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GSC-QF0B-17
Delivery Order Request (DOR)
GSC-QF0B-17-33081
Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation
(CDM) License Maintenance 2 (CLM2)
in support of:
The United States Department of Homeland
Security (DHS)
Issued to:
CONTRACTORS UNDER NASA SEWP V GROUPS B C, and D
The Contractor’s Basic NASA SEWP V contract is applicable to the Delivery Order (DO)
that is awarded under this DOR
Conducted under FAR 16.5. Do not intend to use FAR 15 principles.
Issued by:
General Services Administration
Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM)
1800 F Street, NW
Suite 3100 (QF0B)
Washington, D.C. 20405
June 1, 2017
FEDSIM Project Number HS00829
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SECTION B - SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICE/COSTS
B.1 ORDER TYPE
The contractor shall provide the items required by this delivery order on a Firm Fixed Price
(FFP) basis. The items shall be provided in accordance with all sections of this delivery order
and the offeror’s NASA SEWP V Contract, under which the resulting delivery order will be
placed.
THIS IS A BRAND NAME REQUIREMENT. ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIFIC
BRAND NAME ITEMS SHALL REQUIRE SPECIFIC MANUFACTURER
NUMBERS LISTED.
This is in accordance with FAR 16.505(a)(4)
The specific brand name is as follows:
a. Tenable Passive Vulnerability Scanner (PVS) Products
b. TrustWave DbProtect for Federal Government – Vulnerability Management
B.2 PRODUCTS AND PRICES
The following abbreviations are used in this price schedule:
CLIN
FFP
QTY
Contract Line Item Number
Firm-Fixed-Price
Quantity
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B.2.1 BASE PERIOD CLINs
CLIN 0001 – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Manufacturer
Tenable
Mfg Support Part Number
LGT-500- PVS-R
Item Description
QTY
Service Center for
500 ips [1 year
Maintenance]
1
Unit Price
CLIN Subtotal
Extended Price
$
CLIN 0002 – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Manufacturer
Tenable
Mfg Support Part Number
LGT-075G- PVS-R
Item Description
QTY
Service Center for
75000 ips [1 year
Maintenance]
1
Unit Price
CLIN Subtotal
Extended Price
$
CLIN 0003 – Department of Treasury (Treasury)
Manufacturer
TrustWave
Mfg Support Part Number
DBP-VM-GOV- STD-MAINT
Item Description
Standard Support
for DbProtect for
Federal
GovernmentVulnerability
Management - 1
UUP
QTY
Unit Price
615
CLIN Subtotal
TOTAL BASE PERIOD CLINs:
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Extended Price
$
$___________
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SECTION B - SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICE/COSTS
B.2.2 OPTION PERIOD - OPTIONAL CLINs:
CLIN 1001 – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Manufacturer
Tenable
Mfg Support Part Number
LGT-500- PVS-R
Item Description
QTY
Service Center for
500 ips [1 year
Maintenance]
1
Unit Price
CLIN Subtotal
Extended Price
$
CLIN 1002 – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Manufacturer
Tenable
Mfg Support Part Number
LGT-075G- PVS-R
Item Description
QTY
Service Center for
75000 ips [1 year
Maintenance]
1
Unit Price
CLIN Subtotal
Extended Price
$
CLIN 1003 – Department of Treasury (Treasury)
Manufacturer
TrustWave
Mfg Support Part Number
DBP-VM-GOV- STDMAINT
Item Description
Standard Support
for DbProtect for
Federal
GovernmentVulnerability
Management - 1
UUP
QTY
Unit Price
Extended Price
615
CLIN Subtotal
$
TOTAL OPTION PERIOD - ALL CLINs:
$_______________
GRAND TOTAL ALL CLINs:
$_______________
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SECTION C – DESCRIPTION / SPECIFICATIONS / STATEMENT OF WORK
C.1 BACKGROUND
The United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has responsibility for
overseeing and assisting Government-wide and agency-specific efforts to provide adequate,
risk- based, and cost-effective cybersecurity, per Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Memorandum 10-28. The cyber landscape in which Federal agencies operate is a constantly
changing and dynamic environment. Threats to the nation’s information security continue to
evolve, and Government leaders have recognized the need for a modified approach in
protecting our cyber infrastructure. The new approach, Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation
(CDM), moves away from historical compliance reporting toward combating threats to our
nation’s networks on a real-time basis. The CDM Program enables DHS, along with Federal
agencies and state, local, regional, and tribal governments, with the ability to enhance and
further automate their existing continuous network monitoring capabilities, correlate and
analyze critical security-related information, and enhance risk-based decision making at the
agency and Federal enterprise level.
DHS purchased tools, sensors, and product maintenance in support of this security initiative
using the CDM/CMaaS BPA, and require continued maintenance license support for the
existing installed base across the participating Departments and Agencies (D/As).
C.2 PURPOSE
The purpose of this DO is to procure continued product maintenance. This allows for
continued database security monitoring and compliance solutions, which monitor database
activity to proactively inventory and eliminate database vulnerabilities and reactively monitor
and respond to emerging threats.
C.2.1 AGENCY MISSION
DHS has a mission to safeguard and secure cyberspace in an environment where the cyberattack threat is continuously growing and evolving. The DHS CDM Program has a
requirement to leverage tools to meet specific capabilities supporting defined functions in
support of the CDM Program to baseline cyber security postures across the .gov space.
C.3 OBJECTIVE
This DO is to provide continued product maintenance for the existing CDM tools,
previously purchased under the CDM/CMaaS BPA and delivered to participating agencies.
C.4 PROVIDE BILL OF MATERIALS
The contractor shall provide the products in Section B.2. It is the Government’s intent to award
one Delivery Order in response to the Delivery Order Request (DOR). At the time of proposal
submission, all items offered must be on the vendor’s NASA SEWP V contract. All proposed
items shall include any shipping costs within the Continental United States (CONUS).
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SECTION D - PACKAGING AND MARKING
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SECTION E - INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
E.1 PLACE OF INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
Inspection and acceptance of all deliverables under this DO shall be performed by the DHS
Government Technical Points of Contact (TPOCs) and D/A Points of Contact (POCs) at the
specified agencies’ offices.
E.2 SCOPE OF INSPECTION
All deliverables will be inspected for content, completeness, accuracy, and conformance to DO
requirements by the agency POCs upon receipt. Receipt and inspection will acknowledged by
the D/A POC by signature on the Receiving Report Form DD250. The signed DD250 will be
provided to the FEDSIM COR for final execution and proof of deliverable completion.
Inspection may include validation of information or software through the use of automated tools,
testing, or inspections of the deliverables, as specified in the DO. The scope and nature of this
inspection will be sufficiently comprehensive to ensure the completeness, quality, and adequacy
of all deliverables.
The Government requires a period NTE 15 workdays after receipt of final deliverable items for
inspection and acceptance or rejection.
E.3 BASIS OF ACCEPTANCE
The basis for acceptance shall be in compliance with the requirements set forth in the DO, the
contractor’s quote and relevant terms and conditions of the contract. Deliverable items rejected
shall be corrected in accordance with the applicable clauses.
E.4 WRITTEN ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION BY THE GOVERNMENT
The FEDSIM Contracting Officer (CO)/COR will provide written notification of acceptance or
rejection (Section 9 – List of Attachments), of all final deliverables within 15 work days (unless
specified otherwise in Section F – Deliverables or Performance). All notifications of rejection
will be accompanied with an explanation of the specific deficiencies causing the rejection.
E.5 NON-CONFORMING PRODUCTS OR SERVICES
Non-conforming products or services will be rejected. Deficiencies shall be corrected, by the
contractor, within 10 workdays of the rejection notice. If the deficiencies cannot be corrected
within 10 workdays, the contractor shall immediately notify the FEDSIM COR of the reason for
the delay and provide a proposed corrective action plan within 10 workdays.
If the contractor does not provide products that conform to the requirements of this DO, the
Government will not pay the fixed price associated with the non-conforming products or
services.
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SECTION F - DELIVERABLES OR PERFORMANCE
F.1 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
The period of performance for this DO is a one-year base period and a single, one-year option
period.
F.2 PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
Products will be delivered to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), or the Department of Treasury (Treasury), as
indicated in Section A. Maintenance on the software licenses shall be delivered no later than
10 days from award.
EEOC, EPA, and Treasury will be the owners of the product upon acceptance. No transfer of
products from DHS to EEOC, EPA, or Treasury will occur.
EEOC, EPA, and Treasury contact information to be provided upon award.
F.3 TASK ORDER SCHEDULE AND MILESTONE DATES
The following schedule of milestones will be used by the FEDSIM COR to monitor timely
progress under this DO.
The following abbreviations are used in this schedule:
NLT: No Later Than
DOA: Delivery Order Award
All references to Days: Government Workdays
Deliverables are due the next Government workday if the due date falls on a holiday or weekend.
The contractor shall deliver the deliverables listed in the following table on the dates specified:
DELIVERABLE
RFQ REFERENCE
DATE of
COMPLETION/DELIVERY
Copy of DO (initial award and
all modifications)
5.4 PUBLIC RELEASE OF
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
REQUIREMENT
Within 10 work days of DOA
Material Inspection and
Receipt Report
DD Form 250
Within 20 work days of DOA
F.4 PUBLIC RELEASE OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS REQUIREMENT
The contractor agrees to submit, within ten workdays from the date of the FEDSIM CO’s
execution of the initial DO, or any modification to the DO (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and
Federal holidays), a portable document format (PDF) file of the fully executed document with
all proposed necessary redactions, including redactions of any trade secrets or any commercial or
financial information that it believes to be privileged or confidential business information, for the
purpose of public disclosure at the sole discretion of GSA. The contractor agrees to provide a
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detailed written statement specifying the basis for each of its proposed redactions, including the
applicable exemption under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 United States Code
(U.S.C.) § 552, and, in the case of FOIA Exemption 4, 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(4), shall explain why
the information is considered to be a trade secret or commercial or financial information that is
privileged or confidential. Information provided by the contractor in response to the contract
requirement may itself be subject to disclosure under the FOIA. Submission of the proposed
redactions constitutes concurrence of release under FOIA.
GSA will carefully consider the entire contractor’s proposed redactions and associated grounds
for nondisclosure prior to making a final determination as to what information in such executed
documents may be properly withheld.
F.5 PLACE(S) OF DELIVERY
Copies of all deliverables shall be delivered to the FEDSIM COR at the following addresses:
GSA FAS AAS FEDSIM
ATTN: Kyle Harrer, COR
1800 F Street, NW
Suite 3100
Washington, D.C. 20405
Telephone: (703) 603-8200
Email: [email protected]
Copies of all deliverables shall also be delivered to the DHS TPOC. The TPOC name, address,
and contact information will be provided at award.
F.6 DELIVERABLES ASSOCIATED WITH PROCUREMENT AND ACCEPTANCE
OF PRODUCTS
A Receiving Report, Form DD250 (Section 9 – List of Attachments, Attachment B), shall be
prepared by the contractor and provided to the receiving agency at the time of product
delivery. The receiving agency shall review the received products and sign the DD250 to
show concurrence with the product and quantity received. The signed version of the DD250
shall then be submitted to the FEDSIM COR for acknowledgement of product receipt. The
FEDSIM COR will review and, if approved, sign the DD250 and return it to the contractor.
The contractor shall use the fully executed DD250 as supporting documentation when
submitting the invoice.
F.6.1 INVOICE
Once the product(s) have been accepted by the Government, as documented by the fully
executed DD250, the contractor shall submit an invoice in accordance with Section 6 –
Contract Administration Data. The executed DD250 shall be submitted as supporting
documentation as part of the invoice submission.
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SECTION G - CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION DATA
G.1 CONTRACTING OFFICER’S REPRESENTATIVE (COR)
The FEDSIM CO appointed a FEDSIM COR in writing through a COR Appointment Letter
(Section 9 – List of Attachments, Attachment A). The FEDSIM COR will receive, for the
Government, all work called for by the DO and will represent the FEDSIM CO in the technical
phases of the work. The FEDSIM COR will provide no supervisory or instructional assistance to
contractor personnel.
The FEDSIM COR is not authorized to change any of the terms and conditions, scope, schedule,
and price of the Contract or the DO. Changes in the scope of work will be made only by the
FEDSIM CO by properly executed modifications to the Contract or the DO.
G.1.1 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
Contracting Officer:
John Terrell
GSA FAS AAS FEDSIM
1800 F Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20405
Telephone: (703) 605-2748
Email: [email protected]
Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR):
Kyle Harrer
GSA FAS AAS FEDSIM
1800 F Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20405
Telephone: (703) 603-8200
Email: [email protected]
Technical Point of Contact:
Provided after award.
G.2 INVOICE SUBMISSION
The contractor shall submit Requests for Payments in accordance with the format contained in
General Services Administration Acquisition Manual (GSAM) 552.232-25, PROMPT
PAYMENT (NOV 2009), to be considered proper for payment. In addition, the following data
elements shall be included on each invoice.
Delivery Order Number: (from GSA Form 300, Block 2)
Paying Number: (ACT/DAC NO.) (From GSA Form 300, Block 4)
FEDSIM Project Number: HS00829
Project Title: CDM License Maintenance Delivery Order 2 (DO-CLM2)
The contractor shall certify with a signed and dated statement that the invoice is correct and
proper for payment.
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SECTION G - CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION DATA
The contractor shall provide invoice backup data in accordance with the contract type, including
detail such as fully executed DD250s.
The contractor shall submit invoices as follows:
The contractor shall utilize FEDSIM’s electronic Assisted Services Shared Information SysTem
(ASSIST) to submit invoices. The contractor shall submit invoices electronically by logging onto
the following link (requires Internet Explorer to access the link):
https://portal.fas.gsa.gov
Log in using your assigned ID and password, navigate to the order against which you want to
invoice, click the Invoices and Acceptance Reports link in the left navigator, and then click the
Create New Invoice button. The AASBS Help Desk should be contacted for support at 877-4724877 (toll free) or by email at [email protected] By utilizing this method, no paper
copy of the invoice shall be submitted to GSA FEDSIM or the GSA Finance Center. However,
the FEDSIM COR may require the contractor to submit a written “hardcopy” invoice with the
client’s certification prior to invoice payment. A paper copy of the invoice is required for a
credit.
G.3 INVOICE REQUIREMENTS
The contractor shall submit a draft copy of an invoice and supporting documentation to the
FEDSIM COR, FEDSIM PPM and DHS TPOC for review prior to its submission to GSA. The
draft invoice shall not be construed as a proper invoice in accordance with FAR 32.9 and GSAM
532.9.
The final invoice is desired to be submitted within six months of project completion.
G.3.1 FIRM-FIXED-PRICE SUBMISSIONS
The contractor may invoice for the FFP CLINs upon acceptance of the products listed in Section
B. The invoice shall include the period of performance/deliverable or payment period covered
by the invoice and the CLIN number and title.
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SECTION H – SPECIAL CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
H.1 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
H.1.1 ENCRYPTION COMPLIANCE
The tools and sensors should comply with the following methods for encrypting sensitive
information:
1. FIPS 197 (Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)) 256 algorithm and cryptographic
modules that have been validated under FIPS 140-2.
2. National Security Agency (NSA) Type 2 or Type 1 encryption.
3. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) (see paragraph 5.5.2.1 of the Department of Homeland
Security (DHS) IT Security Program Handbook (DHS MD 4300A) for Sensitive
Systems).
H.1.2 SECURITY AUTHORIZATION
The D/A security authorization for their existing CDM structure will be used to incorporate the
tools and sensors provided within the scope of this DO. The contactor shall declare, prior to
delivery, the products and quantities being delivered to each D/A as specified in Section F.2 so
that the D/As may authorize and accept the products into their accredited IT systems.
H.2 SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS
Unless the Government invokes an exemption, all Electronic and Information Technology (EIT)
products and services provided shall fully comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, per the 1998 Amendments, 29 U.S.C. 794d, and the Architectural and Transportation
Barriers Compliance Board’s Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards at
36 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1194. The contractor shall identify all EIT products and
services provided, identify the technical standards applicable to all products and services
proposed, and state the degree of compliance with the applicable standards. Additionally, the
contractor must clearly indicate where the information pertaining to Section 508 compliance can
be found (e.g., Vendor’s or other exact web page location). The contractor must ensure that the
list is easily accessible by typical users beginning at time of award.
All EIT deliverables within this DO shall comply with the applicable technical and functional
performance criteria of Section 508 unless exempt. Specifically, the following applicable EIT
accessibility standards have been identified:
a. 36 CFR 1194.21 Software Applications and Operating Systems, applies to all EIT
software applications and operating systems procured or developed under this work
statement including, but not limited to, Government Off-the-Shelf (GOTS) and
Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS)/Open Source Code software. In addition, this
standard is to be applied to web-based applications when needed to fulfill the functional
performance criteria. This standard also applies to some web-based applications as
described within 36 CFR 1194.22.
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b. 36 CFR 1194.22 Web-based Intranet and Internet Information and Applications, applies
to all web-based deliverables, including documentation and reports procured or
developed under this work statement. When any web application uses a dynamic (nonstatic) interface, embeds custom user control(s), embeds video or multimedia, uses
proprietary or technical approaches such as, but not limited to, Flash or Asynchronous
JavaScript and XML (AJAX, ,then 1194.21 Software standards also apply to fulfill
functional performance criteria.
c. 36 CFR 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria, applies to all EIT deliverables
regardless of delivery method. All EIT deliverable shall use technical standards,
regardless of technology, to fulfill the functional performance criteria.
d. 36 CFR 1194.41 Information Documentation and Support, applies to all documents,
reports, as well as help and support services. To ensure that documents and reports fulfill
the required 1194.31 Functional Performance Criteria, they shall comply with the
technical standard associated with web-based intranet and internet information and
applications at a minimum. In addition, any help or support provided in this work
statement that offer telephone support, such as, but not limited to, a help desk, shall have
the ability to transmit and receive messages using Text Telephone (TTY).
e. 36 CFR 1194.2(b) COTS/Open Source Code/GOTS products; when procuring a product,
each agency shall procure products which comply with the provisions in this part when
such products are available in the commercial marketplace or when such products are
developed in response to a Government solicitation. Agencies cannot claim a product as a
whole is not commercially available because no product in the marketplace meets all the
standards. If products are commercially available that meet some but not all of the
standards, the agency must procure the product that best meets the standards. When
applying this standard, all procurements of EIT shall have documentation of market
research that identify a list of products or services that first meet the agency business
needs, and from that list of products or services, an analysis that the selected product met
more of the accessibility requirements than the non-selected products as required by FAR
39.2. Any selection of a product or service that meets less accessibility standards due to a
significant difficulty or expense shall only be permitted under an undue burden claim and
requires authorization from the DHS Office of Accessible Systems and Technology
(OAST) in accordance with DHS Management Directive (MD) 4010.2.
All tasks for testing of functional and/or technical requirements must include specific testing for
Section 508 compliance to be validated by the DHS Accessibility Office and must use DHS
OAST-approved testing methods and tools.
H.3 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The existence of any patent, patent application or other intellectual property right that encumbers
any deliverable must be disclosed in writing on the cover letter that accompanies the delivery. If
no such disclosures are provided, the data rights provisions in FAR 52.227-14 apply.
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SECTION I - CONTRACT CLAUSES
I.1 52.252-2 CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)
This DO incorporates one or more clauses by reference with the same force and effect as if they
were given in full text. Upon request, the FEDSIM CO will make their full text available. Also,
the full text of a provision may be accessed electronically at the FAR website:
http://www.acquisition.gov/far/
FAR
52.204-2
52.204-9
52.217-7
52.227-14
52.239-1
52.251-7
TITLE
Security Requirements
Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel
Option for Increased Quantity -- Separately Priced Line
Item
Rights in Data – General Alternate II and III
Privacy or Security Safeguards
Government Supply Sources
DATE
Aug 1996
Jan 2011
Mar 1989
May 2014
Aug 1996
Apr 2012
52.217-9 OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CONTRACT (MAR 2000)
a. The Government may extend the term of this contract by written notice to the Contractor within 30
days; provided that the Government gives the Contractor a preliminary written notice of its intent to
extend at least 30 days before the contract expires. The preliminary notice does not commit the
Government to an extension.
b. If the Government exercises this option, the extended contract shall be considered to include this
option clause.
c. The total duration of this contract, including the exercise of any options under this clause, shall not
exceed 24 months
I.2 GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ACQUISITION MANUAL (GSAM)
CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE
The full text of a provision may be accessed electronically at the GSAM website:
https://www.acquisition.gov/gsam/gsam.html
GSAM
552.232.25
TITLE
Prompt Payment
DATE
Nov 2009
I.3 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) ACQUISITION
REGULATION SUPPLEMENTS (HSAR) CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY
REFERENCE
The full text of a provision may be accessed electronically at HSAR website:
www.dhs.gov/publication/homeland-security-acquisition-regulation-deviations/
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HSAR
HSAR Class
Deviation 1501
TITLE
Safeguarding of Sensitive Information
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SECTION J - LIST OF ATTACHMENTS
J.1 LIST OF ATTACHMENTS
The following attachments are attached, either in full text or electronically at the end of the RFQ.
Attachment
A
B
Title
COR Appointment Letter
Receiving Report DD250
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SECTION K - REPRESENTATIONS, CERTIFICATIONS, AND OTHER STATEMENTS OF
OFFERORS OR RESPONDENTS
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SECTION L – INSTRUCTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND NOTICES TO OFFERORS
L.1 SUBMISSION OF OFFERS
Quotes shall be submitted in electronic format. The quote shall contain the following:
1. Section 50 Compliance Statement
2. Price Quote
3. Bill of Materials
L.1.1 SECTION 508 COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
The offeror’s written quote shall include a statement indicating its capability to comply with
Section 508 requirements throughout its performance of this DO in compliance with Section
7.3. The offeror’s quote will be evaluated to determine whether it includes a statement
indicating its capability to comply with Section 508 requirements throughout its performance of
this DO. Any quote that does not include a statement indicating the offeror’s capability to
comply with Section 508 requirements throughout its performance of this DO shall be
eliminated from further consideration for award.
L.1.2 PRICE QUOTE
The price quote shall contain a list of proposed materials that will satisfy the requirements
stated in this RFQ. The itemized list of materials must include the description, quantity, unit
price, and extended price for each line in the proposed list. In the event the offeror utilizes a
different product identification numbering scheme than that utilized by the manufacturer, the
price quote shall provide a cross reference between the offeror’s numbering scheme and the
manufacturer’s part number.
L.1.3 BILL OF MATERIALS – TECHNICAL QUOTE
Offerors shall submit a combined Technical quote with an itemized list of proposed items that
will satisfy the requirements stated in this RFQ.
Offerors must submit an itemized list of proposed items that will satisfy the requirements stated
in this RFQ (see Sections 1.2.1 and 1.2.2). It is requested that offerors use the exact table format
in Sections 1.2.1 and 1.2.2. The itemized list of materials must include the part number,
description, quantity, units, unit price, and extended price for each line in the proposed list.
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SECTION M – EVALUATION FACTORS FOR AWARD
M.1 METHOD OF AWARD
The Government anticipates awarding a single Delivery Order to the offeror whose proposal is
lowest-priced, technically acceptable (LPTA) for the total of all items. Proposals will be
evaluated based on the compliance and factors described herein in Section L and M. Prices will
be assessed for fairness and reasonableness and all proposed pricing must be based upon the
offeror’s existing NASA SEWP V pricing.
Quotes shall set forth full, accurate, and complete information as required by this solicitation
package. The penalty for making false statements in quotes is prescribed in 18 U.S.C. 1001.
M.2 EVALUATION CRITERIA
The Government will evaluate the quote for technical acceptability in accordance with Section
11.3.
The quote must provide all items in Section L.1.
a) Technical Acceptance: The Government can reject any quote that does not provide a
Section 508 Compliance Statement in accordance with Section L.1.1. The 508
Compliance Statement will be evaluated on a Technically Acceptable basis.
b) Technical Acceptance: The Government can reject any quote that includes part numbers
which are not listed on the offeror’s respective NASA SEWP V contract.
M.3 PRICE PROPOSAL EVALUATION
The Price Proposal will be evaluated to determine price reasonableness based upon existing
NASA SEWP V pricing and upon any discounts offered. Price reasonableness will also include a
determination by the Government that proper discounts have been offered commensurate with
maximum order thresholds for prime contractors and teaming partners and in accordance with
subcontractor arrangements.
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