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In response to the VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) report, 08-02969-165 Review of Federal Supply Schedule 621 I — Professional and Allied Healthcare Staffing Services, the VA Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Service is in the process of developing a new draft Commercial Sales Practice (CSP) and price proposal format under the 621 I Schedule program. A Request for Information (RFI) is expected to be issued in the middle of May 2015 seeking input from Industry on the proposed changes. Industry will be provided 30 days to respond to the request.
Federal Supply Schedule Professional & Allied Healthcare Staffing Service contracts are awarded for physicians, audiologists, EMT paramedics, dental related services, respiratory therapy, physical/recreational therapy, perfusionist, occupational therapy, licensed practical/vocational nurse, medical/nurse assistant, cytotechnologist, kinesiotherapist, orthotist/prosthetist, ophthalmic services, genetic counselor, clinical laboratory science services, counseling related services, dietitian/nutritionist, surgical technologist, radiologic technology services, certified pharmacy technician, certified registered nurse anesthetist, nurse practitioner, dosimetrist, general clinical technologist, chiropractor, certified/licensed midwife, electroneurdiagnostic technologist, and physicist.
Special Item Numbers— Access a comprehensive listing of the special item numbers under the 621 I Schedule.
Federal Supply Codes (FSC)— The FSC Class(es)/Product Code(s) for the 621 I Schedule include:
Maximum Order Threshold—Contractors are not obligated to honor any order for a combination of items in excess of:
|Special Item Number (SIN)||Maximum Order Threshold|
|621-001 —> 621-099||$1,000,000|
Note for Ordering Activities: When issuing a task order against Federal Supply Schedule 621 I, Professional & Allied Health Care Services, the ordering activity must ensure compliance with VHA Directive 0710, dated May 18, 2007, entitled Personnel Suitability and Security Program and obtain the appropriate background clearances.
Note for Contractors: The ordering facility/contracting officer should not request bid submissions that contain “all inclusive rates.” Contractors must return orders that identify an “all inclusive rate” or that exceed the “not to exceed” rate, to the ordering activity.
Service Contract Act— The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act applies to contracts whose principal purpose is to furnish services through the use of service employees. The SCA requires contractors and subcontractors performing Federal service contracts in excess of $2,500 to observe minimum wages, fringe benefits, and other employment standards.
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes and Business Size Determination— The following NAICS codes and size standards apply under the 621 I Solicitation:
|NAICS Code||Description||Small Business Size Standard|
|561320||Temporary Help Services||$25.5 million|
To obtain a copy of the current 621 I solicitation (RFP-797-FSS-00-0115-R3) please contact Andrew Morgan at email@example.com using the subject line “621 I Solicitation Request.”
It is recommended that you retain a copy of the solicitation and your proposal for your records. Offerors and contractors are held accountable and responsible for complying with all of the provisions and clauses located in the solicitation document.
All solicitations submitted under versions other than the current R3 solicitation will be returned without further action.
The Solicitation Package — The list below outlines the documents that comprise the current 621 I solicitation package (RFP-797-FSS-00-0115-R3), including the specific elements which make up a complete solicitation proposal package. It is essential that all required elements are accurate, current, and complete — incomplete or incorrect submissions may be returned without further consideration, and could greatly lengthen the processing time of your proposal.
Required Amendments — In addition to the documents/information required for the solicitation package, you must also submit the Amendments outlined below. Failure to submit all required Amendments may delay the review of your solicitation proposal pacakge.