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1 BRAC Subcabinet 1 Joint Legislative Committee on BRAC July 14, 2009 Presented by Asuntha Chiang-Smith, BRAC Subcabinet Executive Director

2 BRAC Subcabinet 2  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 What BRAC Means for Maryland

3 BRAC Subcabinet 3 Maryland Installation Movements

4 BRAC Subcabinet 4 BRAC Action Plan

5 BRAC Subcabinet 5 BRAC Construction on Military Installations (excludes stimulus funding) Total BRAC MILCON Funding for Maryland $1.9B  Aberdeen Proving Ground$579.5M  Andrews Air Force Base$52M  National Naval Medical Center$641.4M  Fort Meade$605.7 Total BRAC MILCON Funding for Maryland $1.9B  Aberdeen Proving Ground$579.5M  Andrews Air Force Base$52M  National Naval Medical Center$641.4M  Fort Meade$605.7

6 BRAC Subcabinet 6 BRAC Construction Underway Aberdeen Proving Ground (Phase I)  $477.5M Contract to design and build “Phase I”  Tompkins-Turner & Grunley Kinsley (Joint Contract)  “Phase I” of the Team C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) Campus Include:  9 new buildings  Approximately 5,000 personnel  Groundbreaking on March 17, 2008  Anticipated “Move In” July-December 2010  1.5M sq ft facility of offices, laboratories, training facilities and data centers  $477.5M Contract to design and build “Phase I”  Tompkins-Turner & Grunley Kinsley (Joint Contract)  “Phase I” of the Team C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) Campus Include:  9 new buildings  Approximately 5,000 personnel  Groundbreaking on March 17, 2008  Anticipated “Move In” July-December 2010  1.5M sq ft facility of offices, laboratories, training facilities and data centers

7 BRAC Subcabinet 7 BRAC Construction Underway Aberdeen Proving Ground (Phase II)  $102M Contract to design and build “Phase II”  James G. Davis Construction- Rockville, MD  “Phase II” of the Team C4ISR Campus Include:  Approximately 1,900 personnel  Anticipated Construction Complete date: December 31, 2010  500,000 sq ft facility  Three additional contracts to be awarded in August 2009  $102M Contract to design and build “Phase II”  James G. Davis Construction- Rockville, MD  “Phase II” of the Team C4ISR Campus Include:  Approximately 1,900 personnel  Anticipated Construction Complete date: December 31, 2010  500,000 sq ft facility  Three additional contracts to be awarded in August 2009

8 BRAC Subcabinet 8 BRAC Construction Underway Andrews Air Force Base  $52M Contract  AECOM Construction  Building proposed to consolidate Air Force District Washington command functions, which are currently housed in several different locations in the region.  Approximately 1,000 personnel  Groundbreaking July 13, 2009  380,000 Sq ft  Anticipated Construction Completion Date: December 2009  $52M Contract  AECOM Construction  Building proposed to consolidate Air Force District Washington command functions, which are currently housed in several different locations in the region.  Approximately 1,000 personnel  Groundbreaking July 13, 2009  380,000 Sq ft  Anticipated Construction Completion Date: December 2009

9 BRAC Subcabinet 9 BRAC Construction Underway National Naval Medical Center  $641.4M contract to build new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center  Clark Construction Group and Balfour Beatty Construction  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  $641.4M contract to build new Walter Reed National Military Medical Center  Clark Construction Group and Balfour Beatty Construction  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

10 BRAC Subcabinet 10 BRAC Construction Underway Fort George G. Meade  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Program Amount: $441.7M Hensel Phelps Construction Company 1,070,515 sq ft facility Approximately 4,300 personnel Groundbreaking on April 16, 2009  Co-location of Adjudication Activities Program Amount: $82M Skanska USA Building, Inc 185,870 sq ft facility Approximately 450 personnel Groundbreaking on April 15, 2009  Defense Media Activity (DMA) Program Amount: $82M Hensel Phelps Construction 185,870 sq ft Approximately 650 personnel Groundbreaking on April 8, 2009  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Program Amount: $441.7M Hensel Phelps Construction Company 1,070,515 sq ft facility Approximately 4,300 personnel Groundbreaking on April 16, 2009  Co-location of Adjudication Activities Program Amount: $82M Skanska USA Building, Inc 185,870 sq ft facility Approximately 450 personnel Groundbreaking on April 15, 2009  Defense Media Activity (DMA) Program Amount: $82M Hensel Phelps Construction 185,870 sq ft Approximately 650 personnel Groundbreaking on April 8, 2009

11 BRAC Subcabinet 11 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) MILCON FUNDING Total MILCON Funding for Maryland $ M BRAC Impacted Military Installations $94.216M Aberdeen Proving Ground$31.956M Projects Include:  Center for Health Promotion & Preventive Medicine (Replace Failing Roof, Modernize Utilities)  Medical Research Labs (Environmental Controls, Functional Renovations) Andrews Air Force Base$23.510M Projects Include:  Air National Guard Operations Center  Repair Asphalt and Utilities for Taxiways Total MILCON Funding for Maryland $ M BRAC Impacted Military Installations $94.216M Aberdeen Proving Ground$31.956M Projects Include:  Center for Health Promotion & Preventive Medicine (Replace Failing Roof, Modernize Utilities)  Medical Research Labs (Environmental Controls, Functional Renovations) Andrews Air Force Base$23.510M Projects Include:  Air National Guard Operations Center  Repair Asphalt and Utilities for Taxiways

12 BRAC Subcabinet 12 ARRA MILCON FUNDING Nat’l Naval Medical Center $14.553M Projects Include:  Repair Fire Alarm Systems  Energy Improvements in Various Buildings Fort Detrick$16.030M Projects Include  Repair Medical Labs  Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (Modernize Admin/Lab) Fort George G. Meade$8.167M Projects Include:  Modernize Kimbrough Army Health Clinic (Repair stairwells, repair electrical components)  Energy Savings Project- Burgin Building Nat’l Naval Medical Center $14.553M Projects Include:  Repair Fire Alarm Systems  Energy Improvements in Various Buildings Fort Detrick$16.030M Projects Include  Repair Medical Labs  Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (Modernize Admin/Lab) Fort George G. Meade$8.167M Projects Include:  Modernize Kimbrough Army Health Clinic (Repair stairwells, repair electrical components)  Energy Savings Project- Burgin Building

13 BRAC Subcabinet 13 ARRA BRAC Specific Funding DoD Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP)  To assist DOD civilian employees who are compelled to move and face financial loss when selling their primary residence in areas where real estate values have declined due to BRAC  Individuals moving to Maryland as a result of BRAC are eligible for the program DoD Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP)  To assist DOD civilian employees who are compelled to move and face financial loss when selling their primary residence in areas where real estate values have declined due to BRAC  Individuals moving to Maryland as a result of BRAC are eligible for the program

14 BRAC Subcabinet 14 ARRA Funding: Environment  Funding Total of $19,248,000 Secured ARRA funds for 2 new projects  Rising Sun Loan of $1M toward wastewater treatment plant upgrade and expansion  Aberdeen Loan of $248,000 toward wastewater treatment plant bio-solid compost facility expansion Enhanced funding for existing wastewater nutrient reduction projects  Baltimore Co/Patapsco loan of $6M, Grant of $6M  Frederick Co/Ballenger Creek-McKinney Loan of $6M  Funding Total of $19,248,000 Secured ARRA funds for 2 new projects  Rising Sun Loan of $1M toward wastewater treatment plant upgrade and expansion  Aberdeen Loan of $248,000 toward wastewater treatment plant bio-solid compost facility expansion Enhanced funding for existing wastewater nutrient reduction projects  Baltimore Co/Patapsco loan of $6M, Grant of $6M  Frederick Co/Ballenger Creek-McKinney Loan of $6M

15 BRAC Subcabinet 15  Workforce Creation As many as 50 percent of jobs moving to Maryland will be filled by Marylanders  Infrastructure Housing, Water/Wastewater, Schools and Transportation (roads and mass transit) Understanding and Preparing for Challenges

16 BRAC Subcabinet 16 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

17 BRAC Subcabinet 17 INSERT HOUSING SALES DATA NUMBERS BRACSTAT BRAC DATA INFORMATION PACKAGES- NUMBER OF HOUSING SALES MONTHLY REPORTING PERIOD FISCAL YEAR TO DATE Jan-09Feb-09Mar-09% ChangeAverageMinimumMaximumTotal Anne Arundel County % ,988 Baltimore County % ,802 Baltimore City % ,448 Cecil County % Harford County % ,485 Howard County % ,713 Montgomery County % ,771 Prince Georges County % ,386 Carroll County % ,063 Frederick County % ,446 County Totals1,8551,9682,79542% 2,8401,8553,75325,563

18 BRAC Subcabinet 18  Expanding the Maryland Workforce Established One-Stop Employment Centers at Ft. Monmouth, NJ & 3 One-Stops at DISA in Arlington, VA With the support of the General Assembly HB1452 passed which allowed individuals licensed in New Jersey and Virginia who are moving to the State due to BRAC to more easily obtain Maryland licenses.  Examples Include: Plumbers HVACR Contractors Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation

19 BRAC Subcabinet 19 Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation  Workforce One Maryland Grant Program in partnership with U.S. DOL $1 million awarded to assist with Workforce Challenges $100,000 Towson Univ.- Elementary engineering program in Harford County Public School System $100,000 Cecil College- Certification Program in Government Contracting $99,999 to Frederick Community College for the development of a curriculum focused on Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility  Through the Maryland Department of Disabilities, conducting study to engage disabled community in BRAC opportunities  Workforce One Maryland Grant Program in partnership with U.S. DOL $1 million awarded to assist with Workforce Challenges $100,000 Towson Univ.- Elementary engineering program in Harford County Public School System $100,000 Cecil College- Certification Program in Government Contracting $99,999 to Frederick Community College for the development of a curriculum focused on Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility  Through the Maryland Department of Disabilities, conducting study to engage disabled community in BRAC opportunities

20 BRAC Subcabinet 20 Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation Establish Security Clearance education in public schools in partnership with Ft. Meade Alliance In partnership with the General Assembly the O’Malley/Brown Administration has allocated over $1B for school construction Expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Career & Technology Education programs to all parts of the State Maryland Ranked #1 overall for Public Schools in Newsweek magazines “Challenge Index” Maryland Ranked #1 in Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations in Education Week magazine Establish Security Clearance education in public schools in partnership with Ft. Meade Alliance In partnership with the General Assembly the O’Malley/Brown Administration has allocated over $1B for school construction Expand Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Career & Technology Education programs to all parts of the State Maryland Ranked #1 overall for Public Schools in Newsweek magazines “Challenge Index” Maryland Ranked #1 in Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations in Education Week magazine

21 BRAC Subcabinet 21  Higher Education and Continuing Education Credit transfer agreement with NJ/VA institutions Maintain tuition rates at USM for three consecutive years Graduate Referral Website Currently planning a Higher Education Summit for Fall 2009 around Aberdeen Proving Ground Developing Clearinghouse for BRAC Internships in partnership with the University System and defense contractors to reduce security clearance waiting period Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation

22 BRAC Subcabinet 22 Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation BRAC Higher Education Fund  Legislation passed during the 2008 legislative session allocated money from the Higher Education Investment Fund to assist the Maryland Higher Education Commission in implementing a grants program to promote the educational programs necessary to fulfill the incoming military missions to the state.  FY ‘09 Grants: 16 awards from $25,000 - $164,500 Recipients Included - Baltimore City Community College, Bowie State University, Cecil College, Hagerstown Community College, Harford Community College, Morgan State University, Prince George’s Community College, Towson University, the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Washington College BRAC Higher Education Fund  Legislation passed during the 2008 legislative session allocated money from the Higher Education Investment Fund to assist the Maryland Higher Education Commission in implementing a grants program to promote the educational programs necessary to fulfill the incoming military missions to the state.  FY ‘09 Grants: 16 awards from $25,000 - $164,500 Recipients Included - Baltimore City Community College, Bowie State University, Cecil College, Hagerstown Community College, Harford Community College, Morgan State University, Prince George’s Community College, Towson University, the University of Maryland Baltimore County and Washington College

23 BRAC Subcabinet 23 Subcabinet Highlights: Workforce Creation  FY ’09: Funding Requested $3 million /Funding Allocated $2 million  FY ’10: Funding Requested $3 million /Funding Allocated $1 million  FY ’11: Anticipated Funding Request $4 million  FY ’09: Funding Requested $3 million /Funding Allocated $2 million  FY ’10: Funding Requested $3 million /Funding Allocated $1 million  FY ’11: Anticipated Funding Request $4 million

24 BRAC Subcabinet 24  Establishing One-Stop website for small and minority businesses to access information about BRAC opportunities  Initiated BRAC Small and Minority Business Advisory Board to assist MBE companies with the Federal procurement process  Creation of a Business Resource Guide by GOMA & DBED Subcabinet Highlights: Economic Development & MBE Participation

25 BRAC Subcabinet 25 Subcabinet Highlights: Housing & Infrastructure  MacArthur Foundation Award of $4.5 million to preserve approximately 9,000 rental housing units over 10 years in BRAC impacted areas  DHCD (Housing & Revitalization Program) is in the final stages of a grant agreement with Harford County to provide $1.5M in Federal Funds to demolish vacant military housing in a planned development site in Edgewood near APG  MacArthur Foundation Award of $4.5 million to preserve approximately 9,000 rental housing units over 10 years in BRAC impacted areas  DHCD (Housing & Revitalization Program) is in the final stages of a grant agreement with Harford County to provide $1.5M in Federal Funds to demolish vacant military housing in a planned development site in Edgewood near APG

26 BRAC Subcabinet 26 Subcabinet Highlights: Housing & Infrastructure  MDP in partnership with DNR & CSSC is obtaining an OEA Grant to implement a multi-jurisdictional regional Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping system around Aberdeen Proving Ground Coordinating land use planning on a regional basis to address long-term infrastructure needs to sustain the military missions  DHCD & MDP partnering with local municipalities to conduct an analysis of BRAC housing growth around Ft. Meade- Sage Policy Group  MDP in partnership with DNR & CSSC is obtaining an OEA Grant to implement a multi-jurisdictional regional Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping system around Aberdeen Proving Ground Coordinating land use planning on a regional basis to address long-term infrastructure needs to sustain the military missions  DHCD & MDP partnering with local municipalities to conduct an analysis of BRAC housing growth around Ft. Meade- Sage Policy Group

27 BRAC Subcabinet 27 Subcabinet Highlights: Environment  MDE conducting studies to assess water/sewer capacity and demand in BRAC regions  Ongoing work to ensure local water/sewer infrastructure capital projects in which MDE has invested are making progress  Projects total $343M  MDE conducting studies to assess water/sewer capacity and demand in BRAC regions  Ongoing work to ensure local water/sewer infrastructure capital projects in which MDE has invested are making progress  Projects total $343M

28 BRAC Subcabinet 28 Subcabinet Highlights: Environment  Water Summit Initial Water Summit  Last Fall convened a summit of local officials to address water issues near Aberdeen Proving Ground Follow-up Water Summit  Tentatively Scheduled in August 2009  Water Summit Initial Water Summit  Last Fall convened a summit of local officials to address water issues near Aberdeen Proving Ground Follow-up Water Summit  Tentatively Scheduled in August 2009

29 BRAC Subcabinet 29 Subcabinet Highlights: Transportation MDOT’s High-Low Strategy  Near-term, SHA has programmed funds for improvements at key intersections affected by BRAC, including: $94.5M for short-term improvements at Fort George G. Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground and Bethesda National Naval Medical Center. Monies fund Design, Right of Way and some Construction costs. MDOT is working with local jurisdictions, Installations, and the State’s Congressional delegation to procure necessary funds to implement improvements. MDOT’s High-Low Strategy  Near-term, SHA has programmed funds for improvements at key intersections affected by BRAC, including: $94.5M for short-term improvements at Fort George G. Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground and Bethesda National Naval Medical Center. Monies fund Design, Right of Way and some Construction costs. MDOT is working with local jurisdictions, Installations, and the State’s Congressional delegation to procure necessary funds to implement improvements.

30 BRAC Subcabinet 30 Subcabinet Highlights: Transportation MASS TRANSIT  Long and Short-term initiatives that integrate with MARC Growth and Investment Plan, including MARC efficiency improvements on Camden, Penn and Brunswick Lines;  MARC Coach and Locomotive replacements, as well as station improvements in key BRAC corridors, and consideration of long-term layover, storage and maintenance needs.  Growth of LOTS, Regional Bus, Shuttle and Rideshare programs; Coordination with existing DOD services.  Promoting Smart Growth, multi-modal solutions, including improved Metro and transit access where possible.

31 BRAC Subcabinet 31 Subcabinet Highlights: Transportation Enhanced Use Lease (EUL)  BRAC Community Enhancement Act has empowered state and local jurisdictions to partner in development of Payment In Lieu of Taxes Agreements (PILOTs) with EUL developers at: APG Fort Meade Fort Detrick Enhanced Use Lease (EUL)  BRAC Community Enhancement Act has empowered state and local jurisdictions to partner in development of Payment In Lieu of Taxes Agreements (PILOTs) with EUL developers at: APG Fort Meade Fort Detrick

32 BRAC Subcabinet Legislative Session HB1452 DLLR – License Examination Waiver  HB1452 exempts individuals licensed as stationary engineers; plumbers; gas fitters; and heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) contractors in New Jersey and Virginia from the State’s licensing examinations in those trades, if these individuals have relocated to the State because of a family member’s reassignment due to BRAC. HB1452 DLLR – License Examination Waiver  HB1452 exempts individuals licensed as stationary engineers; plumbers; gas fitters; and heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) contractors in New Jersey and Virginia from the State’s licensing examinations in those trades, if these individuals have relocated to the State because of a family member’s reassignment due to BRAC.

33 BRAC Subcabinet Legislative Session SB257/HB306 Military Education Compact  This legislation makes Maryland a member of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. The Interstate Compact enables states to collaborate and provide the must needed consistency to eliminate penalties and redundancy that military children often encounter when their parents are transferred or deployed. Issues addressed in the compact include: Transfer of Records Course Sequencing Graduation Requirements Exclusion from Extra-Curricular Activities Redundant or Missed Entrance/ Exit Testing SB257/HB306 Military Education Compact  This legislation makes Maryland a member of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. The Interstate Compact enables states to collaborate and provide the must needed consistency to eliminate penalties and redundancy that military children often encounter when their parents are transferred or deployed. Issues addressed in the compact include: Transfer of Records Course Sequencing Graduation Requirements Exclusion from Extra-Curricular Activities Redundant or Missed Entrance/ Exit Testing

34 BRAC Subcabinet Legislative Session HB1429 BRAC Community Enhancement Act  Allows the 10 year life of a BRAC Zone to begin when property becomes qualified property under the current BRAC Zone program.  Original legislation was enacted in 2008 and provides certain tax rebates to local government which must be used by for infrastructure improvements in the BRAC Zone 2008 BRAC Zone Designations Baltimore City City of Frederick City of Laurel Odenton Town Center Prince George’s County 2009 BRAC Zone Designations City of Aberdeen Howard County  The National Governors Association has indentified Maryland’s BRAC Zone program as a best practice HB1429 BRAC Community Enhancement Act  Allows the 10 year life of a BRAC Zone to begin when property becomes qualified property under the current BRAC Zone program.  Original legislation was enacted in 2008 and provides certain tax rebates to local government which must be used by for infrastructure improvements in the BRAC Zone 2008 BRAC Zone Designations Baltimore City City of Frederick City of Laurel Odenton Town Center Prince George’s County 2009 BRAC Zone Designations City of Aberdeen Howard County  The National Governors Association has indentified Maryland’s BRAC Zone program as a best practice

35 BRAC Subcabinet 35 BRAC Subcabinet Contact Information  Governor’s Subcabinet on Base Realignment and Closure 45 Calvert Street, Room 402 Annapolis, MD  Departmental Contact Information  Governor’s Subcabinet on Base Realignment and Closure 45 Calvert Street, Room 402 Annapolis, MD  Departmental Contact Information


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