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Tool Shaprening Service (RIA-JMTC)

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Nov 07, 2017
Category: Maintenance Repair Shop Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC - RI (W9098S) (JMTC-RIA), BLDG 211 RODMAN AVENUE, Rock Island, Illinois, 61299-5000, United States

Description

The Army Contracting Command- Rock Island (ACC-RI) is looking for interested vendors to perform tool sharpening per the information described below for the Rock Island Arsenal- Joint Manufacturing Technology Center (RIA-JMTC). This may result in a solicitation for multiple Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) with firm fixed priced (FFP) call orders issued against it. Actions will be in accordance with FAR Part 13. The North American Industry Classification (NAICS) is 811310; Product Service Code (PSC) is J051). Firms that recognize and can provide the requested service(s) as described below are encouraged to identify themselves. Vendors are required to provide the following when responding: Company Name, Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code, Point of Contact (POC) with email and phone number, business size (large or small) in regards to the NAICS listed above, and a brief summary of capabilities that meet/match the requirement as described. Please respond via email no later than 15 November 2017 to Trisha Allers, Contract Specialist, at patricia.e.allers.civ@mail.mil. No telephone requests will be accepted. This is a market survey for planning purposes only and should not be construed as a request for quote or as an obligation on the part of the Government. The Government does not intend to award a Purchase Order, Contract, or BPA on the basis of this market survey or otherwise pay for information solicited. ACC-RI will only utilize the information provided in developing its acquisition approach for future requirements. General Requirements: If a solicitation is issued in the future, it will be pursuant to FAR Part 13.303 for Multiple Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) using Fixed Price. 1. ACC-RI is seeking businesses willing to enter into a BPA, as defined by FAR 13.303 for a period of up to three (3) years from the date of award. All service orders under any resulting BPA shall be continued until the performance is complete and the order is paid, even after the BPA expiration date. 2. The services to be procured are the repair of worn out or damaged tooling, per Performance Work Statement (PWS) included in this notice. 3. Vendors that have a proven record of providing the types of services within the overarching PWS will be considered in establishing future BPAs. All offerors determined to be responsible and determined to be technically acceptable are eligible for award of a BPA Master. 4. A BPA Master does not obligate any funds. The Government is obligated only to the extent of orders issued under the BPA 5. There will be s no minimum purchase under any agreement. 6. Each BPA holder shall agree that the provisions and clauses included in a resulting solicitation/ BPA Master Agreement are incorporated and made a part of each Government call order under the BPA. 7. Each contractors initial submission should include all information requested by the Government at the time the Government receives it. The Government is not obligated to request further information from any contractors to determine acceptability or responsibility, but does reserve the right to obtain additional information if determined necessary by the Contracting Officer. 8. Vendors are expected to review the PWS, which will serve as the guideline and base PWS for any future requirement. You should include in your submission, sufficient information to enable the Government to determine your potential eligibility to be awarded a BPA. 9. The vendor must provide evidence to establish their capabilities to perform work similar to what is set forth at PWS general requirements. The contractor must provide evidence that they are authorized to provide services called for in the PWS for the brand names listed in PWS Performance Work Statement: Reconditioning of Tooling 1. RIA JMTC production efforts lead to a large volume of worn out or damaged tooling. This tooling will vary in size, shape, material (Carbide, HSS & Cobalt: both coated and uncoated) and weight and consist of indexable cutters/drills, drill bits, end mills and various other repairable tooling (Boring bars, Lathe Tools, Holders, Sleeves and Extensions). It is ACC-RI and RIA-JMTCs intent to have this tooling reconditioned back to the original manufacturers design specifications 2. RIA-JMTC will provide plastic returnable totes for tooling to be picked up and returned. Pickup and delivery will be conducted at a designated location to be disclosed if a solicitation results. A Packing List will be in all totes and must be signed for upon pick up. 3. The vendor shall evaluate worn out and damaged tools and provide a price estimate to return items to the original manufacturers design specifications. Tooling that was coated shall be recoated with the original coating after sharpening and reconditioning. 4. The vendor shall provide price estimates in writing based on a scale that depends on how soon RIA-JMTC requires the tool to be returned. The vendor shall provide price estimates within 48 to 72 hours for normal repairs and within 12 to 24 hours for expedited repairs. If expedited repairs are needed on a tool, the packing list will be marked "Please Expedite". 5. RIA-JMTCs Contracting Officer Representative (COR) will determine if the tooling will be repaired after reviewing the price estimate. For expedited items that require an additional expedition cost, the COR will notify the vendor via email that the government agrees to the additional cost for the expedited turn around. 6. The vendor shall NOT start any repairs until the RIA-JMTC COR gives authorization in writing to begin the repair process. 7. It is estimated that a quantity of four (4) to ten (10) items will be sent to the vendor per week. This is an estimate only and quantities could be higher or lower. 8. The vendor shall pick up and deliver tooling at least once a week. Extra pickups of tooling may be required when needed and requested by the RIA-JMTC COR. 9. The turn-around time for reconditioning and return can range from 24 to 48 hours to 30 days depending on the vendors ability to perform the process in the time frame requested by RIA-JMTC. The vendor shall notify the RIA-JMTC COR if the turn-around time will exceed 48 hours and shall provide them with an estimated turnaround time. 10. Any resulting BPA call orders shall be FFP and there shall not be any additional fees for the inspection, pick up and/or delivery. These charges shall be incorporated into the repair cost. There shall be no charge for scrap tooling/not repaired items. All scrap tooling must be returned to RIA-JMTC and be marked as scrap or un-repairable. 11. The assigned RIA-JMTC COR will approve the invoices submitted in WAWF, per clause 252.232-7006. Invoicing to be on a monthly basis. End of PWS

Original Point of Contact

POC Trisha Allers,

Place of Performance

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