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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF JULY 17, 2009 FBO #2790
SOLICITATION NOTICE

P -- Advance Cruise Missile (ACM) Classified Disposal

Notice Date
7/15/2009
 
Notice Type
Presolicitation
 
NAICS
562211 — Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal
 
Contracting Office
Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, Tinker OC-ALC - (Central Contracting), DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE; 3001 STAFF DR STE 2AH 86A; TINKERAFB; OK; 73145
 
ZIP Code
73145
 
Solicitation Number
FA8107-09-R-0003
 
Response Due
8/31/2009
 
Point of Contact
Annelda Dade, Phone 405-622-7271, Fax 405-622-7261, Emailannelda.dade@tinker.af.mil - Robert Reed, Phone 405-622-7274, Fax405-622-7267, Email robert.reed@tinker.af.mil<br />
 
E-Mail Address
Annelda Dade
(annelda.dade@tinker.af.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
Item: 0001Advance Cruise Missile (ACM) Classified Disposal Sole Source to Clean Harbor Description: Duration of Contract Period: Basic and 4(four) year options Electronic procedure will be used for this solicitation. The proposed contract action is for a service to support the AdvanceCruise Missile (ACM) Classified Disposal in which the Government intendsto solicit and negotiate with only One Source under the authority of FAR6.302. Solicitation FA8107-09-R-0001, PR FD2030-09-90445G; 327ACSG/PK-Tinker AFB OK 73145-3032. For additional information contractAnnelda L. Dade, Phone (405) 622-7271, fax (405) 622-7261 and via e-mailannelda.dade@tinker.af.mil. The approximate issue date of solicitationwill be 29 July 2009/approximate closing date 31 August 2009. A firmfixed price requirement type non-commercial contract is contemplatedwith one basic year and 4(four) one year options. Period of performanceis 02 October 2009 through 01 October 2014. The Contractor must havethe knowledge and capabilities to provide disposal services for varioustypes of debris generated by the US Air Force, or other Governmentagencies at Hill Air Force Base or Utah Lakeside Test and Training Ragecomplex, UTAH. The Contractor must be knowledgeable of and comply withall applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, regulations andrequirements regarding environmental protection and to develop,maintain, and deliver a Hazardous Materials Management Program (HMMP)report utilizing the Waste Inventory and Tracking System (WITS) used atHill Air Force Base. The vendor must have the capability to processmaterial for disposal in bulk or drum. Facilities and services must havea demonstrated capability to provide the disposal services that complywith DLA Demil Code "D" which reads, "MLI (SME) -- Total destruction ofitem and components so as to preclude restoration or repair to a usablecondition by melting, cutting, tearing, scratching, crushing, breaking,punching, neutralizing, etc. (As an alternate, burial or deep waterdumping may be used when approved by the DoD Demilitarization ProgramOffice.)" Due to the diverse nature of the material being destroyedburning at 2000 f is the preferred method of destruction. The governmentrequires a capability to dispose of 10 to 15 thousand pounds ofclassified material per year. Vender must be able to have the storagecapacity for 550,000 gallons or 10,000 individual 55 gallon plasticdrums. Classified materials generated by ACM demil includes RadarAbsorbing Material (RAM) coating, ceramic coating, R-film and otherclassified components. The coating is attached to metal with thefollowing estimated percentages: Aluminum 75%, Stainless Steel 12%,Titanium 9%, and other 4%. The missile engine is not included in thislist of material for demilitarized missiles, but may be included in thematerial to be destroyed that is generated from flight tests. Smallamounts of soil remaining from the ground impact may be present on thedebris generated by flight tests. The material will be in various shapesand sizes of 3 feet by 2 feet or less. This material will be deliveredby government truck or commercial carrier by the US Air Force, or othergovernment agencies, at Hill Air Force Base or Utah Lakeside Test andTraining Range complex. Prior to the delivery at the disposal site, thegovernment will remove any unexpended explosive devices and/or materialssuch as warheads, squibs and fuel. The contractor shall obtain a SECRETFacility Clearance IAW the provisions of DoD Manual 5220.22-M. Anyemployee(s) shall also have a SECRET security clearance prior tocommencement of any work at the destruction facility. The contractor'sfacility must be within eight hour round trip driving distance of HillAFB UT and Lakeside Test and Training Range to allow delivery,destruction and return of the government employees within one eight hourshift. Delivery of this material will be planned for the earlymorning. This requires the contractor to establish an early morningschedule for destruction with the process beginning as soon as possibleafter the material arrives. Scheduling is a crucial aspect of thisrequirement; schedules must be adhered to, allowing disposals to becompleted on day of delivery. IAW FAR 5.207(c)(15)(ii), All responsible sources may submit acapability statement, proposal, or quotation, which shall be consideredby the agency
 
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