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UNCLASSIFIED. Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Center- Yuma Proving Ground Be Prepared Do Your Homework. Georgette Dilworth Assistant Director for Small Business 03 March 2010. Overview. Office of Small Business Programs Program Vision Program Mission

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Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Center- Yuma Proving Ground

Be Prepared Do Your Homework

Georgette Dilworth

Assistant Director for Small Business

03 March 2010

  • Office of Small Business Programs
    • Program Vision
    • Program Mission
    • Function of the OSBP
    • President Obama’s Small Business Agenda
    • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  • Doing Business with MICC-C YPG
    • Who we are in the Big Picture
    • Know how you can support the Installations Mission
  • Question & Answer Session
    • Ask that burning question…
office of small business programs vision
Office of Small Business Programs Vision
  • Acquisition Professionals dedicated to provide information and resources to promote teaming effort enhancing the Mission and Installation Contracting Command Small Business Program
office of small business programs mission
Office of Small Business Programs Mission
  • The Mission of the Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is to serve as an advocate for small business enterprises. To ensure that a fair portion of contract awards, percentage of total U.S. business dollars, is placed with:
  • Small Business (SB),
  • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB),
  • Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB),
  • HUB Zone Small Business,
  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and
  • Historically Black Colleges, Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI
function of the osbp as it relates to industry
Function of the OSBPas it relates to INDUSTRY

As the single face to industry, regarding the SB Program, public value must be provided through maintaining a positive image for the Government. “IMAGE” describes the guidelines utilized:

Innovative – use innovative techniques to develop sources, identify areas for process improvement and develop a performance based strategic plan.

Mission – maintain focus on the agency mission to acquire quality goods and services, increase competition, broaden the industrial base and implement National policies.

Advocacy – be proactive in promoting and balancing small business programs consistent with the Small Business Act, as well as the mission of the agency.

Genuine – be honest, professional, reliable, trustworthy, and ethical in serving as an advocate for small businesses and representing the agency and the Federal Government.

Educated – maintain knowledge of Public Laws, FAR, DFARS, the impact of regulatory policy changes upon small businesses and understand the political environment.

president obama s small business agenda
President Obama ‘s Small Business Agenda
  • Small and minority-owned businesses must play a significant role in our efforts to restore economic growth.
  • Small businesses employ half of the nation’s private sector workforce; create a large share of new jobs.
  • Our President wants U.S. Small Businesses to Thrive!
american recovery and reinvestment act
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  • The Recovery Act requires federal agencies to provide maximum opportunities for small businesses to compete for contracts. Fed Biz-Opportunities, located at, has provided information on all available federal contracts over $25,000. Fed- Biz-Opportunities includes a Recovery Act Search Feature specifically for Recovery Act Contracts.
  • Link to projects:

Official website containing information about stimulus

recovery package

doing business with ypg
Doing Business with YPG
  • Yuma Proving Ground: Customers Include:
    • Sub-Commands: CRTC, YTC, TRTC
    • DoD Major Range and Test Facilities Base
    • Multi-purpose materiel testing
    • Army Natural EnvironmentTest Proponent
    • Test Centers operating in Alaska, Arizona, and Hawaii with programs in Panama, Honduras and Suriname

Cold Regions Test Center


Yuma Test Center

Tropic Regions Test Center


micc c center ypg
  • MICC Center – Yuma Proving Ground
  • MICC DOC- Dug-way Proving Ground
  • MICC DOC- Fort Irwin
  • MICCDOC - White Sands Missile Range
what we buy
Major Support Services WHAT WE BUY
  • Environmental Services
  • Desert Terrain Characterization
  • Radio Base Stations
  • GPC Integration
  • C-130 Aircraft Support
  • Crane Maintenance
  • Cell Phone Service
  • Software Support
  • Range Support
  • Range Safety
  • TRTC Support
  • Test Mgmt & Engineer Support
  • Aviation Support
  • Research Development & Test Support Services
  • Material Analysis Services
what we buy1
Simplified Acquisitions WHAT WE BUY
  • Electronic Items- Power supplies, converters, amplifiers, cable, connectors, interface boards, video systems
  • Elevator Maintenance
  • Court Reporting Services
  • Electricity
  • Religious Services
  • Laundry Services
  • Computer Hardware
  • Office Equipment & Furnishings
  • X Ray Machines
  • Cameras
  • Repair of Equipment
  • Lease of Office Equipment
  • Lease of Trailers
  • Professional Development Training
acquisitions in process
Acquisitions in Process
  • Instrumentation Shelters (WSMR)

(Working on Acquisition Plan)

  • Environmental Support Services (WSMR)

(Solicitation ready Mid March)

  • Range Support Services (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Working on Acquisition Plan)

Solicitation Number (W9124-10-R-0006)

  • Job Order Contract Construction (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Solicitation Ready by August 2010)

  • Environmental Support Services (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Working on Solicitation)

acquisitions in process con t
Acquisitions in ProcessCon’t
  • Aviation Support Services (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Working on Mid April for Solicitation)

  • Tropic Test Support Services (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Working On Mid March for Solicitation)

  • Installation Support Services (Yuma Proving Ground)
  • Installation Support Services (Ft Irwin)

(Currently reviewing Packages)

  • Test Mgmt Engineering Support (Yuma Proving Ground)

(Currently reviewing Package)

expiring services
Expiring Services
  • Waster-Water Treatment 30 Sep 2010
  • Sanitation Services 31 Mar 2010
  • Chemical Toilets (Alaska) 30 Sep 2010
  • Paving Contract 30 Jun 2010
  • Material Analysis Services 30 Sep 2010
  • Desert Terrain Characterization 28 Sep 2010
  • Catholic Services 30 Sep 2010
  • GPS Integration 31 Mar 2010
  • Liquid Nitrogen 31 Mar 2010
  • Maint/Repair Overhead Cranes 31 Mar 2010
  • Water Treatment Plant Services 30 Sep 2010
expiring services con t
Expiring ServicesCon’t
  • Refuse Collection 30 Sep 2010
  • Bowling Equipment Maintenance 31 Mar 2010
  • Petroleum, Oil, Lubricant (POL) 31 May 2010
  • Elevator Maintenance 30 Sep 2010
  • Sanitation Services 31 Mar 2010
  • Prevent Corrosion on Water Tanks 30 Sep 2010
  • Director of Christian Education Services 30 Nov 2010
  • System Safety Engineering & Radiation 31 Mar 2010

Protection Support Services (Range Safety)

marketing e mails
Marketing E-mails


  • Small Business Advisors receive several emails s per day, the emails that get the fastest response relate to current work posted on the Fed-Biz-Opps (because we have a small window of opportunity to find suitable Small Businesses to fit the job.
  • SAMPLE Subject
  • Ref Sources Sought W9124R-09-R-0001
  • Ref Solicitation W9124R-09-R-0001
general capability not a requirement just helpful
General Capability(Not a requirement–just helpful)


  • Clear and Concise description of Services
  • Business Size
  • Past Performance Information
  • Limit to 2 pages
  • E-mail for posting on shared drive
  • Capability statements in response to sources sought notices to be tailored to each notice
what is the economic impact of ypg on the local community
What is the economic impact of YPG on the local community
  • Yuma Proving Ground plays a vital role in the economic stability of Southwest Arizona and contributes significantly to the economic health of the entire state. The proving ground is Yuma County's largest single employer of civilians and the county's primary high technology workplace.
  • The economic impact of the proving ground each year amounts to well over $425 million, much of which stays within Yuma County and the State of Arizona.
  • Yuma Proving Ground hosts over 23,000 visitors per year. Additionally, nearly 100 military units from around the nation come to the proving ground each year to conduct realistic training.
helpful websites
Helpful Websites

North American Industrial Classification (NAICS)

Central Contractor Registration (CCR)

Data Universal Number System (DUNS)

On-line Representations and Certifications (ORCA)


helpful websites1
Helpful Websites:

eSRS – Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System

Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)

Small Business Administration (SBA)

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

[email protected]

Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)

[email protected]

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Thank You for Your Time and Attention!

POC for the presentation:

Georgette Dilworth

Assistant Director – Office of Small Business Programs

Phone: 928-328-3899