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Energy Sector Planning and Analysis Services – DE-SO26-08000664
Contract DE-FE0004001 has been awarded to Booz Allen Hamilton, Incorporated
in response to the Energy Sector Planning and Analysis solicitation (DE-SO26-08000664).
The electronic reading room is part of NETLís strategy to provide information that may benefit potential offerors in preparing their proposal. The information is provided to assist the reader in gaining an enhanced understanding of the requirement.
The magnitude of this effort is expected to be $18,000,000 or more per year.
The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code for this effort is 541712 with a size standard of 500 employees. The NAICS is provided for use by businesses in determining their appropriate business size. For further information on business size definitions please refer to the Small Business Administration's web site.
The objective of this solicitation is to obtain expert services that will complement and support the efforts of federal staff in strategic energy sector analysis and planning, engineering analysis using state of the art simulation and modeling tools, R&D benefit analyses, life-cycle analysis, natural resource development impact assessment, e.g., water resources, and energy infrastructure analyses. These services require effective management of the Contractor’s human and other resources to support the range of programs and subprograms delineated in Attachment A-1—NETL Introduction. Resources include: a personnel-mix having technical expertise in scientific, engineering, business and policy disciplines needed for in-depth understanding of advanced technologies and complex systems and legislative and policy issues; and advanced/specialized tools, expertise, and protocols that make it possible, to facilitate, and accelerate anticipated analyses.
To effectively execute work assignments through task orders, as delineated in the process description contained in Section H.10 of this contract, the contractor must effectively assess and adjust staffing to respond to the changing programmatic requirements inherent to cutting-edge research organizations such as NETL as well as the dynamics of regulatory and political processes. This flexibility in staffing is an important objective of the overall contract and requires that managers and staff remain current on program requirements and technical advancements. The Contractor shall have a sufficient level of expertise to successfully support the management and integration of all stages of science and technology development leading to commercially viable solutions. Through this contract NETL seeks to access a best in class on-site, RDD&D support organization that can assist NETL in conduct of its mission and achieving its vision, particularly in those areas of energy sector planning and analysis.
The Contractor shall support program initiatives in functional areas (see below) that are typically employed at NETL to bolster the advancement of current programs and foster the development of future program initiatives. The contractor shall manage its workforce and the overall execution of work to ensure appropriate staffing of individual tasks, integration of work products, product quality, communication among tasks, and coordination within the program organizational structure.
The scope of work entails providing the Federal staff with support in the following functional areas:
- Strategic Energy Sector Analysis
- Techno-economic Analysis and Modeling
- Benefit Analysis
- Life-Cycle Assessment
- Energy Infrastructure Analysis