|FAA - Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center
|Services (not listed)
The mission of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) is to assure civil aerospace safety through excellence in medical certification, aerospace medical education, human factors research, aerospace medical research and occupational health services. Located in CAMI, the Aerospace Medical Certification Division (AMCD) is responsible for the administration of the United States (U.S.) program to fulfill the aerospace medical certification needs of holders of U.S. pilot certificates. AMCD receives an average of more than 1,000 applications for airmen medical certification every day and is responsible for processing approximately 385,000 applications per year. AMCD is the most flexible, pilot friendly, and safety-orientated medical certification system in the world, and is represented as a role model for other countries. The FAA Business Plan outlined the AMCD goal to maintain a rolling average processing time of 40 days or less for all priority medical certifications. AMCD is responsible to ensure the nation’s 700,000 pilots are medically fit to fly. Toward this end, the FAA requires pilots to have a valid medical certificate as mandated by 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 67- Medical Standards and Certification. The services that the AMCD provides include, but are not limited to: •Establish certification procedures for airmen •Review airmen medical records to ensure they meet FAA medical standards •Issue FAA medical certificates •Issue duplicate FAA medical certificates •Maintain airmen’s FAA medical record.
The Contractor must provide non-personal services including administration, management, and performance of the tasks outlined in this PWS. As it pertains to the position, the Contractor must be able to perform to the Medical Certification Manual, Guide for Aviation AMCD-PWS Medical Examiners (AMEs), Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 67, IS0-9001 certified FAA Aviation Safety (AVS) Quality Management System (QMS) procedures and written policies concerning aerospace medical certification and maintain familiarization with the automated medical support systems in operation. The Contractor must be able to maintain key personnel and keep its staff current and capable of providing the necessary services in the fulfillment of the AMCD mission
|Market Analysis (Pending Procurement Package Submission to Contracting)
|6973GH-19-D-00034 / DJW Consulting LLC
|Katharine T. McCauley
|Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
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