4Welcome to the MICCMISSION: The MICC provides Army commands, installations, and activities with disciplined and responsive contracting solutions and oversight. On order, provides trained and deployable Contracting Support Brigades to the Operating Force.“On behalf of the Mission and Installation Contracting Command Commanding General, Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Gabbert and the more than 1200 soldiers and civilians comprising the MICC Family, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the MICC-Fort XXXX Open House. We are committed to building a ready, transparent, and accountable organization that is built on trust and respect, and this open house is a big part of that commitment.The MICC stands committed to ensuring the promotion of early exchanges of information about future acquisitions. An early exchange of information among industry and the program manager, contracting officer, and other participants in the acquisition process can identify and resolve concerns regarding the proposed acquisition and remedy any other industry concerns or questions. We want to talk with you and hear from you, and we want to ensure that you hear from us, as early as possible in the acquisition life-cycle. That exchange is what this Open House is all about.”VISION: We do the right thing every day and are known as the Army’s premier contracting organizationBG Jeffrey A. GabbertCommanding General
5Introductions 418th Contract Support Brigade MICC-Fort Hood/901st Contingency Contracting BattalionSmall Business Specialist – Kimberli GrayProcurement Analyst – Maureen HustonContracts Team Lead – Leeann BurkeSmall Business AdministrationCross Timbers Procurement Technical Assistance Center
7Fort Hood is…. The largest active duty armored post in the United States Armed ServicesOccupies 340 square miles (214,968 acres)Population includes 44,000+ military andcivilian employees, 13,000+ contractorpersonnel, 80,000+ family members (on andoff post), 241,000+ othersPer Texas State Comptroller memo datedApril 2008, the estimated economic impactof Fort Hood on Central Texas region was$10 billion dollarsFort Hood is the largest single site employer in Texas.OTHERS INCLUDESRetirees, survivors and family members, AAFES, commissaries, KISD staff and employees)
8OUR CUSTOMER – THE WARFIGHTER Major Military Unit Examples III CORPS AND FORT HOODGarrison ExamplesMajor Military Unit ExamplesDirectorate of LogisticsDirectorate of Public WorksNetwork Enterprise CenterDirectorate of Plans, Training,Mobilization, & Security1st Cavalry DivisionDivision West, First Army13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment21st Cavalry Brigade
9MICC – Fort Hood including FORSCOM, 1st Army Division West, ATEC/OTC, Servicing contracting office for III Corps and Fort Hood,including FORSCOM, 1st Army Division West, ATEC/OTC,and Garrison CommandContract for supplies, services, minor construction, andtest & evaluation (ATEC/OTC only)
10RECENT BUSINESS FY12 FY13 Contract Total $: $281.1M Total # Contract Actions: ,931GPC Micro-Purchase $: $22.8MGPC Actions: ,590FY13Contract Total $: $206.3MTotal # Contract Actions: ,178GPC Micro-Purchase $: $ 18.7MGPC Actions: ,002
11Selected Texas City Data Abilene$509,983Gatesville$3,486,879Dallas$ 624,952El Paso$9,966,697Killeen$4,836,186Waco$382,657Temple$149,883Lampasas$46,828Belton$3,184,740Harker Heights$3,453,294Round Rock$1,872,650Houston$278,564FY13 Obligations in Texas$80,431,359Total FY13 Obligations: $206.3MSan Antonio$12,875,638Corpus Christi$ 2,146,122Austin$22,771,967
12Release of Information Notification of impending requirements is made publicly,generally in one of two ways:Posting sources sought or a synopsis through theGovernment Point of Entry (GPE) – e.g. FedBizOppsand Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI)Advance Acquisition ForecastFort Hood relies mainly on synopsizing through GPE,but the MICC Advance Acquisition Forecast is available forlarger, recurring service acquisitions:
13Our Advice Be accurate and complete on your SAM registration and SBA profile – critical for SBA’s Dynamic Small Business SearchMarket to the SBA and to an agency’s Small Business SpecialistRead the solicitation and contract THOROUGHLY!Attend pre-proposal conferences and site visitsAsk questionsFully support proposed pricesAsk for debriefingsDon’t ignore contract administration – affects pastperformance
15MICC Small Business Program Responsibilities Effective implementation of the Army’s SB Program throughout MICCAdvise and assist MICC personnel on all SB matters.Review and process DD 2579s, Recommend set-asidesConduct training on various SB topics to MICC personnelCounsel SBs on how to do business with the ArmyAssist in market research and Acquisition StrategiesServe on Source Selection Advisory Committees/Source Selection Evaluation BoardsReview Subcontracting Plans prior to award & ensure eSRS reflects subcontracting plan data/reports
16MICC-Fort Hood Small Business Specialist Access Group Open Door Policy:Thursday, 10am to 1pmQ&A SessionOne on One Office Visits:Available October 15 through April 30Must be requested bysubject line: Request for One on One Site VisitSend to
17FY13 SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS Socio-Economic CategoryGoal% AchievedSmall Business51%55%Small Disadvantaged Business/8(a)29%Service Disabled Veteran Owned SB9%Woman Owned SB5%16%Certified HUBzone SB6%
18FY 14 GOALS AND ACHIEVEMENT TO DATE Socio-Economic CategoryGoal% AchievedSmall Business57%62.79%Small Disadvantaged Business/8(a)36%36.90%Service Disabled Veteran Owned SB16%13.20%Woman Owned SB9%22.1%Certified HUBZone SB7%4.98%
20ADVISORYThese data are provided to assist you in preparing your business plan for the upcoming fiscal years and assessing whether you may be interested in submitting an offer/bid in response to a solicitation for such a requirement. MICC cannot guarantee that it will issue a solicitation for the exact requirement or within the same range of value for the current contract price. Moreover, this information does not constitute sensitive source selection materials nor is it intended to provide any potential offeror/bidder any type of competitive advantage should MICC issue a solicitation for the requirement. If you have additional questions, please contact the designated contracting officer.
21Laundry ServicesRequirement Description: Provide laundry/linen services to units on Fort HoodSupported Activity: Directorate of Logistics (DOL)Estimated Start Date: 01 Mar 2015Place of Performance: Fort Hood, TexasAnticipated NAICS / PSC:Current Contract Information:Contract Number: W D-0008Contractor: TGFT Enterprises, Inc.Total Contract Value: $2,259,151.47Period of Performance: 01 Mar 2010 – 28 Feb 2015Type of set-aside / Extent Competed: 100% Small Business Set AsideKO Name, Telephone #: Leeann Burke,SBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray, ,Scope: Provide laundry and linen services, to include cleaning Outer Tactical Vest (OTV) and Improved Outer Tactical Vest (IOTV), to III Corps and Fort Hood active, reserve, and National Guard units and activities located at or training at Fort Hood, Texas. Pickup and delivery will be on the main cantonment, West Fort Hood, and North Fort Hood.
22Portable Latrines –Live Fire/Training Areas Requirement Description: Deliver, relocate, pick-up and service portable latrines under all weather conditions at Fort Hood, Texas/selected off post areaSupported Activity: Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS)Estimated Start Date: 01 Mar 2016Place of Performance: Fort Hood, TexasAnticipated NAICS / PSC:Current Contract Information:Contract Number: W D-0005Contractor: Vantex Service CorporationTotal Contract Value: $3,712,784Period of Performance: 01 Mar 2011 – 29 Feb 2016Type of set-aside / Extent Competed: 100% Small Business Set AsideKO Name, Telephone #: TBDSBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray, ,It is anticipated that during the course of this contract there will be workload increases and decreases.The contractor shall perform work required by this contract on a daily basis, including Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays as required by theContracting Officer.
23Range OperationsRequirement Description: Range operation services/down range maintenanceSupported Activity: Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS)Estimated Start Date: 01 Jul 2016Place of Performance: Fort Hood, TexasAnticipated NAICS / PSC:Current Contract Information:Contract Number: W9124J-12-C-0001Contractor: Katmai Information TechnologiesTotal Contract Value: $46,172,241Period of Performance: 01 Mar 2012 – 30 Jun 2016Type of set-aside / Extent Competed: Competitive 8(a)KO Name, Telephone #: TBDSBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray, ,Scope: Provide range operation services and down range maintenance seven days a week, 24 hours a day to include weekend firing with a two hour mandatory shut-down period at dawn and before dusk. Operate up to 97 training ranges and areas, covering an estimated 62,611 acres. Operate and support four of the five types of ranges; Automated Multi-Use Ranges (MUR), Automated Small Arms Ranges, Non-automated Ranges and Training Areas and Scaled Ranges. Provide select logistical support and down range repairs for the Instrumented Ranges at Fort Hood, TX.
24Requirement Description: Operational Test Support Services Fires and Integrated Test and Evaluation Directorate Test and Evaluation Technical Support Services (TETSS)Requirement Description: Operational Test Support ServicesSupported Activity: FTD/ITED (Fort Bliss and Fort Sill)Estimated Start Date: 20 Nov 2014Place of Performance: Fort Bliss, TX and Fort Sill, OKAnticipated NAICS / PSC:Current Contract Information:Contract Number: W9115U-10-D-0001Contractor: Glacier TechnologiesTotal Contract Value: $68MPeriod of Performance: 20 Nov Nov 2014Type of set-aside / Extent Competed: 8(a) Direct AwardKO Name, Telephone #: Belinda Woods,SBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray, ,Scope: The contractor shall provide all labor, management, supervision, supplies, materials, equipment, training, and tools, not otherwise provided as government furnished property (GFP), to perform the non-personal services required to support the operational test, data collection, and experimentation mission of the Integrated Test and Evaluation Directorate (ITED), and Fires Test Directorates (FTD). The contractor may be required on an intermittent basis to perform testing, data collection, and experimentation in support of combined Developmental and Operational Tests, Joint and Multi-Service tests, training activities, and other Department of Defense (DOD) activities. Primary locations of performance are Fort Bliss, Texas and Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Other locations will be identified in individual task orders, and may require the delivery of test support services at locations both within the continental United States (CONUS) and outside the continental United States (OCONUS). – Alaska, Hawaii and Kwajalein.
25Enterprise Information Technology Support Services Requirement Description: IT Support, including direct/indirect test support, customer support, enterprise network mgt, and admin servicesSupported Activity: Army Test & Evaluation Command (ATEC) & The Operational Test Command (OTC)Estimated Start Date: 1 March 2015Place of Performance: Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland & Fort Hood, TexasAnticipated NAICS / PSC: /7376Current Contract Information:Contract Number: W91QUZ-06-D RS2Contractor: STG IncorporatedTotal Contract Value: $60MPeriod of Performance: 1 September 2009 through 1 March 2015Type of set-aside / Extent Competed: Competed under the Computer Hardware Enterprise Service Support (CHESS)KO Name, Telephone #: Leeann Burke,SBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray,The contractor shall provide all qualified personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, management, and other items and services not otherwise provided as Government Furnished Property (GFP) to perform non-personal Information Technology (IT) services to support the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC)'s testing, experimentation, and evaluation mission. On an intermittent basis, the contractor will be required to perform non-personnel services in support of other Department of Defense (DOD) activities:Customer SupportHelp DeskIT Maintenance and ConfigurationVTC SupportTrainingAudioVisual SupportIndirect Test and Evaluation SupportEnterprise Network MgtInfo Assurance, including trainingSoftware Engineering CellIT LogisticsAdmin ServicesRecords MgtForms MgtDirect Test Support, as Tasked
26Information Technology Infrastructure Support Requirement Description: Cable/equipment installation and/or de-installationSupported Activity: Network Enterprise Center (NEC)Estimated Start Date: 01 Sep 2014Place of Performance: Fort Hood, TexasAnticipated NAICS / PSC: , with emphasis on Telecommunications CablingCurrent Contract Information:Contract Number: New RequirementContractor:Total Contract Value:Period of Performance:Type of set-aside / Extent Competed:KO Name, Telephone #: Leeann Burke,SBS Name, Telephone #, address: Kimberli Gray, ,Scope. This contract encompasses cable and equipment installation and/or de-installation functions as defined in this performance work statement atFort Hood, Texas. Information Technology Infrastructure Support (IT IS) services include all building telecommunications, building cabling systems(BCS) and outside plant (OSP) telecommunications cabling system(s). BCS encompasses, but is not limited to, copper and fiber optic (FO) entrancecable, termination equipment, copper and fiber backbone cable, copper and fiber horizontal distribution cable, workstation outlets, racks, cablemanagement, patch panels, cable tray, cable ladder, conduits, grounding and labeling. OSP infrastructure encompass, but is not limited to, manhole and duct infrastructure, copper cable, fiber cable, cross connects, splice cases, terminations, cable vaults and copper and FO entrance cable. Thecontractor shall accomplish all work in accordance with the standards and specifications in this contract and resulting task orders. All work shallconform to Fort Hood, Installation Design Guides (IDG).
28Additional Questions?If we were not able to get to your question, please submit them to Kimberli Gray at Questions should be received no later than July 1, Answers to questions will be posted on the Cross Timbers Procurement Technical Assistance (PTAC) website at and available until August 8, 2014.
29SAVE THE DATE!18th Annual Government Procurement Conference Wednesday, August 6, 2014 Arlington Convention Center Sponsored by the Cross Timbers Procurement Technical Assistance Center, University of Texas at Arlington, and the U.S. Small Business Administration
30Fort Hood Region Government Vendor Conference and Expo Wednesday, February 4, 2015 Killeen Civic and Conference Center Sponsored by the Central Texas Business Resource CenterSAVE THE DATE!https://www.facebook.com/forthoodgovexpo