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Example Of Government Bid Notice

S–Sources Sought – Kitchen Hoods Cleaning Services at Fort Hood, Texas

Solicitation Number: W91151-14-H-KHCS
Agency: Department of the Army
Office: Army Contracting Command, MICC
Location: MICC – Fort Hood
Solicitation Number:
Notice Type:
Sources Sought
Added: Jul 22, 2014 11:55 am

Kitchen Hoods Cleaning Services

NAICS: 561720 – Janitorial Services, Small Business Size Standard: $16.5M

THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT FOR MARKET RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY. The Mission and Installation Contracting – Fort Hood, Texas is in the process of determining the acquisition strategy for providing Kitchen Hoods Cleaning Services on Fort Hood, TX.

This is a sources sought notice and request for information (RFI). This is not a formal solicitation. Any formal solicitation will be announced separately at a later time.

Please note that the solicitation number used for this sources sought is different from the one that will be used in the pre-solicitation notice.

Information provided to the Government as a result of this posting is strictly voluntary and given with no expectation of compensation, and clearly provided at no cost to the Government.

Contact with Government personnel, other than the Contract Specialist or Contracting Officer, by potential offer or or their employees regarding this requirement is strictly prohibited.

Please do not request a copy of a solicitation, as one does not exist.

The purpose of posting this Source Sought is to locate experienced service providers capable of and interested in performing a non-personal services contract to provide Kitchen Hoods Cleaning Services on Fort Hood, TX.

The summary of services is as follows:

The Contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, labor, supplies, tools, materials, supervision and other items necessary to perform the kitchen hood cleaning and repairs as defined in the attached Performance Work Statement.

This contract encompasses over 119 kitchen hoods varying between exhaust kitchen hoods, water wash kitchen hoods and ultraviolet kitchen hoods.

These kitchen hoods are located in approximately 30 facilities throughout the Main Cantonment, North Fort Hood, West Fort Hood and the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreational Area (BLORA).

Facilities where these kitchen hoods are located typically are dining facilities, child development centers and fire stations.

The anticipated period of the contract is 1 February 2015 through 31 January 2016 with (4) one-year option periods. The Government intends to award one (1) firm fixed price contract as a result.

The actual solicitation number will be published at time pre solicitation notice is issued.

The North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) Code proposed for the requirement is 561720 – Janitorial Services. The size standard for NAICS 561720 is $16.5M.

Comments on this NAICS and suggestions for alternatives must include supporting rationale.

This NAICS Code is subject to change if necessitated by the responses to this Sources Sought.

The contemplated contract will consist of services that are detailed in the attached DRAFT Performance Work Statement (PWS).

This requirement is for all services identified in the PWS. Any qualified and interested companies responding to this announcement must be able to support all areas.

NO partial support responses from industry will be accepted. The Government is seeking only, qualified, experienced sources interested in performing the services identified in the attached PWS.

Fort Hood is interested in obtaining information from industry that will help supporting a determination of the appropriate set aside category for the acquisition strategy.

Both large business concerns and all categories of small business are encouraged to respond to this request.
The Government is requesting that interested concerns feeling they can fully support this requirement, furnish the following information:

(1). Company name, address, point of contact, telephone number, Duns & Bradstreet Unique Numbering System (DUNS) number, System for Award Management (SAM), and Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code and e-mail address.

(2). Type of business, i.e., small, small disadvantaged, woman-owned, HubZone, serviced-disabled veteran-owned small business, large business, etc. under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 561720 which contains a size standard of $16.5M.

(3). Comments on this PWS and suggestions for changes/revisions must include supporting rationale.

(4). Under which NAICS does your company usually perform all the services identified in the attached PWS. Please include the rational for your answer.

(5). Provide no more than three (3) references for no more than three (3) of the most recent and relevant contracts directly relating the attached DRAFT PWS, performed within the last three (5) years.

Include name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address of references.

Also, provide a brief description of the work performed, contract number, total contract value, and period of performance.

We are also looking for input from industry relative to how this type of service is performed in the private sector in order to maximize the incorporation of commercial standards and practices where practicable.

Responses are due in this office no later than 2:30 p.m. CDT, on 31 July 2014.

Please send your capabilities statements and responses to this Sources Sought via email directly to:

Debora Wells, Contract Specialist, at

and carbon copy Leeann Burke, Contracting Officer, at

Contracting Office Address: MICC-FH
Place of Performance: Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) – Fort Hood 1001 761st Tank Battalion Avenue, Fort Hood TX 76544-5025

Point of Contact(s): Debora Wells, (254) 287-5521
Sources Sought: W91151-14-H-KHCS

Contracting Office Address:
MICC – Fort Hood, Directorate of Contracting, 761st Tank Battalion Avenue, Room W103, Fort Hood, TX 76544-5025
Place of Performance:
MICC – Fort Hood Directorate of Contracting, 761st Tank Battalion Avenue, Room W103 Fort Hood TX
Point of Contact(s):
Debora Wells, 254-287-5820  MICC – Fort Hood

Fire due to gas leak at Mumbai restaurant, 14 injured

hanover restaurant destroyed by fireMUMBAI: A gas leak sparked a fire in a restaurant at Mira Road on Wednesday, injuring 14 persons, three of them seriously. The incident took place around 2.30pm in the Shanti Park area.

According to fire brigade personnel, the piped gas line of the restaurant was damaged during civic work at around 11am on Wednesday. Thereafter, Mahanagar gas officials visited the establishment and turned off the piped gas supply. They gave an assuarance that they would fix the supply by Thursday and that the restaurant needs to shut operations for the day.

“The restaurant management seems to have used a spare LPG cylinder and an old gas stove to continue with their operations. There was a gas leak in the kitchen, sparking a fire. The fire brigade was immediately informed. Most employees were trapped inside and had to be pulled out to safety,” said Prakash Borade, sub fire officer, Mira Road.

Those injured were rushed to the Tunga Hospital in Bhayander, where three of them are serious with 30% burns. The police will record statements of those injured and only then will the further course of action will be decided. While 13 of the victims were employees of the restaurant, one of the victims had come there to fetch an ice-cream when the fire broke out.