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National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center International Space Station (ISS) Cargo Mission National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center International Space Station (ISS) Cargo Mission Contract (CMC) Pre-proposal Conference Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Cargo Mission Contract 1

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • Welcome - 9: 00 a. m. o National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • Welcome - 9: 00 a. m. o BG/Eric Schell, Contracting Officer • Opening Remarks – 9: 05 a. m. o BG/Gail Skowron, Manager, ISS Procurement Officer • Procurement Overview – 9: 20 a. m. o BG/Eric Schell, Contracting Officer • Pricing Instructions – 9: 40 a. m. o BD/Rosa Arevalo, Pricing Analyst • Safety and Health – 10: 05 a. m. o NS/Connie Pritchard, Safety Office • Draft RFP Highlights – 10: 20 a. m. o BG/Eric Schell, Contracting Officer • Closing Remarks – 10: 50 a. m. o BG/Eric Schell, Contracting Officer 2 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Safety and Administrative Information • Cell phones should be National Aeronautics and Space Administration Safety and Administrative Information • Cell phones should be in the “off” or “vibrate” setting Fire Exits Fire Exit • Restrooms can be found in the hallway outside this ballroom • Fire exits are the front entrance and side exit doors. In the event of a fire, you must move at least 75 ft away from the building. Fire Exit Restrooms 3 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Disclaimer • These slides are not to be interpreted National Aeronautics and Space Administration Disclaimer • These slides are not to be interpreted as a comprehensive description of the requirements in the Draft Request For Proposal (RFP) • To the extent there any inconsistencies between this briefing and the solicitation, the solicitation will govern 4 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Opening Remarks Gail Skowron Manager, ISS Procurement Officer 5 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Opening Remarks Gail Skowron Manager, ISS Procurement Officer 5 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Procurement Overview Eric Schell Contracting Officer 6 Cargo Mission National Aeronautics and Space Administration Procurement Overview Eric Schell Contracting Officer 6 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Source Evaluation Board SOURCE SELECTION AUTHORITY Mike Suffredini (OA) National Aeronautics and Space Administration Source Evaluation Board SOURCE SELECTION AUTHORITY Mike Suffredini (OA) SEB Evaluators Tom Costello, Chair (OD) Eric Schell, Contracting Officer (BG) Kevin Engelbert (OC) Paul Rathbun (OB) Stan Siemienski (OE) Pedro Rivera (MV) Sandy Boriak (OH) Jenny Arkinson, Recorder (BG) 7 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Background • The purpose of this Pre-proposal Conference is: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Background • The purpose of this Pre-proposal Conference is: – To help Industry understand the Government’s requirements and objectives pertaining to the Draft RFP NNJ 09 ZBG 003 R for the International Space Station (ISS) Program Cargo Mission Contract (CMC) follow-on contract – To promote competition on the CMC follow-on acquisition for the ISS Program – To encourage offerors to submit questions and comments in writing via the CMC acquisition website or in person during the Pre-proposal Conference no later than December 2, 2009. The Government will officially respond in writing to all questions submitted by posting them to NASA Acquisition Internet Service (NAIS) and the CMC acquisition websites. 8 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Responses to Questions • Verbal questions will be answered National Aeronautics and Space Administration Responses to Questions • Verbal questions will be answered during the Preproposal Conference. Responses to verbal questions will not be considered official. The Government expects that verbal questions received from Industry will be followed up in writing. • If a difference exists between verbal and written responses to questions, the written responses shall govern. 9 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pre-proposal Conference Remarks • Topics covered today are not National Aeronautics and Space Administration Pre-proposal Conference Remarks • Topics covered today are not inclusive and potential offerors should not interpret their inclusion in this briefing as an indicator of importance to the Government • Information provided today is to assist in the development of proposals; however, the Final RFP will take precedence • Continue to monitor the NAIS http: //procurement. nasa. gov and CMC acquisition http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/isscmc websites for updates • Official responses to written (e-mailed) questions will be posted to the CMC acquisition website and NAIS • Final RFP release is planned for January 15, 2010 at which time the technical library will be frozen 10 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Procurement Overview Eric Schell Contracting Officer 11 Cargo Mission National Aeronautics and Space Administration Procurement Overview Eric Schell Contracting Officer 11 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Contractual Highlights • COMPETITION TYPE: Full and Open Competition National Aeronautics and Space Administration Contractual Highlights • COMPETITION TYPE: Full and Open Competition • CONTRACT TYPE: Cost Plus Award Fee and Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) • PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Seven Years Base Period (3 Years) 01/01/11 – 12/31/13 Option One (1 -year) 01/01/14 – 12/31/14 Option Two (1 -year) 01/01/15 – 12/31/15 Option Three (1 -year) 01/01/16 – 12/31/16 Option Four (1 -year) 01/01/17 – 12/31/17 • CONTRACT PHASE-IN: 92 Days prior to Contract Start 12 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Acquisition Milestones Plan Draft RFP Release 11/3/2009 Pre-proposal Conference National Aeronautics and Space Administration Acquisition Milestones Plan Draft RFP Release 11/3/2009 Pre-proposal Conference 11/17/2009 Draft RFP questions Due 12/02/2009 Release Final RFP 01/15/2010 Past Performance Proposal Due Date 03/01/2010 Proposal Due Date 04/01/2010 Contract Award 09/30/2010 Phase-In 10/1/2010 Contract Start 01/01/2011 13 (OA-n)ISSP Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Technical Library • The Technical Library has been posted National Aeronautics and Space Administration Technical Library • The Technical Library has been posted to the CMC acquisition website @ http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/isscmc • In order to gain access to the ISS CMC follow-on technical library, please email the following information to the Contracting Officer or Contract Specialist to obtain a Password and ID o o o o Full Company Name Company Address Point of Contact Phone Number IP Address Foreign Company (Yes/No) CAGE Code 14 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Points of Contact Installation Ombudsman: Melanie Saunders, Associate Director National Aeronautics and Space Administration Points of Contact Installation Ombudsman: Melanie Saunders, Associate Director (Management) 2101 NASA Parkway Telephone Number: 281 -483 -0490 Fax Number: 281 -483 -2200 Ombudsman (Clause II. A. 27, NFS 1852. 215 -84): “…before consulting with an ombudsman, interested parties must first address their concerns, issues, disagreements, and/or recommendations to the Contracting Officer for resolution… If resolution cannot be made by the Contracting Officer, interested parties may contact the installation ombudsman…” 15 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Points of Contact • Points of Contact: • Contracting National Aeronautics and Space Administration Points of Contact • Points of Contact: • Contracting Officer: Eric Schell, 281 -244 -6425 • Contract Specialist: Jenny Arkinson, 281 -244 -0164 • Web Address: http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/isscmc o Click on the “Anonymous Questions to Contracting Officer” link to submit a question o The “Anonymous Questions to Contracting Officer” link will close down after issuance of the Final RFP 16 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Price Instructions Rosa Arevalo Pricing Analyst 17 Cargo Mission National Aeronautics and Space Administration Price Instructions Rosa Arevalo Pricing Analyst 17 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • SEB Pricing Process • Independent Government Estimate National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • SEB Pricing Process • Independent Government Estimate (IGE) • Workbook Templates Overview – Completion Form Workbook Templates • Completion Form Process Flowchart – IDIQ Workbook Templates • IDIQ Process Flowchart – Technical Workbook Templates – Other Workbook Templates • Common Cost Volume Errors 18 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • What does the SEB do National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • What does the SEB do with your cost/price proposal: – Request a DCAA audit for all prime and major subcontractor proposals (Major Subcontractor - annual contract value at or above $10 M) • DCAA Cognizant Audit Office Template (Section L) should be delivered with the Past Performance Volume (March 1, 2010) and Cost Volume (April 1, 2010) 19 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • Read all narrative portions of National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • Read all narrative portions of Cost Volume • • Validate all Offerors’ Excel models Integrate pricing models of prime and major subs Test models Make probable cost adjustments/cost realism (only if necessary) • • • Error Corrections/Reconciliations Incumbent Labor Rates Direct Labor and Indirect Rates Adjustment Technical Evaluation (Labor/Non-Labor Resources) DCAA Audit Results 20 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • Develop Pricing Charts for Presentation National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEB Pricing Process • Develop Pricing Charts for Presentation to the Source Evaluation Board (SEB) & the Source Selection Authority (SSA) – Proposed Cost vs. Probable Cost and Delta – Rationale for Probable Cost Adjustments 21 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Independent Government Estimate (IGE) • What is the IGE? National Aeronautics and Space Administration Independent Government Estimate (IGE) • What is the IGE? – Government’s best estimate of resources (FTE and skill mix) to perform the current SOW – Grass roots estimate, not budgetary • IGE will be provided to Offerors – Completion Form IGE shall be provided for all 7 years by Statement of Work (SOW) • The IGE is not intended to influence the Offeror’s proposed estimates. Offerors shall develop their own estimates that are: – Consistent with Offeror’s Management Approach – Consistent with Offeror’s Technical Approach 22 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • *Completion Form Workbook Templates – – National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • *Completion Form Workbook Templates – – Labor Pricing Template (LPT) Overtime Pricing Template (OPT) Major Subcontractor Cost Summary Template (MSCST) Prime Cost Summary Template (PCST) *Not required of Minor Subcontractors (Annual contract value below $10 M) 23 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Completion Form Flowchart TRST FTEs PRIME LPT & OPT National Aeronautics and Space Administration Completion Form Flowchart TRST FTEs PRIME LPT & OPT MSPT O/H G&A FTEs SUB 1 LPT & OPT O/H G&A FTEs SUB 2 LPT & OPT O/H G&A DIRECT LABOR $ PCST RATES DIRECT LABOR $ SUB 1 MSCST RATES DIRECT LABOR $ RATES TOTAL COST PRIME SUB 2 MSCST T O T A L S U B C O N T R A C T $ 24 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • IDIQ Workbook Templates *IDIQ Rates Development National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • IDIQ Workbook Templates *IDIQ Rates Development Template – Contractor Specific (ICST) **Prime Burdens Template (PBT) **IDIQ Rates Development - Team Template (ITT) **IDIQ Summary Cost Template (ISCT) *Required of Prime and Each Major Subcontractor **Required of Prime Only 25 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration IDIQ Flowchart IDIQ RATES DEVELOPMENT TEMPLATE CONTRACTOR SPECIFIC (ICST) National Aeronautics and Space Administration IDIQ Flowchart IDIQ RATES DEVELOPMENT TEMPLATE CONTRACTOR SPECIFIC (ICST) (PRIME) IDIQ RATES DEVELOPMENT TEMPLATE CONTRACTOR SPECIFIC (ICST) (MAJOR SUB) *FBR **SFBR IDIQ TEAM TEMPLATE (ITT) (PRIME) IDIQ PRIME BURDENS TEMPLATE (PBT) (PRIME) IDIQ COST SUMMARY TEMPLATE (ISCT) (PRIME) **SFBR *FBR - Fully Burdened Rates **SFBR - Subcontractor Fully Burdened Rates 26 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • *Technical Workbook Templates • Efficiency Template National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • *Technical Workbook Templates • Efficiency Template (ET) • Technical Resources Summary Template (TRST) Completion Form • Technical Resources Template (TRT) Completion Form *Not required of Minor Subcontractors (Annual contract value below $10 M) 27 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • Other Workbook Templates – – – National Aeronautics and Space Administration Workbook Templates • Other Workbook Templates – – – – **Minor Subcontractor Pricing Template (MSPT) **Conversion Factor Template (CFT) **Summary Pricing Template (SPT) **Phase-in Template (PIT) *Overhead Template (OHT) *G&A Template (GAT) *Cognizant Audit Office Template (CAOT) *Total Compensation Templates (TC(a), TC(b), TC(c), TC(d), TC(e) *Required of Prime and Each Major Subcontractor **Required of Prime Only 28 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Common Cost Volume Errors • Proposals with omissions: – National Aeronautics and Space Administration Common Cost Volume Errors • Proposals with omissions: – Lack of detail on Overhead, G&A and Other Indirect Rates – Lack of narrative supporting rationale • Logic Issues – Inconsistent content within the proposal • Failure to follow template instructions: – Using hard numbers instead of formulas where appropriate – Placing Fully Burdened Labor Rates where Direct Labor Rates are Required 29 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Common Cost Volume Errors (Cont’d) • Lack of reconciliation National Aeronautics and Space Administration Common Cost Volume Errors (Cont’d) • Lack of reconciliation between different areas of the proposal – Technical – Management – Cost 30 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Cost Proposal Questions? 31 Cargo Mission Contract National Aeronautics and Space Administration Cost Proposal Questions? 31 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Safety and Health Connie Pritchard Safety and Test Operations National Aeronautics and Space Administration Safety and Health Connie Pritchard Safety and Test Operations Division 32 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • • • Overview of the NASA Safety National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agenda • • • Overview of the NASA Safety Program What will be expected of you at JSC A Successful Safety Program Model The Safety & Health Plan Examples of How to Gain Un-wanted Attention • Recommendations • References 33 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Overview of the NASA Safety Program • NASA safety National Aeronautics and Space Administration Overview of the NASA Safety Program • NASA safety objective is to avoid loss of life, personal injury and illness, property loss or damage, or environmental harm resulting from any of its activities and to ensure safety and healthful conditions for persons working at or visiting NASA facilities • NASA shall comply with all applicable regulations – NASA safety and health requirements – Requirements of those federal agencies with regulatory authority over NASA such as OSHA, EPA, and Do. T • NASA requires every employee to report workplace hazards – NASA ensures that there is no reprisal to personnel for reporting unsafe or unhealthy conditions 34 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Overview of the NASA Safety Program • The NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration Overview of the NASA Safety Program • The NASA Safety Policy stresses the individual responsibility of each employee for their own safety and that of their coworker. Risk within the work environment must be managed to control hazards and continuously improve workplace conditions • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has recognized JSC as a leader in health and safety by awarding the “Star” designation level of achievement in the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) • As a VPP Star, JSC has a comprehensive and successful safety and health program, is below the national average for the industry in injury/illness rates, has demonstrated good faith in dealing with OSHA, and serves as a safety & health mentor to regional industry 35 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration What would be expected of you at JSC • National Aeronautics and Space Administration What would be expected of you at JSC • All contractors performing work at JSC shall comply with all applicable safety and health regulations • JSC does not assume the responsibility of the “employer” for contractor employees • Every major onsite contractor shall have a designated safety official and shall conform to a written safety and health plan • Failure to comply with safety and health requirements may result in contract termination, lower award fee, and exclusion from future contract awards 36 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration A Successful Safety Program Model • Based on 4 National Aeronautics and Space Administration A Successful Safety Program Model • Based on 4 Basic VPP elements defined by OSHA Region VI Management (Commitment) Employee (Involvement) Worksite Analysis Hazard Prevention and Control Safety and Health Training 37 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions you may be National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions you may be expected to address on a typical JSC service contract – Management Leadership and Employee Participation • • • Contractor’s safety and health compliance policy statement Specific annual safety and health goals and objectives to be met Management leadership and employee involvement 38 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d – Worksite National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d – Worksite Analysis • Management Understanding – of hazards (recognition and response) • Industrial Hygiene – a specialized area of a safety program requiring technical support • Pre-use Analysis – before you use a new or modified piece of equipment or process, what has changed with respect to the hazards involved? • Hazard Analysis – of jobs, tasks, equipment, systems, processes 39 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d – Worksite National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d – Worksite Analysis (cont. ) • Routine Inspections – to catch hazardous conditions before some one is hurt • Employee Hazard Reporting System – for employees to report hazards and close calls proactively and in near real time so they can be addressed before someone gets hurt • Accident/Incident Investigations – provides information on how to keep them from happening again • Trend Analysis – degrading, stable, improving 40 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Hazard National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Hazard Prevention and Control – Hazard Elimination or Control • • • Engineering Controls Administrative Controls Safety and Health Rules – Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) – selection, care, and training – Hazard Control Programs – such as lockout/tagout, confined space entry 41 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Hazard National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Hazard Prevention and Control (cont. ) – Occupational Healthcare Program – treating injuries and illnesses, case management – Prevention Maintenance – of equipment and systems to ensure workers are not exposed to damaged or failing hardware – Hazard Correction Tracking – one a hazard is found, how tracked to completion of corrective actions – Disciplinary System – self explanatory – Emergency Procedures – how to respond to an emergency 42 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Safety National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan provisions cont’d • Safety and Health Training – Program Description – training program description – Supervisors – specialized training for supervisors – Employees - specialized training for employees according to their jobs (crafts, office workers, etc. ) especially in hazard recognition – Emergencies – fire drills, evacuation drills, site emergency – Personal Protective Equipment – training in use and care of PPE 43 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan • Safety/Health and Environmental National Aeronautics and Space Administration The Safety & Health Plan • Safety/Health and Environmental Goals – should be measurable • Miscellaneous reports contained in body of Data Requirement – statistics; mishap reports; close call reports; hazard reports; inspection reports; building fire wardens; hazardous materials inventory; roster of terminated employees; material safety data sheets; OSHA logs; program self evaluation; participation in performance evaluation profile surveys 44 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Examples of How to Gain Unwanted Attention from JSC National Aeronautics and Space Administration Examples of How to Gain Unwanted Attention from JSC Safety • Willful and deliberate disregard of hazardous area access controls • Lockout/Tag out violations • Inadequate fall protection • Failure to use personal protective equipment • Unauthorized confined space entry • Horseplay and other unsafe behaviors • Possession of drugs, alcohol, or firearms while on duty • Failure to submit reports on schedule 45 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Recommendations • For the good of your employees and National Aeronautics and Space Administration Recommendations • For the good of your employees and your business, take safety seriously and proactively plan to PREVENT injuries • Contact the procurement point of contact on the solicitation if you have questions • Understand the data requirements • Tailor your plan to what you will do on the contract – Any RFP requirement you feel is inappropriate for the plan, tell us why 46 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration References • NASA Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplements (NFS) http: National Aeronautics and Space Administration References • NASA Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplements (NFS) http: //nais. nasa. gov/far/ NFS 1852. 223 -70 - Safety and Health NFS 1852. 223 -73 - Safety and Health Plan NFS 1852. 223 -75 - Major Breach of Safety or Security • General NASA information http: //www. nasa. gov/ • Occupational Safety & Health Administration http: //www. osha. gov/ • JSC Safety and Health handbook (JPR 1700. 1) http: //jschandbook. jsc. nasa. gov/ 47 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights Eric Schell Contracting Officer 48 Cargo National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights Eric Schell Contracting Officer 48 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights • • • Section A: Solicitation/Contract National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights • • • Section A: Solicitation/Contract Form Section B: Supplies or Services and Price/Costs Section D: Packaging and Marking Section E: Inspection and Acceptance Section F: Deliveries or Performance Section G: Contract Administration Data Section H: Special Contract Requirements Section I: Contract Clauses Section J: List of Attachments Section K: Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offerors • Section L: Instructions, Conditions and Notices to Offerors • Section M: Evaluation Factors for Award to Offerors 49 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections A & B • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections A & B • Section A – Table of Contents • Offerors are to complete blocks 12 - 18 of the Standard Form 33 • Section B – Supplies or Services & Price/Costs • B. 2 Total Contract Value • This clause will be a summation of the Cost Plus Award Fee portions of the contract, IDIQ not-to-exceed value, and Firm Fixed Price Phase In • IDIQ Guarantee: Minimum: $15 K Maximum: $20 M • B. 4 Contract Funding • The Contract will be incrementally funded. This clause will be updated to reflect available funding as appropriate. 50 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section B • Section B National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section B • Section B Supplies or Services & Price/Costs (continued) • B. 6 Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Orders • IDIQ work per SOW section 5. 0 • The offerors shall propose fully burdened fixed rates for labor categories proposed for the contract period of performance. The rates proposed in Clause B. 6 must match Section L, Volume VIII Cost Proposal. • IDIQ work less than $650, 000 falls under purview of H. 16 • B. 8 Firm Fixed Milestone Payments - Phase In • The contract phase-in period (92 -day) is from October 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010 • The offerors shall provide the proposed fixed price amount for the phase-in period. The price must match Section L, Volume VIII Cost Proposal. 51 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections D-F • Section D National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections D-F • Section D – Packaging and Marking • No unique contractual aspects • Section E – Inspection and Acceptance • No unique contractual aspects • Section F – Deliveries or Performance • F. 3 Period of Performance • The basic period of performance of this contract is three years, from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2013. • There are four one-year options, from January 1 to December 31 of 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. • F. 4 Place of Performance • The primary effort required under this contract shall be performed at a location to be proposed by the offerors. 52 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section G • Section G National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section G • Section G – Contract Administration Data • G. 14 Security/Badging Requirements for Foreign National Visitors and Employees/Representatives of Foreign Contractors (JSC 52. 204 -91) • Offerors need to be familiar with the conditions and guidelines regarding access to the Center by Foreign Nationals. • G. 16 Identification of Employees (JSC 52. 242 -92) • At all times while on Government property, the contractor, subcontractors, their employees and agents shall wear badges issued by NASA Badging and Visitor Control Office. • Each individual who wears a badge shall be required to sign personally for the badge. The contractor shall be held accountable for issued badges. 53 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H – Special Contract Requirements • H. 2 Limitation of Future Contracting (NFS 1852. 209 -71) • This clause establishes the nature and restrictions on conflicts of interest and restrictions upon future contracting. This clause should be read in conjunction with H. 11 ISS Contract Strategy Conflict of Interest Agreement. • H. 3 Task Ordering Procedure (NFS 1852. 216 -80) • IDIQ task orders will be issued in accordance with this clause. • H. 5 Key Personnel and Facilities (NFS 1852. 235 -71) • Offerors shall fill in key personnel in their proposal, essential to performing the requirements of this contract, by name and title. The names of these individuals will be incorporated into the contract. The offeror shall fill in facilities which are essential to the work being performed under this contract. 54 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H – Special Contract Requirements (continued) • H. 7 • • • Small Business Subcontracting Goals (JSC 52. 219 -90) Small Disadvantaged Business 9. 0% Women-Owned Small Business 5. 0% HUBZone 1. 0% Veteran-Owned Small Business 1. 5% Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business 1. 0% HBCU/Minority Institution 0. 5% • H. 10 Representations, Certifications, and Other Statements of Offeror • The offerors shall fill in and submit as required. 55 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H – Special Contract Requirements (continued) • H. 11 ISS Contract Strategy Conflict of Interest Agreement • Describes requirements for the contractor to eliminate or mitigate potential conflict of interest while executing the requirements of this contract. This clause should be read in conjunction with clauses H. 2, Limitation of Future Contracting, I. 14, Access to Sensitive Information, and I. 15, Release of Sensitive Information. • H. 14 Associate Contractor Agreements • To achieve requirements of this contract, close coordination, cooperation and exchange of information with other contractors will be required. Written agreements must be established between contractors showing how this will be accomplished. 56 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H – Special Contract Requirements (continued) • H. 15 Additional Export Control Requirements • In addition to the requirements set forth in NFS 1852. 225 -70 Export Licenses, offerors shall reference this section for planning and facilitation of exports of NASA hardware or technical data. • H. 16 Special Clause for Contract Changes and IDIQ Task Orders • This clause specifies conditions in which a pool of money is negotiated on an annual basis to account for all changes (including Task Orders) under $650 K. • H. 20 Flight Item Marking • This clause specifies how hardware or equipment that will be shipped under this contract shall be marked. 57 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section H • Section H – Special Contract Requirements (continued) • H. 22 Flight Crew Equipment Acceptance Data Packages (ADP) • This clause specifies that hardware and software transitioned from the Shuttle Program to the ISS program will be accepted “as is, ” thus may not be in compliance with the requirements in DRD C-SA -07, Acceptance Data Package. These items will be accepted as is until the item is modified or altered, at which time the item will then have to meet the requirements in the referenced DRD. 58 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections I & J • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections I & J • Section I – Contract Clauses • No unique contractual aspects • Section J – List of Attachments • • J-1 Dictionary J-2 Acronym List J-3 Phase In Plan- provided by the offeror in their proposal • • J-5 Award Fee Evaluation Plan J-6 Subcontracting Plan – provided by offeror in their proposal J-7 Applicable Documents List J-8 DRL and DRD list J-4 Department of Labor Wage Determination- provided by the Contracting Officer at contract award • J-9 Contractor Maintained and/or Sustained Hardware 59 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections I & J • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Sections I & J • Section J – List of Attachments (continued) • • J-10 Government Provided Software J-11 Government Furnished Property J-12 Government Furnished Facilities J-13 Property Management of the USOS Vehicle – On-Orbit Accountability • Section K – Representations, Certifications & Other Statements of Offerors • K. 2 Annual Representations and Certifications (FAR 52. 2048) • Offerors shall fill in the provision as appropriate 60 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors • L. 8 Proposal Page Limitations (NFS 1852. 215 -81) • This provision establishes the proposal page limitations for this acquisition. The page limitations for each section of the proposal are defined in Provision L. 19. 2, Proposal Arrangement, Page Limitations, Copies, and Due Dates. Pages submitted in excess of the limitations specified in this provision will not be evaluated by the Government and will be returned to the offeror. • The Government will allow for 10 -point type for tables and figures 61 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors (continued) • L. 15 Proposal Marking and Delivery (JSC 52. 215 -109) • In order to ensure timely receipt of proposals, please allow adequate time for timely delivery of proposals through the JSC Central Receiving Office. • When delivering proposals in person, the screening and delivery process may require an hour or more • Offerors are encouraged to notify the Contracting Officer one day in advance of proposal submission 62 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors (continued) • L. 19. 2 Proposal Arrangement, Page Limitations, Copies and Due Dates • Offerors are required to submit ten (10) hard copies of Volumes I VI; four (4) hard copies of Volume VIII; and four (4) originals of Volume IX with signed SF 33 s and representations and certifications with all fill-ins completed. Offerors shall provide two (2) copies of their entire proposal (Volumes I through IX) electronically on separate CD ROMs. • Table L-2 gives specific page limitations for each portion of the proposal. For the Mission Suitability Volumes, Volumes I and II are limited to 100 pages together, Volumes III and IV are unlimited, and Volume V is limited to 200 pages. 63 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors (continued) • L. 19. 3 Volumes I - V – Mission Suitability • SUB-FACTOR 1. TECHNICAL APPROACH • General Technical Approach • Contract Phase In • Data Accessibility • SUB-FACTOR 2. MANAGEMENT APPROACH • Program Management • Organizational Structure, Key Positions and Key Personnel • SUB-FACTOR 3. SAFETY AND HEALTH PLAN • General Approach • SUB-FACTOR 4. SMALL BUSINESS UTILIZATION • General Approach 64 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors (continued) • L. 19. 3. 5 Volume V – Specific Technical Understanding and Resources • Basis of Estimate (BOE Template • Sample Task Order • Technical Resources Template (TRT) • Standard Labor Categories (SLC) • Independent Government Estimate • L. 19. 4 Volume VI – Plans and Other Data • Phase In Plan • Operational Scenario Response • Total Compensation Plan 65 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offerors (continued) • L. 19. 5 Volume VII – Past Performance • Information requested under this clause is required of the offeror and major subcontractors (over $1 million in total value per year). Offerors may submit additional information at their discretion if they consider such information necessary to establish a record of relevant performance. • • • Offerors and any major subcontractors shall each submit Section L Attachment L-2, Past Performance Questionnaire, for three to five previous or current contracts, if such experience exists. A lack of previous experience is not treated negatively and will receive a neutral rating. L. 19. 6 Volume VIII – Price Proposal • Rosa Arevalo discussed the instructions for preparation of the cost proposal earlier in the presentation 66 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section L • Section L – List of Attachments • • • L-1 Key Personnel Resume L-2 Past Performance Questionnaire L-3 Work Load Indicators L-4 Operational Scenarios L-5 Basis of Estimate Template L-6 Sample Task Orders L-7 Completion Form Workbook L-8 IDIQ Workbook L-9 Technical Resources Template L-10 Other Templates 67 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section M • Section M National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section M • Section M – Evaluation Factors and Award to Offerors • M. 4. 0. 2 Evaluation Factors and Criteria • Factor 1: Mission Suitability • Proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the following factors: Mission Suitability, Past Performance, and Cost. Only the Mission Suitability factor will be weighted and scored. The Mission Suitability sub-factors are: Sub-factor 1: Technical Approach Sub-factor 2: Management Approach Sub-factor 3: Safety and Health Approach Sub-factor 4: Small Business Participation 450 300 150 1000 68 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section M • Section M National Aeronautics and Space Administration Draft RFP Highlights – Section M • Section M – Evaluation Factors and Award to Offerors • M. 6 Evaluation Factors and Criteria (continued) • Factor 2: Past Performance • The Adjectival Ratings are described in Table M-1 • • o o o Very High Level of Confidence Moderate Level of Confidence Low Level of Confidence Very Low Level of Confidence Neutral Factor 3: Cost M. 9 Relative Importance of Evaluation Factors • Mission suitability is more important than past performance. Mission suitability and past performance, when combined, are significantly more important than cost. 69 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Closing Remarks Eric Schell Contracting Officer 70 Cargo Mission National Aeronautics and Space Administration Closing Remarks Eric Schell Contracting Officer 70 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Special Considerations Prospective offerors are reminded NOT to contact National Aeronautics and Space Administration Special Considerations Prospective offerors are reminded NOT to contact incumbent contractor personnel (either directly or through electronic means) during duty hours or at their place of employment, as such contacts are disruptive to the performance of the current contract 71 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration How to Get Connected • CMC Acquisition Website http: National Aeronautics and Space Administration How to Get Connected • CMC Acquisition Website http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/isscmc/ • NASA Acquisition Internet Service (NAIS) http: //procurement. nasa. gov • JSC Procurement Website http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/procpub. htm • NASA/JSC Business Opportunities Home Page Set up your user profile http: //prod. nais. nasa. gov/cgi-bin/eps/bizops. cgi? gr=D&pin=73 72 Cargo Mission Contract

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Thank you for attending! A copy of this presentation National Aeronautics and Space Administration Thank you for attending! A copy of this presentation will be posted on the CMC acquisition website: http: //procurement. jsc. nasa. gov/isscmc/ 73 Cargo Mission Contract