U.S. Department of Commerce

Census Acquisition Information

|| Acquisition Home || Who We Are || Opportunities || Marketing to BOC || Toolkits || Helpful Links || General Info || Feedback ||

Research & Development 2007 (R&D 2007)
Amendment 2

go to rfp


SF30: Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of Contract* PDF file

* [PDF] or PDF denotes a file in Adobe’s Portable Document Format. To view the file, you will need the Adobe® Reader® Off Site available free from Adobe.



Solicitation No. 52-SOBC-2-00001
Amendment No. 2


This solicitation is hereby amended as follows:

  1. THE SOLICIATION DUE DATE IS HEREBY EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2002 AT NOON (LOCAL TIME). THIS CHANGE APPLIES TO SECTION L., PARAGRAPH L.2 AND PARAGRAPH L.23.1.

  2. SF-33, Block 9
  3. FROM:

    Sealed offers in original and (See Section L) copies for furnishing the supplies or services in the Schedule will be received at the place specified in Item 8 or if handcarried in the depository located SEE BLOCK 8 AND SECTION L until TBD Local Time on TBD.

    TO:

    Sealed offers in original and (See Section L) copies for furnishing the supplies or services in the Schedule will be received at the place specified in Item 8 or if handcarried in the depository located SEE BLOCK 8 AND SECTION L until NOON Local Time on FEBRUARY 6, 2002.


  4. Section L, Paragraph L.20 Volume I, PAST PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE EXPERIENCE
  5. FROM:

    L.20 VOLUME I: PAST PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE EXPERIENCE

    The proposal shall contain the information described below. Evaluation criteria for this is provided in Section M. Past performance information must be submitted to the address specified in paragraph L.2 by January 10, 2002.

    Offerors shall submit written descriptions for any Federal, State, or Local Government, or commercial contracts which are consistent in size and complexity to the RFP. The requirements for past experiences are as follows:

    TO:

    L.20 VOLUME I: PAST PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE EXPERIENCE

    The proposal shall contain the information described below. Evaluation criteria for this is provided in Section M. Past performance information must be submitted to the address specified in paragraph L.2 by WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2002.

    Offerors shall submit written descriptions for any Federal, State, or Local Government, or commercial contracts which are consistent in size and complexity to the RFP. The requirements for past experiences are as follows:


  6. SECTION L, PARAGRAPH L.20.1 PAST PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE EXPERIENCE

    FROM:

    1. The Offeror shall provide up to five (5) relevant past performance references, using the form provided in Section J, Attachment 1. The last day of the period of performance for any reference can be no longer than five years prior to the release date of this RFP. Past performance may include experience as a prime or as a subcontractor. Be sure that all contact names, addresses, and telephone numbers are current and correct.

    TO:

    1. The Offeror shall provide NO MORE THAN THREE (3) relevant past performance references FOR THE PRIME AND NO MORE THAN TWO (2) relevant past performance references FOR EACH SUBCONTRACTOR, using the form provided in Section J, Attachment 1. The last day of the period of performance for any reference can be no longer than five years prior to the release date of this RFP. Past performance may include experience as a prime or as a subcontractor. Be sure that all contact names, addresses, and telephone numbers are current and correct.


  • SECTION L., PARAGRAPH L.23 PAST PERFORMANCE, TECHNICAL AND PRICE PROPOSAL (VOLUMES I, II AND III) INSTRUCTIONS ON QUANTITIES, PAGE LIMITATIONS AND ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS:
  • FROM:

    1. Volume I shall be submitted in accordance with the Offeror Past Performance Reference Form and Information Matrix provided in Section J, Attachments 1 and 2, respectively. As described above, the content of Volume I shall not exceed five (5) Past Performance Reference Forms (Attachment 1), but as many pages for the Information Matrix forms (Attachment 2) as deemed desirable.

    TO:

    1. Volume I shall be submitted in accordance with the Offeror Past Performance Reference Form and Information Matrix provided in Section J, Attachments 1 and 2, respectively. As described above, the content of Volume I shall not exceed THREE (3) Past Performance Reference Forms (Attachment 1)FOR THE PRIME, AND NO MORE THAN TWO (2) FOR EACH SUBCONTRACTOR, but as many pages for the Information Matrix forms (Attachment 2) as deemed desirable.


  • The numbering of Section L was corrected to allow for the addition of Clause L.13.

  • Section L, Paragraph L.23.1

    FROM:

    L.23.1 WRITTEN FORMAT MATRIX OF PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

    Proposal Volume

    Date Due

    Copies

    Sections

    Maximum Pages and Special Instructions

    Volume I Technical -

    Past Performance and Experience

     

    1/10/02

    Noon

    Original + 3 copies

    Section 1: Past Performance and Experience

    The last day of the period of performance for all projects must be within 5 years of the release date of the RFP.

    See Section. L.19.

    Volume II Technical

    Executive Summary

    Key Personnel Resumes

    2/4/02

    Noon

    Original + 3 copies

    Section 1 - Executive Summary

    Section 2 - Key Personnel Resumes

     

    Not to exceed 3 pages.

    See Section L.20.1.

     

     

     

    Not to exceed 3 Pages per resume. See Section L.20.2.

     

     

    Volume III - Price and Other Business Factors

    Price and Other Business Factors

     

    2/4/02

    Noon

    Original +3 copies

    Tab A: SF33

    Tab B: Representations and Certifications (Section K of the RFP)

    Tab C: Other Required Business Information as required in Section L.

    Tab D: Pricing Information (Section B of the RFP)

    Tab E: Pricing Tables from Section B,

    Offeror shall include the fully executed representations and certifications (Section K) in the original Volume III. The Offeror shall also include a fully executed SF33 with the Original Volume III.

    Volume IV - Oral Presentations

    TBD

    Original + 8

    See Section L.23

    There is no page limitations.

    See Section L.23


    TO:

    L.23.1 WRITTEN FORMAT MATRIX OF PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

    Proposal Volume

    Date Due

    Copies

    Sections

    Maximum Pages and Special Instructions

    Volume I Technical -

    Past Performance and Experience

     

    1/23/02

    Noon

    Original + 3 copies

    Section 1: Past Performance and Experience

    The last day of the period of performance for all projects must be within 5 years of the release date of the RFP.

    See Section. L.20 and L.23.

    Volume II Technical

    Executive Summary

    Key Personnel Resumes

    2/6/02

    Noon

    Original + 3 copies

    Section 1 - Executive Summary

    Section 2 - Key Personnel Resumes

     

    Not to exceed 3 pages.

    See Section L.21.1.

     

     

     

    Not to exceed 3 Pages per resume. See Section L.21.2.

     

     

    Volume III - Price and Other Business Factors

    Price and Other Business Factors

     

    2/6/02

    Noon

    Original +3 copies

    Tab A: SF33

    Tab B: Representations and Certifications (Section K of the RFP)

    Tab C: Other Required Business Information as required in Section L.21.2

    Tab D: Pricing Information (Section L.22.5)

    Tab E: Pricing Tables from Section B,

    Offeror shall include the fully executed representations and certifications (Section K) in the original Volume III. The Offeror shall also include a fully executed SF33 with the Original Volume III.

    Volume IV - Oral Presentations

    TBD

    Original + 8

    See Section L.24

    There is no page limitations.

    See Section L.24



  • SECTION J, ATTACHMENT 1 PAST/CURRENT EXPERIENCE2

    FROM:

    2. A separate form must be completed for up to 5 of the most recent contracts awarded the competing organization within the past five years. A Performance Evaluation document must be forwarded to the customers for completion and returned to the Contracting Officer. The information will be used to evaluate your organizationís past performance.

    TO:

    2. A separate form must be completed for three (3) of the most recent contracts awarded the (PRIME) competing organization within the past five years and two (2) for each subcontractor. A Performance Evaluation document must be forwarded to the customers for completion and returned to the Contracting Officer. The information will be used to evaluate your organizationís past performance.


  • Section J, Attachment 2 PAST PERFORMANCE MATRIX, THIRD BULLET

    FROM:

    The remaining columns are headed by the contract statement work elements for the appropriate technical areas. Indicate the appropriate columns the level of work performed on contract. Insert a "P1" if served as the prime contractor and performed the work in -house. Insert a "P2" if served as prime contractor, but the work was performed by a subcontractor. Insert a "S" if served as subcontractor on the contractor.

    TO:

    The remaining columns are headed by the contract statement work elements for the appropriate technical areas. Indicate in the appropriate columns the level of work performed on the contract. Insert a "P1", if Offeror served as the "Prime" contractor and performed the work. Insert a "P2" Offeror served as a Prime, but work was performed by Subcontractor. Insert a "S1" if the Offeror performed the work as a subcontactor. Insert a "S2" if the subcontractor performed the work as a Prime or as a subcontractor.


  • Section J, Attachment 3 CONTRACTOR PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

    FROM:

    Instructions: The Company who has provided you with this form is proposing on a Bureau of the Census (BOC) for Research and Development (R&D) Services. Past Performance is a very important evaluation criteria for the acquisition, so input from previous customers of the Offeror is very important. We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to complete this form. The information is to be provided directly to the BOC Contract Specialist and will NOT be disclosed to the Offeror. Please provide and honest assessment and immediately return to the BOC by email to acq.vius@census.gov, or to the address shown below, no later than TBD. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Donna Souders, at 301-457-1810.

    Bureau of the Census
    Attn: Donna Souders
    Acquisition Division, MS 1700
    Room G314-3
    Washington, DC 20233-1700

    TO:

    Instructions: The Company who has provided you with this form is proposing on a Bureau of the Census (BOC) for Research and Development (R&D) Services. Past Performance is a very important evaluation criteria for the acquisition, so input from previous customers of the Offeror is very important. We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to complete this form. The information is to be provided directly to the BOC Contract Specialist and will NOT be disclosed to the Offeror. Please provide and honest assessment and immediately return to the BOC by email to acq.vius@census.gov, or to the address shown below, no later than WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2002 AT NOON, LOCAL TIME. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Donna Souders, at 301-457-1810.

    Bureau of the Census
    Attn: Donna Souders
    Acquisition Division, MS 1700
    Room G314-3
    Washington, DC 20233-1700


  • Section L, Paragraph L.19.2 OFFER

    Please note that a separate proposal, Volume I, II and III must be submitted for each technical area.


  • SECTION L, PARAGRAPH L.22.1 VOLUME III - PRICE AND OTHER BUSINESS FACTORS

    FROM:

    L.22.1 PRICE

    1. The Price Proposal shall represent a fixed price labor hour as provided in Section B of this Solicitation. In order to aid the Government in evaluating the reasonableness and risk associated with the Offeror's proposal, the Offeror shall complete the Pricing Tables provided in Section B, in order to be considered for award. The Contractor must offer prices for all labor categories specified in Section B. Offerors may add SUBCLIN numbers to Section B in order to accommodate offeror's specific labor price ranges and/or levels of expertise. Offerors are advised that the Government does not anticipate adding labor categories after award; therefore, Offerors must submit complete pricing tables at time of submission of offers. All labor rates will be evaluated for price reasonableness. Price/cost evaluation is described in Section M.

    TO:

    L.22 VOLUME III - PRICE AND OTHER BUSINESS FACTORS

    L.22.1 PRICE

    1. The Price Proposal shall represent a fixed price labor hour as provided in Section B of this Solicitation. In order to aid the Government in evaluating the reasonableness and risk associated with the Offeror's proposal, the Offeror shall complete the Pricing Tables provided in Section B, in order to be considered for award. The Contractor must offer prices for all labor categories specified in Section B. Offerors are advised that the Government does not anticipate adding labor categories after award. Offerors must submit complete pricing tables at time of submission of offers. All labor rates will be evaluated for price reasonableness. Price/cost evaluation is described in Section M.


  • Source: U.S. Census Bureau
    Acquisition Division

    Last revised: October 15, 2012