Reference Text File for OMEGA TRAINING GROUP, INC. GS-02F-0017M

Omega Training Group, Inc

Omega Training Group, Inc.

7201 Moon Road,

Columbus, Georgia 31909-1798

PHONE: (706) 569-9100

 

OVERVIEW

 

Omega Training Group, Inc. has been providing analysis, training, courseware and development, and integrated logistic support expertise for soldier oriented programs for over 12 years. Omega has extensive infantry domain experience in identifying and analyzing requirements in a variety of environments and conditions to meet Army requirements for all types of training. Omega s reputation with the proximity to Fort Benning and other military installations provide a constantly replenished pool of experienced, former military personnel.

 

Omega currently supports the U.S. Army Infantry Center and School by developing systems training programs for the Interim Brigade Combat team (IBCT) in accordance with Army requirements documents and supporting concepts. Additionally, Omega provides the USAIS support in developing an Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) Computer-Based Training (CBT) program for the Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (BNCOC).

 

Omega training developers design and develop courseware to support the training programs for which Omega is responsible. This includes several different courses and their associated lesson plans, instructor notes, and student guides, and the visual and job aids required to support this training. This effort frequently includes a rigorous front-end analysis to ensure the subject being instructed meets all knowledge and skills requirements.

 

Omega has extensive experience developing emerging doctrine, refining existing doctrine, and analyzing and refining programs to enhance combatant and unit abilities to fight, move, and communicate, and win on future battlefields. Omega training developers perform evaluations and front-end analyses situation, task and mission and compile focused learning objectives for Army programs. Omega products include System Training Programs; New Equipment Training (NET); Instructor and Key Personnel Training (I&KP); Training Plan Implementation, Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS); Training Product Development; Training Support Packages (TSP0, MANPRINT programs, Fielding and Training Plans; Test and Evaluation Plans, Execution and Technical Support; Operator Training; Maintenance Training; and, Contractor Logistics Support (CLS).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Federal Supply Service

Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

 

Schedule Title: TRAINING AIDS & DEVICES; INSTRUCTOR-LED TRAINING; COURSE DEVELOPMENT; TEST ADMINISTRATION

FSC Class(es): 6910 and 6930

Contract Number: GS-02F-0017M

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Contract Period: 03/26/02 thru 06/26/07 with one five-year option

 

Omega Training Group, Inc.

7201 Moon Road,

Columbus, Georgia 31909-1798

Phone: (706) 569-9100

Facsimile: (706) 569-7400

http://www.omegatraining.com

 

Business Size: Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern

 

CUSTOMER INFORMATION

 

1a. Table of awarded special item number(s)

 

Special Item Number 27-400 Instructor-Led Training

Special Item Number 27-500 Course Development; Test Administration

 

1b. Identification of the lowest priced model number and lowest unit price for that model for each special item number awarded in the contract.

Not Applicable

 

2. Maximum order.

$1,000,000.00

 

3. Minimum order.

$100.00

 

4. Geographic coverage (delivery area).

Continental U.S.

 

5. Point(s) of production (city, county, and State or foreign country).

Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia

 

6. Discount from list prices or statement of net price.

All prices listed are net prices. GSA discount has been applied.

 

7. Quantity discounts.

None

 

8. Prompt payment terms.

No discount is offered for prompt payment. Payment terms are NET 30.

 

9a. Notification that Government purchase cards are accepted below the micropurchase threshold.

Not Applicable

 

9b. Notification whether Government purchase cards are accepted or not accepted above the micropurchase threshold.

Credit Card accepted above the micropurchase threshold.

 

10. Foreign items (list items by country of origin).

None

 

11a. Time of delivery. (Contractor insert number of days.)

As established on individual orders.

 

11b. Expedited Delivery. The Contractor will insert the sentence Items available for expedited delivery are noted in this price list. under this heading. The Contractor may use a symbol of its choosing to highlight items in its price lists that have expedited delivery.

As established on individual orders.

 

11c. Overnight and 2-day delivery. The Contractor will indicate whether overnight and 2-day delivery are available. Also, the Contractor will indicate that the schedule customer may contact the Contractor for rates for overnight and 2-day delivery.

Contact Contractor representative discussion/rates.

 

11d. Urgent Requirements. The Contractor will note in its price list the Urgent Requirements clause of its contract and advise agencies that they can also contact the Contractor s representative to effect a faster delivery.

Contact Contractor representative for discussion/rates.

 

12. F.O.B. point(s).

F.O.B. Destination

 

13. Ordering address(es).

Omega Training Group, Inc.

7201 Moon Road,

Columbus, Georgia 31909-1798

Attn: Steve Wiley (wileys@omegatraining.com) or

Attn: Doug David (davidd@omegatraining.com)

 

14. Payment address(es).

Omega Training Group, Inc.

7201 Moon Road,

Columbus, Georgia 31909-1798

Attn: Doug David (Business Manager)

 

15. Warranty provision.

All information technology will be Year 200 compliant.

 

16. Export packing charges, if applicable.

Not Applicable

 

17. Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance (any thresholds above the micropurchase level).

None

 

18. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

19. Terms and conditions of installation (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

20. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

20a. Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

21. List of service and distribution points (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

22. List of participating dealers (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

23. Preventive maintenance (if applicable).

Not Applicable

 

24. Year 2000 (Y2K) compliant.

YES

 

25. Environmental attributes, e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants.

Not Applicable

 

 

26. Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number.

61-468-3407

 

27. Notification regarding registration in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database.

Registered in Central Contractor Registration database.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LABOR CATEGORIES

 

Following are the definitions for Omega Training Group, Inc. Labor Categories. The first rate shown is for work at Omega Training Group, Inc. Facility (Off-Site). The second rate is for work located at the Government facility (On-Site).

 

We have developed a Tier Pricing Schedule to be competitive and price advantageous to all federal agencies. We tier our rates based on volume of hours contracted. The more hours we work . . . the lower your rate.

 

Program Director/Manager:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

 

 

< 18,000 Hours

18,000 to 30,000 Hours

 

> 30,000 Hours

 

< 18,000 Hours

18,000 to 30,000 Hours

 

> 30,000 Hours

Rates

$143.46

$134.72

$124.75

$115.65

$108.61

$100.56

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Program Director/Manager is a senior level manager within the company who has a minimum of fifteen (15) plus years experience managing multiple programs and projects and supervisory experience.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Program Director/Manager will manage technical projects and supervise engineers, technicians, and administrative personnel. The Program Director/Manager is responsible for overall contract(s)/project(s) performance. Serves as contractor s authorized interface with CO, COR, government management personnel, customer representatives, and subcontractors. Ensures all activities conform to terms and conditions of delivery order and contract. Responsible for formulating and enforcing work standards, allocating work, assigning schedules, reviewing work discrepancies, supervising personnel, and communicating policies, purposes, and goals of organization to subordinates. Oversees performance of technical and administrative staff on several ongoing projects/contracts to ensure compliance with schedules, milestones, costs, and quality of work performed.

 

Minimum Education: Master Arts or Master Science

 

Program Manager/Coordinator:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$98.45

$92.46

$85.61

$79.37

$74.54

$69.01

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Program Manager/Coordinator is a senior level manager within the company who has a minimum of ten (10) to fifteen (15) years of program management experience including training management experience or related field and supervisory experience.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Program Manager/Coordinator will manage technical projects and supervise engineers, technicians, and administrative personnel. The Program Manager/Coordinator is responsible for planning, organizing, and controlling overall activities of project including project management, technical work, quality of work, schedule, and costs. Provides supervisory, technical, and administrative direction to staff. Anticipates problems and works to mitigate anticipated problems. Consults with COTR and other Government personnel to minimize cost and maximize efficiency in achieving stated requirements. Ensures that all activities conform to terms and conditions of contract of delivery order. Acts as liaison between COTR, CO and corporate management. Coordinates activities and seeks resolution of contractual and technical problems, while working with COTR, CO, and other government personnel as required.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Subject Matter Expert Level 2:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$91.42

$85.85

$79.49

$73.70

$69.21

$64.09

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Subject Matter Expert Level 2 has a minimum of twelve (12) years in-depth experience to quality as expert in the specialized area of expertise and able to independently perform tasks and activities related to area of expertise.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Subject Matter Expert Level 2 performs as expert in a specialized area of a discipline and possesses sufficient in-dept experience to qualify as an expert and able to perform independently the tasks and activities associated with the specialized area of expertise.

 

Minimum Education: Master Arts or Master Science

 

Subject Matter Expert Level 1:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$74.54

$70.00

$64.82

$60.09

$56.43

$52.25

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Subject Matter Expert Level 1 has a minimum of eight (8) years experience to qualify as expert in the specialized area of expertise and able to independently perform tasks and activities related to area of expertise.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Subject Matter Expert Level 1 performs as expert in a specialized area of a discipline and possesses sufficient in-dept experience to qualify as an expert and able to perform independently the tasks and activities associated with the specialized area of expertise.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

Instructional Designer Level 2:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$81.57

$76.61

$70.93

$65.76

$61.76

$57.18

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Instructional Designer Level 2 has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years experience conducting analysis of customer requirements and develops most efficient and effective method of instruction.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Instructional Designer Level 2 works independently or as a team leader and applies the principles of ISD while performing analyses, studies, and research leading to the design and development of instructional materials to meet specific learning objectives. Familiar with paper-based, and/or distance learning media and is able to work with direction from the client and/or supervisor to storyboard, prototype, and develop training materials that meet the client s requirements. Monitors work performance, controls budget and schedules. Responsible for coordinating closely with the client. Supervises instructional systems design teams.

 

Minimum Education: Master Arts or Master Science

 

Instructional Designer Level 1:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$70.32

$66.04

$61.15

$56.69

$53.24

$49.30

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Instructional Designer Level 1 has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years experience conducting analysis of customer requirements and develops most efficient and effective method of instruction.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Instructional Designer Level 1 works under general supervision and applies the principles of ISD while performing analyses, studies, and research leading to the design and development of instructional materials to meet specific learning objectives. Familiar with paper-based, and/or distance learning media and is able to work with direction from the client and/or supervisor to storyboard, prototype, and develop training materials that meet the client s requirements.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Operations Research System Analyst Level 2:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$102.39

$96.16

$89.03

$82.54

$77.52

$71.78

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Operations Research System Analyst Level 2 has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years conducting logical analyses of management problems and management information requirements, and provides acceptable to problems by formulating solutions based on conceptual models.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Operations Research System Analyst (ORSA) Level 2 is responsible for analytical support to project managers, project team members, marketing manager, and senior management personnel in the development of internal organizational initiatives, marketing initiatives, contract proposals, and other customer specific requirements. The ORSA Analyst supervises one or more ORSA Analysts in the conduct of quantitative and qualitative analysis of client initiatives concepts and events. This includes validating experiment objectives, redefining objectives in terms of measurable outcomes using acceptable measuring techniques and processes, and developing data collection and analysis plans to ensure analytically sound recommendations are properly formulated and presented. Responsible for the use of scientific methods and techniques to plan for assessment and data collection during experiment operations. Research and review future concepts and devise new experimentation concepts or techniques to support the design, analysis, and assessment of operational experiments. Analyze experiment observations and results, and use them to prove or disprove the experiment hypothesis. Provide detail reports as required by the customer.

 

Minimum Education: Masters Degree preferred in Operations Research or related field from an accredited college or university and five years of increasingly responsible experience as an organizational analyst. Bachelor s Degree acceptable with ten years experience as an Operations Research Analyst or equivalent.

Operational Research System Analyst Level 1:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$91.42

$85.85

$79.49

$73.70

$69.21

$64.09

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Operational Research System Analyst Level 1 has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years conducting logical analyses of management problems and management information requirements, and provides acceptable solutions to problems by formulating conceptual models.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Operational Research System Analyst Level 1 is responsible for analytical support to project managers, project team members, marketing manager, and senior management personnel in the development of internal organizational initiatives, marketing initiatives, contract proposals, and other customer specific requirements. The ORSA Analyst conducts quantitative and qualitative analysis of client initiatives concepts and events. This includes validating experiment objectives, redefining objectives in terms of measurable outcomes using acceptable measuring techniques and processes, and developing data collection and analysis plans to ensure analytically sound recommendations are properly formulated and presented. Responsible for the use of scientific methods and techniques to plan for assessment and data collection during experiment operations. Research and review future concepts and devise new experimentation concepts or techniques to support the design, analysis, and assessment of operational experiments. Analyze experiment observations and results, and use them to prove or disprove the experiment hypothesis. Provide detail reports as required by the customer.

Minimum Education: Masters Degree preferred in Operations Research or related field from an accredited college or university and five years of increasingly responsible experience as an organizational analyst. Bachelor s Degree acceptable with ten years experience as an Operations Research Analyst or equivalent.

 

Military Analyst:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$81.91

$76.93

$71.23

$66.03

$62.01

$57.42

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Military Analyst has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years experience gathering, researching, analyzing, and composing technical and non-technical information on military related subjects. Requires extensive knowledge of the Army operations across the spectrum of war; Army doctrine, tactics and techniques; and joint/combined operations.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Military Analyst will perform tasks regarding: assessments of training requirements; assessments of models and simulations; identification of requirements; development of collection plans; data collection and information management; compiling and analyzing observations and simulation generated data; database maintenance; identifying issues and developing insights; and developing and presenting feedback products.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Training Specialist Level 2:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$77.35

$72.65

$67.26

$62.36

$58.56

$54.23

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Training Specialist Level 2 has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years experience developing and conducting training and educational programs related to specific customer requirements.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Training Specialist Level 2 conducts the research necessary to develop and revise training courses and prepares appropriate training catalogs. Develops all instructor materials (course outline, background material, and training aids). Develops all student materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course critique forms). Trains personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops, seminars, and/or computer based/computer aided training. Provides daily supervision and direction to staff.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Training Specialist Level 1:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$70.32

$66.04

$61.15

$56.69

$53.24

$49.30

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Training Specialist Level 1 has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years experience developing and conducting training and educational programs related to specific customer requirements.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Training Specialist Level 1 conducts the research necessary to develop and revise training courses. Develops and revises these courses and prepares appropriate training catalogs. Prepares instructor materials (course outline, background material, and training aids). Prepares student materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course critique forms). Trains personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops, and seminars.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Instructional System Developer:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$91.42

$85.85

$79.49

$73.70

$69.21

$64.09

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Instructional System Developer has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years broad general experience preparing and providing lesson plans, courseware, and programs of instruction.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Instructional System Developer will work closely with team members to develop training course material based on process, technology, and training objectives. Assess training needs, develop detailed training plans and materials and coordinate training logistics, and develop/conduct training needs analysis and assessments. Recommends appropriate training tools to provide the most efficient and effective method of instruction delivery. Develops, tests, and modifies training tools and assists the customer in resolving unique instructional problems. Advises the customer on the most effective method of instruction delivery based on analysis and study such as interactive video systems and computer-based or computer-assisted instruction.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

 

 

 

 

Instructor Level 2:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$67.51

$63.40

$58.70

$54.42

$51.11

$47.32

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Instructor Level 2 is has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years broad general experience preparing and providing classroom instruction.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Instructor Level 2 provides daily formal instruction in an indoor classroom and/or field (outdoor) setting. Utilizes curriculum as directed, while providing feedback and suggestion for improvement and requests approval of changes to curriculum. Maintains level of professional competence and required credentials. Maintains organization of curricular materials, handouts, classroom arrangements, and equipment. Supervise one or more instructors.

 

Minimum Education: Associate Arts or Associate Science

 

Instructor Level 1:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$56.26

$52.83

$48.92

$45.35

$42.59

$39.44

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Instructor Level 1 has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years broad general experience preparing and providing classroom instruction.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Instructor Level 1 provides daily formal instruction in an indoor classroom and/or field (outdoor) setting. Utilizes curriculum as directed, while providing feedback and suggestion for improvement and requests approval of changes to curriculum. Maintains level of professional competence and required credentials. Maintains organization of curricular materials, handouts, classroom arrangements, and equipment.

 

Minimum Education: High School or General Education Diploma

 

Human Factors Specialist (MANPRINT):

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$74.54

$70.00

$64.82

$60.09

$56.43

$52.25

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Human Factors Specialist (MANPRINT) has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years experience in applying ergonomic/human performance techniques and analysis of proto-type equipment and products to determine quality, efficiency, equipment design and function in accordance with user needs.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Human Factors Specialist (MANPRINT) is responsible for planning, organizing, and executing human factors engineering applications and programs requiring a comprehensive knowledge of one or more areas of specialized human factors engineering. Implements and conducts engineering applications of automated instructional or training systems, human performance measurement/assessment/selection systems, human factor research and engineering, artificial intelligence, and quality assurance programs and systems in accordance with client requirements.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Technical Writer/Editor:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$73.84

$69.34

$64.21

$59.53

$55.90

$51.76

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Technical Writer/Editor has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years broad general experience writing/editing training related documents and manuscripts.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Technical Writer/Editor provides support to subject matter experts in the preparation of doctrinal and training publications as specified by the customer. Researches, collects, analyzes, and interprets factual information using diverse sources and subject matter experts to ensure accuracy and consistency of information. Insures current doctrine and policy is being followed in all publications. Ensures subject material is technically accurate; is in compliance with established formats; is properly organized, and contains correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and proper sentence and paragraph construction; approved technical terminology, is consistent in style, fulfils the purpose and scope of the publication; and contains proper classification marking. Reviews published materials and recommends revisions or changes in scope, format, content, and methods of reproduction and binding. Responsible for managing, coordinating, and incorporating changes to preliminary drafts and final documents as requested by the document.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Graphic Artist/Designer:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$71.03

$66.70

$61.76

$57.26

$53.77

$49.79

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Graphic Artist/Designer has a minimum of three (3) to eight (8) years of related experience designing and preparing related graphic materials using computer-aided graphics software packages.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Graphic Artist/Designer is responsible for providing graphic design/art support to project managers, project team members, the marketing manager, and senior management personnel in the development of internal organizational initiatives, marketing initiatives, contract proposals, and other customer specific requirements. Reviews graphics requests to determine scope or requirements. Consults with and advises customers regarding the most appropriate means of producing effective graphics products. Plans and conceives methods of approach; generates routine graphics using computer-aided graphics techniques; designs templates of use by word processing and graphics staff to produce customer documents; prepares camera-ready layouts; reviews preliminary sketches and outlines with Editor Manager and/or customer to ensure that specifications are accomplished. Assists in the design of pages for Web sites.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor s Degree preferred in graphics design, fine arts, or related field from an accredited college or university and five years of increasingly responsible experience in graphic arts design and production. Associate Degree acceptable with ten years demonstrated experience as a graphic artist.

 

Program Administration Specialist:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$40.79

$38.30

$35.47

$32.88

$30.88

$28.59

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Program Administration Specialist has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years of experience in administrative and secretarial support to one or more individuals.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Program Administration Specialist coordinates schedules to facilitate completion of proposals, contract deliverables, tasks order reviews, briefings/presentations, and meeting preparations. Directly supports the Program Manager or Project Manager by maintaining personnel and other program/project files; prepares correspondence, schedules and coordinates travel. Assists in the preparation of management plans and reports. Prepares presentation graphics and supports the development of contract deliverables and reports by developing and updating graphic presentations to improve the quality and enhance the usability of these documents. Responsible for integrating the graphics generated with automated tools and the deliverable documents.

 

Minimum Education: High School or General Education Diploma

 

Logistics Management Specialist:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$85.09

$79.91

$73.99

$68.60

$64.42

$59.65

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Logistics Management Specialist has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years professional experience developing and administrating integrated logistics strategies, and insures the execution of standard logistics methods and processes.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Logistics Management Specialist applies extensive logistics knowledge to include logistics analysis, maintenance planning, supportability analysis and operational analysis. The Logistics Management Specialist will participate in cross-functional and integrated product teams by providing timely recommendations and working towards the effective and successful resolution of critical issues. Responsibility for the conduct of feasibility analysis for logistics planning, requirements documentation, policy standards/procedures development, long-term reliability and maintainability, and logistics training.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Logistics Assistant:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$56.96

$53.49

$49.53

$45.92

$43.12

$39.93

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Logistics Assistant has a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years experience in logistics support activities to project managers and program activities.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Logistics Assistant will develop concepts, plans and processes for materiel management and support infrastructures. He/She will assist in conducting analysis to evaluate system design configuration to determine support resources requirements. Functions include performing evaluations and making recommendations on the development of ILS plans, processes and procedures. Participates in technical and programmatic reviews.

 

Minimum Education: Associate Arts or Associate Science

 

Quality Assurance Specialist:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$82.28

$77.27

$71.54

$66.33

$62.29

$57.68

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Quality Assurance Specialist has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years experience applying quality assurance principles and practices as they relate to the development and production of complex products, materials, and written documents.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Quality Assurance Specialist is responsible for coordinating the collection, evaluation, and dissemination of performance data relative to specified quality improvement programs within the scope of work as defined by the customer. Specific includes collecting, analyzing, and overseeing data entry on relevant quality performance indicators; generating and/or coordinating the development of various reports regarding performance against quality indicators; participation in the planning, development, coordination, and presentation of specific training and doctrine issues as they relate to Transformation initiatives, collaborating and consulting with other associated team members and agencies associated with Transformation requirements.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

Test and Evaluation Specialist:

 

Subcontractor Facility

Government Facility

Rates

$68.92

$64.72

$59.93

$55.56

$52.18

$48.31

 

Minimum/General Experience: The Test and Evaluation Specialist has a minimum of eight (8) to fifteen (15) years professional experience performing non-routine test and evaluation activities by providing management, test and evaluation, and personnel-related information and reports.

 

Functional Responsibility: The Test and Evaluation Specialist will formulate an overall test strategy, master test plan often without specs or any other type of documentation and guidance. Prepares test scripts and all required test documentation, and review test results and evaluate for conformance to design. He/She will conduct lab and field tests, collecting and analyzing data on product performance and operational impacts of product use. This will include validating system performance, understanding operations and working out test protocols to include developing test protocols, collection and analysis of test data and writing of reports. Solicit customer feedback on product performance that will the team to incorporate and improve the end product.

 

Minimum Education: Bachelor Arts or Bachelor Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rates Summary for Omega Training Group, Inc.

 

 

Subcontractor Facility Rates

Government Facility Rates

 

Labor Category

 

< 18,000 Hours

18,000 to 30,000 Hours

 

> 30,000 Hours

 

< 18,000 Hours

18,000 to 30,000 Hours

 

> 30,000 Hours

Program Director/Manager

 

$143.46

 

$134.72

 

$124.75

 

$115.65

 

$108.61

 

$100.56

Project Manager/Coordinator

 

$98.45

 

$92.46

 

$85.61

 

$79.37

 

$74.54

 

$69.01

Subject Matter Expert Level 2

 

$91.42

 

$85.85

 

$79.49

 

$73.70

 

$69.21

 

$64.09

Subject Matter Expert Level 1

 

$74.54

 

$70.00

 

$64.82

 

$60.09

 

$56.43

 

$52.25

Instructional Designer Level 2

 

$81.57

 

$76.61

 

$70.93

 

$65.76

 

$61.76

 

$57.18

Instructional Designer Level 1

 

$70.32

 

$66.04

 

$61.15

 

$56.69

 

$53.24

 

$49.30

Operations Research System Analyst Level 2

 

 

$102.39

 

 

$96.16

 

 

$89.03

 

 

$82.54

 

 

$77.52

 

 

$71.78

Operations Research System Analyst Level 1

 

 

$91.42

 

 

$85.85

 

 

$79.49

 

 

$73.70

 

 

$69.21

 

 

$64.09

 

Military Analyst

 

$81.91

 

$76.93

 

$71.23

 

$66.03

 

$62.01

 

$57.42

Training Specialist Level 2

 

$77.35

 

$72.65

 

$67.26

 

$62.36

 

$58.56

 

$54.23

Training Specialist Level 1

 

$70.32

 

$66.04

 

$61.15

 

$56.69

 

$53.24

 

$49.30

Instructional System Developer

 

$91.42

 

$85.85

 

$79.49

 

$73.70

 

$69.21

 

$64.09

 

Instructor Level 2

 

$67.51

 

$63.40

 

$58.70

 

$54.42

 

$51.11

 

$47.32

 

Instructor Level 1

 

$56.26

 

$52.83

 

$48.92

 

$45.35

 

$42.59

 

$39.44

Human Factors Specialist (MANPRINT)

 

 

$74.54

 

 

$70.00

 

 

$64.82

 

 

$60.09

 

 

$56.43

 

 

$52.25

Technical Writer/Editor

 

$73.84

 

$69.34

 

$64.21

 

$59.53

 

$55.90

 

$51.76

Graphic Artist/Designer

 

$71.03

 

$66.70

 

$61.76

 

$57.26

 

$53.77

 

$49.79

Program Administration Specialist

 

 

$40.79

 

 

$38.30

 

 

$35.47

 

 

$32.88

 

 

$30.88

 

 

$28.59

Logistics Management Specialist

 

 

$85.09

 

 

$79.91

 

 

$73.99

 

 

$68.60

 

 

$64.42

 

 

$59.65

 

Logistics Assistant

 

$56.96

 

$53.49

 

$49.53

 

$45.92

 

$43.12

 

$39.93

Quality Assurance Specialist

 

$82.28

 

$77.27

 

$71.54

 

$66.33

 

$62.29

 

$57.68

Test and Evaluation Specialist

 

$68.92

 

$64.72

 

$59.93

 

$55.56

 

$52.18

 

$48.31

 

Annual escalation factor: 3.25%

 

 

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