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  • Welcome to the U.S. Army Contracting Command. The following charts will acquaint you with our mission, operations, and people.
  • ACC was established in January 2008, following an Army study in 2007 led by Dr. Jacques Gansler which recommended urgent reform of Army contracting, leading to the creation of our command. Today our mission is to provide responsive, innovative, and efficient procurement solutions to enable the Army’s global warfighting dominance. As you can see ACC’s five strategic goals focus on one bottom line thing—people.
  • ACC is commanded by a two-star general with headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. It reports to a four-star command, the Army Materiel Command, also headquartered at Redstone. ACC has two one-star subordinate commands—the Expeditionary Contracting Command headquartered at Redstone and the Mission and Installation Contracting Command headquartered at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. ACC operates major contracting centers at Aberdeen Proving Ground (in Maryland); in the National Capital Region (in Virginia); New Jersey; Rock Island, in Illinois; Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; and Warren, Michigan. The total strength of the command is approximately 6,800 personnel: 5,961 civilians and 739 Soldiers.
  • ACC is a global command. We’re at more than 100 locations throughout the world, including Afghanistan, Germany, Korea, Japan, Italy, Qatar, and Kuwait. The Expeditionary Contracting Command provides our overseas support with eight Soldier brigades. The Mission and Installation Contracting Command provides contracting support in the United States with four field directorate offices and 35 contracting offices within the United States
  • In fiscal year 2012, ACC completed more than 228,000 contract actions worth $74 billion. ACC procures a variety of services, with a large chunk of it in knowledge-based services and systems. Other services include Information Technology, facilities and construction, equipment, weapons, and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation. Overall, this chart shows the variety of our customers—we buy bullets to bombs, food and clothing, equipment, and more.
  • ACC spends about 60 percent of all Army contracting dollars, approximately 21 percent of all Department of Defense contracting dollars, and about 15 percent of all federal contracting dollars.
  • The take-away from this chart is that we are involved with ventures throughout the world. The number on the bottom left is the most important aspect—it shows that we have 350 contingency contracting officers deployed around the world.
  • Contracting is a team sport and our team must work closely with our primary customer, the American Soldier, and the companies who furnish them with the weapon systems and support to fight and win.
  • We deliver to the Soldier what he needs. As money gets tighter, our goal is to do this more efficiently. Throughout each step, we continue to work closely with our customers and industry, using a teamwork process to provide the best support possible to America’s Army. The bottom line is: If a Soldier needs it, ACC buys it!
  • ACC Command Briefing (Public)

    1. 1. UNCLASSIFIED Contracting Support to the WarfighterAgile – Proficient – Trusted UNCLASSIFIED As of 8 Nov 2012
    2. 2. UNCLASSIFIED Agile – Proficient – Trusted Purpose / Vision / Mission / Goals Purpose Purpose ACC Provides Effective and Responsive Contracting Support Worldwide for the Army and Other ACC Provides Effective and Responsive Contracting Support Worldwide for the Army and Other Federal Agencies to Meet Warfighter Needs Federal Agencies to Meet Warfighter Needs Vision Vision ACC is DoD’s Preeminent Provider of Decisive Edge Contracting Solutions and Practices ACC is DoD’s Preeminent Provider of Decisive Edge Contracting Solutions and Practices Mission Mission ACC Provides Responsive, Innovative and Efficient Procurement Solutions to Enable the Army’s ACC Provides Responsive, Innovative and Efficient Procurement Solutions to Enable the Army’s Global Warfighting Dominance Global Warfighting Dominance Strategic Goals Strategic Goals1. Grow & Maintain a Highly Proficient, Agile, Innovative and Engaged Workforce1. Grow & Maintain a Highly Proficient, Agile, Innovative and Engaged Workforce2. Provide Proactive and Responsive Contracts That Ensure our Army’s Success2. Provide Proactive and Responsive Contracts That Ensure our Army’s Success3. Procure Efficient Solutions for the Army and the Taxpayer3. Procure Efficient Solutions for the Army and the Taxpayer4. Provide a Standardized, Transparent, Best-in-Class Contracting Environment for our Stakeholders4. Provide a Standardized, Transparent, Best-in-Class Contracting Environment for our Stakeholders5. Transform the Command Into a Fully Integrated TEAM5. Transform the Command Into a Fully Integrated TEAM 2
    3. 3. UNCLASSIFIEDAgile – Proficient – Trusted # of Personnel # of Personnel Assistant Secretary Assistant Secretary of the Army for of the Army for Auth / On Board Auth / On Board Acquisition, Logistics Acquisition, LogisticsMil – 913 / 739Mil – 913 / 739 & Technology & TechnologyCiv – 5,058 / 5,961Civ – 5,058 / 5,961*As of 31 Oct 12*As of 31 Oct 12 3
    4. 4. ACC at a Glance Ft Lewis (JBLM) Ft Wainwright 103 Permanent Locations 103 Permanent Locations Tobyhanna AD Ft Drum Carlisle Barracks Watervliet Arsenal Umatilla CD Letterkenny AD Ft Devens Natick Adelphi Ft McCoy West Point Ft Richardson CC Picatinny CC Warren Arsenal Ft Dix CC APG / Edgewood CC Sierra AD Tooele AD Rock Island Ft Meade II Dugway PG Alexandria/Ft Myer CC Rocky Mountain Ft A. P. Hill 904 Ft Belvoir Moffett Field Arsenal Ft Leavenworth Crane AAP MCC MCC Ft Lee Peterson Scott AFB Ft Eustis MCC Presidio of Monterey Ft Carson AFB Ft Riley Bluegrass Ft Knox AD / CF Research Triangle Park Pueblo CD Ft Leonard Wood II IIFt Hunter Ft Campbell Liggett Ft Bragg 900 905 MCC Ft Irwin Ft Jackson X ACC McAlester AAP RSA RCOBluff Shaw AFB 408 Ft Sill Anniston Pine AD / CF Ft Gordon Yuma PG ECC Red River AD Ft Stewart WSMR II Ft Benning Schofield Barracks Ft Huachuca MCC 901 CC Japan Ft Bliss Ft Rucker ... X Ft Hood 413 Ft Buchanan X Ft Polk CCT 410 MICC Eglin AFB Ft Shafter MCC FSH ... Cp Zama II X 916 X CCT 409 412 Corpus Christi Other overseas TDA Miami RCO Benelux Belgium Kadena AB, Okinawa TCC RCO Peru Peru RCO GTMO Cuba Key West NAS Legend II X II 903 X RCO Soto Cano Honduras 411 906 Unit/organization ... Includes a C2unit / organization 414 RCO Bogota Columbia Yongsan Cp ... SCCT RCO Sub Ofc ... DOC Coiner SCCT MTOE unit ... ... SCCT Wiesbaden Bamberg Vicenza CCT CCT ... ... ... Osan AB Cp TDA organization Livorno CCT ... ACC CCT CCT RCO Humphreys ... Grafenwoehr ACC Qatar Kaiserslautern RCO CCT Kuwait CCT RCO General Officer Command RCO As Sayliyah Schwetzingen Ansbach Cp Arifjan ... Kunsan AB Taegu ... RCO SES Command Stuttgart Sub Ofc Italy Korea Germany Kuwait Qatar CCT RCO CCT RCO Sub Ofc 4
    5. 5. UNCLASSIFIED Agile – Proficient – Trusted What ACC Procures Ammo & FY11: FY11: Weapons 6.13% Equipment 245,958 245,958 8.25% Actions Actions $86.2B $86.2B Facilities & Systems Construction 27.07% 11.59% RDT&E IT 8.06% Knowledge 12.40% Based Services 24.78% Misc 1.72% FY12: FMS FY12: 229,875 Actions 229,875 Actions FY11: $9.4B FY11: $9.4B $74.1B $74.1B FY12: $7.6B FY12: $7.6B Major Customers• PEOs/PMs • IMCOM • AMC • ATEC • FORSCOM• ASCCs • NETCOM • USAR • RADOC • DA Staff 5 5 As of 8 Nov 12
    6. 6. UNCLASSIFIED Agile – Proficient – Trusted ACC Trends & Impacts Current FY12 Current FY12 ACC Spend ACC Spend $74.0B $74.0B People Actions > $100K Total Dollars in Billions FY12110 DoD Spend $360.1B100 90 108.1 80 ACC 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Former AMC Command Contracting New ACC Gansler Report 31 Oct 07 As of 8 Nov 12 6
    7. 7. A True A True Business Business Advisor Advisor Contracting Industry Industry Industry Industry Process Process A Focus on A Focus on Performance PerformancePursuing Excellence:Pursuing Excellence: Team Ownership Dividends: Team Ownership Dividends: ••A Stronger Understanding of Full Picture A Stronger Understanding of Full Picture••Completing Military & Civilian Growth Completing Military & Civilian Growth ••United Front for the Warfighter United Front for the Warfighter••Developmental Assignments Developmental Assignments ••Plans That Account for all Considerations Plans That Account for all Considerations••Communities of Practice Communities of Practice ••Solutions NOT Pursued in a Vacuum Solutions NOT Pursued in a Vacuum••Performance Metrics Performance Metrics ••What we Need and When we Need it What we Need and When we Need it••Industry Executive Council & Forums Industry Executive Council & Forums ••Holding Vendors Accountable Holding Vendors Accountable••Standard Tools & Better Communication Standard Tools & Better Communication••Advising and Assisting at all Steps Advising and Assisting at all Steps Customers ••Involvement end-to-end Involvement end-to-end 8
    8. 8. UNCLASSIFIED Agile – Proficient – Trusted Summary  What I Want to Leave You With… ACC today We’re More Than Just Paper-Pushers – We Deliver Warfighter Capabilities  Where We Are Going To Become A Preeminent and Extraordinary Contracting Organization  Why We Need to get Better Efficiently Effective Solutions Required in Tight Economic Environment  How We are Going to get There Attack on Four Fronts WithUnclassifiedAgile – Proficient – Trusted Customer End-to-End Involvement 9 9
    9. 9. UNCLASSIFIED Agile – Proficient – Trusted Summary  What I Want to Leave You With… ACC today We’re More Than Just Paper-Pushers – We Deliver Warfighter Capabilities  Where We Are Going To Become A Preeminent and Extraordinary Contracting Organization  Why We Need to get Better Efficiently Effective Solutions Required in Tight Economic Environment  How We are Going to get There Attack on Four Fronts WithUnclassifiedAgile – Proficient – Trusted Customer End-to-End Involvement 9 9

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