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    1. 1. Claire Louder<br />President & CEO<br />West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce<br />
    2. 2. 2<br />
    3. 3. Largest Installations and Primary Functions<br />3<br />Aberdeen Proving Ground Research, Test and Evaluation<br />Fort Detrick Biomedical Research<br />Fort George G. Meade Intelligence, Communications, Information <br />Forest Glen Annex Medical Research<br />Andrews Air Force Base Contingency Response & Air Force One <br />Army Research Lab Research & Development<br />Patuxent River Naval Air Station Aerospace Research, Test and Evaluation<br />Naval Surface Warfare Center - Indian Head Energetics Test & Development (Explosives) <br />Naval Surface Warfare Center – Carderock Navy Surface Test and Evaluations<br />National Naval Medical Center Hospital and Medical Center of Excellence<br />US Naval Academy Navy & Marine Corps Officer Education/Training <br />National Geospatial Agency Intelligence (moving to Ft Belvoir)<br />Curtis Bay Coast Guard Yard Ship Repair and Electronic Configuration<br />
    4. 4. Economic Impact <br />Economic Impact Study of the 17 Military Installations by the Jacob Frances Institute at UMBC revealed:<br />In 2008, Installations contributed $36 billion to State’s economy (7.6% of total) <br />Installations employ 112,981 personnel accounting for 3.4% of total employment in the State<br />Fort George G. Meade/NSA has the largest level of employment, with 48,389 or 41% <br />90% of the total personnel live in Maryland<br /><ul><li>Installations spend $15.7 billion including in-state payroll, purchases and visitor spending</li></ul>4<br />
    5. 5. Base Realignment & Closure (BRAC) <br /><ul><li>November 9, 2005 – BRAC law
    6. 6. Savings to Department of Defense (DoD) and Nation
    7. 7. Mission enhancing efficiencies
    8. 8. Transformation of the nation’s military forces
    9. 9. Execution deadline: September 2011
    10. 10. Maryland – one of the largest gaining states
    11. 11. Largest DoD Agencies relocating to Maryland:
    12. 12. C4ISR from NJ to Aberdeen Proving Ground
    13. 13. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to Fort Meade
    14. 14. Defense Media Activity (DMA) to Fort Meade
    15. 15. Office of Defense & Military Adjudication Activities to Fort Meade
    16. 16. Walter Reed Hospital to National Naval Medical Center
    17. 17. Air Force District of Washington to Andrews Air Force Base </li></ul>5<br />
    18. 18. BRAC Gaining Installations*<br />Fort Detrick (1,400 growth)<br />National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda (2,400 growth)<br />Andrews Air Force Base (3,000 plus growth)<br />Fort George G. Meade (11,800 growth; plus Cyber Command)<br />DISA 4,300<br />Defense Media Activity 700<br />Adjudication 800<br />Intelligence/NSA 4,000 (non-BRAC)<br />Other Department of Defense 2,000 <br />Aberdeen Proving Ground (8,800 plus growth)<br />Statewide totals: 12,000 in place now, 19,000 expected in 2011<br />6<br />
    19. 19. Key Job Number Considerations<br />Numbers represent job requirements and not personnel moving to Maryland<br />Meade workforce will have substantial number of Northern VA commuters for several years<br />Income levels of direct and indirect jobs substantial – around $100K for many<br />Full impact 2015 and beyond<br />7<br />
    20. 20. Statewide BRAC Impact<br />8<br />Jobs -60,000+ jobs by 2020 <br />of which 27,400 direct Military jobs<br />(Not including Cyber related positions to be in the thousands) <br /> Households - 28,000 by 2020 (early estimates) <br />Challenges - Workforce, Transportation, Education & Training, Housing, Environment, Higher Education, Planning, Contracts , Security Clearances…..<br />Creation of the Governor’s BRAC Subcabinet – 2007 - State Agencies: <br />DBED, GOMA, MDP, MDE, DHCD, MDOT, MSDE, MHEC, DLLR, DBM <br />
    21. 21. BRAC Housing Demand<br />A total of 25,300 of the 28,000 total BRAC households are expected to locate in an 8 jurisdiction area. <br />23% of the 8 county region’s household growth will occur from 2009 to 2015.<br />Varies by county: 55% in Harford; 37% in AA (4,457); 36% in Baltimore Co; 26% in Cecil.<br />Of these new households, approximately 21,800 (84.1%) will be homeowners and 3,500 (13.9%) are expected to be renters.<br />Source: MD Department of Planning <br />10<br />
    22. 22. BRAC Housing Demand Regions <br />11<br />
    23. 23. Anne Arundel County and the Fort George G. Meade Region<br />- Moving Forward - Creating Opportunity - Preserving Lifestyle<br />
    24. 24. Key Points<br /><ul><li>Fort Meade is a dominant economic force in the region, generating $10 billion in regional impact annually.
    25. 25. The Fort Meade Region is the epicenter of the Cyberspace and Information Assurance Industries.
    26. 26. The RGMC mission is to prepare the region for the impacts and opportunities generated by Fort Meade Growth.</li></li></ul><li>Fort Meade Major Tenants<br /><ul><li>INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    27. 27. National Security Agency (DOD)
    28. 28. 902cd Military Intelligence Group (Army)
    29. 29. 704th Military Intelligence Brigade (Army)
    30. 30. 70th Intelligence Wing (USAF)
    31. 31. 10th Fleet (Navy)
    33. 33. Defense Information Systems Agency (DOD)
    34. 34. Defense Information School (DOD)
    35. 35. Defense Media Agency (DOD)
    36. 36. Defense Central Clearance Facility (DOD)
    37. 37. 311th Signal Command (Army)
    38. 38. 55TH Combat Camera Company (Army)
    40. 40. Environmental Protection Agency, Environment Science Center (EPA)
    41. 41. Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory (Army)
    42. 42. US Army Center for Health Promotion and Prevention (Army)
    43. 43. 48th Combat Support Hospital (Army)</li></li></ul><li>Fort George G. Meade Information<br /><ul><li>41,000Military, Government Service civilian and contractor employees (4th largest installation workforce in the Army)
    44. 44. 5,400 Acres
    45. 45. 85 Tenant Organizations
    46. 46. 10,000 Residents
    47. 47. 35,000 Vehicles a day
    48. 48. 2,300 Family Units
    49. 49. $ 1.1 Billion of construction on the books, w/o NSA or Cyber Command
    50. 50. 5.8 Million Square Feet of NSA expansion in planning (EIS)
    51. 51. Over $10 Billion a year into the regional economy</li></li></ul><li>Fort Meade Growth<br />2007 - 2015<br />Base Realignment and Closure<br />5,695<br />National Security Agency Growth<br />*6,680 <br />27,175<br />Defense Contractors<br />10,000 <br />FGGM Growth Outside of BRAC<br />2,000<br />CYBER Command <br />2,800*<br />* = Preliminary Estimates<br />
    52. 52. Defense Information Systems Agency<br />4,272 Personnel/Positions (2010)<br /> 392 Military<br /> 2,407 Government Civilians<br /> 1,473 Imbedded Contractors<br /> 2.5 to 3.0 Contractor “Tail”<br />Program Amount: $441,673,000<br />Delivery Method: Design-Build (MT)<br />Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture<br />Building Contractor: Hensel-Phelps<br />Description: 1,070,515 SF administrative space; multi-story facilities in campus setting; shared IT ductbank with DMA<br />Move:<br />Issue Transfer of Function Letters: Oct 2009<br />Move into Command Building: Jan 2011<br />Complete Relocation: July 2011<br />
    53. 53. BRAC Status Fort George G. Meade <br />DISA – <br />DoD combat support agency which provides real-time IT and communications support to the President, Vice President, Secretary of Defense, military services, and combatant commands.<br />1 million square feet/7 buildings , largest office building in Anne Arundel County <br />100% complete except minor finishout<br />300 advance personnel on Base<br />Personnel moves in progress, 200 per week, 3000 now in place. Move completion by June 2011. <br /> 80% civilian <br />35% Personnel Marylanders <br />17<br />
    54. 54. Defense Media Activities<br />Combining AFRT, DOD Imaging archiving, Hometown News Service, Public Web infrastructure, Stars and Stripes into One Location<br />663 Personnel/Positions (2008 and 2011)<br />217 Military<br /> 315 Government Civilians<br /> 132 Imbedded Contractors<br />Defense Information School Students from 3,200 to 4,000<br />Program Amount: ~$61,000,000<br />Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT)<br />Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture<br />Building Contractor: Hensel-Phelps<br />Complete Move: July 2011<br />Description: 185,870 SF administrative space; televideo/media production centers; multi-story facility; shared IT ductbank with DISA<br />
    55. 55. BRAC Status Fort George G. Meade<br />DMA – <br />Consolidation of Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, DoD imagery archiving, Hometown News Service, Public Web infrastructure, Stars and Stripes<br />178,000 square foot building<br />700 personnel of which 150 from San Antonio, TX<br />40 advance personnel August – October, 2010<br />Personnel moves begin June 2011<br />Pentagon Channel live June 2011 <br />19<br />
    56. 56. Adjudication Activities Collocation<br />Collocating adjudication, personnel security and hearing and appeals support across DoD for military, civilian, contractor and other personnel as directed.<br />759 Personnel/Positions (2010)<br />Program Amount: ~$82,000,000<br />Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT)<br />Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture<br />Building Contractor: Skanska USA Building, Inc<br />Complete Move: August 2011<br />Description: 151,978 SF administrative/SCIF space for adjudication activities from the four services and DoD; multi-story facility<br />
    57. 57. BRAC StatusFort George G. Meade<br />Co-location Adjudication Activities Facility<br />Provides adjudication, personnel security, hearing and appeals support across DoD for military, civilian, contractor and other personnel. <br />Consolidation of 10 agencies/departments (13 locations across the US) predominantly attorneys <br />151,590 square foot building<br />Military/Civilian= 760 personnel of which 160 from Columbus, OH <br />Personnel moves begin May, 2011<br />21<br />
    58. 58. Cyber Command Mission<br /><ul><li>USCYBERCOM will fuse the DOD’s full spectrum of cyberspace operations and will plan, coordinate, integrate, synchronize, and conduct activities to:
    59. 59. Lead day-to-day defense and protection of DoD information networks
    60. 60. Coordinate DoD operations providing support to military missions
    61. 61. Direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense information networks
    62. 62. Prepare to, and when directed, conduct full spectrum military cyberspace operations
    63. 63. Centralize command of cyberspace operations……..</li></li></ul><li>Fort George G. Meade Growth<br />Barracks Upgrade-1<br />DINFOS Expansion-2<br />Admin Bldg Upgrade-3<br />Asymmetrical WF Upgrade-4<br />Wounded Warrior-5<br />902 MI Brigade-6<br />N<br />B<br />P<br />EUL<br />D<br />I<br />S<br />A<br />C<br />C<br />NSA<br />Expansion<br />D<br />M<br />A<br />NSA<br />A<br />D<br />J<br />6<br />5<br />2<br />1<br />3<br /> ASW 4<br />23<br />
    64. 64. I-95<br />BWI<br />MD-295<br />MD-100<br />MD-295 / MD-175<br />MD-175 / Rockenbach<br />MARC - Penn<br />MARC - Camden<br />MD-295 / MD-32<br />MD-175<br />MD-175 / Reece<br />EUL<br />MD-175 / Mapes<br />DISA<br />MD-295 / MD-198<br />NSA<br />DMA<br />MD-175 / Llewellyn<br />ADJ<br />MD-32<br />MD-32 / MD-198 / Mapes<br />MD-175 / MD-32<br />Access Control Point<br />Interchange<br />Controlled Intersection<br />MARC Station<br />Key Fort Meade Transportation ResourcesFGGM served by 5 interchanges, 4 controlled intersections, 3 MARC stations<br />
    65. 65. Two-Part StrategyLimit growth in traffic volume while expanding capacity at a few key highway segments and intersections<br />Roadway Capacity<br /><ul><li>Focus limited funding on a few key projects in and around Fort Meade
    66. 66. Develop fallback program to be ready for 2011</li></ul>Demand Management<br /><ul><li>Develop agency-sponsored transportation demand management program (TDMP)
    67. 67. Address both short-term and long-term need / opportunity</li></li></ul><li>TDM Goal and Principles<br />GOAL: Increase use of MOV to restrain 2012 use of SOV during peak period to a level no greater than that of 2009<br />Principles<br /><ul><li>Include all agencies/tenants at Fort Meade
    68. 68. Include Government Contractors
    69. 69. Include all possible modes of transport and alternatives
    70. 70. Agencies best positioned to set their own goals
    71. 71. Employee Incentives
    72. 72. Public-Private Partnership</li></li></ul><li>BRAC Induced Net Increase in Housing<br />Source: SAGE<br />
    73. 73. BRAC Induced Net Increase in HousingOwner Occupied and Rented<br />Source: SAGE<br />
    74. 74. Where will they live?<br />Source: Maryland BRAC Report, December 28, 2006, Maryland Department of Planning<br />
    75. 75. Education and Workforce Development<br />STEM<br />Focusing on science and math careers; providing academic rigor<br />STEM Magnet at North County High School <br /> SY 2008-2009<br />Homeland Security at Meade High School <br /> SY 2008-2009<br />STEM Magnet at South River High School <br /> SY 2009-2010<br />AACC Regional STEM Center at Arundel Mills Campus<br />CYBER<br />AACC Cyber Center<br />
    76. 76. Preparing Future Workforce K-12<br />Security Clearance Awareness<br />Career development awareness leading to lucrative job opportunities<br />Issues:<br />Credit history<br />Facebook; MySpace<br />Supported by:<br />State and local school systems<br />AACC <br />Expand to:<br />Professional Groups<br /> AFCEA<br />
    77. 77. 2015<br />2014<br />2013<br />2012<br />2011<br />2010<br />2009<br />2008<br />2007<br />2006<br />Fort Meade Growth Components and Project Timing<br />Base Realignment and Closure<br />National Security Agency<br />Fort Meade Technology Park, Enhanced Use Lease <br />Other Growth on Fort Meade<br />DISA<br />Construction and Move-in Schedule<br />MEDIA<br />ADJUDICATION<br />Enhanced Use Lease Construction<br />Enhanced Use Lease Contractor Moves<br />Fort Meade Regional Growth Management Committee<br />Local, Regional, and State Planning<br />Anne Arundel County BRAC Task Force<br /> BRAC-SUB CABINET <br />Fort Meade Schedule – Current Projections<br />
    78. 78. What Services Will They Need?<br />What won’t they need!<br />Daycare, senior care, health care, dental care<br />Catering, restaurants, take-out, coffee shops (Margarita Thursdays?)<br />Temporary housing, permanent housing, affordable housing, $1M homes<br />Dry cleaning, nail salons, hair salons, spas<br />If you need it, they probably need it!<br />Anything that is more convenient to do on a break from work than after a long commute home will be attractive to those who are working here but not living here.<br />Anything any other resident of Anne Arundel County needs will be in demand by those who relocate.<br />The food offerings on base – even DISA’s new cafeteria – will get “tired” after 5 days a week, 52 weeks a year.<br />
    79. 79. Special Thanks to:<br />Bob Leib, Special Asst. for BRAC/Education Office of County Executive John Leopold<br /> Anne Arundel County<br />Julie Woepke, Assistant Director<br /> Office of Military and Federal Affairs Dept. of Business & Economic Development<br /> State of Maryland<br />For sharing their slides today and their knowledge always!<br />
    80. 80. <ul><li>Claire Louder, President & CEO
    81. 81. West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
    82. 82. 8385 Piney Orchard Parkway, Odenton
    83. 83. www.westcountychamber.org
    84. 84. Phone: 410-672-3422
    85. 85. Email: info@westcountychamber.org</li>