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General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Aug 24, 2017
Category: Education and Training Services
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC, MICC - Fort Hood, 761st Tank Battalion Ave., Room W103, Fort Hood, Texas, 76544-5025, United States


This is a Sources Sought Notice only for the purposes of market research. This is not a request for proposals and no contract shall be awarded. This request for information should not be construed as a commitment or authorized to incur cost in anticipation of any procurement. A short synopsis required services extracted from the PWS is as follows: The Contractor shall be responsible for assembly and disassembly of all production and performance equipment. If/when a scheduled training day changes, the Government will notify the Contractor of the change at least 72 hours before the scheduled training day. All training performances will be conducted on Fort Hood and its responsible areas. The Contractor shall perform all work identified in this PWS to professional writer and actor theatrical standards. The primary objectives are: • To promote Family violence prevention awareness to Soldiers, Family members, military leaders and DA civilians. • To recognize the types, red flags, signs/symptoms of abuse and understand the dynamics of spouse/intimate partner, child maltreatment and neglect. • Examine the impact of abusive behavioral responses upon the victim, affected Family members, the offender, the Family unit and mission readiness • To reduce the stigma of seeking behavioral health, marital/couples counseling and parenting services and support. • Provide information to recognize at risk behavior. • Encourage help seeking behavior (regarding relationship challenges and regarding factors that contribute to abuse- financial issues, substance use/abuse, deployment related stress, others), • To equip participants with information on reporting options to encourage self, command and community referrals. • Improve reporting and illuminate reporting benefits- such as the establishment of community safety in the Army and civilian communities where military Families work, reside and participate in off-duty activities (i.e. social, religious, recreational, others). • Minimize the adverse effects of Family Violence related behavior upon unit cohesion. Preserve individual, Family, mission readiness and effective, war fighting capability. • To demonstrate and promote the practice of bystander, peer to peer, support agencies, and command intervention by Fort Hood Leaders, military personnel, and Family members to prevent and intervene safely in incidents of abuse. • Assist participants to gain knowledge, insight and skills that will positively influence future behavioral responses to relationship challenges that promote well-being and resiliency. • To ensure all members of the military community are aware of tools, programs, services, and resources available to address stressors generated by relationship challenges • Provide information and education designed to support strong, self-reliant Families and to enhance coping skills. • To reduce the rate of Family violence incidents Foster practice of individual well-being, community safety, promote personnel preparedness, self-sufficiency and community cohesion. The Contractor shall provide sufficient personnel to execute all work requirements within established standards and timelines, and possessing the skills, knowledge, and training to satisfactorily perform the services required by this contract. The script writers must have a working knowledge and understanding of the military lifestyle, types and dynamics of Family violence and the impact of abuse upon the victim, affected Family members, the offender and community. Personnel performing work under this work statement shall remain employees of the Contractor and will not be considered employees of the Government. The Government anticipates 12-month period of performance. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this requirement is 611430, Professional and Management Development Training. Small Business Size Standard is $11,000,000. Interested parties should submit a Statement of Capability indicating qualifications and capabilities to perform any/all of the services described above. Information should include any relevant past job experience providing same/similar services. Identify the types of services you have performed, which services you have not performed but have capability to perform, and how long it would take you to be technically and financially prepared to begin performance. The responses must be sufficient to permit agency analysis to establish a bona fide capability to meet the requirements. Include business size and type (i.e., Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Veteran Owned Small Business, Section 8(a) Small Business, or Large Business) in relation to the size standard for NAICS 611430. No Government contract can be awarded to a vendor who is not actively registered in the System for Awards Management (SAM). For information regarding registration requirements, you are encouraged to visit https://www.sam.gov. All information collected in response to this request for information will become property of the U.S. Army and will not be returned. All responses must be provided no later 4:00 P.M. CST, 6 September 2017. Firms should provide their information via email to Kendrick Nance, Contract Specialist, at Kendrick.r.nance.civ@mail.mil (254-287-7647) and courtesy copy Mrs. Lewis, Mage, Contracting Officer, at madge.a.lewis2.civ@mail.mil (254)287-1563.

Original Point of Contact

POC Kendrick Nance, Phone: 2542877647, Madge A. Lewis, Phone: 2542871563

Place of Performance

Fort Hood, Fort Hood, Texas, 76544, United States
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