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Dynamic Business Services Inc.

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
Federal Supply Service
Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List
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General Purpose Commercial Information
Technology Equipment, Software and Services

FSC GROUP Class 70, STANDARD INDUSTRY GROUP: 70

FSC Product code: D399

Contract number: GS-35F-298BA

For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the FSS Schedules button at fss.gsa.gov.

Contract period: 04/04/2014 through 04/03/2019

Dynamic Business Services Inc.

11409 Shirley Gate Ct

Fairfax, VA 22030-5504

DUNS: 123849825 CAGE Code: 4Z1E4 Voice: 703-867-6637 Fax: 703-867-6637 Contact: Omer Malik Email: omer@dbsinc.us

Contractor's internet address/web site where schedule information can be found: www.dbsinc.us Business size: Small

la. Table of awarded special item number(s) with appropriate cross-reference to item descriptions and awarded price(s). Valid at both contractor and customer sites.

SIN 132-51

LABOR CATEGORY

GSA RATE

IT Program Manager

$155.40

IT Project Manager

$129.98

Sr. Database Administrator

$104.57

Sr. Systems Security Specialist

$115.32

Sr. Programmer

$104.57

Sr. Network Engineer

$82.10

 

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IT Program Manager

Must have a broad range of IT skills and experience and be able to perform programming, database management and other IT duties.

Develops clear and detailed plans for IT programs. In order to ensure that a program is feasible and doesn't veer off course, the IT Program Manager needs to have the skills to develop a step-by-step plan with well-defined tasks and to make sure the team stays on a timeline.

The Program Manager has excellent problem-solving skills and be able to think quickly and adeptly about how to address problems as they come up and to learn from the issues so that the same problems do not arise again. Program Manager requires advanced interpersonal skills Relates well to others when dictating responsibilities, offers constructive feedback and supports and encourages others. Ensures that the team works effectively, motivating them and earning their respect.

Because the Program Manager has to keep track of so many different things at once, must be able to multi-task, tracking spending, adjusting budgets, hiring and reviewing employees, looking for gaps in work efficiency, communicating with the team and suggesting changes in the program. Has the ability to switch quickly between tasks


and to think about the project on many different levels at once. Experience: 10 years

Education: Master degree

IT Project Manager

The IT Project Manager is in charge of a specific project or projects within a company. The IT Project Manager plans, budgets, oversees and documents all aspects of a specific project. The IT Project Manager may work closely with upper management to make sure that the scope and direction of each project is on schedule, as well as other departments for support. The IT Project Managers reports to the IT Program Manager.

Experience: 5 years

Education: Bachelor degree

Sr. Database Administrator

The Senior Database Administrator is responsible for the design and implementation of internal and Cloud databases supporting a variety of platforms and services, Eli and reporting functions to include physical schema design, database integrity controls and database security. The Senior Database Administrator is also responsible for the development and implementation of any stored procedures or triggers required by the final database design. This includes an understanding of the interworking of the other architectural components, such as services and other interactive and/or batch processes, and how they interact with the database. Working knowledge of many standards, along with knowledge of state-of-the-art Cloud database technologies and tools are required. The Senior Database Administrator participates in and may lead the design, implementation and maintenance of all development database environments (i.e., development, quality assurance and testing).

·  Monitors and may oversee database security by controlling and monitoring user access.

·  Researches, develops and reviews database designs for new projects.

·  Creates and maintains database structures and objects.

·  Monitors the performance and growth and prepares entities, attributes, and relationships for required transaction and data volumes.

·  Develops and maintains database configuration documentation.

·  Designs and executes database backup and recovery strategies.

·  Performs task automation and implements process improvements; recommends enhancements that result in increased quality and service. Maintains established service level agreements to manage customer expectations and quality standards; identifies opportunities for improvement.

Experience: 5 years

Education: Bachelor degree or 10 year cumulative experience

Sr. Systems Security Specialist

The Sr. Information Security Specialist is responsible for assisting the IT Program Manager with facilitating, promoting and monitoring an IT information security program in accordance with the framework and standards established by the client. The Sr. Systems Security Specialist assists with reviewing IT security exceptions mitigating controls and exit strategies. The Specialist is also responsible for the development and implementation of IT security standards, IT Security Awareness, procedures, and guidelines to detect and prevent the unauthorized use, release, modification, or destruction of data across multiple platforms and environments (e.g., corporate, distributed and client server systems). The Specialist must provide state-of-the-art technical expertise to ensure the development, testing and implementation of appropriate security plans, products and control techniques are implemented within Group Insurance as well as monitoring appropriate controls are in place with third party vendors that support Group Insurance business. The Specialist will provide Architecture and security guidance as well as review Security Design Documents and work with other areas (e.g., Systems, Corporate Technology, Audit and Third Party Vendors) to identify potential areas of security risks. The Specialist will assist with performing vendor reviews, site visits and report findings and recommendations to Vendor Governance.

The Specialist must maintain an awareness of existing and proposed security standards, State and Federal legislation and regulations pertaining to information security and may have to assist with identifying regulatory changes that will affect information security policy, standards, procedures as well as may be required to recommend appropriate changes. The Specialist is expected to track workload, produce metrics and report out on a specified schedule.

The Specialist may also perform related duties as assigned or requested

Experience: 5 years

Education: Bachelor degree or 10 year cumulative experience

Sr. Programmer

The Sr. Programmer works under the direction of the Program Manager and applies development skills to help solve complex programming problems in a timely manner. The role requires the ability to work as part of a team. The Sr. Programmer develops a solution from a documented specification in a timely manner to meet organizational deadlines. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES


Analysis and Design — Participate in design sessions lead by senior team members. The individual will be expected to provide input into possible solutions for complex business problems.

System Support — Responsible for the support of certain applications and legacy systems within the organization. System Reporting and Ad- Hoc Reporting — Serve as a key member in the development of ad-hoc reporting and queries. The selected candidate will become an expert with the enterprise databases and know the most efficient ways to report on them.

Testing and Deployment — Tests and documents code as it is developed and assist in the integration of code units as part of larger solutions.

Documentation — Adhere to all department and team policies for design, development, testing and deployment documentation. Follow all documented design and coding standards and exhibit excellent written communication skills and the ability to write effective manuals. Produce functional specifications prior to commencing work on new tasks and produces technical and other documentation as part of project deliverables.

Experience: 5 years

Education: Bachelor degree or 10 year cumulative experience

Sr. Network Engineer

The Sr. Network Engineer maintains and supports all aspects of the wide and local area network and corporate data communications, has experience with routing protocols and installing/configuring network hardware.

Responsibilities:

·  Maintain and support all aspects of the wide and local area network and corporate data communications

·  Provide support and assistance to network technicians as needed in network issues

·  Analyze the network subsystems and related issues.

·  Diagnose and troubleshoot local and wide area network-related issues.

·  Provide customer service for local and wide area network administration to the user community.

·  Implement and enforce wide and local area network standards, settings and restrictions.

·  Interact frequently with network analysts and related personnel.

·  Assist staff in assessing the effectiveness and impact of departmental activities and practices relative to local and wide area network functionality.

·  Establish guidelines and parameters for the deployment of local and wide area network components and enhancements.

·  Facilitate the movement and relocation of routers, circuits, and Ethernet segments/switches.

·  Monitor and maintain wide area network management systems.

·  Maintain access lists and user settings on wide area network (WAN) equipment.

·  Document changes and procedures, including network (Visio) diagrams. Experience: 5 years Education: Bachelor degree or 10 year cumulative experience

2.     Maximum order. $500,000

3.     Minimum order. $100.00

4.     Geographic coverage (delivery area). 50 United States; District of Columbia; Puerto Rico

5.     Point(s) of production (city, county, and State or foreign country). Not Applicable

6.     Discount from list prices or statement of net price. Net prices set forth above.

7.     Quantity discounts - Additional 1% discount from the GSA Rate for single task orders at or exceeding $300,000.

8.     Prompt payment terms - 1%, 15 Days - Net 30.

9a.   Government purchase cards are accepted at or below the micro-purchase threshold.

9b. Government purchase cards are accepted above the micro-purchase threshold. 10. Foreign items (list items by country of origin). None.

11 a. Time of delivery. (Contractor insert number of days.) As negotiated with ordering agency.

11b.    Expedited Delivery. Contact the Contractor.

11c.     Overnight and 2-day delivery. Contact the Contractor.


11d. Urgent Requirements. Contact the Contractor. 12. F.O.B. point(s). Destination.

13a.  Ordering address. Set forth above.

13b.  Ordering procedures: For supplies and services, the ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA's) are found in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 8.405-3.

14.     Payment address. Set forth above.

15.     Warranty provision. None.

16.     Export packing charges, if applicable. Not Applicable

17.     Terms and conditions of Government purchase card acceptance (any thresholds above the micro-purchase level). None.

18.     Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance, and repair (if applicable). Not Applicable

19.     Terms and conditions of installation (if applicable). Not Applicable

20.     Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating date of parts price lists and any discounts from list prices (if applicable). Not Applicable

20a. Terms and conditions for any other services (if applicable). Not Applicable

21.     List of service and distribution points (if applicable). Not Applicable

22.     List of participating dealers (if applicable). Not Applicable

23.     Preventive maintenance (if applicable). Not Applicable

24a.  Special attributes such as environmental attributes (e.g., recycled content, energy efficiency, and/or reduced pollutants). Not Applicable

24b.  If applicable, indicate that Section 508 compliance information is available on Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services and show where full details can be found (e.g. contractor's website or other location.) The EIT standards can be found at: www.Section508.gov/. Not Applicable

25.     Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number. Set forth above.

26.     Contractor is registered in the SAM database.

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (SPECIAL ITEM NUMBER 132-51)

1.             SCOPE

a.           The prices, terms and conditions stated under Special Item Number 132-51 Information
Technology Professional Services apply exclusively to IT Professional Services within the scope of this Information Technology Schedule.

b.           The Contractor shall provide services at the Contractor’s facility and/or at the ordering activity
location, as agreed to by the Contractor and the ordering activity.

2.             PERFORMANCE INCENTIVES I-FSS-60 Performance Incentives (April 2000)

a.           Performance incentives may be agreed upon between the Contractor and the ordering activity on individual fixed price orders or Blanket Purchase Agreements under this contract.

b.           The ordering activity must establish a maximum performance incentive price for these services
and/or total solutions on individual orders or Blanket Purchase Agreements.

c.           Incentives should be designed to relate results achieved by the contractor to specified targets. To the maximum extent practicable, ordering activities shall consider establishing incentives where performance is critical to the ordering activity’s mission and incentives are likely to motivate the contractor. Incentives shall be based on objectively measurable tasks.

3.             ORDER

a.           Agencies may use written orders, EDI orders, blanket purchase agreements, individual purchase
orders, or task orders for ordering services under this contract. Blanket Purchase Agreements shall not extend beyond the end of the contract period; all services and delivery shall be made and the contract terms and conditions shall continue in effect until the completion of the order. Orders for tasks which extend beyond the fiscal year for which funds are available shall include FAR 52.232-19 (Deviation – May 2003) Availability of Funds for the Next Fiscal Year. The purchase order shall specify the availability of funds and the period for which funds are available.

b.           All task orders are subject to the terms and conditions of the contract. In the event of conflict
between a task order and the contract, the contract will take precedence.


4.             PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES

a.           The Contractor shall commence performance of services on the date agreed to by the Contractor
and the ordering activity.

b.           The Contractor agrees to render services only during normal working hours, unless otherwise
agreed to by the Contractor and the ordering activity.

c.           The ordering activity should include the criteria for satisfactory completion for each task in the
Statement of Work or Delivery Order. Services shall be completed in a good and workmanlike manner.

d.           Any Contractor travel required in the performance of IT Services must comply with the Federal
Travel Regulation or Joint Travel Regulations, as applicable, in effect on the date(s) the travel is performed. Established Federal Government per diem rates will apply to all Contractor travel. Contractors cannot use GSA city pair contracts.

 

5.             STOP-WORK ORDER (FAR 52.242-15) (AUG 1989)

(a)            The Contracting Officer may, at any time, by written order to the Contractor, require the

Contractor to stop all, or any part, of the work called for by this contract for a period of 90 days after the order is delivered to the Contractor, and for any further period to which the parties may agree. The order shall be specifically identified as a stop-work order issued under this clause. Upon receipt of the order, the Contractor shall immediately comply with its terms and take all reasonable steps to minimize the incurrence of costs allocable to the work covered by the order during the period of work stoppage. Within a period of 90 days after a stop-work is delivered to the Contractor, or within any extension of that period to which the parties shall have agreed, the Contracting Officer shall either-

(1)          Cancel the stop-work order; or

(2)          Terminate the work covered by the order as provided in the Default, or the Termination
for Convenience of the Government, clause of this contract.

(b)           If a stop-work order issued under this clause is canceled or the period of the order or any extension thereof expires, the Contractor shall resume work. The Contracting Officer shall make an equitable adjustment in the delivery schedule or contract price, or both, and the contract shall be modified, in writing, accordingly, if-

(1)          The stop-work order results in an increase in the time required for, or in the Contractor's
cost properly allocable to, the performance of any part of this contract; and

(2)          The Contractor asserts its right to the adjustment within 30 days after the end of the
period of work stoppage; provided, that, if the Contracting Officer decides the facts justify the action, the Contracting Officer may receive and act upon the claim submitted at any time before final payment under this contract.

(c)            If a stop-work order is not canceled and the work covered by the order is terminated for the convenience of the Government, the Contracting Officer shall allow reasonable costs resulting from the stop-work order in arriving at the termination settlement.

(d)           If a stop-work order is not canceled and the work covered by the order is terminated for default, the Contracting Officer shall allow, by equitable adjustment or otherwise, reasonable costs resulting from the stop-work order.

6.             INSPECTION OF SERVICES

In accordance with FAR 52.212-4 CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS--COMMERCIAL ITEMS (MAR 2009) (DEVIATION I - FEB 2007) for Firm-Fixed Price orders and FAR 52.212-4 CONTRAC (DEVIATION I – FEB 2007) applies to Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts orders placed under this contract.

7.             RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONTRACTOR

The Contractor shall comply with all laws, ordinances, and regulations (Federal, State, City, or otherwise) covering work of this character. If the end product of a task order is software, then FAR 52.227-14 (Dec 2007) Rights in Data – General, may apply.

8.             RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ORDERING ACTIVITY

Subject to security regulations, the ordering activity shall permit Contractor access to all facilities necessary to perform the requisite IT Professional Services.

 

9.             INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

All IT Professional Services performed by the Contractor under the terms of this contract shall be as an independent Contractor, and not as an agent or employee of the ordering activity.

10.           ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

a.              Definitions.

“Contractor” means the person, firm, unincorporated association, joint venture, partnership, or corporation that is a party to this contract.

“Contractor and its affiliates” and “Contractor or its affiliates” refers to the Contractor, its chief executives, directors, officers, subsidiaries, affiliates, subcontractors at any tier, and consultants and any joint venture involving the Contractor, any entity into or with which the Contractor subsequently merges or affiliates, or any other successor or assignee of the Contractor.

An “Organizational conflict of interest” exists when the nature of the work to be performed under a proposed ordering activity contract, without some restriction on ordering activities by the Contractor and its affiliates, may either (i) result in an unfair competitive advantage to the Contractor or its affiliates or (ii) impair the Contractor’s or its affiliates’ objectivity in performing contract work.

b.            To avoid an organizational or financial conflict of interest and to avoid prejudicing the best interests of the ordering activity, ordering activities may place restrictions on the Contractors, its affiliates, chief executives, directors, subsidiaries and subcontractors at any tier when placing orders against schedule contracts. Such restrictions shall be consistent with FAR 9.505 and shall be designed to avoid, neutralize, or mitigate organizational conflicts of interest that might otherwise exist in situations related to individual orders placed against the schedule contract. Examples of situations, which may require restrictions, are provided at FAR 9.508.

11.           INVOICES

The Contractor, upon completion of the work ordered, shall submit invoices for IT Professional services. Progress payments may be authorized by the ordering activity on individual orders if appropriate. Progress payments shall be based upon completion of defined milestones or interim products. Invoices shall be submitted monthly for recurring services performed during the preceding month.

12. PAYMENTS

For firm-fixed price orders the ordering activity shall pay the Contractor, upon submission of proper invoices or vouchers, the prices stipulated in this contract for service rendered and accepted. Progress payments shall be made only when authorized by the order. For time-and-materials orders, the Payments under Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts at FAR 52.212-4 (MAR 2009) (ALTERNATE I – OCT 2008) (DEVIATION I – FEB 2007) applies to time-and-materials orders placed under this contract. For labor-hour orders, the Payment under Time-and-Materials and Labor-Hour Contracts at FAR 52.212-4 (MAR 2009) (ALTERNATE I – OCT 2008) (DEVIATION I – FEB 2007) applies to labor-hour orders placed under this contract. 52.216-31(Feb 2007) Time-and-Materials/Labor-Hour Proposal RequirementsCommercial Item Acquisition. As prescribed in 16.601(e)(3), insert the following provision:

(a)     The Government contemplates award of a Time-and-Materials or Labor-Hour type of contract resulting from this solicitation.

 

(b)     The offeror must specify fixed hourly rates in its offer that include wages, overhead, general and administrative expenses, and profit. The offeror must specify whether the fixed hourly rate for each labor category applies to labor performed by—

 

(1)   The offeror;

(2)   Subcontractors; and/or

(3)   Divisions, subsidiaries, or affiliates of the offeror under a common control.

13.      RESUMES

Resumes shall be provided to the GSA Contracting Officer or the user ordering activity upon request.

14.           INCIDENTAL SUPPORT COSTS

Incidental support costs are available outside the scope of this contract. The costs will be negotiated separately with the ordering activity in accordance with the guidelines set forth in the FAR.

15.         APPROVAL OF SUBCONTRACTS

The ordering activity may require that the Contractor receive, from the ordering activity's Contracting Officer, written consent before placing any subcontract for furnishing any of the work called for in a task order.

16.         DESCRIPTION OF IT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND PRICING

a.           The Contractor shall provide a description of each type of IT Service offered under Special Item
Numbers 132-51 IT Professional Services should be presented in the same manner as the Contractor sells to its commercial and other ordering activity customers. If the Contractor is proposing hourly rates, a description of all corresponding commercial job titles (labor categories) for those individuals who will perform the service should be provided.

b.           Pricing for all IT Professional Services shall be in accordance with the Contractor’s customary commercial practices; e.g., hourly rates, monthly rates, term rates, and/or fixed prices, minimum general experience and minimum education.