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  • Revised 3/19/09
  • Updated by Kelli Johnson (Civil, and IIS) and Debra Ford (Military & FUDS): This slide represents the amount we expect to obligate this FY09 Civil $267,241,500 (Incl. $81,000,000 Recovery Act) MILCON $186,000,000 Mil. O&M $129,000,000 FUDS $43,000,000 IIS $324,951,000 TOTAL $950,192,500 Regulatory $6,494,100 (Incl. $454,000 Recovery Act) TOTAL $956,686,600 Civil $273,735,600 28.6% (incl. Regulatory) Military $358,000,000 37.4% (MILCON, O&M, FUDS) IIS $324,951,000 34.0% (VA, CBP, Border Fence) Total $956,686,600 Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) – 36,985,000 100.0% Department of Homeland Security (DHS) CBP Major Construction – 238,650,000 CBP Repair & Alteration – 26 Projects $9,821,000 ICE Repair & Alteration – 5 Projects $4,495,000 SBI-TI – border fence - $35,000,000 (Mostly Closeout)
  • FY2009 GI Regular 12,527.6 + ARRA 1,575.0 CG Regular 67,221.6 + ARRA 47,970.2 O&M Regular 38,012.9 + ARRA 16,854.1 FY 2010 GI Regular 12,126.1 + ARRA 450.0 CG Regular 106,035.9 + ARRA 113,381.4 O&M Regular 33,019.2 + ARRA 20,794.4

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  • SAME 2009 Water Conference COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los Angeles District US Army Corps of Engineers 28 October 2009
  • Navigation Flood Control Engineering Design Military Construction Emergency Operations ( PL 84 – 99 ) Environmental Restoration Regulatory Permitting ( § 404, Clean Water Act ) International and Interagency Support Overseas Contingency Operations / Homeland Security 226,000 square miles Provides support to 8 million acres of military installations 80,000 acres of USACE project properties 420 miles of shore line / 14 harbors ENVIRONMENTAL “EXTREMES” ( in contiguous 48 states ) : Hottest and Driest Locations ( Death Valley ) Highest Elevation - Mount Whitney ( 14,494 feet above sea level ) Lowest Elevation - Bad Water, Death Valley ( 282 feet below sea level ) Critical Habitat / Biodiversity ( 385 Threatened / Endangered Species ) 30 Million people ( 1 in 10 Americans ) Population growing by 500,000 annually 3 of 7 Most Populated US cities ( Los Angeles / San Diego / Phoenix ) 8 U.S. SEN / 44 U.S. REP / 4 GOV World’s 8th largest economy ( > Canada / Spain ) CA ports = 40% US trade by volume Ports of LA / Long Beach = US No. 1 and 3 LA Customs = US No. 1 ( $300 BIL annually ) LA Metro = US No. 1 manufacturer ( employment ) Civil Works Military Army Installation Air Force Installation Area Office Resident Office OREGON IDAHO WYOMING COLORADO NEVADA NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH ARIZONA CALIFORNIA
  • FY 09 District Program Civil $ 273,735,600 Interagency and International Support $324,951,000 $956,686,000 Military $358,000,000 34% 28.6% 37.4%
  • Civil Works Program Ecosystem Restoration: Tres Rios Navigation, Ports & Harbors: Port of L.A. $12,576.1 GI $54,867 O&M FY10 $219,417.3 CG O&M CG GI FY09 $53,813.6 $115,191.8 $14,102.6 Flood Risk Management: Prado Dam
  • A Watershed Approach
    • Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and stakeholders to find holistic and sustainable solutions.
    Little Colorado Trilby Wash Virgin River
  • A Watershed Approach
    • Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Solutions through collaboration with partners and stakeholders to find holistic and sustainable solutions.
  • Water Supply SPL Dams and Environmental Infrastructure Projects
  • Regulatory The Clean Water Act Section 404 : The Corps protects the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of the waters of the U.S. through regulation of dredged or fill material.
  • Flood Risk Management Santa Maria Levee Santa Paula Creek Santa Ana River San Luis Rey
  • Dam and Levee Safety National Levee Safety Act of 2007 specifies the development of a national levee safety program, including inventory of all the Nation’s levees and inspection of all federally constructed, and non-federally operated and maintained levees. Arizona ~30 miles of Federal Levees 3 Corps Dams 3 Section 7 Dams
  • Coastal Projects
  • FY Civil Works 2010 Appropriations
    • FY2010 Appropriations – Conference Report
    • General Investigations $9.4 Million
      • Studies ($7.4 Million)
      • Design ($1.9 Million)
    • Construction General $86.7 Million
      • Santa Ana River Mainstem ($49.3M)
      • Tres Rios ($15.0M)
    • Operation & Maintenance $30.1 Million
    • Bill Status: passed House. Waiting vote in Senate.
    • FY2010 ARRA
    • General Investigations $225 Thousand
    • Construction General $74.4 Million
    • Operation & Maintenance $14.5 Million
  • Civil Works Opportunities
    • Santa Paula Creek – Phase 2 Q4/FY10 $1M - $5M
    • Santa Paula Creek – Environmental studies Q1/FY10 <$1M
    • Rio de Flag – Ph 2A, Open Channel Q2/FY10 $1M - $5M
    • Rio de Flag – Ph 3, Design & P&S Q1/FY10 <$1M
    • Tucson Drainage – Upper Reach Q3/FY10 $1M - $10M
    • Tres Rios – Pump Statoin Q3/FY10 $20M - $40M
    • Tres Rios - Phase 3A Water Water Marsh Q4/FY10 $1M - $10M
    • Tres Rios – Levee 1C Q2/FY10 $1M - $5M
    • Tres Rios – Recreation Design & P&S Q1/FY10 $<1M
    • Horizontal MATOC Q2/FY10 $49.5M
    • Regional DB MATOC Q2/FY10 <$500M
  • Sustainable “Green” Engineering Cambria Desalinization Plant Cambria, CA 850kW Wind Power Generator Fort Huachuca, AZ MOUT Site Fort Irwin, CA (NTC)
    • Walls made of studcast
    • Cut the budget by 30%
    • Accelerated constr by
    • 50%
    • Will provide potable water
    • supply; contamination currently
    • limiting available sources
    Sustainable Need and Potential! Opportunity for new partnerships in: MILCON Civil Works I&IS Wind Solar Land area Lack of water Growing population
  • COL Thomas H. Magness Commander Los Angeles District US Army Corps of Engineers 28 October 2009 SAME 2009 Water Conference Los Angeles District: www.spl.usace.army.mil Los Angeles District Commander: [email_address] Los Angeles District Small Business Administrator: [email_address] http:// ebs.spl.usace.army.mil /