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R -- OSHA Expert Witness and Compliance Assistance Support - Capabilities Statement

Notice Date
Notice Type
Sources Sought
541611 — Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
Contracting Office
Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, Office of Procurement Services, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW, S-4307, Washington, District of Columbia, 20210-0001, United States
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Point of Contact
Miriam J. Holst,
E-Mail Address
Small Business Set-Aside
Draft Performance Work Statement (PWS) I. DISCLAIMER The United States Department of Labor (DOL) is conducting market research to determine feasibility for a potential procurement requirement. This is NOT A SOLICITATION for proposals, proposal abstracts, or quotations; nor is a commitment by the Government to issue a solicitation. No reimbursement or stipend will be provided in response to this Source Sought notice. The purpose of this Sources Sought is to obtain information regarding the availability and capability of all qualified sources. Any formal solicitation that may subsequently be issued will be announced separately through Federal Business Opportunities (FBO.gov). A draft Performance Work Statement (PWS) is attached as additional information for preparing a Capabilities Statement. II. BACKGROUND The Directorate of Enforcement Programs (DEP) is the office within the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). DEP supports OSHA's mission of enforcing occupational safety and health (S&H) regulations and standards. Through policy vehicles such as directives, instructions, and interpretations, DEP provides guidance to its field personnel (i.e., compliance safety and health officers (CSHOs)) on fair and consistent enforcement of OSHA regulations and standards, and for employers on their expectation to comply with OSHAs regulations and standards. DEP provides enforcement policy and compliance guidance in the areas of general industry (1910), maritime (1915, 1917, 1918), agriculture (1928), health hazards (e.g., noise, silica) in construction (1926), and federal agencies (1960). DEP also provides guidance on the application of the general duty clause, Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act. DEP also monitors inspection data and statistics to identify trends in all industries. OSHA requires subject matter experts in occupational safety and health experts to serve as expert witnesses that will significantly improve OSHA's litigation efforts in carrying out its statutory responsibilities in the areas of occupational safety and health enforcement. In addition, the contractor will provide support in the development and review of compliance assistance products and materials, as well as public and private inquiries on OSHA regulations and standards. III. RFI QUESTIONNAIRE Please provide the following information within the Capabilities Statement: 1) Brief description of services that the Company offers. 2) Summary of approach to accomplishing the requirements listed in the Performance Work Statement (PWS). 3) Historical information (description and length of time providing DOL's required services, as well as under what North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to the public and other Federal Agencies. 4) Does your company possess the capabilities to provide the entire range and scope of these requirements? If not, please list which requirements your company can provide? 5) Please provide details regarding proposed joint ventures, teaming arrangements, strategic alliances, or other business arrangements (to include potential small business utilization) to satisfy these requirements. 6) Please provide a Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM). PLEASE NOTE: No cost or pricing information should be provided. Any received will be deleted and destroyed. 7) Based on a review of the referenced services in the draft PWS, are there suggestions that your firm would propose in terms of providing this service? IV. SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS All interested parties are required to submit a Capabilities Statement in Times New Roman 11-point or 12-point font with 1-inch margins minimum all around, not to exceed 12 pages (does not include Cover Letter), and in PDF format. The Capabilities Statement package must include the following information: 1) Cover Letter - The cover letter must include the following information: a) RFI Number. b) Company name, point of contact (POC) (individual's name, title, work and/or mobile telephone number(s) and email address) and date submitted. c) DUNS number. d) Socioeconomic Business type (to include Large Business). 2) Up to 12 pages addressing the aforementioned questionnaire. EMAIL THE CAPABILITIES STATEMENT TO Miriam Holst, Contract Specialist at holst.miriam.j@dol.gov. The subject line of the email shall read as follows "RFI No. DOL1650-DEP-18-NAT-0003 OSHA Expert Witness and Compliance Assistance Support". E-mails that do not contain the specified subject line may run the risk of being overlooked.
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Place of Performance
Address: U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washingon, District of Columbia, 20210, United States
Zip Code: 20210
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