BUILDING STRONG ® Headquarters (HQ USACE) Responsibilities Development and publication of policy and guidance for planning, programs management, operations, engineering, and other CW functions Washington-level review and processing of decision documents Development and defense of annual budget request; bi-annual WRDA legislation Fiscal management National oversight of Dam Safety, Regulatory, Emergency Management and other programs Coordination with ASA(CW), OMB & Congress Full-service, one-stop support to MSC’s
BUILDING STRONG ® HQ USACE Organization – Regional Integration Teams Point of Contact for all CW and Military Actions SES Team Leader; CW & MIL Deputy Core members represent all CW and MIL functional organizations ► CW: Planning, Operations, Programs, Engr/Construction ► MIL: Environmental; Programs, Installation Support; Interagency/International Matrixed members represent support functional organizations: Off. Water Project Review; Counsel; Real estate; Corp. Info.; Corp Integration; Logistics; Public Affairs; Contracting; Safety
BUILDING STRONG ® HQ USACE Civil Works Organization Chart Current version will be distributed in class
BUILDING STRONG ® HQ USACE Civil Works Functional Organizations Program Integration Division Planning & Policy Compliance Division ► Office of Water Project Review Operations & Regulatory Division Homeland Security Office Institute for Water Resources
BUILDING STRONG ® Community of Practice Functions To Develop and Maintain: ► Policy and doctrine ► Capable workforce ► National, international and interagency relations and coalitions ► Organizational communications ► Learning organization
BUILDING STRONG ® ASA(CW) Responsibilities Establish the Army position on all USACE policy, programmatic, legislative, budgetary, and organizational matters. Review and approval of all legislative and budgetary initiatives for USACE CW activities. Serves as point of contact for coordination with DoD, OMB, other Federal agencies, and committees of Congress.
BUILDING STRONG ® Sponsor’s Roles & Responsibilities Communication – needs, preferences, constraints Decision-making – go / no go Cost sharing ► Feasibility – 50% (cash or in-kind) ► PED – 25% cash ► Construction - % varies, credit for LERRD’s OMRR&R – forever PDT Member