Detroit p&dc

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Notice of USPS decision to consolidate all originating ... - APWU

LABOR RELATIONS

N UNITEDSTIITES

POSTAL SERVICE

August 3, 2009

Mr. William Burrus

President

American Postal Workers

Union, AFL-CIO

1300 L Street, NW

Washington, DC 20005-4128

Dear Bill:

This is to inform you of the Postal Service's decisionto transfer originating operations,

except Priority Mail, from the Detroit Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) to the

Michigan MetroPlex, Michigan P&DC.

On May 8, 2006, you were advised of our intent to conduct an Area Mail Processing

(AMP) feasibility study. After review, it was decided that this consolidation is in the best

interest of the Postal Service. Implementation of the Detroit AMP is expected to be

completed by October. Enclosed, per your request is a copy of the completed study.

The Postal Service must continually look to improve productivity and increase efficiency

while maintaining excellent service. The decline in mail volume and revenues due to the

economic downturn has only heightened the need for such improvements. The

consolidation of operations from the Detroit P&DC to the Michigan MetroPlex P&DC will

allow us to accomplish this goal by making better use of excess space, staffing, and

equipment, and to process mail more efficiently.

It is projected that this consolidation will result in significant savings for the Postal

Service. Some affected career employees may be reassigned to the Michigan MetroPlex

P&DC or to other vacant positions. Reassignments will be made in accordance with the

coUective bargaining agreement.

If you have questions, or need additional information, please contact Mary Hercules at

(202) 268-4356.

Sincerely,

. \ . .

.'\J~J \~\~Ai-

1:

John W. Dockirls

_ Manager

,f Contract Administration

Enclosure

475 t.:ENFAN'T PLAZA SW

WASHII'GTCI' DC 20260-4100

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Type of Distribution to Consolidate:i Originating

Facility Name & Type:j Detroit P&DC

Street Address:. 1401 W Fort Sueet

City:! Detroit

Stal8:! MI

50 Facility ZIP Code: I 48233

District:I Detroit

Area:[ Great Lakes

Finance Number:i 252492

Current 3D ZIP Code{sj:, 481,482

Miles to Gaining Facility:! 35.7

EXFC office:! Yes

Plant Manager:I (Left Blank Intentionally)

Senior Plant Manager:; Efrain Alvarado

District Manager:i Nancy Rettinhouse

Facility Type after AMP:; DOC

MODS/BPI Office

Facility Name & Type:! Michigan MetroPlex P&De

Street Address:! 711 N. GlenwoOO

City:! Pontiac

State: I Mi

50 Facility ZIP Code:i 48340

Dlstrlct:j Southeast Michigan

Area:; Great Lakes

Finance Number:, 258231

Current 3D ZIP Code(s):! 480,463

EXFC office:) Yes

Plant Manager:I (Left Blank lntentionally)

Senior Plant Manager:I Peter Edward

District Manager.i Kelly M. Sigmon

Start of Study:: 12/04/06

Date Range of Data:

Processing Days per Year: 310

Bargaining Unit Hours per Year: 1,750

EAS Hours per Year: 1,825

Date of HQ memo, DAR Factors/Cost ofSorrowing!

Jul-Q1-2007 : Jun-30-2008

New

November 28, 2008

Facility Start-up Costs Update f------'---------j

Date & Time this workbook was last saved:

7/291200913:16

Area Vice President:!

Senior Vice President, Operatlons:1

Area AMP Coordinator:!

HQ AMP Coordlnator:j

Jo Ann Felndt

William P. Galligan

Nancy Schoenbeck

Roland Smith

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Summary Narrative

Last saved: July 29, 2009

Losing Facility Name end Type: Detroit P&DC

Current 3DZIPCode(s): 481,482

Type of Distribution to Consolidate: Originating

Gaining Facility Name and Type: Michigan MeiroPlex P&DC

Current 3D ZIPCode s : 480, 483

1. BACKGROUND

The DetrOit P&nC Is a USPS owned facility that processes all 0lfglFlaling and DeslinatJngmaDfotttie 481-482 ZIP

Code range. It serves as an ADO, MOO. L009, and LOn site. Along withmail processing operations. the building

houses a retail unit, district offices for the Detroit Performance Clusler, Inspection Services regional offices and s'

Business Mail EntryUnit(BMEU). The Detroit P&De is located approximately 36 milesfrom the Michigan Metroplex

P&DCIn Pontiac, MI.

Forthetime period used for the baseline AMP data (July1, 2007 - June 30,2008), the Function 1 processing for the

480SCFsnd 483SCFconsisted of fourmainmailprocessing facilities. The Royal OakP&CO was Ina USPS

owned bundlng that housed letter mail operations including operations associated with collection mall. The Troy

Automation Facility(TAF)wasa leasedfacilitythat housed fl8t: and parceloperations and the P&DCadministrative

offices. 0001 had a totalof 21 OBCS machines and 6 docks. DDC2hada tolal of 18DBCS machines and7 docks.

Both DOC'swere leasedfacilities. Mail processing operations alsotook place at the Southfield andUtIcaIStertlng

Associate Offices(LOC41). Mailprocessing operations from thesesix locations were consolidated into the new

Michigan Metroplex P&DC located In the clty of Pontiac, MI in summerand fallof 2008(Which Is afterthe period used

for currentbaseline data). Datafor the baseline tlmeframe was not fromthe four most recent quartersto avoid

splitting the baseline tsneframe between the old facilities and newone.

The total FHPto be Iransferred (average dailyvolume) is 1.050,499 pieces.

The Detroit P&Oe and the Michigan Metroplex P&De will continue to sendoriginating Priority and Express Mailto

the DetroitPMCfor processing, as they currently do. The DetroitP&DC wDI continue to process its Registry Mail,

CFS mail, LOOS mail, L011 mail, mis-sent, loopmall, BMEU and dropshipments. Further, any operations that

process sacks, bundles, small parcels and rolls(SPRs), or large parcels will remain at the DetroitP&OC and will nol

experience a serviceimpact.

2. FINANCIAL SUMMARY

Processing Craft Workhour Savings

= $4,282,219

Non-Processing Craft Workhour Savings (lessMaintlTrans)

=

$8,220

PCES/EAS Workhour Savings = $183,062

Transportation Savings = ($848,447)

Maintenance Savings = $821,066

Space Savings = $0

Total Annual Savings

= $4,448,180

Total One-Time Costs = $158.695

Total First Year Savings = $4,287,465

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3. CUSTOMER SERVICE CQNSIDERATI0N§:

The service standardsfor outgoing First Class Mail from the Detroit P&DC and the Michigan Metroplex P&DC are

unchanged.

The proposedAMP would not have any customer or service impactsto Priority Mail. The service standards for

outgoing Priority Mail from the Detroit P&DC and the Michigan Metroplex P~DC are unchanged.

There will be no changesto the Retail or BMEU units at each facility as a result of the AMP.

4. NSID

FY 2009Quarter3 Service Performance

Service Detroit Metropll!lx

Standard P&OC P&OC

EXFOOIN 96.36 96.79

EXFC 2~ay- 95.07 94..92

EXFC3-day 93.49 ~23

5. STAEANG IMPACTS

Movementof mail will have an Impact On staffingand will require movementof personnel. A total of 128 FTE

Function 1 positionsat the Detroit P&De will be affected by implementation of the AMP with en incre8$8of 104 FTE

Function 1 positionsat the Michigan Metroplex F&DC. This Is a net decrease of 24 FTEmail proeessJng positJons.

Function 3A in Detroit will not reduce. The MichiganMetroplex P&DC will increase 2 FTE PVS driversfor one

additionalscheduled trip to Detroit Metropolitiln Aitport(DTW).

Sixteen (16) FTE Function 38 positions at the DetroitP&DC will be impacted by the AMP. The Michigan Metroplex

P&DC would edd 7 FTE Function3B positions, This is a net decreaseof 9 FTE In Maintenance. Overtime will be

reduoedto compensatefor 1.5 FTE Included in the mairrtBnancesavlngs. $103,679In CUstodial Savings are

achieved as part of changes In Maintenance.

The net changetoall craft staffing is a reductionof 31 FTE positions.

The proposedAMPwill also result in a net reductionof 2 EAS supervisory position.

SDOs to Craft 1

(1". target)

1 : 29

1 : 25

MDOs+SQOS 10 Craft'l

(122 taoget)

1 : 24

1 : 22

SOOs to Craft I

(1,25 target)

1 :26

1 : 25

M[)()s+SDOs to Craft1

(1;22 target)

1 : 22

1 : 22

, Craft" FTR'I'PTR'I'PTF+Casuals

2 Craft '" F1 + F4 at Losn;; F1 Qnly at Gaining

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e. EQUIPMENt RELOCATION

Three ClOSS E mectsnee will be transferred from the Delro~ P&DC to the Michigan Metroplex P&OC.·· The De1rOlt

P&DC will receive three regular CBCS machines from the Metioplex P&DC to replace 1he DIOSS equipment. The

nine AFCSJOCR with BDS and VFS at Detroit P&DC wnl no longer be utilized by eitherfacility. The expense

associated with reJo~tlng the excess equipment Is not included in the AMP.

The DAR does not explicitly include moniesfor equipmentrelocation frorn. the Detroit P&DC.

Z. TRANSPORTATION CHANGES

The AMP transportation planincludesnew hubsat the Brighton PostOffIce, Ann Arbor Post Office, and the Priority

Mail C8nterfor collection mall. All trucks that take mail toa hub facility wil/.1hen go directly to the Michigan Metroplex

P&DC. Additional work hourswere added to LDC 17(Operation 210)to accountforthe additional workscopeon the

dock al these new hubs. Mail will travel from the Brightonand Ann Arbor hubs to the Michigan MetroplexP&DC on

new transportationroutes. Mall from the PriorityMail center hub will travel on existinQ transportation routes.

Consideration was given to creating a consolidationhub for collections from the ~2 stations. Due to Its northern

locationand proximityto 1·75, the Oak Park Post Office wasidentified as a possiblesite. The travel time a'nd distance

from Oak Park 10 MI Metroplex P&DC is 40 minutesand 25.4 miles. New trarispor13tlon wo~d be reqUired between

Oak Park and MI Metroplex10support this hub. The Southfield Post Office wasalso considered as a possible

consolidation point. Travel time and distance from Soulhfleld to MI MetroplexP&DC Is 30 minutes and 16.3 mllas.

Newtrips on existing HCR service would be neededto support this hub. Trips to carry collections to either po1ential

site would be detoursof approximately26 existing collectionschedulesto drop off only the AMP products(first class,

single piece,stamped and metered letters and flats). All such trips currentlystart and end at the Detroit P&DC and

will continueto do so whether a consolidationhub Is established or not Anyad....antage in distance to eitherplant

from either hub is offset by the distance to each hub from the 482 stations.Additional workhours would be required

at either hub location to perfonn the new work, either: censo6dating volumesto maximize vehicle utilization, or cross

dock handling from Inbound collectiontripsto outbound MI Metroplexdispatches.Additional transportationwould

also be requiredat either hub-to repositionMTE generated by consolidation. If collections were crossdocked without

being consolidated,additional transportationwol.lld be rEl!qufrEldfrom MI Metroplexto reposition MTEfrom the Detroit

stations. With volume decreases the last year, the 482co1llpctlon hub conceptwas abandoned. tt was decidedto

bring the volume intothe Detroit P&DC for consolidation, thus reducingestimatedtransportationend lebor costs.

After the Implementation of the AMF', theDetroft and Soirtheast Ml Perfonnanee ClJsters will monitorthe mall flow to

the MI Metroplex P&DC and review the traffic patternsfrom DetroitP&DC10 Metroplex P&DC. If it appears thatthe

originating mail flow from the SCF 482 Is detrimentalto the originating clearancetimes. the Oak Park hub will be

reinvestigated and created.

Work hourswere added to LDC 34 (Operation 766) for oneaddilional PVS schedule between the Michigan

Metroplex P&DCand the Detroit Metroporrtan Airport (DTW). This new schedule Is requiredfor the addltlonaivolume

of 3-dayoutgoing mall dlspatehedfrom the Metroplex to the world.

long haul surface trip costs areestimated at the current rate/milemultiplied by the roundtripdistance to Pontiacfrom

Detroil.

Long Haul Surface-TraosportatiQQ has,been reviewed and becaUS$ DetroIt P&OC(481) is the Area DistrIbution

Center (ADC) for480-489and 492; J.I has been deiermlnedthat allfong hali't1'8osportat\On must continue to stop at

the Detroit P& DC in order to meet the operatin'g planfor'Cleitinating prooesslng.lfthe-stops at Detroit P&DCwere

eliminated, AOQ-voIJ-,llllU would ~t&'~:docIOJ;af)sfeifred:'b:adcfQ(,procesaln9. Additional travel time aklnewould

shortentheprocessingWindGw by nearly twotiOurs. These-tripS alsoCarrY AN:JC volumesfor the sarne service area.

If the stops at Detroit wereeliminated. the AAOe volumeswould also haveto be dock transferredbackfor

connection to 8Cheduled transportation. EliminatIngthe Detroit stopson the destlnatlngtrips would add at least one

additionalhandling to every container on e....erytrip. On the outbound side, Detroit P&DC mustremainas a service

point 10 transport originating volumes that Will continue10be worked at the 481 facility as well as all dock transfer

volumes from Flint, Saginaw, lansing, Toledo and Grand RapidsSurface Pref. If Detroit were no longer a service

point on the outboundtrips, then newtransportationwould be neededtosupport outgoingdispatch from these

facilities.

Total annual transportationcost Is $846,407 of which $776,905 accountsfor changesto HighwayContract Routes

(HCR) and $14,093 accoun1s for changes to PVS and LOC34 for $55,408. Differenceof $1 from Executive

Summary Is due to rounding.

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8. OTHER POTENTIAL COST SAVINGS

The Detroit pace Clirrentlyuses the Wichita REO while the Michigan Metroplex P&De utilizes the Salt Lake City

REO. It is assumed1hat letter and flat images from the Detroit pace would be processed by the Sail Lake City REO

underthe proposed AMP.

9. MICHIGAN METRQPtEX CONSQUPATIQN DAR IMPACTS

Prior to the AMP occurring the following four Function 1 facilities were consolidated into one buildIng,the Michigan

Metroplex P&Oe. The facilities were the Royal Oak P&Oe (Bellingham building), Troy Automation Facility (TAF),

DOC.1 (BOSH), DDe-2 (Indusco BUilding). As stated in the DAR, this consolidatlonwasestimated to result in an

annual savingsof 65,077 work hours. In the AMPworkbook, the Michigan Metroplax basehas not beenadjusted to

account for the reduction In Function 1 hours (65,077 hOUrs) or complement(37 FTEl associated with the

consolidation. Events outside the scope & llmeline of the AMP are notincluded in the base of the AMP workbook.

While not explicitly addressed inthe DAR for the MiChigan Metroplex P&De, demand for Powered IndustrialVehicle

(PIV) operations In the newMichigan Metroplex i$ much greater than in the previous Royal Oak PaDC. This

Increasain demand is not reflected in the gaIning site base work hours used for the AMP study. The base work

hours for the gaining site is from the tlm'eperiod of July 1, 2007 toJune 30, 2008. During this time period the gaining

site waslocated at the Royal Oak P&OC. The Royal Oak P&DC was a'oollectlon oftour smaller buildings In which

the distance from the machinesto the dock was relatively short. Relativelyfew work hours were spent transporting

mail and those hours were not logged to Operation229 and 230 becausethe method of transport was walking. The

Michigan Metroplex P&De, however, Is a single large building where a long diStanceseparates the machines and the

dock. Thegrealerdistance requresa different method of transport - La. Powered IndustrialVehicles. The

additional work hours due to increased PIV operations in the Metroplex: Is estimatedto be 17,161'p8f year.

10. MICHIGAN METROPLEX MATERIAL HANDLING DAR IMPACTS

The new Michigan Metroplex building has an extensive material handling system. The system was sized, deSigned,

and built to accommodatethe mall volumes from all Function 1 faciliti8$ in Southeast Michigan PerformanceCluster

and the proposed collection volumes from the Detroit P&DC. It was not designed, $ized. or built to accommodate

originating first class presort letter tray volume (Operation(02). /UJ stated in the DAR, the expected annual work

hour savings is 132,112. In the AMP workbook the Michigan Metroplex base has not bean reduced to aceountfor

these savings In work hours or complement. Eventsoutside the scope & tlmellne of the AMP arenot IncludedIn the

base of the AMP workbook.

11. EXISTING SATURDAY AMP IMPACT

Since September 24, 2005, the Micl1igan Metroplex P&De (former1y the Royal oak P&De) has cancelled Detroit's

originating letters and flats on Saturdays and some holidays. The base volume and INOrk hours In the AMP Workbook

were not adjustedto aCC01,1nt for the existing Saturday AMP.

12. FUNCTION 4 DPS IMPACTS

For the time period used for the baseline AMP data (July 1, 2007 - June 30. 2008), some Southeast Michigan District

DPS zones were processed on DBCS machines at twoAssociate Offices, the Southfield Post Office and the

UticaJSterllng Heights Post Office. Other Southeast Michigan District OPS zones were precessed on CSBCS

machines in three other /UJsociate Offices. The Michigan MetropJex currenUy processes allof these DPS zones but

base volume and work hours in the AMP wolkbook were not adjustedfor these LOC 41 operations.

13. MICHIGAN METROPLEX DAR I EXPANSION OR RENOVATION

The DAR for the Michigan Metroplex P&OCwas approved by the Board of Governors. There are no expansion or

renovation projects associated with thIsAMP. Demolition costs for the 010 Barney system at the Detroit P&OC are

included.

14. FLOW ADJUSTMENTS

Flow adjustments totaling 3,225 annual wot1< hours were made to twooperations, one belonging to the losing site

and one for the gaining site.

Losing Perfonnance Cluster

• Operation 210 LDC 17

InboundDock Operations

1,802 wot1< hours

Geinlng Performance Cluster

• Operation 766 LDC 34 TractorTrailer Operator 1,423 work hours

Please refer the secUon ebove on Transportation Changes to explain the rationale for the flow adjustmentsto

operations 210 and 766.

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15. ActIon Plan forSPRS

Great Lakes hasdecidedthat the best course of actionfor.SPRSwi!1 be toconsolidate the volumehom all three

sltes:Flint, Michigan Metroplex. and Detroit. This will allow us to increase our overall efficiency and reduce costs as

well as maintain service for allour customers.

Consideration Is beIns given to twomain plans:

1. All OriginatIng 111 class $PRS will be processed at the P1

Destinating Fad EX Priorlty wm·be processed at the BMC

The DetroitP&OCwi11 process all Outsides

2. Destinating SPRS and Priority will be processed at the P1

TheDetroit P&DC will process all Originating SPRS.

The finaldecision and implementationof one.ot these plansshould occur within the next monlh.

16. WARN ACT COMPLIANCE:The PostalServIee ensuresthai Itsstandardpractices comply withthe Workers

Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act, mere they may be applicable.

17. SUMMARY

TheAMP proposalto processoriginatingcollection singlepiece mativolumesfrom the losingfacility Detroit P&DCto

the gainingfacility MichiganMetroplex P&DCindicatesa Totaf First Year Savingsof $4,287,465 which Includes a

onetime cost of $158,695. From that pointon the Annual savings would be $4,446,160.

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Losing Facility Name and Typa: Detroit P&DC

CUmlnl3D ZIPCode(s): 4&1, 462

Type of Distribution to Consolidam: OrlgiMting

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Cumnt 3D:Z1P C!d-taY: 4e9J 483

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Stakeholders Notification

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Sandra D. Laemmel PreSident, NALC 05I08I2006

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Michael Tesfamlkael WayneCounty COmmunIty College 05I0812iJ06

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Karan Jacobs

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Package Page36 AMP Slalli~ • PCES/EAS


Staffing - Craft

LastSaved: July 29, 2009

Losing Facility: Detroit P&DC Finance Number: 252492

Data Extraction Date: 12112108

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (5)

Craft Positions Casuals PartTime Full Time Total Total

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Package Page38

AMP Maintenance


Transportation· PVS

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480MR 69191 $122337 $t.n 69191 122 337 1.77

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Customer Service Issues

1I11Saved: ~29,2009

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Space Evaluation and Other Costs

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LABOR RELATIONS N UNITEDSTIITES POSTAL SERVICE August 3, 2009 Mr. William Burrus President American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO 1300 L Street, NW Washing<strong>to</strong>n, DC 20005-4128 Dear Bill: This is <strong>to</strong> inform you <strong>of</strong> the Postal Service's <strong>decision</strong> <strong>to</strong> transfer <strong>originating</strong> operations, except Priority Mail, from the Detroit Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) <strong>to</strong> the Michigan MetroPlex, Michigan P&DC. On May 8, 2006, you were advised <strong>of</strong> our intent <strong>to</strong> conduct an Area Mail Processing (AMP) feasibility study. After review, it was decided that this consolidation is in the best interest <strong>of</strong> the Postal Service. Implementation <strong>of</strong> the Detroit AMP is expected <strong>to</strong> be completed by Oc<strong>to</strong>ber. Enclosed, per your request is a copy <strong>of</strong> the completed study. The Postal Service must continu<strong>all</strong>y look <strong>to</strong> improve productivity and increase efficiency while maintaining excellent service. The decline in mail volume and revenues due <strong>to</strong> the economic downturn has only heightened the need for such improvements. The consolidation <strong>of</strong> operations from the Detroit P&DC <strong>to</strong> the Michigan MetroPlex P&DC will <strong>all</strong>ow us <strong>to</strong> accomplish this goal by making better use <strong>of</strong> excess space, staffing, and equipment, and <strong>to</strong> process mail more efficiently. It is projected that this consolidation will result in significant savings for the Postal Service. Some affected career employees may be reassigned <strong>to</strong> the Michigan MetroPlex P&DC or <strong>to</strong> other vacant positions. Reassignments will be made in accordance with the coUective bargaining agreement. If you have questions, or need additional information, please contact Mary Hercules at (202) 268-4356. Sincerely, . \ . . .'\J~J \~\~Ai- 1: John W. Dockirls _ Manager ,f Contract Administration Enclosure 475 t.:ENFAN'T PLAZA SW WASHII'GTCI' DC 20260-4100 WMN.<strong>USPS</strong>,~

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Sours: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/36548559/notice-of-usps-decision-to-consolidate-all-originating-apwu

The U.S. Postal Service plans to issue a Fixed Price Contract to complete a CCTV System Upgrades project for the Detroit, MI – Processing and Distribution Center. All work will be done in accordance with USPS approved specifications and drawings.

The estimated cost range of the project is $2,200,000 to $2,300,000 with construction completion within 210 calendar days from the receipt of notice to proceed. Contractors must submit a Qualification Statement and a Management Plan with their price proposal. Only the most qualified contractors will be considered.

To be considered, a company must meet the following minimum requirements:

(1) Contractors must be licensed, as required by the State, to perform the work as stated in this solicitation. USPS does not exempt suppliers from licensure for federal projects unless indicated otherwise in the solicitation.

(2) Contractors must have been in the construction business for a minimum of five years as of the date of this solicitation. There is no requirement that eligible contracting firms remained the identical entity for the five-year period, although legal entity changes (such as from a partnership to a corporation) that occurred during this five-year period should be clearly explained, and if key personnel were retained, this should also be clearly explained.

(3) Contractor must be capable of obtaining performance and payment bonds for 100% of the contract price.

(4) Contractors must provide their EMR rating on insurance company letterhead. If the EMR rating is greater than 1.0, the contractor must provide an explanation from its insurance company in order to be given further consideration for prequalification.

(5) Company must submit information for three comparable projects that have either been completed within the past five years or are currently ongoing. Comparable projects are defined as projects with similar scopes of work and costs of $1,000,000 or more.

The Qualification Statements will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria stated in the solicitation documents: experience/performance and capabilities. The Postal Service is more concerned with obtaining superior technical and management features than with making an award at the lowest overall price. However, the Postal Service will not necessarily make an award at a significantly higher overall price to achieve slightly superior technical or management features. The benefits of a higher priced proposal may merit a higher price. The evaluation factors outlined in Section 2-26.2, of the Supplying Principles and Practices, listed in descending order of importance, will be used in the evaluation of proposals.

PRE‑PROPOSAL MEETING will be conducted on August 05, 2020 at 10:30 am Eastern Time in the Detroit P&DC located at 1401 W. FORT ST, Detroit, MI 48233.

ATTENDANCE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

The SOLICITATION PACKAGE and all applicable attachments are posted in Emptoris. All users must register in the eSourcing program - Emptoris (link below) to gain access to the solicitation documents and submit their proposal.

Submit proposals via Emptoris, the USPS esourcing venue. The link is https://uspsprod.emptoris.com For help with the eSourcing program, please contact the USPS eSourcing at [email protected] or call 1-800-332-0317, options 4 and 5. All contractors are advised to use the tutorial in the upper right hand portion of the screen once you are logged in, to familiarize yourself with the system prior to the event taking place.

If responding to a specific solicitation, please notify us after registration so that we may add you to the invitation list to view the documents.

QUESTIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO Nikhil Soni, [email protected] or Thomas Pio, [email protected] or Robert Ramba, [email protected]

Deadline for questions is noon on 08-20-20.

There will be no public opening of offers. All proposal information received is CONFIDENTIAL until award of a contract. Upon award, the name of the successful offeror and the amount of the contract will be released as public information. The names of offerors and the amount of their offers will not be released as public information. This information is exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, Exception 4.

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Contact Information
Contracting Office Address
  • USPS 10055 E HWY 90
  • KINGSBURY , TX 78638-9998
  • USA
Secondary Point of Contact
History
  • Jul 30, 2020 11:51 am EDTCombined Synopsis/Solicitation (Original)
Sours: https://www.governmentcontracts.us/government-contracts/opportunity-details/NBD00159487362599071.htm?cts=5850b
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Charged Party / Respondent
Legal Representative
Legghio, Christopher
Legghio & Israel, P.C.
306 South Washington Avenue
Suite 600
Royal Oak, MI
48067-3837
(248)398-5900
Charged Party / Respondent
Legal Representative
Merritt, John
American Postal Workers Union, Detroit District Area Local #295, AFL-CIO
20530 Southfield Road
Detroit, MI
48235
(313)532-9305
Charged Party / Respondent
Legal Representative
Boelstler, Megan
Legghio & Israel, P.C.
306 S Washington Ave Ste 600
Royal Oak, MI
48067-3837
(248)398-5900
Involved Party
Legal Representative
Eves, Roderick
United States Postal Service
Office of Deputy Managing Counsel-Field Law Department - NLRB Unit,
1720 Market Street, Room 2400
St. Louis, MO
63155-9948
(314)345-5864
Involved Party
Legal Representative
Kennish, Tonya
United States Postal Service (Law Dept. - NLRB Unit)
Law Department - NLRB Unit
1720 Market Street, Room 2400
St. Louis, MO
63155-9948
(970)879-9698
Charging Party
Individual
Involved Party
Employer
United States Postal Service
1401 Fort Street
US Postal Service Detroit P&DC
Detroit, MI
48233-9401
(313)226-8314
Charged Party / Respondent
Union
Detroit Area Local #295, American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO
20530 Southfield Road
Detroit, MI
48235
(313)532-9035
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Sours: https://www.uspsoig.gov/document/detroit-michigan-processing-and-distribution-center-consodidation
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PROSEGUR Services Group provides an equal employment opportunity. They support diversity and inclusion. They have non-discrimination policy with regard to color, sex, gender, gender identity, national origin, marital status, military status, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, creed, status of transgender, location, disability, or any other characteristics protected by federal, local law or state. They take care of their employee health and well-being. They offer competitive pay and excellent benefit package to their employees. Their employees have access to online benefit portal. The company provide their services of national security and hire trained individuals to meet security issues, budgets and needs.

Location

Multiple locations

Industry

Law Enforcement/Security

Total job postings in the past

Based on 130 job boards, duplications excluded

4 weeks

Average posting lifetime

Total job posting distribution in the past

Based on 130 job boards, duplications excluded
Job categoryDistribution6 months1 year
Protective Services 77.7% 1% 2,379%
Other 4.7% 41% 2,017%
Consulting & Upper Management 2.4% 24% 1,525%
Hospitality & Travel 2.3% 70% 6,100%
Customer Service 2.0% 70% 2,600%
Transportation & Logistics 2.0% 8% 5,300%
Human Resources 1.9% 61% 1,150%
Government & Military 1.6% 24% 1,367%
IT 1.3% 30% 1,600%
Banking 1.0% 15% 833%
Healthcare 0.8% 75% 1,000%
Marketing & PR 0.7% 88% 1,700%
Executive Management 0.6% 69% 42%
Telecommunications 0.3% 83% 42%
Administrative 0.1% 100% 300%
Retail 0.1% 67% 67%
Construction 0.1% 100% 75%
Non-Profit & Volunteering 0.1% 67% 0%
Finance
Education
Engineering
Insurance
Sours: https://lensa.com/usps-detroit-pdc-jobs/detroit/jd/db21fdf2c687f271bb949843ae0d84b5

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