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FORECAST OF CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


For the

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rd

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4
th

Quarter
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April

20
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Version
11



By


THE OFFICE OF SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS UTILIZATION (OSDBU)

http://www.hud.gov/smallbusiness




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TABLE OF CONTENTS



SECTION I

Introduction, Message to Small Businesses & OSDBU Mission Statement __________________________
__________

iv

OSDBU Staff & Field Office Small Business Specialists













v


SECTION II

How to Market to HUD __________________________________________________
_________________________ vi
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vii


SECTION III

Forecast Overview ______
____________________________________________________________________________v
iii


SECTION IV

Description of Forecast Categories _______________________________________
_____________________________ ix


SECTION V

Glossary of Terms and Acronyms ______________
____________________________
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xi



SECTION VI

Products and Services



Administrative Support Services















1



Asset Sales















2



Financial Management














3


5



Information Technology















6


9



Legal
















10



Professional, Technical & Logistical Support Services










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16




Program Management














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Other

















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v


SECTION I:
INTRODUCTION, MESSAG
E TO SMALL BUSINESSE
S & MISSIO
N STATEMENT



INTRODUCTION


HUD is the principal federal agency responsible for the improvement and development of America’s housing and communities. HU
D’s programs
include: mortgage insurance to help individuals and families become homeowners; rental sub
sidies to enable low
-
income families to find affordable
housing; development, rehabilitation and modernization of the nation’s Public and Indian Housing stock; development of HUD
-
insured multifamily
housing; enforcement of Federal Fair Housing laws; and th
e development, improvement and revitalization of American’s urban centers and
neighborhoods.


Independent contractors of different business sizes assist the Department in carrying out its various programs and internal o
perations in the
Washington, DC headq
uarters office and field offices. The list of potential contracting opportunities in the followin
g pages is for Fiscal Year 2010

(October 1, 200
9 through September 30, 2010
).



MESSAGE TO SMALL BUSINESSES


HUD is committed to providing maximum practicab
le opportunities in its acquisitions to small business, small disadvantaged business, 8(a), veteran
-
owned small business, service disabled veteran
-
owned small business, HUBZone and woman
-
owned small business concerns. HUD encourages
small and small disadva
ntaged businesses to partner, team or joint venture to maximize their opportunity to receive prime contracts. The Forecast
will assist small and small disadvantaged businesses with the opportunity to obtain prime and subcontracting opportunities.
HUD’s p
rogram offices
provide the information contained in this document.
If you discover errors or encounter problems establishing communication with the points
of contact send an e
-
mail with
FORECAST PROBLEM

in the subject line to
Derek.L.Pruitt
@hud.gov
BRIEFL
Y

stating your problem.



OSDBU MISSION STATEMENT


The OSDBU mission is to ensure that small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, 8(a) firms, women
-
owned small businesses, HUBZone
businesses and veteran
-
owned small businesses are treated fairly and
are provided an opportunity to compete and be selected for a fair amount of
HUD’s direct and indirect contract dollars.







vi


SECTION I: OSDBU STAFF & FIELD OFFICE SMALL BUSINESS SPECIALISTS


OSDBU Staff


Sharman Lancefield
,

Director

Sharman.R.Lancefield@hud.gov


Firms that are interested in doing business with HUD or need assistance in understanding procurement policies and procedures
may contact the
following individuals:



Business Utilization Developme
nt Specialists (HUD Headquarters)

(202) 708
-
1428



Arnette McGill
-
Moore

Arnette.S.McGill@hud.gov

Senior
Business Utilization Development Specialist


Meishoma Hayes

Meishoma.A.Hayes@hud.gov

Busin
ess Uti
lization Development Specialist


Derek Pruitt

Derek.L.Pruitt@hud.gov

Outreach/Conference Coordinator

Business Utilization Development Specialist






Field Office Smal
l Business Specialists


K
ristin Tucker

Kristin.L.Tucker@hud.gov

Atlanta Field Contracting Operations

(
678
)
732
-
2641


Nancy Royce

Nancy.J.Royce@hud.gov

Denver Fiel
d Contracting Operations

(303) 672
-
5281


Shelli Porter

Shelli.J.Porter@hud.gov

Philadelphia Field Contracting Operations

(215) 430
-
6721



Individual mailing addresses are located at:
http://www.hud.gov/small
business.
Hearing or speech impaired individuals may access the telephone
numbers in this document via TTY by calling the toll
-
free Federal Information Relay Service at (800) 877
-
8339.

vii


SECTION II: HOW TO MARKET TO HUD





Know your market niche.
Focus on p
roducts and services that reflect your niche. Concentrate on what you do best.




Provide high quality products and/or services.

HUD is

looking for
established companies with a proven track record

of success in providing
the types of products and services
we need. Be able to demonstrate that you can do the job in a timely, professional and cost
-
effective manner.




Read the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).

The FAR is the primary regulation that all federal government agencies follow when they
purchas
e products and services. Read the Housing and Urban Development Acquisition Regulation (HUDAR), which is HUD’s supplement to

the FAR that contains HUD policies and procedures.





Register your company
in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
database l
ocated at
www.ccr.gov
. All current and potential
government vendors are required to register in this database in order to be eligible for contract awards and payments. HUD c
ontracting officers
and program office staff
conduct market research and verify a company’s SBA certifications
through this database.




Apply to get on a General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule
through

GSA’s Schedules Program, which is used by federal agencies to
procure products and services.

These schedules are a popular procurement method in federal contracting. For more information, go to
www.gsa.gov
.




Research eligibility for Small Business Administration (SBA) certifications.
The SBA offers the follow
ing certifications: SBA Certified
Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), SBA Certified 8(a) Program Participant and SBA Certified HUBZone Firm. Apply for certifi
cations if
you are eligible. Once certified, your company becomes eligible for restricted compet
ition contracts, non
-
competitive contracts and/or price
preferences. For more information go to
www.sba.gov
.




Prepare a one
-
page capability statement

that identifies your company’s certifications, overview and experienc
e as it relates to a specific or
general opportunity being sought. Use the one
-
page statement as a way to introduce your company to HUD. E
-
mail it to the Forecast point of
contact when inquiring about a contracting opportunity in the Forecast and request

an appointment. A sample is located at
www.hud.gov/offices/osdbu/marketing.cfm
.




Prepare a comprehensive capability statement

that
provides a complete overview of your company.

P
resent this

statement at marketing visits
with HUD program office and OSDBU staff. A sample is located at
www.hud.gov/offices/osdbu/marketing.cfm
.




Conduct research.

Visit
www.hud.gov

to research HUD and visit
www.hud.gov/funds/index.cfm

to research the program offices in which you
have an interest to understand the Department’s and program office’s mission, objectiv
es and procurement needs. Also visit
the Office of Small
and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) website at
www.hud.gov/smallbusiness

and review marketing publications. You will also
find informati
on on how to contact the OSDBU staff, outreach events and small business policies.



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SECTION II: HOW TO MARKET TO HUD





Find prime contracting opportunities
at www.FedBizOpps.gov, which is the on
-
line site where federal government agencies post procurement
opportunities over $25,000. Also, visit HUD’s Contracting homepage,
www.hud.gov/offices/cpo/index.cfm
, which lists
all competitive
procurements (excluding GSA Schedule buys) expected to exceed $25,
000, for which HUD is currently soliciting bids or proposals. Review the
Forecast of Contracting Opportunities (Forecast) located at
www.hud.gov/offices/osdbu/4cast.cfm

to learn about
proposed co
ntracting
opportunities; use the information to market your firm to HUD
.
Find subcontracting opportunities
on HUD’s Contracting homepage, which
lists
HUD's prime contractors that may have subcontracting opportunities. Also, visit the SBA’s SUB
-
Net at
http://web.sba.gov/subnet

for
government
-
wide listings of subcontracting opportunities.




Arrange appointments

with the OSDBU to introduce your company and its capabilities. Also, set up marketing visits with the pro
gram office
staff to discuss contracting opportunities for which you are qualified. Use your limited time with them to present your mult
i
-
page capability
statement, certifications and GSA schedules. Elaborate on previous related experience, especially fe
deral government experience.




Participate in HUD small business events.

HUD sponsors several small business fairs during the year where you can market your firm to
program office staff and HUD’s prime contractors. These events also provide the opportunit
y to network with other businesses for potential
teaming and subcontracting arrangements. HUD also participates in procurement conferences, expos and networking events acros
s the country.
For more information, go to
www.hud.gov/smallbusiness

and click on the Outreach Events link.


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SECTION III: FORECAST OVERVIEW



The Forecast includes proposed contracting opportunities from both HUD Headquarters and field offices. The Forecast is updat
ed on a weekly basis
,
with a new Forecast released every Monday, with the exception of holidays. All HUD competitive procurements (excluding GSA S
chedule buys)
expected to exceed $25,000, for which HUD is currently soliciting bids or proposals, are listed on the Office of th
e Chief Procurement Officer’s
home page at:
http://www.hud.gov/offices/cpo/index.cfm
. Also, HUD and other federal agencies list contracting opportunities on the Federal
Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website at
http://www.fedbizopps.gov/
. Vendors ma
y subscribe to this website, free of charge, to receive
notifications of daily contracting postings from federal agencies.


HUD contracting opportunities are procured by the following four principal contracting offices: (1) Office of the Chief Procu
remen
t Officer (OCPO)
at HUD Headquarters in Washington, DC; and the three field contracting operations (FCO) offices located in (2) Philadelphia,
PA; (3) Atlanta, GA;
and (4) Denver, CO. The OCPO in Washington, DC contracts for services (e.g., technical assis
tance, research and other professional/technical
services) and supplies to support HUD program offices and the mission and operations of the Department in general (e.g., info
rmation technology,
building maintenance, business process re
-
engineering). The F
CO offices contract primarily for services to support the field program operations of
the Department’s Office of Housing and its four Homeownership Centers (Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, and Santa Ana). Each F
CO office has
branches, some of which are loc
ated in other cities within their jurisdictions. Contracting opportunities for the Department vary by location and by
year based on program needs. The absence of a specific contracting need for a particular area in this forecast does not mean
that the nee
d will not
arise later in the year or in future years.


The Forecast includes various services and acquisition strategies such as simplified acquisitions (contracts valued between $
25,000 and

$100,
000), full and open competitions (contracts valued over $1
00,000) and limited competitions against the General Services Administration
Federal Supply Schedules in various forms of acquisitions strategies ranging from “open to all business sizes” to “all source
s other than large.” The
Department also encourages 8
(a) firms that have dual sta
tus (i.e. an
8(a) firm certified as a HUBZone and/or is a woman
-
owned or veteran
-
owned
firm) to compete for HUD contracting opportunities.









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SECTION IV: DESCRIPTION OF FORECAST CATEGORIES


The following provides a descript
ion of the categories listed in the Forecast:


Plan Number & Product/Service
: This category provides the tracking number and the title of the planned contract. Vendors should reference the
plan number when requesting information on a planned contract.


C
ontract Description:
A brief narrative of the purpose and need for the service or product; and in some instances, the responsibilities expected of

the selected contractor.


GSA Schedule or NAICS:
HUD procures many of its services and products through the
U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

Federal
Supply Schedules. The Forecast, in some instances, will provide the Schedule Name, Schedule Number and Special Item Number (
SIN). For a full
listing and definition of the various schedules, visit the GSA

website at
: http://www.gsa.gov
. For requirements that are not GSA Schedule buys,
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes are provided to assist businesses in determining their size stand
ard (small or large)
for their industry. The Sm
all Business Administration (SBA) has pre
-
determined the size standards for various industries. A full listing of the
NAICS codes may be found at the SBA’s website:
http://www.sba.gov/size/indextableofsize.html.
NAICS code definitions are located at
http
://www.census.gov

at the NAICS link.
Where a GSA Schedule Number is listed with a NAICS Code, the GSA Schedule Number takes
precedence.


Fiscal Year Quarter:
This is the quarter of the federal fiscal year (October 1 through September 30) in which the proc
urement process is scheduled
to begin for each planned contract. For example, a planned contract showing
the “3
rd


quarter, the procurement process will begin during the April 1
through June 30, 200
9

timeframe.


Estimated Contract Value & Contract Length
:

Each planned contract lists an estimated budget and an estimated period of performance that has
been determined sufficient to perform the service. The performance period always includes the proposed base year(s), and in
some instances the
option period;
an option period is one year unless otherwise stated. A determination of option periods, however, may not have been complete
d prior
to the release of the Forecast. A Request for Quotes (RFQ) or a Request for Proposal (RFP) that is issued in relation to a
ny planned contract will
include the final determined performance period.


Program Office & Point of Contact
: The program office (e.g. Administration, Chief Financial Officer) is the area within HUD procuring the
product or service.
Businesses that are i
nterested in a planned contract should contact the listed point of contact via e
-
mail or telephone and
request a meeting to market their firm’s capabilities for a particular requirement.


Acquisition Strategy:
The acquisition
strategy (
e.g. small business

set
-
aside, 8(a) sole source, full and open, small business sources) is provided for
each planned contract to allow for easier marketing for both business and program management. For example, “Full and Open” m
eans that all
businesses, regardless of size,
are offered the opportunity to submit a proposal or bid.


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SECTION V: GLOSSARY OF TERMS & ACRONYMS


Acquisition Terminology




Full and Open:
All firms, regardless of business size, are permitted to submit a bid or proposal. The solicitation does not contai
n any small
business set
-
asides.




Small Business Set
-
Aside:
Only firms that are small businesses are permitted to submit a proposal or bid. A small business set
-
aside is the
reserving of an acquisition exclusively for participation by small business conc
erns. A small business set
-
aside is open to all small businesses.
Set
-
asides also exist for 8(a) firms, HUBZones and Service
-
Disabled Veteran
-
Owned Small Businesses.




8(a) Sole Source

/ 8(a) Direct
:

The award will be made to a single 8(a) vendor witho
ut competition. In an 8(a) Set
-
Aside, it is the intent of the
Government to award the resulting contract to a firm that is certified to be an 8(a) small disadvantaged business. The SBA d
efines an 8(a) as: “A
firm owned and operated by socially and econom
ically disadvantaged individuals and eligible to receive federal contracts under the Small
Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program.” Sole source awards also exist for HUBZones and Service
-
Disabled Veteran
-
Owned Small Businesses.




Ope
n to All Business Sizes:
In the Forecast, this term is associated with the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules,
which are multiple award schedules under the GSA Schedules Program. These are long
-
term government
-
wide contracts wi
th commercial firms.
A complete listing of the schedules may be found at:
http://www.gsa.gov
. Large and small firms, which are on the listed schedule, are
encouraged to market their services for planned contracts targeted to be “open to all business size
s.” The planned contract will be processed
under the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer’s “accelerated contracting procedures” whereby firms are selected from the
specific schedule
listed in the Forecast. At least three firms, which may include, one

woman
-
owned, one small, and/or one 8(a) firm, along with other than small
businesses will be selected to compete for the planned contract.




Sources Sought:

Sources Sought is a market research methodology that is conducted by the Office of the Chief Procu
rement Officer on behalf
of a program office. The purpose is to announce that the Department is seeking qualified businesses, both large and small, u
nless otherwise
stated, through Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps). This is a formal contracting

procedure that stipulates specific submission
requirements and deadline dates that must be met.


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SECTION V: GLOSSARY OF TERMS & ACRONYMS

Forecast “Status” Terminology


New:

After Version 1, “new” indicates additional planned contracts listed in the curren
t Forecast.


Action Closed
-
Pending Award:

The planned contract is no longer available for marketing by classified firms. Although, the status of the planned
contract may be identified as “action closed
-
pending award,” there may be subcontracting opportu
nities available. Businesses are encouraged to
notify either the program office contact person or the Contracting Officer during the marketing stages or early in the procur
ement process (before
submission of request for quote or request for proposal) that

they are interested in subcontracting opportunities for a specific requirement.


Action Awarded:
The procurement process has been completed and the planned contract has been awarded.


Small Business Terminology


Small Business

-

A business that is indepen
dently owned and operated and which is not dominant in its field of operation and in conformity with
specific industry criteria defined by the Small Business Administration (SBA).


Depending on the industry, size standard eligibility is based on the
averag
e number of employees for the preceding twelve months or on sales volume averaged over a three
-
year period.


Small Disadvantaged Business

-

A small business that is at least 51% owned and controlled by a socially and economically disadvantaged
individual o
r individuals. This can include a publicly owned business that has at least 51 % of its stock unconditionally owned by one o
r more
socially and economically disadvantaged individuals; and one or more such individuals control the management and business op
erations. The SBA
must certify small businesses that want to claim small disadvantaged business status.


8(a) Firm

-

A firm participating in the SBA’s business development program created to help eligible small disadvantaged businesses become

independentl
y competitive in the federal procurement market. A firm must be 51% owned and controlled by a socially and economically
disadvantaged individual or individuals to be eligible for the 8(a) program. The SBA must certify small businesses that want

to claim
8(a) status.


Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone)

-

A small businesses with 35% of its staff living in a HUBZone. The company must also
maintain a "principal office" in one of these specially designated areas. A principal office can be d
ifferent from a company’s headquarters. The SBA
must certify small businesses that want to claim HUBZone status.


Service Disabled Veteran
-
Owned Small Business

-

A small business that is at least 51% owned by one or more service
-
disabled veterans. Servic
e
-
disabled veteran means a veteran with a disability that is service
-
connected; the disability was incurred in the line of duty while serving in the U.S.
active military, naval or air service.


Joint Venture

-

In the SBA Mentor
-
Protégé Program, an agreemen
t between a certified 8(a) firm and a mentor firm to joint venture as a small
business for a government contract.
The agreement must be in writing; and include an assessment of the Protégé’s needs, together with a description
of the specific assistance th
at the Mentor will provide to address those needs. The agreement must also provide for the termination of the agreement
with 30 days advance notice to the other party and to the SBA. Additionally, the agreement should state that it is for at le
ast one yea
r.


Version 11
-

Released April 20, 2010










1

*The planned acquisition strategy is subject to change in furtherance of HUD's socioeconomic goals. If the planned strategy
changes, the
Forecast of Contracting
Opportunities

will be updated to reflect the change in strategy.




ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
AJA
-
0007

Consolidate
d Facilities Management Services

561210

2nd


$10
M

-

$20M


1 Year plus 4
options

Office of Administration

OBAS

Elisa Scott

(202) 402
-
7128

Elisa.B.Scott@hud.gov

Full and Open

A
-
2010
-
AJA
-
0005

Shuttle Bus Services

485999

4th

$
100K

-

$
6
00K


1 Year plus 4
options

Office of Administration

OBAS

Elisa Scott

(202) 402
-
7128

Elisa.B.Scott@hud.gov

8(a
)

Commercial Item

A
-
2010
-
AR
-
0
002

Workmen’s Compensation Services

541612

3rd

$10
0K
-

$1.5M


1 Year plus 4
options

Office of Administration

OBAS

Elisa Scott

(202) 402
-
7128

Elisa.B.Scott@hud.gov

Small Business
Set
-
Aside




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2

*The planned acquisition strategy is subject to change in furtherance of HUD's socioeconomic goals. If the planned strategy
changes, the
Forecast of Contracting
Opportunities

will be updated to reflect the change in strategy.





ASSET SALES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0247


Asset Sales
Program

The contractor shall provide Program Financial Advisor
services for the Office of

Asset Sales

531390

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of Housing

Office of Asset Sales

John Lucey

(202) 402
-
3927

John.W. Lucey@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0250


Asset Sales
Program


The contr
actor shall provide Transaction Specialist services
for the Office of Asset Sales

531390

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of Housing

Office of Asset Sales

John Lucey

(202) 402
-
3927

John.W. Lucey@hud.
gov


8(a) Sole Source




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*The planned acquisition strategy is subject to change in furtherance of HUD's socioeconomic goals. If the planned strategy
changes, the
Forecast of Contracting
Opportunities

will be updated to reflect the change in strategy.





FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


A
-
2010
-
AY
-
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Leroy McKinney

202
-
402
-
5564

Leroy.McKinneyJr@hud.gov


8(a) Sole
S
ource


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TK
-
0003


Securitized
Transaction
Financial Advisor


Contractor to provide highly complex, securitized m
ortgage,
mortgage derivative, and mortgage related product expertise.

523999

4th

Over $20M


1 Year plus

4 options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(Ginnie Mae)

Kirk Freeman

(202)

401
-
8970

Kirk.freeman@hud.
gov

Full and Open

A
-
2010
-
TF
-
0003


General Ledger
Financial Services

Contractor to provide financial support services for Ginnie
Mae’s internal management and accounting operations.

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(Ginnie Mae)

Michael Najjum

(202) 401
-
2064

Michael.J.Najjum@hud.gov

Open to All
Business Sizes


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TF
-
0007


Report to

Congress


Contractor to provide assistance to Gi
nnie Mae’s Office of
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Government National Mortgage
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Michael Najjum

(202) 401
-
2064

Michael.J.Najjum@hud.gov

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Version 11
-

Released April 20, 2010










4

*The planned acquisition strategy is subject to change in furtherance of HUD's socioeconomic goals. If the planned strategy
changes, the
Forecast of Contracting
Opportunities

will be updated to reflect the change in strategy.




FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0008


System Security

Contractor to provide audit/assessment of new/existing
contracts in compli
ance with NIST and A
-
130 and applicable
Federal Security Laws.

541519

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus

1 Option


Government National Mortgage
Association

(Ginnie Mae)

Deborah Holmes

(202) 708
-
3205

Deborah.V.Holmes@h
ud.gov


8(a)

Sole Source

(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TS
-
0005


Multi
-
Family
Master
Subservicer


To provide multi
-
family loan servicing functions as well as
servicing existing portfolios, and in the event Ginnie Mae has
to default any of its issuers, the Contractor
will be required to
provide default services.


Request for Information (Sources Sought) notice posted on
FedBizzOpps Dec. 30, 2009. Responses due January 29, 2010


52399

4th

$5M
-

$10M


3 Years plus

2 Options


Government National Mortgage
Association

(Ginn
ie Mae)

Stephen Ledbetter

(202) 708
-
4141

Stephen.L.Ledbetter@hud.gov


Full and Open




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IN
F
ORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2009
-
AY
-
0217


Business Process
Reengineering/Im
provement


The contractor shall produce documentation for a Business
Process Reengineering (BPR) and Busine
ss Process
Improvement (BPI) analysis of the Housing Choice Voucher
Program. In addition, detailed system requirements
definition will also be provided for each HCV business
segment.


GSA Schedule
54151

4th


$10M
-

$20M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of
Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Juan C. Garcia

(202) 402
-
7141

Juan.C.Garcia@hud.gov

Open to All
Business Sizes

A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0057

This contract will provide technical and functional services in
support of HUD’s IT
capital planning practice and project
management related to support and enhancement of the
Information Technology Investment Management (ITIM)
process.

541611

2nd

$5M
-

$10M


1 year with 4
options

Office of the Chief Information Officer

Information Technol
ogy and Investment
Management (ITIM)

A.V.McCoy

(202) 402
-
8355

A.V.McCoy@hud.gov


8(a) Set
-
Aside



A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0160


System
Operations,
Maintenance and
Development
Support

The contractor shall provide operational supp
ort and
corrective/adaptive maintenance for the
Computerized Homes
Underwriting Management System (CHUMS/F17)
,

FHA
Connection (FHACF17C), Housing Counseling System
(HCS/F11)

GSA Schedule


70

4
th

$2M
-

$40M


1 Year plus 4
Options

Office of Single Family Ho
using

William Fuentevilla

(202) 402
-
2344

William.F.Fuentevilla@hud.gov



Open to All
Business Sizes


R
-
2010
-
AY
-
00252


The contractor shall provide on
-
going maintenance and
development for several IT Sys
tems within OGC/DEC.
These systems provide case and referrals handling, tracking,
management, reporting, work products and development
functionalities to the OGC/DEC users nationwide.

541511

3rd

$8M


1 Base Year plus
4 Options

Office of the General Counci
l

Patrina Munson

202
-
402
-
3583

Patrina.R.Munson@hud.gov


8(a) Limited
Competition



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IN
F
ORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0158

The Contractor t
o provide on
-
going maintenance to include
the help desk, training support and development for
F
MS2/CTS/PAL.

541511

3rd


$8M
-

$10M


1 Base Year plus
4 Options


Office of the Chief Information Officer

Administrative Services Division

Edie Pembleton

202
-
402
-
6269

Edith.M.Pembleton@hud.gov


8 (a) Sole Sou
rce


A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0099


System
Operations,
Maintenance and
Development
Support

The contractor shall provide operations, corrective/adaptive
maintenance, and development support for the Tenant Rental
Assistance Certification System (TRACS)

GSA Schedule

70

4t
h

$10M
-

$20M

Office of the Chief Information Officer

Office of Systems Integration and
Efficiency (OSIE)


Jacqueline S. Miller


(202 402
-
6085

Jacqueline.S.Miller@hud.gov


Open to All
Busines
s Sizes


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0007


Information
Advisory
Technology
Support Services


Contractor will provide services to implement an Earn Value
Management (EVM). The EVA will develop and evaluate
contractor development cost and write and produce busine
ss
and system requirements documentation.

541519

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus

2 Options


Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Deborah Holmes

(
202) 708
-
3205

Deborah.V.Holmes@hud.gov


8(a)

Sole S
ource

A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0011


Website Design
Support

Contractor will provide the necessary support to conduct and
implement improvements to Ginnie Mae’s new branding and
site design, develop content and improve content
management system.

GSA

Schedule

541

4
th

$1M

-

$5M


1Year plus

2 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Terry Carr

(202) 708
-
0926

Terry.M.Carr@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes



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F
ORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy



(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0006


Technical
Advisory
Info
rmation
Technology
Services


Contractor provides Ginnie Mae to achieve both tactical and
strategic business objectives.

541519

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus

2 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Deborah Holmes

(202) 708
-
3205

Deborah.V.Holmes@hud.gov


8(a)

Sole Source

A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0100


DCG
Development


The Development Coordination Group (DCG) of the Public
and Indian Housing (PIH) works with all PIH system
development teams to provide supp
ort in the development,
testing, production environments, and release management..
Areas of development include JAVA, Configuration
Management, Release Management, Software Quality
Assurance, System Management/Technical Architecture,
Database Administratio
n/Data Warehouse, Design Review
Documentation, and Batch Processing.



ACTION POSTPONED UNTIL FY

2011


A
-
2010
-
AY
-
0190


iNtegrated
Assessment
Subsystem
(
NASS
).

NASS is responsible for the compilation, review, and
production of the composite Public Housing
Assessment
System (PHAS) score to Public Housing Agencies (PHAs).
The contractor will be required to perform Enhancements to
NASS subsystem to accommodate additional Section 8
Housing Requirements; and 6) Convert correspondence from
Cold Fusion to JAVA.

G
SA 8(a) STARS

2nd

$3M
-

$8M


12 Month Base
with 2, 12
-
Month
Option Years


Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Jerald E. Armstrong

202
-
475
-
8742

Jerald.E.Armstrong@hud.gov



GSA 8(a)
STARS



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F
ORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
AY
-
01
17


PIH Financial
Assessment
Subsystem


Public Housing
(FASS
-
PH)

FASS
-
PH's mission is to identify and assess the risk of loss
from financial insolvency or potential fraud, waste, and
abuse. F
ASS
-
PH system will implement Asset Management
Project (AMP) Pil
ot/UAT conversion to JAVA.

FASS
-
PH
will incorporate functionality to collect audited data, and
provide all of the correspondence needed to support this
functionality. Tasks also include development of the
functionality to accept online line
-
item data int
o the online
system for all PHAs into the FASS
-
PH system.


GSA 8(a) STARS

3rd

$2M
-

$8M


12 Month Base
with 2, 12
-
Month
Option Years

Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Jerald E. Armstrong

202
-
475
-
8742

Jerald.E.Armstrong@hud.gov



GSA 8(a)
STARS






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LEGAL SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strat
egy

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0251


Legal Services

The contractor shall provide Legal Support Service for the
Office of Asset Sales

541199

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of Housing

Office of Asset Sales

John Lucey

(202) 402
-
3927

John.W.Lucey@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source




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PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Prog
ram Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy



(NEW)


A
-
2010
-
PI
-
0012


Physical Needs
Assessment






The contractor/s shall participate in the pilot testing of the
Physical Needs Assessment Tool developed by the HUD
contractor. The PNA Pilot Test
will serve to verify, review
the usefulness, efficiency, effectiveness and ease of the PNA
Tool.





541350/

926150






4th




$150K
-

600K


12 months






Office of Public and Indian Housing

(PIH)



Amelia McCormick

202
-

402
-
7127

Amelia.E.McCormick@HUD.gov






Multiple

8(a) Direct
Awards


RFP # R
-
NYC
-
00936


RFP Issued
March 18, 2010
Proposals Due:


May 4, 2010


This is an Indefinite Quantity Contract directed toward the
conduct of resea
rch on discrimination in the U.S. in the
housing rental and sales markets.

HUD intends to measure
discrimination against African
-
Americans, Asian
-
Americans,
Hispanics, gays and lesbians, persons with disabilities, and
families with certain sources of incom
e, and families with
children in both the rental and the mortgage markets. Task
Orders for other studies related to fair housing may also be
ordered under any resultant indefinite quantity (IQC)
contract(s).

541990

4th

$100K
-

$27M


5 Years

Office of Pol
icy Development &
Research

Program Evaluation Division

Judson James

202
-
402
-
5707

Judson.L.James@hud.gov


Full and Open
Competition



(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
F
-
0002

Security Compliance Reviews in accordance with
NIST/O
MB guidelines

GSA Schedule 70

SIN 132
-
51

4th

$400K
-

$2
M



1 year plus 4
options

Office of the Assistant Chief Financial
Officer for Systems

Simin D. Narins

202
-
402
-
3719

Simin.D.Narins@hud.gov



Open to All
Bus
iness Sizes
(
Limited
Comp
e
tition
--

Accelerated
contracting
procedures)




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PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Prog
ram Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
R
-
0039


Research and
Technology


Homelessness Prevention Among U.S. Veterans:

This procurement will meet a Congressional mandate to
evaluate a HUD demonstration program desig
nated to prevent
homelessness among the Nation’s veterans. The study among
other concerns, will access the effectiveness of various
approaches to identifying and preventing homelessness
among low
-
income veterans.

541720

2nd

$750K


30 Months

Office of Poli
cy Development &
Research

Program

Evaluation Division

Paul Dornan

202
-
402
-
4486

Paul.Dornan@hud.gov


Full and Open
Competition

A
-
2010
-
R
-
0012


Research and
Technology

Research Cadre:

Research design, data collectio
n, analysis
and report writing to produce papers on aspects of residents
of assisted housing.

GSA MOBIS
Schedule

874

1st


$1.5M


5 Years

Office of Policy Development &
Research

Program Monitoring and Research
Division

Barbara Haley

202
-
402
-
5708

Barbara.A.Haley@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes
(Procured Via
GSA Schedule)


A
-
2010
-
R
-
0022

Subscription Service to Purchase Housing Market Data:

Manage subscription services of up to 100 reports sent to
HUD Field E
conomists. The subscription service will handle
the administrative tasks involved with new subscriptions,
renewals, additional copies, late renewals, back issues, and
special orders.

GSA

Media Schedule 71


2nd


$873K


4 Years

Office of Policy Development
&
Research

Office of Economic Affairs

LaShawn Peasant

202
-
402
-
6127

LaShawn.J.Peasant@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes
(Procured Via
GSA Schedule)



A
-
2010
-
EGP
-
0015


Management
Studies and
Analysis


Recur
ring: The contractor shall provide contract research
analysis and technical statistical support for fair lending
review of Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data and
specific lender investigations.

541611

2nd

$200K


1 Year

Fair Housing and Equal Opportu
nity

Joel Armstrong

202
-
708
-
3990

Joel.D.Armstrong@hud.gov


Full & Open



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PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Prog
ram Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


A
-
2010
-
EGP
-
0022


Management
Studies and
Analysis


Recurring: The contractor shall provide services associated
with data analysis to de
tect mortgage abuse schemes.
Information would also be used to develop Secretary initiated
investigations by the Department.

54161
1

2nd

$400K


1 Year

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

Joel Armstrong

202
-
708
-
3990

Joel.D.Armstrong@hud.gov


Full & Open


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TK
-
0002


Global Investor
and Markets
Opportunities


Contractor to provide deeper insight into strategic issues
facing Ginnie Mae’s non
-
traditional global investor business
development initiati
ve and gain valuable competitive
information.

GSA

Schedule

FABS 520

4th


$10M
-

$20M


3 Years



Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Kirk Freeman

(202)

401
-
8970

Kirk.freeman@hud.gov


Open to A
ll
Business Sizes


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0004


Logistical
Conference
Support


Contractor to provide logistical conference support services
and develop and coordinate all electronic presentations or
conferences and/or outreach activities, including internet
-
based displays.

GSA

Schedule

541

4th

$1M
-

$5M


3 Year plus

2 options


Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Terry Carr

(202) 708
-
0926

Terry.M.Carr@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes

A
-
2010
-
TS
-
0013


Financial Advisor

Contractor to provide support for new programs, program
improvements, and market analysis.

GSA

Schedule

FABS 520

4
th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus

4 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Stephen Ledbetter

(202)
708
-
4141

Stephen.L.Ledbetter@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes



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PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Prog
ram Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

(UPDATED)


A
-
2008
-
TF
-
0012


CARS 16


Contractor to assess whether
Ginnie

Mae contractors
complied with the requirements of their contract.


Note: BPA notification issued 1/12/10. Contact Contracting
Officer, Dana Long (202)
-
402
-
2442,
dana.y.long@hud.gov


GSA

Schedule

520

3rd

$1M
-

$5M


5 Years

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

M
ichael Najjum

(202) 401
-
2064

Michael.J.Najjum@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes

(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
PB
-
0018


New IDIQ
Competition for

DHAP Project
and Case
Management

The contractor shall provide overall te
chnical assistance to
the Disaster Housing Assistance Program (DHAP) grantees
and provide systems support to implement and report services
under the program. The contractor will serve as the program
administrator of the Disaster Housing Assistance Program

(DHAP) Program. The contractor will manage the project
plan, day
-
to
-
day program activities, and provide support
services on HUD’s behalf. The contractor shall also provide
case management technical assistance to the grantees and
implement and report cas
e management services including
provision of a web
-
based case management tracking system.
Service will be provided in various locations throughout the
country on an as needed basis. Contractor must have the
capacity to deploy staff to respond to multipl
e disasters in
multiple locations nation
-
wide.

541611

3rd

$10K
-

$8M


12
-
Month Base
with

4
, 12
-
Month
Options


Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Anna R. Lloyd

202
-
402
-
7426

Anna.R.Lloyd@hud.gov


Full & Open

Competition


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
PB
-
0025


New IDIQ
Competition for
Public Housing
and Voucher
Programs.


The Office of Public Housing Voucher Program (OHVP) is in
need of a contractor able of providing a broad range of
services to support their programmati
c activities. This
includes support for services to provide on
-
site technical
assistance, development and delivery of training, professional
technical writing services, management analysis, research,
assessments, evaluations, establish call centers, and a
sset
management technical assistance,

541611

3rd

$10K

-

$50M


12
-
month base
with four (4), 12
month options


Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Anna R. Lloyd

202
-
402
-
7426

Anna.R.Lloyd@hud.gov


Full & Open
Competition



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PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Prog
ram Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy



A
-
2009
-
PB
-
0017


American
Recovery &
Reinvestment Act
(ARRA)
-

Quality
Assurance
Monitoring


The contractor shall provide quality assurance monitoring to
the 100 largest Public Housing Authorities in the country.

GSA


Schedule

FABS


520.7

2nd

$500K
-
$1M


12 Month Base
with 2, 6
-
Month
Options

Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Anna R. Lloyd

202
-
402
-
7426

Anna.R.Lloyd@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
ACC
-
0045


Operating Fund

Data Analysis.


Provide data analysis on the Operating Fund Program,
including data to support Project Expense Levels. This
includes research, data analysis, and analysis of fund
obligation.

541611

3rd

$500K
-
$1M


12 Month Base
and 2, 6
-
Month
Options

Offi
ce of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Anna R. Lloyd

202
-
402
-
7426

Anna.R.Lloyd@hud.gov


8(a) Direct
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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
P
-
0033


CCMI Training


The contractor will be required to provide cost efficient
training options for CCMI training, develop a

curriculum and
training materials to support the rollout of the review
protocols, checklists and reports, develop a monitoring
guidebook covering all CCMI modules and training support.

61143

2nd


$1M
-

$5M


12 Month Base
with 4
, 12
-
Month
Options

Office of

Public and Indian Housing

Anthony Soriano

202 402
-
4630

Anthony.L.Soriano@hud.gov


8(a) Competitive

A
-
2009
-
P
-
0131


PASS Physical
Inspection
Training

The contractor will perform research, analysis and testing
of
various approaches to be used for a quality, efficient and
effective HUD Physical Inspection Certification program.
The contractor will assess the relative performance and
completeness of current course work and will also provide
requirements analysis,

design, input, and testing support of
enhancements to course administration and conduct. The
contractor shall provide ways and means of offering training
that is cost effective and innovative in an effort to reach as
many participants as possible.

ACTION

CLOSED


AWARDED 2/4/2010

(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
FA
-
0009


REAP Studies
-

Contractor will measure work and produce
studies for estimating FTE’s for select REAP Studies.


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␱〰A
-

␵〰A


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Office of the Assistant Chief Financial
Officer for Budg
et

Garland Reid

202
-
402
-
6822

garland.j.reid@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source



A
-
2010
-
FA
-
0012

A
-
127 Reviews
-
Systems Compliance Reviews in accordance
with the requirement of the Office of Management and
Budget (OMB)
Circular A
-
127.


520
-
13

3rd

$500K
-

$1M



Office of the Assistant Chief Financial
Officer for Financial Management

Wynee Watts
-
Mitchell

202
-
402
-
3893

wynee.watts
-
mitchell@hud.gov


Full & Open



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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


A
-
2010
-
EGP
-
0002


Program Support


Recurring: The contractor shall provide on
-
line auto news,
data and other information services to support the
investigation and research of Title VII cases.

541199

1st

$26K


1 Year


Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity


Linda Thompson

(202) 708
-
3990

linda.j.thompson@hud.gov


Full & Open

A
-
2010
-
EGP
-
0013


Program Support


Recurring: The contractor shall provide up
-
to
-
date
publications on Fair Lending info
rmation, such as current
Federal ruling on Federal and State statutes and complete text
of many unpublished decisions of the federal courts not
available in other services.


541990

2nd


$43K


1 Year

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

Linda Thompson

(202) 7
08
-
3990

Linda.J.Thompson@hud.gov


Full & Open

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0034


Program Support

The contractor will perform five main tasks:

1) oversight of approving trainers to instruct potential
installation contractors a
nd maintaining a list of those
instructors

2) method of testing installation contractors from an internet
web either site or various testing locations such as the
instructor’s facility

3) present a license number for tracking purposes to qualified
instal
lers and assure continuing education credits are kept up
-
to
-
date for each three
-
year license renewal period

4) in those states that decide not to implement their own
installation programs so that the Department will have
responsibility to inspect installa
tions, the contractor will
assure that all homes have been inspected

5) Responsible for administering a web
-
based electronic
storage and tracking system, accessible at various levels to
various users including manufacturers, retailers and
installation cont
ractor.

GSA

MOBIS 874
-
2

4th

$5M
-

$10M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of Housing

Office of Manufactured Housing
Programs

Liz Cocke

(202) 402
-
4233

Elizabeth.A.Cocke@hud.gov

Open to all
Business Sizes



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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0038


Program Support

The contract shall track and administer the timely resolution
of disputes among manufacturers, retailers, and installers of
manufactured homes regarding responsibility for the
correction or repair of defects in manufactured homes,
and to
assist the Department in the issuance of appropriate orders for
the correction or repairs of defects in manufactured homes,
that are reported within the first year after installation

GSA

MOBIS 874
-
2

4th

$5M
-

$10M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of H
ousing

Office of Manufactured Housing
Programs

Liz Cocke

(202) 402
-
4233

Elizabeth.A.Cocke@hud.gov


Open to all
Business Sizes

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0239


Program Support

The contractor shall provide assistance to promo
te its
products and programs through a variety of media
opportunities to include at a minimum, space advertisements
in newspapers (community and metro dailies);
consumer
magazines
; selected trade publications; radio; direct mail
campaigns; web advertising
(including Web 2.0 outreach)
and other media opportunities, as the market warrants, that
offer increased public awareness of FHA products and
programs to consumers and industry

541890

4th

$
1M
-

$5M


1 Year


Office of Housing

Office of Communications and
Ma
rketing

Diane Williams

(202) 402
-
2372

Diane.G.Williams@hud.gov

8(a) Sole Source


A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0240


Program Support

The contractor shall provide assistance to advertise HUD’s
Real Estate Owned (REO) inventory t
hrough a variety of
media avenues to include, at a minimum, radio, and other
marketing and outreach and media opportunities that offer
awareness of HUD REO Homes

541890

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year


Office of Housing

Office of Communications and
Marketing

Diane W
illiams

(202) 402
-
2372

Diane.G.Williams@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0237


Program Support

The contractor shall provide support and be experts in the
training of account liaisons in FHA product

561990

4th

$25
-

$100K


1 Year


Office of Housing

Office of Communications and
Marketing

Diane Williams

(202) 402
-
2372

Diane.G.Williams@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source



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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0274


Program Support

The contractor shal
l provide for Project Management Support
Services

541990

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year


Office of Housing

Office of Single Family Housing

Stacey Shindelar

(202) 402
-
2569

Stacey.L.Shindelar@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source



A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0005


Document
Management
Support


Contractor to provide the vital component of the FCD I & II
Continuity of Operation Programs, required of all Federal
Agencies to provide document management support, the
GEPEA act of 1998

GSA

Schedule

541

4
th


$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus

2 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(Ginnie Mae)

Deborah Holmes

(202) 708
-
3205

Deborah.V.Holmes@hud.gov


8(a) Competitive

A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0009


Project
Management
Support

Contractor to provide management support to assist in
developing an analytical framework for linking IT investment
decisions to strategic objectives in support of HUD’s IT
investment management policy.

541519

4
th

$1M
-

$5M


3 Years


Government National Mor
tgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Deborah Holmes

(202) 708
-
3205

Deborah.V.Holmes@hud.gov

8(a)

Sole Source


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
TN
-
0012


Financial
Industry/Media
Marketing


Contractor to provide the necessary supp
ort to develop and
implement a marketing and communication strategy to
improve Ginnie Mae’s relationship with key audiences,
which will enhance the corporations image and unique role in
stabilizing the secondary mortgage market.

GSA

Schedule

541

4th

$1M
-

$5M


3 Years plus

2 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Terry Carr

(202) 708
-
0926

Terry.M.Carr@hud.gov

Open to All
Business Sizes



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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
TS
-
0006


Risk Management
Data Base
Support

Con
tractor to provide data support market risk to Ginnie Mae
portfolios.

GSA Schedule
FABS 520

4
th

$100K
-

$500K


3 Years plus

2 Options

Government National Mortgage
Association

(
Ginnie Mae
)

Stephen Ledbetter

(202) 708
-
4141

Stephen.L.Ledbetter@hud.gov


Open to All
Business Sizes



A
-
2010
-
DOT
-
0004


Content and
Maintenance
Service for the
CPD Website



The contractor shall update the content and provide
maintenance services to the Office of Community Planning
and Development Internet/ Intranet website.


541690


4th


$100K

-

$500K


1 Year Plus 3
Option Years



Office of Community Planning and
Development

Deirdre Neighbors

(202) 402
-
4386

Deirdre.Neighbors@hud.gov


Small Business

Set
-
Aside



A
-
2010
-
DOT
-
0005


Update CPD
Environmental
Review
Guidebook
(Greenbook)



The contractor shall update the Environmental Review
Guidebook
-
(GreenBook) for the Office of Community
Planning and Development



541690


4th


$25K

-

$
10
0K


1 Year



Office of Community Planning and
Development

Deirdre Neighbors

(202) 402
-
4386

Deirdre.Neighbors@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source



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Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy


A
-
2010
-
DOT
-
0006


Develop a web
-
based tutorial for
the CPD Wetland
and
Floodplan
Management
Guide



The contractor shall develop a web
-
based training tutorial for
the Wetland and FloodPlan Management Guides for the
Office of Community Planning and Development


541690


3rd


$25K

-

$
100K


1 Year


Office of Community Planning an
d
Development

Deirdre Neighbors

(202) 402
-
4386

Deirdre.Neighbors@hud.gov


8(a) Sole Source



UNPLANNED


Strategic Event
Planning and
Logistical Support
Coordination
Services

The contractor will be required
to provide strategic event
planning and logistical support coordination services for the
Office of Public and Indian Housing. The contractor must
have the qualifications, expertise, and experience that have
the capacity to respond to all of the logistical

support needs
for conferences, training, meetings, presentations, and related
activities within the US and its territories.

ACTION CANCELLED

4/06/10


(UPDATED)


A
-
2010
-
P
-
0029


PASS Inspector
Administration

The contractor will provide program support in p
erforming
inspector monitoring services, writing BRDs to accommodate
integration of the inspector monitoring functionality into the
Physical Assessment Sub
-
System (PASS)subsystem;
processing data inquiries; production support for processing
and tracking ad
ministrative actions; processing and tracking
inspector complaints; per form ad hoc reporting, process and
track suspension and decertification actions.

541618

3rd


$1M

-

$5
M


One Year with

4
, 12
-
Month
Options

Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Rose

Donnelly

202 402
-
2996

Rose.A.Donnelly@hud.gov


8(a)
Competitive




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Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Ye
ar

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Office

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
P
-
0025


Research and
Development
Business Support

This contract will provide statistical/econometric support to
the PIH subsystems in the

planning, development and
analysis of results with respect to program implementation,
quality assurance, and data integrity. The contractor will be
charged with performing statistical analysis of PIH
assessment results and will be responsible for develop
ing
PIH
-
PIH’s mathematical modeling, scoring algorithms, and
sample design schemes.

ACTION CANCELLED

THE CURRENT CONTRACT WILL BE EXTENDED

A
-
2010
-
P
-
0020


NASS Business
Support

iNtegrated Assessment Subsystem (
NASS
).
The contractor
will provide program sup
port in performing NASS data
inquiries, PHAS score analysis for trending purposes,
rewrites of the Business Requirements Documents (BRDs)
due to major enhancements to the NASS subsystem; BRDs
for system changes; coordination between PIC system and
NASS; de
velopment of user guides and training manuals for
NASS subsystem; generation of master list of Public Housing
Agencies (PHAs); operational production support for
processing and managing appeals and waivers, and ad hoc
reporting.

ACTION CANCELLED

A
-
2009
-
P
-
0017


PASS Business
Training

The contractor will perform research, analysis and testing of
various approaches to be used for a quality, efficient and
effective HUD Physical Inspection Certification program.
The contractor will assess the relative performa
nce and
completeness of current course work and will also provide
requirements analysis, design, input, and testing support of
enhancements to course administration and conduct. The
contractor shall provide ways and means of offering training
that is cost

effective and innovative in an effort to reach as
many participants as possible.

ACTION CANCELLED



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OTHER

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Off
ice

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy

A
-
2010
-
ACC
-
0021

Lead & Healthy Homes Outreach/Marketing.

541613

4th


$1M

-

$5M


1 Year plus 1
Option


Office of Healthy Homes and Lead
Hazard Control

Clyde Rodkey

202
-
402
-
7582

clyde.k.rodkey@hud.gov


Full & Open

A
-
2010
-
ACC
-
0023

OHHLHC Mission critical database maintenance.

811212

2nd


$500

-

$1M


1 Year plus 2
Options


Office of Healthy Homes and Lead
Hazard Control

Kofi Berko

202
-
402
-
7696

j.kofi.berko@hud.gov


Full & Open


A
-
2010
-
EGP
-
0003


Program Support


Recurring: The contractor shall provide Language On
-
Line
interpretation services for non
-
English speaking persons who
call to register discrimination complaints. Telep
honic
services offers access to 150 languages


541990

2nd

$32K


1 Year

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

Pamela Walsh

202
-
708
-
1145

Pamela.D.Walsh@hud.gov


Full & Open

A
-
2010
-
HR
-
0031


Investigative
Services

Th
e contractor shall provide Investigative Services for Real
Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)

561611

4th

$1M
-

$5M


1 Year plus 4
Options


Office of Housing

Office of RESPA and ILS

Richard Dunne

202
-
708
-
0502

Richard.E.Dunne@hud.gov



8(a) Sole Source



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OTHER

Plan Number &
Product/Service

Contract Description

GSA

Schedule or
NAICS

Fiscal
Year

Quarter

Estimated

Contract Value

&

Contract Length

Program Off
ice

& Point of Contact

*Acquisition
Strategy



A
-
2010
-
P
-
0010


PIH
-

IDIQ Data
Collection
Services



The contractor will provide data collection services for the
various program areas within the Office of Public and Indian
Housing. The contractor may

provide data collection,
verification, analysis, reporting on
-
line display, training,
security, and help desk services.

541511

541519

3rd

$5,000
-

$65M


12 Month Base
with

4, 12
-
Month
Options



Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Amelia McCormick

(
202) 402
-
7127

Amelia.E.McCormick@hud.gov




Full and Open

Competitive


A
-
2010
-
P
-
0036


Administrative
Receivership for
the Housing
Authority of New
Orleans (HANO)




The contractor shall provide Administrat
ive Receivership
services to the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO)
on behalf of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development. Contractor support services will also include
the management, advisory services, and operational functions
of the H
ANO.


541611


3rd


$3
M
-

6M


12
-
Month Base
with

2, 12
-
Month
Options


Office of Public and Indian Housing
(PIH)

Amelia McCormick

(202) 402
-
7127

Amelia.E.McCormick@hud.gov



Small Business

Set
-
Aside