We are actively searching for qualified candidates for this potential opening. We do not have assurance at this time that the position will be opened and when. Because we have strong reason to believe the position will be approved soon, we are going ahead with identifying candidates.
The Contractor shall generate TPF documents IAW AR xxxxxxx2," Type Classification, Materiel Release, Fielding and Transfer", DA PAM xxxxxxx2, "Instructions for Type Classification, Materiel Release, Fielding and Transfer", DA PAM xxxxxxx, "Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures), and related fielding-specific report data for each fielding conducted under this task order, IAW CDRL A007, "Fielding Hand-off Documentation". The Contractor shall maintain all information and documents required to accomplish the TPF process, along with associated reports or automated historical databases, for the duration of the task order.
The Contractor shall ensure that closed TPF Packages (After Action Report (AAR), NET AAR, and Equipment Hand-off summery, Materiel Requirement List (MRL) Mission Support Plans (MSPs), and shortage annex are available for audit to confirm the accomplishment of all required supply actions and signed hand receipts for the materiel. The Contractor shall make sure that a clear and historical audit trail is preserved for all supply actions taken and Government deposition instructions received.
New Materiel Introductory Briefings (NMIB): The Contractor Program Manager or Logistics Manager attend and participate in all NMIBs, as scheduled by the Government.
The Contractor shall provide Weekly Fielding Status Reports for all FMTV fielding efforts conducted worldwide to ascertain the progression of fielding efforts in process. Report information shall indicate equipment on hand, the status of all platforms on hand, the numbers and types of platforms previously handed off, the status of platforms to be handed off, equipment fielding status, hand off dates, gaining unit Point of Contact (POC), repair parts problems, material shortages, warranty claim number(s) and any other issues that may arise relating to the performance of the requirements of this PWS. Submittals shall be made in writing and sent via e-mail to the COR and PdM MTV Fielding Manager in accordance with CDRL A005, "Weekly Fielding Status Report".
During the vehicle de-processing and inventory, the Contractor shall identify all repair parts, components and major assemblies found to be defective, missing or damaged that render a vehicle platform (inclusive of end items and major assemblies) not fully mission capable (NFMC) as defined in Army Regulation xxxxxxx8,"Army Logistics Readiness and Sustainability", the FMTV A1P2 De-processing Checklist (Attachment 0003), and the FMTV Trailer De-processing Checklist (Attachment 0004). The Contractor shall generate the following documentation within 24 hours of any of those discoveries
a) Product Quality Deficiency Reports (PQDRs): The Contractor shall complete a Standard Form (SF) 368 for parts or workmanship defects.
b) Transportation Damage Reports (TDRs): The Contractor shall complete a Department of Defense, (DD) 361 for damage resulting from transportation.
c) Supplier Discrepancy Reports (SDRs): The Contractor shall complete a Standard Form (SF) 364 for overage, shortage, or incorrect items of end items and TPF materials or an unacceptable National Stock Number (NSN) substitute during inventory or hand-off.
d) OEM Warranty Claim: The Contractor shall submit a warranty claim form for part or workmanship defects discovered during the vehicle de-processing, inventory of vehicles or at vehicle hand-off.
Throughout the execution of this task order as situations warrant, the Contractor shall submit the reports and claims cited in paragraphs a-d above IAW CDRL A006 "Deficiency Reporting".
Upon arriving at a fielding site, the Contractor shall offload FMTVs located at the site's Central Receiving Point (CRP) and move the vehicles to the site's de-processing location.
At time of handoff, the Contractor shall conduct a 100% joint inventory with Government personnel then formally transfer accountability of all materiel in accordance with Army Regulation 710-2, "Supply Policy Below the National Level" by requiring the gaining units' Property Book Officer (PBO) to sign (digital signature, if possible) required documentation using a Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE)-generated DA Form 3161, "Request for Issue or Turn In". The Contractor shall coordinate PBUSE lateral transfer with the cognizant TACOM offices, which will be identified at the Start of Work Meeting. The Contractor shall ensure the PBO is authorized to sign for the equipment by having him or her provide the Contractor an Assumption of Command authorization or a signed DA Form 1687, "Notice of Delegation of Authority- Receipt for Supplies."
In accordance with the FMTV A1P2 De-processing Checksheet (Attachment 0003), and the FMTV Trailer De-processing Checksheet (Attachment 0004), the Contractor shall perform operational checks on FMTV end items, and correct or repair deficiencies identified during de-processing. Recommended changes or updates to each check sheet shall be approved by the COR and PdM MTV Quality Assurance.
Fielding Hand-Off Documents: The Contractor shall complete and submit PBUSE Lateral Transfer Requests (utilizing the PBUSE Request Form (example) (Attachment 0005)) to the TACOM PBUSE office. The documents will be used in the generation of DA Form 3162 (Request for Issue or Turn-in) for gaining unit PBO signature. The populated PBUSE Request Form and executed DA Form 3162 shall be submitted in accordance with CDRL A007, "Fielding Hand-Off Documentation". The Contractor shall complete the DA Form 2062 (Hand Receipt/Annex) and DA Form 5684-R (Joint Inventory Report) IAW DA PAM xxxxxxx2, "Instructions for Type Classification, Materiel Release, Fielding and Transfer" and DA PAM xxxxxxx, "Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures)". The Contractor shall ensure this documentation contributes to and facilitates transfer equipment accountability from the TACOM PBUSE office to the gaining unit and closes out the Wholesale Supply Systems transactions. The transfer will be accomplished through the Government PBUSE or Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A) databases or other future Army equipment accountability systems.
The Contractor's Fielding Team Leaders shall have Contractor-provided voice, internet and facsimile capabilities to allow direct two-way communication for transmission of documents and provide voice
communication for CONUS and OCONUS locations.
Weekly Fielding Meeting: The Contractor shall have representatives attend and participate in weekly fielding meetings that will be held on a recurring basis on the same day and time as agreed upon by the Government and Contractor. The Contractor representatives shall brief attendees on the status of fielding efforts, number of vehicles required and shipped to each fielding site, receive and respond to questions, and take action to resolve any issues pertaining to this task order that arise during the meetings. Contractor personnel shall provide updates regarding new, current and pending fielding efforts as depicted in "Fielding Schedule (example)" (Attachment 0006). One day prior to the Weekly Fielding Meeting, the Contractor shall populate the spreadsheet contained in "Fielding Schedule" (Attachment 0006) with statuses from the prior weeks fielding efforts. Submittal shall be made in accordance with CDRL A008, "Weekly Fielding Meeting Reports".
Bachelor's degree in the appropriate discipline plus five (5) years minimum of appropriate and progressive experience. Additional relevant education may be substituted for progressive experience.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
An inside and outside environment (considerations: closed quarters, close together, lighting). An inside environment may be a cubicle (considerations: close quarters, low to moderate noise, bright or dim lighting). Outside work may include various environmental conditions including hot, dusty, cold, and windy climates. It should be understood that employment may be located in potentially dangerous areas, including combat or war zones. This might involve the possibility of suffering harm by dangerous forces or friendly fire. These dangers are inherent to working conditions in a dangerous environment. Needs to be able to work well with co-workers, customer, and all levels of management.
Work may involve sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Position may require filing, typing, and reading from a computer screen. Must have sufficient mobility, included but not limited to: bending, reaching, turning and kneeling to complete daily duties in a timely and efficient manner. There is a possibility that due to parking availability and location of work, walking moderate to long distances may be required. Must be able to meet and maintain CENTCOM physical requirements for deployment.
Equipment and Machines
Ability to operate office equipment such as a personal computer, printer, copy machine, telephone, fax machine and other equipment including desk supplies and other work related tools as required.
Regular hours will be between Monday-Sunday 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Regular attendance of scheduled hours is extremely important, but not critical, except for deadlines and meetings. Punctuality and regular attendance are necessary to meet deadlines. Must exhibit flexibility of work hours to adjust to surge situations based on critical mission requirements.
Other Essential Functions
Must demonstrate professional behavior at all times when dealing with customers, management and co-workers. Must have clear, concise and accurate communications skills in English, both verbal and written. Grooming and dress must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk to employees or others. Must maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a professional manner. Independent personal transportation to office or work site is required. Travel to and from customer's locations and the test fields may be required to support projects. This may involve airline travel. In some cases, accommodations can possibly be made for POV, if necessary. When operating any vehicle for work purposes, must wear seat belt and in addition, no cellular devices are to be used when vehicle is in motion.