(Revised October 24, 2016 through PROCLTR 2016-10)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBPART 37. 1 – SERVICE CONTRACTS – GENERAL
37.103 Contracting officer responsibility.
37.110 Solicitation provisions and contract clauses.
(f) The following management positions in addition to the CAE are designated following DoD Instruction 5000.74, Defense Acquisition of Services, Enclosure 4, dated January 5, 2016. The DLA Acquisition Deputy Director is the Senior Services Manager (SSM). The Component Level Leads (CLLs) by portfolio group are:
Electronics/Communications Services (ECS), DLA Information Operations Deputy Director
Facilities Related Services (FRS), DLA Chief of Staff (CoS)
Knowledge Based Services (KBS), DLA Information Operations Program Execution Officer (PEO)
Medical Services (MS), DLA CoS
Equipment Related Services, DLA Logistics Policy and Strategic Programs Executive Director
Transportation Related Services, DLA Logistics Policy and Strategic Programs Executive Director
Logistics Management Services, DLA Logistics Policy and Strategic Programs Executive Director
These portfolios comprise the vast majority of all DLA acquisitions of services. The SSM shall serve as the CLL for acquisition of services that fall outside the scope of the above designations.
Acquisition strategy for service requirements shall maximize opportunity for small business.
(e) The contracting officer shall ensure compliance with USD(AT&L) memorandum dated November 28, 2012, Enterprise-wide Contractor Manpower Reporting Application. The contractor manpower reporting requirement does not apply to procurements listed by product service code S111 Utilities-Gas services, S112 Utilities-Electricity services, S113 Utilities-Telephone and/or Communications services, S114 Utilities-Water services, S119 Other Utilities and Construction of structures and facilities.
(f) Adhere to the requirements set forth in the USD(AT&L) memorandum dated December 6, 2012, Service Acquisition Workshop (SAW). Document the consideration of a SAW for actions over $100 million. Acquisitions for services valued over $100 million shall be coordinated with the SSM.
(S-90) Solicitations and contracts shall include procurement note C05 when the services to be provided require professional employees, and evaluation of proposed key managerial personnel is required to assess the probability of successful performance.
C05 Changes to Key Personnel (OCT 2016)
Certain skilled, experienced, professional and/or technical personnel are essential for successful accomplishment of the work to be performed under this contract. These are defined as "key personnel" and are those persons whose resumes are submitted as part of the technical/business proposal for evaluation. The contractor shall use key personnel as identified in its proposal during the performance of this contract and will request contracting officer approval prior to any changes. Requests for approval of any changes shall be in writing with a detailed explanation of the circumstances necessitating the change. The request must contain a complete resume for the new key personnel and any other pertinent information, such as degrees, certifications, and work history. New key personnel must have qualifications that are equal to or higher than those being replaced. The contracting officer will evaluate the request and notify the contractor whether the requested change is acceptable to the Government.
(a) Solicitations shall include procurement note L07 to identify Government points of contact for offerors who wish to inspect the Government installation where services will be performed.
L07 Site Visit Instructions (OCT 2016)
Primary Name: Phone Number
Alternate Name: Phone Number