Presentation on theme: "Society of American Military Engineers Kentuckiana Post Industry Day"— Presentation transcript:
1Society of American Military Engineers Kentuckiana Post Industry Day Jacque GeeDeputy for Small BusinessLouisville District04 February 2015he purpose of this briefing is to generate discussion on the validity of budgeting by systemsOutlineAgendaUpdate on appropriationsForecast of future appropriationsIntroduce idea of systems view of appropriationsUS Army Corps of EngineersBUILDING STRONG®
2Colonel Christopher Beck Commander and District Engineer Jacque GeeDeputy for Small BusinessTelephone: (502)Colonel Christopher BeckCommander and District EngineerLieutenant Colonel Edward AllenDeputy Commander
3#9 USACE Office in dollars obligated to SDVOSB - $38M FY14 AccomplishmentsOver 3,000 contractual actions - $843M in obligationsSmall Business Target 23% - FY14 Actual 46.76%Small Disadvantaged Business Target 5% - FY14 Actual 31.07%Women-Owned Small Business Target 5% - FY14 Actual 3.94%Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Target 3% - FY14 Actual 4.60%HUBZone Business Target 3% - FY15 Actual 7.41%#9 USACE Office in dollars obligated to SDVOSB - $38M
4New Authority to Increase Opportunities for Women-Owned Small Businesses President Obama Signs Into Law New Authority to Increase Opportunities for Women Owned Small BusinessesRelease Date: Friday, December 19, 2014Release Number: 14-72Contact: Miguel Ayala (202)Internet Address:WASHINGTON – Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Maria Contreras-Sweet, applauded the signing intolaw of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year President Obama’s signature on the NDAA is acritical move that will now allow women-owned small businesses to earn their fair share of the federal marketplace and gaineconomic opportunities. Section 825 of the NDAA authorizes federal agencies to award sole-source contracts to women-ownedsmall businesses eligible for the Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contract Program, giving women the same levelof access to the federal contracting marketplace as other disadvantaged groups.Pending Implementing Guidance from the Small Business Administration and Defense Acquisition Regulations Council.
5FY15 Small Business Targets Small Disadvantaged Business: 5%Women-Owned Small Business: 5%Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business: 3%HUBZone Business: 3%
6Louisville District Top 5 North American Industry Classification System Codes (NAICS) in FY14 – Commercial & Institutional Building Construction ($520M – 61%)– Other Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction ($185M – 21%)– Engineering Services ($38M – 4%)– Remediation Services ($26M – 3%)– Roofing Contractors ($21M – 2%)
7Subcontracting Subcontracting Plan $1.5 Million for Construction Contracts$650K for all other ContractsLarge Business Primes are required to submit a Subcontracting Plan.Must be approved by the Contracting Officer prior to award.Small Business Participation ProposalLarge and Small Business Primes are required to submit a Small Business Participation Proposal on unrestricted best value/trade off acquisitions.This is a rated factor.Subcontract with Existing Contract HoldersContact current contract holders.Lists of Prime Construction and IDIQ contract holders are maintained on the Small Business page of the District’s
8OpportunitiesContracting opportunities are posted in the Federal Business Opportunity (FBO) Use “W912QR” to search for Louisville District projects.Actively Respond to Sources Sought Notices (Market Surveys) posted in FBO.Actively Respond to Competitive Requirements posted in FBO (Limited number of sole source opportunities.)Construction & IDIQ Forecasts are maintained on the Small Business page of the District’s
9Louisville District IDIQ Forecast Description # of Contracts Duration Anticipated $ Value Anticipated Issue DateEnvironmental AE (Unrestricted) up to 4 5 yrs $9M each See FBOIndependent Expert Peer Review up to 3 5 yrs $9M each 2nd Qtr – FY15(Unrestricted)Independent Expert Peer Review 1 5 yrs $5M 2nd Qtr – FY15(Small Business Set-Aside)Dredging (Unrestricted) 1 3 yrs $21M 3rd Qtr – FY15Environmental Restoration Services up to 7 10 yrs $150M 1st Qtr - FY16Environmental Restoration Services up to 7 10 yrs $200M 1st Qtr - FY16Various solicitations for services including Mowing & Maintenance, Janitorial, Herbicide, etc…are currently being advertised. These requirements cover specific lake locations and vary in dollar value and duration. Please visit FBO routinely to view these upcoming opportunities.
10FY15 Construction Opportunities Dollar Value AnticipatedProject Description & Location Range Issue DateJoint Regional Deployment Phase March AFB, CA $10M-$25M See FBOFuel Distribution Selfridge ANGB, MI $25M-$100M See FBOSystem Integration Maintenance Ft. Campbell, KY $10M-$25M See FBOInvestigative Drilling & Rough River Dam, KY $10M-$25M See FBOAdd/Alt Foreign Materiel Exploitation WPAFB, OH $25M-$100M Mar 2015FFR of Army Reserve Council Bluff, IA $5M-$10M Mar 2015FFR of Army Reserve Ashley, PA $10M-$25M Mar 2015FFR of Army Reserve Ft. Totten, NY $10M-$25M Mar 2015Wing Hqtrs Bldg Westover, MA $5M-$10M Mar 2015New Family Housing Rock Island Arsenal, IL $10M-$25M Apr 2015Group Special Troops Battalion Ft. Campbell, KY $25M-$100M Apr 2015Taxiway C East WPAFB, OH $5M-$10M Apr 2015Renovation of Fire & Emergency Ft. Buchanan, PR $10M-$25M Apr 2015FFR of Army Reserve Little Rock, AR $10M-$25M May 2015Army Reserve Fresno, CA $10M-$25M Jun 2015Parking Apron Seymour Johnson AFB, NC $5M-$10M Jul 2015Entry Control Homestead ARB, FL $5M-$10M Jul 2015Access Control Point/Mail/Freight Ft. McCoy, WI $10M-$25M Jul 2015Army Reserve Mattydale, NY $10M-$25M Sep 2015For a complete listing of our Construction & IDIQ Forecasts, please visit.
11Obtain Information Attend Workshops, Conferences, Trade Fairs Visit Agency WebsitesAttend Site Visits & Pre-Proposal Conferences (Obtain copies of attendee listings for subcontracting opportunities.)Request Debriefings/Feedback
12Tips for Doing Business Understand the structure and mission of your targeted agency.Monitor FBO website on a regular basis. Use keyword searches for targeted agencies.Read solicitation packages carefully to ensure you understand the requirements, terms and conditions. Refer to the solicitation for the proper procedure for contacting the agency representative and/or submitting questions.Provide your best price/proposal the 1st time.
13Upcoming Outreach Events Great Lakes & Ohio River Division Wednesday, March 11, 2015 – Small Business Forum – Back to Business (Nashville District), Nashville, TN * (http://www.lrn.usace.army.mil)Thursday, April 2, 2015 – Dynamic Networking for Small Business (DYNET) South (Pittsburgh District), Fairmont, WV *(http://www.dynetworking.com)Tuesday & Wednesday, May 12-13, 2015 – Huntington Small Business Conference (Huntington District), Huntington, WV *(http://www.lrh.usace.army.mil)Wednesday, June 18, 2015 –Dynamic Networking for Small Business (DYNET) North (Buffalo District), Erie, PA * (http://www.dynetworking.com)*Pending Conference Approval
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