Community Partnerships / Shared Services Bootcamp An Introduction to Innovations through Partnerships June 3, 2014
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 3 Session Outline Drivers and Authorities for Forging Partnerships Partnership Types and Mechanisms Flagship Initiatives and Ongoing Challenges Speakers: Kristen Leadbeater – email@example.com (AF support)firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Sales – email@example.com (Army support)firstname.lastname@example.org Carolyn White – email@example.com (AF)firstname.lastname@example.org Jennifer Curtin – email@example.com (AF, VA support)firstname.lastname@example.org Lt Col Mandy Birch – email@example.com (AF)firstname.lastname@example.org Donna Wilhoit – email@example.com (Army)firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 4 Drivers for Forging Partnerships First vestiges of innovation in partnerships began with an urgent need for family quarters at Presidio of Monterey that drove special legislation in FY95 NDAA for that site Innovative partnerships developed outside Monterey, too Success at Monterey spurred FY05 NDAA & FY08 legislation, which slightly expanded sites eligible for limited public-public partnerships Changing global missions, national security concerns and ongoing budget challenges, including sequestration, require innovative ideas and a new way of doing business across all defense installations (FY13 NDAA Section 331 recognized this) Benefits from partnerships include cost savings; cost avoidance; efficiencies via economies of scale & otherwise; relationship building
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 5 Authorities for Forging Partnerships Wide range of potential projects/proposals Identify installation and community needs/requirements first No pre-set limits on subject matter To be successful, proposals must meet needs of both installation and the other partner (local government or private entity) A toolbox of existing authorities can be used to help define the way forward for a potential partnership
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 6 FY13 National Defense Authorization Act – Section 331 FY13 National Defense Authorization Act – Section 331 Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSAs) with state and local governments currently codified at 10 USC 2336 Congressional report and proposed clarifications “The Secretary concerned may enter into an [IGSA] with a State or local government to provide, receive, or share installation-support services if the Secretary determines that the agreement will serve the best interests of the department by enhancing mission effectiveness or creating efficiencies or economies of scale, including by reducing costs.” [2336(a)(1)] May be entered into on a sole-source basis May be for a term not to exceed five years Use local wages (rather than Davis-Bacon levels) One of the partners must provide such services for its own use A-76 requirements related to competition, outsourcing, etc. still apply
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 7 Partnership Types and Mechanisms Types of partnerships could involve almost any combination of entities in addition to a military component: state or local government, nonprofit, private for-profit entities, the financial community, etc. A variety of authorities, tools and mechanisms may be appropriate depending on the proposal, e.g. IGSA Acquisition agreement (under the FAR) Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Real property actions (e.g., leases) Others?
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 8 Partnership Types and Mechanisms (cont) MechanismExamples Cooperative Agreement Cleanup privatization, 10 USC 2701 et seq. (McClellan, Lowry) Joint Airport Use Agreements under 49 USC Chapter 471 (multiple examples) 10 USC 2913 (energy savings contract) 10 USC 2688 (utility system conveyance), ex. Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland/City Public Service of San Antonio Transfer of underutilized land to local parks department: Brooks City base 15 USC 3710(a): research/development agreements (e.g., Travis AFB, air traffic control radar impacts of wind turbines) 15 USC 3706: Natural Resource Conservation Service partnerships with local Soil Conservation Districts Real EstateHill Enhanced Use Lease: Military Installation Development Authority or MIDA and Sunset Ridge Development Partners, LLC in 2008 (Aerospace Research Park) 10 USC 2694(a): conveyance of surplus property for conservation, e.g., Sierra Army Depot, CA with Trust for Public Land Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Highway and Transportation Agreements, 10 USC 3001 et seq. (example, Fort Belvoir with VDOT & Fairfax County) Defense State Memorandum of Agreement Program (DSMOA), 10 USC 2701 et seq. Eglin and Ikaloosa-Walton College under AFI 36-2306 (educational program on base) Langley and Hampton City Schools (2011) Education, 10 USC 2194: authorizes loan or transfer of surplus lab equipment to educational institutions Education/Research, 10 USC 2474: authorized centers of industrial/technical excellence (ex., Oak Ridge Labs) Education, 15 USC 3715: authorizes federal agencies to lend lab facilities to schools and state/local governments to foster small business and educational involvement (e.g., Rock Island Arsenal, IL) Testing & Evaluation (T&E), 10 USC 2681: authorizes lease of test and range facilities for commercial T&E activities Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program for Middle and High School (Montgomery, Alabama) Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) and the University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI) in 2008 Vandenberg and Cabrillo High School (ecological monitoring) – unknown date) MOUs with Federal Agencies Colorado (DOD agencies with Fish & Wildlife Service to manage Natural Resources on Front Range Rocky Mts, Mar 07) Wright-Patterson and City of Dayton, Ohio (for protection of aquifers) MOUs with Nonprofits Conservation under 10 USC 2684(a), e.g., Eglin and The Nature Conservancy
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 9 Partnership Opportunities and Leveraging Capacity Cooperative police/fire training/support Certifications; 911; dispatch; communications; GIS Cooperative medical training and initiatives Motorcycle safety training and certification Mitigating congestion and pollution on the roads University training of critical-need interns Military member and family support programs Youth programs/libraries Shared golf course/athletic field operations Shared use firing/archery ranges Facilities and engineering support
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 10 Flagship Initiatives and Ongoing Challenges Flagship Initiatives – “Tip of the iceberg” Using processes to identify requirements and get to “YES” Opportunities Creating value and competition Measuring value and benefits Evaluating opportunities with significant potential returns Creating a front door, particularly for the private sector (leveraging private financing) Showing what communities can become Incentivizing/awards Challenges Clarifying Section 331 (IGSAs) Identifying appropriate authorities and mechanisms Administrative costs of proposals/projects Ensuring sufficient legal, fiscal and contracting support capabilities
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 11 Resources Office of Economic Adjustment: http://www.oea.gov/ BRAC information and assistance for communities Compatible Use Program Association of Defense Communities: http://www.defensecommunities.org/ Innovative Installation Forum – Feb 2014/San Antonio Publications & conferences Defense communities National Council for Public-Private Partnerships: http://ncppp.org/ Publications; Case studies; Legislative information The Partnering Initiative: http://thepartneringinitiative.org/ The Partnering Toolbook: http://thepartneringinitiative.org/w/resources/toolbook- series/the-partnering-toolbook/ The Brokering Guidebook: http://thepartneringinitiative.org/w/resources/toolbook- series/the-brokering-guidebook/ National Association of Regional Councils: http://narc.org/
2014 ADC DEFENSE COMMUNITIES NATIONAL SUMMIT | PAGE 12 Discussion / Question and Answer Kick-off: Ms. Barbara Johnson, Special Assistant, Office of the Mayor, Fairbanks North Star Borough
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