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11 for $44,028
3 for $518,856
N62467-82-C-0053 (NAS Memphis, TN) (Solicitation issued
23 March 1982) (See Tab C for Plan)
CA Cost Study conversion, which included the functions performed under 3 small business contracts with a total value of approximately $315,000. Functions combined were elevator maintenance, grounds maintenance, and cooling tower water treatment.
Page 4 of 5 ADDITIONAL DATA FOR LARGE BUSINESS CONSOLIDATED CONTRACT AWARDS (CONTINUED)
5a. Total Estimated Value of Subcontract: $1,135,936 Per Year
Small Business - 71.6%
5c. This contract contains a $696,000 set aside for small local
firms to perform sub-contracts in excess of $2,000; $402,971 for material and $36,965 for a pest control sub-contract.
The $696,000 in subcontracts will cover as yet unidentified
The $36,965 will cover the services for pest control at Whiting
Upon identification of the various tasks we will locate and
The designated employee within the employ of the contractor bidder or offeror who will administer the subcontracting program of this proposal is:
See Attachment 2. Attachments 1 and 2 and associated procedures describe the efforts that will be taken to ensure that small business and small disadvantaged business concerns, owned and controlled by the socially and economically disadvantaged, will have an opportunity to compete for any subcontracts that pertain to this proposal. Attachment 3 and associated procedures provide a recitation of the types of records RCA will maintain to demonstrate procedures which have been adopted to comply with the requirements and goals set forth in this plan, including the establishment of source listing of small and economically and socially disadvantaged business concerns, and efforts to identify and award subcontracts to such business concerns as they pertain to this proposal. I, the undersigned, and authorized Agent of RCA Base Support Services, Inc. assure that as prime contractor, RCA will submit such periodic reports and cooperate in any studies or surveys as may be required by the contracting agency or the Small Business Administration in order to determine the extent of compliance by RCA with this plan.
F. J. Hanson
RCA officially created a Minority Business Enterprise Program in 1970. It is managed by the Director of Government Procurement Programs (a Corporate Staff position) who serves as the Corporate Minority and Small Business Liaison Officer.
Each RCA Division and business operating unit has a minority and small business coordinator who administrates the local programs with in the Corporate framework and guidelines (RCA Corporate Policy 22109 and Purchasing Instruction C-12007, and integral part of the Corporate Purchasing Manual.) (Copies Attached)
To further ensure an innovative and productive program, a nine-member RCA Minority Business Advisory Group was created. It is comprised of three Corporate Executives and six Divisional Purchasing Executives who meet three times a year to:
Review and establish policy;
The committee also assigns a business goal to each division and business unit purchasing activity. These goals are monitored (on a monthly basis) at the corporate level to ensure that the established goals and objectives are met.
To further ensure the desired results, RCA is a National Member of the National Minority Purchasing Council. The Minority and Small Business Coordinator is a member of the Regional Minority Purchasing Councils located in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Harrisburg. The RCA Corporate Small and Minority Business Liaison Officer is a member of NMPC's Executive Board and Board of Directors.
RCA's system has consistently produced an increase in the amount of business amually done with Small and Minority Businesses.