The Center’s Janitorial Services Contract
Vol.4 Issue 8
Janitorial Service

The Operations and Maintenance Division (AMP-300) has a janitorial services contract for the Aeronautical Center that provides, maintains, and manages janitorial services for approximately 1.8 million square feet of space in 91 occupied buildings. The current contractor for the Aeronautical Center is Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) obtained through Source America. This is a mandatory source of supply program under the AbilityOne Program, formally known as the Javits-Wagner-O’Day Act.

The AbilityOne Program creates jobs and training opportunities for people who are blind or who have other significant disabilities. By requiring government agencies to purchase selected products and services from nonprofit agencies employing such individuals, AbilityOne employees can lead more productive, independent lives. Currently DRTC has 59 employees. Over 70% of DRTC employees are required to meet the AbilityOne Program prerequisites for disabilities.

Services that are provided by the DRTC employees, include general cleaning, trash pick-up, floor maintenance, and recycling. The recycling efforts involve collecting paper, plastic, aluminum, cardboard and toner cartridges. Each occupied building served at the Center has at least one recycling pick-up location. Below are some highlights of the service schedules:

  • All individual office and cubicle trash receptacles are serviced three times a week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)
  • All common areas (breakrooms, lunchrooms, classrooms, restrooms etc.) trash receptacles are serviced daily.
  • All common area cleaning is serviced daily.
  • All carpeted areas will be vacuumed once a week.
  • All recycling pick-up locations will be serviced once a week.

Note: Recycling is only for items used or consumed on Center. Employees are prohibited from brining recyclable materials from home.

The employees of AMP-300 are dedicated to making improvements and monitoring the contractor’s work, but they also rely on customers like you, to report if services fall short in your area. If such an instance should occur, please call our Trouble Help Desk by dialing (405) 954-3687. All calls will be tracked for performance and will be monitored for customer satisfaction.

 
 
 
 
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