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US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Emergency Management Preparedness and Capabilities Aaron Stormant Emergency Manager Jacksonville District,

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1 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Emergency Management Preparedness and Capabilities Aaron Stormant Emergency Manager Jacksonville District, USACE 23 July 2014

2 BUILDING STRONG ® Agenda  USACE Background  Authorities  2014 Preparations  Emergency Support Teams for National Response Framework (Planning and Response Teams)  Contracts

3 BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Division Boundaries Pacific Ocean Div South Atlantic Div Mississippi Valley Div North Atlantic Div Great Lakes & Ohio River Div Alaska Seattle Walla Portland San Francisco Los Angeles Honolulu Albuquerque Omaha Kansas City Tulsa Ft. Worth Galveston Little Rock St. Louis Rock Island St. Paul Vicks- burg New Orleans Mobile Jacksonville Savannah Charleston Wilmington Norfolk Philadelphia New York New England Detroit Buffalo Baltimore Pittsburgh Chicago Memphis Nashville Louisville Hunting- ton Sacramento Atlanta Dallas Cincinnati Northwestern Div South Pacific Div Southwestern Div

4 BUILDING STRONG ® - Engineer Research and Development Center - Seven diverse research laboratories Military Programs - 10,000 personnel - Military Construction - Contingency Ops - Installation Support - International / Interagency Support Civil Works - 24,000 personnel - Navigation - Hydropower - Flood Control - Shore Protection - Water Supply - Regulatory - Recreation Homeland Security Environmental Real Estate 45 Districts 9 Divisions USACE Roles and Responsibilities

5 BUILDING STRONG ® Authorities for EM Support U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Authorities Civil Works Authorities Reservoir Operations Dam / Lock Operations Public Law ( Flood Control & Coastal Emergency Act of 1955 ) Disaster Preparation Emergency Operations Rehabilitation Water Assistance Advance Measures Hazard Mitigation Support to Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency Stafford Act PL National Response Framework – (NRF) Disaster Preparation Coordinating Agency ESF #3 ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Public Works and Engineering Primary Agency ESF #3 Support Agency ESF #6, ESF #9, ESF #14 AFRICOM / EUCOM North Atlantic Division provides direct engineer support, liaison and reach back ISO COCOM Commander NORTHCOM North Atlantic Division augments NWD with Field Force Engineering and support to Domestic Requirements CENTCOM North Atlantic Division augments TAD with individual Soldiers / Civilians / FESTs ISO Contingency Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan Support to the Geographic Combatant Commands

6 BUILDING STRONG ® SAJ Preparation for 2014 Hurr Season  Interagency Outreach: Discuss capabilities and needs w/ Counties surrounding Lake O; FDEM; and SFWMD.  DDE Meet and Greet w/ Camp Blanding (COOP site); FL National Guard (St. Augustine); and State EOC.  PR/VITEMA Table Top Discussions. Attend USVI Expo.  Participated in Earthquake/Tsunami exercise in AK.  Roofing and Housing Training.  Participate in State Exercise.

7 BUILDING STRONG ® National Response Framework – Planning and Response Teams Water and Ice Commodities Debris Management Urban Search and Rescue Temporary Roofing Critical Public Facilities and Temporary Housing Sub-Taskings to Other Agencies Temporary Emergency Power Water Debris Management Urban Search and Rescue Temporary Roofing Temporary Emergency Power

8 BUILDING STRONG ® Mission Models

9 BUILDING STRONG ® Debris Management Provide services to remove, reduce and dispose of eligible debris Provide Technical Assistance, Federal, State & Local Largest mission to date: Hurricane Katrina, LA Estimated 68.7M Cubic Yards

10 BUILDING STRONG ® Temporary Roofing Provide services to install FEMA furnished plastic sheeting on damaged roofs to provide temporary shelter Largest mission to date: Hurricanes Katrina/Rita Mission 194,000+ roofs installed

11 BUILDING STRONG ® Critical Public Facilities and Temporary Housing Provide services to design and construct temporary public facilities and temporary housing Includes schools, police and fire stations, local government offices, trailer installation. Largest mission to date: Installed 1,029 temporary buildings and 2,500 trailers following Hurricane Katrina.

12 BUILDING STRONG ® Temporary Emergency Power Install/Maintain FEMA generators at critical Facilities and utilities Assess, haul, install, maintain, remove, make ready for storage Largest mission to date: Hurricane Katrina, LA 2,403 locations assessed 918 generators installed

13 BUILDING STRONG ® Water and Ice Commodities Procure water and ice nationally Deliver commodities to state staging area Provide Technical Assistance for distribution Largest mission to date: Hurricane Season ,284 trucks loads

14 BUILDING STRONG ® Support to Urban Search and Rescue Provide training to Search and Rescue Structures Specialists Maintain cadre of Structures Specialists to augment national teams Responses: Oklahoma City World Trade Center Pentagon Internationally

15 BUILDING STRONG ® Pre-Awarded Contracts ► Immediate response ► Maximum local hiring and subcontracting ► Pricing (known & stable) ► Costs reduced ► Partners with Private Sector ► Improves performance ► Standardizes contracts Debris ACI Contractors ECC XpertsAshBritt Ceres P & J

16 BUILDING STRONG ® ESF#3 ACI Contracts Title Responsible District Type Contract Award Date BaseOptions Anticipated Next contract Geographic Area Current contract Holders Capacity Temporary Power Pittsburgh FFP Requirements yr 4- 1yr periods 2018 Area I – FEMA Regions I, II, & III LBG$50M Area II – FEMA Regions IV, & V IAP$50M Area III - FEMA Regions VI, VII, & VIII IAP$50M Area IV – FEMA Region IX and OCONUS locations (USVI, PR, AK, HI, US Territories, etc) Currently being solicited Will be $95M WaterNew EnglandRequirements20131yr4 - 1yr2018 CONUS and OCONUS Sates, OCONUS Territories incl. Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Marshall Islands Essence unlimited, contractor may pass on any order >$10M or 3 day order >$25M Permanent Cadre Lead: Pete Navesky as of: 24 APR 14

17 BUILDING STRONG ® ESF#3 ACI Contracts Title Responsible District Type Contract Award Date BaseOptions Anticipated Next contract Geographic Area Current contract Holders Capacity Debris UNRESTRICTED New OrleansService 2008 Currently being updated 1yr4-1yr Unrestricted ($50M per FEMA Region) Based on MSC/FEMA boundaries Due to contractor withdrawal, re- prioritization of MSC was required and should be completed by 30 MAY $50M/ year each contractor Debris RESTRICTED New OrleansService Currently being updated Restricted (small business) should be announced o/a 30 APR Based on MSC/FEMA boundaries Small Business): Selection award in process and should be completed by 30 APR $200M total over 5 years Permanent Cadre Lead: Mark Clark as of: 24 APR 14 Permanent Cadre Lead: Mark Clark

18 BUILDING STRONG ® ESF#3 ACI Contracts Title Responsible District Type Contract Award Date BaseOptionsExpirationGeographic Area Current contract Holders Capacity Roofing CONUS Omaha 8(a) HUBZone SDVO Unrestricted SDVO HUBZone 8(a) Apr09 Jun09 Apr09 Jan11 Mar11 Apr year Mar-2014 Jan-2016 Mar-2016 Apr-2016 Coastal states - Texas to Maine S&M MGC Ironclad Ceres Ironclad ThomCo EnField Cye $50M / contract Omaha SB Unrestricted SDVOSB HUBZone Jun year Coastal states – Texas to Maine Currently being solicited $45M/ contract Omaha EDWOSB Unrestricted SDVOSB HUBZone Jun1523-1year Coastal states – Texas to Maine Currently being solicited $45M/ contract Omaha 8(a) Jun1423-1year FEMA Regions IV & VI Currently being solicited $10M/ contract Omaha 8(a) Jun1523-1year FEMA Regions IV & VI Currently being solicited $10M/ contract Permanent Cadre Lead: Patsy Fletcher as of: 24 APR 14

19 BUILDING STRONG ® ESF#3 ACI Contracts Title Responsible District Type Contract Award Date BaseOptionsExpirationGeographic Area Current contract Holders Capacity Roofing OCONUS Omaha UnrestrictedFeb yearJune 2013 Hawaii Ceres $25M Omaha UnrestrictedJun year Hawaii Currently being solicited $25M Jacksonville UnrestrictedJul year2015 Puerto Rico Ceres $25M Omaha UnrestrictedJun1523-1year Puerto Rico Currently being solicited $25M Jacksonville UnrestrictedJul year 2015 Virgin Islands Ceres $25M Omaha UnrestrictedJun year Virgin Islands Currently being solicited $25M Omaha UnrestrictedApr year2016 Guam CNMI Omni Pinnacle $10M Omaha UnrestrictedJun year Guam CMMI Currently being solicited $10M Rapid Temporary Repair* Omaha Service – 8(a) Aug 10 1yr- 7mo 1-2yearMar-2016 FEMA Regions IV and VI S&M$3.5M total *Line items being included in other roofing contracts; will no longer have a separate RTR contract. Permanent Cadre Lead: Patsy Fletcher as of: 24 APR 14

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