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Construction MATOC Information Briefing. Agenda. Source Selection Award Administration. Source Selection. Source selection participants from: BLM, FWS, NPS,USGS, FWS Safety Office, FWS Div of Engineering and Div of Economics Received 58 proposals. Traits of Selected Vendors.

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  • Source Selection
  • Award
  • Administration
source selection
Source Selection
  • Source selection participants from:
    • BLM, FWS, NPS,USGS, FWS Safety Office, FWS Div of Engineering and Div of Economics
  • Received 58 proposals
traits of selected vendors
Traits of Selected Vendors
  • Nationwide presence
  • Demonstrated Federal resource protection experience
  • Large to Small projects demonstrated for both construction and design/build
  • Good Safety Records
  • Excellent Past Performance
  • Lower than average profit and overhead rates
East Coast


Blue Scope/AECOM


West Coast




administration who
  • Who can place task orders?
    • Warranted Contracting Officers within the DOI.
      • Any bureau within the DOI.


      • Interagency Agreement with the FWS, who will:
        • Place the task order
        • Conduct ARRA reporting
        • Administer the contract
administration what
  • What information needs to be passed to the FWS if a bureau places a task order?
    • The task order price before award to ensure ceiling not exceeded.
    • Selected vendor, the amount, the order number, how the best value decision was made, and the CO and COR/Program Manager contact information.
administration what8
  • What does a complete requirements package look like that is being submitted to the FWS?
    • Overarching Interagency Agreement
    • Funding Document
    • Statement of Work
    • Name and contact info for COR/Project Manager
administration what9
  • What are the max and min task order amounts?
    • If a bureau is placing the task order, there are no limits on project size.
    • For interagency agreements there is a $10,000 min order, $10M max per task order.
      • Orders outside of this range are possible, but the fee may be adjusted.
administration where
  • Where can the work be done?
    • Anywhere in the Continental United States plus Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
administration when
  • When can we place task orders?
    • Anticipate in mid December.
    • After contract award (Jan 25th 2010) and all ordering procedures and interagency agreements are in place.
administration how
  • How much does it cost?
    • Both ARRA and non-ARRA
      • If a bureau is placing the task order, they will pay a $500 fee, or .25% of the order amount, whichever is greater.
    • Interagency Agreements
      • For ARRA
        • A $500 fee, or 5% of the task award amount, whichever is greater, capped at $250K.
      • Non-ARRA
        • A $500 fee, up to 6% of the task award amount, whichever is greater, capped at $250K.
administration how13
  • How do we place task orders ?
    • A guide will be disseminated when the contract is awarded.
    • The guide will provide detailed instructions regarding ordering procedures.
  • Questions?