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C-12 PWS

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C-12 PWS

DRAFT PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT

    for

CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT (CLS)

    of

    C-12 AIRCRAFT

    VERSION 22 April 2009

     Performance Work Statement

    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

    DRAFT TABLE OF CONTENTS (UPDATING UPON FINALIZATION)

SECTION ONE - OVERVIEW

SECTION TWO - DEFINITIONS

SECTION THREE - ACRONYMS

SECTION FOUR MAINTENANCE and PROGRAM SUPPORT

SECTION FIVE OVER & ABOVE MAINTENANCE and REPAIR

SECTION SIX AIRCRAFT CONDITION INSPECTION (ACI) & DEPOT REPAIR

SECTION SEVEN MATERIAL

SECTION EIGHT SITE ACTIVATIONS, RELOCATIONS AND CHANGES

SECTION NINE GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

SECTION TEN TRANSITION PHASES

SECTION ELEVEN PROPELLERS

SECTION TWELVE ENGINE SUPPORT

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ANNEX A NAVY-UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS (ATTACHMENT 1)

    ANNEX B NAVY TC-12-UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS (ATTACHMENT 2)

    ANNEX C AIR FORCE-UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS (ATTACHMENT 3)

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Appendix A (Navy) Aircraft Locations

    Appendix B (Navy) Survival Equipment List

    Appendix C (Navy) Aircraft Survivability Equipment - Ordnance Appendix D1 (Navy) Government Furnished Material (GFM) Appendix D2 (USAF) Government Furnished Property (GFP) Appendix E (Navy) Safety, Fire Protection and Health Specification Appendix F1 (Navy) Mission Essential Subsystems Matrix (MESM) Appendix F2, 3 & 4 (USAF) Mission Essential Subsystems Lists (MESL) Appendix G (Navy) Government Property Inventory Appendix H (Navy) Corrosion Control

    Appendix I Aircraft Interior/Exterior Specifications Appendix J Reserved

    Appendix K1 (Navy) Aircraft Condition Inspection (ACI), Class I Appendix K2 (USAF) Aircraft Condition Inspection Appendix L1 (Navy) Quality Assurance (QA) Semi-Annual Inspection Checklist Appendix L2 (USAF) Quality Assurance (QA) Semi-Annual Inspection Checklist

Exhibit A-1 Reports / CDRLs (Contract Section J)

    Exhibit B TBD

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SECTION ONE: OVERVIEW

1.1 System and Mission Description

    Navy (USN) and Air Force (USAF) C-12s supported under this contract are militarized versions of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified and commercially manufactured Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) King Air 200/1900 and King Air 350-series aircraft. They are high-performance, fixed-wing, pressurized aircraft, powered by twin Pratt & Whitney turboprop engines. The USN/USAF C-12 operate from worldwide locations to provide operational support for (1) rapid, time-sensitive or high-priority movement of personnel and cargo, (2) training pilots, and/or (3) testing assets where needed. The C-12 support roles include range clearance, courier flights, medical evacuation and humanitarian rescue or assistance.

1.2 Purpose

    The purpose of this Performance Work Statement (PWS) is to define the tasks to be accomplished by the Contractor for sustainment of the USN/USAF Fleet of C-12 aircraft. The CLS vendor is expected to partner with the Government and establish agreements with original equipment manufacturers (OEM) for data and technical support in order to reduce the total ownership costs (TOC).

    The CLS contract consists of the Performance Work Statement (PWS) which includes Service-unique requirements, or Annexes (Annex A for Navy C-12, Annex B for Navy TC-12 and Annex C for USAF), and all Appendices and Exhibits; as well as all incorporated portions of the Contractor‟s Technical Proposal (identified on the award document). Annexes amplify service-

    unique requirements and Appendices contain details or lists that identify requirements that may change over time, including site locations (by Service), aircraft and engine type/model/series (T/M/S). Contract deliverables, or reporting requirements, cited in Exhibit A-1 are “CDRLs” for the

    USN and “Reports” for the USAF.

    The list of service-unique publications is provided, but may not be all-inclusive. Projections based upon current and historical data as well as subjective analyses are provided and intended as estimates only. The Government will not guarantee the accuracy or adequacy of any such data, information, estimates, or projections on the date of proposal release.

1.3 Support Concept and Scope

    The support concept for USN and USAF C-12 Fleet of aircraft is full Contractor Logistics Support (CLS). As such, the Contractor shall provide for the life-cycle support and maintenance of the USN/USAF C-12 Fleet aircraft, its systems, subsystems and support equipment anywhere in the world, during peacetime and hostile operations, and comply with this PWS, applicable annexes, appendices and all FAA-approved maintenance and material support standards. Special emphasis shall be placed on Quality Assurance/Control and Safety and supply-chain management. The Contractor shall be ISO-9001:2008 compliant, certified and registered and shall use only FAA-certified repair stations, provide for field team support as required and conduct all operations according to certified and standardized processes. Unless specifically provided by the Government (see Appendices), the Contractor shall provide maintenance, trained personnel, supplies, material, inspections, launch, recovery, and Contractor-owned spares and support equipment. The Contractor shall repair and overhaul power, propulsion (engine and propeller) and all other repairable systems. The Contractor shall provide and maintain subscription services for technical manuals and service actions. The Contractor shall perform all inspections, damage repairs, modifications, crash investigations, provide engineering support and respond to Government requests for information regarding the maintenance and support of its aircraft and systems.

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1.4 Readiness Requirements

    Readiness activities consist of all actions necessary to acquire, repair, maintain or overhaul parts and materiel, including Government Furnished Material (GFM) in order to maintain the service-unique readiness requirement metric(s) identified within the PWS and each Service-unique Annex as Mission Capable (MC) rate or Ready for Training (RFT) rate. The Contractor shall perform these actions as well as crash damage repair; engine repair and overhaul; propeller repair and overhaul; airframe and avionics repair and overhaul; and system(s) modifications and installations and related engineering support, as required.

1.5 Specification and Order of Precedence

    This PWS is the specification for the CLS contract. It provides detailed information on what is to be delivered. In case of conflicting instructions between manuals referenced in this PWS, the Service-unique Annex will be the first order of precedence.

1.6 Access to OEM Proprietary Data

    The Government will not procure proprietary data or drawings for the C-12 aircraft. It is the Contractor's responsibility to establish an agreement with HBC for access to OEM data and/or to properly obtain any access to other required proprietary data and drawings that may be needed in order to perform the contract requirements.

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SECTION TWO: DEFINITIONS

2.1 Definitions

     “A-profile” Functional Check Flight Functional check flight made in order to certify systems‟ integrity and (FCF) verify that aircraft system performances meet Government-approved

    criteria.

    Administrative Contracting Officer The Government employee responsible for the overall administration (ACO) of the contract is the ACO.

    Aircraft Condition Inspection (ACI) The specifications establishing requirements for the C-12 to carefully

    inspect those areas not normally accessible at the Site and to restore

    the aircraft to a high level of operational availability and revitalized

    appearance.

Aviation Maintenance An inspection performed by the NAVAIR inspection team to evaluate

    Management Team (AMMT) the maintenance practices and programs required under the most Inspection (Navy-peculiar current 4790 CNAF Instruction and the requirements of this PWS.

    requirement) These inspections will generally be scheduled through the PMA and

    the inspection team based on availability and operational

    commitments. Frequency of the AMMT visits generally varies between

    18 and 24 months.

Aircraft-on-Ground (AOG) Term used to indicate an aircraft is Not Mission Capable (NMC) when

    aircraft is grounded for maintenance or non-available spare parts.

Back-shop The support services to provide the necessary repair, overhaul, testing

    and modification of components removed from the airframe.

    Catastrophic Failure Applies only to Over & Above cost to repair Engines when cost to

     repair exceeds 80% of the replacement cost.

Data All management, scientific engineering and logistics information,

    reports, and documentation which are required.

    Defect Any non-conformance of a characteristic with specified requirements.

    Disassembly Teardown of the item or parts sufficient to permit the type and amount

    of inspection and work required.

Engine A built-up engine with all accessories in a Quick Engine Change

     (QEC) configuration. (QEC configurations are identified in Section

    12.3.2 of this PWS.)

    Engine Accessories All external items containing the fuel, ignition and control systems that

     are normally removed for rework, or are replaced without disassembly

    of the engine.

Engine Accessory Parts All assemblies, subassemblies or components and detail parts

     pertinent to engine accessories.

    Engine Overhaul Engine overhaul is the process of engine disassembly sufficient to

    inspect all of the parts of the basic engine and installed accessory

    components. Overhaul includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection,

    repair, replacement and/or servicing of parts (as required), reassembly

    and successful test-cell run to ensure engine integrity and that the

    engine is producing specification-level performance.

    Engine Parts All items of the basic engine, excluding engine accessories and parts.

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Engine Repair Engine repair is the necessary preparation, fault isolation,

    disassembly, inspection, replacement of parts, adjustment, re-

    assembly, calibration, and testing accomplished in restoring items to

    serviceable status to allow for continued safe and reliable engine

    operation to the next scheduled overhaul.

Fully Mission Capable (FMC) The condition status that indicates the aircraft is capable of safe flight

     and can perform all the prescribed missions required by the applicable

    MEL/MESL/MESM see Appendix F.

Hostile Operations Hostile operations are those actions, including contingency planning,

    which would be required to support site operations during emergency

    and wartime conditions.

Inspect or Check An examination of an item to determine identity, condition, and proper

     installation.

Mandatory Replacement of Parts Parts that are always (100% of the time) replaced regardless of their

    & Materials condition.

Maintenance Airworthiness USAF-peculiar changes to maintenance procedures directed by the

    Directive (MAD) Program Management Office (PMO) team and deemed technically

    necessary by the Lead Engineer.

Maintenance Engineering USN-peculiar changes to maintenance procedures directed by the

    Directive (MED) Program Management, Air (PMA) team and deemed technically

    necessary by the Lead Engineer.

Mission A pre-planned sequence of one or more sorties flown by one aircraft

    that has been assigned a specific mission number.

Mission Capable (MC) ? MC is defined as the sum of Fully Mission Capable (FMC) and

     Partial Mission Capable (PMC). Non-reporting time (NRT) shall

    be deducted from the total hours in the month when computing

    Mission Capable (MC) rates. See Service-unique requirements

    for applicability.

    ? The contractual MC rate is based upon the number of total hours

    available during the reporting period for the month in which the

    aircraft is available for an operational mission.

    ? When inspection requirements do not require a major disassembly

    of the aircraft and, thus, do not affect the mission capability, the

    aircraft is considered to be mission capable during the entire

    portion of the inspection phase of the inspection.

    ? If a preflight inspection or test flight is not performed within 24

    hours of the Contractor notification to the OSGR, MC time shall

    apply from the time when the Contractor notified the OSGR that

    the aircraft was ready for pre-flight inspection or test flight.

    ? The elapsed time between when the Contractor is notified of an

    off-site grounded aircraft problem, and fulfillment of certain

    conditions to meet NRT status, is reported to the OSGR as

    “excusable delay.

    Mission Essential List (MEL) or Components which are critical to flight. The list may not deviate from

    Mission Essential Subsystems List requirements of the Operator‟s Manual limitations section, emergency

    (MESL), or Minimum procedures, or safety-of-flight messages. Equipment/System Matrix (MESM) ? Air Conditioning System see Appendix F. ? Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) as applicable

    ? Autopilot

    ? Cockpit Voice Recorder

    ? Flight Data Recorder

    ? Flight Director

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? Flight Management System (FMS)

    ? Global Positioning System

    ? Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) ? Internal Communication System (ICS)

    ? Landing Lights

    ? Pressurization System

    ? Radio Altimeter

    ? Strobe Lights

    ? Taxi Lights

    ? Weather Radar

    Modification Changes in form/fit or function of a system, equipment or airframe.

    Non-Reporting Time (NRT) ? The condition of an aircraft which is not in a reporting status. (synonymous with Out-of-NRT is the time required to: Reporting) modify the aircraft

     perform crash damage repairs

     install/remove ferry tanks

     replace time- or cycle-limited components (see lists in

    Appendices).

     perform special inspections directed by the OSGR. ? Non-reporting time (NRT) shall be deducted from the total hours in

    the month when computing Mission Capable rates. ? Examples of NRT:

     Time waiting for Functional Check Flight (FCF), after the first

    24 hours have elapsed since Contractor notified the

    Government of aircraft ready for FCF

     Time waiting for off-Site station maintenance as described in

    Section 4

     Aircraft involved in Service-directed efforts

     Time awaiting engine delivery in cases of unanticipated

    engine replacement (Contractual requirement for engine

    delivery is 3 days CONUS, 6 days OCONUS)

     Actions or situations substantiated and agreed to by the

    OSGR or Program Manager as beyond the control of the

    Contractor

     One-time special inspections directed by the Government

    ? The time in which parts or required maintenance personnel are in

    the Government transportation system, when directed by the

    Government.

    ? The Contractor shall not be penalized for aircraft downtime

    resulting from, but not limited to, locally enforced restrictions,

    holidays, noise abatement, religious customs, coups, restricted

    access, hostilities, Government restrictions and customs

    clearance delays which were not in existence prior to contract

    award.

    Not Mission Capable (NMC) ? The material condition of an aircraft indicating that it is not capable of performing any one of its missions (as defined in the applicable

    MEL/MESL/MESM Appendix F), or when a required maintenance

    action causes the aircraft to be non-airworthy. ? NMC time starts when the Contractor is notified of an inoperable

    condition.

    ? NMC time ends when the Contractor notifies the On-Site

    Government Representative (OSGR) or Pilot-In-Command (PIC)

    that the aircraft is ready for pre-flight inspection or test flight. ? If the aircraft is determined to be NMC as a result of a pre-flight

    inspection or test flight and the cause is attributable to the original

    fault, NMC time shall continue from the original time of discovery,

    provided the preflight or test flight inspection is performed within

    24 hours after notification is provided to the OSGR or PIC by the

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    Contractor.

    ? If panels and equipment are removed to conduct area inspections

    and cannot be replaced within a two-hour time frame, then the

    entire inspection is considered to have impacted mission

    capability and shall be documented as NMC. The two-hour rule

    applies to scheduled maintenance only.

    ? When a new discrepancy is found during pre-flight or test flight,

    NMC time will start when the OSGR notifies the Contractor of the

    inoperable condition.

    ? If a new discrepancy is found when the aircraft is not located at

    the Site (aircraft is off-Site) or when the aircraft is located at the

    Site and Contractor personnel are not available, NMC time will

    start when the Government notifies the Contractor of the

    inoperable condition. In either case, NMC time will start not later

    than one hour after time of discovery/flight termination.

Not Mission Capable Maintenance ? The material condition of an aircraft when it is not available for a (NMCM) mission because of scheduled or unscheduled maintenance as

    required by the PWS.

    ? Scheduled maintenance time for reporting purposes includes

    routine, detail, calendar, engine and special inspections when the

    combination of inspection requirements is such that it requires

    placing the aircraft in an inoperable condition. Scheduled

    maintenance time does not include time spent performing daily,

    preflight, turnaround, post-flight or corrosion inspections when the

    requirements do not require placing the aircraft in an inoperable

    condition.

Not Mission Capable (NMC) ? Discrepancies against any system on the MEL/MESL/MESM will MEL/MESL/MESM be considered NMC for the purpose of determining MC rates, if

    the discrepancy is not corrected within ten (10) calendar days for

    CONUS aircraft and twenty (20) calendar days for OCONUS

    aircraft. After the stated time period expires, the aircraft will be

    carried as NMC even though the local Commander may elect to

    fly the aircraft (if other grounding criteria do not exist). If the

    Government elects to fly an aircraft against which reduced

    payment under this provision is being assessed, the Contractor

    shall be exempt from reduced payment for that aircraft for the

    duration of the flight.

    ? Any discrepancy against any system on the MEL/MESL/MESM

    will be included in the Contractor‟s Daily Status Report.

Not Mission Capable Supply The material condition of an aircraft when it is not available for a

    (NMCS) mission because parts or material are not available as required by the

    PWS.

Noted but not Corrected (NBNC) Noted but not corrected (NBNC) discrepancies found during ACI which

    should normally be discovered and repaired at operating sites prior to

    ACI induction.

On-Condition Replacement Parts Those parts and material replaced based upon their condition (i.e.

    & Material broken, worn, out of tolerance limits, configuration change, etc.)

Out-of-Reporting (synonymous Applicable for contract reporting purposes only and is used to account

    with NRT) for aircraft that are undergoing ACI, in preservation, etc.

Partial Mission Capable (PMC) ? The condition status that indicates the aircraft is capable of safe

    flight and can perform at least one, but not all, of its missions

    prescribed because of an inoperable/missing item listed in the

    MEL/MESL/MESM (Appendix F), excluding discrepancies against

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    any system in which aircraft is considered NMC.

    ? Recording of PMC time starts when it is first known that a

    discrepancy exists, except when caused by an in-flight

    malfunction, then the time starts at the termination of the flight.

    PMC time stops when maintenance has been successfully

    completed.

Primary Mission A primary mission shall include day or night flight under Instrument

    Flight Rule (IFR) conditions, into High Density Air Traffic Control Zones

    and through known icing weather and conditions to altitudes requiring

    cabin pressurization.

Procuring Contracting Officer The individual authorized to enter into contract for supplies and

    (PCO) services on behalf of the Government.

    Program Management, Air (PMA) General term used throughout this PWS to refer to the USN

     Government Program office.

    Program Management Office General term used throughout this PWS to refer to the USAF (PMO) Government Program office.

Ready for Issue (RFI) See “Serviceable”

Repair The restoration or replacement of materiel parts or components as

     necessitated by wear and tear, damage, failure, or the like, in order to

    maintain the specific item of materiel in an efficient operating condition.

    Repairable Any system which can be repaired and returned to service.

Reporting Time (RT) The total time in which an aircraft is either mission capable (MC) or not

     mission capable (NMC).

    Service Actions (SA) Service Actions consist of Manufacturer Service Bulletins (SB),

    Information Letters and Service Instructions (SI), as well as FAA

    Airworthiness Directives (AD), Service-applicable USN C-12

    Maintenance Engineering Directives (MED) or USAF C-12

    Maintenance Action Directives (MAD), Technical Directives (TD), and

    mandatory or optional Manufacturer Service Bulletins (optional SB

    require Service approval for incorporation).

Serviceable Capable of meeting the requirement and performing the function for

     which designed or modified. Meets all test requirements established

    by the work specification.

Sites All USN/USAF C-12 based-locations, particularly those where

    scheduled maintenance and inspections occur. Sites include those

    where mission operations originate.

Support Equipment (SE) Includes all ground equipment, tools, and associated test, support, and

     control equipment, computers and software required to support and

    maintain the aircraft.

Technical Directives (TD) Special instructions and efforts (service, repairs, modifications and

     inspection) such as those required by the Government, including

    Maintenance Engineering Directives (MED), Maintenance

    Airworthiness Directives (MAD), Instructions and Bulletins (i.e.: Safety-

    of-flight and grounding bulletins), Modifications, and various Changes

    (e.g.: Interim, Record, Rapid Action Maintenance Engineering

    Changes). Technical Directives include FAA Airworthiness Directives

    (AD), Manufacturer Service Bulletins (SB) and Service Instructions

    (SI). There are both mandatory and optional technical directives (TD).

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Time -to-Continue A time-to-continue component is one which has or may have a

     residual value in the commercial marketplace (i.e. life cycle part), for

    which the Government will no longer utilize due to insufficient

    time/cycles remaining.

Up-gripes All pending uncorrected maintenance discrepancies EXCLUDING TDs,

    pending inspections, corrosion gripes, and awaiting parts (AWP)

    gripes.

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