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J -- Consolidated X-Band Radars Operations and Sustainment (OB1835215) (2006-11-02)

The Missile Defense Agency has a requirement for Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), Radar Operations, Engineering Services and procurement of ancillary equipment in support of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) family of X-band radars ? the AN/TPY-2 X-band radars, the Sea Based X-band radar (XBR), and GBR-P Radar. Under this effort, the contractor shall provide all engineering, operations, engineering services and logistics/sustainment support that includes but is not limited to: radar operation, site survey and engineering services, preventative and corrective maintenance, administrative security, spare parts, depot services, training, facilities design, procurement of ancillary equipment and personnel. The period of performance of this contract consists of a five-year base period and 5 one-year options. The first AN/TPY-2 is operating at Shariki, Japan. The operational locations for the other radars have not yet been determined. They may be within or outside of the continental United States. MDA intends to negotiate a contract with the Raytheon Corporation for these services, under the authority of 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) (1) and FAR 6.302-1-(a) (i): only one responsible source. As the developer of the aforementioned x-band radar family Raytheon is the only company that can provide all of the CLS functions discussed above as they are currently needed for the support of BMDS deployment and operational requirements. Utilization of any other source would result in unacceptable delays in deploying the radar to operational sites, jeopardize mission performance with new personnel inexperienced with the radar's design, operation, and maintenance, require a substantial non-recurring investment to acquire a Technical Data Package and qualify a new production source, and would require substantial non-recurring training costs to enable personnel not familiar with the technology to understand its operation and maintenance. Personnel working this program are required to be US Citizens and field personnel must have at least a Secret clearance. Contractor employees may be required to accompany Government/Military personnel when one or more of these radars are deployed. Raytheon will be required to negotiate Associate Contractor Agreements (ACAs) with the lead system integrators of the Sea Based X-Band (XBR) program and the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) program. The ACAs will ensure a smooth integration, operation, and maintenance of the XBR and THAAD Radars. Entities that plan to assert that they are qualified to perform this effort must submit a statement of corporate capabilities relevant to this effort. Said statement shall not exceed 5 pages in length and must be submitted to the POC not later than the closing date of this announcement. Note 22 Applies****.

Original Point of Contact

Robert Berkey, Contract Specialist, Phone 703-882-6312, Fax 703-882-6349, Email bob.berkey.ctr@mda.mil Robert Frey, Contracting Officer, Phone 703-882-6206, Fax 703-882-6349, Email Robert.frey@mda.mil FAX (703) 882-6349

Place of Performance

Address: Woburn, MA and multiple OCONUS locations Postal Code: Country: Various

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