POTOMAC INSTITUTE FOR
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Federal Supply Service
Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List
Multiple Award Schedule (MAS)
Period Covered by Contract
January 06, 2003 through January 05, 2023
Business Size: Other than Small Business
1a. Table of awarded special item number(s) with appropriate cross-reference to item descriptions and awarded price(s).
OLM and 541611 (Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services)
1b. Identification of the lowest priced model number and lowest unit price for that model for each special item number awarded in the contract. This price is the Government price based on a unit of one, exclusive of any quantity/dollar volume, prompt payment, or any other concession affecting price. Those contracts that have unit prices based on the geographic location of the customer, should show the range of the lowest price, and cite the areas to which the prices apply.
1c. If the Contractor is proposing hourly rates, a description of all corresponding commercial job titles, experience, functional responsibility and education for those types of employees or subcontractors who will perform services shall be provided. If hourly rates are not applicable, indicate "Not applicable" for this item.
2. Maximum order.
3. Minimum order.
4. Geographic coverage (delivery area).
5. Point(s) of production (city, county, and State or foreign country).
Same as Company Address
6. Discount from list prices or statement of net price.
Prices shown are net Government awarded discounts.
7. Quantity discounts.
8. Prompt payment terms.
Net 30 Days
9a. Notification that Government purchase cards are accepted at or below the micro-purchase threshold.
9b. Notification whether Government purchase cards are accepted or not accepted above the micro-purchase threshold.
10. Foreign items (list items by country of origin).
11a. Time of delivery.
Specified on Task Order
11b. Expedited Delivery.
11c. Overnight and 2-day delivery.
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 affect a faster delivery.
12. F.O.B. point(s).
13a. Ordering address.
Same as Company Address
13b. Ordering procedures: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA's) are found in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405-3.
14. Payment address.
Same as Company Address
15. Warranty provision.
Contractor's standard commercial warranty
16. Export packing charges, if applicable.
17. Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance (any thresholds above the micro-purchase level).
18. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair (if applicable).
19. Terms and conditions of installation (if applicable).
20. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if applicable).
20a. Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable).
21. List of service and distribution points (if applicable).
22. List of participating dealers (if applicable).
23. Preventive maintenance (if applicable).
24a. Special attributes such as environmental attributes (e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants).
24b. If applicable, indicate that Section 508 compliance information is available on Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services and show where full details can be found (e.g. contractor's website or other location.) The EIT standards can be found at: www.Section508.gov/.
25. Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number.
26. Notification regarding registration in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database.
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies is registered with the Central Contractor Registration Database Cage Code: 021B3
POTOMAC INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Each labor category has multiple levels and salary ranges. These ranges denote the increasing complexity of the position and the amount of expertise and experience individuals bring to their position. The ranges are identified on our rate schedule.
Minimum General Experience: Extensive executive and senior level experience in organizational dynamics, behavior, and development with expertise in devising agency/organization strategy development; designing, leading, and organizing business process improvement efforts; proven success in implementing advanced methods, tools, and procedures to execute developmental strategy.
Functional Responsibilities: Leads teams in a technical, or scientific role providing problem definition, analysis, requirements development and implementation for complex to extremely complex science, technologies, or technological systems. Demonstrated skill in conceiving, planning, and conducting research and analysis in technological problem areas of considerable scope and complexity requiring unconventional or unique approaches and sophisticated research techniques. Individual will have demonstrated ability to make independent assessments on various issues, processes, and methods and act as a representative to resolve important questions and to plan and coordinate work. Facilitates process improvement efforts requiring a mastery of technical expertise in scientific and technical disciplines or areas where it is advantageous to utilize senior-level personnel with functional knowledge of industry best-practices in fields relevant to the processes and practices being analyzed, studied, and implemented.
Minimum General Experience: Considerable executive and senior-level experience in organizational behavior and organizational development devising strategy development; designing, leading, and organizing business process improvement efforts; and proven success in implementing methods, tools, and procedures to execute strategy.
Functional Responsibilities: Manages, analyzes, designs, organizes, leads, and conducts executive and senior-level workshops, seminars, training sessions and pilot projects which require executive/senior-level application of methods, tools, or theories, or require senior-level experience in the strategy development and program management of agency/enterprise-wide change efforts. Facilitates process improvement efforts requiring a mastery of technical expertise in scientific and technical disciplines or areas where it is advantageous to utilize senior-level personnel because of their functional knowledge of industry best practices in fields relevant to the processes and practices being analyzed and studied.
Minimum General Experience: Broad and progressively responsible experience in systems analyses, concept development, and acquisition management, program management, line management, and contracts administration. Substantial experience and expertise in specialized professional research analysis, quantitative analysis, policy analysis, and strategic and national defense analysis work.
Functional Responsibilities: Prepares research design as the basis for project planning; manages, and organizes personnel assignments for particular projects; reviews, edits and improves draft research designs; proposes research strategic and innovative approaches to technical and management problems; drafts statements of work for the customer; leads and advises team members and customer representatives concerning research design, concepts and requirements; leads, plans, organizes schedules and evaluates completed tasks of projects teams; arranges and participates in program reviews, work coordination meetings and telephone conferences with customer representatives and contract personnel concerning project activities; tracks, prepares, and compiles manpower and direct budget estimates for assigned work activities; attends symposiums and conferences for the exchange of technical data; conducts the final edit of all deliverable documents and reports.
Minimum General Experience: Considerable experience in specialized professional research, analysis, quantitative analysis, policy analysis, strategic and national defense analysis work.
Functional Responsibilities: Prepares research design as the basis for project planning; develops and revises supporting work plans; reviews, edits and improves draft research designs; proposes research strategic and innovative approaches to technical problems; advises team members and customer representatives concerning research design, concepts and requirements; arranges and participates in work coordination meetings concerning project activities; drafts meetings summaries, position papers, progress reports and related correspondence for internal and customer approval; prepares charts and graphic materials for briefings, reports and presentations; attends symposium and conferences for the exchange of technical data.
Minimum General Experience: Considerable experience involving program management and support, cost and systems analysis, and related administrative work.
Functional Responsibilities: Analyzes and interprets documentation of program administrative requirements, cost-performance and trade-offs, program completion reports, and related
contractual documentation; coordinates data collection, analysis, and assessments with contractors and subcontractors; evaluates task completion and program scheduling with Task Leader and customer representatives; reviews and analyzes plans, program documentation, writes program status reports; establishes, maintains and updates program cost, and data management files; attends progress update and staff meetings. Reviews project objectives, deliverables, scheduling, costs, staffing and technical resource; may compile, track and review program summaries, cost analyses, progress updates, staffing and labor hour allocations with program staff, sub-contractors, management representatives and auditors.
Minimum General Experience: Considerable experience involving program management, cost benefit and cost-performance analysis and related business administrative work.
Functional Responsibilities: Analyzes and interprets program administrative requirements, cost performance and trade-off analysis reports, program completion reports, and related contractual documentation; coordinates data collection and analysis with contractors and subcontractors; evaluates task completion and program scheduling with Task Leader; reviews and analyzes plans and program documentation; participates in program status reports; assists in the maintenance and updates to program, cost, and data management files; attends progress update and staff meetings. Updates and reviews project objectives, deliverables, scheduling, costs; may compile, track and review program summaries, cost analyses, progress updates, staffing and labor hour allocations with program staff, sub-contractors, management representatives and auditors.
Minimum General Experience: This position requires a minimum of six years of general experience of which two must be specialized.
Functional Responsibilities: Provides planning, analysis, troubleshooting, integration, acquisition support, installation support, operations, maintenance, and supports training for computer systems, systems analysis support for the enhancement of new or existing systems and networks. Identifies and resolves problems encountered by users of systems and the analysis and implementation of enhancements.
Minimum General Experience: Some experience and formal training in technical illustration work is desirable.
Functional Responsibilities: Operates computer graphics software programs to prepare and modify the basic format and type settings for graphs, charts, drawings, documents, block diagrams and schematics; proofs work for visual appearance, completeness and accuracy; performs art paste-up work; duplicates finished masters and files finished documents; may draft rough sketches and perform free-hand illustration work.
Minimum General Experience: Considerable experience in technical writing and editing of technical and management reports, proposals and publications is required.
Functional Responsibilities: Coordinates, prepares, proofreads and edits documents, publications, and reports including proposals, reports, letters, articles, newsletters, brochures and marketing materials; analyzes materials for proper format, sentence structure, grammar, logic, continuity, ease of reading, and writing style; works with professional, management and sponsoring personnel to determine communications needs, requirements and suggested changes; monitors status of documents from rough draft to final copy; maintains and updates resource library.
Minimum General Experience: Specialized experience in government and industrial security and facilities administration, including experience in a supervisory capacity.
Functional Responsibilities: Manages the division's defense/government industrial security program including the establishment, revision and implementation of security policies and procedures governing the protection of classified governmental documents; promotes security awareness by employees and ensures compliance with security standards and regulations; oversees document control, personnel and physical security and visitor control; acts as Contractor Special Security Officer in overseeing internal and governmental inspections; functions as Division Security Custodian and System Security Officer in overseeing the maintenance and destruction of classified records; prepares divisional briefings and presentations on security regulations and standards and assists divisions with enforcement and implementations; supervises, coordinates and evaluates the work activities of assigned staff.
Minimum General Experience: Upper level requires considerable administrative support, with secretarial and clerical work experience and/or training. Lower level requires little or no experience although some public contact or clerical experience is desirable.
Functional Responsibilities: Upper level - compiles, types and edits periodic reports, letters, memos, proposals, manuals and cost estimates from copy or rough draft; integrates text and graphics to format cohesive presentations; uses word processing application programs to produce reports, briefings and graphical enhancements; prepares spreadsheets, reviews material prepared for supervisor's approval for typographical accuracy, grammar, spelling, punctuation, composition and format; prepares special reports, summaries or replies to inquiries, using relevant data from other reports, documents. Lower level - answers incoming telephone calls; transfers callers and takes messages; greets, screens, and refers visitors to appropriate personnel; types routine letters and memos; sorts and delivers incoming mail and documents including registered mail, certified mail, and checks; weighs, packages, and applies postage to outgoing mail; orders supplies for stockroom and kitchen; contacts courier services to make special deliveries; makes calls to request maintenance and other services.
Other administrative duties include events coordinator. This is at the mid-level range and requires substantial experience in coordinating high visible seminars, conferences, and program meetings, requiring logistical expertise and considerable contact with the public; must be knowledgeable in negotiating contracts with hotels, caterers, etc.
Service Contract Act - The Service Contract Act (SCA) is applicable to this contract as it applies to the entire 541611 MAS: 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 I 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 the applicable WO number. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of the contract.