UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE BUREAU FOR INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AFFAIRS OFFICE OF AVIATION (INL/A)
Paragraph Major Requirement
1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.A.1 Statement of Requirements (SOR) Description: The SOR provided herein details requirements and tasks required to be performed by the contractor in order to achieve the program objectives. The contractor efforts are focused on achieving those specific objectives enumerated in the technical requirements and performance standards throughout the SOR. Performance standards are provided for each SOR line item that requires a service delivery by the Contractor. Metrics will be developed and provided in the Quality Assurance Plan. The contractor will remain flexible and responsive to changes in INL/A requirements and remain vigilant in the area of safety, personnel, and protection of property. Cost control, management control, and efficient use of resources are the cornerstone of best business operations. 1.A.1.a
The SOR is organized into sections.
• Provides for general program background and mission information.
• Addresses management and administrative functions that the contractor must
perform to ensure program requirements are met across the spectrum of the Global Aviation Program. The requirements of this section are crucial to proper program risk management and control of operations, safety and business functions. Section 3
s key performance requirements and tasks necessary to efficiently perform, manage, and administer the centralized headquarters components of DOS Air Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. The CONUS HQ is vital to the program management and support of OCONUS operations and serves as a key training center and supply chain hub. Section 4 -10
• Addresses key performance requirements unique to the OCONUS sites and not addressed in Section 2.
1.A.1.b This SOR provides the framework for the contractor and lays out the requirements, tasks, and performance standards required for success. Requirement changes dictated by USG, process improvements, quality management, contract life-cycle management, and other systemic or programmatic changes will subsequently require changes to the SOR. These
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