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1 Heavy Crane Industry Day Product Manager LTC Garth Winterle Deputy PM Mr. John W. Daniele DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. 20 November 2013

2 Heavy Crane Industry Day Agenda 0815 Welcome LTC Nancy Hansen 0830 Introductions and Administration LTC Nancy Hansen 0845 The Heavy Crane Requirement – Mission Gap LTC Nancy Hansen 0900 Administrative/PurposePatricia Pierce 0910 Legal Statement Patricia Pierce 0915 Contract Summary Patricia Pierce 0945 Section B – Anticipated Proposal RequirementsPatricia Pierce 1015 Section C – Scope of Work Subject Matter Expert 1100 Purchase Description Doris Strong 1200 – 1400 LUNCH 1400 Section D – Packaging Daniel Brumfield 1415 Section F – Delivery Schedule Req./Storage Patricia Pierce 1430 Section H – Special Contract Clauses Patricia Pierce 1515 Section J – CDRLS/DIDS Linda Skidmore 1530 Schedule of events Patricia Pierce 1545 Questions Patricia Pierce 220 November 2013

3 Heavy Crane Industry Day Mission Gap The Type II Heavy Crane, NSN , is an all terrain, self deployable crane. This program represents a new range of lift for the Engineer Brigades of the Army. To date the nearest lift capability by a program of record is the 22 Ton capability AT422 all terrain crane (ATEC). Primary Mission: To lift heavy equipment to include MRAPS 320 November 2013

4 Heavy Crane Industry Day Administrative The official (non-draft) Request for Proposal, once released, will take precedence over prior information on ProcNet Heavy Crane site and over Industry Day information ProcNet: m m ProcNet site will be continually updated with RFP information such as: Draft Heavy Crane Purchase Description (PD) Draft sections of RFP Q&A Industry Day Charts Announcements List of conference attendees that have agreed to release of their names will be posted to the Heavy Crane ProcNet site It is the responsibility of Industry to check the website regularly! 420 November 2013

5 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purpose To provide potential Offerors RFP related information To improve understanding of the requirements for the development of the Offerors formal solicitation To provide forum for questions to be asked Conference is for informational purposes only Our intent is to clearly communicate our strategy Government cannot reimburse costs of solicitation preparation except as otherwise provided for in FAR Part November 2013

6 Heavy Crane Industry Day Contract Summary Request for Proposal – W56HZV-13-R-0036 Contract Type Firm Fixed Price Requirements Contract FAR 15 Ordering Period: 5 years from contract award 6 years with exercise of 1 st year option; 7 years with exercise of 2 nd year option Offerors are required to submit offer(s) electronically, via the Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) Online Bid Response System (BRS) 620 November 2013

7 Heavy Crane Industry Day Contract Summary Request for Proposal – W56HZV-13-R-0036 All offerors must possess a SECRET Facility Security Clearance at the time of proposal submission All offerors are limited to no more than two proposals in response to the Heavy Crane RFP The successful offeror must be registered with the Department of Defense System for Award Management (SAM) at https://www.sam.gov https://www.sam.gov Additional information related to this RFP, prior its release, may be found at the following website: https://contracting.tacom.army.mil/majorsys/HeavyCrane/HeavyCrane. htm https://contracting.tacom.army.mil/majorsys/HeavyCrane/HeavyCrane. htm The RFP, once released, will be posted on the following websites: https://www.fbo.gov https://contracting.tacom.army.mil/opportunity.htm 720 November 2013

8 Heavy Crane Industry Day Anticipated Proposal Requirements FAT/LOG Units Production Units Crane Attachments Pile Driver w/ Install Kit Four Leg Sling Set Concrete Barrier Lifter Clamshell bucket Concrete bucket Basic Issue Items Initial Service Package Spare Parts Kit Critical Stockage List (w/ prices) Special Tools Kit (w/ tool box) Hand off (price to include travel) 20 November Armor Development Kit Armor Kits Simulators Development Simulators * Field Service Representatives Instructor & Key Personnel Training NET Training Development Storage Data Items (Logistics) Interim Contractor Logistics Operator and Maintainer NET Classes *Simulator prices for years 2 through 7

9 Heavy Crane Industry Day Anticipated Proposal Requirements 20 November Meeting Agenda and Minutes ECPs IUID Reports Inventory List/DA 3161 Accountability Report Warranty Performance Report FSR report FSR IRDO Data FACARS Configuration Change Reports ICLS Reports NMWRS (Engine, Transmission, Axles and Boom) IETM -10 Operator/-23&P manual Lubrication Order Armor Manual Pile Driver Manual NMWR and Pile Driver RPSTL Special Packaging NET OP and FLM classes Simulator Test plan/ Instruction/Student guides Provisioning EDFP Transportability/Safety/Hazardous/Diagnostics reports Test Support LORA/Log Demo NOTE: Not all logistics will be procured in the first year, therefore, all logistics will require prices for year 1 and year 2. CDRLS NSP Items Separately Priced Items

10 Heavy Crane Industry Day Proposal Pitfalls There is a difference between your small business volume and the small business subcontracting plan There are several items that are also used outside of the evaluation process to determine contractor eligibility for award Small business Contractor responsibility Fair and reasonable price Make sure your numbers in the pricing spreadsheets are correct and in the proper columns Be sure that your complete proposal submission is on time 20 November

11 Heavy Crane Industry Day SECTION C SCOPE OF WORK 20 November

12 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C – Special Tools Clarification BII/COEI – cost incurred as determined by delivery order ISP/SPK – cost incurred as determined by delivery order Special Tools – cost incurred as determined by delivery order 20 November

13 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C – Basic Issue Item (BII)/COEI What is BII? Basic Issue Items are the minimum essential items required to place the equipment in operation, to operate it, perform routine operator maintenance and services, and to perform emergency repairs. What is COEI? Components of End Item are the minimum essential items required to place the equipment in operation, to operate it, perform routine operator maintenance and services, and to perform emergency repairs that are removed and separately packaged for transportation or shipment. Examples are Pile Driver and Sling Set 20 November

14 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - ISP/SPK/Special Tools What is the Initial Service Pack? The Initial Service Pack (ISP) includes all service parts required to meet warranty service intervals and perform the first scheduled maintenance in the first year of service. What is SPK? The Spare Parts Kit includes items likely to be replaced due to normal wear or unscheduled maintenance in the first year of service. Whats the difference? ISP is scheduled maintenance (according to TMs) SPK is unscheduled maintenance (based on commercial failure data) What are Special Tools? Fabricated tools that are made by the Contractor Used on a single end item Supplied for military applications only Designed to perform a specific task for use on a specific end item or component Not available in common tool load (GMTK, FRS, SATS) The offeror MUST provide any special source and calibration documentation for special tools and TMDE 20 November

15 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Provisioning Provisioning Provisioning requires three key elements: the Provisioning Parts List (PPL), Engineering Data for Provisioning (EDFP), and the Pre-Procurements Screening (PPS). The (PPL) is the identification of all repair parts, special tools and diagnostic equipment that supports the Heavy Crane. The PPL shall be prepared in accordance with Government Electronics and Information Technology Association (GEIA-STD-0007) and (GEIA-HB-0007). The (EDFP) is used to indicate the physical characteristics, location and function of the item being provisioned. The EDFP shall be prepared in accordance with American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME Y ). The (PPS) shall ensure that the characteristics data of parts (i.e. common hardware) match the required characteristics data as directed by production. For example, if the requirement for a screw is brass coating, the screening should ensure that the selected common hardware National Stock Number (NSN) specifies brass coating. 20 November

16 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Provisioning Provisioning Reviews The Contractor shall host several provisioning reviews, each lasting 10 days, throughout the duration of the contract. Each event will review any complete assemblies major or minor with a minimum of 1,600 lines per event. The Contractor shall provide the following to support the provisioning review effort: Provisioning Parts List (PPL) in a format compatible with TACOM Logistics Modernization program (LMP) provisioning system in B format. Guidance for B format is contained in (GEIA-STD-0007) and (GEIA-HB-0007). Provisioning Parts List (PPL) and accompanying hardcopy EDFP drawing. Provisioning Line Item Sequence Number (PLISNs) with National Stock Numbers (NSNs), with hard copy of Pre-Procurement Screening (PPS). An electronic copy of the Logistics Support Analysis (LSA-036). Guidance for (LSA-036) is contained in (GEIA-STD-0007) and (GEIA-HB-0007). 20 November

17 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Publications Validation This Contractor-led event shall take place before first draft delivery. Contractor shall provide a plan and schedule for the Validation. The Government will observe Validation on a regular basis. The Contractor shall provide a report with draft delivery. Quality Assurance All publication drafts submitted to the Government shall be free of: Spelling errors Grammatical errors Format inconsistencies Title/nomenclature inconsistencies Publication Guidance MIL-STD B/2B DE Publications Style Guide Requirements Matrices 20 November

18 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C – Integrated Logistics Support The Contractor shall provide Field Service Representatives (FSR) who will provide on-site technical support (both CONUS and OCONUS), during contingency and non-contingency operations. The Contractor shall supply personal tool kits, communications, and IT equipment to contractor FSR personnel deployed in support of the Heavy Crane. All maintenance and parts shall be provided by the Contractor at Conditional Material Release Anticipated time frame until Organic FMR is 2 years This will be for CONUS and OCONUS support CONUS and Non-contingency OCONUS CONUS is defined as any location in the continental United States. OCONUS is defined as any location outside the continental United States. Contingency is defined as operations in locations in support of deployments in hostile areas. Non-contingency is defined as operations in fielding or deployments in support of normal operations in CONUS or OCONUS (e.g., Germany). 20 November

19 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Simulators 8 Simulators with 4 Instructor Operator Stations shall be provided. Shall have the ability to simulate basic and advanced lifting operations Clamshell Hook block with spreaders and slings Day/night operations Realistic audio cues Dual lift Shall have the ability to collect Performance Data (real time) Loads moved (equipment, containers, soil, etc.) Cycle Times Emphasis on safety while developing crane skills o Reaction to alarms (two blocking, over load) assisted with LMI/SLI Indicator o Collisions (Suspended Load) o Reaction to faults and malfunctions (loss of engine power, hydraulic failures, outrigger failure, etc.) Shall have interactive environmental modeling Visibility (rain, fog, snow and haze) Wind (speed, direction, and gusting) Time of day Shadows Terrain 20 November

20 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Simulators Simulator Highlights Replicates operators compartment of actual equipment Gauges, indicators, switches, displays Form, fit and function (joysticks, foot controls and switches necessary for operation) Audio cues (engine, warning buzzers, malfunctions, etc) Ability for common access card reader for logging student information 3 Degrees of Freedom (pitch, yaw, roll) Intercom system (student to instructor) Capable of virtual simulation of armored configuration 180 degree horizontal and 60 degree vertical field of view Emergency shutdown button 20 November

21 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C – New Equipment Training In-Process Reviews (IPRs) Held at Contractors facilities a maximum of four times per year Contractor shall have all training documentation available for Government review Training Material Verification Held at Contractors facilities Contractor shall conduct two training classes (one OPNET and one FLMNET) Contractor shall use the course training materials developed under this contract Training Materials approved at Training Material Verification will be used at I&KPT Instructor and Key Personnel Training (I&KPT) Held at contractors facilities Contractor shall conduct two training classes (one OPNET and one FLMNET) Contractor shall use the course training materials approved from Training Material Verification Training materials approved at successful I&KPT will become the final NET materials Assume target audience is individuals that are instructors, skilled crane operators, and mechanics 20 November

22 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C – New Equipment Training The contractor shall develop courses of instruction to train operators and maintainers on the Heavy Crane. Directed towards new technologies not currently in the Army system or different from current systems in the field. Operator and Operator Maintenance (OPNET) Prerequisite requires possession of valid military drivers license for 22½ ton or higher crane 40 hours in duration with a 3:1 student to machine and instructor ratio – 6 students maximum Include operator safety, general crane safety, load handling, Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) Covers load planning/sling load angles plus lifting equipment inspection Include a written examination and hands-on performance evaluation – minimum score is 80% Field Level Maintenance (FLMNET) 40 hours in duration with a 6:1 student to instructor ratio – 12 students maximum Covers minimal operation characteristics, field level PMCS, troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of the Heavy Crane Covers quarterly, semi-annual, and annual crane inspection procedures and repairing/replacing procedures for any load bearing equipment Include a written examination and hands-on performance evaluation – minimum score is 80% 20 November

23 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - New Equipment Training NET Training When called up in a Delivery Order, the contractor shall conduct NET Classes Use Government approved training materials Government will provide 30 days notification for CONUS and 90 days notification for OCONUS The contractor shall receive a favorable evaluation from at least 80% of students as performance evaluation Course Completion Contractor shall deliver Training Course Completion Report upon completion of each class Includes student roster, student surveys, and trip report Instructor Certification and Credentials Instructors are required to be certified by the International Board of Standards for Training Developers and Instructors (IBSTDI) or military equivalent Contractor shall provide proof of certification to the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO) 20 November

24 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - Packaging General Packaging Considerations Environmental Concerns(Time in storage, transportation of items, corrosion) Packaging coding process and how data is used Data Deliverables The Military packages two kinds of items, selective and special. Selective items are simpler and smaller items, while special items are more complex and requires more complex packaging. Selective (ASCII text file) Special(ASCII text file, Special Packaging Instruction, Validation Report) Shipping and Storage(Validation) Guidance MIL-STD-2073 MIL-STD November

25 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section C - IUID For those components specifically identified in the DFARs clause , the contractor shall identify all items that may require an IUID and submit an IUID Marking Plan. The contractor shall create the IUID and marking method in accordance with MIL-STD-130N. The contractor shall use IUID Construct #2. The contractor shall use MIL-STD-130N, as a guide when developing the System data plate. The end item UID marking shall be embedded on the system data plate. The prime contractor has the responsibility to furnish IUID data to the IUID registry. The contractor shall register and validate all IUIDs with the DoD IUID Registry and shall ensure all item parent/child relationships are accurately recorded in the IUID Registry. The contractor shall provide evidence of validation and verification of a predetermined representative sample of the data matrix marks on each NSN bearing IUID in a report 20 November

26 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section F – Delivery and Performance Delivery and Performance - FAT FAT delivery is 270 days after Delivery Order (DO) issued Delivery and Performance - PRODUCTION DO issued PRIOR TO Government approval of FAT – delivery shall start 180 calendar days after FAT approval DO issued AFTER Government approval of FAT – delivery shall start 180 calendar days after DO is issued See FAR Clause , Order Limitations, for quantity limitations Acceleration of DOs is NOT acceptable without written approval from the Contracting Officer Storage The Government may require the contractor to store and maintain the Heavy Cranes that the Government has shipped in place The contractor shall maintain the Heavy Cranes in accordance with its standard commercial procedures to preclude deterioration See Section F.3 of the RFP for all storage requirements 20 November

27 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section H – Special Contract Clauses NOTE: Below is a listing of some provisions. Please read solicitation for complete description of all provisions H.1 Ordering Year – The first ordering year begins with the date of award of the contract. H.2 Other Customers - The contract is for requirements that come through the Department of the Army. H.3 Export Control Notice - Technical data may be subject to the requirements of various export control statutes, regulations, etc. H.6.1 Government Furnished Equipment/Materials - The prime contractor is responsible to return all USG furnished equipment. H.6.2 Government Furnished Equipment/Materials - The Government will provide the contractor applicable GFE to support testing and logistics support package development. H.7 Non-Road Equipment Engine Emissions Requirements - Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s Tier IV non-road exhaust emission standards require the engine manufacturers to use pollution control technologies. Therefore, no vehicles delivered under this contract shall utilize Tier IV engines. 20 November

28 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section J – CDRLS /Data Item Descriptions (DIDS) What is a data item description (DID)? A DID is a completed document that defines the data required of a contractor. The document specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use. It is located on every CDRL Where can I obtain a copy of a specific DID? If you know the DID number, you can use the ASSIST Quick Search. Simply enter the 5-digit DID number (do not use revision letters) in the search filed labeled [Document Number] and click on the [Submit] button.ASSIST Quick Search Is there a website that lists all data item descriptions? All active and canceled DIDs are indexed in the ASSIST database. Once logged on, to print a preformatted listing of all DIDs in Adobe PDF format, click on the [DIDs] link on the left side of the page to get to the [DIDs Menu] and then click on the link for the [DIDs Browser]. The DIDs Browser allows you to generate a list of active DIDs, canceled DIDs, or all DIDs (both active and canceled). This same screen allows you to filter results by standardization area, preparing activity, or preparing service, or to search for DIDs by keywords. The resultant list will be generated in HTML but may be saved as a preformatted report in Adobe PDF format by clicking on the [Report] button at the bottom of the screen. The list may also be exported in Microsoft Excel format by clicking on the [Spreadsheet] button at the bottom of the screen.ASSIST 20 November

29 Heavy Crane Industry Day Section J – Data Item Descriptions (DIDS) Where can I find an online copy of DoD L, "Acquisition Management Systems and Data Requirements Control List (AMSDL)"? The AMSDL which formerly listed all DIDs, was canceled in 2007, as all DIDs have been incorporated into the ASSIST database. Source: accounttype=displayHTML&contentid=22 accounttype=displayHTML&contentid=22 ASSIST Website: 20 November

30 Heavy Crane Industry Day 20 November Purchase Description

31 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Supplemental Armor Set/ Crew Protection Kit Proposed ballistic solution may be presented as an A kit/B-kit or A-kit/C-kit solution The threat level may be obtained from Director, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, ATTN: AMSRD-ARL-WM-TA, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Gaps: In the past, window frames, door seams, bolt joints and air supply openings have resulted in test failures Environment testing: (wind, sand, dust): panel and door sealing is critical Removal time: no hard requirement but should be a design consideration Ballistic performance: transparent armor at temperature extremes (ambient, low and high) Coupon testing: required for new ballistic solutions (opaque, transparent, production) Transparent armor: environmental testing- solar and heat effects Safety consideration: Ingress/egress, emergency egress, door dampers and vehicle stability Heating and cooling of cab(s) with armor 20 November

32 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Supplemental Armor Set/ Crew Protection Kit Operator protection/Operator Cab Shall survive against a minimum protection of class 1 for the operators cab and class 2 for the drivers cab ( as defined in the Army Research Report, Analysis of Threat Projectiles For Protection of Light Tactical Vehicles, ARL-RP- 89, dated December 2004) The CPK shall be in the form of a two part A-Kit/B-Kit. The A-Kit Consist of permanent, non-removable portions of integral components and mounting provisions that allow the mounting of the B-Kit. Include armor protection to those portions of the cabs, which by basis of design, would make it difficult or impossible for upgrading to full crew protection. Consist of underside ballistic protection to include, but not limited to, armored floor panels. Incorporate any vehicle modifications required to allow the cranes to accept and operate with the armor package. Installed during production on every vehicle The B-Kit Consists of multiple components that need to be individually installed on the crane. The B- Kit consists of all components required to completely up-armored operators and drivers cabs. Driver Cab: When specified, the crane shall be provided with a complete A-Kit/B-Kit. The drivers cab CPK solution survive against a minimum protection of class 3 as defined in the Army Research Report, Analysis of Threat Projectiles For Protection of Light Tactical Vehicles, ARL-RP-89, dated December 2004 is desired. 20 November

33 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Lifting Capability The Type II Heavy Crane with and without Crew Protection Kit (CPK): Shall be capable of lifting a minimum of 100,000 pounds at a 10 ft. radius. Able to transverse the load a minimum of 270 degrees (45 to 315 azimuth using zero (0) as straight ahead) load with outriggers fully extended. The load shall not pass over any part of the crane to include the outriggers. Able to lift straight up and down (no transverse required) a load 323 long, 106 wide, 156 high, weighing 80,000 lbs (40 Tons) from the rear, and sides with a 2 ft. horizontal clearance from the crane and outriggers. The load must be able to be lifted high enough to place the load onto the back the family of M870 trailers. NOTE: 100K at 10 ft radius is used to size the proposed crane At no time should load be lifted over the crane or outriggers The 40 ton lift does not need to rotate around the crane 20 November

34 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Travel Speed The crane with and without CPK, without load, shall be capable of achieving and maintaining an average on-road travel speed (primary and secondary roads) of 40 mph (Threshold), 50 mph (Objective). System shall be able to achieve an average off-road (cross-country) of 15 mph (Threshold); 40 mph (Objective). Classification of roads Primary Roads – Two or more lanes, all weather, maintained, hard surface (paved) roads with good driving visibility used for heavy and high density traffic. These roads have lanes with a minimum width of 108 inches (2.75 M), road crown to 20 degrees and the legal maximum GVW/GCW for the country or state is assured for all bridges. These roads are surfaces having Root Mean Square (RMS) value of 0.1 inch (2.54 mm). Secondary Roads –Two lanes, all weather, occasionally maintained, hard or loose surface (e.g. large rock, paved, crushed rock, gravel) intended for medium-weight, low-density traffic. These roads have lanes with minimum width of 98.5 inches (2.5 m) and no guarantee that the legal maximum GVW/GCW for the country or state is assured for all bridges. These roads are surfaces having a RMS value varying between 0.3 inch (7.63 mm) inch (15.24 mm). Off Roads/ Cross Country (Trails) – One lane, dry weather, unimproved, seldom maintained loose surface roads, intended for low-density traffic. Trails have a minimum width of 98.5 inches (2.5 M), no large obstacles (boulders, logs, and stumps) and no bridging. These are surfaces having a RMS value varying between 0.5 inches (12.7 mm) inches (38.1 mm). 20 November 2013PEO CS&CSS Overview34

35 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Travel Speed continued NOTE: Example of course located at Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG) o Primary Roads- Perryman Test Area- Paved Road (PTA-P) Course. o Secondary Roads – Perryman Test Area-Secondary Road A (PTA-A); Munson Test Area- Gravel Road (MTA-G). o Off Road (cross country) –Munson Test Area – Belgian Block (MTA-BB); Perryman Test Area Cross-Country Course No. 2 (PTA-2) 20 November 2013PEO CS&CSS Overview35

36 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements 20 November 2013PEO CS&CSS Overview36

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39 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Reach The boom shall be a hydraulically operated, telescoping type, consisting of a base section and sliding section(s). The boom shall be capable of elevation from the horizontal to a vertical angle of not less than 70 degrees. The reach shall be at least 100ft (minimum 100ft boom with jib or 100ft boom) (T). NOTE: 100 ft reach is the requirement. Requirement can be met with either option 20 November

40 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements Transportability Air Transportability Drive-on drive-off configuration (under its own power) with operator in the drivers seat shall be capable of transport by C-5 and C-17 aircraft (T) MIL-HDBK-1791 is available for guidance. Air transportable while filled to a minimum 25 percent, up to a maximum 75 percent, fuel capacity Marine Transport Marine transportable on LCU 2000 class and larger vessels/ships. Weight, dimensions, and drive-on, drive-off abilities shall conform to MIL-STD-1366 for each transportable unit Rail Transport Rail transportable in CONUS and NATO countries without restrictions Reference MIL-STD- 810, MIL-STD-1366 and SDDCTEA Pamphlet 70-1 Highway Transportability Road legal (with permits). The maximum axle loads shall meet minimum requirements for highway transport within the continental U.S. Transport prep time Preparation and tie-down for all modes of transport shall be completed in 4 hours or less with 3 soldiers or less. 20 November

41 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements 20 November Transportability Important to note: Air Transportability: Ground pressure is key Tables provided support transport limits, not design limitations.

42 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements 20 November Transportability NOTE: Marine Transport: The approach/departure ramp angle 15 degrees with no ramp aids Tables provided support transport limits, not design limitations.

43 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements 20 November Transportability NOTE: Rail: 3 areas of the world (Korea, Europe, NATO); rail impact testing (MIL- STD-810) Tables provided support transport limits, not design limitations.

44 Heavy Crane Industry Day Purchase Description Requirements 20 November Transportability NOTE: Highway: Transport with permits may be required. Permits may also vary per state. Tables provided support transport limits, not design limitations.

45 Heavy Crane Industry Day Tentative Schedule of Events Target Date of RFP Release: February 2014 Number of Days on the Street: 60 days Target Award: October November

46 Heavy Crane Industry Day Questions Thank you for your attendance! 20 November

47 Backup Slides 20 November

48 Blocks A. Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) The CLIN associated with the CDRL. B. Exhibit DFARS Subpart requires the DD Form 1423 to be a contract exhibit versus an attachment. C. Category Identifies and groups individual data items. D. System/Item The system or item the data will support. E. Contract/PR No RFP or Contract Number 48 HEAVY CRANE INDUSTRY DAY Contract Data Requirements List (CDRLS) 20 November 2013

49 Blocks F. Contractor The name of the contractor. G. Prepared by The name of the CDRL Preparer. H. Date The date the CDRL was prepared. I. Approved by The name of the individual approving the CDRL. J. Date The date the CDRL was approved. 49 HEAVY CRANE INDUSTRY DAY Contract Data Requirements List (CDRLS) 20 November 2013

50 Blocks 1. Data Item number DFARS Subpart (c)-identifies CDRL. 2. Title of Date Item The title shall be identical to the title of the DID. 3. Subtitle A subtitle referencing the item to which the specific data item applies-title as referenced in the SOW. 4. Authority The DID number. If the DID is being tailored by the CDRL, add "(T)" after the DID Number in this block. 5. Contract Reference Specific paragraph(s) of the SOW that point to the CDRL. 50 HEAVY CRANE INDUSTRY DAY Contract Data Requirements List (CDRLS) 20 November 2013

51 Blocks 7. DD250 Requirement DD 250 Form code designates the requirement for inspection & acceptance. DD- None at Source; final inspection at destination. 8. Approval Code A designated written approval is required before distribution of final data item 9. Distribution Statement Required Indicates the distribution statement; letter code is in accordance with DoD Directive Frequency Indicates the frequency of submittals. AS REQ –as required. 51 HEAVY CRANE INDUSTRY DAY Contract Data Requirements List (CDRLS) 20 November 2013

52 Blocks 11. As of Date This is the data for which the data needs to be current. Further explanation is provided in Block Date of First Submission The initial submission date. AS REQ-as required. 13. Date of Subsequent Submission If data items are required more than once, the dates for subsequent submissions are given. 14. Distribution The code letter in accordance with DoD directive A means approved for public release. 15. Total16. Remarks The total number of copies required. 52 HEAVY CRANE INDUSTRY DAY Contract Data Requirements List (CDRLS) 20 November 2013


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