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Stryker Maintenance Training System (Stryker-MTS)

General Information

Document Type:MOD
Posted Date:Nov 02, 2017
Category: Training Aids and Devices
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC - Orlando (W900KK), 12211 Science Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32826-3224, United States

Description

***2 November 2017*** This notice is to clarify for Industry the contract type and purpose of CLIN 0013. CLIN 0013 is a Not Separately Priced (NSP) administrative CLIN that will not be priced in the contract but will be used to capture all Contractor Acquired Property (CAP) that will be returned to the Government. This CLIN is applicable to all CLINs on the contract. ***26 October 2017*** This notice is to update the solicitation with addtional Industry Questions and Answers since Amendment 0001 was posted. The Questions and Answers period is CLOSED but the Government decided it was in our best interest to the post this addition. Additionally, please be reminded to review all updated documents that have been posted. ***20 October 2017*** This notice is to issue Amendment 0001 and to provide a revised Industry Questions and Answers in which the Government make correction to the answer under question #55. See attached Amendment 0001 and "RFP Q and A 20171020 (STRYKER MTS)." ***16 October 2017*** This notice is to update the solicitation with Industry Questions and Answers from the final solicitation submission. Amendment 0001 will be forthcoming to add all updates to the solicitation. ***29 September 2017*** The notice is to update the solicitation with additional Industry Questions and Answers. ***28 September 2017*** The notice is to update the solicitation with Industry Questions and Answers. Also the SOW and SPEC was reposted with another pdf version due to some Industry Partner not able to open. No other changes were made. ***27 September 2017*** This notice is to update the Stryker Maintenance Training System (MTS) Request For Information from the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), Program Manager Training Devices (PM TRADE), Project Manager for Ground Combat Tactical Trainers (GCTT). This is the FINAL RFP with proposals due by 4:00PM EST on 6 November 2017. Questions and Comments are due no later than 4:00 PM on 6 October 2017. ***2 August 2017 Update**** The Government request that all questions related to the draft RFP be submitted no later than 2:00PM on 11 August 2017. 28-JUL-2017: See Attached for Draft RFP. Final RFP is being worked. The Government anticipates to release the final RFP within the next 30 days. ******************************************************************* THIS IS A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) ONLY - This RFI is issued solely for information and planning purposes - it does not constitute a Request for Proposal (RFP) or a promise to issue an RFP in the future. Solicitations are not available at this time. Requests for a solicitation will not receive a response. This notice does not constitute a commitment by the United States Government to contract for any supply or service whatsoever. All information submitted in response to this announcement is voluntary; the United States Government will not pay for information requested nor will it compensate any respondent for any cost incurred in developing information provided to the United States Government. Not responding to this RFI does not preclude participation in any future RFP, if any is issued. If a solicitation or solicitations are released, it will be synopsized on Federal Business Opportunity (WWW.FBO.gov). It is the responsibility of the potential offerors to monitor this site for additional information pertaining to this requirement. The U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), Program Manager Training Devices (PM TRADE), Project Manager for Ground Combat Tactical Trainers (GCTT) is contemplating a new acquisition to increase and update the Stryker Maintenance Training System (MTS). Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) has identified the need for additional maintenance trainers to support the Stryker Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) R4 and 91S Skill Based Training courses at the Ordnance Schools located on Fort Lee, VA. Currently, the institutional Stryker 91S schools use fielded Stryker MTS such as Diagnostic and Troubleshooting Trainers (DTT), Part Task Trainers (PTT) and Hands on Trainers (HOT). These institutional trainers provide skill level development for system operation, fault diagnosis, troubleshooting, adjustments, removal and replacement and repair tasks. Statement of Need: Hands on Trainers (HOT) The Stryker MTS shall include a training enhancement by supplying additional HOTs for particular training small groups on specific aspects of the Stryker vehicle family. The HOT device or devices will be used to train troubleshooting and basic remove and replace tasks. The HOT device(s) can also be used in the verification of repair. The HOT device(s) will provide all the functionality of the given portion of the Stryker family isolated from the total system and allow instructor induced failure to train specific tasks. These HOT maintenance trainers are required at Fort Lee to support and enhance the current training program. All maintenance training is based on the procedures contained in the Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETM) and the simulation database for all Stryker MTS components must continually be upgraded to the latest IETM version. Changes to the IETM are expected every two or three years and with each new version the simulation database must be updated to match the new troubleshooting and maintenance procedures, and the changes incorporated into each of the DTTs, PTTs, and HOTs along with a hardware technical refresh. Along with the Department of Defense (DoD) mandated upgrade to the latest Windows Operating System (OS) - currently Windows 10. Currently, the Fort (Ft) Lee school house includes one Hands on Trainer (HOT) for the Stryker Remote Weapon System (RWS) and five Hull HOTs. There are no HOTs for the Anti-Tank Guided Missile variant (ATGM), Mortar Carrier variant (MC) or the Mobile Gun System (MGS). Weapon system training for these variants currently utilizes tactical vehicles. Based on course loads for 91S, this requires 5 HOTs trainers each. Also, a major design change (A1) to the Stryker vehicle require changes to the current Hull HOTs (5) and additional training devices. Two of the five fielded Hull HOTs are to be upgraded to the A1 design training requirements and the other three require a technical refresh as many key components are wearing out and need updating. To support development and production of the HOTs, the Government intends to provide Government Furnished Property (GFP). Below is a list of the particular HOTs to be delivered in this effort: Mobile Gun System (MGS) 5 systems Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) 5 systems Remote Weapon System (RWS) 5 systems Mortar Carrier (MC) 5 systems Stryker A1 Hull 2 systems (reuse 2 of 5 fielded) Stryker Hull Tech Refresh 3 systems (3 remaining of 5) With an anticipated delivery will be required for the following: HOT MGS - First Article FY19Q4 Remaining 4: FY21 HOT ATGM - First Article FY20Q1 Remaining 4: FY20-FY21 HOT RWS - First Article FY20Q2 Remaining 4: FY20-FY21 HOT MC - First Article FY19Q4 Remaining 4: FY20 HOT A1 Stryker - First Article FY21Q2 Remaining 1: FY21 Part Task Trainers (PTT) The MTS shall include a training enhancement by supplying additional PTTs for particular training small groups on specific aspects of the Stryker vehicle family. The PTT device or devices will be used to train troubleshooting and basic remove and replace tasks. The PTT device(s) can also be used in the verification of repair. The PTT device(s) will provide all the functionality of the given subsystem portion of the Stryker family isolated from the total system and allow instructor induced failure to train specific tasks. These PTT maintenance trainers are required at Fort Lee to support and enhance the current training program. All maintenance training is based on the procedures contained in the Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETM) and the simulation database for all Stryker MTS components must continually be upgraded to the latest IETM version. Changes to the IETM are expected every two or three years and with each new version the simulation database must be updated to match the new troubleshooting and maintenance procedures, and the changes incorporated into each of the DTTs, PTTs, and HOTs along with a hardware technical refresh. Along with the Department of Defense (DoD) mandated upgrade to the latest Windows Operating System (OS) - currently Windows 10. A major design change to the Stryker vehicle require two additional power pack PTTs variants and a PTT Hull C9 engine Replace and Remove. The Stryker redesign to the double-V hull included a new caterpillar C-7 engine, and a newer caterpillar C-9 engine. New PTTs are required for both the new C-7 engine used in the double-V hull design, new C-9 engine and a Hull Replace and Remove (Hull R&R). To support development and production of the PTTs, the Government intends to provide Government Furnished Property (GFP). Below is a list of the particular PTTSs to be delivered in this effort: C7 Engine 1 systems C9 Engine 1 systems C9 Engine Hull R&R 1 systems With an anticipated delivery will be required for the following: C7 Engine - First Article FY20Q2 C9 Engine - First Article FY21Q2 C9 Engine Hull R&R - First Article FY20Q4 PEO STRI is seeking the following information: Interested offerors who possess the technical capability and resources to fulfill all or part of the Governments technical requirements stated herein are requested to respond and submit a capability statement. Questions, input or industry assistance is highly encouraged to allow the Government to refine the requirement and conduct market research. Upcoming Events: An Industry Day at Ft Lee Virginia is anticipated in the near future. Once a date has been approved specific instructions will be posted on FEDBIZOP. The next posting should include specific information needed to attend the Industry day as well as a draft Statement of Work to allow industry to provide input and submit questions. The Program team will be available at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando, FL. Detailed information on a meeting time and location will be in a future posting. Respondents shall not be obligated to provide the services described herein and it is understood by the United States Government that the cost estimates provided as a result of this request are "best" estimates only. The response date for this market research is 14 November 2016. All responses to this posting may be submitted via e-mail to the the Contracting Officer Eric Hertl at eric.c.hertl.civ@mail.mil, the Contract Specialist Jason Jerome at jason.jerome3.civ@mail.mil, and the Project Director Patrick Hart at patrick.j.hart.civ@mail.mil. Note: The phone number for the Contract Specialist is (407) 208-5868.

Original Point of Contact

POC Will Bass, Phone: 407-208-3233, Patrick Hart,

Place of Performance

Address:
U.S. Army Contracting Command - Orlando, 12211 Science Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32826, United States
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