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1 U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command AMCOM GEO Huntsville August 14, 2013U.S. Army Aviation and MissileLife Cycle Management Command AMCOMMARY BIRDSONGDeputy Associate Director, Office Of Small Business Programs
2 AMCOM OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (OSBP) UNCLASSIFIEDAMCOM OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (OSBP)U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command (AMCOM)Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)LOCATION: Sparkman Center, Bldg 5303,Rm 3135, Redstone Arsenal, ALPHONE: (256)Provide World Class Aviation and Missile Support to the Joint Warfighter and our Nation’s Multinational Warfighter Partners Today and in the FutureRight Force…Right Readiness…Right Costs…AMCOM Activities:Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (ATTD), Ft. Eustis, VACorpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), Corpus Christi, TXLetterkenny Army Depot (LEAD), Chambersburg, PAUNCLASSIFIED
3 UNCLASSIFIEDAMCOM MissionProvide World Class Aviation and Missile Support to the Joint Warfighter and our Nation’s Multinational Warfighter Partners Today and in the FutureRight Force…Right Readiness…Right Costs…AMCOM Activities:Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (ATTD), Ft. Eustis, VACorpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), Corpus Christi, TXLetterkenny Army Depot (LEAD), Chambersburg, PAUNCLASSIFIED
4 Small Business Programs UNCLASSIFIEDSmall Business ProgramsVISION:Achieving optimum small business participation by seeking small business solutions firstMissionEnsure that a fair portion of contract awards is placed with small business enterprisesCONTRACTS FOR:Weapon systems and equipmentResearch & DevelopmentSpare partsMaintenanceOther services (eg. IT, Engineering Support, Logistics, etc.)Our small business mission is all about ensuring companies like yours are fully considered for participation in our acquisition programs by assuring a fair and equitable distribution of opportunities.Ultimately, by seeking small business solutions first, AMC will achieve it’s vision of accomplishing greater small business participation and becoming the premier advocate for the Small Business Program within DoD.Small Business is a key element to both AMC’s and AMCOM’s future plans and our ability to perform our mission.
5 AMC SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM Public Law / Small Business Act Of 1958“ It is the declared policy of the Congress that theGovernment should aid, counsel, assist, and protectinsofar as is possible the interests of small businessconcerns in order to preserve free competitiveenterprise, to ensure that a fair proportion of thetotal purchases and contracts for supplies and servicesfor the Government be placed with small businessenterprises, and to maintain and strengthen theoverall economy of the nation.”Section 201Small Business Act Of 1958
6 SET-ASIDE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE F&OCSBSAPARITYHUBZone8(a)WOSBSDVOSBSB / VOSB / HBCU/MSI
7 Office of Small Business Programs Functions Serves As Principal Advisor To The Commander And Team Redstone Regarding Small Business Issues.Assists All Businesses On Government Contracting Matters, Including Changes To The Procurement System.Advises And Assists Contracting, Technical And Program Managers To Increase Use Of Small Business, SDB, SDVOSB, WOSB, HUBZone, and HBCU/MSI Participants.
8 Office of Small Business Programs Functions (Cont’d) Reviews All Procurement Packages Including Those Restricted For Exclusive Small Business Participation.Monitors Small Business Performance (Targets).Reports Small Business Program Awards To Higher Headquarters.
9 OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS FUNCTIONS (Cont’d) Reviews Subcontracting Plans, Acquisition Plans, Etc.Serves As An Advocate For Small Business Firms.Maintains An Outreach Program To Locate And Develop Small Business Firms.
10 OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS FUNCTIONS (Cont’d) Provides Small Business Technical Advisory Support To The Small Business Administration (SBA) Procurement Center Representative (PCR).Serves As The Liaison With SBA and SBA-PCR.Office of Small Business Programs IsNOTSBA
11 SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS 3Q FY 13 (1 Oct thru 30 Jun 13)AMCOM TARGETS Performance TargetTotal Awards To U.S. Businesses $10.07BTotal Small Business % $1.07B %Small Disadvantaged Businesses % $502M %HUBZone % $ 20.3M %Women-Owned Small Business % $169.5M %Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned % $55.6M %Small Business
12 SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMPRIME GOALS – FY 13Small Business (SB) – 22.5%Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – 5%Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) – 5%HUBZone Small Business – 3%Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – 3%
13 SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMSUBCONTRACTING GOALS – FY 13Small Business (SB) – 36.7%Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – 5%Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) – 5%HUBZone Small Business – 3%Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – 3%
14 BLACKHAWK JAVELIN UGV APACHE UAV WHAT AMCOM BUYSAviation and Missile Weapons Systems and the supporting equipment required to operate them.Repair, overhaul, test and modernization of the Army’s Aviation and Missile Systems.Training and education of soldiers using these weapons systems.BLACKHAWKJAVELINUGVAPACHEUAV
15 MLRS CHINOOK AVENGER WHAT AMCOM BUYS Services for system integration, engineering services, base support, technical assistance/operations support, flight services, maintenance and overhaul of helicopter subassemblies, hydraulic pumps, manifold assemblies, and others.MLRSCHINOOKAVENGER
16 HELPFUL TIPS Pursue simplified acquisitions (under $150K). Be ready to accept Government VISA or MC card.Respond to Sources Sought.Follow the directions--address specific information requested.Do not submit general capability statements.Build subcontracting/teaming arrangements with existing prime contractors.Lean your processes.
17 Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) https://www.armysbir.army.mil/13.1 Solicitation Pre-Release:26 July 2013 – 25 August 2013 13.1 Solicitation Opens: 26 August 2013 13.1 Solicitation Closes: 25 September 2013
18 Business Opportunities With AMCOM Office of Small Business ProgramsWebsite: https://osbp.redstone.army.mil/The Competition Advocates Shopping List (CASL) contains AMCOM’s Aviation and Missile Project requirements and how to become a qualified source.Website:Major Items/Services Projections * Aviation & Missile Query All (Includes EXPRESS Records by Domain) * Includes Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) and Letterkenny Army Depot (LEAD) Express Data by Office Name EXPRESS Information.
19 SAMPLE CASL Listing OFFICE NAME: AIR WARRIOR (PEO SOLDIER) ENTRY DATE: 25-JUL-13REVISED DATE:WEAPON SYSTEM:AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYS (ACIS)NOMENCLATURE/DESCRIPTON:A NEW PRODUCTION IDIQ CONTRACT IN SUPPORT OF AIR SOLDIER FOR PERSONAL ELECTRONICS COMPUTER DISPLAY SYSTEM (PE CDS). COMPONENTS WITHIN PE CDS TO BE PURCHASED ARE MISSION DISPLAY MODULE (MDM), ORDER PERIOD 1 THROUGH 5 QUANTITY: 250 EACH; SOLDIER COMPUTER MODULE (SCM) , ORDER PERIOD 1 THROUGH 5 QUANTITY: 1,403 EACH; PERSONAL DISPLAY MODULE (PDM), ORDER PERIOD 1 THROUGH 5 QUANTITY: 1,403 EACH ; DOCKING STATION, ORDER PERIOD 1 THROUGH 5 QUANTITY: 250 EACH; TEARDOWN/INSPECTION/REPAIR/RETURN (TIRR) OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED HARDWARE ITEMS. CONTRACT DATA REQUIREMENTS LIST CLIN NOT-SEPARATELY-PRICED. NO KNOWN PART NUMBER OR NSN EXISTS FOR ANY OF THE HARDWARE ITEMS. THERE ARE NO KNOWN FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS CONTRACT. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE IS 5 YEARS FROM DATE OF AWARD. ESTIMATED SOLICITATION ISSUE DATE IS 18 MARCH 2014 AND THE ESTIMATED AWARD DATE IS 31 JULY 2014.PROCUREMENT METHOD:COMPETITIVE SMALL BUSINESS COMPETITIVE SBSACONTRACT (NEW OR EXISTING):NEWEST SOLICITATION DATE:MAR-14EST OBLIGATION DATE:JUL-14U.S. EST OBLIGATION VALUE:500, ,000,000FMS EST OBLIGATION VALUE:ADDITIONAL MONIES TO BE OBLIGATED:MO/YR: JUL-15MO/YR: JUL-16MO/YR: JUL-1710,000, ,000,000MO/YR: JUL-18
20 https://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/ Solicitation - Amendment Number/Status:W58RGZ13T / Replace (Conformed)DPAS Priority Rating:DOA1Pricing Arrangement:Firm Fixed PriceSolicitation/Amendment Effective Date:08/05/2013Response Deadline:08/25/2013NAICS Code:Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer ManufacturingSet-Aside:Small Purchase Set Aside for Small BusinessesIssued By:ACC-RSA - (Aviation), Redstone Arsenal, ALhttps://acquisition.army.mil/asfi/
21 EXPRESSEXpedited PRofessional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS) Program is used for the acquisition of advisory and assistance services that fall within the scope of the EXPRESS under the following four domains: Business and Analytical, Logistics, Programmatic and Technical Domains. EXPRESS provides AMCOM customers services through multiple blanket purchase agreements. Detailed information on EXPRESS can be found the on the EXPRESS website at:
22 Supported Systems and Equipment EXPRESSSupported Systems and EquipmentAir Defense Command and ControlAir Traffic Control SystemsAircraft External StorageAircrew Integrated SystemsAir-to-Ground SystemsAnti-Tactical Ballistic MissilesAssociated Weapon System Technology DevelopmentAttack HelicoptersAviation Electronic Combat SystemsAviation Technology DevelopmentClose Combat MissilesField Artillery Missile SystemsField Artillery Rocket SystemsFire Control EquipmentFixed Wing AircraftLaser DesignatorsLight Observation HelicoptersLogistics Support ActivityLong Range Air Defense SystemsMedium Range Air Defense SystemsMedium/Heavy Lift Cargo HelicoptersMissile SensorsMissile Technology DevelopmentNon-Lethal SystemsScout HelicoptersShort Range Air Defense SystemsSoftware Development and EngineeringSpecial Operations AircraftSupport Systems, Missile and AviationTargets and Threat SimulatorsTest Measurement and Diagnostic EquipmentThermal ViewersUnmanned Aerial VehiclesUnmanned Ground VehiclesUtility HelicoptersVertical and Short Take Off Aircraft Systems
23 Business and Analytical Domain Scope EXPRESSBusiness and Analytical Domain ScopeBA1: Strategic PlanningBA2: Communication SupportBA3: Conference SupportBA4: Business Management SupportBA5: Process Improvement SupportBA6: Financial Management SupportBA7: Property Management SupportBA8: Human Capital ManagementBA9: Organizational Development Support
24 Logistics Domain Scope EXPRESSLogistics Domain ScopeILS1: Design Influence/Concept DefinitionILS2: Maintenance PlanningILS3: Manpower and PersonnelILS4: Supply SupportILS5: Support Equipment and Test, Measurement and Diagnostics EquipmentILS6: Training and Training DevicesILS7: Logistics Support Technical DataILS8: Computer Resources SupportILS9: Packaging Handling and StorageILS10: Transportation and TransportabilityILS11: FacilitiesILS12: Standardization and InteroperabilityILS13: Continuous Acquisition and Life Cycle SupportILS14: Logistics Program SupportILS15: Reliability Availability and Maintainability SupportILS16: Logistics Support of Automated Information Systems
25 Programmatic Domain Scope EXPRESSProgrammatic Domain ScopePS1: Resource Management SupportPS2: Cost Estimating/AnalysisPS3: Schedule Development/AssessmentPS4: Program Management, Plans and IntegrationPS5: Strategic Planning AnalysisPS6: International Program SupportPS7: Security Assistance Program SupportPS8: Operations Research and Systems Analysis
26 Technical Domain Scope EXPRESSTechnical Domain Scope3.1 Aeromechanics Technology3.2 Airworthiness Qualification/Release3.3 Electronics/Avionics/Visionics/Survivability Equipment3.4 Environmental/Safety Initiatives3.5 Guidance Technology (Guidance Analyses)3.6 Guidance Technology (Electronics /Computer TechSupport)3.7 Guidance Technology (Weapon System Guidance)3.8 Industrial Operations3.9 Infrared3.10 Image and Seismic, Acoustic, SAM EM SignalProcessing3.11 Manpower and Personnel Technical Support3.12 Manufacturing Science and Technology3.13 Navigation and Control3.14 Optics and Laser3.15 Product Assurance3.16 Production Engineering3.17 Propulsion Systems/Technology3.18 Radio Frequency Technology3.19 Systems Engineering3.20 Structures and Materials3.21 Systems Simulation and Modeling3.22 Software Engineering3.23 Technical Data Management3.24 Test and Evaluation3.25 Test Program Set/Automated TestEquipment3.26 Warheads3.27 Weapons Science
27 EXPRESS EXPRESS Program Coordinator: Ms. Marcia Tully, ACC-Redstone GSA Point of Contact:Mr. Eddie Mills
28 Office of Small Business Programs Website Visit Our Office of Small Business Programs website at:https://osbp.redstone.army.mil/
29 Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) Sparkman Center, Bldg 5303, Rm 3135Associate Director, ActingMr. Timothy R. Kirkpatrick (256)Deputy Associate DirectorMs. Mary Birdsong (256)Small Business SpecialistMr. Todd Couch (SDB/8(a))Mr. Lee Ford (HBCU/MI)Mr. Phyllis Pond (SDVOSB/VOSB)Mr. Robert Schrader (HUBZone)Ms. Judith Stewart (WOSB)Mr. David Wall