Government Contract | Alaska
Technical Specialists for State Disaster Support in Alaska

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00002068080

Bid Title: Technical Specialists for State Disaster Support in Alaska

Agency Bid No. Title: 200000057

Received Date: 02/25/2020

Close Date: 03/12/2020

Purchase Type: Term: 03/31/2023 - Option to Renew

Delivery Point: Not Stated, Alaska

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 02/28/2020 12:00 PM, Pre-Bid Conference Optional 02/26/2020 10:00 AM, Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to: Meet with DHS&EM Disaster Assistance or Hazard Mitigation staff to review scope of work, inspectionguidelines and estimating format to be used. Develop deployment plan and methodology for order of inspections. Coordinate with DHS&EM Disaster Assistance Program Manager, Hazard Mitigation Officer, or designee, priorto deployment, to establish dates and times for telephonic conference calls to provide update on inspectionprogress, status and issues while deployed. Contractor may be required to analyze and render eligibility determinations based on criteria provided by theState. Develop a detailed cost estimate and Scope of Work for work items necessary to repair the essential living areaof damaged residential structure. Estimates should be supported by a valid cost estimating methodology, i.e.,RSmeans, Xactimate, MSB, etc. Provide photographs of disaster related real property damage. Provide photographs of disasterrelated personal property, i.e., household furnishings, appliances, clothing, etc. Provide photographs of disaster related transportation, i.e., ATVs, boats, snowmobiles, etc. Verify the residential structure is unlivable due to one of the following: Residence is destroyed. Essential living area as defined by DHS&EM is damaged as a result of the disaster to such an extent as toconstitute a serious health or safety hazard that did not exist before the disaster. Declare whether the house is repairable or requires replacement. Provide separate written documentation and reports for each applicant. Inspection report to include photosand cost estimates for each applicant. Verifier will use own measurement tools, camera or other products used for documentation and estimating. Provide a comprehensive report outlining damages for each claim to DHS&EM staff within 5 working days afterinspection. Meet with DHS&EM Disaster Assistance Program Manager, Hazard Mitigation Officer, or designee, for a postdeployment meeting. Perform activities as needed to assist disaster survivors with the application process by telephone, online, andin-person. Perform case or grant management activities under state guidance. Prepare case or grant management files for further action i.e. payments, requests for information, close- out,etc. Perform database activities.

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Product Code: 99029

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: State of Alaska - Department of Military & Veterans Affairs

State: Alaska

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Bobbi Brauneis, Division of Administrative Services/Procurement 49000 Army Guard Road, Suite B105B, P.O. Box 5800, JBER, Alaska, 99505

Phone: 907-428-7222

Fax: 907-428-7101

Email: bobbi.brauneis@alaska.gov

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