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1 Annual Membership and Board of Directors October 19, 2007

2 National Anthem John Bellamy

3 Welcome and Introductions Paul Dordal, Brig General, USAF (ret) Executive Director

4 Agenda National Anthem: John Bellamy Welcome/Introductions/Agenda: Paul Dordal, Executive Director Remarks: Tim McNeill, Chairman BRAC RTF Overview of BRAC RTF Programs, Economic Transformation, All American Center for Workforce Innovation Demonstration: Paul Dordal, Executive Director Congressman Robin Hayes, 8 th District Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training Administration, Emily DeRocco, U.S. Department of Labor Congressman Bob Etheridge, 2nd District Garrison Commander, Colonel David Fox 4

5 Agenda Regional Planning update: Wayne Freeman, CEO Training and Development Associates (TDA) Deputy Director David Larson, DOD/Office of Economic Adjustment NC Assistant Secretary for Natural Resources Manley Wilder Break/Media Event BRAC RTF Board of Directors: Business Meeting Buffet Lunch U.S. Department of Labor Workshop Sessions: 1:00 to 3:30 pm Mobile JobLink Center in the parking lot from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Eon Reality/Navigator 3D Demonstrations throughout the day 5

6 Luncheon and refreshments sponsored by: BB&T: Mr. William Brooks, Regional President NAVIGATOR DEVELOPMENT GROUP: Mr. Tim Wrhyne, Vice President, Future Operations and Logistics Support TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES: Mr. Wayne Freeman, President ERISS CORPORATION: Ms. Barbara Nyegaard, CEO CORPORATION FOR A SKILLED WORKFORCE: Mr. John Metcalf, Senior Partner

7 Chairman of the BRAC RTF Tim McNeill

8 BRAC RTF VISION Develop long term Regional Planning to improve quality of life and ensure planned growth Establish Community partnership with Ft. Bragg for long term sustainability and support Transform the Workforce to meet the needs of Ft. Bragg and emerging industries Transform the Regional Economy based on the growth at Ft. Bragg as the catalyst to attract defense related companies and new growth 8

9 BRAC Regional Task Force Purpose and Scope Purpose: Unify the community planning effort by coordinating the requirements and shortfalls for the counties and municipalities affected by BRAC actions at Ft. Bragg and Pope AFB. Scope: Serve as the liaison between the military; the communities in the organization; state agencies associated with these requirements; and federal agencies designated to provide community assistance for BRAC. 9

10 BRAC RTF Eleven Member Counties 10 ROBESON BLADEN CUMBERLAND SAMPSON MONTGOMERY MOORE LEE HARNETT SCOTLAND RICHMOND FT. BRAGG HOKE SAMPSON BLADEN MONTGOMERY HOKE LEE MOORE HARNETT CUMBERLAND SCOTLAND ROBESON RICHMOND Fort Bragg Legend: 7 Tier 1 counties 4 Tier 2 counties

11 BRAC RTF Support Extensive program growth in the past 15 months Significant Investment in RTF programs for this region: DOD/Office of Economic Adjustment: $1.9 million U.S. Department of Labor: $5 million State: $265,000 Counties: $345,000 Total: $7.5 million Potential to create a thriving defense industry cluster and get this region state and national attention! 11

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13 BRAC RTF Programs 13 Economic Transformation Purpose: Emphasize and promote the strengths inherent to a defense industry sector in North Carolina. Goal: Create a Defense Industry Cluster in this region Funding Sources: $5.0M DOL Grant and State and County Marketing Funds Workforce Transformation Purpose: Develop innovative education and workforce training programs to meet requirements of emerging defense industry clusters. Create the All American Center For Workforce Innovation Goal: Create higher skilled, higher paying jobs Funding Source: $5.0M DOL Grant Regional Planning Purpose: Plan and prepare communities for BRAC changes and other growth. Develop Comprehensive Regional Growth Plan Goal: Improve Quality of Life and ensure planned growth Funding Source: $1.9M OEA Grant

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15 All American Defense Corridor DVD

16 Workforce Transformation 16 Workforce Demonstration Program “Meeting the Needs of America’s First Responders”

17 Workforce Demonstration Program $5 million U.S. Department of Labor grant for a pilot program. Integrates workforce development, economic development and education at the regional level. Workforce Development Boards are co-leads. Using our WIRED proposal as the basis for the workforce program. Leverages the Regional Planning grant from OEA. 17

18 Workforce Demonstration Program Strategies Strategy One – Thorough resource mapping and analysis of emerging occupational and academic demands; gap analysis of existing and projected workforce requirements. Strategy Two – Establishment of the All-American Center for Workforce Innovation as the transformational mechanism to create specific career tracks with specific industry-based programs. 18

19 19 Center of Innovation for Defense and Homeland Security All American Center for Workforce Innovation ALL AMERICAN CENTER for WORKFORCE INNOVATION Homeland Security Military Preparedness Strategic Defense Leadership Development Technology Innovation Enhanced Training and Simulation Social Resources Trades, Skilled Labor, Green Technology Entrepreneurship Healthcare and Teaching Professionals Academic Enrichment Economic Growth Workforce Enhancement Talent Development Academic Development Economic Development Workforce Development

20 20 ROBESON BLADEN SAMPSON MOORE LEE HARNETT SCOTLAND RICHMOND FT. BRAGG HOKECUMBERLAND MONTGOMERY All-American Center for Workforce Innovation Virtual Networking 10 Community College Campuses 11 Joblink Career Centers 11 Public School Systems NCMBC DSTA 5 Universities SBTDC

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24 All American Center for Workforce Innovation Demonstration

25 Congressman Robin Hayes Representing North Carolina’s 8 th District

26 Assistant Secretary Employment and Training Administration Emily Stover DeRocco U.S. Department of Labor

27 Congressman Bob Etheridge Representing North Carolina’s 2nd District

28 Garrison Commander Colonel David Fox Fort Bragg, North Carolina

29 Regional Planning Wayne Freeman, CEO Training and Development Associates, Inc. (TDA)

30 BRAC RTF A Regional Approach Identifying problem areas and potential solutions for local, regional, state and federal consideration. Creating a regional network and information sharing process. County reps, workgroups and stakeholders involved in regional coordination and communication. Developing a Comprehensive Regional Growth Plan Training and Development Associates (TDA) of Laurinburg awarded primary contract for CRGP. Assembled a team of experts in each field. 30

31 Tasks and Working Groups Workforce impact/employment opportunities Economic Impact Housing: on and off installation Infrastructure: Public Works/Public Safety Schools and Education Transportation (roads/rail/airline) Medical: on and off installation Meetings/Conventions/Special Activities Compatible Development, Environmental Regional Communication and Coordination Recreation, Parks, Arts and Culture 31

32 End Product for Phase II Develop a Comprehensive Regional Growth Plan that integrates our planning efforts into a cohesive “game plan” for sustainable growth and development Includes Implementation Plan and Action Steps Integration into regional and state planning initiatives Implementation is the next phase. 32

33 Deputy Director for the Office of Economic Adjustment David Larson U.S. Department of Defense

34 Assistant Secretary for Natural Resources Manley Wilder North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources

35 BREAK MEDIA EVENT Reconvene in 10 minutes for Board of Directors Meeting Buffet lunch at 12:15 pm Sponsored by BB&T, Navigator Development Group, ERISS Corp, TDA, and the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce

36 Luncheon and refreshments sponsored by: BB&T: Mr. William Brooks, Regional President NAVIGATOR DEVELOPMENT GROUP: Mr. Tim Wrhyne, Vice President, Future Operations and Logistics Support TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES: Mr. Wayne Freeman, President ERISS CORPORATION: Ms. Barbara Nyegaard, CEO CORPORATION FOR A SKILLED WORKFORCE: Mr. John Metcalf, Senior Partner

37 BRAC RTF Board of Directors Meeting

38 ACTION Approve minutes from the Special Board of Directors meeting September 6, 2007

39 ACTION ITEM 1. Election of Officers for the BRAC RTF Board of Directors Elect Chairman, Vice Chair and Treasurer Affirm Executive Committee Membership (elect at large rep) Designate an Assistant Secretary for recording and minutes

40 ACTION ITEM 2. Steering Group Membership Proposal: Establish Steering Group membership of nineteen members as approved by the Executive Committee Discussion: Request for additional representation for K-12 on SG.

41 ACTION ITEM 3. Labor Force Study Proposal: Fund $19,500 from the DOL grant to TDA to increase the resolution of the labor force analysis for the region. Discussion: Leverages the OEA effort and provides greater detail for the labor force requirements analysis.

42 ACTION ITEM 4. Establishing Technical and Equipment Capabilities for the All American Center for Workforce Innovation Proposal: Fund $500,000 from the DOL grant to Fayetteville Technical Community College to establish central technical and equipment capabilities for the AACWI in the Virtual College Center. Discussion: Leverages $9 million in facility and equipment capabilities that exist in the VCC. Approved by the Higher Education Advisory Committee and the Executive Committee.

43 ACTION ITEM 5. Personnel expenses, salaries and division of level of effort between DOL and OEA grants. Proposal: Approve recommended salaries and percentage of division of labor as revised and approved by the Executive Committee in handout. Discussion: Actual level of effort will be used for determining percentage of salaries for three staff members.

44 ACTION ITEM 6. Three Year Budget for the Workforce Demonstration Program Proposal: Approve the 3 year budget for the Workforce Demonstration Program. Discussion: Based on the WIRED proposal and applies guidance from U.S. DOL and NC DOC. Contractual and other than recurring and administrative expenses will require specific approval.

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46 Workforce Demonstration Program DISCUSSION 46

47 Meetings Initial Steering Group meeting scheduled on November 8 th at 9:30 am at the Spring Lake Family Resource Center Next Executive Committee meeting scheduled on November 15, 2007 at 3:30 pm at the Spring Lake Family Resource Center Next full Board of Directors meeting scheduled on November 29, 2007 at 10:00 am at the Spring Lake Family Resource Center

48 BRAC RTF Contact Info Executive Director: Paul Dordal Deputy Director: John Harbison Regional Planner: Don Belk Deputy Director for Education: Dr. Jane Smith Executive Assistant: John Bellamy : Website: Offices are located in the Soldier Support Center on Fort Bragg 48

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50 Workforce Demonstration Program Strategy One Tasks: Resource mapping: Analysis of Industry needs; Gap analysis. Analysis of Academic and Workforce Training programs. Outreach and communications program. Website and IT systems capability in the Center. Network plan and equipment requirements. 50

51 Workforce Demonstration Program Strategy Two Tasks: Establish the All American Center programs. Career track development. Purchase equipment. Establish connectivity with HUBs. Continue Resource mapping and analysis. 51

52 Workforce Demonstration Program Strategy Two Tasks (continued): Specialized Workforce Development for Social Resources. Innovative Business Strategies and Employment Engagement. “All American Defense Corridor” Education, Employment and Training Solutions. 52

53 Workforce Demonstration Program Level of Effort/Budget proposal: Strategy One Tasks: Completion at end of Year 1. Strategy Two Tasks: By Year and Total. Adjustment and leveraging assets 53

54 All American Center Equipment Capabilities FTCC Proposal: Leverage a $9 million investment in a centralized facility, all required equipment and technical support. Dr. Larry Keen, President FTCC DVD 54

55 BRAC RTF Budget Considerations DOL grant funding stream; reports; accountability. Budget considerations: Division of level of effort between OEA and DOL. Leveraging TDA effort and OEA grant. Funding requests received. Employee contracts and salaries. 55

56 Future Opportunities NC Technical and Business Center proposal. Samsung opportunity. Defense Contractor Association. All American Alliance SERPASS 56


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