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CM/CDRLVue/RiskVue IT Software Maintenance and Hosting Services - Package #1

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Oct 05, 2017
Category: Guided Missiles
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, AFLCMC / AFSC / AFNWC - HILL AFB, ., Hill AFB, Utah, 84056, United States

Description

Wage Determination List CDRL Package PWS Solcitation This proposed contract action is for services for which the Government intends to solicit and negotiate with only one source, under the authority of FAR 6.302-1 and 10 U.S.C. 2304 (C) (1). CompuSearch Software Systems is currently the only qualified source that has the requisite system expertise of executing required engineering services with the proprietary integrated data and configuration management (CM-DM) system being used by the ICBM CM Office. Responsible sources may submit a capability statement and proposal or quote which shall be considered by the agency. Interested sources should submit a concise and program specific response presenting sufficient information to substantiate that they have demonstrated: •(1) They possess the necessary knowledge, understanding and capability of providing standard maintenance of the proprietary CM-DM software code currently in used by the ICBM Systems Division. They have demonstrated the means and capability to update the source code, the database scripts and structure, the c-sharp and xml business rule scripts, the application parameters, the specific java script and aspx pages of the proprietary CM-DM software, and have demonstrated the means and capability to host the proprietary CM-DM software on servers accessible by the ICBM CM office and associated contractors. •(2) They possess the necessary Minuteman III missile system knowledge and understanding of ICBM weapon system processes and have executed process steps within the proprietary software used by the ICBM office in the following areas: •a. Configuration identification of ICBM system and subsystem configured hardware and software items •b. Updating functional, allocated, and product configuration documentation on system specifications per ICBMSD CCB approval process and related SCN update process •c. Updating allocated configuration documentation to track interface control documents and their related changes •d. ICBM functional and physical audits and reviewing and accepting final physical configuration audit submittals consisting of ICBM drawings, specifications and interface control documents •e. Inputting new hardware and computer software configuration items (HWCI, CSCI) •f. Supporting ICBM technical review boards, ICBM configuration control boards, ICBM requirements validation boards •g. Data loading of Hardware Specifications, Nuclear Hardness & Survivability Design Analysis Reports, Hardness Data Manuals, Figure As, IDL/IPLs, Software Specifications, Interface Control Documents, ECPs/Variances •h. Automated configuration status accounting of the configured items and records the configuration status information for these Cis, i.e. nomenclature, location and system application, specification status, drawing delivery status, audit schedules, ECP/deviation/waiver processing status, ECP/deviation/waiver effectivity and part number data, and Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) assignment •i. ICBM Software CM guidance during software related meetings: RVB, data calls for new and/or existing software modification efforts, PDRs/CDRs, TRRs, FCA/PCAs, IPTs/PMTs at the program level, contractor TRBs, developer peer reviews •j. ICBM Computer Program Identification (CPIN) process management and data inputs and relationships of ICBM executable software to the source code and engineering documentation •k. CM Office metric data processing: Participation in Milestones: PDR/CDR, FCA/PCA, number of CCBs held/processed, drawing packages reviewed, JEDMICS actions, ECPs, EOs, ICDs processed, software deliveries •l. Executing Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) automation planning for organic and contractor contracts including CDRL scheduling, CDRL submittal receipt workflows and notifications, CDRL document management, vendor CDRL delivery metrics and reports •m. Serve as a risk repository for the ICBM system Program Office •n. Provide automated risk analysis through a database of risks in accordance with AFI 63-101_20-101, AFPAM 63-128, and as directed by the ICBM System Program Office. The data must be organized the same as the ICBM System Program Office to Support Sorting, filtering and search functions. •o. Provide reports to support acquisition activities as directed by the ICBM System Program Office. Exportable report formats must be in PowerPoint and Excel •p. The architecture of the system needs to be able to support modifications to support changes as required. •(3) They have minimum of 5 years of experience in the current Minuteman III missile system.

Original Point of Contact

POC Brent R. Carling, Phone: 8015865347, Adam J. Geddes, Phone: 8017771485

Place of Performance

Address:
Hill Air Force Base, Utah, 84056, United States
84056,
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