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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF MAY 15, 2010 FBO #3094
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U -- COMMAND AIR CREW TRAINING (CACT) PROGRAM FOR ACADEMIC AND SIMULATOR TRAINING ON THE 20A/D AIRCRAFT

Notice Date
5/13/2010
 
Notice Type
Sources Sought
 
NAICS
611512 — Flight Training
 
Contracting Office
Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, 12350 Research Parkway, Code 253, Orlando, Florida, 32826-3224
 
ZIP Code
32826-3224
 
Solicitation Number
N61339-10-R-0035
 
Archive Date
6/22/2010
 
Point of Contact
John Tran, , Alan W Wright,
 
E-Mail Address
binh.t.tran@navy.mil, alan.wright@navy.mil
(binh.t.tran@navy.mil, alan.wright@navy.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando Florida has a requirement to support the Navy’s Command Aircraft Crew Training (CACT) Program for academic and simulator training on the C-20A/D aircraft. A commercial, Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Indefinite Delivery Requirements contract is anticipated with a sixteen months base period followed by three consecutive twelve-month options and one eight-month option, for a total of sixty-month period of performance commencing 1 June, 2011. North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) Code is 611512, size standard $25.5 million. The following C-20A/D specific individual courses are required: C-20A/D Pilot Initial Training, C-20A/D Pilot Recurrent, C-20A/D Pilot Initial Differences Training Course, C-20A/D Initial Crew Chief Training, C-20A/D Recurrent Crew Chief Training, C-20A/D Maintenance Managers Course, and C-20A/D Crew Chief Initial Differences Training Course (concurrent with pilot course). The following individual non-aircraft specific International Procedures training courses are required: Pilot Initial International Procedures Training and Pilot Refresher International Procedures Training. The C20A/D pilot courses must be presented at a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 142 certified training center for the Gulfstream III aircraft at time of training. For all courses, the contractor shall provide: all the necessary facilities, certified instructors, management personnel, scheduling/administrative personnel; materials; rights for use of materials for this contracted training, training devices, simulators; and courseware/materials needed for each course. Pilot Initial course attendees will be designated Naval Aviators. C-20A/D Pilot Recurrent course attendees will be qualified Navy, C-20A/D Pilot-in-Command or Second Pilot Naval Aviators that will have normally completed the C-20A/D Pilot Initial Course. All International Procedures course attendees will be designated Naval Aviators. These C-20A/D CACT program training courses require classroom (academic and practical) training, a Cockpit Familiarization Trainer (CFT) that depicts all cockpit systems, a Part Task Trainer (PTT) for aircraft system training with trainee input and trainer response capability, and a C20A/D (Gulfstream III (GA-1159-A) Level “C” flight simulator. In lieu of the CFT or PTT, a higher order device may be used. Courses are stand-alone in that no contractor, pre-arrival training requirements of the trainee will be allowed. Courses may be existing commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) training courses modified to meet specific requirements delineated herein. All training courses shall be taught in compliance with the C20A/D Model Manager Approved Training Syllabi. The contractor will be required to submit training syllabus for each course for government approval. C-20A/D training will not result in a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) check flight or certification. Businesses capable of accomplishing the required services are invited to submit literature, brochures, and capability summaries identifying, at a minimum, BUSINESS SIZE and relevant experience on similar contracts (limit to within 3 years including dollar value, complexity and point of contact). Brevity of extraneous information is desired. Responses are requested by 07 JUNE 2010. The submission of this information is for PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY and is neither to be construed as a commitment by the Government to procure any services, nor for the Government to pay for the information received. No solicitation document exists at this time. All responding information and/or questions concerning this requirement should be in writing via email to the Contract Specialist, John Tran, at binh.t.tran@navy.mil. Phone questions and/or inquires are not accepted.
 
Web Link
FBO.gov Permalink
(https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DON/NAVAIR/N61339/N61339-10-R-0035/listing.html)
 
Record
SN02148890-W 20100515/100513235254-416661ec63098300e88142a423a8f23b (fbodaily.com)
 
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