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1 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® The Baltimore District USACE MATOC Industry Day Conference Center at the Maritime Institute 692 Maritime Boulevard November 18, 2013 Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

2 BUILDING STRONG ® Corps of Engineers Mission Areas U.S. Central Command, Afghanistan Fort Detrick Navy Bio-Lab Defense Logistics Agency Solar Wall Flood Wall in Wyoming Valley Levee System

3 BUILDING STRONG ® Department of Defense Mission Support Defense Distribution Susquehanna Ft. Belvoir Northern Regional Medical Command Utah Data Center National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Walter Reed Military Advance Training Center

4 BUILDING STRONG ® U.S. Army Mission Support U.S. Army Automotive Technology Evaluation Facility U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases Fort Detrick Emergency Services Center

5 BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Workforce Projection ~ 300,000 Construction Contractors on any given day Essentially Unlimited Capability Perform 100% of Civil Works & Military Construction A-E Firms (5,000 employees) Perform over 65% of Planning & Design Leverage Personnel Resources through partnering/contracting with Private Sector

6 BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Command Boundaries Pacific Ocean Division South Atlantic Division Mississippi Valley Division North Atlantic Division Great Lakes & Ohio River Division Alaska Seattle Walla Portland San Francisco Los Angeles Honolulu Albuquerque Omaha Kansas City Tulsa Galveston Little Rock St. Louis Rock Island St. Paul Vicks- burg New Orleans Mobile Jacksonville Savannah Charleston Wilmington Norfolk Philadelphia New York New England Detroit Buffalo Baltimore Pittsburgh Chicago Memphis Nashville Louisville Hunting- ton Sacramento Atlanta Dallas Cincinnati Northwestern Division South Pacific Division Southwestern Division Ft. Worth Related Centers and Other Special Missions: Huntsville Engr & Support Center (Chemdemil) MED-Winchester - Africa, Bosnia, Mid-East St. Louis District - Archaeology Philadelphia District - Brokered MILCON Mobile District - Panama, Puerto Rico, etc Transatlantic Division – USACE Deployment Center LEGEND: Engineer Commands Divisions District HQ location Division boundary Districts Outside the US : Europe (Germany) Far East (Korea) Japan 4 Districts in TAD

7 BUILDING STRONG ® Baltimore District Missions Civil Works Military Support Emergency Management Real Estate Environmental Services Interagency Services Regulatory

8 BUILDING STRONG ® Millions ($) Baltimore District Annual Expenditures

9 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Projected Obligations SECURE: $505M MIL: $447M IIS: $69M ENV: $99M CW: $37.5M WA: $17.5M Total: $1.175B

10 BUILDING STRONG ® Military Construction Replace Defense Distribution Center Headquarters Replace U.S. Army Public Health Command Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground Ft. Belvoir Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility Ft. Detrick Hazardous Material Storage Building

11 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Regional Support Contracts North Atlantic Division  A-E Master Planning Services ► Project Magnitude: Two (2) $10M Contracts ► Procurement: Brooks Act ► Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set Aside  Construction MATOC (Baltimore District ) ► Project Magnitude: $49M ► Procurement Type: Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) ► Advertisement: 3rd or 4th Quarter FY14 ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Set Aside for Small Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, 8(a) & HUBZone North Atlantic Division Military Boundaries

12 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Nationwide Contracts South Campus Electrical Utilities Plant Generator Building  Architecture-Engineering (A-E) Contracts ► Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts ► Magnitude: Two (2) Contracts, $49M each ► Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter and 3 rd Quarter of FY 14 ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted

13 BUILDING STRONG ® Construction Phase Support Services ► Magnitude: ~$25M ► Procurement Type: IDIQ ► Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: TBD Commissioning Support A-E ► Project Magnitude: $25M ► Procurement Type: IDIQ ► Advertisement: 1 st Quarter ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted FY14 Nationwide Contracts South Campus Electrical Utilities Plant

14 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Nationwide Contracts Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) Project Magnitude : $103M Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted Typical Task Order Values: $0-$10M Utah Data Center Earth Work Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) (2 Awards) Project Magnitude : 2 Contracts - $49M Each Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Typical Task Order Values: $0-$5M

15 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Nationwide Contracts  Design-Build Construction (MATOC) Project Magnitude: $950M Procurement: Multiple Award Task Order Contract Advertisement: 3 rd - 4 th Quarter FY14 Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Two-Tiered (Unrestricted & Small Business) Task Order Values: $10M (Typical Value) Intelligence Community Campus - Bethesda

16 BUILDING STRONG ® Civil Works Trend: Stable Program, Emergency Funding Spikes Hurricane Sandy Debris Removal Process

17 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Operations/Civil Works Construction Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) Project Magnitude: $20M Advertisement: 3 rd Quarter FY14 Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set Aside Bainbridge, N.Y. PL84-99 Repairs Public Law Emergency Response Actions

18 BUILDING STRONG ® Environmental Services Spring Valley Formerly Used Defense Site Former Frankford Arsenal Remediation W.R. Grace Building 23 Remediation Sturgis Decommissioning

19 BUILDING STRONG ® FY14 Radiological Transport & Disposal Continental U.S. Multiple Award Radiological Transport & Disposal (MARTADS) Project Magnitude: $100M-$250M Advertisement: 2 nd Quarter FY14 Proposed Acquisition Strategy: TBD Task Order Values: ~$2M-$10M Colonie FUSRAP Site, New York

20 BUILDING STRONG ® Multiple Award Military Munitions Services, II (MAMMS, II) ► Project Magnitude: $100M-$250M ► Advertise: 3 rd Quarter (FY14) ► Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted & Small Business ► Task Order Values: $2M-$3M Multiple Award Military Munitions Services Continental U.S. Tobyhanna, P.A. Field Investigation

21 BUILDING STRONG ® We Support Small Business Small Businesses play key roles in Baltimore District Planting Oyster Bars Flood Risk Reduction Projects Environmental Restoration Projects The Office of Small Business Mission is to offer a level playing field and help further support the local economy. Baltimore District looks to benefit from expertise and talents from all businesses. DC Local Flood Protection Project ortunities%20_As%20of%201NOV%202013_.pdf

22 BUILDING STRONG ® Small Business Accomplishments FY 13 (As of 7 October 2013 ) CategoryDollars Actual % / Statutory Goal / NAB Goal USACE NAD Goal Small Business $183,568, % / 23% / 23% 43.3% Small Disadvantaged $126,328, % / 5% / 10% 18% 8(a) $42,056,552 No specific goal for 8(a) - 8(a) included in SDB accomplishments Women-Owned $76,322, % / 5% / 6% 7% Service- Disabled Veteran-Owned $15,256, % / 3% / 3% 4% HUBZone $4,269,480.68% / 3% / 3% 11% Total Dollars Obligated: $628,504,587 Green - Met both the statutory and USACE NAB SB goal Amber - Met the statutory goal, but didn’t meet the USACE NAB SB goal Red - Didn’t meet the statutory or USACE NAB SB goal

23 BUILDING STRONG ® HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH US  Register in the ‘System for Award Management’ database at  Find our projects on FedBizOpps at  Respond to the solicitation ► Read, understand and comply with all requirements ► Write a strong proposal  Grow your capabilities ► Team with experienced firms to share knowledge ► Create effective Prime/Sub and Joint Venture Teams ► Request a debriefing at the end of the acquisition  Understand and comply with bonding requirements for construction contracts

24 BUILDING STRONG ® Stay in Touch

25 BUILDING STRONG ® Planned Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts

26 BUILDING STRONG ® Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts Architect / Engineer Planned # of Awards Acquisition Capacity ($000’s) Award Military Multidisciplinary2Unrestricted 100,000FY15/2 Military Master Planning2Small Business 20,000FY14/2 WA Multidisciplinary4Unrestricted 10,000FY14/1 RSFO Multidisciplinary2Unrestricted 100,000FY13/4 RSFO Commissioning1Unrestricted 25,000FY14/2 Value Engineering2Unrestricted 9,000FY14/2 Total13 234,000 Environmental Service Planned # of Awards Acquisition Capacity ($000’s) Award Military Munitions re-compete5Small Business 80,000FY15/1 Military Munitions re-compete4Unrestricted 160,000FY15/1 MARTADS3TBD 225,000FY14/3 Total12 465,000

27 BUILDING STRONG ® Construction Planned # of Awards Size Capacity ($000’s) Award DB Construction Civil Works4Small Business 20,000FY14/3 DB Construction NAB-wideUp to 98(a)/HZ/SDVOB 49,000FY14/3 DB Construction NAB/RSFO CONUS/OCONUS 5~5 Unrestricted ~5 Small Business 950,000FY14/4 Sole Source SATOC 48(a) 16,000FY14/2 Competitive SATOC RSFO 1Unrestricted 103,000FY14/3 Competitive SATOC RSFO 1HZ 49,000FY14/3 Competitive SATOC RSFO 1SDV 49,000FY14/3 Total21 1,236,000 Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts Services Planned # of Awards Size Capacity ($000’s) Award RSFO Construction Phase Support Services (CPSS) 1TBD 25,000FY14/3 WA Pumps1Unrestricted 6,500FY14/1 Total2 31,500

28 BUILDING STRONG ® Feedback & Questions Session

29 BUILDING STRONG ® Discussion Topics Compare Single Phase/Step vs. Two Phase/Step Acquisitions What is the most effective Contractor Pool size for multiple award task order contracts? Does this number change for small and large business? Should design firms support more than one team in multiple award contracts? What selection criteria identify the best contractors? Which criteria are most important? Use of Sample Project vs. Actual Task Order How should price be evaluated in making awards?


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