Optionally-Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) Program

Agency: Department of the Army
State: Michigan
Type of Government: Federal
Category:
  • A - Research and development
Posted: Jun 25, 2019
Due: Oct 1, 2019
Solicitation No: W56HZV-18-R-0174_
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Solicitation Number :
W56HZV-18-R-0174_
Notice Type :
Solicitation
Synopsis :
Added: Mar 25, 2019 8:36 am Modified: Apr 23, 2019 7:43 am Track Changes
US Army Contracting Command, Army Contracting Command - Warren, Warren, MI, intends to issue a full and open Request for Proposal for the Next Generation Combat Vehicle - Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (NGCV-OMFV) under solicitation number W56HZV-18-R-0174. The NGCV-OMFV is a new combat vehicle that will provide Armor Brigade Combat Teams (ABCTs) a mobile, purpose built manned platform that will maneuver Soldiers to a point of positional advantage to engage in close combat. It will deliver decisive lethality and Soldiers to the battlefield during the execution of combined arms maneuver.

The Government intends to award up to two Middle Tier Acquisition (MTA) Rapid Prototyping (RP) contracts. The MTA RP will be a Firm-Fixed Price contract with a base award that may include multiple options. The MTA RP effort consists of procuring 14 pre-production vehicles (per contractor), two Ballistic Hull and Turrets (per contractor), armor coupons, and logistics products.


There are no small business set-asides planned for this solicitation. Additionally, this is a new requirement; therefore, there is no incumbent information to provide.


The proposals will be due approximately 180 days after the RFP is released. As part of this requirement, Offerors may be required to submit a bid sample and armor coupons to substantiate proposal data. Contract award is targeted for 2nd quarter of FY 2020.

Added: Mar 25, 2019 8:45 am Modified: Mar 25, 2019 9:01 am Track Changes

This notice is created in place of a previous announcement due to an issue with the Fed Biz Opps website. The previous announcement is no longer in FBO. The information from the previous post, regarding the Government's requirement, will remain the same and apply to this announcement. We will post all new information, including the most current attachments, to this notice.


For questions of clarity, please refer to the POCs listed under this announcement.

Added: Mar 26, 2019 8:04 am
The Government released a copy of slide deck today, 26Mar2019, of the NGCV-OMFV Engagement dated 13Mar2019, via a secure file exchange to those vendors who complied with the Instructions for Obtaining Unclassified Information. If you did not receive an email from the Government and complied with the instructions, please send an email to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil so that we can look into the issue.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING UNCLASSIFIED/FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO) INFORMATION:
A. If your organization would like any unclassified solicitation documentation, please send an email to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil.
B. The subject line of your email should include the title of the document(s) requested, using the example format as follows (exclusive of the parenthesis): "(Vendor Name) - Request copy of the unclassified draft purchase description"
C. The body of your email should reiterate the documentation requested.
D. Your email must also include the following information; when submitting attachments, please ensure they are in a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file format:
1. Company name and corresponding CAGE code
2. A copy of your DD2345, Militarily Critical Technical Data Agreement, approved by the Joint Certification Office (JCO); NOTE: If you have previously provided a copy of your DD2345 to the Government in support of this program, please let us know

For future reference:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION:
A. If your organization would like any classified solicitation documentation, please send an email to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil.
B. The subject line of your email should include the title of the document requested, following the example format as follows (exclusive of the parenthesis): "(Vendor Name) - Request copy of the draft classified annex to the draft purchase description"
C. The body of your email should reiterate the documentation requested.
D. Also include the following information; when submitting attachments, please ensure they are in a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file format:
1. Company name, address, and corresponding CAGE code
2. Verification of an approved SECRET Facility Clearance (i.e., Industrial Security Facilities Database (ISFD) document)
3. Classified mailing address
4. Facility Security Officer (FSO) and contact information
5. Defense Security Service (DSS) Representative name and contact information
6. National Interest Determination (NID) certification (for foreign own companies)

Added: Mar 28, 2019 2:13 pm
As part of the Industry Day registration process, the Government asked vendors whether they wanted their company name published to the NGCV-OMFV FBO website as an interested potential prime or sub offeror or teammate for the upcoming solicitation. Responses to that question are what constitute this list.

The Government is providing company information as a courtesy for members of industry to utilize; the Government will not be providing specific contact information beyond the company name and CAGE code.


The list of vendors provided does not constitute a comprehensive list of all potential prime or sub offerors or teammates.


Additionally, the Government, in providing this list of companies, does not claim nor disclaim the availability or viability of these firms as potential prime or sub offerors or teammates, nor does it endorse the use of these vendors.


If you would like your name published to this list, please contact the official NGCV-OMFV mailbox: usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil.

Added: Mar 29, 2019 4:18 pm
Army Contracting Command - Warren is releasing Request for Proposal (RFP) W56HZV-18-R-0174 for the Next Generation Combat Vehicle - Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (NGCV-OMFV) system. Please see the RFP for instructions.
Added: Apr 09, 2019 12:37 pm Modified: Jun 06, 2019 2:13 pm Track Changes
Modified on 6 June 2019 to reorganize the Q&A's

The United States Government intends to answer questions in response to the Request for Proposal W56HZV-18-R-0174 in order to provide information to the interested vendors in pursuit of developing the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV). Only Distribution A documents that are authorized for public release will be posted to FBO. Distribution D/For Official Use Only documents will be posted through AMRDEC. Please Note: The United States Government requires that all offerors must have a valid facility clearance of SECRET or higher in order to respond to this solicitation. Offerors who have not had prior access to FOUO attachments shall follow the INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING UNCLASSIFIED/FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO) INFORMATION posted on FBO.


Q1: In reviewing the list of attachments, it appears the following were not on either the AMRDEC or FBO sites for download.


Attachment 44- Soldier Assessment Checklist


Attachment 91- TOW Performance


Attachment 97- Contractor's Purchase Description


Attachment 100- Night Vision Integrated Performance Model (NV-IPM) Input Deck


Attachment 112- Design Maturity Review Checklist


A1: Attachment 0044 - Soldier Assessment Checklist will be released by the United States Government on FBO once complete.


Attachments 0091 & 0100 - These attachments are Classified and will not be posted to FBO. Please follow the posted guidance on FBO to received Classified Data.


Attachment 0097- Contractor's Purchase Description - IAW Section L.4.5.2.1 This Contractor's Purchase Description "will be created by the government based on the Offeror's proposed levels of performance input into Requirements Compliance Matrix. The Contractor's Purchase Description will be incorporated into the resultant contract as Attachment 0097." This attachment will not be applicable until contract award.


Attachment 0112 - Was in advertently included in Section J. It will be permanently removed from the RFP in a future amendment. Please disregard as it is not applicable to this procurement.


Q2: The VATEP values do not appear to be listed.


A2: The VATEP Adjustment Spreadsheet includes values. Simply enter the information identified in the attachment to show the values.


Q3: How do we receive JBC-P Technical Documentation?


A3: INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESS TO JBC-P TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION


In order to be eligible to receive JBC-P Technical Documentation, interested parties must supply proof of International Traffic In Arms Regulation (ITAR) compliance by submitting a copy of their Department of Statement, Defense Trade Controls Compliance (DDTC) registration statement with valid date (vendor may redact vendor registrant code), sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), and sign a Compliance Certification. Return copies of both documents to sandra.l.lindecamp.civ@mail.mil and to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil .


Once all of these items are received and verified the documentation will be released to Vendor Point of Contact via AMRDEC SAFE.


Attachments: Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and NGCV Access Compliance Certification, are attached.


Q4: How do we receive the Northrop Grumman information referenced in PD para 3.3.3.3.


A4: POC for Northrop Grumman is Quinn Canole (480) 324-5488


Q5: We request the XM813 Weapon/Ammunition Interface listed an Attachment 0009.


A5: In order to receive this information, you must fill out the attached XM813 Ammo-Weapon ICD Special License Agreement Schedule DUA and submit a copy to michael.e.ellis7.civ@mail.mil and to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil .

Q6: Is the intent of paragraph B.4.1.4.1 that the requirement for protection levels cited in the referenced tables in section B.4.2 is applicable to occupied areas of the vehicle only?


A6: B.4.1.4.1 is the force protection requirement for threats listed in B.4.2 and sub paragraphs. Each sub-paragraph B.4.2.1-13 specially calls out an OMFV (vehicle level) or occupant survivability requirement for each threat. Table 23 & table 28 provide additional guidance for turret protection, depending on type of turret (manned or unmanned).


Q7: There are many math errors and MS Excel cell calculations that are incorrect. Can this list be updated?


A7: Attachment 0090 - OMFV Soldier Load List has been updated. It will be released via AMRDEC to the approved vendors and will be included in an upcoming RFP Amendment.


Q8: With the release of the final solicitation was an amended performance specification made available?


A8: Yes. A revised version of Attachment 0007 Government's Purchase Description was released on 29 March 2019 and Attachment 0008 Government's Classified Purchase Description was released immediately following the RFP release.


Q9: With respect to the System Security Plan (SSP) requirement proposed in the solicitation, section C.7.5.2, we have concerns regarding the flow down to suppliers. We request the following paragraph be removed from the proposed scope in pertinent part:


"The Contractor shall, upon request, provide the government with access to the system security plan(s) (or extracts thereof) and any associated plans of action for each of the Contractors tier one level subcontractor(s), vendor(s), and/or supplier(s), and the subcontractors tier one level subcontractor(s), vendor(s), and/or supplier(s), who process, store, or transmit covered defense information associated with the execution and performance of this contract. The contractor shall report IAW CDRL A148."


Offeror Rationale: This scope imposes additional requirements beyond DFARS 252.204-7012, which does not require submission of an SSP at either the prime or subcontractor level. Additionally, the scope is unclear as to what roles the offeror and/or the Government may have in reviewing and approving supplier SSPs or determining compliance. Further, many suppliers consider cybersecurity and SSP information competition sensitive and will not provide directly to the offeror.


A9: System Security Plan sections C.7.5.1 and C.7.5.2 will be retained in the NGCV-OMFV RFP since they are required as prescribed by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense memo "Guidance for Assessing Compliance and Enhancing Protections Required by DFARS Clause 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting" dated 06 November 2018 and Assistant Secretary of Defense memo "Strengthening Contract Requirements Language for Cybersecurity in the Defense Industrial Base" dated 17 December 2018 which enhance the requirements provided by DFARS Clause 252.204-7012.


Q10: Would the USG consider an offeror's proposal to be unaffordable IAW M.3.2 if costs are deferred from one funding period to the next in order to remain below the incremental funding amounts?


A10: Deferring costs as suggested is not acceptable. Such a proposal would be rejected IAW M.2 of the RFP since it would be in violation of DFARS 252.232-7007 Limitation of Government's Obligation which states in relevant part "...the Contractor agrees to perform up to the point at which the total amount payable by the Government, including reimbursement in the event of termination of those item(s) for the Government's convenience, approximates the total amount currently allotted to the contract. The Contractor is not authorized to continue work on those item(s) beyond that point."


Q11: Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.4.1 states that ... "The Contractor shall host and conduct PMRs every six months, beginning six months after DMR." Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.4.2 states that ... "The final PMR shall be conducted ... no sooner than 34 months after contract award." Section B Item No. 0001 states that performance of the CLIN will be complete 1337 days (44 months) after award. Based on this, there will be no PMR during the last 8-10 months of contract performance. Please confirm this interpretation.


Section B Item No. 0001 states that performance of the CLIN will be complete 1337 days (44 months) after award (November 28, 2023 based on April 1, 2020 Award). Attachment 0021 reflects conclusion of all Test and Logistics scope by February 2023, with LRIP award shortly thereafter. It is unclear what MTA-RP scope is expected to continue between March and November 2023. Please clarify or update dates to reflect expected period of performance as aligned with scope.


A11: Section B001 will be revised to reflect a period of performance of 39 months after contract award (not 44 months). (1,337 days" would be changed to "1,186 days) PMRS shall be every 6 months after DMR and will continue to completion.


Q12: Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.4.2 states that ... "The final PMR shall be conducted in conjunction with the MMR and no sooner than 34 months after contract award." Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.6 states that ... "The Contractor shall host a MMR at their facility NLT 26 months after contract award." These paragraphs are contradictory; either the Final PMR should not be aligned with the MMR, or the MMR timing needs to change. Please provide the intended relationship and clarify in a future revision of the solicitation.


A12: Yes. The RFP was inadvertently not aligned with the program schedule. Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.4.2 will be revised from "The final PMR shall be conducted in conjunction with the MMR and no later than 34 months after contract award. In addition..." to "The final PMR shall be conducted no later than 34 months after contract award. In addition..."


Q13: The dates reflected in the Cost and Software Data Reporting Plan (Attachment 0004) are out of alignment with the Solicitation. Further, the timing described on the 'C1 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2' and the 'C2 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2' tabs are inconsistent. Proper timing is needed in order to anticipate delivery timing for CDRLs A009 through A014. It appears that the intent of the timing is:


a. Initial delivery at Contract Award


b. Annually in the beginning of March


c. Final delivery at Contract Completion


Please confirm that this is the correct assumption or clarify if it is incorrect.


A13: The CSDR submission event dates listed in the CSDR Plan (Attachment 0004) Blocks 14.e (AS OF DATE) and 14.f (DUE DATE) are not consistent with requirements identified elsewhere in the solicitation. However, interested offerors are reminded to read the Block 15 (REMARKS) within the CSDR Plan for further guidance on CSDR requirements. Of note, the ""REPORTING FREQUENCY DIRECTIONS"" on worksheet ""C1 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2"" from the CSDR Plan states:


All submission dates identified in Block 14 of this CSDR plan are for planning purposes only. All submission events for this contract plan are event driven.


-The Event 1, 2, and 3 submissions shall have an As of Date on the last day of the contractor's accounting month in which the contract was awarded.


- The Event 4, 5, and 6 submissions shall have an As of Date which is one year after Event 1's As of Date.


- The Event 7, 8, and 9 submissions shall have an As of Date which is one year after Event 4s As of Date.


- The Event 10, 11, and 12 submissions shall have an As of Date which is one year after Event 7's As of Date.


- The Event 13, 14 and, 15 submissions shall have an As of Date on the last day of the contractor's accounting month in which at least 95% of the estimated cost at complete associated with this CSDR contract plan have been incurred by the contractor.


A similar set of event triggers is provided on ""C2 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2"" in order to identify when submission events associated with that CSDR Contract Plan are required.


The dates listed on worksheets ""C1 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2"" and ""C2 - DD Form 2794, Pg 2"" also do not match. The submission events associated with the C1 plan are not expected to exactly match the event dates associated with the C2 plan. Interested offerors are once again reminded to review Block 15 (REMARKS) within the CSDR Plan, in particular section ""CSDR PLANNING APPROACH"" states:


The NGCV-OMFV CSDR Plan is comprised of two CSDR contract plans: (C1) the "Design & Engineering" plan and (C2) the "Manufacturing" plan. These CSDR contract plans - when combined - shall include reporting of any and all costs incurred by the contractor in order to perform the scopes of work associated with the NGCV-OMFV EMD contract.... The contract plans are mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive.


The dates will be finalized and provided to the offeror prior to contract award.


Q14: The Tier 2 requirements in the Purchase Description contain both Threshold (T) and Objective (O) requirements (e.g. PD paragraph 3.3.9.5 Cross Platform Pointing Laser and Receiver (CPPLR) [Tier 2]). Can it be assumed that the entire paragraph labeled with Tier 2 is considered "tradeable" and if not incorporated into the offeror's baseline, then the (T) requirements for the Tier 2 item would not require Self-Certification? Similarly, would the Annex B requirements related to the same Capability (i.e. CPPLR in this example) also be considered Tier 2? The Annex B does not contain the Tiering nomenclature. If an Offeror does include a Tier 2 element into its design, would the performance of that element need to meet the performance (T) at a minimum and Self Certify that element?


A14: In order to achieve VATEP credit on Tier 2 requirements, the Threshold, at a minimum, must be proposed, including any Thresholds specified in classified PD Annex B. Attachment 0045 Tab 5 is revised to include "Proposed Below Threshold" and "Not proposed" for the Tier 2 requirements. If a Tier 2 requirement is "Proposed Below Threshold" then the offer must self-certify to the proposed level of performance, including any below Threshold performance in the corresponding classified PD Annex B. Any Below Threshold performance for classified PD Annex B should be included in Attachment 0111. Do NOT include any Below Threshold performance for classified PD Annex B in Attachment 0045. If a Tier 2 requirement is "Not proposed", then an offer does not need to self-certify.


Q15: Attachment 0040, VATEP Adjustment Spreadsheet shows Tradable Tier 2 requirements can be traded below threshold or be nonā€compliant. Attachment 0045, requirements compliance matrix, tab 5 Tradeable Tier 2 requirements, does not have an option in the mandatory yellow field to trade the Tier 2, and the instructions require all fields to be filled. Please adjust Attachment 0045 to be consistent with Attachment 0040 and add 'below threshold or non-compliant' as an option, so tradable Tier 2 requirements can be traded.


A15: Attachment 0045 Tab 5 is revised to include "Proposed Below Threshold" and "Not proposed" for the Tier 2 requirements

Q16:
Section M identifies funding amounts for each Calendar Year.


Section B provides the funding amount for the first year only.


Should Section B funding information be the same as Section M?


A16: No. M.3.2.1 identifies the amount of funding available for each funding period. M.3.2 specifies the conditions which will render proposals unaffordable. Offerors may propose less than the total affordability amount of $617.4M, but must continue to meet the other conditions of M.3.2 to be affordable for award. To avoid confusion, the first year amount will be removed from Section B.


Q17: DFARS 252.215-7010 REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFIED COST OR PRICING DATA AND DATA OTHER THAN JAN/2018 CERTIFIED COST OR PRICING DATA (JAN2018)--ALTERNATE I (JAN 2018)), is included in Section L.


Recommend DFARS 252.215-7010 be deleted from the solicitation


Offerors Rationale: Since this effort is subject to competitive acquisition procedures, the exception to Certified Cost or Pricing Data per FAR 15.403-1 (b)(1) applies and thereby eliminates the requirement for the Offeror to provide Cost or Pricing Data.


A17: The following will be added to paragraph L.4.3.1 "In accordance with FAR 15.403-5(a)(1), certified cost or pricing data is not required for initial proposal submission. In accordance with Alternate 1 of DFARS 252.215-7010(d)(3), for its initial proposal submission, the offeror shall provide the data other than certified cost or pricing data outlined below."


Q18: Section B Item No. 0001 states that ... "All work under this CLIN shall be performed in accordance with Section C, Statement of Work." Based on Section C, it appears that only paragraphs C.1, C.6, and C.7 (including their sub-paragraphs) apply to CLIN 0001. Paragraph C.2 (and its sub-paragraphs) clearly apply only to CLIN 0005. Please confirm this interpretation and clarify in a future revision of the solicitation.


A18: Yes. CLIN 0001 does not apply to Paragraph C.2 and associated subparagraphs. CLIN 0005 applies to Paragraph C.2 and associated subparagraphs. CLIN 0001 applies to all of Section C (excluding Paragraph C.2). The Government acknowledges that there is no scope currently associated with Paragraph C.3, C.4, and C.5; however, in the event scope is added cost will be covered under CLIN 0001. Clarification will be provided in upcoming amendment.


Q19: Can the Government provide the Entrance and Exit criteria for both the Initial Bid Sample TRR and the Final Bid Sample TRR, approximately sixty (60) and thirty (30) days prior to Bid Sample delivery?


A19: See Attachment 46 - Test Readiness Review Checklist.

Q20: In preparing a response to the RFP I realized that in accordance with the SCG our Survivability Datasheet would need to be classified at the Secret level. Unfortunately my organization does not possess an FCL at the Secret level and in reviewing the Solicitation comments posted on FBO you noted a requirement for an FCL at the Secret level. Would the government authorize a clearance sponsorship in pursuit of this requirement or is this requirement limited to participants with a previous FCL?

A20:
Please see RFP Sections:
L.4.5.4 Facility Clearance
M.1.1.3.1 To be eligible for award
M.1.2 Export Controlled Information
M1.3 Requirement for Facility Clearance (FCL)(SECRET)
M.2 Rejection of Offers
M.3.4 Determination of Responsibility


As a reminder, any potential offeror is responsible for understanding the solicitation in its entirety, not just the specific items identified above.


Q21: I am looking for the Milestone Schedule that accompanies the OMFV's RFP. I have an older document for this but I want to get the latest version to confirm the communicated timeline. Particularly, I am interested in the months for EMD award and MS C LRIP contract award.


A21: See Updated Attachment 0021.


Q22: Paragraph C.1.1.3.3.5 required participation in "... Government-led TRRs for Armor Coupon Testing, BH&T testing and Pre-Production Prove-out Testing (PPT), and for the Limited User Test (LUT). Attachment 0021 shows five Test Readiness Reviews (TRRs) ... DT-TRR1, DT-TRR2, OTRR1, OTRR2 and OTRR3. Please identify which of the events on Attachment 0021 align with the TRRs referenced in paragraph C.1.1.3.3.5.


A22: Developmental Test -Test Readiness Review 1 & 2 will cover Armor Coupon testing, BH&T testing and Pre-Production Prove-out testing and require contractor attendance and participation. Operational Test Readiness Review 1, 2, & 3 will cover Limited User Testing (LUT) and require contractor attendance and participation. The OTTR's will occur 30, 60, & 90 days and will align with the corresponding OTTR prior to the (LUT).


Q23: Based on the delivery timing stated in Section B of the solicitation, the timing of most of the vehicles shown in Attachment 0021 would result in an anticipated Contract Award date of 1-April-2020. However, Attachment 0021 reflects an award date in mid-February-2020. Please confirm if 1-April-2020 is the proper date to assume regarding the MTA-RP Contract Award.


A23: The target award is 2nd quarter Fiscal Year 2020. Attachment 0021 will be revised accordingly and match Section B of the solicitation.


Q24: Some of the Pre-Production Vehicle locations and timing in Attachment 0021 are inconsistent with the shipping locations and timing listed in Section B of the solicitation. Please clarify for planning and estimating purposes


A24: The target award is 2nd quarter Fiscal Year 2020. Attachment 0021 will be revised accordingly and match Section B of the solicitation.


Q25: Section B Item No. 0001 states that performance of the CLIN will be complete 1337 days (44 months) after award (November 28, 2023 based on April 1, 2020 Award). Attachment 021 reflects conclusion of all Test and Logistics scope by February 2023, with LRIP award shortly thereafter. It is unclear what MTA-RP scope is expected to continue between March and November 2023. Please clarify or update dates to reflect expected period of performance as aligned with scope.


A25: The number of days for Item No. 0001 was inadvertently set to 1,337 days (44 months). The number of days for performance of Item No. 0001 will be corrected by an Amendment to reflect 1,186 days (39 months).


Q26: Is the MK52 COAX gun considered part of the US DoD inventory and qualify as a viable COAX weapon according to the Purchase Description requirements?


A26: No. The MK52 COAX weapon is not a part of the US DoD Inventory.


Q27: If one (1) armor recipe serves as the greatest surface area coverage for multiple major surface areas of an Offeror's OMFV Bid Sample, then there is an opportunity for bid sample armor coupon quantities to be reduced while still providing Government with all coupons needed for bid sample evaluation testing. Request that Government revise section L.2.1.1.3.1 to read: "L.2.1.1.3.1 The Offeror shall deliver five (5) Armor Coupons per major surface area (reference L.2.1.1.1), per threat (reference Appendix B to the Government's Purchase Description (CLASSIFIED) (Attachment 0008)). Only one recipe that represents the greatest surface area per major surface area shall be submitted. If one (1) recipe represents two (2) or more major surface areas, then only one (1) set of five (5) Armor Coupons, per unique threat over all said major surface areas, needs to be provided for said 2 or more major surface areas."



Offeror Rationale: Sending multiple identical bid sample sets of "5 Armor Coupons" increases Gov't testing costs without delivering any increase in benefit to the Government.


A27: "The identified surface areas in L.2.1.1.1 (eg. different upper and lower frontal glacis, flank, rear, and roof armor) have different threat requirements per Government's Purchase Description (CLASSIFIED) (attachment 0008). The Government requires samples IAW L.2.1.1.3 as part of armor testing for source selection."


Q28: Attachment does not address the ability of non-US persons to be Field Support Representative Subject Matter Experts. If permitted please revise Attachment 0043 to state as such


A28: Offeror is responsible for obtaining all authorizations required for non-US personnel. FSR(s) are not limited to US citizens only. FSR(s) can be non-US personnel. The paperwork will go from countries Embassy to the US Embassy and then to the Test Site before access to the base is authorized. However, Request Visitation Authorization (RVA) paper work should start immediately.


VISIT REQUEST FOR ABERDEEN TEST CENTER


Visit request should adhere to the following information. The memo MUST be on the requestor's company letterhead and signed by the Facility Security Officer or an authorized official. The following information must appear on the visit request memo/letter. The request memo/letter may follow the same format as below.


1. Name of Visitor(s)
2. Security Clearance (Level of clearance, type of investigation completed, date clearance granted)
3. Company/Organization and position with company (Organization's address and telephone number)
4. Company/Organization Foreign Owned? (Specify YES or NO)
5. Citizenship
6. Date and Place of Birth (City, State, Country)
7. Identification Number (Social Security Number (US citizens only) or Passport Number with Issuing Country)
8. Area to be visited (building number/test areas)
9. Date(s) desired (not to exceed 6 months)
10. DoD Contract Number / ATC Contract Number visitor will support
11. Detailed Purpose of Visit
12. ATC Sponsor Name and Phone Number
The request should be sent using the information below. Emailing is the preferred method. Hand carrying request is prohibited.

Email to richard.p.beeghley2.civ@mail.mil.
FAX: (410) 278-3298
Call: (410) 278-8576 to confirm receipt of fax


For mailing ship to:
Commander
US Army Aberdeen Test Center
ATTN: CSTE-DTC-AT-CSI (Security and Intelligence Division)
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-5059


Q29: Excel 2007 is called out for use on Page 192, and Excel 2013 is called out for use on Pages 195 and 202. For continuity throughout the RFP, recommend any Excel 2007 reference be changed to Excel 2013.


A29: DFARS 252.215-7010(d)(3) will be updated by an Amendment to reflect Microsoft 2013 and Excel 2013 in lieu of Microsoft 2007 and Excel 2007.


Q30:
a) Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P), consisting of a Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) Block II, Blue Force Tracking 2 (BFT 2) Transceiver with KGV-27, and JBC-P software


Is KGV-27 correct in the sentence, or should it be KGV-72?


A30: Section C.1.2.15.1(a) will be revised by an Amendment. Section C.1.2.15.1(a) should read: Joint Battle Command-Platform (JBC-P), consisting of a Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS) Block II, Blue Force Tracking 2 (BFT 2) Transceiver with KGV-72, and JBC-P software.


Q31: Section I, item I - 110, inserts "DFARS 252.225-7001 BUY AMERICAN AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS PROGRAM -- BASIC"


DFARS 225.1101(2)(i) and (2)(ii) is the citation that prescribes use of the DFARS clause. It states: "Use the basic or the alternate of the clause at 252.225-7001, Buy American and Balance of Payments Program, instead of the clause at FAR 52.225-1, Buy American - Supplies, in solicitations and contracts, including solicitations and contracts using FAR part 12 procedures for the acquisition of commercial items, . . ."


Since the NGCV - OMFV is not a commercial item, this clause should be deleted from the RFP.


A31: DFARS 252.225-7001 will not be deleted. DFARS 252.225-7001 is required to be included in solicitations and contracts, notwithstanding an item's commerciality. Refer to DFARS 225.1101(2)(i), "Use the basic or the alternate of the clause at 252.225-7001, Buy American and Balance of Payments Program, instead of the clause at FAR 52.225-1, Buy American-Supplies, in solicitations and contracts, including solicitations and contracts using FAR part 12 procedures for the acquisition of commercial items, ...


Q32: In reference to Paragraph K-20 252.225-7000 Buy American Statute - Balance of Payments Program Certificate - Basic NOV/2014


(b) Evaluation. The Government will evaluate offers of qualifying end products without regard to the restrictions of the Buy American Statute of the Balance of Payments Program (252.225-7001).


AM General understands this provision may remove the requirement for 51% US content in the cost of the end item, is there a requirement for US content for the balance of the contract work? Based upon M.3.2 Availability of Funding and Affordability, the Proposed Contract Price is not to exceed $617.4 million USD.


A32: Refer to DFARS 252.225-7001 Buy American and Balance of Payments Program (a) for definitions of terms used in DFARS 252.225-7000, as they have the same meaning.

Added: Apr 25, 2019 10:15 am
As part of the Industry Day registration process, the Government asked vendors whether they wanted their company name published to the NGCV-OMFV FBO website as an interested potential prime or sub offeror or teammate for the solicitation. Responses to that question are what constitute this list.

The Government is providing company information as a courtesy for members of industry to utilize; the Government will not be providing specific contact information beyond the company name and CAGE code.


The list of vendors provided does not constitute a comprehensive list of all potential prime or sub offerors or teammates.


Additionally, the Government, in providing this list of companies, does not claim nor disclaim the availability or viability of these firms as potential prime or sub offerors or teammates, nor does it endorse the use of these vendors.


If you would like your name published to this list, please contact the official NGCV-OMFV mailbox: usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil.

Added: Apr 29, 2019 4:43 pm

The USG is considering providing XM913 50mm guns (one per offeror, two total available) to OMFV offerors that commit to incorporating them into their OMFV Bid Sample. Availability is anticipated to be mid-late June. If your firm is interested, respond NLT 1200 EDT on 15 May 2019 to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil stating your interest and your commitment to incorporate into your Bid Sample.

Added: May 01, 2019 7:17 am

As part of the Industry Day registration process, the Government asked vendors whether they wanted their company name published to the NGCV-OMFV FBO website as an interested potential prime or sub offeror or teammate for the solicitation. Responses to that question are what constitute this list. The Government is providing company information as a courtesy for members of industry to utilize; the Government will not be providing specific contact information beyond the company name and CAGE code. The list of vendors provided does not constitute a comprehensive list of all potential prime or sub offerors or teammates. Additionally, the Government, in providing this list of companies, does not claim nor disclaim the availability or viability of these firms as potential prime or sub offerors or teammates, nor does it endorse the use of these vendors. If you would like your name published to this list, please contact the official NGCV-OMFV mailbox: usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil.

Added: May 30, 2019 9:31 am Modified: Jun 06, 2019 2:13 pm Track Changes
Added: May 30, 2019 2:55 pm
This is an update to the 29 April FBO posting concerning availability of XM 913 50 mm guns. The USG is considering providing the following Government Furnished Material (GFM) (one set* per offeror, two sets total available), for Bid Sample integration in support of Bid Sample Lethality testing:
Item Quantity Estimated Availability
50mm Gun XM913 1* 01 Jul 2019
50mm Ammunition Handing System 1* 01 Jul 2019
50mm Ammunition 24* 01 Aug 2019
50mm Ammunition 376* Avail. at APG
for Bid Sample Testing

*accumulation of items equals one set


The USG may provide the above referenced items through a bailment agreement(s) between Army Contracting Command - Warren (ACC-WRN) and interested offerors. Interested offerors pursuing the use of 50mm GFM for purpose of Bid Sample integration shall respond NLT 1400 EDT on 5 June 2019 to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil stating your interest and your commitment to incorporate the 50mm Gun and 50mm Ammunition Handling System into Bid Sample in support of Bid Sample Lethality testing.


The USG is also considering providing Mk239 30mm ammunition (linked or linkless) as GFM to offerors for OMFV Bid Sample lethality testing.


Item Quantity Estimated Availability
30mm Ammunition 30 01 Aug 2019
30mm Ammunition 375 Available at APG
for Bid Sample Testing


The USG may provide Mk239 30mm ammunition through a bailment agreement(s) between Army Contracting Command - Warren (ACC-WRN) and interested offerors. Interested offerors shall respond NLT 1400 EDT on 5 June 2019 to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil stating your interest in 30mm ammunition GFM in support of Bid Sample Lethality testing. Offerors providing their own ammunition in support of Bid Sample Lethality testing are still required to comply with W56HZV-18-R-0174 solicitation requirements.

Added: May 31, 2019 3:07 pm Modified: Jun 06, 2019 2:13 pm Track Changes
Added: Jun 21, 2019 12:31 pm
The USG may provide 3GEN FLIR TRU Emulators (two per offeror, sixteen total available) to interested OMFV offerors for MTA-RP proposal preparation purposes. 3GEN FLIR TRU Emulators consist of a laptop, a switch, and a cable to test software interfaces. Please be advised that the 3GEN FLIR Emulators and hardware are FOUO and export controlled.

The USG may provide the 3GEN FLIR TRU Emulators through a bailment agreement(s) between ACC-WRN and interested offerors. Interested offerors pursuing the use of 3GEN FLIR TRU Emulators for the purpose of MTA-RP proposal preparation shall respond NLT 1200 EDT on 03 July 2019 to usarmy.detroit.peo-gcs.mbx.ngcv-omfv-contracting@mail.mil stating your interest.
Added: Jun 25, 2019 2:40 pm
The purpose of this posting is to release Amendment 0001 and a provide a courtesy copy of the conformed solicitation for NGCV-OMFV.
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Description: Conform Copy of Solicitation W56HZV-18-R-0174 through Amendment 0001.
Contracting Office Address :
6501 EAST 11 MILE ROAD
Warren, Michigan 48397-5000
United States
Place of Performance :
6501 EAST 11 MILE ROAD

Warren, Michigan 48397
United States
Primary Point of Contact. :
Michael R. Chaney,
Contracting Officer
Phone: 586-282-5057
Secondary Point of Contact :
James J Giacchina,
Contract Specialist
Phone: 5862824131
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General Information
Notice Type:
Solicitation
Original Posted Date:
March 25, 2019
Posted Date:
June 25, 2019
Response Date:
Oct 01, 2019 12:00 pm Eastern
Original Response Date:
May 09, 2019 12:01 pm Eastern
Archiving Policy:
Manual Archive
Original Archive Date:
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Archive Date:
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Original Set Aside:
N/A
Set Aside:
N/A
Classification Code:
A -- Research & Development
NAICS Code:
336 -- Transportation Equipment Manufacturing/336992 -- Military Armored Vehicle, Tank, and Tank Component Manufacturing

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