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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF MAY 01, 2003 FBO #0518
SOLICITATION NOTICE

U -- C-37 Gulfstream V (G-V) Pilot and Flight Engineer Training

Notice Date
4/29/2003
 
Notice Type
Solicitation Notice
 
Contracting Office
Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command, AMC Contracting Flight (AMC/LGCF), 507 Symington Drive Room W202, Scott AFB, IL, 62265-5015
 
ZIP Code
62265-5015
 
Solicitation Number
FA4452-03-R-0006
 
Archive Date
10/30/2003
 
Point of Contact
Tammie Shelton, Contract Specialist, Phone (618) 256-9962, Fax (618) 256-5724, - Nancy Jurke, Contracting Officer, Phone (618) 256-9963, Fax (618) 256-5724,
 
E-Mail Address
tammie.shelton@scott.af.mil, Nancy.Jurke@scott.af.mil
 
Description
The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Contracting Flight anticipates issuance of a solicitation on a full and open competitive basis for C-37 Gulfstream V (G-V) Pilot and Flight Engineer Training. This requirement is for Initial Academic and Simulator Training and Refresher Academic and Simulator Training for pilots and flight engineers of the C-37 (G-V) aircraft. The required training services are for an estimated 18 Initial Pilot/Flight Engineer Training classes, 30 Refresher Pilot/Flight Engineer Training classes, 30 Pilot Proficiency Training classes, 6 Senior Officer Training classes, 2 Head-Up Display (HUD) Training classes, 5 Maintenance Initial Training classes, 5 Engine Run & Taxi Training classes, 30 Maintenance Update Training classes, 8 Introduction to Advanced/Automated Cockpits Training classes, 4 Avionics Maintenance Training classes, 40 Crew Emergency Training classes, and 20 Enhanced Vision System (EVS) Training classes. In addition, there will be 4 hours of Supplementary Simulator Training required. Initial training shall be to the standard that the pilots may receive an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Rating/Type Certification (as applicable). As part of the initial training, all pilots meeting the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prerequisites shall be offered the opportunity to receive an ATP/Type Certification (as applicable). The individual student is responsible for FAA prerequisites. If the ATP option is not utilized, simulator time scheduled for FAA evaluation shall be devoted to proficiency maneuvers. The training class will normally consist of 2 pilots and 1 (2 allowed) flight engineer per class. The resultant contract will be a requirements contract commencing on 1 October 2003 with four (4) one (1) year option periods. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 611512. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which will be considered by the agency. Anticipated issuance date of solicitation is on or about 15 May 2003. No hardcopies of this solicitation will be issued. The solicitation may be downloaded from the Federal Business Opportunity website at http://www.eps.gov. Verbal requests will not be acted upon. All comments should be addressed to Tammie Shelton, Contract Specialist, (618) 256-9962 or via e-mail at tammie.shelton@scott.af.mil or Nancy L. Jurke, Contracting Officer, (618) 256-9963 or via e-mail at nancy.jurke@scott.af.mil.
 
Place of Performance
Address: Training shall be conducted at the contractor's facility.
 
Record
SN00314326-W 20030501/030429213556 (fbodaily.com)
 
Source
FedBizOpps.gov Link to This Notice
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