General Services Administration

 

Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List

 

 

MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT SERVICES (MOBIS)

 

 

SIN 874-1/RC:  Integrated Consulting Services

       SIN 874-7/RC:  Integrated Business Program Support Services

 

 

 

Applied Systems Development Corporation

19200 Harmony Church Road

Leesburg, VA 20175-9041

Phone: (703) 727-7880

 

Business Size: Small, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

 

Contact: Randy Luten

Phone: (703) 727-7880

Email: rluten@asdcorp.com

 

 

Contract Number:  GS-10F-0004K

Period Covered by Contract: October 1, 1999 – September 30, 2014

 

 

Latest Revision: PS-0023 dated June 21, 2013


 


CUSTOMER INFORMATION

1a.

Awarded Special Item Number(s)

874-1/RC Integrated Consulting Services

874-7/RC Integrated Business Program Support Services

 

  1b.

Lowest Unit Price

Pricing List

  1c.

Labor Category Descriptions

Attached

  2.

Maximum Order

$1,000,000

  3.

Minimum Order

$100

  4.

Geographic Coverage

CONUS & OCONUS

  5.

Points of Production

As required per task order

  6.

Discount from list Price Statement of Net Price

Prices are net discounted

  7.

Quantity Discounts

Negotiated per order

  8.

Prompt Payment Terms

None

  9a.

Government Credit Card at or below micro-purchase threshold

Not Accepted

  9b.

Government Credit Card above micro-purchase threshold

Not Accepted

10.

Foreign Items

None

11a.

Time of Delivery

Negotiated per order

11b.

Expedited Delivery

Negotiated per order

 

Items available for expedited delivery are noted in this price list

 

11c.

Overnight and 2-day delivery

Not Applicable

11d.

Urgent Requirements

Negotiated per order

12.

FOB Point(s)

Origin

13a.

Ordering Address (es)

Same as Contractor

13b.

Ordering Procedures

Attached

14.

Payment Address

Applied Systems Development Corporation

 

 

19200 Harmony Church Road

 

 

Leesburg, VA 20175-9041

15.

Warranty Provisions

Negotiated per order

16.

Export Packing Charges

Not Applicable

17.

Terms of Government Commercial Credit Card Acceptance

None

18.

Terms and Conditions of Rental, Maintenance, Repair

Not Applicable

19.

Terms and Conditions of Installation

Not Applicable

20.

Terms and Conditions of Repair Parts

Not Applicable

20a.

Terms and Conditions for any other services

Not Applicable

21.

List of Service and Distribution Points

Not Applicable

22.

List of Participating Dealers

Not Applicable

23.

Preventive Maintenance

Not Applicable

24a.

Special attributes such as environmental attributes

Not Applicable

24b.

Section 508 compliance information available on Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services

Not Applicable

25.

Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number

198173940

26.

Registration in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database

Active and current

 

Introducing ASD Corporation

ASD is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) incorporated in Virginia in 1998.  ASD specializes in the provision of management consulting services for both federal and private sector organizations. 

 

ASD prides itself in having developed the optimum approach to organizational consulting, balancing the client’s drive to achieve immediate results with its need to build an internal capacity to adapt to ongoing changes.  ASD uses a structured methodology emphasizing organization development and systems analysis techniques to achieve the required in-depth understanding in the shortest amount of time, thus being able to deliver value in the shortest time. This holistic approach enables us to understand the relationships between the larger system, its sub-systems, and the various components that constitute the organization and to provide sensible, appropriate and reliable recommendations.

ASD’s focus is on assisting organizations achieve solutions which provide high quality customer service. 

ASD’s areas of expertise include strategic management, process management, performance management, productivity improvement, and program and project management. 

ASD assists its clients, who are undergoing organizational changes by training groups whose task is to implement the stated objectives.

The ASD approach involves:

Ì  Strategic, tactical, and operational planning with senior leaders and managers

Ì  Building commitment and support from top management

Ì  Examining the organization in the context of its environment

Ì  Focusing on achieving the organization’s mission and performance goals

Ì  Participation by all stakeholders to maximize buy-in and ensure that all voices are heard

Ì  Just-in-time training on business process reengineering, continuous process improvement, and team skills

Ì  Embedding new skills in the organization so work can continue after hand over.

 


ASD is certified under MOBIS in the following three areas: Integrated Consulting Services (874-1/RC) and Integrated Business Program Support Services (874-7/RC).

SIN 874-1/RC:  Integrated Consulting Services

Strategic Management

Engagements generally begin with an organizational assessment.  After performing a preliminary discovery, identifying the organization's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, ASD provides guidance to senior management teams to help identify challenges and consider alternative strategies to leverage resources.  This is achieved through a series of designed and structured work sessions.

This approach provides a forum in which the leadership team defines relationships between program activities and performance goals. It also identifies the most efficient change methods to ensure critical strategic business challenges are met. All resources, in the organization’s environment, are leveraged to address customer expectations; work processes improvements, technology enhancements, employee knowledge building, skills/abilities, and culture and management systems.

Business and Productivity Improvement Design and Implementation

ASD has extensive experience in working with organizations to improve their work flow, align their business processes with their technology, and improve overall performance. Specifically, ASD:

Ì   Provides just-in-time training in all aspects of the improvement effort

Ì   Facilitates the in-house improvement teams

Ì   Coaches teams, team leaders, and process champions

Ì   Implements methods and structures to facilitate managing change

Ì   Provides expertise in best practices research

 

In collaboration with in-house teams, detailed designs of the needed change are produced; including process maps, business rules and procedures, management systems, recommended outcome and process measures, new job designs, training plans, information system requirements, and communication needs. 

Upon acceptance of the design, ASD assists the in-house teams develop a detailed implementation strategy and transition plan to ensure that the new process will meet expectations.

Throughout, ASD pays careful attention to change management to integrate the work process, the people who perform the work, the management systems, and the technology.  Specifically, ASD:  

Ì   Assesses organizational readiness for change

Ì   Presents workshops for employees going through transition

Ì   Coaches managers in their new roles as leaders of change

Ì   Provides opportunities for employees to help shape their organizations

Ì   Transfers knowledge to the client, so the work continues uninterrupted after hand over.

Creating a Competency-Based Learning Environment

A major facet of managing human capital is ensuring that the competencies of an organization needs to be successful, are resident in its staff. 

 

Virtually every Federal agency’s strategic plan shares the goal of creating and sustaining a highly skilled work force.  To achieve this, many agencies are redefining their training function to meet the needs of a contemporary government organization.  Learning programs must now:

Ì   Build the capacity to cope with ongoing change

Ì   Integrate learning and development into employees’ daily work

Ì   Recognize learning as a task as important as routine operations

Ì   Legitimize alternative ways of learning outside the classroom

Ì   Emphasize self-directed learning

Ì   Continue to raise employee professionalism

Ì   Ensure an adequate source of highly qualified people for future work and challenges

The demands placed on today’s organizations and the fast pace of change entails a workforce that places a high value on acquiring and maintaining skills and competencies that will enable them to continue to contribute to their organization’s performance goals. 

ASD helps organizations revamp their traditional training programs to create a continuous learning environment. ASD plans and develops competency-based learning and career development programs tailored to an organization’s specific requirements.

ASD’s approach, to continuous learning, relies on building partnerships for learning. ASD staff work with the organization’s leaders to ensure that all of the components of their business -- technology, people (knowledge, skills, and abilities), culture (values and beliefs), management systems, and business processes -- support a learning environment. 

This systematic approach results in more efficient alignment of personnel to meet organizational goals, commitments, and priorities.  ASD also supports the development of communication and marketing strategies that assures that the staff is knowledgeable about the benefits of a learning program to themselves and their workplace.

ASD also works directly with supervisors and employees to build partnerships that facilitate learning and performance.  ASD develops occupation-specific toolkits to foster employees’ self-directed learning.  ASD staff teach supervisors to create and maintain a workplace culture that promotes continual learning and development.

ASD plans and develops competency-based learning and career development programs tailored to the organization’s specific requirements.  The major components of the approach include:

Ì  Establishing competency models for core occupations

Ì  Constructing career development resource guides for each occupation to provide a roadmap for acquiring needed competencies

Ì  Helping supervisors and employees collaborate in designing learning agreements that align employee career objectives and developmental needs with the performance goals of the organization

Managing Organizational Change

Throughout all its engagements, ASD pays careful attention to change and transition management.  Change management aligns an organization's people and culture with changes in business strategy, processes, organizational structure and technology. 

Employees need to understand the link between their tasks and the organization's strategic plans and performance goals. 

Effective change management involves addressing two levels of change: 

Level 1:           The structure of change, such as project plans, milestones, meetings, briefings, new technology, change in work processes and procedures, and reorganizations

Level 2:               People's emotional reaction to change, such as concerns about having adequate skills; apprehension about the effect on careers; uncertainty about a new supervisor, fear that jobs will change or that jobs will be lost.

We help organizations achieve success in their improvement initiatives by planning for and controlling the fast-paced changes that occur in today’s environment.

A hallmark of the ASD approach is working with leaders to develop the case for action, create the vision for change, and establish success criteria. 

ASD frequently recommends that a steering committee with a clear charter be formed to ensure that the change is aligned with existing processes, management systems, the culture and the people – jobs, training, and performance system.  Throughout the initiative, ASD provides guidance to the steering committee on critical change management issues.

Additionally, ASD often recommends that an internal change management team of employees be established.  ASD provides the team with coaching and facilitation, training in teambuilding, effective communication, conflict management, meeting management, and decision making skills. 

ASD furnishes templates and samples to accelerate the team’s work.  The key tasks of the team include:

Ì  Conducting a stakeholder analysis to determine the level of impact on affected groups and level of influence and possible commitment.

Ì  Developing a communication strategy to provide information and receive feedback on the initiative.

Ì  Conducting analyses of how the changes will impact each target group.

Ì  Engaging groups in developing transition plans to help them lead and implement the changes in their areas and provide communication in their own business units

Ì  Conducting training for target groups on communication and change management methods to enable them to be better change agents.

Ì  Developing how the team will communicate and work with the steering committee, the technology team, the business sponsors, the training team, and others to make the project a success.

The change and transition management activities are integrated into all the phases of the planned improvement initiatives from the initial start-up through full roll out and beyond.  Focusing on how change is managed and how people react to the change is critical to meeting the planned objectives.  Involvement of affected staff in planning the changes and addressing the transition period is essential to a successful outcome.

Facilitation and Related Decision Support Services

ASD Corporation provides facilitation services to clients to help them achieve organizational goals using the systems approach to planning and decision-making.  ASD structures each facilitated work session to help participants use effective tools and procedures to:

Ì  Clarify goals

Ì  Diagnose problems

Ì  Create opportunities

Ì  Develop alternatives

Ì  Set priorities

Ì  Develop action plans

Ì  Analyze performance at organizational, process, and individual levels

The facilitated sessions encourage full participation, promote mutual understanding, foster inclusive solutions, and teach a group new thinking and team skills that remain with participants after hand over.

Planning Facilitated Work Sessions

At the start of each project, ASD staff meet with the project sponsor(s) to clarify goals, agree on outcomes and deliverables, and define success factors.  To establish the context for the work session, ASD staff gather information about the issues facing the organization through interviews, focus groups, and analyzing existing documentation.  This guides the agenda for the work sessions.

Conducting Facilitated Work Sessions

ASD designs all work sessions to provide a "safe harbor" for the discussion of sensitive issues facing an organization.  Maximizing participation is critical to the success of the work session.  To accomplish this, ASD staff manage the group dynamics to ensure that all voices are heard, and all points of view considered.

 

Workshops include many activities to help participants organize and clarify their ideas and decide on optimal approaches.  Techniques that help the group solve its problems and reach consensus include:

u  Establishing ground rules for working together

u  Brainstorming to collect a large number of creative ideas about a chosen topic

u  Priority matrices to establish priorities among items using objective criteria

u  Force field analysis to identify the driving and restraining forces that may have an impact on a course of action

u  Nominal group process techniques to ensure that all participants have an opportunity to present their ideas

u  Break-out work sessions for small sub-groups

u  Conflict management interventions

When facilitation is part of a long-term consulting project (e.g., business process redesign or improvement), we provide facilitation support to teams over the course of the contract.  Team facilitation always begins with a teambuilding session during which the team members validate their mission, establish team norms, arrive at consensus on their approach, reach a common understanding of team deliverables, and agree on performance goals.  ASD often uses the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to help people understand individual differences and appreciate how diverse perspectives add to a group.  This tool is particularly helpful to groups that will be working together over an extended period.

Summarizing Work Session Results

Information gathered during the session is compiled, organized, and major themes are highlighted.  Decisions are stated with follow-up actions and responsibilities noted. ASD staff meet with sponsors to debrief the workshop and help them plan follow-up.

 

 

SIN 874-7/RC:  Integrated Business Program Support Services

ASD provides clients with program integration and project management services.  ASD uses a flexible portfolio of tools and methodologies to bear on the complex issues related to identifying and allocating resources, project planning, scheduling of tasks and activities, managing project cost, schedule, scope and quality to ensure that the final results meet client's business and technical requirements. 

ASD helps clients establish time-tested project management, governance programs and organization by creating a set of best practices, policies and procedures for the selection, management, and control of systems development and non-systems development projects within organizations.  The project management programs designed by ASD cover the following areas, depending on client needs:

Ì  Establishment of Program/Project Management Offices

Ì  Establishment of review boards (technical review board, management review board)

Ì  Project initiation

Ì  Project planning including charter development, scope definition, and schedule development

Ì  Project documentation standards

Ì  Roles and responsibilities

Ì  Risk management

Ì  Change management

Ì  Communication management

Ì  Project resource management

Ì  Project closure including lessons learned and transition to operational status

Ì  Project management tools

Ì  Project performance management using earned value management methodology

ASD also assists clients in planning and managing a wide variety of technology projects including:

Feasibility Studies: involving the evaluation of technology and its use in an organization, including the selection of technical solutions and recommendations for future strategies.

Development Projects: involving the design and development of customized software applications or commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) products and related platforms and interfaces.

Design Projects: involving the design, testing and integration of selected technical platforms and networked solutions.

Implementation Projects: involving the implementation of new technical platforms and solutions, including the physical rollout of hardware and software products and training of end users.

Upgrade Projects: involving the upgrade of existing technical platforms and solutions, including the physical upgrade of hardware and software products.

Migration Projects: involving the replacement and/or removal of existing technical platforms and solutions, typically replaced by different products.

Support Services Projects: involving business initiatives where technology is a participant and not a mechanism of change, typically including office renovations, relocations, company mergers, training programs, and internal reorganizations.

Systems Management Projects: relate to the improvement of systems performance and IT service delivery, including IT process re-engineering, systems maintenance, security audits and documentation projects.

Examples of ASD Experience

ASD has worked in a broad cross-section of Federal agencies and private sector companies.  Recent experience includes projects in the following organizations:

u  Department of Commerce, U. S. Bureau of Census

u  Library of Congress, U. S. Copyright Office

u  Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review

u  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Office of Information Technology and Services; Operations Control Centers

u  Food and Drug Administration, Office of New Drugs

u  Food and Drug Administration, Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology

u  Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review

u  Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

u  U.S. Forest Service

u  U.S. Mint

u  Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Commissioned Corps Support Services

u  Fairfax County, Department of Human Resources


ASD Labor Categories

Consultant I

Manages multiple projects at diverse locations.  Organizes, directs and coordinates the activities of all contract support activities.  Manages cost, schedule, and quality of multiple projects.  Meets with management personnel, contractor managers and client representatives. 

Education:  Graduate degree

Experience:  At least ten years of experience managing diverse programs and complex projects.

Consultant II

A principal in ASD.  Directs activities to implement and manage projects.  Possesses expertise to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.  Provides leadership and technical expertise in all facets of ASD’s work (business process reengineering/improvement, change management, building strategic partnerships between IT and program organizations, creating competency-based learning programs, workforce planning, designing and conducting training, teambuilding, facilitation.)

Education:  Graduate degree

Experience:  Ten or more years managing complex projects in ASD’s areas of work.

Consultant III

Consults with clients to plan facilitated sessions help them achieve organizational goals using the systems approach to planning and decision-making.  Has in-depth knowledge of facilitation and teambuilding methods.  Independently designs and conducts work sessions for large and small groups.  Prepares work session material that enables participants to realize objectives.  Manages group dynamics.  Conducts conflict management interventions.

Education:  Graduate degree

Experience:  Eight or more years of facilitation experience.

Consultant IV

Consults with clients to define needs or problems.  Analyzes, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of designated projects to ensure that project goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed timeframes and funding parameters.

Education:  Graduate degree

Experience:  Eight or more years of project experience in three or more areas of ASD’s work: business process engineering/improvement, change management, building strategic partnerships between IT and program organizations, creating competency-based learning programs, workforce planning, designing and conducting training, teambuilding, planning and facilitating workshops.

Business Analyst

Examines business requirements to assess needs, collect information, and identify alternative methods and solutions.  Provides research and analytical support to projects in ASD’s areas of expertise (business process engineering/improvement, change management, building strategic partnerships between IT and program organizations, creating competency-based learning programs, workforce planning, conducting training).

Education:  Bachelor’s degree

Experience: Two or more years

Technical Support

Gathers information and prepares operations and procedures manuals resulting from business process reengineering initiatives. Conducts research in support of writing assignments.  Documents processes.  Develops and/or edits reports.

Education:  Bachelor’s degree

Experience:  Three or more years

Program Manager I

Provides leadership and direction to ASD staff members assigned to a contract including priority-setting, planning, managing, and allocating resources.  Has complete oversight of multiple projects at the client site including management of cost, schedule and quality.  Develops and executes complex technical tasks.  Applies a wide variety of analytical problem solving-methodologies to the management of systems and non-systems projects.  Helps client staff acquire the methods and techniques they need to accomplish individual and team tasks.  Meets with management personnel, contractor managers and client representatives. 

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

  • Minimum of 15 years of program management experience and a total of 20 years professional work experience.
  • Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating large, complex projects.
  • Experience as manager of a cross-organizational program management office (PMO) that included multiple complex projects and exceeded $20 million in total life-cycle costs.
  • Experience with managing and mentoring project managers and general managers.

Program Manager II

Has full understanding of project management theory and practices.  Independently plans and executes all project management tasks to produce successful projects including project definition, planning, documentation, scheduling, budgeting, risk planning, issues tracking and progress measurement.

Provide technical direction to project management personnel assigned to the contract.  Acts as primary interface with project management staff, ASD managers and client representatives.

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum of twelve years of project management experience and a total of 18 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating large, complex projects.

·         Experience as a project manager of a cross-organizational project that has exceeded $15 million in life-cycle costs.

Portfolio Manager

Has full understanding of project management theory and practices.  Independently plans and executes all project management tasks to produce successful projects including project definition, planning, documentation, scheduling, budgeting, risk planning, issues tracking and progress measurement.

Provide technical direction to project management personnel assigned to the contract.  Acts as primary interface with project management staff, ASD managers and client representatives.

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum of thirteen years of project management experience and a total of 20 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating large, complex projects.

Experience as a project manager of a cross-organizational project that has exceeded $15 million in life-cycle costs.

Project Manager I

Has full understanding of project management theory and practices.  Independently plans and executes all project management tasks to produce successful projects including project definition, planning, documentation, scheduling, budgeting, risk planning, issues tracking and progress measurement.

Provide technical direction to project management personnel assigned to the contract.  Acts as primary interface with project management staff, ASD managers and client representatives.

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum of eight years of project management experience and a total of 12 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating large, complex projects.

·         Experience as a project manager of a cross-organizational project that has exceeded $5 million in life-cycle costs.

Project Manager II

Understands project management theory and practices.  Independently plans and executes all project management tasks in mid-size projects or phases of large-scale projects to produce successful projects.  Tasks include project/phase definition, planning, documentation, scheduling, budgeting, risk planning, issues tracking and progress measurement.

Provide technical direction to project management personnel assigned to the contract.  Meets with project management staff, ASD managers and client representatives.

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum of five years of project management experience and a total of 10 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating projects.

·         Experience as a project manager of a cross-organizational project that has exceeded $2 million in life-cycle costs.

Project Manager III

Understands project management theory and practices.  Supports project or program manager in large-scale projects.  Plans and executes all project management tasks in small-scale projects or phases of mid-scale projects to produce successful projects.  Tasks include project/phase definition, planning, documentation, scheduling, budgeting, risk planning, issues tracking and progress measurement.

Meets with client representatives on technical issues.

Education: Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum of three years of project management experience and a total of 6 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in planning, evaluating, directing, tracking, analyzing and coordinating projects.

·         Experience as a project manager of a cross-organizational project that has exceeded $0.5 million in life-cycle costs.

Project Manager IV

Assists project or program manager in the management of contracts with life cycle value of $1M.  Has a rudimentary understanding of accounting, management, and contract principles.  Able to use computer aids such as spreadsheets, automated accounting systems, word processors, graphics systems and automated project management tools.

Education:   Bachelors degree from an accredited university or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum two years experience in project control and analysis with a total of 4 years professional work experience.

Project Controller

Creates and manages project information relating to contractual requirements and cost (profit and loss reporting) for submittal to the program manager for review and approval.  Develops and manages project schedule information.  Analyzes project data and prepares draft variance reports for the project/program manager.

Has a rudimentary understanding of accounting, management, and contract principles.  Able to use computer aids such as spreadsheets, automated accounting systems, word processors, graphics systems and automated project management tools

Education:   Associate degree or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum three years experience in project administration and analysis with a total of 6 years professional work experience.

 

Project Administrator

Manages all information related to the project.  Establishes and maintains project files.  Schedules project meetings.  Takes notes at meetings and develops and disseminates meeting minutes.

Has a rudimentary understanding of accounting, project management, project analysis techniques and contract principles. Uses computer based software products such as spreadsheets, automated accounting systems, word processing, graphics systems and automated project management tools.

Education:  Associate degree or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Two years of related experience and a total of four years professional work experience.

Configuration Manager

Plans, evaluates, directs, tracks, analyzes and coordinates both project and enterprise level configuration management functions. Develops and executes complex configuration management tasks.  Applies analytical problem-solving methodologies to manage changes in project scope and requirements.  Provide technical direction to support staff.  Meets with client personnel.

Education:  Associates degree from an accredited University or equivalent

Experience:  

·         Minimum seven years of configuration management experience and a total of 10 years professional work experience. 

·         Experience in implementing project and enterprise level configuration management techniques

Senior Project Management Consultant

Has full understanding of project management theory and practices.  Possesses leadership and expertise in business process improvement, change management, building partnerships between IT and program areas, and creating project management competency in the workforce.

Education:  Bachelor’s degree

Experience:  

·         At least ten years of experience implementing and managing diverse and complex projects.   

 

 


ASD Price List

SINs

Labor Category Title

Gov’t Hourly Rate

874-1/RC

Consultant I

$207.62

874-1/RC

Consultant II

$165.98

874-1/RC

Consultant III

$138.22

874-1/RC

Consultant IV

$110.74

874-1/RC

Business Analyst

$88.26

874-1/RC

Technical Support

$54.30

874-7/RC

Program Manager I

$168.75

874-7/RC

Program Manager II

$133.24

874-7/RC

Project Manager I

$119.91

874-7/RC

Project Manager II

$107.68

874-7/RC

Project Manager III

$91.03

874-7/RC

Project Manager IV

$79.93

874-7/RC

Project Controller

$67.72

874-7/RC

Project Administrator

$53.29

874-7/RC

Configuration Manager

$86.59

874-7/RC

Portfolio Manager

$148.39

874-7/RC

Sr. Project Management Consultant

$183.55


Notes:

1.    Includes 0.75% IFF

2.    Annual escalation is based on an economic price adjustment in accordance with I-FSS-969(b)(2) and market indicator Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Cost Index, Wages and Salaries, Private Industry Workers, Table 9 for occupation group Professional, Scientific and Technical Services.

3.    The Services Contract Act (SCA) is applicable to this contract as it applies to the entire MOBIS Schedule and all services provided.  While no specific labor categories have been identified as being subject to SCA due to exemptions for professional employees (FAR 22.1101, 22.1102 and 29 CFR 541.300), this contract still maintains the provisions and protections for SCA eligible labor categories.  If and/or when the contractor adds SCA labor categories/employees to the contract through the modification process, the contractor must inform the Contracting Officer and establish a SCA matrix identifying the GSA labor category titles, the occupational code, SCA labor category titles and applicable wage determination number.  Failure to do so may result in cancellation of the contract.


How to Acquire ASD's Services from MOBIS

GSA Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) has established streamlined procedures to enable agencies to acquire MOBIS contractors quickly and easily.  These guidelines require agencies to consider at least three MOBIS contractors and select the one that provides the "best value."  To obtain ASD's services, an agency needs to follow these steps.

1.       ASD meets with the project sponsors to discuss the project goals, agree on outcomes and deliverables, define the level of effort, and determine if the contract should be fixed price or fixed labor category rate.

2.       ASD prepares a proposal that documents the scope of the effort and provides costs using the MOBIS schedule for the services required (SIN 874-1/RC Integrated Consulting Services; SIN 874-7/RC Integrated Business Program Support Services). 

3.       The project sponsor reviews the proposal, modifying it as needed. 

4.       The project sponsor compares ASD's rates with two other MOBIS contractors.

5.       After selecting the contractor who provides "best value," the project sponsor follows the agency's internal procedures to secure the contract.

After receiving the required documentation from the project sponsor, the Contract Officer places the order directly with ASD.