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Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization

John Hale IIIDirectorFebruary 9, 2016“Road to DOE Opportunities”How to Work with the U.S.Department of Energy Small Business Programs

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DOE’s Locations

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Energy Security – Protection of high risk, high payoff RD&D of cleaner more affordable and reliable alternate energy sources, e.g. Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy Nuclear Security – National Nuclear Security Administration guards:Military applications of nuclear energyMilitary nuclear propulsion plants (i.e. nuclear submarines)Nuclear Nonproliferation – Detect, secure, and dispose of vulnerable nuclear weaponsConversion of high grade to low grade UraniumComputational analysis of nuclear warheadsEnvironmental Responsibility – Stop or reverse environmental damage caused by our legacy of nuclear warhead productionEnhance Efforts in Scientific Discovery and Innovation – The Office ofScience is the largest single supporter of research in the physical sciences

DOE’s Mission

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OSDBU’s Purpose

“Building sustainable small business to enable the Department to achieve its mission through innovation and creativity”Build corporate pipeline and efficient supply-chainPlug-in small businesses to DOE opportunitiesSmall business made easy for program officesOSDBU becoming program offices’ strategic partner

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OSDBU – Small Business Execution

Enable program offices to perform their mission and unexpectedchallengesBuild corporate pipeline and efficient supply chainTarget effective and innovative small businessesPlug-in small businesses to DOE opportunitiesExternal stakeholder engagementTransparency of opportunitiesSmall business made easy for DOE programsDOE small business set-aside IDVsSmall business first policyCore principle – small business firstCommitment to prime small businessBest value > commodity contracting

Defining characteristics of small businesses Creativity Innovation Agility Niche capabilities

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY | OFFICE OF SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS UTILIZATION | FEBRUARY 9, 2016|

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Consist of at least 75% of our procurement base, we retain only 15%DOE has approximately 15,000 FTEs and 100,000 contractor workforceNot bundled (ref. FAR 2.1). They are sanctioned by FAR 17.6Limited Liability Corporations (LLC) – Only responsibility is to manage and operate specific facilityPerformance-based, Award Fee, and Award TermApproximately 40 FMCs, 17 of which are National Laboratories (NL)NLs are Federally Funded Research & Development Centers (FFRDCs) (ref. FAR 2.1)

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Site and Facility Management Contractors (FMCs)

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Required to have a small business subcontracting planSubcontracting plan goals are challengingWe flow down small business prime contract solicitation methods to FMCs to help them achieve subk goals – Best PracticeFMCs do not follow FAR when they subcontractBest commercial practices – Faster awards, cannot be protestedConduct a Mentor-Protégé Program – Best PracticeObjective is to graduate protégés to large businesses that can compete for Federal prime contractsOne of 13 government agencies that have an Mentor-Protégé ProgramVoluntary, no appropriated funds, paid through subk costsMentors are large or small DOE contractorsProtégés must be small socio-economic – goaled groupsProspective protégés petition mentorsProtégés may subcontract with other FMCsSole-source contracts at 8(a) thresholds ($4.0M/$6.5M)

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FMCs

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http://energy.gov/gc/downloads/doe-facility-management-contracts

FMCs

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http://energy.gov/gc/downloads/doe-facility-management-contracts

FMCs

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Power Administrations

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Established in the early 1900s, sell excess electrical power produced at Federal water projects in order to repay the Government’s investment in the projects.Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) – Headquartered in Portland, OregonSoutheastern Power Administration (SEPA) – Headquartered in Elberton, GeorgiaSouthwestern Power Administration (SWPA) – Headquartered in OklahomaWestern Area Power Administration (WAPA) – Headquartered in Colorado – services a 15 state region of central and western U.S.

Power Administrations

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What Does DOE Buy?

Top Ten – FY 2015 Action Obligations for 8(a) by NAICS Codes(Oct. 1, 2014 – Sept. 30, 2015)NAICS CodeNAICS Code DescriptionAction Obligation1541611Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services$67,135,8382541519Other Computer Related Services$59,485,9273562211Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal$38,491,5724561210Facilities Support Services$30,343,9255237990Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction$27,216,8106561110Office Administrative Services$24,958,1127541620Environmental Consulting Services$21,331,3858236220Commercial and Institutional Building Construction$19,842,6959562910Remediation Services$11,462,77710541990All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services$11,104,838

Ad Hoc Report Extracted from FPDS-NG

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What Does DOE Buy?

Ad Hoc Report Extracted from FPDS-NG

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Top Ten

FY 2015 Action Obligations for

All

Small Businesses

by NAICS Codes

(Oct. 1, 2014 – Sept. 30, 2015)

NAICS

Code

NAICS Code Description

Action

Obligation

1

562910

Remediation Services

$155,595,430

2

541611

Administrative

Management and General Management Consulting Services

$136,816,890

3

561210

Facilities Support Services

$11,930,942

4

541330

Engineering Services

$114,528,160

5

541519

Other Computer Related Services

$91,844,746

6

541690

Other Scientific and Technical Consulting

Services

$66,953,285

7

541512

Computer Systems Design Services

$49,063,405

8

518210

Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

$43,038,800

9

561612

Security Guards

and Patrol Services

$40,012,856

10

562211

Hazardous Waste Treatment and

Disposal

$38,491,572

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Rules of Engagement

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FY 2014 Small Business Awardees

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Name

of Award

Recipient

of Award

Description

Mentor of the Year

Y-12

National Security Complex

Oak Ridge, TN

Respirator cleaning/repair services and radiological (RAD) and non-radiological laundry cleaning services

Protégé of the Year

Fireside

Production

Denver, CO

Video productions

services

Webinars

8(a)

/Small Disadvantaged Business of the Year

Allegheny Science

and Technology

Bridgeport, WV

Professional and engineering services

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FY 2014 Small Business Awardees

Name of AwardRecipient of AwardDescriptionWoman-Owned Small Business of the YearInformation International Associates, Inc.Oak Ridge, TNFull range of IT infrastructure servicesApplication development servicesHUBZone Small Business of the YearBlue Tech, Inc.San Diego, CAIT systems solutionsService Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business of the YearShelby Distributions, Inc.El Paso, TXCommercial office products and services

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FY 2014 Small Business Awardees

Name of AwardRecipient of AwardDescriptionSBIR/STTR Small Business of the YearMainstream Engineering CorporationRockledge, FLRefrigeration and air conditioningSmall Business of the YearKeyLogic Systems, Inc.Morgantown, WVProject execution and integration (PEI) support services

For information about DOE’s Annual Small Business Awards Program, please visit the conference website: http://smallbusinessconference.energy.gov.

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Forecast Opportunities

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GET LISTED IN THE UPF SUPPLIER DIRECTORY(865) 574-0079http://upfprocurement@y12.doe.gov PROCUREMENT CONTACTSEQUIPMENTElaine Najmola(865) 241-0818najmolame@y12.doe.govREGISTER http://www.supplier.bechtel.comCONSTRUCTIONRalph Helton(865) 576-9097heltonrs1@y12.doe.govWATCH FOR LATEST PROCUREMENTSY-12 website: http://www.y12.doe.govFed Biz Opp: https://www.fbo.govY-12 SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMLisa Copeland(865) 576-2090Copelandl@y12.doe.govhttp://www.y12.doe.gov/suppliers/socioeconomic-programs

NNSA – Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) – Interested in Becoming a UPF Supplier?

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Forecast Opportunities

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Existing EU facilities:

Do not meet modern nuclear safety or security standards

Are experiencing age-related degradation, costing more to maintain and increasing safety risk

UPF

Sustains long-term U.S. uranium manufacturing capability

Provides significant safety and security improvements

Reduces long-term operating costs

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Forecast Opportunities

* Opportunity forecasts are subject to change at the discretion of the Contracting Officer

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Program/Site Office Name:

National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)

Type

of Acquisition:

DICCE II – Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation

Acquisition Description:

Construct and install monitoring systems worldwide for nuclear nonproliferation purposes

Type

of Action:

Small Business Set-Aside

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NAICS Code:

237990 ($36.5M)

Estimated Dollar Range:

$400M

RFP Release Date:

FY 2016 – 2

nd

Quarter

Contact Info:

Gary Lyttek, gary.lyttek@nnsa.doe.gov, 202-586-8304

Program/Site Office Name:

Office of Environmental Management (EM)

Type of

Acquisition:

Information Technology Services

Acquisition Description:

Wide range of IT services required by EM Headquarters and EM Consolidated Business Center (EMCBC) in Cincinnati, Ohio in support of the EM field sites

Type

of Action:

Small Business Set-Aside

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NAICS Code:

518210

Estimated Dollar Range:

$50M-$70M

Anticipated Award Fiscal Year:

FY 2016

Contact Info:

Karen Bahan, Karen.bahan@emcbc.doe.gov, 513-246-0555

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Forecast Opportunities

* Opportunity forecasts are subject to change at the discretion of the Contracting Officer

Program/Site Office Name: Office of Environmental Management (EM)Type of Acquisition: Construction/Architect/EngineeringAcquisition Description: Develop dual path approach to assess Calcine Disposition Project (CDP) path forward to ensure regulatory complianceType of Action: Full & Open Competition | NAICS Code: 562910Estimated Dollar Range: $50M-$1BAnticipated Award Fiscal Year: TBDContact Info: Karen Bahan, Karen.bahan@emcbc.doe.gov, 513-246-0555Program/Site Office Name: Office of Environmental Management (EM)Type of Acquisition: TBDAcquisition Description: Idaho CERCLA Disposal Facility (ICDF) operations, Accelerated Retrieval Project (ARP) IX construction, Tank Farm interim cap construction and Integrated Waste Treatment Unit strip-outType of Action: Full & Open Competition | NAICS Code: 562910Estimated Dollar Range: $50M-$70MAnticipated Award Fiscal Year: FY 2016 Contact Info: Karen Bahan, Karen.bahan@emcbc.doe.gov, 513-246-0555

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Forecast Opportunities

* Opportunity forecasts are subject to change at the discretion of the Contracting Officer

Program/Site Office Name: Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)Type of Acquisition: Impact StudyAcquisition Description: Research and develop a study of the impact of state and local energy performance benchmarking and disclosure policies and any associated building efficiency policies for commercial and multifamily buildingsType of Action: Small Business Set-Aside | NAICS Code: TBDEstimated Dollar Range: $100K-$150KRFP Release Date: FY 2016Contact Info: Lani MacRae, lani.macrae@ee.doe.gov, 720-356-1517Program/Site Office Name: Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)Type of Acquisition: Business Administration and Conference LogisticsType of Action: 8(a) Set-Aside $125MRFP Release Date: FY 2017 Contact Info: Lani MacRae, lani.macrae@ee.doe.gov, 720-356-1517

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Forecast Opportunities

* Opportunity forecasts are subject to change at the discretion of the Contracting Officer

Program/Site Office Name: Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)Type of Acquisition: Workforce Planning ModelAcquisition Description: The Department is seeking to develop a scalable strategic workforce planning modelType of Action: Small Business Set-Aside | NAICS Code: 541612Estimated Dollar Range: $1M-$3MRFP Release Date: FY 2016Contact Info: Lani MacRae, lani.macrae@ee.doe.gov, 720-356-1517Program/Site Office Name: Office of Fossil Energy (FE)Type of Acquisition: Mission Execution and Strategic Analysis (MESA) Support ServicesAcquisition Description: Provide administrative support services to the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in the area of acquisition and assistance, financial management, office management, information management and event managementType of Action: Competitive 8(a) | NAICS Code: 561110Estimated Dollar Range: $25M-$50MAnticipated Award Fiscal Year: FY 2016 Contact Info: Larry Sullivan, larry.Sullivan@netl.doe.gov, 412-386-6115

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15

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Annual DOE Small Business Forum and Expo

May 23-25, 2016

Atlanta Marriott Marquis

265 Peachtree Center Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30303

Conference Website: http://smallbusinessconference.energy.gov

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Thank YouJohn Hale III, DirectorOffice of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization

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