Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United States
Physical Security/Access Control Systems (PS/AC) Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC)
Department of the Navy
Naval Facilities and Expeditionary Warfare Center
1000 23rd AVE Port Hueneme CA 93043-4301
Melissa Izarelli, Contract Specialist, Phone 8059825605, Email email@example.com – William J. Hepler, Division Director ACQ72, Phone 8059823872, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The planned acquisition is for a Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) for Physical Security/Access Control (PS/AC) system construction at various locations worldwide. NAVFAC Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center has been tasked by the NAVFAC Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program to develop, solicit, award and administer a contract for construction and engineering related services for PS/AC systems and facilities at various locations worldwide. The purpose of this PS/AC MACC is to provide design, procurement, integration, installation, technology refreshment, testing, and initial training for PS/AC systems to include hardware, firmware and associated software at Navy shore installations worldwide, including joint bases assigned to the Navy. The types of PS/AC systems covered in this contract include Automated Vehicle Gates, Automated Pedestrian Turnstiles, Enclaves, Final Denial Barriers, Electronic Security Systems-Intrusion Detection Systems and Physical Security Information Management systems. The work meets the definition of construction in FAR section 2.101. The majority of the work meets the definition of construction in OPNAVINST 11010.20H, Chapter 3, Paragraph 2(a)(1). The acquisition strategy is to procure a MACC using a 100% small business set-aside utilizing the source selection process described in FAR Part 15. This will be an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) type contract with firm fixed price task orders. Award is planned to approximately three to five firms. There will be a ordering period of 60 months plus one-6 month option ordering periods. The cumulative not to exceed amount of this procurement is $99,000,000 for a maximum contract ordering period of 66 months.