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General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)

Contract Number
GS-02F-0011L
Sponsoring Agency
GSA
Task Order Types
FFP / T&M / Fixed rates by labor category
Eligible Buyers
All Federal Agencies / State and Local Agencies
Scope
611430: Professional and Management Development Training
611512: Flight Training
OLM: Other Direct Costs for Marketing and Public Relations Services

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Human Capital and Training Solution (HCaTS) – Pool 1 Unrestricted

Contract Number
GS02Q16DCR0009

Link to the HCaTS PMO Website
Office of Personnel Management (OPM)

General Overview of HCaTS
HCaTS is a partnership between the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to provide the Federal government with human resource training and development and human capital management services more efficiently and effectively.Task Orders issued under this ID/IQ may include incentives, performance based measures, multi-year or option periods, and commercial or non-commercial items.

The HCaTS contract is organized into three Key Service Areas (KSAs):

Functional Area Description
Customized Training and Development Services Under this functional area, contractors will develop training as well as deliver courses and provide curriculum administration services. Contractors will also provide employee coaching services.
Customized Human Capital Strategy Services Under this functional area, contractors will develop Human Resource strategies, staff acquisition, organizational and performance management, compensation and separation management.
Customized Organizational Performance Improvement Under this functional area, contractors will provide consultation services in order to achieve improved performance due to changes in how people are organized around business processes, changes to the processes themselves and the tools created to support those processes, as well as changes in management practices.

Delivery Order Types
Fixed-Price (all types), Cost-Reimbursement (all types), Time-and-Materials, and Labor-Hour

HCaTS-Related Marketing Materials and News Releases
Carley Press Release

Carley Capabilities for HCaTS
Carley’s capabilities include services under all three HCaTS functional areas.

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

RS3 – Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services

Contract Number
W15P7T-19-D-0020
Sponsoring Agency
Army Contracting Command
Task Order Types
FFP / CPFF / CPIF / Cost
Eligible Buyers
C4ISR Organizations

Scope
RS3 is a 10-year, $37.4 Billion IDIQ contract with a scope that includes a broad range of contractor-provided support services related to Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR).   Specific support areas under this IDIQ are:

  • Engineering
  • Research, Development, Test and Evaluation
  • Logistics
  • Acquisition and Strategic Planning
  • Education and Training

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

SeaPort Next Generation (NxG)

Contract Number
N00178-19-D-7318
Sponsoring Agency
Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
Delivery Order Types
FFP / FPI / CPFF / CPIF / CPAF
Eligible Buyers
Naval Sea Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, Office of Naval Research, United States Marine Corps

Scope

Services to be provided under this contract will be in the following categories:
  • Engineering Services, including:
    • Engineering, System Engineering, and Safety and Process Engineering Support
    • Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
    • In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout and Provisioning Support
    • Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
    • Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
    • Research and Development Support
    • Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
    • Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
    • System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
    • Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
    • Inactivation and Disposal Support
    • Biochemical Engineering Support
  • Program Management Services, including:
    • Financial Analysis and Budget Support
    • Quality Assurance (QA) Support
    • Functional and Direct Programmatic Administrative Support
    • Professional Development and Training Support
    • Analytical and Organizational Assessment Support
    • Database Administrators
    • Public Affairs and Multimedia Support
    • Logistics Support Engineering
    • Configuration Management (CM) Support
    • Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

Task Orders / Statement of Work

Documents to post are pending

SeaPort-e Quality Assurance

Carley has implemented a Quality Management System (QMS) certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 (Certificate # QMS-0615b). Our Quality Policy is to consistently provide products and services that meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers. We are committed to actively pursuing ever-improving quality through processes and programs to ensure we provide exceptional customer service 100% of the time!

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Training Data Products Contract (TDPC) Lot I – Full and Open

Contract Number
N61340-12-D-7107

Sponsoring Agency
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD)

Delivery Order Types
FFP / FPI / CPFF / CPIF

Eligible Buyers
Naval Air Systems Command and other PCOs as approved by the Government Contracting Officer

Scope
NAWCTSD may procure a broad range of training systems and intermediate work products within the scope of this contract. The detailed requirements for the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of training systems and training system intermediate work products, will be defined in the SOW or the Statement of Objectives for each specific Delivery Order.

The TDPC is divided into three distinct Functional Areas. Each Functional Area has a set of possible intermediate work products that lead to the production, delivery, test, and sustainment of a training system. The three Functional Areas included in the TDPC are:

  • Analysis, Design, and Evaluation
  • Development, Production, and Implementation
  • Sustainment

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Training Data Products Contract (TDPC) Lot II – Small Business Set-Aside

Contract Number
N61340-12-D-7205

Sponsoring Agency
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD)

Delivery Order Types
FFP / FPI / CPFF / CPIF

Eligible Buyers
Naval Air Systems Command and other PCOs as approved by the Government Contracting Officer

Scope
NAWCTSD may procure a broad range of training systems and intermediate work products within the scope of this contract. The detailed requirements for the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of training systems and training system intermediate work products, will be defined in the SOW or the Statement of Objectives for each specific Delivery Order.

The TDPC is divided into three distinct Functional Areas. Each Functional Area has a set of possible intermediate work products that lead to the production, delivery, test, and sustainment of a training system. The three Functional Areas included in the TDPC are:

  • Analysis, Design, and Evaluation
  • Development, Production, and Implementation
  • Sustainment

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Naval Training Products and Services (NTPS) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) – Curriculum Analysis

Contract Number
N00189-16-D-Z018
Sponsoring Agency
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk
Task Order Types
CPFF / FFP
Eligible Buyers
The acquisition of education and training products and related support services for the Naval Education Training Command (NETC) Domain, Direct Reporters, Component/Subcomponent Commands, Learning Centers, Learning Detachments, Naval Task Force (NTF) organizations, and other DON customers fundamental to Fleet readiness

Scope
The basic requirements to be performed under the Curriculum Analysis NTPS MAC will include the processes and sub-processes associated with the following:

  • NETC E2E Process Job Duty Task Analysis (JDTA)
  • NETC Front-End Analysis (NETC FEA)
  • Training Transition Plan (TTP)
  • Business Case Analysis (BCA)
  • Training Project Plan (TPP)
  • Evaluation Assessment Plan (EAP)
  • Training evaluations and other assessments
  • Development of curriculum/course management materials

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Naval Training Products and Services (NTPS) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) – Curriculum Maintenance & Development

Contract Number
N00189-17-D-Z010
Sponsoring Agency
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk
Task Order Types
CPFF / FFP
Eligible Buyers
The acquisition of education and training products and related support services for the Naval Education Training Command (NETC) Domain, Direct Reporters, Component/Subcomponent Commands, Learning Centers, Learning Detachments, Naval Task Force (NTF) organizations, and other DON customers fundamental to Fleet readiness

Scope
The basic requirements under this effort will be for courses that require updates, revisions, conversions or new development to meet the requirements identified during the analysis and design phases.

  • Curriculum Development – Requirements under this area will include curriculum development and conversion of training materials for instructor-led training, interactive multimedia instruction, blended training materials, and courseware for delivery using current technologies.
  • Curriculum Maintenance – Requirements under this area may include maintenance of training materials due to surveillance actions and internal and external triggers to change, update, and revise curriculum.

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Naval Training Products and Services (NTPS) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) – Re-Engineering, Development, PC Simulation

Contract Number
N00189-16-D-Z029
Sponsoring Agency
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk
Task Order Types
CPFF / FFP
Eligible Buyers
The acquisition of education and training products and related support services for the Naval Education Training Command (NETC) Domain, Direct Reporters, Component/Subcomponent Commands, Learning Centers, Learning Detachments, Naval Task Force (NTF) organizations, and other DON customers fundamental to Fleet readiness

Scope
The efforts under the Re-engineering, Development and PC Simulation NTPS MAC involve applying the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) or ISD/Systems Approach to Training (ISD/SAT) models to the development and life-cycle maintenance of Re-engineering, Development and PC Simulations.

  • Content Re-engineering – Requirements under this area will consist of (but not limited too) re-development of training material or simulations following the Naval Education and Training Command Course Development & Revision Process (E2E process). It will include the development of higher-end training based on the completed process. Content developed in these TOs or SOOs will be more interactive (level 2 / 3 / 4), more based on Skill Proficiency Levels (SPL1 – Imitation and SPL2 – Precision) and most knowledge development will be specifically Knowledge Proficiency Level (KPL2 – Application / Analysis or KPL3 – Synthesis and Evaluation). Assessments will be more performance based, may rely on PC-simulations, Part-Task Trainers, Technical Training Equipment (TTE) or combination approach.
  • Development – Using CPM/LO create Performance-based blended learning that can be assessed.
  • PC Modeling and Simulation – Requirements under this area will consist of development of high-level (Level III – IV) training applications that employ simulation technology on personal computer platforms.

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Training Systems Contract IV (TSC IV)

Contract Number
N61340-18-D-5017
Sponsoring Agency
Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD)
Delivery Order Types
CPFF /FFP / CPIF / FPIF
Eligible Buyers
NAWCTSD

Scope
The scope of this Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract is to provide training device and training systems design, development, production, test and evaluation, delivery, modification, and support. TSC IV Delivery Orders may include new training systems, modifications and upgrades to existing training systems, complementary Instructional Systems Development (ISD), and complementary Training Systems Support.

For this contract, Carley is the managing member of a Joint Venture – Triton II JV – formed together with Cole Engineering Services Inc. and FAAC, Inc. Triton II JV qualifies as a Small Business under this ID/IQ and as such, we are able to bid on Small Business set-asides as well as full-and-open Delivery Orders under this ID/IQ.

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865

Training Systems Acquisition III (TSA III) – Unrestricted & Small Business Set-Aside

Contract Number
FA8621-15-D-6256

Sponsoring Agency
Air Force Life Cycle Management Center/Agile Combat Support Directorate, Simulators Division (AFLCMC/WNS)

Delivery Order Types
FFP / FFPLOE / FPI / LH / CFPP / CPIF

Eligible Buyers
AFLCMC/WNS Procuring Contracting Officers (PCO)

Scope
The mission of the Simulators Division of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center/Agile Combat Support Directorate is to lead the development, acquisition, and sustainment efforts necessary to meet every AF Major Command’s (MAJCOM) simulation and training requirement. The Simulators Division at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), Ohio is responsible for end-to-end lifecycle management of AF training systems encompassing complex aircrew, maintenance, and system-specific training systems in support of warfighter training at operating locations worldwide.Simulators Division Customers Include: AF active duty, reserve, and National Guard and Department of Defense (DoD) joint warfighter as well as Foreign Military Sales (FMS).

Aircraft Platforms Supported Include: Fighter, bomber, cargo/airlift/tanker, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and special operations that include helicopter platforms. Training system performance parameters are defined by requirements unique to each platform’s mission and unique training needs.

Training Systems Tasks Include: Analysis, design, development, production, installation, integration, test, database generation, and sustainment. Training system performance parameters will be defined by requirements unique to each platform’s mission and unique training needs.

Carley Points of Contact

Afshan Baharmast
Vice President, Strategy and Growth
abaharmast@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1345
Fax: 407-895-3865

Deborah Brunetti
Vice President, Contracts
dbrunetti@carleycorp.com
Phone: 407-377-1322
Fax: 407-895-3865