Root cause training, USA (6 July 2011)

22 June 2011

Subject: Request for Proposals, Root Cause/Incident Investigation Training

Solicitation Number NRC-HQ-11-R-38-0065

100% Small Business Set-Aside

Dear Offeror:

Enclosed is a Statement of Work requirement for the negotiation of a Contract proposal under the "Root Cause/Incident Investigation Training" Services request. No later than 11:00AM on July 6, 2011, please provide this office with a cost and technical proposal to accomplish the work described in the attached Statement of Work.

The selection process will consist of a Best Value source selection based on personnel qualifications and experience, organizational past performance, organizational experience, and price. Under a Best Value source selection, non-price evaluation factors, when combined are significantly more important than price. However, USNRC will not select an offeror for award on the basis of a superior capability without consideration of the amount of its price. In order to select the winning proposal, USNRC will rank each offeror by making a series of paired comparisons between them, trading off the marginal differences in capability with the marginal difference in price.

This procurement is a 100% Small Business Set Aside. The NAICS code for this solicitation is 611430 and the small business size standard is $7.0 million. The Government estimated value of this contract is $2,500,000.00. This procurement will be for one base period of twelve (12) months and four 12- month option periods. The number of awards under the Root Cause/Incident Investigation Training Services Contract will be one (1).

Proposals submitted in response to this RFP will be received in the following manner: email, Erika.Eam@nrc.gov

All submittals must be received by the closing date and time stated above.

If you should have any questions concerning this request, please contact Erika Eam at via email (preferred) at Erika.Eam@nrc.gov or (301) 492-3492.


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