SOllCITATlONIC OFFeROR TO

1. REQUleTION NUMBeR JSTOf.DtlmtQ

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4. OROeR. NUMBEIt fO)034..10·.F .. Ol~5

$. !JOUC,tATION NUMI!CR HCXlO34-1().R-0054

a CO'ITII;I(;T NO. GS23F8144H

9. ISSlJEiO $'1"

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WHSACOUISITlON 3. PROCUREMEHTOfFICE j 1$5 DEFENSE PENTAGON

WASHIHGTOO DC 20301-1156

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12.01$COUNTTERMS Nel30Days

COOS 1..:.;;:=::..... --1'6. ADMlNIS1'eRliil> 8'1' COOE

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l1aCONTRACTQRIOFF!ER()fI

CODE tl))75

~8a. AAYMiNT WI~L BE "'DE GY '-----I

WESTAT.INC.

VERONICA NIEVA

1650 REseARCH BlVO ROCKVillE ltD 20850-3195

FACiliTY r-----i CODe:

17b. crtD{ F REMTTAIlCES t:FFEfeIT ANJPUf Sl.O-I AIXl'8S IN OFFER

CODe: ~

CFAs-cc:vsourH tNTITl..BIENT OI'ERA TONS P.O. aox 182264

COI.LM3LS 0043218-2264

111b. SLeM1" moce TO AfXJIlESS SI-OWN IN BLCl()(: 1&1. lH.6SS BLOCK BaOWlS

SEE SCHEDULE

26. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA

See SCheclui.

021 •. SOLICITATION INCORPORATES 8Y REF'ERENCE FAR 52.212·1. 52.2124. FAR &:2:.2124. 52.212·$ A!'IE ATTACHED. ADDENO';' []Me: DARE NOT ATTACHED

o 27b. CONTRACTIPVRCHASE ORDER INCORPORATES 8V REF"EREHCE FAR 52.212 .... FAR $2.2,a·5IS ATTACHED. ADOEND" ~EDARE NOTATTACHfiD

28. CONTR"CTOR IS REQUIRED TO SIGN THIS OOCUMEIH AN!> REIURN 1 COPIES 29. AWARD Of CONTRACT: REFERENCE

DOFFER DATED • '>'COR OFFER ON SOLICITATION

(BLOCK 5). INCLUDING ANY ADDITIONS ali CHANGES WHICH ARE SFT FORTH HEREIN. IS ACCEPTED AS TO ITEMS: SEE SCHEDULE

24. A

2ft. TOtAL .... WARO AMOUNT (F.,.. GCM. Us. Dilly}

$3,431.518.00

G:~~~~ :~~E~~~~:~F~:~:~~ ~~~6!f~~g~~;.':A~~~=

SUSJECl TO THE TfiRIioIS AND CONDmoNS SPeCIFIED HEREIN.

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308. SIGNA ~ OF OFFERORICONTAACTOR

lOb. NAPJEAr .. :>Trn..ECFSGNER (TYPE OR PRlN!)

3Oc. OATESlGlIED

AUTI-ORIZ,ED FOR LdCt<L ~nJCmN fRElllOLS EDITlON IS oor USABLE

STANDARD FORM 1449 (REl/3I2OO5) Fl'escrlbed by GSA

FAR (48 CFR) 5$.212

SOUClTATlONfCONTRACT/ORDER FOR COMMERCIAL ITEMS (CONTINUED)

I PAGE2OF24

SEESCHEOuLE

3211, OOAlIITl1Y IN (;~u:1.tN 21 HAS seEN

0' RECEIVED OINSPEClEO ~CCeP'lED. AND CONFORMS TO TH E CONTRACt. ElCePT AS NOTEO:

3211. SIGNATUREOf' AUTHORIZeD GOVeI<MME!N't 32<;. DAre . 32d, PRI~ HAlE AND TlTLS OF I!.u:THORIZEO GOVERNMeNT

REPReSENTATIVE REPReSEMTAlIVE

32;. £.MAli. OF AUTHORIZEQ GOVERNMENT REPRESENTA riVE

36. AMOUNT VERIFIEO CQRRECTFOO

33. SHIP NlJlAl!ER

34. VOUcHER NUMBER

f PARllAL I l'INAl

AlJlHlRClIDFORLOCAl ~ mE.V1OI..S EDITION IS!\oT l.SA8I..E

3a SIR ACCOUNT NUMBER 139. SIR VOUCHER NUMBER 40. PAID Blf

----~------~~~~~~--------------------------------_4

41a I CER'I1FY 1'H1$ ACCOUNT IS CORRECT II FOR PAY MENT 421. RECEI\II;D BY (Prillt)

4 tI). SIGNAtuRE AND 11nE {:F ~l1FY 41c. OA1'E

<lao. RECEIVED AT (t""aI~'Ii

STAII04.RD FOft.A 1449 (ReI 31.2005) BACK F\'escribed by GSA

FAR (48 CFR) 53.212

TASK, t (;oifd\l¢{Suwcy PEP

This CLINincludesACMember Survey.Re Member Survey, AC Spouse Survey and RC Spouse Survey. This survey must be completed JAW Section 6.0 offhe PWS

PURCHASE ~C!U~ST NUMBER: J8T042220100211)

StrPPLIESt$ERVt:C;13S QUANTITY

104- "I:A$K2. [f1t'Qrmatil:'lIlExem.l'Ige BQnrm FBP

1I'lfortllali9n~JC,~i:\g~if'()l'\ImaretbbeC()lllpl<:tcd"~AWWith5'2.1-bfthePWS~

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PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: 1S1'042220 lOO21.Q

ACRN AA

SUPPLIES/SERVICES QUANTITY UNlT

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0006

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'tiavcland ODeil GOST

ReImbursable CLIN for ODCs and appro\'ed TtaveJ,erilttached PWS.Travel for

this contract ro, in accordance with F' AR 31;20$-46, ''Travel costs." Any

travel outsjde~ egulation may be at the c~traclot'~ expense. All costs

associated withlhls (itlC item must be approved by the COritracting Officer before

costs are incurr s eLm includes the contractor dcistroying all records and

data sets aBlle . n of the Government or 365 qa~aftcr contract completion

and provide tne,Contractirig Officer with proof of destrUction as stated in 1.3.5 of thePWS. '

PURCHASE REqUEST NUMBER: JSTQ42Z2bl()(!~~O

ITEM NO SUPPL1ESiSEiWICES 1001 Ol"rlON

QUANTITY 2

tzyt~~

Each

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rbi(4)

~

ITEM NO 1002 OPTION

SUPPLIES1SERv"ICES QtiAI'tI'ITY

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option is exercised wltb a not to exceed 2· period o(perfonnance.

PURCHASE REQtlE$T NUMBER: JST 01 OQ21 0

ITEM NO SUPPLIES/SERVICES 1004 QPTION

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rNSPECTAt Destination' Destination Destination. Destination Destination Destination DestilllltiQn

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ESTlMA TED COST

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1002 Destination

1003 Destination

1004 De,tination

1005 Destination

1006 Destination

Government Government Government Government Government

Destination Destination Destination ' Destination Destination

Government Government Government Government Government

DELIVERY INFORMATION

CLIN DELIVERY DA 1'1: QUANTITY

0001 POP 13-MAY·2010TO N/A 12·MAY-2011

SHIP TO ADDRESS urc

WHS/APSD HQOl48

DONNAA. TO

1801 SOUTH LSTREET, ROOM 409

ARLINGTON VA 22202

703-602-2911

FOB: Destination

0002 POP B·MAY·201OTO N/A 12-MAY-2011

0003 POP J3-MAY-2010 TO NIA 12·MAY-201l

0004 pop B·MAY·2010TO NfA 12-MA Y.20 11

OOOSPOP t3·MAY-20IOTO NJA

12·MAY·2011

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HOOI48

FOB: .Destination

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HQ0148

FOB: Destination

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCA nON) HOOI48

FOB: Destination

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HOO148

FOB: Destination

0006 POP 13-MAY-2010TO NfA 12-MAY-2011

1001 POP 13-MAY-2010 TO NfA 12-MA Y -20 J 1

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HQOl48

FOB: Destination

(SAMBAS PREVIOUS LOCAT10N) HQOl48

FOB: Destination

1002 POP 13·MAY-20IOTO N/A 12-MAY-2011

1003 POP 13-l'vIAY·20IOTO N/A 12-MA Y ·20 1I

ASPREVIOUS.LOCATION) HQOJ48

estination

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HQOl48

FOB: Destination

1005 POP 13·MAY.2010TO N/A 12-MAY-2011

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HQOl48

FOB: Destination

1004 POP 13·Mi\.Y·2010TO N/A 12·MAY-2011

(SAME AS PREVIOL:S LOCATION) HQOI48

FOB: Destination

1006 pop 13·MAY-2010TO N/A 12-MAY.1QJ1

(SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION) HOO148

FOB: Destination

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HQOO34.IO-F-0135

ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA

AA: 9700100.1120.11142505849447 DSAC00247 AMOUNT: U,43 1 ,513.00

cm HQOI4801 1201850000001: S7Sl,g98.00 cn..i HQOI4SOI 12011150000002: $64,376.00

CIN HOOI48011201850000003: S680,312.00 ClN HQOI4S011201850000004: em HQOI480112018S0000005:

ClN HQ(H4801120!8S0000006: SI,

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT

52.211-7 OPTION FOR INCREASED QUANTITY-SEPARATELY PRICED LINE ITEM (MAR I 989)

The Government may require the delivery ofthe numbered line item, identified in the Schedule as an option item, in the quatltity and at tbe price slaled in the Schedule. The Conltacting Officer may exercise the option by written notice to the Contractor within I Q dID'!\, Delivery ohdded items shall continue at the same rate that like items are called for under the contract, unless the parties otherwise agree.

(End of clause)

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT

CONTRACTrNG OFFICER'S REPRESENTATIVE (COR) (MARCH 20(7)

The COR is a representl.\l:ive for the Government witb limited authority who has been desi.gnated in writing by the Contracting Officer to provide technical direction, clarification, and guidance with respecl '0 existing specifications and statement of work (SOW)/statement of objectives (SOO) as established in the contract. The COR also monitors the progress and quality of the Contractor's performance fOT payment purposes. The COR shall promptly report Contractor performance discrepancies and suggested corrective actions to the Contractitlg Officer for resolution.

The COR is NOT authorized to take any direct or indirect actions or make any commitments that will result in changes to price, quantity. quality, schedule, place of performance, delivery or any other terms or conditions of the written contract,

The Contractor is responsible for promptly providing written notification to t Contracting Officer if it believes the

COR has requested or directedal1Y change to the existing contract (' r). No action $1 I betaken

by the Contractor for any proposed change to the contract until the Contrac er has is..,u.:.-(I a ircclive

or written modlfication 10 the contract (or t3$lI/delivezy order). The Government will not accept and j ble for

any alleged change to the cootract unless the change is included in It written contract modification or directive signed by the Contracting Officer.

HQ0034-IO-F.0135

Page 100f24 If the CQntractingOllicer has designated an Alternate COR (ACOR). the ACOR may ael only In the absence of the COR (due to such reasons as leave, official travel, Of other rcasons for which the COR is expected to be gone and not readily accessible for the day).

COR authority IS NOT delegable.

Wlrs A&PO WA WF Tho'VOICING INSTRUCTIONS (Apr 2010)

To implement DF ARS 252.232·7003, "Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports (March 2008)", Washington Headquarters Services, Acquisition & Procurement Office (WHS A&PO) ulilizes WA WF to electronically process vendor requests for payment. Tbe web based system is located at httvs;l!YU\wt:eb.mil. and allows government contractors and authorized Department of Defense (DOD) personnel to generate, capture, process and track invoice and acceptance documentation el~tronicany. The contractor is r«luired to utilize this ~ystem when submitting invoices and receiving reports under this contract. SUbmissJoD of bard copy DDlSO/lnvoleet'Publk Vouchers (SFI034) is no lODger permitted.

The contractor is direeted to submit the following iDYoice type:

2-n-l -Ser,iees OnlYr including Construction

**Do NOT qse the WA WF Construction InvoiA:e type-it Is not permitted for invoices paid in the MOCAS system

Combo - Supplies Only

Combo - co.mbinatioD of SuppUes and Services

Cost Voucher - Cost TypeIReimbursable Contraas

"*Cost Voucher. are onlYlIsed when eontraetslorden require invoices be seot to DCA--\. for approval.

Grant and Cooperative Agreemeul Voueher - reqoesdng payment for a Grant or Cooperative Agreement Back up documentation may be attached to the invoice in WA WF under the ".Mise lnfo" tab.

rm in all applicable: information under e'dch tab.

With the exception of extensions, the following required in~ does nol populate, or does not populate completely or correctly.

n should automatically populate in WAWF; ifit th~ following information as noted:

Delivery Order

Contract Number

Admin By DoDAAC HQ0034

Fagell of24

HQOO34-10-F·0135

Inspect By DODAAC/Elttention

HOO148

Service Acceptor OODAAClExtension m:

Ship to VODAAClExtension Q.[

Service Approver DODAAClExtetlsiotl Q.[ Grant Aporover DODAACJExteJUion

HQO03410SDTM4

OCAA Audiror OODAAClExtension

LPODODAAC

leave Blank

The Contractor shall verify that the DoDAACs automatically populated by the WAWF system malen the above information. If these DoDAACs do not matCh then lhecontracror ,hall COlTect the fieJd(s) and notify 1hecontracting officer of the discrepancy (ies).

The Contractor will need to enter a Shipment (or Voucher) Number in a specific format.

• The correct format for a shipment number for MOCAS invoices is AAAXNNN where

A - alpha, X - alphanumeric and N" numeric characters, fullowed by a "z" suffix if it is a final invoice. (e.g. SEROOO.1, B'VNOOOlZ, SERAOO3)

• WA WF will affill the prefix "SER" for 2-in-l i,nvoices and prefix "13'V1'\" for cost vouchers to the Shipment (or Voucher) Number fields. For Combo documents, tbe contractor may enter tlleir own three letter prefixes.

Take special care when entering Line Item inf~tmation. The Line Item tab is where you will detail your request for payment and material/services that were provided based upon the contract. Be sure to fill in the following items: e!Cactly as they appear in the contract:

Item Number: If the contract schedule has more than One A Contract Line Item Number (CLIN), use the 6 Character, (SLIN) (e.g. - 0001 AA) or Informatio.nal SLIN (e,g. - 0001).

listed as sub items under the applicable lely identified Sub Line Item Number

), otherwise use the 4 character ClIN (e.g. -

• Unit pdce

• !Jolt Qf Mpisyr£

• ACB.N: Fill-in the applicable 2 alpha character ACRN that is associated with the CLIN or SUN.

Note - DO Nor INYOfCE FOR MORE THAN}S STILL AVAILABLE UNDER ANY CUN!SLlNiACRN.

Before clO6ing out of an invoice seSsion in W A WF but after submitting your document or documents, the contractor will be prompted to send additional email nolifications. Contractor sbaUclick On "Send More Email Notification" on the page that appears. Add the following email address dennis.luquette@whs.mil in the first email address block:

and' . e. i, ~l hs. . and dQnM.atQert«(j;h~aJiflIlY,mil in the following blocks. This additional

no to the govemmeut iii important to ensure that all appropriate persons are aware tl1al the invoice

documents have been submitted into the WA \\'F system.

If you have any questions regarding WAWF, please~on!act the WAWF Help Desk at 1-866-618-5988.

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Exhibit/Attachment Table of Contents

DOCUMENT TYPE Attachment I

Attacbment 3

DESCRIPTION Attachment I, ActivclReserve 'Tabulation Attachment 2. Project Data Sheet Attachment 3, NonDisclosure Agreement

PAGES 2

DATE 29-APR-201 0

Attachment 2

2

(a) Applicability. This clause applies to works first created, gencl'8ted,or produoed and required to be delivered under this contract,

(b) Definitions. As used in this clause:

(1) "Computer data base" means a collection of data. recorded in a form capable of being processed by a computet. The term dues not include computet software.

(2) ~Computerprogram ff means a sel of instructions, rules, or routines recorded in a foml that is capable of causing II computer to perform a specific operation or series of operations.

(3) MComputer software" means computer programs, source code, source code listhlgS. object code listings, design details, algorithms, processes, flow charts, formulae and related material that would enable the software to be reproduced, recreated, or recompiled. Computer sottware does not include computer data bases or computer software documentation.

(4) "Computer software dooumentation," means owner's manuals, user's manuals, installation instructions, operating instructions, and other similar items, regardless of b1o~ge medium, that explain the capabilities of the compute", IiIOftware or provide instructions for using the software.

(5) "Unlimited rights" means the rights to use, modify, reproduce, perform, display, release, or disclose a work in whole or in part, in any manner, and for any purpose whatsoever, and to have or authorize others to do so.

(6) The tenn "works" includes computer data bases. computer software, or compuler software documentation; literary, musical, choreographic,. or dramatic compositions; pantomimesjpictorial, graphic, or sculptured compositions; motion pictures and otber audiovisual composltions; sound recordingS in any medium; or. items of similar nature.

(c) License rights.

(l) The Government shall have unlimited rights in works first produced, created. or generated and required 10 be delivered under this contract.

(2) When a work is firs! produced, created, or generated under this contract, and ~uch work is required to be delivered under this contract, the Contractor shall assign copyright in those works to the Government. The Contractor, unless directed to the contrary by the Contracting Officer, shall place the following notice on ~'Uch

HQO034-10-F-0135

Page 13 of24 works: "<Copyright> (Year date of deUvery) United State5 Government. as represented by the Secretary of (department). All righls reserved:'

For phonorecords. the "<Copyright>" markings shall be replaced by a "P".

(3) The Contractor grants to the Government a royalty-free. world-wide. nonexclusive, irrevocable license 10 reproduce. prepart: derivative works from. distribute, perform, or display. and to have o~ authorize others to do so, Ihe Contraotor's copyrighted works not fIrst produced, created, or generated under this contract lhat have been incorporated into the works ~liverable under this conlract.

(d) Third party copyrighted data. TheContractor Shall not incorporate, without the written approval of the Contracting Officer; any copyrighted works in the wO!1::Uo be delivered under.lhis r.ontract unless the Contractor is the copyright owner or has obtained for Ihe Government the license rights necessary to perfect a license of the scope identified in panlgraph (c Xl) of this clause and, prior to delivery of such works-

(1) Has affixed to the transmittal dOQUDlent II. statement of Ihe license rignts oblained; or

(2) For computer software, has provided a statement of lite license rights obtained in a tbrmacceptable to the Contractirtg Officer.

(e) Indemnificacion. The Contractor shall Indemnify and save and hold harmless the Government, and its officers, agents and employees acting for the Government. against allY liabilitY, including costs and cApenses. (1) for violation of proprietary rights, copyrights, or rights of privacy or publicity, arising out of the creation, delivery, use. modification, reproduction. release, performance. display, or disclosure of any works furnished under this contract, or (2) based upon any libelous or other unlawful matter contain¢<! in such works.

(f) Government-furnished information. Paragraphs (d) and (e)ofthis clause are not applicable to illfonnation furnished to the Contractor by the Government and incorporated in the works delivered under this contract,

(End of clause)

Supplement to Clause 252.227-7020

The COlltrador shall not retain lise and disclosUR rigbts in work$ first produced, created, or generated III performance or tlti$ contract and required to be delivered under th1s contract, In addition. the Contraetor .hall DOt retain use lind discloslue rights iD the det.collected. eompiled, or produced in performan" of tbis contract. AU rights hi any data or works compiled or produced under tile contract belQlIg excluJively to the Government.

PERfQRMAt:!CE WORK SIATEMENT SediOQ C:. Performance Work Statenlent

1.0 Background

In the January 27, 2010, Stale of·the Union oodress. the President announced that he wilt work with Congress this year to repeal 10 U.S.C. § 654, the law commonly known as "Don't Ask. Oon'tTell." 011 February 2, 2010, Secretary Robert Oates. ill testimony before the Senate .'\rtned Services Committee (SASC), announced that he had "appointed a high.level working group within the Department that will immediately begin a review of the issues associated with properly implementing a repeal of the 'Don't Ask, Don'! Tell' policy."

As directed by the DoD Comprehensive Review Working Group (CRWG). contractor will systematically engage the armed forces, including spouses to assess and consider any impacts a change in the law would have on military

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readr.ness,unit cohesion, morale and family readineS$. The result of this work will lead to insights and recommendations essemiaJ to the Department's implementation of a change of the law.

1.1 Objective

As directed by the DoD C RWG. the Government needs 10 obtain an independen t analysis that will identi fy all significant impacts a repeal of the law, opmmonly known as "DOI1't Ask, Don'( Tell", would have nn military readiness, unit cohesion, morale and family readiness In order to support the Department's implementation of a change of the taw.

1.2 Swpe

I systeml1tically engage, by various means, and survey military service members and their

spouses; provide, or use and agree to· the validity of pre-sclected samples from 000; that allow separate

domain estimates for key population subgroups (e.g.. Service.. rank, age, gender, military specialty); summarize qualitative data; analyz.e survey results; lind provide comprehensive reports summari:zing findings and analysis on the various systematic engagements.

1.3 Additional Information

1.3.1 In conducting its field work and reporting results and findings from its study to the Government, contractor shall maintain and protect the confidentiality of all information received from the Government, military service members. and their spouses. and shall not reveal or disclose any personally identifying information. Upon receipt of person .. lUy identifiable infonnation (PH), contractor shall remove any PII provided and protect against such infonnation's disclosure before providing the remaining content of tile communication to tbe Government.

1.3.2 Insights gained through communioations may be used to formuIate contractOr's reports to the Government; however in doing so, ae examples cited or data provided may reveal the

identification of any person without that individ written consent. This obligation

specifically includes protecting the confidentiality information regarding any specific service member's sexual orientation or involvement in private. consensual sexual acts with adults. Nothing in this PWS shall be construed to prohibit the referral or reporting to law enforcement agencies or to Military Departments of evidence of possible criminal or other miscoliduct or of conduct indicating a reasonable Jikelihood of imminent and substantiaL

l.3.3 Contractor shall protect PH at all times. as required by all applicable Government laws and guidance. To assure-this protection, contractor shall. at a minimum, remain compliant to all applicable Government and DoD security directives and guidance including the Eleclronic Government Act Ti tIe 3, more commonly known as the Federal Information Security Management Act (FlSMA).

Ll.4Contractor shall submit an Executive DlACAP Package showing an acceptable DIACAP Scorecard along with an Authority to ()perate (A TO} signed by the appropriale contractor offIcial. Contractor shall depJc)y tbe DIACAP process (DoDD 8570.1) as the: guiding principle lOr Information Assurance (IA) in its environment which hosts DoD data. Contractor shall incorpora1e security controls into its system and processes, equivalent to the· level of seeurity required by the Defense Manpower Oata Center (DMDC). but minimally at the MAC-II Sensitive level as stated in 0001 8500.2. In cases where there are issues. questions or concerns raised regarding security .of tile data or systems, the Government will be the final arbiter.

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1.3.5 Olntractor shall not disseminate. disclose, or publish any infonnation, basic reSearch, or findings regarding this effort ()utside the Governtnent without the explicit approval of the Government, which will be determined by the 000 CRWG Co-Chairs. Contractor shall destroy all records and data sets al the direclion of the Government or 365 days after COn1rac~ completion and provide the Contfacting Officer with proof.ofdestructioo.

Infonnation made available to tile Contractor by the Government forihe performance or administration of this effort shall lie used on ly for those pU!'J>OlieS and $hall not be used in any other way without the written consent of the Contracting Officer (CO).

The Contractor agrees to assume responsibility for plUlecring the confidentiality ofGoverntlleJlt records, which is not considered public infonnation. Each Contractor or employee of the Contractor to whom information lIIay be made available or disclosed shall be notified in writing by the contractor that such information may be disclosed only fur purposes and to the extent authorized herein. The Contractor shall not release any information related to this contract to the public, media or other unauthorized persons or organizations unless the Government has conducted the appropriate security review and granted approval (e.g. posting information to a public· websi te). All Contractor employees shall be reqUired to sign the Attachment 3, NOli-Disclosure Agreement, and certify to the Contnlcting Officer prior to handling confidential or protected information. Rofetence DFARS 227.7108.

1.3.6 Government retains the right to all data. See DFARS clBuSe 252227-7020 and supplement to DFARS clause 252.227·7020.

1.3.7 All contractor employees shall have al lea. s t a NACI-Ievel background check completed and cleared. Any exceptions require Contracting Officer approval.

1.3.8 Contractor shall submit a Quality Control Plan that describes how an acceptable level of risk shall be maintained at an enterprise level by identifYing. implementing, and managing information assUrance (IA) capabiIHies and servi(:e.~.

Part 2: DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS

CRWG - Comprehensive Review Working Group

DlACAP - 000 Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process DMDC - Defense Manpower Data Center

DoD - Department of Defense

FISMA - Federal Information Security Managelnent Act HASC - House Armed Services Committee

IA -Information Assurance

IEF - Information Exchange Forum

IRB - Institutional Re"iew Board

MAC-I I Sensiti ve level ~ Mission Assurance Category-II Sensiti ve Level NACI- National Agency Check: and Inquiries

OMS - Office of Management and Budget

PII - Personally Identifiable Ini'ol'ntation

PWS - Performance Work Statement

SASe· Senate Armed Services Commit1ee

VTC - Video Teleconference

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Parf3: GOVERNMENT FURNISHED

3.11nformatioo: The Government will provide the following information:

3.1.1 Dran survey questions. After contract award, Government wm provide contractor the draft survey

questions for the conlr~1Qr'li use and further rdfinement and deve.lopment.

3.1 .2 lRB~approved focus group methodology and script. Government has an IR£l.approved script for the focus

group sessions and wi II have conducted approximately 24 foeus groups sessions by expected cOn!ract award. Government will provide previous versions of the focus group !l¢ript lind methodology to contractor for use and further refinement and development. Government will provi de contractor the collected .data, synopses and lessons Ic:amed from these focus groups.

l.1.3 The Government bas conducted Focus Groups in the past and will provide preyiousversions of the script

andmcth to contractor for use and fultber refinement and development. Government wlU provide

ted da1<l, synopses and lessonllleamed from these Focus Groups upon contract award.

3.1.4 Sample files and a technical description of the sampling plan~ for the surveys of active duty members.

Reserve component members. active duly spouses. and Reserve component spouses, An example of rate

domain estimates for key poputlltioo subgroups (e.g., Service, rank, age, gender, military at

Attachment 1, Acti've/ Reserve Tabulation ofthls solicitatiOIl. To assist in the development 0 sllrvey weights, governmenl will provide frame ¢01In!S by selected demographic eharaeteristios to allow for p weighting adjustmen1s. The government will also offer the contractor botb advice on the wei survey data and II review oftechnical or statistical methodology reports.

3.1.4.1 Contractor is not required to use the GOlr'emment sample files nnd, in the alternative. can develop its own sample design and sample size, so loog as the 5l.IfVCy schedule can be met and all domain estimates of proportions should have margins of error less than S percentage points. I f contractor chooses to use Govemmen1 furnished samples, contractor shall agree to the statistical validity of the sample.

3J.s Contacl information to include postal address(es), email address(es), and telephone number(s) for sampled

survey members.

3.2 Equipment: None. The contractor slJalJ ptovideits own workl office supplies and equipment.

3.3 facilities: Tile Government

otherwise, the contractor is responsible

rovide all (aciUties for the IEF$ and focus grvups in section 5.2; ofits work/office space.

3.4 Government Provided Efforts: The Government will cooldinate all W>llllcts of the logistics and administration of the IEFs and focus groups. Government senior leaders will conduct the IEFs. Contractor shall be responsible for IEFs and focus groups as explained in section 5.2. Contractor shall be responsiDle for arrangement of own travel and aocommodations. See fAR 31.205046, "Travel Costs'1 for approved travel reimbursable.

Pan 4: PROJECr PLAN

4.1 Establish Project Tasks 8IId Schedule. Contractor shall develop a research acthliries. The contractor shall provide this project plan to the approval. The plan should include the following:

plan and estabJish a specific set or ment for revf~, comment, and

4.1.1 Conduct Survey(s) of the men and women of the armed forces and their spouses. This effort will include all Services (Anny, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard) and the Total Force (active duty. R.eserves and National Guard). The Survey(s) shall be scientifically

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fait 17 of24 defensible according to industry standards and provide representative estimates of overall populations and important subgroups (domains).

4.1.2 Support and Execution of Information Exchange Forums and Focus Group Discussions with uniformed service members and their spouses

4.1.3 Provide confidential communications mechanism{s) for unifonned service members and their family members

4.1.4 Produce Pinal Report

Part 5: TASKS

The study will be divided into 4 tasks. S.l TASK 1. Conduct Surveys.

SURVEY SPECIFICA TJONS

5.1.1 The contractor shall provide and conduct the surveys. The schedule for Government approval is provided in section 6.

5.1.2 Survey(s) of active duty and Reserve component members shall be administered in a method chosen by contractor (e.g~) web, paper and pencil. telephone, multi-mode), in accordance with approved Project Plan.

5.1.3 If contractor elects to use Government provided samples (see section 3.1.4), tbe approximate sample sizes are:

o 100,000 active duty members

o 100,000 Reserve component members

o 70,000 active duty member spouses

o 80,000 Reserve component member spouses

5.1.4 Approximate length of time to complete the survey shall be no JODger than 30 minutes

5,1.5 Initial notifkation of and reminders to sample participants shall be conducted in a manner chosen by the contractor (e.g., postal letter, email, telephone) in order to achieve a minimum weighted response rate of35 percent (AAPOR RR3).

5.1.6 A unique identification number shall be assigned to each sample member and included in member's notification and reminders.

5.1.7 Contractor may recommend alternate data collection methodologies to achieve accepfable response rates,

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5.1.8 Data collection Of3ctive duty and Reserve component members shall be completed by 15 July 2010.

5.1;9 Data collection of activedu:1y and Reserve-component member spou$eS shall be completed by 11 August 2010.

5.1.1 0 The COntractor shall finalize and submit proposed survey questions to Government for final approval. Survey contellt shall address the following topic..'1:

a military readiness

e military effectiveness and unit cohesion

o recruiting/retention

o military family readiness

o morale

o leadership

o good order and disoipline

o dependent benefits

o military baaacks~ ship's berthing or housing c exercise of religion

o survey should also ask open ended questions for otilertopics that lllay be impacted

CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

5.1.11 The contractor shall develop survey methodology and plans for gov«nment review and comment including:

5. U 1.1 Obtain all internal IRS revie\.vs and approvals. Provide documentation to 1he Government for its own IRB review fur the service Inetnber survey. Contractor shall ensure its personnel have completed appro prate lRB training.

5.1.11.2 Obtain all internal IRS reviews and approvals. Provide documentation to the Government for its own IRB review for spouse surveys.

5.1.11.3 Create approval package for review by the Govemment for submission to the Office of Management and Budget and draft Federal Rl::gistty notice under the Papet'work Reduction Act for the spouse survey. Review, calculate, and summarize the Federal Registry commems to the Government

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5.1.11.4 Host any web sites for the web based surveys, managl:tclephone Call Center, and/or produce and send all hard copy mr1terials for data collection and mailing in accordance with survey method sel~ed by contractor. Track all nOlifications and reminders in accordance with survey method selected by contractor. to include postal non-deliverables (PND), [fpost is used, and email bounce-backs.

5.1.11..5 Provide periodic tracking reports of case dispositions and !'e$ponse rates 10 Government

5.1.11.6 Capture, verify, clean, and code atl open ended question responses

S .1.11. 7 Provide interim data sets as requested by Government

S.1.11.8 l>rovide final data sets in SAS format and all supporting dOCllmenta1ion

5.1.11.9 Provide aU necessary survey support such as toll free phone number to answer respondent questions

5.1.11.1 o Perform other respOtlsibilities as ncc;eS$ary to complete this task

Contractor shall carry out field work according to the tasks and schedule established in Task 1 in close conSUltation witb, and with periodic reports to the Govemmem. Result"! of me tield work and study update shall be shared with the Government as Ihey become available. To assist in this endeavor and serve as a conduit of infonnation between contractor and the Government. a DoD CRWG liaison Oftieer (Technical Point of Contact) will he identified to the contractor field work team.

5.2 TASK 2. IEF and Focus Group Discussions.

5.2.1 Part One Information Exchange Forum. IEFs are large group meetings established by the Govenunent in order for 2-3 senior government CR WG leaders to address the general purpose and parameters of the survey process and functions of the small focus group discussions and then field questions from the audience. Contractor shall provide note taking for the lEFs and produce a summary report as discussed in the specifications below.

IEF SPECIFICA nONS:

5.2.1.1 Contractor shall support approximately 104 IEFs conducted at approximately 261ocalions from mid-May 2010 through August 2010.

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5.2.1.2 There wilt be approx imately 300. participants in each IEF

5.1.1.3 IEFs wiJI be conducted in concert with each IEf at various installations located in the following regional areas:

1. CONUS

2. Europe (e.g., Italy and Germany)

3. Asia (e.g., Japan and Korea)

4. Hawaii

5.2.1.4 Average number of days per location is 6 days concurrent with the Focus Groups discussed in section 5.2.2.

CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

5.2.1.5 The contractor shall support the IEFs by providing scribe{s) for paraphrased record of each IEF discussion. No PH wilJ be recorded as part of the notes. No voice, video, or digital recording devices of any kind pennittcd. In addition, the contractor shall:

5.2.1.5.1 Provide a written report of each IEF discussion.

5.2 . .1.5.2 Provide final compilation report of alllEF discussions.

5.2.1.5.3 RefIne liF script and methodology as requested by Government.

5.2.1.5.4 Perfonn other responsibilities as necessary to complete this task.

5.2.2 Part TWi) Focus Group Discussions. After each IEF approximately five focus groups will occur with preselected participants: ofthe IEF. These groups shall be contractor-facilitated. The oontractor shaH provide note taking as stated below for focus groups. Focus group discussions will also be utilized post-Survey( s) to further identity and understand impacts not previously recobrnized. Multiple focus groups shall be conducted simultaneously in accordance with contractor plan and to meet government sChedule. Currently, Government is conducting 3 focus groups simultaneously.

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FOCUS GROUP SPECIFICATIONS

5.2.2.1 contractor shall support approximately 154 focus groups conducted at approximately 26 locations from mid-May 20)0 through August 2010

5.2.2.2 Approximately 8-12 participants will be in each focus group

5.2.2.3 Focus Groups will be conducted in concert with each lEW at various installations located in tbe following

regional areas:

1. CONUS

2. Europe (e.g., Italy and C'.ermany)

3. Asia (e.g., Japan and Korea)

4. Hawaii

5.2.2.4 Average number of days per location is 6 days concurrent with the rEFs discussed in section 5.2.l

CONTRACfOR RESPONSIBILITIES

5.2.2.5 The contractor shall support the focus groups by providing the following:

5.2.2.S.1 Refine fQCUS group methodology and script.

5.2.2.5.2 Facilitate each focus group.

5.2.2.5.3 Provide a recorder for verbatim transcript of each focus group.

5.2.2.5.4 Proceedings shall be screened to remove any PlI.

5.2.2.5.5 Prepare written report for each focus group.

5.2.2.5.6 Prepare :fillal compilation n..'Port across all focus groups.

5.2.2.5.7 Perform other responsibilities as necessary to complete this task.

5.3.4.1 Present methodology and plan for approval of the Government.

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PlliC 22 of24 5.3 TASK 3. Confidential Communication Mecbauism(s). Design, implement and manage confidential communication system(s) to receive infonnation from and engage in dialogue with service members and their spouses. Confidential communications occur when service members and their spouses provide infonnation and opinions in a setting where a reasonable expeetation of privacy exists. Possible mechanisms could include, but are not limited to, a hotline, one-onone interviews, an online chat, personal correspondence, or multi-mode.

CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATION MECHANISM(S) SPECIFICATIONS

5.3.1 The contractor shall compete all data collection from the confidential communieauon m<:ehallism(s) will run for a minimum 000 days and be completed no later than 15 July 20)0. This includes:

5.3.1.1 Upon receipt of confidential comml,Ulications, the contractor shall handle and protect this infurmation as explained in the ''CoI).fidenlial and Information Security" section ofthis PWS.

5.3.1.2 Ensure that the individual providing the confidential communication is a unifoRn servi()C member or military family member.

CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

5.3.4 The contraC1or shall develop methodology and plan for confidential communication mechnnism(s). This includes:

5.3.4.2 [mplement and provide manpower for the confidential communication mechanism(s),

5.3.4.3 Prepare synopsis of confidential communications and sanitize synopsis of any personally identifiable information,

5.3.4.5 Prepare periodic written reporls for the Govetnment slJmmarizing i11fonnntion learned from this communication mechanism(s).

5:3.4.6 Prepare final report for the Govemment summarizing information learned from this communication mechanism(s).

5.3.4.1 Ensure all personally identifiable infQrmation is secure within DoD staudards and securely stored andlor desrfoyed upon completion of this project lAW DoD direetion and standards.

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5 j .4.8 Perform other responsibilities as necessary to complete this task.

5.4 TASK 4. FiD~d Report. The contractor shall prepare a final report for the Government documenting the individual research tasks and the overdllllSliCllsment. This final report shall include an executive summary and a diSCUSSion and analysis of the qualitative and quantitative data obtained across all systematic engagements, The dale for complc:tion of this report is September 30, 20 10. In advaJ1CC of this deadl inc, the COntractor shall propose, for gO'f'emment review and comment, a ~chedule for a drnft report and comment period as well as a table of contents for Ihcreport. Contractor's independent report will becomeooe part of the overall input used by the DoD CRWG to conduct a comprehensive review of the issues and impacts assooiaLed with a repeal of the law, should it occur.

6.0 ScnEDULE AND DWVERABLES

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End-of-Task Technicaland Pro rammatic Review

Pagc24of24 Within _days of task year expiration date.

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