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1 1 FIMS Real Estate Workshop Dino Herrera, PE, PMP Deputy Assistant Deputy Administrator, Office of Infrastructure and Construction 13 June 2010 One NNSA Aborning

2 2 NNSA on the Move Today I will share the still aborning NNSA Real Property Strategy Update In addition, I am here to tell you the NNSA is fashioning itself to become more agile, physically smaller, but intellectually and practically smarter It is a pleasure to speak to this group that has improved the NNSA Facilities and Infrastructure portfolio in so many ways

3 3 NNSA Direction Vision: A smaller, safer, more secure and less expensive enterprise that leverages the scientific and technical capabilities of our workforce to meet all our national security requirements Transform from a 20 th century Cold War nuclear weapons complex into a 21 st century nuclear security enterprise while: –Reducing cost –Assuring safety, security and reliability –Maintaining the U.S. Government position of no UGTs –Changing the infrastructure 3

4 4 View from the Top I provided you with the NNSA’s Vision and Direction, which remains constant And, pointed out why the NNSA and DOE depend on your creative, innovative, in general hard work burnishing the FIMS Database But we remain dynamic One NNSA – as provided by Ms. Neile Miller, NNSA’s Deputy Administrator

5 5 Our Evolution Mission Management & Administration Infrastructure MISSION Management & Administration Infrastructure

6 6 Business as Usual is not Good Enough We have to challenge the “received wisdom”. We have to do what it takes to spread that message to all levels of our organizations… up AND down. Our success is tied to all of us knowing that we sink or swim together. It’s One NNSA

7 7 We are Professionals We are Smart Money We are Partners for the Future We are one NNSA Headquarters vs. Field, Contractors vs. Feds, Mission vs. Mission Support

8 8 We are on our way there HQ Reorganization Governance and Oversight Smart Facilities and Infrastructure Strategies Cohesive Departmental Policy and Partnership between OECM and Programs

9 9 Deputy Under Secretary for Counterterrorism Associate Admin. for Management & Budget NA-MB Associate Admin. for Acquisition & Project Management NA-APM Administrator & Under Secretary for Nuclear Security: Thomas P. D’Agostino Principal Deputy Administrator: Neile L. Miller Chief of Staff Associate Principal Deputy Administrator Associate Admin. for Safety & Health NA-SH Associate Admin. for External Affairs NA-EA Deputy Admin. for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation NA-20 Assoc. Admin. for Defense Nuclear Security NA-70 Deputy Admin. for Naval Reactors NA-30 Assoc. Admin. for Emergency Operations NA-40 Mission Deputy Admin. for Defense Programs NA-10 Site Offices M i s s i o n S u p p o r t Congressional Affairs PA Chief of Defense Nuclear Safety Office of Science and Policy - Chief Scientist - Senior Advisors for Policy General Counsel NA-GC As sociate Admin. for Information Management/ Chief Information Officer NA-CIO Service Center NA-SC Public Affairs Intergovernmental Affairs: Acquisition Management Enterprise Project Management Human Capital Management Administrative Services PPBE Nuclear Safety ES&H

10 10 Deputy Under Secretary for Counterterrorism Associate Admin. for Management & Budget NA-MB Associate Admin. for Acquisition & Project Management NA-APM Administrator & Under Secretary for Nuclear Security: Thomas P. D’Agostino Principal Deputy Administrator: Neile L. Miller Chief of Staff Associate Principal Deputy Administrator Associate Admin. for Safety & Health NA-SH Associate Admin. for External Affairs NA-EA Deputy Admin. for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation NA-20 Assoc. Admin. for Defense Nuclear Security NA-70 Deputy Admin. for Naval Reactors NA-30 Assoc. Admin. for Emergency Operations NA-40 Mission Deputy Admin. for Defense Programs NA-10 Site Offices M i s s i o n S u p p o r t Congressional Affairs PA Chief of Defense Nuclear Safety Office of Science and Policy - Chief Scientist - Senior Advisors for Policy General Counsel NA-GC Associate Admin. for Information Management/Chief Information Officer NA-CIO Public Affairs Intergovernmental Affairs: Acquisition Management Enterprise Project Management Human Capital Management Administrative Services PPBE Nuclear Safety ES&H Base Ops Program and Functional Residents SNL Oversight Albuquerque Site Office

11 11 Deputy Under Secretary for Counterterrorism Associate Admin. for Management & Budget NA-MB Associate Admin. for Acquisition & Project Management NA-APM Administrator & Under Secretary for Nuclear Security: Thomas P. D’Agostino Principal Deputy Administrator: Neile L. Miller Chief of Staff Associate Principal Deputy Administrator Associate Admin. for Safety & Health NA-SH Associate Admin. for External Affairs NA-EA Deputy Admin. for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation NA-20 Assoc. Admin. for Defense Nuclear Security NA-70 Deputy Admin. for Naval Reactors NA-30 Assoc. Admin. for Emergency Operations NA-40 Mission Deputy Admin. for Defense Programs NA-10 Site Offices M i s s i o n S u p p o r t Congressional Affairs PA Chief of Defense Nuclear Safety Office of Science and Policy - Chief Scientist - Senior Advisors for Policy General Counsel NA-GC Associate Admin. for Information Management/Chief Information Officer NA-CIO Public Affairs Intergovernmental Affairs: Acquisition Management Enterprise Project Management Human Capital Management Administrative Services PPBE Nuclear Safety ES&H NA-PA- ABQ NA- GC- ABQ NA-PR- ABQ NA-HR- ABQ NA-FM- ABQ NA-DNS- ABQ NA-NN- ABQ NA-DP- ABQ

12 12 Governance and Oversight NNSA and Departmental Management Directed Drivers include Industry Standard Equivalent Performance, Less Duplicative Requirements and an expectation of efficient business processes with cost recovery models that will provide for reinvestment Regulatory driven requirements must still be met and if not performed by the Federal Staff, must be performed by the M&O staffs (for example Real Estate Lease Technical Reviews) This will be an evolving process with growing pains until roles, responsibilities and expectations fully understood 12

13 13 FIMS Makes A Difference Said last year but it bears repeating “FIMS threads its way through our facility operations on many levels”, which makes me dependent upon your work My organization, from the beginning of NNSA, supported the growth, development, and evolution of this vital database I depend upon FIMS to provide the basis for measurement of progress and failure in my world of recapitalization, utility line items, and facility deactivation and demolition I depend upon FIMS to provide the basis for discerning trends and allowing me to compare and contrast information appearing in our TYSP Bottom Line – Press on with your effort to improve the quality of the data – hold us all accountable” – and you do!

14 14 A Major Sea Change  Respice  Adspice  Prospice

15 15 NNSA Real Property Strategy Respise - Examine the past, Adspice - examine the present, Prospice - examine the future Look to the past, the present, the future! 15

16 16 A Major Sea Change Respice – Looking Back The Facilities & Infrastructure Recapitalization Program – FIRP successfully completes with institutionalizing state-of-the-art best practices and procedures FIMS comes of age and is a central player in my Corporate Facilities Management Program The NNSA weapons complex morphs into the nuclear security enterprise and the physical plant is much better now than 12 years ago The legacy of huge deferred maintenance is reduced The enduring physical plant has realized life extension RAMP, a flash of brilliance, moves water from our roofs instead of funneling in to the workplace Smart people continue to develop initiatives that make a difference and replicate RAMP for enterprise-wide applications

17 17 A Major Sea Change, cont. Adspice – Where we are today Possibly a nadir for resources for the next few years Focus on becoming more agile, deft in responding to mission needs, and recognizing that we must make every dollar we manage buys the correct thing NNSA reorganizes to meet extant challenges in the peculiar circumstances of today Everyone works harder and smarter We all draw closer through the understanding that as professionals we must take today’s success into tomorrow and build upon it So – let’s agree to meet again next year and discuss our “continuing resolution”

18 18 A Major Sea Change, cont. Prospice – The future Continue to organize for success The Corporate Facilities Management Continuum, if you will, continues – we construct, maintain, refurbish, determine useful life, and at its end – we dispose our unneeded excess FIRP looked back to eliminate the legacy backlog Our next step is to look forward along the CFM continuum I define the future based upon what I have learned over the past decade managing FIRP – mission and capabilities drive the future And, Sustainability and Real Property Management are added to my menu of activities and broaden my focus Let me explain …

19 19 Sustaining the Mission The NNSA Administrator’s Key Goals: The NNSA Administrator has derived five key goals for the coming decade as the NNSA implements its responsibilities under the President’s comprehensive nuclear security agenda:  Reduce nuclear dangers  Manage the nuclear weapons stockpile and advance naval nuclear propulsion  Modernize the NNSA infrastructure  Strengthen the science, technology, and engineering base  Drive an integrated and effective Enterprise

20 20 Life-Cycle of NNSA Real Property Asset per DOE Order 430.1 B

21 21 Capability Investments Modernize the NNSA Infrastructure: Shape the infrastructure to assure we have the core capabilities necessary to execute our mission responsibilities and create a 21 st century Nuclear Security Enterprise. In 20 years, the physical infrastructure will have evolved significantly from a post-World War II/Cold War era nuclear weapons complex into a more efficient 21 st century NSE with less environmental impact. Vital mission functions will be sustained by a modernized physical infrastructure for plutonium, uranium, tritium, and high-explosive production, non-nuclear component production, high ‑ fidelity testing, and waste disposition.

22 22 NNSA Real Property Strategy “Fast Forward” The NNSA has performed extensive Programming to propose resource loaded strategies beginning in FY 13 to address –Sustainability –Disposition of Excess Facilities –Capability Based Life Extension of Facilities and Infrastructure –Infrastructure Line Item projects that support the mission Electrical Line Items Supporting Next Generation of Super Computers Fire Suppression Lead In Piping Over 25 Utility System Upgrades –Next Generation Institutional Corporate Facilities Management

23 23 Takeaway Message The NNSA is a dynamic organization with a leading edge for change and building on past successes We remain aware that mission drives our enterprise We relate to the circumstance of spare resources and therefore look to manage prudently by combining with professionals like you to help us execute our corporate approach to managing the physical plant and our real property And we can’t thank you enough for the terrific job that you do in realm of providing a quality real property portfolio The good news here is that with the recent improvements to Organization, Governance and Oversight Models, Smart Strategies and Cohesive Partnerships the future is bright


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