award…”

  4. Industry Day (Ammunition Handling & Storage) Program Director

  5. Ammunition Handling & Storage • NMCEADDETPH Introduction • Overview • Brief History • Mission Statement • Locations • Ammunition Handling & Storage Today • Current initiatives • Current Metrics example • Overview of Performance Work Statement • Conclusion

  6. Lualualei (LLL) ANNEX • Acquired by the Navy in the early 1930’s • Built in 1934, approx 7,500 acre facility about 18 miles from PH • Kolekole Road constructed by Army Corps in early 1930’s • Used for ordnance storage and ordnance production 1934-1974 • Used for ordnance storage 1974- present • Headquarters until relocation to WL in 1999 • 264 above-ground & earth covered magazines • Storage capacity approx. 78,000 short tons • Approx. 110 mags used by Army • 154 mags by Marines/Navy • 74 magazines are empty for various reasons • 1 Helo Pad (Cold Operations)

  7. Aerial Photo ofPearl Harbor Region

  8. LLL Above Ground Magazines (264)

  9. West Loch (WL) ANNEX • 2,600 acre facility located 10 miles from PH • Built between 1934-1941 • 117 above-ground & earth covered magazines • Storage capacity approx. 20,830 short tons • 97 mags used by Marines/Navy/CG • Tenants (20 mags) CENSECFOR, NIOC, Keyport, EOD, MDSU and SDVT • 5 Open pads • 1 Explosive Helo Pad (Hot Operations)

  10. WL Above Ground Magazines (117)

  11. WL Open Pads/Barricades (5)

  12. Waterfront Ops • 5 Ordnance Operational Piers (500’ each) • Ord Ops at WL & PH piers continue to average: • Ships 125 per year • Submarines 200 per year • TWR Ops 120 per year • Cargo Ops 4 per year • RoRo Ops 12 per year • Helo Ops 4 per year • Air Cargo Ops 10 per year

  13. Detachment Summary of Operations FY10 Summary of Ordnance Operations - 249 Surface Ship Operations - 216 Submarine Operation - 1122 Trucks Over the Road - 38,000.0 Tons Moved - 26,000 OIS Transactions - 10,000 End Items Managed - 17,261,672 Items on Hand - 6,173.34 Total Tons on Hand - $845 Million in munitions stored for all services - $1.2 Billion in storage & operational facilities

  14. NMCEADDETPH Introduction • Mission Statement • To safely and effectively receive, store, segregate, issue (RSSI) and maintain ammunition for the joint services. • Vision Statement • To continuously excel in ordnance Management and Explosive Safety with total commitment to customer satisfaction.

  15. Ordnance Facilities OverviewMAP of West Loch, Lualualei, & Pearl Harbor Pearl Harbor Lualualei Branch West Loch Branch

  16. Branches Lualualei Annex Approx 7,500 acres 264 magazines (110 Army) Pearl Harbor (PH) Piers Load/Unload ships & submarines at PHNSY & PH piers West Loch Annex Headquarters Primary operational area Approx 2600 acres with 117 Magazines 2 Explosive Handling Wharves, MK 46 S&I & Missile IMA Tenants: EOD, SDVT, MDSU, NIOC, CENSECFOR, Keyport MK-48 shop Waipio Peninsula Approx 1,412 acres Docking Ramp for Army LSVs

  17. Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division Detachment Pearl Harbor, Hawaii PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

  18. Discussion Topics • General Information • Background • Statement of Objectives • Customers • Scope of Work • Waterfront Operations • Ammunition Offload/On-load • Magazine Operations • Ammunition Receipt/Issues

  19. Discussion Topics(cont’d) • Performance Requirements • OTHER TASKS • Optical Scanning Program (OPSCAN) • Ammunition Distribution & Control (AD&C) • Automated Information System • Wood Packaging Management • Government Furnished items (Facilities & Equipment) • Contractor Furnished Items

  20. Background • Navy Munitions Command, East Asia Division, Detachment Pearl Harbor (NMCEADDETPH) consists of two branches located on the Island of Oahu, State of Hawaii. Its mission is to safely and effectively receive store, segregate, issue and maintain ammunition stock for the military Joint Services. The Lualualei Branch (approximately 7,498 acres) is located 35 miles northwest of the city of Honolulu and the West Loch Branch (comprising two areas, West Loch & Waipio, approximately 2680 and 1412 for a total of 4092 acres) is located about 20 miles west of Honolulu. The combined areas comprise a total of 373 magazines with a storage capacity of approximately 98, 830 short tons. Out of the 373 magazines, 110 magazines are used for Army material at Lualualei.

  21. Background (cont’d) • In addition to these sites, NMCEADDETPH provides pier-side ordnance handling services in the Pearl Harbor Region for Naval and Commercial vessels of all types, domestic and foreign flagged, as well as services to other Joint Service commands at their respective sites. • Historically, operations for the recent year totaled over 26,000 transactions with over thirty-thousand short tons moved during the year, including over 250 surface ship and 200 submarine operations conducted from an inventory of approximately ten thousand (10K) line items managed with an active inventory of approximately seven (7) short tons.

  22. Statement of Objectives • NMCEADDETPH seeks to safely and effectively receive, store, segregate, issue (RSSI) and maintain ammunition for the joint services by means of awarding a contract to a contractor to provide a full range of ordnance handling and management services including labor, materials, equipment, inventory management, receive, inspect, store, issue, transport, load, and manage various types of ammunition, explosives, expendable and technical ordnance material and weapons .

  23. NMCEADDETPH Customers • COMPACFLT • MIDPAC/00531 • CG • CHOSIN • LAKE ERIE • PORT ROYAL • DDG • CHAFEE • CHUNG HOON • HOPPER • OKANE • PAUL HAMILTON • RUSSELL • FFG • CROMMELIN • REUBEN JAMES • FOREIGN SHIPS • AUSTRALIA • CANADA • JAPAN • KOREA • OTHER FOREIGN SHIPS (as required)

  24. NMCEADDETPH Customers • COMSUBPAC - SSNs • SQUADRON 1 • BREMERTON • LA JOLLA • CHARLOTTE • GREENEVILLE • TEXAS • HAWAII • SQUADRON 3 • CHICAGO • JACKSONVILLE • KEY WEST • LOUISVILLE • OLYMPIA • NORTH CAROLINA • SQUADRON 7 • COLUMBUS • CHEYENNE • PASSADENA • TUSCON • SANTA FE • COLUMBIA

  25. NMCEADDETPH Customers • MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND • USNS T-AKE CHARLES DREW • USNS T-AKE MATTHEW PERRY • USNS T-AKE ALAN SHEPARD • USNS T-AKE CHAMBERS • USNS T-ATF NAVAJO • MARINE CORPS • III MEF (Hawaii) • Marine Corps Base HI • AIR FORCE • Hickam AFB • ARMY • Schofield BKS • Ft Shafter • USCG • Barbers Pt (AIR) • Sand Island (SEA)

  26. Customers • Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Kauai • Fleet & Industrial Supply Center (FISC) Pearl Harbor • Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense • RIMPAC (Bi-yearly) • Foreign Military Sales (FMS) • MAERU (Bi-yearly)

  27. Operations Overview ORDNANCE FLOW USNS/MSC SHIP On Island OTR K-Bay, Hickam, Schofield, Shafter AIR K-Bay, Hickam Pier/Wharf ORDNANCE Holding Pad RSS&I Area MAGS SUSPECT CARGO (Segregation) NAVY or Commercial SHIP HELO Pad Air

  28. Scope of Work Waterfront Operations • The Contractor shall have sufficient capability of loading/off-loading a mix of ordnance inventory at each pier-side location and schedule/service the vessels at each pier location per day in accordance with all defined regulations. • The Contractor shall have simultaneous capability to immediately off-load all small arms ordnance as well.

  29. Scope of Work Magazine Operations • The Contractor shall ensure all material in each designated magazine is stored in accordance with all regulations. • The Contractor shall have sufficient capability to arrange for and conduct vehicle offload, stowage, shipment and shipment preparation operations. • The Contractor shall have sufficient capability to receive from or issue to shore and tenant activities by air and/or surface.

  30. Performance Requirements • All work performed by the Contractor shall include but not be limited to the following: • Manage, control and maintain accountability for all aspects of ordnance management including but not limited to, receipts, storage, restow, segregation and issuance. • Use Government furnished facilities and maintain/use Government furnished equipment for its intended purpose only. • Process and complete all documentation for all ordnance received, downloaded, transferred, stored, re-stowed, segregated, re-classified, and issued/shipped, including all movements of ordnance within NMCEADDET PH/Pearl Harbor and/or all other movements as described. • Maintain stock levels in accordance with established regulations and SOP’s. Weapons Station Readiness (WSR) will be the main vehicle to determine stock levels.

  31. Performance Requirements (cont’d) • Operate, maintain and input actions, into an Ordnance Information Systems Retail (OIS-R) website. • Perform prior-to and post-use inspections to ensure ordnance handling equipment is in serviceable condition. • Conduct annual and semi-annual sampling inventories. • Inspect, sentence, and dispose excess ordnance material for retrograde or sale to foreign Governments directed. • Dispose of unserviceable, damaged, excess or dangerous ammunition as directed by the Government. • Provide full support to the Maintenance of Real Property (MRP)/upgrade and perform grid magazine action as required.

  32. Performance Requirements (cont’d) • Process various types of ordnance break-bulk, mil-van container on-loads/off-loads/back-loads. • Cooperate fully in all investigations regarding missing, lost, stolen and recovered ordnance. •  Issue regular reports to Government representatives as required for all aspects of the operations. • Report missing, lost, stolen and recovered material in accordance with regulations and guidelines. • Operate a comprehensive training program and maintain certification/qualifications of Contractor personnel.

  33. Other Tasks • Optical Scanning Program (OPSCAN) • OPSCAN Program requires the gridding of magazines (Navy/Marine Assets Only) • Contractor shall bar code label for all ordnance material • Ammunition Distribution & Control (AD&C) • Processing Notices of Ammunition Reclassifications (NARS) • Automated Information System • Ordnance Information System-Retail (OIS-R) • Wood Packaging Management Program • Contractor shall comply with regulations for Wood Packaging Material

  34. Government Furnished Items • Magazines, Office Buildings, telephones, furniture, barcode scanners, chargers and scanner printers • Computers Support • Ordnance Handling Equipment (OHE) • Slings • Hoist • Lifting Beam • Material Handling Equipment (MHE) • Forklift • Truck Dolly

  35. Contractor Furnished Items • All except as specified under Government Furnished Items • Supplies & Materials • Material handling Equipment – maintenance, repair and replacement shall be borne by the contractor • Transportation – (Administrative & Light Hauling) • Motor or Other Fuels – Required for all equipment used in the performance of this contract.

  36. Possible Changes • Change 5-day 0700 to 1530 hours work week to 4-day 0800 to 1800 hours work week. • Consolidation of munitions and operations from LLL to West Loch in an effort to reduce ordnance footprint at Lualualei in support of: • (1) CINCPACFLT AOR Ordnance Infrastructure Plan dtd Feb 2002 • (2) COMNAVREG HI Ordnance Facilities Plan dtd Apr 2004

  37. Wrap-up

  38. Break

  39. Acquisition Strategy and Source Selection(Mrs. Felicia Heard & Mrs. Elaine Carmody, FISC Pearl Harbor)

  40. Points of Contact FISC Pearl Harbor’s points of contact are: • Mrs. Elaine Carmody, (808) 473-7531 • Elaine.Carmody@navy.mil • Mrs. Felicia Heard, (808) 473-7543 • Felica.Heard@navy.mil • Ms. Kristina Valencia, (808) 473-7936 • Kristina.Valencia@navy.mil

  41. Key Points • Submit all questions and comments, in writing, to the POC’s by 19 May 2011. • Solicitation and any amendments will be published on the NECO web site (www.neco.navy.mil) • Nothing said here today will qualify the terms and conditions of the RFP. • No final decisions have been made in regard to the RFP. • Your questions and comments may be taken into consideration in the development of the RFP.

  42. Estimated Milestones • 16 May 2011: Submit all questions and comments from Industry Day to Mrs. Elaine Carmody, Mrs. Felicia Heard & Ms. Kristina Valencia • 01 June 2011: Issue RFP • 13 June 2011: Site Visits • 1 July 2011: Proposals Due • 23 August 2011: Award w/out Discussions • 31 August 2011: Award w/ Discussions • 01 October 2011: Contract Start Date

  43. Acquisition Strategy • Full and Open Competition • Type of Contract • Single Award Contract • Utilizing FAR Part 15 (Contracting by Negotiation) • Firm Fixed Price (FFP) • Term of Contract • 5 years (base plus four one-year options) • Base year POP: 01 October 2011 - 30 September 2012 • If all options are exercised, performance will extend to September 2016

  44. Sections B & C • Section B – Supplies or Services and Prices • Service CLIN • Services to include labor, materials, equipment, transportation, supervision and management in accordance with PWS. • Line Handling • In accordance with PWS. • Transition • In accordance with PWS. • Section C – Descriptions/Specifications • Performance Work Statement (PWS)

  45. Sections E, F & G • Section E- Inspection/Acceptance • FOB Destination • Inspection of Services clauses • Section F- Deliveries/Performance • Period of Performance • Place of performance • Section G- Contract Administration Data • Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) Instructions • Identification of PCO, COR and other applicable administrative function POCs

  46. Section H & I • Section H – Special Contract Requirements • Security: Secret clearance for Key Personnel • DD Form 254 • Section I – Contract Clauses • Limitations of funds • Option clauses • Changes clauses

  47. Section J • Section J – List of Documents, Exhibits, and other Attachments • Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) and QASP Matrix • Past Performance Information Form and Past Performance Report Form • Technical Exhibits, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs), CDRLS

  48. Source Selection Overview • Choose the contractors who provide the best value to the Navy, all factors considered in a Tradeoff Process • Plain English translation: Get the best packaged deal for the Government for Ammunition Handling and Support Services. • Resolve any issues prior to contract award

  49. Source Selection • The Government will conduct a best value source selection utilizing a tradeoff process. • Proposal must demonstrate to the Government’s satisfaction that the Offeror is capable of successfully performing the solicitation requirements and overall program objectives. • Proposals that take exceptions to any terms/conditions of the RFP, propose additional terms/conditions, or fail to manifest the unconditional assent to a term/condition of the RFP will constitute a Deficiency (FAR 15.001), which may make the offer unacceptable.

  50. Section L • There are two (4) volumes to submit: • Volume I: Technical • Volume II: Past Performance • Volume III: Price • Volume IV: Socioeconomic Plan • Formatting and style requirements to be detailed in RFP • Follow the specific instructions listed in Section L of the RFP