CLOTHING MANUFACTURER NEEDED
Clothing, individual equipment & insignia
315 -- Apparel Manufacturing/315220 -- Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing
Subject: SPE1C1-14-R-0074 and SPE1C1-14-R-0075
Two solicitations will be issued representing 50% of the total requirement for the Army Shirts: For each solicitation the guaranteed minimum quantity will be 91,795 for a combination of each item under the base term and each option term; maximum quantity will be 1,434,300 over the life of each contract. This will be an indefinite delivery type contract, and there will be four (4) 12 month option terms. Both solicitations will be 100% Total Small Business Set-Asides.
The items to be purchased are as follows:
Item 0001: Army Men's L/S Dress Shirt, White 512
NSN Series: 8405-01-597-8901(s)
*AEQ: 215,916 (50% of AEQ is 107,958)
Item 0002: Army Men's S/S Dress Shirt, White 512
*AEQ: 211,860 (50% of AEQ is 105,930)
Item 0003: Army Men's L/S Dress Shirt, Gray 510
*AEQ: 7,200 (50% of AEQ is 3,600)
Item 0004: Army Men's S/S Dress Shirt, Gray 510
*AEQ: 24,000 (50% of AEQ is 12,000)
*NOTE: Annual Estimated Quantity (AEQ)
Deliveries are ESTIMATED at 20,000 per month beginning 120 days after date of award. Destination will be Pendergrass, GA
The solicitations will utilize the Low Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA), FAR 15.101-2. The Government intends to award to the firm offering the lowest evaluated price and who is deemed "technically acceptable." Technical Acceptability is being defined herein as compliance with the terms and conditions of the solicitation. The following technical factors will be used for award evaluation: 1. Product Demonstration Model (PDM) and 2. Past Performance Confidence Assessment. In accordance with FAR 15.101-2(b)(1), award will be made on the basis of lowest evaluated price of proposals meeting or exceeding the acceptability standards for non-cost factors. For this acquisition, the non-cost factor is "Technical Factor: the offeror's proposal clearly meets the minimum requirements of the solicitation by taking no exceptions to the terms and conditions of the solicitation and must have an ACCEPTABLE rating in PDM and an ACCEPTABLE rating in the Past Performance to be considered for award.
Availability of solicitations, FAR 5.102(d) applies, as our office no longer issues solicitations or amendments in paper form.
Solicitation will be posted on https://www.dibbs.bsm.dla.mil/ Detailed system requirements and instructions for registration can be found on the DLA DIBBS Home Page accessed on https://www.dibbs.bsm.dla.mil/. A few highlights of the information that will be found include: 1. On the DLA Internet Bulletin Board System (DIBBS) Home Page, click the VENDOR REGISTRATION link to begin the registration process. 2. In order to register for access to secure portions of DLA DIBBS, the company you are representing must already be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) (https://www.sam.gov/index.html#1). 3. A Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code registration will be processed immediately. A User ID will appear on the registration screen and a password will be sent separately to the email address of the Super User. If a CAGE is already registered on DLA DIBBS, the name and email address of the Super User will be provided. The Super User should be contacted to set-up additional accounts, logons and passwords for their CAGE. DIBBS Super User * If your CAGE has already been registered on DIBBS, the name and email address of the person designated as your super user will be provided. * The representative who starts the DIBBS registration process has the option to accept their CCR registration POC as the DIBBS super user, or they can designate themselves or another person to act as the super user for the CAGE. * The super user acts as the account administrator for a CAGE. They can add up to ninety-eight (98) additional users, provide user IDs and passwords, modify existing users, and control the login status of each user for their CAGEs through My Account (Account Maintenance).
****The Defense appropriations and authorization acts and other statutes (including what is commonly referred to as "The Berry Amendment") impose restrictions on the DoD's acquisition of foreign products and services. Generally, Clothing and Textile items (as defined in DFARS clause 252.225-7012) and "specialty metals" (as defined in DFARS clause 252.225-7014), including the materials and components thereof (other than sensors, electronics, or other items added to, and not normally associated with clothing), must be grown, reprocessed, reused, melted or produced in the United States, its possessions or Puerto Rico, unless one of the DFARS 225.7002-2 exceptions applies.
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