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  1. GTA GLOBAL TRAINING ASSOCIATES, LLC On-Call Experienced Training Support Operations Exercises Ranges Classes Planning Consultation Documentation Role Players

  2. GTA ContractedTraining Support • Reduces military training staff requirements • Train troops, rather than staff the training • Provides on-call training support • Contractor can surge to support requirements • Contractor provides experience and expertise of Reserve or ex-military staffing • Contractor assumes planning and coordination requirements and burden

  3. Training Services • Range Operations and Support: M9 pistol, M16 rifle, Gas Chamber, Land Navigation and other ranges. • Exercise Support: FTX, CPX, STAFFEX, Computer Battle Simulation • Special Subject Classes and Training • Combined Arms Rehearsals / “Rock Drills” • Other training support requirements tailored to customer requirements • Role Players

  4. Exercise Support • Computer Operators • Role Players (NGOs, civilians, notional) • Drivers • Radio Telephone Operators • Medics/Combat Lifesavers • OPFOR • Security & Guards • Clerks/ Admin / PowerPoint “Rangers”

  5. Exercise Planning • Scenario Development • Red/Blue Forces Development • Country Studies • Simulation Control Plan • Safety Plan & Risk Analysis • Scheduling • Exercise Document Web Posting • OPORD and Annexes • General Planning and Coordination • Mentoring and Consultation • Exercise Directive and other Exercise Documents

  6. Range Operations • Range OIC • Safety Officer • Medic/Combat Lifesaver • Tower Operator • Target Operator • Lane Safety AIs • Ammo Detail • Drivers • Scorer

  7. Recommended Applications • USAR M9, M16, & Chamber Range Operations • Exercises Tiger Balm and Keris Strike • OPFOR cell players • Civilian/NGO Role Players • Other CPX Exercises

  8. Conditions • Utilize existing military training facilities and equipment • Local or global support • Use in-place IDIQ “blanket” contract • Speeds contracted support • Issue priced Delivery Orders for specific training mission tasks

  9. Contractor Experienced military Small Disadvantaged Business Asian Minority Woman Owned Veteran (helps Contracting Office meet Congressional DOL/SBA contracting goals)

  10. Global Training Associates • President- Frances Dawley (ex Army Nurse) • Training Manager- COL (RET) David Dawley • 11 years active plus 19 years reserve • CGSG • Recent Tours in East Timor and CENTCOM HQ • MOSs:21B(Engr), 21D, 97B, 54A (Opns), 38A (CA) • 7 ID, 3 ID, Far East District, WESTCOM, 9RRC • Exercise Experience: BK, TiB, YS, UFL, RSOI, Foal Eagle, CG, Keris Strike, Tandem Thrust • Experienced working with Coalition allies

  11. Mission Contract Process • 1. Award IDIQ contract • 2. Customer submits Mission Task Order Request • 3. ACO give contractor Task Order requirements • 4. Contractor and customer scope/coordinate • 5. Contractor prices Task Order • 6. ACO and contractor negotiate D.O. price • 7. ACO awards fixed price D.O. • 8. D.O. performance by contractor • 9. Customer/Contractor AAR • 10. Performance validated and contractor paid

  12. Pricing • Mission pricing subject to negotiation • Subject to market conditions and staffing availability • Will exceed Service Contracts Act minimum wages • GTA personnel are subcontractors

  13. Considerations • Longer lead time provides better planning and coordination which allows better utilization of available expertise pool • Recommend minimum of 30 days lead time for DO issue • Recommend GTA staff be integrated with military planning teams • GTA is flexible and adaptable to customer requirements • GTA personnel have “ownership” in training soldiers

  14. Contractor Contact Information • POC: David Dawley • Global Training Associates LLC 94-1045 Palaiki St. Waipahu, Hawaii 96797 Phone (808) 341-1143 dfdawley@yahoo.com