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BRAC Presentation Oct 2011

  1. 1. Transforming Fort Meade Growth Impacts Into Opportunities October 2011Raj  Kudchadkar,  Esq.Deputy  DirectorHoward  County  BRAC  OfficeEmail:  rkudchadkar@howardcountymd.govPhone:  410-­313-­6376BRAC  Website:      www.co.ho.md.us/PortalServices/HCG_ExecutiveBRAC.htm
  2. 2. Fort  MeadeBase  Realignment  and  Closure  The  Fort  Meade  Region   2
  3. 3. Fort  George  G.  Meade  Key  Facts A preeminent intelligence and information center Current work force is over 48,000 Over 35,000 cars each day Contributes over $10 Billion to regional economy Will grow to $11 Billion with BRAC Largest employer of HC citizens (over 8,000)Contributes over $2.5 Billion /Year to Howard County Small business contracts $300 Million Large business contracts $1.3 Billion Salaries: Over $800 Million $18 Billion each year into the State economy 5.8 Million Square Feet of NSA expansion 3 planned ($ 4-5 Billion) 3
  4. 4. Existing  Fort  Meade  Workforce Fort  Meade  workforce  greater  than  Pentagon  and  any  Maryland   private  sector  employer 45,000 40,000 35,000 Other 30,000 Employees 25,000 20,000 NSA 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Fort Meade JHU Pentagon Medstar Hopkins UM Medical Northrop Health GrummanSources: Baltimore Business Journal; RGMC Staff Analysis, Fort Meade
  5. 5. Fort  Meade  Tenants
  6. 6. Fort  Meade  Tenants    (Continued)
  7. 7. Fort  Meade  Tenants    (Continued)
  8. 8. Fort  MeadeBase  Realignment  and  Closure  The  Fort  Meade  Region 8
  9. 9. Maryland  BRAC   Installations 9
  10. 10. BRAC  Organizations   Moving  to  Fort  Meade Defense Information Systems Agency 4,272 personnel Defense Media Activities 664 personnel Defense Adjudication Activities 759 personnel 10 agencies Nearly 6,000 Jobs <12% MilitaryAdditional $1 billion impact annually 10
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  13. 13. This Guide has been updatedto provide the most currentlist of contracts availablefrom the defense InformationTechnology ContractingOrganization.As other new contracts areawarded, DISA will post themin the electronic contractsguide hosted at www.disa.mil 13
  14. 14. Defense  Information  Systems  Agency   (Moving  to  Fort  Meade) Army Corps of Engineers awarded Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 4,272 Personnel/Positions (2010) 392 Military 2,407 Government Civilians 1,473 Imbedded Contractors Program Amount: $441,673,000 Delivery Method: Design-Build (MT) Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture Description: 1,070,515 SF administrative space; multi-story facilities in campus setting; shared IT ductbank with DMA DISA Worker Moves: Issue Transfer of Function Letters: Oct 2009 Move into Command Building: Oct 2010 Move into Lab Building: Dec 2010 Move into Acquisition Building: Jan 2011 Move into Common Building: Feb 2011 Move into Operations Building: Feb 2011 14 Complete Relocation: Jul 2011
  15. 15. Adjudication  Activities  Collocation (Moving  to  Fort  Meade) Army Corps of Engineers awarded Skanska USA Building Inc. 759 Personnel/Positions (2010) Program Amount: ~$52,000,000 Fund Type/FY: BRAC 05, FY 09 Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT) Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture Ready to Advertise: August 2008 Anticipated Award Date: March 2009 Anticipated Contract Duration: ~ 24 months Description: 151,978 SF administrative/SCIF space for adjudication activities from the four services and DoD; multi-story facility 15
  16. 16. Defense  Media  Activity(Moving  to  Fort  Meade) Army Corps of Engineers awarded Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 663 Personnel/Positions (2008 and 2010) 217 Military 315 Government Civilians 132 Imbedded Contractors Program Amount: ~$61,000,000 Fund Type/FY: BRAC 05, FY 09/10 Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT) Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture Award Date: January 2009 Anticipated Contract Duration: ~26 months Description: 185,870 SF administrative space; televideo/media production centers; multi-story facility; shared IT ductbank with DISA 16
  17. 17. Fort  MeadeBase  Realignment  and  Closure  The  Fort  Meade  Region   17
  18. 18. Growth  in  Jobs  at  Fort  Meade Projected  growth  represents  significant  increase  over  current  level Base Realignment and Closure 5,695 National Security Agency Growth 4,000 +48,000 22,000 70,000 EUL Contractors / Tenants 10,000 Other Growth on Fort Meade 2,000 + 18
  19. 19. Top  Employment  Centers Fort  Meade  will  be  among  our   top  employment  centers TOP EMPLOYMENT CENTERS CBRE Commercial Submarket Jobs Bethesda/Chevy Chase 96,100 Baltimore CDB 87,600 Baltimore North 77,500 Columbia 71,900 Fort Meade 70,000 North Bethesda/Potomac 61,200 Towson/ Timonium 54,100 Baltimore County East 53,300 Reisterstown Road Corridor 52,800 Route 2/3 48,000 Branch Avenue Corridor 43,600 BWI Corridor 43,300 West Side 42,200 Baltimore East 41,800 Hunt Valley 28,600 Beltsville/Calverton 23,700 Rockville 23,100 Ellicott City 21,300 19Sources: BMC Round 7; CBRE; RGMC Staff Analysis
  20. 20. Cyber  CommandLocated on Fort Meade starting October 2010.NSA and Defense Information Systems Agency will be integralcomponentsNSA Director will command (4 Star General)Sub-Unified Command under US Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM)USSTRATCOM Mission: To deter attacks on US vital interests, to ensure USfreedom of action in space and cyberspace, to deliver integrated kinetic andnon- Maintaining freedom of action in cyberspace in the 21st Century is as inherent to U.S. interests as LieutenantGeneral Keith Alexander, Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for Network Warfare (Director NSA) 20
  21. 21. Cyber  Command  Organization Commander Strategic Command Commander CYBERCOMMAND Director NSA/ Headquarters Central Security Service Title 10 (Armed Forces) Title 50 (National Intelligence) Coast Guard CYBERMARFOR CYBER 704TH MI Brigade NSA/CSS (Army) Navy Information 24th USAF DISA Operations Cmd Marine CombatFLTCYBERCOM Support Battalion 10TH FLEET 70th IntelligenceARFORCYBER Wing (USAF) NETCOM Irst IOC 21 INSCOM
  22. 22. Fort  Meade  Drives  Job  Growth   G rowth Jobs on Jobs off Total Jobs Components F t M eade F t M eadeC ur rent Jobs on Fort 48,000 116,000 164,000M eadeBRA C 5,800 13,500 19,300F G G M O rganic G rowth 2,000 4,600 6,600NSA 6,680 1,620 8,300E nhanced Use Lease 10,000 (10,000)C yber Command 2,320 5,400? 7,720?RelatedTotal New Jobs 26,800 15,120 41,920Total Jobs 74,800 131,120 205,920 22 22
  23. 23. Fort  George  G.    Meade EULNSA 23
  24. 24. Fort  Meade  Growth Impact  on  Jobs  and  Households As of 12/31/2007 Increase By 2015 Jobholders Households Jobholders Households Jobholders HouseholdsHoward 34,700 22,000 8,800 5,500 43,500 27,500Anne Arundel 61,4000 38,000 15,600 9,800 77,000 47,800Baltimore 20,500 13,000 5,200 3,300 25,700 16,300City/CountyCarroll 11,000 7,000 2,800 1,800 13,800 8,800Remainder of 29,900 18,800 7,600 4,800 53,100 23,600RegionTotal 157,000 98,800 40,000 25,200 213,100 124,000Total Region 2.4 Million 1.5 Million 400,000 250,000 2.8 Million 1.75 Million 24
  25. 25. Fort  Meade  Workforce  DistributionHeavily  concentrated  in  a  corridor  running  from  Anne  Arundel  County,  through   Howard  and  Carroll  Counties  and  into  southern  PA 25 Source: NSA; RGMC Staff Analysis
  26. 26. The  Fort  Meade  Regional  Growth  Management  Committee  (RGMC) 26
  27. 27. Fort  Meade  Regional  Growth   Management  Committee  (RGMC)   The  RGMC  is  the  vehicle  for  regional  collaboration Executive Committee County, City and Installation Executives RGMC Leadership Team Issue Areas Fort Meade Regional Growth Transportation Management Committee Family Support Business Support Emergency Management Anne Baltimore Carroll Howard Montgomery Arundel Fort Meade NSA County County County CountyCounty Prince Queen Talbot Baltimore City of DISA NGOs County City Laurel County County
  28. 28. Two-­Pronged  Strategy Limit  growth  in  traffic  volume  while  expanding  capacity  at a  few  key  highway  segments  and  intersections Focus limited funding on a fewRoadway projects in and around Fort MeadeCapacity Develop fallback program to be ready for 2011 Develop agency-sponsored transportation demand managementDemand program (TDMP)Management Address both short-term and long- term need / opportunity
  29. 29. BRAC  Business  Initiative  (BBI) Small Businesses Sub-Contractors Subcontractors Prime Contractors Defense Agency 29
  30. 30. Organization  of  the  BBI BBI Leadership Congressman Cummings County Executive Ulman HCC President Hetherington BBI Team Kent Menser Raj Kudchadkar Jeryl Baker Patty KeetonTest Companies Partner Advisory Support NetworkingRaj Kudchadkar Companies Companies Agencies Jeryl Baker- Creative Access Raj Kudchadkar Patty Keeton Kent Menser- Diamond Contracting- Gantech Inc. - Applied Physics - Adjudication - Nancy Briguglio- Hub Consulting Group 1,600 (Co-Chair)- Jaypar Lab (APL)- Snell Enterprises Membership - DISA - Reginald Avery- Pinder Group- Trifecta Industries - LG-TEK - Kellyann Few-Versa Tech 600 - DMA-BITHGROUP Technologies Match-Up - John Heinz-CentreTEK Solutions - L-3-DeHorn Corporation Database - NSA - Alvin Katz-Edwards & Hill Office Furniture - SAIC - Renee Madden-Earthlite Manag.Strategies Over 5,000 - Army Corps.- Email Distribution - Jose Maldonado-Linden Contracting - Trusant Of Engineers-M-PALM Technologies - Karen Shannon-Technology Security Assoc.-TMI Solutions - Thu Stubbs-Tri Professionals Group 30
  31. 31. Becoming  a  BBI  Memberneed to do is register in the BBI Match-Up Database! The database can be found at:www.bbimatch-up.comNot only is this database used to maintain membership records, but it also used bygovernment agencies and large primes/businesses to identify BBI companies forpotential contracting opportunities.The database is also a great means to network with other BBI members. There is abusiness increase its network. All the information you do include in the database ispublic so please read all instructions and disclaimers carefully. Once you become a For more information on the BBI, please visit: http://bbi.howardcountymd.gov 31
  32. 32. BRAC  Business  InitiativeMembership  Meetings  Schedule 32
  33. 33. BRAC  Business  InitiativeMatch-­Up  Meetings  Schedule 33
  34. 34. BRAC  Business  InitiativeBrown-­Bag  Meetings  Schedule 34
  35. 35. BRAC  Business  InitiativeTargeted  Networking  Schedule 35
  36. 36. Fort  Meade  Regional  Growth  Management   Committee  (RGMC)  &  State  Points  of  Contact Jurisdiction/O rganization Primary RepresentativeA nne A rundel County Bob L eib (410-222-1227)Baltimore C ity Steve Gondol (410-637-3750)Baltimore County Bill Jones (410-887-5702)Howard County K ent Menser (410-313-6521)C ity of L aurel K risty M ills (301-725-5300)Montgomery County Phil A lperson (240-777-2595) Wanda Plumer (301-583-4608)Talbot County Paige Bethke (410-770-8058) F aith E lliot-Rossing (410-758-4418)Fort George G. Meade Bill Wittman (301-677-3783) Asuntha C hiang Smith (410-260-7370)State of M aryland (Department of E conomic Development) Julie Woepke (443-324-0861)State of M aryland (Department of Transportation) Sean M assey (410-865-1283)State of M aryland (M aryland Transportation A uthority) Jer ry C ichy (410-767-8352)State of M aryland (H ighway A uthority) K eith K ucharek (410-545-8792)Regional B R A C O ffice (A berdeen Proving G round) K aren Holt (410-273-5708)B W I Business Partnership L inda G reene (410-859-1000)Baltimore Washington Cor ridor C hamber of Commerce Walt Townshend (301-725-4000)Fort Meade A lliance Rosemary Budd (301-543-4531)Fort Meade Regional G rowth M anagement Committee Jean F riedberg (410-992-5050)(Transportation Coordinator)G reater Baltimore Committee Bob H ellauer (410-727-2820) 36Howard County C hamber Pam K lahr (410-730-4111)West A nne A rundel County C hamber C laire Louder (410-672-3422)
  37. 37. Conclusion &  Questions 37

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