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UFC 4-214-02

ARMY TACTICAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FACILITIES (TEMF)

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Organization: UFC
Publication Date: 24 July 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 355
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Purpose.

This document consolidates into one source the uniform criteria for the planning, design, solicitation, proposal evaluation, and construction of Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities. and associated support requirements. It also contains guidance on the use of negotiated, two-phase, designbuild procedures for procurement of new and/or renovated facilities. It provides U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Project Architects/Project Engineers (PA/PE), Project Managers (PM) and Major Army Command (MACOM) planners with a single source to guide the process of planning, developing, and executing projects utilizing competitively negotiated source selection processes.

Organization.

This document is organized in two volumes. The first volume, this document, is the Project Management Manual which describes the process of planning, developing, and executing a two phase design-build project. Reference materials supporting the source selection process are provided in the appendices. The second volume is a generic model Request for Proposals (RFP) to be used in developing solicitations. The generic model follows the USACE Standard Contract Format for construction prescribed by EFARS 14.201-1(a)(1), (reference 1-1). The generic model STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) in Volume II, contains the design criteria to be implemented for Army projects. This model, when edited for a specific site and project composition, will form the basis for an RFP. Detailed instructions for using the Project Management Manual, for editing the Project Management Manual appendices, and for editing the model solicitation are provided in Chapter 2 of this volume. Please note that contracting guidance contained in this document is provided as an outline and should not be used as a substitute for thorough knowledge of current acquisition regulations. If a conflict arises between this guidance and the acquisition regulations, the acquisition regulations shall govern.

Document History

UFC 4-214-02
July 24, 2003
ARMY TACTICAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FACILITIES (TEMF)
Purpose. This document consolidates into one source the uniform criteria for the planning, design, solicitation, proposal evaluation, and construction of Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities....

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