Jul 06, 2017 3:47 pm The Contractor shall provide all personnel, management, quality control, and any other supplies and services (not government furnished) necessary to develop and execute suicide prevention, which includes a form of interactive role plays to support the Fort Hood Re-integration Training. The Contractor shall develop an interactive, branching storyline script. . The training and role plays shall be performed for Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, Retirees and Family Members. The Contractor shall provide all requirements for script content and writers, performers, understudies and all other requirements to produce and perform the training and role plays. The Contractor shall execute a 1 1⁄2 hour facilitated interactive training session, with professional actors, that includes several 10-15 minutes role played scenarios that demonstrate the primary objectives. Training sessions shall be conducted at 1000, 1300 and 1500 hours in the Palmer Theater on Fort Hood for Suicide Prevention training. The play will be conducted every Wednesday with the exception of the two weeks during the Christmas and New Year's holiday. The Contractor shall be responsible for assembly and disassembly of all production and performance equipment. If/when a scheduled training day changes, the Government will notify the Contractor of the change at least 72 hours before the scheduled training day. All training performances will be conducted on Fort Hood and its responsible areas. The Contractor shall perform all work identified in this PWS to professional writer and actor theatrical standards.
The Government's primary objectives are:
• To promote suicide prevention awareness to Soldiers, DA civilians, Retirees and Family Members.
• Minimize the adverse effects of suicidal behavior on unit cohesion. Preserve mission effectiveness and war fighting capability.
• To reduce the stigma of seeking mental health, substance abuse, and suicide prevention services
• Provide information to recognize at risk behavior.
• Improve reporting and portrayals of suicidal behavior, mental illness and substance abuse in the Army.
• Encourage help seeking behavior.
• To ensure all members of the military community are aware of tools, programs, services, and resources available to address stressors generated by relationship challenges
• Provide information and education designed to support strong, self-reliant Families and to enhance coping skills.
• Fosters practice of individual well-being, community safety, promote personnel preparedness, self-sufficiency and community cohesion.
This action will be conducted as a commercial service acquisition in accordance with FAR Part 12 (Acquisition of Commercial Items) in conjunction with the policies and procedures for solicitation, evaluation and award prescribed in FAR Part 13 (Simplified Acquisition Procedures). This procurement is 100% set aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code applicable to this requirement is 611430 and the Small Business Size Standard is $11M. The resultant contract will be a Firm Fixed Price Contract with a base year beginning 1 November 2017 through 31 October 2018, with two one-year option periods.
The Government anticipates issuing a Request for Proposal (RFQ), W91151-17-R-0038, on or about 2 August 2017 with a tentative closing date of 3 September 2017. No paper copies of the solicitation will be mailed and telephone requests will not be honored. Offers must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM), accessed via the Internet at http://www.sam.gov
. In order to receive an award, the NAICS code identified above must be listed on your SAM profile. Offers pricing, any required licenses/accreditations, and representations and certifications shall be submitted with bid. All responsible, responsive and timely bids will be considered for award.