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Advanced Contract Initiative (ACI) Temporary Emergency Power (TEMP)

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Feb 16, 2018
Category: Installation of Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Pittsburgh, 1000 Liberty Avenue, W.S. Moorhead Federal Building, 22nd Floor, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15222-4186, United States


1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: The Pittsburgh District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will require contract service support for generator set activities in response to natural and man-made disasters, in the United States and its territories. USACE uses the Advanced Contract Initiative (ACI) for Emergency Power to fulfill its mandate to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) during Disaster Declarations. The contract type is a firm fixed price requirements contract with limited reimbursable items. The base contract period for each contract is anticipated to be a base period with four one-year option periods to extend the term of the contract. The total performance period of each contract, including options, is not expected to exceed five years. Four contracts will be awarded and will be broken down into the following geographical regions: 1) Quadrant I includes FEMA Regions I, II, and III (excluding Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands (USVI)) with a contract value not to exceed $75,000,000; 2) Quadrant II includes FEMA Regions IV and V with a contract value not to exceed $75,000,000; 3) Quadrant III includes FEMA Regions VI, VII, and VIII with a contract value not to exceed $75,000,000; and 4) Quadrant IV includes FEMA Regions IX, X, Puerto Rico, and USVI with a contract value not to exceed $110,000,000. The anticipated solicitation date is estimated to be on or around 05 March 2018 with proposals due 30 days thereafter. Contractors may submit a proposal for any or all Quadrants. 2. CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS: The contractor shall be responsible to perform services in the following areas: assessing power requirements, installing government provided diesel powered emergency generators (sizes range from 5 KW up to 3 MW), fueling, operating, and maintaining and repairing generators at critical public facilities. Critical facilities are defined as facilities that provide life saving (i.e., hospitals, medical centers, 911 centers, police and fire stations), life sustaining (i.e., water and sewage infrastructure, assisted living centers, shelters, and meal centers) and other facilities as requested by the state or territory in need of disaster relief. The contractor must be able to have its full complement of resources, personnel, and equipment, on site within 21-24 hours after receiving a task order/mission assignment. 3. SELECTION: In accordance with FAR Part 15, the source selection method will be by the Best Value/Trade-off method. Prospective contractors will be required to submit a technical and price proposal. Award may be made to other than the lowest price offeror based on an evaluation of the proposals against the evaluation criteria that will be outlined in the Request for Proposal. In order to be considered for award, the contractor must be registered in the System for Award Management database; information regarding this registration can be located at www.sam.gov. This procurement will be conducted on an unrestricted basis; open to all businesses regardless of size.

Original Point of Contact

POC Matthew W. Reed, Phone: 4123957157

Place of Performance

FEMA Regions I - X including OCONUS Territories, United States
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