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Performance Work Statement, Migrant Operations Center, 2004-2008

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Company Name:
Wackenhut Corrections Corporation, GEO Group
Contract Number:
ACB-3-C-0008, ACL-4-C-0001, ODT-6-C-0002, ACL-2-C-0004, ACD-03-C-0008
(ACB3C0008, ACL4C0001, ODT6C0002, ACL2C0004, ACD03C0008)
Order Number:
ACL-5-D-0002, HSCEOP-06-J-00180, HSCEOP-06-J-00405, HSCEOP-07-J-00215, HSCEOP-05F-00304, HSCEOP-06-F-00774, HSCEOP-07-F-00255, HSCEOP-06-J-00198, HSCEOP-07-J00452, FDN5D0038, HSCEOP-05-J-00009, HSCEOP-07-J-00271
(ACL5D0002, HSCEOP06J00180, HSCEOP06J00405, HSCEOP07J00215, HSCEOP05F00304,
HSCEOP06F00774, HSCEOP07F00255, HSCEOP06J00198, HSCEOP07J00452, FDN5D0038,
HSCEOP05J00009, HSCEOP07J00271)
Solicitation Number:
ACB-3-R-0041 (ACB3R0041)
Requisition/Reference Number:
DRO-3M-RQ0216, DRO-04-RQ0314, DRO-06-RQ0333, DRO-05-003A, FOW060019A, DDP-07235, FDNDRO070027.1 # .2
(DRO3MRQ0216, DRO04RQ0314, DRO06RQ0333, DRO05003A, FOW060019A, DDP07235,
FDNDRO070027.1 &.2)
Period of Performance:
10/1/2004 through 4/23/2008
Services Provided:
Providing all labor, supplies, and equipment, to manage and operate the Migrant Operations Center
(MOC) located on the U.S. navy Base, Guantanamo, Cuba; Providing detention services, Western
Region Detention Facility, San Diego, California (CA).

SECTION B SUPPLIES OR SERVICES AND PRICES/COSTS
The Contractor shall provide non-personal services according to the contract's
requirements, including all labor, supplies and equipment, to manage and operate the
Migrant Operations Center (MOC) located on the ~.S. Navy Base, Guantanamo, Cuba.
The Contractor shall staffto operate the MOC with a combined population of 100
migrants. This population may consist of single adult males and females, unaccompanied
male and female juveniles, and family groups. In the event the population surges above
100 migrants, additional Contractor staff may be required. Upon contractor request for
additional surge staff and pursuant to negotiation of that rc Iuest, f j~ Contracting Officer
may order additional surge staff in accordance with CLIN 0003.
Performance shall commence upon Contractor's receipt of a Notice to Proceed, but no
later than October 1,2003, and shall continue for 6 months thereafter in accordance with
Section F of the contract. There are also two 3-month options that may be exercised at the
Government's discretion for continued management and operation of the MOC.
Fixed pricing shall include all management, supervision, facility operation, quality,
scheduling, safety, housing, transportation, and reporting requirements.

CLIN DESCRIPTION

QUANTITY

UNIT
PRICE

TOTAL
PRICE

BASE PERIOD: DURATION OF THE BASE PERIOD IS SIX MONTHS,
COMMENCING UPON CONTRACTOR'S RECEIPT OF NOTICE TO PROCEED
0001

Manage/Operate MOC

0002

DATA lAW Section]

(b) (4)

Per Month
1 LOT

NSP

NSP

OPTION PERIOD ONE: DURATION OF OPTION PERIOD ONE IS THREE
MONTHS, COMMENCING AT EXPIRATION OF BASE PERIOD

1001

Manage/Operate MOC

1002

DATA lAW Section]

Month
1 LOT

B-1

NSP

_

(b)(4)
NSP

Perfonnance Work Statement

Migrant Operations Center

Performance Work Statement
Migrant Operations Center
United States Navy Base
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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Migrant Operations Center

Perfonnance Work Statement

BACKGROUND
The Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (BlCE), a component of the
Department of Homeland Security (DHS), requires services to manage and operate the
Migrant Operations Center (MOC) located on the United States Naval Base (USNB),
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO).
The MOC is a facility at which undocumented aliens seeking to enter the United States
who are interdicted at sea or otherwise encountered in the Caribbean region are provided
custody, care, safety, transportation and other needs pending a determination of their
immigrant status and transfer.
Executive Order (E.O.) 13276, Delegation of Responsibilities Concerning Undocumented
Aliens Interdicted or Intercepted in the Caribbean Region (dated November 15,2002)
(subsequently amended by E.O. 13284, Amendment of Executive Orders, and Other
Actions, in Connection With the Establishment of the Department of Homeland Security
(dated February 28,2003)), identifies responsibilities of the Department of Homeland
Security (DHS), Department of State (DOS), and the Department of Defense (DOD) in
responding to the migration of undocumented aliens in the Caribbean region.

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