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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 is available through GSA Advantage!, a menu driven database

system. The Internet address for GSA Advantage! is:

http://www.gsa.gov

.

Schedule for – Corporate Contract

Federal Supply Groups C 874, and C 520

Contract Number: GS-00F-0065N

Contract Period: November 1, 2011 thru October 31, 2016

CONTRACTOR:

2300 9

th

Street South

Suite 200

Arlington, VA 22204

Phone: (703) 717-9912

Fax: (703) 224-3610

Email:

jnebb@bcfsolutions.net

www.bcfsolutions.com

Contract Administration:

Dr. Jack Nebb

DUNS Number 171848554

Business Size:

Large

Supplement No.:

One

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Table of Contents

Information for Ordering Offices ... 3

SIN Descriptions ... 5

Terms and Conditions Applicable to Purchase of Other Professional Services

(SIN C 874), and Financial and Business Solutions (SIN C 520)

... 6

GSA Schedule Price List ... 7

Other Professional Services (SIN C 874) ... 7

Financial and Business Solutions (SIN C 520) ... 8

Labor Category Qualifications for SIN C 874 ... 9

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 3

Information for Ordering Offices

1. Geographic Scope of Contract: Worldwide

2. Contractor’s Ordering Address:

2300 9th Street South

Suite 200

Arlington, VA 22204

Phone: (703) 717-9912

Fax: (703) 224-3610

Contractor’s Payment Address: Same as Ordering Address

Note: Government Purchase Cards will be accepted for payments equal to or less than the

micro-purchase threshold for orders.

Government Purchase Cards will be accepted for payments above the micro-purchase threshold.

Below is the URL for the BCF Homepage. Services offered can be viewed at this site:

http://www.bcfsolutions.com.

3. FOB Destination for the 48 Contiguous states and Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Washington,

D.C.

4. Delivery Schedule

(a) Time of Delivery. The contractor shall deliver to destination within the specified timeframe set

forth below:

Special Item Number

Delivery Time

C 874

As Specified on Task Order

C 520

As Specified on Task Order

Expedited Delivery Times. Contact Contractor.

Overnight and 2-Day Delivery Times. Contact Contractor.

(b) Urgent Requirements. Contract Contractor.

5. Points of Production

As specified on Task Order.

6. Discounts

Prices shown are NET prices; basic discounts have been deducted.

(a)

Prompt Payment: Net 30

(b)

Quantity: None

(c)

Dollar Volume: None

(d)

Government Education Institutions: Same as all other Government customers.

7. Trade Agreements Act of 1979, as amended

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Information for Ordering Offices, cont.

8. Export Packing: Not applicable.

9. Lowest price item/service for each SIN

SIN C 874

$35.80

SIN C 520

$35.80

10. Minimum Order

The minimum dollar value of orders to be issued is $300.

11. Maximum Order

(a) Special Item C 874 – Other Professional Services

The maximum dollar value per order for all ‘Other Professional Services’ will be

$10,000,000.

(b) Special Item C 520 – Financial and Business Solutions

The maximum dollar value per order for all ‘Financial and Business Solutions’ will be

$10,000,000.

12. Travel

All Contractor travel will be accordance with the Federal Travel Regulation 31.205-46 as

applicable.

13. Terms and conditions of Government commercial credit card acceptance: The credit card is

accepted for all purchases above the micro-purchase threshold.

14. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair: Not applicable.

15. Terms and conditions of installations: Not applicable.

16. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts

from list prices: Not applicable.

17. List of service and distribution points: Not applicable.

18. List of participating dealers: Not applicable.

19. Preventative maintenance: Not applicable.

20. Year 2000 (Y2K) compliant: Not applicable.

21. Environmental attributes: Not applicable.

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 5

SIN Descriptions

SIN C 874 Other Professional Services

Provide expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling in support of agencies’ management,

organizational and business improvement efforts. This may also include studies, analyses and

reports documenting any proposed developmental, consultative or implementation efforts.

Examples of consultation include but are not limited to: strategic, business and action planning;

systems alignment; cycle time; high performance work; leadership systems; performance

measures and indicators; process and productivity improvement; organizational assessments,

program audits, and evaluations. We provide facilitation and related decision support services

for agencies engaged in collaboration efforts, working groups, or teams. In addition, provide

customized off-the-shelf training packages to the agency’s specific needs related to management,

organizational and business improvement services, such as but not limited to: customer service;

team building; performance measurement; business process reengineering; strategic planning;

ISO 9000 and ISO 14000; statistical process control; quality management; benchmarking; and

process improvement; performance problem-solving; and change management. Customization

of off-the-shelf training may include but is not limited to: workbooks; training manuals; slides;

videotapes; overhead transparencies; advanced presentation media; and state-of-the-art computer

based training. Provide services to assist agencies in planning, initiating, managing, executing,

and closing out mission-oriented business programs and projects. Services include project

leadership and communications with stakeholders, project planning and scheduling, earned value

management, project management, performance monitoring and measurement, reporting,

creation of documentation associated with program objectives and governance, stakeholder

briefings, meeting management, integration services, and project closeout services.

SIN C 520 Financial and Business Solutions

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Terms and Conditions Applicable to Purchase of

Other Professional Services (SIN C 874) – Consulting Services and

Financial and Business Solutions (SIN C 520)

1. Place of Performance: Contractor will perform work at either the government site or contractor site,

as specified on the task order.

2. Period of Performance: Efforts are anticipated to be performed by persons assigned on a long-term

(not less than 90 consecutive calendar days) full-time basis for work performed at the government

site. The period of performance for work performed at contractor’s site will be negotiated at each

task order.

3. Government Furnished Property: At a minimum, facilities for the Contractor will be equal to

those facilities the government provides to its own personnel of comparable work experience, ability

and position who are performing similar work as the Contractor. (To be negotiated between

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 7

GSA Schedule Price List

SIN C874-1, C874-2, C874-4, and C874-7 Other Professional Services

GOVERNMENT SITE PRICES

Labor Category Nov. 1, 2011 - Oct. 31, 2012 Nov. 1, 2012 - Oct. 31, 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 - Oct. 31, 2014 Nov. 1, 2014 - Oct. 31, 2015 Nov. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2016 Administrative Assistant $35.80 $36.98 $38.20 $39.46 $40.76 Management Analyst I $56.09 $57.94 $59.85 $61.82 $63.86 Management Analyst II $78.42 $81.01 $83.68 $86.45 $89.30 Management Analyst III $104.77 $108.23 $111.80 $115.49 $119.30 Management Analyst IV $132.24 $136.60 $141.11 $145.76 $150.57 Management Analyst V $171.24 $176.89 $182.72 $188.75 $194.98 Management Analyst VI $202.40 $209.08 $215.98 $223.11 $230.47 Programmer/Analyst $70.55 $72.88 $75.28 $77.77 $80.33 Sr. Programmer/Analyst $95.92 $99.08 $102.35 $105.73 $109.22 Project Manager $135.28 $139.74 $144.35 $149.12 $154.04 Sr. Consultant $146.64 $151.48 $156.48 $161.64 $166.97

CONTRACTOR SITE PRICES (BCF)

Labor Category Nov. 1, 2011 - Oct. 31, 2012 Nov. 1, 2012 - Oct. 31, 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 - Oct. 31, 2014 Nov. 1, 2014 - Oct. 31, 2015 Nov. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2016 Administrative Assistant $47.58 $49.15 $50.77 $52.45 $54.18 Management Analyst I $70.04 $72.35 $74.74 $77.21 $79.75 Management Analyst II $97.94 $101.17 $104.51 $107.96 $111.52 Management Analyst III $130.82 $135.14 $139.60 $144.20 $148.96 Management Analyst IV $165.11 $170.56 $176.19 $182.01 $188.01 Management Analyst V $213.82 $220.88 $228.17 $235.70 $243.48 Management Analyst VI $252.74 $261.08 $269.69 $278.59 $287.79 Programmer/Analyst $88.07 $90.98 $93.98 $97.08 $100.28 Sr. Programmer/Analyst $119.78 $123.74 $127.82 $132.04 $136.39 Project Manager $168.90 $174.48 $180.23 $186.18 $192.33 Sr. Consultant $183.08 $189.12 $195.36 $201.81 $208.47

Prices above based on a minimum of 90 consecutive calendar days.

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GSA Schedule Price List

SIN C- 520-12 and C520-13 Financial and Business Solutions

GOVERNMENT SITE PRICES

Labor Category Nov. 1, 2011 - Oct. 31, 2012 Nov. 1, 2012 - Oct. 31, 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 - Oct. 31, 2014 Nov. 1, 2014 - Oct. 31, 2015 Nov. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2016 Administrative Assistant $35.80 $36.98 $38.20 $39.46 $40.76 Jr. Analyst $45.00 $46.48 $48.02 $49.60 $51.24 Financial Analyst I $60.46 $62.45 $64.51 $66.64 $68.84 Financial Analyst II $72.02 $74.39 $76.85 $79.38 $82.00

Financial Analyst III $82.21 $84.92 $87.73 $90.62 $93.61

Financial Analyst IV $103.81 $107.24 $110.78 $114.44 $118.21 Program Manager $117.32 $121.20 $125.19 $129.33 $133.59 Sr. Program Manager $141.46 $146.13 $150.95 $155.93 $161.08 Sr. Consultant $160.01 $165.29 $170.75 $176.38 $182.20 Systems Analyst $85.35 $88.17 $91.08 $94.08 $97.19 Sr. Systems Analyst $97.74 $100.97 $104.30 $107.74 $111.30

CONTRACTOR SITE PRICES (BCF)

Labor Category Nov. 1, 2011 - Oct. 31, 2012 Nov. 1, 2012 - Oct. 31, 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 - Oct. 31, 2014 Nov. 1, 2014 - Oct. 31, 2015 Nov. 1, 2015 - Oct. 31, 2016 Administrative Assistant

$47.58

$49.15 $50.77 $52.45 $54.18 Jr. Analyst

$59.84

$61.81 $63.85 $65.96 $68.13 Financial Analyst I

$80.38

$83.04 $85.78 $88.61 $91.53 Financial Analyst II

$95.76

$98.92 $102.18 $105.55 $109.04

Financial Analyst III

$109.32

$112.92 $116.65 $120.50 $124.47

Financial Analyst IV

$138.03

$142.59 $147.30 $152.16 $157.18 Program Manager

$155.99

$161.14 $166.45 $171.95 $177.62 Sr. Program Manager

$188.09

$194.29 $200.70 $207.33 $214.17 Sr. Consultant

$212.76

$219.78 $227.03 $234.52 $242.26 Systems Analyst

$113.47

$117.22 $121.09 $125.08 $129.21 Sr. Systems Analyst

$129.96

$134.25 $138.68 $143.26 $147.99

Prices above based on a minimum of 90 consecutive calendar days

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 9

Labor Category Qualifications for SIN C 874-1,2,4, & 7

Labor Category

Minimum Education Years Exp. Additional Requirements Description Administrative Assistant

High School Diploma 1 Support the program management staff

in the preparation of deliverables, internal reports, briefings, and drawings associated with the project being supported. Duties may include support of inventory and property management and development of logistics processes to ensure accuracy of information. Provide secretarial/administrative services such as scheduling meetings, maintaining files, preparing travel orders/vouchers, reserving conference rooms, receive callers, and other general office duties as assigned. Interact with management and other personnel to ensure open communication to relay updated information. Management Analyst I Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Economics or related field

0 Provides general administrative,

technical, and managerial support for problem definition and analysis. Provides basic research and analytical support to the supported project. Gathers and consolidates data from multiple sources. Management Analyst II Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Economics or related field. 2 Experience in program, project or management analysis.

Provides support to projects by developing and applying analytic methodologies. Supports project objectives through analyzing and synthesizing data and presenting analysis to the client.

Management Analyst III Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Economics or related field. 6 Experience in program, project or management analysis.

Contributes to client assignments by performing a variety of tasks requiring practical experience and technical knowledge in specialty area.

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Management Analyst IV Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Economics or related field. 10 Experience in program, project or management analysis and 2 years management experience.

Demonstrates knowledge and extensive experience the development of solutions and implementation of methodologies across multiple tasks in multiple organizations. Provides leadership to project teams as well as providing recommendations to improve

organizational performances. Could be responsible for developing policy recommendations and developing program management plans. Management Analyst V Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Economics or related field. 12 Experience in program, project or management analysis and 5 years management experience.

Serves as technical, functional, and/or management expert in areas relevant to a particular project. Provides oversight and executive level management to contract operations often involving multiple projects/tasks and groups of personnel at multiple locations. Provides support to projects or other assignments by performing complex, analytical assignments in multiple areas of expertise. Possesses demonstrated knowledge and extensive experience in more than one area of expertise within acquisition management. Interfaces with Government management personnel and functional proponents. Management Analyst VI Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business, Administration, Economics or related field. 15 Experience in program, project or management analysis and 5 years experience managing major projects, contracts, funds and resources OR 4 years Senior Executive Service (SES)/Flag Officer experience Must be recognized as an expert in the field and possess specialized knowledge and expertise.

Serve as technical, functional, and/or management expert in areas relevant to a particular program or project. Provide studies, audits, reports, guidance, training, analysis, evaluations, and research on the functional

procedures/processes/policies of relevant area. Provide strategic, business and action planning. Interfaces with Government management personnel and functional proponents. Programmer - Analyst Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Business Administration, or equivalent.

0 Provides support to projects/tasks by

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 11 Sr. Programmer - Analyst Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Business Administration, or equivalent.

3 Develops business and management

solutions. Develops documentation often requiring quantitative analysis or methods. Prepare project/program schedules, analyze/prepare business cases, perform earned value analyses, develop/ maintain databases, and develop risk management plans. Project Manager Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Business Administration, or equivalent. 5 At least 2 years in a project management position.

A mid-level manager responsible for ensuring successful project completion within the schedule timeframe consistent with the established scope of work – to include both the technical and financial solutions. Organizes, directs, and coordinates the planning and production of all activities associated with the assigned project.

Sr. Consultant Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Information Technology, Business Administration, or equivalent. 7 IT experience and at least 2 years participating in identifying or designing or implementing business processes.

Provides solutions to an organization’s challenges through the application of knowledge gained through similar prior engagements. Helps develop solutions by leveraging knowledge of the designated field or discipline. Contributes to implementation of strategy and helps assess the impact of industry trends, policy, and/or standard methodologies. May direct the activities of other staff.

Substitution/Equivalency:

GED or Vocational Degree = High School Diploma

AS/AA Degree = two years general experience

BS/BA Degree = four years general experience

MS/MA Degree = BS/BA and an additional two years general experience

Ph.D. = BS/BA and an additional four years general experience or MS/MA plus an

additional two years of general experience

For all categories requiring a degree, one additional year of experience may be

substituted for each year of college not attended

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Labor Category Descriptions/Qualifications for SIN C520-12 & 13

Labor Category Education Years Exp. Description Administrative Assistant

High School Diploma 1 Supports technical or business management personnel in project execution by assisting with project security, contractual, and administrative support tasks.

Junior Analyst High School Diploma 2 Posts and balances a variety of financial data in various government financial systems. Checks and verifies transactions to ensure consistency and accuracy of financial documents and entries. Provides general functional support as needed. Financial Analyst I Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field.

1 Analyzes business or operating procedures to devise the most efficient method of accomplishing the work. Tracks

administrative management of contracts, personnel and costs. Plans the study of work problems and procedures, gathers and analyzes data, organizes and documents findings of studies, and prepares recommendations for implementing new systems, procedures, or organizational changes.

Financial Analyst II Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field.

3 Analyzes business or operating procedures to devise the most efficient method of accomplishing the work. Tracks

administrative management of contracts, personnel and costs. Plans the study of work problems and procedures, gathers and analyzes data, organizes and documents findings of studies, and prepares recommendations for implementing new systems, procedures, or organizational changes.

Financial Analyst III Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field.

4 Analyzes plans, directs, and coordinates activities of designated project. Reviews project plans to determine timeframe, funding limitations, and procedures for

accomplishing projects, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources for various project phases. Gathers, organizes, and analyzes problem and/or procedural data. Confers with project staff to communicate detailed work plans. Must be capable of developing and manipulating databases. Prepares project reports for the customer and reviews reports prepared by others. Financial Analyst IV Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field.

6 Plans and organizes the analysis efforts of a designated project. Consults with Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR), other government project office personnel, and other contractor personnel as required to minimize costs and maximize efficiency in achieving requirements stated in the contract. Reviews project plans to determine timeframe, funding limitations, and procedures for accomplishing project. Plans, organizes and directs the budget, cost, and schedule analysis efforts. Possesses skill in financial management, program financial planning, and pricing. Requires capability to develop and manipulate databases; and assess budget, cost and schedule implications of existing and projected

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BCF GSA Corporate Schedule GS-00F-0065N 13 Program Manager Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field and at least 4 years of direct management experience.

8 Responsible for managing all facets of contract operations. Serves as the Program Director and the contractor

counterpart to the Government program/technical manager. Functions as the primary point of contact for customers in the areas of contract performance and technical direction. Possesses a comprehensive understanding of Government financial management system requirements. Establishes and maintains quality standards for work performance on all contract task orders and projects. Formulates strategic plans and approves contract deliverables. Plans, organizes, and oversees work efforts, assigns project resources, supervises subordinate personnel, provides risk management, ensures quality control, and monitors task, sub-project, and overall contract performance. Provides management guidance in the accomplishment of work efforts and ensures adherence to contracts and government standards and measures of performance. Sr. Program Manager Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field. Also requires at least 5 years of direct project planning and management experience.

10 Functions as the senior financial expert for leading and managing a large, complex effort involving integrated groups of accounting, budgeting, financial, and system analyses staffs in performance of Financial Management Services efforts. Serves as the Program Director and the contractor counterpart to the Government program/technical manager for a program requiring significant integration of several financial management disciplines. Functions as the primary point of contact for customers in the areas of contract performance and technical direction. Possesses a comprehensive understanding of Government financial management system requirements. Organizes, directs, and coordinates planning and output of task order activities. Meets with customer’s management personnel and customer directed representatives. Formulates and executes approved task order objectives and ensures the quality and timeliness of contract deliverable items. Ensures all deliverable items conform to contract and applicable government standards. Plans, assigns, schedules, and reviews work of subordinates. Explains policies, purpose and objectives of tasks to project subordinates.

Sr. Consultant Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field. Also requires IT experience. IT background can be through a technical related minor in college studies or 2 years experience planning, designing, and/or implementing IT processes and systems.

7 Provides solutions to an organization’s challenges through the application of knowledge gained through similar prior engagements. Helps develop solutions by leveraging knowledge of the designated field or discipline. Contributes to implementation of strategy and helps assess the impact of industry trends, policy, and/or standard methodologies. This position combines intermediate level financial and

accounting skills/knowledge with a solid Information Technology background. Must possess a basic

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Systems Analyst Bachelor’s degree in a technical field, operations research, management, computer science, engineering, or related discipline.

3 Reviews components of the overall system under the supervision of the Senior Systems Analyst. Formulates and recommends solutions to highly specialized problems requiring creative thinking for the development of efficient solutions to customer requirements. Prepares working papers and other documentation to support recommended changes to the existing system.

Sr. Systems Analyst Bachelor’s degree in a technical field, operations research, management, computer science, engineering, or related discipline. Must have had at least one experience in an implementation project.

5 Performs system design and development. Supervises and provides technical guidance to Systems Analysts. Formulates and implements solutions to complex and/or highly

specialized problems requiring a high degree of technical expertise and creative thinking for the development of efficient solutions to complex customer requirements. Develops system improvement recommendations for review by the Project Manager. Must have the capability to lead subordinate level positions.

Substitution/Equivalency:

GED or Vocational Degree = High School Diploma

AS/AA Degree = two years general experience

BS/BA Degree = four years general experience

MS/MA Degree = BS/BA and an additional two years general experience

Ph.D. = BS/BA and an additional four years general experience or MS/MA plus an

additional two years of general experience

For all categories requiring a degree, one additional year of experience may be

substituted for each year of college not attended

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