20 Dec 2018

 DDRP

Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United States

DDRP

Agency:
Department of the Army

Official Address:
ATTN: NGB-OPARC-AQ
111 South George Mason Drive
AHS-2, Suite T419A
Arlington VA 22204-1382

Zip Code:
22204-1382

Contact:
Meredith L McKinney, Contract Specialist, Email meredith.l.mckinney2.civ@mail.mil – David G. Gruenbaum, Contracts Specialist, Email david.g.gruenbaum.civ@mail.mil

Link:

Date Posted:
18/12/2018

Classification:
Q

Contract Description:

PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

AIR NATIONAL GUARD (ANG)
Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP) Specimen Collection Services

1.0 General:

1.1 Scope of Work: The contractor shall provide all personnel, supervision, and quality control necessary, except as specified in Paragraph 3.0 as Government Furnished as defined in this PWS to provide services for a comprehensive specimen collection, packaging and on-site management, and implementation program to support to the Air National Guard (ANG) Office of the Air Surgeon (NGB/SG).

This is a non-personnel services requirement to provide the necessary level of administrative, professional, and technical support required to facilitate the overall objectives of the ANG Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP). The Government will not exercise any supervision or control over the contractor employees performing the services herein. Such contractor employees shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn is responsible to the Government. The contractor’s management shall ensure that employees properly comply with the performance standards outlined in this PWS.

1.2 Background: The National Guard Bureau Surgeon General Directorate, Medical Operations Division (NGB/SGOH) is responsible for providing leadership and guidance in the development and implementation of DDRP responsibilities at all ANG installations in the continental United States and U.S. Territories (Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands). The mission of ANG DDRP is to ensure the ANG complies with Air Force Instruction (AFI) and respective Executive Orders, Public Laws, and Department of Defense (DoD) Directive/Instructions to coordinate the collection of specimens for laboratory testing at the designated Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA) laboratories.
1.2.1 All personnel within the ANG that hold an Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) that corresponds to their specialty or a Testing Designated Position (TDP) code for Title 5 personnel are required to provide urine specimens for drug testing. The on-site management, specimen collection, packaging and shipping will ensure the ANG is compliant with AFI 90-507 Military Drug Demand Reduction Program and AFI 90-508 Air Force Civilian Drug Demand Reduction Program. This responsibility associated with the DDR Program impacts all areas of the ANG Enterprise. The DDR Program is designed to detect and deter illicit drug use and/or prescription abuse, to ensure mission readiness: safeguard the health and wellness of the force, and maintain good order and discipline in the ANG Services are required to support DDRP testing at all ANG installations, to include Geographically Separated Units (GSUs) throughout the 50 US States, the District of Columbia and the US Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

1.3 Period of Performance.
Base period: 1 Apr 2019-31 Mar 2020
Option Period One: 1 Apr 2020-31 Mar 2021
Option Perion Two: 1 Apr 2021-31 Mar 2022
Option Period Three: 1 Apr 2022-31 Mar 2023
Option Perion Four: 1 Apr 2023-31 Mar 2024
FAR 52.217-8 Period: 1 Apr 2024-30 Sep 2024

1.4. General Information:

1.4.1 Quality Control (QC): The contractor shall develop and maintain an effective QC Plan (QCP) to ensure services are performed in accordance with this PWS. The contractor shall develop and implement procedures to identify, prevent, and ensure non-recurrence of defective services. The contractor’s QCP is the means by which it assures itself that its work complies with the requirements of the contract. As a minimum, the contractor shall develop QC procedures that address the areas identified in Technical Exhibit 1, Performance Requirements Summary. This QCP is due within 15 calendar days of contract award. After acceptance of the QCP, the contractor shall obtain the Contracting Officer’s (KO) acceptance in writing of any proposed changes to its QCP.

1.4.2 Quality Assurance (QA): The Government will evaluate the contractor’s performance under this contract in accordance with the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). This plan is primarily focused on what the Government must do to ensure that the contractor has performed in accordance with the performance standards. It defines how the performance standards will be applied, the frequency of surveillance, and acceptable quality level(s) (defect rate(s)).

1.4.3 Recognized Holidays: The following are recognized US holidays. The contractor shall not perform services on these days:

1.4.3.1 New Year’s Day: January 1st
1.4.3.2 Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
1.4.3.3 President’s Day
1.4.3.4 Memorial Day
1.4.3.5 Independence Day: July 4th
1.4.3.6 Labor Day
1.4.3.7 Columbus Day
1.4.3.8 Veteran’s Day: November 11th
1.4.3.9 Thanksgiving Day
1.4.3.10 Christmas Day

1.4.4 Place and Performance of Services: The contractor shall provide services Monday through Friday between the hours of 0800-1630 and all Regularly Scheduled Drill (RSD), minimum 12 weekends published annually by Wing Commander each fiscal year, except on recognized US holidays or when the Government facility/installation is closed due to local or national emergencies, administrative closings, or similar Government-directed facility/installation closings. RSD weekends are subject to change due to mission needs and/or Government budget requirements. The contractor shall at all times maintain an adequate work force for the uninterrupted performance of all tasks defined within this PWS when the Government facility/installation is not closed for the above reasons. When hiring personnel, the contractor shall keep in mind that the stability and continuity of the work force are essential. Services may be required outside of the stated service hours. It is anticipated that services outside of the hours identified above (to include evenings and/or weekends) will be required less than 10% of the time.

1.4.4.1 Unscheduled gate closures by the Security Police may occur at any time causing all personnel entering or exiting a closed installation to experience a delay. This cannot be predicted or prevented. Contractors are not compensated for unexpected closures or delays. Vehicles operated by contractor personnel are subject to search pursuant to applicable regulations. Any moving violation of any applicable motor vehicle regulation may result in the termination of the contractor employee’s installation driving privileges.

1.4.4.2 The contractor’s employees shall become familiar with and obey the regulations of the installation; including fire, traffic, safety, and security regulations while on the installation. Contractor employees should only enter restricted areas when required to do so and only upon prior approval. All contractor employees shall carry proper identification with them at all times. The contractor shall ensure compliance with all regulations and orders of the installation which may affect performance.

1.4.5 Security Requirements. The contractor shall comply with all applicable installation/facility access and local security policies and procedures, which may be obtained from the COR. The contractor shall also provide all information required for background checks to meet installation access requirements to be accomplished by Installation Commander/Provost Marshal Office, Director of Emergency Services or Security Office. The contractor shall ensure compliance with all personal identity verification requirements as directed by DOD, HQDA and/or local policy. Should the Force Protection Condition (FPCON) change, the Government may require changes in contractor security matters or processes.

1.4.5.1 Communications Security/Information Technology (COMSEC/IT) Security. All communications with DOD organizations are subject to COMSEC review. All telephone communications networks are continually subject to intercept by unfriendly intelligence organizations. DOD has authorized the military departments to conduct COMSEC monitoring and recording of telephone calls originating from, or terminating at, DOD organizations. Therefore, the contractor is advised that any time contractor place or receive a call they are subject to COMSEC procedures. The contractor shall ensure wide and frequent dissemination of the above information to all employees dealing with DOD information. The contractor shall abide by all Government regulations concerning the authorized use of the Government’s computer network, including the restriction against using the network to recruit Government personnel or advertise job openings.

1.4.5.2 Use of Government Information System (IS) and access to Government networks is a revocable privilege, not a right. Users are the foundation of the DOD strategy and their actions affect the most vulnerable portion of the ANG Enterprise Infrastructure. Contractor employees shall have a favorable background investigation or hold a security clearance and access approvals commensurate with the level of information processed or available on the system. Contractor employees shall:

a. Comply with the command’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for Government owned IS and sign an AUP prior to or upon account activation.

b. Complete initial and/or annual IA training as defined in the IA Best Business Practices (BBP) training ().

c. Mark and safeguard files, output products, and storage media per classification level and disseminate them only to individuals authorized to receive them with a valid need to know.

d. Protect IS and IS peripherals located in their respective areas in accordance with physical security and data protection requirements.

e. Practice safe network and Internet operating principles and take no actions that threaten the integrity of the system or network.

1.4.5.3 Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII). The contractor shall protect all Personally Identifiable Information (PII) encountered in the performance of services in accordance with DFARS 224.103 and DoD 5400.11, Department of
Defense Privacy Program, and DoD 5400.11-R. If a PII breach results from the contractor’s violation of the aforementioned policies, the contractor shall bear all notification costs, call-center support costs, and credit monitoring service costs for all individuals whose PII has been compromised.

1.4.5.4. CAC Requirements: The CAC is the DOD Federal Personal Identity Verification (PIV) credential. In accordance with Directive Type Memorandum (DTM) 08-003, December 1, 2008, incorporating Change 5, October 8, 2013, Initial issuance of a CAC requires at a minimum, the completion of FBI fingerprint check with favorable results reflecting “No Record” and submission of a NACI to the Office of Personnel
Management (OPM), or a DoD-determined equivalent investigation. The issuance of a
CAC will be based on four criteria; (a) eligibility for a CAC; (b) verification of DoD affiliation from an authoritative data source; (c) completion of background vetting requirements according to the Federal Information Processing Standards Publication
201-1, Personal Identity Verification (PIV) of Federal Employees and Contractors, March 2006, and DOD Regulation 5200.2-R, DoD Personnel Security Program, January 1987, and (d) verification of a claimed identity. CAC eligible personnel must be registered in the DEERS through either an authoritative personnel data feed from the appropriate Service or Agency or TASS.

1.4.5.4. i. HSPD-12 Background Investigation Requirements: The contractor ensure
CACs are obtained by all contract or subcontract personnel assigned to work on the Government site and by personnel requiring access to a DoD network (and other eligible populations as specified in DTM-08-003 Attachment 3, paragraph 3a.) are required to, at a minimum, have received a favorable FBI fingerprint check and must have submitted to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) a NACI or equivalent/higher investigation. It is the responsibility of the contractor to ensure that all employees requiring an initial background investigation complete a Personnel Security Investigation Portal (PSIP) form, at the earliest possible date and that this form is forwarded to the COR within 1 business day. The COR will review the form for completeness and accuracy and forward to the NGB Personnel Security manager who will initiate the investigation process via the PSIP. Contractor personnel will then receive two e-mail messages; the first will confirm that the request has been received by OPM, and the second will provide instructions for the completion of the appropriate form via the Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) system. Upon completion of the e-QIP questionnaire and submittal of all required documents, including fingerprint card to the security manager, the BI will be initiated.
The contractor shall ensure all instructions regarding background investigation processing, including those provided verbally, by e-mail or via a Government system are compiled within 1 business day. The contractor is cautioned that the entire process from submittal of the PSIP form to return of the FBI fingerprint check may routinely take from 2-6 weeks and shall factor this lead time into its hiring/placement process. The contractor shall make all reasonable efforts to ensure that contractor employees meet
CAC eligibility standards upon assignment to the contract and shall be held responsible for delays, failure to meet performance requirements or decreases in efficiency in accordance with the applicable inspection clause.

1.4.5.4. ii. Trusted Associate Sponsorship System (TASS): The contractor is responsible for processing applications for Common Access Cards (CAC) for every contractor employee who deploys with the military force OR who has a need to access any Government computer network in accordance with FAR 52.204-9, “Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel.”

The contractor is responsible for managing requests for new or renewal CAC cards in sufficient time to ensure that all contractor employees have them when needed to perform work under this contract. The norm is at least ten calendar days advance notice to the Trusted Agent (TA), unless there are extenuating circumstances approved by the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) or Contracting Officer.

The contractor shall enter into a long- term visitor group security agreement at each location where contract performance is on an Air Force/Air National Guard installation. This agreement shall outline how the contractor integrates security requirements for contract operations with the Air Force to ensure effective and economical operation on the installation. The agreement shall be executed within the phase-one period by way of the Information Protection Office at each location and include:

Security support provided by the Air Force to the contractor shall include but not limited to storage containers for classified information/material, use of base destruction facilities, classified reproduction facilities, use of base classified mail services, security badges, base visitor control, investigation of security incidents, training, base traffic regulations and the use of security forms and conducting inspections required by DoD 5220.22-R, Industrial Security Regulation; Air Force Policy Directive 16-14, Security Enterprise Governance; and Air Force Instruction 31-601, Industrial Security Program Management.

It is recommend that a “Corporate Facility Security Officer” (FSO) be designated to serve as your firm’s single point of contact for Background Investigation (BI), the TASS application process and other CAC and security related matters. If a FSO is not established, each contractor employee requiring a CAC will be required to process their own applications.

CAC applications shall be processed through the TASS. The contractor’s FSO or contractor employee shall submit requests for a CAC via email to the designated TASS Trusted Agent (TA) before accessing the TASS website. The TASS TA for this requirement will be the COR.

The Government will establish a TASS application account for each CAC Request and will provide each contractor employee a USER ID and Password, via email, to the FSO.
The FSO or contractor employee shall access the TASS account and complete the CAC application (entering/editing contractor information as applicable) at:

The FSO or contractor employee will submit completed applications in TASS and will follow up to ensure that the TA is processing the request. A CAC cannot be issued without evidence that the FSO has initiated a National Agency
Check with Written Inquires (NACI).

The Government will inform the contractor’s applicant, via email, of one of the following:

a. Approved.* Upon approval, the information is transferred to the Defense
Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) database and an email notification is sent to the contractor with instructions on obtaining their CAC. The contractor proceeds to a Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) station (RAPIDS
Site Locator: ).

b. Rejected.* The Government, in separate correspondence, will provide reason(s) for rejection.

c. Returned. Additional information or correction to the application required by the contractor employee. *The contractor shall maintain records of all approved and rejected applications.

At the RAPIDS station, the RAPIDS Verification Officer will verify the contractor by SSN and two forms of identification. Identity source Documents must come from the list of acceptable documents included in Form I-9, OMB No. 115-0136, “Employment Eligibility Verification.” Consistent with applicable law, at least one document from the Form I-9 list shall be a valid (unexpired) State or Federal Government-issued picture identification (ID). The Identity documents will be inspected for authenticity and scanned and stored in the DEERS upon issuance of an ID. The photo ID requirement cannot be waived, consistent with applicable statutory requirements. The Verification Officer will capture primary and alternate fingerprints, picture, and updates to DEERS and will then issue a CAC.

Issued CACs shall be for a period of performance not longer than three (3) years or the individual’s contract end date (inclusive of any options), whichever is earlier. The contractor shall return issued CAC’s to the DEERS office upon departure or dismissal of each contractor employee. Obtain a receipt for each card and provide to the TA/COR.

1.4.5.5 Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS). All contractor employees and associated sub-contractor employees assigned to work on a Government site and/or requiring access to a DoD network will be required to register with ADLS at commencement of services in order to complete the necessary training required of them initially and annually for the duration of the contract (i.e., DoD Information Assurance, OPSEC, Security Administration). ADLS website:

1.4.5.6 Information Assurance (IA)/Information Technology (IT) Training: l contractor employees and associated sub-contractor employees shall complete the DoD Information Assurance Awareness Cyber Awareness Challenge before issuance of network access and annually thereafter. All contractor employees performing services involving IA/IT functions shall comply with DoD and Air Force training requirements in DoDD 8570.01, DoD 8570.01-M and AFPD 33-2 within 15 days of the start of contract performance. In accordance with DoD 8570.01-M , DFARS 252.239.7001 and AFM 33-282, contractor employees performing services supporting IA/IT functions shall be appropriately certified upon contract award. The baseline certification as stipulated in DoD 8570.01-M shall be completed upon contract award.

1.4.5.7 Information Awareness: All contractor employees and associated sub-contractor employees shall complete the DoD Information Assurance Awareness Cyber Awareness Challenge before issuance of network access and annually thereafter. All contractor employees performing services involving IA/IT functions shall comply with DoD and Air Force training requirements in DoDD 8570.01, DoD 8570.01-M and AFPD 33-2 within 15 days of the start of contract performance. In accordance with DoD 8570.01-M , DFARS 252.239.7001 and AFM 33-282, contractor employees performing services supporting IA/IT functions shall be appropriately certified upon contract award. The baseline certification as stipulated in DoD 8570.01-M shall be completed upon contract award.

1.4.5.8 Antiterrorism (AT) Level 1 Awareness Training. All contractor employees, to include subcontractor employees, requiring access Government Installations, Facilities and Controlled Access areas shall complete AT Level I awareness training within 15 calendar days after contract start date or effective date of incorporation of this requirement into the contract, whichever is applicable. Certificates of completion for each affected contractor employee and subcontractor employee will be maintained by the COR or Antiterrorism Representative. AT level I awareness training is available at the following website: ).

1.4.5.9 Operations Security (OPSEC) Training. In accordance with AFI 10-701, Operations Security, OPSEC PMs/SMO/SMNCOs/Coordinators will provide OPSEC training or training materials to contract employees within 90 days of employees’ initial assignment to the contract and annually thereafter. General organizational orientations may need to be supplemented by duty-related orientations in the work center targeted toward specific critical information and vulnerabilities associated with the work. Initial training (OPSE 1301 – OPSEC Fundamentals) and refresher training (Security Administration) are both available on the ADLS website.

1.4.5.10 OPSEC SOP/Plan. The contractor shall develop an OPSEC Plan and provide it to the COR or KO within 14 calendar days of contract award to be reviewed and approved by the responsible Government OPSEC officer, per AFI 10-701, Operations Security. This Plan shall include the Government’s critical information, why it needs to be protected, where it is located, who is responsible for it, and how to protect it. For the contractor to effectively comply with OPSEC provisions of the contract, the organization will provide the following guidance: (1) Organization’s Critical Information; (2) Adversaries’ collection threat information as it applies to the organization’s mission and the contract; (3) Operations Security guidance and (4) Specific OPSEC measures the organization requires (as appropriate).

1.4.5.11 Classified Information. For Contracts That Require Handling or Access to Classified Information. The contractor shall comply with FAR Clause 52.204-2, Security Requirements. This clause involves access to information classified “Confidential,” “Secret,” or “Top Secret” and requires contractors to comply with The Security Agreement (DD Form 441), including the National Industrial Security
Program Operating Manual (DoD 5220.22-M) and applicable updates/changes.

1.4.6 Physical Security. The contractor shall safeguard all Government property provided for contractor use. At the close of each work period, Government facilities, equipment and materials shall be secured.

1.4.6.1 Key Control. The contractor shall establish and implement methods of ensuring all keys/key cards issued by the Government are not lost or misplaced and are not used by unauthorized persons. NOTE: All references to keys include key cards. No keys issued by the Government shall be duplicated. The contractor shall include procedures covering key control in the QC Plan. Such procedures shall include turn-in of any issued keys by personnel who no longer require access to locked areas. The contractor shall report any occurrences of lost or duplicated keys/key cards to the COR within 1 business day.

1.4.6.2 Lost / Duplicated Keys. In the event keys, other than master keys, are lost or duplicated the contractor shall, upon direction by the KO, re-key or replace the affected lock or locks; however, the Government, at its option, may replace the affected lock or locks or perform re-keying. When the replacement of locks or re-keying is performed by the Government, the total cost of re-keying or the replacement of the lock or locks shall be deducted from the monthly payment due the contractor. In the event a master key is lost or duplicated, all locks and keys for that system shall be replaced by the Government and the total cost deducted from the monthly payment due the contractor.

1.4.6.3 Limit Access. The contactor shall prohibit the use of the Government issued keys/key cards by any persons other than the contractor’s employees. The contractor shall prohibit the opening of locked areas by contractor employees to permit entrance of persons other than contactor employees engaged in the performance of services in those areas, or personnel authorized entrance by the KO.

1.4.6.4 Lock Combinations. The use of a combination lock may be required for storage of supplies or specimens. Combination code/access may only be permitted to those appointed into the DDR Program.

1.4.7 Special Qualifications: N/A

1.4.8 Post Award Conference/Periodic Progress Meetings: The contractor agrees to attend any post award conference convened by the KO in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations Subpart 42.5. The KO, Contracting Officer’s Representative
(COR), and other Government personnel, as appropriate, may meet periodically with the contractor to review the contractor’s performance. At these meetings, the Contracting Officer will apprise the contractor of how the Government views the contractor’s performance and the contractor shall apprise the Government of problems, if any, being experienced. The contractor shall resolve outstanding issues raised by the Government. Contractor attendance at these meetings shall be at no additional cost to the Government.

1.4.9 Contract Manager (CM): The contractor shall designate a CM who shall ensure performance under this contract. The name of this person, and an alternate who shall act for the contractor when the CM is absent, shall be designated in writing to the KO.
The CM or alternate shall have full authority to act for the contractor on all contract matters relating to daily operation of this contract. The CM shall work through the COR to resolve issues, receive technical instructions, and ensure adequate performance of services. The CM shall ensure that contractor employees do not perform any services outside the scope of the contract without an official modification issued by the KO. The CM shall ensure contractor employees understand that services performed outside the scope of the contract are performed wholly at the expense of the contractor.

1.4.10 Identification of Contractor Employees: Contractor personnel will be required to obtain and wear security badges and adhere to the security requirements of the host installation. All contractor personnel attending meetings, answering Government telephones and working in other situations where their contractor status is not obvious to third parties are required to identify themselves as such to avoid creating an impression that they are Government employees. The contractor shall ensure that all documents or reports produced by contractor personnel are suitably marked as contractor products or that contractor participation is appropriately disclosed. The contractor’s status as a “contractor” shall be predominantly displayed in all correspondence types (to include signature blocks on email) and dealings with Government or non-Government entities/ Contractor personnel shall wear identification badges distinguishing themselves as such. The badges shall have the company name, employee name and the word “contractor” displayed. The contractor shall retrieve all identification media (including vehicle passes) from their employees who depart employment for any reason. All identification media (i.e., badges and vehicles passes) shall be returned to the COR within 14 days of an employee’s departure.

1.4.11. Combating Trafficking in Persons: The United States Government has adopted a zero tolerance policy regarding trafficking in persons. Contractors and contractor employees shall not engage in severe forms of trafficking in persons during the period of performance of the contract; procure commercial sex acts during the period of performance of the contract; or use forced labor in the performance of the contract. The
Contractor shall notify its employees of the United States Government’s zero tolerance policy, the actions that will be taken against employees for violations of this policy. Such actions may include, but are not limited to, removal from the contract, reduction in benefits, or termination of employment. The Contractor shall take appropriate action, up to and including termination, against employees or subcontractors that violate the US
Government policy as described at FAR 22.17.

1.4.12 Contractor Travel: The contractor may be required to occasionally travel to various locations across the United States during the performance of this contract to conduct analysis and attend meetings/training.

The contractor shall be authorized travel expenses consistent with the substantive provisions of the Joint Travel Regulation (JTR) and the limitation of funds specified in this contract. All travel requires COR approval and authorization at least 15 days prior to travel arrangements being made. The contractor shall submit a Trip Report (will be provided via DDRP CarePoint website, within 5 days after travel.

1.4.13 Data Rights: The Government has unlimited rights to all documents/material produced under this contract. All documents and materials, to include the source codes of any software, produced under this contract shall be Government owned and are the property of the Government with all rights and privileges of ownership/copyright belonging exclusively to the Government. These documents and materials may not be used or sold by the contractor without written permission from the KO. All materials supplied to the Government shall be the sole property of the Government and may not be used for any other purpose. This right does not abrogate any other Government rights.

1.4.14 Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCI): The contractor and subcontractor personnel performing services under this contract may receive, have access to or participate in the development of proprietary or source selection information (e.g., cost or pricing information, budget information or analyses, operational information, specifications or work statements) or perform evaluation services which may create a current or subsequent OCIs, as defined in FAR Subpart 9.5. The contractor shall notify the KO whenever it becomes aware that such access or participation may result in any actual or potential OCI and shall promptly submit a plan to the KO to avoid or mitigate any such OCI. The contractor’s mitigation plan will be determined to be acceptable solely at the discretion of the KO and in the event the KO unilaterally determines that any such OCI cannot be satisfactorily avoided or mitigated, the KO may affect other remedies as he or she deems necessary, including prohibiting the contractor from participation in subsequent contracted requirements which may be affected by the OCI.

1.4.15 Phase In / Phase Out Periods To minimize any decreases in productivity and to prevent possible negative impacts on additional services, the contractor shall have personnel on board, during the 30 day phase out period. During the phase out period, the contractor shall help facilitate a transition with the incoming contractor in order to ensure performance requirements are met.

1.4.16 Telework: Telework is not authorized.

2.0 Definitions and Acronyms

2.1.1 BUDGET ANALYSIS. Process vendor uses for detailed examination of the budget for G3 Aviation, Operations and Training resource accounts. Tools used for this process measures actual funding and spending levels. It includes all of the functionality necessary to define, edit, analyze calculations, and report on budget information.

2.1.2 BUDGET YEAR (BY). The next federal fiscal year, beginning October 1 and ending the following September 30, for which the federal budget is submitted.

2.1.3 BUDGET PHASE. A period of the budget year when requirements programmed during the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) are reviewed and decided. It involves four phases: formulation within the agency with OMB; OMB review, justification and pass back notification; budget estimate submission to the President, and lastly control, review and appropriation of the budget by congress.

2.1.4 CONTRACTOR. A supplier or vendor awarded a contract to provide specific supplies or service to the Government. The term used in this contract refers to the prime.

2.1.5 CANCELLED YEAR (CX). Appropriated funds in these years are not available for any purpose.

2.1.6 CONTRACTING OFFICER (KO). A person with authority to enter into, administer, and or terminate contracts, and make related determinations and findings on behalf of the Government. Note: The only individual who can legally bind the Government.

2.1.7 CONTRACTING OFFICER’S REPRESENTATIVE (COR). An employee of the
U.S. Government designated by the KO to monitor contractor performance. Such appointment shall be in writing and shall state the scope of authority and limitations.
This individual has authority to provide technical direction to the Contractor as long as that direction is within the scope of the contract, does not constitute a change, and has no funding implications. This individual does NOT have authority to change the terms and conditions of the contract.

2.1.8 CURRENT YEAR (CY). A term used in budgeting and accounting to designate the operations (new obligations) of the appropriated funds of a present fiscal year in contrast to past or future periods.

2.1.9 DEFECTIVE SERVICE. A service output that does not meet the standard of performance associated with the Performance Work Statement.

2.1.10. DELIVERABLE. Anything that can be physically delivered and includes no manufactured things such as meeting minutes or reports.

2.1.11 EXECUTION. Execution includes reservations, commitments, obligations, disbursements, unliquidated obligations, spend plans, obligation plans.

2.1.12 EXPIRED YEAR (EY). A time period that consists of a five year span to include the previous five years. These appropriated funds are available for disbursement and adjustments of funds only.

2.1.13 FISCAL YEAR (FY). 12 month period of the Federal Government beginning on October 1 and ending the following September 30.

2.1.14 FUTURE YEAR DEFENSE PROGRAM (FYDP). This is the time period that spans five years in the future beyond the budget year.

2.1.15 MULTIVARIATE REGRESSION. A technique that estimates a single regression model with more than one outcome variable.

2.1.16 NON PARAMETRIC REGRESSION. A category of regression analysis in which the predictor does not take a predetermined form but is constructed according to information derived from the data.

2.1.17 PHYSICAL SECURITY. Actions that prevent the loss or damage of Government property.

2.1.18 PLANNING PHASE OF Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE): The planning phase is a collaborative effort by the OSD and the Joint Staff, in coordination with DOD components. It begins with a resource-informed articulation of national defense policies and military strategy. This process results in fiscally constrained guidance and priorities (for military forces, modernization, readiness, and sustainability) and supports business processes and infrastructure activities (for program development). Planning guidance developed in this phase informs the DOD Components on the capabilities needed to support the National Security Strategy (NSS), National Defense Strategy (NDS), and National Military Strategy (NMS); highlights specific issues; and establishes departmental priorities.

2.1.19 PROGRAMMING PHASE OF PPBE: The DOD Components develop and submit proposed programs (POMs) consistent with the planning, programming, and fiscal guidance. These programs reflect systematic analysis of missions and objectives to be achieved, alternate methods of accomplishing them, and the effective allocation of resources. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) analyzes the programs and provides a risk assessment based on the capability of the composite force levels and support program for the U.S. Armed Forces to execute the strategy approved during the planning phase. Changes to programs following a program review are published in a decision document. Program reviews are led by the DCAPE.

2.1.20 PRIOR YEAR (PY). For use in multiple year and procurement appropriations. Prior year funding, but still available for new obligations.

2.1.7.21 QUALITY ASSURANCE. The Government procedures to verify that services being performed by the Contractor are performed according to acceptable standards.

2.1.22 QUALITY ASSURANCE SURVEILLANCE PLAN (QASP). An organized written document specifying the surveillance methodology to be used for surveillance of contractor performance.

2.1.23 QUALITY CONTROL. All necessary measures taken by the Contractor to assure that the quality of an end product or service shall meet contract requirements.

2.1.24 REGRESSION ANALYSIS. A set of statistical processes for estimating the relationships among variables.

2.1.25 SUBCONTRACTOR. One that enters into a contract with a prime contractor. The Government does not have privity of contract with the subcontractor.

2.1.26 WORK DAY. The number of hours per day the Contractor provides services in accordance with the contract.

2.1.27 WORK WEEK. Monday through Friday, unless specified otherwise.

2.2 ACRONYMS:
ADLS Advanced Distributed Learning Service
ADOS-RC Active Duty Operational Support – Reserve Component
AEI Army Enterprise Infrastructure
AEM Army Emergency Management
AF Air Force
AFARS Army Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement
AFI Air Force Instruction
AFMAN Air Force Manual
AFMOA/SGB Air Force Medical Operations Agency
AFP Annual Funded Program
AFPD Air Force Policy Directive
AFRISS Air Force Recruiting Information Support System
AFSC Air Force Specialty Code
AGR Air Guard Reserve
AKO Army Knowledge Online
AMP Amphetamine
ANG Air National Guard
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3.0 Government Furnished Property, Material, Equipment and Services (GFP/M/E/S):
The Government will provide the property, material, equipment, and/or services listed below solely for the purpose of performance under this contract:

3.1 Property: The Government will furnish the necessary workspace for the contractor to perform services outlined in this PWS to include desk space, telephones, computers, color printer, lockable four drawer filing cabinet and other items necessary to maintain an office environment.

3.1.1 Material: The Government will provide the necessary drug testing supplies as listed in AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508.

3.2 Services: Mail service and postage.

3.3 Utilities: All utilities in the facility will be available for the contractor’s use in the performance of this contract. The contractor shall instruct employees in utilities conservation practices. The contractor shall operate under conditions that preclude the waste of utilities, which include turning off the water faucets or valves after using the required amount.

4.0 Contractor Furnished Property, Materials, and Equipment (CFP/M/E):

4.1 General: Except for those items specifically stated to be Government-Furnished in
Paragraph 3.0, the contractor shall furnish everything required to perform these services as indicated in Paragraph 1.1.

4.2 Secret Facility Clearance: N/A

5.0 Overall Description of the Task: The Government requires a contractor to provide services for specimen collection, packaging, and on-site management program, and implementation to support the NGB/SG with all tasks of the specimen collection, packaging and shipping, and on-site management processes to include military and Title 5 and/or Title 32 civilian drug testing IAW AFI 90-507 & AFI 90-508, located on Air Force E-Publishing website,

5.1 Administrative:

5.1.1 The Contractor shall provide on-site program management supervision of WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers, and project oversight to ensure quality control necessary to provide a specimen collection, packaging, implementation program to support the ANG Office of the Air Surgeon (NGB/SG). The WDDRPM shall utilize the assigned ANG Regional Drug Demand Reduction Program Managers (RDDRPM)/COTR, as subject matter expert.

5.1.2 The Contractor shall provide personnel (experience in specimen collection, packaging and shipment preferred) to administer DDRP testing that follows the guidance and procedures as outlined in AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508. The personnel who serve in the role of a WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observer roles shall be individuals possessing unquestionable integrity and trustworthiness as outlined in paragraph 5.3.2. Individuals are ineligible to serve as in these roles if they have any record of conviction by courts-marital or civilian criminal court.

5.2 Training Support:

5.2.1 The Government will provide annual NGB Drug Demand Reduction Program training for the Contract Trainer/s at a location TBD by NGB SGOH. Training will cover all aspects of the DDR Program. NGB/SGOH will supply “train-the-trainer” course and training material for up to 20 Trainers. The Contractor shall provide the trainers. Trainers shall be responsible for training all WDDRPM, DTPAM, and Observers. Historically training is provided in a classroom setting, 5 days in length, either in January or August, at Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Lackland San Antonio, TX. Training will follow AFMOA approved training materials.

5.2.2 The contractor shall provide proof of certification that all WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers have been trained as outlined in phase I-IV of this PWS. Training certificates shall be provided to the COR/COTR within 5 calendar days of completion of training.

5.3 Operational Requirements:

5.3.1 The contractor shall provide Wing Drug Demand Reduction Managers (WDDRPM), Drug Testing Program Administrative Managers (DTPAM) and Observers IAW AFI 90-507 & AFI 90-508 to administer 100% annual testing tracked by Fiscal Year (FY) of all individuals as identified within the iFTDTL and HR (reference WDDRPM role and responsibilities, paragraphs 5.3.2.1- 5.3.2.9.9) is accomplished at each installation identified in Exhibit 3.

5.3.1.1 The contractor shall provide an After Action Report/board summary at the end of each FY quarter (template will be provided by the COR) with recommendation for improvements and any limitations.

5.3.1.2 The contractor shall provide “out of cycle” DDR testing as directed by the Wing Commander. Out of cycle testing is defined as not on a normal duty hour schedule.

5.3.2 WDDRPM Role and Responsibilities: The Contractor shall employ WDDRPMs that adhere to the following AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508 requirements to ensure integrity and trustworthiness of the DDRP:

a. Individuals with no medical or mental health condition which will preclude she/he from responsibly performing her/his assigned duties as a WDDRPM. Wing Commander and Guard Medical Unit (GMU) Commander will determine if a medical or mental health condition is subject to disqualification, on a case by case basis.
b. The Contractor shall provide documentation to the COR signed by the WDDRPMs that certifies that she/he has no record of conviction for any offense or history of past misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, or drug abuse (including use, possession, or distribution). Provide within 15 calendar days of WDDRPM employment date.
c. CAC Requirement and background investigation must be completed IAW paragraph 1.4.5.4 of this PWS.

5.3.2.1 The WDDRPM shall ensure DDRP is conducted IAW the AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508, DoD requirements. The WDDRPM is responsible for the management of all aspects of the DDRP to include but not limited to the following (as reference in the AFMOA approved training materials):

5.3.2.2 The WDDRPM shall ensure that she/he is appointed and trained in their assigned role, and ensure a copy of the appointment letter is provided to the assigned COTR. Provide within 5 calendar days of appointment and training.

5.3.2.3 The WDDRPM shall provide daily oversight of the DDR program. The WDDRPM acts as the focal point for installation-level drug testing, to include drug prevention, education and outreach initiatives. Coordinates drug testing program requirements and activities IAW AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-507 guidelines, to include:

5.3.2.3.1 The WDDRPM shall establish and maintain access to the iFTDTL (also referred to as the Drug Testing Portal “DTP”) to administer drug testing, generate reports IAW paragraph 5.3.2.9.2., and perform drug testing portal functions as outlined in the DTP user guide and AFMOA approved training material. WDDRPM shall safeguard the sensitive medical information that testing may generate IAW AFI 33-332, Privacy Act Program. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) training is required to be accomplished annually online via Joint Knowledge Online, link:

5.3.2.3.2 The WDDRPM shall maintain a current contact listing of all unit Commanders, First Sergeants, trusted agents, and legal office personnel. Provide an updated copy of the list by the 10th of the month. A program continuity book will be provided by the COTR upon assignment.

5.3.2.3.3 The WDDRPM shall only make notifications for specimen collection to Trusted Agents, (e.g. Unit Commanders, First Sergeants) by confidential means. WDDRPMs shall notify the Installation Commander and SJA when an individual does not report for testing or could not be contacted by the trusted agent. Note: Appointed Trusted Agents other than the assigned Commander or First Sergeant shall be appointed in writing; WDDRPM shall provide Trusted Agent Training and retain all DDRP Trusted Agent appointment letters until delegation is cancelled or superseded.

5.3.2.3.4 The WDDRPM shall schedule drug testing on a monthly basis at a minimum IAW Installation Commander concurrence, on average a minimum of 9% end-strength specimens tested per month. Specimens collected for testing shall not exceed 1% untestable level. WDDRPM shall communicate with the Installation Commander to identify specific steps to reduce the untestable error rate and a timetable for resolution. A Memorandum for Record (MFR) shall be generated by the WDDRPM and signed by the Installation Commander if DDRP testing is deferred for more than 30 days; a separate MFR must be generated for each month of deferred testing, as applicable.

5.3.2.3.5 WDDRPM shall notify the Contractor of the number of DTPAMs and Observers required to perform the scheduled monthly testing. WDDRPM shall ensure specimens are collected, packaged, stored, and shipped IAW AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508 and relative NGB/SGOH DDRP guidance.

5.3.2.3.6 The WDDRPM shall receive all positive urinalysis results via iFTDTL. Illicit positive result notifications must be sent via encrypted Government email from Drug Demand Reduction Program Managers to the Installation Commander, Unit Commander, Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), and Security Forces Commander upon initial receipt or within one-business day of positive notification.

5.3.2.3.7 The WDDRPM shall verify the GMU/CC has appointed a Primary and alternate Medical Review Officer (MRO) and the documented appointment letter, HIPAA certificate and AFMOA MRO training certificate are maintained in the Continuity Binder and on CarePoint. The WDDRPM shall notify the MRO via encrypted Government email within one business day when positive prescription drug test results are received. NOTE: Installation Commander, SJA, Unit Commander, and Security Forces Commander shall NOT be notified of a prescription positive results until the MRO has deemed the positive results are not medical justified.

5.3.2.3.8 The WDDRPM shall input the MRO interpretation/findings into the iFTDTL portal and ensures notification, verbally and in writing, to the member’s Commander/First Sergeant, AFOSI/Security Forces, ADAPT Program Manager, and installation SJA of all drug positive results that are not medically excused/explained by the MRO, and samples determined by the AFDTL to be either adulterated or not consistent with human urine.

5.3.2.3.9 The WDDRPM shall ensure members selected for testing remain at the testing site until her/his provides and adequate urine specimen (minimum of 30ml in one uninterrupted collection) and applicable documentation IAW paragraph 5.3.2.9.7 has been completed and secured IAW 90-507. If a member claims to be unable to provide a sample during the Command’s collection period (not to exceed 8hrs), the member shall be turned over to the Unit Commander and remain under observation at all times until a sample is provided. The WDDRPM shall notify SJA of any reported or suspected contamination or adulteration is suspected during the DDRP testing process within 30 minutes.

5.3.2.4 The WDDRPM shall ensure all DTPAMs are appointed and trained IAW AFMOA approved training material; a copy of the appointment letter shall be provided to the assigned COTR within 15 calendar days of appointment and training completion.

5.3.2.5 At a minimum, the WDDRPM shall ensure at least 1 DTPAM and 2 Observers (1 male and 1 female) are available to provide specimen collection, observation and packaging during scheduled testing day(s). Historically, DDRP testing requires 1 DTPAM and a minimum of 1 male and 1 female observer per 30 members selected for testing. (Note: The DTPAM and Observers will be Contractors as well; therefore, it is essential that the Contractor assign WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers at each testing location, to ensure adequate support is provided for all DDRP testing locations as shown in Exhibit 3.) WDDRPM shall serve in the role of the DTPAM if there are less than 30 specimens scheduled for collection; however, WDDRPM nor DTPAM shall serve as the Observer in addition to serving as a collector (WDDRPM/DTPAM) during the same testing period.

5.3.2.5.1 IAW AFI 90-507, the WDDRPM shall document and certify training for all appointed DTPAMs and Observers who participate in the installation’s DDR Program. Due to the uniqueness of the train-the-trainer requirement as outlined in paragraph 5.2, the Contractor shall ensure installation level certification and documentation of WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observer training is performed IAW AFI 90-507; re-training may be required for individuals whom are unable to meet the standard of her/his assigned DDRP role. COTR shall receive copies of all certificates of training for all individuals appointed to perform DDRPM, DTPAM or Observer duties.

5.3.2.6 The WDDRPM shall ensure Commanders and First Sergeants are trained on DDRP within 60 days of assumption of duty. Training must be documented via training sign-in sheet, and must be provided to the COTR. If the Installation or Unit Commander delegates their trusted agent authority, WDDRPMs shall ensure all Installation Trusted Agents are appointed and trained IAW AFI 90-507/AFI 90-508. Copies of the Trusted Agent appointment letter(s) shall be provided to the assigned COTR.

5.3.2.7 WDDRPM shall have ability to perform the various types for DDRP testing, to include but not limited to: Random (IR), Unit Sweeps (IU), Inspection Other (IO), Other (OO), Probable Cause (PO), Consent (VO), Commander Directed (CO), Rehab Testing (RO), Accession Testing (NO), Medical (MO) and other types of testing as listed in AFI 90-507 as required. Historically, over 90% of testing is conducted by Random (IR) selection. The other types of testing listed IAW AFI 90-507, may be requested on an ad hoc basis with Wing Commander and SJA approval. Note: Notification letters may need to be adjusted depending on the type of test and/or military or civilian status a member is in when her/his is scheduled to test. NGB/SGOH DDRP testing notification templates will be provided as part of the AFMOA approved training material.

5.3.2.8 The WDDRPM shall serve as the Installation Point of Contact (POC) for DDRP testing, results, MRO/Commander/SJA support for administrative actions as it relates to a DDRP test, and AFMOA lab verbal/document inquiries or requests. The WDDRPM shall have the ability to provide receipt and response to inquiries, document requests or provide DDRP testing information within 1 business day, during standard operating hours.

5.3.2.9 The WDDRPM will be an integral role of the ANG DDR Program. Her/his will serve as the Installation’s primary point of contact for DDRP testing procedures, testing results, metrics reporting, and prevention, education and outreach initiatives as developed by the DoD and/or NGB/SGOH office. Regional DDRPM support will be provided by the Government, and to support the assigned WDDRPM with any regulation questions, concerns or issues that may arise at the Installation level. Additional roles and responsibilities include but may not be limited to the following:

5.3.2.9.1 The WDDRPM shall generate DDRP reports, metrics and statistical analysis data from the DTP at the installation level. COTR will provide assistance with the generating reports, metrics, and statistical analysis.

5.3.2.9.2 The WDDRPM shall monitor monthly testing rate, untestable specimen rate, and make adjustments IAW Installation Command concurrence to meet monthly/FY DDRP testing benchmarks. Specimens collected shall not exceed 1% untestable as reported in the DTP by the AFMOA lab. For Installations that exceed the 1% untestable benchmark, the WDDRPM shall provide Untestable Specimen Action Plan to the COTR within 5 business days of the untestable DTP results reported for SG/SGOH approval/disapproval.

5.3.2.9.3 The WDDRPM shall support the Cross Functional Oversight Committee (CFOC) in-person meeting is conducted no less than annually. The CFOC will be chaired by the Installation Commander (WG/CC) or Vice Commander (CV); membership will include at a minimum, the Installation Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), Security Force (SF) Commander, Guard Medical Group Commander (GMU/CC) and DDRPM. Group/Squadron Commanders, First Sergeants, additional attendees may be required, as directed by the WG/CC. During the CFOC, the SJA will present the last annual inspection results of the DDR Program, and WDDRPM will present quarterly/annual DDRP metrics.

5.3.2.9.4 The WDDRPM shall review of the SJA inspection results and provide an annual notification that the installation SJA completed the annual inspection, and take corrective action as appropriate. WDDRPM shall communicate with the SJA on a regular (no less than monthly) basis to verify the status of open illicit or unauthorized prescription cases. In addition, the WDDRPM shall communicate with the MRO or GMU/CC no less than monthly to verify the status of open prescription positive cases. The latest status shall be documented/updated in the DTP and metrics will be reported to the Installation Commander as-requested, and reported at the CFOC meeting.

5.3.2.9.5 The WDDRPM shall provide DDRP metrics to the Installation CC and/or SJA no less than monthly via email. At a minimum the following metrics will be presented to the CFOC: monthly percentage of end-strength tested, monthly percentage of unique members tested, overall percentage tested (by FY), untestable specimen percentage (monthly percentage to include action plans, as applicable), number of open prescription positive cases pending MRO review, number of open illicit or unauthorized prescription cases pending Commander or SJA action. During the CFOC, the WDDRPM shall address any concerns or issues related to DDRP communication, members reporting for testing, specimen shipping, as well as, prevention, education, and outreach opportunities or initiatives as approved by the NGB/SGOH office.

5.3.2.9.6 NGB/SGOH develops prevention, education, and outreach material and initiatives (i.e. videos, pamphlets, etc.) and publishes to all ANG installations on an ad hoc basis. The WDDRPM shall communicate initiatives and implementation actions to the Installation Commander prior to implementation, to identify the best course of action for implementation at installation level. Note: some DDRP initiatives may be time sensitive (i.e. annual Red Ribbon week); the WDDRPM shall take consideration to NGB/SGOH requests, and communicate with assigned COTR for questions/concerns related to proposed suspense.

5.3.2.9.7 WDDRPM shall maintain original copies of all DDPR printed documents (i.e. signed notification letters, testing register, 2624, MFR, appointment letters, signed Observer briefings, etc.) in a secure storage provided by the Government for a minimum of 5yrs from the date of collection. Copies of these documents may be requested and shall sent via secure Government email by the WDDRPM to the Installation Commander, SJA, and/or COTR within 24hrs of the request, during standard operating hours.

5.3.2.9.8 At a minimum, WDDRPM shall ensure secure storage area must be maintained with access limited and controlled by AFI 90-507 procedures and the two layers of locks or other devices to prevent unauthorized access. The Government will provide storage space required for DDRP supplies, testing documents, prevention, education and outreach-related materials, and administrative office supplies.

5.3.2.9.9 If at any time the WDDRPM is unable or restricted from performing any of the assigned duties or responsibilities listed above, the Contractor shall notify the COR within 1 business day.

5.3.2.9.10 The WDDRPM shall deliver the collection of specimens to the Wing Traffic Management Office (TMO) for shipment to HQ Air Force Drug Testing Laboratory (AFMOA/SGBD), 2480 Ladd Street, Bldg. 3750, JBSA Lackland San Antonio, TX 78236-5310. Package must be shipped within two business days of collection date. Specimens not mailed within two business days will require a MFR explaining the reason for the delay. The MFR shall be forwarded to the servicing SJA, and a copy of the MFR shall be retained on file for 3 years.

5.3.2.9.11 The WDDRPM shall use chain of custody for collecting and transporting urine specimens, and completion of the DD Form 2624, specimen custody document – drug testing shall be in accordance with AFI 90-507 & AFI 90-508.

5.3.2.9.12 The WDDRPM shall utilize the Air Force Drug Testing Software, link , for generation and tracking metrics for all testing. Note: After contract award, Air Force Drug Testing Software training will be provided as part of the annual training as stated in paragraph 5.2.1.

5.3.2.9.13 The WDDRPM shall receive all urinalysis results via encrypted Government email from the DTP. The WDDRPM shall then forward the illicit positive results to the Wing Commander, Unit Commander, Staff Judge Advocate (SJA), and Security Forces Commander after initial receipt of positive notification within 1 business day. Prescription positives shall be reported to the appointed Medical Review Officer (MRO) within 1 business day of the positive notification.

5.3.2.9.14 The WDDRPM shall maintain all DDRP records IAW Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of IAW the Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS).

5.3.2.9.15 The WDDRPM shall maintain all items listed on the Annual DDRPM Checklist (template will be provided by the COR).

5.3.3 DTPAM Role and Responsibilities: The Contractor shall employ DTPAMs that adhere to the following AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508 requirements to ensure integrity and trustworthiness of the DDRP:

a. Individuals with no medical or mental health condition which will preclude her/him from responsibly performing her/his assigned duties as a DTPAM. Wing Commander and Guard Medical Unit (GMU) Commander will determine if a medical or mental health condition is subject to disqualification, on a case by case basis.
b. The Contractor shall provide documentation to the COR signed by the DTPAMs that certifies that her/him has no record of conviction for any offense or history of past misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, or drug abuse (including use, possession, or distribution). Provide within 15 calendar days of DTPAM employment start date.
c. No CAC required. Background investigation must be completed IAW paragraph 1.4.5.4 of this PWS. WDDRPM will serve as the sponsor base access on day(s) of testing.

5.3.3.1 The DTPAM shall ensures DDRP is conducted IAW the AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508, DoD requirements. The DTPAM shall support the WDDRPM with the drug testing collection, packaging, quality assurance and specimen shipment activities. DTPAM duties may include but are not limited to the following (as reference in the AFMOA approved training materials):

5.3.3.2 The DTPAM shall ensure that her/his is appointed and trained for their assigned role, and ensure a copy of the appointment letter is provided to the assigned WDDRPM. Provide within 15 calendar days of appointment by the Installation Commander to the position.

5.3.3.3 The DTPAM shall certify and sign a statement certifying, no record of conviction for any offense or history of past misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, or drug abuse (including use, possession, or distribution) and no medical or mental health condition which will preclude them from responsibility performing their assigned duties as DTPAMs.

5.3.3.4 The DTPAM shall ensures specimens are collected, packaged, and shipped/transported to the AFMOA drug testing laboratory according to the forensic requirements as outlined IAW AFI 90-507 and 90-508, and any supplemental guidance established by AFMOA. AFI 90-507, dated 22 September 2014, Attachment 3, provides a sample checklist, which shall be used at the collection site. Review AFI 90-508, dated 28 August 2014, for civilian drug testing site requirements; Attachment 10 provides a general description of DDRP collection duties.

5.3.3.5 The DTPAM shall provide support to the WDDRPM for DDRP notifications for specimen collection administered to trusted agents, (e.g. Commanders, First Sergeants) by confidential means. In conjunction with the WDDRPM, the DTPAM shall acknowledge the rate of untestable specimens and take appropriate action to attain less than 1% of specimens are untestable. The DTPAM shall communicate discrepancies to the WDDRPM and proposed resolutions to reduce the number of untestable discrepancies to the WDDRPM and COTR.

5.3.3.6 The DTPAM shall ensure DDRP is conducted IAW the AFI 90-507, AFI 90-508 and, DoD requirements, and the AFMOA training standards. DTPAM shall safeguard any sensitive medical information that testing may generate IAW AFI 33-332, and submit all printed or hard copy DDRP testing or related documents to the WDDRPM.

5.3.3.7 The DTPAM role is a critical component of establishing and ensuring specimen collection chain of custody procedures are followed, documented IAW AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508 standards. Any/all deviations from established DDRP testing procedure (i.e. suspected adulteration of specimen, refusal to test, etc.) shall be reported to the WDDRPM within 15 minutes and documented on a MFR within the same business day of the collection. Copies of all MFR shall be provided to the WDDRPM and COTR within the same business day of any/all deviations from DDRP testing procedures.

5.3.3.8 The DTPAM duties are primarily focused on the DDRP collection process and scheduled testing day activities, DTP access is not required. Administrative management correspondence, DDRP supply management and specimen/supply storage is the responsibility of the assigned WDDRPM.

5.3.3.9 If at any time the DTPAM is unable or restricted from performing any of the assigned duties or responsibilities listed above, the WDDRPM, DTPAM or Contractor must notify the COR 5 business days prior to the scheduled date of testing.

5.3.4 Observer Role and Responsibilities: The Contractor shall only employ Observers that adhere to the following AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508 requirements to ensure integrity and trustworthiness of the DDRP:

a. Individuals with no medical or mental health condition which will preclude her/his from responsibly performing his or her assigned duties as an Observer. Wing Commander and Guard Medical Unit (GMU) Commander will determine if a medical or mental health condition is subject to disqualification, on a case by case basis.
b. The Contractor shall provide documentation to the COR signed by the Observers that certifies that her/his has no record of conviction for any offense or history of past misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, or drug abuse (including use, possession, or distribution). Provide list of Observers within 5 business days prior to testing.
c. No CAC required. Background investigation must be completed IAW paragraph 1.4.5.4 of this PWS. WDDRPM will serve as the sponsor base access on day(s) of testing.

5.3.4.1 The Observer shall ensure the DDRP is conducted IAW the AFI 90-507 and AFI 90-508, DoD requirements. The Observer shall support the WDDRPM and DTPAM with the drug testing collection process. Observer duties may include but are not limited to the following (as reference in the AFMOA approved training materials):

5.3.4.2 The Observer shall be trained in the form of a briefing by the WDDRPM or DTPAM prior to the testing collection on the day of testing. This briefing remains current for the observer for a maximum of five calendar days, after which the briefing shall be re-accomplished. The Observer briefing will consist of a verbal explanation as well as a written statement signed and dated by the Observer acknowledging their acceptance and understanding of their responsibilities and the consequences of their actions for not performing their duties IAW established guidelines. (See AFI 90-507, Attachment 4 and AFI 90-508, Attachment 9)

5.3.4.3 For Military personnel, the observer shall maintain visual contact of the collection container at all times, until the donor hands the container to the DTPAM “collector” for. Civilians will require an escort, whom shall inspect the toilet bowl after each collection to validate bluing agent is intact. The Observer shall be required to sign/initial official drug testing documents, and report all refusals to provide a specimen, potential adulteration or suspicious activities during the observation process to the designated WDDRPM and/or DTPAM at the time that the incident occurs. The observer shall never touch or handle collection container unless the DTPAM “collector” is serving as observer. Reference para. 5.3.2.5. for WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observe role requirements.

5.3.4.4 The Observer shall defer all questions related to civilian testing observation requirements to the appointed WDDRPM. Note: IAW AFI 90-508, direct observation for a civilian is ONLY required when the individual is being tested due to reasonable suspicion testing; accident or safety mishap testing; rehabilitation testing following a laboratory verified/validated result; the facts and circumstances suggest that the individual is an illicit drug user; facts and circumstances suggest that the individual is under the influence of drugs at the time of the test; the individual has previously been found by the agency to be an illicit drug user; facts and circumstances suggest that the individual has equipment or implements capable of tampering with or altering urine samples; the individual has previously tampered with a sample; or, the temperature of the urine specimen is outside the acceptable range as established by HHS.

5.3.5 The Contractor shall conduct Current State Analysis of all ANG Wing locations listed in Exhibit 3 to implement the specimen collection and packaging process by using the Drug Testing Report Requirements/Drug Testing Metrics: Each WDDRPM shall use monthly testing metrics to monitor performance of the military drug testing program. These metrics shall be provided to the appropriate Installation or Wing Commander (on a quarterly basis (Provide a report by the 15th day of the month of each quarter Dec, Mar, Jun, Sep). Demographic data for metrics (obtained from the drug testing laboratory, Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) or higher headquarters) shall be made available upon request through the MAJCOM (RDDRPM/COTR) to the Air Force Drug Testing Program Manager (NGB/SGOH).

5.3.5.1 Each Installation Commander shall determine what performance metrics are required. The complete list of reportable metrics are as follows:

a. Number of testing days per each month during the quarter.
b. Number of individuals selected for testing per each month during the quarter.
c. Number of individuals selected that were actually tested per each month during the quarter.
d. Number of individuals selected and notified for testing but failed to show without justification (No-Show).
e. Number of individuals identified as No Contact by the Trusted Agents. (No Contact means the trusted agent diligently attempted to contact the selected individual, without success, and the individual was not on leave, pass, TDY, quarters, flying status, crew-rest, missile duty, or non-duty status).
f. Number reporting to the testing facility outside the two-hour window of notification.
g. Percentage of specimens deemed untestable by the drug testing laboratory per each month during the quarter.
h. Number of individuals tested positive by individual drug category (THC, COC, AMP, and any other drugs listed by DoD).
i. Any data describing special testing and/or steroid testing. Collection percentage rate toward annual collection target (100% end-strength).

5.3.5.2 Each WDDRPM shall work with Installation Commander and SJA to establish metric reporting requirement and procedures. Metrics reporting and templates are provided as part of the AFMOA training material. Additional RDDRPM/COTR assistance is available to assist or guide WDDRPM on how to generate Installation metrics and reporting requirements.

5.3.6 The Drug Demand Reduction Program Specimen Collection Services shall be implemented in four phases as stated below.

5.3.7 Phase I – Implementation Strategy: The Contractor shall develop and provide Implementation Strategy (format may be determined by Contractor) with detailed and documented explanation for implementation of phases II-IV to the COR and NGB/SG for approval within 60 calendar days of contract award. The Contractor shall not be approved to proceed to Phase II until Phase I approval is complete and accepted by the COR and NGB/SG.

5.3.7.1 The Contractor’s strategy shall adhere to all requirements of AFI 90-507, Military Drug Demand Reduction Program and AFI 90-508, Air Force Civilian Drug Demand Reduction Program.

5.3.7.2 The Contractor shall report to the COR or NGB/SG office any questions or concerns related to access (physical or network), security or the process of safeguarding DDRP specimens.

5.3.8 Phase II – Pilot Test: The Contractor shall be responsible for providing the on-site management and a team of qualified WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers to implement a Pilot Test program (at 16 ANG Wings TBD after contract award) for on-site management, specimen collection and packaging process for the ANG IAW 90-507 and AFI 90-508, using the solution developed and approved under Phase I Implementation Strategy of this requirement. Phase II shall be completed within 4 months of completion of Phase I strategy acceptance.

5.3.8.1 The contractor shall adhere to the Strategy as developed in Phase I (hereafter referred to as “the Plan”), and this Plan is considered as Government Furnished Information (GFI). The Contractor shall implement all of its provisions. Refinements to the Plan shall occur as needed with the approval of the COR and NGB/SG.

5.3.8.2 Phase II completion will be confirmed by COR once Phase I strategy has been fully implemented at 16 ANG Wings.

5.3.9 Phase III – Full Implementation Phase. The Contractor shall provide a team of qualified WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers to implement a full (national) implementation of specimen collection and packaging process in the ANG for the remaining states and U.S. Territories listed in exhibit 3.

5.3.9.1 The Contractor shall continue the Plan established by Phase I Implementation Strategy. Refinements to the Plan occur as needed with the approval of the COR.

5.3.9.2 The Contractor shall conduct ongoing evaluations to verify on-site management, specimen collection and packaging process for accuracy on a quarterly basis and provide equipment and manpower required to effectively and efficiently conduct the evaluations.

5.3.9.3 The Contractor shall notify the COR/COTR of Regularly Scheduled Drill (RSD) events, scheduled conflict and provide support to meet the full implementation strategy of Phase III.

5.3.9.4 The contractor shall complete Phase III within 9 months of Phase II completion.

5.3.9.5. Phase III completion will be confirmed once full national implementation has been certified by the COR.

5.3.10 Phase IV – Sustainment. The Contractor shall provide a team of qualified WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers to maintain the on-site management, specimen collection, packaging process and positive urinalysis notification for all Wings assigned to the ANG according to the Plan established and approved at the end of Phase I. This sustainment is on-going after Phase III completion. Refinements to the Plan occur as needed with approval of the COR. At a minimum, annual refresher training shall be provided to the Contractor by the Government, as reference in paragraph 5.2.1; refresher training will include AFMOA program updates, to include any updated or revised AFI or DoDI guidance.

5.3.10.1 AFI and DoDI are subject to change; latest versions can be found electronically on the e-publication website, Contractor must adhere to the latest AFI/DoDI regulations.

5.3.11 After Action Report. The Contractor shall provide an After Action Report/board summary at the end of each quarter provided on the 15th day of the month each quarter Dec, Mar, Jun & Sep (template will be provided by the COR) with recommendation for improvements and any limitations.

5.4 Contractor Manpower Reporting Application (CMRA):

5.4.1 The Contractor shall report ALL contractor labor hours (including subcontractor labor hours) required for performance of services provided under this contract for the National Guard Bureau “FFDM10” via a secure data collection site.

5.4.2 The Contractor shall completely fill in all required data fields using the following web address: Reporting inputs shall be for the labor executed during the period of performance during each Government FY, which runs October 1 through September 30. While inputs may be reported any time during the FY, all data shall be reported no later than October 31 of each calendar year, beginning with 2013. Contractors may direct questions to the help desk at

6.0 Applicable Publications. Publications applicable to this PWS are listed below:

Publication (Chapter/Page) Mandatory or Advisory Website
AFMAN 33-152,
User Responsibilities and Guidance for Information Systems Mandatory

AFI 10-701
Operations Security Mandatory

Air Force Instruction 31-
601, Industrial Security Program Management Advisory

AFPD 33-2
Information Assurance Program Mandatory

AFI 33-332
Air Force Privacy and Civil Liberties Program Mandatory

AFI 90-507
Military Drug Demand Reduction Program Mandatory

AFI 90-508
Air Force Civilian Drug Demand Reduction Program Mandatory
AFM 33-282
Computer Security Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
AFMAN 33-363
Management of Records Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
AFPD 16-14
Security Enterprise Governance Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
DFARS 224.103
Department of Defense Privacy Program Mandatory
DFARS 252.239.7001 Mandatory
DoD 5200.2-R,
Department of Defense Personnel Security Program Mandatory

DoD 8570.01-M
Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program

Mandatory

DoDD 5200.28
Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
DoD 5220.22-R,
Industrial Security Regulation; Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
DoD 5400.11-R
Department of Defense Privacy Program Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
DoDD 8570.01
Information Assurance Training Certification, and Workforce Management Mandatory publishing.af.mil/
DoD 8570.01-M
Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program Mandatory

DoDI 5200.46,
DoD Investigative and Adjudicative Guidance for Issuing the Common Access Card (CAC) Mandatory

DoDM 1000.13, V1, DoD
Identification (ID) Cards: ID Card Life Cycle Mandatory

Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 201-
2, Personal Identity Verification (PIV) of Federal Employees and Contractors Mandatory

FAR Subpart 9.5 OCI
Mandatory
FAR 22.17
Combating Trafficking in Persons Mandatory
FAR 42.5 Postaward Orientation Mandatory
FAR 52.204-9,
“Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel Mandatory

TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 1

Performance Requirements Summary (PRS)

This PRS includes performance standards. The Government will use these standards to determine contractor performance and will compare contractor performance to the Acceptable Quality Level (AQL).

 PWS Paragraph Task Performance Standard Acceptable Quality Levels (AQL) Surveillance Method / By Whom

 5.1.1 Provide on-site DDR Program management of DDRP testing to ensure quality control of specimen collection, packaging, and shipment.
Specimens must be shipped within two business days of the collection date or an MFR must be accomplished and on file No more than two of the MRS shall be missing from the testing documentation Random Inspection conducted by the COTR/COR or DTP Reports

5.3.2.3.4 Maintains levels and frequency of DDRP testing is administered IAW AFI 90-507, AFI 90-508 and NGB/SGOH guidance. MFR must be generated with SJA signature for all cancelled test(s) or month(s) which testing is not conducted as determined by the Installation CC. No more than one of the MFRs shall be missing from the testing documentation. Monthly Inspection conducted by the COTR/COR or DTP Reports

 5.3.2.4 WDDRPM shall maintain appointment letters and documented training for their role as a WDDRPM, all appointed DTPAMs, Observers, and Trusted Agents. Documented appointment letters and training shall be maintained within the Continuity Binder and electronically on CarePoint. No more than two of the documented Continuity Binder files shall be missing from electronic files. Quarterly inspection conducted by the COTR/COR

 5.3.2.3.1 WDDRPM shall maintain access to the Drug Testing Portal (DTP) at all times Required to log-in at least once every 60 days to maintain access No more than 2 lock-outs per WDDRPM within the contract term. Random Inspection or as reported to the COTR/COR

 5.3.2.8 WDDRPM, DTPAM and/or Observer shall be available to communicate with the COR, COTR, and Installation leadership (CC or SJA) concerning DDRP positive test results or specimens that involve reported contamination or adulteration. WDDRPM, DTPAM and/or Observer shall communicate with COR, COTR, and Installation leadership (CC or SJA) when requested Response shall not exceed 1 business day of request for contact/information as it related to illicit or prescription positive case inquiries. Monitored by COTR/COR through DTP reports or Individual reports

 5.3.2.9 WDDRPM shall serve as the DDR Program assessor for internal/external inspections or audits to ensure the DDRP program is managed IAW AFI 90-507 and 90-508 standards. Perform as a DDRP assessor during inspections or audits as necessary No more than 2 findings shall be identified by the Installation IG office or external audit agency. Annual review of MICT and SJA checklists will be conducted by the COTR/COR

  5.3.2.3.7

Verify the GMU/CC appoints a Primary and Alternate Medical Review Officer (MRO) and documented appointment letter, HIPAA certificate, and AFMOA MRO training certificate are maintained in Continuity Binder and on CarePoint. Documentation for MRO shall be maintained as identified Notifies NGB COTR/COR within 1 business day if there is a laps in obtaining the MRO appointment letter, HIPAA or training certificate. NOTE: HIPAA training is an annual training requirement. Monitored by COTR/COR

 5.3.2.9.14 WDDRPM maintains all DDRP testing records IAW (AFMAN) 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of IAW the Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS). Maintain all DDRP documentation per AFMAN 33-363 and disposal per AFRIMS Proper maintenance and disposition of official records, to include DDRP testing, records is a federal law. Adherence of applicable federal records management guidelines is mandatory. Contact Base Records Management Office prior to disposing of DDRP records. Random Inspection conducted by COTR/COR or Base Records Manager.

5.3.1.1 The Contractor shall provide an After Action Report/board summary at the end of each quarter (template will be provided by the COR) with recommendation for improvements and any limitations.
Completed quarterly After Action Report/board summary No more than one per After Action Report/board summary report shall be missing at the installation or national level. The purpose of this report is to ensure the Government and Contractor are meeting the intent and expectations outline in this PWS. Reviewed quarterly by the COR.

 5.3.2.9.15 The WDDRPM shall maintain all items listed on the Annual DDRPM Checklist (template will be provided by the COR). Annual DDRPM Checklist shall be completed annually No more than 2 items shall be identified as non-compliant IAW Annual DDRP Checklist Reviewed annually by the COTR/COR

TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2

Deliverables Schedule

PWS Reference / Deliverable Title Frequency Number of Copies Medium/Format Submit To
1.4.5.6 Information Assurance (IA)/Information Technology (IT) Training Provide baseline certification upon contract award 1 Electronic Submission KO
1.4.5.7 Information Awareness Provide within 15 days of the start of the contract performance 1 Electronic Submission COR
1.4.5.9 Operations Security (OPSEC) Training Provide within 90 days of employee’s initial assignment to the contract 1 Electronic Submission COR
1.4.5.10 OPSEC SOP/Plan Provide developed plan within 90 calendar days of contract award 1 Electronic Submission COR
1.4.9 Contract Manager (CM) Provide the designated CM within the Implementation Strategy 1 Electronic Submission COR
1.4.10 Identification of Contractor Employees The contractor shall have badges for all employees within the start of their employment and returned to the COR within 14 days of an employee’s departure. 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.2.2 The contractor shall provide proof of certification that all WDDRPM, DTPAM and Observers have been trained. Provide within 5 days of training 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.3.2(b) Contractor to provide WDDRPM statement signed/certifying no criminal history Provide within 15 days of WDDRPM employment start date 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.3.2.3.4 WDDRPM shall provide notification that DTPAM and Observers were requested from the Contractor for Unit testing Provide same day copy of notification to Contractor from WDDRPM requesting DTPAM and Observers 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.2.9.2 Untestable Specimen Action Plan Provide when installation untestable level exceed 1% 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.2.9.3 Provide notification that the installation CFOC is accomplished Provide an annual notification that the installation CFOC is completed 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.2.9.4 Provide notification that the installation SJA annual inspection was completed Provide an annual notification that the installation SJA completed the annual inspection 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.3(b) Contractor to provide DTPAM statement signed/certifying no criminal history Provide within 15 days of DTPAM employment start date 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.4(b) Contractor to provide Observer statement signed/certifying no criminal history Provide within 15 days of Observer employment start date 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.5 Conduct Current State Analysis by using the Drug Testing Report Requirements/Drug Testing Metrics Provide a report by the 15th day of the month of each quarter (Dec, Mar, Jun, Sep) 1 Electronic COTR
5.3.7 Phase 1, Implementation Strategy Provide completed strategy within 60 days of award of contract 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.3.8 Phase II – Pilot Test Provide completed within 4 months of completion of Phase I strategy acceptance 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.3.9 Phase III – Full Implementation Phase Completed within 9 months of Phase II completion 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.3.9.2 The contractor shall conduct ongoing evaluations to verify on-site management, specimen collection and packaging process for accuracy on a quarterly basis and provide equipment and manpower required to effectively and efficiently conduct the evaluations Provide quarterly 1 Electronic Submission COR/COTR
5.3.10 Phase IV – Sustainment On-going after Phase III completion 1 N/A COR
5.3.11 After Action Report Provide on the 15th day of the month each quarter (Dec, Mar, Jun, Sep) 1 Electronic Submission COR
5.4.2 Contractor Manpower Reporting Application (CMRA) Report no later than October 31 of each calendar year. 1 Electronic Submission

TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 3

ANG Wing Locations & Estimated Specimen Collection Data
G-Codes with an “*” shall require an on-site manager
Additional GSU locations will not require an on-site manager but will require testing staff

(This information is provided for historical background only. It is not a guarantee of workload quantities.)

G-Code UNIT NAME STATE ADDRESS CITY, STATE Estimated Specimen Collection
G432* 101 MDG ME 109 Pesch Circle Bangor ME 04401-3066 1200
G435* 102 MDG MA 149 Granville Ave Otis ANGB, MA 02542-1319 1200
G413* 103 MDG CT 100 Nicholson Rd E Granby CT 06026-5000 1100
G436* 104 MDG MA 175 Falcon Dr Barnes ANGB Westfield MA 01085-1482 1100
G458* 105 MDG NY 1 Maguire Way Stewart ANGB Newburgh NY 12550-5075 1500
G457* 106 MDG NY Francis S Gabreski Airport, 150 Riverhead Rd W Hampton Beach NY 11978 1200
G454* 107 MDG NY 9905 Blewett Ave Niagara Falls NY 14304-6003 700
G451* 108 MDG NJ 3466 Neely Rd McGuire AFB NJ 08641-5406 1300
G455* 109 MDG NY 1 Air National Guard Rd Scotia NY 12302-9752 1300
G437* 110 MDG MI 75 Phantom Ave Battle Creek MI 49037-5567 1000
G472* 111 MDG PA 1120 Fairchild St Horsham PA 19044-5236 1000
G415* 113 MDG DC 3282 E Perimeter Rd AAFB MD 20762-5011 1300
G476* 114 MDG SD 1201 W Algonquin Sioux Falls SD 57104-0264 1100
G489* 115 MDG WI 3110 Mitchell St Madison WI 53704-2591 1300
G417* 116 MDG GA 515 Borghese Drive Robins AFB, GA 31098-1600 1500
G401* 117 MDG AL 5401 East Lake Blvd Birmingham AL 35217-3545 1100
G478* 118 MDG TN 240 Knapp Blvd Nashville TN 37217-2556 1300
G460* 119 MDG ND 1400 32nd Ave N Fargo ND 58102-1051 1000
G446* 120 MDG MT 2800 Airport Ave B Great Falls MT 59404-5570 1100
G462* 121 MDG OH 7370 Minuteman Way Columbus OH 43217-1161 1400
G424* 122 MDG IN 3005 Ferguson Rd Ft Wayne IAP IN 46809-0122 1100
G430* 123 MDG KY 1101 Grade Lane Louisville KY 40213-2660 1300
G420* 124 MDG ID 4474 S. Dehaviland St. Boise, Idaho 83705-8103 1200
G416* 125 MDG FL 14300 Fang Dr, Bldg 1003 Jacksonville FL 32218-7933 1000
G421* 126 MDG IL 310 W Losey St Scott AFB, IL 62225-5250 900
G438* 127 MDG MI 43401 N Jefferson Ave Selfridge ANGB MI 48045-5266 1600
G490* 128 MDG WI 1723 E Grange Ave Milwaukee WI 53207-6134 1000
G409* 129 MDG CA 650 Macon Rd Moffett FAF, CA 94035-0103 1100
G487* 130 MDG WV 1679 Coonskin Dr Charleston WV 25311-1023 1300
G445* 131 MDG MO 331 Sijan Whitman AFB, MO 65305 1100
G426* 132 MDG IA 3100 McKinley Ave Des Moines IA 50321-2799 900
G441* 133 MDG MN 642 Hercules Ave St Paul MN 55111-4102 1300
G479* 134 MDG TN 420 Post Ave McGhee Tyson ANGB TN 37777-6206 1300
G480* 136 MDG TX 1740 Eisenhower Ave Ft Worth TX 76127-1138 1200
G466* 137 MDG OK 5600 Air Guard Dr Will Rogers ANGB OK 73179-1090 1200
G467* 138 MDG OK 9100 East 46th Street North Tulsa OK 74115-1014 1300
G444* 139 MDG MO 705 Memorial Dr St Joseph MO 64503-9307 1200
G412* 140 MDG CO 275 S Aspen Street Buckley AFB, CO 80011-9507 1300
G505 140 WG (GSU) CO 2605 East 8th St, Bldg 100 Greeley, CO 80631 400
G486* 141 MDG WA 12 S Grant St Fairchild AFB WA 99011-9500 1100
G468* 142 MDG OR 6801 NE Cornfoot Rd Portland OR 97218-2743 1500
G474* 143 MDG RI 1 Hercules Drive North Kingstown RI 02852-7502 1000
G408* 144 MDG CA 5323 E McKinley Ave Fresno CA 93727-2199 1300
G459* 145 MDG NC 4930 Minuteman Way Charlotte NC 28208-3866 1200
G411* 146 MDG CA 107 Mulcahey Dr, Bldg 107 Port Hueneme CA 93041-4013 1300
G481* 147 MDG TX 14657 Sneider St Houston TX 77034-5582 1200
G440* 148 MDG MN 4680 Viper St Duluth MN 55811-6033 1100
G482* 149 MDG TX 110 Hensley St. Suite 1 Lackland AFB TX 78236-0102 1200
G453* 150 MDG NM 2251 Air Guard Rd SE Kirtland AFB NM 87117-5875 1100
G483* 151 MDG UT 765 N 2200 W Salt Lake City UT 84116-2999 1600
G448* 152 MDG NV 1776 National Guard Way Reno NV 89502-4415 1200
G491* 153 MDG WY 217 Dell Range Blvd Cheyenne WY 82009-4799 1300
G498* 154 MDG HI 360 Harbor Dr Hickam AFB HI 96853-5517 1800
G447* 155 MDG NE 2411 W Butler Ave Lincoln NE 68524-1897 1100
G473* 156 MDG PR 200 Jose A Santana Ave Carolina PR 00979-1514 1300
G449* 157 MDG NH 302 New Market St Pease ANGB NH 03803-0157 1200
G484* 158 MDG VT 10 Falcon St S Burlington VT 05403-5864 1100
G431* 159 MDG LA NAS JRB 400 Russell Ave New Orleans LA 70143-5077 1300
G404* 161 MDG AZ 3200 E Old Tower Rd Phoenix AZ 85034-7263 900
G405* 162 MDG AZ 1670 E Perimeter Way Tucson AZ 85706-6085 1800
G410* 163 MDG CA 1485 Graeber St Bldg 2300 March Field CA 92518-1717 1000
G477* 164 MDG TN 4607 Galaxy Dr Memphis TN 38118-7101 1100
G418* 165 MDG GA 1401 Robert B Miller Jr Dr Garden City GA 31408-9001 1500
G414* 166 MDG DE 2600 Spruance Dr Corporate Commons New Castle DE 19720-1615 1200
G488* 167 MDG WV 222 Sabre Jet Blvd Martinsburg WV 25405-7704 1100
G494* 168 MDG AK 2680 Flightline Ave EAFB AK 99702-1730 700
G475* 169 MDG SC 1325 S Carolina Rd Ste 11 Eastover SC 29044-5011 1500
G471* 171 MDG PA 300 Tanker Rd Coraopolis PA 15108-4225 1400
G442* 172 MDG MS 141 Military Dr # 13 Jackson MS 39232-8876 1300
G509 172 AW (GSU) MS 4715 Hewes Ave Gulfport, MS 39507 400
G496* 173 MDG OR 211 Arnold Ave, Ste 15 Klamath Falls, OR 97603-2111 1000
G456* 174 MDG NY 6001 E Molloy Rd Syracuse NY 13211-2100 1300
G500 174 ATKW (GSU) NY 366 Otis Street Rome, NY 13441 500
G434* 175 MDG MD 2701 Eastern Blvd Baltimore MD 21220-2899 1400
G403* 176 MDG AK 6973 Zuckert Avenue Elmendorf AFB, AK 99506 1500
G450* 177 MDG NJ 400 Langley Rd Egg Harbor Twp NJ 08232-9500 1300
G464* 178 MDG OH 5215 Fontaine Lane Springfield OH 45502-8789 1200
G461* 179 MDG OH 1947 Harrington Memorial Rd Mansfield OH 44903-8049 1500
G465* 180 MDG OH 2660 S Eber Rd Swanton OH 43558-9645 1100
G425* 181 MDG IN 888 E Vanatti Cir Terre Haute IN 47803-5020 1000
G422* 182 MDG IL 2416 South Falcon Blvd Peoria IL 61607-5004 1400
G423* 183 MDG IL 3101 J David Jones Pkwy Springfield IL 62707-8571 1000
G429* 184 MDG KS 53030 Jayhawk Dr Bldg 35 McConnell AFB KS 67221-9009 1200
G427* 185 MDG IA 2920 Headquarters Ave Sioux City IA 51111-1300 1000
G443* 186 MDG MS 6225 M St Bldg 710 Meridian MS 39307-7112 1200
G402* 187 MDG AL 5187 Selma Hwy Montgomery AL 36108-4824 1300
G406* 188 MDG AR 4850 Leigh Ave Ft Smith AR 72903-6018 900
G407* 189 MDG AR 101 CMS Williams Dr. Little Rock AFB AR 72099-4802 1100
G428* 190 MDG KS 5920 SE Coyote Dr Topeka KS 66619-1429 1000
G485* 192 MDG VA 159 Sweeney Blvd, Bldg 764 Langley AFB VA 23665-2080 1300
G469* 193 MDG PA 81 Constellation Ct Middletown PA 17057-5086 1400
G492* 194 MDG WA 109 Engineer Drive Camp Murray WA 98430-1003 1100
G507* 195 AW CA 5801 C Street, Bldg 2145 Beale AFB, CA 95903-1517 1100
G497* 254 ABG GU Bonnis Blvd, Bldg 21015 Yigo, GU 96929 500
*Note: G-Code assignment and estimated specimen collection number are subject to change.

 

 

 

 

 

Response Date:
010219

Sol Number:
W9133L-19-R-0001