The Regional Contracting Office, National Capital Region, Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA currently has a requirement for technical, analytical, engineering, and capability portfolio management (CPM) support to the Director, Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD), Deputy Commandant Combat Development and Integration (DC CD&I). Critical capabilities within this effort include the development of comprehensive Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) documents and analysis of products to define capability gaps, capability needs, and approaches to provide those capabilities within a specified functional or operational area. The Marine Corps Capabilities Based Assessment (MC CBA) process is conducted in accordance with MCO 3900.20,Marine Corps Capabilities Based Assessment (MC CBA) (MC CBA). This effort will support both recurring and ad hoc requirements to provide JCIDS/MC CBA assessments components (Capability Analysis, Gap Analysis, Solutions Analysis, and Risk Analysis) and conduct assessments of training and education standards development. Performance areas include both overarching and Division-centric support areas that will be satisfied by individual task orders.
Based on market research and other analysis the CDD Professional Services contract shall be solicited as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside using competitive procedures amongst SDVOSBs. The contract type will be a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) multiple award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The IDIQ contract will consist of Fixed Price CLINs for support services and cost reimbursable CLINs for Travel. Base IDIQ awards will be made to approximately four (4) SDVOSB contractors. The SDVOSB IDIQ awardees will be provided Fair Opportunity to compete for all within scope CDD requirements. The projected period of performance for the IDIQ will be a five year ordering period. The NAICS code associated with this requirement is 541330. To qualify as a SDVOSB concern under the NAICS 541330 a SDVOSB must have average annual receipts of $38.5M or less. The requirement is needed in fiscal year 2018.
This action will be solicited as a commercial service utilizing acquisition procedures based on FAR Part 12, Commercial Services, FAR Part 16 Types of Contracts, and DFARS Part 216. All interested parties must be registered in the System Award Management www.sam.gov it is the responsibility of the interested parties to independently review the referenced web link www.fbo.gov frequently for updates to any and all documents. Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading their copy of the RFP andamendments, if any. SDVOSBs who have questions regarding this posting may contact Mr. Marcus Whaley or Jeanette Hernandez-Guilleaume via the following email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
BACKGROUND. CDD supports the(DC CDI) by developing and integrating war fighting capabilities solutions enabling an effective Marine Corps capability to respond to strategic challenges andopportunities. CDD provides subject matter experts in the areas of: Command and Control/Cyber and Electronic Warfare, Fires and Maneuver, Force Protection, Intelligence, Logistics, Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Integration, Small Wars and Irregular Warfare, Total Force Structure, Seabasing, and Expeditionary Energy. In consideration of overarching national strategic and service guidance and concepts development, the Directorate will conduct analysis across the complete spectrum of Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel,Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P). Theidentification of Enterprise-wide capabilities, gaps, capability excesses, solutions, and risk areas is incorporated into the development of the Marine Corps Enterprise Integration Plan (MCEIP) and other capabilities development documents (i.e. (Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS)), and the management of Universal Needs Statements (UNS) requiring vigilant and dedicated coordination by respective subject matter experts supported by a business infrastructure with which to further capability development from concept to acquisition and fielding.
CDD DIVISION CORE COMPETENCIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Information Warfare Integration Division (IWID): Serves as CDD's integration and execution authority for all Marine Corps warfighting development activities associated with C2, Communication, Cyber, Electronic Warfare, and Information Warfare. IWID integrates future and evolving C2, Communication, Cyber, Electronic Warfare, and Information Warfare concepts, with fiscally informed capabilities, requirements, analysis, and supporting programs, to synchronize Marine Corps initiatives and shape Naval and Joint initiatives in support ofthe war fighter within approved DOD processes.IWID coordinates with the operating forces, supporting establishment, and mission partners in order to identify, prioritize, and integrate expeditionaryC2, Communications, Cyber, Electronic Warfare, and Information Warfare capability solutions across the pillars of DOTMLPF-P, battle space functions, and joint requirements.
Fires and Maneuvers Integration Division (FMID): Integrates future and evolving Fires and Maneuver concepts, with identified capabilities, requirements, and supporting programs to synchronize Marine Corps initiatives and shape Naval and Joint initiatives within theJCIDS process with an emphasis on combat and tactical vehicles, armored combat platforms, riverine and amphibious craft and vehicles, combat engineering(manned and unmanned) platforms and equipment, manned and unmanned air and ground platforms, direct and indirect lethal and nonlethal weapon systems, individual and crew-served weapons and optics, and protection, mobility, and load bearingcapabilities for dismounted Marines. Responsible for the development and maintenance of doctrine publications, as assigned inMCBUL 5603, in partnership with doctrinal proponents and the MID.
C-1.2.3 Force Protection Integration Division (FPID): Identifies, develops, coordinates and integrates with the operating forces, supporting establishment commands and internal integration divisions for future MAGTF Force Protection operating concepts, capabilities, requirements and related material and non-material solutions that optimally support engagement in both conventional and irregular warfare. Specific areas of effort requiring SME support include Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED); Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD); Science and Technology (S&T)/Sea Shield; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN); Law Enforcement; Identity Operations (IdOps) capabilities of biometrics and forensics; and Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)) Air Defense irregular warfare with an emphasis on integrated air missile defense; counter-unmanned air systems, counter-improvised explosive devises; explosive ordnance disposal; chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear; law enforcement; and non-lethal weapon systems. Responsible for the development and maintenance of doctrine publications, as assigned in MCBUL 5603, in partnership with doctrinal proponents and the MID.
Intelligence Integration Division (IID): Integrates, across battle space functional areas of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) near, mid, and far-term requirements for the support of MAGTF, Joint, and Combined operations and ensuring. EnsuresDOTMLPF-P solutions represent a thorough analysis of non-materiel and materiel capabilities needed to provide timely, relevant, and tailored combat informationand intelligence to commanders and staff. Represents the USMC intelligence community in USMC, other service, and joint forums. IID has four (4) main discipline areas: Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), and Intelligence Systems.
Logistics Integration Division (LID): Integrates future and evolving logistics concepts in Engineering, Material Readiness, Motor Transport, Naval Support, and Ground Ammunitionacross the Marine Corps while representing USMC interests to other services andin the joint environment. Also identifies capabilities, requirements, and supporting programs to synchronize Marine Corps initiatives and shape naval and joint initiatives within the JCIDS and DOD processes. Responsible for the development and maintenance of doctrine publications, as assigned in MCBUL 5603, in partnership with doctrinal proponents and the MID.
MAGTF Integration Division (MID): Serves as the coordinating authority for integrating all Marine Corps combat development activities, across HQMC and the operating forces, as related to: the MC CBA, doctrine development and maintenance, the Deliberate and Urgent Needs Processes, Operational Architecture development and approval, and management and maintenance of the Marine Corps Task List. Further, the MIDleads all Continuous Process Improvement activities within the Capabilities Development Directorate as well as provides secretariat duties for the CapabilitiesPortfolio Integration Board (CPIB) and Capabilities Portfolio Review Board (CPRB).
Advocacy, Transition, Fiscal and Personnel/Operations Division (ATF&PD): The ATF&P supports the DC CD&I role as the Command Element (CE) Advocate coordinating the Command Element Advocate Board at both the Council of Colonels (acting as chair) and the General Officer level (as coordinator / facilitator)as well as the Operational Advisory Groups (OAGs) and Working Groups (WGs) associated with the CE Advocate functional areas to ensure synergy and collaboration. The Division chairs the Warfighting Investment Program Evaluation Board (WIPEB) and advises the DC CD&I on all matters pertaining to the Planning, Programming, Budget, and Execution (PPBE) process. ATF&P supports CDD with MAGTF integration, requirements transition, and Capability Portfolio Management processes by conducting DOTMLPF analysis of capability portfolios, programs and the force development process within the context of the CE and the Enterprise. The Division also provides support to CDD in the areas of administration, budget, personnel, contract management, information management and technology, security, and travel administration.
Seabasing Integration Division: Serves to advise and assist the Deputy Commandant for Combat Development & Integration in identifying, developing and articulating Marine Corps Seabasing and expeditionary ship/connector requirementsand related doctrine in order to facilitate MAGTF integration with Naval Expeditionary Forces. Per MCO 5311.6 (Advocateand Proponent Assignments and Responsibilities), DC CD&I is assigned as theAdvocate for Maritime Expeditionary (Seabasing) Capabilities and Requirements; and Afloat Communications and Networks. Responsible for the development and maintenance of doctrine publications,as assigned in MCBUL 5603, in partnership with doctrinal proponents and the MID.
Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O): The United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O) is the principal staff responsible to the Commandant for planning, analyzing, developing, and directing the Marine Corps energy strategy and policyto optimize expeditionary capabilities across all war fighting functions. E2O works closely with the combat and technology development communities and serves as the proponent for Expeditionary Energy in the force development process. Additionally, E2O is tasked with advising the Marine Requirements Oversight Council on all energy and resource-related requirements, acquisitions, and programmatic decisions. And, in accordance with the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2009, the Secretary of the Navy assigned the E2O responsibilities as the Marine Corps Senior Official for Operational Energy.
SET-ASIDE: Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business