63 -- ELECTRONIC LOCKING SYSTEM FOR AIR FORCE LODGING FACILITIES (Commerce Business Daily; 04/13/98)
NOTICE TYPE: Solicitation NOTICE DATED: 040898 OFFICE ADDRESS: AFNAF Purchasing Office, 9504 IH 35 North, Ste 370, San Antonio, TX 78233-6636 ZIP CODE: 78233 SUBJECT: 63 -- ELECTRONIC LOCKING SYSTEM FOR AIR FORCE LODGING FACILITIES SOLICITATION NO.: SOL F41999-98-R-6001 RESPONSE DEADLINE: DUE 060598 CONTACT: POC Roy H. Rainey, 210-657-5804, extension 3105 proposes to award an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract for electronic locking systems for Air Force lodging facilities which use nonappropriated funds (NAF) as the funding source. While this primarily supports Air Force nonappropriated fund activities, other military NAF agencies may be authorized to use this contract on an optional basis. The system required by this SOW must be a regular commercial system available to the hotel/motel industry which contributes towards complete security of the lodging activities (facilities and resources), guest patrons, and NAF employees. The system, which is installed by the contract awardee, operates from the front desk and a kiosk during late night hours, consist of hardware and software to interface with the property management system (PMS) and point of sale (POS) systems which are used by the Agency. Locks are installed on all doors required secured entry and proper entry is gained through the use of an magnetic stripe card which holds at least two encryption zones and the recording in memory each entry or denial of entry into each room on the magnetic stripe plastic cards. The system provides for updates from the locks to the central computer and updates to the PMS/POS systems. The system must allow for room access using DC power, using long life batteries, e.g. alkaline, lithium, nickel cadmium or similar types, or hardwire AC power and the room must be accessible with a dead or low charge battery and provide a 1" deadbolt, and full function panic release for emergency exit. Also the ability for emergency entry into the room without the occupant's card or combination (a master key or other method for entry). The system must be available for use worldwide where 110/120 volts and 220/230/240 volts and 50 and 60 hertz are available, and include an established service network. The contract awardee will be determine through a selection process by a technical evaluation team and pricing team to evaluate proposals against criteria stated herein. The goal in the selection process is to select the system which best represents the best security system, meeting the minimum requirements stated in the statement of work with additional features which enhance security of the system. Significant evaluation factors include, but are not limited to (in their relative order of importance), (a) Meeting the Minimum Requirements of the statement of work; (b) System Features which enhance the operation of the ELS (Features which are in excess of the minimum requirements), and (c) Cost of the System. A single award is contemplated to result from this solicitation. Firms desiring to submit a proposal must submit a request to the following address to arrive at the following address not later than the close of business, 24 April 1998: Roy H. Rainey, Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Purchasing Office, 9504 IH 35 North, Suite 370, San Antonio TX 78233-6636 (Facsimile 210-675-5862). This is a nonappropriated fund requirement and does not involve appropriated funds of the United States Government. Nonappropriated funds are generated by the military community through the sale of goods and services and the collection of fees and charges for participation in military community programs. This requirement does not involve Federal tax dollars. EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
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