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15 August 2006
STATEMENT OF WORK FOR WESTERN CONUS REGIONAL SERVICE CENTER (WC RSC) OFFICE FACILITY SECURITY, DATED 21 JUL 06
1. (U) PURPOSE. The WC RSC is one of five regional service centers which provide facilities, engineering support, and management services to the Department of Defense Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS) community in support of intelligence collection, analysis, and production efforts for the Department of Defense.
2. (U) BACKGROUND. The WC RSC was located on Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado and because of space constraints, moved its office space off base. A local office complex was chosen and space has been leased and improved to accommodate a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) environment. DAC2 imposes a requirement that SCIFs which contain Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) information be manned 24 hours a day with government personnel or unarmed TS/SCI cleared security officers in lieu of locking up all the classified information and disk media.
3. (U) OBJECTIVE. The objective of this requirement is to fund the hiring of a security company to provide 24 X 7 guard services for the facility.
4. (U) SCOPE OF WORK.
a. Contractor shall provide facility security protection in support of the WC RSC customer. Contractor shall provide two guards per shift. This effort includes team management and security administrative support.
b. Duties shall include control access and entry to the facility, verify badge credentials of employees, visitors, and contractors and issue temporary badge credentials where required; ensure that personnel are escorted when necessary; conduct inspection of materials ensuring that all property entering or leaving the facility is authorized; patrol perimeter periodically (once an hour; on off-hours - staggered times). The contractor is not authorized to carry weapons.
c. The contractor shall comply with applicable security procedures to include DoD 5200.1R, Information Security Program Regulation; DoD 5220.22-M, Industrial Security Manual; DCI/D 6/9, Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartment Information Facilities; DIAM 50-4, Security of Compartmented Computer Operations; DoD 5105.21-M-1, Policy for Using Communications Equipment in a SCIF. Contractor shall provide on-site copy of policy and procedures for use by security staff and customer management.
5. (U) PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE. The period of performance will be 12 months from the date of award with one-12 month option. Exact dates will be determined at the time of award. Contractor shall commence service within seven days (one week) of award.
6. (U) HOURS OF OPERATION. Contractor shall provide protection coverage 24 hour per day and seven days per week.
7. (U) PERSONNEL. The Contractor shall keep its workforce trained, proficient, and knowledgeable about the Government's stated requirements. The Contracting Officer (CO) may require the Contractor to remove from this contract any contractor personnel for reasons of misconduct, security breaches, or any reason found to be in the best interest of the Government. The Government reserves the right to reject, at any time and without notice, any employee assigned who is either unable or unwilling to perform work within the scope of this contract. The Contractor shall remove the contractor personnel from performing under this contract upon notification by the CO. The removal of personnel from this contract does not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to provide the specified number of personnel required under this contract. The Contractor shall provide replacements for the removed contractor personnel, with the same level of qualifications within ten (10) working days at no additional cost to the Government. The Contractor shall provide a pool of TS/SCI cleared security guards who are knowledgeable of their duties and properly trained. The Contractor shall provide supervision and scheduling of the security workforce. If changes are necessary, the COR must approve the personnel proposed by the contractor
8. (U) SECURITY REQUIREMENTS. All Contractor personnel assigned to this contract shall possess a Top Secret with Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance in accordance with policies established by DIA Counterintelligence Office (DAC) from the first day they are assigned. The contractor shall provide a list of names identifying their proposed personnel. The list shall specify level of clearance and date on which the clearance was granted (critical). The Contractor MUST have a current Top Secret Facility Clearance granted by the Defense Security Service (DSS) (critical).
9. (U) PLACE OF PERFORMANCE. 8610 Explorer Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920