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General Services Administration

Federal Supply Service

Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

On-line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA ADVANTAGE!™, a menu-driven database system. The INTERNET address for GSA ADVANTAGE!™ is:

http://www.GSAAdvantage.gov.

Logistics Worldwide (Logworld)

Federal Supply Group: 87 Class: 874 V

Contract No: GS-10F-0382K

For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the FSS Schedules button at http://www.fss.gsa.gov

Contract Period: 9/15/2000 - 9/14/2015

Price List Effective: February 17, 2011

Through Modification A112 dated February 17, 2011

GENERAL DYNAMICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INC.

3211 Jermantown Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

Technical: 703-246-0271

Contracts: 703-995-6724

Fax: 703-995-6733

Website: www.gdit.com

Business Size: Large

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Customer Information ... 2

Information for Ordering Offices ... 4

Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) ... 6

Contractor Team Arrangements ... 6

Company Overview ………...7

SIN Descriptions ………8

Appendix 1 – Labor Category Descriptions ... ….. 11

Appendix 2 – Labor Rates ... 32

Appendix 3 – Blanket Purchase Agreement Forms ... 36

Appendix 4 – Basic Guidelines for Using Contractor Team Arrangements ... 39

Appendix 5 – USA Commitment to Promote Small Business Participation Procurement Programs ... 40

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CUSTOMER INFORMATION 1a. Awarded Special Item Numbers (SINs):

SIN 874-501, 874-501RC

Supply and Value Chain Management Services Page 8 SIN 874-503, 874-503RC Distribution and Transportation Logistic Services Page 9 SIN 874-504, 874-504RC Deployment Logistic Services Page 9 SIN 874-505, 874-505RC Logistics Training Services Page 10 SIN 874-507, 874-507RC Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management and Support Services Page 10 1b. Pricing:

Labor Category rates proposed in support of all SINs.

See Appendix 2 for GDIT Labor Rates.

Should overtime be required and authorized, GDIT will invoice the Government at one and one-half times the task order negotiated contract labor rates for categories determined to be covered by the Service Contract Act (SCA) (identified **).

1c. Hourly Rates: See Appendix 1 for GDIT Labor

Category Descriptions.

2. Maximum Order: $1,000,000 - all SINs 3. Minimum Order: $300

4. Geographic Coverage: The geographic scope of

this contract encompasses the 48 contiguous states, the District of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and overseas U.S. Government installations.

5. Points of Production: Fairfax, VA

6. Discount from List Prices or Statement of Net Price: Prices shown are net prices.

7. Quantity Discounts: None

It is General Dynamic Information Technology, Inc.’s (GDIT’s) practice to review each task order for

factors that may allow us to propose discounted labor rates.

8. Prompt Payment Terms: Payment terms are Net

30 calendar days.

9. a. Government Purchase Cards Below the Micro-purchase Threshold: GDIT will accept

Government Purchase Cards for task orders placed that are below the micro-purchase threshold.

b. Government Purchase Cards Above the Micro-purchase Threshold: GDIT will accept

Government Purchase Cards for task orders placed that are above the micro-purchase threshold.

10. Foreign Items: N/A

11. a. Time of Delivery: As negotiated in each task

order.

b. Expedited Delivery: The items available for

expedited delivery are noted in this price list: For all SINs – negotiated on a task order basis.

c. Overnight and 2-day Delivery. Same as

Expedited Delivery above.

d. Urgent Requirements. When the Federal

Supply Schedule contract delivery period does not meet the bona fide urgent delivery requirements of an ordering agency, agencies are encouraged, if time permits, to contact the Contractor for the purpose of obtaining accelerated delivery. The Contractor shall reply to the inquiry within 3 workdays after receipt. (Telephonic replies shall be confirmed by the Contractor in writing.) If the Contractor offers an accelerated delivery time acceptable to the ordering agency, any order(s) placed pursuant to the agreed upon accelerated delivery time frame shall be delivered within this shorter delivery time and in accordance with all other terms and conditions of the contract.

12. F.O.B. Point(s): The F.O.B. Point is destination for

all purchased end items ordered hereunder for the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia. Equipment purchased and destined to countries outside the 48 states shall be shipped F.O.B. Point of Embarkation. Charges for all insurance and shipping beyond the Point of Embarkation will be the responsibility of the Government. The Government may, at its option, elect to ship by Air Freight and the Government will pay all associated charges. Air Freight charges are on an "open market" basis only.

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13. a. Ordering Address(es):

For mailed orders, the postal mailing address where paper form orders should be mailed is as follows: General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc. 3211 Jermantown Road

Fairfax, VA 22030

Attention: Janet L. Skahill Contract Administration: Janet L. Skahill

Voice: (703) 995-6724 Fax: (703) 995-6733 Email: janet.skahill@gdit.com

Contact for Technical/Ordering Assistance or for placing orders via facsimile or email:

Gary Hopkins Voice: (703) 246-0271 Fax: (703) 277-3086 Email: gary_hopkins@gdit.com or Skip Derick Voice: (703) 995-5361 Fax: (703) 995-6767 Email: skip.derick@gdit.com

13. b. Ordering Procedures: For supplies and

services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s), and a sample BPA can be found at the GSA/FSS Schedule homepage (fss.gsa.gov/schedules).

14. Payment Address:

Payment Via Check/U.S. Mail:

General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc. PNC Bank, N.A.

P. O. Box 643014

Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3014

15. Warranty Provision:

a. Unless specified otherwise in this contract, the Contractor’s standard commercial warranty, as stated in the contract’s commercial price list, will apply to this contract.

b. The Contractor warrants and implies that the items delivered hereunder are merchantable and fit for use for the particular purpose described in this contract.

c. Limitation of Liability. Except as otherwise provided by an express or implied warranty, the Contractor will not be liable to the Government for

consequential damages resulting from any defect or deficiencies in accepted items.

16. Statement Concerning Availability of Export Packing:

Not available within the scope of this contract.

17. Terms and Conditions of Government Purchase Card Acceptance:

None.

18. Terms and Conditions of Rental, Maintenance, and Repair:

N/A

19. Terms and Conditions of Installation:

N/A

20. Terms and Conditions of Repair Parts:

N/A

20a. Terms and Conditions for Any Other Services:

1. Travel and Other Direct Costs (ODCs): Non-local travel costs and incidental ODCs may be incurred as a result of specific orders issued pursuant to this Schedule. Travel and ODC amounts will be priced as a separate line item. Travel will be priced in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulations or ordering agency regulations, and shall be subject to appropriate burdens. ODCs will be priced based on estimated costs plus applicable burdens.

2. OUTCONUS: GDIT proposes to use the same loaded labor rates for CONUS and OUTCONUS efforts. However, for OUTCONUS efforts we will propose any special insurance, special space costs, telecommunications, COLA HOLA, and any other costs directly related to supporting employees outside of the continental United States as Other Direct Costs in our delivery order proposals.

4. Delivery Orders with option years. Task orders with option years may be placed against this GSA Schedule.

21. Service and Distribution Points: N/A 22. List of Participating Dealers: N/A 23. Preventive Maintenance: N/A 24. a. Environmental Attributes: N/A

24. b. Section 508 Compliance: If applicable,

Section 508 compliance information on the supplies and services in this contract are available in Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) at GDIT’s homepage: www.gdit.com. The EIT standard can be found at: www.Section508.gov .

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25. Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number:

06-764-1597

26. Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database:

GDIT has registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database.

INFORMATION FOR ORDERING OFFICES 1. Type of Contractor - Large Business

2. Contractor's Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN):

54-1194322

3. CAGE Code: 07MU1 4. DUNS Number: 06-764-1597

5. Inspection/Acceptance

The Contractor shall only tender for acceptance those items that conform to the requirements of this contract. The Government reserves the right to inspect or test any supplies or services that have been tendered for acceptance. The Government may require repair or replacement of nonconforming supplies or reperformance of nonconforming services at no increase in contract price. The Government must exercise its postacceptance rights (1) within a reasonable time after the defect was discovered or should have been discovered; and (2) before any substantial change occurs in the condition of the item, unless the change is due to the defect in the item.

6. Limitation of Liability

Except as otherwise provided by an express or implied warranty, the Contractor will not be liable to the Government for consequential damages resulting from any defect or deficiencies in accepted items.

7. Special Provisions for Task Orders

Agencies may incorporate provisions in their task orders that are essential to their requirements (e.g., security clearances, hazardous substances, special handling, key personnel, etc.). These provisions, when required, will be included in individual task orders. Any cost necessary for the contractor to comply with the provision(s) will be included in the task order proposal, unless otherwise prohibited by law.

8. Security Requirements

In the event security requirements are necessary, the ordering activities may incorporate, in their delivery orders, a security clause in accordance with current laws, regulations, and individual agency policy; however, the burden of administering the security requirements shall be with the ordering agency.

9. Order Procedures for Services (Requiring a Statement of Work) (G-FSS-920)

FAR 8.402 contemplates that GSA may occasionally find it necessary to establish special ordering procedures for individual Federal Supply Schedules or for some Special Item Numbers (SINs) within a Schedule. GSA has established special ordering procedures for services that require a Statement of Work. These special ordering procedures take precedence over the procedures in FAR 8.404 (b)(2) through (b)(3).

When ordering services over $100,000, Department of Defense (DOD) ordering offices and non-DOD agencies placing orders on behalf of DOD must follow the policies and procedures in the Defense Federal Acquisition

Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 208.404-70 –

Additional ordering procedures for services. When DFARS 208.404-70 is applicable and there is a conflict between the ordering procedures contained in this clause and the additional ordering procedures for services in DFARS 208.404-70, the DFARS procedures take precedence.

GSA has determined that the prices for services contained in the contractor's price list applicable to this Schedule are fair and reasonable. However, the ordering office using this contract is responsible for considering the level of effort and mix of labor proposed to perform a specific task being ordered and for making a determination that the total firm-fixed price or ceiling price is fair and reasonable.

(a) When ordering services, ordering offices

shall—

(1) Prepare a Request (Request for Quote or other communication tool):

(i) A statement of work (a

performance-based statement of work is preferred) that outlines, at a minimum, the work to be performed, location of work, period of performance, deliverable schedule, applicable standards, acceptance criteria, and any special requirements (i.e., security clearances, travel, special knowledge, etc.) should be prepared.

(ii) The request should include the statement of work and request the contractors to submit either a firm-fixed price or a ceiling price to provide the services outlined in the statement of work. A firm-fixed price order shall be requested, unless the ordering office makes a determination that it is not possible at the time of placing the order to estimate accurately the extent or duration of the work or to anticipate cost with any reasonable degree of confidence. When such a determination is made, a labor hour or time-and-materials quote may be requested. The firm-fixed price shall be based on the prices in the schedule contract and shall consider the mix of labor categories and level of effort required to perform the services described in the statement of work. The firm-fixed price of the order should also include any travel costs or other direct charges related to performance of the services ordered, unless the order

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provides for reimbursement of travel costs at the rates provided in the Federal Travel or Joint Travel Regulations. A ceiling price must be established for labor-hour and time-and-materials orders.

(iii) The request may ask the

contractors, if necessary or appropriate, to submit a project plan for performing the task, and information on the contractor's experience and/or past performance performing similar tasks.

(iv) The request shall notify the contractors what basis will be used for selecting the contractor to receive the order. The notice shall include the basis for determining whether the contractors are technically qualified and provide an explanation regarding the intended use of any experience and/or past performance information in determining technical qualification of responses.

(2) Transmit the Request to Contractors: Based upon an initial evaluation of catalogs and price lists, the ordering office should identify the contractors that appear to offer the best value (considering the scope of services offered, pricing and other factors such as contractors' locations, as appropriate) and transmit the request as follows:

(i) The request shall be provided to at least three (3) contractors if the proposed order is estimated to exceed the micro-purchase threshold, but not exceed the maximum order threshold.

(ii) For proposed orders

exceeding the maximum order threshold, the request shall be provided to an appropriate number of additional contractors that offer services that will meet the agency's needs.

In addition, the request shall be provided to any contractor who specifically requests a copy of the request for the proposed order.

(iv) Ordering offices should strive to minimize the contractors' costs associated with responding to requests for quotes for specific orders. Requests should be tailored to the minimum level necessary for adequate evaluation and selection for order placement. Oral presentations should be considered, when possible.

(3) Evaluate Responses and Select the

Contractor to Receive the Order:

After responses have been evaluated against the factors identified in the request, the order should be placed with the schedule contractor that represents the best value. (See FAR 8.404)

(b) The establishment of Federal Supply Schedule Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) for recurring services is permitted when the procedures outlined herein are followed. All BPAs for services must define the services that may be ordered under the BPA, along with delivery or performance time frames, billing procedures, etc. The potential volume of orders under BPAs, regardless of the size of individual orders, may offer the ordering office the opportunity to secure volume discounts. When establishing BPAs, ordering offices shall—

(1) Inform contractors in the request

(based on the agency's requirement) if a single BPA or

multiple BPAs will be established, and indicate the basis that will be used for selecting the contractors to be awarded the BPAs.

(i) SINGLE BPA: Generally, a

single BPA should be established when the ordering office can define the tasks to be ordered under the BPA and establish a firm-fixed price or ceiling price for individual tasks or services to be ordered. When this occurs, authorized users may place the order directly under the established BPA when the need for service arises. The schedule contractor that represents the best value should be awarded the BPA. (See FAR 8.404)

(ii) MULTIPLE BPAs: When the

ordering office determines multiple BPAs are needed to meet its requirements, the ordering office should determine which contractors can meet any technical qualifications before establishing the BPAs. When establishing multiple BPAs, the procedures in (a)(2) above must be followed. The procedures at (a)(2) do not apply to orders issued under multiple BPAs. Authorized users must transmit the request for quote for an order to all BPA holders and then place the order with the BPA holder that represents the best value.

(2) Review BPAs Periodically: Such

reviews shall be conducted at least annually. The purpose of the review is to determine whether the BPA still represents the best value. (See FAR 8.404)

(c) The ordering office should give preference to small business concerns when two or more contractors can provide the services at the same firm-fixed price or ceiling price.

(d) When the ordering office's requirement

involves both products as well as executive,

administrative and/or professional, services, the ordering office should total the prices for the products and the firm-fixed price for the services and select the contractor that represents the best value. (See FAR 8.404)

(e) The ordering office, at a minimum, should document orders by identifying the contractor from which the services were purchased, the services purchased, and the amount paid. If other than a firm-fixed price order is placed, such documentation should include the basis for the determination to use a labor-hour or time-and-materials order. For agency requirements in excess of the micro-purchase threshold, the order file should document the evaluation of Schedule contractors' quotes that formed the basis for the selection of the contractor that received the order and the rationale for any trade-offs made in making the selection.

10. Purchase of Open Market Items

NOTE: Open Market Items are also known as incidental items, non-contract items, non-Schedule items, and items not on a Federal Supply Schedule contract.

For administrative convenience, an ordering office contracting officer may add items not on the Federal Supply Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) -- referred to as

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open market items -- to a Federal Supply Schedule blanket purchase agreement (BPA) or an individual task or delivery order, only if-

(a) All applicable acquisition regulations pertaining to the purchase of the items not on the Federal Supply Schedule have been followed (e.g., publicizing (Part 5), competition requirements (Part 6), acquisition of commercial items (Part 12), contracting methods (Parts 13, 14, and 15), and small business programs (Part 19)); (b) The ordering office contracting officer has determined the price for the items not on the Federal Supply Schedule is fair and reasonable;

(c) The items are clearly labeled on the order as items not on the Federal Supply Schedule; and

(d) All clauses applicable to items not on the Federal Supply Schedule are included in the order.

11. GSA Advantage!

GSA Advantage! is an on-line, interactive electronic information and ordering system that provides on-line access to vendors' schedule prices with ordering information. GSA Advantage! will allow the user to perform various searches across all contracts including, but not limited to:

(a) Manufacturer;

(b) Manufacturer's Part Number; and (c) Product categories.

Agencies can browse GSA Advantage! By accessing the Internet World Wide Web utilizing a browser (ex. Netscape). The Internet address is http://www.gsaadvantage.gov/ .

BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (BPAs) Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 13.201(a) defines Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) as "...a simplified method of filling anticipated repetitive needs for supplies or services by establishing 'charge accounts' with qualified sources of supply." The use of Blanket Purchase Agreements under the Federal Supply Schedule Program is authorized in accordance with FAR 13.303-2(c)(3), which reads, in part, as follows:

"BPAs may be established with Federal Supply Schedule Contractors, if not inconsistent with the terms of the applicable schedule contract."

Federal Supply Schedule contracts contain BPA provisions to enable schedule users to maximize their administrative and purchasing savings. This feature permits schedule users to set up "accounts" with Schedule Contractors to fill recurring requirements. These accounts establish a period for the BPA and

generally address issues such as the frequency of ordering and invoicing, authorized callers, discounts, delivery locations and times. Agencies may qualify for the best quantity/volume discounts available under the contract, based on the potential volume of business that may be generated through such an agreement, regardless of the size of the individual orders. In addition, agencies may be able to secure a discount higher than that available in the contract based on the aggregate volume of business possible under a BPA. Finally, Contractors may be open to a progressive type of discounting where the discount would increase once the sales accumulated under the BPA reach certain prescribed levels. Use of a BPA may be particularly useful with the new Maximum Order feature. See the Suggested Format, contained in this Schedule Price List, for customers to consider when using this purchasing tool.

CONTRACTOR TEAMING ARRANGEMENTS Contractors participating in contractor team arrangements must abide by all terms and conditions of their respective contracts. This includes compliance with Clauses 552.238-74, Contractor’s Reports of Sales and 552.238-76, Industrial Funding Fee, i.e., each contractor (team member) must report sales and remit the IFF for all products and services provided under its individual contract.

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GENERAL DYNAMICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INC. (GDIT)

COMPANY OVERVIEW

As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, federal civilian government and commercial sectors.

With approximately 17,000 professionals worldwide, the company manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs delivering IT services and enterprise solutions.

General Dynamics Information Technology is one of four business units of the General Dynamics Information Systems and Technology business segment. Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., General Dynamics Information Technology has major offices worldwide.

General Dynamics, headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, employs approximately 92,000 people worldwide. The company is a market leader in business aviation; land and expeditionary combat systems, armaments and munitions; shipbuilding and marine systems; and information systems and technologies.

General Dynamics Information Technology's Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD) schedule contract provides our clients with a wide range of logistics services within the below listed areas. General Dynamics Information Technology has a proud and dynamic tradition of providing professional logistics support and related services. Our client base includes the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, U.S. Postal Service, FEMA, the Department of Justice, and many others. Our corporate focus on logistics is also amplified through a number of our field offices strategically sited with centers of logistic effort.

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Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD)

Services Descriptions

SIN 874-501/874-501RC—Supply and Value

Chain Services

GDIT provides professional supply and value chain services that include support system assessments; reviews of current operations practices and consultation on enhanced capabilities; comprehensive requirements development; and planning, management, and operations of inventory and fulfillment systems, including state-of-the-art asset visibility opportunities. Our efforts provide system modernization and support to multiple aspects of integrated logistics operations and we work to fully understand client requirements and develop supply value chain solution sets that satisfy these requirements, be they local or worldwide. The GDIT team brings a strong record of logistics performance and service capability to the LOGWORLD program. Our business process solutions and applied integrated technology yield performance enhancements across processes and systems. Our logistical experience is based upon proven people working within the framework of innovative processes. This has been demonstrated on a nationwide scale in our long-term partnership with the USPS. The USPS work has evolved as our solutions and systems-wide approach have revolutionized material distribution and inventory controls across the entire postal operation. The modernized Material Distribution and Inventory Management System (MDIMS) incorporates purchasing, material management, marketing, finance, and logistics support as phases of the total system. Our introduction of Web purchasing and electronic commerce (EC) capabilities have resulted in documented cost reductions and productivity gains.

Our commitment to work with clients to fully develop optimum solutions, based on their true needs, is only the starting point in our total approach to excellence in customer operations. The envisioned supply value chain solutions include direct vendor deliveries, leverage time-definite transportation to reduce pipeline times, increase inventory turnover ratios, and lead to the potential elimination of some traditional warehouse facilities. The increased use of EC and the Internet as integrated parts of the process is critical.

GDIT also incorporates state-of-the-art logistics technology products into supply value chain activities. We provide Unique Identification (UID)/Radio Frequency Identification (RFID services. We are experienced in the use of smart cards, data tags, bar codes, readers, and other pieces of automated identification technology (AIT), and incorporate these capabilities, as needed, for our clients. Measurement of performance, use of agile metrics, and “taking it to the next step” practices in process improvement are given high priority.

GDIT is fully versed and capable of acquisition logistics and ILS and is currently involved in the provision of these key services to a variety of federal activities. Our role includes full support and participation in joint government and contract teams working on developmental efforts. We fully understand and can provide vital support in early assessments, documentation of requirements, establishment of program goals, and plan and schedule preparation in a variety of media. Our experience includes complete capabilities in building and documenting funding plans, project tracking, and reporting. Our experts provide support for technical manuals as well as the development of complex documentation. We provide expertise in spare parts planning, life cycle management modeling, and ultimately assist in the final disposal stage of materials.

GDIT expertise in acquisition logistics is evident in our ongoing ILS support for key U.S. Navy projects at multiple sites. These surface and underwater logistics related tasks include developing documentation and training materials, provisioning of spares and maintenance/installation, and controlling the retrograde of repairable items. We are knowledgeable in the best methods to achieve success in schedules of spares, parts management, catalogs, training manuals, conduct of training, and complete plans for systems or equipment maintenance.

We have also supported and continue to support every phase of program development, program management, documentation, training, and fielding for the Army PM TACMIS. Our experience in tasks involving configuration management is also extensive. We performed all configuration management functions for the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) Worldwide Port System (WPS) regional databases. We understand the Acquisition/ILS process and its challenges, especially in the early stages of development when

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intense management and problem solving may be extensively required. Coordination, open

communications, cooperatively working in accordance with the acquisition plan, and fine-tuning are actions requiring strong leadership, expertise, and capability which GDIT brings to the entire Federal sector.

SIN 874-503/874-503RC—Distribution and

Transportation Logistics Services

As part of distribution and transportation services, GDIT develops solutions that provide enhancements in service and in the availability of in-transit visibility data. GDIT’s expert staff possesses the requisite skill sets, insights into industry trends, and the capability to provide the management, analysis tools, modeling, transportation systems development, and direct leadership to support governmental activities in enhanced transportation and distribution operations. GDIT has the complete range of expertise available to assist the government client agencies in integrating the transportation segments of the supply value chain and to maximize the total systems status reporting and measurable results. GDIT supports the transportation networks of a large group of complex clients and their systems. These global operations support the Army in more than 70 ocean terminal/port sites now using the WPS of the MTMC. Another key capability is in the Air Force’s primary installation-level transportation system, the CMOS was developed and supported by GDIT. This system’s processes provide interactive processing support for all shipment and receipt of cargo, deployment of unit cargo and personnel, and in-transit visibility. Another GDIT large effort is focused on assisting the Army’s Transportation Coordinator’s Automated Information for Movement System II (TC-AIMSII) Joint Project Management Office (JPMO) in developing and implementing comprehensive requirements for that joint system. GDIT’s role continues to expand to include all elements of program planning and control, requirement definition, system design and development, and integrated logistics, including testing, fielding, training, and help desk support.

SIN 874-504/874-504RC—Deployment

Logistics Services

The deployment logistics task assignment is ideally suited to the GDIT team approach for solutions and response capability. The approach includes the need for appropriate study and review of requirements as a necessary first step. This is followed closely by identifying resource capabilities (both on a regional and global basis), understanding material management challenges, and then optimizing the process to meet this objective. GDIT provides an array of analytical tools to support this work effort. GDIT understands that the basis of contingency capability resides in operational capability during normal conditions. Additionally, contingency planning for government agencies is an ongoing activity and GDIT works to continually understand client activities, policies, and direction. “What if” drills, sequential models, command post crisis drills, and simulations are available tools. This iterative process is reworked against multiple scenarios, with different conditions, locations, or resource conditions applied. Contingency plans are developed for staff review and ultimate acceptance by the agency. The actual distribution of the plans, testing, exercises, and the recording of lessons learned and updates to plans are areas of emphasis. Other key elements of deployment logistics beyond the modeling and development of contingency plans include resource planning and the allocation of materials and capabilities to fulfill requirements, either locally or in a broader, global situation.

GDIT supports a variety of specialized logistics activities that closely parallel the deployment capability and knows how to organize and conduct world-class deployment logistics operations. GDIT, because of its experienced staff, communications and automation capabilities, and appreciation of the challenges of supporting complex planning requirements is a natural match for this function. GDIT has gained experience in support of deployment activities due to a premier long-term role supporting governmental operations under a variety of contract vehicles. GDIT developed detailed contingency plans for the MTMC’s extensive systems that support port, cargo, asset management, and passenger movement operations in preparation for the millennium passages. GDIT’s familiarity with emergency operations and interoperability at multiple locations and agencies is further demonstrated in continuing support to FEMA’s National Emergency Management Information System (NEMIS). The

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contingency plan process has been amply demonstrated in the use of GDIT’s TC-AIMS II system and its short-notice field testing in support of unit redeployments and equipment movements for Bosnia operations. Short-term requirements and high visibility operations were quickly supported. The introduction of new technology and vastly enhanced capability was delivered by GDIT professionals as integrated members of the government task force.

SIN 874-505/874-505RC —Logistics

Training Services

GDIT provides specific training in transportation, supply, hazardous materials, and automated systems. A complete variety of training formats includes traditional classroom instruction, computer-based training (CBT), CD-ROM, self-paced materials, and video teleconference distance learning. Customized course development is available, as well as key educational needs assessments, program management, and a variety of professional production capabilities. Tailored or client-specific developed course offerings will be offered based on the client requirements. For these courses, we will utilize the labor skill set taken from our offered labor categories to develop/conduct the training.

GDIT offers the complete suite of services, including full training needs assessments, full-motion synchronized video, high-quality audio, exciting 2D and 3D graphics, and animation. GDIT has more than 200 years of combined experience in designing, developing, and delivering training products and services. GDIT has produced high quality and highly praised training for a number of federal activities, including the Department of Justice, the Coast Guard, and the Department of Transportation. Training is a major emphasis at GDIT, and this commitment is further enhanced by GDIT’s Learning Management System (LMS) that provides internal employee continuing education.

SIN 874-507/874-507RC—Operations &

Maintenance Logistics Management and

Support Services

GDIT understands that Operations and Maintenance Logistics Management Support is a unified and iterative approach to the management and technical activities required to influence

operational and material requirements, system specifications, and ultimate design, to include minimizing environmental impacts and compliance with environmental regulations. GDIT’s goals and overall objectives are to reduce Total Ownership Cost (TOC) and to produce and sustain a fully supportable system that meets the established operational and system readiness objectives, as stated in the specific system documents, at the lowest Life Cycle Cost (LCC). GDIT meets the goals through an iterative management process to facilitate development and integration of the ten individual logistic support elements. All elements are developed in coordination with the system engineering effort and with each other. This ensures any and all tradeoffs between elements required to acquire a system are affordable, operable, supportable, sustainable, transportable, and environmentally sound within the resources available and are considered at all times.

GDIT’s certified instructors, logisticians, and maintenance technicians offer low risk solutions in defining the support requirements best related to system design, acquiring the required support, and providing the required operational phase support for the best value.

874-507/874-507RC Services Summary • Logistical Support Services • Supply Services • Equipment Asset Management and Maintenance • Fleet Management and Maintenance • Preventive Maintenance Planning • Property Management and Maintenance

• Strategic and Tactical Planning

• Strategic Account Management

• Mobile Utility Support Equipment Operation, Maintenance, and Repair • Project Management, Integrated Facility Management, and Operations Management Support

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Category 1-M: General Management and Administrative

M1—Program Manager General Experience

Must have at least ten years of experience, of which at least six must be specialized. Specialized experience includes complete engineering project development from inception to deployment, demonstrated ability to provide guidance and direction in the tasks similar to the sample tasks provided in the statement of work, proven expertise in the management and control of funds and resources, and demonstrated capability in managing multi-task contracts of this type and complexity. General experience includes increasing responsibilities in logistics/business systems design and management.

Functional Responsibility

Serves as the contractor’s contract manager, and shall be the contractor’s authorized liaison with the Government Contracting Officer (CO), the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), government management personnel, and customer agency representatives. Responsible for formulating and enforcing work standards, assigning contractor schedules, reviewing work discrepancies, supervising contractor personnel, and communicating policies, purposes, and goals of the organization to subordinates. Shall be responsible for the overall contract performance and shall not serve in any other capacity

Education B.S./B.A.

M2—Project Manager/Task Lead General Experience

Must have seven years of general experience including five years of specialized experience, of which two were direct supervisory experience. Functional Responsibility

Monitors each task and keeps the Program Manager abreast of all problems and accomplishments. Anticipates problems and works to mitigate anticipated problems. As a team or

project leader, provides technical direction for the logistics project. May serve as a technical authority for a functional area. As a staff specialist or consultant, resolves unique and unyielding business systems problems using new technology and approaches. Can complete tasks within estimated timeframes and budget constraints. Schedules and assigns duties to subordinates. Interacts with government management personnel. Reports in writing and orally to contractor management and government representatives, including the government contracting officer.

Education B.S./B.A.

M3—Assistant Project Manager General Experience

Must have at least four years of experience, of which at least two must be related to the management of programs, projects, or task orders. Experience must include increasing responsibilities in both managerial and technical responsibilities. Must demonstrate the ability to work independently or under only general direction.

Functional Responsibility

Assists in the performance of all Project Manager responsibilities. May be responsible for individual task orders under the supervision of the Project Manager.

Education B.S./B.A.

M4—Project Financial Control General Experience

Must have at least six years of experience, of which at least four must be specialized. Specialized experience may include strategic and business planning, operational plans and control, program pricing, surveillance and evaluation, or performance measurement systems. General experience includes increasing responsibilities of a technical and/or fiscal nature.

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Functional Responsibility

Responsible for tracking and reporting to program management all key financial information, including budgets, performance to these budgets, and estimates to complete. Additional responsibilities may include support in developing program and performance measurements, criteria for these measurements, accountability matrices, and performance system implementation guidelines. Defines and continuously refines key indicators, results, and measurements to manage the business processes to achieve desired program and/or project results.

Education B.S./B.A.

M5—Quality Assurance Manager General Experience

Must have at least seven years of logistics, engineering, and/or system analysis and programming experience, including four years of quality assurance experience.

Functional Responsibility

Organizes and maintains all required quality assurance documentation. Responsible for ensuring compliance with recognized standards and practices. Reviews all documentation for completeness, accuracy, and correctness. Supports the test and integration personnel as a witness to testing requirements. Certifies that deliverables have met all quality requirements. Education

B.S./B.A.

M6—Senior Quality Assurance Specialist General Experience

Must have at least five years of experience, of which three must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for most technical and complex quality control testing of raw materials, in-process materials, and bulk or finished products. Assists in the development of new methods and procedures. Education

B.S./B.A.

M7—Quality Assurance Specialist General Experience

Must have at least four years of experience, of which two must be specialized. Specialized experience includes configuration management,

verification and validation, system testing and integration, and metrics and their application to systems quality assessment. Expertise may be either logistics business systems or software systems based. General experience includes increasing responsibilities in quality assurance and quality control.

Functional Responsibility

Assists in the evaluation of software and associated documentation. Participates in formal and informal reviews to determine quality.

Education B.S./B.A.

M8—This Number Reserved M9— This Number Reserved

Category 2-F: Functional F1—Senior Logistician

General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which five must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Determines overall support requirements, including facilities, personnel, safety, and maintenance. Directs and coordinates program activities designed to ensure effective and economical support. Analyzes and evaluates design concepts to determine if concepts satisfy support requirements and studies the relative supportability of alternative concepts. Determines logistic support sequences and time phasing. Anticipates logistics problems related to operational areas and environmental and human factors and determines contingency requirements and solutions. May design and conduct research or technical studies to support logistic functions.

Education B.S./B.A.

F2—Intermediate Logistician General Experience

Must have at least four years of experience, of which three must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Assists in the development of logistical management systems. Obtains and researches data required to perform related analysis. Assists in

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developing materials for tracking and status reports. Receives instructions on project objectives, complex features, and potential solutions.

Education B.S./B.A.

F3—Logistics Analyst General Experience

Must have at least four years of experience, of which two years must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Develops and implements logistics plans that may affect the production, distribution, and inventory of finished products in order to enhance product flow. Assists in the development of policies, guidelines, and procedures to ensure quality and cost control. Conducts distribution and network studies, monitors inventory, and analyzes requirements in order to develop strategies to achieve desired delivery times and order fill rates. Maintains appropriate records and prepares reports. Coordinates logistics activities with internal/external customers.

Education B.S./B.A.

F4—This Number Reserved F5—This Number Reserved

F6—Contracts/Acquisition Specialist General Experience

Must have at least five years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Assists government procurement agencies to define proposals (FRQ) and qualify vendors. Applies knowledge of the defense acquisition process to support customers in the analysis and improvement of acquisition process policy and procedures. Devises strategies for deploying and implementing new acquisition policy initiatives and measuring the effectiveness of implementation. Uses quantitative analytical techniques to assess system acquisition process issues and develop risk reduction/mitigation approaches for improving acquisition/program planning, control, and execution.

Education B.S./B.A.

F7—Logistics Management Executive Consultant

General Experience

Must have at least fifteen years of experience, of which ten must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for all logistics management functions, often including multiple facilities. Responsible for all or most inventory management warehousing and transportation. May have limited involvement with procurement, customer service, and production planning.

Education M.S./M.A.

F8—Senior Transportation Specialist General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the physical movement of inbound and outbound shipments via air, land, rail, sea, or pipeline. Responsible for all distribution functions; this typically includes shipments to domestic and international customers, and to distribution centers and branches within the same company. May supervisor other transportation managers and/or specialists. Generally supervises other managers/ supervisors and staff at one or more location(s). Education

B.S./B.A.

F9—Intermediate Transportation Specialist General Experience

Must have at least six years of experience, of which three must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the physical movement of inbound and outbound shipments via air, land, rail, sea, or pipeline. Responsible for assigned distribution functions; this typically includes the shipments to domestic and international customers, and to distribution centers and branches within the same company. Generally supervises staff at one location.

Education B.S./B.A.

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F10—Transportation Operations Specialist General Experience

Must have at least four years of experience, of which two must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Oversees the operations of inbound and outbound shipments via air, land, rail, sea, or pipeline; may include shipments to domestic and international customers, and distribution centers and branches within the same company. May supervise a small group of employees.

Education B.S./B.A.

F11—Traffic Management Specialist General Experience

Must have at least six years of experience, of which two must be leadership experience in traffic. Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the first-line direction of employees engaged in coordination and scheduling of the movement of in-bound and out-bound goods with carriers. Assigns employees to maximize traffic objectives. Responsible for the employment, training, motivation, and discipline of assigned employees.

Education B.S./B.A.

F12—Freight Management Specialist General Experience

Must have at least five years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for ascertaining the appropriate domestic and/or international freight rate(s) on incoming and outgoing materials and products. May audit freight invoices.

Education B.S./B.A.

F13—Supply/Stockroom Manager General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the physical custody and accuracy of inventory records for component items, assemblies, and/or finished goods within a

manufacturing facility. May manage the supervisors of individual stockrooms.

Education B.S./B.A.

F14—Distribution and Storage Management Specialist

General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four are in a supervisory level position in stores/ shipping/receiving activities.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the management of employees engaged in the storage, shipment, and receipt of raw materials and/or finished goods. Establishes departmental procedures and standards. Responsible for the security and accountability of goods within jurisdiction. Ensures that goods are packaged and protected for shipment according to specification. Coordinates with production and marketing to develop and meet shipping objectives. Normally directs activities through subordinate supervisors. Responsible for the employment, training, motivation, and discipline of assigned employees.

Education B.S./B.A.

F15—Inventory Management Specialist General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the first-line direction of employees involved in the tracking and control of materials through the production process. Coordinates with production control, purchasing, stores, and manufacturing to ensure the timely ordering and stocking of proper levels of inventory to meet production requirements. Responsible for the employment, training, motivation, and discipline of assignment employees.

Education B.S./B.A.

F16—Property Disposal Specialist General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

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Responsible for the physical movement and disposal of material within a manufacturing facility. Supervises intra-plant personnel, including drivers, material handlers, etc.

Education B.S./B.A.

F17—Storage Facility Management Manager General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which four must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Plans, schedules, and directs staff of skilled and unskilled trade’s employees in the maintenance of buildings and grounds. Ensures that all utility systems are fully operational and are inspected in accordance with preventive maintenance schedules. Prepares cost estimates for building renovations or space allocations and inspects completed work for conformance to specifications. Education

B.S./B.A.

F18—Warehouse Manager General Experience

Must have at least six years of experience, of which three must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for the physical custody and accuracy of finished goods/products inventory records at a

location removed from the manufacturing/production facility.

Education B.S./B.A.

F19—Senior Training Specialist/Instructor General Experience

Must have six years of experience in information systems development, training, or related fields, with at least three years of experience in developing and providing ADP and end-user training on computer hardware and application software.

Functional Responsibility

Conducts the research necessary to develop and revise training courses and prepares appropriate training catalogs. Prepares all instructor materials (course outline, background material, and training aids). Prepares all student materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion

certificates, and course critique forms). Trains personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops, and seminars. Provides daily supervision and direction to staff.

Education B.S./B.A.

F20—Training Specialist/Instructor General Experience

Must have four years of experience in information systems development, training, or related fields. Must have two years of specialized experience which includes experience in developing and providing ADP and end-user training on computer hardware and application software. General experience includes information systems development, training, or related fields. Must have a demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in writing.

Functional Responsibility

Conducts the research necessary to develop and revise training courses. Develops and revises these courses and prepares appropriate training catalogs. Prepares all instructor materials (course outline, background material, and training aids). Prepares all student materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course critique forms). Trains personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops, and seminars.

Education B.S./B.A.

F21— This Number Reserved F22— This Number Reserved F23— This Number Reserved F24—Technical Specialist Level 2 General Experience

Generally has five to eight years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise, of which at least one has been in a technical specialist level 1 position or equivalent. Functional Responsibility

Generally works independently on difficult or advanced technical problems. May act as a team leader for small team of three to four technical specialists.

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Education

A.A./Certification/Special License Representative Job Titles

Technical Writer III, Technical Instructor/Course Developer (Jr. Training Specialist), Computer Systems Analyst 1, Engineering Technician III, Electronics Technician-Maintenance III, Drafter/CAD Operator

F25—Technical Specialist Level 1 General Experience

Generally has two to six years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Functional Responsibility

Generally works independently or occasionally with a small team of one to two junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Education

A.A./Certification/Special License Representative Job Titles

Technical Writer II, Personal Computer Support Technician, Graphic Artist, Computer Operator V, Technical Instructor, Drafter/CAD Operator III, Electronics Technician-Maintenance II, Telecommunications Mechanic II, Computer Programmer I (Jr. Computer Programmer), Engineering Technician II

F26—Specialist Level 2 General Experience

Generally has five to eight years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise, of which at least one has been in a Specialist Level 1 position or equivalent.

Functional Responsibility

Generally works independently or with a small team of one to three junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Education High School

Representative Job Titles

Supply Technician, Drafter/CAD Operator II

F27—Specialist Level 1 General Experience

Generally has two to six years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Functional Responsibility

Generally works independently or with a small team of one to three junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Education High School

Representative Job Titles

Drafter/CAD Operator I, Motor Vehicle Mechanic F28—Journeyman

General Experience

Generally has two to five years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Functional Responsibility

Generally works independently or with a very small team of one to two junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise. Generally capable of independently performing all sub-functions of the functional area of expertise.

Education High School

Representative Job Titles

Tools and Parts Attendant, Warehouse Specialist, Secretary III, Truck Driver-Heavy Truck, Truck Driver-Tractor/Trailer, Truck Driver-Light Truck, Truck Driver-Medium Truck, Woodworker, Stevedore II, Fuel Distribution System Operator, Heavy Equipment Mechanic, Heavy Equipment Operator, Machinery Maintenance Mechanic

F29—Apprentice General Experience

Generally has six months to two years of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Functional Responsibility

Generally works as a member of a team composed of both journeyman and junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of

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expertise. Generally capable of independently performing several but not all sub-functions of the functional area of expertise.

Education High School

Representative Job Titles

Word Processor II, Data Entry Operator II, Dispatcher-Motor Vehicle, Order Clerk II, Messenger (Courier), Secretary II, Order Filler, Shipping/Receiving Clerk, Shipping Packer, Stock Clerk (Shelf Stocker, Store Worker II), Stevedore I, Material Expediter, Blocker and Bracer, Hatch Tender, Line Handler, Bus Driver, Shuttle Bus Driver (Van Driver), Forklift Operator, Rigger

F30—Entry Level/Helper General Experience

Generally has less than six months of experience in the administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise.

Functional Responsibility

Essentially a laborer, or in training. Works as a member of a team composed of both journeyman and junior level employees in their administrative, technical, or functional area of expertise. Generally capable of independently performing a few of the sub-functions of the functional area of expertise. Education

High School

Representative Job Titles

Document Preparation Clerk, Order Clerk I, Maintenance Scheduler, Secretary I, Material Handling Laborer, Store Worker I, Recycling Laborer, Cashier

Category 3-A: ADP/IT

A1—Principal Business Process Reengineering Specialist

General Experience

Must have at least ten years of experience, of which at least seven must be specialized. Specialized experience may include facilitation, training, methodology development and evaluation, process reengineering across all phases, identifying best practices, change management, business management techniques, organizational development, activity and data modeling, or information system development methods and practices, as well as supervision of other Business Process Reengineering Specialists.

Functional Responsibility

Applies process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles of best practice to conduct process modernization projects, including applicable trade studies. Responsible for effective transitioning of existing project teams and the facilitation of project teams in the accomplishment of project activities and objectives. Provides group facilitation, interviewing, training, and additional forms of knowledge transfer. Serves as key coordinator between multiple project teams to ensure enterprise wide integration of reengineering efforts. Provides daily supervision and direction to other business process reengineering specialists. Education

M.S./M.A.

A2—Senior Business Process Reengineering Specialist

General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which at least five must be specialized. Specialized experience may include facilitation, training, methodology development and evaluation, process reengineering across all phases, identifying best practices, change management, business management techniques, organizational development, activity and data modeling, information system development methods and practices, or the supervision of other Business Process Reengineering Specialists.

Functional Responsibility

Applies process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles of best practices to conduct process modernization projects, including applicable trade studies. Duties include activity and data modeling, developing modern business methods, identifying best practices, and creating and assessing performance measurements, environmental analysis, strategy and goal formulation, resource analysis, strategy evaluation, and control. Provides group facilitation, interviewing, training, and additional forms of knowledge transfer. May be under the supervision and direction of a principal business process engineering specialist or may work independently. Education

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A3—Business Process Reengineering Specialist

General Experience

Must have at least six years of experience, of which at least four must be specialized. Specialized experience may include facilitation, training, methodology development and evaluation, process reengineering across all phases, identifying best practices, change management, business management techniques, organizational development, activity and data modeling, information system development methods and practices, or the supervision of other business process reengineering specialists.

Functional Responsibility

Applies process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles of best practices to conduct process modernization projects, including applicable trade studies. Duties include activity and data modeling, developing modern business methods, identifying best practices, and creating and assessing performance measurements. Provides group facilitation, interviewing, training, and additional forms of knowledge transfer. May be under the supervision and direction of a Senior Business Process Engineer or may work independently.

Education B.S./B.A.

A4—Senior Configuration Management Specialist

General Experience

Must have at least eight years of experience, of which five are configuration/data management experience.

Functional Responsibility

Performs work in one or more specialty areas of configuration management, data management, or engineering data. Analyzes complex engineering change proposals. Monitors contractors, subcontractors, and vendors to ensure that the applications of military standards and requirements for the statement of work are properly implemented. Designs, develops, and establishes configuration and data management documentation based on program requirements. Participates in design reviews, audits, scheduling, budgeting, etc. Reviews and makes recommendations on contractor engineering data. Identifies requirements and coordinates the development and implementation of

computer-based configuration, data management systems, and electronic data support.

Education B.S./B.A.

A5—Configuration Management Specialist General Experience

Must have five years of engineering and/or system analysis and programming experience, including two years of configuration management experience.

Functional Responsibility

Responsible for configuration management activities, including product identification, change control, status accounting, operation of the program support library, and development and monitoring of equipment/system acceptance plans. Evaluates and selects configuration management tools and standards. Coordinates with users and systems development personnel on releases of both system-level software and applications software. Verifies the completeness and accuracy of release libraries before implementation and ensures that correct versions of programs are included in specified releases. Prepares configuration management plans and procedures. Responsible for configuration management of requirements, design, and code. Operates and manages program support library. Monitors library structure and procedures to assure system integrity, including procedures for collection, release, production, test, and emergency libraries and the movement/migration of components between libraries. Monitors end-item acceptance plans. Will supervise lower level personnel. Must have demonstrated capability for oral and written communications.

Education B.S./B.A.

A6—Senior Computer Security Specialist General Experience

Must have a minimum of ten years of experience, of which at least eight must be specialized experience in defining computer security requirements for high-level applications, evaluation of approved security product capabilities, and developing solutions to MLS problems.

Functional Responsibility

Analyzes and defines security requirements for multilevel security (MLS) issues. Designs, develops, engineers, and implements solutions to MLS requirements. Responsible for the

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implementation of the MLS and the monitoring of this plan. Gathers and organizes technical information about an organization’s mission goals and needs, existing security products, and ongoing programs in the MLS arena. Performs risk analyses which also includes risk assessment. Provides daily supervision and direction to staff.

Education B.S./B.A.

A7—Computer Security Specialist General Experience

Must have a minimum of seven years of experience, of which at least five must be specialized experience in defining computer security requirements for high-level applications, evaluation of approved security product capabilities, and developing solutions to MLS problems.

Functional Responsibility

Analyzes and defines security requirements for multilevel security (MLS) issues. Designs, develops, engineers, and implements solutions to MLS requirements. Gathers and organizes technical information about an organization’s mission goals and needs, existing security products, and ongoing programs in the MLS arena. Performs risk analyses which also includes risk assessment.

Education B.S./B.A.

A8—Principal System Architect General Experience

Must have at least ten years of experience, of which at least seven must be specialized. Specialized experience includes supervision of system architects, use of structured analysis, design methodologies and design tools (such as IDEF1x, entity relationship diagrams, CASE, or other design techniques), object-oriented principles, COTS integration, or experience with the logical and physical functional, operational, and technical architecture of large and complex information systems. General experience includes increasing responsibilities in systems engineering. Functional Responsibility

Establishes system information in the development of organizational-wide or large-scale information systems. Works with other technical disciplines, such as functional analysts, business process reengineering specialists, and software and

systems engineers, as applicable. Designs architecture to include the software, hardware, and communications to support the total requirements as well as provide for present and future cross-functional requirements and interfaces. Ensures these systems are compatible and in compliance with the standards for open systems architectures, the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) and International Standards Organization (ISO) reference models, and profiles of standards—such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Open Systems Environment (OSE) reference model or the Defense Information Infrastructure Common Operating Environment (DII COE)—as they apply to the implementation and specification of information management (IM) solution of the application platform, across the application program interface (API), and the external environment/ software application. Must be familiar with emerging requirements for COTS components and Web based technology. Ensures that the common operating environment is Technical Architecture Framework for Information Management (TAFIM) compliant. Evaluates, analytically and systematically, problems of work flows, organization, and planning, and develops appropriate corrective action. Provides daily supervision and direction to staff.

Education M.S./M.A.

A9—Principal Information Engineer General Experience

Must have at least ten years of experience in information systems development, functional and data requirements analysis, systems analysis and design, programming, program design, and documentation preparation. A minimum of five years of demonstrated experience is required in managing the implementation of information engineering projects and in systems analysis, design, and programming using CASE and IE tools and methods. Must have proven managerial and supervisory skills. Must have demonstrated exceptional written and oral communications skills, including giving formal presentations to different audiences. Must demonstrate the ability to work independently or under only general direction. Functional Responsibility

Applies an enterprise-wide set of disciplines for the planning, analysis, design, and construction of information systems on an enterprise-wide basis or across a major sector of the enterprise. Develops analytical and computational techniques and

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