COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICIATION FA4484-18-Q-0006AB

Protestant Education Coordinator Service

This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial services prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice.

This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued.

Solicitation number FA4484-18-Q-0006AB is being issued as a request for quote (RFQ) using simplified acquisition procedures. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-96 (effective 06 Nov 17) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement 20171228 (effective 28 Dec 17). It is the contractor's responsibility to be familiar with applicable clauses and provisions. This requirement is being issued as 100% small business.

The North American Industrial Classification System Code is 813110 Chapel Services, with a small business size standard of $7M. The government intends to issue a fixed price purchase order.

Quoted prices shall include itemized pricing for each Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) as follows:

CLIN 0001 - Protestant Religious Education Coordinator Services in accordance with the attached performance work statement (PWS).

Base Year: 1 Aug 2018 - 31 Jul 2019

Monthly Price

$_____________

TOTAL for 12 Months: $_____________

CLIN 1001 - Protestant Religious Education Coordinator Services in accordance with the attached performance work statement (PWS).

Option Year 1: 1 Aug 2019 - 31 Jul 2020

Monthly Price

$_____________

TOTAL for 12 Months: $_____________

CLIN 2001 - Protestant Religious Education Coordinator Services in accordance with the attached performance work statement (PWS).

Option Year 2: 1 Aug 2020 - 31 Jul 2021

Monthly Price

$_____________

TOTAL for 12 Months: $_____________

CLIN 3001 - Protestant Religious Education Coordinator Services in accordance with the attached performance work statement (PWS).

Option Year 3: 1 Aug 2021 - 31 Jul 2022

Monthly Price

$_____________

TOTAL for 12 Months: $_____________

CLIN 4001 - Protestant Religious Education Coordinator Services in accordance with the attached performance work statement (PWS).

Option Year 4: 1 Aug 2022 - 31 Jul 2023

Monthly Price

$_____________

TOTAL for 12 Months: $_____________

QUOTES DUE DATE

:

All quotes are due no later than

2:00 PM EST 16 Jul 2018

.

Quotes may be emailed to

Ramnarine.Mahadeo.1@us.af.mil

ATTACHMENTS

:

1. Federal Acquisition Regulation 52.212-3, Alternate 1 to be filled out by all offerors.

2. Burlington County Wage Determination 2015-4191 Rev 5 dated 10 Jan 2018.

3. Security Forces Squadron Appendix.

APPLICABLE PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES

: Clauses and provisions incorporated by reference may be accessed via the Internet at http://farsite.hill.af.mil/ or

http://www.arnet.far.gov/

.

Federal Acquisition Regulation:

52.203-17

Contractor Employee Whistleblower Rights and Requirement To Inform Employees

of Whistleblower Rights

52.204-7

System for Award Management

52.204-10

Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards

52.204-13

System for Award Management Maintenance,

52.204-16

Commercial and Government Entity Code Reporting

52.204-18

Commercial and Government Entity Code Maintenance

52.212-1

Instructions to Offerors- Commercial Items,

ADDENDUM 52.212-1

A.

To assure timely and equitable evaluation of offers, offerors must follow the instructions contained herein.

Offerors are required to meet all solicitation requirements, including terms and conditions, representations and certifications, and technical requirements, in addition to those identified as evaluation factors.

Offerors must clearly identify any exception to the solicitation terms and conditions and provide complete accompanying rationale.

The response shall consist of two (2) separate parts; Part

I - Technical and Part II - Price

B.

The contracting officer has determined there is a high probability of adequate price competition in this acquisition.

Upon examination of the initial offers, the contracting officer will review this determination and if, in the contracting officer's opinion, adequate price competition exists, no additional data will be requested and certification under

FAR 15.406-2

will not be required.

However, if at any time during this competition the contracting officer determines that adequate price competition no longer exists; offerors may be required to submit cost data to the extent necessary for the contracting officer to determine the reasonableness and affordability of the price.

C.

Specific Instructions:

1.

PART I - TECHNICAL:

Offerors shall provide documentation the meets or exceeds the qualifications/education as required by the performance work statement paragarph 2.1.

2.

PART II - PRICE:

Insert proposed unit and extended prices each contract line item number (CLIN).

The extended amount must equal the whole dollar unit price multiplied by the number of units.

General Information

FEDERAL HOLIDAYS: The following Federal Legal Holidays are observed by this base:

New Year's Day 1 January

Martin Luther King's Birthday Third Monday in January

Presidents Day Third Monday in February

Memorial Day Last Monday in May

Independence Day 4 July

Labor Day First Monday in September

Columbus Day Second Monday in October

Veterans Day 11 November

Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in November

Christmas Day 25 December

52.212-2

Evaluation- Commercial Items

ADDENDUM 52.212-2

a. Basis for Contract Award

This is a Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) award decision conducted in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and as supplemented by the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and the Air Force Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (AFFARS).

These regulations are available electronically at the Air Force (AF) FARSite, http://farsite.hill.af.mil.

The Government will select the loweset priced offer that meets the qualifications/education of the performance work statement.

A contract may be awarded to the offeror who is deemed responsible in accordance with the FAR Part 9.1, as supplemented, whose quote conforms to the solicitation's requirements (to include all stated terms, conditions, representations, certifications, and all other information required by this solicitation) and is judged to represent the lowest price technically acceptable quote.

b. Solicitation Requirements, Terms and Conditions

Offerors are required to meet all solicitation requirements, such as terms and conditions, representations and certifications, and technical requirements, in addition to those identified as factors or subfactors.

Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the solicitation may result in the offeror being ineligible for award.

Offerors must clearly identify any exception to the solicitation terms and conditions and must provide complete supporting rationale.

The Government reserves the right to determine any such exceptions unacceptable.

c. Technical Factor

The Government's technical evaluation team shall evaluate the technical offers on an acceptable or unacceptable basis.

An

"Unacceptable" rating will render the entire quote unacceptable and, therefore, unawardable.

Technically acceptable is defined as providing documentation that meets or exceeds the qualifications/education as stated in paragraph 2.1 of the performance work statement.

Offerors must provide documentation of this technical performance.

Offerors who fail to provide this documentation will render their quote unacceptable.

52.212-3

Offeror Representations and Certifications -- Commercial Items.

52.212-4

Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items

52.217-5

Evaluation of Options

52.217-9

Option to Extend the Term of the Contract

52.222-17

Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers

52.222-43

Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Labor Standards -- Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and

Option Contracts).

52.225-25

Affirmative Action Compliance

52.232-18

Availability of Funds

52.232-40

Providing Accelerated Payments to Small Business Subcontractors

52.228-5

Insurance - Work on a Government Installation

ADDENDUM TO FAR 52.228-5

The amount of coverage on all policies shall be commensurate with any state and local requirements and shall be sufficient to meet normal and customary claims.

52.252-1

Solicitations Provision Incorporated by Reference (

http://farsite.hill.af.mil/

)

52.252-2

Clauses Incorporated by Reference (

http://farsite.hill.af.mil/

)

252.203-7000

Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials,

252.203-7002

Requirement to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights

252.203-7005

Representation Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials

252.204-7004

Alternate A, System For Award Management

252.204-7012

Safeguarding of Unclassified Controlled Technical Information

252.225-7048

Export-Controlled Items

252.232-7003

Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports,

252.232-7006

Wide Area Workflow Payment Instructions

252.232-7010

Levies on Contract Payments,

5352.223-9001

Health and Safety on Government Installations

5352.201-9101

Ombudsman

The following provisions/clauses are applicable to FAR 52.212-5:

52.203-6

Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government

52.204-10

Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards

52.209-6

Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or

Proposed for Debarment.

52.219-6

Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside

52.219-14

Limitations on Subcontracting

52.222-21

Prohibition of Segregated Facilities

52.222-26

Equal Opportunity

52.222-35

Equal Opportunity for Veterans

52.222.36

Equal Opportunity for Workers with Disabilities

52.222-37

Employment Reports on Veterans

52.222-40

Notification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act

52.222-50

Combating Trafficking in Persons,

52.223-18

Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging While Driving,

52.225-13

Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases,

52.232-33

Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-System for Award Management.

52.222-55

Minimum Wages Under Executive Order 13658

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: To be considered for this award, Offerors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM)

and Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) database at http://wawf.eb.mil prior to award. Lack of registration will make an offeror ineligible for award. This notice does not obligate the Government to award the contract; it does not restrict the Government's ultimate approach; nor does it obligate the Government to pay for any quote/proposal preparation costs. Quotes must be for all items stated, partial quotes will not be considered. Only firm fixed price offers will be evaluated. Award will be made (all or none) to one vendor.

PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

FOR

PROTESTANT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR SERVICES

AT

JOINT

BASE

MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST,

NEW

JERSEY

87th

ABW/HC

5 May

2018

1.1 SCOPE OF WORK

1.1.1

The contractor shall perform as a Protestant Religious Education (RE) Coordinator (PREC) to provide a comprehensive Protestant Religious Education (PRE) program support for the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Protestant congregation in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Air Force Chaplain Corps (AFI 52-101) and approval by the Protestant RE Chaplain.

Serve as the focal point, advisor, and coordinator for PRE services in accordance with the description/duties identified herein.

Anticipate 100 children and 50 volunteers.

1.2 SPECIFIC TASKS

1.2.1

Contractor shall be required to maintain office hours to perform specific requirements of this PWS to include weekends, evenings and some holidays for special programs.

Historically, contractors have maintained approximately 18 office hours per week and an approximately 120 hours per month for special/seasonal programs.

1.2.1

Plan, direct and implement the various programs, i.e. vacation bible school, annual children's Christmas programs, annual Protestant RE program kickoff celebration, and the advent and Lenten educational outreach programs.

Contractor will coordinate these programs with the Protestant RE chaplain and other activities at least six months prior to program date and adhere to the required program schedules.

1.2.2

Establish and maintain an RE resource program with a broad and orderly assortment of visual aids, object lessons, multi-media support, and general teaching aids to enhance religious education effectiveness in all areas at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Chapel.

1.2.3

Research and select Protestant RE curriculum/material.

Protestant RE Chaplain approval shall be received a minimum of 30 days prior to program start date.

Coordinate facility, administrative and audiovisual support requirements for all RE volunteers.

1.2.4

Provide administrative support, to include purchase requests, curriculum coordination, teacher training, facility reservation, assistance for all Children Church's and Adult Bible Studies.

Train teachers, substitutes, and volunteers; provide workshops as required.

1.2.4.1

All teachers must be 18 years of age or older, complete and receive a favorable background check investigation as listed in para 1.2.13, have formal or informal experience/education with children, be willing to fulfill leadership and support roles in classrooms, assist with teaching and equipping children and teenagers with age appropriate Christian bible lessons.

Inform RE Coordinator of any concerns, resource needs, and provide a weekly attendance report.

1.2.4.2

Contractor must ensure volunteers and teachers are familiar with the facility resources and religious education policies.

Teachers will be provided all needed materials for their training/programs/sessions in sufficient time to be ready.

It is requested that teachers arrive in sufficient time prior to training/program/sessions to ensure the facility is prepared and returned back to its original condition after use.

1.2.4.3

Publish a yearly RE Teacher's Handbook, RE Participant's Handbook and Calendar of event.

1.2.4

Maintain an adult/student ratio in accordance with local guidance as established by the Joint Base Senior Chaplain.

For pre-toddler, 12 months old to 24 months old, have no more than five children per adult.

For preschoolers, three years old to five years old, have no more than 12 children per adult.

1.2.5

Assist with planning for special services such as Christmas Candlelight, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter, and Special Services.

1.2.6

Maintain current Religious Education Continuity Binder(s) including, but not limited to Purchase Records, Disbursement Requests, Facility Requests, After Action Reports, Calendars, Curriculum, Rosters, Procedures, and Training. Files will be accessible to the Protestant RE Chaplain as well as the chapel staff for continuity purposes.

1.2.6.1

Submit after-action reports for each special program and for each semester of regular activities, as directed by the Protestant RE Chaplain.

1.2.6.2

Draft and produce publicity materials for Chapel RE programs in a timely manner, as determined by the Protestant RE Chaplain. Materials will be submitted to Protestant RE Chaplain a minimum of three duty days prior to deadlines for publication, submission, etc.

1.2.6.3

Utilize chapel social media Sites in accordance with established policies.

1.2.7

Attend and participate in chapel meetings as follows: Protestant Advisory Council (PAC) meetings as a non-voting advisor, designated faith group leader meetings, and weekly Chapel staff meetings. Additionally, the coordinator will participate in the annual Protestant planning meeting.

Research and compile religious education statistical information using charts, graphs, and reports as requested for presentation at the quarterly PAC meeting. Reports shall be submitted to the Protestant RE Chaplain a minimum of five duty days prior to meeting date.

1.2.7.1

In consultation with the Protestant RE Chaplain, develop and submit an 18-month annual planning calendar each April to be reviewed at the annual PAC planning meeting, to include summer events and the following RE year (September-June), two weeks prior to the anticipated meeting date.

1.2.7.2

Assist in the development of annual Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund (CTOF) budgets, as directed by the Protestant RE Chaplain. Request funds for the purchase of books, materials, equipment, and supplemental services using the CTOF request forms, in accordance with local operating instructions and procedures.

1.2.7.3

Identify, prepare, and submit annual curriculum orders, library, and supply requirements to the Protestant RE Chaplain for approval.

Maintain an accurate and current inventory of all curriculum and resource materials.

1.2.8

Maintain chapel facilities, equipment, and RE Program spaces.

Prepare and clean rooms, equipment, and supplies each week. Report room/facility problems to facility manager or Chapel Superintendent within one duty day. Follow up with Protestant RE Chaplain as necessary for unresolved issues.

Ensure that all facilities used are properly secured, to include all doors and windows, following the conclusion of a program.

1.2.8.1

Do not sign out any chapel property without prior written approval of the Joint Base Senior Chaplain and Chapel Superintendent.

All equipment signed out must be accounted for with AF 1297 and inspected prior to return for damages.

1.2.8.2

Provide annual submission of facility request forms by deadline established by Chapel Facilities OI as well as any one-time usage request forms as soon as the need for facility space is known to the Protestant RE Chaplain, or his/her designate.

1.2.8.3

Be responsible for keys provided by the government. For access to the facility during non-duty hours as well as office access, a key or keys will be provided. Keys shall be safeguarded and will not be duplicated or loaned to others.

All keys will be returned on revocation of this service agreement. Contractor will report any duplicated, lost or misplaced keys to the government within one (1) hour of the discovery of the occurrence to the Protestant Chaplain. Contractor will reimburse the government for replacement of all locks or rekeying required as a result of keys being duplicated, lost or misplaced by Contractor or while under the responsibility of Contractor. Contractor will be responsible for security of facilities and property made available by the government in conjunction with the performance of this service agreement. Contractor will also employ accountability methods consistent with Chapel Operating Instructions. Contractor must secure the facility as appropriate.

1.2.9

Participate in the preparation of MAJCOM and Wing directed inspections and briefings. Implement policies pertinent to the RE program in conjunction with the Protestant RE Chaplain.

1.2.9.1

Contractor shall project a professional demeanor at all times.

1.2.10

Communication skills, both orally and writing are clear and concise with all.

Communicate with parents/sponsors concerning student absences or disciplinary problems in a timely manner.

Consult with the Protestant RE Chaplain about any and all disciplinary problems.

If the disciplinary problem remains unresolved, the RE Coordinator and the Protestant RE Chaplain will elevate the matter to the Joint Base Senior Chaplain and Superintendent.

Contractor will make every effort to solve matters at the lowest level.

1.2.11

Participate in chapel decorating/un-decorating and other clean-up/work days if they do not conflict with an established RE program.

1.2.12

Contractor will participate in the planning process for the following year's schedule, budget, and activities. Specific timelines are identified in Parish Manual, JB MDL Chapel OI 52-2, and the PAC processes.

1.2.13

Ensure all volunteers working with youth below 18 years of age receive the required background check as described in DoDI 1402.5 and local operating procedures at the government's expense.

Background check requirements shall be completed prior to any and all volunteer participation.

Maintain/monitor volunteer background checklists, to include background check requirements, paperwork, and expiration dates.

2.1 QUALIFICATION/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

2.1.1

The contractor must meet/exceed the following qualifications:

2.1.1.1 Minimum of 3 years documented experience in Christian Religious studies or teaching, coordinating or directing a religious education (RE) program in a chapel/church setting.

Bachelor's Degree in Theology preferred but not required.

2.1.1.2 Must be proficient in the use of computers and the Microsoft Office Suite application.

2.1.1.3 Must be able to work within the pluralistic environment of the Chaplain Corps and effectively communicate with a variety of age groups ranging anywhere from infants to adults.

2.1.1.4 Must submit two letters of reference supporting all the above qualifications.

SERVICES DELIVERY SUMMARY (SDS).

The service requirements are summarized into performance outcomes that relate directly to mission essential items.

The performance thresholds describe the minimum acceptable levels of service required for each requirement.

SDS#

PERFORMANCE

REQUIREMENT

PWS PARAGRAPH

PERFORMANCE

STANDARD

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

1

Maintain office hours

1.2.1

Hours must be IAW the core hours listed in 8.1 of PWS

Periodic Evaluation

2

Plan, direct and implement the various programs

1.2.2

Coordinate programs with PRE chaplain

Periodic Evaluation

3

Establish and maintain an RE resource program

1.2.3

Enhance religious education effectiveness in all areas

Periodic Evaluation

4

Research and select Protestant RE curriculum/material

1.2.4

Coordination with PRE chaplain

Periodic Evaluation

5

Provide administrative support

1.2.5,1.2.5.1,1.2.5.2 &1.2.5.3

Recruit and train teachers, substitutes, and volunteers; provide workshops as required

Periodic Evaluation

6

Maintain/monitor background checklists

1.2.13

Provide forms for teachers/volunteers to complete background check requirements

Evaluated with each new teacher/volunteer

7

Report Attendance

1.2.4.1

Work with teachers/volunteers for weekly attendance

Periodic Evaluation

3.1 ESTIMATED WORKLOAD

3.1.1

Contractor

will

not

perform

the

tasks of, receptionist

dutie

s, t

asking(s)

received

from

anyone

other

than

the

Protestant

RE

chaplain

or

his/her

designee.

This

includes

tasking

from

other

Joint

Base

m

ission

partners

not

coordinated

through

the designated

Protestant

RE

chaplain.

Fill

out

forms

for

other

contractors

or

volunteers.

May

assist

in

filling

out

purchase

requests

electronically

for

volunteers

without

access

to

government

computer

system.

4.1 GENERAL INFORMATION

4.1.1

Non-personal services and/or inherently governmental services.

4.1.1.1

The Government will neither supervise contractor employees nor control the method by which the contractor performs the required tasks.

It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to manage its employees and to guard against any actions that are of the nature of personal services, or give the perception of personal services.

If the contractor feels that any actions constitute, or are perceived to constitute personal services, it shall be the contractor's responsibility to notify the PCO immediately.

These services shall not be used to perform work of a policy/decision making or management nature of personal services, or give the perception of personal services.

If the contractor feels that any actions constitute, or are perceived to constitute personal services, it shall be the contractor's responsibility to notify the PCO immediately.

These services shall not be used to perform work of a policy/decision making or management nature, (e.g., inherently governmental functions).

All decisions relative to programs supported by the contractor shall be the sole responsibility of the Government.

5.1 GOVERNMENT PROVIDED FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES

5.1.1

Requirement for supplies will be submitted in writing to the designated Protestant RE Chaplain in accordance with local operating procedures.

5.1.2

Government-owned equipment will not be tampered with or removed from government facilities prior to the approval of the Joint Base Senior Chaplain and Chapel Superintendent.

If approved by the Joint Base Senior Chaplain, equipment moved from Chapel facilities will be signed out with an AF IMT 1297 by the Chapel Superintendent or facility manager.

5.1.3

The government provides office furniture, equipment, expendable office supplies and other items deemed necessary to perform services described in this PWS. Equipment may be shared with other contractors or chapel staff as necessary.

The contractor supplies preferred supplies, along with personal transportation.

6.1 PERFORMANCE LOCATIONS

6.1.1

Protestant Religious Education Coordinator shall provide services at the following chapels (McGuire bldg. 2503, Dix bldg. 5240, and North bldg. 3827) on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

7.1 CORE DUTY HOURS

7.1.1

Contractor historically work in the office a minimum of 18 regularly scheduled office hours per week.

Office hours are usually during normal duty hours (0730-1630 Monday through Friday) on at least three different weekdays. Office hours include coordination, meetings, consultation, and program planning.

7.1.1.1

In addition to office hours, a minimum of six regularly scheduled program hours per week.

Program hours consist of regularly scheduled Religious Education programs, Children's Church programs, special events (ex: VBS, Fall Kick-off, etc.), seasonal programs (ex: Harvest Festival, Christmas Plays, etc.).

7.1.1.2

Must be available to work weekends and evenings for special programs.

May be required to provide services on some Federal Holidays in conjunction with religious observances.

Shall develop and post a schedule of consistent office/program hours in coordination with and approval of the Protestant RE Chaplain.

7.1.2

The following Federal Legal Holidays are observed by this base and may require contractor to work regardless of holiday, New Year's Day 1 January, Martin Luther King's Birthday Third Monday in January, Presidents Day Third Monday in February, Memorial Day Last Monday in May, Independence Day 4 July, Labor Day First Monday in September, Columbus Day Second Monday in October, Veterans Day 11 November, Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in November and Christmas Day 25 December.

MEDICAL STATEMENT FOR CONTRACTS

Health Care: The medical treatment facility will provide urgent healthcare to contract employees (a contract employee is not a Government employee but is a contractor or an employee of a contractor) for injuries occurring while on duty. Urgent healthcare is defined as medical care authorized to the extent necessary to save life or limb and prevent undue pain and suffering. The contract employee will be transferred to a civilian medical facility as soon as the contract employee is stabilized.

The cost of such treatment will be paid for, in full, within a reasonable period of time, by the contract employee and will not be borne by the 87th Medical Group, the United States Air Force or the Government. An AF Form 1127, Hospital Invoice/Receipt/Accounts Receivable Record, will be prepared to ensure collection and/or billing of charges. If a contract employee cannot pay for the treatment at the time of discharge, a statement of charges and a letter of indebtedness will be completed and billed to the contract employee for medical services rendered. An Accounts Receivable Record will be established for each contract employee who receives medical care and is unable to pay at the time of discharge. Follow-up on Accounts Receivable will be completed in accordance with AFMAN 41-120, Medical Resource Management Operations. After an Accounts Receivable Record is established and billing for outpatient medical services has occurred, the SF 558, Medical Record - Emergency Care and Treatment, will be annotated with the date of billing and the voucher number. It will then be forwarded to Outpatient Records in order to be filed in a temporary folder.

The contract employee shall ensure that he/she provides timely notice to his/her medical insurance company and that if the insurance company is to make payment, the insurance company has adequate information and documentation to make payment. A contract employee treated for injuries caused during a natural disaster is not charged for outpatient care.

ANTITERRORISM_STATEMENT

Reference:

*

Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 2000.16, DoD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards, 02 OCT 2006,

paragraph E3.18, DoD Standard 18

*

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) (Reference (r)) reflects current DoD AT

security requirements for defense contractors

*

Joint Publication 3-07.2 Antiterrorism

Terrorism is defined as:

The calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculcate fear; intended to coerce or to intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological. See also antiterrorism; combating terrorism; counterterrorism; force protection condition; terrorist; terrorist groups.

Antiterrorism - As a prelude and during performance of any contract, it is critical that the Contractor be supportive of all Department of Defense (DoD) requirements to protect personnel and their families, installations, facilities, information, and other resources from terrorist acts.

All Contractors and Sub-Contractors are responsible for providing their personnel information on the JB MDL Antiterrorism Program.

During performance of work, personnel security and protection of resources is critical for the installation to maintain a safe work environment.

Contractors and contracted personnel will be alert for any suspicious activities while on the installation.

If any situation appears to be suspicious, immediate actions must be taken to properly notify the 87th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) Emergency Control Center at 609-754-6001.

Contractors must ensure that contracted personnel and vehicles are strictly controlled during performance of duty.

For instance, Contractors shall use reasonable efforts to prevent any personnel or equipment from being placed in harm's way or in a position that could aid or abet terrorists.

It is strongly recommended that all contracted personnel take the computer-based training (CBT) for the DoD-approved Antiterrorism Level I Training at https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/.

Contractors are encouraged to contact the JB MDL Antiterrorism Office at 609-754-1397 for information regarding the installation Antiterrorism Program.

REMEMBER IF YOU SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING

REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY TO 87 SFS AT 609-754-6001

Attachments

Dates

Deadline: Monday, July 16, 2018

Date Published: Friday, July 13, 2018

Date Updated: Friday, July 13, 2018

Contact

Ramnarine Mahadeo

ramnarine.mahadeo.1@us.af.mil

2402 Vandenburg, McGuire AFB, New Jersey 08641

(609) 754-3956

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