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1 US Army Corps of Engineers BUILDING STRONG ® Vertical Team Roles & Responsibilities Planning Principles & Procedures – FY11

2 BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Vertical Project Delivery Team (PDT) Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) Headquarters Division District ASA(CW) Sponsor

3 BUILDING STRONG ®

4 District Responsibilities DISTRICT  Develop technically sound CW products and projects consistent with law and policy; on schedule; within budget.

5 BUILDING STRONG ® District Horizontal PDT Elements Engineering Planning Construction Real Estate & Counsel The Team Operations & Maintenance Programs & Project Management

6 BUILDING STRONG ® Division Responsibilities DIVISION (MSC)  Assure quality of District products.  Manage regional CW program; prioritize resources; the “Business Center”.  CAP Program Management

7 BUILDING STRONG ® Division Structure 8 - Regional Division Offices Executive Office - Division Commander Programs Directorate (SES) Planning & Policy Business Management Directorate (SES) Support Offices [SES = Senior Executive Service]

8 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

9 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

10 BUILDING STRONG ® HQ USACE Civil Works Organization Chart Current version will be distributed in class

11 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

12 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

13 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.

14 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

15 BUILDING STRONG ® Non-Federal Cost Sharing PROJECT PURPOSECOST SHARING (PERCENT) Navigation20 %; depth 20'  Harbors (includes 35 %; 20' < depth  45' 10% repayment)60 %; depth > 45'  Inland50 % (IWTF) Flood Control  Structural35 %  [5% cash + LERR]  50%  Nonstructural35 % Hurricane & Storm Damage Reduction35 % Ecosystem Restoration35 % Sec.1135 & %

16 BUILDING STRONG ® Non-Federal Cost Sharing (cont’d) PROJECT PURPOSECOST SHARING (PERCENT) Hydroelectric Power100 % Water Supply  Municipal & Industrial100 %  Agricultural 35 % Recreation  Navigation 50 %  Other 50 % of Separable Costs Aquatic Plant Control 50 %

17 BUILDING STRONG ® USACE Vertical Project Delivery Team (PDT) Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) Headquarters Division District ASA(CW) Sponsor


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