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“DCMA’s Transition to Fort Lee”<br />Presented By:<br />Pam Sutton<br />Deputy, BRAC Program Management Office<br />March ...
Agenda<br />DCMA -- “Who we are and what We Do”<br />BRAC Planning<br />Applying “BRAC Lessons Learned”<br />“DCMA Forward...
Our Mission<br />We provide Contract Administration Services to the Department of Defense Acquisition Enterprise and its p...
Worldwide  AcquisitionImpact<br />Worldwide Operations<br />Scope of Work<br /><ul><li> $2,247B Face Value of Contracts
 18,541 Contractors
 324,451 Contracts
 $204B Unliquidated Obligations
 ACAT 1 and 2 programs
 Flight Operations (1,150 Aircraft/yr)
 $112B Gov’t property in plant
 $8B Progress Payments
 $19B Performance Based Payments</li></ul>Span of Control<br /><ul><li>~10,000 civilian professionals
- ACOs, PI, QA, Engr, Prop
 800+ locations
 47 major field commands
 $1.1B budget authority
 $117M reimbursable w/FMS
 Combat Support Agency  </li></ul>4<br />
Provide Customer Focused<br />Contract Management Services<br />Right Item   =   Quality<br />Right Time  =   On-Time Deli...
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Brac Brief For Long & Foster 24 Mar 10

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Great overview on the Defense Contractors Management Association move to the Ft. Lee/Richmond, VA area

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Brac Brief For Long & Foster 24 Mar 10

  1. 1. “DCMA’s Transition to Fort Lee”<br />Presented By:<br />Pam Sutton<br />Deputy, BRAC Program Management Office<br />March 24, 2010<br />Revision 1, 3/18/2010<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />DCMA -- “Who we are and what We Do”<br />BRAC Planning<br />Applying “BRAC Lessons Learned”<br />“DCMA Forward”<br />DCMA’s Future HQs -- BLDG 10500<br />DCMA’s “BRAC Challenge”<br />Summary<br />
  3. 3. Our Mission<br />We provide Contract Administration Services to the Department of Defense Acquisition Enterprise and its partners to ensure delivery of quality products and services to the warfighter; on time and on cost. <br />3<br />
  4. 4. Worldwide AcquisitionImpact<br />Worldwide Operations<br />Scope of Work<br /><ul><li> $2,247B Face Value of Contracts
  5. 5. 18,541 Contractors
  6. 6. 324,451 Contracts
  7. 7. $204B Unliquidated Obligations
  8. 8. ACAT 1 and 2 programs
  9. 9. Flight Operations (1,150 Aircraft/yr)
  10. 10. $112B Gov’t property in plant
  11. 11. $8B Progress Payments
  12. 12. $19B Performance Based Payments</li></ul>Span of Control<br /><ul><li>~10,000 civilian professionals
  13. 13. - ACOs, PI, QA, Engr, Prop
  14. 14. 800+ locations
  15. 15. 47 major field commands
  16. 16. $1.1B budget authority
  17. 17. $117M reimbursable w/FMS
  18. 18. Combat Support Agency </li></ul>4<br />
  19. 19. Provide Customer Focused<br />Contract Management Services<br />Right Item = Quality<br />Right Time = On-Time Delivery<br />Right Price Value for Money <br />=<br />Combat Support<br />Military Operations<br />Readiness of Fielded Systems<br />Modernization of Military Equipment<br />Industrial Surge – During Conflict<br />(Quality Assurance ) <br />(Contracts & Pricing) <br />(Gen’l Business) <br />(Engineering) <br />(Industrial Specialist) <br />(33%)<br />Adding Value to the<br /> Acquisition Enterprise<br />Core Processes<br />“The Big Rocks”<br /><ul><li> Quality Assurance
  20. 20. Delivery and Schedule Management
  21. 21. Earned Value Management
  22. 22. Engineering Support
  23. 23. Software Acquisition Management
  24. 24. Acquisition Planning Support Services
  25. 25. Property & Plant Clearance
  26. 26. Contracting
  27. 27. Contract Safety
  28. 28. Transportation</li></ul>Workforce Demographics<br />GS-1910 (26%)<br />GS-1102 (19%)<br />GS-1101 (14%)<br />GS-0800 (3%)<br />GS-1150 (5%)<br />Occupational series<br />widely distributed<br />as of September 2008<br />5<br />
  29. 29. VMC- BAE Systems Controls<br />RIUs - Smiths Aerospace<br />Lift Fan - Rolls Royce Allison<br />EPGS - Hamilton Sundstrand<br />Alt Engine - GE<br />Gun System – <br />General Dynamics<br />Canopy Actuator - MPC<br />ICP- LM Owego<br />ICP- LMTS<br />Anti Ice - Goodrich<br />HOTAS - Essex<br />LGS- Goodrich<br />EW/CM- BAE IEWS<br />Landing Aid Antennas - EDO<br />CNI -Components Rockwell Collins<br />EHAS- Moog<br />Ext. Lighting - LSI<br />Driveshaft <br />- Goodrich<br />MFD <br />- Rockwell Collins (Kaiser)<br />RF Cables- Times Microwave<br />Engine - <br />Pratt & Whitney<br />Stores & Rel Sys- EDO<br />HMD <br />- VSI<br />TRS- <br />McCormick Selph<br />ICP Panel- L3 Comm<br />Edges- <br />LM Aero- Palmdale<br />TDE -Smiths Aerospace<br />Radar, EO-DAS-NG ES<br />Rudder Pedal <br />Pacific Scientific<br />EW/CM components- NG<br />ADS – Avionics Specialties, Inc.<br />Transparency <br />ATK<br />Forebody Test Sled Articles – Advanced Technologies<br />Center Fuse - NG<br />LEFAS- Curtiss Wright<br />Fire Protection - Kidde<br />AME - Marvin<br />LEFD, Wing Fold <br />- Moog<br />PTMS <br />- Honeywell<br />Radome- <br />General Dynamics Marion<br />Raytheon -GPS<br />Supply Chain – Honeywell/Cat Alliance<br />NDB-MTI<br />HPGS <br />- Eaton<br />Fuel System- <br />Parker Aerospace<br />EOTS <br />-LM Missiles & Fire Control<br />CNI Apertures– Ball<br />INS<br />-Honeywell<br />Boeing - Weapons<br />CNI –Northrop Grumman RS<br />Harris <br />- Common Components<br />CNI -Components SCI<br />Final Assy, Fwd Fuse, Wing <br />- LM Aero-Ft Worth<br />Raytheon – Weapons<br />ICP Components<br />-Raytheon Systems<br />T&S <br />- LMIS<br />Insights across the Defense Industrial Base<br />JSF Team - US Manufacturing Locations – Major Systems<br />6<br />
  30. 30. DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY<br />IRAQ - AFGHANISTAN<br />Iraq<br />Afghanistan<br />Qatar<br />Kuwait<br />Combat Support<br />-A Mission in Transition-<br />DCMA I/A MISSION: DCMA Iraq/Afghanistan<br />performs theater wide contingency contract <br />administration services in support of two<br />Theaters of war throughout the countries of<br />Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, and Afghanistan.<br />7<br />
  31. 31. Other services include: IT, ISSA<br /> contracts (e.g. DFAS, CHRA bills), <br />and Disability Comp<br />Most of the Agency budget is direct labor dollars and labor related<br />The Budget is almost all People Costs- There isn’t much Flexibility -<br /> FY2010 Budget Authority By Accounts<br />$1,202.1M = Direct & Reimb Authority<br />$1058.7M = Appropriated funds<br />$143M = Reimbursable Authority<br />Labor costs drive resource requirements<br />8<br />
  32. 32. Impact of Resource ConstraintsResource Concerns Growing More Visible<br />“One of the concerns that I <br />have that we -- where we <br />bear a mutual responsibility<br /> is that from 1990 to the <br />present, the Defense Contract<br /> Management Agency was <br />reduced from 24,000<br /> people to about 9,000 people.” <br />Secretary Gates during HASC<br /> Hearing, February 6, 2008<br />“One of my Top priorities is to fix DCMA staffing” <br />Honorable John Young<br />AT&L Off-site June 13, 2008<br />“Since fiscal year 1990, DCMA’s civilian workforce has been reduced 59 percent.” <br />Gansler Comission Report<br /> October 31, 2007<br />9<br />
  33. 33. Optional Retirement <br />Early (VERA) Retirement<br />VSIP (Both) <br />Total<br /> 1,059<br /> 731<br /> 1,909<br /> 2,161<br /> 1,391<br /> 1,078<br /> 905<br /> 9,234<br />Total<br />1,142 927 380 743 2,484 1,940 1,272 282 54 7 3 <br />Compounding the Problem<br />Workforce Demographics<br />24.4% - Retirement Eligible57.6 % - Total Eligible w/Vera<br />Average Age = 51.5Average Service = 20.5<br />Age<br />Retirement eligible rate increased 1.6% over the past year<br />10<br />4th Qtr FY08<br />
  34. 34. Addressing <br />DCMA’s Resource Challenges<br /><ul><li> OSD and Congress have recognized that continuous reductions have severely impacted DCMA’s ability to perform contract oversight and have come forward in support of our resourcing issues. They have provided:
  35. 35. Uptick in our Fiscal Guidance
  36. 36. Support for our POM issues
  37. 37. Acquisition Workforce Development Funding (Section 852)
  38. 38. Strong support for our overseas contingency efforts</li></ul>11<br />
  39. 39. Fixing the Staffing Issues<br />- a work still in progress<br />
  40. 40. BRAC 2005 Law<br />BRAC 2005 Law applies to DCMA positions duty stationed at Alexandria, VA<br /><ul><li>DCMA Headquarters
  41. 41. DCMA International Division
  42. 42. DCMA Special Programs Division </li></ul>“These positions must relocate to Fort Lee, VA not later than September 15, 2011.”<br />
  43. 43. BRAC Planning<br />DCMA Applied BRAC “Lessons Learned” <br />from Other Activities<br /><ul><li> TRADOC
  44. 44. CASCOM
  45. 45. AMC
  46. 46. DISA
  47. 47. DFAS
  48. 48. Fort Lee Garrison</li></li></ul><li>Examples of “Lessons Learned”<br />EMPLOYEES:Operate from the assumption this is a significant change management effort impacting DCMA employees, their families, and our customers<br />Use phased movement approach. <br />Posture that a large percentage of the population will not move with the workload. Extensive hiring is required in the Fort Lee area well in advance of September 15, 2011.<br />BRAC MANAGEMENT: Use existing DCMA organizations and processes versus creating a large BRAC Program Management Office<br />BRAC PLANNING: Establish baseline project plans and review the plans often (Facilities, IT, Movement, and Budget/Spend Plans) <br />
  49. 49. “DCMA Forward”<br />Building 10500<br />Capacity: 625<br />Move In July 2011<br />Federal Building, Richmond, VA<br />Capacity: 40-70 <br />Planned to be available April 2010<br />Rivers Bend East Technical Center, Chester, VA<br /><ul><li>Capacity: 210-230
  50. 50. DCMA’s “Center of Gravity” in the Fort Lee area</li></ul>BLDG 4, DSCR, Richmond, VA<br /><ul><li>Capacity: 46
  51. 51. Shared with DCMA Southern Virginia (12 )</li></ul>BLDG 10501, Fort Lee, VA<br /><ul><li>Capacity: 9
  52. 52. Supports BRAC PMO, ITCSO, and Facilities Service Center Representatives</li></ul>LMR Building, Prince George, VA<br /><ul><li>Capacity:60
  53. 53. Vacated February 2010. Facility will be renovated and become the DCMA Learning Center</li></li></ul><li>DCMA’sBRAC Challenge<br />“Maintain An Experienced and Capable Workforce”<br />Assumptions:<br /><ul><li>An estimated 25% of personnel will relocate to Fort Lee. There will be a loss of critical knowledge, skills and abilities during BRAC transition.
  54. 54. Many people in senior leadership and key positions will leave the Agency.</li></ul>DCMA’s HR Transition Planning <br />Addresses The Challenge <br />
  55. 55. Summary<br />Extensive use of BRAC Lessons Learned<br />DCMA already has a presence in the Fort Lee area<br />DCMA has strategies in place to support the transition to Fort Lee<br />DCMA is looking forward to being part of <br />the Fort Lee Community<br />
  56. 56. DCMA<br />Indispensable<br />Partner<br />Redefining DCMA Vision<br />We are DoD’s leading experts in Quality Assurance: Cost, Schedule, and Supply Chain Predictability and Contract Administration: enabling our partners to achieve contract objectives. <br />19<br />

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