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2011 FEDCON Summit

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  • Photo 1: The Figaro First post-Panamex ship to visit the Savannah Port. Photo 2: FORSCOM headquarters
  • 12 Major Military Installations (5 Air Force, 7 Army) Manage one of Corps’ largest military design and construction program in terms of dollars and projects. Civil Works responsibilities encompass two-thirds of eastern Georgia. Military design and construction boundaries cover the states of GA, NC and SC - 7 Army and 6 Air Force installations, and 1 Navy installation. Perform new work and maintenance dredging in two primary deep water ports on East Coast, Savannah and Brunswick Harbors; maintain significant portion of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Operate 3 multipurpose dam and lake projects on upper Savannah River - Hartwell, Richard B. Russell and J. Strom Thurmond. Regulatory boundaries cover the entire state of Georgia. Real Estate division handles property acquisition, disposal, leasing and forest management for Savannah, Charleston and Wilmington Districts. HAP – Eastern half of US. Program spans 10 time zones.
  • Past Performance is critical. Past Relevant is required. Respond to ALL RFP requirements. Pay attention to weight and significance assigned to specific selection factors. Meeting the minimum requirements earns a rating of “Satisfactory”, not “Outstanding”. Get de-briefed even if you are selected, it is the best way for contractors to learn how to improve their submittals.
  • From the homepage under contracting opportunities, you will find Savannah Regional Contracting Center with three sections that may be helpful to you. The first is a link to FedBizOpps—the website Federal Business Opportunities – this is where you will find solicitations and award information for SAS contracts. I’ll show you that link in more detail in just a moment. Second you’ll find a link that will display the Indefinite Delivery/indefinite Quantity Contracts. More on that in just a moment too. You’ll also find a link to other Corps offices on this web page and last-- contact information for the Savannah Contracting Division.

Corps of Engineers - Savannah District Corps of Engineers - Savannah District Presentation Transcript

  • Savannah District Program Review Diego Martinez Army Program Manager Savannah District 20 October 2011
    • Military Program
    • Acquisition
    • Questions
    Agenda
  • Military Design/ Construction Boundary Civil Works Boundary Regulatory Boundary Legend NC GA Savannah Harbor (Savannah District HQ) Brunswick Harbor Charleston District Wilmington District Pope AAF Ft. Bragg Ft. Gordon Robins AFB Dobbins AFB Ft. McPherson/ Ft. Gillem Ft. Benning Moody AFB Ft. Stewart/HAAF Kings Bay Hartwell Dam & Lake R. B. Russell Dam & Lake J. Strom Thurmond Dam & Lake New Sav’h Bluff Lock & Dam GA SC NC VA FL Seymour Johnson AFB Savannah District Boundaries
  • Savannah District FY12 Program Military $43 Million $62 Million $696 Million Civil Works Environmental
  • Military Program
  • SAS Military Program Trends Fiscal Year
  • FY12 Military Program MILITARY PROGRAM: $2.4 BILLION UNDER CONSTRUCTION Army $230 Million DoD $292 Million Air Force $6 Million
  • FY 12-16 Military Program Forecast ($M) *SAS will provide construction supervision only for DLA Program PROGRAM FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 Army 230 222 91 18 112 Air Force 6 29 27 28 89 DoD/DLA* 292 95 88 65 114 UMMCA/ ECIP 18 3 4 4 0 O&M 150 150 150 150 150 TOTAL 696 499 360 265 465
  • FY-12 Program Acquisition Strategies INST PROJECTNAME PN Fund YR PA UR SB HubZone Acquisition Tool Fort Benning McBride School AM0003 DODEA 2012 $37,000,000 37,000,000 NAO MATOC (Task Order) Fort Benning Trainee Barracks 69745 MCA 2012 $23,000,000 SWF MATOC (Task Order) Fort Benning Rail Loading Facility 62953 MCA 2012 $13,600,000 13,600,000 GC09-06, SB MATOC Task Order Fort Bragg McNair School 02051 DODEA 2011 $23,000,000 23,000,000 NAO MATOC (Task Order) Fort Bragg Murray School 10081 DODEA 2011 $22,000,000 22,000,000 NAO MATOC (Task Order) Fort Bragg ECIP, Transpired Solar Collector 77069 ECIP 2012 $61,500,000 1,500,000 8A SATOC (Task Order) Fort Bragg NCO Academy 43335 MCA 2012 $42,000,000 42,000,000 (U) MATOC (Task Order) Fort Bragg UAS Unit 69835 MCA 2012 $54,000,000 54,000,000 (U) MATOC (Task Order) Fort Bragg TEMF 70751 MCA 2012 $27,000,000 14,000,000 13,000,000 (U) MATOC (Task Order); Private Utility - $17M; Seed for MATOC Fort Bragg Battle Command Training Center 76958 MCA 2012 $23,000,000 23,000,000 SB MATOC Fort Bragg Hospital Add 70351 DODM 2012 $57,600,000 57,600,000 "C" Type, PPT (Unrestricted) Fort Bragg DDESS Facility 977050 DODEA 2012 $3,138,000 3,138,000 SDVOB competitive Pope AAF SOF Training Facility 43055 DOD 2012 $5,400,000 5,400,000 GC09-05 (Task Order) Pope AAF C-130 Flight Simulator 083003 MCAF 2012 $6,000,000 6,000,000 SB MATOC (Task Order) Fort Gordon Hand Grenade Range 71705 MCA 2012 $1,500,000 1,500,000 8A Match Fort Gordon Whitelaw 23994 NSA 2012 $17,000,000 12,900,000 SB MATOC (Task Order) Fort Stewart Dog Kennel Facility 62728 MCA 2012 $2,600,000 2,600,000 8A Match Fort Stewart Stewart Hospital II 72292 DODM 2012 $72,300,000 72,300,000 "C" Type, PPT (Unrestricted)
  • Acquisition
  • Acquisition Trends
    • Best Value Procurements
      • Continue to procure MATOCs and SATOCs
      • Increased use of Standalone Acquisitions
    • Centers of Standardization
      • Design-Build moving to Adapt-Build
      • More use of in-house and AE 100% designs
      • Increased use of Regional/Local Contracts
  • FY12 Acquisition Plan
    • AE Contracts
    • Eight Unrestricted Full Service AE Design $12M Capacity, Solicitation TBD
    • Three Restricted Full Service AE Design
    • $4.5M Capacity, Business Standard and Solicitation TBD
    • Six Unrestricted Full Service Installation Specific AE Design $12M Capacity, Solicitation TBD
    • Three Restricted Full Service Installation Specific AE Design $4.5M Capacity, Business Standard and Solicitation TBD
    • Two Restricted Value Engineering Specific AE Design $5.0M Capacity, Solicitation TBD
  • FY12 Acquisition Plan
    • Military Construction Program
    • One Unrestricted Design Build/Design Bid Build MATOC $499M Capacity, 1 st Qtr Solicitation
    • Military Reimbursable Program
    • Two Unrestricted Design Build MATOCs (Ft. Gordon TBUP/TCUP) $350M Capacity, 2 nd Qtr Solicitation
    • One Unrestricted Design Build Paving SATOC (Ft. Bragg)
      • $100M Capacity, 3 rd Qtr Solicitation
    • One SDVOSB Design Build MATOC (Ft. Benning)
      • $45M Capacity, 2 nd Qtr Solicitation
    • Two 8(a) Design Build SATOCs
      • $100M Capacity, 3 rd Qtr Solicitation
  • FY12 Acquisition Plan
    • Military Reimbursable Program
    • Two HubZone Design Build SATOCs (Ft. Benning, Ft. Gordon) $45M Capacity each, 1 st Qtr Solicitation
    • One SDVOSB Design Build SATOC (Ft. Bragg) $45M Capacity, 1 st Qtr Solicitation
    • One 8(a) Design Build SATOC (Ft. Stewart) $45M Capacity, 1 st Qtr Solicitation
    • Two SB Paving SATOCs (Ft. Bragg, Ft. Gordon)
      • $25M Capacity each, 1 st Qtr Solicitation
    • Environmental Program
    • One SB Environmental Services MATOC
    • $45M Capacity, 2 nd Qtr Solicitation
  • 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?
  • www.sas.usace.army.mil Savannah District Web Site Look for us on the web!
  • Contracting Opportunities
  • SAS Social Media
    • Twitter
    • http://twitter.com/SavannahCorps
    • Facebook
    • http://www.facebook.com/savannahcorps
    • YouTube
    • http://www.youtube.com/SavannahCorps
    • Flickr
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahcorps
  • Tim Corley, Chief, Military Program (912) 652-5420 [email_address] Juana Torres-Perez, Chief, Environmental/IIS Program (912) 652-5792 [email_address] Alan Garrett, Chief, Civil Works Program (912) 652-5172 [email_address] Leila Hollis, Chief, Office of Small Business Programs (912)652-5340 [email_address] Mr. Tom Brockbank, Chief, CoS Section (912) 652-5212 [email_address] Les Zuniga, Chief, AE Contract Management Section (912) 652-5547 [email_address] Program Points of Contact
  • Questions?