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International Police Peacekeeping Operations Support (IPPOS)

Virginia, United States
Government : Federal
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This Request for Proposal 19AQMM19R0082 solicitation is setaside for 100% Small Businesses.  The North American Industry Classification System Code (NAICS) is 541611.  It is the responsibility of the interested parties to monitor the FedBizOpps site for additional information pertaining to this RFP.  


Responses must be submitted via email to Jo-Ann Stewart, The closing date for response is August 28, 2019 at 3:00 pm EST. All questions concerning this RFP must be submitted by sending an email to Ms. Stewart no later than 12:00 Noon August 15, 2019. Questions received after that date may not be answered prior to the date established for the receipt of proposals. All Government responses to questions will be made available on No phone call will be accepted.


The requirement is to support U.S. government efforts to enhance the operational effectiveness of police in peacekeeping operations. The goal of this program is to improve the capacity of partner countries to generate, train, deploy, and lead effective police officers and units in UN Peacekeeping missions by providing capacity-building support and specialized training. The International Police Peacekeeping Operations Support (IPPOS) has a multi-pronged approach: (1) Build institutional sustainability to improve the management, logistical, and administrative capacities that contribute to high-quality deployments; (2) Collaborate with UN Police Division to improve doctrine, develop UN training standards for police, and certify UN instructors; (3) Develop local training staff and mentor them as they deliver UN required pre-deployment training to Formed Police Units (FPUs) and Individual Police Officers (IPOs); and, (4) Train FPU commanders, FPU mechanics, and FPU units in areas that include, but are not limited to, leadership, firearms, VIP protection, and equipment maintenance.

The IPPOS program consists of seven (7) discrete components:

• Capacity building and organizational development expertise
• Specialized trainings (ex: command staff, trainer development, VIP protection)
• Pre-deployment training mentoring
• Training equipment procurement and delivery
• Curriculum sustainment and development
• Subject matter expertise on a variety of police peacekeeping issues
• Building Maintenance and Minor Repair

Each component is considered to be independently executable. INL develops a country-specific strategy for each partner country. The contractor shall perform any of the elements separately upon request. Based on the multilateral nature of police peacekeeping, INL is unable to predict all of the needed requirements for each country at contract award. Current missions are successful due to flexibility and responsiveness to the conditions in each unique PCC partner country.

JoAnn Stewart, Senior Management Analyst, Contractor MicroSystems Automation Gr, Phone 7038756646, Fax 7038756085, Email - Reaver T. Clements, Contracting Officer, Phone 703-875-5077, Fax 703-875-6085, Email

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