State Contingency Category List

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Category #Category NameCategory Description
1Emergency StaffingProvide staffing to support emergency operations in a disaster area under stressful circumstances, possibly in an austere environment. Personnel will work long hours in an emergency operations center or other facility as directed. Staffing needs include: Emergency Operations Center staffing (all sections / emergency support functions) at the state and county level; damage assessment personnel; building inspectors; sign language interpreters; translation services (predominantly Pacific area languages); crisis counselors; accounting and fiscal services; contracting personnel; security personnel; and care givers and nurses aides (congregate care facilities).
1ARecovery StaffingProvide staffing to support recovery operations in a disaster area under stressful circumstances, possibly in an austere environment. Personnel will work long hours in a Joint Field Office, Division Field Office or other facility as directed to support state and sub-applicant recovery requirements. This RFI is meant to cover all recovery staffing needs and FEMA program areas, including, but not limited to: Public Assistance branch director; Public Assistance crew leaders; Public Assistance Program specialists; debris subject matter experts; Individual Assistance Branch Director; Individual Assistance Program managers and specialists; Hazard Mitigation Program managers and specialists; Environmental and Historic Preservation specialists; logistics section chief; logistics specialists; and other recovery staff as needed.
2FuelProvide at least 5,000 gallons per day bulk fuel (diesel and/or gasoline) delivery and retail fuel dispensing for 30 days.
3WaterProvide bottled water in 1 liter bottles and larger, 30,000+ gallons per day for 10/20/30 days. Produce bulk water for pickup by tanker truck – 100,000+ gallons per day for 10/20/30 days.
4Tanker Trucks for potable water deliveryProvide at least 5,000 gallons per day bulk water delivery and/or retail water dispensing for 10/20/30 days, including personnel and equipment.
5Water Purification UnitsProvide unit capable of producing 10,000 gallons of potable water per day from sea water, brackish water and/or polluted fresh water sources, including power source and supplies for 30 days of operation. Delivered to intermediate staging base on west coast of US or affected island(s) within 48 hours of contract execution. Provide technician to train operators in local communities. Provide between 5 and 100 water purification units with the above specifications.
6Food (prepared meals)Provide up to 1,000,000 pre-packaged meals per day (in increments of 100,000 meals) to intermediate staging bases on West Coast or affected island(s) for 10 days.
7Food (bulk commodities)Provide bulk food commodities to feed 10,000-300,000 people 3 meals per day IAW USDA school nutrition program for 30 days, delivered to intermediate staging bases on West Coast or affected island(s).
8Food (special diets)Provide 10,000 pre-packaged vegetarian meals, 10,000 pre-packaged low-fat/low-sodium meals, and/or 50,000 pre-packaged meals suitable for seniors per day to intermediate staging bases on West Coast for 10 days or affected island(s).
9Logistics Management – Supply chain managementProvide all elements of supply chain management from procurement through delivery to the State of Hawaii to support disaster response and recovery needs upon 24 hours notice for 60+ days.
10Logistics Management – In Transit VisibilityProvide constant visibility of the status of all resources requested through the supply chain management system.
11Logistics Management – Staging area staffingProvide staff and equipment to support up to 3 staging areas on the West Coast and/or up to 6 staging areas in Hawaii (one each on Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii Islands) for up to 60 days.
12Logistics Management – Commodity points of distribution (CPOD)Provide from 1 to 40 teams to operate a commodity point of distribution serving 5,000 people per day for 15 days, renewable for another 15 days.
13Logistics Management – WarehousingProvide 50,000 square feet of covered and secured warehouse space for 30 days in designated port areas on the west coast of the US and/or in Honolulu.
14Emergency road clearing equipmentProvide requested heavy equipment, including dump trucks, bulldozers, backhoes and skid steers, with licensed operators, to conduct emergency road clearance of debris along designated routes.
15Feeding of EOC staffProvide 4 meals per day for 15 days, renewable for another 15 days. This includes 2 hot meals per day in increments of 25 for up to 200 people and 2 box lunches per day in increments of 25 for up to 200 people delivered to Birkhimer EOC.
16Charter Air - Damage AssesmentsConduct at least a 2-hour flight with at least one passenger with a video camera at heights allowing the assessor to determine the extent of damage to buildings and infrastructure, including, but not limited to, power lines, streets and bridges.
17Charter Air - Cargo and PeopleProvide air and passenger flight service between designated locations on the mainland and airports in Hawaii, including landing and taking off in Hawaii under visual flight rules. Provide cargo and passenger flights between islands within the state of Hawaii, including under visual flight rules conditions.
18Road cargo movementProvide movement of bulk cargo within 24 hours of notification.
19Sea cargo movementProvide movement of bulk cargo by sea from the west coast to Hawaii; provide movement of bulk cargo within the Hawaiian islands, including on-loading and off-loading using contractor-owned equipment, if needed.
20IceProvide up to 100,000 lbs. of ice daily for up to 15 days, renewable for another 15 days.
21Base camp supportProvide a complete base camp, with support staff and providing 2 hot meals and 1 box lunch per day, to house 500/1000/2500/5000 people, including all facilities necessary to support the population (showers, restrooms, dining facilities and food, washing machines, recreation facility, security). Up to 10 base camps.
22Mass feedingProvide a nutritionally balanced hot meal to 1,000 people on location and/or delivered to designated neighborhoods; provide a nutritionally balanced box lunch to 1,000 people on location and/or delivered to designated neighborhoods.
23Generators (10+ kw – mainland)Provide requested generators within 48 hours to a designated west coast airport / seaport or affected island for a 60 day lease (from date of delivery to port to release of generators from the incident in Hawaii). State of Hawaii will then pay for shipment back to designated location of the vendor but will not pay lease rates during that time.
24Generators (10+ kw – Hawaii)Provide requested generators within 48 hours to an affected island for a 60 day lease.
25Donations WarehouseProvide 50,000 square feet of covered and secured warehouse space near major traffic routes for 30 days in the greater Los Angeles area. Renewable in 30 day increments.
26Dewatering PumpsProvide up to 500 (1000/2000) gallon per minute (GPM) pumps within 48 hours to a designated west coast airport / seaport or affected island for a 60 day lease (from date of delivery to port / affected island to release of pumps from the incident in Hawaii). State of Hawaii will then pay for shipment back to designated location of the vendor but will not pay lease rates during the shipment time back to the vendor.
27Infrastructure Repair – Emergency water pumping station repair
Provide a team (personnel and equipment) to deploy within 48 hours notice to complete emergency repairs on one water pumping station. Up to 10 teams.
28Infrastructure Repair – Emergency bridge repairProvide a team (personnel and equipment) to deploy within 48 hours notice for a 60 deployment to conduct emergency repairs on one 2-lane highway bridge at a time. Up to 10 teams.
29Infrastructure Repair - Emergency Pier InspectionProvide a licensed contractor to deploy within 48 hours notice to conduct emergency pier inspections. Up to 20 inspectors.
30OtherOther Products or Services not covered in Category #1 to Category #29