Sentinel F1 Radar Repair Parts

Subject: Sentinel F1 Radar Repair Parts
Solicitation Number: SPRRA2-23-R-0010
Notice Type: SOLICIT
NAICS: 334511
Notice Published: 05-14-24
Response Due: 05-14-24

Contact: J. Adam Henson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office Address: REDSTONE ARSENAL, AL 35898-7340
Place of Performance: Fullerton, CA 92834

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The purpose of this amendment is to revise the Attached Enclosure-001- Identification of Requirements for Proposal SPRRA2-23-R-0010 in support of the Sentinel F1 Radar Replacement Parts for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) to Chile and Egypt. DLA AHCA April 17, 2023 Raytheon Missiles and Defense 1801 Hughes Drive Fullerton, CA 92834 RE: Amendment 0001 to Letter Request for Proposal SPRRA2-23-R-0010 Mr. Colby J. Dionne, The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) wishes to add 25 part numbers for Chile and 30 part numbers for Egypt (listed in Enclosure 001) for the Sentinel F1 Radar Replacement Parts to the Raytheon Alpha V Long-Term Contract, SPRBL1-15-D-0017. DLA Contracting Team Identification: Justine Kirk, DLA Aviation- Huntsville Contracting Officer E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: (256) 690-5424 Michael Ellison, DLA Aviation- Huntsville Contracting Officer E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: (256) 690-5751 Greg McCreless, DLA Aviation-Huntsville Contract Specialists E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone (256) 309-9765 A. Please adhere to the following timelines: 1. Indicate your intention to provide a responsive add-on proposal to this RFP in writing within five (5) business days. It is requested that a negative response be accompanied by an explanation. Responses shall be provided to the contracting team identified above. 2. Your response is requested as soon as possible. If you choose to submit an add-on proposal, it shall be submitted before 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST), August 14, 2023. B.Instructions: 1.The negotiated contract (SPRBL1-15-D-0017) shall govern the Contractors andGovernments rights and obligations. 2.Contract clauses are governed by the basic agreement. No alternate or additional clausesshall be submitted with this proposal. Clause suggestions will flow through the RaytheonIDIQ Service Center representative managing this contract to the Primary ProcuringContracting Officer. Raytheon can propose alternate terms and conditions asassumptions to their proposal. All proposed assumptions shall be discussed duringnegotiations and agreed upon in writing prior to the confirmation of negotiation letter. 3.This RFP is not an authorization to start work. 4.Please ensure that you read the entire RFP, prior to submitting your proposal. Yourproposal shall be in full compliance with the instructions of this RFP. Please refer to eachcountry tab listed in enclosure 001 supporting the Sentinel F1 Radar Replacement Parts.Any risk taken on for this requirement shall not be reimbursed by the Government. 5.The Proposal must be certified to the 1 Year Best Estimated Quantity (BEQ) for eachcountry tab (Chile/ Egypt) listed on the Identification of Requirements (Enclosure 001),which is determined as the highest priced alternative to the Government. 6.Your proposal shall remain valid for a minimum of one hundred and eighty (180) daysfrom receipt by the Government. C.Proposal Content/Cost/Price Supporting Documentation. At a minimum your proposal shallinclude the following: 1.The Government contemplates Firm-Fixed-Pricing for this add-on item in accordance withthe overarching basic contract, and requests pricing for one (1) year. This is an RFP forPart Numbers support requirements generated by the Search, Track, Acquire, Radiate,Eliminate (STARE) Project Office used on the Sentinel F1 Radar Replacement Parts forForeign Military Sales (FMS) to Chile and Egypt. a.All hardware will be delivered to the Government per the below:For Chile: Ship to: (MAPAC DCI002) DSV Air & Sea Inc, DSV Defense Warehouse1005 West Middlesex Ave. Door 141 Port Reading, NJ 07064 Mark for: (MAPAC DCIF00) FUERZA AEREA DE CHILE, COMMANDO LOGISTICOLINEA DE RECEPCION F-16 AV. PEDRO AGUIRRE CERDA 5500SANTIAGO CHILE For Egypt: Ship to: (MAPAC KEG002) DF YOUNG 7465 CANDLEWOOD RD SUITE M HANOVER, MD 21076-3183 ATTN: KATHLA DORNON, EMAIL: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. TEL: 410-859-4170, FAX: 410-859-8138 Mark for: (MAPAC KEGP00) EGYPTIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENSE ARMAMENT AND AMMUNITION DEPARTMENT WORKSHOP 60 NASR CITY, CAIRO, EGYPT 2. The offeror shall prepare one summary schedule. This buy supports the task to provide repair parts for the Sentinel F1 Radar System. Along with the summary schedule, the offeror shall provide fully supportable cost data which substantiates the offerors summary schedule for the P/N. Submission must include working excel formulas. Submission shall be in accordance with FAR 15.408, Table 15-2, Instructions for Submitting Cost/Price Proposals when Certified Cost or Pricing Data are required. Back up documentation shall detail the labor categories to be used, labor hours proposed by category, material and equipment cost, and a total cost breakdown. The offeror shall also provide supporting cost/price documentation for all proposed subcontractors, to include the proposed type of subcontract. a.To comply with this solicitation, the offeror is required to price for thefollowing Fiscal Year: Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) b. Please price 25-part numbers for Chile and 30 part numbers for Egypt forthe Sentinel F1 Radar Replacement Parts. Please refer to Enclosure 001 Identification of Requirements for Part specifications and quantities.Pricing will be made Per FAR 15.408 Table 15-2, cost analyses must be performed by the offeror for subcontracts identified in the ConsolidatedBill of Materials as having total proposed pricing that exceeds theregulatory threshold indicated in FAR Part 15.403-4 for the 1 Year BEQonly. Fair and reasonable subcontractor analysis in accordance with FAR 15.404-3(b) Subcontract Pricing Considerations shall be provided for the1 Year BEQ only. c. The Government did not provide separate Subcontract Line-Item Numbers (SLINs) to accommodate items that may require reusable shipping containers. However, if an item requires a reusable shipping container, a SLIN may be added to allow the offeror to price the item with a shipping container. The offeror shall propose the most expeditious delivery schedule for each item. d. The Government requests specific hardware packaging for delivery. Hardware delivered shall be marked IAW MIL-STD-130 and entered in the IUID registry prior to delivery. Contractor shall package, mark, and crate for overseas shipment, all items IAW ASTM D3951-10. Each item shall be individually packaged. e. A sanitized cost break-down (no cost information, no rates/dollars) shall also be provided in a Microsoft Excel File. f. In support of the proposed Indirect Expense Rates, RTN, IOTs and its subcontractor(s) shall provide documentation of the most recent Indirect Expense Rates, to include, at least one of the following (A, B, or C):A.Forward Pricing Rate Agreements (FPRAs) with DCAA or DCMAB.Forward Pricing Rate Recommendations (FPRR) from DCAA or DCMAC.Forward Pricing Rate Proposal (FPRP), Approved Provisional Rates Proposal or other statement of current rates including one (1) year of Incurred Cost Submissions to DCAA detailing pools and bases (by expense accounts) information which validates the calculations or one (1) year historical actual detailing pools and bases (by expense accounts) information which validates the calculations. Note: The rates reflected in the FPRA, FPRR, FPRP, Approved Provisional Rates Proposal or other statement of current rates shall directly match the proposed rates as detailed in the proposal. If the rates do not match, the offeror shall provide sufficient detail explaining how the proposed rates are realistic. g. Identify key business unit personnel related to contracting, technical and pricing questions and known DCMA or DCAA business unit points of contact (POCs) to expedite the question/review process. h. In accordance with FAR clause 52.215-22, Limitation on Pass-Through Charges, if Raytheon intends to subcontract more than 70 percent of the total cost of work to be performed under the resulting add-on, Raytheon shall identify in its proposal a description of the value-added provided by Raytheon as related to the work to be performed by the subcontractor(s) as defined by FAR clause 52.215-23. i.DFARS Clause 252.211-7003, Item Unique Identification and Valuation is applicable in this Letter Request for Proposal and forthcoming contract. j. In accordance with the Section H, Add/Delete Process of basic contract SPRBL1-15-D-0017, within 14 days of proposal submission to the Government under the Add/Delete process, Raytheon shall complete an evaluation of the Add-on population Bill of Materials (BOM). Additionally, they shall evaluate the Add-on population BOM against the current contract BOM for the same system if parts for that system are currently on contract. If commonalities occur, Raytheon shall provide a market pricing cost report. k.Raytheon shall assert restrictions on technical data or software as required, when Raytheon shall deliver with less than Unlimited Rights IAW DFARS 252.227-7017. l. Raytheon shall identify and address in its proposal all actual or potential Organizational Conflicts of Interests (OCIs), per FAR 9.5, or state that there are no known potential OCIs. If any actual or potential OCIs are identified, then Raytheon shall submit a mitigation plan. m.All communications SHALL be submitted in writing ONLY AND directly to both the contracting officer and contracting specialist identified on the first page of this RFP. Raytheon shall not contact any other Government personnel other than the person(s) identified above. Contacting any Government personnel other than the individual(s) identified above could result in an organizational conflict of interest (OCI). n.No assumptions, terms, conditions, caveats, or exceptions submitted within your proposal, in response to this RFP, will be accepted or incorporated into the basic contract. All assumptions shall be addressed and/or resolved using the question- and-answer period. o. Progress payment clause 52.232-16 lives on the basic contract SPRBL1-15-D-0017. If you wish to receive progress payments, you shall note that in your proposal. Progress Payments will be agreed to during negotiations and added to each applicable delivery order. p. Prohibition on the acquisition of covered defense telecommunications equipment of service clause 252.204-7018 will be added to each applicable delivery order. q. Raytheon shall submit their Small Business Plan with their proposal as a separate document SBxxxx.doc. This enclosure will be used to ensure Raytheon is on track to meet the goals established in the base contract. r. The Government reserves the right to award the Part Number/NSNs of this solicitation either on the same contract modification or separate contract modification. If any Part Number/NSNs trip a Cost and Price Analysis (CAPA) threshold, and delay submission on a proposal, we advise Raytheon to propose those separately. Those proposed separately will be awarded on a separate contract modification. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Greg McCreless and/or Michael Ellison and/or Justine Kirk identified on the first page of this RFP.