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1 BRAC Subcabinet 2011 State of Maryland Base Realignment And Closure Update for the MD Joint Legislative Subcommittee 18 January Presented by : Executive Director for Governor’s Subcabinet on BRAC/ Lt. Governor’s DCOS for BRAC Asuntha Chiang-Smith

2 BRAC Subcabinet Presentation Overview  Maryland BRAC snapshot  BRAC Job Creation  Challenges/Continuing Needs  Addressing BRAC Needs  Maryland BRAC snapshot  BRAC Job Creation  Challenges/Continuing Needs  Addressing BRAC Needs 2

3 BRAC Subcabinet  Largest Economic Growth in Maryland Since WWII 60,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs  New Neighbors, New Friends, New Marylanders 28,000 new households  Largest Economic Growth in Maryland Since WWII 60,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs  New Neighbors, New Friends, New Marylanders 28,000 new households 3 What BRAC Means for Maryland

4 BRAC Subcabinet Maryland BRAC Installations 4

5 BRAC Subcabinet Maryland Installation Movements 5 DISA Average Salary: $90 K + APG Average Salary: $87 K+

6 BRAC Subcabinet Maryland Installation Movements  To date, 3385 federal civilian/military jobs have moved to Maryland.  To date, 5,300 indirect jobs have been created in Maryland and growing. Anne Arundel County example:  2009 – 11 New Companies located with 242 total New Employees/ 49 Expanding Companies with 1631 total New Employees  2010 – 9 New Companies with 433 total New Employees/ 21 Expanding Companies with 1658 New Employees. (Source: Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation)  To date, 3385 federal civilian/military jobs have moved to Maryland.  To date, 5,300 indirect jobs have been created in Maryland and growing. Anne Arundel County example:  2009 – 11 New Companies located with 242 total New Employees/ 49 Expanding Companies with 1631 total New Employees  2010 – 9 New Companies with 433 total New Employees/ 21 Expanding Companies with 1658 New Employees. (Source: Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation) 6

7 BRAC Subcabinet Maryland Installation Movements (continued)  22 Oct 2010 CECOM uncasing ceremony at APG (3,000 employees on site now/ hiring 70 employees a week)  DISA command anticipated move April 2011 (bringing approximately 200 employees a week starting January 2011)  Air National Guard Readiness Center complete – moves underway  Summer 2011 – expecting large waves of employee moves  22 Oct 2010 CECOM uncasing ceremony at APG (3,000 employees on site now/ hiring 70 employees a week)  DISA command anticipated move April 2011 (bringing approximately 200 employees a week starting January 2011)  Air National Guard Readiness Center complete – moves underway  Summer 2011 – expecting large waves of employee moves 7

8 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction on Military Installations (excludes stimulus funding) Total BRAC MILCON Funding for Maryland $1.8B  Aberdeen Proving Ground$579.5M  Andrews Air Force Base$52.0M  National Naval Medical Center$641.4M  Fort Meade$529.5M Total BRAC MILCON Funding for Maryland $1.8B  Aberdeen Proving Ground$579.5M  Andrews Air Force Base$52.0M  National Naval Medical Center$641.4M  Fort Meade$529.5M

9 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction Highlights Aberdeen Proving Ground (Phase I)  $477.5M Contract to design and build “ Phase I ”  “ Phase I ” of the Team C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) Campus Include:  9 new buildings  Approximately 5,000 personnel  “ Move In” Underway  1.5M sq ft facility of offices, laboratories, training facilities and data centers  “Phase II” nearing completion  $477.5M Contract to design and build “ Phase I ”  “ Phase I ” of the Team C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) Campus Include:  9 new buildings  Approximately 5,000 personnel  “ Move In” Underway  1.5M sq ft facility of offices, laboratories, training facilities and data centers  “Phase II” nearing completion

10 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction Highlights Andrews Air Force Base Air National Guard Readiness Center  $52M Contract  Approximately 600 new personnel  Completed October 2010, moves underway Air Force District of Washington Headquarters Building  $130M Contract  Approximately 2,400 personnel  Completion June-August 2011 Air National Guard Readiness Center  $52M Contract  Approximately 600 new personnel  Completed October 2010, moves underway Air Force District of Washington Headquarters Building  $130M Contract  Approximately 2,400 personnel  Completion June-August 2011

11 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction Highlights National Naval Medical Center  $641.4M contract to build new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center  Campus Construction Includes: New Out-Patient Clinic & In-Patient Addition  Approximately 2,200 personnel  Groundbreaking in July 2008  Over 677,681 sq ft of new construction  Completion June –Sept 2011  $641.4M contract to build new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center  Campus Construction Includes: New Out-Patient Clinic & In-Patient Addition  Approximately 2,200 personnel  Groundbreaking in July 2008  Over 677,681 sq ft of new construction  Completion June –Sept 2011

12 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction Highlights Fort George G. Meade  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Program Amount: $441.7M Approximately 4,300 personnel Moves begin January 15, ,070,515 sq ft facility  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Program Amount: $441.7M Approximately 4,300 personnel Moves begin January 15, ,070,515 sq ft facility

13 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Construction Highlights Fort George G. Meade  Co-location of Adjudication Activities Program Amount: $31.8M Approximately 800 personnel 151,000 sq ft facility Completion June – August 2011  Defense Media Activity (DMA) Program Amount: $56.0M Approximately 700 personnel 185,870 sq ft Completion June-August 2011  Co-location of Adjudication Activities Program Amount: $31.8M Approximately 800 personnel 151,000 sq ft facility Completion June – August 2011  Defense Media Activity (DMA) Program Amount: $56.0M Approximately 700 personnel 185,870 sq ft Completion June-August 2011

14 BRAC Subcabinet Understanding and Preparing for Challenges 14  Workforce Creation 50 percent of jobs moving to Maryland will be filled by Marylanders Training a qualified workforce pipeline  Infrastructure Housing Water/Wastewater Schools Transportation

15 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation Extremely Successful BRAC Higher Education Fund  To date, 39 grants have been awarded to 19 colleges, universities and community colleges in Maryland totaling more than $3.7 million.  FY ‘09 Grants: 16 awards from $25,000 - $164,500  FY ‘10 Grants: 12 awards from $43,600 - $92,900  FY’11 Grants: 11 awards from $40,900 - $90,000  2100 Marylanders trained from first two rounds of grants so far  Examples – cyber security, government procurement/ contracting, engineering, medical lab training, Extremely Successful BRAC Higher Education Fund  To date, 39 grants have been awarded to 19 colleges, universities and community colleges in Maryland totaling more than $3.7 million.  FY ‘09 Grants: 16 awards from $25,000 - $164,500  FY ‘10 Grants: 12 awards from $43,600 - $92,900  FY’11 Grants: 11 awards from $40,900 - $90,000  2100 Marylanders trained from first two rounds of grants so far  Examples – cyber security, government procurement/ contracting, engineering, medical lab training, 15

16 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation Launched BRAC Internships Clearinghouse website in partnership with Colleges in Maryland and defense contractors: Higher Education Summit around APG – CRADA with Army and Morgan State and UMCP Expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Career & Technology Education programs throughout state Establish Security Clearance education in all public middle schools in partnership with Ft. Meade Alliance Resume writing and federal jobs training to meet USA Jobs criteria/ specific veterans recruiting Launched BRAC Internships Clearinghouse website in partnership with Colleges in Maryland and defense contractors: Higher Education Summit around APG – CRADA with Army and Morgan State and UMCP Expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Career & Technology Education programs throughout state Establish Security Clearance education in all public middle schools in partnership with Ft. Meade Alliance Resume writing and federal jobs training to meet USA Jobs criteria/ specific veterans recruiting 16

17 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Opportunity for MBEs 17  One-Stop website for small and minority businesses to access information about BRAC opportunities:  Match-making events for Prime and Sub-contractors. Successful in working with JBA to raise small business contracting goal to 50%!  GOMA/ TargetGov following contracting trends: in 2009, Maryland small, minority and women-owned firms were awarded $2.1 BILLION in prime contracts from the Department of Defense

18 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Infrastructure  Water Summit – Success in securing cooperation to sustain needed development in APG region  Baltimore City  Harford County  Baltimore County  Cecil County  And several municipalities  MDE conducting water/sewer capacity studies and ensuring capital projects are on time and budget. BRAC area projects total $343M.  Water Summit – Success in securing cooperation to sustain needed development in APG region  Baltimore City  Harford County  Baltimore County  Cecil County  And several municipalities  MDE conducting water/sewer capacity studies and ensuring capital projects are on time and budget. BRAC area projects total $343M. 18

19 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Infrastructure  Launched BRAC Match Program - will enable eligible BRAC homebuyers to receive $2,500 in down-payment and/or closing cost assistance  $100 million in mortgage loans through the Maryland Mortgage Program to homebuyers in the 10 counties that will be most impacted by the U.S. Military’s Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) activities  MacArthur Foundation Award - $4.5 million to preserve approximately 9,000 rental housing units over 10 years in BRAC impacted areas  Launched BRAC Match Program - will enable eligible BRAC homebuyers to receive $2,500 in down-payment and/or closing cost assistance  $100 million in mortgage loans through the Maryland Mortgage Program to homebuyers in the 10 counties that will be most impacted by the U.S. Military’s Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) activities  MacArthur Foundation Award - $4.5 million to preserve approximately 9,000 rental housing units over 10 years in BRAC impacted areas 19

20 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Infrastructure Transportation MDOT ’ s High-Low Strategy Tiered approach to triage priority multi-modal transportation projects. Approximately $100M programmed for short-term improvements at Fort George G. Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Joint Base Andrews and Bethesda National Naval Medical Center (funding for Design, Right of Way and some Construction costs). Signed Transportation Demand Management MOUs with Ft. Meade and APG to reduce road congestion and increase alternate means of commuting (mass transit, shuttles, van pools, telework, etc.) Expanded the Guaranteed Ride Home program ($200k) to include the Baltimore region (supports Ft. Meade and APG) Defense Access Roads Program – success at NNMC! Moving forward at APG and Ft. Meade. MDOT ’ s High-Low Strategy Tiered approach to triage priority multi-modal transportation projects. Approximately $100M programmed for short-term improvements at Fort George G. Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Joint Base Andrews and Bethesda National Naval Medical Center (funding for Design, Right of Way and some Construction costs). Signed Transportation Demand Management MOUs with Ft. Meade and APG to reduce road congestion and increase alternate means of commuting (mass transit, shuttles, van pools, telework, etc.) Expanded the Guaranteed Ride Home program ($200k) to include the Baltimore region (supports Ft. Meade and APG) Defense Access Roads Program – success at NNMC! Moving forward at APG and Ft. Meade.

21 BRAC Subcabinet Subcabinet Highlights: Infrastructure BRAC Community Enhancement Act 5 properties eligible for BRAC zone payments in FY’11 with a combined total of $350,558. (source: SDAT) BRAC Zone Designations Baltimore City City of Frederick City of Laurel Anne Arundel County Prince George’s County City of Aberdeen Howard County 21 (The National Governors Association has identified Maryland's BRAC Zone program as a Best Practice: )http://www.nga.org/Files/pdf/0906MISSIONGROWTH.PDF

22 BRAC Subcabinet BRACSTAT- Introduction  BRACSTAT is a data-based measurement tool used to track the progress of various departmental initiatives outlined in the BRAC Action Plan  BRACSTAT is modeled after Baltimore’s award winning CitiStat program & the state’s STATESTAT program  BRACSTAT is a data-based measurement tool used to track the progress of various departmental initiatives outlined in the BRAC Action Plan  BRACSTAT is modeled after Baltimore’s award winning CitiStat program & the state’s STATESTAT program

23 BRAC Subcabinet 23 HOUSING SALES DATA NUMBERS BRACSTAT BRAC DATA INFORMATION PACKAGES- NUMBER OF HOUSING SALES MONTHLY REPORTING PERIODFISCAL YEAR TO DATE Apr-10May-10Jun-10% ChangeAverageMinimum Maxim um Total (Fiscal Year) Anne Arundel County % ,612 Baltimore County % ,126 Baltimore City % ,934 Carroll County % ,170 Cecil County % ,817 Harford County % ,027 Howard County % ,1307,429 Montgomery County % ,2329,910 Prince Georges County % ,710 Frederick County % ,889 County Totals4,3124,6595,0108%3,8931,8686,11550,624

24 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Subcabinet Contact Information Thank you for your leadership, support and vision that has made the implementation of BRAC such a success in our state!  Governor ’ s Subcabinet on Base Realignment and Closure 21 State Circle Annapolis, MD Thank you for your leadership, support and vision that has made the implementation of BRAC such a success in our state!  Governor ’ s Subcabinet on Base Realignment and Closure 21 State Circle Annapolis, MD

25 BRAC Subcabinet BRAC Road Construction at Ft. Meade 25

26 BRAC Subcabinet APG top priority: $43.5 M project

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