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1 Promoting Small Business Interests Welcome!

2 Promoting Small Business Interests Sidney Ozer EPA

3 FY 2009 Business Opportunities with the Environmental Protection Agency Sidney Ozer, Contracting Officer SAME Philadelphia Post 2 nd Annual Small Business Event Wednesday, October 8, 2008

4 About the EPA Mid-Atlantic Region The Mid-Atlantic regional office of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is responsible for programs in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. Headquartered in Philadelphia, the region has field operations and laboratories in Wheeling, W.Va., Annapolis and Ft. George G. Meade, Md., and Pittsburgh, Pa.

5 Mid-Atlantic Superfund Sites Click on the links to look at the lists of Superfund sites for each state:

6 Contract Opportunities Under Superfund Subcontracting opportunities are available under several current Superfund contracts. The contracts fall into six basic categories: Removal Action Remedial Response Support Services Technical Enforcement Support Policy, Program Management, and Administrative Services Other Contract Venues

7 EPA Active Contracts Listing for Region III : Vendor NameTitle CDM Federal Programs Corporation Albemarle Point Pl Chantilly VA Response Action Contracts 2 EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, INC McCormick Road Hunt Valley MD Region III Response Action Contract 2 Guardian Environmental Services Company, INC 1280 Porter Rd Bear DE Emergency and Rapid Response Services Hydrogeologic INC Sunset Hills Rd STE 400 Reston VA Region III Response Action Contract 2

8 Region III Active Contracts (con’t) : Vendor NameTitle Kemron Environmental Services, INC 8150 Leesburg Pike Vienna VA Emergency and Rapid Response Services Techlaw, INC Avion Parkway Chantilly VA Regional Oversight Contract (ROC) Techlaw, INC Avion Parkway Chantilly VA Region III Superfund Technical Assistance and Response Team Tetra Tech EM, INC 7 Creek Parkway Boothwyn PA Region III Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team

9 Region III Active Contracts (con’t) : Vendor NameTitle Tetra Tech NUS, INC 600 Clark Ave STE 3 King of Prussia PA Response Action Contracts 2 The Arc of Baltimore INC 7215 York Road Baltimore MD ESC Landscaping/Ground Maintenance Services WRS Infrastructure & Environment, INC 925 Canal Street Bristol PA Emergency and Rapid Response Services WRS Infrastructure & Environment, INC 925 Canal Street Bristol PA Regional Emergency and Rapid Response Services

10 EPA’s Acquisition Forecast Database As part of EPA's initiative to encourage competition, this database was developed to allow companies to spend more time bidding and less time searching for procurement opportunities. The following slides provide several sample opportunities that can be found on the Acquisition Forecast Database.




14 Thank you! PowerPoint prepared by intern, Jennifer Wong

15 Promoting Small Business Interests Helena Koch GSA

16 “HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION” PRESENTED BY Helena Koch U.S. General Services Administration Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of Small Business Utilization

17 U.S. General Services Administration GSA is the federal government’s procurement expert. We help other federal agencies acquire the space, products, services they need from federal and commercial sources. We provide and contract for billions of dollars’ worth of products and services for federal agencies.

18 Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU) Mission Statement As GSA’s small business advocate, OSBU will engage in strategies that provide opportunities for small (including small business located in HUBZones, minority, veteran, and women- owned) businesses in government procurement.


20 Public Buildings Service (PBS)  The landlord and real estate organization of the civilian Federal government  Leases space to Federal customer agencies;  Repairs, alters, and renovates existing buildings;  Designs courthouses, border stations, and Federal office buildings  Responsible for buildings operations and maintenance

21 Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Home of the GSA Schedules Program Provider of over one million commercial off-the-shelf products and services ranging from pencils to trucks and professional services ranging from facility maintenance services to engineering services. Value in FY06: exceeded $25 Billion

22 GSA Schedules Program Governmentwide contracts with multiple commercial firms Allows firms to receive direct orders for products and/or services from Federal agencies Saves time and money Helps agencies meet socioeconomic goals

23 WHAT IS BEST VALUE? Technical Solution Corporate Experience Past Performance Delivery Date Warranty Price Etc.

24 GSA Schedule Contracts Schedule Contracts are: - Five year contracts for approved vendors to provide products or services to government agencies. Authorized users include: DC Government, charitable/international organizations, and authorized government prime contractors can order from schedules contractors.

25 Cooperative Purchasing E-Gov Act of Enabled State & Local Governments to use IT Schedule - Schedule prices, terms and speed make use of FSS IT Schedule attractive - Over $8 Million in sales in the first few weeks

26 The Local Preparedness Acquisition Act (expansion of Cooperative Purchasing Act) The Local Preparedness Acquisition Act, signed June 26, 2008, authorizes state and local governments to purchase through GSA Schedule TOTAL SOLUTIONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, SECURITY, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, FIRE, RESCUE, CLOTHING, MARINE CRAFT AND EMERGENCY/DISASTER RESPONSE ( alarm and signal systems, facility management systems, firefighting and rescue equipment, law enforcement and security equipment, marine craft and related equipment, special purpose clothing, and related services

27 Disaster Recovery Purchasing Section 833 of the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2007 (Public Law ) amended 40 U.S.C. 502 to authorize the Administrator of General Services to provide for the use of Federal Supply Schedules by state and local governments for the purchase of products and services to be used to facilitate recovery from major disasters, terrorism, or nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attacks. The Department of Homeland Security has determined that all of the products and services available under GSA Schedules could potentially be used for recovery from a disaster or a terrorist attack. State and local government entities may use GSA Schedule contracts to purchase products and services in advance of a major disaster declared by the president, as well as in the aftermath of an emergency event.

28 GSA Schedules Contracts Are…... Synonymous with “GSA Number” or “Getting on the GSA List”. “License to hunt” for opportunities in the federal government. Over 75% of the contract holders are small business owners.

29 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES ( Schedule PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Chemical Engineering (CE), Civil Engineering (CI), Electrical Engineering (EE), Mechanical Engineering (ME) SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS (SIN) Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities Concept Development and Requirements Analysis System Design, Engineering and Integration Test and Evaluation Integrated Logistics Support Acquisition and Life Cycle Management Construction Management

30 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ( Schedule ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES SPECIAL ITEM NUMBERS (SIN) Environmental Planning Services & Documentation Environmental Compliance Services Environmental Occupational Training Services Waste Management Services Reclamation, Recycling & Disposal Services Environmental Advisory Services Geographic Information Services (GIS) Remediation Services New Technology


32 (enter keywords, Contract Number, Contractor/Manufacturer name, Schedule # or SIN #) GSA Federal Supply Schedules VA Federal Supply Schedules Find out more about the GSA Schedules For more information about the (Multiple Award Schedule Program VA Schedules Program

33 How Federal Agencies Order from Schedules Under $ 3000 (micro-purchase threshold) –Order from any schedule contractor Over $ Look at 3 price lists or “GSA Advantage” - Evaluate and make a “best value” selection Orders over the maximum order threshold - Review additional price lists - Seek volume price reductions

34 GSA Advantage!  On-line shopping network that Federal agencies access to buy products/services from FSS Schedule Contract Holders  You may wish to browse GSA Advantage! To review current contractors and their pricing.  You may wish to browse GSA Advantage! To review current contractors and their pricing.

35 HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?? Internet based systems REGISTER - Central Contractor Registration (CCR) *** Vendors must be registered in the CCR database in order to be awarded a government contract. - Federal Business Opportunities *** Register with the Vendor Notification Service (right hand side under Related Links)

36 GATEWAY TO GSA  Provides access to information on GSA Organizations, Regions and Services.  Access publications from menu on left GSA Forecast of Contracting Opportunities, Subcontracting Directory, and Regional Procurement Directories

37 Federal Information Resources  Small Business Administration (SBA) SBA’s SUB-Net (sub post) Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)

38 Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of Small Business Utilization 20 NORTH EIGHTH STREET Philadelphia, PA (215) (215)

39 Promoting Small Business Interests David Rule FEMA/DHS

40 October 8, 2008 SAME SAME Small Business Event FEMA Region III David Rule Contracting Officer October 8, 2008

41 David Rule October 8, 2008 SAME Subcontracting Opportunities  AMEC HSFE03-07-D-0030 POC Tucker Clevenger  Three New 40 Million Dollar A-E Contracts  Flood Map Modernization Program  Services Needed: Coastal Engineering, DFIRM Production, Post Preliminary processing, Multi-hazard Analyses, Outreach, Land Surveying, and Lidar/Aerial Surveying .

42 David Rule October 8, 2008 SAME Subcontracting (cont’d)  Dewberry & Davis HSFE03-07-D-0037 Kim Dunn  Services Needed: Coastal Engineering, Riverine Analysis, Scoping Support, Remote Sensing and DFIRM Production  GGII HSFE03-08-D-0007 Vince DiCamillo  Services Needed: Surveying, Geotechnical Engineering, Planning Public relations, Photogrammetry, and Civil Engineering

43 David Rule October 8, 2008 SAME Contracting Opportunity  Trailer Maintenance & Deactivation Contract: Looking for 8(a) to Support Individual Assistance Program for PA Flood Disasters.  Solicitation will be ready in the first quarter of FY 2009  POC David Rule

44 David Rule October 8, 2008 SAME FEMA Mission  Primary mission is to support states during federally declared disasters  Most support is funnelled through the states once the disaster is declared and FEMA begins operations  FEMA does very little direct contracting in support of Infrastructure repair and associated engineering  Contact State Emergency Emergency Management Agencies for ways to provide Engineering and Construction support during disasters

45 David Rule October 8, 2008 SAME FEMA Mission  Stafford Act: Requires any contracting done to first utilize local area contractors  If a disaster is declared in Western PA then most contracting support will come from firms within 50 miles of the disaster.

46 October 8, 2008 SAME

47 Department of Homeland Security Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) Phyllis Miriashtiani Desk Officer, DHS/OSDBU

48 8 Major DHS Buying Activities  Customs & Border Protection  DHS Headquarters Office of Procurement Operations  Federal Emergency Management Agency  Federal Law Enforcement Training Center  Immigration & Customs Enforcement  Transportation Security Administration  U.S Coast Guard  U.S. Secret Service

49 DHS Opportunities Multiple Award Design/Build Construction Contracts (MACC) National and Regional

50 COAST GUARD MACCs  Points of Contact  Regional MACC: Jeff Cross, Chief of Contracts, U.S. Coast Guard, Civil Engineering Unit, Oakland, CA, ,  National MACC: Cathy Broussard, Chief of Contracts, U.S. Coast Guard, Facilities Design and Construction Center, Atlantic, ,

51 Coast Guard MACCs  Design/Build, Performance Based, Construction Only  All Components of Department of Homeland Security With Construction Contracting Authority Are Granted Ordering Authority  NAICS Codes: , , , , , , , , , $33.5M  National Contract – Advertised as Unrestricted, Larger Dollar Task Order Limits, National, U.S. Territory Coverage  Regional Contract – Set-Aside for 8a, HubZone, or Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

52 Coast Guard MACCs  National Coverage – The United States, Puerto Rico, and Territories, estimate up to 5 awards  Task Order Limits $3M - $20M  Maximum Total Order Limit for Each Contract $200M

53 Coast Guard MACCs  Regional Coverage (USCG District), estimate 5-10 awards per Region  Regional Award $2,000-$5M Individual Task Order Limits  Maximum Order Limit Per Contract is $70M

54 COAST GUARD MACCs  Region 1(New England) HubZone  Region 5(Mid Atlantic) Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business  Region 7(Southern Coastline) 8(a)  Region 7.5 (Puerto Rico) HubZone  Region 8(Mid United States/Gulf)HubZone  Region 9(Great Lakes Area) 8(a)  Region 11(West Coast) Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business  Region 13(Pacific Rim) Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business  Region 14(Hawaii/Guam) HubZone  Region 17(Alaska) 8(a)


56 FY 2007 Preliminary Small Business Prime Contracting Accomplishments CategoryGoal (%)Accomplishment ($) Accomplishment (%) Total Procurement DollarsN/A$9,119,215,901N/A SB Prime Contracts30.0%$3,046,078, % 8(a) Contracts4.0%$477,848, % SDB Prime Contracts4.0%$668,962, % Overall SDB [8(a) + SDB Prime]8.0%$1,146,811, % WOSB Prime Contracts5.0%$687,846, % HUBZone Prime Contracts3.0%$238,915, % SDVOSB Prime Contracts3.0%$132,183, %

57 DHS 2009 Forecast  Fiscal Year 2009 Forecast of Contract Opportunities available at:   Steps for performing search (using NAICS code)  1. Click on Advanced Search  2. Enter NAICS code in NAICS code box  3. Click Continue  Or search by any of the other parameters on the search screen


59 Promoting Small Business Interests Linda Sitney VA

60 Doing Business with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs FY 2009 Business Opportunities with Federal Agencies October 8, 2008

61 VA’s Mission “With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the Nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.” --Abraham Lincoln

62 VA Profile FY 2008 Budget $86.7 Billion FY $11.6 Billion for Supplies/Services –($2.5 Billion+ on Purchase Cards million transactions - Approximately 17,000 cardholders 23.5 Million+ Veterans; 39.1 Million Family 258,000 Employees – 2nd Largest 85,428 Volunteers million hours

63 VA Organizational Structure Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Staff Offices

64 VHA Structure – “VISNs” Veterans Integrated Service Networks

65 FY 2007 Goals & Accomplishments CategorySecretary’s Goals VA-wide Accomplishments Small Business25%32.85% Small Disadvantaged Bus.4%5.12% Section 8(a)5%3.45% Women-Owned SB5%4.97% Veteran-Owned SB7%10.13% Service-Disabled Veteran- Owned Small Business 3%7.09% HUBZone Small Business3.05%3.31%

66 FY 2008 & 2009 Socioeconomic Procurement Preference Goals CategoryStatutoryVA Small Business23%28.7% Small Disadvantaged Bus. (including Section 8(a)) 5% Women-Owned SB5% Veteran-Owned SBNone10% Service-Disabled Veteran- Owned Small Business 3%7% HUBZone Small Business3%

67 FY 2008 Goals & Accomplishments as of August 31, 2008 CategorySecretary’s Goals VA Accomplishments Small Business % Small Disadvantaged Bus. (including Section 8(a)) 5%9.80% Women-Owned SB5%3.90% Veteran-Owned SB10%13.35% Service-Disabled Veteran- Owned Small Business 7%10.33% HUBZone Small Business3%2.79%

68 What VA Buys Information Technology - Hardware, Software, Maintenance & Other Services Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment & Supplies, Pharmaceuticals (FSG 65) Instruments & Laboratory Equip (FSG 66) Perishable and Non-Perishable Subsistence

69 What VA Buys (cont.) Nursing Home Services Prescription Eyeglasses Readjustment Counseling Services Home Oxygen & Medical Gases Security Services

70 What VA Buys (cont.) Medical Transcription Services Interment Flags Grounds Maintenance Transportation Services Grave Markers & Headstones Integrated Pest Management Svcs.

71 What VA Buys (cont.) Trash, Garbage & Infectious Waste Disposal Architect & Engineer Services Construction Services Office Supplies & Equipment Office Equipment Maintenance Consulting & Advisory Services

72 How VA Buys Prime Vendor Programs - Med/Surg - Pharmaceutical - Subsistence National Contracts

73 How VA Acquires IT NASA SEWP* ( VETS-GWAC** ( GITSS** ( FSS ( Open Market (FAR Parts 12, 13, 14 & 15) *Mandatory Use **Preferred Acquisition Method

74 Who Buys VA Medical Centers Veterans Integrated Service Networks VA National Acquisition Center (NAC) Office of Acquisition and Logistics VA National Cemetery Administration VA Franchise Data Center, Austin, TX VA Office of Administration VA Acquisition and Logistics Center

75 Veteran Entrepreneurship 1.P.L , Veterans Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development Act of P.L , Veterans Benefits Act of Executive Order 13360, the Service- Disabled Veterans Executive Order (October 20, 2004) 4.P.L , Veterans Benefits, Healthcare & Information Technology Act of 2006), December 22, 2006; Effective June 20,2007

76 VA Hierarchy of Small Business Programs* (Open Market Acquisitions**) 1.Service-disabled veteran-owned firms*** 2.Veteran-owned firms*** 3.HUBZone firms and 8(a) participants (tied) 4.All others (including general small business) *P.L ***Registered in VIP & Verified by VA **Not applicable to FAR Part 8 Acquisitions

77 P.L Set-Aside Authorities SDVOSB: Competitive – Unlimited by dollar value Sole-Source – Limited to $5 million VOSB: Competitive – Unlimited by dollar value Sole Source – Limited to $5 million

78 VA’s P.L Verification Program Responsible Organization –VA’s Center for Veterans Enterprise –Contact: –Toll-free support: Locate Program Application Information: – – click on Vendor Information Pages database Fully electronic and secure application process

79 VA’s P.L Verification Program Who may apply: Owners who are veterans, service- disabled veterans, or eligible surviving spouses Eligible Term: One year with no change in ownership

80 VA’s P.L Verification Program Benefits: Large VA contractors will use verified SDVOSB and VOSB subcontractors for achievement credits; Large prime contractors with VA partnership agreements will voluntarily use verified SDVOSB and VOSB subcontractors; and VA contracting teams have unique buying authority including VOSB set-asides and sole sourcing, but only when they use verified SDVOSBs and VOSBs

81 Prime & Subcontracting Opportunities Open market acquisitions & contract awards published in the Federal Business Opportunities System ( VA Forecast of Contracting Opportunities ( VA subcontracting opportunities ( Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) ( Small Business Administration’s Sub-Net (

82 Improve Your Chances Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned & Veteran-Owned Rep/Verification* Register in VIP Database* 8(a) / SDB Certification HUBZone Certification Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) Contract Accept Purchase Cards Competitive Pricing Take Advantage of Marketing Assistance *P.L

83 VA Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization VA Center for Veterans Enterprise

84 Promoting Small Business Interests Thanks!

85 Promoting Small Business Interests Welcome!

86 Promoting Small Business Interests LTC Thomas Tickner USACE

87 Promoting Small Business Interests Linda Toth USACE




91 PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT Serves over 8 million people in five states: PA, NJ, DE, NY & MD Over 550 miles of navigable waterways 150 miles of coastline protection Military construction at Dover AFB, Ft. Dix & BRAC at APG, MD Homeport to Hopper Dredge McFarland Support for Others: MDC, EPA, FAA, NSWC (Bethesda & Philadelphia), DODEAA, Tobyhanna Army Depot, McGuire AFB, USCG, National Park Service



94 SMALL BUSINESS STATISTICS Total CONUS Obligations$579,640,305 Small Business 135,331,967 Small Disadvantaged Bus. 54,146,409 8(a) 52,957,791 Women Owned 34,725,834 HUBZone 44,851,923 Service Disabled Vet. Owned 540,277 HBCU/MI 77,696

95 MARINE DESIGN – FY 09 SHIPBUILDING PROJECTVALUEADV. Hurley Ladder Extension$1 MilAll Qtrs. ESSAYONS Repowering 6 Mil1 st Qtr. Replacement of Dredge 21 Mil1 st & 3 rd Qtr. WHEELER Engines Dredge McFARLAND 1.5 MilAll Qtrs. Asbestos Removal YAQUINA Ship Service Gen.$600K1 st Qtr. YAQUINA Dredging Sys. Imp 2 Mil1 st Otr.

96 MARINE DESIGN – FY 09 SHIPBUILDING Cont’d PROJECTVALUEADV. Towboat STEVENSON $ 3.5 Mil1 st Qtr. Replacement YAQUINA Repowering 4.5 Mil2 nd Qtr. YAQUINA Dragarm Winches 700K2 nd Qtr. Crane Procurement for IWW 3.0 Mil2 nd Qtr. Dredge McFARLAND Ready 8.5 Mil2/3/4/ Qtrs. Reserve Status

97 MARINE DESIGN – FY 09 SHIPBUILDING Cont’d PROJECTVALUEADV. POTTER Texas Deck Rehab 4.0 Mil3 rd Qtr. POTTER Pump Replacemnt.$ 1.5 Mil3 rd Qtr. Rock Island Replacement 10.5 Mil4 th Qtr. Revetment Crane Barge 9.0 Mil4 th Qtr. M/V Strong Replacement 10.5 Mil4 th Qtr.

98 CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM Project DescriptionValue Adv. Lower Cape May Meadows Beach Nourishment$5-10Mil11/08 Cape May, NJ Avalon, NJ Emergency Repairs$500K-1Mil11/08 Harvey Cedars, NJ (LBI) Initial Beachfill$15-20Mil11/08 Delaware River Main Dredging$15-20Mil06/09 Channel, PA, NJ

99 CIVIL WORKS (CONT’D) Project DescriptionValueAdv. Barnegat Inlet to Little Phase III MEC$5-15 Mil TBD Egg Harbor InletResponse (Surf City, NJ)

100 FY 09 Dredging Program PROJECTVALUEADV. MD, Delaware River to $ 1.4 Mil 1 st Qtr. Chesapeake Bay, DE & MD MD, Wilmington Harbor, DE 1.2 Mil 3 rd Qtr. MD, Delaware River, 3.0 Mil 4 th Qtr. Phila. To Sea MD, Schuylkill River 1.2 Mil4 th Qtr.

101 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE PROJECTVALUEADV. Summit Bridge Roadway 2.0 Mil1 st Qtr. Phase II Summit/Reedy Pt. Bridges 285K1 st Qtr. Gusset Plate Analysis Chesapeake City Bridge$ 190K3 rd Qtr. Joint Repair Summit Bridge Corrosion 2.7 Mil4 th Qtr. Protection

102 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE C&D Canal PROJECTVALUEADV. Lime Application Court$ 120K1 st Qtr. Court House Pt., MD Night Lighting 175K1 st Qtr. Microwave Contract 125K2 nd Qtr.

103 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE FT. MIFFLIN, PHILA., PA PROJECTVALUEADV. Security Guard Svcs. $ 180K1 st Qtr. Janitorial Services 60K1 st Qtr.

104 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE BELTZVILLE LAKE, PA PROJECTVALUEADV. Replace Cracked$250K1 st Qtr. Valve Bonnet Replace Valves 600K1 st Qtr. Remove Lead Paint,Upgrade Emergency Generator Herbicide Spraying 28K3 rd Qtr.

105 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE BLUE MARSH LAKE, PA PROJECTVALUEADV. Grass Mowing$ 60K3 rd Qtr. Water Supply Maintenance 70K1 st Qtr. Janitorial Services 110K1 st Qtr.

106 A/E Actions A/E actions for FY 09 Bridge Inspections Groundwater Monitoring Environmental Monitoring Water Control/Water Quality Analysis Bank Stability Monitoring/Instrumentation Disposal Area Monitoring/Instrumentation Reading

107 ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACTS DESCRIPTIONVALUE Naval Architecture/Marine1Mil/yr/3 yrs Engineering (2) General Engrg. (Coastal1 Mil/yr/5 yrs Storm Damage Reduction)

108 LEASE OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT PROJECTVALUEADV. Ft. Mifflin Area B$400K2 nd Qtr. Ft. Mifflin Area C 400K2 nd Qtr. Killcohook #2 700K2 nd Qtr. Oldmans 300K2 nd Qtr. Pedricktown North 300K2 nd Qtr. Pedricktown South 400K2 nd Qtr.

109 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTVALUEADV. Ft. Dix, NJ, Modified$ 3.0 MilNov 08 Record Firing Range Dover AFB, Dover, DE Bio-Environmental 1.5 MilMar 09 Engineering Facility (BEEF) Fitness Center 19 MilApr 09 Aircrew Flight Equip. Fac. 7.4 MilMar/Apr 09 Skill Development Center 5 MilApr 09


111 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION- C4ISR, PH. 2 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD PROJECTVALUEADV. Warehouse$ 8-10 MilJun 09 Infrastructure 5-8 MilMay 09 Substation Relocation 3-5 MilJul 09 Demolition 1-3 MilDec 08

112 GWOT SUPPORT FY 08 OBLIGATIONS - $369 MIL FY 09 PROJECTVALUE ADV. Electrical Power Rqmts. $1bil/3yr. TBD 3 Contracts – 1 each to support North, Central, and South Districts - IRAQ

113 Information!!

114 Department of Defense Contractors CENTRAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION (CCR)

115 SMALL BUSINESS COMPETIVENESS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM FAR Subpart 19.10, DFARS Subpart Policy Directive 25 May 1999 – Small Business Set- Asides (SBSA) Suspended for certain Designated Industry Groups (DIGS) Annual Review of DOD Small Business Participation FY 07 – DOD less than 40% in certain DIGS Individual organizations – less than 35% SB participation for Architect & Engineering Services and Construction Subsectors

116 SMALL BUSINESS COMPETIVENESS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM (Cont’d) SBSA reinstituted for Department of the Army, Navy and Air Force for: ♦Construction, Subsector 236, Construction of Buildings ♦Construction, Subsector 237, Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction NAICS Department of the Army – Construction, Subsector 238, Specialty Trade Contractors -NAICS , , and , Architect & Engineering Services (including Surveying & Mapping) and Refuse Systems & Related Services


118 Points of Contact Small Business: Cheryl Chandler – Architect-Engineer Paul Bacani –


120 Promoting Small Business Interests Thanks! Travel safely.

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