SASPO_CU&OH_Refurb

Agency: Department of the Air Force
State: Oklahoma
Level of Government: Federal
Category:
  • 28 - Engines, Turbines, and Components
Opps ID: NBD00159908353709603
Posted Date: Oct 2, 2017
Due Date: Oct 31, 2017
Solicitation No: SASPO_CUOH_Refurb
Source: Members Only
Solicitation Number :
SASPO_CUOH_Refurb
Notice Type :
Sources Sought
Synopsis :
Added: Sep 25, 2017 3:31 pm Modified: Oct 02, 2017 1:32 pm Track Changes


Sources Sought Synopsis / Request for Information



for the


Strategic Alternate Sourcing Program Office (SASPO)



Commercially Used & Overhauled (CU&OH) Support



There is no solicitation available at this time. Requests for a solicitation will not receive a response.


North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code: 336413 (Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing)


SBA Size Standard: 1,250 employees


PURPOSE/DESCRIPTION


SASPO is conducting market research to determine expansion of the CU&OH program. Vendors must be an approved repair source for these items in order to be considered as a "qualified" source of repair. Potential sources of repair shall be capable of furnishing all labor, materials, facilities and equipment required to accomplish the overhaul of the item(s) listed below. However, the intent of this RFI is to gauge interest in expanding the program to include the following criteria as a new means to purchase CU&OH material, and if there is a need for a strategic contract.



Method 1 - Purchase the CU&OH parts from a source qualified by the USAF to repair the subject item. The purchase can be made from the qualified source or a distributer for the qualified source.



Requirements for purchasing CU&OH parts using method 1:


1. The supplier must provide a cover letter including the method being used to purchase the CU&OH parts and all applicable information from MQR-PSD-1, section 8.3


2. The supplier must provide a repair source agreement from the subject PN with the qualified source cage. The provided cage must match a valid cage on a current AFMC Form 762 (Contract Repair Screening Analysis Worksheet)


3. The supplier must be ISO 9001 or AS9100 certified.


4. For any life limited parts the supplier must provide a comprehensive life cycle history.


5. The supplier must provide a Certificate of Conformance (CoC), such as an ATA Specification 106 "Part of Material Certification Form", 8130-3 "Authorized Release Certificate", or similar form (with like information) containing a non-incident statement, certifying that the items were manufactured by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), and were not removed from engines that operated in volcanic ash, radiation exposure or submerged.



Method 2 - Purchase the CU&OH parts from a FAA part 145 certified repair source. Using this method the purchase of Critical Safety Items (CSI) or any life limited parts is NOT approved. This method is currently only being used to purchase CU&OH parts in which the USAF does not have a qualified repair source.



Requirements for purchasing CU&OH parts using method 2:


1. The supplier must provide a cover letter including the method being used to purchase the CU&OH parts and all available traceability paperwork showing the OEM birth, ownership history of the item, and Non-incident document. PMA parts are not authorized.


2. The supplier must have an authorized DOT FAA Air Agency Certificate to overhaul the subject part.


3. The supplier must be AS9110, AS9120, and ISO 9001 or AS9100 certified.


4. The mechanic/individual that approved the article for return to service must have a FAA Repairman Certificate with a "Return to Service Authority". The supplier must provide a Certificate of Conformance (CoC) and 8130-3 "Authorized Release Certificate" stating that the assembly is authorized for airworthiness return to service, has complied with conformity inspections of the engine manual, and the processes of overhaul complied with FAA Part 145 guidelines. Any additional technical guidelines such as Technical Orders, Service Bulletins, or customer purchase order specified requirements are also complied with.


5. The supplier must include a non-incident statement if one was received from the purchased source, certifying the item was not removed from engines that operated in volcanic ash, radiation exposure or submerged.




Currently, this program has only consisted of procurements of refurbished CFM-56-2A / F108 engine piece parts; however, the government is considering the addition of the following four engines piece parts.



?A) T56 - T501-D


?B) TF33 - JT3D-7


?C) TF34 - CF34


?D) J85 - CJ610



Included in this Source Sought Synopsis (SSS) is an attachment with the current CU&OH requirements. Parameters for disqualification of parts: Involved in an accident, submerged in water, exposed to volcanic ash, or exposed to radiation.


Part I. Business Information



Please provide the following business information for your company.



Company/Institute Name:


Address:


Point of Contact:


CAGE Code:


? Phone Number:


? E-mail Address:


? Web Page URL:



Part II. Capability Survey Questions



No capabilities statements are needed for the purposes of this market research.



Submission of Information:



Both large and small businesses are encouraged to participate in this market research.


All interested parties are invited to submit a response to this SSS to the SASPO workflow account, 429SCMS.SASPO.Workflow@us.af.mil on or before 31 October 2017 . All responses should be received no later than 3:00 PM CST. Please note: Emails containing file types such as: .zip, .xlsx, .docx, or other macro-enabled extensions, may not be delivered to the intended recipient. Responses to this SSS must be readable by Microsoft Office or Adobe software. Responses to this SSS shall be unclassified.


All questions and comments must be in writing, no telephone calls. Prior to the response date, if necessary, potential respondents may request clarifications by email. Significant SASPO responses to a potential respondent's request for clarification will be posted to FedBizOpps under this SSS. SASPO may provide feedback to respondents regarding their response to this SSS.


SAR submissions and questions should be submitted to the AFSC Small Business Office at:


AFSC/SB


3001 Staff Drive, Suite 1AG 85A


Tinker AFB, OK 73145-3009


E mail: afsc.sb.workflow@us.af.mil


Website: http://www.tinker.af.mil/sbo.asp



NOTE: Potential sources should only submit SAR related questions to the above contact. Inquiries of a technical nature should be submitted to the cognizant engineering activity at 423SCMS.FedBizOps.Inquiries@us.af.mil . DO NOT CONTACT THE ORIGINATOR OF THIS POST WITH QUESTIONS.



Interested sources must select "add me to interested vendors" button above or below to be considered participants in this market research effort.



Disclaimers:


The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this Sources Sought Synopsis (SSS). As stated in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 15.201(e) and FAR 52.215-3, responses to this notice are not offers, and shall not be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract.


This SSS is issued for the purpose of collecting market research, solely for informational, planning, identification of capable sources/recommended strategy and if this effort can be competitive or a Small Business Set-Aside. The information provided in response to this SSS is for discussion purposes and any potential strategy that may be developed from these discussions would be the subject of a separate, future announcement.


The information received in response to this SSS may be utilized by the Government in developing an acquisition strategy, and requirements documents (i.e.; Statement of Objectives, Performance Work Statement, or Purchase Description). The Air Force requires that only non-proprietary information be submitted in response to this SSS. The Air Force shall not be liable for or suffer any consequential damages for the use of any proprietary information submitted.

Please consult the list of document viewers if you cannot open a file.
CU&OH Spring 2017 List
Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
CU&OH Spring 2017 List
Posted Date:
September 25, 2017
SASPO_Commercially-Used_Overhauled_List_from_Spring_... (51.46 Kb)
Download/View SASPO_Commercially-Used_Overhauled_List_from_Spring_2017_Requirements.xlsx
Description: This is the current CU&OH Spring 2017 List. It is also located on the SASPO website (http://www.tinker.af.mil/Home/429SCMSSASPO.aspx).
CU&OH Word doc
Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
CU&OH Word doc
Posted Date:
September 25, 2017
Description: Word document of the body of the RFI.
Contracting Office Address :
3001 Staff Drive, Ste 1AG76A
Tinker AFB, Oklahoma 73145-3015
United States
Primary Point of Contact. :
Randolph Harris,
CU&OH Program Manager
Phone: 4057348358
Secondary Point of Contact :
Myron O. Knight,
Alternate Sourcing Program Manager
Phone: 4057347809

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