Defense Industry  in Virginia’s Hampton Roads 3 rd  Quarter 2009
Virginia’s Hampton Roads <ul><li>2 nd  Largest  Metropolitan Area  between Washington D.C. and Atlanta </li></ul><ul><li>C...
Geography of the Region Source:  U.S. Census Bureau  ,  2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest   Total Population:  1.6 mil...
Navy: U.S. Fleet Forces Command –  Norfolk  Provides fully trained and ready forces to support operations throughout the w...
The Military in Hampton Roads Source:  2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest; Air Force: Air Combat Command –  Langley Air...
Source:  2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest The Military in Hampton Roads Marine Forces Command –  Norfolk  U.S. Marine...
AIR FORCE NAVY Military Bases and Personnel Source:  2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest Hampton Roads has over 120,000 ...
ARMY COAST GUARD * Fort Monroe is scheduled to close as a result of 2005 Base Realignment and Closures, with many of its o...
Hampton Roads Military Lifestyle Hampton Roads Cost of Living and Housing  Sources :   ACCRA, 2 nd  Quarter 2009; National...
USJFCOM’s  Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC)  in Suffolk coordinates the military’s overall joint training efforts. This com...
The Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center ( VMASC ) was founded July 1, 1997 by Old Dominion University  (ODU)...
United States Congressional Military Committee Members from Virginia United States Senate Senate Commerce, Science and Tra...
District:   Virginia Beach <ul><li>Armed Services Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Readiness Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><u...
Almost 98% of DoD purchase transactions are for $100,000 or less.  For more information on selling to the military, visit:...
Doing Business with the Military Sources:  Hampton Roads Small Business Development Center, SBA Federal Agencies Procureme...
Doing Business with the Department of the Navy For Purchases over $100,000 Products and Services bought by the Department ...
A Sampling of Local Defense Contractors in Hampton Roads 7 of the 10 largest defense contractors in the world have locatio...
C ontact HREDA HREDA.COM World Trade Center Birkenstrasse 15 28195 Bremen, GERMANY T:  +49.421.174660 4 East Bank House Ti...
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Defense in Hampton Roads

  1. 1. Defense Industry in Virginia’s Hampton Roads 3 rd Quarter 2009
  2. 2. Virginia’s Hampton Roads <ul><li>2 nd Largest Metropolitan Area between Washington D.C. and Atlanta </li></ul><ul><li>Civilian labor force of over 800,000 </li></ul><ul><li>Over 96,000 students from 8 universities and 4 community colleges </li></ul><ul><li>Centrally located along U.S. East Coast </li></ul><ul><li>75% of the U.S. population is within 750 miles or 1,200 kilometers of Hampton Roads </li></ul><ul><li>One of the youngest populations among metro areas on the East Coast – average age of 35.2 years </li></ul>500 Spherical Miles 804.5 Spherical Km 750 Spherical Miles 1206.7 Spherical Km 1,000 Spherical Miles 1609 Spherical Km Sources: HREDA Research; Census Data; Bureau of Labor Statistics; Department of Defense Virginia’s Hampton Roads, at a glance
  3. 3. Geography of the Region Source: U.S. Census Bureau , 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest Total Population: 1.6 million James City County 62,414 Williamsburg12,481 Gloucester County 38,656 York County 61,027 Newport News 179,614 Poquoson 11,829 Hampton 145,494 Southampton County 18,480 Isle of Wight County 35,472 Suffolk 82,302 Chesapeake 220,111 Virginia Beach 433,746 Portsmouth 100,577 Norfolk 234,220 Franklin 8,877 Hampton Roads Military Facilities Military Facility
  4. 4. Navy: U.S. Fleet Forces Command – Norfolk Provides fully trained and ready forces to support operations throughout the world conducted by the United States and NATO Commanders United States Joint Forces Command – Norfolk One of the Department of Defense’s 9 military commands. Coordinates capabilities and training of all U.S. military combat forces. NATO: Allied Command Transformation – Norfolk NATO’S North American headquarters operates as NATO’s think tank and works closely with the U.S. Joint Forces Command The Military in Hampton Roads Sources: 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest
  5. 5. The Military in Hampton Roads Source: 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest; Air Force: Air Combat Command – Langley Air Force Base Headquartered at Langley Air Force Base and serves as the primary provider of air combat forces to the war-fighting commands. Operates fighter, bomber, reconnaissance, battle-management and electronic-combat aircraft Coast Guard: Command Atlantic Area – Portsmouth Serves as the Coast Guard’s Center of Operations for the East Coast Coast Guard: Integrated Support Command – Portsmouth Provides a wide range of support services throughout the Coast Guard’s Fifth District Coast Guard: Maintenance and Logistics Command Atlantic – Norfolk Provides maintenance and logistical support to Coast Guard commands in 40 states, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Europe.
  6. 6. Source: 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest The Military in Hampton Roads Marine Forces Command – Norfolk U.S. Marine Corps component of USJFCOM. Marine Corps command that provides operating forces to support unified or joint task force commanders and fleet commanders-in-chief Army: Training and Doctrine Command – Fort Monroe Trains soldiers, develops leaders and refines policies and procedures and operates 33 schools in 16 installations Army: Surface Deployment and Distribution Command – Fort Eustis Serves as the surface transportation component of the U.S. Transportation Command and provides transportation, distribution and port-management services to the Department of Defense * Fort Monroe is scheduled to close as a result of 2005 Base Realignment and Closures, with many of its operations moving to Fort Eustis. Complete closure of base scheduled between 2009 and 2011.
  7. 7. AIR FORCE NAVY Military Bases and Personnel Source: 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest Hampton Roads has over 120,000 active duty military personnel   Active-Duty Civilian Location Fleet Information Naval Air Station Oceana 7,803 2,206 Virginia Beach Provides support for the Atlantic and Pacific fleets Naval Air Station Oceana, Dam Neck Annex 4,088 1,490 Virginia Beach Provides support and training for the Atlantic and Pacific fleets Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek 10,601 3,812 Virginia Beach Provides support and services to East Coast amphibious forces Naval Station Norfolk 84,000 12,000 Norfolk Home port to 69 ships and 16 squadrons Naval Weapons Station 1,455 727 Yorktown Provides support for U.S. Operating Forces TOTAL 107,947 20,235       Active-Duty Civilian Location Fleet Information Langley Air Force Base 8,722 2,370 Hampton Hosts the Air Force's 1st Fighter Wing, which maintains combat capability, and the Air Combat Command, which provides air combat forces TOTAL 8,722 2,370    
  8. 8. ARMY COAST GUARD * Fort Monroe is scheduled to close as a result of 2005 Base Realignment and Closures, with many of its operations moving to Fort Eustis. Complete closure of base scheduled between 2009 and 2011. Source: 2008 Hampton Roads Statistical Digest; HREDA Research Military Bases and Personnel   Active-Duty Civilian Location Function Fort Eustis 4,777 4,905 Newport News Trains military transporters for Army, National Guard and other military operations Fort Monroe* 1,507 2,561 Hampton A joint force command and control installation that is home to many Department of Defense commands and activities Fort Story 902 307 Virginia Beach Trains military transporters for Army, National Guard and other military operations TOTAL 7,186 7,773       Active-Duty Civilian Location Fleet Information Integrated Support Command 143 112 Portsmouth Support for 6 cutters and other operations Training Center 530 102 Yorktown Training center TOTAL 673 214      
  9. 9. Hampton Roads Military Lifestyle Hampton Roads Cost of Living and Housing Sources : ACCRA, 2 nd Quarter 2009; National Association of Realtors, 2 nd Quarter 2009 Metropolitan Area Existing Home Prices; ODU, Center for Real Estate & Economic Development, 2008 Market Review Military Family Support Composite Index 112.1 Groceries 107.9 Housing 121.6 Transportation 94.4 Health Care 108.6 *National Average = 100 Median price of existing single–family homes $216,000 Average apartment rent $871 per month  Nationally Ranked School Systems  Multiple Avenues for Continuing Education  Multiple Childcare Options Available  Housing Assistance  Access to Multiple/Specialty Medical Facilities  Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs  USO Sponsored Activities  Community Appreciation Programs  Access to Multiple Commissaries, NEXs and PXs  Access to Unique Historical/Cultural Attractions  Multiple Opportunities for Spousal Employment
  10. 10. USJFCOM’s Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) in Suffolk coordinates the military’s overall joint training efforts. This command provides highly realistic training with a joint context, revises the content and execution of training through adoption of lessons learned and best practices, and develops advanced technologies in conjunction with operational exercises. Major Defense/Homeland Security Projects Sources: NMCI Website; NETWARCOM Website; USJFCOM Website; EMTASC Website; JTASC Website The Emergency Management Training, Analysis & Simulation Center (EMTASC) serves to mitigate loss of life and property due to manmade and natural disasters by preparing emergency command and management personnel and organizations. The Center employs world-class expertise and state-of-the-art modeling and simulation tools to conduct training, exercises, analysis, and operational support for disaster management and homeland security situations. Hampton Roads is the world headquarters for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) - a comprehensive initiative that gives the Navy and Marine standardized network operations services, security and user assistance across every level of command as well as linking The system links more than 700,000 active users (Only the internet is larger). The Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM), located in Hampton Roads, is the Navy’s operational central authority for network and information technology requirement, network and information operations and space. The command coordinates and assesses the Navy operational requirements for and use of the Naval network, command and control, information technology, information operations and space. 
  11. 11. The Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center ( VMASC ) was founded July 1, 1997 by Old Dominion University (ODU) and several regional partners to capitalize on the military simulation that occurs at the Joint Training, Analysis and Simulations Center ( JTASC ). The first Doctorate degree in Modeling and Simulation in the nation was awarded Spring 2003 at Old Dominion University Simulation Technology Sources: VMASC Website; Old Dominion University The 2008-2009 academic year in M&S: <ul><li>VMASC Research Clusters </li></ul><ul><li>Military/Homeland Security </li></ul><ul><li>Medical </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation </li></ul><ul><li>Social Science </li></ul><ul><li>Computation/Artificial Intelligence </li></ul><ul><li>Game-Based Learning </li></ul><ul><li>Enterprise Engineering </li></ul>  Masters PhDs Enrollment in M&S Program 32 27 Graduates 18 4 Total Degrees Awarded (since inception) 78 7
  12. 12. United States Congressional Military Committee Members from Virginia United States Senate Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Senate Committee on the Budget Select Committee on Rules and Administration Political Support for the Military MARK R. WARNER , Democrat from Virginia, began his first term of service in the United States Senate in 2009. He is a former Governor of Virginia and a former business leader  in the high-tech industry. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Senate Committee on Armed Services Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs JAMES H. “JIM” WEBB, Democrat from Virginia, began his first term of service in the United States Senate in 2006. He is a Marine Corps veteran, former Secretary of the Navy under President Reagan, and an author. Source : U.S. Senate Honorable Jim Webb Honorable Mark Warner (no image)
  13. 13. District: Virginia Beach <ul><li>Armed Services Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Readiness Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Seapower and Expeditionary </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Forces Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Judiciary Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security Subcommittee (Ranking Member) </li></ul></ul>Political Support for the Military Honorable J. Randy Forbes Honorable Robert Wittman Honorable Robert C. “Bobby” Scott <ul><li>Judiciary Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security Subcommittee (Chairman) </li></ul></ul>United States House of Representatives <ul><li>Armed Services Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Readiness Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Seapower and Expeditionary </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Forces Subcommittee </li></ul></ul>Source: U.S. House of Representatives Honorable Glenn Nye <ul><li>Armed Services Committee </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Readiness Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Seapower and Expeditionary </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li> Forces Subcommittee </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Veterans Affairs Committee - Subcommittee on Health </li></ul>
  14. 14. Almost 98% of DoD purchase transactions are for $100,000 or less. For more information on selling to the military, visit: http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps57820/www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu/publications/selling/ Selling to the Military Virtually all military installations are authorized to make local purchases and to contract for various services. Typically local purchases are made under the following conditions: <ul><li>the purchase is small, usually $100,000 or less </li></ul><ul><li>the items to be purchased are not centrally procured or stocked </li></ul><ul><li>the items are to be consumed locally </li></ul><ul><li>the product or services are required for maintenance and repair of buildings of the installation or for equipment stored at the installation </li></ul>Doing Business with the Department of Defense Source: U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO)
  15. 15. Doing Business with the Military Sources: Hampton Roads Small Business Development Center, SBA Federal Agencies Procurement Contacts; U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) Additional procurement contacts and information can be found by visiting: www.hrsbdc.org/start/vaptap Selected Procurement Contacts Fleet & Industrial Supply Center 1968 Gilbert Street Norfolk, VA 23511-3392 (757) 443-1435 Atlantic Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command 1510 Gilbert Street Norfolk, VA 23511-2699 (757) 322-8274 Fitting Out & Supply Support Assistance P.O. Box 15129 Norfolk, VA 23511 (757) 443-5044 Army Corps of Engineers Contracting Division 803 Front Street Norfolk, VA 23510 (757) 441-7707 Navy Exchange Service Command 3280 Virginia Beach Boulevard Virginia Beach, VA 23452 (757) 631-3696 HQ Air Combat Command 130 Douglas Street, Suite 210 Langley AFB, VA 23665-2791 (757) 764-5371 U.S. Army HQ Training & Doctrine Command ATCS-B Fort Monroe, VA 23651-5000 (757) 727-3291 Fort Eustis/Fort Monroe Directorate of Peninsula Contracting Fort Eustis, VA 23640 (757) 878-3100 Navy Uniforms 1545 Crossways Boulevard, Suite 100 Chesapeake, VA 23320 (757) 420-9116 U.S. Coast Guard 300 East Main Street, Suite 965 Norfolk, VA 23510 (757) 628-4105
  16. 16. Doing Business with the Department of the Navy For Purchases over $100,000 Products and Services bought by the Department of Navy Major Purchasing Offices can be found on the World Wide Web at https://www.neco.navy.mil/ Department of Defense-Office of Small Business Programs http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/ Department of the Navy Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office www.hq.navy.mil/sadbu U.S. Small Business Administration www.sba.gov U.S. General Services Administration www.gsa.gov Other Important Websites Sources: Department of Defense-Office of Small Business Programs; Department of the Navy-Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office; U.S. SBA; U.S. General Services Administration
  17. 17. A Sampling of Local Defense Contractors in Hampton Roads 7 of the 10 largest defense contractors in the world have locations in Hampton Roads Source: Defense News.com, Top 100 Defense Contractors 2009
  18. 18. C ontact HREDA HREDA.COM World Trade Center Birkenstrasse 15 28195 Bremen, GERMANY T: +49.421.174660 4 East Bank House Tide Mill Way Woodbridge, Suffolk 1P12 1BY UK T: +44.1394.610022 T: +1.757.627.2315 | F: +1.757.623.3081 U.S. Headquarters: 500 Main Street | Suite 1300, Norfolk, VA 23510 USA 11820 Fountain Way | Suite 301 Newport News, VA 23606 USA T: +1.757.627.2315 | F: +1.757.826.6706

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