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611519 — Other Technical and Trade Schools
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Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command, Specialized Contracting Squadron, 2021 First Street West, Randolph AFB, TX, 78150-4302, UNITED STATES
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You are invited to submit a budgetary quotation to furnish training as outlined in the attached Performance Work Statement. This request is for informational planning purposes only and is important for establishment of a realistic cost estimate. The government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this solicitation, or otherwise pay for the information solicited except as provided in subsection 31.205-18, bid and proposal (b&p) costs, of the federal acquisition regulation. Identify any factors that would affect the prices quoted, and specify equipment and technical data that would be needed to support training (inclusive of stock number, part number, noun description, T.O. numbers, description of manuals and software). Also, specify whether said items would be Contractor or Government furnished. For performance in overseas areas, please identify logistical and administrative support required for your instructors. Your quotation should arrive at the above address not later than COB, 26 Feb 07 and have a validity period of at least 180 days. This is the minimum time required for processing by HQ USAF and review by the customer country. PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT 1. Scope a. Training is required by the USAF in support of Mexico?s F-5 Aircraft. Proposed training will be Type 1 contractor training, procured by Air Education and Training Command (AETC) and presented under the auspices of Air Force Security Assistance Training Program. b. Training shall be for eight Mexican Air Force Technicians (two technicians per system) on the following F-5 aircraft systems: Gyro System, Central Air Data Computer System, Attitude and Heading Reference System, and Electrical System Maintenance. c. The timeframe for the training will be mid to late 2007. d. The contractor may propose training in Mexico using the customers? equipment/systems/aircraft. Training can be provided in English or Spanish Language. If provided in English, the customer will be responsible for an interpreter. e. The contractor may propose training in CONUS at the contractor?s training facility using the contractor?s equipment. If provided in English, the contractor shall propose an interpreter as a separate cost. 2. Technical Training a. The contractor shall propose course content and duration of training for each of these systems associated with the F-5 aircraft. The training objective is to provide the Mexico AF trainees with a capability to make authorized repairs to the systems. b. The contractor shall provide course outlines detailing major topics/assemblies and the hours required to train the technicians. This is required for disclosure purposes. Training shall include combinations of formal classroom instruction and "hands-on" practical exercises so as to provide skill proficiency to perform tasks "unsupervised". c. The contractor shall identify any prerequisite training the students shall possess prior to arrival for this training. Students will be equivalent to a USAF 5/7 skill level in their specialty. Students may not speak fluent English. 3. Training Materials Training materials can be in contractor format. All training materials used by the student during course presentation will be retained by the student. 4. Transportation and Quarters Transportation and quarters will be the responsibility of the students regardless of training location.
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