Please Note: Solicitation # has been changed from 18-NIC-001 to N6449818R0010
Please Reference new solicitation number in all correspondence.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) is conducting a market survey of potential sources who may be interested in providing testing and analysis of new and used oil samples, storage of samples, analysis and quality assurance of test results, related data management and transfer, and supply and shipping of sample bottle kits for all US Navy ships. The resultant contractor shall be responsible for supplying sample bottle kits and shipping costs, testing and analysis of oil samples, quality assurance of test results, storage of samples for a retain period, and related data management and transfer for all new and used lube oil testing during the term of this Contract. The contractor shall provide complete, accurate, and timely results. The contractor shall ensurethat test results are verified to be accurate using analytical techniques or current industry methods.
The contractor shall have the capacity to process aminimum of 350 samples per day under this contract. The normal volume of samples is estimated to be 130 samples per day.
Results must be available two (2)days after receipt of samples.
The contractor shall be a certified new and used oil sampling laboratory that, at a minimum, is certified in accordance with ISO-9000 or ISO 17025 and participate in American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Proficiency Test Programs.
The contractor shall have a quality control plan to maintain the quality standards for all services. The quality control plan shall be implemented upon contract award. The contractor is responsible for conforming to its quality control plan and processes to ensure proper performance and correct any deficiencies that may occur.
Questions should bedirected to email@example.com. Any information provided shall be treated as Business Sensitive and will not be shared outside of Government activities and agencies without the permission of the provider. All information shall be provided free of charge to the Government. NSWCPD may request further information regarding the capabilities of respondents to meet the requirements and may request a presentation and/or a site visit as deemed necessary. At no cost to the government, the government may request further clarification of a contractor's submission. At this time the government is interested in receiving a short capabilities statement from interested parties indicating how they are able to meet the above requirements.
There is no commitment by the Government to issue a solicitation, make an award or awards, or to be responsible for any monies expendedby industry responses to this RFI. If a solicitation is released, it will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities website located at http://www.fbo.gov/.