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1 Title of Presentation Name of Presenter Installation Status Reporting & ARNG Energy Conservation Management COL Bill Aldridge CFMO-Louisiana

2 What is ISR? It is a decision support tool that rates installation assets and functions against Army-wide standards developed by HQDA functional proponents IAW Army regulations, policy and guidance –ISR Infrastructure evaluates installation facility condition and adequacy. Identifies improvement costs used to quantify Army backlog costs (renovate facilities to Army standard –ISR Services determines the quality and reports cost of Base Support functions and is the base for the development of Base Operations Support requirements –ISR Natural Infrastructure – on hold for FY12

3 ISR Infrastructure Facility Inspections - Cost effective compared to engineer estimate –4 ½ cents sq ft vs. 18 cents sq ft ARNG-ILI Intent is to compare ISR-I ratings against Armory Study to validate ISR ratings

4 Data Collection It’s an Army requirement It provides management information –What services aren’t being provided adequately? –How efficiently you are providing services? –Reports CFMO manpower It is one of many inputs used in generating BOS requirements –Past execution is used in the POM process to assist in validating requirements

5 ISR and BRM 201020122011 201320142015POM 16-20 Three years’ obligation and service levels used to develop BRM predictive analysis BRM used by Program Managers to help justify Requirements Budget years developed by Program Managers POM 16-20 Started POM 16-20 Finished Locked In Only congress can make adjustments to funding once POM is submitted 2010 execution data not available when programming begins

6 Execution Review 060708091011121314151617 12 Years Unliquidated Obligations & Historical Execution Budget Years (Execute) Program Budget Review (PBR) 07080910111213141516171819 13 Years Unliquidated Obligations & Historical Execution Budget Years (Execute) Program Objective Memorandum (POM) What you did in FY11:  Impacts programming in FY15  Models the dollars for POM 16-20  Impacts until 2020

7 ISR Services 4 Types of data collected – Cost determiners – Rate performance against Army Standards – Determine customer satisfaction – Reporting/gathering Information 71 of 105 Services assist in generating Base Operations Support (BOS) Requirements

8 Installation Services Framework (Current) 71 of the 105 current Installation Services are BOS Services

9 Impacts on ISR Services Data ISR data accuracy –Execution, Real Property, Assessments ISR is manpower intensive activity –Turnover, vacancies Resource community –Yearend execution focus Bottom line balance vs. ISR Service detail –Parking of funds Requirements Model (BRM) –Reimbursements don’t count, Low requirements, High UFRs –Master Cooperative Agreements‘ not understood by Army –Negative execution must be corrected in ISR (Total Level) GFEBS and ISR –Guidance not available in FY2011 –Instructions for FY2012 being drafted –BRM uses 5-8 AMSCO detail level for requirements Full Time Equivalents (FTEs)

10 ARNG Execution Issues QLOG Execution above critical will not always result in increased requirements; execution below funded level will always result in a lower requirement Reduced funding will ultimately lead to a reduced requirement; model-driven “death spiral” ARNG must internally fund BOS services to its own acceptable level of risk to prevent further requirement cuts

11 Why is ISR-S/SBC Important? State AMSCOAFPALLOTCOMMIT QTD COMMIT OBLIG OBLIG+ COMMIT XX-05073 131G7930$0 $3,000 131G7920$0 $2,000 131G7942$0 $130,000 131G7944$0 $56,000 131G79$0 $674,916 Other131G7930$0 $1,245,680 131G7920$0 $10,694 131G79$0 $18,386 $1,271,400 FY2010 Example of Parking Money Correct Distribution of Money

12 GFEBS vs PBAS Functional Area field only displays 6 digits of the AMSCO (vice legacy system AMSCO contained 11 digits) GFEBS Point Account Guidance Memo 6 Feb Provides guidance on reporting ISR & Point Acct. Data for Base Support Services (SAG 131/132)

13 ACSIM Point Acct Guidance (1 of 2) Way Ahead Attribute 1 & 2 data top load is in progress ARNG guidance will include a master list of Base Support Services that will require the use of Internal Orders and WBS transaction data to capture legacy AMSCOs (“Point Acct” data)and requisite ISR services ARNG specific guidance will be issued once data top load is complete; including information on reconciliation with what’s been done historically

14 ACSIM Point Acct Guidance (2 of 2) Way Ahead A unique GFEBS code will represent each possible combination of Functional Area, legacy AMSCO, & ISR service number Legacy “Youth Services” ISR: 252 MDEP: QCYS AMSCO: 131G1731000 GFEBS “Youth Services” ISR: 252 Internal Order: 80030773 Functional Area: 131G17QCYS Attribute #1: A1731000 Attribute #2: 252 Pre- filled

15 Example of IO Services List Order #DescriptionAttribute1Attribute2Old AMSCO 80030578402 CUSTODIAL SERVICESA79E0000402131G79E0 80030579403 SOLID WASTE OPERATIONSA79G0000403131G79G0 80030580404 IMPROVED GROUNDS MAINTENANCEA79D1000404131G79D1 80030583408 PAVEMENT CLEARANCEA79V0000408131G79V0 80030585409 MODERNIZATION ACTIVE FACILITIESA76L5000409132G76L5 80030588409 RESTORATION ACTIVE FACILITIESA76L1000409132G76L1

16 FY11 Budget Guidance – Risk Level Example Need to capture ‘invisible’ force (Full Time Equivalents) that support the services without additional resources and articulate those efforts in order to defend or justify accepted level of risk – why services are reported with no dollars. I. Installation Command and Management, MDEP QNMG (SAG ): This MDEP is unique and recently challenged. In FY10 the MDEP started capturing requirements for 14 services versus historically only Safety. QNMG is now a combination/blend of many programs, all are captured within ISR; Admin Services (113), Admin & Civil Law (102), Criminal Law (103), Client Services (104), Claims (105), Religious Support (106), Public Affairs (107), Inspector General Services (108), Protocol Services (101), Installation Management (100), EEO/EO (109/110), Internal Review (111), and Installation Safety and Occupational Health (112). c. Funds received in Administrative Services will be executed in 131G34Y00. Available funding should be used only to support the Management of information fro creation to final disposition according to federal laws and Army record keeping requirements. Funds may be used to provide or obtain forms, official publications, instructional materials, and printing services. Additionally, funds may be used to support formal files/records management programs, archive official records, ( hard copy or electronic). And operate installation mail and record/document distribution centers. Funds shall not be used for overseas community mail services, electronic office equipment.

17 Data Feed Into Army Requirements Models DRRS-A (Defense Readiness Reporting System – Army) POM process – ISR Services data forms base requirements for most SAG131 MDEPS – Past execution impacts future requirements – Inaccurate data hinders the modeling process

18 ISR Web Applications Implementing Instructions Army Regulation 210-14, 30 Apr 07 Updates & FAQs ISR State Program Managers ARNGISRHelpdesk@ng.army.mil ISR Assistance http://isr.hqda.pentagon.mil

19 – CPT Brent Adams, (703) 607-7914 ARNG ISR Program Manager Email – brent.s.adams@us.army.milbrent.s.adams@us.army.mil – Mr. Michael Tompkins (703) 607-7198 ISR Senior Analyst Email – michael.tompkins@us.army.milmichael.tompkins@us.army.mil – Mr. Jesse Johnson, (703) 607-7917 ISR-Infrastructure Analyst Email – jesshond.b.johnson@us.army.miljesshond.b.johnson@us.army.mil – Mr. John Love, (703) 601-7648 ISR-Infrastructure Analyst Email – john.b.love2@us.army.miljohn.b.love2@us.army.mil – Ms. Mary Palmer (703) 607-3948 ISR-Services Analyst Email – mary.palmer@us.army.milmary.palmer@us.army.mil ARNG ISR Team

20 – Mr Robert Sapp, (703) 607-7511 ARNG Comptroller Division Email – robert.sapp@us.army.milrobert.sapp@us.army.mil – CPT Jennifer Barnhill (703) 607-7682 ARNG Comptroller Division Email – jennifer.barnhill@us.army.miljennifer.barnhill@us.army.mil ARNG Comptroller POCs

21 Questions?

22 ARNG Energy Conservation Management

23 Agenda Laws and regs that apply to the ARNG What is the EM responsible for to NGB? What’s new in the reporting arena? What funding is available for projects? The project process What kind of projects you should be looking at Targets and goals

24 Energy Laws and Regs That Apply to the National Guard AR 420-1, Chapter 22 EPAct 2005 Executive Order 13423 Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 Army Energy and Water Campaign Plan Army Energy Security Implementation Strategy Executive Order 13514 Sustainable Design and Development Policy

25 What Is the EM Actually Responsible For? Monthly Utilities Data Entry average of states is approximately 500 invoices every month AEWRS reporting– monthly, quarterly, annually ISR – quarterly report – should basically match AEWRS Projects – experienced energy managers Energy Audits of Facilities – could spend 70% of time in travel status in order to accomplish this, unless contracted out SNaP report due in July, sustainable buildings report due in December

26 What’s New In the Reporting Arena? New requirement to separate out cost and use at the individual building level New section in AEWRS regarding power outages briefed this morning Weather data is also added to AEWRS

27 What Funding is Available For Projects ECIP – Energy Conservation Investment Program ESPC – Energy Savings Performance Contract UESC – Utility Energy Service Contract PPA – Power Purchase Agreement EUL – Enhanced Use Lease SRM – Sustainment, Restoration, Modernization End of year money, sometimes available at the national level, is usually available at the state level

28 The Project Process 1. Establish the baseline for your building using UM Pro 2. Perform an energy audit on the building to identify potential projects 3. Perform the life cycle cost analysis for the identified potential projects to determine which ones are valid -10 year payback or less for any project except renewable projects which require a 20 year or less payback 4. Enter projects into PRIDE, so they can be used for FYDP requirement building

29 What Kind of Projects Should You Be Looking At? Number 1: Any project that reduces energy use should always be looked at first Don’t come asking for project money for renewable projects if you haven’t done your lighting and HVAC upgrades first, at the very least

30 Targets and Goals For 2012, the EUI reduction target is 21%, with 30% the goal by 2015 Roughly half of the state energy databases need to be brought to “green” by bringing them up to this year’s requirements (individual tracking of every building) AEWRS energy manager data entry sections need to be completed accurately, you don’t have to wait until the annual data call to start on this ISR and DFAS 218 data needs to be synched with UM Pro data so costs can be verified and thus accurate funding justified – currently 3 year average of prior year obligated funding is used EMs needs to become CEM certified in order to meet goal of AESIS – 131G79.A1 funds wages, benefits, and training

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