Presentation on theme: "The Baltimore District USACE MATOC Industry Day"— Presentation transcript:
1The Baltimore District USACE MATOC Industry Day Conference Center at the Maritime Institute692 Maritime BoulevardNovember 18, 2013Linthicum Heights, MD 21090Right to Left, Clockwise by program area:Civil, Civil, RSFO, Environmental
2Corps of Engineers Mission Areas Flood Wall in Wyoming Valley Levee SystemDefense Logistics Agency Solar WallU.S. Central Command, AfghanistanFort Detrick Navy Bio-LabOVERARCHING MESSSAGE: We construct, maintain and operate key infrastructure projects that contribute to the Nation’s economy, environment, safety and quality of life, now and in the future.Civil Works (TOP LEFT, FLOOD WALL AT WYOMING VALLEY, PA): Our projects and the water resources we manage—with a plant replacement value of more than $251 billion—generate jobs, facilitate imports and exports, and contribute to a stronger economy, environment and quality of life for all Americans.KEY POINT: Civil Works Transformation: we are enhancing the budget process; modernizing the planning process; improving methods of delivery; and smart infrastructure asset management.Gee Wiz Fact: USACE operates and/or maintains about 2,000 miles of levees of an estimated 14,501 miles nationwide in the USACE Levee Safety Program.Sustainability (TOP RIGHT, DLA SOLAR WALL): The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sustainability strategies relate to energy, water, climate change and the environment.KEY POINT: USACE’s Sustainability Program focuses on two lines of operation: 1) Meeting our enterprise energy, water and waste reduction targets on USACE owned and operated facilities; and (2) assisting our customers in meeting their Executive Order targets, which includes providing assistance to the Army’s Net Zero policy, providing assistance in advanced metering, innovative financing methods, identifying methods to reduce potable water consumption, recycling grey water and retrofitting sites for low-impact development. We also deliver sustainable solutions for contingency bases and operations.Gee Wiz Fact: ASA (CW has committed to achieve $2.5 million in performance-based alternative financing contracts for energy and water efficiency in USACE facilities before the end of December 2013.Environmental (BOTTOM LEFT, TECHNICIAN USES AN AIR SPADE TO DETECT A MUNTION): The Corps of Engineers is the nation’s environmental engineer, creating engineering solutions for the nation’s environmental challenges. It has one of the largest environment restoration and environmental sustainability roles in the federal government.KEY POINT: With its more than 6,000 multi-disciplined environmental professionals, the Corps strengthens the Army’s ability to respond to existing and new environmental challenges worldwide due to its capability to successfully manage unforeseen rapid environmental workload increases without increasing personnel or overhead costs.Gee Wiz Fact: The Corps provided more than $1.58 billion worth of environmental program/project management and technical and contract support in FY12 to DoD, executing two-thirds of the Army's environmental program, and non-DoD agencies in addition to its civil works environmental work such as wetlands and ecosystem restoration.Military Mission Support (Fort Detrick Nay Bio-Lab): Military Missions provides vital and unique support to the Army’s three major roles as a central component to our nation’s defense – Prevent, Shape and Win. We “Prevent” by delivering facilities and infrastructure worldwide to help Soldiers maintain readiness and the Army achieve its modernization goals. We “Shape” through our support of Combatant Commanders, providing military-to-military assistance and humanitarian response for partner nations, as well as global interagency development assistance. Finally, we provide support to the Army’s enduring expeditionary mission with cutting-edge research and development providing Soldiers the tools they need to “Win.”KEY POINT: We are the Nation's most effective and dynamic public engineering and technical services organization, and a values-based organization and force multiplier with domestic and global capabilities.Gee Wiz Fact: On average, our districts, labs and centers provide about $3.7 billion worth of reimbursable facilities and public works support to IMCOM, Air Force and DOD installations annually.STEM/HRKey Message: USACE and DoDEA have completed development of the STEM program resulting from the partnership agreement that we signed in May The program is called “STEM ED” where USACE and DoDEA are working together to “Build Strong STEM Students”. The program will leverage Corps STEM talent to benefit military families by placing our volunteer engineers and scientists into middle school classrooms. We will utilize our best and brightest volunteers - those who have a passion for furthering STEM education.Key Point: It is critical that USACE continues to foster an environment of continuous learning by providing appropriate incentives to encourage our workforce to seek and maintain professional licenses and certification whenever possible within law and regulation.Gee Wiz Fact: To date, 39 USACE employees have been approved by USACE and ASA (M&RA) to pursue academic degree programs in areas such as Business Administration (BS and MS), Emergency and Disaster Management (BS and MS), Engineering (MS), and Construction Management (MS).All Hazards ResponseKey Message: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is prepared and ready to respond to natural and man-made disasters and overseas contingencies. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery.Key Point: In any disaster, USACE’s three top priorities are: 1. Support immediate emergency response priorities; 2. Sustain lives with critical commodities, temporary emergency power and other needs; 3. Initiate recovery efforts by assessing and restoring critical infrastructure.Gee Wiz Fact: More than 40 specially trained response teams ready to perform a wide range of public works and engineering-related missions.Support To CENTCOM (Center, Flags at GRD)Key Message: USACE Transatlantic Division (TAD) provides engineering services to the Nation in support of U.S. Central Command’s area of operations, which spans across 20 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, and includes the military operations in Afghanistan.Key Point: USACE’s overseas mission is massive. The Corps is now managing the execution of a $10.6 billion construction program in support of the government of Afghanistan – a feat that is unprecedented in USACE’s history.Gee Wiz Fact: Since 2002, USACE has managed a $10.6 billion construction program and, to date, has completed more than $8.45 billion in construction.
3Department of Defense Mission Support Defense Distribution SusquehannaFt. Belvoir Northern Regional Medical CommandWalter Reed Military Advance Training CenterUtah Data CenterDoD Top Issues:Afghanistan – Defense Distribution Susquehanna (aerial photo)Warrior Care – Ft. Belvoir Northern Regional Medical Command HQ Building (photo) & Amputees learn to climb at the Walter Reed Military Advance Training Center, built by NAB. (Amputee Facility)Cyber Security – UDC (rendering)**More than 100 NAB employees have deployed in support of OCO.Sexual Assault Prevention (did not include)Defense Strategic Guidance (did not include)National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
4U.S. Army Mission Support Fort Detrick Emergency Services CenterU.S. Army Automotive Technology Evaluation FacilityU.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious DiseasesLEFT: Ft. Detrick Emergency Services Center Fire DepartmentRIGHT: Army Automotive Technology Evaluation Facility (aerial photo)BOTTOM: US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious DiseasesPeople are Our ArmyThe Army is the strength of the Nation. Soldiers are the strength of our Army. Our families are the strength of our Soldiers. We must sustain these bonds of trust.Our enduring priority is to preserve our high-quality All Volunteer Force – Active, Guard and Reserve.America’s greatest generations are built on the strength of America’s strongest citizens – U.S. Soldiers.Meeting the Needs of the NationAs an Army, we share in the sacrifice of all Americans during this period of fiscal uncertainty and must shape the Army of 2020 with an understanding of both our national security obligations and the fiscal constraints we all share.We will continue to be good stewards of the resources we’re provided by developing the capabilities the Nation needs through prudent investment, modernization and transformation of the institutional Army.The Army profession is the Nation’s preeminent leadership experience, developing the Nation’s future leaders.America’s Force of Decisive ActionThe U.S. Army is the most decisive land force in the world. No matter the task, no matter the environment, no matter the difficulty– America’s Army will always accomplish the mission.As America’s decisive force, the Army provides our national security decision makers with greater flexibility in responding to national security challenges at home and abroad against both conventional and hybrid threats.Our Army is responsive, innovative, flexible, agile and lethal, providing versatility and depth to the Joint Force.As a member of the Joint Force and interagency team, the Army is responsive and effective for Combatant Commanders; provides training, equipment and logistical support to our sister services; and quickly integrates and synchronizes Army operations within larger joint, interagency and multinational efforts.To meet today’s challenges and tomorrow’s uncertain conflicts, we must field an Army that can rapidly dominate any operational environment and provide decisive results across a full range of missions to include: deterring and defeating aggression; providing humanitarian assistance; engaging with our allies while building partner capacity; facilitating strategic access to other armies; and supporting civil authorities at home and abroad.As we transition to a leaner, more agile Army we will shape a future force that has the capability and versatility to Prevent conflict; Shape the environment; and decisively Win our Nation’s wars.America’s Army is a globally recognized symbol of our national resolve and commitment. We are and will remain the best manned, best equipped, best trained, best led and most decisive land force in the world.Army DrawdownBy the end of fiscal year '17, we will decrease our end-strength in the active component from 570,000 to 490,000; from 358,000 to 353,500 in the National Guard; and from 206,000 to 205,000 in the Army Reserves.
5USACE Workforce Projection Leverage Personnel Resources through partnering/contracting with Private Sector~300,000ConstructionContractors onany given dayEssentially Unlimited CapabilityPerform 100% of Civil Works & Military Construction~37,000 Government Employees~600UniformedMilitaryTHEME: USACE recognized long ago the criticality of reinvention, innovation, transformation, and we are constantly striving to be the most cost effective organization possible, adapting to customer needs within the authorities and funds we are provided. We have been successful over the long term in organizing and positioning ourselves to accomplish more work with less people.This slide shows trends in our workload and how we leverage our resources to deliver to the Army and the Nation when the product is needed.The graph at the top left shows USACE is doing significantly more work with less full time employees.In order to meet our missions, we leverage our human resources through the use of private sector contractors.The lower right graph shows that nearly 100% of our construction work and over 65% of our planning and design work is performed by contractors. We view contractors as an integral part of our team.It is important to note that as our mission changes, so does our FTE needs. An example of this is the MILCON transformation and the extraordinary FY05-10 spike in our Military Program, and the continued execution of this program in FY11-13.In order to meet the Army’s need for critical cost and schedule targets in the MILCON program, additional resources are required at the USACE HQ and division offices. (The projected time and cost savings have already been integrated into projected facilities costs in the POM).Have asked for 33 additional FTE to perform programmatic oversight at cost of $7M/year.This is expected to reap a benefit of more than $5B over the program years.Coordinated through VCSA and have it programmed into FY09 and beyond.NEXT SLIDE: USACE ORGANIZATIONTransition: Next a brief look at how we are Mission/Task organized nationally and internationally.A-E Firms (5,000 employees)Perform over 65% of Planning& Design
6USACE Command Boundaries NorthAtlanticDivisionGreat Lakes &Ohio RiverDivisionSeattleWallaNewEnglandPortlandNorthwestern DivisionSt. PaulBuffaloDetroitNew YorkRockIslandChicagoPittsburghPhiladelphiaOmahaCincinnatiBaltimoreSacramentoHunting-tonSanFranciscoKansas CitySt.LouisNorfolkSouth Pacific DivisionLouisvilleLittleRockNashvilleWilmingtonLosAngelesTulsaSouthwesternDivisionMemphisAlbuquerqueAtlantaCharlestonVicks-burgSavannahTHEME: SLIDE SHOWS CONUS AND OCONUS LOCATIONS OF MSCs AND THEIR MILITARY DISTRICTS.MSC (Division) Boundaries are highlighted with subordinate Military Districts shown for each. Military boundaries follow state boundaries. While we have 9 Divisions, 8 - including the Transatlantic Division have a Military mission.USACE has Military Districts in both CONUS and OCONUS.CONUS Districts are in metropolitan areas, many along the coasts and in/around the nation’s major waterways to facilitate accomplishment of their Civil Works Missions.OCONUS Districts:Europe District (Germany)Far East District (Korea)Japan DistrictAnd 4 Provisional Districts (3 in IRAQ under GRD), and Afghanistan Engineer District.MSC alignment with Army Combatant Commands:Pacific Ocean Division (POD) > Alaska, Honolulu, Far East (ROK) and Japan Districts = PACCOM (Pacific Command)Southwestern (SWD) and Gulf Region (GRD) > CENTCOM (Central Command)North Atlantic (NAD) > Europe District = EUCOM (European Command)South Atlantic (SAD) > Mobile and Savannah Districts = SOUTHCOM (Southern Command)TRANSITION: We are a learning organization and have been focusing on transforming our Military Construction program.(SLIDE INPUT: MP, JUN-10)MobileJacksonvilleHonoluluDallasAlaskaFt. WorthNew OrleansSouth Atlantic DivisionPacific Ocean DivisionMississippiValley DivisionRelated Centers andOther Special Missions:Huntsville Engr & Support Center (Chemdemil)MED-Winchester - Africa, Bosnia, Mid-EastSt. Louis District - ArchaeologyPhiladelphia District - Brokered MILCONMobile District - Panama, Puerto Rico, etcTransatlantic Division – USACE Deployment CenterGalvestonLEGEND:Engineer CommandsDivisionsDistrict HQ locationDivision boundaryDistricts Outside the US:Europe (Germany)Far East (Korea)Japan4 Districts in TAD
7Baltimore District Missions Military SupportEmergency ManagementReal EstateEnvironmental ServicesInteragency ServicesRegulatoryCivil Works: Dredging of the harbor approach channels.Military Support: NGAEnvironmental Services: Munitions removal (Tobyhanna FUDS)Emergency Management: DEBRIS TEAMInteragency Services: Architect of the CapitalRegulatory: Cattails seen as permitted site undergoing a compliance check in PAOur Mission: The Baltimore District operates corporately to deliver innovative and effective solutions to our customers' engineering challenges in a manner consistent with our values and our principles of environmental stewardship.Civil Works
8Baltimore District Annual Expenditures Millions ($)
10Military Construction Replace Defense Distribution Center HeadquartersFt. Detrick Hazardous Material Storage BuildingFt. Belvoir Sensitive Compartmented InformationFacilityReplace U.S. Army Public Health Command Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving GroundNature of workDefense Distribution Center, Susquehanna, PA construction and replacement of HQ building totaling 265KGSF to accommodate 965 employeesHazardous Material Storage Building, Fort Detrick, MDIntelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), Ft Belvoir, VA Phase 3 of 4 that will construct an addition to include multi-story admin facilities and later renovation of the existing Nolan BuildingUS Army Public Health Command, Laboratory Replacement in Edgewood, MDTypes of work: Non complex, general administrative use and maintenance type facilitiesTrends: Scale of projects ie $ range < $50M; Preponderance of project delivery method remains Design Bid build; Workload Centers based on planned MILCON in the out years are shifting towards Carlisle, PA; Letterkenny Army Depot, PA, Defense Distribution Center, (aka New Cumberland Army Depot), PA.Percent of work for small businesses: Project work for small business ie projects w/ estimated values $50M to increaseMajor contracting mechanisms and/or changes in contracting mechanism use: DBB remains the predominant project delivery methodMD-specific information: Nominal number of MILCON Funded projects in FY14 at MD Military Installations (Ft Detrick; Ft Meade; Joint Base Andrews- Naval Air Facilities; Adelphi Laboratory Center)Long term horizon and fiscal climate impacts: Construction Program ie MILCON, SRM, IIS could be impacted pending congressional actions on appropriations and authorizations
11FY14 Regional Support Contracts North Atlantic Division A-E Master Planning ServicesProject Magnitude: Two (2) $10M ContractsProcurement: Brooks ActAdvertisement: 2nd QuarterProposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set AsideConstruction MATOC (Baltimore District )Project Magnitude: $49MProcurement Type: Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)Advertisement: 3rd or 4th Quarter FY14Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Set Aside for Small Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, 8(a) & HUBZoneNorth Atlantic Division Military Boundaries
13FY14 Nationwide Contracts Construction Phase Support ServicesMagnitude: ~$25MProcurement Type: IDIQAdvertisement: 2nd QuarterProposed Acquisition Strategy: TBDCommissioning Support A-EProject Magnitude: $25MAdvertisement: 1st QuarterProposed Acquisition Strategy: UnrestrictedSouth Campus Electrical Utilities Plant
14FY14 Nationwide Contracts Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC)Project Magnitude : $103MAdvertisement: 2nd QuarterProposed Acquisition Strategy: UnrestrictedTypical Task Order Values: $0-$10MUtah Data Center Earth WorkSATOC Requires TSFSCSingle Award Task Order ContractSingle Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) (2 Awards)Project Magnitude : 2 Contracts - $49M EachAdvertisement: 2nd QuarterProposed Acquisition Strategy: Small BusinessTypical Task Order Values: $0-$5M
15FY14 Nationwide Contracts Design-Build Construction (MATOC)Project Magnitude: $950MProcurement: Multiple Award Task Order ContractAdvertisement: 3rd - 4th Quarter FY14Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Two-Tiered (Unrestricted & Small Business)Task Order Values: $10M (Typical Value)Intelligence Community Campus - BethesdaMATOC
16Civil Works Trend: Stable Program, Emergency Funding Spikes Trends: relatively stable workload, there is a spike as a result of emergency supplemental work from SANDY but that spike mainly impacts the other NAD districts. Continuation in delayed receipt of FY project funding that push out projected contract action solicitationsHurricane Sandy Debris Removal Process
17FY14 Operations/Civil Works Construction Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)Project Magnitude: $20MAdvertisement: 3rd Quarter FY14Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business Set AsideBainbridge, N.Y. PL84-99 RepairsPublic Law Emergency Response Actions
18Environmental Services Former Frankford Arsenal RemediationW.R. Grace Building 23 RemediationSpring Valley Formerly Used Defense SiteSturgis DecommissioningFormer Frankford Arsenal on-going environmental remediation in Area I, which is under development by the current property owner for use as a shopping centerWR Grace, Curtis Bay, Building 23 (in Baltimore); upcoming FY15 work involves implementing the selected remedy for the Radioactive Waste Disposal AreaSpring Valley/4825 Glenbrook Road excavation inside the Engineering Control Structure in preparation for high probability excavationThe Sturgis is a floating nuclear barge that USACE is in the process of decommissioning; work is in the final phaseTypes of work:Full range of environmental cleanup work, with a focus on reducing risk and protecting human health and the environmentHazardous, Toxic, & Radiological Waste, Military Munitions, Environmental QualityInvestigations, Studies, Remedial & Removal Actions, Long Term MonitoringAs a design center for HTRW and Military Munitions, we work throughout the Northeast and across the countryFY13 accomplishments:Baltimore managed approximately $92 M in obligations in FY13Highlights include: Spring Valley, Frankford Arsenal, Air National Guard, NDNODS, Tobyhanna, Fort Indiantown Gap, West Point, Fort Drum, tech support to Philadelphia District on DuPont FUSRAPTrends in FY14:Significant uptick in Defense Nuclear Power Plant Program (Sturgis)Fewer new starts in Military Munitions work in favor of emphasis on HTRW closeouts (until ~2021 or so)FUDS program down slightly from FY13Support to installations strong and stablePercent of work for small businesses: ~35%Major contracting mechanisms and/or changes in contracting mechanism use:Almost 100% of work is executed through task order awards on MATOCs (AE contracts and Environmental Service contract)MAMMS contract expiring Dec 2013, Huntsville WERS contract will serve as bridge until a new MAMMS is in place in FY15.Two new MATOCs currently in acquisition planning: MAMMS replacement, and a Multiple Award Radiological Transport and Disposal ContractMD-specific information: Ongoing work planned in Maryland in FY14 at Fort Meade, Fort Detrick, Aberdeen Proving Ground, W.R. GraceLong term horizon and fiscal climate impacts: Environmental Programs are relatively stable to declining slightly
19FY14 Radiological Transport & Disposal Continental U.S. Multiple Award Radiological Transport & Disposal (MARTADS)Project Magnitude: $100M-$250MAdvertisement: 2nd Quarter FY14Proposed Acquisition Strategy: TBDTask Order Values: ~$2M-$10MColonie FUSRAP Site, New York
20Multiple Award Military Munitions Services Continental U.S. Multiple Award Military Munitions Services, II (MAMMS, II)Project Magnitude: $100M-$250MAdvertise: 3rd Quarter (FY14)Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted & Small BusinessTask Order Values: $2M-$3MTobyhanna, P.A. Field Investigation
21We Support Small Business Small Businesses play key roles in Baltimore DistrictPlanting Oyster BarsFlood Risk Reduction ProjectsEnvironmental Restoration ProjectsThe 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.USACE embraces aggressive Small Business (SB) goals. In FY 2013, our goal was 41.5% and we achieved 42.7%.No matter the project, small businesses are a key ingredient in our ability to accomplish the important civil and military constructions missions. We’re about offering a level playing field so that all business can offer their expertise and talent towards delivering important projects to our Nation that will have enormous impacts.Here in Baltimore, the District has set aside more thanDC Local Flood Protection Project
22Small Business Accomplishments FY 13 (As of 7 October 2013 )CategoryDollarsActual % / Statutory Goal / NAB GoalUSACE NAD GoalSmall Business$183,568,41429.21%% / 23% / 23%43.3%Small Disadvantaged$126,328,26320.10% / 5% / 10%18%8(a)$42,056,552No specific goal for 8(a) - 8(a) included in SDB accomplishmentsWomen-Owned$76,322,86512.14% / 5% / 6%7%Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned$15,256,1082.43% / 3% / 3%4%HUBZone$4,269,480.68% / 3% / 3%11%Total Dollars Obligated: $628,504,587*Current ( as of 7 Oct 2013 )Key:Green- Met both the statutory and USACE NAB SB goalRed- Didn’t meet the statutory or USACE NAB SB goalNeed to update if possibleGreen - Met both the statutory and USACE NAB SB goalAmber - Met the statutory goal, but didn’t meet the USACE NAB SB goalRed - Didn’t meet the statutory or USACE NAB SB goal
23How to do business with us Register in the ‘System for Award Management’ database atFind our projects on FedBizOpps atRespond to the solicitationRead, understand and comply with all requirementsWrite a strong proposalGrow your capabilitiesTeam with experienced firms to share knowledgeCreate effective Prime/Sub and Joint Venture TeamsRequest a debriefing at the end of the acquisitionUnderstand and comply with bonding requirements for construction contractsHow small/new businesses can follow the green line to successfully doing business-Register in the System for Award Management database – its mandatory for all contractors doing business with the Federal GovernmentAll projects are advertised on the Fed Biz Opps website (FBO). The site allows for searches by agency, type of work, and other criteria. Firms can register as interested parties for each solicitation to receive notices of any changes in the announcement, issuance of solicitation and amendments, and to increase teaming and subcontracting opportunities. Filter our DoDAAC W912DR to easily locate Baltimore District work.Solicitations are issued electronically through FBO. Carefully read the solicitation requirements and respond appropriately. Ask questions if the requirements are unclear. We use both Sealed Bidding and Request for Proposals, understand the differences and how they work.-teaming, joint-ventures-bonding-building capabilities: start small and work your way up.-writing strong proposals: Work with an experienced firm to gain knowledge. Begin as a subcontractor or work with a large business in a mentor/protégé arrangement. Follow directions and provide the information requested in the format requested. Answer the mail on evaluation factors. Be honest with yourselves, do you really have what we are asking for? How can you demonstrate it? Be patient, this process is not easy or fast for us or for you.- Learn from your experience. Ask for a debriefing and come prepared to accept our feedback in the interest of improving your next submission.
24Stay in Touch http://about.me/usace.baltimore Col. Trey Jordan Baltimore District CommanderTamika GrayDeputy for Small BusinessMike RogersEnvironmental & Munitions Design CenterFrank Benvenga Military ProgramsChris NoltaCivil ProgramsRandy WinemillerReal Property Services Field OfficeHow small/new businesses can follow the green line to successfully doing business-Register in the System for Award Management database – its mandatory for all contractors doing business with the Federal GovernmentAll projects are advertised on the Fed Biz Opps website (FBO). The site allows for searches by agency, type of work, and other criteria. Firms can register as interested parties for each solicitation to receive notices of any changes in the announcement, issuance of solicitation and amendments, and to increase teaming and subcontracting opportunities. Fiter our DoDAAC W912DR to easily locate Baltimore District work.Solicitations are issued electronically through FBO. Carefully read the solicitation requirements and respond appropriately. Ask questions if the requirements are unclear. We use both Sealed Bidding and Request for Proposals, understand the differences and how they work.-teaming, joint-ventures-bonding-building capabilities: start small and work your way up.-writing strong proposals: Work with an experienced firm to gain knowledge. Begin as a subcontractor or work with a large business in a mentor/protégé arrangement. Follow directions and provide the information requested in the format requested. Answer the mail on evaluation factors. Be honest with yourselves, do you really have what we are asking for? How can you demonstrate it? Be patient, this process is not easy or fast for us or for you.- Learn from your experience. Ask for a debriefing and come prepared to accept our feedback in the interest of improving your next submission.
26Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts Architect / EngineerPlanned # of AwardsAcquisitionCapacity ($000’s)AwardMilitary Multidisciplinary2Unrestricted100,000FY15/2Military Master PlanningSmall Business20,000FY14/2WA Multidisciplinary410,000FY14/1RSFO MultidisciplinaryFY13/4RSFO Commissioning125,000Value Engineering9,000Total13234,000Environmental ServicePlanned # of AwardsAcquisitionCapacity ($000’s)AwardMilitary Munitions re-compete5Small Business80,000FY15/14Unrestricted160,000MARTADS3TBD225,000FY14/3Total12465,000MARTADS - Multiple Award Radiological Transport & DisposalMAMMS -
27Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts ConstructionPlanned # of AwardsSizeCapacity ($000’s)AwardDB Construction Civil Works4Small Business20,000FY14/3DB Construction NAB-wideUp to 98(a)/HZ/SDVOB49,000DB Construction NAB/RSFOCONUS/OCONUS5~5 Unrestricted~5 Small Business950,000FY14/4Sole Source SATOC8(a)16,000FY14/2Competitive SATOC RSFO1Unrestricted103,000HZSDVTotal211,236,000ServicesPlanned # of AwardsSizeCapacity ($000’s)AwardRSFO Construction Phase Support Services (CPSS)1TBD25,000FY14/3WA PumpsUnrestricted6,500FY14/1Total231,500
29Discussion TopicsCompare 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 OrderHow should price be evaluated in making awards?Best-value vs. LPTA (Omaha Contract)“…Intends to do…”