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PERFORMANCE
WORK
STATEMENT
FOR
NAVAL COMPUTER AND
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATION (NCTS)
JACKSONVILLE
DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SUPPORT
REV: 09SEP09
DRAFT
SECTION C - TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOR
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION (NCTS) JACKSONVILLE
DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FLORIDA
PART I
NCTS JACKSONVILLE, DETACHMENT KEY WEST, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
PART II
NAVAL RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) BOCA CHICA
PART III
NAVAL RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF) SADDLEBUNCH
PART IV
NAVAL TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY (NTCF) BOCA CHICA
PART V
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEMS CENTER BOCA CHICA
APPENDIX I
LIST OF EQUIPMENT, PROPERTY, MANUALS, PERMITS AND PUBLICATIONS
APPENDIX II
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PACKAGE
DRAFT
PART I
INDEX FOR
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION JACKSONVILLE
DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FLORIDA
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
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TIME AND PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
Contract Response Time Limitations
Dates Personnel Required to be Onboard
Orientation Phase-In Period
Technical and Administrative Publications
Scope of Service – General
Temporary Stoppage of Work
SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS
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2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
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2.20
2.21
2.22
2.23
2.24
2.25
2.26
2.27
2.28
2.29
2.30
2.31
2.32
2.33
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Contracting Officers Representative (COR)
Technical Administrator (TA)
Quality Assurance Inspector (QAI)
Quality Assurance (QA)
Quality Control (QC)
Maintenance
Ships Maintenance and Material Management (3M) System
PMS (Planned Maintenance System)
Maintenance Action Form (OPNAV 4790/2K)
Configuration Change Form (OPNAV 4790/CK)
List of Effective Pages (LOEP)
Maintenance Index Page (MIP)
Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC)
Configuration and Logistics Support
Information Index (SCLSI)
Corrective Maintenance
Metrology Automated System for Uniform Recall and
Reporting (MEASURE)
Operation
Technical Control Facility (TCF)
Element Management System and Automated Technical Control
(EMS/ATC)
Repair Part
Repair
Consumables
Calibration Schedule
Calibration Interval or Period
Repairables
Operable Equipment
HAZCON
CASREP Casualty Report
Defense Message System (DMS)
Navy Internet Protocol Routing System (NIPRNET)
Secure Internet Protocol Routing System (SIPRNET)
Performance Monitoring Program (PMP)
Facilities Definitions
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2.34
2.35
2.36
2.37
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Catastrophic Failure/Condition Code Amber
Mission Impairment/Condition Code Amber
NMCI
C4I
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
3.1 .
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.1.7
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GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
. Commercial Power
. Supply Support
. Petroleum Products
. Passes and Badges
. Coolants and Lubricants
. Navy Marine Corps Internet (NMCI)
. Government Provided Training
SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT
4.1 .
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
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CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL
. General
. Manning
. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
. Names/Number of on-site Contractor
Employees
4.1.5 . . . . . . . . Personnel Security Requirements
4.2 .
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
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4.3
. . . . . . . GENERAL OFFICE, TOOLS, CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES
AND NON-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
COST ALLOWANCE PROVISION (CAP)
. Repair Parts
. Antenna and Facilities Repair Parts
. Non-Availability of Repair Parts
. Fuels, Coolants and Lubricants
. Major Maintenance
. Call Back Maintenance
4.4 . . . . . . . . TRANSPORTATION
4.4.1 . . . . . . . . Motor Vehicles and Special Purpose
Vehicles
4.4.2 . . . . . . . . Personnel Transportation Costs
4.5 . . . . . . . . TELEPHONE SERVICE
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1 .
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
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COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
. STU-III Telephones
. Transmission Security
. Automated Information Systems Security (AIS)
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5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
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PHYSICAL SECURITY
. Restricted Areas
. Visitor Control
. Non Restricted Areas
. Intrusion Notification
. Security Inspections
. Intrusion detection System
. Security Planning
. Key and Lock control
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5.2.9 . . . . . . . . Emission (TEMPEST) Security
5.2.10 . . . . . . . Photography
5.2.11 . . . . . . . Employees/Agents of the Government
5.3 . . . . . . . . ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
5.3.1 . . . . . . . . Planned Maintenance Requirements
5.3.2 . . . . . . . . CASREP Procedures
5.4 . . . . . . . . GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT (GPETE)
MAINTENANCE AND CALIBRATION
5.4.1 . . . . . . . . Accessories
5.4.2 . . . . . . . . Transportation of Test Equipment
5.5 . . . . . . . . EVALUATION PROGRAMS REQUIRING CONTRACTOR SUPPORT
5.5.1 . . . . . . . . COMNAVSPAOPSCOM IG Program
5.5.2 . . . . . . . . Failure to Pass IG Inspection
5.6 . . . . . . . . GENERAL OFFICE, TOOLS, CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND
NON-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
5.7 .
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
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MULCHER AND DISINTIGRATOR SYSTEMS
Mulcher System Operations and Maintenance
General
Detachment Destruction Instructions
FACILITIES SUPPORT
. Facilities/Public Works/Utilities Plan
. Contractor Facility Work Cost Limitations
. Facilities - General Scope
. Buildings
. Caretaker Maintenance
. Grounds
. Fences
. Paved Areas
. Refuse
. Antenna Support
5.9 . . . . . . . FACILITIES - SPECIFICATIONS
5.9.1 . . . . . . . . Buildings/Structures
5.9.2 . . . . . . . . Facilities/Utilities
5.9.3 . . . . . . . . Ventilating and Air Conditioning (VAC)Systems Operation
and Maintenance
5.9.4 . . . . . . . . Compressed Air Operations and Maintenance
5.9.5 . . . . . . . . Emergency Power Generator Operation and
Maintenance
5.9.6 . . . . . . . . Electrical Distribution Operation and Maintenance
5.9.7 . . . . . . . . Water System Operation and Maintenance
5.9.8 . . . . . . . . Sewage Treatment and Collection Maintenance
5.9.9 . . . . . . . . Mulcher Systems Operation and Maintenance
5.10 .
5.10.1
5.10.2
5.10.3
5.10.4
5.10.5
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FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION
. Fire Prevention
. Fire Protection Systems and Equipment
. Personnel Requirement
. Fire Alarm System Operation
. Fire Extinguishers
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5.11.1 . . . . . . . . Performance Requirements
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5.11.1.1
5.11.1.2
5.11.1.3
5.11.1.4
5.11.1.5
5.11.1.6
5.11.1.7
5.11.1.8
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. Pollution Prevention
. Permits and Certificates
. Management of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
. Clean Water
. Oil Management
. Hazardous Waste Management
. Pesticide Compliance
. Solid Waste
Facility Inspections
Personnel Requirements
Costs
5.12 . . . . . . . . ANTENNA MAINTENANCE
5.12.1. . . . . . . . General Requirements
5.12.2. . . . . . . . Preventive Maintenance
5.12.3. . . . . . . . Antenna Field Vegetation Control
5.12.4. . . . . . . . Antenna Maintenance Safety
5.12.5. . . . . . . . Site Maps
5.13. . . . . . . . JANITORIAL
5.14. . . . . . . . SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
5.14.1 . . . . . . . Facilities Maintenance Safety Requirements
5.14.2 . . . . . . . Personnel Safety & Health Requirements
5.14.3 . . . . . . . Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE)
5.15 . . . . . . . . ENERGY RESOURCES/CONSERVATION GOALS
5.16 . . . . . . . . READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP)
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
6.1 . . . . . . . . GOVERNMENT CONTRACT QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA)
AND LIAISON PERSONNEL
6.1.1 . . . . . . . . Contracting Officers Representative (COR)
6.1.2 . . . . . . . . Technical Administrator (TA)
6.1.3 . . . . . . . . Employees/Agents of the Government
6.2 . . . . . . . . PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY
6.2.1 . . . . . . . . Performance Standards
6.2.2 . . . . . . . . Operational Availability of Communications Assets
6.3 . . . . . . . . GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE SURVEILLANCE
6.3.1 . . . . . . . . Radio Transmission System Monitoring
6.3.2 . . . . . . . . Performance Monitoring
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6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
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CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL
. Quality Control/Performance Monitoring
. Performance Monitoring Program (PMP)
. Frequency Accuracy
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
7.1 . . . . . . . . ITEMS TEMPORARILY IN THE PHYSICAL POSSESSION OF THE
CONTRACTOR
7.1.1 . . . . . . . . Communications-Electronics Equipment and Antennas
7.1.2 . . . . . . . . Test Equipment
7.1.3 . . . . . . . . Fire Protection Equipment
7.1.4 . . . . . . . . General Office Plant Property and Other Equipment
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7.2 . . . . . . . . CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES FOR GOVERNMENT
ASSETS
7.2.1 . . . . . . . . Damage Reporting
7.3 . . . . . . . . TURNOVER AND ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES
7.3.1 . . . . . . . . General
7.3.2 . . . . . . . . Communication Equipment Configuration (CEC) and Plant
Property Inventories
7.3.3 . . . . . . . . Electronic Equipment Proof of Performance
7.3.4 . . . . . . . . Communication Electronic Turnover/Acceptance Documents
7.3.5 . . . . . . . . Facilities/Antenna Turnover
7.3.6 . . . . . . . . Facilities and Antenna Turnover/Acceptance Documents
7.3.7 . . . . . . . . Contract Completion
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS
8.1 . . . . . . . . FACILITIES DATA AND REPORT REQUIREMENTS
8.2 . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES RECORDS
8.3 . . . . . . . . COMMUNICATIONS DATA AND REPORT REQUIREMENTS
8.4 . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE OF COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS RECORDS
8.5 . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM (ECP)
REQUIREMENTS
8.6 . . . . . . . . TECHNICAL LIBRARY
8.7 . . . . . . . . GOVERNMENT FORMS
SECTION 9.0 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION STATEMENTS (SEE APPENDIX III)
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STATEMENT OF WORK
FOR
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATION
DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1 Time and Place of Performance. The work described hereunder shall be
performed at NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL (NCTS JAX
DET)and all of its associated sites and as further specified in Parts II, III,
IV and V, for an orientation/phase-in/turnover period and a follow-on period
of one year plus four one year options, unless sooner terminated by the
Government. NCTS JAX DET is a component activity of parent command
NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE FL (NCTS JAX). NCTS JAX is a component of parent
command Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic
(NCTAMS LANT), which is a component command of Naval Network and Space
Operations Command (NNSOC). The latter command – NNSOC – was part of a DoN
reorganization of the former Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command –
NAVCOMTELCOM. Because of this recent reorganization, there remain some current
instructions and directives mentioned throughout this Statement of Work which
may reflect the NAVCOMTELCOM name. These instructions are still valid, and
will continue to be referenced by the original name until such time as they
are deleted, or the instruction (directive) name is changed to reflect the
current organizational name. Orientation/Phase-in/Turnover Period is the
transition period of time required by the Government for personnel of the new
Contractor to be on-site 30 days prior to the start of performance.
Orientation/phase-in of new Contractor personnel and turnover of equipment
from incumbent occurs during this period. The start of performance date is
when the new Contractor will take full responsibility for the operation and
maintenance of all equipment at the sites specified in the statement of work
(SOW). NCTS JAX DET consists of operations and maintenance facilities
primarily located on Naval Air Station Key West Fl within Buildings A1004 and
A1005. The Detachment security CCTV and IDS system equipment is extended to
and located in Naval Air Station Key West Building A324. The main Naval Radio
Transmitter Facility (NRTF) at Saddlebunch Key consists of primary building
J1561, and utility buildings J1700 and J1701, as well as some small sheds and
storage containers. All maintenance and operations within this contract are
intended to be performed during normal working hours WHICH ARE DEFINED AS
0600L TO 1800L on a Monday to Friday basis. However, the scope of mission
support must continue on a 24 hour per day, 7 day per week, 52 weeks per year
basis. To ensure continuing 24/7 mission operating requirements are met,
contractor personnel will be required to respond to all emergency call back
initiatives for the duration of all contractual periods. Contractor personnel
shall be responsible for all preventive and corrective maintenance to ensure
the continuance of all systems and equipment (including security and C4I
networks), and contractor personnel shall work with remote users at NCTS
Jacksonville, NCTAMS LANT, JIATF South, and other local user supported
locations via government-provided telephone, handheld VHF radio, cell phone,
pager, network or other communications media as provided by the Government.
Contractor personnel shall observe, assist and instruct as required any remote
government sponsored user on the restoration of all NCTS JAX DET equipment to
meet complete mission performance requirements. The Contractor shall perform
all troubleshooting of all NCTS JAX DET mission related circuits, networks,
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transmitters, receivers, security systems, air conditioning, power generation,
antennas, and all related or associated systems, and ensure timely repair of
all such equipment and systems to a level where the malfunction is isolated
and corrected to a mission state of full functionality.
1.2
CONTRACT RESPONSE TIME LIMITATIONS.
During the normal business day, (Monday - Friday), the Contractor will respond
to any equipment, network, circuit or system problems as soon as identified
and initiate repair action immediately. At times other than the normal work
day, the Contractor shall respond to non-emergency equipment circuit or system
abnormalities or failures on the next normal business day after the Site
Manager, or Operations Coordinator has been notified of such failure and
initiate repair action(s) as required. In the event of a catastrophic system
failure as determined by the reporting government agent, the Contractor shall
respond within one hour after the Site Manager, or Operations Coordinator has
been notified of such failure. Work to restore the affected system or circuit
outage(s) shall begin within one hour after such notification, and shall be
completed as expeditiously possible. A catastrophic failure is described as
any loss of mission remote operator control services between the NCTS
Jacksonville and NCTAMS LANT Technical Control Facility (TCF), JIATF South
TCF, Naval Air Station Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Security Monitoring
Station, or as further determined by the local government COR. Work hours
accumulated under this provision shall be billed only to the appropriate Call
Back CLIN, and will not be subject to any additional charges.
1.3 Dates Personnel Required To Be On-Board. The following labor categories
are required to be at the sites specified above not later than 30 days prior
to the start of performance for the purpose of turnover and orientation/phasein: Site Manager, 3M/QC Coordinator, and HVAC Facilities Supervisor.
a. All labor categories/personnel, as required by the Technical Proposal
Minimum Manning Requirements, and any additional personnel proposed by the
Contractor in the Technical Proposal, constitute the minimum manning under
this SOW. If the Contractor fails to provide personnel as specified above,
the Government reserves the right to reduce the contract price. During the
period of turnover and orientation/phase-in period, all personnel of the
Contractor shall be on site for eight hours per day, 40 hours per week. The
Contractor shall certify to the on-site Government Representative within five
working days from the reporting date that all personnel who are required to be
on board during the orientation/phase-in period are on site. Personnel who
are currently employed by the incumbent contractor may be exempted from
participating in orientation/phase-in period upon request and approval from
the Contracting Officer. All requests for exemption shall be submitted by the
Contractor to the Contracting Officers Representative (COR). The Contracting
Officer, or delegated representative, will make the final determination and
issue approval or disapproval thereof. The request shall include, but not be
limited to, a list of nominees for exemption, their titles, current positions
with the incumbent contractor, and reason for requested exemption. Requests
for exemption shall be submitted in sufficient time for the request to be
denied or granted prior to the date required to report on site.
b. Pricing for orientation/phase-in/turnover labor period shall be
provided for by Lot I, CLIN 0001 as provided for in Part B.
c. The Contractor shall submit appropriate clearance request
documentation within five working days of contract award. All personnel must
have the appropriate security clearances, as stated in accordance with
National Industrial Security Program regulations, DOD 5220.22-M and as further
specified in Part I, Section 4, Paragraph 4.1.5.
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1.4 Orientation Phase-In Period. The orientation/phase-in period is the
period of time required by the Government for personnel of the Contractor to
be on site prior to start of performance in accordance with paragraph 1.1.
The purpose of this period is for Contractor personnel to become familiar with
the duties to be assigned and to participate in the turnover of equipment and
facilities. All orientation/phase-in period activity will be conducted in
such a manner as to not interfere with, disrupt, or hinder the incumbent
personnel in the performance of their assigned functions. Orientation/phasein period shall include, but not be limited to the following:
a. The new contractor personnel's observation of the operation and
maintenance activities of the incumbent contractor to gain experience and
familiarization with tasks to be performed to discharge their assigned
responsibilities.
b. An orderly transition of duties and responsibilities from the
incumbent contractor to the oncoming Contractor by establishing procedures for
turnover inspection and documentation, in accordance with SOW, paragraph 7.3.
Turnover activities shall include, but not be limited to: inventory of
equipment and Government-furnished repair parts; observation and/or
demonstration of equipment/plant property performance and familiarization with
the Navy Supply System procedures; MIP/MRC requirements; 3M Maintenance
procedures.
c. Establish a management climate by formulating and implementing
appropriate internal policies or procedures designed to assign schedules and
tasks appropriate to the designated positions; determine logistics procedures
and emergency conditions, establish records; integrate personnel; familiarize
with operating and reporting procedures through NAVCOMTELSTA JAX DET KW
instructions, etc.
d. Establish company operations and interaction/communication with
Government personnel.
e. Familiarize with maintenance manuals, reports, maintenance
histories, logs and records and maintenance procedures.
1.5 Technical and Administrative Publications. A partial list of technical
and administrative publications applicable to the performance of this contract
is provided in appendix I-Q. As conditions change, a more current list will be
provided, including source availability Internet web sites to the Contractor
during the orientation/phase-in period. The Contractor shall comply with
these and any additional directives as and when provided by the government.
1.6 Scope Of Service. The Contractor shall operate and maintain the
telecommunications operations function at NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key
West under the terms and conditions specified herein. The telecommunications
operations function includes but is not limited to the following:
a. Send, receive, process and distribute telecommunications information
(message and data) for the Detachment. Message/data transmissions
shall be via Defense Message System (DMS) via access to the DMS User
Concentrated Site network which originates at NCTS Jacksonville
through various networks and/or direct commercial leased lines.
b. Operate and maintain the communications Technical Control Facility
(TCF). Provide all circuit operations, maintenance, and
administrative functions to fully support all communications
operation requirements assigned to NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key
West.
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c. Operate and maintain all networks, computer systems, communication
electronic (C-E) equipment/systems and ancillary equipment used to
support the telecommunications operations function at NCTS
Jacksonville Detachment Key West. The Contractor shall not be
required to perform corrective maintenance on assigned cryptographic
equipment however; some preventive maintenance procedures (e.g.,
operational checks, battery checks/replacements, etc.) may be
performed when authorized by applicable COMSEC directives and the
COR.
d. During normal working hours, provide continuous physical security of
all buildings, facilities and structures assigned to NCTS
Jacksonville Detachment Key West. After normal working hours, be
prepared to respond to any Call Back by authorized NCTAMS LANT, NCTS
Jacksonville, NCTS Jacksonville Detachment of Naval Air Station Key
West Security Department government personnel regarding security
system problems, or announced unauthorized entry. During Call Back
responses after normal hours, Contractor personnel will provide for
security system(s) repair, reset and system initialization.
Contractor will not provide police protection services.
e. Operate and administer the NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West
Information, Personnel, Physical and OPSEC security programs. All
security programs shall be operated in accordance with established
NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West, NCTS Jacksonville, NCTAMS
LANT, COMNAVNETSOC and OPNAV security directives.
f. Operate and maintain all utilities, emergency power generation
systems, mulcher systems, buildings, facilities, and/or structures
assigned to NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West, subject to cost
limitations as specified herein.
g. Operate and maintain all High Frequency (HF) transmitters, DRAMA
Microwave System, associated HF and Microwave antennas, and all
ancillary equipment used in support of telecommunications functions
at NRTF Saddlebunch Key and as specified herein.
1.7 Temporary Stoppage of Work. Temporary stoppage of work required under
this contract may be authorized by the Contracting Officer to accomplish
installation, repairs or other tasks.
SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS
2.1 Contracting Officers Representative (COR). The government official
appointed in writing by the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO), and
designated in the contract who provides technical direction/clarification and
guidance with respect to the contract specifications or Statement Of Work.
2.2 Technical Assistant (TA). The special assistant to the COR charged with
monitoring and surveillance of the Contractor's performance in accordance with
the terms of the Contract.
2.3 Quality Assurance Inspector (QAI). Assists in the evaluation of the
Contractor's performance by inspection and testing.
2.4 Quality Assurance (QA). A method used by the Government to provide some
measure of control over the quality of purchased goods and/or services
received.
2.5 Quality Control (QC). A method used by the Contractor to control quality
of goods and/or services provided.
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2.6 Maintenance. Fulfillment of all actions necessary to retain equipment
and facilities in a serviceable condition, or to restore it to serviceability,
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includes managerial direction and supervision as well as inspecting, testing,
and servicing.
2.7 Ships' Maintenance and Material Management (3-M) System. The nucleus for
managing maintenance aboard all ships and selected shore stations of the Navy.
Provides the means to plan, acquire, organize, direct, control, and evaluate
manpower and material resources required in support of maintenance.
Incorporates the Planned Maintenance System (PMS) which provides each user
with a simple and standard means for planning, scheduling, controlling, and
performing planned maintenance of all equipment. See OPNAVINST 4790.4 (series)
available in download form from http://neds.nebt.daps.mil web site.
2.8 PMS (Planned Maintenance System). PMS provides a simple and standard
means for planning, scheduling, controlling, and performing planned
maintenance of all equipment. PMS actions are the minimum required to
maintain the equipment in a fully operable condition, within specifications.
If performed according to schedule, the maintenance actions will provide means
to identify parts requiring replacement prior to failure. PMS procedures are,
therefore, preventive in nature in that they are designed to prevent future
equipment failures which might otherwise result in repeated corrective
maintenance actions. PMS procedures and the periodicities in which they are
to be accomplished are developed for each piece of equipment based on good
engineering practice, practical experience and technical standards. These
procedures are contained on Cards designated Maintenance Requirement Cards
(MRCs). MRCs provide the detailed procedures for performing the preventive
maintenance and state who, what, when, how and with what resources a specific
requirement is to be accomplished.
2.9 Maintenance Action Form (OPNAV 4790/2K). Standard form used to report
Maintenance actions and collect historical data on all electronic equipments
under control of Department of Navy agencies.
2.10 Configuration Change Form (OPNAV 4790/CK). Standard form used to report
completion (or partial completion) of alterations, maintenance actions that
resulted in a configuration change, and to correct discrepancies and errors in
the configuration files on electronic equipments under control of Department
of Navy agencies.
2.11 List of Effective Pages (LOEP). Is a listing of all MIP's (Maintenance
Index Pages) assigned to a specific work center.
2.12 Maintenance Index Page (MIP). A document prepared and issued in
accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.4 (series) for each equipment for which Planned
Maintenance System (PMS) support has been established. Each is an index
listing of a complete set of Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs) applicable
to the equipment and includes a brief description of each maintenance
requirement, periodicity of each requirement, skill levels required, and the
average time needed to perform each maintenance procedure. The MIPs for
equipment to be maintained under this contract are on site, and will be made
available to the contractor. The MIPs in conjunction with the specified MRCs,
constitute the electronics planned maintenance requirements of the contract.
2.13 Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC). MRCs are PMS documents which
provide detailed procedures for performing maintenance requirements and tell
who, what, how and with what resources a specific requirement is to be
accomplished. See OPNAVINST 4790.4 (series).
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2.14 Configuration and Logistics Support Information Index (SCLSI Index).
The SCLSI Index is comprised of configuration, logistics, and alteration data
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contained in the SCLSI Data Base at the time of index production. Data
updates and corrections are made using the standard OPNAV 4790/CK.
2.15 Corrective (Demand) Maintenance. The troubleshooting and repair of
faulty equipment when deficiencies are detected.
2.16 Metrology Automated System for Uniform Recall and Reporting (Measure).
A system for scheduling test equipment for calibration.
2.17 Operation. Use and control of equipment/facility/system for its
designed purpose. Includes direct supervision of man/machine interface as
well as managerial direction for daily tasks.
2.18 Technical Control Facility (TCF). A facility within NAVCOMTELSTA
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL which performs the following functions
and is the Government's central point of interface for all operational
matters. TCF personnel:
a. Exercise operational control over those circuits provided by
directly connected users, repeaters, and break-out points.
b.
Restore disrupted circuits on a predetermined priority basis.
c. Establishe on-call patches in accordance with established
directives.
d.
Coordinate maintenance actions according to operational commitments.
e. Work in close coordination with remote transmitter and receiver
sites, and with end product users.
f.
Perform quality control checks and tests on circuits and equipment.
g. Report circuit, channel, or transmission link status for management
and record purposes.
2.19 Element Management System (EMS) and Automated Technical Control (ATC).
A combination of software, hardware and network systems used by TCF to
remotely control transmitter assets at NRTF Saddlebunch and receiver assets at
NRRF Boca Chica as well as remote facility locations. This system also has a
message function that simulates a communication circuit used for coordination
and other non-record communication between TCF and various like Remote
Terminals.
2.20 Repair
which has an
(APL), Stock
drawings, or
Part. Any item, including modules and consumable type materials,
equipment application and appears in an allowance parts list
Number Sequence List (SNSL), Integrated Stock List (ISL)
a manufacturer’s handbook.
2.21 Repair. Repair and/or replacement of malfunctioning components of any
equipment to the degree required to restore full functionality to an operable
condition as defined under operable equipment.
2.22 Consumables. Administrative and housekeeping items, common tools,
solvents, lubricating oils, paints, or any other items not specifically
defined as equipage or repair parts.
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2.23 Calibration Schedule. A documented schedule distributed by cognizant
scheduling activities listing test equipments for each participating activity.
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2.24 Calibration Interval or Period. The maximum length of time between
calibration services during which each piece of test equipment is expected to
maintain reliable measurement capability under reasonable handling.
2.25 Repairables. All components or parts designated by the cognizant
inventory manager as an item which can be economically repaired when it
becomes unserviceable. Repairable items are identified by material control
code (MCC) D, E, G, H, Q or X. MCC D items may be disposed of locally when
they become unserviceable and cannot be locally repaired (i.e. by an
organizational or intermediate maintenance activity). MCC E, G, H, Q and X
items are "mandatory turn-in repairables" and must be transferred to a
designated depot level repair facility when they become unserviceable and
cannot be locally repaired.
2.26 Operable Equipment. An equipment which displays electronic, electrical,
and physical indicators in accordance with the performance standards contained
in COMNAVCOMTELCOM Inst 2313.1 (series), DISAC 300-175-9, as well as
manufacturer or other equipment technical manuals as may be provided by the
manufacturer or other government agency. Operable equipment is either Active –
in active use, or Standby - in a standby state of operation, either energized
or not, but capable of being brought into immediate service for the purpose of
continuing mission support. Further, operable equipment either meets or
exceeds the operational state when accepted for operations and maintenance by
the contractor.
2.27 HAZCON. A condition where redundant system/equipment is inoperable and
the next failure will result in loss of communication.
2.28 CASREP. Casualty Report. A report filed IAW NWP 10-03.1 when any
equipment/system is not repairable within 48 hours.
2.29
2.30
2.31
Defense Message System (DMS). An integrated, common user,
organizational and individual messaging and directory service system
comprised of various servers, routers, hubs and personal computer
terminals which may be stand-alone or network connected.
Navy Internet Protocol Routing Network (NIPRNET). A DoD network tied to
the World Wide Web, which consists of Routers, Switches, Hubs,
Firewalls, cables, computers and ancillary devices for the operation of
various DoD mission administrative platforms.
Secure Internet Protocol Routing Network (SIPRNET). A DoD network
similar to the NIPRNET, which uses secure control devices and is
separate from the NIPRNET. This system also allows for the secure use of
specialized mission control platforms across a network consisting of
Routers, Switches, Hubs, Firewalls, cables, computers and ancillary
devices for the operation of various DoD administrative mission
platforms.
2.32 Performance Monitoring Program (PMP).
improve operational performance by:
Performance monitoring is used to
a. Identifying critical operating parameters that provide the broad
overview required by managers to point out degrading and substandard
equipment, transmission links, routes, facilities, and networks. This
identification, coupled to a program of personnel training, provides for
certain and continuing sustainable mission at all times.
b. Establishing management thresholds and performance standards through
which substandard performance is identified and which facilitates corrective
actions.
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c. Comparing employee and equipment performance with established
standards.
2.33
Facilities Definitions.
2.33.1 Repair. The restoration of real property, facilities
equipments that have deteriorated or are no longer usable for
purpose by action of the elements or usage, and have not been
through maintenance. Costs in this category shall be subject
Contractor's Cost limitations specified in Paragraph 5.8.2.
and associated
their intended
corrected
to the
2.33.2 Emergency Work. That which requires immediate action to prevent loss
or damage to Government property, to restore essential services that have been
disrupted by a breakdown of utilities, or to eliminate life or serious injury
hazards to personnel or equipment. Emergency work is normally limited to 8
(eight) clock hours; however, this limitation does not apply as long as the
emergency nature of the work exists. Work shall be undertaken immediately
after approval has been received from the COR and no later than one hour after
receipt of notification at any time, day or night. No additional labor hours
will be charged to the government for emergency work, however materials costs
will be borne by the government.
2.33.3 Service Work. That which can be accomplished in two days (16 hours)
normally during regular work hours. It is relatively minor in scope and not
emergency in nature.
2.33.4 Recurring Work. That which is identified in scope and is performed on
a periodic, recurring or standing basis. Examples are grounds care,
janitorial services, preventive maintenance on air conditioners and emergency
generators, and Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI). Utilities operations
jobs fall in the recurring category. All costs for work in this category
shall be borne by the Contractor and are not subject to the cost limitations.
2.33.5 Specific Work. One-time maintenance, repair work that requires more
than 40 hours of effort to accomplish.
2.33.6 Minor Work. Usually one-time maintenance repair work that exceeds 16
hours but is less than 40 hours and as further defined in paragraph 5.8.2.
2.33.7 Control Inspection. A scheduled examination and/or test of all
facilities, equipment and systems and document their physical conditions. All
cost in this category shall be borne by the Contractor and are not subject to
cost limitations cited in paragraph 5.8.2.
2.33.8 Facilities Preventive Maintenance Inspection (PMI). Examination,
lubrication, and adjustment of dynamic equipment, to which no specific
operator is assigned. All costs for work in this category shall be borne by
the Contractor and are not subject to cost limitations cited in Paragraph
5.8.2.
2.33.9 Operator Inspection. PMI to any type of electronic or facility
equipment on which an operator is assigned. All costs for work in this
category shall be borne by the Contractor and are not subject to cost
limitations cited in Paragraph 5.8.2.
2.33.10 Continuous Inspection. Planned and scheduled inspections of all
facilities, utilities and equipment at regular intervals to locate substandard
conditions and initiate corrective action to keep these facilities at
established levels of maintenance. All costs for work in this category shall
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be borne by the Contractor and are not subject to cost limitations cited in
Paragraph 5.8.2.
2.33.11 Direct Cost. Those costs which are expended solely for raw
materials, parts, subassemblies, components and manufacturing supplies.
Catastrophic Failure/Condition Code Red. A loss of a piece of
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equipment, or equipment that directly results in complete loss of inter site
connectivity, traffic flow, or a total system outage resulting in total loss
of mission, that can be directly attributed to the communication equipment
physically located at the respective NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY
WEST, FL site.
Catastrophic Failures/Condition Code Red require immediate repair action
during normal work hours, and are subject to a one hour response time after
normal work hours for initiation of repair actions.
2.35 Mission Impairment/Condition Code Amber. The loss of a single piece of
equipment, or an impairment that results in the degradation of any mission
accomplishment; i.e. loss of signal level or individual circuit which does not
resulting in total circuit/mission outage as spare equipment exists for use by
customer end users.
Mission Impairment/Condition Amber requires repair action as soon as possible
during normal working hours, dependent on the current demand maintenance
posture of the station, and during the next duty day for failures after normal
working hours.
2.36 Navy Marine Corp Internet (NMCI). The Navy Marine Corp Internet
implementation is currently designed to place all administrative use computer
systems into one large centrally controlled environment. The prime NMCI
contractor is responsible for implementing all software and hardware
implementations and upgrades, as well as on-going demand maintenance. This
initiative which began in 2002, is currently ongoing throughout the Key West
area, and will eventually encompass all DoN administrative and message
processing computer networked systems. Currently, NCTS JAX DET KW is scheduled
to cutover all administrative use computer network systems and email servers
to the NMCI initiative in FY 05. Contractor personnel will assist in the
turnover and cutover of existing administrative and message use computer
systems to the NMCI Prime Contractor when such cutover is scheduled and
implemented. Until cutover is completed, contractor personnel will continue to
operate and maintain the existing NIPRNET and SIPRNET Administrative and
Message use computer systems.
2.37 Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I)
Networks. NCTS JAX DET utilizes various secure and non-secure C4I network
configurations in support of required mission accomplishment. The NIPRNET and
SIPRNET systems are currently being transformed to NMCI administrative and
maintenance oversight. IDNX, Element Management System and Automated
Technical Control systems may be configured, or reconfigured independently
throughout the term limits of the contract. Contractor personnel may be
required to reconfigure, or assist in the reconfiguring of the various
networks currently deployed at NCTS JAX DET during the course of the contract
term limits.
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
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3.1 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT.
support to the Contractor:
The Government will furnish the following
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3.1.1 Commercial Power. The primary source of power will be the local power
distribution company whose services will be obtained by the Government. The
Contractor shall be required to promptly report to the Government power
failures and/or interruptions and take immediate steps to provide emergency
power to ensure continuity of operations at all sites under the responsibility
of the Contractor. Monthly meter readings at all sites will be provided to
the Government in a format approved by the Government.
3.1.2 Supply Support. The Contractor may order any repair parts, consumables
or materials, required for equipment listed in the Appendices of this Contract
carried in the Government Supply System after final verification of all
pertinent data contained in the Federal Logistics Data on Compact Disc (FED
LOG) with all transaction(s) for requisitions processed through the NAVAL AIR
STATION KEY WEST, FL. Delivery time for routine requisitions usually takes
from 60 to 90 days.
3.1.2.1 Repair Parts. Repair parts for electronic equipment or systems,
facilities, or antenna systems, may be ordered, if available, through the Navy
Supply System. Identification of high usage parts is accomplished by
verification against the Allowance Parts Lists (APL) applicable for the
equipment concerned. The stocking of repair parts shall be consistent with
provisions of NAVSUP, Volume II. Insurance items are low usage repair parts,
failure of which could result in a catastrophic failure of parent equipment.
High cost low usage repair parts ordered by the Contractor and not normally
kept in inventory will be ordered against the Contractor's deposit for direct
turnover.
3.1.2.2 Use Of Navy Supply System. If use of the Navy Supply System is
anticipated, the Contractor shall provide the Government an irrevocable
standby Letter of Credit in the amount of $100,000 designating the Commanding
Officer as the beneficiary, or establish a security deposit within the Navy
Working Fund in accordance with NAVCOMPT Manual, Volume III 032102. In either
case, proof of compliance must be presented to the Government during turnover,
but prior to actual contract start date. The Contractor's security deposit
shall be a sum equal to the total estimated monthly requirements for two month
of repair parts, but cannot be less than $50,000. The Contractor shall be
responsible for the funding of any price changes.
3.1.2.3 Supply system Payments. Payment of all surcharges assessed by the Navy
Comptroller shall be the Contractor's responsibility. NAVCOMPT Manual, Volume
III, Paragraph 035960 refers.
3.1.2.4 Prompt Payment. The Government will specify the appropriate Government
Agency who will provide the Contractor a monthly billing of obligations based
on accounting records. The Contractor shall be responsible for prompt payment
to the appropriate Naval Supply Center.
3.1.2.5 Requisitions. Requisitions will not be processed by the Government
unless adequate funds are on deposit as stated in paragraph 3.1.2.2. Parts
ordered by the Contractor shall be picked up within two (2) working days after
notification that they have arrived at NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT
KEY WEST, FL. The Contractor shall inspect and provide signature receipt for
all supplies received from the Government. Materials requisitioned priority 2
shall be picked up by the Contractor and delivered to the site where required
within 24 hours of notification that the materials have arrived.
3.1.2.6 Repair Parts. The Contractor shall obtain repair parts for the
performance of this contract to the extent specified in Section 4, paragraph
4.2. However, the Contractor is not required to use the Government Supply
System if other sources are available. Failure of the Government Supply
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System to provide timely support on ordered items in no way relieves the
Contractor of responsibility to fulfill the Contract requirements.
3.1.2.7
Parts ordered through the Government Supply System for planned and
corrective maintenance or to replenish stocks will be assigned a routine
priority designator. (Priority 12 for stock replenishment, priority 05 for
direct turn-over items). A higher priority designator as approved by the
Government can be assigned to procure items needed to restore failed
equipment. The highest allowable (priority 2) can only be assigned by the
Government. These priorities will require the Contractor to submit applicable
information for proposed CASREP messages to the Government.
3.1.2.8
The Contractor shall perform all parts availability research,
identification and cross referencing of National Stock Numbers (NSN) with
manufacturer's part numbers. Identification of parts may be accomplished by
verification against the Allowance Parts List (APL) applicable for the
equipment concerned and/or AUTOMATED LOGISTICS PROCUREMENT SYSTEM CD-FICHE
(APLs), Parts 1 – 3 and/or Federal Logistics Data (CD-ROM), Parts 1 – 4 and/or
NAVAL LOGISTICS LIBRARY (NLL), Parts 1 – 3 (NAVSUP PUB 600). The stocking of
repair parts ordered through Government sources shall be consistent with
NAVSUP Volume II. Pick-up of repair parts from NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE
DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL and order/pick-up from other sources is the
responsibility of the Contractor.
3.1.2.9
All supply procedures shall be in accordance with
theguidance/procedures contained in NAVSUP manuals and instructions. The
Government will provide source availability during the orientation period to
ensure familiarity with procedures for use of the Navy Supply System.
3.1.2.10
The repair of repairable items (7G, 7H, 1H, Cog symbol items)
shall be handled by the Contractor in accordance with Supply System procedures
as further defined in Section 4.0 paragraph 4.2.
3.1.2.11
The Contractor shall procure all non-National Stock Number items
from sources other than the Government Supply System, unless otherwise
determined to be in the best interests of the Government.
3.1.3 Petroleum Products. The Government will provide all diesel fuel
required for operation of the emergency generators. The Contractor shall be
required to keep records of fuel usage, maintain adequate fuel levels to cover
reasonable delays in delivery and submit a monthly fuel summary report to the
Technical Director/COR, to include fuel quantities on hand. The Contractor
shall monitor and record all fuel tank levels each normal workday as a leak
detection measure. At no time will fuel tank levels be allowed to fall below
50% unless authorized, in writing, by the COR. During Hurricane Season (June
1 – November 30 of each year), the Contractor shall be required to maintain
all fuel tank levels at 80% capacity or better. The Contractor shall notify
the COR, in writing, when fuel tanks require additional fuel to meet the above
stated requirements, and the estimated amounts required for each site. The
government will prepare the appropriate fuel supply requisitions and forward
them to the Contractor for execution. The Contractor shall schedule fuel
delivery, monitor each delivery and ensure delivery of the correct type of
fuel and quantity requested. The Contractor shall complete and forward all
fuel receipt documents to the COR for processing. The Contractor shall monitor
the delivery of fuel and ensure the vendor provides the correct type, quality
and quantity of fuel. The contractor will be responsible for correcting, or
ensuring corrections are made, for all damages to government owned property
caused by fuel delivery personnel or their vehicles. The Contractor shall
require that the vendor provide driver certification to transport fuels and
also take delivery, and retain on file the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
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for each fuel delivery. Annually, the Contractor shall sample and test all
stored fuel using ASTM Methods D-287, D-86, D-976, D-1796 and D-4294. The
report will be forwarded to the Government for review.
3.1.4 Passes and Badges. The Government will furnish all Contractor
employees requiring access to sites included in this SOW, Navy/DOD employees
passes/badges. Contractor employees shall be issued required passes/badges at
the Pass and ID headquarters of NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, FL and shall
display Government issued badges while on any DoD property including all sites
included in this SOW. The Contractor shall ensure all security badges are
returned to the appropriate government agency upon departure or termination of
an employee or expiration of the contract.
3.1.5 Coolants and Lubricants. Coolants and lubricants for emergency power
production generators will be furnished on a reimbursable basis, by the
Government. It shall be the Contractors responsibility to ensure adequate
quantities are on hand at all times, as further defined in Section 4.0
paragraph 4.2 and Section 5.0 paragraph 5.9.5. The Contractor shall require
that the vendor provide, take delivery, and retain on file the Material Safety
Data Sheet (MSDS) for each delivery.
3.1.6
Navy Marine Corp Intranet (NMCI). Naval Computer and Telecommunication
Station Jacksonville Detachment Key West FL is scheduled for implementation of
the Navy Marine Corp Intranet (NMCI) conversion circa first quarter FY2005. At
such time Contractor personnel shall be furnished with adequate government
procured NMCI seats/systems with Internet capabilities to perform those
missions and email functions as may be operationally required. However, NMCI
seats will not be provided for the purpose of contract employee
administration. The contractor will provide sufficient computer and network
connectivity equipment as may be required by paragraph 4.3 or elsewhere within
this contract. The contractor will assist the NMCI installation and cutover
personnel in migrating all NCTS owned administrative use computer equipment
and network systems to the NMCI initiative. Once NMCI seats are established,
contractor personnel will be required to operate all NMCI administrative use
computer and network systems for the purpose of mission administration. The
Contractor shall use the provided NMCI operational services, and all personnel
will be subject to all applicable NMCI security, operational instructions and
regulations as may be required. No contractor computer system may be connected
to any government owned network or telephonic device unless special written
permission is authorized by the COR.
3.1.7 Government Provided Training. The contractor will be responsible at all
times to provided sufficient personnel who are fully trained and qualified to
perform the work and tasks for which they were hired. The government may, when
it may be appropriate, provide additional training on existing or installed
systems. When that training is scheduled, the contractor will make all
affected personnel available to the governments training representative(s) as
scheduled by the government. If additional training is required for new
equipment or systems which are provided as upgrades to existing systems, or
for which new technological requirements are required, and the only training
is at a remote location, the government may elect to reimburse the contractor
for travel, perdiam, and/or training course costs. These costs will be
reimbursed to the contractor out of a separate Contract Line Item Number
(CLIN), and only after successful completion of the training by contractor
employee(s). No additional administrative, G&A or other costs will be charged
to the government for these training and travel expenditures. All costs must
be presented to the government COR for approval prior to, and after training
is completed and subsequently applied to a separate invoice.
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SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT
4.1
CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL
4.1.1 General. All employees who perform work under this contract shall be
employees of the Contractor and not employees of the U.S. Government. The
Contractor shall provide a sufficient number of employees qualified to perform
all work under this contract contingent upon final approval by the Government.
All Contractor employees shall be able to read, write and speak English at a
level which is sufficient to perform their assigned duties. The Contractor
shall employ professional and technically qualified personnel to perform the
tasks outlined herein. The level of skill, education, and experience of the
personnel required to perform this effort shall meet or exceed the skill,
education, minimum qualifications and experience necessary to perform all
tasks as assigned in this SOW, including but not limited to the qualification
statements provided by the Government in Section C. The contractor shall
develop and implement a personnel qualification program to ensure contractor
personnel remain qualified to perform duties commensurate with operator and
technician requirements at each site. The contractor personnel qualification
program will be subject to Government review at all times to ensure
compliance.
4.1.2 Manning. The Contractor shall provide sufficient personnel at all
locations specified within this contract and as further shown in Appendix I,
where required, to provide normal operations and maintenance services on a
Monday through Friday basis. Sufficient personnel will also be provided to
respond on a Call Back basis, 365 days per year, 24 hours per day, 7 days per
week to provide emergency restoration and repair work when and as directed by
the government. The cost allowance provision sets aside a specific funding
level in schedule B to reimburse the Contractor for all call back labor, which
will be charged to the Call Back labor CLIN. Only call back labor hours will
be charged to this labor CLIN. No additional G&A or other costs may be charged
to this line item.
4.1.2.1 Contract Period Manning.
The Contractor after turnover period, shall
provide all manning levels, management and labor categories as depicted, and
government approved, in his Technical Proposal. Any vacancy shall be filled by
fully qualified personnel within the same management or labor category of the
existing vacancy within a 60 day period. Filling the position from in house
resources shall not alleviate the Contractor of the sixty day requirement for
filling the original vacancy. The new vacancy created by filling the original
vacancy with in house resources shall be tracked from the date of the first
vacancy, and the original vacancy shall continue to be considered vacant until
all positions are fully manned by government approved qualified personnel.
4.1.2.2 Required Minimum Staffing During the Life of the Contract: All labor
categories/personnel, proposed by the Contractor in its offer, shall
constitute the required minimum staffing during the life of the Contract. If
the Contractor fails to provide the required minimum staffing/labor
categories, with the required clearances, as specified in its offer, the
Government may reduce the Contract price.
4.1.2.3 Maintenance of Contractor’s List of Personnel: During the life of the
Contract, the Contractor shall continually update the list of on-site
Contractor personnel when substitutions are made and when employees are
terminated furloughed, suspended, or on extended leave of absence due to
illness, death in family, or any other cause. Changes to the list of on-site
Contractor employees shall be effected by the Contractor within five working
days of the actual substitution or termination of the employee. Substitution
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of Contractor personnel shall be made in accordance with the "Substitution of
Personnel" clause.
4.1.2.4 Continued Performance Pending Resolution of Contingencies. The
Government has determined that continued performance is necessary pending the
resolution of contingencies such as a lapse in current year appropriation
coverage, conditions resulting in the furlough of Government employees, or
other extenuating national or international crises. During the above
contingencies or crises, the Contractor shall proceed diligently with
performance of this Contract, pending final resolution of the contingencies or
crises.
4.1.2.5 Standards of Behavior: Contractor personnel shall present a neat,
clean and professional appearance as generally observed in a professional
setting and shall adhere to the US Navy’s no smoking policy. Smoking is
allowed only in designated areas where it does not compromise the rights of
non-smokers.
4.1.2.6 Personnel Removal: Government rules, regulations, laws, directives,
and requirements which are issued during the contract term relating to law and
order, installation administration, and security on the installation shall be
applicable to all contractor employees or representatives who enter the
installation. Violation of such rules, regulations, laws, directives, or
requirements may result in the command removing personnel from the base.
Removal of employees does not relieve the contractor from the responsibility
for the work defined in this contract.
4.1.2.7 Removal by Installation Commander: The Installation Commander may bar
an individual from the installation for conduct determined to be contrary to
good order, discipline, or installation security.
4.1.2.8 Removal by Contracting Officer: The Contracting Officer may require
the contractor to remove any employee, working under this contract, for reason
of misconduct or security. Contractor employees shall be subject to removal
from the premises upon determination by the Contracting Officer that such
action is necessary in the interests of the government.
4.1.2.9 All employees removed for cause under the terms of sections 4.1.2.5,
4.1.2.6, 4.1.2.7 or 4.1.2.8 will be replaced in accordance with the
“Substitution of Personnel” section 9.0.
4.1.3 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training (CPR). The Contractor shall
develop a personnel safety program, and provide CPR training for employees
based upon requirements and guidelines specified in CFR 29. Copies of CPR
Certifications shall be maintained in the CPR Certification File which will be
provided to the Government for annual review.
4.1.4 Names/Number of On-site Contractor Employees. The Contractor shall
provide the Government, at the end of the orientation period, the names of all
on-site Contractor employees, their position(s) as specified in the Technical
Proposal, job assignment, functional area, location, and security clearance.
4.1.4.1 The Contractor shall within five (5) working days update the list of
on-site Contractor personnel when substitutions are made, and when employees
are terminated, furloughed, suspended or on extended leave of absence (for
reason of illness, death, or any other cause).
4.1.5
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Personnel Security Requirements.
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a. Security Clearances During Orientation/Phase-In/Turnover Period.
All security clearances shall be obtained before Contractor personnel
participate in
orientation/phase-in training at their work site. Failure to
obtain clearances in time for personnel to be on-board and participate in
orientation/phase-in training may result in a termination for default. The
Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all security clearances in a
timely manner.
b. All Contract Personnel assigned to work at NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE
DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL, will be required to comply with the security guidance
of the DD-254 in this contract. The following are security clearance and
personnel investigation requirements of the contract. Station Site
Manager(s), 3M/QC Operations Coordinator(s), and Electronic Technicians shall
have a SECRET clearance. All remaining contract personnel requiring
clearances shall have a DOD CONFIDENTIAL Clearance. Secret and confidential
clearances shall be based on a National Agency Check and Credit Check (NACC).
The U. S. Government shall have granted all clearances.
c. All other personnel employed in the performance of the contract, not
requiring a security clearance, will be the subject of a favorable National
Agency Check (NAC) in accordance with the Facility Access Determination (FAD)
program per SECNAVINST 5510.30(series). Request for NAC based upon this
provision will be submitted in a format approved by the government for
processing, and keeping the NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL
Security Officer informed. Personnel under this program who do not receive a
favorable determination for access based upon NAC results, will be denied site
access and lose the ability to perform job assignments on the contract by the
Technical Director, NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL or the
Commanding Officer, NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE, FL.
d.
The Contractor shall ensure that any contract personnel
participating in cross training to qualify for a position of higher
responsibility or pay shall have the appropriate clearance for that position
prior to commencing training.
e.
The contractor will be responsible to provide all security escort
duties of any additional contractors or sub-contractors requiring access to
any facility or workspace area covered within this contract.
4.2
COST ALLOWANCE PROVISION (CAP)
4.2.1 Repair Parts. The cost allowance provision sets aside a specific Not
To Exceed (NTE) funding level in schedule B to reimburse the Contractor for
consumable electronic repair parts and material purchases as outlined in
section 4.2. The Contractor is responsible to furnish and install all
Communications Equipment repair parts and materials for the performance of
this contract within the CAP funding limitations.
a. Reimbursement for communication-equipment (C-E) repair parts: The
Contractor shall prepare and submit in an approved format a monthly report by
site identifying the procurement and installation of all C-E repair parts.
The on-site Government representative will authorize CAP reimbursement based
upon review and concurrence of the submitted monthly report. The Government
will reimburse the Contractor only for procured and installed C-E repair
parts. The replenishment of items drawn and installed from the Government
furnished C-E repair part inventory and new installations (repair by
replacement, as approved by the Government) within the limitations of the CAP.
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b. Reimbursement for NON C-E repair parts and materials: The contractor
shall prepare and submit in an approved format a monthly report by site
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identifying the procurement and installation of all non C-E repair parts.
Reimbursement will be made only for parts and materials required to effect
repairs in those circumstances where total material costs exceed the costs
limitations as set forth in Part I, paragraphs 5.8.2.2, 5.8.2.4 and 5.8.2.6
pending prior approval of the Government. CAP credit will be applied for
material costs required to effect emergency repairs for circumstances as
described in Part I, paragraph 5.8.3.4 pending prior approval of the
Government.
c. Reimbursement for additions to Government furnished repair part
inventories: CAP reimbursement is also available for high cost long lead time
replacement parts to be added to the GFM parts inventory. Procurement of
these items requires prior written approval of the on-site Government
representative.
Repair Part Validation: All replaced components (old parts) shall be retained
on site for verification of usage by appropriate Government personnel.
Following Government verification, the Contractor shall dispose or refurbish
failed parts/tubes as directed by the Government.
4.2.1.1
CAP Invoice. The Contractor shall submit a monthly invoice for
CAP reimbursement, separate from the monthly invoice for provided services. A
repair parts billing shall be provided with the CAP invoice, in a format
acceptable to the Government, and will include approved G&A charges applicable
to the monthly invoice; with the exception of G&A and NAVSUP surcharges no
other loadings or profit shall be charged against repair parts for those items
requisitioned through the Navy Supply system.
4.2.1.2
Repairable Item Management (DLRs). Repairable items, cognizance
symbol 7G, 7H and 1H, with a Material Control Code (MCC) of E, G, H, or X
shall be managed by the Contractor as further defined. MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP
Manual NAVSUP Publication P-437 and Master Repairable Item Listing (MRIL)
NAVSUP Publication P-4017 refers. All designated repairable items/repair
parts (7G, 7H, 1H Cog Symbol) shall be handled by the Contractor in accordance
with Navy Supply System procedures. The Contractor shall be responsible for
funding all repairables as specified in paragraph 4.2.1 above. If the
Contractor orders a repairable from the Navy Supply System and does not turn
in a “not ready for issue” (NRFI) carcass, the Contractor shall pay the full
(standard) price for the item. Additionally all costs for replacement shall
be borne by the Contractor and not charged against the CAP. For Navy stock
funded depot level repairables, net price exchange issues will be authorized
with return of the NRFI item being exchanged based on the requisition advice
code. If a carcass is determined by the cognizant repair depot to have been
“cannibalized” by the Contractor prior to turn-in, the Contractor shall
receive no credit. Additionally, all costs involved with the “cannibalized”
part and its replacement shall be borne by the Contractor and not charged
against the CAP. The Standard and Net prices are available at the Station’s
Supply Department in the Management List, Navy (ML-N). Repairable items that
are the property of the Government are listed in Appendix I and will be issued
to the Contractor as on-site spares. The Contractor shall be responsible for
accounting for the inventory in the Contractor’s possession. Any repairable
parts drawn from inventory to replace a failed part shall be reordered within
10 days at the Contractor’s expense. Costs for the repair part may be charged
against the CAP only after receipt of the replacement part and its return to
inventory. A quarterly inventory shall be provided to the COR, listing onhand quantities and status of outstanding requisitions. Inventory
discrepancies shall be replaced at Contractor’s expense and not charged
against the CAP.
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4.2.1.3 On-Site Repairables. The Contractor shall demonstrate to the COR, not
later than 01 November, that appropriately qualified personnel and equipment
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for Micro-Miniature (2M) Electronic Repair (as specified in NAVSEA TE 000-AAMAN-010 available at
https://ftsc.navy.mil/4103/2mmtr/references/CertPlanMAR2003.pdf) are available
on-site, to effect repair of all DLRs designated, in writing by the COR, as
"Repairable On-Site" and other components/equipment requiring 2M electronic
repair. Government-provided 2M workstations and contractor 2M personnel are
currently certified and are scheduled for recertification in June 2004. The 2M
workstations and contractor 2M personnel are recertified every eighteen (18)
months. The certifying activity is Fleet Technical Support Center Atlantic
(FTSCLANT) Mayport, FL, or Norfolk, VA. Costs associated with workstation and
contractor personnel recertification, in addition to costs associated with
maintaining or upgrading 2M workstations for purposes of maintaining
certification, will be borne by the Government. Contractor shall be
responsible for coordinating 2M workstation and contractor personnel
certification with FTSCLANT. The Contractor shall ensure that designated 2M
Electronic Repair personnel retain their qualifications during the entire
contract period. In the event the Contractor turns in a "Repairable On-Site"
DLR to the supply system for repair as a "Not Repairable On-Site" item, the
Contractor shall pay the full (standard) price for the DLR. Additionally the
item will not be allowable as a charge against the CAP. Failed repairable DLRs
shall be repaired within 30 days.
4.2.2
Antenna and Facilities Repair Parts. The Contractor is
responsible for furnishing antenna and facilities repair parts for the
equipment listed in Appendix I to the Statement of Work. For antennas, this
includes all associated concrete anchors, bases, tower or support footers,
guys, turnbuckles, clamps, lines, insulators, gears, or any installed part
which provides antenna functionality. For Facilities, this includes any part,
assembly, sub-assembly or other ancillary part which provides functionality to
the failed building, system or sub-system.
4.2.3
Non-availability of Repair Parts. The Navy may assist in the
search for repair parts that the Contractor is unable to furnish either from
Government sources or commercial sources and for which substitute items do not
exist. If the Navy is able to locate the necessary repair parts, available
sources will be identified to the Contractor and the Contractor shall be
responsible for the procurement and installation of such items. Nonavailability of parts does not relieve the contractor from correcting
deficiencies or repairs to affected equipment or facilities.
4.2.4
Fuels. The Contractor is responsible to furnish all fuels as
outlined in Paragraph 3.1.3.
4.2.4.1
Coolants and Lubricants. The contractor will be responsible for
providing all coolants and lubricants required for the completion of all work
as outlined within all sections of this contract.
4.2.5 Major Maintenance. The cost allowance provision sets aside a specific
funding level in schedule B to reimburse the Contractor for major maintenance
as outlined in paragraph 4.2 and 5.8.2. The Contractor is responsible to
furnish and install all repair parts and materials for the performance of this
contract within the CAP funding limitation. The contractor, under no
circumstances shall commence any major maintenance initiative without prior
written funding approval by the Government COR.
4.2.6 Call Back Maintenance. The cost allowance provision set aside in section
B for Call Back labor hours for those specific times or occurrences when an
employee is required to return to duty after normal working hours to repair
equipment or systems for which no other equipment or system was available for
service. The Contractor shall submit a separate monthly invoice at the end of
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each calendar month for all cumulative call back hours incurred during the
preceding month. Billing will not include any additional G&A charges,
surcharges or other loadings or profit which shall be charged against the Call
Back maintenance funding for those specific man-hours incurred and charged.
All Call Back charges shall be separately recorded and submitted to the
government COR for approval prior to invoice processing. No Call Back hours
will be paid for services provided without prior written government COR
approval.
4.3 GENERAL OFFICE, TOOLS, CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES, AND NON-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.
The Contractor shall provide all general office equipment at all workspaces
within all buildings or facilities included within this contract; computer
systems with Internet capabilities, fax machines, tools, consumables supplies,
and non-electronic equipment required for performance of this Contract, except
as provided on site during the orientation period. The Contractor shall assume
responsibility for the Government furnished tools and equipment, as further
defined in Part I, paragraph 5.6. Equipment listed in Government provided
inventories, which reach the end of their economical life as determined by the
Government, shall be disposed of as directed by the Government. The
Government may provide replacement items as necessary for the performance of
this contract. Those items not replaced by the Government will become the
responsibility of the Contractor to furnish for the life of the contract as
determined by the Government to be required for the performance of this
contract.
4.4
TRANSPORTATION
4.4.1 Motor Vehicles and Special Purposes Vehicles.
a.
The Contractor shall provide all motor vehicles and special purpose
vehicles required for the performance of this contract. All vehicles owned or
leased by the Contractor and used in the performance of this contract shall be
insured for at least the minimum public liability and property damage required
by Monroe County, the State of Florida, and Naval Air Station Key West, so as
not to encumber the Federal Government or the Department Navy. Transportation
of these vehicles to the sites included in this SOW, when required for the
performance of this contract shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
b.
Contractor employee privately owned/operated vehicles on the
premises must meet the same insurance requirements. Contractor owned, as well
as contractor employee privately owned vehicles must have the proper base
approved Department of Defense vehicle entry and identification decals
affixed.
c.
The Contractor shall provide all vehicles suitable for use in all
antenna maintenance initiatives and efforts. At least one vehicle shall be
equipped with a lifting device capable of allowing maintenance to be performed
at heights up to 80 feet along with sufficient storage area to carry required
personnel, tools, cables, and other related antenna maintenance materials.
The lifting device shall meet all OSHA, NAVOSH, COMNAVCOMTELCOM and NCTAMS
LANT Safety requirements. The contractor shall also provide appropriate LineTrucks or other vehicles so equipped to haul all materials and tools required
for any antenna maintenance requirements.
d.
The Contractor shall provide all motor vehicles and special
purpose vehicles required for the performance of this contract to include, but
not as a minimum; a 6000 pound minimum lift capacity fork lift, a medium size
four wheel drive tractor with a 60 inch bush hog, and a four wheel drive
tractor with backhoe (18 inch) and front loader, or any other special purpose
vehicle or equipment required to perform all contract facility (including
antenna), grounds, equipment moves, supply procurement, or normal maintenance
requirements as may be applicable.
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4.4.2 Personnel Transportation Costs.
shall be at the Contractor's expense.
All personnel transportation costs
4.5 TELEPHONE SERVICE The Contractor shall provide sufficient contractor
administrative-use commercial telephones and telephonic service(s), including
contractor employee administrative use network connectivity, at all sites
specified herein through the use of the local telephone exchange system.
Government furnished telephones shall be used only for official calls related
to the performance of this contract. Use of Government telephones for local
and long distance personal business is not authorized and shall be subject to
charges being reimbursed to the Government by the Contractor if the government
determines that contractor employee(s) have violated this clause. The
Contractor shall be responsible to notify the on-site Government
representative of any discrepancies, maintenance and trouble with the
telephone system. The Contractor shall be liable for all long-distance charges
applied to any government telephone line for any unauthorized calls made
without prior written permission by the on-site government representative. The
contractor will also be solely responsible for providing all cellular and/or
automated paging systems for the use of all employee emergent call back
initiatives. No charges for contractor use telephone lines or devices will be
charged to the government.
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
5.1.1 STU-III Telephone Units. Use of CRYPTO devices, including STU-III
telephones. The Contractor shall operate and ensure correct usage of all
COMSEC equipment (including security procedures). Except for preventive and
minor corrective maintenance, the Government will repair all COMSEC equipment
issued by the CMS department. If there is evidence of abuse or misuse by
contractor personnel, the Contractor will be liable for all repair and/or
replacement charges of all COMSEC equipment.
5.1.2 Transmission Security. The contractor shall maintain transmission
security in accordance with SECNAVINST 5510.36( ) and as further defined in
National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) DoD 5220.22
(series).
5.1.3 Automated Information Systems Security (AIS). The contractor shall
comply with DODD 8500.1 series and appoint in writing an Information Assurance
Officer (IAO) who shall implement the NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West,
FL IA Program on behalf of the local DAA and under the guidance of the NCTS
Jacksonville Information Assurance Manager (IAM). The IAO shall be a U.S.
citizen and meet all access requirements specified in DOD 8500.1, paragraph
4.8. All costs in this category shall be borne by the Contractor and are
subject to cost limitations as cited in Paragraph 4.2. The contractor shall
ensure that no personally owned Hardware/Software is used or possessed in NCTS
JAX DET spaces without prior approval of the IAO and Technical Director/COR.
5.1.3.1 The Contractor shall develop and maintain an effective Information
Assurance (IA) Program in accordance with DOD, DON, local and NCTS
Jacksonville IA established policies and requirements. Commander Naval
Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM) is the Designated Approval Authority
(DAA) for all Navy networks and information systems. NCTS Jacksonville
will serve as the NCTS Jacksonville Detachment's local DAA and
inspecting agency.
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5.1.3.2 The Contractor IAO will provide all requisite update information
requirements to the Detachment IAM as may be applicable for the
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development and continuing maintenance of an Information Systems
Security Plan (ISSP). Once the ISSP is developed, contractor personnel
will be responsible to continually provide the Detachment IAM sufficient
information for the IAM to continue incorporating defense-in-depth
strategies, ensuring Information Assurance readiness is maintained. The
contractor shall submit a review copy of the ISSP to the COR within 30
days of contract award.
5.1.3.3
The Contractor shall ensure that an IA awareness briefing is provided
to all employees, covering their IA responsibilities, prior to being
granted access to DOD information systems. Contractor shall further
ensure that annual IA refresher training is provided to all
employees. Records of training shall be maintained for the duration
of the contract including all renewals.
5.1.3.4 The Contractor shall implement the DITSCAP for security certification
and accreditation of all information systems and networks within the
NCTS Jacksonville Detachment’s accreditation boundary. Accreditation
documentation will be kept up-to-date, reflecting the systems current
operating and security configuration. Accreditation documentation
will be forwarded to the NCTS Jacksonville IAM for DAA issuance of
approval to operate.
5.1.3.5 The Contractor shall maintain positive configuration management and
control of all information systems/assets under his purview.
Further, Contractor shall maintain system configuration logs
identifying all components (i.e., hardware, software) of the
information system documenting system software (i.e. applications,
operating system, security patch, hardware upgrades) and hardware
changes.
5.1.3.6 The Contractor shall develop and implement an active Information
Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM) Program ensuring the
continued compliance with Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts
(IAVA), Bulletins, and Technical advisories throughout the life-cycle
of the information system. IAVM compliance and reporting shall be
conducted in the timelines set within the alert.
5.1.3.7 The Contractor will develop and maintain an Information Operations
Condition (INFOCON) Plan establishing methods to ensure the continued
operation and mission of NCTS Jacksonville Detachment during
heightened cyber threats. The INFOCON Plan shall identify all
mission critical information and information systems (including
applications and databases) and their operational importance. The
contractor shall submit a copy of the INFOCON Plan to the COR within
30 days of contract award.
5.1.3.8 Information Security. The contractor shall comply with
NCTSJACKSONVILLEINST 5239.1 (series) SECNAVINST 5510.36 and National
Industrial Security Program Operating Manaul (NISPOM) DoD 5220.22
(series).
5.2
Physical Security. The contractor shall comply with all physical
security and loss prevention program requirements as directed by DoN,
NCTS JACKSONVILLE FL, NCTS JACKSONVILLE DET KEY WEST FL, and NAS KEY
WEST FL instructions. The Contractor shall ensure that Security Badges
and Common Access Cards are retrieved and returned to the issuing
office as employees are dismissed, terminated or upon contract
expiration. The contractor shall ensure all new employees are provided a
reporting briefing covering building/detachment access control
procedures, key control, government property control, the introduction
of prohibited items in restricted spaces, action to be taken in the
event of emergency situations (bomb threat, fire), and antiterrorism
awareness. Contractor shall further ensure annual antiterrorism
awareness training is provided all employees. Records of training shall
be maintained for the duration of the contract.
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5.2.1 Restricted areas. The contractor shall maintain perimeter protection and
access control to facility assets and spaces in accordance with Chief of
Naval Operations Instruction 5530.14(series) and additional guidance
contained in applicable Command and DET instructions for the restricted
area designations as follows:
a. Building A-1004 Telecommunications Operations – Restricted Area
(Level One).
b. Building A-1004 Message Center, Receiver/Technical Control Facility –
Restricted Area (Level Two).
c. Building A-1004 CMS Administration Area – Restricted Area (Level
Two).
d. Building A-1004 CMS Vault – Restricted Area (Level Two).
e. Building J-1561 NRTF Saddlebunch Key Transmitter Operations
Restricted Area (Level One).
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f. Building J-1561 Transmitter Operations Control Room – Restricted Area
(Level One).
5.2.2 Visitor Control. All restricted areas shall be posted in accordance with
sign provisions set forth in OPNAVINST 5530.14 ( ) so as not to single out or
draw attention to the importance or criticality of an area. The Technical
Director/COR will review and approve requests, written or verbal, for access
by visitors to all Detachment areas. The Contractor shall maintain a separate
log to record all visitors to Level Two restricted areas. At all times an
appropriately cleared Contractor will escort all visitors – including
contractors and sub-contractors providing any form of work or visitation, who
are not holding a minimum of a Secret security clearance, when said visitors
arrive at or enter into a Level Two area. Visitors to Level One restricted
areas may be allowed escorted access provided the visit has been authorized as
stated above. Firefighters, law enforcement, or other personnel responding to
an emergency shall be granted immediate access to all areas. Once the
emergency is cleared, Contractor personnel will provide requisite follow-up
reports as outlined and required by DoN Instructions. All visitations by
personnel other than those hired by the incumbent contractor must be reported
to the Detachment Security Officer and the Technical Director/COR.
5.2.3 Non-Restricted Areas. All other NCTS JAX DET Key West areas shall be
considered “non-restricted” areas subject to the controls specified in
OPNAVINST 5530.14 ( ). All areas are subject to change in accordance with
mission requirements and at the direction of the Technical director/COR.
5.2.4 The Contractor shall be responsible for notifying the COR, NAS Boca
Chica Security Department and local law enforcement (when appropriate) of any
intrusion/attempted intrusion at NCTAMS LANT DET Key West.
5.2.5 Security Inspections. Whenever an area is occupied, the Contractor
shall inspect all NCTS JAX DET Key West exterior and interior areas at a
minimum of twice per watch. All such inspections will be recorded in the
Master Station Log, and any discrepancies or unusual events will be noted.
These inspections shall be frequent enough to discourage pilferage and quickly
detect efforts to damage/sabotage antenna structures, buildings, perimeter
fences, gates, paved or unpaved road beds, vehicles or any other man-made or
natural objects located within the confines of what is considered NCTS JAX DET
Key West area of responsibility. The unoccupied buildings exteriors and
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interiors shall be inspected to detect and eliminate or report, as
appropriate, fire hazards, unauthorized entry, and conditions of deterioration
that may lead to weather damage, fire or clandestine entry. Contractor watch
personnel at Building A-1004 shall monitor Detachment security using the
closed circuit television security systems along with performing the required
two physical security inspections per watch. Whenever an area is unoccupied,
contractor personnel will coordinate their departure with Naval Air Station
security forces, and alert them as to setting of applicable Intrusion
Detection System alarm equipment as well as the name and telephone number of
an appropriate contractor call-back employee. Upon notification by NAS KW
security Forces that either a security or fire alarm, or any other evidence of
a possible or actual security violation has occurred, the Contractor call-back
employee will arrive at the stated location within 60 (sixty) minutes of said
notification to determine the seriousness of the damage or equipment failure.
The contractor call-back employee will accompany the base security and/or fire
personnel and make every effort to secure the alarm or violated space to
ensure there is no compromise of national security. Contractor personnel will
repair and/or reset the failed alarm system, and notify NCTS JAX CWO, as well
as the government COR of the deficiency and corrective actions. The contractor
shall provide, at a minimum, a weekly inspection of all facilities to ensure
proper physical security is being afforded and all locking devices are working
properly. The Contractor shall take immediate action to correct or replace
all lock deficiencies. Further, Contractor personnel shall ensure an annual
physical security survey is conducted in accordance with NCTAMSLANTINST 5530.1
(series) and results are forwarded to the NCTS Jacksonville Detachment
Security Officer and the COR. Additionally, contractor personnel will make a
weekly inspection of all sites to detect fire hazards and conditions of
deterioration that may lead to weather damage. The Contractor shall take
immediate action to correct any of the above discrepancies and report same to
the NCTS JAX DET and Naval Air Station Security Officers. Fences shall be
inspected and maintained in accordance with paragraph 5.8.7.
5.2.6 Intrusion Detection System (IDS) Security Equipment Maintenance. The
Contractor shall provide maintenance on all IDS systems at all DET facilities.
The IDS/CCTV systems consist of installed Intrusion Detection System(s) (IDS)
providing continuous security monitoring on a 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
basis. The IDS and closed circuit television (CCTV) systems consist of various
security cameras, video and computer monitors, camera remote control devices,
alarms (perimeter, fence, interior and exterior doors), CCTV/IDS microwave
transmission systems with mounting hardware and poles, personal computers,
hubs, routers, networks, card swipe readers, and all ancillary equipment
including conduit and wiring with associated transmission lines required to
maintain adequate perimeter and building security at NCTS JAX DET Key West and
monitored by the NAS Key West Base Security Department. Failure or alarm of a
system requires the contractor to immediately respond to the alarm, and
correct the deficiency IAW the provisions of Part I section 1.2. and 5.2.6.
5.2.7 Security Planning. The contractor shall develop Standard Operating
Procedures (SOPs) for NRTF Saddlebunch, NRRF Boca Chica and TCF Boca Chica
which include the applicable elements for a physical security plan set forth
in OPNAVINST 5530.14(series) and the requirements of NCTSJAXINST 5530.( ).
SOPs shall also include actions for obtaining assistance from local police
authorities at each off base site for which unauthorized or suspected
unauthorized entry may occur. Each instance of assistance requested from local
authorities will be reported to the DET Security Officer and Technical
Director/COR within two hours of occurrence. The plan shall also include
actions for obtaining assistance from the Naval Air Station security forces
for instances of unauthorized or suspected unauthorized entry to areas
contained totally within the jurisdictional boundaries of the Naval Air
Station. The contractor shall provide security SOPs to the DET Security
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Officer and Technical Director/COR for review and approval within 30 days
following contract award.
5.2.8 Key and Lock Control. The contractor will implement a key and lock
control program at all sites to ensure that all keys and locks issued to the
contractor by the government are controlled and accounted for IAW all DoD and
DoN instructions. Items discovered lost or unaccounted for shall be reported
to the Detachment Security Officer and Technical Director/COR immediately. All
locks for which keys are lost will be replaced or re-keyed immediately. No
keys issued by the government will be duplicated by contractor personnel
without approval of the Technical Director/COR. Checkout procedures shall be
employed to the maximum extent in lieu of permanent issuance of keys to
personnel. A current key and lock inventory written report shall be given to
the TD/COR monthly.
5.2.9 Emission (TEMPEST) Security. It is both a security and a TEMPEST
violation to operate certain personally owned equipment in controlled
communications spaces where classified information is processed in any form.
Contractor employees shall not operate the following personal equipment within
NCTS JAX DET Key West Level Two or Level Three restricted areas: radios
(portable or otherwise), tape recorders, television sets, transmitting
equipment, cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers, automated hand-held
office assistants (Palm Pilots) and equipment containing electronic
oscillators. All government or contractor owned portable electronic equipment
shall be controlled IAW NSTISSAM TEMPES/2/95 Red/Black Installation Guidance,
NMCI Information Advisory 12-3 and NCTAMS LANT 5530.4 (series). Violations
can result in a request of immediate suspension of the offending contractor
personnel.
5.2.10 Photography. The contractor shall ensure that no form of photography
or use of photographic equipment is used without authorization by the
Technical Director/COR.
5.2.11 Employees/Agents of the Government. All employees/agents of the
Government, upon proof of security clearance and the requisite “need to know”
shall be permitted unrestricted access to all spaces at NCTS JAX DET Key West
to the extent necessary for the performance of their duties. General visiting
shall not be permitted and all access shall be controlled as directed by the
Technical Director/COR.
5.2.12 Loss Prevention. Missing, Lost, Stolen, Recovery (MLSR): All Government
property discovered as missing, lost or stolen will be verbally reported
immediately to the COR. The Contractor shall provide a follow-up written
report in case of property with a value in excess of $100 within three working
days to the COR, which documents circumstances surrounding the incident and
identification of all personnel involved.
5.3 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE. The Contractor shall maintain all C-E
equipment (meaning any part, or component thereof of any equipment or system
component listed within the appendices, and/or as installed to replace a
similar or existing system at time of contract inception) received from the
Navy for use in this contract, antennas (all components of any antenna or
antenna system including concrete bases, tower supports, anchors, guys, wires,
or appurtenances which may be detached such as installation gin-poles and
accompanying hardware), antenna transmission lines, antenna matrices and dummy
loads, networks and computer systems, and all other systems or components as
listed in Appendix I. All maintenance, weather planned, demand, corrective or
emergency must be accomplished in accordance with established Navy and Air
Force planned and corrective maintenance standards as listed within Appendix
II and in accordance with all provided documentation of Department of Navy,
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Air Force Scope Command Equipment Work Cards and USAF Technical Orders, or
manufacturers manuals. The Contractor shall organize and manage a Planned
Maintenance System (PMS) in accordance with Department of Navy Ship's
Maintenance and Material Management (3-M) Manual, Volume I, of OPNAVINST
4790.4(series) and SKED Version 2.1 (or as updated), for all items listed in
Appendix I. The Government will provide the SKED software during the
orientation period and the Contractor is authorized to install this Government
provided software on the Contractor provided computer hardware for access to
the Internet at all sites included in this SOW. Successful performance of the
Contract requires the Contractor to maintain, as a minimum, a PMS Performance
Rate (PPR) of 95%, and in accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.40(series) this PPR
will be inspected by the Government on a quarterly basis, beginning with the
second quarter after contract award. Failure to meet PPR standards may result
in a reduction in contract price . All maintenance and repair work shall
conform to the highest professional standards and shall restore original
equipment operation, reliability and accuracy as specified in NAVELEX 0967
(series) or manufacturer's manuals. All soldering techniques shall be
performed in accordance with the general maintenance section of the
Electronics Installation and Maintenance Manual (NAVSHIPS 0967-000-0167
series). The Contractor shall not exchange subassemblies, materials or parts
between equipments to accomplish repairs without the specific written approval
of the Government nor shall the Contractor substitute or replace parts or
materials with a grade of part or material less than that provided by the
original equipment manufacturer. Repair maintenance of fire safety and
security systems, and all fire safety and security system related components,
shall be accomplished within 48 hours. Failure to correct deficiencies within
48 hours for any fire safety or security alarm system equipment or within
seven (7) days for other non-emergency related systems may result in a
reduction in contract price.
5.3.1 Planned Maintenance Requirements. The Contractor shall perform Planned
Maintenance (PM) in accordance with the U.S. Navy, and Coast Guard Maintenance
and Material Management (3M) System as outlined by OPNAVINST 4790.40(series),
CNCTCINST 4790.1 (series), and NCTSPRINST 4790.1(series). All
Communications/Electronics equipment and antenna matrices listed in Appendix I
shall be maintained in accordance with the schedules, requirements and
procedures of individual equipment Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs) as
listed on each Maintenance Index Page (MIP) in Appendix II, available at each
respective site. MIPs and MRCs are available via the SKED. The Contractor
shall be required to develop local maintenance procedures, based on
manufacturers technical manual recommendations, for any unique equipment or
systems installed for those equipments listed in Appendix I, that are not
included under existing maintenance programs, in a format that coincides with
MIPs and MRCs and as approved by the Government.
5.3.1.1
The Contractor shall conduct all planned and corrective
maintenance of communications electronic equipment listed in Appendix I.
Corrective maintenance shall include troubleshooting of faulty equipment,
corrective repairs in accordance with good engineering practices, as well as
proper recording and reporting of such casualties and repairs.
5.3.1.2
Contractor repairs must be such that no loss of operational
capability occurs where failure is in equipment for which duplicate or
alternatives are provided. The Contractor shall evaluate and provide the
Government information on casualties in accordance with NWP-10-03.1. The
Contractor shall at all times be able to demonstrate satisfactory repair
progress to the Technical Director/COR. Repairs for which parts are not
required, locally available or have been received from supply sources in
excess of 7 days will be considered unsatisfactory. The foregoing period
requirements may be waived by the Government COR.
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5.3.1.3
The Government may add to or modify the equipment listed in
Appendix I for the purpose of improving performance and reliability of any
facility or communications equipment/system. Installation drawings and
manufacturers technical manuals will be provided as may be applicable. The
Contractor shall take delivery, off load and inspect all shipping containers
for superficial damage of all Government shipments to the sites included in
this SOW. The Contractor shall complete and submit to the Government
Configuration Change Forms (OPNAV 4790/CK) for all such equipment changes to
update the Configuration and Logistics Support Information Index (SCLSI
Index). The Contractor shall be required to prepare all documentation and
transport the removed equipment to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing
Office (DRMO) located at NAVAL AIR STATION KEY WEST, KEY WEST FL or as
OTHERWISE directed by the Government for disposal. Preparation of a disposal
document (DD 1348-1) will be required. If such changes result in increased or
decreased maintenance hours, the Contract will be amended pursuant to the FAR
"Changes" Clause.
5.3.1.4
The Contractor shall report all maintenance actions on all the C-E
equipment listed in Appendix I on the Maintenance Action Forms (OPNAV
4790/2K). The Contractor shall complete and submit to the Government, monthly
and in conjunction with the CAP Invoice, Maintenance Action Forms in
accordance with CNCTCINST 4790(series) unless waived by the Government
Technical Director/COR in writing.
5.3.1.5
Maintenance Index Pages (MIPs) are provided on site, and will be
provided to the Contractor during the orientation period. MIP's are normally
updated semi-annually by Semi-annual Force Revisions (SFR,) and are provided
by the Government. If such updates result in increased or decreased
maintenance hours, the Contract will be amended pursuant to the FAR "Changes"
Clause.
5.3.1.6 The Contractor shall designate in writing, to the Government, one
person as 3-M/QC Coordinator for management of the overall PMS program and one
person as Work Center Supervisor for each established/assigned work center.
Personnel so designated shall attend PMS training provided by the Government
at no cost to the Contractor within 60 days from completion of orientation
phase-in period. This training will include SKED software orientation to all
contractor personnel involved in performing PMS procedures. Additional PMS
training to all contractor operator and maintenance personnel will be provided
by the Contractor within 30 days following the government provided training,
and subsequently to any contractor personnel hired. Upon completion of PMS
training, the Contractor shall certify in writing to the Government that each
Contractor employee performing PM action(s) has successfully completed
Personal Qualification Standards (PQS) in accordance with NAVEDTRA
43241(series) Section 301, or as tailored by the Government for contract
operations. If any trained contractor personnel report 3M maintenance as
completed when evidence is found to the contrary, may result in a reduction in
contract price.
5.3.1.7 Contractor personnel will be responsible for all operations and repair
of the Detachment DMS computers and network systems. Further, contractor
personnel will assist NCTS Jacksonville with troubleshooting and repair of all
local area customers serviced by the command at the customers work center
location(s). Operation and maintenance of the Defense Message System Center
shall be conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions further stated
in Part V - DMS CEN Boca Chica. The normal hours of operation and maintenance
shall be considered Monday through Friday from 0600L to 1800L. Emergency 24/7
operations and maintenance utilizing call back personnel after normal working
hours, on holidays and weekends will be provided by contractor personnel in
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accordance with Part I, section 1.1.2. When required by NCTS Jacksonville CWO
or other authorized command Network personnel, maintenance for the purpose of
troubleshooting and repair of local Key West area NCTS customer DMS or
Gateguard message systems will take place only during normal working hours. No
emergency call-back will be paid for responses to customer work centers unless
prior authorization is given to the Contractor Site Manager by the government
Technical Director/COR.
5.3.2 CASREP Procedures. The Contractor shall report to the
corrective maintenance which will not be corrected within 48
discovery, irregardless of when that determination is made.
shall evaluate and provide the Government all information on
accordance with NWP-10-03.1, and NCTSPRINST 3040(series).
Government all
hours of
The Contractor
casualties in
5.4 GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT (GPETE) MAINTENANCE AND
CALIBRATION. The GPETE listed in Appendix (I) will be furnished and
calibrated by the Government. The Government shall be responsible for all
repairs, unless there is evidence of Contractor abuse of the test equipment
item. Proof of abuse will result in all expenses for repair/replacement of
item(s) being borne by the Contractor. Preventive maintenance of test
equipment shall be scheduled and accomplished in accordance with MRC 4911/00110. The Contractor shall pack and prepare, pick-up and deliver GPETE for
shipping to and from the Command Calibration Facility located at NCTAMS LANT,
or such calibration facility as the Government may direct. GPETE shall be
submitted in accordance with the MEASURE recall schedules provided by the
Government of "Calibration Due Date" listed on the most recent calibration
label. GPETE shall be submitted to the FCA 10 days prior to the expiration
date and returned to the assigned site/location within 5 days of the
"Calibration Completed Date" on the calibration label following calibration.
The Contractor shall maintain an inventory, in a format approved by the
Government, showing the location, status and calibration of all GPETE listed
in Appendix I. This inventory will be submitted to the Government on a monthly
basis for review. The Contractor shall not use any GPETE which is out of
calibration without written authorization from the Government. The Contractor
shall be held liable for all damages, or loss of GPETE in accordance with Part
I, paragraph 7.2.
5.4.1 Accessories. The Contractor shall replace all manuals, jigs, adapters,
and accessories necessary to operate GPETE, in the case off loss or damage of
these Government provided items, for the performance of this contract.
5.4.2 Transportation of GPETE. GPETE shall be transported with due care as to
preclude damage or voiding the calibration of the instruments by physical
shock. The Contractor vehicles, or modes of transporting GPETE shall conform
to the requirements as stated in paragraph 4.4.1.
5.5
EVALUATION PROGRAMS REQUIRING Contractor SUPPORT.
5.5.1 The COMNAVNETSPAOPSCOM (NNSOC) Inspector General (IG) Inspections are
conducted periodically (approximately every three (3) years) to evaluate the
operational readiness of individual stations or sites. Performance evaluation
teams are comprised of personnel from NCTAMS LANT Headquarters and/or NCTS JAX
Field Activities. Environmental Compliance Evaluations (ECE) are also
conducted approximately every year by various agencies. Notification of
evaluation visits are normally received 30 days in advance. The Government
will notify the Contractor of all scheduled and unscheduled inspections. The
objectives of the inspection are to:
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a. Evaluate facilities to identify significant deficiencies and problem
areas which affect the operational capability of the station, service to the
users or systems quality and reliability.
b. Present significant problems to the appropriate levels of the command
to allow implementation of timely corrective actions.
c. Provide technical assistance as required.
d. Ensure that deficiencies and problem areas have been properly
resolved.
e. Annual Safety Inspection by host activities servicing Safety Office.
5.5.1.2
In an effort to always be prepared for the Inspector General
visit, it is essential to be mission ready at all times. The Readiness
Management Program Plan as explained in section 5.16 allows all employees to
be prepared for any mission event at all times. Prior to and during inspection
team visits, Contractor personnel at the station and/or site being evaluated
shall:
a. Align all equipment under O&M responsibilities to MRC criteria,
contract specifications, and CNNSOC quality control standards.
b. Correct existing deficiencies, prior to the IG team's arrival
c. Provide the Government with information pertaining to the
availability of properly calibrated test equipment required to conduct
testing, prior to the IG's arrival.
d. Assign personnel, in their area of expertise, to accompany, and
assist the IG/ECE team members in the respective contract areas being
inspected.
e. Ensure that available technical manuals, station drawings,
distribution frame records, test and acceptance data, technical evaluation
reports, environmental plans and similar information on the installed
equipment are made available to the inspection team.
f. Demonstrate operational capabilities, and physical condition of all
equipments requested for inspection by the IG/ECE team
g. Perform appropriate tests, operational or administrative drills and
other required actions as requested by the inspection team.
h. Provide equipment/item quality control records as required.
i. Correct performance, and physical deficiencies identified by the
IG/ECE team, to the extent permitted by available resources, during the
evaluation.
5.5.1.3
A formal IG/ECE report, reflecting the team's findings and
recommendations, is normally promulgated WITHIN 90 days after the evaluation.
Upon promulgation of the IG/ECE report, the Contractor shall initiate
action(S) to correct all deficiencies identified by the team that do not
involve the redesign of the equipment or system. The Contractor shall further
submit a monthly status report to the Government for forwarding to higher
echelon O&M headquarters and the Contracting Officer, reflecting those
deficiencies which have been corrected and an estimated date of completion for
resolving all outstanding deficiencies. All deficiencies shall be corrected
by contractor personnel within 90 days of receipt of the report.
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5.5.1.4
All costs for labor hours and repair/adjustments as a result of
the IG/ECE's performance evaluation, under the Contractor's area of
responsibility as defined by the Statement Of Work (SOW), shall be borne by
the Contractor with no additional costs to the Government.
5.5.2 Failure to pass an IG/ECE inspection may result in a contract price
reduction.
5.6 GENERAL OFFICE, TOOLS, CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES AND NON-ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE. The Contractor shall assume responsibilities for the Government
furnished general office equipment, tools, flammable storage lockers, pallets,
corrosive lockers, and non-electronic equipment, including operation and
maintenance, and return them in the condition received or better, less normal
wear and tear. These items will not be replaced at the end of their
economical life as determined by the Government. All Navy-owned property
shall be accounted for in accordance with applicable Navy and DOD
instructions. The Contractor shall annually conduct an inventory for verifying
Property Lists as provided by the Government.
5.7
MULCHERS AND DISINTIGRATORS
5.7.1 Mulcher System Operations and Maintenance
5.7.2 General. The Contractor shall be responsible for the operation and
maintenance of the various CMS and Classified Paper Material Disintegrators
(Mulcher) Systems located in Buildings A1004, and A-1005 NAS Key West, and
J1561 at NRTF Saddlebunch. All operations and maintenance functions shall be
performed in accordance with Contractor SOPs, established preventive
maintenance procedures and manufacturer’s technical manuals.
5.7.3 Detachment Destruction Operations. The Contractor shall perform all
NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West required destruction operations and
mulcher systems janitorial and maintenance procedures in accordance with
Contractor SOPs and CMS-21( ). The Contractor shall be responsible for the
scheduling of “destruction runs”, qualifying of contractor operators and the
performance monitoring of all destruction operations. The Contractor shall
ensure all Contractor Mulcher System operators:
a. Are knowledgeable of all Mulcher System equipment operations and
safety precautions.
b. Follow all Mulcher System Operation and Destruction SOPs.
c. Perform all equipment securing and janitorial operations upon
completion of the destruction procedures.
d. Perform all required scheduled and demand corrective maintenance IAW
Facilities preventive and demand maintenance schedules.
5.8
Facilities SUPPORT.
5.8.1 Facilities/Public Works/Utilities Plan. The Contractor shall submit to
the Government within 30 calendar days following the end of the orientation
phase-in period the detailed management, organization and operations plan for
providing the services required by the Facilities/Public Works/Utilities
specifications contained in this section. This plan shall include as a
minimum:
a.
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b. Schedules of control inspection, preventive maintenance inspections,
preventive maintenance, service, and other recurring work and operator
inspections showing time, frequency, areas by categories, as applicable;
c. Methods or procedures for facilities inspection, deficiency/work,
identification, work flow and controls;
d.
Current and projected workload;
e. Organizational structure to include organization diagram to show
positions and locations, position descriptions, and subcontracts (includes
OPNAV 4790 requirements for EGL/TGL);
f.
Quality control organization and procedures;
g.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and copies of required reports.
The plan shall be updated annually with appropriate revision pages. The
Contractor shall submit the plan to the Government for approval and which
becomes the property of the Government upon contract completion.
5.8.2 Contractor Facility Work Cost Limitations
5.8.2.1
The Contractor shall provide all minor maintenance and repairs,
the need for which may arise during the course of normal or abnormal
operations, at no expense to the Government. The contractor shall be required
to purchase and install – per each occurrence - without reimbursement all
direct costs associated with the per occurrence procurement of parts and
materials required for general maintenance and repairs of any facility or
portion thereof within the following thresholds; $2,000 for facilities/public
works/utilities, $2,500 for Generators, and $5,000 for antennas and coaxial
transmission lines. Parts and materials are defined as raw materials, parts,
subassemblies, components, and manufacturing supplies (excluding General and
Administrative (G&A), equipment rental and transportation) combined, per item,
per occurrence. All costs for labor including that of subcontractors, if
required, in this category shall be borne by the contractor.
5.8.2.2
Major maintenance and repairs to facilities/public works/utilities
are defined as projects where the direct costs for parts and materials are
greater than $2,000. The Government will reimburse the contractor for that
portion of the parts and materials where the direct costs exceed the initial
$2,000 threshold. The contractor is responsible for all initial parts and
material cost without reimbursement. The contractor shall not initiate any
action to accomplish work where material costs exceed $5,000.00, but shall
report immediately the necessity of such maintenance to the on site government
representative for appropriate action. In cases where the government
determines that it is within the contractor’s ability to perform work where
material costs exceed the $5,000.00 ceiling limitation, the government shall
bear all material, and associated costs of the repair. When material costs
exceed the ceiling, if the government determines that the work to be
accomplished is not within the contractors’ ability to perform nor chooses for
the contractor to perform, the government shall be responsible to accomplish,
and bear all costs associated with the required repairs. When repairs are
completed by the government, the contractor will resume maintenance of
repaired items in accordance with the terms of the SOW. The contractor will
not refuse to fully resume all operational and maintenance responsibilities
for equipment or property which the government has had repaired or restored
due to same being repaired IAW the terms of this Major Maintenance clause.
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5.8.2.3
The Contractor will bear the cost for labor, parts and materials
including that of subcontractors for minor maintenance and repairs to antenna
systems and coaxial cables. The contractor shall be required to purchase and
install without reimbursement all direct costs associated with the procurement
of parts and materials required for general maintenance and repairs to antenna
systems within the $5,000 threshold combined per antenna/cable, per
occurrence.
5.8.2.4
Major maintenance and repairs to antenna systems and coaxial
cables are defined as projects where the direct costs for parts and materials
are greater than $5,000. The Government will reimburse the contractor for that
portion of the parts and materials where the direct costs exceed the initial
cost thresholds. The contractor is responsible for all initial parts and
material cost without reimbursement. The contractor shall not initiate any
action to accomplish work where material costs exceed $10,000.00, but shall
report immediately the necessity of such maintenance to the on site government
representative for appropriate action. In cases where the government
determines that it is within the contractor’s ability to perform work where
material costs exceed the $10,000.00 ceiling limitation, the government shall
bear all material, and associated costs of the repair. When material costs
exceed the ceiling, if the government determines that the work to be
accomplished is not within the contractors’ ability to perform nor chooses for
the contractor to perform, the government shall be responsible to accomplish,
and bear all costs associated with the required repairs.
5.8.2.5
The Contractor will bear the cost for all labor, parts and
materials including that of subcontractors for minor maintenance and repairs
to Generators. The contractor shall be required to purchase and install
without reimbursement all direct costs associated with the procurement of
parts and materials required for general maintenance and repairs to Generators
within the $2,500 threshold combined per generator, per occurrence.
5.8.2.6
Major maintenance and repairs to Generators are defined as
projects where the direct costs for parts and materials are greater than
$2,500. The Government will reimburse the contractor for that portion of the
parts and materials where the direct costs exceed the initial cost thresholds.
The contractor is responsible for all parts and material cost without
reimbursement. The contractor shall not initiate any action to accomplish work
where material costs exceed $5,000.00, but shall report immediately the
necessity of such maintenance to the on site government representative for
appropriate action. In cases where the government determines that it is
within the contractor’s ability to perform work where material costs exceed
the $5,000.00 ceiling limitation, the government shall bear all material, and
associated costs of the repair. When material costs exceed the ceiling, if
the government determines that the work to be accomplished is not within the
contractors’ ability to perform nor chooses for the contractor to perform, the
government shall be responsible to accomplish, and bear all costs associated
with the required repairs.
5.8.2.7
Facility Work Cost Limitation CAP Allowance. For major maintenance
where raw materials, parts, subassemblies, components, and manufacturing costs
exceed the cost limitations of the contract as described in Part I, paragraphs
5.8.2.2, 5.8.2.4, 5.8.2.6, and under the circumstances described in Part I,
paragraph 5.8.3.4 the Contractor shall effect required repairs, only upon
prior approval of the Government. Contractor reimbursement for incurred costs
in these categories shall be credited against the Cost Allowance Provision as
described in Part I, paragraphs 4.2 and 4.2.5.
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5.8.2.8
Cost Limitation Exception. All damages as defined as either minor
or major work, due to fault or negligence of the Contractor and as determined
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by the government, shall be repaired by the Contractor, at no additional cost
to the Government.
5.8.3 Facilities - General Scope
5.8.3.1
The Contractor shall provide for the management, technical
guidance, repairs, operation and maintenance (O&M) of all real property and
associated equipment existing at the sites specified in this section. The
Contractor shall maintain all facilities, utilities, mulcher systems and real
property listed in the Appendices in accordance with the schedules,
requirements and procedures for each item as further defined in on-site MRCs
and in accordance with applicable maintenance manuals. The O&M services to be
provided by the Contractor shall include furnishing labor, materials,
equipment, transportation, supplies and supervision. Repairs in excess of
seven days, for which parts are not required, or are locally available or have
been received from supply sources shall be considered unsatisfactory and may
be repaired by the Government at the Contractor's expense.
5.8.3.2
Real Property – including buildings - includes antennas (including
all associated antenna structural concrete support bases, tower footers,
concrete anchor supports or concrete anchors, metal anchors and plates,
turnbuckles, guy wires, insulators, resistors, clamps, cables, support
devices, baluns, winches, poles or any appurtenance or other part thereof)
structures and associated transmission lines, helix houses, substations,
buildings, emergency diesel generators, mulcher systems, dehydrators, storage
battery systems, flammable storage huts, water and fuel storage tanks, sewage
settling and oxidation tanks, septic tanks, sumps, pumps, security fences,
roads, paved areas, grounds areas, electrical power distribution system, and
all utility systems.
5.8.3.3
All planned maintenance procedures shall be scheduled in
accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.4(series) and performed in accordance with
Department of Navy, and manufacturers recommended standards where applicable
and in accordance with guidance procedures contained herein and in Public
Works manuals and in appropriate NAVFAC and other DOD facilities publications
available on-site and as further defined within this Statement of Work. In no
case shall the Contractor allow a deficiency of any government owned asset or
property, facility or piece of equipment to deteriorate to the point where it
becomes a major maintenance item as defined in Paragraph 5.8.2.2, prior to
taking action. Should the Government determine that this has been done, the
Contractor shall pay the full cost of correcting the deficiency.
5.8.3.4
Maintenance shall not include major alterations, major renovations
or major repairs to facilities and equipment regarding damages caused by
circumstances beyond the control of the Contractor, and without fault or
negligence of the Contractor, without prior approval from the Government.
Such causes may include, but not be limited to, acts of God or public enemy,
fires, floods, earthquakes and unusually severe weather. The Contractor shall
perform Emergency Work as described in Part I, paragraph 2.33.2, of the SOW,
for damages resulting from the foregoing causes. All material costs for
circumstances described in this paragraph shall be borne by the Government.
5.8.3.5
The Contractor shall be responsible for all facilities maintenance
as a result of Control Inspections and Preventive Maintenance Inspections
(PMI) of all real property and associated equipment under this Contract
include electrical power and lighting systems, water and sewage systems, air
conditioning systems, power distribution systems, mulcher systems, antenna
systems (including transmission lines and dehydrators), emergency power
generators and batteries, buildings and structures. Replacement of worn or
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defective parts shall be subject to the cost limitations specified in
Paragraph 5.8.2.
5.8.3.6
Alterations to assigned facilities will be requested in accordance
with NCSTJAXINST 11011.1 (series).
5.8.4 Buildings. The Contractor shall perform all work required to maintain
each specified building listed in Appendix (I), to ensure preservation and
stability of each structure and as further defined in paragraph 5.9.
5.8.5 Caretaker Maintenance. The Contractor shall perform all caretaker
maintenance work on the inactive areas (as determined by the government) of
buildings and real property which is listed in Appendix (I). Caretaker
maintenance work is defined as work required protecting vacant and unused
areas of buildings from deterioration due to pests, the elements and vandals.
Work shall be limited to roof and siding repairs, broken door
repair/replacement, window covering repairs, and boarding up of openings to
ensure security and prevent unauthorized entry. Routine work shall not be
required in the nature of aesthetics. The cost limitations of paragraph 5.8.2
for minor repair work apply.
5.8.6 Grounds.
a.
The Contractor shall perform the maintenance of all ground areas
within the boundary of the sites as specified in Appendix (I). Approximate
acreage of the areas to be maintained is indicated in Appendix (I). This
includes mowing, trimming and edging of turf, pruning of trees and shrubbery,
removal of trees and objects which may create a hazard to antenna systems or
personnel and collection and disposal of litter and trash. Drainage ditches
shall be kept clear and free of debris, foliage, weeds and other obstructions
at all times. Lawns shall be mowed and edged.
b.
Contractors Cost Liability. All costs for work in the area
regarding vegetation control shall be borne by the Contractor, and are not
subject to the cost limitations specified in Part I.
c.
For grounds maintenance in all antenna fields, refer to respective
site antenna field vegetation control in the SOW Parts I, II and III, and IV.
d.
Antenna Field Access Roads. The Contractor shall ensure that
antenna maintenance access roads/lanes are maintained so that vegetation does
not exceed 12 inches in height. Roads/lanes shall be maintained to ensure a
minimum width of 15 feet.
5.8.6.1
Semi-improved Areas shall not be allowed to surpass an eight (8)
inch height between cuttings. Height of cut shall not be less than 4 inches.
Removal of debris will not be required prior to mowing, except as deemed
necessary by the Contractor for the protection of the equipment. Areas
containing buildings, structures, parking lots, poles, trees, ditches, exposed
utilities, fences, or other obstacles shall have adjacent area to such
obstructions trimmed to the same general height as the open areas. Cuttings
shall be mulched and scattered or removed.
5.8.6.2
Improved Areas. Improved areas shall be mowed, and trimmed, trees
and shrubbery pruned and the vegetation (grass) maintained to a height of
between four (4) to six (6) inches. They shall be re-seeded and fertilized as
necessary to keep a neat appearance without ruts. Trees and shrubs will not be
allowed to root in areas of underground cables, pipes or wiring.
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5.8.6.3
Ditches. Slopes and bottoms of ditches located within areas
specified to be mowed shall be cut. Ditch slopes shall be cut down to the
water level existing at the specific time of the mowing operation in the area.
Ditch bottoms not containing water shall be cut to a height not exceeding
twice the cutting height of adjacent mowed areas. The Contractor shall cut
all trees and bushes having a trunk diameter of 6 inches or less which are
located within the ditches. Cutting of trees and bushes is considered part of
the cutting operations.
5.8.6.3.1
Drainage Ditches. On a semi-annual basis the contractor shall
apply approved herbicides to the vegetation contained within and on the slopes
of all canals so as to provide ease of drainage at NRTF Saddlebunch. Use of
EPA and locally certified application subcontractors is authorized. All costs
for work in this category shall be borne by the Contractor and are not subject
to the cost limitations specified in paragraph 5.7.2.
5.8.6.4
Brush Control. The Contractor shall cut and clear all undesirable
trees and bushes with a ball diameter of 6 inches or less which are within the
areas to be mowed. This work is considered part of the mowing and no
additional payments will be made to the Contractor for clearing.
5.8.6.5
Grounds Equipment and Special Purpose Vehicles. The Contractor
shall provide all necessary equipment and special purpose vehicles required
for the performance of this service (such as brush hogs, chainsaws, mulchers,
trailers, etc.). All costs for work in this category shall be borne by the
Contractor and are not subject to the cost limitations specified in paragraph
5.8.2. Additionally, it shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure
that the appropriate maintenance activities (i.e., City Electric System,
BellSouth, etc.) are notified to correct any deficiencies occurring on the
easement road and to follow up to ensure deficiencies are corrected. The COR
shall be kept apprised of such actions.
5.8.7 Fences. The Contractor shall perform weekly inspections and repairs of
all antenna fences and inner compound security fences to ensure that they are
kept in sound condition and the fences provide appropriate security to the
site. The Contractor shall replace with new members or parts any rotten
wooden fence members, rusty hinges, damaged metal posts, damaged chain link
mesh, barbed wire, vinyl coverings, chains, wheels, or any other related part
of the fence that will require repair, immediately upon notice of the damage.
All fences shall be kept free of vegetation for a minimum of six feet on
either side of the fence line.
5.8.8 Paved Areas. The Contractor shall provide as necessary all repairs to
station access roads and all paved areas at facilities under his
responsibility. The Contractor shall make spot repairs to paved areas and
shall ensure that all signs and markings are kept in good condition. Complete
repainting of road markings and signs shall be done as required. Paved areas
shall include asphalt or concrete roads and parking areas and sidewalks. All
areas shall be kept without depressions that will cause water pockets or
damage to vehicles or people. Inspections of paved areas shall be conducted
every month and after heavy periods of rainfall. Required repairs shall be
performed upon discovery of damages.
5.8.9 Refuse. The Contractor shall collect and dispose of refuse at
designated sites. Garbage containing or consisting of perishable items, such
as food or related items, shall be disposed of daily, or as frequently as
necessary during the day. Other types of materials such as paper, boxes,
non-perishable items shall be disposed of at least twice per week, or as often
as necessary to keep them out of ordinary sight of customers and visitors.
The Contractor shall provide the required equipment such as garbage cans with
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covers, enclosed collection trucks and other related items and personnel, for
all refuse collection at NRTF Saddlebunch. Dumpsters are provided by the
government at all NRRF/TCF Boca Chica operational and Administrative areas.
Sanitary fill or burning of trash will not be allowed on the sites.
5.8.10 Antenna Support. Antenna maintenance is a function of Facilities
Support, and is further defined in Section 5.12.
5.9
FACILITIES-SPECIFICATIONS.
5.9.1 Building/Structures.
5.9.1.1
General. The Contractor shall manage and perform all work
necessary to maintain the buildings, structures, mulcher systems, and
equipment as specified herein. The Contractor shall perform minor maintenance
and repair, inspection, preventive maintenance (PM), demand maintenance
evolving from preventive maintenance inspections, emergency and service work.
a.
The Contractor shall provide, perform, and manage a formal system
for identifying tasks necessary to assure that each building, structure and
associated installed equipment is maintained and repaired in accordance with
requirements specified herein. Tasks to be identified shall include
preventive maintenance, demand maintenance, corrective maintenance, or
replacement to obtain optimum value for resources expended within the
constraints as defined in Section 5.8.2.
b.
The Contractor shall provide written notification for each required
major or minor construction/alteration, repair and/or maintenance project
exceeding a direct cost of $2,000 that requires approval or direction from the
Government. All work inspections accomplished under PM shall be accomplished
entirely at the Contractor's expense and are not subject to the direct cost
limitations cited in paragraph 5.8.2. This written notification shall
include: a written plan for a centralized system for managing requirements for
the services defined herein, breaking the requirements into component tasks,
scheduling the tasks, arranging for materials, necessary outages equipment
availability and cost estimate. The Contractor shall coordinate the efforts
of various Contractor elements in meeting these requirements. The Contractor
shall conduct monthly controlled maintenance inspections and PMI which will
show the condition of facilities, structures and related equipment in
accordance with NAVFAC directives, and as further defined in Section 1,
paragraph 1.5.
c.
The Contractor, annually, shall forward to the on-site Government
representative, no later than 1 September, a listing of all known facility
related discrepancies, for inclusion into the command’s Annual Inspection
Summary Report in accordance with NAVFAC directives, and as further defined in
Section 1, paragraph 1.5.
5.9.1.2
Structure/Architectural Requirements. The Contractor shall
maintain and repair all structural/architectural components including but not
limited to those defined below:
a.
Roofs, Exterior walls, framing, masonry units and exterior trim.
Exterior and interior finishes shall be maintained as required to correct all
defects and damage, such as spalled areas, eroded joints, badly stained or
disfigured areas, and to keep the facility in good operational and sanitary
condition in order to preserve the components. This includes pre-existing
problems.
b.
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c.
Painting of exterior and interior surfaces. Controlled maintenance
inspection reports shall be used by the Contractor to identify and report
required exterior painting. Interior and exterior painting shall be
accomplished by the Contractor to maintain sanitary conditions, protect
surfaces or correct unsightly appearances whether they are new or pre-existing
problems. Repainting of an entire exterior building as one maintenance
evolution shall be considered as major maintenance and accomplishment will be
as further defined in Section 5.0, paragraph 5.8.2.2. will apply. Use of
subcontractors for major maintenance is authorized when approved by the
government so as not to interfere with labor requirements as specified
elsewhere in this SOW. Painting of exterior building walls where the entire
facility is not accomplished as one continuous job, will not be considered
major maintenance and are considered within scope of this contract.
d.
Roofing, flashing and gravel stops which are deteriorated or
defective, including pre-existing problems, shall be repaired in such a manner
as to render the work waterproof and weather tight. Trees shall be trimmed as
necessary to prevent roof top damage and the accumulation of leaves/debris on
the roof. All repairs/work to existing roofing systems shall be done to
original specifications and in such instances where warranties exist, the
contractor shall comply with warranty requirements so as not to invalidate the
warranty. Complete re-roofing shall not be accomplished under the terms of
this Contract.
e.
Exterior and interior hardware.
f.
Interior walls, framing, doors and partitions. Foundations,
columns, structural frames and connections shall be maintained to preserve the
structures.
g.
Ceiling and framing members.
h.
Floor covering and floors shall be maintained to make the floors
safe, sanitary, usable and pleasing in appearance. Broken, chipped and torn
floor or wall coverings, including pre-existing problems, shall be replaced by
the contractor. The replacements shall be of the same quality, pattern and
color as existing, unless otherwise authorized by the Government.
i.
Signs attached to, a part of, or installed in assigned building
structures.
j.
The exterior and interior, including roofs, of buildings shall be
inspected quarterly.
5.9.1.3
Interior/Exterior Low Voltage Electrical Systems. The Contractor
shall maintain or reconfigure as required and repair all electrical systems to
ensure the proper operation of all interior low voltage (600 VOLTS OR LESS)
electrical systems. All work shall conform to the National Electric Code.
Replacement materials shall be the same kind, equal or better type, style,
quality, grade or class in order to obtain specific operating characteristics
to match the original or other items already in place. Replacement of light
bulbs or fluorescent lighting tubes is included; however, use of lamps smaller
or larger than those for which the fixture is designed is prohibited and all
replacement fluorescent lighting tubes shall be of a type that is considered
environmentally safe. Replaced fluorescent lighting tubes, not
environmentally safe, shall be collected and disposed of in accordance with
EPA and local regulations. Disposal costs shall be borne by the contractor at
no additional cost to the government. Phantom tubes shall not be replaced by
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fluorescent lighting tubes without Government approval.
paragraph includes:
The work under this
a.
Maintenance/repair of the complete building or facility (sheds,
sumps, utility lighting, etc.) structure low voltage wiring system, entrance
and distribution panels and switchgear, cable system, conductors, conduits,
controls, transformers, switches, receptacles, outlets, device plates, ground
systems, emergency lights, light fixtures, motor-generator sets, chargers, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), power tools, hand tools, and all related
appurtenances.
b.
The Contractor shall inspect monthly and replace all defective
light bulbs and florescent lighting tubes as required.
c.
Exterior lights or fixtures located on assigned buildings and
structures including walkways and parking lot lighting.
d.
Annual cleaning of electrical switch board circuit breakers and
protective devices. Calibration of circuit breakers and protective devices
shall be in accordance with NAVFAC directives and as further defined in
Section 1, paragraph 1.5.
5.9.1.3.1
Transformer Inspection. Daily, monthly, and quarterly inspections
of all transformers, substations/lighting/distribution at sites specified
herein shall be conducted by the Contractor. The Contractor shall inspect
each unit for leaks and physical condition, record results of inspections in
the transformer inspection log and provide a quarterly inspection summary to
the Government. In case of leaks, the Contractor shall follow procedures
recommended by the manufacturer to effect repairs so as to bring the equipment
back to original condition.
5.9.1.3.2
Grounding, Bonding, and Shielding. The Contractor shall maintain
all grounding, bonding, and shielding at the sites specified herein in
accordance with Volume 2 of MIL-HANDBOOK-419 and as further defined in Section
1, paragraph 1.5. Earth Resistance Measurements will be taken annually with
data recorded on the Resistance Measurement Work Sheet (Figure 2-4 of MILHANDBOOK-419). All reports of deficiencies and annual maintenance
reports/surveys shall be submitted to the Government.
5.9.1.4
Ventilation Systems. In addition to the requirements cited
elsewhere in this SOW, the Contractor shall perform maintenance and repair
work required to ensure the proper operation of ventilation systems. This
work includes, but is not limited to, the following:
a.
Motors, louvers, drive assemblies and fans.
b.
Wiring and electrical controls.
c.
Piping and duct insulation.
d.
Guards, casing, hangers, support, platforms and mountings.
e.
Air filters and belts.
5.9.1.5
Plumbing. The Contractor shall perform maintenance and repair work
required to ensure the proper operation of plumbing systems. All sanitary
fixtures shall be cleaned daily. Leaking faucets, broken water lines and
damaged fixtures shall be repaired immediately or replaced as required. Water
heaters, including safety valves, piping and all related fittings shall be
inspected and repaired/replaced as required. Heating elements of water
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heaters shall be inspected annually to prevent the adherence of minerals
(calcium stones, etc.) that could damage the units. Water heaters shall be
drained, anodes shall be inspected and replaced as required. Material,
supplies, units and equipment provided shall be the same kind, grade, quantity
and size as the original. Plumbing systems include:
a.
Waterlines - all interior building piping and that exterior piping
within the inner compound of each respective site.
b.
All interior hot water piping and water heaters
c.
All interior piping and exterior sanitary waste lines
d.
All fittings, valves, pumps, insulation and other appurtenances
related to these items.
e.
All fire fighting water distribution systems.
5.9.1.6
Sheet metal/Welding. The Contractor shall maintain and repair the
following:
a.
Sheet metal articles, parts and assemblies associated with
buildings and structures
b.
downspouts
Flashing, metal sidings, roofing, trim members, gutters, and
c.
Non-structural welding support for maintenance and repair
associated with buildings and structures
d.
Structural welding shall be accomplished in accordance with the
following instructions:
Repair to or construction of structural members or any portions of material
handling equipment shall be accomplished as required or recommended by the
applicable publications of the American Welding Society (AWS). Welders and
welding operators shall be certified in accordance with the AWS for applicable
material to be welded. Structural welds shall be defined as welds which can
be reasonably identified as a potential safety hazard to personnel or
equipment should such welds fail. Repairs to or construction of pressure
vessels shall be accomplished in accordance with requirements and
recommendations of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Boiler
and Pressure Vessels code. Welder operators shall be certified in accordance
with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section IX. Pressure vessels
shall include, but not be limited to, pressure piping and tanks.
5.9.1.7
Fire Protection Systems and Equipment. The Contractor shall
maintain, repair and test all fire protection systems as defined in Part I,
paragraph 5.10 of the SOW.
5.9.1.8
Locksmith Services. The Contractor shall provide locksmith
emergency service work for all buildings/structures, safes, furniture and
miscellaneous equipment. The Contractor shall also provide the following:
a.
Manufacture of operating keys
b.
Installation of lock hardware (cylinders, cores, etc.)
c.
Repair of all locks.
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5.9.1.9
Air Compressor Systems. The Contractor shall maintain, repair, and
service air compressors and dry air systems.
5.9.2 Facilities/Utilities.
5.9.2.1
General. The Contractor shall operate, maintain, and manage the
utility systems as specified herein. In general, the work shall also include
the planning, scheduling, status reporting, and analysis of all equipment
systems for those utilities where the operations and maintenance
responsibilities have been assigned to the Contractor. For all sites included
in this Contract, utility systems (including air conditioners, water,
sewer/septic systems, fuel, electrical distribution, compressed air, emergency
power generation, fire alarms, cathodic protection systems on fuel storage,
fuel leak detection and monitoring systems, and miscellaneous pumps), the
Contractor shall be responsible for the operation, inspection, preventive
maintenance (PM), minor maintenance, repair, service, and work as appropriate
and as designated herein.
5.9.2.2
Utilities Systems Description (General). For purposes of
interpreting this specification, the work load shall be designated using the
following system description:
a.
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems.
Includes the HVAC portions of central utility plants, air
conditioning/refrigeration equipment, and interconnecting piping systems,
controls, delivery systems and associated equipments and hardware.
b.
Compressed Air Distribution Systems. Includes the compressor and
compressed air piping between the compressor and the points of use including
piping systems (valves, expansion joints and anchors, drains, and pressure
regulators).
c.
Emergency Power. Includes diesel engines, diesel engine driven
generators, and Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) systems which provide backup
for primary power and other utility systems.
d.
Dry Air Systems. Includes all components of coaxial cable, air
conditioning, and ventilation dry air, air control, manifolds, driers, and air
distribution systems.
e.
Electrical Distribution. Includes all facility electrical
distributions systems such as (1) underground transmission and distribution
lines from delivery points to all main service entrance protective equipment
(circuit breaker, switches, etc.) in buildings, including substations and
accessories, and (2) exterior lighting systems, including street lighting,
area flood lighting, perimeter and security lighting, (3) obstruction lighting
and (4) secondary drops to the building system.
f.
Water Distribution. Includes the source, storage tanks, and the
piping systems between the water source and points of utilization. The point
of use is defined as a point 5 feet from the foundation of the building, or
for those facilities that are metered, the point where the pipe enters the
individual meter serving the facility or site.
g.
Sewage Collection. The system through which domestic wastes are
collected within any building, and transported to the point of discharge into
the septic and includes all piping systems and associated equipment from the
building foundation to the inlet at the septic tank, the septic tank, and all
septic discharge lines including those of the drain field.
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h.
Sewage Treatment. The maintenance, service, repair and treatment
of all septic tanks and associated drain fields.
5.9.3
Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems Operation and
Maintenance.
5.9.3.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage and execute an
operations and maintenance program for the HVAC systems as described generally
above and specifically within this section. The HVAC systems operations and
maintenance program includes refrigeration, air conditioning, air handling and
mechanical ventilating equipment, pure water production equipment, control air
systems equipment, distribution systems, associated piping and control
devices, environmental control systems, computers systems and network links,
and dehumidification systems.
5.9.3.2
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall operate, maintain and repair
all HVAC systems, equipment, and distribution systems listed in Appendix I, in
accordance to MRCs, and applicable maintenance manuals. The Contractor shall
maintain and service all air conditioning and ventilation equipment. The work
includes the maintenance and treatment, where applicable, of cooling coils,
refrigeration compressors, and filter units, evaporation coolers, condensers,
fans, filters, heat exchangers, dampers, supply and exhaust fans, thermostats,
humidistats, flexible connections, duct work, vent piping duct, insulation,
registers, grills, diffusers, air control devices, electrical controls and
devices, and all ancillary equipment necessary for a complete operating
system. The equipment will include, but not necessarily be limited to the
equipment listed in Appendix I. The Contractor shall provide all consumables
necessary for the proper operation of the HVAC systems.
a.
The Contractor shall provide systematic inspection and preventive
maintenance and documentation in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations and Contract PM requirements available, and to be provided to
the Contractor during the orientation period.
5.9.3.3
Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined above, and the specific maintenance schedules, the
Contractor shall operate and maintain the equipment in accordance with the
contract PM Program. The HVAC systems shall be balanced to provide economical
and efficient system operation to meet operational criteria. Air
conditioning/refrigeration units shall operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per
week. Facilities shall be manned in accordance with current operating
practices of private and commercial industry to provide reliable operation.
Contractor shall have repair personnel on-site to commence repairs on systems
where an outage may place operational requirements in a HAZCON condition, or
as determined by the government within one hour of notification, on a 24 hours
a day 7 days a week basis. All call back maintenance labor costs shall be paid
by the Call Back labor CLIN, and no further maintenance charges or G&A charges
shall be associated with call back maintenance efforts to repair fialed
equipment. The Contractor shall:
a.
Maintain records of normal and abnormal operating conditions and
of malfunctions.
b.
Provide preventive maintenance on the units.
c.
Provide repair for failures in equipment within the cost
limitations cited in paragraph 5.8.2.
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Personnel Requirements. The Contractor shall provide sufficient
and qualified supervisory and journeyman operating and maintenance personnel
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who can operate centralized, multiple zone air conditioning plants that serve
a building or complex of buildings; check temperature sensing points and
calibrate controls; start, regulate and stop air handling equipment; regulate
compressors; reset and calibrate temperature controls, and; provide preventive
maintenance, minor repair, corrosion control and overhaul service.
5.9.4 Compressed Air Operation and Maintenance.
5.9.4.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage and execute an
operations and maintenance program for stationary air compressors systems.
The compressed air operations and maintenance program includes compressors and
the compressed air piping system between the compressor and the points of use
(including piping, valves, expansion joints and anchors, drains and pressure
regulators).
5.9.4.2
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall operate, maintain, inspect,
and repair the compressed air distribution systems and ensure certification by
the state.
a.
The Contractor shall organize forces to provide systematic
periodic inspections, preventive maintenance, documentation and repair of this
equipment in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations. All support
shall be performed by qualified personnel in strict compliance with
manufacturer's recommendations and contract PM schedules.
b.
The Contractor shall perform all testing and certification
inspections of all pressure vessels and associated valves, lines, gauges, and
driers. Unfired pressure vessel inspections will be performed biannually by a
NAVFAC approved inspector.
5.9.4.3.
Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined in paragraph 5.9.4.1 and 5.9.4.2, the Contractor shall:
a.
Maintain all air compressors on a routine, periodic basis in
conformance with manufacturer's specifications. Maintain records of normal
and abnormal operating conditions and malfunctions.
b.
Provide preventive maintenance on the units.
c.
Provide repair for failures in the equipment within the cost
limitations cited in paragraph 5.8.2.
5.9.5 Emergency Power Generators Operation and Maintenance
5.9.5.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage and execute an
operation, maintenance, and repair program for all emergency generators and
related equipment systems as described in Part I paragraph 5.9.2 and
specifically within paragraph 5.9.5. On a 24 hour day, 7 days a week basis,
the Contractor shall be completely responsible for all aspects of this system.
5.9.5.2
Narrative Description. The emergency power generator(s) include
the prime mover, generator and controls/switching devices mounted thereon.
These units are diesel engine driven and diesel turbine driven units which
supply backup electrical power for primary power and for various other utility
systems, such as pumping facilities.
a.
Emergency Generator Power Plants. The Contractor shall maintain
and operate the power plants and associated accessories at the sites specified
herein and maintain plant equipment in a proper operating condition. All
materials, parts and components provided by the Contractor shall be of the
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same kind, grade quality and size as the original. Complete units or
component parts may be replaced only when approved by the Government and in
accordance with cost limitations cited in Paragraph 5.8.2, (5.8.2.6 for Solar
Diesel Generators). Replacement parts shall be as manufactured or recommended
by the equipment manufacturer. Power restoration time is specified as five
(5) minutes from loss of commercial power to the time a generator is on line.
All generators must be monitored in accordance to on-site SOPs while
operating. The contractor will report to the Government in writing,
conditions which may prevent emergency generators from operating as required
and, in the case of inoperative equipment, the failure, nature of failure, and
estimated time of repair. Formal message reporting (SITREP, HAZCON, etc.) will
be the responsibility of the contractor.
b.
The maintenance and operation of generator(s) and pumps shall
include, but may not be limited to, performing the following procedures:
(l)
Maintain log book for operating dates and time of starting
and stopping. Data to be compiled into a Generator Usage Report, in a format
approved by the Government, to be submitted to the Government on a Monthly
basis.
(2) Maintain a log during all generator operation depicting
dynamic operating parameters such as: oil pressure, oil & water temperatures,
output voltages & amperages, to include any readings indicative of overall
generator operating condition.
(3)
Maintain log book for parts replaced and repairs made.
(4)
For electric start engines, check the specific gravity and
electrolyte level of the batteries as specified in the Manufacturer's Manual.
(5)
Operate fuel pumps and generator(s) under load in accordance
with DISAC 350-195-2.
(6)
Maintain proper levels and quality for lube oil, coolant,
and fuel.
(7)
Maintain clearances and overhaul schedules as outlined in
the Manufacturer's Manual. Costs of materials are subject to the terms and
conditions noted in Paragraph 5.8.2, (5.8.2.6 for Solar Turbine Diesel
Generators).
(8)
Follow preventive maintenance schedules.
(9)
Provide continuous operation of the Emergency Generator(s)
during emergency conditions and as directed by the Government.
(10) Report to the Government conditions which may prevent
diesel, or turbine generator(s) or pumps from operating as required and, in
the case of inoperative equipment, the failure, nature of failure, and
estimated time of repair.
(11) Provide the semi-annual testing and spectro-chemical
analysis of oil and coolant.
(12) Report to the Government when fuel level drops below 70% of
storage capacity.
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Provide monthly fuel level report to the Government.
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(14) Provide annual analysis for moisture and contamination of
fuel in storage tanks. Inspection results to be kept in the generator
maintenance log.
5.9.5.3
Scope of Work
a.
The Contractor shall provide operation, service, repair,
emergency, demand and recurring work on the emergency generators and
associated switchgear used as backup power sources to the various utility
systems.
b.
The Contractor shall provide sufficient qualified supervisory and
maintenance personnel to supervise and maintain emergency generator and
associated switchgear, as discussed in PWC Standard Operating Procedure
Manuals listed in Appendix (I) and as further defined in Section 1.0,
paragraph 1.5. The Contractor shall organize forces to provide systematic and
periodic inspection, preventive maintenance and repair of this equipment in
compliance with manufacturer's recommendations and Navy standards.
c.
The Contractor shall ensure sufficient quantities and quality of
coolants and lubricants are on hand at all times and as further defined in
Section 4.0. The Contractor shall also ensure that fuel quantities are
maintained at 70% capacity during normal conditions and at 80% capacity during
hurricane season (June 1 – November 30) or as further directed by the
Government and as further defined in Section 4.0, paragraph 4.2.
5.9.5.4
Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined above, the work under this specification includes the
requirement that the Contractor shall:
a.
Maintain all assigned generators and associated switchgear in
conformance with manufacturer's maintenance requirements and Contract PM.
b.
Maintain an operational log on all generators covered by this
specification. This log shall contain a record of all normal and abnormal
operating conditions, malfunctioning and operating hours. This log shall be
available for random review by the Government.
c.
Provide preventive maintenance on the units. This will include
operating the generators periodically for the purpose of exercising the
equipment.
d.
Provide repair for failure in the equipment within the cost
limitations cited in Paragraphs 5.8.2 and 5.8.2.6.
e.
Operate the generators in accordance with DISAC 350-195-2 and
continuously in the event of a power outage or as directed by the Government
at no additional cost to the Government. This "operation" will include
checking the generators after start-up to ensure that they are operating
properly; periodically monitoring the generators throughout the duration of
the outage to ensure continued proper operation and that a sufficient fuel
level is maintained; and checking the generators after the restoration of
normal power to ensure that they are properly shut-down and off the line.
5.9.5.5
Special Operational Requirements. During normal conditions
(Commercial power available) the Contractor's operation of this equipment
shall ensure that all the emergency electric generators are ready for quick
start-up, that the electrical power distribution systems are operating
properly and efficiently providing Commercial Power to all facilities. The
other related equipment/systems: fire alarm, interior emergency lighting,
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flood/perimeter lighting, street lighting, etc. shall be operated as required
or shall be ready for instantaneous operation. Refer to Sections II, III, and
IV for designated site requirements.
5.9.5.5.1
shall:
When stable commercial power is available, contractor personnel
a. Perform cleaning, check and record specific gravity measurement of
batteries for electrical start.
b. Maintain log book for each generator showing parts replaced and
repairs performed.
c.
Exercise emergency generators in accordance with DISAC 350-195-2.
d.
Ensure proper level for oil, coolant, and fuel oil day tanks
e. Keep floors, sumps, generators, and ancillary equipment clean and
free of excessive and dangerous build-up of water, fuel, and lubricants.
f. Maintain power plant building, drains, and sumps in accordance with
Navy procedures and as further defined in Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5.
g. Provide assistance for major repairs to generators, ancillary
equipment, and power plant building to the extent of 100 man hours of labor.
h.
Remove and clean oil coolers and air filters.
5.9.5.5.2 Altroute Requirements. The Contractor shall take immediate action
to "Altroute" around any failed, inoperative, malfunction, etc. component of
the electrical power distribution systems to ensure the continuous provision
of an adequate quantity and quality of power to all operational loads at all
sites.
5.9.5.5.3 General Preventive Maintenance Requirements. The Contractor shall
continually maintain all power production, distribution and related equipment
and associated auxiliaries in accordance with established Navy preventive and
corrective maintenance standards, available in MRCs and DoN and local
instructions. Failure to meet maintenance performance standards may result in
a reduction in contract price.
5.9.5.5.4 The Contractor shall perform Preventive Maintenance (PM) in
accordance with the applicable manufacturer's recommendations, available on
site maintenance procedures, established DoN standard/criteria or standard
industrial/commercial practice and as further defined in Section 2.0,
paragraph 2.8 for the generator equipment listed in Appendix I. Preventive
maintenance shall be at the intervals specified by the applicable PM
standards.
5.9.5.5.5
Preventive Maintenance of the Diesel Engine Power Plants. The
Contractor shall perform all PM required in accordance with the Manufacturer's
Recommendations on these units and all auxiliary equipment/systems, including,
but not limited to the following items:
a.
Check lube oil level.
b.
Draw lube oil sample and check viscosity.
c.
Drain water from fuel oil tank.
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d.
Drain water from air tanks.
e.
Check jacket water level.
f.
Check engine and systems for leaks.
g.
Check injection lines for leaks.
h.
Lubricate fuel pump racks and linkage as required.
i.
Check all linkage for excessive play.
j.
Check oil level in air filters.
k.
Record appropriate readings in log sheets, if unit in operation.
l.
Record any maintenance, oil changes or oil addition, and any
malfunction in equipment maintenance/repair history book.
m.
Change lube oil and lube oil filters, as necessary.
n.
Change fuel oil filters, as required.
o.
Change air cleaner oil and clean elements, as required.
p.
Check radiator fan drive belt tension.
q.
Clean equipment and wipe down engines before going off shift.
r.
Spot paint, as necessary.
s.
Clean carbon from intake ports, as necessary.
t.
Check electrolyte level of batteries and add water as necessary
and record.
u.
Semi-annually take oil sample and submit for testing.
v.
Provide repair for failure in the unit within the cost limitations
cited in paragraph 5.8.2.
x.
Annually, take fuel oil sample from fuel oil tank(s) and submit
for moisture and contaminant analysis testing.
5.9.6 Electrical Distribution Operation and Maintenance.
5.9.6.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage, operate,
maintain, and repair that portion of the electrical distribution as described
herein.
5.9.6.2
Narrative Description. The Contractor shall provide the
operations and maintenance support for all of the high voltage (above 600 VAC)
systems at all sites from the incoming line side of the main switching
station, pole, transformer, etc., including all distribution lines, manholes,
manhole covers, transformers, switchgear, oil switches, air switches,
insulators, potheads, etc. The Contractor shall be responsible for notifying
the Local Power Authority and the Government on site representative of any
repairs required, as a precautionary measure, for the prevention of possible
outages or to effect necessary repairs of Local Power Authority equipment
located in the main sub-stations at the sites included in this SOW.
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a.
Electrical Distribution System. The Contractor shall maintain the
electrical distribution system which is comprised of all wiring, fuse and
breaker panels, switches, distributions systems, ground systems,
uninterruptible power supplies/systems (which includes the associated
batteries and all electronic control boards), and any ancillary electrical
operation system which provides or conditions the usable power provided to the
Detachment in good operating condition. All materials, supplies, component
parts and equipment provided shall be the same grade, quality, and size as the
original. Complete units or component parts may be replaced only when
approved by the Government. The electrical distribution system to be
maintained shall include, but is not limited to the following:
(1)
Overhead and underground distribution lines from generating
stations or delivery points to all main service entrances, switches in
buildings including substations transformers and accessories.
(2)
Exterior lighting systems, including street lighting, flood
lighting, perimeter lighting, security lighting, and tower obstruction light
systems.
(3)
The Contractor shall maintain all aircraft obstruction/tower
lights.
5.9.6.3
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall provide the operation,
emergency service, repair, and maintenance of the electrical distribution
systems.
a.
The Contractor shall provide sufficient qualified supervisory and
maintenance personnel to supervise and maintain the electrical distribution
system as discussed in the technical manuals listed in Appendix I. The
Contractor shall provide systematic inspections, maintenance and repair of
this equipment in compliance with manufacturer's recommendations and Contract
PM.
b.
For the electrical distribution system, all support shall be
performed by Contractor qualified personnel in strict compliance with Navy,
National Electrical Testing Association and industry standards.
c.
systems.
d.
Maintain and repair distribution lines, components, and related
Provide preventive maintenance to support the above systems.
e.
Maintain records of normal and abnormal operating conditions and
malfunctions.
5.9.7
Water Systems Operation and Maintenance
5.9.7.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage and execute an
operations and maintenance program for the potable and fire fighting water
distribution systems and associated equipment as described generally in
Paragraph 5.9.7.2 and specifically within this section.
5.9.7.2
Narrative Description. The potable water distribution systems
operations and maintenance program includes pumps, valves, lines, and all
related distribution systems. The Contractor shall be responsible for
notifying the local Water Authority (NRTF Saddlebunch) or base public works
department (all NAS locations) and the Government on site representative of
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any repairs required from the point of use to the water source, including
meters, at the sites included in this SOW.
a.
The Contractor shall maintain the water distribution system in
good operating condition. All materials, supplies, units, and equipment
provided shall be the same or better grade, quality, and size as the original.
Complete units or component parts may be replaced only when approved by the
Government. The water distribution system to be maintained will be all mains
with necessary appurtenances through which water is conducted between the
source and the service entrance at the building served or other point of
utilization. The basic components will include but are not necessarily
limited to:
(1)
Fire water tanks/wells
(2)
Supply mains and service lines
(3)
all pumps
(4)
Valves, valve boxes and manholes (including covers)
(5)
Hydrants (where applicable)
(6)
Meters and equipment for measurement and control
(7)
Drinking fountains, sinks, commodes, showers
(8)
Backflow prevention devices
(9)
Faucets, traps
b.
The Contractor shall ensure sufficient water is maintained in the
fire tank/well to ensure adequate supply for fire fighting.
c.
The Contractor shall conduct a back flow preventative maintenance
program as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act and in accordance with
Environmental Protection Agency and OPNAVINST 5090.1B directives and as
further defined in Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5.
d.
The Contractor shall perform service, minor maintenance and
repair, emergency, and recurring work on interconnecting pipes, valves,
fittings and other water distribution equipment for the above system within
the direct cost limits specified in paragraph 5.8.2.
5.9.7.3
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall operate, maintain, and repair
the water distribution system.
5.9.7.3.1 The Contractor shall provide sufficient qualified supervisory and
maintenance personnel to supervise and maintain the water distribution systems
and associated equipment, as discussed above. The Contractor shall organize
forces to provide systematic and periodic inspection, preventive maintenance
and repair of these systems and equipment in compliance with Navy and industry
standards. All support shall be performed by qualified personnel in strict
compliance with NAVFACENGCOM, industry standards and as further defined in
Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5.
5.9.7.3.2 All scheduled outages for maintenance shall be arranged with the
appropriate government departments and/or agencies.
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5.9.7.4
Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined in paragraph 5.9.7, the water system shall be maintained
in accordance with NAVFACENGCOM requirements. The work under this
specification includes the requirements that the Contractor:
a.
Maintain all pumps, valves, sectional valves, storage tanks and
appurtenances on a routine, periodic basis in conformance with manufacturer's
specifications. Maintain records of abnormal operating conditions and
malfunctions. Conduct functional tests on all sectional valves annually.
b.
Provide preventive maintenance on all fire equipment, wells and
well covers.
c.
Provide repair service for failures in accordance with the cost
limitations cited in Paragraph 5.8.2.
5.9.8
Sewage Treatment and Collection Maintenance
5.9.8.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall operate, maintain, and
repair as indicated herein, sewage treatment and collection systems. The
systems shall be operated and maintained in such a manner as to conform to all
state of Florida and Federal Environmental Quality Board (EQB), Federal
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), OPNAVINST 5090.1B and as further
defined in Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5, underground injection control
regulations. Repairs shall include all sanitary waste handling facilities.
The Contractor shall operate and maintain all sanitary sewer systems as
specified herein. No industrial waste shall be dumped into domestic sewage
systems.
a.
The sewage collection and treatment system to be maintained
includes conduits, sewers and appurtenance through which domestic sewage is
collected, transported and treated. Sewage collection systems include
sanitary or storm waste according to design and intended usage. The basic
components of the sewage collective and treatment system consist of, but are
not necessarily limited to:
(1)
Sewer lines (external) between the building(s) and Septic
tank/leaching field(s)
(2)
Septic tank(s) and leaching field(s)
(3)
Building sewers (internal) up to the building lines
5.9.8.2
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall perform operation,
maintenance, and repair on the sewage treatment collection systems leaching
fields, and facilities including sewage piping systems and associated
equipment, holding tanks, septic tanks, etc.
a.
The Contractor shall provide sufficient qualified supervisory and
maintenance personnel to supervise and maintain the sewage collection and
treatment systems, as discussed above. The Contractor shall provide
systematic inspections, preventive maintenance, and repair of these systems in
compliance with Contract PM and industry standards.
5.9.8.3
Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined above, the work under this specification includes the
requirement that the Contractor shall:
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a.
Maintain pumps, valves, storage tanks, piping systems, and
associated appurtenances on a routine, periodic basis in conformance with
manufacturer's specifications.
b.
Maintain records of normal and abnormal operating conditions and
malfunctions.
c.
90% full.
Empty and dispose of septic tank contents when the tank becomes
d.
Maintain waste shipment records and provide copies to the On-site
Government representative.
e.
Document all operational deficiencies and provide copies to the
On-site Government representative.
f.
Document all repairs made to the system and provide copies to the
On-site Government representative.
5.10
FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION.
5.10.1
Fire Prevention. The Contractor is responsible for operation and
maintenance of all fire protection, prevention and material inspections as
defined in Part I, paragraph 5.10 of the SOW. This includes, but is not
limited to planned and corrective maintenance, repairs, and replacement of
equipment or system components. The Contractor shall establish, continually
update and post a Standard Operating Procedure for turning in a fire alarm, as
approved by the Government for the sites included in this SOW. All Contractor
employees shall observe all requirements and directives for the handling and
storage of combustible waste and trash. Contractor employees operating
critical equipment shall be trained to properly respond during a fire alarm or
fire in accordance with applicable National Fire Codes (NFC) published by the
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Naval Air Station Key West Fire
Department and NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL instructions.
5.10.2
Fire Protection Systems and Equipment. The Contractor shall be
responsible for inspection, maintenance, testing and repair of all fire
protection systems and equipment listed in Appendix (I), as per National Fire
Codes (NFC) published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 29
CFR PART 1910 and NAVFAC MO-117, and as further defined in Section 1.0,
paragraph 1.5. Use of NFPA certified local agencies is required.
5.10.3
Personnel Requirements. Personnel assigned to work in spaces
containing the equipment listed in Appendix (I) must be familiar with the
operation of the equipment and be qualified to use the equipment, in writing,
by the Contractor during the first quarter of the Contract. The contractor
will designate in writing within 30 days of the beginning of the contract, a
qualified individual that will act as the Detachment Fire Warden, and
coordinate/interact with the NAS Fire Department personnel on all matters
regarding fire protection and fire-fighting. Annual re-qualification will be
required and shall be submitted to the Government for review.
5.10.4
Fire Alarm System Operation.
5.10.4.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall manage and execute a
program for fire alarm systems operations and maintenance in accordance with
NAVFAC MO-117, and as further defined in Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5. The
Contractor shall provide a written plan to the Government within 60 days
following the orientation/phase-in period.
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5.10.4.2 Narrative Description. The fire alarm systems check includes the
complete loop system, fire-smoke/detection devices, signal devices, control
units, emergency batteries, pull boxes, central station, components exterior
of/interior to buildings, and the Emergency Evacuation Plans posted in all
rooms within buildings.
5.10.4.3
Scope of Work. The Contractor shall operate, maintain and repair
the complete fire alarm loop system, including pull boxes interconnecting
circuitry, components both exterior and interior to buildings, and all
integral parts of the system. The Contractor shall provide systematic and
periodic inspections and the preventive maintenance and repair of fire alarm
systems in strict compliance with Contract PM. Contractor will report and
coordinate all work to the fire alarm system to the NAS Key West Base Fire
Department dispatcher personnel.
5.10.4.4
Performance Requirements.
The Contractor shall:
a.
Provide a preventive maintenance program for the monthly cleaning
and inspection of fire alarm systems.
b.
Provide repair service for failures in the system in accordance
with the cost limitations cited in Paragraph 5.8.2.
c.
Work in conjunction with the Government fire departments
performing inspections and tests.
d.
Perform inspection of all fire extinguishers in accordance with
NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL Instructions.
5.10.5
Fire Extinguishers. The Contractor shall weigh and inspect all
fire bottles in accordance with scheduling periodicities of NAVFAC MO-117.
The Contractor shall be responsible for re-charging of any extinguishers used
at no additional cost to the government. The Contractor shall deliver to the
Government any and all extinguishers that fail to pass the required
hydrostatic testing for replacement. Replacement fire extinguishers may be of
the same kind or be of a different type, such as ABC, at the discretion of the
government.
5.11 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS. NRTF Saddlebunch and NRRF Boca
Chica are considered to be Government Owned Contractor Operated (GOCO) Sites
and are components of NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West Fl for the purpose
of this, and all additional Parts or sections of the SOW. The Contractor shall
comply with all National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), National Fire
Codes (NFC), State of Florida Environmental Protection Agencies, OPNAVINST
4110.2, OPNAVINST 5090.1B, and NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST,
FL instructions, and as further defined in Section 1.0. The contractor will
not allow any contractor personnel to knowingly violate any Environmental
codes, instructions or laws. Further, before any changes or additions are made
to any equipment, signage, structure, tower, appurtenance, or material which
are owned by the government and under contractor purview, the contractor will
submit such change proposal(s) to the government Technical Director/COR for
approval and to ensure such changes do not initiate or permit an environmental
hazard.
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Performance Requirements. In addition to the performance
requirements outlined above, the Contractor shall establish an Environmental
Compliance Program (ECP). The Contractor shall submit to the Government all
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required plans within the first month of the contract and annually thereafter
for review. The ECP shall include but will not be limited to:
5.11.1.1
Pollution Prevention. The Contractor shall strive to eliminate or
control, to the maximum extent feasible, the pollutant source per Executive
Order (EO) 12856. Means and methods for the elimination or minimization of
pollutants shall be identified and, where possible, incorporated at the
earliest stages of planning. Dedicated efforts shall be made to eliminate or
minimize the use of hazardous materials (HM) and generation of hazardous waste
(HW). The Contractor shall develop and implement a facility Pollution
Prevention Program that incorporates the Hazardous Material Control and
Management (HMC&M) Plan. The Contractor shall establish or revise, as
necessary, and implement procedures to control, track and reduce the variety
and quantities of HM in use, in storage or stock, or disposed of as HW per the
DRMO Hazardous Property Turn-In Guidance. This includes establishing
HAZMINCENs to facilitate the central management of all HM. The Contractor
shall develop or revise, as necessary, and implement a facility level HM
Authorized Use List (AUL) using an inventory that identifies and quantifies
HM, including whether the material is an extremely hazardous substance,
hazardous substance, or toxic chemical. The Contractor shall annually update
the plan and submit to the Government for review. The Contractor shall
prepare and submit to the Government the Pollution Prevention Annual Data
Summary.
5.11.1.2
Permits and Certificates. The contractor shall obtain all
necessary permits and sign the permits as operators unless otherwise directed
by the Government. The Contractor shall advise the Government of any permit,
its conditions, and provide periodic compliance status reports as required and
as further directed by the Government. Examples are Air Pollution Permit,
Underground Storage Tank Certificate of Registration, Underground Injection
Control (Septic Tanks), and Above Ground Tanks, etc.
5.11.1.3
Management of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS). The Contractor
shall implement appropriate ODS procurement guidance as established by
COMNAVSUPSYSCOM, COMNAVFACENGCOM and as further directed by the Government.
The Contractor shall ensure that ODSs are included in the HM AUL. The
Contractor shall establish practices and procedures internally to reduce
emissions of ODSs as much as possible. The Contractor shall provide resources
(tuition, travel, per diem, etc.) for training refrigerant technicians on
recovery and recycling equipment and ensure compliance with applicable
certification requirements. The Contractor shall annually submit ODS
inventory data to the Government.
5.11.1.4
Clean Water. The Contractor shall comply with the applicable
substantive and procedural Federal, local and regional clean water laws and
regulations. The Contractor shall integrate Clean Water requirements into all
applicable levels of activity management.
5.11.1.5
Oil Management. “Oil” means oil of any kind or in any form,
including, but not limited to, petroleum, fuel oil, sludge, oil refuse, and
oil mixed with wastes. The Contractor shall develop and implement a Used Oil
Management Plan that identifies sources of used oils, primary used oil
segregation groups, recycling program, and detailed operational requirements,
and disposal procedures. This plan may be incorporated into or referenced in
the Pollution Prevention Plan submitted to the Government annually for review.
The Contractor shall establish or revise, as necessary, the Spill Prevention
Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan. SPCC plans will be maintained at the
site and be available to the Government for on-site review.
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5.11.1.6
Hazardous Waste Management. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
(RCRA) regulates the management of solid waste (SW) and HW. RCRA requires
cradle-to-grave management of HW through a record-keeping system that requires
the manifesting of HW shipments from point of generation to ultimate disposal.
It is the Contractor’s responsibility to determine whether its waste is a HW
subject to regulation under RCRA and/or applicable federal and local laws.
The Contractor shall, as a part of the Pollution Prevention Plan, establish
and implement a HW Management Plan to: identify applicable federal and local
regulations pertaining to the generation and management of HW; identify
training requirements, and describe procedures for obtaining training and
maintaining training records; establish procedures for a recycling program,
detailed operational requirements; assign responsibilities for the generation,
designation, handling, treatment, disposal and all documentation; describe all
HW generation and management procedures; include or reference contingency
plans and emergency response procedures; include procedures for the transport
and disposal of SW and HW to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office
(DRMO) located at Naval Air Station Key West. Preparation of a disposal
document (DD 1348-1) will be required. In circumstances where DRMO is
managing the pickup, transport, and disposal of SW or HW, DRMO may prepare the
manifest, but the responsibility for correct and complete manifest preparation
remains with the contractor. Manifests shall be retained at the site and be
available to the Government for on-site review. The Contractor shall submit a
completed HW Annual Report (DD-A&T(SA) 1485 (5090), per guidance provided by
Naval Facility Engineering Service Center (NFESC) to the Government prior to 1
February.
5.11.1.7
Pesticide Compliance. The Contractor shall comply with regulations
and guidance relevant to pesticides use in accordance with OPNAVINST 6250.4A
and OPNAVINST 5090.1B, Chapter 13 and as further defined in Section 1.0,
paragraph 1.5. The Contractor shall provide all necessary vehicles,
equipment, materials, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, etc.,
necessary for the control and applications as specified herein.
5.11.1.8
Solid Waste (SW) Management and Resource Recovery. The Contractor
shall establish and implement a Solid Waste Management Plan to include: source
reduction; establish procedures for a recycling program; assign
responsibilities for the generation, designation, handling, treatment,
disposal and all documentation, including procedures for the transport and
disposal of SW to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO)
located at Naval Air Station Key West.
5.11.2
Facility Inspections. The on-site Government Representative will
provide daily monitoring of contractor performance. An annual Self
Environmental Compliance Evaluation (ECE) will be conducted by the Government.
5.11.3 Personnel Requirements. The Contractor shall provide sufficient
qualified supervisory and maintenance personnel to manage and execute
environmental compliance.
5.11.4
Costs. All costs for work in this category shall be borne by the
Contractor and are not subject to the cost limitations specified in paragraph
5.8.2.
5.12
ANTENNA MAINTENANCE.
5.12.1
General Requirements. The Contractor shall provide for preventive
maintenance, inspection, and repair of all HF, LF, and MF, antennas and
antenna systems including all associated antenna towers (including all
associated antenna guys, guy-wires, insulators, antenna support attachments,
bases, hinge-plates, hinge-plate attachments, concrete anchors, concrete pads
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or concrete tower footers), coaxial cables and all forms of connectors,
baluns, tower aircraft lighting systems, dry air systems, antenna matrix
panels and antenna dummy loads. The equipment will include, but not
necessarily be limited to the equipment listed in Appendix I.
5.12.2
Preventive Maintenance. The contractor shall provide for all
preventative maintenance, inspection, and repair requirements of all HF, LF,
MF and Microwave antennas and antenna systems including all associated antenna
towers IAW ANSI TIA/EIA -222-F-1996, Structural Standard for Steel Antenna
Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures (including all associated antenna
guys, guy-wires, insulators, antenna support attachments, base, hinge-plate
attachments, concrete anchors, concrete pads, or concrete tower footers),
coaxial cables and all forms of connectors, baluns, tower aircraft lighting
system, dry air systems, antenna matrix panels and antenna dummy loads. The
equipment will include, but not necessarily be limited to the equipment listed
in Appendix I.
5.12.3
Antenna Field Vegetation Control. Antenna Field Control for the
sites specified herein shall be in accordance with the individual site
Statements of Work in Parts II, III, and IV. The Contractor shall ensure that
all crushed coral (Marl) antenna pads and all access roads leading to each
antenna pad are kept clear of vegetation at all antenna sites. The Contractor
shall ensure that the area around all antenna guy wire anchors is kept clear
of all vegetation for a radius of 3 feet from the anchor.
5.12.3.1
The Contractor shall bring grounds and antenna vegetation control
to the specified conditions herein and maintain the grounds and vegetation
control to the conditions specified in Parts I, II, III, IV, and V for the
term and duration of this contract as well as all applicable follow-on
options.
5.12.4
Antenna Maintenance Safety. The Contractor shall review and
comply with all OSHA, NAVOSH, and COMNAVCOMTELCOM HF Antenna Maintenance
manual (Redbook) antenna maintenance inspection and repair requirements, and
ensure all antenna maintenance personnel are fully aware of and comply with
all safety requirements. Contractor will provide for all safety requirement
upgrades to antenna systems as may be directed by OSHA, NAVOSH, or the
government. Safety related improvements will be considered as normal repair
maintenance and accomplished within the provisions of Sections 5.8.2.3 and
5.8.2.4 as are applicable. Antenna related work is dangerous by definition.
However dangerous, all antenna maintenance must be accomplished using current
OSHA and NAVOSH safety considerations to ensure continuing mission
implementation.
5.12.5
All antenna supports, foundations, and anchoring systems will be
reviewed at a minimum of every two years to verify structural integrity and
compliance with safety standards. The contractor will develop a plan to ensure
all antenna anchors, structures or tower foundations (including pins, bolts or
other ancillary supporting hardware) are inspected in accordance with ANSI
TIA/EIA 222-F-1996E standards. The inspection results will be reviewed and
accredited by a certified structural engineer. All deficiencies noted during
the inspection will be corrected by the contractor according to the terms of
minor and major maintenance as further defined in sections 4.2 and 5.8.2 of
this contract.
5.12.5
Site Maps. Appendix (I) provides site plans, layouts, and
building floor plans, for use with Parts I, II, III, IV and V which outline
the areas of vegetation control, and required mowing.
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5.13 JANITORIAL. The Contractor shall provide janitorial services at all
sites where the Contractor operates and maintains equipment and facilities.
Occupied buildings, active building spaces, unique Contractor utilized spaces,
unique Government utilized spaces, and shared Contractor/Government spaces
shall be routinely cleaned to maintain sanitary conditions and to provide a
pleasant appearance. The level of cleaning required is that the floors shall
be swept clean, mopped, and polished, with a minimum of scuff marks and no
dust buildup in the corners. Windows shall be kept clean and ceilings,
lighting fixtures and walls cleaned of dirt accumulation, trash receptacles
shall be emptied on a daily basis. Facilities will be inspected by the
government for compliance on a monthly basis. All discrepancies shall be
corrected by the contractor within two working days. The Contractor shall
submit to the Government, for approval, 30 calendar days following the
orientation phase-in period, a cleaning bill/schedule depicting periodicities
of all janitorial functions for all buildings, areas and spaces under
Contractor responsibility. All costs associated with providing cleaning
materials, disposables and janitorial supplies shall be borne by the
Contractor. Failure of the Contractor employee to pass a second performance
drill may result in a reduction in contract price as well as a request by the
government for removal of the employee.
5.14
SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS.
5.14.1
Facilities Maintenance Safety Requirements. The Contractor shall
operate and maintain facilities specified herein to conform to all federal and
state OSHA requirements, as well as those of the Department of Navy NAVOSH
program.
5.14.2
Personnel Safety and Health Requirements. The contractor shall
comply with all federal and State of Florida OSHA requirements and develop a
written Personnel Safety Program for its employees. The Personnel Safety
Program shall be submitted to the on-site Government representative at the end
of the orientation phase-in period and annually thereafter for review. The
Contractor shall operate and maintain facilities under this contract to
conform to Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) standards or
applicable laws or requirements. NAVOSH standards are found in OPNAVINST
5100.23( ), NCTAMSLANTINST 5100.5( ), and NCTAMSLANTDETKWINST 5100.1( ). All
accidents shall be immediately reported to the COR verbally and, a detailed
report will be submitted in writing, within 24 hours of occurrence. In
addition, the Contractor shall review OSHA 1910, the COMNAVCOMTELCOM HF
Antenna Maintenance Manual and the Corps of Engineers General Safety
Requirements (NAVFAC EM-385-1-1) to ensure that antenna maintenance personnel
are fully aware of, and comply with, all safety requirements.
5.14.3
Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) The Contractor shall provide
all PPE items for Contractor personnel in performance of their duties, as
mandated by CFR-29, and Federal and State of Florida OSHA as well as DoN
NAVOSH requirements.
5.15
ENERGY RESOURCES/CONSERVATION GOALS. The Contractor shall adhere to
Governments policies and procedures regarding energy conservation.
5.16
READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP). The Contractor shall develop a
Readiness Management Program Plan (RMPP), in accordance with CNCTC
Instruction 3000.1B. The RMPP shall be submitted to the Contracting
Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60 days following the
completion of the orientation period. This program sets forth
requirements to conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction
with operational reporting via Status of Resources and Training System
(SORTS), Casualty Report (CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP)
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messages. The Government will provide the Contractor the latest version
of the TYCOM Readiness Management System (TRMS) software during the
orientation period to facilitate the Contractor’s preparation of the
RMPP. The contractor will be responsible for providing adequate training
to all personnel within their respective areas of expertise to ensure
that all minimum standards of operation and repair are understood by all
personnel on a continuing basis. The contractor will also be responsible
for preparing and processing all MRPP related documentation, scheduling,
and reporting for the Detachment. The Contractor will train and test all
contractor personnel as often as is required but once a month at a
minimum, and provide at the end of each month an appropriate SORTS/TRMS
report. The contractor will also schedule with the government QAI/COR to
demonstrate the proficiency levels of all personnel selected each month
for meeting required SORTS and TRMS exercise drills. If personnel are
not able to meet the minimum drill requirements, then those personnel
will be required to re-train in the specific area, and documentation of
the training will be submitted to the government. All retraining must
take place within 30 days of the failed TRMS exercise. Failure to
retrain an employee, and said employee to pass a second TRMS drill
exercise adequately, will result in the government reducing the contract
price.
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
6.1
Government CONTRACT QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) AND LIAISON PERSONNEL.
6.1.1 Contracting Officers Representative (COR). The COR will function as
special assistant to the Government for the monitoring and surveillance of the
Contractor's performance in accordance with the terms of the Contract. The
COR will work closely with the Contractor's Site (Project or Program) Manager
and is authorized direct liaison with all Contractor personnel. The COR will
be designated in writing to the Contractor's site manager.
6.1.2 Technical Administrator (TA). TA’s will function as assistants to the
COR in the evaluation of the Contractor's performance by inspection and
testing. The TA will be designated in writing to the Contractor's site
manager by the Government.
6.1.3 Employees/Agents of the Government. All employees/agents of the
Government, possessing properly certified security clearances of adequate
level and the requisite "need to know", will be permitted unrestricted access
to the spaces specified for the performance of their duties. Temporary
stoppage of work required under this Contract may be authorized by the
Government for Government employees, or authorized agents, to accomplish
installation, repairs or other special tasks.
6.2
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS SUMMARY.
6.2.1 Performance Standards. Minimum performance standards for each equipment
and system listed in Appendix I are contained in individual equipment and
system Navy MRC's, Air Force Technical Orders, Coast Guard MRCs, and equipment
maintenance manuals. Table 11-1 of COMNAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1 provides
Technical Performance standards for applicable sites.
6.2.1.1
To qualify as being operationally available the Contractor shall
demonstrate to the on-site Government representative, when requested, all
equipment and systems as meeting all performance standards indicated in
paragraph 6.2.1 and quality control/performance monitoring standards accepted
by the Government as specified in paragraph 6.4.
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6.2.2 Operational Availability of Communications Assets.
6.2.2.1
NRTF Saddlebunch: At least (86%) of all HF transmitters and
antennas, generators, air conditioners, and ancillary support equipment shall
meet all performance standards of paragraph 6.2.1 and be operationally
available as defined in paragraph 6.2.1.1 as follows: At least 86% of all HF
Transmitters, Receivers and Antennas under this Contract shall be capable of
being placed in full operation, at full specified power and/or meeting all
specific equipment performance standards. At least 50% (1 of 2 redundant
systems) of the DRAMA Microwave system must remain operational at all times.
Network outages shall not exceed one hour in duration. Failure of the
Contractor to meet these requirements may result in a reduction of contract
price. The Government may elect to waive reductions pending availability of
repair parts, or for circumstances beyond the control of the Contractor.
6.2.2.2
NRRF Boca Chica: At least 86% of all HF Receivers and antennas,
generators, air conditioners, and ancillary receiver support equipment, and at
least 50% (1 of 2 redundant systems) of the DRAMA Microwave system must remain
operational at all times at NRRF Boca Chica and shall meet all performance
standards of paragraph 6.2.1, and be operationally available for
communications as defined in paragraph 6.2.1.1. Network outages shall not
exceed one hour in duration. Failure of the Contractor to meet these
requirements may result in the Government reducing the contract value. The
Government may elect to waive reductions pending availability of repair
parts, or for circumstances beyond the control of the Contractor.
6.2.2.1.2 The quantity of and type of communication equipment is subject to
change during the course of this contract due to mission requirements. All
modifications shall be subject to the FAR contract change clauses. The
Contractor shall be required to update all records as well as the 3M system
SCLSI by submitting the required OPNAV 4790/CK forms.
6.2.2.4
Planned Maintenance System (PMS). Not more than two percent (2%)
of scheduled quarterly maintenance for any 3M work station shall be
rescheduled as a result of insufficient time, manpower, or parts/materials
non-availability. An overall minimum PMS Performance Rate (PPR) of ninetyfive percent (95%) shall be maintained at all times. Maintenance shall be
scheduled so as not to interfere with communications requirements.
6.2.2.5
Corrective Maintenance. Corrective maintenance shall be such
no loss of operational capability occurs. Corrective maintenance which
not require repair parts, or where parts are locally available or parts
been received from supply sources, shall be completed in five (5) days.
Repairs which require repair parts that are not locally available shall
completed within five (5) days of receipt.
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6.2.2.6.
Corrective Maintenance. Corrective maintenance and operational
coverage of all electronic equipment shall encompass seven (7) day, twenty
four (24) hours per day, 365 days per year. Maintenance personnel shall be
available five (5) days a week, eight (8) hours a day during normal working
hours. Antenna maintenance is limited to five (5) days a week, eight (8)
hours a day during normal working hours. There are sufficient antenna assets
and antenna trunk line capabilities to preclude after hour’s maintenance
actions. Electronic maintenance personnel are subject to a one (01) hour
recall after normal duty hours for equipment malfunctions resulting in a
catastrophic failure/condition that is beyond the reset/repair capabilities of
the remote operations personnel. Condition code red status shall be
determined and reported by NCTS Jacksonville TCF or local government
personnel. For NRTF Saddlebunch and NRRF Boca Chica, condition code red
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exists, as determined and reported by government personnel only after the loss
of all capability to remotely control or access spare transmitter or receiver
functions via the EMS/ATC. Additionally, If a fire or security alarm is
received by the Naval Air Station Emergency Operations Center, it will be
considered a Condition Code Red and the Contractor must respond to investigate
the failure and provide for system reset or repair of the affected system.
Failure of maintenance personnel to arrive at the respective site, and
commence repair efforts within one (01) hour of notification, may result in a
reduction of contract price. Only designated qualified contractor personnel
shall perform all levels of corrective maintenance. Repair actions shall be
in accordance with the specifications defined in paragraph 6.2.1, and
appropriate equipment technical manuals. Maintenance shall be limited to the
specifications, and repair actions required restoring sufficient fire safety,
security monitoring and intrusion detection, TCF, HF transmitter and/or
receiver site functionality to provide continuing mission support, or ensure
site physical security is maintained after reset or repair actions of the
applicable system(s) are initiated. For equipment abnormalities where repair
actions exceed Technical Manual specifications, or when effected actions do
not result in the operational readiness of subject equipment, the on site
technician shall contact the contractor Site Manager within one (01) hour of
commencement of his repair actions for further assistance. The government COR
will be notified by the Contractor personnel of all call-back requirements.
6.3 GOVERNMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE SURVEILLANCE. The Government will inspect
and monitor the Contractor's performance, pursuant to Inspection of Services
clause and special clauses of this contract. Techniques may include announced
and unannounced inspections, zone inspections, Operational Readiness
Inspections, planned and random sampling, and customer complaints.
6.3.1 Radio Transmission of System Monitoring. Government QA surveillance of
the radio transmission system will include the following:
a.
Random, planned or scheduled testing of transmitters to ensure
they meet distortion, frequency, power outputs and other specifications in
Table 11-1 of COMNAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1. Selection of equipment for planned
inspections will be made from those transmitters and receivers on which
maintenance has been recently performed. As a minimum, each transmitter will
be inspected and performance tested at least twice a year.
b.
Periodic testing and checking of transmitter keying voltages (DC).
c.
Periodic checks of Multiplexer performance.
d.
Inspection every quarter for PMS performance.
e.
Accuracy checks of station frequency standards.
f.
Monitoring of electronic PMS reports to ensure required PM is
being performed in a timely manner and reported properly.
g.
Selective inspection of electronic test equipment records to
ensure required calibration has been performed and a validated sticker is on
all equipment.
h.
Monitoring the Contractor's recording/reporting of equipment
status, casualties and repair.
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i.
Monitoring to ensure that the required levels of operational
availability of the transmitters and associated antennas are met.
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j.
Inspecting the inside of equipment cabinets for loose ground
straps, deteriorated cabling, unauthorized modifications or cannibalization,
rust, and general cleanliness.
k.
Inspecting antennas and supporting structures to ensure required
PM has been performed.
l.
Checking pressurization of transmission lines to insure
specifications contained in on site MRCs and maintenance SOPs are being met.
NOTE: Government personnel should not start-up and operate Contractor
maintained equipment for purposes of test. Arrangements should be made with
the Contractor's site manager for watch personnel to demonstrate either
specific or random equipment to the Government inspector.
6.3.2 Performance Monitoring.
6.3.2.1
NRTF Saddlebunch. The Government will select two (2) transmitters
and one (1) antenna per month for inspection. The selection will be made from
those transmitters and antennas on which maintenance has been recently
performed as determined by the government. If one (1) of the two (2)
transmitters, or the selected antenna fails to meet all performance standards
specified in paragraph 6.2.1, all discrepancies in any of the
transmitters/antennas checked shall be corrected within seven (7) days. New
random inspections will be taken by the Government within the seven (7) days.
Failure of the Contractor to pass the second performance test may result in a
reduction in contract price.
6.3.2.2
NRRF Boca Chica. The Government will select two (2) receivers and
one (1) antenna per month for inspection. The selection will be made from
those transmitters and antennas on which maintenance has been recently
performed as determined by the government. If one (1) of the two (2)
receivers or the selected antenna fails to meet all performance standards
specified in paragraph 6.2.1, all discrepancies in any of the receivers or
antennas checked shall be corrected within seven (7) days. New random
inspections will be taken by the Government within the seven (7) days.
Failure of the Contractor to pass the second performance test may result in a
reduction in contract price.
6.3.2.3
Planned Maintenance System (PMS). The Contractor shall maintain,
as a minimum, a PMS Performance Rate (PPR) of ninety-five (95%). Periodicity
and procedures for planned maintenance are specified in the Maintenance
Requirement Cards (MRCs). Failure of the Contractor to maintain a minimum PPR
of ninety-five percent (95%) may result in a reduction in contract price.
6.4 Contractor QUALITY CONTROL. The Contractor shall provide and maintain an
inspection system and quality control program, covering the services to be
provided in paragraph 6.4, acceptable to the Government. The design of the
inspection system is left to the Contractor's discretion, as long as it
relates to the Government's quality assurance program and provides the desired
quality control as follows:
6.4.1 Quality Control/Performance Monitoring. The Contractor shall establish,
organize and manage in accordance with appropriate instructions, an effective
Quality Control / Performance Monitoring program for designated sites,
communications systems and all circuitry terminating in or passing through the
NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST, FL TCF.
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6.4.2 Performance Monitoring Program (PMP). The Contractor shall provide to
the on-site Government representative a quality control/performance monitoring
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plan within 45 days following orientation phase-in period. The plan will be
updated and submitted by the Contractor for review by the Government on an
annual basis. The plan shall provide the Contractor's detailed management,
organization and operational plans for a continuously conducted performance
monitoring program for all systems, equipments and circuits to ensure high
quality customer, subscriber services by detection and correction of
degradations before service interruptions occur at all Contractor operated and
maintained (O&M) sites. The plan shall include as a minimum:
a.
Specific quality control/performance monitoring methods,
schedules, diagrams and procedures for testing and evaluation for all systems,
equipments and circuits under this contract.
b.
Standard forms and reports that will be used to document quality
control/performance testing, including work flow and distribution charts.
c.
Methods and procedures to be used in identifying and correcting
deficiencies discovered during quality control/performance monitoring.
d.
Locations, formats and procedures for Master Section Logs at all
sites in accordance with DISAC Circular 310-70-1, Sup II, Chapter II,
paragraph 2.
e.
The Contractor-Customer/Subscriber DEMARCATION shall be the
intermediate distribution frame (IDF) where the Contractor operated equipment
interfaces with the customer/subscriber equipment (TELCO Wiring Distribution
blocks). The plan shall indicate all interface and testing points in diagram
form showing building, room and equipment locations.
f.
All quality control/performance requirements are contained in:
DISACC 310-70-1, Volume 1-4; DISACC 310-70-57, Sup 1 through 8; DISACC
300-175-9; DISAC 310.130-2; NAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.( )series. The plan shall
contain specific evaluations for each system as outlined in DISAC circular
310-195-1. The plan shall be reviewed and updated annually, with appropriate
revision pages and shall become the property of the Government upon contract
completion. The Contractor shall provide five (5) copies of the plan to the
on-site Government representative for approval.
6.4.3 Frequency Accuracy. The Contractor shall establish and operate an
"off-the-air" monitoring program to provide quality control monitoring of all
frequencies radiated from Contractor designated sites. All monitoring will be
sufficient to provide enough data to ensure all broadcasts meet all DoN and/or
FCC broadcasting requirements.
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE Contractor
7.1 ITEMS TEMPORARILY IN THE PHYSICAL POSSESSION OF THE Contractor. The
Government will transfer the following assets to the accountability of the
Contractor during the orientation phase-in period via a thorough physical
inventory and in accordance with turnover and acceptance procedures specified
herein. No Government assets shall be removed by the Contractor from
Government property or used by any entity other than the Contractor without
prior Government approval.
7.1.1 Communications Electronic Equipment and Antennas. The Government will
transfer all electronic equipment and antennas listed in Appendix I to the
accountability of the Contractor. The Contractor shall operate and maintain
this equipment in accordance with the provisions as stated in Part I of the
SOW, during the life of the Contract. All equipment listed within the Appendix
is subject to replacement by the government for the purpose of mission upgrade
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or due to obsolescence and/or inability to find suitable replacement parts.
Such replacement of type or quantity will not affect the cost or maintenance
provisions of this contract except as otherwise may be provided for within
this contract.
7.1.2 Test Equipment. The test equipment listed in Appendix I will be
transferred to the accountability of the Contractor. Test equipment will be
maintained and operated as further specified in Parts I, II, III, IV and V of
the SOW.
7.1.3 Fire Protection Equipment. The Government will transfer to the
accountability of the Contractor the fire protection equipment listed in
Appendix I. Fire protection equipment shall be maintained in accordance with
provisions as stated in Part I of the SOW.
7.1.4 General Office Plant Property and Other Non-electronic Equipment. All
other equipment listed in Appendix I will be transferred to the accountability
of the Contractor for use during the term of the contract and maintained in
accordance with provisions as stated in Part I of the SOW.
7.2 Contractor RESPONSIBILITIES FOR GOVERNMENT ASSETS. The Contractor shall
be responsible for any loss or damage of Government assets furnished for
performance of this contract to the extent specifically provided in the clause
or clauses of this contract, or which results from the following:
a.
Willful misconduct (including fraud, waste and abuse) or lack of
good faith of any of the Contractor's personnel; or
b.
A failure on the part of the Contractor, due to willful misconduct
or lack of good faith or judgment on the part of any Contractor personnel, to
maintain and administer all programs of maintenance, repair, protection, and
preservation of all government owned assets and as further required within the
SOW, or to establish, maintain and administer a system for control of
Government property in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR),
will result in the Contractor being liable for all financial losses suffered
by the Government as a result of the neglect, willful misconduct, fraud,
waste, misuse or abuse as stated above.
7.2.1 Damage Reporting. In all instances where Government property and/or
equipment is damaged by Contractor employees, a full written report of the
fact and extent of such damage shall be submitted to the on-site Government
representative within 24 hours of occurrence and the Contractor shall be held
liable for the damage.
7.2.2 All Government property discovered as missing, lost or stolen will be
verbally reported immediately to the COR. The Contractor shall provide a
follow-up written report in case of property with a value in excess of $100
within three working days to the COR, which documents circumstances
surrounding the incident and identification of all personnel involved.
7.3
TURNOVER AND ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURES.
7.3.1 General. During the orientation phase-in period, the Contractor and the
Government shall conduct a joint inventory of all Government furnished
equipment and supplies. The Government will turn over to the Contractor all
transmitters, receivers, antennas, ancillary equipment and facilities
equipment/systems required to be operated and maintained as specified in the
SOW, in an operational condition and meeting all Contract performance
standards. The Contractor shall accept from the Government total
responsibility for maintenance and operation of all transmitters, receivers,
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antennas, ancillary equipment and facilities upon demonstration or by record
of planned and corrective maintenance history as the Contractor and Government
may agree. Specific procedures for turnover will be as mutually agreed by the
Government and Contractor who shall accept from the Government in writing all
transmitters, receivers, antennas, ancillary equipment and facilities as
demonstrated. Deficiencies/discrepancies shall be noted on the turnover
document. Deficiencies noted which do not adversely affect operational
performance as determined by the Government will not relieve the Contractor
from accepting any equipment/system for operation and maintenance, but will
become the Government's responsibility to either correct or designate in
writing as acceptable for the purpose of Contract performance. Annotating
deficiencies does not relieve the contractor from correcting such deficiencies
at the request of the government. Parts and Materials for noted corrections
will be reimbursed within the terms of Section 5.8.2. Turnover procedures
shall commence not later than five (5) days after commencement of the
orientation phase-in period. The Contractor shall maintain, during the life
of the Contract, all transmitters, receivers, antennas, ancillary equipment,
and facilities in the same condition or better as received during turnover or
as improved by the Government. The Contractor shall establish procedures for
inventory control of all equipment listed in Appendix I in a format that
coincides with Appendix I and report to the Government annually that all
equipment inventories are complete and accurate.
7.3.2 Communications Equipment Configuration (CEC) and Property Inventories.
During the orientation phase-in period, the Contractor and a Government
representative shall conduct a joint inventory for all Government furnished
supplies and equipment and the Contractor shall sign for all equipment
provided by the Government.
7.3.2.1
At completion of each option year of the contract, a joint
inventory of equipment shall be conducted by the Contractor and a Government
representative. The Contractor shall be liable for loss or damages in
accordance with paragraph 7.2.
7.3.2.2
The Contractor shall keep current the equipment inventories, in a
format approved by the Government, required for performance of this contract.
7.3.2.3
The Contractor shall designate an equipment custodian.
7.3.3 Electronic Equipment Proof of Performance.
7.3.3.1
Communications Electronics (C-E) equipment. Government will turn
over to the Contractor all C-E equipment meeting contract performance
standards. The Government will provide 3M management records for review by
the Contractor to demonstrate a history of planned and corrective maintenance
of equipment at Contractor designated sites.
7.3.3.2
The Government will demonstrate on assigned operational
frequencies to the Contractor that all transmitters at NRTF Saddlebunch, and
receivers at NRRF Boca Chica meet the operational conditions/performance
standards as specified in NAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1. Transmitters and receivers
will be demonstrated on two additional frequencies if requested by the
Contractor.
7.3.3.3
Test equipment shall be turned over to the Contractor during the
orientation phase-in period. The Contractor is not responsible for test
equipment repair, however the Contractor shall perform applicable operator
calibration as required by manufacturer or instructional manuals prior to
performing PMS on those items turned over for his custody.
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7.3.4 Communication-Electronics Turnover/Acceptance Documents. The
Government's communications-electronics turnover/acceptance documents indicate
physical inspection checks and specific performance standards in accordance
with CNCTCINST 2313 (series) and serve as proof of performance/condition
standards that the Contractor shall be required to maintain through contract
completion. Performance standards on the turnover documents indicate to the
Contractor that the communications electronics equipment meets
performance/condition standards that the Contractor shall be required to
maintain for the term of this contract.
7.3.5 Facilities/Antenna Turnover. The Contractor shall maintain
non-electronic plant property and equipment in the same condition or better as
received during turnover. Antenna maintenance requirements are set forth in,
MRCs, and equipment maintenance manuals. The Government will provide
documentation that preventive maintenance actions have been completed and that
non-electronic equipment, systems, antennas, facilities and structures meet
performance condition standards which the Contractor is required to maintain.
Discrepancies found during demonstration/inspections shall be noted on a
turnover document and become the Government's responsibility to correct or
designate as acceptable deficiencies, for the purpose of contract performance.
Deficiencies/discrepancies which do not adversely affect operational
performance shall not relieve the Contractor from accepting any facility,
antenna, non-electronic equipment/system, etc. for operation and maintenance,
but will become the Government's responsibility to correct or designate in
writing to the Contractor as acceptable for the purpose of contract
performance.
7.3.6 Facilities and Antenna Turnover/Acceptance Documents. The Government's
facilities turnover/acceptance documents indicate physical inspection checks
and performance standards and serve as proof of performance/condition
standards that the Contractor shall maintain for the term of this contract.
The checks and performance standards on the turnover documents are
demonstrations that indicate to the Contractor the buildings, antennas,
structures, power generators, electrical distribution system, roads, etc.,
meet performance/condition standards that the Contractor shall maintain for
the term of this contract.
7.3.7 Contract Completion. At the end of the contract period (or as a result
of termination for cause or for the convenience of the Government) the
Contractor shall turn back to the Government all equipment and facilities
under the Contract in the same condition or better as received and meeting all
the specifications required by the Contract. The Contractor shall ensure all
operational and maintenance deficiencies in equipment and facilities are
corrected within 30 days prior to the end of the Contract period. A joint
inventory of equipment shall be conducted by the Contractor and the Government
60 days prior to the end of the contract period.
SECTION 8.0 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
8.1
FACILITIES DATA AND REPORT REQUIREMENTS.
8.1.1 The Contractor shall prepare and submit monthly documents required
within the Facilities portion of the SOW and shall include but not be limited
to:
8.1.2 Controlled maintenance inspection of minor work projects scheduled and
performed in a format as defined in NAVFAC MO-322, and as further defined in
Section 1.0, paragraph 1.5.
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8.1.3 The Contractor shall maintain an accounting of labor and materials used
for performance of this Contract. NAVFAC Form 9/11014/21, Emergency Service
Work Authorization, shall be used to document all completed facilities
maintenance work. These forms will be forwarded to the Government on a
monthly basis.
8.1.4 A report of time (duration) that sites were without commercial power
shall be submitted monthly in accordance with CNCTCINST 2300.2(series).
8.1.5 Air Emissions Report.
8.1.6 Diesel fuel consumption at each site.
8.1.7 Electric consumption at each site.
8.l.8 Water consumption at each site.
8.1.9 All files and records become Government property upon Contract
completion.
8.1.10 Meetings and verbal Reporting. The contractor will participate in all
meetings as may be initiated and required by the government Technical
Director/COR for the purpose of reviewing reporting methods, mission
requirements, or informational purposes and as per DoN directives and
instructions. The contractor will make appropriate supervisors and employees
available for such meetings as may be required to present first hand reports
to government personnel regarding Detachment mission accomplishment.
8.2
MAINTENANCE OF DETACHMENT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES RECORDS.
Additional operational reports, documents, inventories and meetings may be
required by the COR. The Contractor shall provide such information when
requested by the COR. The Contractor shall submit as a minimum, the following
recurring reports documents and inventories as indicated:
MONTHLY REPORTS
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
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Diesel Fuel Usage Report
Fire/Bomb Threat Report
AN/FRT-96 Plate/Filament Readings
Minor Work Schedule Update
Coaxial Transmission Line/Waveguide Air Pressure Test
QC Summary (Boca Chica Operations)
QC Summary (NRTF Saddlebunch Key)
Antenna Inspections
Transmitter Test 3
Personnel Update
Generator Operation/Test Results
Electrical Power Outages
Government Review of Radio Logs
NCTS JACKSONVILLE PMS Report
NCTS JACKSONVILLE DET KEY WEST FL TRMS Report
NCTS JACKSONVILLE DET KEY WEST FL SORTS Report
QUARTERLY REPORTS
(Q)
(Q)
(Q)
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(MAR-JUN-SEP-DEC)
GFM Inventory
Physical Security Report
Hazardous Material Report
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SEMI-ANNUAL REPORTS
(SA)
(SA)
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(MAR-SEP)
Generator Lube Oil Test
3M Inspection Report
ANNUAL REPORTS (Due in Month shown)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
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Generator Coolant Test
Water Quality Tests
CMI Plan Update
2M Station Evaluation
Plant/Minor Property Review
Physical Security Survey
CPR Re-certification
Waste Disposal Report
OPSEC Assessment Survey
Network Vulnerability Assessment
(MAR)
(JUN)
(AUG)
(MAR)
(AUG)
(FEB)
(FEB)
(AUG)
(JUL)
(FEB)
8.2.1 Records requiring maintenance and updating include, but are not limited
to:
a.
Vendor's literature library describing the equipment and
maintenance procedures
b.
A warranty/guarantee record for all equipment and materials for
which the Contractor has responsibility where files presently exist, or new
items are obtained during the life of the contract
c.
An operating history of equipment including operating data, time
in operation, abnormal operation, malfunctions, spare parts requirements and
other data required for operation evaluation and analysis
d.
buildings
Building history files covering all inspections (structural) of
e.
Waste oil disposal files
f.
Documentation of CPR training
g.
Generator Logs
h.
Public works organization and operation plan
i.
Preventive maintenance inspections
j.
Continuous inspection
k.
Operator inspection
l.
Antenna/Security fence inspections
m.
Work Scheduling
n.
Fire protection system maintenance/inspection
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VAC Equipment
p.
Compressed air equipment
q.
Emergency power generating equipment
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8.3
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Electrical distribution
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Water Systems
t.
Sewage treatment systems
u.
Weekly 3M Schedule
v.
Antenna maintenance
w.
Facility Standard Operating Procedures
COMMUNICATIONS DATA AND REPORT REQUIREMENTS.
8.3.1 The Contractor shall prepare and submit as required to the on-site
Government representative all reports (verbal or written), documents and
inventories necessary for operation and maintenance performance at all sites
as specified in this SOW.
8.3.2 The Contractor shall submit all reports, documents and inventories in
the format designated by the Government Technical Director/COR, to the
appropriate on-site Government representative as designated by the Technical
Director/COR.
8.3.3 The Contractor shall submit the following recurring reports, documents
and inventories as indicated in the following paragraphs. The Government may
require additional operational reports (including meetings), documents and
inventories. The Contractor shall provide these as requested by the
Government:
a.
Personnel Listing Update
b.
Annual Inventory of 7G Items
c.
All Operational Communication Reports
d.
Quarterly, PMS schedules shall be submitted to the Government for
review at the end of each PMS quarter
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(series)
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Weekly, Maintenance Report, in accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.2
Damage Reports
g.
All reports, documents and inventories required for the control
and accountability of equipment and materials as directed by the Government.
8.4
MAINTENANCE OF COMMUNICATION ELECTRONIC RECORDS.
8.4.1 The Contractor shall establish, maintain and update the following C-E
records:
a.
Operational Communication Requirements as specified herein
b.
Technical library containing all technical manuals with changes
for all electronic equipment/systems at all sites under the responsibility of
the Contractor
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c.
A warranty/guarantee file for all equipment, facilities, materials
and systems
d.
Operating history of all electronic, facilities and utilities
equipment and systems to include operating data, time in operation, abnormal
operation, malfunctions, spare parts requirements and other data required for
operation evaluation and analysis by the Government
e.
A listing of all CCSD’s, antenna cabling/trunking, and TCF trouble
reports for each site included in this SOW in a format as determined by the
COR.
8.4.2 The Contractor shall retain and turn over all records/files to the
Government upon Contract completion.
8.4.3 The Contractor shall establish additional files or retain information as
directed by the Government.
8.4.4 Indoctrination in use of standard forms for all required reports and
records will be provided by the Government. All files and records
become Government property at termination of this Contract.
8.5
MAINTENANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM (ECP) REQUIREMENTS.
8.5.1 The Contractor shall prepare, establish, maintain, update and submit as
required to the on-site Government representative all reports, documents,
plans as necessary and as specified in this SOW for Environmental Compliance.
Documents requiring maintenance and updating include but are not limited to
the following:
a.
Pollution Prevention Program
b.
Hazardous Material Control and Management (HMC&M) Plan
c.
Permits and Certificates
d.
Management of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
e.
Used Oil Management Plan
f.
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan
g.
Hazardous Waste Management Plan
h.
Hazardous Waste Annual Report
i.
Solid Waste Management Plan
8.5.2 The Contractor shall retain and turn over all records/files to the
Government when requested and upon Contract completion.
8.5.3 The Contractor shall establish additional files or retain information as
directed by the Government.
8.5.4 All files and records become Government property at termination of this
Contract.
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8.5.5 Due to the sensitivity of the environmental locations of the various
NCTS JAX DET work locations, the contractor shall not allow or permit, or
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cause to be erected or applied in any manner, any form of temporary signage or
tape of any kind which may have an adverse affect on the environment as
determined by the government Technical Director/COR. All forms of new signage
must have prior written approval from the Technical Director/COR.
8.6 TECHNICAL LIBRARY. The Contractor shall maintain and update a technical
library of all technical data required for the operation and maintenance of
the Contractor designated sites. The library will include such items as
equipment manufacturer's spare parts lists, applicable Government publications
and regulations, applicable Contractor procedures and facility drawings. The
library will contain all technical publications and reference documentation
required by the Government including maintenance procedures and other
Technical Library material, Air Force Technical Orders and work cards. All
existing publications will be provided to the Contractor during orientation
phase-in period. The Contractor shall requisition or access applicable web
sites and download those publications not provided by the Government, but
required to perform contract requirements. The Contractor shall enter all
changes to publications. Safety Supplements for Air Force Technical Orders
shall be entered immediately upon receipt. The Contractor shall maintain and
update the technical library to the termination of the Contract. Library
material can be ordered through the Government Supply System or accessed
through applicable web sites without cost to the Contractor. All material
will remain Government property upon completion of the contract.
8.7 GOVERNMENT FORMS. The Government forms required in the performance of
this contract shall be used and maintained by the Contractor.
SECTION 9.0 PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS
9.1 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION STATEMENTS (SEE APPENDIX III)
9.2 SUBSTITUTION OR ADDITION OF PERSONNEL
9.2.1 The contractor agrees to assign to the contract those persons whose
resumes, personnel data forms or personnel qualification statements were
submitted as required to fill the requirements of the contract. No
substitution or addition of personnel shall be made except in accordance with
this clause.
9.2.2 The contractor further understands and agrees that:
1. During the contract performance turnover period, no personnel
substitutions will be permitted unless such substitutions are necessitated by
a key personnel’s sudden illness, death or termination of employment. In any
of these events, the Contractor shall promptly notify the Contracting Officer
and provide the information required by paragraph (d) herein.
(a)If personnel, for whatever reason, become unavailable for work under this
contract for a continuous period exceeding thirty (30) working days, or are
expected to devote substantially less effort to the contract than indicated
in its proposal, the Contractor shall propose a substitution of such
personnel in accordance with paragraph (d) herein.
(b)All personnel substitution requests shall be submitted in writing to the
Contracting Officer at least fifteen (15) days prior to the proposed
substitution (thirty (30) days if a security clearance must be obtained).
Each request shall provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances
necessitating the proposed substitution(s), as well as any other
information required by the Contracting Officer to approve or disapprove
the proposed substitution(s). All personnel proposed to act as substitutes
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(no matter when proposed during the performance period) must have
qualifications equal to or greater than the qualifications of the personnel
proposed for replacement.
(c)In the event a requirement to increase the specified level of effort for a
designated labor category (but not the overall level of effort of the
contract) occurs, the Contractor shall submit to the Contracting Officer a
written request for approval to add personnel to the designated labor
category. The information required is the same as that required in
paragraph (d) herein. The additional personnel shall have qualifications
greater than or equal to at least one (1) of the individuals proposed for
the designated labor category.
(d)The Contracting Officer will evaluate requests for substitution and
addition of personnel and shall promptly notify the Contractor in writing
regarding whether a request is approved or disapproved.
(e)If the Contracting Officer determines that suitable and timely replacement
of personnel who have been reassigned, terminated, or have otherwise become
unavailable to perform under the contract is not reasonably forthcoming, or
that a resultant reduction of productive effort would impair the successful
completion of the contract (or Delivery Order), the contract may be
terminated by the Contracting Officer either for Default or for the
Convenience of the Government, as appropriate. Alternatively, and at the
Contracting Officer’s discretion, if the Contracting Officer finds the
Contractor to be at fault for the condition, s/he may make an equitable
adjustment (downward) of the contract price or fixed fee to compensate the
Government for any delay, loss or damage as a result of the Contractor’s
delay in personnel replacement.
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PART II
INDEX FOR
NAVAL RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) BOCA CHICA
STATEMENT OF WORK
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1 . . . . . . . . SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.2 . . . . . . . . SITES/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1.3 . . . . . . . . GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OPERATION
1.3.1 . . . . . . . . Receiver Facility
1.3.2 . . . . . . . . Adverse Weather
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SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS
(See Part I - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
(See Part I)
SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS/ATC AND SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1 . . . . . . . . OPERATING PROCEDURES
5.2 . . . . . . . . NAVY RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) ELECTRONICS
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
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FIELD VEGETATION CONTROL
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5.5 . . . . . . . . . Emergency Power Generators Operation
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5.6 . . . . . . . . . READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP)
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SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
(See Part I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
(See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS
(See Part I)
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STATEMENT OF WORK
FOR
NAVY RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) BOCA CHICA
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE OF SERVICES The Contractor shall operate and maintain the Navy
Radio Receiver Facility (NRRF) located at NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville Detachment
Key West FL. NRRF BOCA CHICA is a component facility of the parent command
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Jacksonville FL.
1.1.1 Operation and maintenance of NRRF Boca Chica shall be conducted in
accordance with the terms and conditions stated within the Statement of Work
(SOW) Part I, as well as this section. The normal hours of operation and
maintenance shall be considered Monday through Friday, 0600L to 1800L daily.
Emergency 24/7 operations and maintenance utilizing call back personnel after
hours, on holidays and weekends will be provided by the contractor personnel
per the terms of Part I, section 1.1.2.
1.2
SITE/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The Navy Radio Receiver Facility Boca Chica
provides control and audio signals to operate high frequency receiver
facilities from a remote location. Remote control of the radio equipment at
the receiver site is accomplished by use of the Element Management
System/Automated Technical Control/Automated Technical Control (EMS/ATC). The
primary purpose of the receiver facility is to provide analog, non-secure and
secure voice and data communications to DoN, NATO, Allied, Coast Guard, and
DoD Joint activities. The site is linked to NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville
Detachment via DRAMA Microwave and Leased landline circuits. The site is
linked to NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville as well as NCTAMS LANT Norfolk VA via
various DISA communications trunks and circuits.
1.3
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OPERATION
1.3.1 Receiver facility. During normal daily working hours, as well as during
emergency and/or Call Back periods, the following operations and maintenance
procedures shall include, but not be limited to the following functions:
a. Starting and tuning to designated frequencies within prescribed
tolerances, active and standby receivers (as defined in NTP-4) using proper
antenna and frequency as specified by NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville FL, NCTAMS
LANT and NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West Technical Control Facilities
(TCF).
b. Daily Quality Control tests of equipment to ensure compliance with
Quality Control (QC) Standards contained in NAVCOMTELCOM INST 2313.l, DISAC
310-70-57 supplement 4 and DISAC 310-70-l Volume II and NAVCOMTELCOMINST
4330.2.
c. Operation of general electronic, test equipment, computerized patch
and test facilities and equipment supporting communication services at NRRF
BOCA CHICA.
d. Assisting NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville, NCTAMS LANT, and JIATF South
TCF’s in testing circuits.
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e. Monitoring and reporting to NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville TCF any alarm
condition, equipment outages or failures.
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f.
Operation of computerized audio/DC and antenna patch panels
g. Operation/use of utility, emergency power, and all Navy- owned power
distribution systems.
1.3.2 Adverse Weather. The Contractor shall maintain operations during
inclement or adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes, storms, flooding,
etc.
1.4
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OTHER
1.4.1 System Maintenance. Maintenance shall include all planned and
corrective maintenance to be performed for all equipment and facilities in
accordance with requirements stated in this section and as further defined in
Part I General Requirements. Dedicated site operation equipment includes
non-cryptographic transmitting and receiving electronic equipment, DRAMA
microwave systems, CCTV and IDS alarm systems, CCTV microwave systems,
computer and network systems, antenna structures, transmission lines, power
distribution systems including high voltage transformers, emergency power
generating systems, UPS and battery systems, all supporting air conditioning,
government owned utilities, fire protection systems, alarm systems, telephone
ring-down circuits, network systems, dehydrators and tower lighting equipment.
The Contractor shall not alter or renovate equipment or facilities without
prior written approval of the Contracting Officer.
1.4.2 Facilities Maintenance. Contractor shall also maintain, and make
repairs to buildings, fencing, roads, security lighting and other facilities
located on NAS Boca Chica and as further defined in Part I.
1.4.3 Janitorial Services. Contractor shall perform all housekeeping
functions for NRRF BOCA CHICA including all buildings and adjacent land within
fenced perimeters, and as further defined in Part I.
1.4.4 Repair Parts. The Contractor shall furnish all repair parts and
consumables for communications-electronic equipment necessary for the
performance of this contract as further defined in Part I, Section 4.2 and the
"Schedule". Antenna and facilities parts shall be Contractor furnished to the
extent specified in Part I, Section 5.0.
1.4.5 Physical Security. The Contractor shall provide continuous physical
security of the facilities as further defined in Part I.
SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS
(See Part I)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
(See Part I)
SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS/ATC AND SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1. OPERATING PROCEDURES. All communications operations shall be
coordinated with the Technical Control Facility (TCF) at NCTS Jacksonville.
The NCTS JAX TCF CWO will, under normal conditions, control site assets
remotely via Element Management System/Automated Technical Control/Automated
Technical Control (EMS/ATC). The Contractor shall be required to turn
equipment on/off, and assist the NCTS JAX CWO as required to monitor site
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conditions and report any condition that will hinder TCF remote control of
site assets. Under certain conditions, and when required by TCF JAX CWO, the
contractor shall assume control of the local site(s) and operate site assets
via EMS/ATC as directed. Specific instructions concerning communications
requirements will be provided by the NCTS JAX TCF over the message function of
the EMS/ATC workstation, Automated Technical Control (ATC) system, or CROW-Net
systems. NCTS JAX TCF CWO will provide start-up/secure, frequency, bearing or
position, frequency tolerance limitations, and antenna selection for each
specific requirement. Selection of specific HF receivers, and ancillary
equipment assets shall be the responsibility of the Contractor unless
otherwise required by the TCF via the message function of the EMS/ATC, CrowNet (or other) authorized workstation or STU-III secure telephonic device. The
following specific instructions shall be observed by the Contractor when the
Contractor has control of site assets.
5.1.1.1
Overall Technical Management of the Navy Receiver Network.
Technical Management of all other assets located at the receiver facility is
vested in the NCTS JAX DET TCF via the Element Management System/Automated
Technical Control (EMS/ATC).
5.1.2 The TCF will, under normal conditions, control site assets remotely via
Element Management System/Automated Technical Control (EMS/ATC).
5.1.2.1
Upon loss of power, the Contractor shall assist TCF to restore
full operational capability to NRRF BOCA CHICA after restoration of power to
either emergency or commercial power distribution panels. When the Contractor
has control of site assets, restoration to full operational capability will be
within 15 minutes after restoration of power. Circuit restoration priorities
will be established by the TCF.
5.1.2.2
The Contractor shall maintain a "station log" showing who is on
watch and noting maintenance actions, quality control checks on each
individual receiver and all other actions taken or events occurring. The
Government will provide the Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT),
version 2.0.1 (or as updated) software for this purpose. The Contractor is
authorized and is required to install this software on the computer hardware
to be provided by the Government for Internet access. The Contractor is
required to provide separate Internet access for contractor personnel
administration.
5.1.2.2.1
The Contractor shall establish and maintain, in addition to the
“station log” using the Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version
2.0.1 (or as updated) software, a listing of all CCSD’s, antenna
cabling/trunking, and TCF trouble reports for the site and as further directed
by the Government.
5.1.2.3
While the Contractor has control of the site via EMS/ATC, the
Contractor shall maintain information necessary to provide the Government a
current status of all equipment and systems as requested by the Government.
5.1.2.4
The receiver operational requirements dictate the assignment of
specifically designated personnel at HF receiver, terminal equipment and
console operating areas with prime responsibility for subsystem operations.
Such personnel shall be indoctrinated in mission responsibilities and will be
the prime point of contact in meeting system requirements. This
responsibility shall not preclude assignment of other duties consistent with
overall watch section workloads.
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5.1.3 The Contractor shall conduct a Communications Quality Monitoring and
Control Program of all equipment/systems, including inner site lines between
NRRF BOCA CHICA and NRTF Saddlebunch, as well as microwave line connectivity,
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at NRRF BOCA CHICA in accordance with the standards in NAVCOMTELCOMINST
2313.1, DISAC 310-70-57 Supplement 4 and DISAC 310-70-1, Vol. II, and as
further defined in Part I.
5.1.4 A Quality Assurance Program in accordance with standards provided and
scheduled by the Government, will be conducted by the Government in
conjunction with the Contractor to verify all equipment readiness conditions
at NRRF BOCA CHICA.
5.1.5 The Contractor shall maintain the station communications cable system
at BOCA CHICA, including, but not limited to, intermediate distribution frames
(IDF), interconnecting cables, cross-connects, and all cable/cross-connect
records including site blueprints. The Contractor shall install, remove and
reconfigure communication circuits as directed by the Government.
5.1.6 All instructions received from the TCF shall be acknowledged within 2
minutes. Operational instructions received from the TCF shall be the only
operational instructions followed by Contractor personnel.
5.1.7 If operational directions cannot be implemented within a 10 minute
period, the operator shall inform the TCF of difficulties encountered and an
estimate as to when compliance with the directions can be expected.
5.1.8 All equipment/systems shall be tuned and operated in accordance with
instructions provided in applicable technical manuals and as
modified/supplemented by the Government.
5.1.9 The contractor shall obtain Government approval prior to de-energizing
or rendering inoperative, any operational circuits, equipment or systems.
5.1.10 The Contractor shall establish individual communications
operations/specification files for each receiver at NRRF BOCA CHICA. The file
shall include as a minimum: all receiver acceptance/exception documentation
between the Government and the Contractor; Quality Control documentation;
maintenance reports; parts requisitions; PMS inspections; and other
information as the Government may require. Files shall be retained for the
life of the receiver.
5.1.11 All operational communications between the Contractor and TCF shall be
via the message function of the EMS/ATC workstation.
5.1.12 The Contractor shall ensure all markings including safety markings and
labels on equipments and patch panels are clear, accurate and current.
5.1.13 The TCF shall be immediately informed of any unusual or abnormal
condition which places the receiver site in a hazardous condition, such as the
loss of commercial power, severe storms in the area, equipment failure,
absenteeism, or physical attack.
5.1.14 The Contractor shall not exchange equipment subassemblies between main
units of equipment without prior approval of the on-site Government
representative.
5.1.15 Operator personnel shall clean all receivers and associated equipment
surfaces weekly.
5.1.16
Ancillary Equipment Operating Procedures.
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5.1.16.1 All receivers, tone keyers, frequency standards, antenna controls,
quality control equipments and other ancillary equipment/systems listed in
Appendix I for NRRF BOCA CHICA shall be operated and maintained in accordance
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with MRC requirements or manufacturer's manuals when MRC's are not available
and as further defined in Part I.
5.1.17
Operational Reports.
5.1.17.1 The Contractor shall provide to the on-site Government
representative all recurring communication/operations reports specified in
Part I.
5.1.17.2 The Contractor shall establish, update, and retain on file all
station cable and cross-connect records, including blueprints, in a format
approved by the Government.
5.1.17.3 The Contractor shall maintain station radio logs for the life of the
contract.
5.1.17.4 HAZCON, SITREP and CASREP reports shall be submitted to the
Government in accordance with NWP-10-03.1 and NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville
Instructions.
5.2
NAVY RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
5.2.1 Planned Maintenance Requirements. The Contractor shall maintain all the
communications electronic equipment configurations to the specifications
described in Part I, Paragraphs 5.3 through 5.4.2.
5.3
ANTENNA FIELD VEGETATION CONTROL
5.3.1 Areas Free of Vegetation. The Contractor shall ensure no vegetation
exists within a 2 foot radius around all guy anchors, support poles, antenna
bases, over the ground screens (if applicable) and within the fenced area of
the Loop Rosette antennas.
5.3.2 Areas of Vegetation of Height 6" or Less. The Contractor shall ensure
that vegetation does not exceed a height of 6 inches in the areas
circumscribed by antenna guy systems or within the fenced in area of each
antenna.
5.3.3 Areas between Antennas. The control of vegetation in the areas/fields
between antennas shall be the responsibility of the contractor.
5.4
NRRF BOCA CHICA VEGETATION CONTROL
5.4.1 Areas Free of Vegetation. The Contractor shall ensure no vegetation is
allowed to exist within the inner enclosed area of the Above-ground Storage
Tank (AST), or through any paved areas including paved access roads, paved
parking areas and sidewalks.
5.4.2 Semi-improved Areas. The Contractor shall ensure the vegetation in
semi-improved areas conforms to the specifications stated in the SOW Part I,
paragraph 5.8.6 and as further defined in Appendix I.
5.4.3 Improved Areas. The Contractor shall ensure the vegetation within the
entire confines of the inner compound security fence conforms to the
specifications stated in the SOW Part I, paragraph 5.8.6.2, except where
otherwise stated.
5.5
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EMERGENCY POWER GENERATORS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
At NRRF BOCA CHICA the Contractor shall:
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a. Start, regulate and bring generators on line during periods of
unstable or loss of commercial power
b. During periods of unstable commercial power; start, regulate,
synchronize generators with commercial power in a manner which will not cause
disruption of electrical power to the equipment. When the electrical load is
assumed by the emergency generators, commercial power shall be disconnected
from the station until it becomes stable.
c. When commercial power is lost, the contractor personnel shall
restore power to all power panels within five minutes of the failure using the
emergency power plant.
d. Ensure watch personnel are trained and qualified to perform steps
a., b. and c. of paragraph 5.5 in the absence of power plant personnel.
e. Facilities personnel shall be notified immediately following
generator activation, or attempted activation, and be prepared to be on site
within one hour in the case of generator malfunction, erratic operation,
unusual occurrences, and/or other than normal indicator, gauge or meter
readings.
5.5.1 When emergency generators are operating contractor personnel shall
perform operator maintenance as follows:
a.
Monitor the equipment and load for stability of supplied emergency
power
b. Monitor emergency generator operation, and power plant panel
readings every half hour, record appropriate data on provided generator
operating forms
c. Recall power plant specialist to respond to the site, in the case of
improper generator performance.
5.6 READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP).
The Contractor shall develop a Readiness Management Program Plan (RMPP), in
accordance with CNCTC Instruction 3000.1B. The RMPP shall be submitted to the
Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60 days following the
completion of the orientation period. This program sets forth requirements to
conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction with operational
reporting via Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS), Casualty Report
(CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP) messages. The Government will provide
the Contractor the latest version of the TYCOM Readiness Management System
(TRMS) software during the orientation period to facilitate the Contractor’s
preparation of the RMPP. The contractor will be responsible for providing
adequate training to all personnel within their respective areas of expertise
to ensure that all minimum standards of operation and repair are understood by
all personnel on a continuing basis. The contractor will also be responsible
for preparing and processing all MRPP related documentation, scheduling, and
reporting for the Detachment. The Contractor will train and test all
contractor personnel as often as is required but once a month at a minimum,
and provide at the end of each month an appropriate SORTS/TRMS report. The
contractor will also schedule with the government QAI/COR to demonstrate the
proficiency levels of all personnel selected each month for meeting required
SORTS and TRMS exercise drills. If personnel are not able to meet the minimum
drill requirements, then those personnel will be required to re-train in the
specific area, and documentation of the training will be submitted to the
government. All retraining must take place within 30 days of the failed TRMS
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exercise. Failure to retrain an employee, and said employee to pass a second
TRMS drill exercise adequately, will result in the government reducing the
contract price .
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE (See Part I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
(See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS (See Part I) In addition to that described in
Part I Section 8.0, the following reports and orders apply.
8.1 REPORTS and RECORDS. The contractor shall provide the Government a daily
morning summary regarding information pertinent to the operation of the NCTS
Naval Radio Receiver Facility. The summary shall include all data required by
the Government, be it orally, or written, in a format of the Government's
choosing. In addition, the contractor shall initiate, maintain and submit
those reports, and records as described within this portion of the SOW, and in
accordance with directives depicted in the SOPs.
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PART III
INDEX FOR
NAVAL RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF) SADDLEBUNCH
NCTS JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
STATEMENT OF WORK
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1 . . . . . . . . SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.2 . . . . . . . . SITES/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OTHER
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SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS See Part VII - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
(See Part I)
SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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. Operational Reports
5.2 . . . . . . . . NAVY RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF)
ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
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FIELD VEGETATION CONTROL
Free of Vegetation
of Vegetation of Height 6" or less
between Antennas
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH KEY VEGETATION CONTROL
Area Free of Vegetation
Semi-Improved Areas
Improved Areas
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5.5 . . . . . . . . . EMERGENCY POWER GENERATORS OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE
5.5.1 . . . . . . . . Operating procedures
5.6 . . . . . . . . . READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP)
(See Part I-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS for other descriptions of work)
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
(See Part I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
(See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS
(See Part I)
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STATEMENT OF WORK
FOR THE
NAVAL RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF) SADDLEBUNCH KEY
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE OF SERVICES The Contractor shall operate, maintain and repair
when required all equipment and facilities (including antennas) at the Naval
Radio Transmitter Facility located at Saddlebunch Key, FL. NRTF Saddlebunch
Key is a facility of the U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station
Jacksonville Detachment Key West FL.
1.1.1 Operation and maintenance of NRTF Boca Chica shall be conducted in
accordance with the terms and conditions stated within the Statement of Work
(SOW) Part I, as well as this section. The normal hours of operation and
maintenance shall be considered Monday through Friday, 0600L to 1800L daily.
Emergency 24/7 operations and maintenance utilizing call back personnel after
hours, on holidays and weekends will be provided by the contractor personnel
per the terms of Part I, sections 1.1 and 1.2.
1.2
SITE/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The site at Saddlebunch Key provides High
Frequency (HF), and Medium Frequency (MF) Radio Transmissions. There are 37
HF antennas, and 01 MF antenna four tower array, in support of the
transmitters. Remote control of the radio equipment at the transmitter site is
accomplished by use of the Element Management System/Automated Technical
Control (EMS/ATC). The primary purpose of the transmitter facility is to
provide analog, non-secure voice, secure voice and data communications to DoN,
NATO, Allied, Coast Guard, and DoD Joint activities. The site is linked to
NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville Detachment via DRAMA Microwave and Leased landline
circuits.
1.3
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OPERATION
1.3.1 HF Systems Operation. During normal daily working hours, as well as
during emergency and/or Call Back periods, the following operations and
maintenance procedures shall include, but not be limited to the following
functions:
a. Activation and tuning to designated frequencies within prescribed
tolerances, both online and standby transmitters (as defined in NTP-4) using
the proper antenna, frequency and power settings as specified by local (TCF
Boca Chica) or remote (NCTS Jacksonville) Technical Control Facility (TCF).
b. Monitoring of transmissions to ensure compliance with Quality
Control (QC) Standards contained in NAVCOMTELCOM INST 2313.l, DISAC 310-70-57
supplement 4 and DISAC 310-70-l Volume II and NAVCOMTELCOMINST 4330.2.
c. Operation of general purpose electronic test equipment (GPETE),
computerized patch and test facilities and equipment supporting communication
services at NRTF Saddlebunch Key including network systems and supporting
equipment.
d. Assisting, respective U.S.NAVAL, U.S.COAST GUARD, and U.S.AIR FORCE
components in testing circuits via the NCTS JAX DET TCF.
e.
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condition, equipment outages or failures for further notification to
respective USN, USCG, and/or USAF components.
f.
Operation of computerized audio/DC and antenna patch panels.
g. Operation/use of utility, emergency power, and all Navy-owned power
distribution systems.
h. Maintaining all equipment, systems and facilities as otherwise
defined within this contract, through the timely application of planned and
unplanned all preventive, demand, and corrective maintenance to ensure all
equipment and facilities are fully functional and always ready for immediate
mission use.
1.3.2 Medium Frequency (MF) System Operations. There currently are no
operational MF transmitter assets located at NRTF Saddlebunch Key. However,
the contractor is responsible to maintain the MF four tower antenna array
tower lighting systems located at the western end of the transmitter site in
accordance with all FAA and FCC regulations. Outages will be reported to the
NAS Base Operations center located on Boca Chica in accordance with all FAA
and FCC requirements. When notified by the government of a lighting system
outage, contractor will make appropriate reports and take all necessary
corrective actions to ensure compliance with FAA and FCC requirements.
1.3.3 Adverse Weather. The Contractor shall maintain transmitter site
operations during inclement or adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes,
storms, flooding, etc.
1.3.4 Ordinance Considerations. NRTF Saddlebunch Key was once used as a Navy
Aircraft Bombing and Strafing Range Site during the World War II (1939-1944)
era. As such, there is a possibility that during the course of normal soil
erosion around various antenna field areas/pads, old ordinance, parts or
pieces which were missed during the site cleanup and transformation effort may
be uncovered. If contractor personnel discover or see such old ordinance
material, they are to notify the government Technical Director, as well as the
Naval Air Station Security Department for proper cleanup by authorized DoN EOD
personnel. Contractor personnel are restricted from touching, disturbing, or
otherwise removing such materials from the location in which it is discovered.
1.4
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OTHER
1.4.1 System Maintenance. Maintenance shall include all planned and
corrective maintenance to be performed for all equipment and facilities in
accordance with requirements stated in this section and as further defined in
Part I General Requirements. Dedicated site operation equipment includes
non-cryptographic transmitting and receiving electronic equipment, DRAMA
microwave systems, CCTV and IDS alarm systems, CCTV microwave systems,
computer and network systems, antenna structures, transmission lines, power
distribution systems including high voltage transformers, emergency power
generating systems, UPS and battery systems, all supporting air conditioning,
government owned utilities, fire protection systems, alarm systems, telephone
ring-down circuits, network systems, dehydrators and tower lighting equipment.
The Contractor shall not alter or renovate equipment or facilities without
prior written approval of the Contracting Officer.
1.4.2 Facilities Maintenance. The Contractor shall also maintain and make
minor repairs to buildings/structures and grounds maintenance as defined in
Part I.
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1.4.3 Janitorial. Contractor shall perform all housekeeping/janitorial
services for spaces/buildings occupied by the Contractor and Government as
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defined in Part I.
1.4.4 Repair Parts. The Contractor shall furnish all repair parts and
consumables for communications-electronic equipment necessary for the
performance of this contract as defined in Part I, Section 4.0 and the
"Schedule". Antenna and facilities parts shall be Contractor furnished to the
extent specified in Part I, Section 5.0, paragraph 5.8.2.
1.4.5 Physical Security. The Contractor shall provide physical security of
the facilities as defined in Part I, Section 5.0 paragraph 5.2.
SECTION 2.0 DEFINITIONS
(See Part I-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT
(See Part I)
SECTION 4.0 CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1
OPERATING PROCEDURES
5.1.1 General. All communications operations shall be coordinated with the
Technical Control Facility (TCF) at NCTS JAX DET or NCTS Jacksonville as
required. The NCTS JAX DET TCF will, under normal conditions, control site
assets remotely via Element Management System (EMS/ATC). The Contractor shall
be required to open/shut hood dampers, turn equipment on/off, and assist TCF
when required to monitor site conditions reporting any condition that will
hinder TCF remote control of site assets. Under certain conditions, and when
required by TCF, the contractor shall assume control of the site and operate
site assets via EMS/ATC. Specific instructions concerning communications
requirements will be provided by the TCF over the message function of the EMS
workstation, or STU-III telephonic device. TCF will provide start-up/secure,
frequency, bearing or position, frequency tolerance limitations, antenna
selection (i.e., directional OMNI) and power output instructions for each
specific requirement. Selection of specific HF transmitters and ancillary
equipment assets shall be the responsibility of the Contractor unless
otherwise required by the TCF via the message function of the EMS/ATC
workstation. The following specific instructions shall be observed by the
Contractor when the Contractor has control of site assets.
5.1.1.1
Upon loss of power, the Contractor shall assist TCF to restore
full operational capability to NRTF Saddlebunch Key after restoration of power
to either emergency or commercial power distribution panels. When the
Contractor has control of site assets, restoration to full operational
capability shall be within 15 minutes after restoration of power. Circuit
restoration priorities will be established by the TCF.
5.1.1.2.1
The contractor shall check all equipment upon restoration of power
to ensure that the TCF has remotely reset the systems. If the systems have
not been reset, the contractor shall locally restore operation of all systems.
5.1.1.3
The Contractor shall maintain a "station log" showing all
contractor personnel on duty and noting all maintenance actions, quality
control checks on each individual transmitter and all other actions taken, or
events occurring during any manned period. The Government will provide the
Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version 2.0.1 (or as updated)
software for this purpose. The Contractor is authorized and is required to
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install this software on the computer hardware to be provided by the
government for Internet access. The Contractor is required to provide
computer hardware, software, and Internet access phone lines for contractor
administrative purposes.
5.1.1.3.1
The Contractor shall establish and maintain, in addition to the
“station log” using the Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version
2.0.1 (or as updated) software, a listing of all CCSD’s, antenna
cabling/trunking, and TCF trouble reports for the site and as further directed
by the Government.
5.1.1.4
Any malfunction of antenna tower lights shall be reported to the
TCF immediately. In the event the outage is discovered during other than
normal working hours, the NAS Key West Base Operations Center will be
notified. All lights shall be checked and logged in the Station Log at least
once daily. If the automated light malfunction alarm is received at the Base
Operations Center, it will be the responsibility of the contractor to respond
and implement repairs within one hour of notification. Completion of repair
shall be completed within 24 hours and correction(s) reported to TCF.
5.1.1.5
While the Contractor has control of the site via EMS/ATC. The
Contractor shall maintain information necessary to provide the Government a
current status of all equipment and systems as requested by the Government.
5.1.1.6
The transmitter operational requirements dictate the assignment of
specifically designated personnel at HF transmitter areas, terminal equipment
spaces, and console operating room with prime responsibility for subsystem
operations. Personnel shall be indoctrinated in mission responsibilities and
shall be the prime point of contact in meeting system requirements. This
responsibility shall not preclude assignment of other duties consistent with
overall workload accomplishment.
5.1.1.7
The Contractor shall conduct a Communications Quality Monitoring
and Control Program of equipment/systems at NRTF Saddlebunch Key in accordance
with the standards in NAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1, DISAC 310-70-57 Supplement 4
and DISAC 310-70-1, Vol. II, and as defined in Part I.
5.1.1.8
A Quality Assurance Program in accordance with standards provided
and scheduled by the Government will be conducted by the Government in
conjunction with the Contractor to verify all equipment readiness conditions
at NRTF Saddlebunch Key.
5.1.1.9
The Contractor shall maintain the station communications cable
system at Saddlebunch Key, including but not limited to intermediate
distribution frames (IDF), interconnecting cables, cross-connects,
cable/cross-connect records. The Contractor shall install, remove and
reconfigure communication circuits as required by the Government.
5.1.1.10
All instructions received from the NCTS JAX TCF CWO shall be
acknowledged and acted upon within 2 minutes. During normal working hours,
operational instructions should be coordinated via the NCTS JAX TCF CWO
located at NCTS Jacksonville Fl. After normal working hours, or in times of
emergency, amplifying or additional instruction will be issued by NCTS JAX
CWO, and/or NCTAMSLANT JFTOC as required for operational accomplishment.
5.1.1.11
If operational directions cannot be implemented within a 10 minute
period, contractor personnel will inform the appropriate TCF CWO (or other
director as appointed) of difficulties encountered and an estimated time of
concurrence as to when compliance with the directions will be accomplished.
5.1.1.12
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Equipment/systems shall be tuned and operated in accordance with
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instructions provided in applicable technical manuals and as
modified/supplemented by the Government.
5.1.1.13
The TCF will give approval prior to de-energizing or deactivating
any circuit, equipment or systems.
5.1.1.14
The Contractor shall perform all equipment/system operational
planned maintenance as scheduled in accordance with provisions of the U.S.
Navy, and Coast Guard Maintenance and Material Management (3M) System as
specified in OPNAVINST 4790 series and in accordance with specific individual
Navy and Coast Guard Maintenance Requirement Cards and as defined in Part I.
5.1.1.15
All operational communications between the Contractor and TCF
shall be via the message function of the EMS/ATC workstation.
5.1.1.16
The Contractor shall ensure all markings, including safety
markings, signs and labels, on equipment, antennas and patch panels are clear,
accurate and current.
5.1.1.17
The TCF will be immediately informed of any unusual or abnormal
condition which places the transmitter site in a hazardous condition, such as
the loss of commercial power, severe storms in the area, equipment failure,
absenteeism, or physical attack.
5.1.2 HF Transmitter Operating Procedures.
5.1.2.1
The Contractor shall ensure at all times and demonstrate to the
Government when requested, that each transmitter, as a minimum, is capable of
meeting the following specifications, tolerances and performance standards:
a. Tune and Operate. In accordance with NTP-4 series and the specific
manufacturers' equipment manual for operation of the equipment.
b. Operationally Tested. In accordance with the Quality Control
procedures and schedules of COMNAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1.
c. Maintained. In accordance with the individual Maintenance
Requirement Cards (MRC) for each individual equipment.
d. Repaired. In accordance with the manufacturer's repair manual to
the level necessary to meet the performance evaluation procedure listed in
NAVCOMTELCOMINST 4330.2 series.
5.1.2.2
The Contractor shall establish individual communications
operations/specification files for each transmitter at NRTF Saddlebunch Key.
The file shall include as a minimum: all transmitter acceptance/exception
documentation between the Government and the Contractor; Quality Control
documentation; maintenance reports; parts requisitions; PMS inspections; and
other information as the Government may require. Files shall be retained for
the life of the transmitter.
5.1.2.3
All available standby transmitters (not to be confused with Lay-Up
Maintenance or Out-Of-Service equipment) shall be brought to full operational
power by the Contractor at least once a month to ensure the equipment is
capable of operational service when required. As a minimum, three (3)
frequencies shall be tested into a dummy load. Power output, carrier
suppression, intermodulation distortion and BIT Test results shall be recorded
and retained in the operations/specifications file. Eight of these tests
shall be provided each month for review by the on-site Government
representative. If any transmitter is found not to meet all test requirements,
it must be placed into demand maintenance mode, and repaired in accordance
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with manufacturer’s manuals and DoN Specifications. The above requirement is
waived if a Transmitter Test-3 as defined within the NAVCOMTELSTA Instruction
2313.( ) has otherwise already been accomplished.
5.1.2.4
The Contractor shall not exchange equipment subassemblies between
main units of equipment without prior approval of the on-site Government
representative.
5.1.2.5
Contractor personnel shall clean all transmitters and associated
equipment surfaces weekly.
5.1.3 Ancillary Equipment Operating Procedures.
5.1.3.1
All transmitters, receivers, tone keyers, frequency standards,
antenna systems and controls, quality control equipments and other ancillary
equipment/systems listed in Appendix I for NRTF Saddlebunch Key shall be
operated and maintained in accordance with MRC requirements or manufacturer's
manuals when MRC's are not available and as further defined in Part I.
5.1.4 Operational Reports.
5.1.4.1
The Contractor shall provide to the on-site Government
representative all recurring communication/operations reports specified in
Part I.
5.1.4.2
The Contractor shall establish, update, and retain on file all
station cable, circuit, wiring and cross-connect records - including station
blueprints - in a format approved by the Government.
5.1.4.3
The Contractor shall maintain station radio logs for the life of
the contract.
5.1.4.4
HAZCON, SITREP and CASREP reports shall be submitted to the
Government in accordance with NWP-10-03.1 and NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville
Instructions.
5.2
NAVY RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF) ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
5.2.1 Planned Maintenance Requirements. The Contractor shall maintain all the
communications electronic equipment configurations to the specifications
described in Part I, Paragraphs 5.3 through 5.4.2.
5.3
ANTENNA FIELD VEGETATION CONTROL
5.3.1 Areas Free of Vegetation. The Contractor shall ensure no vegetation is
allowed to exist within a 2 ft. radius around all guy anchors, support poles,
and antenna bases. All costs for antenna field vegetation control shall be
borne by the Contractor and are not subject to the cost limitations specified
in Part I Section 5.8.2.
5.3.2 Areas of Vegetation of Height 6" or Less. The Contractor shall ensure
that vegetation does not exceed a height of 6 inches in the areas
circumscribed by antenna guy systems or within the fenced in area of each
antenna. The Contractor shall ensure that vegetation does not exceed 6 inches
in height within a 15 foot perimeter around the outside of all antenna fences.
5.3.3 Areas Between Antennas. The control of vegetation in the fields between
antennas will be the responsibility of the Contractor. All vegetation control
must be in keeping with all Federal, State and County regulations which may be
applicable.
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5.4
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH KEY VEGETATION CONTROL
5.4.1 Areas Free of Vegetation. The Contractor shall ensure no vegetation is
allowed to exist within the confines of the electrical power substation
located adjacent to Building J1561, through any paved or concrete areas,
including paved access roads, paved or unpaved parking areas and/or sidewalks.
5.4.2 Semi-improved Areas. The Contractor shall ensure the vegetation in the
following areas conform to the specifications stated in Part I, paragraph
5.8.6 of the SOW:
a.
Beginning at the juncture of the access road and US Highway 1, for
ten (10) feet on either side of the site access road up to the antenna field
boundary fences, commencing at Highway #2 and continuing up to the inner
compound security gate. The easement road used for site access from U.S. 1 to
the second security (electronic) gate shall be kept clear of vegetation and
other debris at all times. The U.S. 1 Access Gate shall be the Contractor’s
responsibility for operation and maintenance. Additionally, it shall be the
Contractor’s responsibility to ensure that the appropriate maintenance
activities (i.e., City Electric System, BellSouth, etc.) are notified to
correct any deficiencies occurring on the easement road and to follow up to
ensure deficiencies are corrected. The COR shall be kept apprised of such
actions.
b.
From the inner side of the inner compound security fence to the
end of the first bridge, all vegetation will be kept mowed and clear of trees.
A ten (20) foot boundary on both sides of the access road from the second
security (electronic) gate to the transmitter building (0.9 miles), shall not
have vegetation growth in excess of six inches in height. Trees and shrubs
will be kept trimmed or cleared as stated in Part I, paragraph 5.8.6.2. Trees
and shrubs will not be allowed to root in areas of underground cables, pipes
or wiring.
5.4.3 Improved Areas. The Contractor shall ensure the vegetation within the
entire confines of the inner compound security fence conform to the
specifications stated in the SOW Part I, paragraph 5.8.6.2.
5.5
EMERGENCY POWER GENERATORS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
The Contractors personnel shall:
a.
Manually start, regulate, and bring generator(s) on line during
loss of commercial power, upon failure of the generator system to auto start,
and assume the load.
b. During the periods of normal operation and unstable commercial
power, start, regulate, synchronize generator(s) with commercial power in a
manner which will not cause disruption of electric power to the equipment.
When the electrical load is assumed by the emergency generator(s), commercial
power shall be disconnected from the station until it becomes stable.
c. When commercial power is lost, contractor personnel shall restore
power to all equipment power panels within five minutes following the
emergency power generators assumption of the load.
d. Contractor personnel shall be notified immediately following
generator activation, and be prepared to be on site, effecting repairs, within
one hour following notification of site power or generator malfunction,
erratic operation, abnormal conditions, unusual occurrences, and/or other than
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normal indicator, gauge or meter readings.
5.5.1 When the emergency generators are operating, contractor personnel shall
perform operator maintenance as follows:
a. Provide monitoring of the power plant equipment and site load to
ensure stable, uninterrupted electrical power to the communication electronics
equipment.
b. Maintain log books of generator readings, starting and stopping time
of diesel engines and record any unusual occurrences.
d. Notify the on-site Government representative of all commercial power
and generator malfunctions, including unusual occurrences.
5.6
READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP).
The Contractor shall develop a Readiness Management Program Plan (RMPP), in
accordance with CNCTC Instruction 3000.1B. The RMPP shall be submitted to the
Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60 days following the
completion of the orientation period. This program sets forth requirements to
conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction with operational
reporting via Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS), Casualty Report
(CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP) messages. The Government will provide
the Contractor the latest version of the TYCOM Readiness Management System
(TRMS) software during the orientation period to facilitate the Contractor’s
preparation of the RMPP. The contractor will be responsible for providing
adequate training to all personnel within their respective areas of expertise
to ensure that all minimum standards of operation and repair are understood by
all personnel on a continuing basis. The contractor will also be responsible
for preparing and processing all MRPP related documentation, scheduling, and
reporting for the Detachment. The Contractor will train and test all
contractor personnel as often as is required but once a month at a minimum,
and provide at the end of each month an appropriate SORTS/TRMS report. The
contractor will also schedule with the government QAI/COR to demonstrate the
proficiency levels of all personnel selected each month for meeting required
SORTS and TRMS exercise drills. If personnel are not able to meet the minimum
drill requirements, then those personnel will be required to re-train in the
specific area, and documentation of the training will be submitted to the
government. All retraining must take place within 30 days of the failed TRMS
exercise. Failure to retrain an employee, and said employee to pass a second
TRMS drill exercise adequately, will result in the government reducing the
contract price.
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
(See Part I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
(See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS (See Part I) In addition to that described in
Part I Section 8.0, the following reports and orders apply.
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8.1 REPORTS and RECORDS. The contractor shall provide the Government a daily
morning summary regarding information pertinent to the operation of the NCTS
Naval Radio Transmitter Facility. The summary shall include all data required
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by the Government, be it orally, or written, in a format of the Government's
choosing. In addition, the contractor shall initiate, maintain and submit
those reports, and records as described within this portion of the SOW, and in
accordance with directives depicted in the SOPs.
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PART IV
INDEX FOR
TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY BOCA CHICA
STATEMENT OF WORK
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL (See Part I - General Requirements)
1.1 . . . . . . . . SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.2 . . . . . . . . SITES/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1.3 . . . . . . . . GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OPERATION
1.3.1 . . . . . . . . Navy Technical Control Facility
1.3.2 . . . . . . . . Adverse Weather
1.4 .
1.4.1
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. System Maintenance
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SECTION 2.O DEFINITIONS (See Part I - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 4.O CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 5.0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1 . . . . . . . . SCOPE OF SERVICES
5.2 . . . . . . . . SITE DESCRIPTION
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. Loss of Power
. Circuit Restoration
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5.4.1 . . . . . . . . System Maintenance
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COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
. Security Clearances
. Responsible User Status
. Publishing/release of COMSEC Information
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5.5.6 . . . . . . . . Physical Security
5.6 . . . . . . . . REPORTS and RECORDS
5.6.1 . . . . . . . READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP)
5.7 . . . . . . . . CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONTRACTORS FAILURE TO PERFORM
SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE (See Part I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR (See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS (See Part I)
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STATEMENT OF WORK
FOR
TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY BOCA CHICA
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE OF SERVICES The Contractor shall operate and maintain the Naval
Technical Control Facility located at NCTF Boca Chica FL. NTCF Boca Chica is
a facility of the U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station
Jacksonville Detachment Key West FL.
1.1.1 Operation and maintenance of NTCF Boca Chica shall be conducted in
accordance with the terms and conditions stated within the Statement of Work
(SOW) Part I, as well as this section. The normal hours of operation and
maintenance shall be considered Monday through Friday, 0600L to 1800L daily.
Emergency 24/7 operations and maintenance utilizing call back personnel after
hours, on holidays and weekends will be provided by contractor personnel per
the terms of Part I, section 1.1.2.
1.2
SITE/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The TCF site at Boca Chica provides for
monitoring, patching and testing of all Detachment network, truck, circuit and
cable plant distribution systems. Management, patching, testing and control of
these networks, trunks, circuits and lines are controlled primarily by the
Element Management System/Automated Technical Control (EMS/ATC) computerized
command and control systems. Remote control of the radio equipment at the
receiver and transmitter sites is accomplished by use of the EMS/ATC. The
primary purpose of the Technical Control Facility is to provide monitoring,
testing, switching, command and control of various analog, non-secure voice,
secure voice and data communications circuits to DoN, NATO, Allied, Coast
Guard, and DoD Joint activities. The NTCF site is linked to NAVCOMTELSTA
Jacksonville FL as well as NCTAMS LANT via various DISA analog and digital
trunks as well as other leased landline circuits.
1.3
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OPERATION
1.3.1 All DISA network, trunk, circuit and line Systems Operation and
maintenance. During normal daily working hours, as well as during emergency
and/or Call Back periods, the following operations and maintenance procedures
shall include, but not be limited to the following functions:
a. Activation and implementation of any Trunk, Circuit, or line within
prescribed tolerances, to facilitate the continuing operational support of all
NCTS JAX DET mission requirements.
b.
Monitoring of all Trunks, Lines, Circuits or networks to ensure
compliance with Quality Control (QC) Standards contained in NAVCOMTELCOM INST
2313.l, DISAC 310-70-57 supplement 4 and DISAC 310-70-l Volume II and
NAVCOMTELCOMINST 4330.2.
c.
Operation of general purpose electronic test equipment (GPETE),
computerized patch and test facilities and equipment supporting communication
circuit activation, monitoring, or repair services at NTCF Boca Chica
including network systems and supporting equipment.
d. Assisting, respective U.S.NAVAL, U.S.COAST GUARD, and U.S.AIR FORCE
components in testing circuits via the NCTS JAX DET TCF.
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e. Monitoring and reporting to NAVCOMTELSTA JAX FL CWO any alarm
condition, equipment outages or failures for further notification to
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respective USN, USCG, and/or USAF components.
f.
Operation of computerized audio/DC and antenna patch panels.
g. Operation/use of utility, emergency power, and all Navy-owned power
distribution systems.
1.3.2 Adverse Weather. The Contractor shall maintain transmitter site
operations during inclement or adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes,
storms, flooding, etc.
1.4
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION-OTHER
1.4.1 System Maintenance. Maintenance shall include all planned and
corrective maintenance to be performed for all equipment and facilities in
accordance with requirements stated in this section and as further defined in
Part I General Requirements. Dedicated site operation equipment includes DISA
Integrated Digital Network eXchange (IDNX) equipment, non-cryptographic
transmitting and receiving electronic equipment, cryptographic transmitting
and receiving electronic equipment, Element Management System/Automated
Technical Control (EMS/ATC), DRAMA microwave systems, AN/FCC-100 multiplexers,
modems, hubs, routers, switches (electronic and mechanical), CCTV and IDS
alarm systems, CCTV microwave systems, computer and network systems, antenna
structures, transmission lines, power distribution systems including high
voltage transformers, emergency power generating systems, UPS and battery
systems, all supporting air conditioning, government owned utilities, fire
protection systems, alarm systems, telephone ring-down circuits, network
systems, dehydrators and tower lighting equipment. The Contractor shall not
alter, remove from service or renovate any equipment or facilities without
prior written approval of the Contracting Officer.
1.4.2 Facilities Maintenance. The Contractor shall also maintain and make
minor repairs to buildings/structures and grounds maintenance as defined in
Part I.
1.4.3 Janitorial. Contractor shall perform all housekeeping/janitorial
services for all spaces/buildings occupied by the Contractor and Government as
defined in Part I. Further, The TCF work area spaces shall be routinely
cleaned to maintain sanitary conditions and to provide a pleasant appearance.
The level of cleaning required is that floors shall be swept and mopped to
prevent dirt, or dust buildup. Quarterly or if required sooner floors shall be
buffed free of scuff marks, and waxed to shiny appealing finish. Equipment
cabinets shall be free of dust and foreign matter accumulation. Lighting
fixtures and walls cleaned of dust, dirt, or foreign material. Garbage and
trash receptacle shall be emptied on a daily basis into the NCTS's main trash
dumpster. All classified and designated material shall be disposed of into
provided burn bags for destruction, and/or shredded on a daily basis. The
scope and frequency of these function sill be accomplished at a level required
to ensure proper operation of equipment, safety and health of people; a
pleasant environment for employees; and an attractive appearance to visitors
and official guests as determined by the government COR.
1.4.4 Repair Parts. The Contractor shall furnish all repair parts and
consumables for communications-electronic equipment necessary for the
performance of this contract as defined in Part I, Section 4.0 and the
"Schedule". Antenna and facilities parts shall be Contractor furnished to the
extent specified in Part I, Section 5.0.
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1.4.5 Physical Security. The Contractor shall provide physical security of
the facilities as defined in Part I, Section 5.0.
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SECTION 2.O DEFINITIONS (See PART I - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT (See PART I)
SECTION 4.O Contractor FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT (See PART I)
SECTION 5.0 GENERAL
5.1.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
The contractor shall operate the communications
Technical Control Facility (TCF), providing all circuit operations, and
administrative functions to fully support all communications operational
requirements assigned to the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station (NCTS)
Jacksonville Detachment Key West FL. All Station Operating Procedures referred
to in the remainder of this Statement of Work are available at the TCF of NCTS
JAX DET KW.
5.1.2
Operation and maintenance of NRRF Boca Chica shall be conducted in
accordance with the terms and conditions stated in this section as well as those
further defined in Part I - General. The normal hours of operation and
maintenance shall be considered 0600L to 1800L Monday through Friday. Emergency
24/7 operations and maintenance utilizing call back personnel after hours, on
holidays and weekends will be provided by the contractor personnel.
5.2 SITE/SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The Navy Radio Technical Control Facility (TCF)
Boca Chica provides circuit and network control of all communications circuits,
connecting appropriate audio and digital signals to operate high frequency
transmitter and receiver facilities, message service systems, and security
systems from local and remote locations. Remote control of the radio equipment at
the transmitter and receiver sites is accomplished by use of the Element
Management System/Automated Technical Control (EMS/ATC). The primary purpose of
the Technical Control Facility is to provide patching and testing of analog,
non-secure and secure voice and data communications to DoN, NATO, Allied, Coast
Guard, and DoD Joint activities. The site is linked to NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville
Detachment via DRAMA Microwave and Leased landline circuits. The site is linked
to NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville as well as NCTAMS LANT Norfolk VA via various DISA
communications trunks and circuits. The primary purpose of the Network Control
function is to patch and test network distribution systems and maintain
connectivity between numerous sites and facilities. The IDNX is the Defense
Information Systems Agencies premier analog and digital exchange system comprised
of the Information Digital Network Exchange (IDNX) platform.
5.3
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OPERATION
5.3.1
TECHNICAL CONTROL OPERATION.
The contractor shall perform technical
control functions on all circuits entering or leaving Building A1004, NRTF
Saddlebunch Building J1561, and NRRF Boca Chica in accordance with established
instructions, procedures, and directives. To include, but not limited to:
5.3.1.1
Operate cryptographic equipment to receive, transmit, process and
distribute covered systems data in accordance with government provided operating
procedures, directives, and as depicted in applicable DOD, Naval and joint
communications publications.
5.3.1.2 Operate personal computer (PC) order wires, remote control systems,
manual and automated patch and test facilities, general purpose electronic test
equipment, and all related TCF ancillary equipment supporting the NCTS’s
telecommunications and network mission.
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Activate, tune, and set transmitting assets, via the EMS/ATC to
designated frequencies, modes of operation and power level requirements.
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5.3.1.4 Activate, tune, and set receiving assets, via EMS/ATC, to designated
frequencies, and modes of reception.
5.3.1.5 Assign, select, and activate antenna assets, via EMS/ATC, to prescribed
frequency ranges, setting azimuths and desired modes of signal wave propagation,
or reception.
5.3.1.6 Off the air monitor (OTAM) all transmissions to ensure compliance with
NCTC 2313.1 series, and DISAC 310-70-1 quality control standards.
5.3.1.7
Monitor and report all alarm conditions to the Government.
5.3.1.8
Operate locally, as well as remotely, signal data matrix switches,
digital network and signal terminal processing equipment, audio/dc patch panels,
matrix control units (MCU), and automated antenna RF switching matrices.
Technical control functions will include assisting the IDNX and NIPRNET/SIPRNET
Node Site Coordinator with IDNX related circuit operations and maintenance, as
well as ensuring that all network systems remain online and functional.
5.3.1.9 Test data transmission paths, all associated signal carrier, and signal
processing or terminal equipment to ensure compliance with NCTC 2313.1 series,
and DISAC 310-70-1 quality control standards. This includes will include
assisting the IDNX and NIPRNET Node Site Coordinator with IDNX related circuit
testing as directed by the government. All networks will be maintained in
accordance with all DoN Automated Data System security provisions as outlined in
Part I section 5.1.
5.3.1.10
Maintain, update, and report real time network and communications
circuit status regarding communication equipment usage, inoperative equipment,
available spares, frequency utilization, transmission power levels, circuit
designator utilization, HAZCON and CASREP statuses.
5.3.1.11 The Contractor shall maintain a "station log" showing who is on watch
and noting maintenance actions, quality control checks and all other actions,
taken or events occurring during the watch. The Government will provide the
Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version 2.0.1 (or as updated)
software for this purpose.
The Contractor is authorized and is required to
install this software on the computer hardware to be provided by the Contractor
for Internet access. The Contractor is required to provide own Internet access.
5.3.1.11.1
The Contractor shall establish and maintain, in addition to the
“station log” using the Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version
2.0.1 (or as updated) software, a listing of all CCSD’s to include circuit block
diagrams, and TCF trouble reports for the site and as further directed by the
Government.
5.3.1.12
The Contractor shall develop a Readiness Management Program Plan
(RMPP), in accordance with CNCTC Instruction 3000.1B.
The RMPP shall be
submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60 days
following the completion of the orientation period. This program sets forth
requirements to conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction with
operational reporting via Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS),
Casualty Report (CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP) messages. The Government
will provide the Contractor the latest version of the TYCOM Readiness Management
System (TRMS) software during the orientation period to facilitate the
Contractor’s preparation of the RMPP.
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5.3.2 CIRCUIT MONITORING. The contractor shall perform all technical control
operations to ensure circuit integrity.
All circuits entering or leaving
Building A1004 shall be continuously monitored by the contractor. The contractor
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will be prepared to respond to outages after normal working hours, on holidays
and weekends. Contractor will be responsible to respond to reported outages no
later than one hour after notification by TCF Jacksonville personnel or other
government agents.
5.3.3 QUALITY CONTROL. The contractor will implement a communications quality
monitoring and control program of all equipments and systems. The program will
be coordinated with, and include all outlying sites, and be in accordance with
the standards as specified in NAVCOMTELCOMINST 2313.1, DCAC 310-70-1, and as
supplemented or modified by the Government.
5.3.4
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
5.3.4.1
All operational instructions, or questions received via computer
orderwire, telephone or other means of communications shall be acknowledged
within two minutes.
5.3.4.2 The contractor shall obtain Government approval prior to energizing or
rendering operative any spare circuits, equipment or systems, except in the case
of general testing, or quality monitoring. All spare circuits, equipment, or
systems must be made available for immediate recall by the Government.
5.3.4.3 The contractor shall obtain Government approval prior to de-energizing
or rendering inoperative, any operational circuits, equipment or systems.
5.3.4.4 If operational directives cannot be implemented within a ten minute
period, the contractor shall inform Government of difficulties encountered and
provide an estimate as to when compliance with the directives can be expected.
5.3.4.5 All operational communications between the TCF JAX and NCTAMS LANT FTOC
or other coordination facilities shall be via PC orderwire (CROWNet).
In
emergencies, communications via STU-III secure telephone is authorized.
No
operational information will be passed via unclassified telephone, or other
unclassified circuits.
5.3.4.6 The Government will be immediately notified of any unusual or abnormal
condition which will place any contractor operated site or space in hazardous
condition.
5.3.4.7 All equipment, systems, networks and circuits must be operated, or tuned
in accordance with instructions provided in applicable technical manuals,
publications, or government provided directives.
5.3.4.8
The contractor will maintain information necessary to provide the
Government a current status of all equipment and systems supporting the NCTS’s
communications mission.
Information provided will include, as a minimum,
equipment status, frequencies in use, operational spares, repair and maintenance
status, and such information required by the Government to prepare a daily status
summary for review.
5.3.5 CIRCUIT TROUBLE SHOOTING and TESTING. The contract shall perform circuit
coordination, trouble-shooting, problem isolation, patching, testing and required
altrouting to ensure circuit reliability and connectivity.
5.3.6 LOSS OF POWER. Upon loss of power, the contractor shall restore full
operational capability to the TCF within 15 minutes after restoration of power to
either emergency or commercial power distribution panels.
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5.3.7 CIRCUIT RESTORATION. Circuit restoration priorities shall be
accomplished in accordance with government-provided procedure or directives
describing the order of equipment, and circuit activation. Circuit
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Restoration. Circuit restoration shall be accomplished in accordance with
NCTAMS LANT CATCOMM Plan (NCTAMSLANTINST C2000.1(series) and Contractor
Circuit Restoration SOPs.
5.3.8
ADVERSE WEATHER.
The Contractor shall maintain operations during
inclement or adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes, storms, flooding,
earthquakes etc.
5.4
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OTHER
5.4.1 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE. The contractor shall perform all operator (IT) and
Electronic Technician (ET) designated PMS actions in accordance with the Navy’s
3-M system to the TCF electronic equipment under contractor operational and
maintenance control.
The contractor shall report, to the Government, any
equipment not meeting the operational parameters as specified by applicable
MRC’s, for corrective action by the contractors repair staff.
5.4.1.1 The contractor will not exchange equipment subassemblies or drawers
between main units or equipment/systems without prior approval of the Government.
5.4.2 IDNX. The contractor is responsible for all circuits, including the
IDNX and network routed circuits, entering and leaving Building A-1004.
Technical Control Functions will include assisting the IDNX Node Site
Coordinator with circuit operations and maintenance. When the government Node
Site Coordinator is present, contractor personnel will assist the coordinator
with all IDNX maintenance troubleshooting and repair actions as may be
required. When the Node Site Coordinator is not available, contractor
personnel will work with DISA personnel to troubleshoot and repair the IDNX
Node as may be required. There are no special contractor training requirements
to perform the above troubleshooting procedures, and there will be no special
government sponsored training of contractor personnel provided. The local Node
Site Coordinator will provide all required training requirements to facilitate
contractor personnel in performing their work with DISA personnel.
5.5
COMMUNICATION SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
5.5.1
SECURITY CLEARANCES.
SECURITY CLEARANCES.
All Contractor personnel
assigned to work in the TCF at Building A1004, NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key
West, shall have a SECRET Clearance based upon a Government background
investigation conducted within the past ten (10) years. Proof of such clearance
must be provided to the Government upon request.
5.5.2 RESPONSIBLE USER STATUS. In Accordance with the provisions of the DOD ISM
(Industrial Security Manual), the COMSEC supplement thereto and CMS-21, the
contractor shall establish an ‘EKMS Local Element’ status under the NCTS’s COMSEC
account to maintain custody and control of all COMSEC accountable information,
materials, and equipment. The contractor shall operate, and accomplish operator
(IT) PMS to the TCF-positioned cryptographic equipment.
5.5.3
PUBLISHING/RELEASE of COMSEC INFORMATION.
U.S. COMSEC inventory
information, as well as the system and manner in which each piece of COMSEC
equipment is used, is for official use only. Publishing or release of any COMSEC
information by the contractor without written approval of the Government is
prohibited.
5.5.4 EKMS MATERIAL WITHDRAWALS. The contractor, as the "EKMS Local Element" of
COMSEC material shall designate one EKMS Manager and two EKMS Alternate Managers
for withdrawal of required COMSEC material from the NCTS JAX DET EKMS account.
They shall be briefed by the station EKMS Manager (or designated alternate) in
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accordance with the COMSEC Supplement to the Industrial Security Manual, and in
turn shall brief all other contractor employees prior to authorizing access to
COMSEC information and equipment.
5.5.5
CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT.
The government will provide all required
corrective maintenance to cryptographic equipment. The contractor is responsible
for obtaining releasing authority and accountability in accordance with the CMS21 COMSEC Supplement 5220.22-S of the ISM DOD 5220.22(). The contractor shall
notify the Government when corrective Maintenance is required and be prepared to
turn the broken equipment in for exchange. Contractor will be responsible for the
re-installation of the replacement equipment, and the re-keying initiatives.
5.5.6 PHYSICAL SECURITY. The contractor shall comply with all station physical
security requirements as outlined in NCTSINST 5530 series.
5.6
REPORTS and RECORDS.
The Contractor shall, as a minimum, initiate,
maintain, update and submit to the Government the following reports and formatted
records or as further required by the Government.
These shall be submitted
within the periodicities established by the Government.
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Daily Status reports
Equipment outage reports
COMSEC inventory reports
CASREP information reports
HF termination critiques
HF termination continuity reports
PMS accomplishment reports
The Contractor shall maintain all information necessary to provide the Government
a current status of all equipment and systems as requested. Information provided
shall include, but not be limited to, repair and maintenance status and
information as further directed by the Government that the Government may require
for the Contractor to prepare a daily maintenance status summary.
5.6.1 READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP). The Contractor shall develop a
Readiness Management Program Plan (RMPP), in accordance with CNCTC Instruction
3000.1B. The RMPP shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative
(COR) for approval 60 days following the completion of the orientation period.
This program sets forth requirements to conduct, observe and report exercises in
conjunction with operational reporting via Status of Resources and Training
System (SORTS), Casualty Report (CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP) messages.
The Government will provide the Contractor the latest version of the TYCOM
Readiness Management System (TRMS) software during the orientation period to
facilitate the Contractor’s preparation of the RMPP. The contractor will be
responsible for providing adequate training to all personnel within their
respective areas of expertise to ensure that all minimum standards of operation
and repair are understood by all personnel on a continuing basis. The contractor
will also be responsible for preparing and processing all MRPP related
documentation, scheduling, and reporting for the Detachment. The Contractor will
train and test all contractor personnel as often as is required but once a month
at a minimum, and provide at the end of each month an appropriate SORTS/TRMS
report. The contractor will also schedule with the government QAI/COR to
demonstrate the proficiency levels of all personnel selected each month for
meeting required SORTS and TRMS exercise drills. If personnel are not able to
meet the minimum drill requirements, then those personnel will be required to retrain in the specific area, and documentation of the training will be submitted
to the government. All retraining must take place within 30 days of the failed
TRMS exercise. Failure to retrain an employee, and said employee to pass a second
TRMS drill exercise adequately, will result in the government reducing the
contract price.
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5.7 CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONTRACTORS FAILURE TO PERFORM. The Contractor shall be
liable and subjected to contract price reductions
for unacceptable performance
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SECTION 6.0 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE (See PART I)
SECTION 7.0 GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR (See PART I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS (See PART I) In addition to that described in
Part I Section 8.0, the following reports and orders apply.
8.1 REPORTS and RECORDS. The contractor shall provide the Government a daily
morning summary regarding information pertinent to the operation of the NCTS
Navy Technical Control Facility. The summary shall include all data required
by the Government, be it orally, or written, in a format of the Government's
choosing. In addition, the contractor shall initiate, maintain and submit
those reports, and records as described within this portion of the SOW, and in
accordance with directives depicted in the SOPs.
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PART V
INDEX FOR
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM CENTER BOCA CHICA
STATEMENT OF WORK
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1 . . . . . . . . SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.2 . . . . . . . . SITE DESCRIPTION
1.2.1 . . . . . . . . Orientation/Phase-In Period
1.3 . . . . . . . . GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OPERATION
1.3.1 . . . . . . . . Defense Message System Center Operation - General
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SECTION 2.0
(See Part I - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 4.0
CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT(See Part I)
SECTION 5.0
DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1 . . . . . . . . GENERAL
5.1.1 . . . . . . . . Defense Message System Center Services
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COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
. Security Clearances
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. Cryptographic Equipment
5.4 . . . . . . . . QUALITY CONTROL
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General Work Description – Operation
Operational Security
Reports And Records
System Registration
System Documentation and Files
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Government Provided Documentation
Special Requirements
Personnel Security Requirements
5.6 . . . . . . . . . READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP)
SECTION 6.0
INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE (See Part I)
SECTION 7.0
GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE
CONTRACTOR (See Part I)
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REPORTS AND RECORDS
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STATEMENT OF WORK
FOR
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM CENTER BOCA CHICA
SECTION 1.0 GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE OF SERVICES The contractor shall operate and maintain the
Communications Defense Message System Center (DMS) function, assuming total
responsibility for sending, receiving, processing, and distributing within the
Detachment all official telecommunications information (message and data) for
the Detachment. This will be accomplished via DMS, DMDS, and Microsoft Server
processing systems, coupled and networked to a Microsoft E-Mail server.
1.1.2 Operation and maintenance of the DMS Center Boca Chica shall be
conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions stated in Section IGeneral, as well as further defined within this section. The normal hours of
operation and maintenance shall be considered Monday through Friday from 0600L
to 1800L. Emergency 24/7 operations and maintenance utilizing call back
personnel after normal working hours, on holidays and weekends will be
provided by the contractor personnel in accordance with Part I, section 1.1.2.
However, Call Back – or Emergency – repairs solely for the purpose of
repairing the DMS message system(s) is not expected for other than a rare
emergency event, and will only be initiated after the Contractor Project
Manager is given authorization to do so by the local government Technical
Director/COR. Maintenance for the purpose of repair of area customer DMS or
GATEGUARD message systems will take place only during normal working hours. No
emergency call-back will be paid for responses to customer DMS work centers
unless prior authorization is given by the government Technical Director/COR.
1.2 SITE DESCRIPTION The place of performance is at the US Naval Air Station
Key West Fl, within the confines of the Naval Computer and Telecommunications
Station (NCTS) Jacksonville Detachment Building A1004 as well as the Key West
area NCTS Jacksonville customer work centers where DMS, PCMT, GATEGUARD (or
other message service system devices) may be located within the Key West Area
of Responsibility.
1.2.1 ORIENTATION/PHASE-IN PERIOD Orientation/Phase-in is the time required,
by the Government, to familiarize Contractor personnel regarding all aspects
of the Defense Message System Center's operational, and administrative
requirements. All Station Operating Procedures referred to in the remainder
of this Statement of Work are available at the TCF of NCTS JAX DET.
1.3
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OPERATION
1.3.1 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM CENTER OPERATION - General. The Contractor
shall provide all material and personnel to operate and repair as required the
Defense Message System (DMS) Center related equipment as listed in Appendix I;
comply with tasking directives as listed within this Statement Of Work; and
conduct message handling, reporting, and record-keeping requirements in
accordance with Navy provided directives, reference manuals, and Standard
Operating Procedures (SOPs). The Contractor may alter government provided SOPs
to more accurately reflect administrative and operational requirements. All
changes are subject to government approval. In addition, the contractor shall
update, review, and initiate additional SOPs as required to reflect equipage
or procedural changes regarding the Defense Message System Center's operating
posture. Operating procedures shall be submitted by the Contractor to the
Government for approval 60 days following the completion of the orientation
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period. The Contractor shall review and ensure all procedures and operations
at the telecommunications operations sites are in compliance with applicable
guiding documents.
1.3.1.1 The Contractor shall develop a Readiness Management Program Plan
(RMPP), in accordance with CNCTC Instruction 3000.1C. The RMPP shall be
submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60
days following the completion of the orientation period. This program sets
forth requirements to conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction
with operational reporting via Status of Resources and Training System
(SORTS), Casualty Report (CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP) messages. The
Government will provide the Contractor the latest version of the TYCOM
Readiness Management System (TRMS) software during the orientation period to
facilitate the Contractor’s preparation of the RMPP.
1.3.2 ADVERSE WEATHER. The Contractor shall maintain operations during
inclement or adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes, storms, flooding,
earthquakes etc.
1.4
GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OTHER
1.4.1 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE. The contractor shall perform all operator (IT) and
Electronics Technician (ET) designated PMS actions in accordance with the
Navy's 3-M system as well as demand maintenance to correct any or all
deficiencies of the Defense Message System Center's electronic equipment under
contractor operational control. The contractor shall report to the Government
any equipment not meeting operational parameters as specified by MRC's or
locally provided SOPs, as well as the installation standards and System
Operational Verification and Testing documentation.
1.4.2 JANITORIAL. The Defense Message System Center work area shall be
routinely cleaned to maintain sanitary conditions and to provide a pleasant
appearance. The level of cleaning required is that floors shall be swept and
mopped to prevent dirt and dust build-up. Floors shall be buffed free of
scuff marks, and waxed to shiny appealing finish. Equipment cabinets shall be
free of dust, and foreign matter accumulation. Lighting fixtures and walls
cleaned of dust, dirt, or foreign material. Garbage and trash receptacles
shall be emptied on a daily basis into the NCTS main trash dumpster. All
classified and designated material shall be disposed of into provided burn
bags for destruction, and/or shredded on a daily basis in accordance with NCTS
instructions. The scope and frequency of these functions shall be at a level
required to ensure proper operation of equipment, safety and health of people,
a pleasant environment for employees, and an attractive appearance to
visitors, official guests, and the Government as determined by the government
COR.
1.4.3
PHYSICAL SECURITY.
Part I Section 5.1 of the SOW applies.
1.5 CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONTRACTORS FAILURE TO PERFORM. The Contractor shall
be liable and subjected to contract price reductions for unacceptable
performance.
SECTION 2.0
(See Part I - General Requirements)
SECTION 3.0
GOVERNMENT FURNISHED SUPPORT (See Part I)
SECTION 4.0
CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS AND SUPPORT(See Part I)
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SECTION 5.0
DESCRIPTION OF WORK (SPECIFICATIONS)
5.1 GENERAL
5.1.1 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM CENTER SERVICES. Using the Defense Message
System (DMS) and associate network components, the Contractor shall provide
all communication services for processing of incoming or outgoing messages.
The Contractor shall ensure the accuracy, classification, routing, and
accountability of all messages received or transmitted for NCTS JAX DET. The
Contractor shall provide but not be limited to the following services:
5.1.1.1 Accept for delivery all messages properly prepared in accordance with
ACP 121 US SUPP-1, JANAP-128 and processed in accordance with SOPs.
5.1.1.2 Narrative Message Copies (Except Messages Requiring Special
Handling). The Contractor shall not provide paper (hard copy) distribution of
messages except as approved by the Government.
5.1.2 MESSAGES REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING
5.1.2.1 SECRET/NATO SECRET MESSAGES. The Contractor shall provide one copy
of these messages to the addressee hand delivered in a separate folder or
envelope. The Contractor shall provide adequate security for all Secret
messages in accordance with SECNAVINST 5510.36(series).
5.1.2.2 LIMDIS MESSAGES. The Contractor shall provide copies to the
subscriber in accordance with a special limited distribution agreement
determined by the subscriber.
5.1.2.3 SECRET and BELOW MESSAGES. The Contractor shall distribute all
messages classified Secret and below except that specified in NTP-3. The
Contractor shall provide adequate security for all messages classified Secret
and below in accordance with SECNAVINST 5510.36(series).
5.1.2.4 GENERAL MESSAGE FILE. The Contractor shall maintain a General
Message File in accordance with NWP-4 (series). The Contractor shall fill
written subscriber requests within five (5) working days.
5.1.2.5 MINIMIZE Conditions. The Contractor shall notify all subscribers of
MINIMIZE conditions and reject messages not conforming to the MINIMIZE
provisions of NTP-3(series), NTP-4(series) or NWP-4(series).
5.2
MESSAGE HANDLING/REPORTING CRITERIA-GENERAL.
5.2.1 Tracers. The Contractor shall trace messages when appropriate. The
Contractor shall retain copies of inordinate delay and non-delivery tracers
for review by the Government for a period of one year.
5.2.2 Personnel Casualty Messages. All messages addressed to NCTS JAX DET
concerning the death or serious illness of individuals shall be routed in
sealed envelopes with the subject line of the message annotated on the
envelope.
5.2.3 Limited Distribution Messages. The Contractor shall immediately notify
the government that a LIMDIS message is being held for pickup. The Contractor
shall deliver to authorized personnel only.
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5.2.4 Communication Logs and Files. The following operational communications
logs and files shall be maintained by the Contractor:
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5.2.4.1 Station Log (Radio Log). The Contractor shall maintain a station log
for each Radio Day (0001Z-2359Z) and will use this log to document problems
that arise on a day-to-day basis, showing who is on watch and noting
maintenance actions, quality control checks and all other actions taken or
events occurring during the day. The Government will provide the Facility
Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version 2.0.1 (or as updated) software
for this purpose. The Contractor is authorized and is required to install
this software on the computer hardware to be provided by the Contractor for
Internet access. The Contractor is required to provide separate Internet
access for contractor personnel administration. The following list is a guide
for minimum conditions:
a.
Equipment problems/outages.
b.
Circuit outages.
c.
Crypto restarts.
d.
Abnormal traffic conditions (backlogs, etc.).
e.
Any abnormal condition that affects the operation of NCTS PR.
Any of the above conditions existing at the end of a radio day will be carried
over to the next day's log and entered as the first entry of the new day.
5.2.4.1.1 The Contractor shall establish and maintain, in addition to the
“station log” using the Facility Circuit Information Tracking (FaCIT), version
2.0.1 (or as updated) software, a listing of all CCSD’s to include circuit
block diagrams, wiring and facilities blueprints and TCF trouble reports for
the site and as further directed by the Government.
5.2.4.2 Outgoing Message Log. The Contractor shall document all outgoing
message traffic transmitted on a daily basis. The following essentials from
each transmitted message will be logged:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Date-Time-Group.
Station Serial Number.
Subject.
Originator
5.2.4.3 COMMCEN Files. All incoming/outgoing NCTS JAX DET message traffic
with the exception of designated general messages and tracers, shall be
retained by the Contractor for a period of thirty (30) days or as directed by
the Government.
5.2.4.4 General Message Files. The Contractor shall maintain files for all
general messages specified by the Government.
5.2.4.5 Address Indicator Groups (AIGs)/Collective Address Designators
(CADs). The Contractor shall maintain and update appropriate NCTS JAX DET AIG
and CAD lists as required by the Government.
5.3
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
5.3.1 SECURITY CLEARANCES. Section 1.5, paragraph 1.5.1 of Part VI portion
of the Statement Of Work (SOW) applies.
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5.3.2 RESPONSIBLE USER STATUS.
the SOW applies.
Section 1.5, paragraph 1.5.2 of Part VI of
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5.3.3 PUBLISHING/RELEASE of COMSEC INFORMATION.
of Part VI of the SOW applies.
5.3.4 CMS MATERIAL WITHDRAWALS.
the SOW applies.
5.3.5 CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT.
the SOW applies.
Section 1.5, paragraph 1.5.3
Section 1.5, paragraph 1.5.4 of Part VI of
Section 1.5, paragraph 1.5.5 of Part VI or
5.4 QUALITY CONTROL. The Contractor shall establish and submit a quality
control plan to the Government 30 days following the orientation period for
approval. The plan shall include procedures to ensure all messages are
transmitted and received in accordance with all current instructions and Naval
communication practices.
5.5 DEFENSE MESSAGING SYSTEM (DMS).
5.5.1 SCOPE OF SERVICES. The contractor shall operate, perform administrative
duties, and provide the support services associated with the Defense Message
System (DMS) components, located at the Message Center, Naval Computer and
Telecommunications Station Jacksonville Detachment Key West Fl, within the
confines of Buildings A1004 and J1561. The DMS infrastructure consists of the
following services and associated topologies: Messaging Services. This
service is accomplished with the following DMS architecture specific
equipment: Group Ware Servers (GWS), User Agents (UA), Remote Access Servers
(RAS), and DMS Interim Autodin Interface Working Unit (DIAIWU) components
which includes PCMT, Gateguard and DMDS computers. Support services include
operation, documentation, local Key West area customer/user assistance, system
administration, trouble reporting, component configuration, component
registration, and fault diagnosis for installed DMS infrastructure components.
Operation of the DMS components shall be during normal working hours. However,
if emergency reporting is required, operation and repair will be considered as
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Contractor personnel will
report all system faults or component problems to TCF Jacksonville and in
accordance with all locally prescribed procedures.
5.5.2 GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION - OPERATION
5.5.2.1 DMS ADMINISTRATION The contractor shall perform DMS
Administrator/Management responsibilities for the EC/User Concentration Site
(UCS) at NCTS JAX DET. These minimum responsibilities will include, but are
not limited to:
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collect and report operational performance data and conduct traffic
studies
maintain liaison with NCTS JAX personnel to discuss status of
messaging services
perform DMS network management
perform DMS configuration management within their site
coordinate in accordance with locally prescribed procedures for
customer fault resolution
monitor traffic loads at the site level
configure platforms and software in concert with LCCs at Network
Service Access Points (NSAP) addresses with Organization Registration
Authority (ORA) End User Systems Authority (EUSA)
initiate the registration process for the infrastructure components
with the Sub-Registration Authority
change host name and/or Internet Protocol (IP) address if required
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name and register DMS components with ORA and Service/Agency
Registration Authority (SRA)
assign Originator and Recipient (O/R) addresses to end users
perform system backups
administer Routing Configuration Database (RCDB) user information
maintain and manage Distinguished Name Server (DNS) mapping for DMS
component host names and IP addresses
ensure DNS redundancy is maintained
monitor and report Remote Access Server (RAS) fault conditions to the
servicing LCC
initiate End User software updates promulgated via the DII Asset
Distribution System (DADS) at NCTS JAX DET as well as NCTS JAX Key
West AOR Customer locations
Maintain and update the DMDS configuration profiles when required.
5.5.3 OPERATIONAL SECURITY. The contractor shall maintain operational
security by ensuring the following:
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Operational Security. The contractor shall maintain operational
security by ensuring the following:
DMS Operators will have individual login name and password
Strong passwords will be used and refreshed every 90 days or when
compromised is suspected
Anti-virus software is loaded, in use, and remain current on all
applicable file servers and workstations
implement and respond to Information Assurance
Vulnerability Alert requirements as directed by the DMS Program
Manager
Configuration Management Control is maintained for the life-cycle of
DMS
Report all DMS security violation(s) or incident(s) to the Technical
Director/COR and NAVCOMTELSTA Jacksonville IAM.
5.5.4 REPORTS AND RECORDS
5.5.4.1 DAILY REPORTS. The Contractor shall provide in accordance with
locally prescribed procedures the following daily reports from the Group Ware
Servers:
a. Audit log report
b. Message Tracking Report
c. Cumulative Statistics Report (as required by government)
5.5.5 SYSTEM REGISTRATION. The contractor shall fill out Government provided
registration cards on all new hardware software installed and coordinate with
servicing LCC at NCTS Jacksonville, FL to register new detailed design
drawings with the Defense Information Systems Agency and Lockheed Martin
Federal Systems DMS office.
5.5.6. SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION AND FILES. The contractor shall maintain
Government provided documentation on file for each installed or staged
infrastructure component. Files must be updated to reflect subsequent
equipment installations, repairs, and associated costs. Files shall include as
a minimum:
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Hardware Platform (CPU, disk size, disk settings, and memory) and
Plant Account number
Network Interface Card NIC(s) installed, settings, and addresses
Network Operating System (NOS) version and date installed
Listing of current configuration files
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Software and version installed
Registration cards
System design drawings
5.5.7 STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES. The contractor shall tailor Navy
provided DMS Recommended Standard Operating Procedures (RSOPs) to reflect his
administrative, organizational and operational posture and responsibilities.
SOPs shall be developed or upgraded to reflect system modifications, and
accompanying administrative requirements. SOPS shall be written using
Microsoft (MS) in the standard Message and Network Operation
Telecommunications Procedures (FTOP) format, and include the SOP title, the MS
Word file name of the document, date updated, background and purpose. SOPs
shall contain a detailed explanation of required procedure/process, with
considerations and constraints as applicable. SOPs shall be submitted by the
Contractor to the Government for review and approval 60 days following the
exercising of the DMS Mod Contract Line Item Number (CLIN). SOPs shall be
developed or modified to include, but not limited to, the following DMS site
responsibilities, systems, subsystems and components:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
GroupWare Server (GWS).
User Agent (UA).
Remote Access Server (RAS).
Domain Name Server (DNS)
Personal Computer Message Terminal
Gateguard
Defense Message Distribution System (DMDS)
5.5.8 GOVERNMENT PROVIDED DOCUMENTATION. The following listed documentation
will be provided to the contractor, by the government to assist him in the
requirements of operating and administrating the DMS installation. All
provided documentation shall be returned to the Government upon the
termination of the contract. All documentation will be in accordance with the
following standards where applicable:
NTP 21
Defense Message System Users Manual
NTP 21 SUPP 1
NTP 22
Defense Message System Local Management Policies and
Procedures
NAG 69B
Information System Security Policy and Certification
Practice Statement for Certification Authorities
BESEP
Base Electronics System Engineering Plan
SDA
System Design Architecture
DDD
Detail Design Document
RSOPS
Recommended Standard Operating Procedures
5.5.9 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS. At least one contractor employee shall have
successfully completed applicable U.S. government approved DMS course of
instruction prior to fulfilling the requirements of this Statement of Work.
Courses must cover following specific areas:
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Operating System Administrator (OSA)
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Microsoft Client Server Fundamentals
In addition the contractor must be knowledgeable in the following components
operation: DIAIWU (PCMT/GATEGUARD/DMDS).
5.5.10 PERSONNEL SECURITY REQUIREMENTS. All Contractor personnel employed to
operate, maintain and administer the DMS and associated system equipment shall
be capable of obtaining a SECRET security clearance.
5.6
READINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN (RMPP). The Contractor shall develop a
Readiness Management Program Plan (RMPP), in accordance with CNCTC
Instruction 3000.1B. The RMPP shall be submitted to the Contracting
Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval 60 days following the
completion of the orientation period. This program sets forth
requirements to conduct, observe and report exercises in conjunction
with operational reporting via Status of Resources and Training System
(SORTS), Casualty Report (CASREP) and Training Report (TRNGREP)
messages. The Government will provide the Contractor the latest version
of the TYCOM Readiness Management System (TRMS) software during the
orientation period to facilitate the Contractor’s preparation of the
RMPP. The contractor will be responsible for providing adequate training
to all personnel within their respective areas of expertise to ensure
that all minimum standards of operation and repair are understood by all
personnel on a continuing basis. The contractor will also be responsible
for preparing and processing all MRPP related documentation, scheduling,
and reporting for the Detachment. The Contractor will train and test all
contractor personnel as often as is required but once a month at a
minimum, and provide at the end of each month an appropriate SORTS/TRMS
report. The contractor will also schedule with the government QAI/COR to
demonstrate the proficiency levels of all personnel selected each month
for meeting required SORTS and TRMS exercise drills. If personnel are
not able to meet the minimum drill requirements, then those personnel
will be required to re-train in the specific area, and documentation of
the training will be submitted to the government. All retraining must
take place within 30 days of the failed TRMS exercise. Failure to
retrain an employee, and said employee to pass a second TRMS drill
exercise adequately, will result in the government reducing the contract
price.
SECTION 6.0
INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE (See Part I)
SECTION 7.0
GOVERNMENT ASSETS IN THE POSSESSION OF THE CONTRACTOR
(See Part I)
SECTION 8.0 REPORTS AND RECORDS In addition to that described in Part I
Section 8.0, the following reports and orders apply.
8.1 REPORTS and RECORDS. The contractor shall provide the Government a daily
morning summary regarding information pertinent to the operation of the NCTS
Defense Message System Center. The summary shall include all data required by
the Government, be it orally, or written, in a format of the Government's
choosing. In addition, the contractor shall initiate, maintain and submit
those reports, and records as described within this portion of the SOW, and in
accordance with directives depicted in the SOPs.
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APPENDIX I
LIST OF EQUIPMENT, PROPERTY, MANUALS, PERMITS AND PUBLICATIONS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
**CONTENTS**
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OF EQUIPMENT – TCF BOCA CHICA
OF EQUIPMENT – DEFENSE MESSAGE SERVICE CENTER
OF ANTENNAS AND TOWER STRUCTURES
OF ANTENNA SUPPORT SYSTEMS
OF GP ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT
OF NCTS PROPERTY ITEMS
OF GENERAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SPECIAL TOOLS
OF GOVERNMENT FURNISHED MATERIALS
OF NCTS FACILITIES
OF AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION EQUIPMENT
OF EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS
OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATIONS AND TRANSFORMERS
OF FIRE PROTECTION AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
OF REQUIRED PERMITS & CERTIFICATIONS
OF TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLICATIONS
FLOOR PLANS AND AREA MAPS
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APPENDIX I-A
LIST OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
NAVY RADIO RECEIVER FACILITY (NRRF) BOCA CHICA
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
BASIC FUNCTION:
LOCATION:
NAVY RECEIVER FACILITY
BUILDING A1004, MIDWAY AVE., NAS KEY WEST FL
RECEIVER SITE FUNCTION:
NOMENCLATURE
DESCRIPTION
ADTECH Model 5060A
AM-2123A
AM-4006
AM-4222
ANDVT System
Audio Amplifier
Audio Amplifier
Compression Amplifier
Compression Amplifier
Advanced Narrowband Digital Voice
Terminal (System)
LSTDM Multiplexer
DRAMA Microwave System
DRAMA Remote Alarm System
Timing and Synchronization System
Satellite Timing System
Frequency Standard
Frequency Multiplexer
Frequency Multiplexer Power Supply
Versitron Distribution Amplifier
DRAMA Rectifier Power Supply and
Battery Back-Up System
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Paradyne High Speed Modem
Antenna Coupler
Antenna Coupler
Computerized ATC Antenna Matrix
AN/FCC-100
AN/FSC-102
DATALOK 10A
AN/GSQ-215
Truetime GPS-DC
Austron Model 2010B
Austron Model 6010
Austron Model 1290A
CDS-10
ART48A C100E
CODEX 2510
CODEX 2520
CODEX 2540
CODEX 3340
COURIER V.32
Motorola V3261
Motorola V.3225
Motorola V.3229
Multitech
3810 Plus
CU-1382F/FRR
CU-1382H/FRR
94-014
Harris RF-5710
Hermes Loop Passive
Combiner
ID-2455/U
King-Fisher Fire
Alarm
DMS/EMS NIPRNET
DMS/EMS SIPRNET
DMS/EMS PC Systems
Modem
Hermes Loop Receive Antenna
Amplifier System
Remote Alarm Indicator Unit (CMS
Vault)
Fire/Smoke Detection and Alarm
System
Unclassified Local Area Network
Classified Local Area Network
Personal Computer Systems (Including
servers) for various C4I uses
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DMS/EMS Systems
Printers
PC Systems – NMCI
PC Printers - NMCI
R-2368/URR
CCTV/IDS Security
Monitoring System
DESCRIPTION
Various Printers (includes Dot
Matrix, Inkjet and Laser Printers)
for C4I systems usage
Personal Computer Systems (Including
servers) for various Administrative
use purposes. Will be transitioned
to NMCI.
Various Printers (includes Dot
Matrix, Inkjet and Laser Printers)
for various Administrative use
purposes. Will be transitioned to
NMCI.
HF/MF/LF Radio Receiver
CCTV AND IDS Security Monitoring
System including Cameras and
Monitors
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APPENDIX I-B
LIST OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
NAVY RADIO TRANSMITTER FACILITY (NRTF) SADDLEBUNCH
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
BASIC FUNCTION:
LOCATION:
NAVY TRANSMITTER FACILITY
MILE MARKER 15, US HIGHWAY 1, BUILDINGS J1561 AND J1700
TRANSMITTER FACILITY:
NOMENCLATURE
AN/FCC-100
AN/FRT-96
AN/FRT-96
AN/FSC-102
AN/URA-38
AN/URC-119/URT-42
ART48A C100E
ATC
ATC
CCLX-BSP-2D
CODEX Model 2540
CODEX Model 3340
Courier V32
UDS 3225
UDS 3229
DA-413/U
DA-484/URT
DATALOK 10A
MCU-8
Multicoupler
Multitech
Personal Computers
R-2368/URR
RF-601
SLS-4 ( )
TSEC/KIV-7
DESCRIPTION
LSTDM Multiplexer
HF Transmitter – Active Always
HF Transmitter – Lay-Up Spares
DRAMA Microwave System
Antenna Coupler
HF Transceiver
DRAMA Rectifier Power Supply and
Battery Back-up System
MTRX Satellite Unit
MTRX Switch Unit
Bridging Speaker Panel
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Modem
Dummy Load
Dummy Load
DRAMA Alarm Panel
SLS-4( ) Antenna Matrix Control Unit
HF Antenna Multicoupler
T202TD Modem
486 and Pentium PC C2 Systems
HF/MF/LF Radio Receiver
Antenna Coupler Control Unit
RF Transmission Line Switch
Cryptographic Equipment
QTY
2
20
04
1
2
23
2
8
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
4
3
4
6
1
8
1
7
4
2
AUTOMATED TECHNICAL CONTROL (ATC)
NOMENCLATURE
DELL Matrix Control
Computer Systems
Satellite
UPS
DESCRIPTION
CPUs which interface with the ATC C2
Matrix and Control equipment
Automated Interface Switches
Rack Mounted
DRAFT
ELEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS)
Appendix Page A-4 of A- 34
QTY
2
8
4
NOMENCLATURE
Interface Chassis
Cisco 1700 router
Rocket Port Hubs
Monitor and Keyboard
Terminal assembly
Ethernet Hub
Assembly
UPS
DESCRIPTION
A CPU which interfaces with the
various equipment
Used for LAN connectivity between
Sites
Used to connect the equipment to the
interface chassis
Integrated Flip-top used to
interface with the Interface
chassis.
Provides the EMS LAN connection
2
Rack Mounted
1
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-5 of A- 34
QTY
2
2
4
1
APPENDIX I-C
LIST OF EQUIPMENT
TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY (TCF)
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
BASIC FUNCTION:
LOCATION:
NAVY TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY BOCA CHICA
BUILDING A1004, MIDWAY AVE., NAS KEY WEST FL
TECHNICAL CONTROL/NETWORK MANAGEMENT FACILITY
AUTOMATED TECHNICAL CONTROL (ATC)
NOMENCLATURE
CCTV/IDS Security
Monitoring System
ATC System
ATC
ATC
ATC
DESCRIPTION
QTY
CCTV AND IDS Security Monitoring
System including Cameras, Monitors,
Computers, Network Interface units,
Microwave Transceivers, JSIDS Alarm
controllers,
Automated Technical Control System
(includes Fileserver and
Switchserver CPUs)
Matrix Switch
MTRX Satellite Unit
Remote Interface Unit
2
2
4
12
3
ELEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS)
NOMENCLATURE
Interface Chassis
EMS Server
Cisco 1700 router
Rocket Port Hub
Monitor and Keyboard
Terminal assembly
KVM switch
Client Workstation
Large LCD
Display
Printers
UPS
Screen
DESCRIPTION
A CPU which interfaces with the
various equipment
A CPU used to interface with the
system
Used for LAN connectivity between
Sites
Used to connect the equipment to the
interface chassis
Integrated Flip-top used to
interface with the Interface
chassis.
Used to control both the EMS server
and the Interface chassis
Consist of Monitor, Cpu, Key board
and Mouse
Used with the ATC/DMS Client Work
stations
ATC/DMS Network Printers
Rack Mounted
Network Operations and Control systems –
DRAFT
NIPRNET – All Site Locations:
Appendix Page A-6 of A- 34
QTY
1
1
1
1`
1
1
1
1
4
1
NOMENCLATURE
Cisco Router
SWITCHES
Hubs
Computer systems
UPS
DESCRIPTION
Trunk to Network Connectivity Unit
Network Interface Units
Used to connect the equipment to the
interface chassis
Various Personal Computer Models
Stand-Alone or Rack Mounted
QTY
6
6
6
20
20
SIPRNET - All Site Locations:
NOMENCLATURE
Cisco Router
SWITCHES
Hubs
Computer systems
UPS
DESCRIPTION
Trunk to Network Connectivity Unit
Network Interface Units
Used to connect the equipment to the
interface chassis
Various Personal Computer Models
Stand-Alone or Rack Mounted
QTY
2
4
4
8
5
OTHER NETWORK (DMS/EMS/ATC) MANAGEMENT:
PC Systems
Printers
CISCO Routers
Network Hubs
Network Switches
All other network
component systems
Personal Computer Systems (Various
CPUs/Monitors)
PC Printers (includes Dot Matrix,
Inkjet and Laser Printers)
System cables, connectors, and
ancillary equipment
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-7 of A- 34
15
8
4
6
4
2
APPENDIX I-D
LIST OF EQUIPMENT
DEFENSE MESSAGE SERVICE CENTER
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
BASIC FUNCTION:
LOCATION:
NAVY RECEIVER FACILITY
BUILDING A1004, MIDWAY AVE., NAS KEY WEST FL
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM/MESSAGE PROCESSING CENTER:
DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM AND MESSAGE ROUTING SYSTEMS
CLASSIFIED AND UNCLASSIFIED SYSTEMS:
EC Systems
Printers
KIV-7
Personal Computer Terminals
PC Printers (includes Dot Matrix,
Inkjet and Laser Printers)
Cryptographic Equipment
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-8 of A- 34
6
4
2
APPENDIX I-E
LIST OF ANTENNAS AND TOWER STRUCTURES
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH
Nomenclature
Freq.
Range
Antenna Nr.
Structure Nr.
2-30 Mhz
2-30 Mhz
2-30 Mhz
RESERVED
2.5-32 Mhz
2.5-32 Mhz
RESERVED
2.5-32 Mhz
RESERVED
3-32 Mhz
2.0-32 Mhz
HO1
HO2
HO3
RESERVED
JO2
JO3
RESERVED
JO5
RESERVED
KO2
HO5
J-1567
J-1569
J-1568
RESERVED
J-1706
J-1709
RESERVED
J-1711
RESERVED
J-1570
J-1707
7-28 Mhz
7-28 Mhz
7-28 Mhz
7-28 Mhz
7-28 Mhz
RESERVED
5.5-32 Mhz
RESERVED
FO4
FO5
FO6
FO7
FO9
RESERVED
PO1
RESERVED
J-1581
J-1572
J-1573
J-1702
J-1579
RESERVED
J-1580
RESERVED
2-30 Mhz
Dipole
J-1582
SP1
SP3
SP4
SP7
SP9
J-1708
J-1571
J-1566
J-1574
J-1575
Inverted Cone Antennas
AS-1976/FRC
AS-1976/FRC
AS-1976/FRC
RESERVED (N/A)
794-23
794-23
RESERVED (N/A)
TCI-550-3-N
RESERVED (N/A)
794-29
550-1A
Conical Monopole Antenna
AS-1974/FRC
AS-1974/FRC
AS-1974/FRC
AS-1974/FRC
AS-1974/FRC
RESERVED (N/A)
AS-2187/FRC
RESERVED (N/A)
Dipole Antennas
1765-120-AK
Spiracone Antennas
3002-36HE
3002-36HE
3002-36HE
3002-36HE
3002-36HE
2/4-32
2/4-32
2/4-30
2/4-32
2/4-32
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Whip Antennas
AS-2587/SR
AS-2587/SR
AS-4014 A/U
AS-4014 A/U
AS-4014 A/U
AS-4014 A/U
AS-4014 A/U
2-30
2-30
2-30
2-30
2-30
2-30
2-30
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Mhz
Whip
Whip
Whip
Whip
Whip
Whip
Whip
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
J-1580
J-1580
J-1580
J-1580
J-1580
J-1580
J-1580
DRAFT
Other Antenna Types
Appendix Page A-9 of A- 34
M/W Parabolic Antenna
70 foot Microwave Tower
Four 250’ MF Towers
6-8 Ghz
N/A
1180 Mhz
MWD2
2-02668
N/A
J1704-1
J1704
N/A
Freq. Range
Antenna Nr.
Structure Nr.
2-30 Mhz
2-30 Mhz
2-30 Mhz
6-8 Ghz
N/A
LR-1
LW-1
IV-1
MWD1
1-02667
A-1038
None
None
A1093-1
A1093
NRRF BOCA CHICA
Nomenclature
Hermes Loop Rosette
Longwire
Inverted Vee
M/W Parabolic Antenna
70 foot Microwave Tower
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-10 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-F
LIST OF ANTENNA SUPPORT SYSTEMS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH
1
1
1
Compressor Dehydrator system (A) with manifolds and gauges.
Compressor Dehydrator system (B) with manifolds and gauges.
Compressor Dehydrator system (M/W System) with manifold and gauges.
NRRF BOCA CHICA
1
Compressor Dehydrator system with manifold and gauge for Microwave
System
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-11 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-G
LIST OF GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Note: Test Equipment will be issued, repaired and calibrated by NCTAMS LANT
Norfolk. Test Equipment used in the performance of this contract will be subcustodied to the Contractor using a DD Form 1149.
Model
Serial No
Nomenclature
Sub-Cust
AN/URQ23
A3355
A3355
LTS10A
ME400FG
ME400FG
SPNH
T2005R
W10MT3A
1-20
114A
11708A
145
1531AB
1992
1992
1992-04E55ETI
2000
2002-08
2002-08
212159
263
3028BMOD172
33-10-34
334A
355C
3551A
3551A
3780AH38
403B1
4200-6E
4200S21
435BE12
435BE12
4410
48
4935A
495P
495P
5150A
520B3
520B3
5328AH99
545A5W10
604M
B370
743003
744376
42
221
222
2-170
351288-100
EMO608
AN8695
47054-0
20126
R6420149
870
970657B
970785B
971016
12056
1059
807
1288A
2965
087-3474
AR2533
1140A06850
1203A30475
2632A15971
2632A15992
2224U02722
0986A28284
15420
389619BG
2441A10070
2445A10506
2151
1413
2351A07191
B020358
B020419
2327A09218
500B4235
500B4237
2444A57405
01775
402012
FREQUENCY STANDARD
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ANTENNA T/S
PANEL METER
PANEL METER
OSCILLATOR AUDIO
GENERATOR TWO TONE
TRANSFORMER AUTO
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
GENERATOR PULSE
ATTENUATOR
GENERATOR FUNCTION
STROBOTAC
COUNTER FREQUENCY
COUNTER FREQUENCY
COUNTER FREQUENCY
TESTER SEMICONDUCTOR
ANALYZER DISTORTION TTY
ANALYZER DISTORTION TTY
MEGOHMMETER
GROUND RESISTANCE T/S
MULTIMETER DIGITAL
ATTENUATOR COAX
DISTORTION ANALYZER
ATTENUATOR STEP
TESTER TELCOM
TESTER TELCOM
TESTER BIT ERROR
VOLTMETER AC
SENSOR POWER
POWER METER UWAVE
POWER METER UWAVE
POWER METER UWAVE
POWER METER
METER PHASE JITTER
TESTER TELCOM IMPLS
ANALYZER SPECTRUM
ANALYZER SPECTRUM
PRINTER THERMAL
TESTER TELCOM
TESTER TELCOM
COUNTER FREQUENCY
COUNTER UWAVE
TESTER BIT ERROR
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-12 of A- 34
Model
6060AAN
6060AAN
6060AAN
6274B
77AN
8484A
951054-2
235000
2002-08
77AN
OIB2
2246
2246
2246
2246-1Y
2246-1Y
77AN
ANPSM2
ANPSM2
ANURQ23
A3355
A3355
A3355
A3355
J702D
PM8943
P6201
P6201
SLS1
SPN
TF2005R
OIB2
1-20
145
1502
2002-08
2002-08
33-10-34
355C
3551A
4200-4E
4200-4E
4200-6E
4200S21
4410
495P
495P
6054B13
6060AAN
8481A
8481A
8484A
8721AH01
951054-2
27
011-0049-01
011-0049-01
011-0059-02
Serial No
3995119
4040158
4065172
1712A03820
40274261
2349A17215
289
1001
1030
40750558
341
B701023
B715822
B715877
B700675
B700766
46140026
2049
3054
B555
744009
744021
744346
744385
803
001
B079376
B079377
006
2-161
351239-16
373
AN8694
F289576
B092222
1351
812
AR2532
1203A30584
2214A12860
14444
15926
15165
363219BG
0791
B020114
B020230
25050-0
3975125
2349A42039
2349A2884
2349A16560
63425-01
353
4925325
001
002
50SP20447-08
Nomenclature
GENERATOR AM/FM
GENERATOR AM/FM
GENERATOR AM/FM
POWER SUPPLY
MULTIMETER DIGITAL
MOUNT THERMISTOR
ATTENUATOR
TESTER ELEC SAFETY
ANALYZER DISTORTION TTY
MULTIMETER DIGITAL
BRIDGE IMPEDANCE
OSCILLOSCOPE
OSCILLOSCOPE
OSCILLOSCOPE
OSCILLOSCOPE
OSCILLOSCOPE
MULTIMETER DIGITAL
MEGOHMMETER
MEGOHMMETER
FREQUENCY STANDARD
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
TENSIOMETER
PROBE FET
PROBE OSCOPE
PROBE OSCOPE
TEST JIG
GENERATOR SIGNAL
GENERATOR TWO TONE
BRIDGE IMPEDANCE
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
GENERATOR FUNCTION
CABLE OSCOPE TDR
ANALYZER DISTORTION TTY
ANALYZER DISTORTION TTY
ATTENUATOR COAX
ATTENUATOR STEP
TESTER TELCOM
SENSOR POWER
SENSOR POWER
SENSOR POWER
POWER METER UWAVE
POWER METER
ANALYZER SPECTRUM
ANALYZER SPECTRUM
MICROWAVE COUNTER
GENERATOR AM/FM
MOUNT THERMISTOR
MOUNT THERMISTOR
MOUNT THERMISTOR
COUPLER DIRL COAX
ATTENUATOR
MULTIMETER DIGITAL
TERMINATION FEEDTHRU
TERMINATION FEEDTHRU
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-13 of A- 34
Sub-Cust
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1004
A-1019
BCHC
BCHC
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
Model
011-0059-02
011-0060-02
011-0076-02
011-0076-02
067-0529-00
067-0529-00
067-0587-02
067-0589-00
067-0616-00
067-0616-00
1502-4
212159
250DE
355C
8904A
MP6KD
8210-01
8904A
250DE
3551A
MV912ABPSC1
85RF
Serial No
50SP20447-11
102495-004
003
13
01786
02047
B032054
B032504
B032504-1
B032504-2
B092179
1288
BK2020288
1203A30684
A01591
001
76110BA
A01701
BK2090388
2632A16105
1151
325B
Nomenclature
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
Sub-Cust
CAL
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
ATTENUATOR FXD COAX
DIVIDER VOLTAGE
DIVIDER VOLTAGE
CALIBRATION FIXTURE
CALIBRATION FIXTURE
EXTENDER
EXTENDER
CABLE OSCOPE TDR
MEGOHMMETER
BRIDGE RLC
ATTENUATOR STEP
GENERATOR SIGNAL
MICROMANOMETER
METER MODULATION
GENERATOR SIGNAL
BRIDGE RLC
TESTER TELCOM
VOLTMETER AC
PROBE RF
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
CAL
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
NRTF
SHOP
SHOP
SHOP
STOW
STOW
TECH
A-1004
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-14 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-H
LIST OF NCTS PROPERTY ITEMS AT A1005
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
INTIMUS
EM MODEL X-2
SEM Model X242
Shredder
Security Disintegrator System
Security Disintegrator System
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-15 of A- 34
1
1
1
APPENDIX I-I
LIST OF GENERAL OFFICE, SPECIAL TOOLS AND NON-ELECTRONIC ITEMS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRRF/TCF/DMS CENTER BOCA CHICA
BUILDING A-1004 Secretary’s Office
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Facsimile Machine, Panasonic UF-311
File Cabinet, Seven Drawer
Book Case, Five Shelf
Book Case, Two Shelf
Desk, Five Drawer
Typewriter, IBM Wheelwriter 5
Typewriter Stand
Storage Cabinet, Two Shelf
Chair w/Arms
Chair, Typist
BUILDING A-1004 Site Manager’s Office
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Sofa
Easy Chair
Coffee Table
End Table
Shredder, Power Shred 710
Book Case, 5 Shelf
Security container, Hamilton, Five Drawer
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Book Case, Two Shelf
Desk, Four Drawer
Computer, Work Station, Two Drawer
Coat Rack
Clock
BUILDING A-1004 Technician’s Workshop
4
2
1
1
1
2
4
3
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Electronic Workbench
Desk, Five Drawer
Microfiche Reader, Topper
Computer Workstation
Printer Table
Book Case, Four Shelf
Stool, Workbench
Chair, Desk
BUILDING A-1004
6
3
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
Message Center
Computer Work Station
Printer Stand
Desk, Five Drawer
Security Container, Two Drawer
Stool, Workbench
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-16 of A- 34
BUILDING A-1004
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Stools, Workbench
Computer Workstation
Printer Stand
Desk, Five Drawer
Bookcase, Two Shelf
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Chair
Book Case, Six Shelf
Security Container, Two Drawer
Shredder, Intimus
BUILDING A-1004
5
2
3
3
2
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Galley
Refrigerator
Sink, Stainless Steel
Table w/Seats
BUILDING A-1004
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
Operations Coordinator Office
Book Case, Five Shelf
Love Seat
Book Case, Five Shelf
Typewriter, IBM Wheelwriter
Typewriter Stand
Desk, Five Drawer
Desk, Two Drawer
File Cabinet, Two Drawer
BUILDING A-1004
1 each
1 each
2 each
Message Pickup/Delivery Room
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Storage Locker, Five Shelf
Book Case, Five Shelf
Desk, Five Drawer
Desk, Two Drawer
Copier, Minolta
Computer Workstation
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
BUILDING A-1004
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Technical Control/Receiver Facility
Calibration Lab
2M Workstation
Stool, Workbench
File Cabinet, Four Drawer
File Cabinet, Two Drawer
Book Case, Two Shelf
Electronic Workbench
Storage Shelf, Five Tier
Desk Chair
Storage Cabinet, Seven Shelf
Dehumidifier
Desk, Five Drawer
Typewriter, IBM Wheelwriter
Typewriter Stand
Microfiche Reader
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Storage Table, Three Shelf
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-17 of A- 34
BUILDING A-1004
7
2
4
4
each
each
each
each
Miscellaneous
Personal Storage Locker, Six Section
Electronic Gate, Card Key Entry System
CCTV Camera and Remote Control Hardware
CCTV Monitor and Remote Control Hardware
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-18 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-J
LIST OF GOVERNMENT FURNISHED MATERIALS (GFM)
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH KEY FL
BUILDING J-1561
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Desk, Six Drawer
Typewriter, Underwood 11-9326422
Locker, Double Door
Book Shelf, Two Tier
Microfiche Stand
Parts Cabinet, Fifteen Drawer
Chalkboard
Typewriter Stand
Workbench, Wooden
Stool, Workbench
BUILDING J-1561
1
2
1
1
1
1
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
each
Control and Microwave Room
File Cabinet, Five Drawer
Clock, Electric
Safe, Mosler
Typewriter, Underwood 5/11-9598367
Bookshelf, Two Tier
Fan, Floor #5197
BUILDING J-1561
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
7
1
1
1
1
1
Supply Office and Screen Room
Wings A-B-C
Desk, Four Drawer
Swivel Chair, w/arms
Chair, Non-reclining w/arms
Fan, Floor #5198 and 5381
Workbench, Metal
Workbench, Wooden
Table, Metal
Desk, Metal, Three Drawer
Workbench, Two Tier
Toolcart, Two Tier
Toolcart, Four Tier
Stool, Workbench
Vacuum Cleaner, Craftsman
Locker, Metal, Double Door
Locker, Metal, Single Door
Vacuum Cleaner, Pullman #4484
Floor Buffer
Chalkboard
Coat Rack, Metal
Water Cooler
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Appendix Page A-19 of A- 34
BUILDING J-1561
1 each
1 each
2 each
Desk, Metal, Three Drawer
File Cabinet, Four Drawer
Parts Cabinet, Fifteen Drawer
BUILDING J-1561
1 each
1 each
1 each
7
7
1
1
each
each
each
each
Galley
Refrigerator, Sears
Stove, Electric, G.E.
Sink, Stainless Steel
BUILDING J-1561
1 each
1 each
Supply Room
Miscellaneous
Non-Electronic Gate (Entrance to NRTF)
Electronic Gate, Card Key Entry System and associated
Fencing
CCTV Cameras and Remote Control Hardware
CCTV Monitors and Remote Control Hardware
Microwave Fence System
Surveyor’s Transit
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-20 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-K
LIST OF FACILITY STRUCTURES
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH
Building - Structure
J-1560
J-1561
J-1562
J-1563
J-1565
J-1713
J-1714
J-1715
J-1716
J-1717
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Flagpole
Transmitter Building
Transformer Station
Fuel Tank
Septic Tank
Small Storage Shed (10 X 12)
Fire Well
Bridge (Front)
Bridge (Rear)
Large Storage Building
NRRF/TCF/DMS CENTER BOCA CHICA
Building - Structure
A-1004
A-1005
A-1069
A-XXXX
–
–
–
–
Main Operations Building
Large Storage and Mulcher Operations Building
Fuel Tank
Transformer Station
Inactive Spaces as determined by the government will be limited to Janitorial
Service comprised of sweeping, dusting, and mopping, as required.
Janitorial Service to Government Occupied Spaces will be in accordance to
specifications described in Part 7, Section 5.0, Paragraph 5.13.
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Appendix Page A-21 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-L
LIST OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) EQUIPMENT
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH
Building J1561
Trane 50Ton MZU Building AC System and Air Handler
-
1 System
Trane 15 Ton Voyager II IST Individual Package AC Units
-
3 Systems
Trane Independent 8 Ton Air Conditioning System
-
1 System
Building J1700 Window Air Conditioning Unit
-
1 EA.
NRRF/TCF BOCA CHICA
Building A1004
Canatal 20 Ton HVAC Package Unit Systems
- 2 Systems
Trane 20n Ton HVAC Package system
- 1 System
Building A1005
Window Air Conditioning Unit(s)
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-22 of A- 34
- 1 EA.
APPENDIX I-M
LIST OF EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH (BLDG. J1561)
1. CATERPILLAR Model 3412 455KW Diesel Generator System # 1
2. CATERPILLAR Model 3412 455KW Diesel Generator System # 2
3. Day Tank Fuel Storage System
NRRF BOCA CHICA (BLDG. A1004)
1. KOHLER Diesel Generator System (Emergency Generator #1 – A1004)
2. KOHLER Diesel Generator System (Emergency Generator #2 – A1004)
3. Day Tank Fuel Storage System
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-23 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-N
LIST OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATIONS, UPS AND TRANSFORMERS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH
COOPER CAT No. 00E6T13K22A Transformer Bank – 1 system
Cooper RVAC Oil Insulated Vacuum Switch
BEST Ferrups Model FE10KVA
NRRF BOCA CHICA – Building A1004
KOHLER AUTOMATED DUAL FEED ELECTRICAL SWITCH PANEL
Powerware 50kVA Uninterruptible Power System
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-24 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-O
LIST OF FIRE PROTECTION/SAFETY EQUIPMENT
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
B. Building A-1004
1.
2.
3.
4.
15 LB CO2 Portable Extinguisher (8)
Dry Chemical Extinguisher (1)
H2O (Water) Class A Extinguisher (1)
King-Fisher Fire/Smoke Detection and
Alarm System (1)
5.. Faraday Fire Alarm System (1)
Various Locations
Various Locations
Various Locations
Message Center
Message Center
C. Building A-1005
1. 15 LB CO2 Portable Extinguisher (1)
Various Locations
D. Building A-1068
1. 15 LB CO2 Portable Extinguisher (1)
Various Locations
E. Building J-1561
1. 15 LB CO2 Portable Extinguisher (9)
Various Locations
2. Dry Chemical Extinguisher (3)
Various Locations
3. King-Fisher Fire/Smoke Detection and Alarm System (1) Control Room
F. Building A-1700
2. 15 LB CO2 Portable Extinguisher (1)
3. ABC Dry Chemical Extinguisher (1)
Various Locations
Various Locations
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-25 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-P
LIST OF REQUIRED PERMITS & CERTIFICATIONS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NOTE: All required permits and certificates shall be obtained by
the contractor prior to commencement date of the contract, and
renewed as required by the governing agency. Permits and
certificates include, but are not limited to, Air Pollution
Control permits for all diesel generators, Hazardous Waste permits
from EPA and EQB, Underground Storage Tank Certifications, and
State of Florida Herbicidal Application permits.
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-26 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-Q
LIST OF TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLICATIONS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Technical and Administrative Regulations
NCTS Jacksonville Detachment Key West Instructions
(M) Mandatory
(A)
Advisory
NOTE: The below listed publications, will be provided at contract turnover.
The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining replacement copies of these
publications from the applicable web site or publishing agency, as required.
This list is not all inclusive of al publications, directives, instructions,
codes, etc. required for the performance of the contract.
(M)
2280.2 ( )
(M)
(M)
(M)
3070.1 ( )
5510.2 ( )
5530.1 ( )
PROCEDURES FOR THE INTERNAL HANDLING AND CONTROL OF
COMMUNICATION MATERIAL CONTROL SYSTEM (CMS)
OPERATIONS SECURITY
CMS EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN
NCTAMS LANT DET PHYSICAL SECURITY AND LOSS PREVENTION
NCTAMS LANT Instructions
(M)
C2000.1( )
(M)
C2300.1( )
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
3070.1 ( )
S3301.1( )
4100.1
4790.1 ( )
(M)
4790.2 ( )
(M)
5100.5
(M)
5239.1
(M)
5530.1 ( )
(M)
5510.1B
NCTAMS LANT CATASTROPHE COMMUNICATION PLAN
(CATCOMMPLAN)
FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROCEDURES FOR THE ATLANTIC
AND MEDITERRANEAN NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS AREAS
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) PROGRAM
UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ALERT CONDITIONS (LERTCONS)
ENERGY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (ERMP)
MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3M) SYSTEMS FOR
NCTAMS LANT
GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT (GPETE)
MANAGEMENT
NCTAMS LANT NAVY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
PROGRAM
NCTAMS LANT AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEMS (AIS)
SECURITY PROGRAM
Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP), Physical
Security and Loss
Prevention Program
Information and Personnel Security Program
COMNAVCOMTELCOM/NNSOC Instructions
(M)
2010.4 ( )
(M)
2313.1 ( )
(M)
(M)
2340.1 ( )
3070.1 ( )
NAVAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (NTS) AUTOMATED
SYSTEMS INTERFACE, SOFTWARE STATION CONTROL AND
MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS QUALITY MONITORING AND CONTROL
PROGRAM ASHORE
COMMON SOURCE ROUTE FILE SYSTEM (CSFRS) PROCEDURES
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) PROGRAM
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-27 of A- 34
(M)
3501.1 ( )
(M)
4790.1 ( )
(M)
5100.1 ( )
(M)
(M)
5239.1 ( )
5239.2 ( )
(M)
(M)
5239.3 ( )
5510.1 ( )
(M)
(M)
11014.1( )
11310.2( )
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMAND STATUS
OF RESOURCES AND TRAINING SYSTEM (SORTS)
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMAND
MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3M) PROGRAM
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMAND
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEM (AIS) SECURITY PROGRAM
POLICY ON PERSONAL COMPUTER (PC) TO PC TRANSFER OF
RECORD MESSAGES
AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEM HANDBOOK
EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS (EAP) FOR SAFEGUARDING
PERSONNEL ASSETS AND CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
ANTENNA MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
SUPPRESSION OF TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES IN THE POWER
SOURCE FOR COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
OPNAV Instructions
(M)
2201.2
(M)
2221.5 ( )
(M)
2300.42
(M)
(M)
(M)
2400.7 ( )
2400.20( )
2800.2 ( )
(M)
3120.32( )
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
3432.1 ( )
4110.2
4790.4 ( )
5100.8 ( )
5100.23
(M)
(M)
(M)
5239.1B
5530.15( )
5530.14C
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS COMPUTER NETWORK INCIDENT
RESPONSE
RELEASE OF COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) MATERIAL
TO US INDUSTRIAL FIRMS UNDER CONTRACT TO THE US NAVY
OPERATING POLICY FOR NAVY TELECOMMUNICATIONS CENTERS
(NTCCs)
FREQUENCY USAGE REPORT
NAVY MANAGEMENT OF THE RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM
NAVAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (NTS) OPERATING
REQUIREMENTS
STANDARD ORGANIZATION AND REGULATIONS OF THE U.S.
NAVY
OPERATIONS SECURITY
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT (HMC&M)
SHIP’S MAINTENANCE MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3M) MANUAL
NAVY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
NAVY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (NAVOSH) PROGRAM
MANUAL
NAVY INFORMATION ASSURANCE (IA) PROGRAM
PHYSICAL SECURITY
NAVY PHYSICAL SECURITY
SECNAV and DoD Instructions
(M)
5239.3 ( )
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
(INFOSEC) PROGRAM
DOD Instructions
(M)
(M)
(M)
(M)
5220.22( )
DODD
8500.1
DODI
8500.2
DODI
5200.40
INDUSTRIAL SECURITY MANUAL
INFORMATION ASSURANCE (IA)
INFORMATION ASSURANCE (IA) IMPLEMENTATION
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECURITY CERTIFICATION AND
ACCREDITATION PROCESS (DITSCAP)
Other Instructions
(M)
(M)
OSHA
NAVFAC
DRAFT
GENERAL INDUSTRY STANDARDS
EM 385-1-1 GENERAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Appendix Page A-28 of A- 34
OTHER GENERAL GUIDANCE AND INSTRUCTIONS AVAILABLE
0967-LP-000-0010
0967-LP-000-0040
0967-LP-000-0100
0967-LP-000-0120
0967-LP-000-0130
0967-LP-000-0140
0967-LP-000-0160
CMS-21A
CNCTCINST 2313.1A
DOD 5220.22-M
CNCTCINST 3070.1
COMSEC SUPP 5220-22-5
DISAC 310-195-1
DISAC 310-70-1, VOLII
DISAC 310-70-57
DISAC 310-70-57,SUP1-4
DISAC 350-195-2
DISAC 310-195-1
MIL-HDBK-419
MIL-STD-188-124A
MIL-STD-188-310A
MIL-STD-188-311
MIL-STD-188-317
NAVCOMP MAN VOL III
NAVCOMP MAN VOL III
NCTSINST 2030.2
NCTSINST 2110.1C
NCTSINST 2110.2B
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
NCTSINST
3040.1F
3070.1A
3120.1E
3140.1L
4614.1D
4790.1D
5450.1B
NCTSINST 5530.2K
NCTSINST 5530.4C
NCTSINST 7322.1D
NELEX 0101.000
NFAC MO-100
NFAC MO-100.1
NFAC MO-100.2
NFAC MO-100.3
NFAC MO-102
NFAC MO-109A
NFAC MO-110
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
MO-111
MO-113
MO-114
MO-116
MO-117
MO-200
MO-201
MO-204
MO-210
MO-212
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK,COMMUNICATIONS
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK, TEST EQUIPMENT
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK, GENERAL
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK, CIRCUITS
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK, REFERENCE DATA
ELECTS INSTALL MAINT BOOK, GENERAL MAINT
COMMUNICATION SECURITY
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS QUALITY MONITORING &
CONTROL PROGRAM
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) PLAN
CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR TRANSMITTERS
QUALITY CONTROL
OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR TRANSMITTERS
QUALITY CONTROL (DAILY)
OPERATION OF DIESEL FUELED PUMPS &
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PROGRAM (PEP)
GROUNDING, BONDING AND SHIELDING STANDARDS
GROUNDING, BONDING AND SHIELDING STANDARDS
DESIGN & ENGINEERING STANDARDS FOR TECHNICAL
CONTROL FACILITIES
STANDARDS FOR FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXERS
STANDARDS FOR LONG-HAUL COMMUNICATIONS
PAYMENT OF SURCHARGES
SECURITY DEPOSITS, NAVY SUPPLY SYSTEM
STU III POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, USE OF
MESSAGE RELEASE AUTHORITY
UNCLASSIFIED MESSAGE RELEASING VIA LOCAL AREA
NETWORK
CASUALTY REPORTING (CASREP) PROCEDURES
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) PLAN
STANDARD ORGANIZATION AND REGULATION MANUAL
HURRICANE AND DESTRUCTIVE WEATHER BILL
MATERIAL MOVEMENT & ISSUE PRIORITY SYSTEM
SHORE MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT(3M)
MISSION & FUNCTIONS OF NAVAL COMPUTER AND
TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATION
PROCEDURES FOR BOMB THREAT OR ACTUAL BOMBINGS
PHYSICAL SECURITY PLAN
MANAGEMENT OF MINOR PROPERTY
COMMUNICATION FACILITIES ASHORE
MAINTENANCE OF GROUNDS
MANAGEMENT - LAND NATURAL RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT - FOREST NATURAL RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT - FISH & WILDLIFE NATURAL RESOURCES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR OF SURFACED AREAS
MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR ANTENNA GROUPS
MAINTENANCE PAINTS & PROTECTIVE COATINGS,
BUILDINGS
WOODEN BEAMS & TRUSSES INSPECTION
BUILDING MAINTENANCE ROOFING
MAINTENANCE & OPERATION OF VENTILATION SYSTEM
ELECTRICAL INTERIOR FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, BUILDINGS
FACILITIES ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL EXTERIOR
ELECTRIC POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS OPERATION
ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER TREATMENT MANUAL
WASTE WATER SYSTEMS DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-29 of A- 34
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
MO-213
MO-220
MO-230
MO-300
MO-307
MO-310
MO-312
MO-315
MO-321
MO-321.1
MO-322
MO-324
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
MO-325
MO-326.2
MO-327
MO-330
P-1021-89
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
NFAC
P-300
P-307 VOL1
P-456
P-68
P-702.0
P-703.0
P-704.0
P-705.0
P-706.0
P-708.0
P-709.0
P-710.0
P-711.0
P-712.0
NFAC P-713.0
NFAC P-905
NFAC P-909
NFAC P-916
NFAC P-970
NSO P 3635
NSO P 3637 DFARS
NSUP 4000
NSUP 538
NSUP P-4107
NSUP P-437
NTP-3(G)
NTP-4
NWP-10-1-10
NWPO(H)
OPNAVINST 4790.4
OPNAVINST 5090.1B
SECNAVINST 5510.30A
SECNAVINST 5510.36
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
GAS, SYSTEMS, MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
PETROLEUM FUEL FACILITIES, MAINTENANCE MANUAL
CARETAKER MAINTENANCE OF SHORE FACILITIES
CORROSION PROTECTION SYSTEMS
MILITARY ENTOMOLOGY OPERATIONAL HANDBOOK
WOOD PRESERVATION
PEST CONTROL QUALITY ASSURANCE EVALUATION
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
PUBLIC WORKS & UTILITIES FOR SMALL ACTIVITIES
INSPECTION OF SHORE FACILITIES, VOL 1-3
INSPECTION & CERTIFICATION OF BOILERS & UNFIRED
PRESSURE VESSELS
PUBLIC WORKS & UTILITIES, WORK SIMPLIFICATION
TRAINING MANUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE EVALUATOR
FACILITY SUPPORT CONTRACT QUALITY MANAGEMENT
MATERIALS TESTING
SHORE ESTABLISHMENT FIRE PROTECTION AND
PLANNING
MANAGEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
MANAGEMENT OF WEIGHT HANDLING EQUIPMENT
CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION GUIDE, VOL 1-4
CONTRACTING MANUAL
EPS-CARPENTRY HANDBOOK
ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC HANDBOOK
HEATING COOLING & VENTILATING HANDBOOK
EMERGENCY SERVICE HANDBOOK
JANITORIAL HANDBOOK
MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES MASONRY HANDBOOK
MOVING AND RIGGING HANDBOOK
MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES PAINT HANDBOOK
PIPE FITTING PLUMBING HANDBOOK
ROADS, GROUNDS, PEST CONTROL & REFUSE
COLLECTION HANDBOOK
SHEET METAL IRON & WELDING HANDBOOK
PLANTING & ESTABLISHMENT OF TREES SHRUBS
OILY WASTE-WASTE OIL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
GUIDE FOR HANDLING AND TREATMENT OILY SLUDGE
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PLANNING, NOISE
FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGS, VOL 1 & 2
DEFENSE FEDERAL ACQUISITION REG SUPPLEMENT
INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL SUPPLY CATALOG
HANDLING EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MASTER REPAIRABLE ITEMS LIST
MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP MANUAL
TELECOMMUNICATIONS USER MANUAL
FLEET COMMUNICATIONS
OPERATIONAL REPORTS
NAVAL WARFARE PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY
MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM
MANUAL
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY PERSONNEL SECURITY
PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY INFORMATION SECURITY
PROGRAM
WEB SITES
CFR 29
DEFENSE LOGISTICS INFO SERVICE
DISAC DIRECTIVES
JOINT GROUP ENVIRONMENTAL ATTRIBUTES
http://www.osha.gov
http://www.dlis.dla.mil
http://www.disa.mil
http://www.jgenvatt.dla.mil
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-30 of A- 34
NAVY DIRECTIVES
NAVY FACILITIES PUBLICATIONS
NAVY LOGISTICS LIBRARY
NAVY WARFARE LIBRARY
SCOPE COMMAND
http://neds.nebt.daps.mil
http://efdlant.navfac.navy.mil
http://www.nll.navsup.navy.mil
http://www.nwdc.navy.mil
http://blazer.comsys.rockwell.com/ScopeCommand/
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-31 of A- 34
APPENDIX I-R
AREA MAPS
NOTE: This appendix includes basic building floor plans and compound location
maps. More detailed Site configuration maps will be provided to all concerned
during the pre-bid site visit.
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-32 of A- 34
NRRF/TCF/RECEIVER SITES LOCATED ON NAS KEY WEST FL
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-33 of A- 34
NRTF SADDLEBUNCH KEY LOCATED OFF US HIGHWAY 1 AT MILE MARKER 15
DRAFT
Appendix Page A-34 of A- 34
APPENDIX II
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PACKAGE
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
APPENDIX II
II-A
II-B
II-C
II-D
**CONTENTS**
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR STANDARD WORKCENTERS
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR FACILITIES/PUBLIC WORKS/UTILITIES
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR ANTENNAS
MINIMUM PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES FOR ANTENNAS
DRAFT
Appendix Page AII-1 of AII-32
APPENDIX II
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PACKAGE
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
The preventive maintenance procedures enclosed within this Appendix are
provided as a minimum guideline for the contractor to follow in determining
the requirements for generating local maintenance procedural cards as further
defined by the Statement of Work Section C and OPNAVINST 4790.( ) series. It
is included only as minimum standards guide to establish antenna related
structures, towers and ancillary systems preventive maintenance, but does not
include all corrective maintenance efforts required to perform demand or
corrective maintenance. Once problems or discrepancies are noted during the
performance of routine and scheduled preventive maintenance inspections,
corrective maintenance actions will be accomplished as further defined or
directed by the statement of work, manufactures technical manuals, DoN
Directives or other appropriate methodologies as may be required.
The following lists of required minimum preventive maintenance standards and
procedures may be increased or decreased as required to support the addition
or deletion of entire antenna types due to the government’s future mission
requirements.
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Appendix Page AII-2 of AII-32
APPENDIX II-A
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR STANDARD WORKCENTERS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Work Center: BCQC NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Planned Maintenance System
List Of Effective Pages
UNIT--00063425
UIC:N63425
MIP
Nomenclature
MIP
3000/100-59
4403/001-92
4412/013-43
4414/010-52
4415/100-34
4417/218-92
4461/001-73
4461/011-47
4461/081-68L
4911/001-43
6600/002L-57
6652/005-63
C-264/001-73
C-MRS-10/84 LOCAL
C-MRS-13/A7 LOCAL
C-MRS-1/17 LOCAL
C-MRS-31/54 LOCAL
C-MRS-32/54 LOCAL
C-MRS-35/54 LOCAL
C-MRS-39/54 LOCAL
DMSI-A2
MRS-29/54 LOCAL
MRS-37/31 LOCAL
NOMENCLATURE
SHORTING PROBE
FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
CU-1382,1382A,B,C,D,F,G,H/FRR
R-2368, 2368/URR
AN/FRC-173(V)
AN/FCC-100V( )
TSEC/KG-84,84A,84C KYV-5 CRYPTO FILL DEVICES
TACTERM ANDVT SHORE SYSTEM (TASS)
TSEC/KG-194
PORTABLE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT
LADDERS
2-M STATION
RECT PWR CHARGR BATT
INTERSITE LINK EQUIPMENT
AN/GSQ-215 LORAN C
MISCELLANEOUS PMS
AN/FSC-102
VHF COMMS
EQUIPMENT CABINET BLOWERS
THERMOHUMIDIGRAPH
ANCC/ATC
HERMES LOOP ARRAY
1105 UPS
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APPENDIX II-B
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR FACILITIES/PUBLIC WORKS/UTILITIES
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Work Center: BCFL NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
Planned Maintenance System
List Of Effective Pages
UNIT--00063425
MIP
3000/002-43
3000/100-59
3131/005-63
6561/005-C8
6600/002-73
6600/002-28 LOCAL
C-952/001-53
FP-LOCAL
UIC:N63425
NOMENCLATURE
MISC SHORE ELEC EQUIP
SHORTING PROBE
BATTT & SERVICE FACILITIES
PAPER SHREDDER
SAFETY PETTY OFFICER (SPO)
SAFETY (SHORE)
COMM GND SYSTEM
FALL PROTECTION
NOTE: Additional locally generated 3M Maintenance will include, but not
necessarily be limited to, that which is further listed in this
appendix. New and additional 3M maintenance initiatives may be required.
Refer to manufacturer's maintenance manual for exact procedures.
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Planned Maintenance System
List Of Effective Pages
NAVAL COMPUTER & TELECOMM COMMAND
MIP
(Local)
Nomenclature
MIP
MAINT_01.FAC
MAINT_02.FAC
MAINT_03.FAC
MAINT_04.FAC
MAINT_05.FAC
MAINT_06.FAC
MAINT_07.FAC
MAINT_08.FAC
MAINT_09.FAC
MAINT_10.FAC
MAINT_11.FAC
MAINT_12.FAC
MAINT_13.FAC
MAINT_14.FAC
NOMENCLATURE
BUILDINGS (EXCEPT ROOFS AND TRUSSES)
ROOF INSPECTION
LAWN/GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
PAVEMENTS/ROADS
FENCES/WALLS (Includes Safety Fences)
PARKING AREAS
WATER SYSTEM (Backup potable)
WATER FILTERS
PLUMBING (Buildings)
SEPTIC TANKS
SUMP PUMP
ELECTRICAL POWER PANELS
DISTRIBUTION CABLE
INTERIOR ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
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MIP
MAINT_15.FAC
MAINT_16.FAC
MAINT_17.FAC
MAINT_18.FAC
MAINT_19.FAC
MAINT_20.FAC
MAINT_21.FAC
MAINT_22.FAC
MAINT_23.FAC
MAINT_24.FAC
MAINT_25.FAC
MAINT_26.FAC
MAINT_27.FAC
MAINT_28.FAC
MAINT_29.FAC
MAINT_30 FAC
MAINT_31 FAC
MAINT_32 FAC
MAINT_33 FAC
MAINT_34 FAC
NOMENCLATURE
INTERIOR BUILDING LIGHTS
EMERGENCY LIGHTS
SECURITY LIGHTS
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSOR
AIR COOLED CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
FLY AND EXHAUST FANS VENTILATING/EXHAUST SIGHS
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
FIRE EXIT SIGNS
FIRE WELL
SMOKE DETECTORS
FLAMMABLE LOCKERS
POWER TRANSFORMERS
COMMERCIAL POWER SWITCH
DISINTEGRATORS
FUEL STORAGE / CONTAINMENT
LAN CONNECTION BOX
JANITORIAL
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APPENDIX II-C
MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR ANTENNAS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NOTE: Maintenance will include, but not necessarily be limited to, that
which is listed in this appendix. Refer to manufacturer's maintenance
manual for exact procedures.
Work Center: BCQD NAVCOMTELSTA JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
ANTENNA Planned Maintenance System
List Of Effective Pages
UNIT--00063425
MIP
UIC:N63425
Nomenclature
MIP
3000/100-59
4411/011-53
4412/003-53
4414/010-52
4415/100-34
4417/218-92
4461/081-68L
4911/003-B1
6600/002-57
6652/005-63
C-264/001-73
C-336/002-63
C-975/001-63
C-MRS-023/82
LOCAL
C-MRS-10/84 LOCAL
C-MRS-31/54 LOCAL
C-MRS-32/54 LOCAL
C-MRS-35/54 LOCAL
DMSI-A2
FP-LOCAL-62
MRS-100/61 LOCAL
MRS-105/B8 LOCAL
MRS-110/61 LOCAL
MRS-120/61 LOCAL
MRS-140/A0 LOCAL
MRS-160/61 LOCAL
MRS-170/61 LOCAL
NOMENCLATURE
SHORTING PROBE
WHIP ANTENNAS (SURFACE)
ANTENNA MULTICOUPLER-TUNERS
R-2368/URR
AN/FRC-173 (V)
AN/FCC-100 (V)
TSEC/KG-194
AN/USM-646 MODULE TEST & REPAIR (MTR) SYSTEM
LADDERS
PACE SOLDERING STATION
RECT PWR CHARGR BATT
AN/FRT-96
DA-484/URT (DUMMY LOAD)
AN/URT-42 (V) (AN/URC-119)
INTERSITE LINK EQUIPMENT
AN/FSC-102
VHF COMMS
EQUIPMENT CABINET BLOWERS
ATC
FALL PROTECTION EQUIP.
ANTENNA, ROTATABLE LOG PERIODIC (RLPA) AS-2187/FRC
ANTENNA, BROADBAND DIPOLE
ANTENNA, INVERTED CONE
ANTENNA,CONICAL MONOPOLE
ANTENNA, SPIRA-CONE
MICROWAVE TOWER
ANTENNA, LONG WIRE/INVERTED "V"
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MIP
MRS-200/61 LOCAL
MRS-210/61 LOCAL
MRS-29/61 LOCAL
MRS-3/61 LOCAL
MRS-41/61 LOCAL
MRS-4400/92
NOMENCLATURE
ANTENNA TRANSMISSION LINES
ANTENNA, VERTICALLY POLARIZED OMNI DIRECTIONAL
HERMES LOOP ANTENNA
DA-423/U (DUMMY LOAD, ELECTRICAL)
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
WHIP ANTENNA PAD
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APPENDIX II-D
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGES FOR ANTENNAS
NAVAL COMPUTER AND TELECOMMUNICATION STATION
JACKSONVILLE DETACHMENT KEY WEST FL
NOTE: The following listed minimum Antenna Maintenance Requirements
will include, but not necessarily be limited to, antenna preventive
maintenance which is listed in this appendix. Additional preventive and
demand maintenance requirements are outlined within the CNCTC Antenna
Red-Book antenna maintenance manual. Refer to CNCTC Antenna Red Book and
manufacturer's maintenance manual for additional or more detailed
procedures.
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A. Antenna Maintenance Minimum Preventive Maintenance Requirements
1. Inverted Cone Antennas
2. Conical Monopole Antennas
3. SPIRACONE Antennas
4. Rotatable Log Periodic Antennas (RLPA)
5. Hermes Loop Rosette Antenna
6. Coaxial Transmission Lines
7. Whip Antennas
8. Dehydrator System
9. Microwave Towers and Parabolic Antennas
10. Wood Poles and Accessories
11. Dipole Antennas
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Antenna Maintenance Requirements
Inverted Cone Antennas
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2.Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance on
antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MONTHLY
Perform the following:
1. Inspect ground screens for loose or broken wires.
2. Remove all vegetation on ground screen.
over the ground screen.
Repair as required.
No vegetation is allowed to exist
3. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
4. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
5. Return antenna to operational status.
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is used,
disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding lead
from the center conductor of the transmission line at the antenna, to
ground.
3. Clean transmission line end-seal with alcohol and a clean, dry rag.
4. Clean feed strap with Inhibisol.
5. Inspect spark gap at feed ring for proper spacing. Adjust by bending, if
necessary. Proper spacing should be approximately 1 to 1 ¼ inches.
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6. Inspect lower insulators for cracks or pitting. Clean with alcohol and a
clean, dry rag. Inspect matching transformer for oil leaks. Repair as
required.
7. Inspect bolts and connections for tightness and corrosion.
brush and Inhibisol, tighten or replace as necessary.
Clean with wire
8. Inspect feed ring and eye bolts. Clean with sandpaper and wire brush.
Where RTV-109 has been used as a sealant, check for any evidence of
corrosion due to moisture under the seal. If necessary, remove old sealant
with wire brush and Inhibisol. Clean thoroughly and replace with new RTV109. Make sure the seal is complete.
9. Inspect catenaries for loose connections.
cracks and pitting. Correct any defects.
alcohol and a clean, dry rag.
Inspect upper insulators for
Clean upper insulators with
10.Inspect guy wire turnbuckles for cracking or flaking of the preservative
coating. If required:
a. Clean turnbuckles using a wire brush and Inhibisol.
b. Wipe turnbuckles with a clean, dry rag.
c. Apply a thin film of corrosion preventive compound to turnbuckle
threads.
d. Insure that turnbuckles are properly safety wired.
11.Inspect antenna cone, and pole concrete bases, ground screen, and guy
anchor areas for damaged concrete, radials, anchor support rods, and soil
erosion. Repair any antenna structural damage – including buried anchor
supports - as necessary. Remove grass, weeds, and other vegetation by
cutting or properly applying approved herbicides.
12.Megger antenna.
Reading should be in excess of 100 Megohms.
13.Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
14.Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
15.Return antenna to operational status.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Use surveyor’s transit, set at 90 degrees, to check plumb of the antenna
support poles. Tension guys to make sure the poles are within .001H,
where H is the height of the support pole. A calibrated dynamometer or
tensiometer should be used in checking the tension of the upper and
lower guy wires. Proper tension should be as follows:
a. Upper Guys – 500-600 pounds.
b. Lower Guys – Use just enough tension to keep the pole plumb.
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2. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
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3. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
4. Return antenna to operational status.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
CONICAL MONOPOLE ANTENNAS
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the center conductor of the transmission line at the antenna,
to ground.
3. Clean all antenna insulators with alcohol and a clean, dry rag. A line
truck equipped with a bucket lift can be used to facilitate cleaning and
inspection of upper elements and insulators.
4. Clean jumper connections between coaxial line and antenna using alcohol,
a clean, dry rag and if necessary, sandpaper or wire brush.
5. Inspect antenna radiator apex ring for rust, corrosion and loose
connections. Clean and remove rust and corrosion using a wire brush and
Inhibisol cleaning solvent. Look for and tighten any loose connections.
6. Inspect platform for rust. Wire brush and paint as required. Inspect
all points where dissimilar metals have been coated with GE RTV-109
sealing compound. If there are any signs of rust or corrosion, remove
the RTV with a wire brush, clean surfaces thoroughly with Inhibisol, and
coat with GE RTV-109.
7. Where fiberglass guy lines are used, check for deterioration of the
protective coating. Clean and coat with Nuplacoat No. 6180.
8. Inspect the area around the antenna for soil erosion and damage to
ground radials. Check radial connections at the base plate of the
antenna. Make any necessary repairs. Remove all vegetation within the
ground screen area. Inspect antenna wooden or concrete base structures,
and guy anchor areas for damaged concrete, radials, anchor support rods,
ground screen, and surrounding area for soil erosion. Repair any
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antenna structural damage – including buried anchor supports - as
necessary.
9. Remove grass, weeds, and other vegetation by cutting or properly
applying approved herbicides.
10.Inspect all guy wire turnbuckles for cracking or flaking of preservative
coating. If necessary:
a. Clean turnbuckle using wire brush and Inhibisol.
b. Wipe turnbuckle with a clean, dry rag.
c. Apply a light coat of corrosion preventive compound to the turnbuckle
threads.
d. Check the turnbuckles for proper safety wiring.
11.Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
12.Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
13.Remove safety grounding wire from transmission line center conductor and
return antenna to normal readiness condition. Inform the Watch
Supervisor that maintenance is complete and the antenna is ready for
service.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag “out of service”, or if an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect
antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Connect grounding lead from center conductor of transmission line at
antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance of antenna.
3. Using surveyor’s transit set at 90 degrees; check the plumb of the antenna
tower. Tower plumb should be within .001H, where H is the tower height.
Guy tension should be adjusted to bring tower into plumb. Tension should
be adjusted using a tensiometer or dynamometer.
4. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
5. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
6. Remove safety grounding wire and return antenna to normal readiness
condition. Inform Watch Supervisor that antenna maintenance is complete
and the antenna is ready for service.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
SPIRACONE ANTENNAS
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MONTHLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
NOTE THAT AS MANY AS THREE POSITIONS AT THE MATRIX MUST BE LOCKED OUT.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
3. Using binoculars as necessary or working from an elevated platform,
inspect antenna and transmission line(s) for:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
Loose or missing bolts and hardware
Damaged or missing elements
Loose clamps, clips or turnbuckles
Loose guy wires
Damaged or missing insulators
Excessive sag in catenary
Spacing of feedlines and feedline connections
Corrosion or other signs of deterioration
Indication of arcing
Damaged or missing obstruction light fixtures (if applicable)
Tower Plumb
Array symmetry
Rust or Corrosion on tower or other metal parts
4. Inspect balun on transmitting antenna for oil leaks. (NOTE: Use
TEMPILABEL temperature sensors to detect early failure of core material
in balun. Solar reflecting point should be applied to the balun unit in
tropical regions. A pitfall for all balun units is heat, if over-heated,
normally caused by an impedance mismatch, the permeability of the
ferrite core material will change when saturation occurs and in most
cases will not return to spec value after the core cools down. Excess
heat is an indicator that the antenna VSWR should be checked).
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5. Inspect ground area(s) and anchor area; ensure that grass, weeds, or
other vegetation are not more than six inches high.
6. Inspect all foundations (concrete or otherwise) and guy anchorages for
cracked, broken, or spalled concrete; exposed reinforcing; movement or
settlement; and/or movement due to environmental forces (e.g.
earthquake, frost, high winds, etc.). If deficiencies are found, the
antenna must be placed in a demand maintenance mode and the deficiency
corrected.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
8. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
9. At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
NOTE THAT AS MANY AS THREE POSITIONS AT THE MATRIX MUST BE TAGGED AND
LOCKED OUT.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
3. Working from an elevated work platform (basket lift device) where
necessary, and using binoculars, inspect all insulators for cracks,
chipping and pitting. Clean those that can be reached with a clean dry
rag and alcohol. Note those that cannot be reached, estimate their
condition and plot their location on a sketch of the antenna similar to
Figures 18-2 and 18-3 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual. By comparing
the plots from quarter to quarter and relating them to the annual
electrical tests, the antenna maintenance personnel can forecast when
losses due to these insulators will become unacceptable and when the
curtain should be lowered for cleaning and/or replacement of same.
4. Inspect catenaries and spiral assemblies for excessive sag. Check the
catenaries’ tension.
5. Check feedline connections to radiating elements for tightness. Ensure
radiating elements are securely attached to support catenary assembly.
Clean and tighten as necessary.
6. Inspect guy wire turnbuckles for cracking of flaking of preservative
coating. If required:
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a. Clean turnbuckle using wire brush and Inhibisol
b. Wipe turnbuckle with a clean rag
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c. Apply a thin film of corrosion preventive compound to turnbuckle
threads (NO-OX-ID)
d. Use Penetrox “A” on all aluminum to aluminum junctions
e. Check the tension of the antenna support guys and re-tension if
required
7. Check structural integrity of guy points aloft and anchor points with a
dye penetrant test. Flaws and cracks will become very apparent when
using this test.
8. Inspect Matching Unit feedlines and spark Gaps. Correct deficiencies.
9. Check to ensure Coax Cables are secure. Correct deficiencies.
10.Inspect the Resistor Network and Termination connections. Ensure all
connections are tight and free from corrosion. Correct deficiencies.
11.Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
12.Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
13. At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
NOTE THAT AS MANY AS THREE POSITIONS AT THE MATRIX MUST BE TAGGED AND
LOCKED OUT.
2. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag “out of service”, or if an antenna multicoupler is used,
disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
3. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
4. Using two surveyor’s transits set between 90 and 120 degrees at a
distance of one times the tower height, check the plumb of the tower.
Tower plumb should be within .001H, where H is the tower height. If not
plumb, adjust guys to bring tower within vertical specifications. Guy
tensions should be set using a dynamometer or tensiometer at each guy
(approximately 1120lbs of tension).
5. Inspect safety fencing around antenna. Make repairs as required.
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6. Perform electrical Tests VSWR, Megger and TDR as outlined in Chapter 6
and Appendix C of the Antenna Maintenance Manual.
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7. Hydroblasting of the array assembly is required when leakage values are
fifty meg-ohms or less.
8. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
9. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
10.At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
ROTATABLE LOG PERIODIC ANTENNA (RLPA)
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MONTHLY
Perform the following:
1. Before starting any RLPA inspection or maintenance routine perform all
required tag out and antenna feed-line safety grounding procedures. Using
binoculars, if it will accomplish the task, or climbing with proper safety
equipment, or working from an elevated work platform, inspect the antenna
for loose or missing bolts, loose or missing elements, corrosion or
deterioration to guy wires, loose clamps or turnbuckles. Inspect the
connection between the feed-line and matching units. Inspect the feed-line
itself for proper tension. Correct any obvious defects. In addition,
inspect baluns for oil leaks and loose connections. Correct as necessary.
2. If navigational warning or obstruction lights are used, check that they are
functioning properly. Replace any damaged or missing obstruction light
bulbs. Inspect the ground area around the antenna and ensure that
vegetation such as grass or weeds is not more than 4 inches high. Remove
excess vegetation by cutting or other means. Check for signs of soil
erosion around the tower base and guy anchors. Correct as necessary.
3. Following the procedures in the manufacturer’s technical manual and
operating from the “local” control position, check the rotational control
and speed of rotation of the antenna (45 to 75 seconds). Correct any
deficiencies.
4. Remove the grounding strap from antenna and return to normal readiness
condition.
5. Following the procedures in the manufacturer’s technical manual, and
operating from the “remote control” position, check the rotational control
and indicators. Check the control of the circuit breakers. Correct if
necessary.
6. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
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7. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
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8. After completion of all monthly maintenance procedures, inform the Watch
Supervisor that the antenna is returned to normal readiness condition.
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Perform all required antenna “tag-out” and antenna feed-line grounding
safety procedures prior to starting any Quarterly maintenance.
2. Inspect the concrete base of tower for settling, cracking, or tilting.
Additionally, inspect all guy wire anchors and anchor concrete for
corrosion, spalling of the concrete, or any possible support arm problems.
Repair as required.
3. Inspect connection between transmission line and matching unit and ensure
tightness. Make sure mating surfaces of jumpers and feed-line attaching
hardware are coated with RTV sealant. Clean end-seal and insulators with
Isopropyl alcohol and a clean, dry rag.
4. Using proper safety equipment, climb the tower and lubricate the rotator
assembly. Use a Zerk type grease gun to lubricate the supporting bearing,
the gear teeth, and the drive motor. (A good grade of silicone grease such
as General Electric G-300 is recommended).
5. Inspect all guy wire turnbuckles for cracking or flaking of preservative
coating. If required:
a. Clean turnbuckles using a wire brush and Inhibisol.
b. Wipe turnbuckles with a clean, dry rag.
c. Check turnbuckles for proper safety wiring.
d. Apply a thin coat of corrosion preventive compound to the turnbuckle
threads.
6. Remove grounding safety strap from transmission line center conductor and
return antenna to normal readiness condition.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
8. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
9. Inform Watch Supervisor that maintenance is complete and the antenna is
ready for service.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Prior to performing any annual maintenance perform all required antenna
“tag-out” and transmission line grounding safety procedures.
2. Using proper safety equipment, make a climbing inspection of the tower.
Look for rust, corrosion, damaged welds, missing or bent members and loose
fasteners. Use a wire brush to remove corrosion and spot paint as
necessary.
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3. Change lubricant (oil) in motor gear box.
a. Remove the pipe plug on the bottom of the gear box and drain old
lubricant into a bucket suspended beneath the gear box. Replace the
drain plug.
b. Remove the fill plug from top of gear box; flush the gear box with
lubricant MIL-L-2105B, remove the drain plug and drain into the
bucket suspended from the gear box. Replace the drain plug when
draining is completed.
c. Fill the gear box with 3 quarts of new MIL-L-2105B or equivalent
lubricant. NOTE: Grade may vary due to climate. See manufacturer’s
manual for specifics.
4. Using a surveyor’s transit, set at 90 degrees, check the plumb of the
supporting tower. Make any adjustment for plumb by re-tensioning guy
wires.
5. Using a dynamometer or tensiometer, check the tension of the guy lines.
Tension should be:
a. Lower Guys – 1,000 pounds.
b. Upper Guys – 2,100 pounds.
c. Check the tension of the four-wire feed-line.
+/- 50 pounds.
Tension should be 350
6. Inspect guy line anchors for signs of soil erosion. Inspect anchor rods
for rust or corrosion. Repair as required.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
8. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
9. Remove grounding straps from antenna and return to normal readiness
condition. Inform Watch Supervisor that maintenance is complete and the
antenna is ready for service.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
HERMES LOOP ROSETTE
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WEEKLY
Perform the following:
1. Inspect loop elements and rigid coaxial transmission lines for bends, dents
or other evidence of physical damage that might affect the proper working
condition of the array.
2. Check transmission line bolts, loop mounting hardware and supports to
ensure tightness and freedom from corrosion or excessive dirt.
3. Check the marl pad area for weeds and other vegetation.
kept free of vegetation at all times.
Marl pad is to be
4. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
5. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
6. Inform the Watch Supervisor that weekly maintenance is complete.
NOTE: The Hermes Loop Array normally remains in service during routine
maintenance.
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Check to see that the sealing plug at the bottom of each loop support tube
is in place and is tight.
2. Check ground straps, ground clamps, ground rods, mounting bolts, and flange
bolts for corrosion or rust. If corrosion or rust is found, take the
connection apart, clean thoroughly with a scraper and/or wire brush, put
back together and cover with a sealant such as RTV or LEAD-PLATE.
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3. Perform Manufacturers Loop System Test IAW the Manufacturers Appendix L
procedures. The Loop Test Set shall be used to test every antenna loop
ensuring at a minimum the following readings are recorded for loop
assembly:
a.
b.
c.
d.
DC Volt Check reading
Test Set Check reading
Loop and Preamp Check reading
High Field Strength Check reading
4. If any problems are found during the Loop Test, corrective repair action(s)
will be implemented to correct the defective loop.
5. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
6. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
7. Return antenna to operational status.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Inspect loop elements, rigid coaxial transmission lines, and supporting
brackets for peeling or peeled paint. If touch-up is needed, clean off
loose paint, sand lightly to sound primer, if still intact, or to bare
metal, if primer is loose; paint sanded area with quick-drying spray or
brush type automotive enamel.
2. Check support posts for tightness; correct as necessary.
3. Inspect area around and under the array for erosion and vegetation growth.
Cut or spot-treat vegetation as may be necessary, and restore condition of
ground cover as required maintaining adequate drainage control and
appearance.
4. Inform the Watch Supervisor that Annual maintenance is complete and the
antenna is ready for service.
5. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
6. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
7. Return antenna to operational status.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
COAXIAL TRANSMISSION LINES
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MONTHLY
Perform the following:
1. Record all coaxial transmission line pressure readings.
2. Shut off dry air feed to all coaxial transmission lines.
3. After a 24 hour period, observe pressure gauges and record their value.
Cables holding pressure between 4-10 psi will be acceptable for operation.
Cables holding pressure under 4 psi will need immediate repairs. Retain
all readings on file for government review.
4. Turn on dry air feed to all coaxial transmission lines.
5. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
6. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
7. Return antenna to operational status.
NOTE: The Contractor will be responsible for identifying the location of and
repairing all coaxial transmission line leaks below 4 psi, including all
necessary splices and transmission line replacement within the cost
limitations specified in paragraph 5.16 of the Statement of Work. This applies
to all old, or newly installed coaxial cable systems.
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ANTENNA PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
WHIP ANTENNAS
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SEMI-ANNUAL
perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is used,
disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
5. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the center conductor of the transmission line at the antenna,
to ground.
6. Measure antenna insulation resistance:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Disconnect static drain resistor, if installed.
Disconnect antenna lead at base of insulator.
Connect megohmmeter leads to insulator feed-through bolt and ground.
Measure antenna insulation resistance; resistance should be 100 Megohms
minimum. If less than 100 Megohms:
Clean insulator (where applicable) with clean, dry rag.
7. Repeat step 2.d. if reading is still less than 100 Megohms.
8. Disconnect megohmmeter leads.
6. Reconnect antenna lead. Reconnect static drain resistor, if applicable.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
6. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
7. Remove “tag-out” procedures and inform Operational Supervisor that the
antenna is ready for service.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
DEHYDRATOR SYSTEM
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
DAILY (Monday through Friday excluding Holidays)
Perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
Check the system for proper pressure (10 psi) output to antenna
manifolds. Record the system air pressure readings and report any
abnormalities/unusual occurrences.
Ensure automatic drain valve is operating.
Repair all noted deficiencies as required.
WEEKLY
Perform the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Record all coaxial transmission line pressure readings.
Drain Dehydrator tanks of all accumulated water and moisture.
Check dehydrator system air driers for proper operation.
Check all dehydrator system desiccants for proper color. Change if
required.
5. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
6. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all
noted deficiencies.
7. Return all equipment to operational status and inform Operational
Supervisor that the equipment is ready for service.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
MICROWAVE TOWER AND PARABOLIC ANTENNA
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
1.
2.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT APPLICABLE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Perform all antenna “tag-out” procedures prior to performing any
maintenance action(s).
2. Using proper safety precautions make a climbing inspection of the microwave
tower.
3. Check structural steel tower, ladder, and safety bar for rust; corrosion;
loose, missing, twisted bowed, bent or broken members.
4. Check splices bolts and rivets for rust, corrosion, loose, missing or
broken welds or other damage.
5. Check waveguide and tower conduits for rigid mounting damage, loose or
missing hardware.
6. Inspect the parabolic antenna, antenna support plates, antenna and
waveguide leads, rotation adjustment screws, reflector assembly absorbers,
shrouds, RF gaskets, radome, sway bars for assemblies, antenna support hinge
bolts, locking bolt sets for elevation and azimuth fine adjustments and jam
ruts for rust, corrosion, loose or missing hardware, broken welds and other
damage. Repair as required.
7. Inspect each level where tower support guys are connected. Inspect guys
and attachment hardware for proper mounting, weld cracks, rust or corrosion.
8. Check all painted surfaces for rust, corrosion, cracking, scaling, peeling,
wrinkling, allegation, chalking, fading and complete loss of paint. Spot
paint as required.
9. Check all non-painted (galvanized) surfaces for rust, corrosion or metallic
fatigue. Correct galvanized coating as required to prevent further rusting or
corrosion.
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9. Inspect and correct all concrete tower footer and grout cracks, spalls
or other abnormalities.
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10.Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
11.Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
12.Return all equipment to operational status and inform Operational
Supervisor that the equipment is ready for service.
SEMI-ANNUAL
Perform the following:
1. Perform all antenna “tag-out” procedures prior to performing any
maintenance action.
2. Inspect antenna foundations for cracked, broken or spalled concrete.
Repair as required.
3. Check anchor hardware for rust or corrosion, missing or loose bolts and
clamps. Insure turnbuckles are properly safety wired and grounded to the
station ground system.
4. Inspect the tower climbing ladder and Safety Cable system for any signs of
loose hardware; missing safety bolts or nuts; loose or missing safety wire;
corrosion on hardware. If any discrepancies are noted they will be corrected
immediately.
5. Inspect the tower ground wires and earth ring using earth ground
measurement tester. Unearth and correct any deficiencies.
6. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
7. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
8. Return all equipment to operational status and inform Operational
Supervisor that the equipment is ready for service.
9. Remove all “tag-outs”.
in service.
Inform Operations Supervisor that the tower is back
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
WOOD POLES AND ACCESSORIES
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
3.
4.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ANNUALLY
1. Sound-cast poles with hammer for hollowness or decay from ground line to
the highest point reached from a standing position.
2. Check poles for decay, damage, splits, alignment, and insect and fungus
infestation.
3. Check crossarms and buckarms for splits, burns, decay, damage, and insect
and fungus infestation.
4. Check insulators and pins for cracks, breaks, looseness, rust, corrosion
and damage.
5. Check tie wires and line wires for looseness, chafing, slippage or other
damage.
6. Check ground wires for corrosion, frayed or broken strands, signs of
overheating, and proper connection to ground rod.
7. Check protective moldings for looseness, cracks and damage.
8. Check guy wires for looseness, corrosion and damage.
9. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
10 Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
11 Return all equipment to operational status and inform Operational
Supervisor that the equipment is ready for service.
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ANTENNA MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
DIPOLE ANTENNAS
WARNING
Refer to Chapter 2 of the Antenna Maintenance Manual and follow the safety precautions outlined.
3.
4.
Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device and tag “out of service”, or if
an antenna multicoupler is used, disconnect the antenna input at the multicoupler and tag “out of
service”.
Connect grounding lead from transmission line at antenna to ground prior to performing maintenance
on antenna.
SAFETY – COMPLY WITH ALL CURRENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MONTHLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
3. Using binoculars as necessary or working from an elevated platform,
inspect antenna and transmission line(s) for:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
Loose or missing bolts and hardware
Damaged or missing elements
Loose clamps, clips or turnbuckles
Loose guy wires
Damaged or missing insulators
Excessive sag in radiators
Spacing of feedlines and feedline connections
Corrosion or other signs of deterioration
Indication of arcing
Damaged or missing obstruction light fixtures (if applicable)
Support Tower Angles
Array symmetry
Rust or Corrosion on tower or other metal parts
4. Inspect balun on transmitting antenna for oil leaks. (NOTE: Use
TEMPILABEL temperature sensors to detect early failure of core material
in balun. Solar reflecting point should be applied to the balun unit in
tropical regions. A pitfall for all balun units is heat, if over-heated,
normally caused by an impedance mismatch, the permeability of the
ferrite core material will change when saturation occurs and in most
cases will not return to spec value after the core cools down. Excess
heat is an indicator that the antenna VSWR should be checked).
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5. Inspect ground area(s) and anchor area; ensure that grass, weeds, or
other vegetation are not more than six inches high.
6. Inspect all foundations (concrete or otherwise) and guy anchorages for
cracked, broken, or spalled concrete; exposed reinforcing; movement or
settlement; and/or movement due to environmental forces (e.g.
earthquake, frost, high winds, etc.). If deficiencies are found, the
antenna must be placed in a demand maintenance mode and the deficiency
corrected.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
8. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
9. At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
QUARTERLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
3. Working from an elevated work platform (basket lift device) where
necessary, and using binoculars, inspect all insulators for cracks,
chipping and pitting. Clean all insulators with Inhibisol or similar
approved cleaning agent. Replace all chipped, cracked or broken
insulators.
4. Inspect radiators for excessive sag. Check radiators tension.
5. Check feedline connections to radiating elements for tightness. Ensure
radiating elements are securely attached to support catenary assembly.
Clean and tighten as necessary.
6. Inspect guy wire turnbuckles for cracking of flaking of preservative
coating. If required:
a. Clean turnbuckle using wire brush and Inhibisol
b. Wipe turnbuckle with a clean rag
c. Apply a thin film of corrosion preventive compound to turnbuckle
threads (NO-OX-ID)
d. Use Penetrox “A” on all aluminum to aluminum junctions
e. Check the tension of the antenna support guys and re-tension if
required
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7. Check structural integrity of guy points aloft and ground level anchor
points with a dye penetrant test. Flaws and cracks will become very
apparent when using this test.
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8. Inspect Matching Unit feedlines and spark Gaps. Correct deficiencies.
9. Check to ensure Coax Cables are secure. Correct deficiencies.
10.Inspect all RF connections. Ensure all connections are tight and free
from corrosion. Correct deficiencies.
11.Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
12.Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
13. At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
ANNUALLY
Perform the following:
1. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag the antenna “out of service”. If an antenna multicoupler is
used, disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
2. Remove antenna patch at antenna matrix or use a suitable lock-out device
and tag “out of service”, or if an antenna multicoupler is used,
disconnect antenna input at multicoupler and tag “out of service”.
3. Prior to performing any maintenance on the antenna connect a grounding
lead from the transmission line balun outputs located on the antenna, to
a suitable grounding point.
4. Using two surveyor’s transits set between 90 and 120 degrees at a
distance of one times the tower height check the plumb set of the two
supporting towers to ensure they are within the specifications as
outlined on the manufacturers As-Built drawings. If towers are not plumb
IAW the original drawing specifications, adjust guys to bring tower
within specifications. Guy tensions should be set using a dynamometer or
tensiometer at each guy (approximately 1120lbs of tension). Correct
causative factors as required.
5. Inspect safety fencing around antenna. Make repairs as required.
6. Perform electrical Tests VSWR, Megger and TDR as outlined in Chapter 6
and Appendix C of the Antenna Maintenance Manual.
7. Report on 3M Maintenance Action Form all discrepancies noted.
8. Implement appropriate corrective maintenance actions to repair all noted
deficiencies.
9. At completion of maintenance, remove grounding strap(s) from
transmission line(s) center conductor(s) (which may require climbing/use
of lift platform) and return the antenna to normal readiness condition.
Inform supervisory/operations personnel that maintenance is complete and
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that the antenna is ready for service. Return matrix lock key and/or
bars and clear tag-out log as applicable.
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