Presentation on theme: "COL MAS KUWANA CHIEF, MATERIEL PROGRAMS DIVISION ARNG-RMQ National Guard and Reserve Equipping Appropriation (NGREA) Update."— Presentation transcript:
COL MAS KUWANA CHIEF, MATERIEL PROGRAMS DIVISION ARNG-RMQ National Guard and Reserve Equipping Appropriation (NGREA) Update
Purpose To provide an update on the best business practices for the Army National Guard on NGREA, NGREA business rules and purchases.
National Guard and Reserve Equipment Appropriation (NGREA) NGREA is a special Defense Appropriation that complements each Services base appropriation. It is intended to procure critical modernization items of equipment that the base appropriation is not able to fund. DoD Obligation (on contract) Targets: 80% in the 1 st year, 90% in the 2 nd, fully obligated in the 3rd Buy List Priorities: Should have a Line Item Number (LIN) (Standard or Non-Developmental) Should be Critical Dual Use (CDU) Must be procurable throughout a 6 – 24 month window Should have a fill rate 90% or less NGREA Obligation Process: RMQ coordinates directly with Program Mangers for contracts RMQ tracks the funds to ensure obligation RMQ tracks the contracts to ensure delivery to the ARNG
Future funding of NGREA will allow the ARNG continuous procurement of items that improve interoperability with the Active Component and support its Dual Mission Role. Not intended for Operational Needs Statement (ONS) for deployers. Non-standard, Commercial-Off- the- Shelf (COTS) items must meet procurement guideline for procurement funds. Training Systems must have planned sustainment funding and be supported by ARNG Training Division. Recent significant NGREA procurements $720M of FMTVs $91M of TOC/SICPs for the Multi-functional Brigade structure $118M for LUH Mission Equipment Package National Guard and Reserve Equipment Appropriation (NGREA)
FY12 ARNG NGREA Status FY12 Buy List – The Buy List is still being finalized and ensuring the availability of contract head space. – The potential Buy List will be prioritized with the business rules discussed. – Current Congressional Marks HACD allocated $490M. SACD allocated $150M. 5
FY11 NGREA Buy List Roll Up (FOUO) 6 CDU Army National Guard 2011 NGREA Title IX Buy List $250,000 Defense Appropriations Act, 2011 NGREAQty Total Cost X Aviation (FLiR Star Imaging System, Ground Support Equipment, Rescue Hoist, LUH MEP) 148 $ 58,980,480 X Battle Command (Standard Integrated Command Posts, Global Broadcast System)196 $ 78,073,492 X Engineering Equipment (Light Loader, Low Speed Bulldozer)178 $ 38,506,000 X Force Protection (Chemical Detection, Decontamination Trailer)1,086 $ 35,306,257 X Tactical Power Generation/Distribution (PDISE Generators)1,816 $ 8,199,240 Training Aids, Devices and Simulators (Mine Resistant Ambush Protection Virtual Vehicle Trainer, Shadow Crew Trainer, Vehicle Convoy Operations Trainer Upgrade, Operator Driver Simulator) 40 $ 30,932,981 Total ARNG NGREA $249,998,451 (FOUO)
FY11 NGREA Buy List Details (FOUO) 7 LINNOMENCLATUREBuy List Category Roll Up COTSFLIR Star SAFIRE II thermal Imaging System with Sponsor Mount UH-60 (A and B Kits)Aviation BC3006UH-72A MEP: Goodrich Model 44301-10-9 External Rescue HoistAviation F75053, F75121, J87582, T03597, W93995, M02504 Aviation Ground Support Equipment (AGSE)Aviation H31329UH-72A Mission Equipment Package Roll-upAviation Z00930Standarized Integrated Command Post System (SICPS)Battle Command R30658Receive Suite: AN/TSR-8 (Global Broadcast System)Battle Command L76897Loader, Scoop, 2.5 CU YD (Light Loader)Engineering Equipment W76816Tractor Full Tracked Low Speed Bulldozer (D7R)Engineering Equipment C79000Collective Protection Equipment: NBC Simplified M20AI SCPG (Room)Force Protection U89185, F55553 Power Distribution Illumination System, Electrical (PDISE) GeneratorsTactical Power Generation/Distribution XA4005Shadow Crew TrainerTraining Aids, Devices and Simulators COTSMine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Virtual Trainers (MRAP-VVT)Training Aids, Devices and Simulators COTSVehicle Convoy Operations Trainer (VCOT) Upgrades from C1/C2 to C3Training Aids, Devices and Simulators COTSOperator Driver SimulatorTraining Aids, Devices and Simulators COTSArmy Battle Command System (ABCS) Training SystemTraining Aids, Devices and Simulators COTSChemical/Biological Detection - Microscope Mounted Fourier Transform Infared (FTiR) Upgrade (Microscope Upgrade - Multi Lab Team) Force Protection COTSChemical Detection - Smith's Detection (Fourier Transform Infared Technology (FTiR)), GasID Partnership Package Upgrade (Gas ID) Force Protection COTSAreaRAE RDK (Rapid Deployment Kit) CERFP/HRF VersionForce Protection COTSMulti Gas detector with wireless capability Upgrade (RAE Systems Multi-RAE Pro) WMD-CST VersionForce Protection COTSDecontamination TrailerForce Protection (FOUO)
SUMMARY 8 NGREA funds are procurement funds intended to procure critical modernization items of equipment on an enterprise-wide basis that the base appropriation is not able to fund. RMQ Business Rules recommend CDU items, equipment assigned a LIN, that has a shortfall and a valid requirement. Even though NGREA funds are unprogrammed, they must adhere to DoD obligation rate targets (80/90/100% ). Training Systems must have planned sustainment funding and be supported by ARNG Training Division. RMQ requests any Adjutants General input for the FY13 NGREA buy List.
National Guard and Reserve Equipment Appropriation (NGREA) The NGREA obligation rates for FY09, FY10, and FY11 are now in compliance with DoD standards 80% in the 1 st year, 90% in the 2 nd, fully obligated in the 3 rd FYFUNDEDCOMMITTED% COMMITTEDOBLIGATED% OBLIGATED 09$771,586,000$771,529,9418100.0%$771,529,918100.0% 10$575,000,000$569,617,88099.1%$521,734,52290.7% 11$250,000,000$241,525,45496.6%$224,060,83589.6%