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19 -- Next Generation Logistics Ship Industry Day

Notice Date
5/15/2020 6:14:51 AM
Notice Type
Sources Sought
336611 — Ship Building and Repairing
Contracting Office
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Response Due
6/24/2020 11:00:00 AM
Archive Date
Point of Contact
Aban Iqbal, Phone: 202-781-4859, Roxie Thomas, Phone: 202-781-5331
E-Mail Address
aban.iqbal@navy.mil, roxie.thomas@navy.mil
(aban.iqbal@navy.mil, roxie.thomas@navy.mil)
THIS IS AN INDUSTRY DAY ANNOUNCEMENT; ISSUED BY THE NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA), ON BEHALF OF THE SUPPORT SHIPS, BOATS, AND CRAFT PROGRAM OFFICE (PMS325) FOR INFORMATION AND PLANNING PURPOSES ONLY.� I. SUMMARY On behalf of the Support Ships, Boats, and Craft Program Office (PMS325), the Naval Sea Systems Command announces an Industry Day for the Next Generation Logistics Ship (NGLS). The NGLS is planned to be a new class of ships to augment the current Combat Logistics Force ships, through the use of commercial ship designs tailored for military applications to conduct logistics missions. The Industry Day will be held on 25 June 2020, via teleconference. The Industry Day will be divided into two (2) sessions. Session 1 will be a Navy-led brief of the NGLS program and Session 2 will provide same-day answers to questions from Industry attendees.� Industry attendees are encouraged to participate in both sessions; however, it is not required.� An objective of this engagement is to gain feedback from industry. The Government will use information gathered from this Industry engagement event to promote further market research, advance its analysis of alternatives, and continue the development of program characteristics. The brief will inform industry of the mission and initial requirements of the NGLS, and provide early details of the program. �The NGLS will enable refueling, rearming, and resupply of Naval assets � afloat and ashore � in support of Distributed Maritime Operations, Littoral Operations Contested Environment, and Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations. The NGLS is envisioned to be smaller than existing ships in the Combat Logistics Force, and will operate near contested environments, sustaining afloat (Surface Action Group) and ashore (Expeditionary Advanced Base) requirements. The Navy believes that there are several types of commercial vessels that may be able to perform these missions (including, but not limited to: Platform Supply Vessels, Fast Supply Vessels, or other types of Offshore Support Vessels).� The Navy is considering conversion of existing vessels, new construction, or a combination of conversions and new construction in order to acquire the required number of Next Generation Logistics Ships. � II. DATE, LOCATION, AGENDA, REGISTRATION, LOGISTICS WHEN: 25 June 2020 Session 1: NGLS Program Brief � 1100-1200 (Eastern Standard Time) Break: �Send questions to program representatives via email. Session 2: Answers to NGLS questions received via email � 1400 � 1500 (Eastern Standard Time) WHERE: The events will be via teleconference only (details will be provided to registered participants). There will not be an in-person brief due to continued public health concerns. SCHEDULE: Draft agenda for (Session 1) NGLS Program Brief (1100 � 1200):� Introduction Mission Requirements Underway Replenishment Crane Operations General Requirements Schedule Question Submittal by Attendees Answers to questions received by email (Session 2) (1400-1500) WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Shipyards, design agents, Offshore Support Vessel owners, suppliers of cranes and other material handling equipment, and other potential industry sources capable and interested in potentially building or participating in the build process for the NGLS program to meet the mission requirements stated in the above SUMMARY section. Companies with conversion experience of existing platforms are also encouraged to attend. HOW: All parties interested in attending the NGLS Brief should register via email to Chris Paulus at christopher.paulus@navy.mil by 15 June 2020. �When emailing your registration, copy the following Contracting personnel below: Roxie Thomas, at roxie.thomas@navy.mil �AND Aban Iqbal at aban.iqbal@navy.mil. The Subject line of e-mail response shall be as follows: Company Name, Response to Industry Day Announcement for NGLS program. The attendee confirmation response attachment (Attachment 1) shall be used and emailed with your registration. III. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This announcement is not a contract, a request for proposal, a promise to contract, or a commitment of any kind on the part of the Government. The Navy will not assume liability for costs incurred by an attendee for travel expenses or marketing efforts; therefore, attendee cost in response to this notice is not considered an allowable direct charge to the Government. Contracting Office Address: SEA 022 1333 Isaac Hull Avenue SE Washington Navy Yard, District of Columbia 20376 United States � Primary Points of Contact: Chris Paulus Assistant Program Manager Christopher.paulus@navy.mil Phone: 202-781-4215 Aban Iqbal Contract Specialist aban.iqbal@navy.mil Phone: 202-781-4859 � Secondary Point of Contact: Roxie Thomas Contracting Officer roxie.thomas@navy.mil Phone: 202-781-5331
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Country: USA
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