Logistics Worldwide, Schedule 874 V (LOGWORLD)
Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD) Schedule 874 V is a worldwide Federal Supply Schedule contract issued by the General Services Administration. LOGWORLD is a Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MAIQ) contract intended to qualify vendors and help establish long-term supplier relationships with federal agencies. Logworld will help agencies utilize the latest concepts, methodologies and technologies in material and resource acquisition, distribution, and supply chain management in order to enhance or replace existing logistics operations.
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This GSA Schedule is open to all US Federal agencies throughout the world.
GSA's Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD) contract was awarded by and is managed and administered by the GSA's Management Services Center in the Northwest/Arctic region (www.northwest.gsa.gov/fss/msc/default.htm). The Logworld contract provides the federal government and other authorized users with a simplified method to obtain high quality logistics support services on a recurring basis
Government agencies can procure a wide variety of professional logistics services in five primary Special Item Numbers, also known as SINs:
- 874-501 Supply and Value Chain Management Services
- 874-502 Acquisition Logistics
- 874-503 Distribution and Transportation Logistics Services
- 874-504 Deployment Logistics Services
- 874-505 Logistics Training Services
The SIN descriptions that follow contain examples of tasking that may be ordered under the SINs. These are examples only, and are not meant to exclude or limit services performed under this Federal Supply Schedule.
SIN 874-501 SUPPLY AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES
This SIN includes planning, development, management, operation and maintenance of logistics systems. These systems may relate to acquisition support, movement and maintenance of resources (including the material requirements determination and acquisition planning, storage, movement, distribution, maintenance, evacuation and disposition of material and equipment); asset or property visibility and management; and operation and maintenance of the infrastructures that support these activities. Contractors may provide assistance and guidance in support of an agency's assessment of the best combination of channels to create value for its customers. Services may include vendor-managed inventory systems; the operation of private and/or Government-owned warehouses, stockrooms, or other storage facilities; shipping and receiving; staging and storage; packing and crating (excluding household goods); and design, re-engineering, operation and maintenance of distribution and material handling equipment systems.
Task orders may include:
- System assessment and consultation
- Material requirements planning
- Inventory management and operation
- Asset or property visibility and management
- Operation of warehouses, stockrooms or storage facilities
- Fulfillment systems and operations
- Configuration management
- Platform management
- Vendor/acquisition management
- Information processing systems analysis, design, implementation
- Staging, shipping and receiving
- Packing and crating
- Packaging, labeling, bar coding system consultation, design, implementation, operation and maintenance
- Operation and maintenance of distribution and/or material handling equipment
- Design and installation of material handling systems
- System modernization consultation
- Expansion and consolidation studies
- Moving and storage (excluding household goods)
- Consultation on hazardous material storage and handling
- Warehouse and location management systems
- Recycling program management of warehousing materials
- Preservation and protection of specialized inventory or documents
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) support
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO process management
- Property disposal management
- Logistics Strategic Planning services
- Logistics Systems Engineering services
- Global Integrated Supply Chain Solutions - planning and implementation
- Logistics Program Management services and support
- Supply Chain Logistics services, solutions and support
- Logistics Business Process Re-engineering
- Logistics Decision support solutions
- Logistics Performance Measures
SIN 874-502 ACQUISITION LOGISTICS
Services within the logistics management discipline, which support a product or system through its life cycle. Services may include Acquisition Logistics or Integrated Logistics Support associated with the design, development, testing, production, fielding, sustainment, and/or improvement of cost-effective systems including the eventual disposal or salvage of these systems. Contractors may provide logistics expertise in the pre-production or design phases of systems to ensure that the systems can be supported through their life-cycles and that the infrastructure elements necessary for operational support are identified and acquired. These services may continue through the life cycle of the system or product and include guidance, assistance, and/or operational support. (Note: Engineering services may be acquired under the GSA Professional Engineering Services MAS.) The supply chain management elements that are involved in this activity may be acquired under this SIN or in combination with other SINs.
Task orders may include:
- Participation in or consultation with concept development or integrated process teams
- Needs assessments
- Define and establish program objectives, strategies, plans, and schedules
- Develop milestone documentation
- Market research and acquisition planning
- Material requirements identification, planning, acquisition, and management
- Develop specifications or performance-based work statements and task estimates
- Develop, document, and support maintenance procedures and technical manuals
- Configuration and data management with related documentation
- Develop and monitor funding plans
- Support packaging, handling, storage and transportation operations
- Supply chain integration planning
- Inventory or asset management
- Vendor management
- Conduct field problem analysis and recommend corrective action
- Spares modeling
- Disposal, recycling, or salvage management
SIN 874-503 DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS SERVICES
This SIN includes moving and storage, transportation system development and management, carrier management/routing and freight forwarding (excluding household goods and small package services). These services may include planning, design, implementation, and/or operation of systems or facilities for the movement of goods, supplies, equipment, or people by road, air, water, rail, or pipeline. Commercial passenger airline services covered by the Airline City Pair Program are excluded.
Task orders may include:
- Distribution system analysis, development and management
- Location modeling and distribution network analysis
- Fleet planning, operation and maintenance
- Carrier management and routing
- Freight forwarding, consolidation and management
- Tracking system analysis, design, operations and management
SIN 874-504 DEPLOYMENT LOGISTICS SERVICES
This SIN includes contingency planning; inventory and property planning, movement, storage and accountability; and communications and logistics systems to permit rapid deployment and management of supplies and equipment. Contractors may provide expert advice, assistance, guidance or operational support to identify and utilize existing regional or global resources, identify alternative capabilities and plan for effective integration of public and private sector support or resources.
Task orders may include:
- Contingency planning
- Material and property requirements planning, movement, storage and accountability systems
- Asset management and visibility
- Regional and global resource capability identification and integration
- Public and private sector resource management
- Communication and logistics systems design, planning and operation
- Medical and emergency unit storage and inventory management
SIN 874-505 LOGISTICS TRAINING SERVICES
This SIN includes training in system operations and automated tools for supply and value chain management, property and inventory management, distribution and transportation management and maintenance of equipment and facilities supporting these activities.
Raytheon considers effective training programs to be a key part of our technical support services. Raytheon's training capabilities are significant and diverse. Our systems approach to training includes all essential functions from initial preparation of task and skills analyses through the actual training and monitoring of graduates to ensure that they have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills.
Raytheon's training courses are custom designed to fit individual customer needs. Training methods may include everything from traditional stand-up training to the use of the most sophisticated multimedia courseware and training simulators. We have extensive experience in providing total training solutions. The activities undertaken for each program, as appropriate, include:
- Definition of training needs through analysis of required job knowledge and skills versus incoming trainee abilities.
- Design of courses
- Development and production of course materials
- Design, development and production of training devices
- Management of program activities
- Conduct of training courses
- Design and construction of training facilities
SERVICES NOT INCLUDED
- Federal agencies should not use this vehicle for the acquisition of supplies that are not integral to the task and incidental in nature. Services that are not appropriate for purchase under this schedule include, but are not limited to, financial or freight rate audits; engineering services, information technology systems integration, network services, volume purchase of information technology hardware, software development, database planning, marketing/media services, household goods moving and storage, and commercial passenger airline services.
The contractual relationship is between the Government customer and Raytheon. GSA's involvement is limited to the receipt of an industrial funding fee on a quarterly basis.
Agency Ordering Procedures (FAR 8.404
Minimum documentation is encouraged to streamline the procurement process.
Actions Not Required:
- Further Competition Solicitation
- Requirement Synopsis
- Fair and Reasonable Pricing Determination
- Small Business Set-Aside Consideration
Orders Under Micro-Purchase Threshold ($2,500)
- Select "Best Value" Contractor
- Place Order
Orders over $2500
- Best Value determination is made as required by FAR 8.404
- Prepare a Statement of Work
- Send Request For Quote to at least three schedule contractors
- Review the schedule contractor quotes received
- Consider price, plus administrative costs
- Select the contractor who provides you with the "Best Value"
- Place order directly with the contractor
Orders Above Maximum Order Threshold ($1,000,000)
- Consider quotes from additional Schedule Contractors (review GSA Advantage! web site at http://www.gsa.gov)
- Select Apparent "Best Value" Contractors
- Request Price Reductions
- Place Order with "Best Value" Contractor
How Do I Pay?
- Agencies can make payments for oral or written task orders equal to or less than the micro-purchase threshold of $2,500.00 using the Government Purchase Card. Raytheon will also accept the Government Purchase Card for some orders exceeding the micro-purchase threshold.
Blanket Purchase Agreements
- Government agencies are encouraged to establish Blanket Purchase Agreements with a Federal Supply Schedule contractor to fill recurring needs while taking advantage of quality discounts, saving administrative time, and reducing paperwork.
Service Contract Act
- Contracts under this schedule are subject to the Service Contract Act of 1965, and all contractors are required to comply with prevailing wage determinations as issued by the Department of Labor.
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