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PAUL, MN 55102-1390
Request For Proposal
Security Services in Support of Nalco Gulf Limited
Nalco Champion Global Security Department 26 July 2013
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CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT ...................................................................................4 SECTION 1 – QUICK REFERENCE ................................................................................5 SECTION 2 – NOTICE .....................................................................................................6 SECTION 3 – GENERAL .................................................................................................7 SECTION 4 – SCOPE OF WORK..................................................................................10 SECTION 5 – PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS ..........................................17 SECTION 6 – EVALUATION CRITERIA.........................................................................19 ENCLOSURE 1 – EXAMPLE CLS BAG PACKING LIST ...............................................20 ENCLOSURE 2 – EXAMPLE PSC AUDIT CHECKLIST ................................................21
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e. Global Security Department 3200 SW Freeway. financials. double-sided. excluding cover sheets. Timeline Milestone RFP Issued to PSCs Final Questions Due to Nalco Champion Proposal Conference Proposals Due to Nalco Champion Notification of Final Selection Date 26 JULY 2013 15 AUGUST 2013 21 AUGUST 2013 23 AUGUST 2013 13 SEPTEMBER 2013 Email Meeting in Dubai. Emails larger than 4MB must be sent in parts with an indication of the number of emails sent. • PSCs may also. Texas.crews@champ-tech. and equipment specifications and diagrams.SECTION 1 – QUICK REFERENCE General Nalco Champion is soliciting proposals from qualified Private Security Companies (PSC) to provide security services.g. It is the PSCs’ responsibility to ensure proposals are received by the due date. Sid Crews. Fax copies of quotations or verbal quotations will not be accepted. static security and Personal Security Detail (PSD) / Armed Protection Team (APT) support (“Services”) to Nalco Champion (Nalco Gulf Limited). 77027 • • • • In lieu of sending paper copies of proposals to the address above... • Proposals must be in MS Word and/or Excel (where applicable). PSCs may bring a paper copy of their proposal to the proposal conference to be held in Dubai on 21 AUGUST 2013. Submitting a Proposal • Nalco Champion must receive PSC proposals NLT 23 AUGUST 2013. or letter Via Communications Communications concerning this Request for Proposal (RFP) should be communicated by email to Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director. part 1 of 3 emails.crews@champ-tech. but are not required to. Proposals received after the due date may be rejected or returned. part 2 of 3 emails.com. Suite 2700 Houston. Go to Table of Contents 5 .com. at sid. telephone. submit a paper copy of their proposal to: Nalco Champion ATTN: Sid Crews.e. • Proposals shall be limited to fifty (50) pages in length. • Proposals must be delivered by email to sid. i. etc. conference call Email Email Email.
Nalco Champion is soliciting proposals from qualified Private Security Companies (PSC) to provide security services.crews@champ-tech. Nalco Champion will evaluate the proposals and notify PSCs of the outcome NLT 13 SEPTEMBER 2013.com) to NLT 15 AUGUST 2013. or to accept any proposal that is deemed to be more advantageous to Nalco Champion.. Go to Table of Contents 6 .SECTION 2 – NOTICE Nalco Champion. provides technology leadership and dedicated customer service that allows us to help solve the oil and gas industry's toughest challenges. PSCs may also call in at a phone number to be provided later. Questions regarding this RFP package should be directed to Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director (sid. Nalco Champion’s decisions regarding the award of this contract are final.e. an Ecolab company. i. but not mandatory. Attendance by PSCs is encouraged. targeted products and solutions to meet customer needs and to optimize oil and gas production around the globe. Nalco Champion reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals. All PSCs will be informed regarding the outcome. static security and Personal Security Detail (PSD) / Armed Protection Team (APT) support (“Services”) to Nalco Champion (Nalco Gulf Limited). A proposal conference will be held at Nalco Champions’ office in Dubai on 21 AUGUST 2013 at 1000 hrs (10AM) UAE Time Zone (UTC+04:00). We develop unique. PSCs planning to attend the conference should RSVP to Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director NLT 07 AUGUST 2013.
2.4. the PSC persistently or repeatedly refusing or failing (except when extension of time. PSCs shall have a detailed knowledge of. Dhi Qar. PSC regulatory requirements of the Government of Iraq (GoI)..4. PSCs must be responsible firms that have been in continuous existence and have provided similar Services continuously for at least three (3) years. 2. as necessary. in writing. is provided) to supply enough properly skilled personnel or proper materials for timely execution requested Services. Nalco Champion may terminate the MSA if Nalco Champion determines in its reasonable discretion that the PSC has failed to fully and punctually perform the Services per the MSA and fails to commence and continue with reasonable diligence to remedy such default upon notice from Nalco Champion.3. 1. PSCs shall be able to operate in Basra. Nalco Champion may immediately terminate the MSA (including any and all Work Orders thereunder). If the PSC fails to correct such conditions within seven (7) days of written receipt of notice thereof from Nalco Champion. 1. and proven compliance with.1. and perform the Services therein. and continuing for a period of 18 months. etc.1. 2.2. 1.1. and Maysan Provinces (Nalco Champion’s ‘primary’ business areas) and should be able to obtain movement orders Go to Table of Contents 7 . 1.3. No franchising.An example of reasonable discretion includes. Should a PSC fail to comply with GoI / MoI licensing and performance requirements. manage.SECTION 3 – GENERAL 1. Nalco Champion and the PSC may mutually agree to extend the contract for three (3) additional one-year periods up to and including 20 MARCH 2018. All PSCs submitting proposals should be prepared to enter a Master Services Agreement (MSA). Minimum PSC Qualifications 2. PSCs shall be duly licensed in Iraq to provide Services. Nalco Champion intends to enter into the MSA with the selected PSC beginning approximately 20 SEPTEMBER 2013. Nalco Champion will eliminate PSCs with less than the minimum required experience from further consideration. assignment. 2. the PSC will be eliminated from further consideration.2. Terms Of Agreement 1. or distribution of Services shall be permitted unless the subcontracting relationship is proposed under this RFP and accepted by Nalco Champion. but is not limited to. Ministry of Interior (MoI).4.
com. Global Security Department 3200 SW Freeway. An electronic copy of proposals shall be submitted NLT 23 AUGUST 2013. 4.2. with as little delay as possible. Go to Table of Contents 8 .for travel to other locations. Nalco Champion will consider all documents. PSCs shall provide evidence that they can renew their license. Nalco Champion will select the PSC who. 2. but are not required to be.5. West Qurna. Proposals should indicate all fields in which the PSC is certified to enter and operate. The workload outside of the three primary Provinces will be approximately three (3) to four (4) weeks per year. and adhere to international standards as outlined in: 2. Proposals shall contain all required information and be in the format outlined in Section 5 – Proposal Submittal.e. Suite 2700 Houston.3. Send electronic copies to Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director at sid.3. Evaluation And Evaluation Criteria 4. financials.2. operate within the GoI’s rule of law. in Nalco Champion’s sole opinion.1. 4. i. PSCs may bring paper copies to the Proposal Conference in Dubai on 21 AUGUST or send paper copies to: Nalco Champion ATTN: Sid Crews.g. Baghdad and Wasit.email@example.com. 3. and equipment specifications and diagrams. Texas 77027 3. Proposal evaluation criteria are outlined in Section 6 – Evaluation Criteria. Proposals shall be limited to fifty (50) pages in length. A paper copy of proposals may be. Rumaila. i. PSCs shall maintain the required documents to pass through checkpoints in a reasonable amount of time.7. Proposal Content And Submission 3.6.4. 3. submitted NLT 23 AUGUST 2013. e.1. e. PSCs must agree to comply with Nalco Champion’s policies and ethics standards. double-sided.1. evidence of doing so in the past. Majnoon.7. as required.The Montreux Document 2. the response to this RFP... and other relevant information to make its determination.7. 2.2.e.Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights 3. is best able to provide Services according to Nalco Champion’s needs. excluding cover sheets. 2..The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 2. PSCs shall be certified to enter and provide Services in the Southern Iraq oilfields.g. information gained while evaluating responses. etc.
The deadline for questions shall be 15 AUGUST 2013. PSCs may coordinate with Nalco Champion to visit work sites and take such other steps as may be reasonably necessary to ascertain the nature and location of the work. character of the site. Nalco Champion reserves the right to cancel or modify the terms of this RFP at any time. Nalco Champion shall notify those PSCs to be given further consideration of additional interview requirements to facilitate Nalco Champion’s final decision. from the date of release of this RFP to the date of execution of the Agreement resulting from this solicitation. nor correction of any apparent ambiguity. The interview requirements and format will be provided to the finalists in advance. may disqualify PSCs in violation of this paragraph.3. Nalco Champion shall not be obligated to respond to requests for such interpretation or correction. Nalco Champion will provide PSCs with notice of the cancellation or modification. PSCs. unless committed in writing in the MSA by a person appropriately authorized. agents.5. other than through the instructions contained herein. Nalco Champion assumes no responsibility for any representation concerning the nature of the work or the working conditions made by its officers. Nalco Champion. Should it be necessary. 5. Go to Table of Contents 9 . PSCs acknowledge they have viewed all materials. 5. or any other matter pertaining to this RFP shall be made to the PSC orally. Failure to do so shall not relieve PSCs from responsibility of accurately estimating the degree of difficulty and costs of successfully performing the assigned tasks. Neither interpretation of the meaning of any provision in this RFP. 5. Every request for interpretation or additional information regarding this RFP shall be made via email to Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director. 5. or their agents.5. in its sole discretion. or employees. By submitting a proposal.2. inconsistency. and other general and local conditions that may reasonably be projected to exist at the commencement of Services.1. Additional Information 5. including any addenda to this RFP. scope of performance requirements.4. are instructed not to contact Nalco Champion selection committee members in any way. error.
All training provided for personnel servicing Nalco Champion shall be at the PSC’s expense and the PSC shall not request additional remuneration for training provided to its employees.2. or have a license under renewal.7. or individuals with questionable character or affiliation. The PSC shall provide 24/7 static guard services for nine (9) fixed guard posts at a Nalco Champion facility. The OPCEN shall operate as a Command. in-country. including drug screening. 1. Go to Table of Contents 10 . and Maysan Provinces and to other locations. training. The in-country manager must be proficient in the English language. 1.3. PSC’s supporting Nalco Champion shall be appropriately registered and licensed by the GoI / MoI.. on all employees and shall not employ personnel with pending or current criminal convictions. 1. 1.g. Dhi Qar. as required. The workload outside the three primary Provinces will be three (3) to four (4) weeks per year. The PSC shall provide mobile security in Basra. 1. transportation. PSCs shall provide all deliverables. supervision. PSCs should describe in their proposals the extent to which their Services will be able to meet or exceed the requirements outlined in this section. and equipment necessary for the coordination. 1.6. The PSC shall conduct comprehensive background investigations. The PSC shall maintain an in-country Operations Center (OPCEN) / Tactical Operations Center (TOC) that functions 24/7. Control. administration. PSCs shall provide details of their insurance coverage in their response to this RFP. supplies. The PSC shall provide an.1. The PSC shall pick up and drop off Nalco Champion expatriate personnel at the Basra International Airport as required. The final decision regarding the location of the facility has not been made.4. however it is expected the PSC will have one (1) PSD dedicated to movement of Nalco Champion personnel as required. it will likely be located in the contractor camps area on Artawi Road in North Rumaila. management-level staff member to coordinate the Services required and act as the designated point of contact with Nalco Champion.SECTION 4 – SCOPE OF WORK The following summarizes the general scope of Services that the winning PSC will be expected to provide. The PSC shall provide an emergency 24-hour contact to Nalco Champion. This is not intended to be a complete description of the Services required. materials.8. labor. 1. e. Baghdad and Wasit. and be fully insured to operate and provide security services in Iraq. however.5. and execution of Services. 1. General Requirements 1. The number of movements required is unknown at this time.
The PSC shall develop and implement training plans to ensure all of their employees are trained to respond to security or other emergency situations.e. 2. 2. but are not limited to: 2.1.2. The PSC shall maintain training records on all of its employees providing Services.Communications and Intelligence (C3I) center and be capable of tracking the PSC’s mobile security teams at all times. as a minimum. written Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to govern the performance of tasks / duties. 2. 2. Standard Operating Procedures.9.1. add additional B6 armored vehicles if Go to Table of Contents 11 . Plans and TTP’s shall be written.4. 2.8.1. e. and Training Requirements 2. The PSC shall develop.4.1. 188.8.131.52. 2. and PSC employees providing Services shall read.g.. 3.4. 1. 2. 2.6. Operations Security (OPSEC) Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) 2. and update as necessary.2. analyzing. Training records should include.4. Mobile Security/Personal Security Detail (PSD) 3.4.1. i. 2.1. Plans. Use of Force / Rules of Engagement Team and Individual Responsibilities Communications Vehicle Operations Weapons Handling Training Battle Drills.1. and Procedures (TTP) that are commensurate with standard practices used throughout the industry in Iraq. 2.3.. the configuration found in the table below shall be employed for mobile security operations. 2.1. The PSC shall demonstrate a reliable method of collecting. React to Contact.4.1. 2. SOPs should include. Unless otherwise coordinated. Plans should include Tactics. Techniques.3. etc.5.1.9. but are not limited to: 2. The PSC should be prepared to provide security training and induction including Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) for all expats to which Services are provided. 2.3. and disseminating threat and tactical intelligence and shall provide Nalco Champion’s Global Security Director with threat intelligence summaries not less than once per week.7. and be regularly drilled on the PSC plans and TTP’s. understand. the PSC should be able to alter mobile security configurations. Close Protection Training Weapons Training Drivers Training Medical Training 2.1.5. As necessary.1.
They shall have received formal driver training to ensure that the level of driving competence is adequate and acceptable to Nalco Champion’s standards. PSD drivers/operators shall have previous military/law enforcement/Close Protection experience. 3.3. BP. e. At a minimum. PSDTMs shall possess Basic Life Support (BLS) certification (or equivalent) and Advanced Life/Cardiac Support (ALS or ACLS) certification or equivalent. 3. competent individual with previous military/Close Protection experience of at least 5 years and it is preferable.2. Etrex or equivalent). The PSD Team Medic (PSDTM) shall be a fluent English speaking. 3. Go to Table of Contents 12 . One (1) torch / flashlight (Maglite or equivalent) per PSD member. Each PSD shall carry sufficient ancillary equipment as needed to carry out their operational task.3.2. military (see Enclosure 1 . 3. The PSD shall be comprised of at least six (6) individuals who have formal training in Close Protection Services. Two (2) x Global Positioning Systems (GPS) (one that is continually one and one on standby per PSD vehicle). 184.108.40.206.4.g.6.6. One (1) x Strobe light (firefly) and Identification Air Marker Panel per PSD vehicle. Function Lead Vehicle Vehicle Lightly armored SUV/ sedan or B6 armored SUV/sedan (situational dependent) B6 armored SUV B6 armored SUV Personnel Driver / Operator Purpose Route reconnaissance Client Vehicle Trail Vehicle Driver / Team Leader 2 clients Driver / Medic 2 clients/redundancy Table 1. 3. At least one (1) must be a handheld GPS (Garmin. They shall have a working knowledge of the English language and at least one of the four shall be proficient enough in the English language that he can translate for the PSD and Nalco Champion personnel if required. Minimum Mobile Security Vehicle Configuration 3.Example CLS Bag Packing List). The PSD Team Leader (PSDTL) shall be a fluent English speaking. but is not limited to: 3.1. 3. competent individual with previous military/Close Protection experience of at least 5 years and previous Iraq operational experience.6. PSCs should demonstrate level of PSDTM training and proficiency maintenance plans in their response to this RFP. As a minimum.5. etc.necessary to meet the security standards of Nalco Champion’s supported customers. but not essential to have previous operational experience. the PSDTM shall maintain an aid bag similar to the Combat Lifesaver (CLS) bag used by the U..S. This shall include. Shell.
Team members shall also be provided a personal protection weapon.e. FAMAS. When not in use. A written report shall be prepared and filed on the discharge of any weapon (intentional or accidental) while providing protection to Nalco Champion personnel.2. i. 4.3. before every shift (guard mount). if attacked. all PSD team members shall be armed with identical weapons systems. All PSD vehicles shall be fitted with the appropriate communications to enable interteam communications (VHF Motorola or equivalent) and at least one vehicle per team shall have communications to allow communications back to an Operations Center (OPCEN) / Tactical Operations Center (TOC) that functions 24/7.e. Heckler & Koch G36.9. which is to be a handgun. 5. PSC personnel shall not be armed with weapons with which they are not familiar or qualified to proficiently use under stress. 5. i.1.. etc. 4. Go to Table of Contents 13 . PSC personnel shall only use weapons that are provided by the PSC (no privately owned weapons). Enfield SA80. PSC personnel shall be provided with military style rifles such as. i. Communications and Tracking 4. etc. but not limited to: M4. AK-47. PSC personnel shall be armed with “like weapons”. but not limited to: Sig Sauer 226. The PSC shall supply a suitable In Vehicle Monitoring System (IVMS) to continually track all PSD movements from the OPCEN/TOC. weapons shall have compatible magazine and ammunition types.3. except for authorized and supervised training. PSC personnel shall be equipped with a minimum of six (6) 30-round magazines and shall always have a minimum of four (4) fully loaded with ammunition ready for use in rifles.4.8.7.e.. weapons shall be secured in a manner that prevents their theft. and before every movement as a part of PSD route briefings. Weapons and Ammunition 220.127.116.11. 5. 5. QBZ-95. PSC personnel shall be issued with sufficient magazines to be capable of rotating their use and allowing the spring to be “rested” for a minimum period of seven (7) days within every twenty-eight (28) day period.4. All PSD movements shall be continually monitored. 5.. and the PSD shall be capable of activating a duress alarm by pressing a button. CZ 99. such as. 5. PSC personnel shall be briefed on approved Rules of Engagement (ROE) / Rules of Use of Force (RUF) before being issued weapons. Glock 19. Weapons shall be inspected as necessary to ensure proper maintenance. 5. 5.2. Beretta 92. 5.
10.13. 7. this will include during all movements outside of approved. 5.4.2. Vehicles that carry Nalco Champion personnel shall be armored to NIJ III/European B6 standards.1. All vehicles shall be mechanically sound and shall be fitted with run flat tires. 7. ceramic/Kevlar trauma plates.1. and storage of weapons and ammunition. 6.12. Ammunition shall only be issued under proper supervision for authorized purposes. 5. 6. Ballistic Protective Equipment 6. The PSC shall supply Kevlar helmets. All deployed weapons on task shall to be registered with the GoI as part of the licensing compliance process.4. The PSC shall supply Nalco Champion personnel with Level III-A BPE with front and back “shock” plates.03. 5. Any ammunition unaccounted for should be the subject of a report regarding its disposition. Vehicles and Vehicle Maintenance 7. sledgehammers. static locations.000 km. Weapons and ammunition shall be recorded in the PSC’s property book and registered appropriately with Iraqi authorities. This may include. shovels. 5.3.3. jacks. crowbars.15. fire blankets. but is not limited to. but not limited to.11. axes. BPE shall be manufactured and certified to the US National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standard 0101.2. PSC personnel shall ensure compliance with all GoI requirements for the procurement. ‘hooligan bars’ and other means of manual Go to Table of Contents 14 .g.. accounting. fire extinguishers. BPE shall be worn when the tactical situation dictates it. 6. Weapons cards shall be carried as necessary/required. 5. grenades or rocket propelled grenades. 7.14. 6. All vehicles shall be equipped with ancillary equipment required for operational tasks.e. All vehicles (armored and non-armored) shall not be over 4 years old or exceed 100. i. The PSC shall not to have other weapons such as. etc. PSC personnel shall account for issued ammunition immediately upon completion of duty. The PSC shall provide sufficient Ballistic Protective Equipment (BPE) for all staff and clients.5. towropes. secure. BPE shall fit the individual as intended by the manufacturer. 7. e. large individuals will not be provided with small BPE that does not fully protect vital organs.
8.4. Static security forces shall have basic security training to include: 8. The PSC shall conduct daily preventive maintenance service checks (PMCS) on all security vehicles prior to the first journey of the day.4.7.7. 8.5. 7. NOTE: For the purpose of this RFP. static security forces are required at all static locations where Nalco Champion personnel will work. Recognition and response to Improvised Explosive Devices (IED). four (4) tower guards. particularly on the use of force in Iraq. The location and use of first aid and fire-control equipment. one (1) roving guard. Access control procedures.4. 8. Common forms of sabotage and espionage activity. 8. 8. Static site security forces shall be in place 24/7 and meet commonly recognized security industry standards.4. Armed. 8.4. The PSC shall maintain PMCS checklists and maintenance logs to be made available to Nalco Champion upon request. PSCs should provide cost estimates to provide static security 24/7 at a total of nine (9) guard posts.2. The actual number of guards required will depend on Nalco Champion’s final decision regarding permanent basing locations. three (3) access control point guards. 7.4.4. explosions.1. 7. 8.1.2. threat profiles. Duties in case of emergencies such as alerts. and civil disturbances. or are accommodated for extended periods. etc.4.extraction. Areas of responsibility and authority of security personnel. Static Security Forces 8. access control guards. 8. The PSC shall be required to provide and train additional personnel to act as replacement security assets when necessary. All vehicles shall show proper registrations in accordance with Iraqi authority requirements.8. 8. PSC shall provide Nalco Champion with this information prior to assigning any new personnel. i. The location of hazardous and vulnerable equipment and material.. All cargo areas shall be physically separated by a mesh or solid barrier capable of containing and restraining any objects within the cargo area in the event of a collision or rollover. and one (1) guard shift supervisor. No person shall be placed on security duty unless they have completed weapons training within the past 12 months.3.4. however. and responsibilities of the site security team. Go to Table of Contents 15 . a final decision has not been made. This includes the shift supervisor. 8. The permanent Nalco Champion base will most likely be located in the contractor camps area on Artawi road in North Rumaila. fires. 8.4. The care and use of weapons. and roving patrol guards.6.e. PSC static security plans shall document the numbers. These items shall be supplied as standard and a minimum of two (2) spare tires shall be supplied per vehicle.5.6. roles.3.
2. and respond to potential threats to a facility.2.5. Illumination and video surveillance (CCTV) systems 18.104.22.168. It is expected that the PSC will conduct vulnerability assessments on facilities and mitigate PSS vulnerabilities where possible. 9.1. Nalco Champion reserves the right to audit PSCs in its Service with no or minimal notification. 9. Hesco barriers. Security system components at a facility should include. Personnel weapons and ammunition storage 9. Patrol routes on foot and mobile patrols as required 9.3. fences.4.2. assess. but are not limited to: 9.2.3. etc.2. Nalco Champion will use the Example PSC Audit Checklist (see Enclosure 2 – PSC Audit Checklist) in the conduct of audits. ditches.1.3. 10. Audits 10.2. “Jersey” barriers.2. Barriers (berms.6. concrete T walls.) 22.214.171.124.3.1. Communications 9. the PSC shall provide adequate physical security system (PSS) components to deter. PSC Facility Security 9. If Nalco Champion chooses to base at a PSC safe house / secure villa. detect. hardened access control points. delay.9. Facility security procedures shall include: 9. Note: PSS components may vary greatly depending upon the function and location of a facility. 10.3. 9.3. Vehicle and Pedestrian Access/Searching Alarms / Communications Training for all static security forces All emergencies Go to Table of Contents 16 . Guard watch towers 9. 9.
2. 2. 2.7. i. misstatement. i. Provide a detailed narrative on the intended approach to meet Nalco Champion’s requirement for a world-class security services provider utilizing professional security staff / operators. and performance standards. 2. Provide PSC’s name. every day of the year. tasks.5. principal office. with an example of a similar emergency response.. PSCs are requested to respond in full. narrative form and to include charts or other illustrations as appropriate. PSC Information 1.e. Provide a description of how personnel are vetted.2. Provide a description of the training program/methodology used to train PSC personnel.SECTION 5 – PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS The information requested below shall be included in PSCs’ responses to this RFP. Detail the Mobilization Management Team members and their duties.8. and on an on-call basis.3. Go to Table of Contents 17 .1. 2. address. Provide a description of the capability to respond to a request for emergency short-term coverage. Provide a description of the qualifications the PSC requires for personnel who will be assigned to this to provide Services. Proposed Service 2.4. PSD members and static security forces. Provide any former names that organization has operated under. evaluations. and Iraqi operating license / operating number. including photograph.e.6.9. Include a list of training topics and number of hours for each training topic to include competencies. Provide a description. Provide a Mobilization Plan to include timeframes and proposed costs associated. of suggested uniform items to be worn by security officers 2. inaccuracy. the nature and depth of personnel background checks on individuals. 2. type of entity.1. Responses should provide information 1. Provide a description of ability to provide Services at scheduled times and locations 24 hours a day. 2. or failure to respond may be cause to reject the proposal. Disclose any incidents the PSC has been involved in that have warranted an investigation by either the Iraqi or other authorities. Provide a comprehensive plan that includes all of the required Services and any optional Services that PSC intends to offer or that it beliefs separates it from competitors.. Omission. 2.
description of office support. 6.2..2. e. including name of company. Experience of Proposed Personnel 3. term of contract.2. and location.. on-site supervisors. Provide an administration plan. on-call staff. Provide a list all pertinent certifications.2. Provide all cost data relating to the performance of Services. Provide a minimum of three references from past and current contracts that illustrates ability to perform and deliver the Services required herein. 4. 6. Provide information regarding insurance carrier and agency contact. i.3. hours of operation. Provide a detailed narrative of past and current contracts that illustrate ability to perform and deliver Services. etc.3. Go to Table of Contents 18 . 4. PSD Team Leaders. 3. e.g.1. including a sample invoice.1. Business References 6. Experience of PSC 4. Provide a description of the billing process to be used. 4. Provide the names and a description of the past performance and experience (CVs / resumes) of proposed “key” personnel. 5. contact name and phone number. location of contract. Include an organizational chart showing the personnel responsible for the management and supervision of the contract. Lead Trainers. for offices supporting Services in Iraq. Cost data should be provided in ‘line-item’ format 5.3. Provide any additional pertinent information that Nalco Champion should consider. 6. Cost Disclosure 5.g. annual dollar amount of contract..e. etc.1..1.
and References – 10% Go to Table of Contents 19 . The demonstrated experience of the PSC's personnel.3. The extent and quality of PSC's business references. Criteria Weighting 6. Proposed Service 1. PSC's organizational structure and financial good standing. PSC's demonstrated ability with respect to quality. No one criterion or combination of criteria will be controlling in the selection process.SECTION 6 – EVALUATION CRITERIA Nalco Champion will award this contract to the PSC who. 1. The overall quality of PSC’s organization as it relates to performing the proposed Service. Nalco Champion may determine to interview one or more of PSCs. 1. 3. 4. Experience of PSC – 20%. Cost Disclosure 5. Experience of Proposed Personnel – 20%.1. Demonstrated ability to provide sufficient staffing and support to Nalco Champion requirements. availability.1.1.2. capacity. Experience Of PSC 3. PSC's demonstrated ability. 3. 2. Cost – 20%. Proposed Service – 30%. 1. Submission of a proposal does not guarantee the right to an interview. is most responsive in meeting Nalco Champion’s requirements associated with providing contract security services in Iraq. Comprehensiveness of PSC’s proposed operational plan to meet the Service requirements. 6. and skill to perform or provide the required Services. using the following criteria as a guide. in Nalco Champion’s sole judgment.1.1. Following the evaluation of the written proposals. and adaptability of security personnel.2. Experience Of Proposed Personnel 2. Business References 5. 3.3.
ENCLOSURE 1 – EXAMPLE CLS BAG PACKING LIST BAG.5" WIDE 4.25" LUER HUB AND NDL GUARD RADPQ 50S DRESSING FIRST AID FIELD CAMOUFLAGED 11.25"W GRAY & OLIVE DRAB REUSE SYRINGE AND NEEDLE HYPODERMIC SAFETY 3ML 23GA STER DISP 25S TOURNIQUET NONPNEUMATIC ADULT 14X1" BLD TAKING DSGN RUBBER O/A TOURNIQUET COMBAT APPLICATION ONE-HANDED TUBE DRAINAGE SURGICAL PENROSE 1"X18" RUBBER RADIOPAGUE STER 6S 1 ea 2 ea 1 roll 1 ea 3 ea 1 ea 2 rolls 2 ea 5 ea 4 ea 1 ea 1 ea 2 ea 4 ea 2 ea 1 ea 1 ea 2 ea 6 ea 6 ea 1 ea 1 ea 1 ea 1 ea 1 ea 1 ea Go to Table of Contents 20 .1 YDS LONG BANDAGE KIT ELASTIC BANDAGE ADH. 500ML ADMINISTRATION SET INFUSION PUMP VENTED/UNVENTED LUBRICANT SURGICAL 5 GRAM 144S ORAL REHYDRATION SALTS USP 27.5 YDS 12S BANDAGE GAUZE COTTON 6 PLY WHITE 4.75X4" 5S GLOVE PATIENT EXAMINING & TREATMENT SZ 10LG PURPLE 4.75X3" FLESH/CLEAR STER DRESS AFFIXED TO PLAS ADH100S CATHETER IV INTROCAN SAFETY 18GAX1-1/4"LG WINGED NDL TEFLON 200S CATHETER-NDL UNIT IV 14GAX3.5-12"W 11.5-12"LG ABS DRESSING OCCLUSIVE ADHESIVE CLEAR 4.9GM FOIL PACKET 125 PER PACKAGE PAD ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL IMPREGNATED NONWVN COTTON/RAYON WHITE 200S PAD POVIDONE-IODINE IMPRE STER COTTON/RAYON 2X1.50" CUT LG BLUNT PTS CRS SPLINT UNIVERSAL ALUM 36"O/A LG 4.375" BROWN 100S SCISSORS BANDAGE 7.COMBAT CASUALTY CARE ADAPTER CATHETER TO LUER SYRINGE SHORT LOCKING 5S ADHESIVE TAPE SURGICAL POROUS WOVEN 3 INCHES BY 10 YARDS 4S AIRWAY NASOPHARYNGEAL 9MM ID 12MM OD KINK RES SMOOTH RD EDGES10S BANDAGE MUSLIN COMPRESSED OLIVE DRAB37X37X52" TRIANG W/SFTY PINS BANDAGE ELASTIC FLESH ROLLED NONSTERILE 6"X 4.25" LG ANG TO HDL 1.TC3.3MIL 100S HETASTARCH IN LACTATED ELECTROLYTE INJECTION.
ENCLOSURE 2 – EXAMPLE PSC AUDIT CHECKLIST Check the box if the answer is YES. Does the Private Security Company (PSC) have the appropriate licenses and registrations to operate in Iraq? Does the PSC have a written security Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)? Does the SOP include written Tactics. competent individuals with formal training in Close Protection? Does the PSD Team Leader (PSDTL) speak English fluently? Does the PSDTL have at least ten (5) years military/Close Protection experience and previous Iraq operational experience? Does the PSD Team Medic (PSDTM) speak English fluently? Does the PSDTM have at least five (5) years military/Close Protection experience? Go to Table of Contents 21 . at least two (2) of which are armored to the European B6 standard? Is the PSD team comprised of at least six (6). and Procedures (TTP’s) for conducting static and mobile security operations? Does the PSC have a formal training program for employees? o o o o o Close protection? Weapons? Driver and vehicle operations? Medical? Rules of Engagement (ROE) / Rules of Use of Force (RUF) Are the PSC’s employees familiar and trained on established TTP’s? Does the PSC maintain training records of its employees? Are Personal Security Detail (PSD) teams equipped with a minimum of three (3) vehicles. Techniques.
military? Are supplies in the aid bag current. Does the PSC ensure that employees do not use privately owned weapons? Go to Table of Contents 22 . i.e.e. six (6) magazines with at least four (4) loaded at all times. not expired? Do PSD drivers/operators (other than the PSDTL and PSDTM) have previous military/ Close Protection experience? Do PSD drivers/operators have a working knowledge of English. Does the PSDTM possess current Basic Life Support and Advanced Life/Cardiac (or equivalents) certifications? Does the PSDTM maintain an aid bag similar to the Combat Lifesaver bag used by the U.S. i. with at least one (1) individual possessing sufficient proficiency to translate if required? Does each member of the PSD carry sufficient ancillary equipment to conduct operational tasks? o o o o Flashlights Strobe lights Air Marker Panels Global Positioning System (GPS) Do all PSD team members have inter-team communications equipment? Does at least one vehicle per PSD team have communications back to an Operations Center (OPCEN) / Tactical Operations Center (TOC) that operates 24/7? Does the PSC supply a suitable IVMS to continually track all PSD movements? Can the PSD activate a duress alarm by pressing a single button? Doe the PSC maintain a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) or have a Mutual Aid Agreement to have a QRF? Has the PSC exercised its QRF plan? Does the PSC provide its employees with appropriate “like” weapons required to conduct operational tasks? Are all weapons provided by the PSC properly registered? Does the PSC provide its employees with appropriate magazines and ammunition required to conduct operational tasks.
Does the PSC conduct routine inspections of weapons to ensure proper maintenance? Does the PSC provide sufficient Ballistic Protective Equipment (BPE) for its employees and clients? o Level III-A BPE (to NIJ Standard 0101. detect. that can be used for manual extraction? Are all security vehicles equipped with a minimum of two (2) spare tires? Does the PSC conduct daily preventive maintenance service checks (PMCS) on all vehicles prior to the first journey of the day? Are PMCS checklists and logs kept? Does the PSC provide 24/7 static security forces at all facilities where clients are meeting.? Do static security forces receive adequate security training? o o o o o Roles and responsibilities. crowbars. Location and use of first aid and fire control equipment. etc. Guard watchtowers. etc.) Illumination and video surveillance (CCTV) systems. Go to Table of Contents 23 . Are all security vehicles (armored and unarmored) less than four (4) years old and do they have less than 100. ditches. Access control. axes. assess. Are all security vehicles mechanically sound and equipped with run flat tires? Are all security vehicles equipped with adequate ancillary equipment such as towropes. jacks.000 km. “Jersey” barriers. Are PSC facilities provided with adequate physical security system (PSS) components to deter. shovels. Hesco barriers. delay. o o o Barriers to provide buffer zones for IEDs (berms. Care and use of weapons. fences. concrete T-walls.03) with front and back ceramic/Kevlar shock plates. hardened access control points. etc. IED recognition. and respond to potential threats? Note: PSS components may vary greatly depending upon the function and location of the facility. accommodated. It is expected that the PSC completes vulnerability assessments on its facilities and mitigates vulnerabilities identified with PSS where possible.
Does the PSC’s facility security procedures include: o o o o o o Vehicle and pedestrian access/searching procedures? Communications? Response to alarms? Training for guards? Emergency evacuations? All other emergencies? Go to Table of Contents 24 .o Established security force patrol routes.
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