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  • Savannah District Program ReviewJohn FlintSr. Project ManagerSavannah DistrictOctober 2012US Army Corps of EngineersBUILDING STRONG®
  • Agenda Military Program Environmental & IIS Programs Civil Works Program Small Business Acquisition Planning Questions 2 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District Mission Provides facilities for Soldiers, Airmen and families Enables free-flow of commerce Conserves and protects the region’s water resources and natural resources Enhances family recreation 3 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Organization Our Greatest Asset: Our People Diverse 967 strong Multi-disciplined Customer focused 4 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District Boundaries LegendHartwell VA NCDam & Lake SeymourR. B. Russell GA Military Design/ Johnson AFBDam & Lake ConstructionJ. Strom Thurmond NC Pope AAF BoundaryDam & Lake Ft. Bragg Wilmington DistrictDobbins AFB Ft. Gillem SC New Sav’h Bluff Lock & Dam Civil Works Charleston District Boundary Robins AFBFt. Gordon Savannah Harbor GA (Savannah District HQ)Ft. Benning Ft. Stewart/HAAFMoody AFB Brunswick Harbor Kings Bay FL Regulatory Boundary 5 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District FY12 Program Military Civil Works Environmental$568 Million $62 Million $64 Million 6 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District FY13 Program Military Civil Works Environmental$542 Million $74 Million $34 Million 7 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Military Program 8 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Military Functions Program Trends FY01-16 Program ($Millions) 35,000 Other Air Force (ED&M, OMA) ARRA Construction 30,000 RE Environmental OCO 25,000 RDT&E Host Nation/FMS Engineering 20,000 & Design DOD 15,000 10,000 Army Construction 5,000 0 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Fiscal Year BUILDING STRONG®Current $ as of Mar 12
  • SAS Military Program Trends 2,100 1,400$M 700 0 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 MILCON $186 $315 $374 $333 $372 $490 $372 $984 $1,41 $2,09 $1,21 $848 $398 $392 $295 $104 $257 $145 $44 O&M $70 $68 $108 $99 $131 $195 $222 $129 $363 $317 $196 $199 $170 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 Fiscal Year 10 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS Military Program Awards MILCON O&M FY Projects $(M) Projects $(M) 00 28 186 92 70 01 25 315 113 68 02 41 374 134 108 03 29 333 134 99 04 26 372 176 131 05 36 490 130 195 06 33 372 125 222 07 36 984 121 129 08 61 1,418 188 363 09 68 2,094 215 317 10 63 1,216 163 196 11 46 848 160 199 12 19 398 123 170 11 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS FY13 Military Program ARMY $285 Million D-BARRACKS ACCESS CONTROL FORT BRAGG POINT ENTRANCE ROBINS AFB AIR FORCE $16 Million DOD $91 Million TROOP MEDICAL CENTER FORT STEWART Military Program Under Construction: $1.8 Billion 12 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS FY 13 - 18 Military Program Forecast ($M/ #Projects) PROGRAM FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18Army 285/18 67/2 0/0 75/2 0/0 4/1Air Force 16/2 0/0 17/1 89/9 0/0 0/0DoD 91/2 228/8 87/5 93/4 145/6 40/2O&M 150 150 150 150 150 150 TOTAL 542/22 445/10 254/6 407/15 295/6 194/3 13 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Army Program ($M/ #Projects) FY13 &INSTALLATION FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 PriorFt Benning 18/2 0 0 0 0 0Ft Bragg / Pope 191/8 6/1 0 0 0 4/1 AAFFt Gillem 0 0 0 0 0 0Ft Gordon 25/4 61/1 0 59/1 0 0Ft Stewart / HAAF 51/4 0 0 16/1 0 0 TOTAL 285/18 67/2 0 75/2 0/0 4/1 14 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Air Force Program ($M/ #Projects) FY13 &INSTALLATION FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 PriorDobbins ARB 0 0 0 0 0 0Moody AFB 9/1 0 0 22/1 0 0Ft. Bragg/PAAF 0 0 0 7/1 0 0Robins AFB 0 0 0 35/5 0 0Seymour 0 0 17/1 25/2 0 0Johnson AFBFt. Stewart 7/1 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 16/2 0/0 17/1 89/9 0/0 0/0 15 BUILDING STRONG®
  • DoD Program ($M/ #Projects) INSTALLATION FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18Ft Benning 37/1 47/2 4/1 44/2 3/1 36/1Ft Bragg / Pope 0 85/2 0 0 14/2 0Ft Buchanan 0 0 0 0/0 83/1 0Ft Gordon 0 0 0 0 40/1 0Ft Jackson 0 28/1 0 0 0 0Ft Rucker 0 0 57/1 0 0 0Ft Stewart/HAAF 0 64/2 8/1 49/2 5/1 4/1Seymour Johnson AFB 54/1 0 9/1 0 0 0Moody AFB 0 4/1 0 0 0 0Robins AFB 0 0 9/1 0 0 0 TOTAL 91/2 228/8 87/5 93/4 145/6 40/2 16 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Environmental andInternational & Interagency Services (IIS) Program 17 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS Environmental & IIS Program Trends 75 50 $M 25 0 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18Total Program Values 39 37 37 36 39 44 32 45 37 48 75 74 64 34 31 33 31 31 31 Fiscal Year 18 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS FY13 Environmental & IIS ProgramsENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION $5M ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY $17M BRAC $2M FUDS $9M I2S $1M 19 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS FY13-18 Environmental Program Forecast ($M) PROGRAM FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18Formerly Used Defense 9 9 8 8 8 8SitesInstallation 5 4 4 4 4 4Restoration/MMRPEnvironmental Quality 17 17 17 17 17 17BRAC 2 1 3 1 1 1I2S 1 1 1 1 1 1Totals 34 31 33 31 31 31 20 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Civil Works Program 21 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Civil Works Program Trends FY01-16 Program ($Millions) 20,000 Flood Control Supplemental ARRA (MR&T) FUSRAP 15,000 Non-Federal Other Direct FCCE & RP GE GI SFO and 10,000 Other Reimb 5,000 Operation & Maintenance Construction General 0 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Fiscal Year BUILDING STRONG®Current $ as of Mar 12
  • SAS Civil Works Program Trends 280 245 210 175 $M 140 105 70 35 0 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17Total Program Values 102 71 78 84 84 85 101 96 91 73 62 73 62 74 189 217 200 199 Fiscal Year 23 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS FY13 Civil Works Program Investigation $1M Construction $12M O&M $52M 24 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Civil Works FY13-17 Program Forecast ($M) PROGRAM FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17Investigation 1 1 1 2 2Construction 12 21 109 98 102O&M 52 54 53 53 53Contributed Funds 9 113 54 47 42TOTAL 74 189 217 200 199 25 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Small Business Program 26 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Small Business Trends 600 22% 53% 24% 400 43% 29% 52% 25%$M 45% 37% 40% 31% 200 0 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 SB 219 193 346 267 313 463 584 356 598 288 355 FY 27 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District Small Business FY12 FY12 USACE SB % Goals Actuals Small 43.3% $288M 45% Business SDB/8a 20% $156M 25% HUBZONE 13% $32M 5% Woman 10% $73M 12% Owned SDVOSB 5% $33M 5% Total District Program Award of $635M 28 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District Small Business FY13 FY13 USACE SB % Goals Goals Small TBD $355M 52% Business SDB/8a TBD $60M 9% HUBZONE TBD $38M 6% Woman TBD $5M 1% Owned SDVOSB TBD $33M 5% Total District Program Projection of $677M 29 BUILDING STRONG®
  • IDIQ Acquisition Planning 30 BUILDING STRONG®
  • FY13 AE Acquisition Unrestricted Full Service AE Design SB Full Service AE Design SB Value Engineering Specific AE Design Unrestricted Construction Management Services Unrestricted Civil Works AE Design Unrestricted Master Planning Number of contracts awarded in each category TBD 31 BUILDING STRONG®
  • FY13 Construction Acquisition One Unrestricted Design Build/Design Bid Build GC MATOC One SB Design Build MATOC (TCUP) One SDVOSB Design Build MATOC One 8(a) Design Build MATOC One SB Mechanical Controls (Energy) MATOC One Unrestricted Design Build Paving SATOC One SB Design Build SATOCs Two 8(a) Design Build SATOC One SDVOSB Design Build SATOC One HUBZone Design Build SATOC 32 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Acquisition TrendsContinue use of Best Value ProcurementsIncreased use of Stand Alone Acquisitions Both Invitation for Bid and Best Value ProcurementsUse of both Design-Build and 100% Design Solutions Customer or Program Dependent 33 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Acquisition Take Away Points Get to know the Corps by District.  What are the primary Programs/Missions they execute?  What are the procurement cycles associated with each Program?  Understand how each district procures the contract services to execute each Program. Are you a good fit?  Are you knowledgeable of the FAR and any agency specific procurement requirements?  Are you a relevant business for the procurement opportunities offered?  Are you competitive in the product or service being procured?  Are you a “top performer” in that business line? 34 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Savannah District Web Site www.sas.usace.army.mil 35 BUILDING STRONG®
  • ContractingOpportunities 36 BUILDING STRONG®
  • SAS Social Media Twitterhttp://twitter.com/SavannahCorps Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/savannahcorps YouTubehttp://www.youtube.com/SavannahCorps Flickrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahcorps 37 BUILDING STRONG®
  • Program Points of Contact Tim Corley, Chief, Military Program (912) 652-5420 Timothy.F.Corley@usace.army.milJuana Torres-Perez, Chief, Environmental/IIS Program (912) 652-5792 Juana.TorresPerez@usace.army.mil Alan Garrett, Chief, Civil Works Program (912) 652-5172 Thomas.A.Garrett@usace.army.milLeila Hollis, Chief, Office of Small Business Programs (912)652-5340 Leila.Hollis@usace.army.mil Mr. Tom Brockbank, Chief, CoS Section (912) 652-5212 Thomas.R.Brockbank@usace.army.milLes Zuniga, Chief, AE Contract Management Section (912) 652-5547 Leslie.A.Zuniga@usace.army.mil 38 BUILDING STRONG®
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