Presentation on theme: "NVA Business Center Feb 24th, 2014"— Presentation transcript:
1MCSC OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (OSBP) SMALL BUSINESS TRAINING UPDATE NVA Business CenterFeb 24th, 2014Dave Dawson, Associate Director, MCSC OSBPAustin (AJ) Johnson, Deputy Director, MCSC OSBPMCSC awarded the 2006 DoN Secretary’s Cup for its small business achievement in FY 06MCSC awarded the 2008 DoN Secretary’s Cup for its small business achievement in FY 0812 DECEMBER 2013
2Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC): Mission We’re the Commandant of the Marine Corps’ agents for acquisition and sustainment.We provide competency resources, policies and processes to PEOs and Program Management Offices.We field systems and equipment used by the Marine Corps and joint operating forces to accomplish their Warfighting mission.We manage the life cycle of MCSC acquired systems and equipment.We will equip and sustain the Nation’s expeditionary“Force of Choice.”
3Program Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS): MISSIONProgram Executive Officer Land Systems (PEO LS):PEO LS reports directly to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research Development and Acquisition ASN (RDA).PEO LS meets the Warfighter's needs by devoting full-time attention to Major Marine Corps Weapon Systems acquisition, while partnering with Marine Corps Systems Command, in order to develop, deliver, and provide life-cycle planning for assigned programs.PEO LS’ integral relationship with Marine Corps Systems Command leverages infrastructure, competencies and technical authority.
4“BETTER BUYING POWER” Dr. Ashton B. Carter Drive productivity growth through Will Cost/Should cost ManagementIncrease small business participation in providing servicesReinvigorate industry’s independent research and development and protect the defense technology base.Increase dynamic small business role in defense market place competition
5-Stimulate Innovation -Use Small business to meet Federal needs SBIR & STTR PROGRAMSSBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) and /STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer) are congressionally mandated programs designed to:-Stimulate Innovation-Use Small business to meet Federal needs-Encourage participation of socially & economically disadvantage businesses-Encourage commercial use technology developed under this programSBIR/STTR Process-Up to 3 Calls for Solicitations per year-MCSC and PEO funding for this program is about $16M per year-Solicitations are posted on
6Small Business Category Navy Target Percentage FY 2013 TargetsMCSC Small Business Percentage Targets for FY 2013MCSC PEO LS Small Business Goal $900MSmall Business CategoryFY 2012Navy Target PercentageFY 2013 Navy TargetPercentageSmall Business15.75%18.00%SDB5.00%5.50%VOSB *0.00%SDVOSB0.75%2.00%WOSB2.10%2.15%HUBZone2.05%2.30%* The Command does not have a specific target for VOSB.
7Small Business Category FY 13 Target FY 13 Achievement % Difference MCSC & PEO LS Exceeded all of its Small BusinessTargets for FY 2013Small Business CategoryFY 13 TargetFY 13 Achievement% DifferenceSmall Business18.00%29.93%+11.93%SDB5.50%14.81%+9.31%VOSB0.00%5.49%+5.49%SDVOSB2.00%3.68%+1.68%WOSB2.15%4.00%+1.85%HUBZone2.30%2.97%+0.67%We have been recognized by the Dept of the Navy for our small business achievements in FY06 and FY08.
8Small Business Category FY 2013 AchievementTotal Small Business Eligible Actions FY ,153Total Small Business Eligible Dollars FY13 - $2,370,512,016Small Business CategoryActionsDollarsFY 13 TargetFY 13 AchievementSmall Business2,146$709,508,80918.00%29.93%SDB704$351,083,2605.50%14.81%VOSB *462$130,028,4970.00%5.49%SDVOSB267$87,214,6362.00%3.68%WOSB327$94,917,5682.15%4.00%HUBZone208$70,333,7912.30%2.97%* Numbers rounded up to nearest whole dollar above $0.50, as appropriate
9Doing Business With MCSC and PEO LS Register with FEDBIZOPPS for all NAICS Codes that are applicable to your company so that you will receive automatic messages of procurement opportunities posted by MCSC: https://www.fbo.gov/Contact PEO LS and MCSC Program Managers from the Program Management Offices (PMOs) through MCSC Small Business Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)Learn more about the Acquisition Center for Support Services (ACSS), the Command’s utilization of SeaPort-e and the Command’s
10Technology Opportunities with MCSC and PEO LS Participate in Modern Day Marine (MDM), Advanced Planning Briefing to Industry (APBI), Marine South (Camp Lejeune) and Marine West (Camp Pendleton), and Industry DaysPropose New Technologies and Ideas through Unsolicited Proposals (FAR 2.101) by Contacting MCSC’s Contracting Business Operations – Mr. Will HinesPursue Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR/STTR) Opportunities
11Technology Opportunities with MCSC and PEO LS Learn More About USMC Science and Technology NeedsOffice of Naval ResearchUSMC Strategic PlanMCSC and PEO Science and Technology OfficeContact Science & Technology Transition Office, Lou Carl )
12Recommendations for Success Recommended Contract Vehicles SeaPort-eGSA Schedule ContractsGSA Stars II Schedule ContractsSmall Business set asides outside of SeaPort-eAll Other GWAC / DWAC Contract Vehicles that we can utilize
13Navy SeaPort & MCSC 2010-2012 Small Business (SB) Award% Comparison ACSS (MCSC) SB %DELIVERYProvide the students with a 15 minute break.State:This is a good stopping point for us to take a break.Ask:Does anyone have any questions before we adjourn?Address any questions from the group.If there are no questions, let’s take 10 minutes.Navy SeaPort SB %Significant Increase in Small Business Opportunities as a result of change from CEOss to SeaPort-e
14TO CONTRACT FOR SUPPLIES/SERVICES. Estimated Solicitation Period 2014 ACQUISITION FORECASTTHIS IS A FORECAST OF ESTIMATED SOLICITATION PERIODS WHICH DOES NOT COMMITTHE GOVERNMENT TO PAY ANY COSTS INCURRED IN PREPARATION OF ANY SUBMISSION ORTO CONTRACT FOR SUPPLIES/SERVICES.ACSS Forecasting11-Dec-13TitlePdM/OfficeCategoryEstimated Solicitation PeriodLarge or Small1Ammo Quality Control and Acquisition Support RecompeteAMMOLogisticsBetween Oct 2013 and Jan 20142PM EPS T&E SupportCSS - PMEPSEngineering Program Support3PDM Optics/PDM Non-LethalOptics/Non-LethalVarious Program Support4AC2SN PMO SupportPEO LSProgram Support5GCSS Program SupportPEO EISBetween Feb and May 20146PdM ERS IA SupportISI7R2C MPT supportR2Cmanpower training support8Albany On-Site LogisticsMC3IBetween Dec 13 and Mar 20149CLB and SCMC SupportCMO10PM IPIP11Acquisition Support for PdM ESPM CSSBetween Dec and March 201412Escalation of ForcesCD&IBetween Dec13 and March 2014DELIVERYProvide the students with a 15 minute break.State:This is a good stopping point for us to take a break.Ask:Does anyone have any questions before we adjourn?Address any questions from the group.If there are no questions, let’s take 10 minutes.
15Recommendations for Success Study your potential customers (i.e., market research)Engage Small Business Specialists (SBS) as your allies, not your adversariesMeasure yourself against your peers; consider teamingPerform, Perform, Perform. Outstanding Performance is the key to success. Don’t make excuses.Evaluate the marketRespond in a timely mannerFocus on your capabilities and technical solutions, not your small business size statusInvest in yourself; obtain professional certifications, training, acquisition training, etc.SEMPER FI!
16United States Marine Corps Marine Corps Systems Command PM ACSSPaul OrtizPM ACSSUnited States Marine CorpsMarine Corps Systems Command(703) Office
17United States Marine Corps Marine Corps Systems Command Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)David (Dave) J. DawsonAssociate Director for Small Business ProgramsUnited States Marine CorpsMarine Corps Systems Command(703) Office
18Deputy for Small Business Programs United States Marine Corps Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)Austin (AJ) JohnsonDeputy for Small Business ProgramsUnited States Marine CorpsMarine Corps Systems Command(703) Office
19it is our state of mind. It drives the way we organize our forces, Questions“ To a Marine, the term ‘ Expeditionary’ is more than a slogan;it is our state of mind. It drives the way we organize our forces,how we train, and what kind of equipment we buy.”- Gen. Amos, Commandant’s Planning Guidance 201019