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Blue Grass Chemical AgentDestruction Pilot Plant Update
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
April 26, 2011
Presented to:
Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass Supplier Information Session
Presented by:
Jeff Brubaker
Site Project Manager
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Mission
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 The Blue Grass Chemical AgentDestruction Pilot Plant will safely
destroy the chemical weapons stored at
the Blue Grass Army Depot in
Richmond, Ky.
 The U.S. Army Element, Assembled
Chemical Weapons Alternatives (ACWA)
manages all aspects of the chemical
weapons destruction program for both
Kentucky and Colorado
Igloos at the depot store both conventional and
chemical weapons and other non-stockpile items.
 Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass is the group
of companies headed by Bechtel and
Parsons, contracted by DoD to design,
build, operate and close the pilot plant
Chemical weapons such as these M55 rockets are
cared for by the Blue Grass Chemical Activity.
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Project Partners
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
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Blue Grass Army Depot
– The “host” installation
Blue Grass Chemical Activity
– Responsible for safely storing the chemical weapons
U.S. Army Element, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives
– A Department of Defense (DoD) program responsible for managing
all aspects of the safe and environmentally sound destruction of
the chemical weapons stockpiles in both Kentucky and Colorado
Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass
– A group of companies headed by Bechtel and Parsons, contracted
by DoD to design, build, operate and close the pilot plant
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Destruction Technology
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
Neutralization followed by Supercritical Water Oxidation will be
used to destroy the Kentucky stockpile.
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Blue Grass Site Plan
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
Phase 1
Roads
Site Prep
Phase 2 - Other
Roads/Parking
Lighting
U/G Utilities
North Access Pt.
Phase 3 - Other
Support/Indirect
through 9/09
Phase 4 - Other
A/G Utilities
Elec Sec Sys
Int Control Sys
Standby D-Gen
Entry Ctl Facility
Support/Indirect
through 2015
Substation
Personnel
Support
Building
Maintenance
Building
Supercritical Water
Oxidation (SCWO)
Processing Building
Control and Support
Building (CSB)
Utility
Building
Lab
CSB Horizontal
Concrete
Hydrolysate
Storage
Tanks
PMB
Container
Handling
Building
WSA
MDB Horizontal
Concrete
Munitions
Demilitarization
Building (MDB)
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Site Overview – April 2011
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
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Northwestern Corner - Observation Point
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Control and Support Building
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Utility Building
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MDB Blast-Suppression Area
Munitions Demilitarization Building (MDB)
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Safety Is A Core Value
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 Continued progress toward OSHA
Voluntary Protection Program Star Status
 Lost-time injury rate 83 percent lower
and recordable injury rate 69 percent
lower than industry average
 As of March 31, 2011, the project has
completed 118,975 hours and
22 days without a lost-time accident.
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Current Project Staffing
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 Total project employment: 852
− Richmond, Ky.: 672
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Non-manual: 377
Craft: 295
Local hires: 55 percent
− Other locations: 180
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Pasco, Wash.
San Diego, Calif.
Columbus, Ohio
Frederick, Md.
Pilot plant workers put the finishing touches on the final
blast-containment wall on the first level of the Munitions
Demilitarization Building.
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Economic Impact
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 ACQUISITIONS: More than $71.5 million spent with Kentucky
companies
 PAYROLL
– More than $185 million in local payroll to date
– An additional $442 million in payroll to be paid during remainder of
project
 LEASING:
Annual lease payments of more than $400,000 for office
and warehouse space
 COMMUNITY SUPPORT
– Corporate contributions of more than $60,000 to educational and
health and welfare organizations
– Bechtel Parsons is largest contributor to United Way in Madison
County
– Recipient of Richmond Chamber of Commerce 2010 Industry of the
Year Award
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Meeting Small Business Goals
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 $43.3 million spent in Madison and surrounding counties
 Meeting or exceeding goals for working with small businesses
Socioeconomic Category
Goal
Performance
Small Business
Small Disadvantaged Business
23.0%
2.0%
44.4%
2.4%
Woman-Owned Small Business
HUBZone Small Business
2.0%
2.0%
4.0%
3.5%
Veteran-Owned Small Business
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
2.0%
1.0%
6.0%
1.6%
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Recent Major Milestones
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 Construction 30 percent complete
 Equipment Arrivals
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Energetics Batch Hydrolyzer
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Enhanced On-site Containers
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Supercritical Water Oxidation Aluminum
Filtration System Filters
 Successful placement of all first-level
concrete on Munitions Demilitarization
Building (MDB)
 Successful placement of initial secondlevel concrete on MDB
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Workers will continue placing vertical and
horizontal elevated concrete through
2011
Carpenters monitor the flow of concrete during the first
elevated concrete placement on the MDB April 7.
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Ongoing Initiatives
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
 Munitions Demilitarization
Building
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Second-level blast-containment walls
Structural steel
Interior wall panels
 Control and Support Building
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Interior wall sets
Electrical and piping systems
Heating, ventilation and air
conditioning
 Utility Building
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Piping installation
Installing boilers and supporting
equipment
 Supercritical Water Oxidation
Processing Building
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Concrete foundation placements
A pilot plant welder plies the tools of his trade on the
steel framework of the Control and Support Building.
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Stop the Presses, We’re Going Green!
A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
WHY GO GREEN?
 This spring, the Blue Grass Exchange
newsletter will be replaced by
Connect with BGCAPP e-newsletters
 This monthly e-newsletter will:
– Provide you more timely information in an
environmentally conscious fashion
– Direct you to additional avenues for
providing feedback and asking questions
– Be adapted to two-page print versions and
distributed with comment cards throughout
the community
FACT: The Environmental Protection
Agency estimates that 44% of direct
or junk mail is discarded without
being opened or read, equaling four
million tons of waste paper annually.
FACT: The Ohio Office of Compliance
Assistance and Pollution Prevention
(OCAPP) estimates that 250,000
homes could be heated for a single
day's junk mail.
FACT: The Internal Revenue Service
joined the growing list of state and
local agencies going green by
announcing this fall that it would
discontinue the direct mailing of tax
forms.
 Register today at www.pmacwa.army.mil
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A Partnership for Safe Chemical Weapons Destruction
Questions?
For more information about the Blue Grass Chemical AgentDestruction Pilot Plant project, please contact the Blue Grass
Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office at (859) 626-8944
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Acquiring Field
Materials
Field Procurement
April 26, 2011
Topics
 Field Procurement Organization
 Typical Field Procurement Requirements
 Upcoming Engineered Equipment/Subcontracts
 Frequently Asked Questions
 Bid Process
 Purchase Order Requirements
 Warehouse/Delivery Information
 Packaging and Shipping
 Invoicing
 Summary
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-16
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Field Procurement Organization
Frank Salaman
(Acquisition Services Manager)
Ken McGlothlin
(Materials Manager)
Susan Roell
(Admin. Assistant)
Lanette Rosales
(Field Procurement Supervisor)
Miranda Towsend
(Field Buyer)
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- Constr. Consum.
- Mechanical
- Survey
Harold Arnold
(Field Buyer)
------------------------- Information Tech.
-Office Products &
Services
-Rental Equipment
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Brad Green
(Field Buyer)
------------------------- Calibration/Repair
- Electrical
- Misc. Fabrication
- Pipe, Valve & Fittings
Teresa Miles
(Field Buyer)
------------------------- Rigging
-Safety & Health
- Survey Equipment
- Tools
-Welding
Andrew Hans – College Intern
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-17
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Typical Field Procurement Requirements
Field On-Site Services
 Portable Toilets
 Fuel/Gas Delivery & Service
 Trash Removal
 Xerox Copier Maintenance
 Software Training/Installation
Field Material Purchases
 Temporary Electrical Bulks
 Welding Consumables
 Backfill/Aggregate/Sand
 Ice
 Water
 Toner
 Paper
 Safety and Construction Consum.
 Tools
 Equipment Rentals
 Survey Equipment
 Medical and Health
 Rigging
 Pipes/Valves/Fittings
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-18
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Upcoming Engineered Equipment/Subcontracts
Engineered Equipment/Materials
Communication Cable & Acc.
Observation Windows
H2 Analyzers
Fabricated Stacks
Public Address System
Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer
Concrete Masonry Block
Subcontracts
Heat Trace and Freeze Protection
 HVAC Maintenance
 Guardrails
 Shrink Wrap
 Parking Lot Paving
 Diesel Generator Maintenance
 Concrete Pumping
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-19
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Frequently Asked Questions
 Where can we go to view upcoming work?
http://www.bechtelparsonsbgcapp.com
 Where do I go to register my company?
http://supplier.bechtel.com
 How do I get on the Bidders List?
 Can we visit the field buyers at the jobsite?
 Who do we contact?
Supplier Advocate
Contact: Diane Osbourne
Tel.: 859-624-6204
E-mail: [email protected]
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-20
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Bid Process
 Approved bidders will receive a Request for Pricing
(RFP), which will consist of:
– RFP letter with instructions
– Field Material Requisition (FMR) identifying scope of
work, technical and delivery requirements
– Representations and Certifications
– Sample PO w/terms and conditions identifying
commercial requirements
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-21
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Bid Process (Cont’)
 Read all documents in full!
 Do not make the assumption that all FMRs are created equal
 Ask for a better/clear understanding of the scope of work if
FMR is unclear
 Fill out all required information
 Make sure you are quoting correct Unit of Measure (UOM)
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-22
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Bid Process (Cont’)
 When quoting an “or approved equal”, clearly state on your bid and
provide data sheets
"Or Equal" means buyer approved equal. Approval must be obtained
prior to any award being made. In no event should alternate materials
be delivered, prior to approval of substitution/deviation. Unapproved
materials may be returned to Seller, and any associated charges shall be
to the Seller's account.”
 Fill out unit price AND extended price
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-23
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Purchase Order Requirements
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Commercial Requirements
Technical Requirements
Delivery Requirements
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Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-24
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Warehouse/Delivery Information
 Site is located on 3000 Irvine Road, Highway 52
(Gate 12, across from Dollar General)
 All deliveries/shipments are to be sent/received at Warehouse
location unless otherwise stipulated on PO
 Contact Warehouse Supervisor
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Mark Williams (859) 779-7632
E-mail: [email protected]
48 hrs. in advance (no less than 24 hours)
Delivery Hours
• 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
• Monday through Thursday only
• Friday shipments available for emergency purposes only
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-25
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Warehouse/Delivery Information
 If shipments are being delivered by other means
than Common Carrier, the following information is
required no less than 24 hours in advance or access
to the site will not be permitted.
- Valid DL – driver must be US Citizen
- Name of trucking company
- Registration and Insurance must be with the vehicle
- No Guns, Ammo or Cameras Allowed
- No Alcoholic Beverages or Drugs
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-26
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Packaging and Shipping
 Keys to successful Shipments
– Clear Packing Slip:
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Purchase Order Number
Line Item Numbers and Quantity Shipped
Delivery Destination (Specific Address or Jobsite)
Only include line items that are being delivered
– Clearly mark all packages with PO Line Item
Number
– Include Supporting Documentation as required
• Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
• Certificate of Compliance (C of C)
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-27
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Invoicing
 2 Payment Methods
– BCard (Purchasing/Credit Card) – <$10,000.00
– Net 45 days from receipt of correct invoice – >$10,000.00
 Common Causes of Unpaid Invoices
– Invoices are not sent to correct A/P location in Oakridge, TN
– Invoices do not match unit price in PO
– PO is a BCard purchase and invoices are being sent to A/P
in Oakridge
– Seller must contact Buyer for BCard payment
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-28
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Invoicing
 Invoicing Tips
– Each invoice should reference the complete PO
Number in full on the first page of the invoice (If your
system does not allow all digits, place PO # in
description of invoice)
– Each item being invoiced should refer back to the
appropriate line item from the PO
– When experiencing payment issues, who should I
contact?
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-29
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Summary
 READ the Purchase Order and any revision
requirements in its entirety
 Contact Buyer and ask questions
 Submit correct packing list with shipment
 Submit correct invoice
 A RESPONSIVE supplier is a REPETITIVE supplier
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-30
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Overall
•The success of the BGCAPP
Project depends on the
partnership and relationship we
build with our suppliers!
Sample Pres Title, Sample Presenter’s Name, Rev. #, date, page-31
Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant
Sales of Surplus Government Property
Julia Landreth
Property Administrator
April 26, 2011
OPSEC Reviewed and Approved 09/29/2010 by RWR
Why do we sale excess property?
 Items that are sold have been determined to be excess
to the needs of our project and no other
government/state agency or project has identified a
need for the item.
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Types of Commodities Sold
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Copiers/Reproduction
Electronics
Furniture (desks, chairs, bookcases, etc.)
Machine tools (lathes, drill press, etc.)
Heavy equipment (backhoes, cranes, etc.)
Office equipment (microwaves, refrigerators, coffee pots
Misc. materials (electrical, plumbing, etc.)
Scrap metal
Equipment (transformers, generators, light towers, seavans (Conex
boxes), etc.
 Construction tools (grinders, cutters, saws, tool boxes, socket sets,
etc.)
 Automated Data Processing equipment (computers, monitors,
printers, etc.)
 Motor Vehicles/Gators/Mules
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Sales of Government Property
 Federally mandated
– Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
Supplement (DFARS), Subpart 245.73, Sales of Surplus
Contractor Inventory
 Sales of surplus government property shall be
conducted as directed by the Government
 Formal (sealed bid) invitations for bids will be used
(DFARS 245.7303) unless the Government approves
use of informal bid procedures (DFARS 245.7304).
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Who can participate?
 Per DFAR 245.7309-13, Eligibility of Bidders - Anyone
can participate as long as they are NOT:
A. Under 18 years of age
B. A civilian employee of the Department of Defense or
the U.S. Coast Guard whose duties include any
functional or supervisory responsibility for disposal of
inventory;
C. A member of the U.S. Armed Forces, including the
Coast Guard, whose duties include any functional or
supervisory responsibility for disposal of inventory;
D. An employee or immediate member of the household
of personnel in paragraphs (B) and (C)
E. Included on the list of Parties Excluded from
Procurement Programs
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Frequently Asked Questions
 Go to http://www.bechtelparsonsbgcapp.com/ to view
upcoming sales
 Register to be notified of upcoming sales at
http://www.bechtelparsonsbgcapp.com/SendMail/default.aspx
 Prospective bidders may inspect the property prior to
placing a bid. Inspection dates are provided in the IFB
 If you have questions contact:
Julia Landreth, Property Administrator
Telephone: (859) 779-7635
Email: [email protected]
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Sales Website
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Bid Process
 Prospective Bidders will receive an Invitation for Bid
(IFB), which will consist of:
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General Terms and Conditions
Special Terms and Conditions
Description of the items being sold
Quantities being sold
Unit of measure
Inspection times and locations
Any additional information associated with the IFB
Any additional documentation if required for commodity
being sold
• If the sale is for scrap metal, the Scrap Warranty form
(DD1639) will be included
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Bid Process, (cont.)
 IFBs will be provided to prospective bidders at least
15 calendar days prior to bid opening.
 Inspection of items for sale will be allowed as specified
in the IFB
- Valid DL – driver must be US Citizen
- Registration and Insurance must be with the vehicle
- BGAD is a Restricted Site
- No Children, Guns, Knives with 3 inch blades or longer,
Ammunition, Cameras, Alcohol, or Drugs Allowed
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How do I Bid?
 Prospective bidders shall submit (mail) bids to the
designated Property Administrator in the IFB.
 Minimum of 20 percent (20%) deposit is required with
all bids
– Personal or business check – must be first party
instruments
– Certified check
– Cashier’s check
 Deposit checks will be returned if unsuccessful in bid
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Helpful Reminders
 Read the General and Special Terms and Conditions in
full
– Call the Property Administrator if you have questions
regarding the IFB
 Fill out and submit all required information and forms, if
applicable
 Make sure you are bidding for the correct Unit of
Measure (UOM)
 Clearly state if you are bidding on an “all or nothing”
basis
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Bid Openings & Award
 If applicable, bid openings will be held in a place that is
accessible to the public at the time and location
specified in the IFB.
– Any bids received after the specified time will be
considered non-responsive and will be returned unopened
to the bidder
 All bids will be compared and the Government will
declare the winning bid.
 Notice of award letters will be sent to the winning
bidders.
 Successful bidders must remove the entire awarded lot
– no culling of wanted vs unwanted items
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SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
ITAR AND YOU
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The Basics
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Why is this a Requirement?
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Arms Export Control Act & Export Administration
Act
There are two Federal Laws that need to be
addressed:
International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR)
Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
The laws authorize the President to define
defense articles, technical data, and defense
services as well as control their export and import.
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Article
Any material, equipment, component, or part designated
on the U.S. Munitions List or Commerce Control List.
Services
Furnishing assistance to foreign persons, including
training, concerning articles to foreign persons; or
furnishing any technical data to foreign persons.
Technical Data
Any information controlled under the ITAR and EAR
requirements.
BGCAPP Application
Toxicological Agents, Including Chemical Agents, Biological
Agents, & Associated Equipment.
SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
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Do Not Release Controlled Items
or Data to Foreign Persons
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A Foreign Person is defined as:
- An individual who is neither a U.S.
citizen nor a permanent U.S. resident.
- Foreign corporation, partnership, trust,
society or entity that is not incorporated
or organized to do business in the
United States.
SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
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Pre-Qualification
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SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
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Destruction Letter
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SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
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Destruction Form
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SDN 24915-00-G8L-GGG-00XXXa01
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Kentucky Procurement
Assistance Program (KPAP)
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING
Bobbi Carlton
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Program Overview
• KPAP is a business assistance program of
the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic
Development that is designed for firms
interested in government contracting
• KPAP is operated out of the Department for
Business Development’s Small Business
Services Division
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Program Overview
• KPAP is also known as a PTAC
(Procurement Technical Assistance Center)
which is funded through a Cooperative
Agreement with the U.S. Department of
Defense
• If you are not a Kentucky business, you can
locate your PTAC at this website:
– http://www.dla.mil/db/procurem.htm
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Purpose and Desired Outcomes
• Purpose of program is to help Kentucky firms
market their goods and services to federal,
state, and local government agencies
• Desired Outcomes:
- Job creation/retention through increased
government contracts
- Increased government dollars flowing through
Kentucky’s economy
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Primary Services
• Government Marketing Assistance
• One-on-One Consulting
• Group Training
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Marketing Assistance
• Bid Match Program
– Automatically matches a company’s products
and/or services against a database of federal,
state, and local government bid opportunities
– Collect bid information from several thousand
government buying offices nationwide
– Can include subcontracting opportunities
– Are e-mailed to active KPAP clients participating
in Bid Match
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Bid Match Program
• Sample bid notice of potential government
contracting opportunities
Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC, Fort Knox Contracting Center, Fort Knox
Contracting Center, Directorate of Contracting, Building 1109B, Fort Knox, KY 40121-5000
W--Rental of portable shower trailers. W9124D-11-T-0084 052011 Barbara Mattingly, 502-624-8158 Fort Knox
Contracting Center RENTAL OF PORTABLE SHOWER TRAILERS DURING WARRIOR FORGE TRAINING
EVENT AT JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WASHINGTON Provide portable shower trailers for the Warrior
Forge Training Event at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington to be held during the period of 18 June 2011
through 27 July 2011. The contractor shall provide and service self sustaining, all inclusive portable shower
facilities, transportation vehicles, personnel, equipment, tools, material , supervision and other items / services
necessary to successfully carry out the required services during the specified period of performance. This
requirement is 100% small business set-aside. NAICS 562991, with a size standard of $7.0M, applies to this
requirement. The solicitation will be issued on or about 20 April 2011 with quotes due on or about 20 May 2011.
The solicitation will be posted on the Fort Knox homepage website at http://doc.knox.army.mil and FEDBIZOPPS
at www.fbo.gov on or about 20 April 2011. No paper copies of the solicitation will be issued. All amendments to
the solicitation will be likewise posted to these websites. Contractors are cautioned to check the websites for
amendments. No solicitation mailing list will be compiled. Any questions must be submitted in writing to Barbara
Mattingly at [email protected] Any correspondence shall reference the solicitation number. SetAside: Total Small Business Place of Performance: Joint Base Lewis-McChord JBLM-MCCORD WA 98438 US
URL: https://www.fbo.gov/notices/73d8a41f69fd794075cd3f3e0765ebef.
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Bid Match Program
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Consulting Services
• One-on-one assistance on topics related to
government contracting is provided by
experienced consultants
Examples of assistance:
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Understanding contracting rules and regulations
Responding to government bid packages
Review quotes, bids, and proposals
Market research
Federal and State registrations
Certification programs
Training
• Training is designed to help firms understand
how to do business with federal, state, and
local government agencies
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Selling to the Government
How to Prepare a Bid Proposal
Understanding GSA Schedules
Networking Opportunities
http://www.thinkkentucky.com/KPAP/KPAPTrainingCalendar.aspx
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Small Business Connection
• New online database to facilitate matching
small businesses with government buyers
and large businesses
• You provide information about your business
including contacts, products and services,
and business certifications
• Registration is free to small businesses with a
physical location in Kentucky
www.kentucky.gov/sbc
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KPAP Website Information
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Guide to Government Contracting
Application Questionnaire to enroll in KPAP
Training Calendar
Online Contract Reporting
www.thinkkentucky.com/kpap
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KPAP Website Information
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Program Statistics
• Currently serving more than 2,600 active
firms, including construction, manufacturing,
service, research & development, and
wholesale/retail
• Client firms have reported by survey that we
assisted them in obtaining more than $100
million annually in government contracts and
subcontracts during each of the past five
years
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Summary of Services
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One-on-One Counseling
Matchmaking/Subcontracting Opportunities
Bid Match Services
GSA Schedule Assistance
Training & Networking Workshops
Certifications & Registrations
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Contact Information
Bobbi Carlton
[email protected]
502-229-9277 (Cell)
502-564-4252 x4214 (Work)
800-838-3266 x4214 (Work)
www.thinkkentucky.com/kpap
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KPAP
Questions???
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