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CONTRACT NUMBER GS-23F-0133K


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Schedule for Professional Engineering Services
FSC Class: 8711, 8731
Contract No. GS-23F-0133K
Supplement 3 - March 9, 2005

Contract Period:  March 9, 2000 – March 8, 2010

Contractor George G. Sharp, Inc.
635 Slaters Lane, Suite 200
Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Telephone: (703) 548-4400
FAX:         (703) 548-4592

Business Size:Large
DUNS Number:  96-1163763

 

Contract Administration: Mel Wylie – MWylie@georgesharp.com


CUSTOMER INFORMATION:

Table of Awarded Special Item Number(s)

871-1   Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities
871-2   Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
871-3   System Design, Engineering and Integration
871-4   Test and Evaluation
871-5   Integrated Logistics Support
871-6   Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

PRICES SHOWN HEREIN ARE NET (DISCOUNT DEDUCTED)

SIN SIN Description
871-1 Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities - Services required under this SIN involve the definition and interpretation of high-level organizational engineering performance requirements such as projects, systems, missions, etc., and the objectives and approaches to their achievement. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to an analysis of mission, program goals and objectives, requirements analysis, organizational performance assessment, special studies and analysis, training, privatization and outsourcing.
871-2 Concept Development and Requirements Analysis - Services required under this SIN involve abstract or concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning, the evaluation of alternative technical approaches and associated costs for the development or enhancement of high level general performance specifications of a system, project, mission or activity. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to requirements analysis, cost/cost-performance trade-off analysis, feasibility analysis, regulatory compliance support, technology conceptual designs, training, privatization and outsourcing.
871-3 System Design, Engineering and Integration - Services required under this SIN involve the translation of a system (or subsystem, program, project, activity) concept into a preliminary and detailed design (engineering plans and specifications), performing risk identification/analysis/mitigation, traceability, and then integrating the various components to produce a working prototype or model of the system. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to computer-aided design, design studies and analysis, high level detailed specification preparation, configuration management and document control, fabrication, assembly and simulation, modeling, training, privatization and outsourcing.
871-4 Test and Evaluation - Services required under this SIN involves the application of various techniques demonstrating that a prototype system (subsystem, program, project or activity) performs in accordance with the objectives outlined in the original design. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to testing of a prototype and first article(s) testing, environmental testing, independent verification and validation, reverse engineering, simulation and modeling (to test the feasibility of a concept), system safety, quality assurance, physical testing of the product or system, training, privatization and outsourcing.
871-5 Integrated Logistics Support - Services required under this SIN involves the analysis, planning and detailed design of all engineering specific logistics support including material goods, personnel, and operational maintenance and repair of systems throughout their life cycles. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to ergonomic/human performance analysis, feasibility analysis, logistics planning, requirements determination, policy standards/procedures development, long-term reliability and maintainability, training, privatization and outsourcing.
871-6 Acquisition and Life Cycle Management - Services required under this SIN involve all of the planning, budgetary, contract and systems/program management functions required to procure and/or produce, render operational and provide life cycle support (maintenance, repair, supplies, engineering specific logistics) to technology-based systems, activities, subsystems, projects, etc. Typical associated tasks include, but are not limited to operation and maintenance, program/project management, technology transfer/insertion, training, privatization and outsourcing.
 

OPTION PERIOD 1 - SINS 871-1, 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

1GSA Hourly Rate - Contractor Site

Labor Category

Contractor Site Rate 3/9/2005 - 3/8/2006

Contractor Site Rate 3/9/2006 – 3/8/2007

Contractor Site Rate 3/9/2007 - 3/8/2008

Contractor Site Rate 3/9/2008 - 3/8/2009

Contractor Site Rate 3/9/2009 - 3/8/2010

Subject Matter Expert

$126.85

$130.66

$134.58

$138.61

$142.77

Program Manager

$113.32

$116.72

$120.22

$123.83

$127.54

Project Engineer

$99.80

$102.79

$105.88

$109.05

$112.33

Engineer - Level VII (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$94.58

$97.42

$100.34

$103.35

$106.45

Engineer - Level VI (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$81.71

$84.16

$86.69

$89.29

$91.97

Engineer - Level V (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$75.73

$78.00

$80.34

$82.75

$85.23

Engineer - Level IV (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$68.31

$70.36

$72.47

$74.64

$76.88

Engineer - Level III (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$58.15

$59.89

$61.69

$63.54

$65.45

Engineer - Level II (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$50.10

$51.60

$53.15

$54.75

$56.39

Engineer - Level I (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$41.54

$42.79

$44.07

$45.39

$46.75

Analyst - Level IV (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$103.52

$106.63

$109.82

$113.12

$116.51

Analyst - Level III (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$81.71

$84.16

$86.69

$89.29

$91.97

Analyst - Level II (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$63.37

$65.27

$67.23

$69.25

$71.32

Analyst - Level I (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$41.00

$42.23

$43.50

$44.80

$46.15

Risk Management Analyst - Level III

$103.52

$106.63

$109.82

$113.12

$116.51

Risk Management Analyst - Level II

$81.71

$84.16

$86.69

$89.29

$91.97

Risk Management Analyst - Level I

$58.15

$59.89

$61.69

$63.54

$65.45

Engineering Investigator - Level III

$94.58

$97.42

$100.34

$103.35

$106.45

Engineering Investigator - Level II

$75.73

$78.00

$80.34

$82.75

$85.23

Engineering Investigator - Level I

$58.15

$59.89

$61.69

$63.54

$65.45

Engineering Technician - Level III

$80.20

$82.61

$85.08

$87.64

$90.27

Engineering Technician - Level II

$53.30

$54.90

$56.55

$58.24

$59.99

Engineering Technician - Level I

$34.51

$35.55

$36.61

$37.71

$38.84

Designer - Level II

$61.99

$63.85

$65.77

$67.74

$69.77

Designer - Level I

$44.73

$46.07

$47.45

$48.88

$50.34

Training Specialist - Level III

$94.58

$97.42

$100.34

$103.35

$106.45

Training Specialist - Level II

$75.73

$78.00

$80.34

$82.75

$85.23

Training Specialist - Level I

$59.00

$60.77

$62.59

$64.47

$66.41

CAD Operator

$56.45

$58.14

$59.89

$61.68

$63.53

Technical Editor

$45.27

$46.63

$48.03

$49.47

$50.95

Administrative Assistant - Level IV

$78.88

$81.25

$83.68

$86.19

$88.78

Administrative Assistant - Level III

$50.76

$52.28

$53.85

$55.47

$57.13

Administrative Assistant - Level II

$40.47

$41.68

$42.93

$44.22

$45.55

Administrative Assistant - Level I

$33.21

$34.21

$35.23

$36.29

$37.38

INCIDENTAL LABOR CATEGORIES     -  SINS 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

 

 

 

 

 

Field Testing Services Supervisor

N/A

Field Testing Services Logistician - Level II

N/A

Field Testing Services Logistician - Level I

N/A

Quality Assurance Inspector

N/A

Installation Mechanic

N/A

Shipfitter

N/A

Pipefitter

N/A

Electrician

N/A

Welder

N/A

Maintenance Trades Helper

N/A

Drafter

N/A

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level IV

N/A

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level III

N/A

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level II

N/A

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level I

N/A

Corrosion Technician - Level IV

N/A

Corrosion Technician - Level III

N/A

Corrosion Technician - Level III

N/A

Corrosion Technician - Level I

N/A

1Includes .75% Industrial Funding Fee

 

 

 

 

 

Quantity Discount Offered:  Quantity Discounts to be separately negotiated on tasks over $750,000

 

OPTION PERIOD 1 - SIN 871-1, 871-2, 871-3, 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

1,2GSA Hourly Rate - Government Site

 

Labor Category

Government Site Rate 3/9/2005 - 3/8/2006

Government Site Rate 3/9/2006 – 3/8/2007

Government Site Rate 3/9/2007 - 3/8/2008

Government Site Rate 3/9/2008 – 3/8/2009

Government Site Rate 3/9/2009 – 3/8/2010

Subject Matter Expert

$104.53

$107.67

$110.90

$114.22

$117.65

Program Manager

$93.39

$96.19

$99.08

$102.05

$105.11

Project Engineer

$82.24

$84.71

$87.25

$89.87

$92.56

Engineer - Level VII (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$77.93

$80.27

$82.68

$85.16

$87.71

Engineer - Level VI (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$67.33

$69.35

$71.43

$73.57

$75.78

Engineer - Level V (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$62.41

$64.28

$66.21

$68.20

$70.24

Engineer - Level IV (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$56.29

$57.98

$59.72

$61.51

$63.35

Engineer - Level III (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$47.92

$49.36

$50.84

$52.36

$53.93

Engineer - Level II (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$41.29

$42.53

$43.80

$45.12

$46.47

Engineer - Level I (Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)

$34.24

$35.27

$36.33

$37.41

$38.54

Analyst - Level IV (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$85.31

$87.87

$90.51

$93.22

$96.02

Analyst - Level III (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$67.33

$69.35

$71.43

$73.57

$75.78

Analyst - Level II (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$52.21

$53.78

$55.39

$57.05

$58.76

Analyst - Level I (Logistics, Test and Evaluation, Financial, Configuration Management and Field Testing)

$33.79

$34.80

$35.85

$36.92

$38.03

Risk Management Analyst - Level III

$85.31

$87.87

$90.51

$93.22

$96.02

Risk Management Analyst - Level II

$67.33

$69.35

$71.43

$73.57

$75.78

Risk Management Analyst - Level I

$47.92

$49.36

$50.84

$52.36

$53.93

Engineering Investigator - Level III

$77.93

$80.27

$82.68

$85.16

$87.71

Engineering Investigator - Level II

$62.41

$64.28

$66.21

$68.20

$70.24

Engineering Investigator - Level I

$47.92

$49.36

$50.84

$52.36

$53.93

Engineering Technician - Level III

$66.09

$68.07

$70.11

$72.22

$74.38

Engineering Technician - Level II

$43.92

$45.24

$46.59

$47.99

$49.43

Engineering Technician - Level I

$28.44

$29.29

$30.17

$31.08

$32.01

Designer - Level II

$51.07

$52.60

$54.18

$55.81

$57.48

Designer - Level I

$36.86

$37.97

$39.10

$40.28

$41.49

Training Specialist - Level III

$77.93

$80.27

$82.68

$85.16

$87.71

Training Specialist - Level II

$62.41

$64.28

$66.21

$68.20

$70.24

Training Specialist - Level I

$48.62

$50.08

$51.58

$53.13

$54.72

CAD Operator

$46.52

$47.92

$49.35

$50.83

$52.36

Technical Editor

$37.30

$38.42

$39.57

$40.76

$41.98

Administrative Assistant - Level IV

$65.00

$66.95

$68.96

$71.03

$73.16

Administrative Assistant - Level III

$41.82

$43.07

$44.37

$45.70

$47.07

Administrative Assistant - Level II

$33.35

$34.35

$35.38

$36.44

$37.54

Administrative Assistant - Level I

$27.37

$28.19

$29.04

$29.91

$30.81

INCIDENTAL LABOR CATEGORIES     -  SINS 871-4, 871-5, 871-6

 

 

 

 

 

Field Testing Services Supervisor

$36.01

$37.09

$38.20

$39.35

$40.53

Field Testing Services Logistician - Level II

$29.02

$29.89

$30.79

$31.71

$32.66

Field Testing Services Logistician - Level I

$25.31

$26.07

$26.85

$27.66

$28.49

Quality Assurance Inspector

$30.66

$31.58

$32.53

$33.50

$34.51

Installation Mechanic

$31.13

$32.06

$33.03

$34.02

$35.04

Shipfitter

$32.28

$33.25

$34.25

$35.27

$36.33

Pipefitter

$37.32

$38.44

$39.59

$40.78

$42.00

Electrician

$31.46

$32.40

$33.38

$34.38

$35.41

Welder

$30.64

$31.56

$32.51

$33.48

$34.49

Maintenance Trades Helper

$24.16

$24.88

$25.63

$26.40

$27.19

Drafter

$26.11

$26.89

$27.70

$28.53

$29.39

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level IV

$53.15

$54.74

$56.39

$58.08

$59.82

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level III

$37.37

$38.49

$39.65

$40.84

$42.06

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level II

$29.79

$30.68

$31.60

$32.55

$33.53

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level

$23.94

$24.66

$25.40

$26.16

$26.94

Corrosion Technician - Level IV

$47.61

$49.04

$50.51

$52.02

$53.59

Corrosion Technician - Level III

$39.69

$40.88

$42.11

$43.37

$44.67

Corrosion Technician - Level III

$30.61

$31.53

$32.47

$33.45

$34.45

Corrosion Technician - Level I

$23.82

$24.53

$25.27

$26.03

$26.81

1Includes .75% Industrial Funding Fee

 

 

 

 

 

2 Government site rates are not offered for efforts less than one (1) year, and assume customer provided space, furnishings, and all equipment for personnel to perform successfully.

Quantity Discount Offered:  Quantity Discounts to be separately negotiated on tasks over $750,000


 

LABOR CATEGORY DEFINITIONS
 
Subject Matter Expert

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering discipline from an accredited college or university, a professional engineer’s license, or equivalent experience3.

Experience:  A minimum of 15 years experience in engineering-related work, 10 years of which spent in a specific discipline.  Demonstrated capability to accomplish programmatic and engineering tasks and maintain an effective liaison with appropriate government personnel.

 

Program Manager

Education:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license.1

Experience:  A minimum of 10 years managing large projects which demonstrate the ability to supervise, manage, direct, oversee, and control a team of multi-disciplined personnel to accomplish programmatic and engineering tasks, estimate costs, and maintain an effective liaison with appropriate government personnel.  5 years of this experience should have been obtained working in a major government acquisition program.

 

Project Engineer

Education:  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license.2

Experience:  A minimum of 10 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, including a minimum of 5 years experience in a major government acquisition program which involved supervisory duties.

 

Engineer - Level VII – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical

Education:  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license. 2

Experience:  A minimum of 15 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, with a minimum of 5 years experience related to the RFP.

 

Engineer - Level VI – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical


Education
:
  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license. 2
Experience:  A minimum of 10 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, with a minimum of 5 years experience related to the RFP.
 

Engineer - Level V – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical

Education:  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license. 2

Experience:  A minimum of 10 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, with a minimum of 3 years experience related to the RFP.

 

Engineer - Level IV – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical


Education
:
  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license. 2
Experience:  A minimum of 8 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, with a minimum of 3 years experience related to the RFP.
 

Engineer - Level III – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical

Education:  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license. 2

Experience:  A minimum of 5 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects, with a minimum of 2 years experience related to the RFP.

 

Engineer - Level II – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical


Education:
  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.3
Experience:  A minimum of 2 years experience in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering projects.
 

Engineer - Level I – Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical

Education:  Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline or a related science from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience3.

Experience:  Knowledge in Chemical, Civil, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering projects

 

Analyst - Level IV – Logistics, Test and Evaluation,
Configuration Management, and field testing.

Education:  Bachelors Degree in Arts or Sciences from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license, or equivalent experience. 3

Experience: 10 years experience in analysis techniques required by the RFP.

 

Analyst - Level III – Logistics, Test and Evaluation,
Configuration Management, and field testing.

Education:  Bachelors Degree in Arts or Sciences from an accredited college or university, or a professional engineer’s license, or equivalent experience. 3

Experience: 5 years experience in analysis techniques required by the RFP.

 

Analyst - Level II

Education:  A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience.3

Experience:  2 years experience in a safety-related field such as systems safety analysis or accident investigation.

 

Analyst - Level I – Logistics, Test and Evaluation,
Configuration Management, and field testing.

 

Education:  Associates Degree in Arts or Sciences or equivalent experience. 3

Experience:  One year's experience in analysis techniques required by the RFP.  Equivalent experience may be substituted for an associate's degree, with two years experience equaling one year of college

 

Risk Management Analyst - Level III

Education:  A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience. 3

Experience:  10 years experience in a safety-related field such as systems safety analysis or accident investigation.

 

Risk Management Analyst - Level II

Education:  A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience. 3

Experience:  5 years experience in a safety-related field such as systems safety analysis or accident investigation.

 

Risk Management Analyst - Level I

Education:  A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience.3

Experience:  2 years experience in a safety-related field such as systems safety analysis or accident investigation.

 

Engineering Investigator - Level III

Education:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience.3

Experience:  A minimum of 10 years experience in engineering mishap and accident investigations, reporting, and procedures.

 

Engineering Investigator - Level II

Education:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent Experience.3

Experience:  A minimum of 5 years Experience in engineering mishap and accident investigations, reporting, and procedures.

 

Engineering Investigator - Level I

Education:  Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience. 3

Experience:  A minimum of 2 years experience in analyzing, reporting, and documenting engineering mishap and accident investigations.

 

Engineering Technician - Level III

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.

Experience:  10 years experience in tasks and disciplines directly related to the Statement of Work.

 

Engineering Technician - Level II

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.

Experience:  5 years experience in tasks and disciplines directly related to the Statement of Work.

 

Engineering Technician - Level I

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.

Experience:  1 year's experience in tasks and disciplines directly related to the Statement of Work.

 

Designer - Level II

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent, and a background in an engineering discipline.

Experience:  5 years experience performing tasks requiring skill in drafting methods, procedures, designs, and techniques, while translating specification requirements, design practices, and design standards into a finished product, 2 years of which involve working with CAD CAM.

 

Designer - Level I

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent, and a background in an engineering discipline.

Experience:  2 years experience performing tasks requiring skill in drafting methods, procedures, designs, and techniques, while translating specification requirements, design practices, and design standards into a finished product, 1 year of which involves working with CAD CAM.

 

Training Specialist - Level III

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Sciences from an accredited college or university or equivalent Experience. 3  Completion of formal or practical training in instructional methods and systems.

Experience:  10 years applied experience as an instructor.  Subject matter expertise in the subject taught.

 

Training Specialist – Level II

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Sciences from an accredited college or university or equivalent Experience. 3  Completion of formal or practical training in instructional methods and systems.

Experience:  5 years applied experience as an instructor.  Subject matter expertise in the subject taught.

 

Training Specialist – Level I

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.  Completion of formal or practical training in instructional methods and systems.

Experience: 2 years applied experience as an instructor.  Subject matter expertise in the subject taught.

 

CAD Operator

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.  Formal CAD Training.

Experience:  1 year's experience in CAD operation.

 

Technical Editor

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  6 years experience in the planning, preparation, or editing of various types of technical documentation for major engineering projects.  A Bachelor’s Degree in English or Journalism may be substituted for 4 of these 6 years experience.

 
Administrative Assistant – Level IV

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent and advanced training. 4

Experience: 8 years experience as Administrative Assistant on major engineering projects.

 

Administrative Assistant – Level III

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent and advanced training.

Experience:  5 years experience as Administrative Assistant on major engineering projects.

 

Administrative Assistant – Level II

Education:  High School graduate or GED, or graduate of a data-entry trade school.

Experience:  2 years experience in common word processing and data management software.

 

Administrative Assistant – Level I

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  Entry level experience as an administrative assistant.

 

Field Services Supervisor

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.  Graduate of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military training, or shipyard apprentice program.

Experience:  Eight years hands-on experience performing field engineering tasks, three years of which is in a supervisory capacity.

 

Field Services Logistician - Level II

Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  5 years experience in material procurement, management, and control.

 

Field Services Logistician - Level I

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  3 years experience in logistics support for systems and equipment.

 

Quality Assurance Inspector

Education: High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  8 years experience in the installation of shipboard systems and equipment.  5 years Experience performing quality assurance and control inspections.

 

Installation Mechanic

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  Completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

 

Shipfitter

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  Completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

 

Pipefitter

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  Completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

 

Electrician

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  Completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

 

Welder

Education:  High School graduate or equivalent.  Equivalent includes a GED, completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.

Experience:  Completion of an accredited trade school, industrial school, appropriate military school, or 4-year apprentice program.  Holds appropriate certificates for the work ordered.

 

Maintenance Trades Helper

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.

 

Drafter

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.

Experience: 1 year's hands-on CAD-CAM experience.

 

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level IV

Education:  High School graduate, or GED equivalent.  Formal training in HVAC/Refrigeration systems, OSHA Safety.

Experience: Hands on experience with industrial HVAC systems and sheet metal repair.  3 years Experience in engineering site supervision.

 

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level III

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  Hands on experience with industrial HVAC systems and sheet metal repair.  1 year's Experience in engineering site supervision.

 

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level II

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  Hands on experience with industrial HVAC systems and sheet metal repair.

 

Mechanical Hygiene Technician - Level I

Education:  High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience:  Working knowledge of industrial HVAC systems.

 

Corrosion Technician Level IV:

Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience: 5 years experience in preparation of surfaces (removal of old coatings and corrosion with abrasive-blast, water-jetting, power-tool, and/or hand-tool), and application of new coating systems employing industry, government, and/or manufacturers specifications and standards. Trained and/or knowledgeable in all aspects of corrosion identification, corrosion control, surface preparation standards, use of various hand and power tools, and coating application methodologies. Knowledgeable of relevant local, state and federal environmental and safety requirements, including environmental compliance.

 
 

Corrosion Technician Level III:

Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience: 3 years experience in preparation of surfaces (removal of old coatings and corrosion with abrasive-blast, water-jetting, power-tool, and/or hand-tool), and application of new coating systems employing industry, government, and/or manufacturers specifications and standards. Trained and/or knowledgeable in all aspects of corrosion identification, corrosion control, surface preparation standards, use of various hand and power tools, and coating application methodologies. Knowledgeable of relevant local, state and federal environmental and safety requirements, including environmental compliance.

 
 

Corrosion Technician Level II:

Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience: Hands-on experience in preparation of surfaces (removal of old coatings and corrosion with abrasive-blast, water-jetting, power-tool, and/or hand-tool), and application of new coating systems. Trained and/or knowledgeable in basic, corrosion control, surface preparation standards, use of various hand and power tools, and coating application methodologies. Aware of relevant local, state and federal environmental and safety requirements, including environmental compliance.

 
 

Corrosion Technician Level I:

Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent.

Experience: Working knowledge of surface preparation, application of new coating systems, use of various hand and power tools and coating application methodologies. Aware of relevant local, state and federal environmental and safety requirements, including environmental compliance

 

 

Footnotes:  Labor Category Educational Requirements Policy of George G. Sharp, Inc., based, in part, on Department of Labor Guidelines, 29 CFR Part 541. 
 

Executive Positions.  Executive positions are those of substantial responsibility and authority, whose primary duty is to manage a portion of our business.  People in Executive positions typically supervise two or more people, and regularly exercise discretionary powers.  SHARP typically requires a bachelors degree for Executive positions, but will not bar an otherwise qualified individual due to the lack of a degree.
 

Learned Professions.  Learned professions are those that require advanced knowledge that is customarily acquired by a prolonged course of specialized intellectual instruction and study, as distinguished from an apprenticeship or on-the-job training.  For SHARP, Engineers fall into this category.  SHARP requires a Bachelors Degree for these positions, unless knowledge and expertise can otherwise be shown through attainment of a Professional Engineer’s License.
 

Technical Specialist Positions.  Technical Specialist positions are those that require highly specialized skills in a specific field.  Obtaining such a skill requires a combination of training and experience that can be obtained either in college, specialized courses, or on-the-job.  For equivalency purposes, SHARP generally accepts time spent in college or specialized courses in lieu of on-the-job experience, on a two-for-one basis (one year of college equals two years on-the-job).
 

Administrative Positions.  Administrative positions are those that are related to the management and general business operations of SHARP.  Senior administrators regularly exercise discretion and judgement, can be called upon to supervise junior administrative personnel, and provide direct professional advice and assistance to senior executives.  SHARP desires advanced training beyond high school for senior administrators, but will not bar otherwise qualified individuals due to the lack of advanced training.

 


Maximum Order Limitations: $750,000.00
Minimum Order: $100.00
Geographic Coverage:
(Delivery Area)
Contractor will provide domestic delivery only
Point(s) of Production:
(city, county, and State or foreign country)
Same as Contractor
Discount from list prices or statement of net price: GSA Prices shown herein are Net
Quantity Discounts: Sharp may negotiate discounts on orders that exceed the maximum order value and exceed a twelve month performance period
Prompt Payment Terms: Net 30
Annotate if Government Commercial Credit Card is accepted: Yes
Discount for payment by Government Commercial Credit card: None
Terms and Conditions of Government Commercial Credit Card Acceptance (if applicable): None
Foreign Items (list items by country of origin): None
Time of Delivery: Specific delivery time will be negotiated on individual orders
FOB Point(s): Destination
Ordering Address: George G. Sharp, Inc.
635 Slaters Lane, Suite 200
Alexandria, Virginia 22314-1109
Attn:  David Odenwelder
DOdenwelder@georgesharp.com
Payment Address: George G. Sharp, Inc.
22 Cortlandt Street, 10th Flr
New York, NY 10007-3518
Attn:  Mr. Al Seneca (212) 732-2800
Registered in Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database: Yes
   

George G. Sharp, Inc. certifies that the items, discounts, prices, terms and conditions in this pricelist are identical to those accepted by the Government, and that only those products accepted by the Government are included in this pricelist.
Pierre Petitjean
Vice President, Washington Office