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GEO Huntsville August 14, 2013. U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command AMCOM MARY BIRDSONG Deputy Associate Director, Office Of Small Business Programs. UNCLASSIFIED. AMCOM OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (OSBP).
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GEO Huntsville August 14, 2013 U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command AMCOM MARY BIRDSONG Deputy Associate Director, Office Of Small Business Programs
UNCLASSIFIED AMCOM OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (OSBP) U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command (AMCOM) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) LOCATION: Sparkman Center, Bldg 5303, Rm 3135, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 PHONE: (256) 876-5441 Provide World Class Aviation and Missile Support to the Joint Warfighter and our Nation’s Multinational Warfighter Partners Today and in the Future Right Force…Right Readiness…Right Costs… UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED AMCOM Mission Provide World Class Aviation and Missile Support to the Joint Warfighter and our Nation’s Multinational Warfighter Partners Today and in the Future Right Force…Right Readiness…Right Costs… UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED Small Business Programs VISION: Achieving optimum small business participation by seeking small business solutions first Mission Ensure that a fair portion of contract awards is placed with small business enterprises • CONTRACTS FOR: • Weapon systems and equipment • Research & Development • Spare parts • Maintenance • Other services (eg. IT, Engineering Support, Logistics, etc.)
AMC SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM Public Law 85-536 / Small Business Act Of 1958 “ It is the declared policy of the Congress that the Government should aid, counsel, assist, and protect insofar as is possible the interests of small business concerns in order to preserve free competitive enterprise, to ensure that a fair proportion of the total purchases and contracts for supplies and services for the Government be placed with small business enterprises, and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of the nation.” Section 201 Small Business Act Of 1958
SET-ASIDE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE F&OC SBSA PARITY HUBZone 8(a) WOSB SDVOSB SB / VOSB / HBCU/MSI
Office of Small Business Programs Functions • Serves As Principal Advisor To The Commander And Team Redstone Regarding Small Business Issues. • Assists All Businesses On Government Contracting Matters, Including Changes To The Procurement System. • Advises And Assists Contracting, Technical And Program Managers To Increase Use Of Small Business, SDB, SDVOSB, WOSB, HUBZone, and HBCU/MSI Participants.
Office of Small Business Programs Functions (Cont’d) • Reviews All Procurement Packages Including Those Restricted For Exclusive Small Business Participation. • Monitors Small Business Performance (Targets). • Reports Small Business Program Awards To Higher Headquarters.
OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS FUNCTIONS (Cont’d) • Reviews Subcontracting Plans, Acquisition Plans, Etc. • Serves As An Advocate For Small Business Firms. • Maintains An Outreach Program To Locate And Develop Small Business Firms.
OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS FUNCTIONS (Cont’d) • Provides Small Business Technical Advisory Support To The Small Business Administration (SBA) Procurement Center Representative (PCR). • Serves As The Liaison With SBA and SBA-PCR. • Office of Small Business Programs Is NOT SBA
SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS 3Q FY 13 (1 Oct thru 30 Jun 13) AMCOM TARGETS Performance Target Total Awards To U.S. Businesses $10.07B Total Small Business 10.6% $1.07B 10.0% Small Disadvantaged Businesses 4.9% $502M 2.5% HUBZone .2% $ 20.3M 0.1% Women-Owned Small Business 1.7% $169.5M 1.0% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned .6% $55.6M 0.3% Small Business
SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAM PRIME GOALS – FY 13 • Small Business (SB) – 22.5% • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – 5% • Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) – 5% • HUBZone Small Business – 3% • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – 3%
SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAM SUBCONTRACTING GOALS – FY 13 • Small Business (SB) – 36.7% • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – 5% • Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) – 5% • HUBZone Small Business – 3% • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – 3%
WHAT AMCOM BUYS • Aviation and Missile Weapons Systems and the supporting equipment required to operate them. • Repair, overhaul, test and modernization of the Army’s Aviation and Missile Systems. • Training and education of soldiers using these weapons systems. BLACKHAWK JAVELIN APACHE UGV UAV
WHAT AMCOM BUYS • Services for system integration, engineering services, base support, technical assistance/operations support, flight services, maintenance and overhaul of helicopter subassemblies, hydraulic pumps, manifold assemblies, and others. MLRS AVENGER CHINOOK
HELPFUL TIPS • Pursue simplified acquisitions (under $150K). • Be ready to accept Government VISA or MC card. • Respond to Sources Sought. • Follow the directions--address specific information requested. • Do not submit general capability statements. • Build subcontracting/teaming arrangements with existing prime contractors. • Lean your processes.
Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) • https://www.armysbir.army.mil/ • 13.1 Solicitation Pre-Release:26 July 2013 – 25 August 2013 13.1 Solicitation Opens: 26 August 2013 13.1 Solicitation Closes: 25 September 2013 • http://www.dodsbir.net/
Business Opportunities With AMCOM • Office of Small Business Programs • Website: https://osbp.redstone.army.mil/ • The Competition Advocates Shopping List (CASL) contains AMCOM’s Aviation and Missile Project requirements and how to become a qualified source. • Website: http://amcomdmz.redstone.army.mil/casl_cmo/casl_cmo_home • Major Items/Services Projections * Aviation & Missile Query All (Includes EXPRESS Records by Domain) * Includes Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) and Letterkenny Army Depot (LEAD) Express Data by Office NameEXPRESS Information.
EXPRESS EXpedited PRofessional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS) Program is used for the acquisition of advisory and assistance services that fall within the scope of the EXPRESS under the following four domains: Business and Analytical, Logistics, Programmatic and Technical Domains. EXPRESS provides AMCOM customers services through multiple blanket purchase agreements. Detailed information on EXPRESS can be found the on the EXPRESS website at: http://www.acc.army.mil/contractingcenters/acc-rsa/Express.asp
EXPRESS Supported Systems and Equipment • Air Defense Command and Control • Air Traffic Control Systems • Aircraft External Storage • Aircrew Integrated Systems • Air-to-Ground Systems • Anti-Tactical Ballistic Missiles • Associated Weapon System Technology Development • Attack Helicopters • Aviation Electronic Combat Systems • Aviation Technology Development • Close Combat Missiles • Field Artillery Missile Systems • Field Artillery Rocket Systems • Fire Control Equipment • Fixed Wing Aircraft • Laser Designators • Light Observation Helicopters • Logistics Support Activity • Long Range Air Defense Systems • Medium Range Air Defense Systems • Medium/Heavy Lift Cargo Helicopters • Missile Sensors • Missile Technology Development • Non-Lethal Systems • Scout Helicopters • Short Range Air Defense Systems • Software Development and Engineering • Special Operations Aircraft • Support Systems, Missile and Aviation • Targets and Threat Simulators • Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment • Thermal Viewers • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles • Unmanned Ground Vehicles • Utility Helicopters • Vertical and Short Take Off Aircraft Systems
EXPRESS Business and Analytical Domain Scope BA1: Strategic Planning BA2: Communication Support BA3: Conference Support BA4: Business Management Support BA5: Process Improvement Support BA6: Financial Management Support BA7: Property Management Support BA8: Human Capital Management BA9: Organizational Development Support
EXPRESS Logistics Domain Scope ILS1: Design Influence/Concept Definition ILS2: Maintenance Planning ILS3: Manpower and Personnel ILS4: Supply Support ILS5: Support Equipment and Test, Measurement and Diagnostics Equipment ILS6: Training and Training Devices ILS7: Logistics Support Technical Data ILS8: Computer Resources Support ILS9: Packaging Handling and Storage ILS10: Transportation and Transportability ILS11: Facilities ILS12: Standardization and Interoperability ILS13: Continuous Acquisition and Life Cycle Support ILS14: Logistics Program Support ILS15: Reliability Availability and Maintainability Support ILS16: Logistics Support of Automated Information Systems
EXPRESS Programmatic Domain Scope PS1: Resource Management Support PS2: Cost Estimating/Analysis PS3: Schedule Development/Assessment PS4: Program Management, Plans and Integration PS5: Strategic Planning Analysis PS6: International Program Support PS7: Security Assistance Program Support PS8: Operations Research and Systems Analysis
EXPRESS Technical Domain Scope 3.1 Aeromechanics Technology 3.2 Airworthiness Qualification/Release 3.3 Electronics/Avionics/Visionics/Survivability Equipment 3.4 Environmental/Safety Initiatives 3.5 Guidance Technology (Guidance Analyses) 3.6 Guidance Technology (Electronics /Computer Tech Support) 3.7 Guidance Technology (Weapon System Guidance) 3.8 Industrial Operations 3.9 Infrared 3.10 Image and Seismic, Acoustic, SAM EM Signal Processing 3.11 Manpower and Personnel Technical Support 3.12 Manufacturing Science and Technology 3.13 Navigation and Control 3.14 Optics and Laser 3.15 Product Assurance 3.16 Production Engineering 3.17 Propulsion Systems/Technology 3.18 Radio Frequency Technology 3.19 Systems Engineering 3.20 Structures and Materials 3.21 Systems Simulation and Modeling 3.22 Software Engineering 3.23 Technical Data Management 3.24 Test and Evaluation 3.25 Test Program Set/Automated Test Equipment 3.26 Warheads 3.27 Weapons Science
EXPRESS EXPRESS Program Coordinator: Ms. Marcia Tully, ACC-Redstone 256-842-7409 Marcia.email@example.com GSA Point of Contact: Mr. Eddie Mills 256-759-0546 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Small Business Programs Website Visit Our Office of Small Business Programs website at: https://osbp.redstone.army.mil/
Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) Sparkman Center, Bldg 5303, Rm 3135 • Associate Director, Acting Mr. Timothy R. Kirkpatrick (256) 876-5441 Deputy Associate Director Ms. Mary Birdsong (256) 876-0921 • Small Business Specialist Mr. Todd Couch(SDB/8(a))876-3567 Mr. Lee Ford(HBCU/MI)876-5318 Mr. Phyllis Pond(SDVOSB/VOSB) 842-6236 Mr. Robert Schrader(HUBZone)842-6239 Ms. Judith Stewart (WOSB)842-0084 Mr. David Wall 876-5441