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FY12 Top Ops Webinar Talking Points 100411

FY12 Top Ops Webinar Talking Points 100411

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FY2012 Top Opps Webinar Talking Points
Army Eagle
General Comments
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EAGLE is one of several non-IT efforts on our list.
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EAGLE is a logistics and professional services contract intended to meet operations and otherlogistic requirements worldwide, including supply services, maintenance, transportation support,tactical planning, and operations.
Ceiling Value
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Contract value has been a moving target. Original estimate from Govt. was $30B, but the overall valuemight be closer to the $15B-$20B range.
Solicitation Date
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Our current estimate of a timeline for RFP release is late 2Q or mid 3QFY12, with contract award in 1Qor 2QFY13
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We expect a Draft RFP will be released this quarter, before end of CY.
 Incumbents
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EAGLE is an indirect follow-on to the FIRST contract vehicle, but also includes 270+ standalonecontracts, including large contracts like Global Maintenance Augmentation Support Services (GMASS)and Global Property Management Support Services (GPMSS).
 Awards & Competition
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Competition looks like it will be full and open with Small Business Reserve Awards, but the ContractingOffice is keeping all options open for the time being.
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Awards will be distributed among 2 vendor pools - Large Business & Small Business
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The # of vendors per pool is undetermined.
 
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Navy NGEN
General Comments
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NGEN is the follow-on contract to the NMCI effort that was awarded to EDS (now HP EnterpriseServices) back in 2001.
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There is currently a bridge contract in place between NMCI and NGEN called the Continuity of Services Contract (CoSC). This is also held by HP ES.
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NGEN will carry on the work of NMCI/CoSC building an enterprise network that providessecure, net-centric data and services to Navy and Marine Corps personnel.
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The goals of the effort include operating and maintaining the NMCI network, ensuring continuedinformation assurance (IA) capabilities, providing Government Command and Control,maintaining continuity of service, and laying the groundwork for the Naval Network Enterprise(NNE) 2016
Ceiling Value
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Current Navy estimates of the ceiling value run up to $14.5B.
Solicitation Date
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The stated RFP release date is December 21, 2011.
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Navy has been adamant about meeting this deadline.
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Industry Day October 28, 2011
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Reagan Building in Washington, DC
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We currently anticipate awards will be made no later than 4QFY12
 Awards and Competition
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There is confusion surrounding the potential number of awards and what they will be awarded for.
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NGEN has garnered a LOT of attention from Congress and the GAO. Potential cost is of coursea concern, but the acquisition strategy being used by Navy is also getting attention.
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Our understanding of acquisition strategy is that there are two segments to the procurement -Enterprise Services (ES) and Transport Services (TXS).
 
Offerors may submit proposals for one segment, for both segments, or they may submit acombined proposal.
 
The Navy intends to make an award to either a single Offeror or combination of Offerorsthat results in the lowest total combined price for both segments among technicallyacceptable proposals.
 
This should result in the award of two (ES and TXS) or one (combined ES and TXS)single award Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Firm Fixed Price (FFP)contracts.
 
Potential OCI has not been clarified to this point, making it difficult for vendors todevelop a clear bidding strategy.
 
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Army CTS
General Comments
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CTS is a full lifecycle Satellite Communications (SATCOM), Long Haul Transmission Systems, Radioand Wireless Systems, and Command Center Systems program for all Army and Defense communitycustomers.
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Coming out of PM Defense Communications and Transmission Systems (DCATS) at PEO EIS.
Ceiling Value
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CTS valued at $10.5B.
Solicitation Date
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Current Govt. timeline says RFP release in 1QFY12, but given history of delays it is entirely possible thatthe RFP could be pushed back to 2QFY12. We anticipate an award in 1QFY13.
 Incumbents
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CTS is not a direct follow-on to any contract effort.
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It is being put in place to consolidate work currently being carried out under 25+ standalonecontracts and task orders, most of which were awarded off of WWSS, S3 and R2.
 Awards & Competition
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Small business reserve awards are awards made to small businesses as a result of an unrestrictedcompetition. They are not set-aside and the awards will be made to large businesses if eligible smallbusinesses are not selected for award.

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