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Schedule Item Number 874-502 Acquisition Logistics

Schedule Item Number 874-505 Logistics Training Services

 

 

 

Contract Number: GS-10F-0127M

Period Covered by Contract: January 15, 2002 through January 14, 2007

 

Safety Research Corporation of America

807 Donnell Boulevard, Suite Q

Daleville, Alabama 36322

Phone: (334) 598-8893

Fax: (334) 598-3520

Web Site: www.srca.net

 

 

Business size: Small Business

 

Contract Administration: Robert Rendzio, President

Phone: (334) 598-8893

E-mail: srca@snowhill.com

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Item

About SRCA

Base Year Pricing for Skill Categories

Base Year Pricing for Training Services

SRCA Logistics Worldwide Course Summaries

Information for Ordering Offices

SRCA Logistics Worldwide Service Skill Category Descriptions

 

 

 

 

About SRCA

 

Founded in 1994, Safety Research Corporation of America is an information-technology oriented firm that leverages its expertise in computer software, graphic design, research, and publishing applications for the benefit of the U.S. Government and Armed Forces community.  Specifically, SRCA specializes in:

        IT Solutions.  SRCA's programmers are skilled in programming languages and development tools such as C++, Visual Basic, UNIX, and SQL.

        Interactive Checklists.  SRCA's checklist systems offer a comprehensive, compact, and systematic tool for conducting in-the-field analyses of personnel performance and materiel management. 

        Graphic Design and Publishing.  SRCA's graphic artists and illustrators are skilled in such programs as PhotoShop, Illustrator, 3D Studio, and Lightwave.  The company produces PowerPoint presentations, management planning tools, artwork for report and manual covers, technical illustrations, and complex animations.

        Creative Partnering.  SRCA supports its customers by reducing their workload whenever possible.  The company organizes work efforts with a view to taking an active role in information coordination and product delivery.

        Project Management.  SRCA's management team (with over 50 years' experience in project management) appraises workscope requirements, developing and implementing goal-oriented plans and schedules to accord with best-business practices.

 

 

 

Federal Supply Service

Authorized Schedule Price List

 

SIN 874-502 Acquis ition Logistics

Base Period

Labor

Year 1

Year 2
(Yr. 1+3%)

Year 3
(Yr. 2+3%)

Year 4
(Yr. 3+3%)

Year 5
(Yr. 4+3%)

Category

Month 1-12

Month 13-24

Month 25-36

Month 37-48

Month 49-60

Accident Investigator

$130.81

134.73

$138.78

$142.94

$147.23

Administrative Assistant

$32.09

$33.05

$34.04

$35.07

$36.12

Animator

$61.26

$63.10

$64.99

$66.94

$68.95

Aviation Auditor

$63.32

$65.22

$67.18

$69.19

$71.27

Computer Based Training Instructor*

$63.32

$65.22

$67.18

$69.19

$71.27

Computer Programmer I*

$47.75

$49.18

$50.66

$52.18

$53.74

Computer Programmer II*

$61.21

$63.05

$64.94

$66.89

$68.89

Computer Programmer III*

$74.23

$76.46

$78.75

$81.11

$83.55

Computer Programmer IV*

$88.39

$91.04

$93.77

$96.59

$99.48

Computer Systems Analyst I*

$50.93

$52.46

$54.03

$55.65

$57.32

Computer Systems Analyst II*

$55.07

$56.72

$58.42

$60.18

$61.98

Computer Systems Analyst III*

$60.95

$62.78

$64.66

$66.60

$68.60

Database Engineer

$55.95

$57.63

$59.36

$61.14

$62.97

General Clerk I*

$21.34

$21.98

$22.64

$23.32

$24.02

General Clerk II*

$25.04

$25.79

$26.56

$27.36

$28.18

General Clerk III*

$28.45

$29.30

$30.18

$31.09

$32.02

General Clerk IV*

$30.31

$31.22

$32.16

$33.12

$34.11

Graphic Artist*

$50.60

$52.12

$53.68

$55.29

$56.95

Illustrator I*

$37.04

$38.15

$39.30

$40.47

$41.69

Illustrator II*

$43.83

$45.14

$46.50

$47.89

$49.33

Illustrator III*

$46.90

$48.31

$49.76

$51.25

$52.79

Instructor

$54.27

$55.90

$57.58

$59.30

$61.08

Investigative Assistant

$37.58

$38.71

$39.87

$41.06

$42.30

Personnel Assistant I*

$33.53

$34.54

$35.57

$36.64

$37.74

Personnel Assistant II*

$39.95

$41.15

$42.38

$43.65

$44.96

Personnel Assistant III*

$49.89

$51.39

$52.93

$54.52

$56.15

Personnel Assistant IV*

$58.89

$60.66

$62.48

$64.35

$66.28

Production Manager

$67.96

$70.00

$72.10

$74.26

$76.49

Project Manager

$63.35

$65.25

$67.21

$69.22

$71.30

Secretary I*

$22.21

$22.88

$23.56

$24.27

$25.00

Secretary II*

$24.85

$25.60

$26.36

$27.15

$27.97

Secretary III*

$26.79

$27.59

$28.42

$29.27

$30.15

Secretary IV*

$29.49

$30.37

$31.29

$32.22

$33.19

Secretary V*

$32.35

$33.32

$34.32

$35.35

$36.41

Subject Matter Expert

$59.43

$61.21

$63.05

$64.94

$66.89

Technical Writer*

$48.90

$50.37

$51.88

$53.43

$55.04

Word Processor I*

$21.36

$22.00

$22.66

$23.34

$24.04

Word Processor II*

$22.53

$23.21

$23.90

$24.62

$25.36

Word Processor III*

$26.43

$27.22

$28.04

$28.88

$29.75

*These labor categories are covered under the Service Contract Act Area Wage Determination Schedule.

 

 

874-505 Logistics Training Services

 

Base Period

 

 

Course Title

Month

Commercial Price

Government Price

Avionics New Equipment Training

1-12

$3,900.00

$3,783.00

13-24

$4,017.00

$3,896.49

25-36

$4,137.51

$4,013.39

37-48

$4,261.64

$4,133.78

49-60

$4,389.49

$4,257.80

Helicopter Operations Course

1-12

$11,100.00

$10,767.00

13-24

$11,433.00

$11,090.01

25-36

$11,775.99

$11,422.71

37-48

$12,129.27

$11,765.39

49-60

$12,493.15

$12,118.35

Future Air Navigation Training

1-12

$3,138.75

$3,044.59

13-24

$3,232.91

$3,135.92

25-36

$3,329.90

$3,230.00

37-48

$3,429.80

$3,326.90

49-60

$3,532.69

$3,426.71

Minimum Equipment List Training

1-12

$4,125.00

$4,001.25

13-24

$4,248.75

$4,121.29

25-36

$4,376.21

$4,244.93

37-48

$4,507.50

$4,372.28

49-60

$4,642.73

$4,503.44

 

These prices are exclusive of any travel that might be required.  Travel will be paid in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR).  OCONUS rates will be billed as given above, plus 3 days' prorated cost based on the given price.

Customer to provide classroom facility.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF ITEMS

874-505 Logistics Training Services:

Services including, but not limited to, training in system operations and automated tools for supply and value chain management, property and inventory management, distribution and transportation management and maintenance of equipment and facilities supporting these activities. 

 

SCHEDULE OF AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES

(Course Price Data Sheet)

 

Title of Course:

Avionics New Equipment Training

Length of Course (# of Days):

2

Commercial Price:

$3,900.00

Minimum Number of Participants:

4

Government Price:

$3,783.00

Maximum Number of Participants:

20

Price per each additional participant in excess of the minimum (if applicable)

 

Course Instructor: Robert Rendzio and Manufacturer's Representatives

 

Course Objective

To provide the attendee an understanding of newly installed avionics and navigation equipment installed within their operational aircraft.

 

Course Summary

Aircraft are continually being modernized with new avionics equipment.  Whether it is Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) or a replacement and more capable Flight Management System (FMS), its operators are in need of orientation and a comprehensive understanding of the equipment.  These courses provide the attendee an operational overview and understanding of the installed equipment.  Typically these classes are taught in three phases.  

The first phase is academic and is provided in a classroom environment.  It offers a comprehensive overview of the installed component(s).  The second phase is a hands-on laboratory where the students work with mock-up or interactive devices.  These systems duplicate the avionics components newly installed into the aircraft.  The third phase takes the student out of the classroom and into the aircraft for actual in-cockpit and flight familiarization. 

Instructor knowledge is a key attribute to the success of these programs.  Industry representatives of the manufacturer of the avionics components provide significant continuity to the program's success and technical competence.  They, along with formal lessons developed by SRCA, provide a strong foundational understanding of newly installed avionics equipment.

 

Student Materials

Each student will be provided with a binder containing full course reference materials, a CD-ROM containing all materials, manufacturer's reference material, including catalogs, etc.

 

Quantity or Other Applicable Discounts (Explain)

Travel and per diem according to JTR

Client to provide education training environment

 

 

SCHEDULE OF AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES

(Course Price Data Sheet)

 

Title of Course:

Helicopter Operations Course

Length of Course (# of Days):

5

Commercial Price:

$11,100.00

Minimum Number of Participants:

15

Government Price:

$10,767.00

Maximum Number of Participants:

40

Price per each additional participant in excess of the minimum (if applicable)

 

Course Instructor: Robert Rendzio plus two others

 

Course Objective

To make the students more aware of helicopter flight operations so that they can provide informed decision-making regarding engineering and procurement support of rotary-wing products.  

Course Summary

The Helicopter Operations Course is designed for the individual who is not familiar with aviation and, specifically, helicopter operations.  The course assumes that the student has little or no aviation experience and uses a cradle-to-familiarization approach.  The class is broken down into five days with eight hours of training per day.  The training starts with an overview of aviation history followed by both the history of the helicopter and U.S. Army aviation history.  

The student is then exposed to the fundamental aerodynamics for both rotary- and fixed-wing flight, while being taught basic aeronautical skills, which enhances the student's awareness of the mechanics of aviation.  The course exposes the student to flight simulation, air traffic control, and manufacturing processes.  It includes at least three industry speakers and a field visit to an operating aviation unit.

Student Materials

Each student will be provided with a binder containing the full course syllabus, copies of slides used during the course, and manufacturer's reference material, including catalogs, etc.

 

Quantity or Other Applicable Discounts (Explain)

Travel and per diem according to JTR

Client to provide education training environment

 

 

SCHEDULE OF AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES

(Course Price Data Sheet)

 

Title of Course:

Future Air Navigation Training

Length of Course (# of Days):

1

Commercial Price:

$3,138.75

Minimum Number of Participants:

6

Government Price:

$3,044.59

Maximum Number of Participants:

50

Price per each additional participant in excess of the minimum (if applicable)

 

Course Instructor: Robert Rendzio plus two others

 

Course Objective

To provide the attendee an understanding of the avionics and navigation support that is envisioned over the next three decades.  

Course Summary

Over the next 10 years, avionics will be undergoing significant changes and this will dramatically affect the equipment that must be carried onboard aircraft.  As a result of these profound changes, it is imperative that the personnel responsible for avionics equipment procurements understand the proposed philosophies that dramatically affect the future of aviation.

Future Air Navigation (called Communications Navigation and Surveillance, or CNS) is a term used to describe the embodiment of these changes.  SRCA's Future Air Navigation Training program is designed to teach interested people the critical aspects of future avionics.  An understanding of upcoming CNS issues related to avionics facilitates properly targeted procurement decisions and ensures that equipage procurements are appropriate.

 

Student Materials

Each student will be provided with a binder containing full course reference materials, a CD-ROM containing all materials, manufacturer's reference material, including catalogs, etc.

Quantity or Other Applicable Discounts (Explain)

Travel and per diem according to JTR

Client to provide education training environment

 

 

SCHEDULE OF AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES

(Course Price Data Sheet)

 

Title of Course:

Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Training

Length of Course (# of Days):

1

Commercial Price: