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Ai Capability Profile August 2010

  1. 1. Purpose • The Wichita and Affiliated Tribes created the Wichita Tribal Industrial Development Commission (WTIDC) which has oversight for Anadarko Industries, LLC (AI) which was established as an economic development project to generate profits that can be used for the benefit of all members of the tribe • Incorporated by Tribe in July 2003 and SBA 8(a) certification was received on November 18, 2003 • President of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes is Leslie Standing and Vice President is Stratford Williams • Chairman of WTIDC is Benjamin Hatfield • Tribal Government – Headquarters located in Anadarko, Oklahoma – 2,496 tribal members receive benefits from AI 2
  2. 2. Mission and Revenue Growth Mission – Our Mission is to provide the highest quality services and products to our customers Values – We value our employees, our customers, our partners and our reputation Culture – Anadarko Industries is part of the Wichita family. We embrace the cyclical “spirit” of the Tribe as we encounter challenges each day. Our approach to Quality is driven by a continuous cycle of improvements and innovations driven by our individuals devoted to serving our customers in the best way possible. 2009 Revenue is $45.0M with 169 Employees – June 2010 Headcount at 198 3
  3. 3. CCR Data and Client Base Native American Tribal Owned SBA certified 8(a) firm Central Contractor Registration Data – CCR 1-year Rolling Average Headcount is 181 employees – 2010 3-year Average Revenue is $35.2M Strong Financial Condition – Debt Free, Strong Financial Position with Substantial Line of Credit and Significant Working Capital Excellent Past Performance Evaluations on All Contracts – Strong Management Team with Emphasis on Quality Performance Stable Infrastructure with Excellent Employee Benefits – High 96.9% Incumbent Employee Capture Rate Since Company Inception in 2003 – Low 4.0% Employee Voluntary Turnover Rate for 2009 Competitive Indirect Rate Structure Diverse Client Base (Total Contract Awards $453.2M) – National Aeronautics and Space Administration - $325.8M – United States Department of Agriculture - $92.7M – Department of Defense, Air Force and Navy - $33.0M – Miscellaneous - $1.7M 4
  4. 4. Locations and Skill Mix Dispersed National Geographic Operating Locations Employee Skill Mix 5
  5. 5. Recognized Performance 2006: – NASA JSC Mentor of the Year 2007: – USDA Office of Procurement and Property Mgmt SDB Contractor of the Year – Twentieth (20th) Largest Houston Area Minority-Owned Business by The Houston Business Journal – Tenth (10th) Largest NASA Johnson Space Center Contractor by The Houston Business Journal 2008: – Fifth (5th) Fastest Growing Small Business in Houston Metroplex by The Houston Business Journal – Tenth (10th) Largest Houston Area Minority-Owned Business by The Houston Business Journal – Twenty-Fifth (25th) Largest Houston Technology Employer by The Houston Business Journal – Eighth (8th) Largest NASA Johnson Space Center Contractor by The Houston Business Journal 2009: – Tenth (10th) Largest NASA Johnson Space Center Contractor by The Houston Business Journal – Ranked 615 in Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America by Inc. Magazine – Twenty-Third (23rd) Fastest Growing Small Business In Houston Metroplex by The Houston Business Journal 2010: – Ranked in Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America by Inc. Magazine – 2010 Houston Business Journal rankings not released yet Pictured in the photograph are left to right, Gilbert Smith, USDA Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, Kenn Hall, Anadarko Industries Vice President, Tom Short, Anadarko Industries President, Debbie Sanders, Team Leader for USDA OPPM-POD-ITSS Contracting Team, and James House, Director, USDA Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization 6
  6. 6. Core Capabilities Information Safety Technology – Help Desk/End User Support – Institutional Safety – Application Development – Fire Protection – Web and Portal Design – Test Safety Operations – Field Studies/Benchmarking – VPP (OSHA) Certified – Infrastructure Maintenance – General Systems and Network Business Management – Technical Assistance Management – Configuration Management – Data and Resource Management – Administrative/Clerical Services – Contract Closeouts Logistics & – Financial Analysts – Conferencing Support Procurement – Facility Operations Management – Logistics Engineering – Transportation – Material Handling and Warehousing – Shipping and Receiving – Construction Design and Engineering – Second Party Reseller – Calibration and Metrology – Buyer and Subcontract Administration – Test Safety Engineering – Fire Protection Engineering – Quality Assurance MILITARY INFORMATION OPERATIONS PLANNING – Strategic Military Information Operations Planning and Operations – Consultant services to support Psychological Operations, Electronic Warfare, Operations Security, Military Deception and Computer Network Operations on site at the U.S. Combatant Commands worldwide – Support to DOD training efforts in field of military strategic and operational planning – Expert analytical and historical research in field of military planning and military information 7 warfare and operations.
  7. 7. Information Technology What We Do • Help desk support • Systems administration and management • System analysis and design • IT Security installation and maintenance • IT system configuration control • Budgetary planning and tracking • Asset Management • Software analysis design and development • Computer programming • Database design and management • Software verification and validation • Source data entry • Data analysis • Training • Field studies/Benchmarking • Web design and implementation Customers • General Dynamics Information Technology • Jacobs Technology • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center (JSC) • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) • USDA Forest Service • General Services Administration (GSA) Contracts • FS Acquisition Management Systems (AQM) • Encore II • JSC Human Resources and Procurement Offices Support Services (HRPO) • FS Information Technology Support Services • USDA Large Office End User Support Services (LOEU ITSS) • Rapid Response Third Generation • FS Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) System • GSA Federal Supply Schedule for General Purpose Commercial IT Services Achievements • Excellent performance evaluation scores on all IT contracts (HRPO, LOEU ITSS, AQM and VIPR) • On USDA LOEU ITSS contract, AI consolidated six large office infrastructure support contracts and five contractors into one contract which equaled cost reduction • Two Exceptional Software awards for Workforce Transformation Tracking System • Initial VIPR system rolled out on schedule and is ready for 2009 fire season. 8 • Developed and integrated HR portal for NASA JSC that was adapted at headquarter level.
  8. 8. Logistics What We Do • Warehousing • Government Furnished Equipment • Inventory Management • Material Management • Storage of Hazmat items • Material handling • Shipping • Packing and Crating • Hazmat Shipping • Flight Equipment Shipping and receiving • Hazardous material delivery • Receiving • Delivery • Fleet management • Responsible for loading and transporting $3 Million moon rover • Transportation • Chauffer Services Customers • Computer Sciences Corporation • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center Contracts • NASA JSC Facility Support Services • NASA JSC Center Operations Support Services Achievements • Received award for Hurricane Ike recovery efforts • Understand Federal Government logistics processes • Operate DCMA approved MAXIMO asset management system 9
  9. 9. Industrial Procurement What We Do • Full Facility Maintenance procurement and accounts payable services – Product identification – Negotiating with vendors – Subcontract Administration – Product purchase – Invoicing – Accounts payable Customers • Computer Sciences Corporation • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center Contracts • NASA JSC Facility Support Services • NASA NSC Center Operations Support Services Achievements • Renewable Energy/Wind Turbine installation at JSC Childcare Facility • $16M to $20M in annual procurements for JSC. • Understand Federal Government procurement and process • Understand FAR regulations and procedures • Operate DCMA approved MAXIMO purchasing system • Handling $20M in 2009 Recovery Act Funding for JSC roofing projects • Received Group Achievement award for bringing JSC power supply feeds back up over a week prior to Space Shuttle launch. 10
  10. 10. Military Information Operations Planning What We Do • Strategic Military Information Operations Planning and Operations • Consultant services to support Psychological Operations, Electronic Warfare, Operations Security, Military Deception and Computer Network Operations on site at the U.S. Combatant Commands worldwide • Support to DOD training efforts in field of military strategic and operational planning • Expert analytical and historical research in field of military planning and military information warfare and operations, to include the publication of unclassified and classified white papers and studies for the senior leadership of the Department of Defense Customers • ManTech, Inc. • United States Department of Defense Contracts • Secretary of Defense Washington Headquarters Services Security and Mission Assurance • Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence) Tampa MILDEC Planner Support Services Achievements • AI has built a strong team that can provide specialized consulting, planning and operations to the Federal government. • Our future plans include expanding similar services to the Department of Homeland 11 Security, the National Counterterrorism Center and other related Federal agencies.
  11. 11. Safety What We Do • Institutional safety • Safety and fire protection training • Maintenance and inspection of fire protection systems • Facility construction/maintenance safety • Test safety operations • Safety information systems • Safety Data Reporting & Trend Analysis • Safety Awareness Campaigns • AI’s priority is to avoid loss of life, and to prevent personal injury or illness, property loss or damage, or environmental harm and to follow all applicable federal, state, and local regulations Licenses • Texas Fire Marshal’s Office (Alarm, Sprinkler, Extinguisher) • Certified Safety Professionals • Fire Protection Professional Engineer Customers • MEI Technologies • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center Contracts • NASA JSC Safety and Fire Services Contract • NASA JSC Center Institutional Safety Services Achievements • Annual Safety Awareness Day • VPP STAR Certified Contract • Awards for Hurricane Ike Recovery Efforts • NASA JSC Space Flight Awareness Award • NASA JSC Safety Action Team (JSAT) Awards • NASA JSC “Going the Extra Mile” (GEM) Awards 12
  12. 12. Business Management What We Do • Business service support – Contract management – Financial analysis – Administrative support – Program Management • Technical communication support • Librarian and historian • Conference and outreach support • International programs • Automobile leasing • Clerical duties • Meeting support • Documentation preparation • Records management/Configuration Management • Human resources operations Activities Customers • Air Force Office of Scientific Research • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center Contracts • Air Force Office of Scientific Research Consolidated Support Services • NASA JSC Human Resources and Procurement Offices Support Services Achievements • Saved Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) $3M – Resulted in Outstanding Contracting Team Award for AFRL for 2007 – Received Exceptional CPAR for 2008 and 2009 • Consolidation of 6 contracts and contractors into one AFOSR Contract Exceptional AFOSR CPAR Review Comment by CO: “This past 12 months of performance by Anadarko Industries in conjunction with their subcontractor has been one of the most positive contract experiences I have ever encountered. Always on time with deliverables, responsive to varying demands, reactive to emergent situations, proactive to preclude issues on future AFOSR needs, effectively cross-utilizing personnel to accomplish the mission, and creative in development of ideas to save government costs. While there is always room for improvement in any effort, it is difficult to 13 imagine where that would apply on this contract.”
  13. 13. Engineering What We Do • Test safety engineering • Aerospace engineering • Calibration and metrology • Fire protection engineering • Construction design and engineering support that includes designers and engineers in the fields of architecture, structural, civil, mechanical and electrical • Quality Assurance Customers Jessie Zapata, an AI employee, with • Computer Sciences Corporation the NASA JSC Science Crew Operation • MEI Technologies and Utility Testbed (SCOUT). • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center • The Boeing Company Contracts • NASA JSC Calibration and Metrology Services • NASA JSC Center Institutional Safety Services • NASA JSC Center Operations Support Services • NASA JSC Facility Support Services • NASA JSC Safety and Fire Services • Boeing BETS Engineering Systems Support Achievements • Annual Safety Awareness Day • VPP STAR Certified Contract • Awards for Hurricane Ike Recovery Efforts • NASA JSC Space Flight Awareness Award • NASA JSC Safety Action Team (JSAT) Awards • NASA JSC “Going the Extra Mile” (GEM) Awards 14
  14. 14. AI Organization Tom Short President & CEO Kenn Hall Peggy Thomas Melissa Lewis, Mike Reeves Vice President, Vice President, Administrative Vice President, Operations Chief Technology Officer Support Business Development Pam Ugalde Mike Harrison Business HR Manager Development Proposal Specialist Jay Inman Nicky Morgan Business Finance Development Manager Technical Specialist Rachel Wooten Contracts Lawrence Manager/ Best Facility Security Pricing Officer Analyst Victoria Edgington Operations Manager Contract Program Management NASA JSC One EVA Melissa Chaviers, Houston, Texas USDA Large Office End User IT Support Victoria Edgington, Nationwide USDA Forest Service Ken Baab, Ft. Collins, CO NASA JSC Human Resource & Procurement Office (HRPO) Contract Marie Lopez, Houston, TX NASA JSC Center Institutional Safety Services Bill Crittenden, Houston, TX NASA JSC Facilities Support Services Procurement/Logistics Management Amy Eskridge, Houston, TX 15 Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) CSA Tom Jervey, Arlington, VA Government Services Administration (GSA) Jay Inman, Houston, Texas
  15. 15. Special Benefits of Native American Tribal Owned Company “Super 8(a)” Status • Federal legislation has created a group designated “Native Americans” that are afforded exclusive contract preferences • Native Americans are among poorest and most under-employed groups in America – U.S. Government has taken a number of steps to help promote self-sufficiency in this population – One of its most successful initiatives has been including these Native American groups in the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program as “socially and economically disadvantaged” • Important distinction between Native Americans and their non-Native American counterparts in the 8(a) program – Non-Native American businesses represent one individual or one family – Native American businesses provide the benefits of the 8(a) program to 100% of the members of a disadvantaged group – Benefits and profits are spread over a much larger population so each individual shareholder receives much less than an individual company owner Small Business Administration “Other Than Small” Classification • Small Business Administration has established an “Other Than Small” Classification under FAR 52.219- 9(d)(1). • In accordance with Government Accountability Office’s decisions, experience from one affiliated American Tribal Owned entity can be attributed to another affiliated American Tribal Owned entity if the proposal demonstrates that the resources of the affiliated company with the relevant experience will contribute to performance of the contract. • Such reliance on an affiliated entity’s past performance does not create an affiliation problem for size purposes for tribally owned firms under the Small Business Administration’s broad exemption from affiliation for tribally owned entities. See 13 CFR 124.109(c)(2)(iii). Thus, tribally owned entities may rely upon the past performance of sister companies with which they team on 8(a) set asides without being affiliated. • Prime contractor can subcontract to WTIDC Companies and receive small business and small disadvantaged business (SDB) credit for life of contract without consideration of prime contract’s NAICS code or size standard. • When one or more subcontractors are in the subcontract tier between the prime contractor and WTIDC Companies , the prime contractor can still count our subcontract revenue towards achieving the contract’s small business and SDB subcontracting goals. When one or more subcontractors are in the subcontract tier between the prime contractor and WTIDC Companies , the prime contractor can still count our 16 subcontract revenue towards achieving the contract’s small business and SDB subcontracting goals.
  16. 16. Why Use AI? Benefits of Using Native American Tribal Owned Company • Small Disadvantaged Business credit • Native American sole-sourcing is valid contract mechanism (13 CFR 124.506(b)) – Sole-source award cannot be protested – A-76 procurements can be 8(a) sole-sourced – Tribal 8(a) status makes possible a long term, sole-source partnership – Sole-source set aside contracts have no minimum dollar limitation • “Other Than Small” Classification (FAR 52.219-9(d)(1)) • 5% rebate to prime contractor may be available on Department of Defense work (FAR 52.226-1) • Buy Indian credit • Tribe can own multiple 8(a) certified companies and each company can use past performance from the other companies Benefits of Using AI • AI is a dynamic enterprise excelling in both Government prime contractor and subcontractor roles – Experienced core management team – Competitive and realistic indirect rates – Comprehensive compensation package – Access to many capable resources – DCAA audited and approved proposal rates – Government approved business management systems • AI is a high quality cost competitive small disadvantaged business • Prime contractor can subcontract to AI and receive SB/SDB credit for contract life without consideration of prime contract’s NAICS code or size standard • Prime contractor can count AI’s revenue toward SB and SDB goals regardless of subcontract tier level of AI’s support • And, Government can sole source set-aside contracts to AI with no dollar limitation 17
  17. 17. Please Contact Us Tom Short President & CEO (281) 286-9201 – office (832) 661-2507 – cell tshort@anadarko-industries.com Kenn Hall Mike Reeves Vice President, Operations Vice President, Business Development (281) 286-9202 – office (281) 286-9203 – office (832) 723-8260 – cell (281) 731-6313 – cell khall@anadarko-industries.com mreeves@anadarko-industries.com 17625 El Camino Real, Suite 410 Houston, Texas 77058-3052 www.anadarko-industries.com

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