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National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit Summer Session 2009

Karen L. Baker Acting Deputy , Office of Small Business Programs U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Aug 06 2009 Building Strong!

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U. S. Army Corps of Engineers HQ FY09 Military Program

FY09 Civil Works Program

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$ 25.2 BIL

9 Divisions

$ 11.0 BIL

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( Direct Funded )

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10,000 personnel  Military Construction

22,000 personnel 45 Districts ( Project Funded )

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Contingency Operations Installation Support

Homeland Security

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International and Interagency Support

Environmental  Real Estate

Hydropower  Flood Damage Reduction  Shore Protection  Water Supply

Engineer Commands

Private Industry Partners

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Engineer Research and Development Center $ 1 BIL @ Seven ( 7 ) diverse research laboratories Building Strong!

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Corps of Engineers Mission Overseas Contingency Operations Homeland Research & Development Military Programs Security • Military Construction for the Modular Force • Global Positioning • Base Realignment • Military Transformation • Environmental restoration

Real Estate

• DOD Recruiting facilities • Contingency operations • Acquire, manage and dispose

• Warfighter • Installations • Environment • Water Resources

• Critical Infrastructure • Anti Terrorism Plans • Intelligence • Facility Security Partnership

Interagency Support • Federal • State • Local • International Building Strong!

Civil Works

• Navigation, Hydropower • Flood control, Shore Protection • Water Supply, Regulatory • Recreation, Disaster response • Environmental Restoration 3


Global Engagement • Engagement - 100+ Countries • Physical Presence - 33 Countries

ARCTIC

ANTARCTIC

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Seattle

USACE Divisions and Districts

COL Tony Wright

Walla-Walla

Portland

Europe COL John Kem

LTC Mike Farrell

COL Steve Miles

St. Paul COL Jon Christensen

Northwestern Division BG Bill Rapp

Mississippi Valley Division

Rock Island

COL Nello Tortora

COL Bob Sinkler

Chicago COL Vince Quarles

Philadelphia

Pittsburgh

LTC Tom Tickner

COL Mike Crall

Baltimore COL Pete Mueller

COL Roger Wilson

South Pacific Division

St. Louis

Louisville

COL Tom O’Hara COL Keith Landry

COL Janice Dombi

Little Rock

Tulsa

Los Angeles

COL Tony Funkhouser

COL Tom Feir

BG Todd Semonite

LTC James Davis

Kansas City

New England

New York

COL Tom Chapman

San Francisco

LTC Dan Snead

North Atlantic Division

Detroit

COL Dave Press

LTC Laurence Farrell

Buffalo

BG John Peabody

BG Mike Walsh

Omaha

Sacramento

Great Lakes and Ohio River Division

Norfolk

Huntington

COL Dan Anninos

COL Dana Hurst

Nashville

COL Ed Jackson

LTC Bernard Lindstrom

COL Tom Magness

Wilmington COL Jeff Ryscavage

Albuquerque LTC Kim Colloton

Memphis

Southwestern Division

COL Tom Smith

BG Ken Cox Vicksburg COL Mike Wehr

Charleston

South Atlantic Division BG Joe Schroedel

LTC Trey Jordan

Savannah COL Ed Kertis

Jacksonville COL Paul Groskruger

Far East

Fort Worth

COL Dave Turner

Mobile

COL Chris Martin

Alaska

New Orleans

COL Kevin Wilson

COL Byron Jorns

COL Al Lee

Galveston COL Dave Weston

Japan

Honolulu

COL Barrett Holmes

LTC Jon Chytka

Gulf Region Division ( GRD ) - MG Mike Eyre GRD District North ( GRN ) - COL Margaret Burcham GRD District Central ( GRC ) - COL Ron Light GRD District South ( GRS ) - COL Jack Drolet

Pacific Ocean Division BG Mark Yenter

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Afghanistan C7 – BG John McMahon Afghanistan Engineer District ( AED ) – COL Tom O’Donovan

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Civil Works Mission:

Deliver enduring, comprehensive, sustainable and integrated solutions to the Nation’s water resources and related challenges through collaboration with stakeholders (regions, States, localities, Tribes, other Federal agencies, etc.). Building Strong!

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Civil Works Mission Deliver enduring, comprehensive, sustainable, and integrated solutions to the Nation’s water resources and related challenges through collaboration with our stakeholders ( Regions, States, localities, Tribes, other Federal agencies )

Lock and Dam 15 ( Mississippi River )

Dredge ESSAYONS ( Coos Bay, OR )

( $1.892 B )

( $1.322 B )

Navigation

( 40% )

Flood Risk Management

( $511 M )

Ecosystem Restoration ( $319 M )

Hydropower

( 28% )

( 11% )

( 7% )

Flood Wall ( Williamson, KY )

Lake Seminole ( Mobile District ) ( $270 M )

Natural Resources Management

( $180 M )

Regulatory Agency for Wetlands and US Waters

( $58 M )

Everglades

Disaster Preparedness and Response ( $6 M )

Water Supply

( < 1% )

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( 6% )

( 4% )

( 1% )

Bonneville II Powerhouse ( Washington )

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International Engagement World Water Council

United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization Partnerships

Mosul Dam ( Iraq )

Indonesian Mudflow Technical Assistance

Africom / World Water Council

Water Management Partnership with the Dutch Rijkswaterstaat Partnership with the Japanese Ministry of Land Infrastructure and Transport

International Hydrologic Programme ( IHP )

Technical Support in Afghanistan and Iraq

Island of Java, Indonesia

Civil-Military Emergency / Emergency Management International Programs Building Strong!

Kajakai Dam ( Afghanistan )

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Major Construction Projects ($20 Million or More in FY09 Budget)

Columbia R. Channels ($36 M)

Olmsted Lock & Dam ($114 M) Kentucky Lock & Dam ($22 M) Emsworth Lock & Dam ($26 M) Upper Miss.R. Restoration ($20 M)

NY-NJ Harbor ($90 M)

McCook & Thornton Res. ($34 M) Lockport Lock ($29 M) Sacramento R. Banks ($24 M)

Monongahela R. Locks 2,3,4 ($41 M)

Tuttle Cr. Lake ($24 M) Clearwater Lake ($25 M)

$17 M

Canton Lake ($21 M) Miss. R. Levees ($20 M)

Wolf Cr. Dam ($57 M) Center Hill Dam ($42 M) Chickamauga Lock ($42 M)

Miss. R. Channel & Revetments ($33 M)

Navigtion Flood Risk Management

Sims Bayou ($23 M) New Orleans Houston-Galveston Channels ($22 M) ($5,761 M) S. Fla. Everglades ($185 M)

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Herbert Hoover Dike ($77 M)

Portugues & Bucana Râ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ($45 M)

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Military Programs

Support to Overseas Contingency Ops

Army Re-stationing & Transformation

Fort Bliss, TX

Mussayib Power Plant, Iraq

Korea Relocation Program Camp Humphreys, Korea

Customs and Border Protection

Interagency & International Services

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Centers of Standardization •

Huntsville Center (15) – Physical Fitness – Outdoor Sports Facility – Child Development (2) – Youth Activity Centers – Consolidated Fire, Safety and Security Facility – Fire Station – Army Community Service Center – Bowling Center RFP – Hazard Material Storage – Close Combat Tactical Trainer – Mil. Ops. Urban Terrain Facility – Training Ranges – Battle Cmd Training Ctr. – Training Support Ctr. – Medical Facilities

Ft. Worth District/SWD (7) – Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing – Basic Training Complex/One Station Unit Trainee – Advanced individual Trainee Complex – Warrior in Transition – Starship Barracks – General Purpose Warehouse – Central Issue Warehouse Mobile District/SAD (2) – Aviation – Vertical Construction – 4 Star HQ Facility

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Centers of Standardization •

Louisville District/LRD (2) – Army Reserve Centers – Operational Readiness Training Complex Norfolk District/NAD (7) – General Instructional Facility – Classroom 21 – Enlisted personnel Dining Facility – Mil. Entrance Processing Stations – Family Housing RFP – Information Systems Facility – Criminal Investigation Facility Omaha District/NWD (2) – Religious Facilities – Access Control Points

Savannah District/SAD (6) – Company Operations Facility – Tactical Equipment Maintenance – Brigade Operations Complex – Brigade/ Battalion HQ: Admin – Command and Control Facility – C2F – Deployment Facility Honolulu District/POD (2) – Unaccompanied Officers Quarters – Transient Officers Quarters

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Economic Stimulus Package • •

American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA), $787 billion stimulus plan became law 13 FEB 09 Spending program: – $4.6 billion to USACE Civil Works – $2.5 billion in military appropriations (not including SRM)

Recovery Act objectives: – Funds are awarded in effective and efficient manner – The recipients and uses of funds are transparent to the public – Funds are used for authorized purposes – Projects funded avoid unnecessary delays and cost overruns – Program goals are achieved • Preserve and create jobs • Invest in transportation, environmental protection and other infrastructure that provide long-term economic benefits Building Strong!

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Economic Stimulus Package •

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) clauses:

(1) ARRA-Buy American Requirements for Construction Material (2) ARRA-Reporting Requirements (3) ARRA-Publicizing Contract Actions (4) ARRA-GAO Access (5) ARRA-Whistleblower Protections American

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Additional information: – – – –

www.whitehouse.gov www.omb.gov www.usace.army.mil www.recovery.gov Building Strong!

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ( ARRA ) of 2009 $ 4.6 BIL to USACE Civil Works Operations and Maintenance (O&M) - $ 2.075 BIL 400 maintenance projects ( $ 250,000 - $ 10 MIL ) Construction (C) - $ 2.0 BIL 300 construction contracts ( $1 MIL - $ 30 MIL ) Mississippi River and Tributaries - $ 375 MIL FUSRAP - $ 100 MIL Investigation - $ 25 MIL Regulatory - $ 25 MIL Criteria / Initial Project List to CG and ASA (CW) this week 8,000 direct jobs for every $ BIL expended 20,400 indirect jobs for every $ BIL expended in support / supply

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AARA Title X - Military Construction & Title III - Facility SRM ARRA (USACE Execution)

Category ARMY (MCA)

$180 M

ARMY FH Construction

$34.5 M

AIR FORCE (MCAF)

$130.8 M

AF FH Construction

$26.2 M

DoD (DoDM & ECIP)

$650 - $750 M $715.3M ($256M currently funded)

Army SRM

$324.5M (project list pending)

AF & DoD Health Services SRM

TOTAL

$2.06 - $2.16B

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Support for other Federal Agencies

ARRA $ (Million)

Estimated Request to USACE

Department of Homeland Security

$420 M

$300 M

Environmental Protection Agency Superfund

$600 M

$200 - $400 M

Veterans Administration

$1,050 M

In discussion with VA

Department of Energy

$5,127 M

In discussion w/DOE

Department of Interior

$1,219 M

United States Forest Service

TOTAL

$280 M $8,696 M

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$150 M In discussion w/USFS $750 M +/(w/additional anticipated)

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Business Opportunities (Not an All-Inclusive List)

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Architect-engineer services Environmental planning & restoration Construction (prime & subcontractors) Materials (concrete, steel, etc.) Equipment (e.g. Power generation) Recreation services (600,000 jobs) Contingency contracting for emergencies & National Defense work  Infrastructure security & force protection

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Being Ready to Do Business • • •

Complete or update Federal contractor registration http://www.ccr.gov USACE business opportunities are in FedBizOps, Maintain contact with contracting offices in districts where you wish to do business – Once work allowances for the FY09 appropriation and Stimulus Package are issued, they’ll be ready to advertise – Frequent contact is wise to find out about last-minute opportunities

Information in proposals must be: – – – –

Relevant Compelling Solutions based Supported with facts/details

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US Army Corps of Engineers

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US Army Corps of Engineers

Contact Information: Anthony Bell, Director Anthony.E.Bell@usace.army.mil (202) 761-8789 Karen Baker, Deputy Director (Acting) Karen.L.Baker@usace.army.mil (202) 761-0732 Building Strong!

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