U.S. Army RedStone Arsenal Space and Missile Command Huntsville Alabama
Buyer Name: JEREMY WATERS
Buyer Office Symbol/Telephone Number: CCAM-RD-D/(256)876-3139
Type of Contract: Firm Fixed Price
Kind of Contract: Supply Contracts and Priced Orders
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Type of Business: Other Small Business Performing in U.S.
Surveillance Criticality Designator: C
BPA Expiration Date: 2015OCT31
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BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENT NUMBER W31P4Q-15-A-0008 with LCE Newport Beach IT Inc. for Weapons Development and Integration
Directorate (WDID) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA).
1 . GENERAL. This document sets forth the terms for establishment of this Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). This BPA is a written instrument of understanding between the Government and LCE Newport Beach IT Inc, and contains terms and clauses applying to future
delivery orders which may be placed under this BPA during its term, a description of the supplies to be provided, and the method for pricing, issuing and delivering future delivery orders. This BPA is not a contract, does not obligate any funds, nor imply any agreement by the Government to place future delivery orders with the contractor. Any and all references to "contract" or "delivery order" \f this document shall be interpreted, construed and understood to read "Blanket Purchase Agreement."
Pursuant to FAR 13.303, the contractor agrees to the terms of this BPA with the U.S. Army Contracting Command - Redstone in support
of the WDID.
2 . DESCRIPTION. This BPA is entered into as a result of Combined Synopsis/Solicitation Number W31P4Q-14-T-0242 issued for commercial
items by the U.S. Army Contracting Command - Redstone (ACC-R), in support of the Weapons Development and Integration Directorate
(WDID), for a centralized vehicle which offers a wide array of research and development test equipment products, materials, and
supplies, also to include communications equipment and other equipment required to support the WDID mission that may be used by the
WDID in developing new technical capabilities through the integrated use of these products and to fulfill customer requirements.
These products are often specialized configurations of commercial equipment. This range of products and capabilities will include
cameras and lenses; lasers; frequency analyzers and converters; lathes and other metalworking equipment; raw materials;
equipment; electrical/electronic equipment and components; electro-mechanical equipment and components; communications equipment; and
general and specialized support equipment required to accomplish the WDID technical mission. Purchases under the BPAs shall be limited
to the following Federal Supply Classes:
12 Fire Control Equipment;
13 Ammunition and Explosives;
14 Guided Missiles;
15 Aircraft and Airframe Structural Components;
16 Aircraft Components and Accessories;
17 Aircraft Launching, Landing and Ground Handling Equipment;
20 Ship and Marine Equipment;
23 Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Cycles;
28 Engines, Turbines and Components;
29 Engine Accessories;
30 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment;
34 Metalworking Machinery;
35 Service and Trade Equipment;
36 Special Industry Machinery;
39 Materials Handling Equipment;
40 Rope, Cable, Chain, and Fittings;
43 Pumps and Compressors;
46 Water Purification and Sewage Treatment Equipment;
47 Pipe, Tubing, Hose and Fittings;
49 Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment;
52 - Measuring Tools;
53 Hardware and Abrasives;
59 Electrical and Electrical Equipment Components;
60 - Fiber Optics Materials, Components, Assemblies and Accessories;
61 Electric Wire, and Power and Distribution Equipment;
66 Instruments and Laboratory Equipment;
67 - Photographic Equipment;
LCE NEWPORT BEACH IT INC
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68 Chemicals and Chemical Products;
69 Training Aids and Devices;
70 Automatic Data Processing Equipment (Including Firmware), Software, Supplies and Support Equipment;
80 Brushes, Paints and Sealers and Adhesives;
81 Containers, Packaging, and Packing Supplies;
91 Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes;
93 Nonmetallic Fabricated Materials;
94 Nonmetallic Crude Materials;
95 Metal Bars, Sheets, and Shapes;
96 Ores, Minerals, and Their Primary Products;
100 Maintenance, Repair and Rebuilding of Equipment for the Federal Supply Codes above)
BPA TERM AND RENEWAL.
The contractor shall furnish supplies/equipment from the above listed Federal Supply Classes when issued by
the Contracting Officer or the Ordering Officer designated by the Contracting Officer from the date of this agreement through
The Government may unilaterally extend the term of this BPA by exercising the following options via written notice to the Contractor within the periods specified below:
OPTION I: Option I may be exercised anytime during the period 1 October 2015 through 31 October 2015.
If exercised, Option I will extend the BPA term from 1 November 2015 through 31 October 2016.
OPTION II: Option II may be exercised anytime during the period 1 October 2016 through 31 October 2016. If exercised, Option II.
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Subpart 19.14—Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Procurement Program
(a) The Veterans Benefit Act of 2003 (15 U.S.C. 657f) created the procurement program for small business concerns owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans (commonly referred to as the “Service-Disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Procurement Program”).
(b) The purpose of the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Program is to provide Federal contracting assistance to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns.
The procedures in this subpart apply to all Federal agencies that employ one or more contracting officers.
19.1403 Status as a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.
(a) Status as a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern is determined in accordance with 13 CFR Parts 125.8 through 125.13; also see 19.307.
(b) At the time that a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern submits its offer, it must represent to the contracting officer that it is a—
(1) Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern; and
(2) Small business concern under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to the procurement.
(c) A joint venture may be considered a service-disabled veteran owned small business concern if—
(1) At least one member of the joint venture is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern, and makes the representations in paragraph (b) of this section;
(2) Each other concern is small under the size standard corresponding to the NAICS code assigned to the procurement;
(3) The joint venture meets the requirements of paragraph 7 of the explanation of Affiliates in 19.101; and
(4) The joint venture meets the requirements of 13 CFR 125.15(b).
(d) Any service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern (nonmanufacturer) must meet the requirements in 19.102(f) to receive a benefit under this program.
This subpart does not apply to—
(a) Requirements that can be satisfied through award to—
(1) Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (see Subpart 8.6);
(2) AbilityOne participating non-profit agencies for the blind or severely disabled (see Subpart 8.7);
(b) Orders under indefinite-delivery contracts (see subpart 16.5). (But see 16.505(b)(2)(i)(F) for discretionary set-asides of orders);
(c) Orders against Federal Supply Schedules (see subpart 8.4). (But see 8.405-5 for discretionary set-asides of orders); or
(d) Requirements currently being performed by an 8(a) participant or requirements SBA has accepted for performance under the authority of the 8(a) Program, unless SBA has consented to release the requirements from the 8(a) Program.
19.1405 Service-disabled veteran-owned small business set-aside procedures.
(a) The contracting officer—
(1) Shall comply with 19.203 before deciding to set aside an acquisition under the SDVOSB Program;
(2) May set-aside acquisitions exceeding the micro-purchase threshold for competition restricted to SDVOSB concerns when the requirements of paragraph (b) of this section can be satisfied; and
(3) Shall consider SDVOSB set-asides before considering SDVOSB sole source awards (see 19.1406) or small business set-asides (see subpart 19.5).
(b) To set aside an acquisition for competition restricted to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, the contracting officer must have a reasonable expectation that—
(1) Offers will be received from two or more service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns; and
(2) Award will be made at a fair market price.
(c) If the contracting officer receives only one acceptable offer from a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern in response to a set-aside, the contracting officer should make an award to that concern. If the contracting officer receives no acceptable offers from service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, the service-disabled veteran-owned set-aside shall be withdrawn and the requirement, if still valid, set aside for small business concerns, as appropriate (see 19.203).
(d) The procedures at 19.202-1 and, except for acquisitions not exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold, at 19.402 apply to this section. When the SBA intends to appeal a contracting officer’s decision to reject a recommendation of the SBA procurement center representative (or, if a procurement center representative is not assigned, see 19.402(a)) to set aside an acquisition for competition restricted to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns, the SBA procurement center representative shall notify the contracting officer, in writing, of its intent within 5 working days of receiving the contracting officer’s notice of rejection. Upon receipt of notice of SBA’s intent to appeal, the contracting officer shall suspend action on the acquisition unless the head of the contracting activity makes a written determination that urgent and compelling circumstances, which significantly affect the interests of the Government, exist. Within 15 working days of SBA’s notification to the contracting officer, SBA shall file its formal appeal with the head of the contracting activity, or that agency may consider the appeal withdrawn. The head of the contracting activity shall reply to SBA within 15 working days of receiving the appeal. The decision of the head of the contracting activity shall be final.
19.1406 Sole source awards to service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns.
(a) A contracting officer shall consider a contract award to a SDVOSB concern on a sole source basis (see 6.302-5(b)(6)), before considering small business set-asides (see 19.203 and subpart19.5) provided none of the exclusions of 19.1404 apply and—
(1) The contracting officer does not have a reasonable expectation that offers would be received from two or more service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns;
(2) The anticipated award price of the contract, including options, will not exceed—
(i) $6.5 million for a requirement within the NAICS codes for manufacturing; or
(ii) $4 million for a requirement within any other NAICS code;
(3) The requirement is not currently being performed by an 8(a) participant under the provisions of Subpart 19.8 or has been accepted as a requirement by SBA under Subpart 19.8;
(4) The service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern has been determined to be a responsible contractor with respect to performance; and
(5) Award can be made at a fair and reasonable price.
(b) The SBA has the right to appeal the contracting officer’s decision not to make a service-disabled veteran-owned small business sole source award.
19.1407 Contract clauses.
The contracting officer shall insert the clause 52.219-27, Notice of Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside, in solicitations and contracts for acquisitions that are set aside or reserved for, or awarded on a sole source basis to, service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns under 19.1405 and 19.1406. This includes multiple-award contracts when orders may be set aside for service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns as described in 8.405-5 and 16.505(b)(2)(i)(F).