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Class I and Class II MB-2 Tow Tractors

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Aug 29, 2017
Category: Aircraft Launching, Landing and Ground Handling Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, PK/PZ - Robins AFB, 215 Page Rd, Robins AFB, Georgia, 31098-1611, United States


The AFLCMC/WNKAC Contracting Office at Robins AFB, Georgia has a requirement for a 5-year, firm-fixed price, Requirements-type Indefinite-Delivery contract for Class I and Class II MB-2 Tow Tractors; Master NSNs: 1740-00-143-8464YW (Class I) and 1740-01-552-9854YW (Class II) (generic NSNs for solicitation purposes only). The MB-2 Tow Tractors shall provide a minimum gross vehicle weight (GVW) of 40,000 pounds (Class 1) or 53,000 pounds (Class 2) with a minimum draw bar pull force (DBPF) of 30,000 pounds (Class 1) and 40,000 pounds (Class 2) on dry level concrete. The tow tractor is able to tow aircraft weighing up to 500,000 pounds. The MB-2 features four-wheel drive, and two-wheel and four-wheel power steering. Four-wheel steering features both crab and coordinated steering. The primary intended use of this tow tractor is to tow larger military aircraft such as the KC-135 refuelers and the B-1, B-2 and B-52 bombers on US Air Force installations. This requirement will consist of one basic period of 12 months and four annual option periods. The best estimated quantities (BEQs) are as follows: Basic period 15 each (12 of Class I and 3 of Class II), (Opt I - BEQ 26 for Class I and BEQ 3 for Class II; Opt II - BEQ 26 for Class I and BEQ 3 for Class II; Opt III - BEQ 27 for Class I and BEQ 4 for Class II; Opt IV - BEQ 26 for Class I and BEQ 3 for Class II). The BEQs include USAF and FMS requirements. The successful offeror shall be required to complete a first production unit of the Class I MB-2 Tow Tractor in the basic contract period, subject to required tests in accordance with the CID prepared for this acquisition. Required tests will be identified in the test procedures and the test/inspection report, which the contractor shall prepare for program engineer approval. This requirement will also include data such as technical manuals and Technical Report Study/Services (service bulletins). FAR Part 12 and 15 procedures will be utilized. Offerors shall prepare their proposals in accordance with mandatory, explicit, and detailed instruction contained in the RFP. This acquisition will utilize the tradeoff source selection process wherein a tradeoff between non-cost factors and cost/price is permitted in order for the Government to make a best-value award decision. A tradeoff will occur among past performance and cost/price. Past performance is considered to be approximately equal to cost/price. The Government will evaluate proposals and make award in accordance with the "Evaluation Basis for Award" provision in the RFP. It is anticipated that the RFP will be released on or around 22 September 2017. The RFP will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities webpage. All responsible sources may submit a bid, proposal, or quotation, which shall be considered by the agency; however, this acquisition will be 100% set aside for small businesses and is subject to the Buy American Act. Interested offerors may notify the POCs listed below for any additional questions. NO TELEPHONE QUESTIONS. Offerors are encouraged to register to receive notification for solicitation and all amendments/revisions and to check FEDBIZOPPS site prior to submission of their proposal.

Original Point of Contact

POC Vicki N. Wechsler, Phone: 4782221910, Jennifer E, Lee, Phone: 4782221922

Place of Performance

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