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IT 70, Environmental Service 899, Facility Maintenance and Management 03FAC, Logistics (LOGWORLD) 874V
GSA Schedule IT 70 -Schedule 70 offers federal, state, and local governments direct access to products, services and innovative solutions for all of their information technology needs. IT Schedule 70 includes Cloud IT Services, Computer and Networking Hardware, Cyber Security, Data Center and Storage, IT Mandates and Initiatives, Satellite Services, SmartBuy: Commercial Software Solutions, Sustainability, Systems Life Cycles Integration, Telecommunications, Wireless, Mobile Solutions, and Telepresence.
GSA Environmental Services Schedule 899 –Schedule 899 provides a streamlined, cost efficient, one-stop shop for federal agencies to acquire services necessary to meet their environmental needs. Services available under this Schedule include environmental management systems; pollution prevention, cleanup and restoration; HAZMAT services; training awareness; and supporting electronics stewardship goals.
SA Facilities Maintenance and Management – Schedule 03FAC – 03 FAC is a Federal Supply Schedule that offers federal agencies complete facilities maintenance and management solutions. Services available under IAP’s 03 FAC schedule include grounds maintenance, fire alarm maintenance, fire suppression maintenance, complete facility maintenance, electrical maintenance, and HVAC maintenance.
GSA Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD) Multiple Award Schedule 874 V –LOGWORLD is a Federal Supply Schedule that permits federal agencies to procure comprehensive logistics solutions, in support of the deployment of supplies, equipment, materials, and associated personnel. Services available include system operations; value and supply chain management; property and inventory management; distribution and transportation management; and maintenance of equipment and facilities supporting these activities.
AFGHAN FOB MATOC Contract-provides power generation and distribution support for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of U. S. Military Contingency Operations at Forward Operating Bases in Afghanistan. Provide single source responsibility for all generator set activities. Generator set activities are defined as assessing power needs, preparation, hauling, installing, preventive maintenance, service, fueling, relocating and recovering engine-generator sets and associated fuel systems, including transmission and distribution systems maintenance.
Worldwide Power MATOC Contract- provides world-wide emergency power support for the US Army Corps of Engineers in support of US Military conflict support requirements and disaster relief operations. Generator set activities are defined as assessing power needs, preparation, hauling, installing, preventive maintenance, service, fueling, relocating and recovering engine-generator sets and associated fuel systems, including transmission and distribution systems maintenance.
AFCAP, GCSMAC, WWP, Resilient Power
Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP)– AFCAP is a rapid response contingency contract tool for use by U.S. Government entities needing urgent assistance. AFCAP provides the full scope of Civil Engineer capabilities and logistics including: Professional engineering services and infrastructure support including architectural and engineering design, maintenance, repair, and construction Emergency management, structural fire protection, facility hardening, dispersal, obstacles, redundancy measures, reconstitution of assets, services capabilities and logistics including food service, troop support, lodging, laundry, fitness, and recreation, flight line crash fire rescue operations.
World Wide Power (WWP)– Provide world-wide emergency power support for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of US Military conflict support requirements and disaster relief operations. The work consists of assessing power needs, preparation, transport, installation, preventive maintenance, service, fueling, relocating, and recovering engine generator sets, associated fuel systems, and associated transmission/distribution systems.
Global Contingency Support Services (GSMAC) –Provide short-term facility support services in support of natural disasters, humanitarian efforts, the full range of military actions, incumbent contractor’s non-performance (i.e., default or bankruptcy) or potential breaks in service such as when a protest is received on a solicitation or as a short term solution while a long term contract is being developed. Due to the contingency nature of the services, the contractor will be required to provide any combination of work identified in the Navy Installation Management Accounting Project (IMAP) Model 2010 to include Command and Staff; Public Safety; Air Operations; Port Operations; Ordnance; Range Operations; Health Care Support; Supply; Personnel Support; Morale, Welfare and Recreation Support; Galley; Housing; Facilities Support; Utilities; Base Support Vehicles and Equipment; and Environmental. Potential customers for this contract extend to other federal agencies outside the Department of Defense when authorized.
SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, Military Sealift Command, and the United States Marine Corps compete their service requirements amongst 2400+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders. All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform.
EAGLE, Resilient Power
Resilient Power BOA- IAP to provide facility repairs, improvements, construction, and equipment procurement/installation to improve and assure mission reliability of electric power and mechanical utilities, and infrastructure. Work includes, but is not limited to, electrical power distribution systems, grounding systems, standby and emergency power, lightning and surge protection, short-circuit coordination studies, reliability/availability studies, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, computational fluid dynamics studies, fire protection systems, high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) protection, TEMPEST, electromagnetic interference protection, chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) protections, and facility commissioning in support of the US Military and various governmental agencies in the following potential locations: United States, Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, Yemen, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Cuba, Azores, Germany, Kwajalein, Spain, Italy, Israel, Bosnia- Herzegovina, Albania, Poland, Serbia, Hungary, Macedonia, Ukraine, Russia, and Turkey.
Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE)–The Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise is not a contract, but a program for procuring global logistics services. Administered through the U.S. Army Sustainment Command, the program’s three main legs provide support to maintenance operations, supply operations, and transportation services. EAGLE supports directorates of logistics, Army prepositioned stocks, theater-provided equipment, in-theater maintenance, left-behind equipment, pre-deployment training equipment, new equipment training and new equipment fielding, to name a few areas.