Business and Career Opportunities (Bids and Purchases)

April 10, 2012

Business / Career

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Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC, MICC – Fort Campbell, MICC – Fort Campbell, Directorate of Contracting, Building 2174,13 Indiana Street, Fort Campbell, KY 42223-1100

R–Lease of Hotel Fort Rucker Alabama W9124812T0011 050412 Fannie Mae Robertson, 270-412-2302 MICC – Fort Campbell This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. (10) This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation number W91248-12-T-0011 is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). This is not a solicitation for Event Planning Services; therefore as such, this requirement is not for event planning services (brokers); award will be made directly to hotel facilities. An offer which requires the Government to execute a separate agreement with a third party (broker) shall be deemed technically unacceptable and rejected. This requirement is unrestricted. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-55. The NAICS Code is and 721110 (Hotels and Motels) and the small business size standard is $30,000,000. Hotel rooms are required during the period 4 June 2012 to 14 June 2012. Rooms must be located in 15 miles in proximity Fort Rucker, AL. This will be more convenient and advantageous to the unit to have the rooms close to where the training will take place. Rooms must have microwave, refrigerator, and internet access. To be eligible for award under this solicitation, the offeror must propose for use a facility that is compliant with the requirements of the Hotel and Motel Fire Safety Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-391)(15 U.S.C. 2201 et. Seq.), see attached PWS. The clause at 52.204-7 Instructions to Central Contractor Registration is applicable, (April 2008). The provision at 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items is applicable and is tailored as follows: Paragraphs (b)(5), (d), (e), and (h) are deleted; Paragraph (b)(10), the following text is added, “Submit number of rooms available during required period, most recent Fire, Health and Safety Reports, and Price on the attached offer schedule.” The clause at 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition, and is addended to incorporate the following clauses: 52.204-7001 Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code Reporting; 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference (Fill-in information – ) ; 252.201-7000 Contracting Officer’s Representative; 252.204-7004 Required Central Contractor Registration; and 252.243-7001 Pricing of Contract Modifications. (Sep 2007). This clause is 252.232-7003, Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports. This clause is 252.232-7010, Levies on Contract Payments, (Dec 2006). This clause is 252.243-7001, Pricing of Contract Modifications, (Dec 1991). This provision is also addended to incorporate 52.252-1 Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference (Aug 2010) (Fill-in information – . The provision at 52.212-2 Evaluation-Commercial Items is applicable; Technical (Number of Rooms Available and Fire, Health and Safety Inspection Reports) and Price are the evaluation criteria in Paragraph (a). Technical is slightly more important than price. (Jan 1999). The Government intends to make award to the offeror that is most advantageous to the Government. The provision 52.216-27 Single or Multiple awards is incorporated by reference, the Government may elect to award a single delivery order contract or task order contract or to award multiple delivery order contracts or task order contracts for the same or similar supplies or services to two or more sources under this solicitation. Successful offerors must be registered in CCR (Central Contractor Registration). CCR website is . Offerors are instructed to submit completed copies of FAR Provision 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items (Aug 2009) and DFARS Provision 252.212-7000 Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items or a statement that Representations and Certifications are available at the ORCA website (Jan 2009). The clause at 52.212-5 (Jul 2010), Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes or Executive Orders-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition and the following additional FAR clauses cited within the clause also apply: 52.204-10, Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards (Jul 2010); 52.222-3 Convict Labor; 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Jun 2003); 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007); 52.222-35 Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sept 2006); 52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (June 1998); 52.222-37 Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sept 2006); 52.222-39 Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2001); 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (Dec 2001); Maid or Houseman $7.98/$3.50 and General Clerk I $9.79/$3.50); and 52.222-44 Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act – Price Adjustment (Sep 2009). DFARS Clause 252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items is applicable and the following additional clauses cited within the clause are also applicable (Jan 2009): 252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests, (Mar 2008). Wage Determination 05-2187, Revision No. 11, dated 06/17/2011, is applicable to this procurement. See attached Bid Schedule. Offers are due not later than 01:00 P.M. (CST) 4 May 2012. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which will be considered by the agency. Submit offers to MICC – Fort Campbell, ATTN: Angela Jacobs, 2172 13 Street, Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5355. Contact Noryem Maldonado, 270-798-7852,, or Angela Jacobs, 270-798-7815,, for information regarding the solicitation. OFFER SCHEDULE NOTE: DATES AND QUANTITIES ARE ESTIMATED AND MAY REQUIRE ADJUSTING: ESTIMATED UNIT TOTAL CLIN DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT PRICE PRICE 0001 18 Single rooms 4 June 2012 through 14 June 2012. (18 rooms for 10 nights) 18 *Each $_________ $_________ 0002 151 Double Rooms 4 June 2012 through 14 June 2012. (151 rooms for 10 nights) 151 *Each $_________ $_________ TOTAL FOR CLINs 0001-0002 $____________________ * Prices shall include all applicable taxes. *Unit price should equal the cost of 18 rooms per night times the number of nights. Payment will be made for actual number of hotel rooms utilized. Performance Work Statement (PWS) for Lodging Hotel Rooms at Fort Rucker, AL In order to be considered responsible, the offeror must be capable of providing rooms that meet the health, fire, and safety requirement outlined herein. Also, the hotel facility must be within 15 miles of Fort Rucker, AL. If rooms have been officially reserved for use by the Government, then by 12:00 noon CST everyday (or a mutually negotiated alternate time), a Government appointed Point of Contact shall notify the hotel how many rooms are needed for the upcoming night. In the event a hotel receives this notification the Government will not pay for the rooms for that night if proper notification was given; the hotel is free to lease the rooms for that night to any commercial customer. Due to the fact that the government is unable to anticipate the number of rooms that will be needed at any given time, contractor must be prepared to have rooms available upon request. The Government requires a minimum change of linen twice a week or upon change of occupancy, whichever comes first. Daily towel service shall be two (2) bath, (2) hand towels, three (3) wash cloths and one (1) bath mat. Linens and towels shall be fresh and free of rips and tears. Maid/housekeeping service (to include but not limited to: dusting, vacuuming, replacing soiled linen as stated above, making bed, empty trash containers, clean bathroom, replenish soap and sanitized glasses) shall be provided. All rooms shall be free of insect infestation (roaches, ants, spiders, etc.). Rooms shall be equipped with a private bath with shower/tub, toilet, sink, well lighted mirror, electrical outlet convenient to sink, and continuous hot water, one (1) trash container in bathroom and (1) in living area. All bathrooms shall have a good working exhaust fan or an exterior window. All tiles shall be free of cracks or missing pieces. Rooms shall be carpeted. Carpet shall be clean, padded and in good condition. Rooms shall have color cable TV with remote controls. Independently controlled air conditioning/heating shall be in each room and shall be in good working order. A telephone shall be furnished in each room. Local calls shall be allowed without charge. The entrance shall be accessible by key lock or electronic lock and shall be equipped with interior deadbolt and a peephole. Connecting room doors shall be equipped with a deadbolt. The room key shall not reflect room number. Ground floor windows shall be equipped with security locks. Sliding doors shall also be equipped with an effective locking device. All ground floor doors and windows, which are accessible from walkways and common balconies, shall have a secondary security lock. A minimum of two beds, one night stand; each bed shall have two pillows, one blanket, one bed spread. Also, the room shall have one comfortable chair, closet or closet hanging space, a table or desk suitable for writing with suitable overall lighting, a luggage rack or suitable bench space for storage of luggage, and adequate shades/drapes or blinds to cover all windows/glass areas shall be provided in each single room. The desk area shall have accessible electrical receptacles. Furniture shall be clean and in good condition. Rooms shall be free of chipped or peeling paint. Wallpaper, draperies, bed and bedding shall be in good condition and free from soil or stains. All rooms, beds/bedding, carpet, walls; drapery shall be free of any mildew/mold(s) and/or stains of other nature. Ice machine shall be available on premises at all times. Occupants under this contract will be afforded access to all hotel facilities, as are regular guests. Rooms will have refrigerator, Internet connection, and microwave in each room. Facility must have smoke detector installed and automatic sprinkler system. The contractor shall maintain and have available a Quality Control Plan in place to ensure that the facilities meet the state and local health, sanitation and fire prevention standards and that the inspections are being conducted in accordance with said plan. Quality Control Plan documentation shall be made available to the Government upon request during the term of the contract. The contractor shall maintain and have on file available whenever the Government requests inspection of it all applicable inspections/reports required by law (i.e., fire, health, safety, etc.). The Contractors facility shall comply will all applicable health, fire, and safety codes and regulations and verification of compliance is mandatory by the Contracting Office prior to award. If the Contractor fails to provide satisfactory proof of compliance the offer shall be considered. The Government will not be responsible for any miscellaneous charges incurred by the individual occupants (i.e., long distance calls, room service, damage claims, guest charges, laundry service). The Government is under no obligation to provide services for accompanying spouses or visitors. Charges for spouses or visitors shall be between the Contractor and the Occupant. The Contractor must clearly outline to each occupant which miscellaneous services are not covered by this contract such as personal telephone charges, pay-per-view movies, room service, and other such services available at additional costs and how occupant will be charged by the Contractor for those services. At the direction of the Contracting Officer, the Contractor shall unlock any room occupied by the Government to allow access by Government Officials. The hotel is responsible for physical security of the facility/location to ensure safety of the clientele. The Government reserves the right to cancel the contract at any time the lodging facility is found to be in non-compliance with the health, fire, and/or safety requirements. No changes to any resulting purchase order are authorized unless issued by a Government Contracting Officer. Performance Requirements Summary (PRS). The contractor service requirements are summarized into performance objectives that relate directly to mission essential items. The performance threshold briefly describes the minimum acceptable level of service required for each requirement. These thresholds are critical to mission success. Required Service Standard Maximum Allowable Degree of Deviation from Requirement (AGL) Method of Surveillance Deduction from Contract Price for Exceeding the AQL (18) Single Hotel Rooms for the period of 4 June 2012 through 14 June 2012. (151) Double Hotel Rooms for the period of 4 June 2012 through 14 June 2012. 100% (No Deviation) 0% 100% Inspection IAW Contract Clause 52.212-4(a) WD 05-2005 (Rev.-11) was first posted on on 06/17/2011 ************************************************************************************ REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER | U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION By direction of the Secretary of Labor | WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION | WASHINGTON D.C. 20210 | | | | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2005 Diane C. Koplewski Division of | Revision No.: 11 Director Wage Determinations| Date Of Revision: 06/13/2011 _______________________________________|____________________________________________ States: Alabama, Georgia Area: Alabama Counties of Barbour, Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston Georgia Counties of Clay, Early, Miller, Seminole ____________________________________________________________________________________ **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing** OCCUPATION CODE – TITLE FOOTNOTE RATE 01000 – Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations 01011 – Accounting Clerk I 13.18 01012 – Accounting Clerk II 15.35 01013 – Accounting Clerk III 17.35 01020 – Administrative Assistant 19.30 01040 – Court Reporter 14.03 01051 – Data Entry Operator I 9.76 01052 – Data Entry Operator II 10.65 01060 – Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle 15.41 01070 – Document Preparation Clerk 10.86 01090 – Duplicating Machine Operator 10.86 01111 – General Clerk I 9.79 01112 – General Clerk II 13.35 01113 – General Clerk III 15.04 01120 – Housing Referral Assistant 16.41 01141 – Messenger Courier 8.91 01191 – Order Clerk I 11.76 01192 – Order Clerk II 13.45 01261 – Personnel Assistant (Employment) I 14.87 01262 – Personnel Assistant (Employment) II 18.04 01263 – Personnel Assistant (Employment) III 18.54 01270 – Production Control Clerk 17.18 01280 – Receptionist 10.57 01290 – Rental Clerk 9.74 01300 – Scheduler, Maintenance 12.27 01311 – Secretary I 12.27 01312 – Secretary II 14.03 01313 – Secretary III 16.41 01320 – Service Order Dispatcher 13.07 01410 – Supply Technician 19.30 01420 – Survey Worker 14.03 01531 – Travel Clerk I 11.62 01532 – Travel Clerk II 12.40 01533 – Travel Clerk III 13.07 01611 – Word Processor I 10.93 01612 – Word Processor II 12.58 01613 – Word Processor III 14.08 05000 – Automotive Service Occupations 05005 – Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass 19.64 05010 – Automotive Electrician 17.01 05040 – Automotive Glass Installer 16.13 05070 – Automotive Worker 16.13 05110 – Mobile Equipment Servicer 14.26 05130 – Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic 17.93 05160 – Motor Equipment Metal Worker 16.09 05190 – Motor Vehicle Mechanic 17.93 05220 – Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper 13.35 05250 – Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker 15.16 05280 – Motor Vehicle Wrecker 16.13 05310 – Painter, Automotive 17.01 05340 – Radiator Repair Specialist 16.13 05370 – Tire Repairer 11.20 05400 – Transmission Repair Specialist 17.93 07000 – Food Preparation And Service Occupations 07010 – Baker 9.89 07041 – Cook I 8.20 07042 – Cook II 9.89 07070 – Dishwasher 7.58 07130 – Food Service Worker 8.19 07210 – Meat Cutter 13.41 07260 – Waiter/Waitress 7.99 09000 – Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations 09010 – Electrostatic Spray Painter 16.04 09040 – Furniture Handler 10.97 09080 – Furniture Refinisher 16.04 09090 – Furniture Refinisher Helper 12.67 09110 – Furniture Repairer, Minor 14.35 09130 – Upholsterer 16.04 11000 – General Services And Support Occupations 11030 – Cleaner, Vehicles 9.81 11060 – Elevator Operator 8.77 11090 – Gardener 11.88 11122 – Housekeeping Aide 8.05 11150 – Janitor 8.77 11210 – Laborer, Grounds Maintenance 10.09 11240 – Maid or Houseman 7.98 11260 – Pruner 9.43 11270 – Tractor Operator 11.67 11330 – Trail Maintenance Worker 10.09 11360 – Window Cleaner 9.38 12000 – Health Occupations 12010 – Ambulance Driver 13.82 12011 – Breath Alcohol Technician 14.74 12012 – Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant 21.66 12015 – Certified Physical Therapist Assistant 22.95 12020 – Dental Assistant 13.83 12025 – Dental Hygienist 20.20 12030 – EKG Technician 23.94 12035 – Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist 23.94 12040 – Emergency Medical Technician 13.82 12071 – Licensed Practical Nurse I 14.12 12072 – Licensed Practical Nurse II 15.79 12073 – Licensed Practical Nurse III 17.61 12100 – Medical Assistant 12.44 12130 – Medical Laboratory Technician 14.80 12160 – Medical Record Clerk 11.22 12190 – Medical Record Technician 13.54 12195 – Medical Transcriptionist 13.34 12210 – Nuclear Medicine Technologist 34.60 12221 – Nursing Assistant I 9.54 12222 – Nursing Assistant II 10.73 12223 – Nursing Assistant III 11.70 12224 – Nursing Assistant IV 13.13 12235 – Optical Dispenser 14.96 12236 – Optical Technician 14.12 12250 – Pharmacy Technician 13.36 12280 – Phlebotomist 13.13 12305 – Radiologic Technologist 22.96 12311 – Registered Nurse I 20.72 12312 – Registered Nurse II 25.34 12313 – Registered Nurse II, Specialist 25.34 12314 – Registered Nurse III 30.68 12315 – Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist 30.68 12316 – Registered Nurse IV 36.77 12317 – Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing) 19.57 13000 – Information And Arts Occupations 13011 – Exhibits Specialist I 15.47 13012 – Exhibits Specialist II 19.18 13013 – Exhibits Specialist III 23.42 13041 – Illustrator I 15.00 13042 – Illustrator II 18.59 13043 – Illustrator III 22.74 13047 – Librarian 20.68 13050 – Library Aide/Clerk 12.01 13054 – Library Information Technology Systems 18.68 Administrator 13058 – Library Technician 15.47 13061 – Media Specialist I 13.41 13062 – Media Specialist II 15.00 13063 – Media Specialist III 16.73 13071 – Photographer I 13.41 13072 – Photographer II 16.60 13073 – Photographer III 20.25 13074 – Photographer IV 24.77 13075 – Photographer V 29.98 13110 – Video Teleconference Technician 13.47 14000 – Information Technology Occupations 14041 – Computer Operator I 15.41 14042 – Computer Operator II 17.31 14043 – Computer Operator III 20.05 14044 – Computer Operator IV 22.57 14045 – Computer Operator V 24.99 14071 – Computer Programmer I 18.49 14072 – Computer Programmer II 24.89 14073 – Computer Programmer III (see 1) 14074 – Computer Programmer IV (see 1) 14101 – Computer Systems Analyst I (see 1) 26.81 14102 – Computer Systems Analyst II (see 1) 14103 – Computer Systems Analyst III (see 1) 14150 – Peripheral Equipment Operator 15.41 14160 – Personal Computer Support Technician 23.27 15000 – Instructional Occupations 15010 – Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated) 26.81 15020 – Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated) 32.43 15030 – Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot) 36.77 15050 – Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor 26.81 15060 – Educational Technologist 26.81 15070 – Flight Instructor (Pilot) 36.77 15080 – Graphic Artist 25.02 15090 – Technical Instructor 20.44 15095 – Technical Instructor/Course Developer 25.00 15110 – Test Proctor 16.49 15120 – Tutor 16.49 16000 – Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations 16010 – Assembler 8.48 16030 – Counter Attendant 8.48 16040 – Dry Cleaner 10.28 16070 – Finisher, Flatwork, Machine 11.28 16090 – Presser, Hand 8.48 16110 – Presser, Machine, Drycleaning 8.48 16130 – Presser, Machine, Shirts 8.48 16160 – Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry 8.48 16190 – Sewing Machine Operator 10.88 16220 – Tailor 11.50 16250 – Washer, Machine 12.50 19000 – Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations 19010 – Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room) 17.38 19040 – Tool And Die Maker 22.36 21000 – Materials Handling And Packing Occupations 21020 – Forklift Operator 12.94 21030 – Material Coordinator 18.58 21040 – Material Expediter 18.58 21050 – Material Handling Laborer 9.81 21071 – Order Filler 10.40 21080 – Production Line Worker (Food Processing) 12.94 21110 – Shipping Packer 11.78 21130 – Shipping/Receiving Clerk 11.78 21140 – Store Worker I 11.92 21150 – Stock Clerk 14.74 21210 – Tools And Parts Attendant 12.94 21410 – Warehouse Specialist 12.94 23000 – Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations 23010 – Aerospace Structural Welder 17.74 23021 – Aircraft Mechanic I 16.90 23022 – Aircraft Mechanic II 17.74 23023 – Aircraft Mechanic III 18.61 23040 – Aircraft Mechanic Helper 12.56 23050 – Aircraft, Painter 17.30 23060 – Aircraft Servicer 14.25 23080 – Aircraft Worker 16.70 23110 – Appliance Mechanic 15.25 23120 – Bicycle Repairer 10.97 23125 – Cable Splicer 22.16 23130 – Carpenter, Maintenance 16.48 23140 – Carpet Layer 15.24 23160 – Electrician, Maintenance 16.90 23181 – Electronics Technician Maintenance I 15.25 23182 – Electronics Technician Maintenance II 18.48 23183 – Electronics Technician Maintenance III 19.49 23260 – Fabric Worker 13.40 23290 – Fire Alarm System Mechanic 16.90 23310 – Fire Extinguisher Repairer 13.53 23311 – Fuel Distribution System Mechanic 17.82 23312 – Fuel Distribution System Operator 14.27 23370 – General Maintenance Worker 15.01 23380 – Ground Support Equipment Mechanic 16.90 23381 – Ground Support Equipment Servicer 14.25 23382 – Ground Support Equipment Worker 16.70 23391 – Gunsmith I 13.53 23392 – Gunsmith II 15.24 23393 – Gunsmith III 16.90 23410 – Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning 16.00 Mechanic 23411 – Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning 16.79 Mechanic (Research Facility) 23430 – Heavy Equipment Mechanic 19.01 23440 – Heavy Equipment Operator 16.65 23460 – Instrument Mechanic 18.14 23465 – Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic 16.04 23470 – Laborer 9.81 23510 – Locksmith 16.04 23530 – Machinery Maintenance Mechanic 19.01 23550 – Machinist, Maintenance 17.14 23580 – Maintenance Trades Helper 13.81 23591 – Metrology Technician I 18.14 23592 – Metrology Technician II 19.23 23593 – Metrology Technician III 20.18 23640 – Millwright 16.90 23710 – Office Appliance Repairer 16.44 23760 – Painter, Maintenance 15.54 23790 – Pipefitter, Maintenance 20.04 23810 – Plumber, Maintenance 18.98 23820 – Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic 16.90 23850 – Rigger 16.90 23870 – Scale Mechanic 15.24 23890 – Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance 15.83 23910 – Small Engine Mechanic 14.23 23931 – Telecommunications Mechanic I 18.13 23932 – Telecommunications Mechanic II 19.03 23950 – Telephone Lineman 21.38 23960 – Welder, Combination, Maintenance 17.31 23965 – Well Driller 16.90 23970 – Woodcraft Worker 16.90 23980 – Woodworker 13.53 24000 – Personal Needs Occupations 24570 – Child Care Attendant 9.22 24580 – Child Care Center Clerk 13.29 24610 – Chore Aide 10.98 24620 – Family Readiness And Support Services 11.92 Coordinator 24630 – Homemaker 13.64 25000 – Plant And System Operations Occupations 25010 – Boiler Tender 18.11 25040 – Sewage Plant Operator 18.15 25070 – Stationary Engineer 19.15 25190 – Ventilation Equipment Tender 13.28 25210 – Water Treatment Plant Operator 18.15 27000 – Protective Service Occupations 27004 – Alarm Monitor 13.28 27007 – Baggage Inspector 10.60 27008 – Corrections Officer 15.05 27010 – Court Security Officer 15.05 27030 – Detection Dog Handler 13.28 27040 – Detention Officer 14.23 27070 – Firefighter 15.05 27101 – Guard I 10.60 27102 – Guard II 13.28 27131 – Police Officer I 17.31 27132 – Police Officer II 19.23 28000 – Recreation Occupations 28041 – Carnival Equipment Operator 9.44 28042 – Carnival Equipment Repairer 8.39 28043 – Carnival Equpment Worker 7.29 28210 – Gate Attendant/Gate Tender 12.73 28310 – Lifeguard 11.34 28350 – Park Attendant (Aide) 14.24 28510 – Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant 11.10 28515 – Recreation Specialist 15.40 28630 – Sports Official 11.34 28690 – Swimming Pool Operator 15.86 29000 – Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services 29010 – Blocker And Bracer 15.24 29020 – Hatch Tender 15.24 29030 – Line Handler 15.24 29041 – Stevedore I 14.35 29042 – Stevedore II 16.04 30000 – Technical Occupations 30010 – Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO) (see 2) 35.83 30011 – Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see 2) 24.66 30012 – Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see 2) 27.16 30021 – Archeological Technician I 16.26 30022 – Archeological Technician II 18.18 30023 – Archeological Technician III 22.53 30030 – Cartographic Technician 22.53 30040 – Civil Engineering Technician 16.86 30061 – Drafter/CAD Operator I 16.26 30062 – Drafter/CAD Operator II 18.18 30063 – Drafter/CAD Operator III 20.28 30064 – Drafter/CAD Operator IV 24.96 30081 – Engineering Technician I 14.31 30082 – Engineering Technician II 16.26 30083 – Engineering Technician III 18.18 30084 – Engineering Technician IV 22.24 30085 – Engineering Technician V 26.53 30086 – Engineering Technician VI 30.86 30090 – Environmental Technician 22.53 30210 – Laboratory Technician 21.41 30240 – Mathematical Technician 22.54 30361 – Paralegal/Legal Assistant I 16.54 30362 – Paralegal/Legal Assistant II 20.25 30363 – Paralegal/Legal Assistant III 23.99 30364 – Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV 29.37 30390 – Photo-Optics Technician 22.54 30461 – Technical Writer I 21.85 30462 – Technical Writer II 26.72 30463 – Technical Writer III 32.33 30491 – Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I 22.74 30492 – Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II 27.51 30493 – Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III 32.97 30494 – Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort 22.74 30495 – Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel 22.74 30620 – Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or (see 2) 20.28 Surface Programs 30621 – Weather Observer, Senior (see 2) 22.32 31000 – Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations 31020 – Bus Aide 10.85 31030 – Bus Driver 14.20 31043 – Driver Courier 12.61 31260 – Parking and Lot Attendant 10.23 31290 – Shuttle Bus Driver 13.77 31310 – Taxi Driver 12.61 31361 – Truckdriver, Light 13.77 31362 – Truckdriver, Medium 14.20 31363 – Truckdriver, Heavy 18.95 31364 – Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer 19.88 99000 – Miscellaneous Occupations 99030 – Cashier 7.68 99050 – Desk Clerk 8.16 99095 – Embalmer 21.58 99251 – Laboratory Animal Caretaker I 11.17 99252 – Laboratory Animal Caretaker II 11.73 99310 – Mortician 21.58 99410 – Pest Controller 12.27 99510 – Photofinishing Worker 11.95 99710 – Recycling Laborer 11.14 99711 – Recycling Specialist 12.89 99730 – Refuse Collector 10.38 99810 – Sales Clerk 10.36 99820 – School Crossing Guard 12.71 99830 – Survey Party Chief 16.40 99831 – Surveying Aide 10.94 99832 – Surveying Technician 15.00 99840 – Vending Machine Attendant 13.11 99841 – Vending Machine Repairer 16.09 99842 – Vending Machine Repairer Helper 13.90 ____________________________________________________________________________________ ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.59 per hour or $143.60 per week or $622.27 per month VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or successor; 3 weeks after 10 years, and 4 after 15 years. Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173) HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday, Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR 4174) THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING: 1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541. 400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds $27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate, then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the conformance procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage determination. Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of: (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional specifications; (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and related to user or system design specifications; (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer programs related to machine operating systems; or (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400). 2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS – NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am. If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime (i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered overtime work). HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives. Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges. A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used. All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition. These differentials are only applicable to work that has been specifically designated by the agency for ordance, explosives, and incendiary material differential pay. ** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE ** If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract (either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state or local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by an employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the wage determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance with the following standards as compliance: The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the actual cost of the uniforms. In addition, where uniform cleaning and maintenance is made the responsibility of the employee, all contractors and subcontractors subject to this wage determination shall (in the absence of a bona fide collective bargaining agreement providing for a different amount, or the furnishing of contrary affirmative proof as to the actual cost), reimburse all employees for such cleaning and maintenance at a rate of $3.35 per week (or $.67 cents per day). However, in those instances where the uniforms furnished are made of “wash and wear” materials, may be routinely washed and dried with other personal garments, and do not require any special treatment such as dry cleaning, daily washing, or commercial laundering in order to meet the cleanliness or appearance standards set by the terms of the Government contract, by the contractor, by law, or by the nature of the work, there is no requirement that employees be reimbursed for uniform maintenance costs. The duties of employees under job titles listed are those described in the “Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations”, Fifth Edition, April 2006, unless otherwise indicated. Copies of the Directory are available on the Internet. A links to the Directory may be found on the WHD home page at http://www.dol. gov/esa/whd/ or through the Wage Determinations On-Line (WDOL) Web site at REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND WAGE RATE {Standard Form 1444 (SF 1444)} Conformance Process: The contracting officer shall require that any class of service employee which is not listed herein and which is to be employed under the contract (i.e., the work to be performed is not performed by any classification listed in the wage determination), be classified by the contractor so as to provide a reasonable relationship (i.e., appropriate level of skill comparison) between such unlisted classifications and the classifications listed in the wage determination. Such conformed classes of employees shall be paid the monetary wages and furnished the fringe benefits as are determined. Such conforming process shall be initiated by the contractor prior to the performance of contract work by such unlisted class(es) of employees. The conformed classification, wage rate, and/or fringe benefits shall be retroactive to the commencement date of the contract. {See Section 4.6 (C)(vi)} When multiple wage determinations are included in a contract, a separate SF 1444 should be prepared for each wage determination to which a class(es) is to be conformed. The process for preparing a conformance request is as follows: 1) When preparing the bid, the contractor identifies the need for a conformed occupation(s) and computes a proposed rate(s). 2) After contract award, the contractor prepares a written report listing in order proposed classification title(s), a Federal grade equivalency (FGE) for each proposed classification(s), job description(s), and rationale for proposed wage rate(s), including information regarding the agreement or disagreement of the authorized representative of the employees involved, or where there is no authorized representative, the employees themselves. This report should be submitted to the contracting officer no later than 30 days after such unlisted class(es) of employees performs any contract work. 3) The contracting officer reviews the proposed action and promptly submits a report of the action, together with the agency’s recommendations and pertinent information including the position of the contractor and the employees, to the Wage and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, for review. (See section 4.6(b)(2) of Regulations 29 CFR Part 4). 4) Within 30 days of receipt, the Wage and Hour Division approves, modifies, or disapproves the action via transmittal to the agency contracting officer, or notifies the contracting officer that additional time will be required to process the request. 5) The contracting officer transmits the Wage and Hour decision to the contractor. 6) The contractor informs the affected employees. Information required by the Regulations must be submitted on SF 1444 or bond paper. When preparing a conformance request, the “Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations” (the Directory) should be used to compare job definitions to insure that duties requested are not performed by a classification already listed in the wage determination. Remember, it is not the job title, but the required tasks that determine whether a class is included in an established wage determination. Conformances may not be used to artificially split, combine, or subdivide classifications listed in the wage determination. Set-Aside: Total Small Business Place of Performance: MICC – Fort Campbell Directorate of Contracting, Building 2174, 13 Indiana Street Fort Campbell KY 42223-1100 US URL:
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/PROCURE/0085
Matching Key Words: state!ky; writ*; technical; standard; operating; procedure?; 

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), National Office Procurement (OS:A:P), 6009 Oxon Hill Road, Suite 500 Oxon Hill MD 20745

U — Treasury Management Training, Coaching and Facilitation support services. A12051 041812 Minnie P Wright, Contracting Officer , Phone 202-283-4264, Email – Michael McLaughlin , Supervisor, Phone 202-283-2867, Email COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICTATION NOTICE The Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Services, Office of Treasury Procurement Services, 6009 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, Maryland 20775, is seeking potential sources, on a full and open competitive basis, to provide Treasury’s management training, coaching and facilitation support services. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation open to any responsible, responsive vendor that meets all requirements of the attached solicitation. This request for proposal for commercial items is prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitaiton; proposals are being requested and no other solicitation will be issued. The solicitation number RFP A12051 is issued as a Request for Proposal, under simplified acquisition procedures. The North American Industry Classification System Code is 611430 and the small business size standard is 7.00. Please provide a proposal as outlined in the solicitation. All responsible sources that can provide the requirements of the solicitation shall submit a written proposal outlining the technical approach for meeting this requirement and resumes of key personnel. Evaluation/award will be made based upon the best value methodology. The proposal evaluation will be in keeping with the requirements outlined in Solicitation Number A12051 and the attached Performance Work Statement (PWS), with the award favoring the best value to the Government. This solicitation is open through April 18, 2012. In order to be considered, a final technical and price proposal must be submitted NLT 2:20 PM EST on or before Wednesday, April 18, 2012. The Department of the Treasury may elect to award a single or multiple awards, Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract (s) for the same or similar training services under the subject solicitation. All responsible sources may request a copy of the solicitation and may submit a proposal, which will be considered by the Government. Requests for a copy of the solicitation should be sent electronically to: Minnie Wright @ . Telephone calls will not be accepted. All proposals must be received by 2:30 P.M., EST on Wednesday, April 18, 2012 via email to Minnie Wright (, Contracting Officer. Proposals received after the due date and time will be considered late and will not be evaluated or considered for award. Also, please provide e-mail confirmation of receipt of this solicitation. Place of Performance: Washington, DC Metro Area Washington, DC 20220 US URL:
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/PROCURE/0117
Matching Key Words: writ*; copy; technical; standard; procedure?; 

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC, MICC Center – Fort Knox, MICC Center – Fort Knox, Directorate of Contracting, Building 1109B, Fort Knox, KY 40121-5000

69–Hanging Travel Toiletry Kit Tote W9124D-12-T-0065 032712 Aaron McKellum, 502-624-6756 MICC Center – Fort Knox The Mission and Installation Contracting Command Center-Knox (MICC Center-Knox) intends to issue a request for quotation (RFQ) for Hanging Travel Tote PPI. This solicitation is 100% set aside for small business IAW FAR 19.502-2(a), all responsible and responsive businesses may submit an offer for consideration. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 339950. This requirement is being procured in accordance with FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items. The RFQ will be posted to the Army Single Face Industry Site Acquisition Business Web site at on or about 6 March 2012. This date is subject to change. All amendments to the solicitation will be likewise posted on the above website. Contractors are cautioned to check the website periodically for amendments. Faxed offers and amendments will not be accepted. Solicitation mailing list will not be compiled. The solicitation and amendments will not be sent out in paper copy. A firm-fixed price purchase order will be awarded. Prospective contractors shall be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database ( prior to the closing date listed in the solicitation. Prior to registering in CCR, contractors must obtain a DUN and Bradstreet number at 1-800-333-0505. All questions must be submitted in writing to the Contract Specialist and may be faxed to MICC MCO Knox, Attn: SSG Aaron McKellum at (502) 624-7165 or (502) 624-5869 or emailed to SSG Aaron McKellum, MICC MCO- Ft. Knox 199 6th Ave Bldg 1109 B Ste 250 Ft Knox, KY 40121-5720 Place of Performance: Ft. Knox Primary Point of Contact: SSG Aaron McKellum Contract Specialist Phone: 502-624-6756 Fax: 502-624-7165/5869 Set-Aside: Total Small Business Place of Performance: MICC Center – Fort Knox Directorate of Contracting, Building 1109B Fort Knox KY 40121-5000 US URL:
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/PROCURE/0521
Matching Key Words: state!ky; 


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Kentucky Department of Education, Financial Mgt., 500 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40601

R – MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT CONSULTANT. RFP-540-1200000335-1 DUE 25-APR-2012 Thomas Stratton, Phone: (502) 564-2351; Website: This information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/BID/0001
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

Education & Workforce Development Cabinet, Office of Administrative Services, 500 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40601

R – BOND COUNSEL EDUCATION AND WORFORCE DEVELOPMENT CABINET. RFP-531-1200000338/1 DUE 16-APR-2012 Nancy Sherrow, Phone: (502) 564-2782; Website: This information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/BID/0004
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

New Jersey Press Association NJPA – New Jersey Press Association; 840 Bear Tavern Rd.; STE 305; West Trenton, NJ 08625 Phone: 609-406-0600 FAX 609-406-0300

R – CITY OF PERTH AMBOY NOTICE Request for Proposals or Engineer SOL Public Notice ID: 18110239.HTM CITY OF PERTH AMBOY NOTICE Request for Proposals or Engineering Services The Housing Authority of the City of Perth Amboy is requesting proposals from qualified consultant architectural and engineering firms to perform the design and construction management services needed in connection with the installation of a fire sprinkler system at Wesley T. Hansen Apartments, 415 Fayette Street, Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Submittals are due by May 1, 2012. A copy of the written request Request for Proposals may be downloaded at the Authority’s website,, or contact: William Nalle, Director of Redevelopment Housing Authority of the City of Perth Amboy 881 Amboy Avenue, P.O. Box 390 Perth Amboy, Ncw Jersey 08862 Tel: 732-826-3110, ext. 623 Fax: 732-926-3105 e-Mail : Douglas G. Dzema, PHM, Executive Director ($43.74) 520762 This notice is provided by OutreachSystems ( For more information about this opportunity please contact the buyer directly.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/BID/0473
Matching Key Words: writ*; copy; 

Department of Criminal Justice Training, Kit Carson Drive, Funderburk Building, Richmond, KY 40475-3102

R – MOOT COURT ATTORNEY TRAINER SERVICES. RFP 525 1200000309 DUE 18-APR-2012 Beth Atkinson, Phone: (859) 622-8105; Website: This RFP is for the services of six (6) attorney trainers for the DOCJT Student Moot Court training sessions during FY2013 and FY2014. The Moot Court tentative schedule dates range from July 2012 to June 30, 2014, but have yet to be specifically determined. Each attorney trainer may conduct up to a maximum of thirteen (13) sessions per fiscal year. The Moot Court is divided into two sessions that run concurrently, requiring two outside attorney trainers for each session. Sessions will run during week 18 in the Basic Training Academy. The attorney trainers will serve in the roles of defense attorneys in trial settings that are based on scenario cases which students have worked during the course of their training. These attorney trainers will review students paperwork and materials prior to the courtroom exercises, cross-examine the students on their testimony, and critique the students performances, their paperwork, materials presented and on their testimonies given during the scenario trials. This information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120405/BID/0004
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

Transportation Cabinet, Division of Purchases, 4th Floor, 200 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40622

R – TRAFFIC CONTROL D1 – D5, D7 – D12 – ADDENDUM #1 RFB 605 1200000718 2 DUE 11-APR-2012 Cindy Watts; Phone: (502) 564-4630; Website: Vendor is responsible for set up, maintenance, and removal of all traffic control items required per KYTC Standard Drawing. Addendum #1 answers vendor questions. This information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120405/BID/0007
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

Finance and Administration Cabinet, Office of Procurement Services, 702 Capitol Avenue, Room 096, Frankfort, KY 40601

R – KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS FIDUCIARY LIABILITY INSURANCE – ADDENDUM #4. RFB 758 1200000659 5 DUE 11-APR-2012 Mike Gustafson; Phone: (502) 564-5945; Website: This information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120405/BID/0008
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

Kentucky State Fair Board, P.O. Box 37130, Louisville, KY 40233

R – AUDIT SERVICES PSC FOR KY STATE FAIR BOARD 2012-2013. RFP 235 1200000301 3 Melinda Marburger; Phone: 502-367-5250; Website: THIS RFP IS CANCELLED. The information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120405/BID/0010
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky;   

Kentucky State Procurement

Kentucky Housing Corporation, 1231 Louisville Road, Frankfort, KY 40601

R — FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 LOAN SERVICING LEGAL SERVICES CONTRACT. DUE 11-APR-2012 Website: Kentucky Housing Corporation is soliciting proposals for the provision of professional legal services for the Loan Servicing Department. Services will include, on an as-needed basis: A. Representation of KHC in foreclosure and bankruptcy for KHC s single-family loans. KHC estimates that an Offeror might expect to receive approximately thirty (30) to fifty (50) foreclosure and/or bankruptcy referrals per month; and/or B. Representation of KHC in servicing-related litigation matters throughout the Commonwealth in state and federal courts. Five copies of your proposal must be received at KHC s corporate office by 12:00 p.m., ET, on April 11, 2012. Proposals received after the stated deadline will NOT be accepted. Faxed or electronic copies will NOT be accepted. This notice is provided by the Kentucky Procurement Assistance Program. The information is believed to be correct, but should be verified with the issuing agency/organization.
OutreachSystems Article Number: 120406/KY/4641
Matching Key Words: age:state!ky; state!ky; 

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