Management Administrative Resources Services (MARS) IV

For The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Edwards Air Force Base, CA

Solicitation in a Nutshell:

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Agency:US Air Force /Air Force Materiel Command
Office:Air Force Test Center – 96th Test Wing
Status:Solicitation
Due Date:November 18, 2019 4:00 PM Pacific Time
Solicitation Number:FA9300-19-R-0001
NAICS Codes:561110 — Office Administrative Services
Contract Vehicle:Undetermined
Contract Period:4 Yr. Total – 1 Yr. Base & 3 x 1 Yr. Option Period(s)
Type of Contract and Award:CPFF, FFP, T&M/Indefinite Delivery Contract
Number of Awards:Single Award
Contract Value:$2,000,000,000
Set-Aside:Total Small Business
Due Date & Time:TBD
Facility Clearance:Secret
Summary:This is a Sources Sought Synopsis (SSS) / Request for Information (RFI) #1 for the MARS IV contract, as well as a notice of intent to hold an Industry Day/Site Visit. This effort is a follow-on contract to MARS III (Contract #FA9300-15-D-0001) currently being performed at the Air Force Rocket Laboratory, Rocket Propulsion Directorate (AFRL/RQ- W), Edwards AFB, CA. The MARS IV contract will provide on-site support for all management, personnel, equipment, supplies, transportation, tools, materials, and other non- personal services necessary to perform tasks as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS). This includes the planning, coordination, and surveillance of activities necessary to ensure disciplined work performance and timely resources application to accomplish all tasks under the contract.

THERE IS NO SOLICITATION AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. REQUESTS FOR A SOLICITATION WILL NOT RECEIVE A RESPONSE. This SSS/RFI #1 is in support of market research being conducted by the Air Force to identify potential sources, as well as to outline information on the MARS IV acquisition to solicit industry feedback. This requirement is planned to be a competitive award.

Scope:
General: Management Administrative Resources Services (MARS) IV is a non-personal services contract to provide seamless support for financial management, administrative, and specialized services support to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Edwards AFB, California. The government shall not exercise any supervision or control over the service providers performing the services herein. Such service providers shall be accountable solely to the contractor who, in turn, is responsible to the government.
Mission:Performance Threshold. The minimum performance level of a performance objective required by the Government. Quality Assurance (QA). Those actions taken by the Government to assure services meet the requirements of the Performance Work Statement (PWS). Contracting Officer Representative (COR). Individual who monitors a Contractor on a daily basis and who is involved in every aspect of a contract to ensure the Contractor is in compliance with that contract. Quality Assurance Program Coordinator (QAPC). The individual designated by the contracting squadron commander to manage the installation QA program.
Background:Performance Threshold. The minimum performance level of a performance objective required by the Government. Quality Assurance (QA). Those actions taken by the Government to assure services meet the requirements of the Performance Work Statement (PWS). Contracting Officer Representative (COR). Individual who monitors a Contractor on a daily basis and who is involved in every aspect of a contract to ensure the Contractor is in compliance with that contract. Quality Assurance Program Coordinator (QAPC). The individual designated by the contracting squadron commander to manage the installation QA program.

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Solicitation Package Page:USAF MARS IV on Beta.SAM.gov

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