Native Hawaiian Veterans, LLC is a Native Hawaiian Owned, Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), SDB, MBE, UDBE, and EEO/W/M/Vet/Disabled Company that provides services, solutions, and products in the areas of Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Information Technology, Communication Equipment, Professional Staff Augmentation, Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) Remediation, and Strategic Communications/Creative Services.
Our mission is to be a trusted partner earning customer loyalty while fostering growth and profitability for our Ohana and enriching our community.
We are seeking an EM SME East (Emergency Preparedness Assist Visit SME/Emergency Management/Force Health Protection SME) to join our Ohana. This position is remote.
This is a non-personal services contract for technical support in the Navy Medicine Mission Assurance (MA) related program areas of: Emergency Management (EM), Force Health Protection (FHP) and Antiterrorism (AT), and in the functional categories of operations, logistics, information technology, and training and exercises for the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), located at the Defense Health Headquarters in Falls Church, Virginia.
Place of Performance. The assigned Contractor shall provide support to the staff of BUMED Headquarters at the Defense Health Headquarters, located at 7700 Arlington Boulevard, Falls Church, Virginia 22042, with the majority of the support being provided off-site. Training, assessments and other contractor SME support will be conducted at Navy Medicine commands and facilities across the enterprise in direct support of the BUMED headquarters staff.
Provides non-personal, operational and technical contract services as a SME in assisting the NAVMED Emergency Manager Officer (EMO) by conducting Emergency Preparedness Assist Visits (EPAV) as Navy Military Treatment Facilities (MTF).
Coordinate with MTF Medical Emergency Managers (MEM) to schedule the specific dates for the EPAV, based upon a rough schedule approved by the NAVMED EMO.
Conducts in depth reviews of MTFs plans, instructions, After Action Reports (AAR), and other data in order to develop a Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) to be used during site visit phase of the EPAV.
Engage in up to two weeks of travel per month (worldwide) to conduct site visits for EPAVs
Using the approved EPAV checklist conduct the assist visit including any required inventories, with the assistance of the MTF's MEM. Prepare and conduct an in brief and out brief with the MTF leadership at the start and conclusion of the site visit phase of the EPAV.
Draft AARs at the conclusion of each EPAV for submission to the NAVMED EMO for approval.
Assist the NAVMED EMO in carrying out all other duties as may be required.
EP Assistance Visits (EPAVs). The Contractor shall assist BUMED in conducting EPAVs at MTF and non-MTF facilities across the enterprise. These comprehensive reviews shall include the entire scope of all EM related programs, policies and capabilities at the facility and shall consist of two phases: pre-site visit and site visit.
The pre-site visit phase shall include a comprehensive review of all the facility's EM related policy documents, to include EM, Pandemic Influenza (PI), Continuity of Operations (COOP), mass warning and notification, shelter in place, evacuation, and mass casualty response plans, Hazard and Vulnerability Assessments (HVAs), as well as the results of the most recent Medical Inspector General (MEDIG) and Joint Commission reviews. It shall also consist of a comprehensive review of the facility's EM related readiness metrics in all available databases to include the reported on-hand quantities/ percentages of all EM related equipment and pharmaceuticals, including both the H199 and H200 assemblages, and the information reported in the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP). The pre-site visit phase shall also include a review of all reported EM related training and exercises at the facility, and the associated After Action Reports (AARs), including First Receiver Operations Training. The pre-site visit phase shall also include a review of the facility's EM readiness as reported in any BUMED metrics systems, including the Portal for Readiness in Emergency Preparedness (PREP). The pre-site visit phase shall conclude with the development of a comprehensive Plan Of Actions and Milestones (POAM) for improving the EM program at the facility, which shall document all gaps and shortfalls identified during the review of the facility's EM related plans, logistics, training and readiness, and lay out a timeline for implementing all the improvements. The POAM shall be submitted to BUMED EP no later than five working days prior to the start of the site visit phase at the facility. The BUMED EP staff may make changes and additions to the POAM, and a formal approval of the POAM is not required prior to executing the site visit phase.
The site visit phase shall consist primarily of meeting with the MTF Emergency Manager (MEM) or Emergency Management Officer (EMO) for the facility, as well as any other key personnel with EM preparedness related responsibilities, and implementing the recommendations in the pre-site visit POAM. The primary objective of the site visit phase is to implement all of the recommendations possible, attaining maximum readiness and preparedness for the facility's EM program at the conclusion. The site visit phase shall include a pre-visit briefing with the facility's leadership, where in addition to briefing the POAM developed for the facility, the Contractor shall brief the facility's EM program readiness as presented in the BUMED EM metrics program, PREP. Following the completion of the site visit, the Contractor shall conduct a post-visit briefing with the facility's leadership, briefing the accomplishments of the visit, any remaining action items and the overall increase in the facility's EM readiness as reported in PREP.
In conjunction with the EPAV, the Contractor shall conduct a complete inventory of the H200 AMAL at all Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs) where an allowance has been established, and include the results in the EPAV After Action Report (AAR). There are currently 27 MTFs with assigned H200 AMAL allowances that must be inventoried each year, and 25 of the inventories are at Tier 1, 2 or 3 MTFs, with two at Tier 4 MTFs. The total may change as individual allowances are added or deleted in the future. However, these changes are not expected to vary significantly from the current list.
The final step in each EPAV shall be the completion of a comprehensive After Action Report (AAR), which shall be submitted no later than 10 working days following completion of the EPAV for CONUS facilities, and 15 working days for OCONUS facilities. The final AAR shall include the pre-site visit POAM, a summary of the accomplishments during the site visit, a listing of any remaining action items not completed during site visit, the attendees at the facility pre and post-site visit briefings, and a snapshot highlighting the improvements in the facility's EM program readiness before and after the EPAV, as measured in PREP. An EPAV shall be completed for all Tier 1, 2 and 3 MTFs (currently totaling 51 facilities) across the enterprise annually, with additional Tier 4 MTFs and non-MTFs completed as permitted within available funding. The Contractor shall submit a recommended EPAV site visit schedule to BUMED EP for approval within 10 working days following award of the contract, and no later than 30 days prior to the start of each option year. The COR shall approve the EPAV site visit.
The Contractor must have at least three years of emergency management experience and a Bachelor's degree. Experience equivalent to a Bachelor's degree must consist of five years of professional experience in a management or supervisory role. Possess proficiency in Microsoft (MS) Office, including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Outlook. Demonstrates interpersonal and organizational skills.
Contractors shall be able to read, write, and speak English fluently in order to communicate effectively with all personnel for which they shall interact with during performance of this contract. Contractor employees shall have the ability to enunciate with sufficient clarity to be readily understood by line commanders, local administrators, senior officials, and BUMED staff.
Contractors shall possess sufficient initiative, interpersonal relationship skills and social sensitivity such that they can relate constructively to a variety of contacts from diverse background.
Contractors who are required to physically work at BUMED Headquarters shall meet and maintain the requirements for Common Access Card issuance.
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