Joseph E Z i Jr
     J    h E. Zeis, J
        Vice President
Aerospace, Defense & Technology
Overview
• The Dayton Development Coalition
   – Our Defense Team
   – Synergy with Wright-Patterson

• A BRAC Overview

•...
GROWING THE DAYTON REGION
Dayton Development Coalition
•   Private, not-for-profit, established 1994 by private sector to ...
REGIONAL LEADERSHIP AND
MEMBERS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                                 OUR REGIONAL
Gen. Bruce Carlson, Comma...
THE DAYTON REGION’S STRATEGY
 START-UP &    MARKET AND        RETAIN &       ADVOCATE
   GROW         RECRUIT           EX...
Aligned S
              State & Regional Focus
                                      Core Research               Federally...
OUR ENVIRONMENT
      CHALLENGES                       OPPORTUNITIES
• Slow job growth in region and   • Improved business...
What we are working for
                     for…
          Wright-Patt AFB and Springfield ANG
        Total J b
        ...
Wright-Patterson AFB
• Multiple entry points and organizations
  – HQ AFMC
  – Aeronautical Systems Center
  – AFRL
     •...
The DDC and BRAC
          C        C
•   Enhancing and Supporting collaboration
     – The regional community
     – The ...
IMPACT OF 2005 BRAC
New                    $335+ Million of new construction between                   Gained
Construction...
BRAC
• BRAC law provides AF and AFMC an opportunity to
  realize efficiencies and integrate operations to better
  provide...
BRAC Movements
     C
• Major BRAC Actions Impacting Dayton Region
  – Brooks City-Base TX Closes
  – Mesa AZ site of AFRL...
Workforce Dynamics in BRAC
• Inbound missions - AFRL
  – Highly educated – research oriented
  – Majority Civilian – long-...
Today’s Desired O
         ’          Outcomes
•   Motivate a wide representation of the academic community to
    join in...
Questions/Comments?
THANK YOU!
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DDC Regional BRAC Overview

  1. 1. Joseph E Z i Jr J h E. Zeis, J Vice President Aerospace, Defense & Technology
  2. 2. Overview • The Dayton Development Coalition – Our Defense Team – Synergy with Wright-Patterson • A BRAC Overview • The Workforce to Support BRAC
  3. 3. GROWING THE DAYTON REGION Dayton Development Coalition • Private, not-for-profit, established 1994 by private sector to lead regional economic development and advocacy. Mission And Vision • The Dayton Development Coalition is the regional economic y p g development and advocacy organization whose mission is to support job creation and prosperity for the citizens of the Dayton Region. • Working W ki as a public/private partnership, we are growing th D t bli / i t t hi i the Dayton Region and we are one of the most livable regions in America.
  4. 4. REGIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MEMBERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OUR REGIONAL Gen. Bruce Carlson, Commander, Air Force Materiel MEMBERS Command (Advisory Role) 220 private sector members Dan Curran, President, University Of Dayton 24 public sector members Doug Franklin, President/CEO, Cox Ohio Publishing • 9 counties: Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, John Landess, Exec Director, Turner Foundation Landess Exec. Director Preble, Warren, S Shelby Pete Luongo, CEO (Ret), The Berry Co • 15 municipalities: Dayton, Fairborn Kettering, Middletown, Oakwood, Clay Mathile, Chairman, CYMI Ltd Piqua, Springfield, Tipp City, Troy, Bill Mercurio, Chairman/CEO PTI Inc Mercurio Chairman/CEO, Vandalia, Centerville, Trotwood, Vandalia Centerville Trotwood Sidney, Washington Twp, JP Nauseef, President/CEO, DDC Springfield Twp Dennis Rediker, CEO, Standard Register, DDC Chair Kurt Sanford, CEO LexisNexis Corp Sanford CEO, Bev Shillito, Partner, Sebaly, Shillito + Dyer
  5. 5. THE DAYTON REGION’S STRATEGY START-UP & MARKET AND RETAIN & ADVOCATE GROW RECRUIT EXPAND (DC & COLUMBUS) (DEFENSE) DAYTON DEVELOPMENT COALITION ADVANCED AEROSPACE INFORMATION MATERIALS & HUMAN SCIENCES R&D TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING & HEALTHCARE Focus on where we can make a difference Leverage our strengths Work as a team to get things done g g Adapt to / and work at the pace of the marketplace
  6. 6. Aligned S State & Regional Focus Core Research Federally Dayton Third Funded Regional C Capabilities Region Frontier Capabilities Research Power & Propulsion $236 M EMTEC • Fuels, Combustion, and Propellants Aerospace R&D • Chem-Bio Sensing Instruments- Controls- • Remote Sensing Applications $156 M IDCAST Electronics • Sensor Fusion/Data TEC^EDGE Management Information Information daytaOhio Technology Technology • Modeling, Simulation, & $116 M Calamityville Visualization of Data GDITA • RFID ATIC Advanced • Alternate Energy NCC Advanced Materials & Materials • Composites $129 M UDRI Manufacturing • Nanomaterials &Nanodispersion CMPND Human Sciences • Human Performance & Healthcare Biosciences Bi i • Human Factors Analysis $104 M WSU
  7. 7. OUR ENVIRONMENT CHALLENGES OPPORTUNITIES • Slow job growth in region and • Improved business state environment in Ohio • Population stagnation • BRAC wins • Over-reliance on mature • Diversified industry strengths industries • Regional team in place to • Corporate consolidations and execute plan off-shoring DEVELOPING, DEVELOPING RETAINING and ATTRACTING THE WORKFORCE TRANSFORMING the DAYTON REGION’S IMAGE
  8. 8. What we are working for for… Wright-Patt AFB and Springfield ANG Total J b T t l Jobs TOTAL Direct – 19,471 Indirect – 21,135 >40,000 Annual Payroll: ~$2.0B $2.0B Annual Expenditures For Construction, Services, Materials, Equipment & S E i t Supplies: li >$1.35B >$1 35B DoD Annual Retiree Disbursements >$698M >27,000 Retirees Bottom Line: $4.0+ Billion Annual Economic Impact to Build Upon! Source: WPAFB Economic Impact Statements, 30 Sept. 2006
  9. 9. Wright-Patterson AFB • Multiple entry points and organizations – HQ AFMC – Aeronautical Systems Center – AFRL • 5 Directorates – NASIC – AFIT – 88 ABW • Different Missions & Requirements
  10. 10. The DDC and BRAC C C • Enhancing and Supporting collaboration – The regional community – The military community at WPAFB • Help USAF ensure a successful implementation of BRAC • Help the H l th region meet the needs for skilled workforce availability i t th d f kill d kf il bilit – Size inbound BRAC workforce demand – Help develop resulting Defense workforce supply – Coordinate continuing development of graduates in a variety or academic disciplines to fill workforce vacancies – Initiate collaborative research relationships between AFRL and p the academic community.
  11. 11. IMPACT OF 2005 BRAC New $335+ Million of new construction between Gained Construction now and 2011 missions Information $1B in new information technology contracts Slated to move Technology and 700 IT jobs over 8 years in Ohio to Boston Intelligence and Intelligence workforce expected to grow Slated to move Higher Education by nearly 1,000 by 2013 to California Aerospace medicine (1,200 new direct jobs); expanded federally funded research investment in the state by over Research and $1B and 3,000 additional jobs over the next ten years Gained Development Sensors (250+ new direct jobs); center of excellence ( j ) missions could expand research investment and jobs in Ohio Dutch F-16 training mission to Springfield Mission on heels of USAF ANG aircraft losses New Missions Replacements R l t Air Force C Claims S Services C Center to Kettering on heels of DFAS closure BRAC effort resulted in 10,000 jobs gained and retained!
  12. 12. BRAC • BRAC law provides AF and AFMC an opportunity to realize efficiencies and integrate operations to better provide war-winning capabilities to the warfighter • Impact to Miami Valley area is significant and positive! y g – $336M in construction projects by 2010 – 3000+ new workers and family members by 2011 – Highly educated and specialized workforce – Aerospace medical research, training, & clinical / consultation • Enhances cooperative agreements and working p g g relationships between AF and local community – Academia – local and regional universities – Medical – regional medical centers – Industry – aerospace, small business, niche manufacturing 12
  13. 13. BRAC Movements C • Major BRAC Actions Impacting Dayton Region – Brooks City-Base TX Closes – Mesa AZ site of AFRL Closes – Elements of AFRL Consolidate • “End State” Vision for WPAFB The USAF Center of Excellence for Sensors & Human Effectiveness, and a world-class institute for Joint DoD aerospace medical research, education, and training
  14. 14. Workforce Dynamics in BRAC • Inbound missions - AFRL – Highly educated – research oriented – Majority Civilian – long-term • Spaces must move….not necessarily p p p y people – History indicates less than 15% PEOPLE move with BRACs – Even 10% may be inflated due to retirement or return • Remaining 85% come f % from: – Regional workforce Educational and Training needs – Graduating students Lead time required – External recruitment • Supporting Contractors – A&AS Need to be considered – Technical Services in workforce training & sizing!
  15. 15. Today’s Desired O ’ Outcomes • Motivate a wide representation of the academic community to join in j i i supporting i b ti inbound BRAC missions d i i • Underscore the importance of a continuing dialog between the demand side (AFRL) and the supply side (academic community) • Provide the academic “supply side” detailed view of the actual job research opportunities expectations at a graduate and post Doctoral level • Enable follow-on interactions at AFRL scientist/researcher to educator level to allow mutual understanding of “demand” and g “supply” and collaboration opportunities
  16. 16. Questions/Comments?
  17. 17. THANK YOU!

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