Readiness Brief - USACOE

Report
USACE Emergency Management
Preparedness and Capabilities
Aaron Stormant
Emergency Manager
Jacksonville District,
USACE
23 July 2014
US Army Corps of Engineers
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Agenda
 USACE Background
 Authorities
 2014 Preparations
 Emergency Support Teams for National
Response Framework (Planning and Response
Teams)
 Contracts
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USACE Division Boundaries
North
Atlantic Div
Alaska
Seattle
Walla
Walla
Portland
Northwestern Div
Great Lakes &
Ohio River
Div
St. Paul
New
England
Buffalo
Detroit
New York
Rock
Island
Omaha
Sacramento
San
Francisco
South Pacific Div
Albuquerque
Honolulu
Pacific
Ocean Div
Little
Rock
Tulsa
Los
Angeles
St.
Louis
Kansas City
Southwestern
Div
Ft. Worth
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Cincinnati
Huntington
Norfolk
Louisville
Nashville
Wilmington
Memphis
Atlanta
Vicksburg
Charleston
Savannah
Mobile
Jacksonville
Dallas
New Orleans
South Atlantic Div
Mississippi
Valley Div
Galveston
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USACE Roles and Responsibilities
Civil Works
Military Programs
9 Divisions
- 24,000 personnel
45 Districts - 10,000 personnel
- Navigation
- Military Construction
- Hydropower
- Contingency Ops
- Flood Control
- Installation Support
- Shore Protection
- International /
- Water Supply
Interagency Support
- Regulatory
- Recreation
Homeland Security
Environmental
Real Estate
- Engineer Research and Development Center
- Seven diverse research laboratories
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Authorities for EM Support
U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers
Civil Authorities
Civil Works Authorities
Reservoir Operations
Dam / Lock Operations
Support to the
Geographic Combatant
Commands
Support to Department of
Homeland Security and
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Public Law 84-99
( Flood Control &
Coastal Emergency Act
of 1955 )
Disaster Preparation
Emergency Operations
Rehabilitation
Water Assistance
Advance Measures
Hazard Mitigation
Stafford Act
PL 93-288
National Response Framework – (NRF)
Disaster Preparation
Coordinating Agency ESF #3
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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
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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.
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National Response Framework – Planning and Response Teams
Debris
Management
Temporary
Emergency
Power
Water and Ice
Water
Commodities
Temporary
Roofing
Urban
Search
and
Rescue
Sub-Taskings
to Other
Agencies
Critical Public
Facilities and
Temporary
Housing
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Mission Models
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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
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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
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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.
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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
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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 2005
•11,284 trucks loads
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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
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Pre-Awarded Contracts
response
► Maximum local hiring
and subcontracting
► Pricing (known &
stable)
► Costs reduced
► Partners with Private
Sector
► Improves performance
► Standardizes
contracts
Debris ACI Contractors
► Immediate
ECC
P&J
AshBritt
Ceres
Xperts
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ESF#3 ACI Contracts
Title
Responsible
District
Type
Contract
Award
Date
Base Options
Anticipated
Next
contract
Current
contract
Holders
Geographic Area
Area I – FEMA Regions I,
II, & III
Temporary
Pittsburgh
Power
FFP
Requirements
2013
1 yr
4- 1yr
periods
2018
Permanent Cadre Lead: Pete Navesky
Water
New England
Requirements 2013
Permanent Cadre Lead: Pete Navesky
as of: 24 APR 14
1yr
4 - 1yr
2018
Area II – FEMA Regions
IV, & V
Area III - FEMA Regions VI,
VII, & VIII
Area IV – FEMA Region IX
and OCONUS locations
(USVI, PR, AK, HI, US
Territories, etc)
Capacity
LBG
$50M
IAP
$50M
IAP
$50M
Currently
Will be
being
$95M
solicited
CONUS and OCONUS
Sates, OCONUS Territories
incl. Puerto Rico, the U. S.
Virgin Islands, American
Samoa, Guam, the
Essence
Northern Mariana Islands,
the Federated States of
Micronesia, and the
Marshall Islands
unlimited,
contractor
may pass
on any
order
>$10M or 3
day order
>$25M
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ESF#3 ACI Contracts
Title
Responsible
District
Type
Contract
Award
Date
Base Options
2008
Debris
UNRESTRICTED
New Orleans
Service
Currently 1yr
being
updated
4-1yr
Anticipated
Next
contract
Geographic Area
Unrestricted
($50M per
FEMA
Region)
Based on
MSC/FEMA
boundaries
Permanent Cadre Lead: Mark Clark
Debris
RESTRICTED
New Orleans
Permanent Cadre Lead: Mark Clark
as of: 24 APR 14
Service
Currently
being
updated
Restricted
(small
business)
should be
announced
o/a 30 APR
Based on
MSC/FEMA
boundaries
Current
contract
Holders
Due to
contractor
withdrawal, reprioritization of
MSC was
required and
should be
completed by
30 MAY
Small
Business):
Selection
award in
process and
should be
completed by
30 APR
Capacity
$50M/ year
each
contractor
$200M total
over 5 years
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ESF#3 ACI Contracts
Title
Responsible
District
Omaha
Roofing
CONUS
Omaha
Omaha
Omaha
Omaha
Type
Contract
8(a)
HUBZone
SDVO
Unrestricted
Unrestricted
SDVO
HUBZone
8(a)
SB
Unrestricted
SDVOSB
HUBZone
EDWOSB
Unrestricted
SDVOSB
HUBZone
8(a)
8(a)
8(a)
8(a)
Award
Date
Expiration
Current
contract
Holders
S&M
MGC
Ironclad
Ceres
Ironclad
ThomCo
EnField
Cye
Base
Options
Apr09
Jun09
Jun09
Apr09
Apr09
Jan11
Mar11
Apr11
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
1-2 year
Jun14
2
3-1 year
Coastal states –
Texas to Maine
Currently being
solicited
$45M/
contract
Jun15
2
3-1year
Coastal states –
Texas to Maine
Currently being
solicited
$45M/
contract
Jun14
2
3-1year
Jun15
2
3-1year
Mar-2014
Mar-2014
Mar-2014
Mar-2014
Mar-2014
Jan-2016
Mar-2016
Apr-2016
Geographic Area
Coastal states Texas to Maine
FEMA Regions IV &
VI
FEMA Regions IV &
VI
Currently being
solicited
Currently being
solicited
Capacity
$50M /
contract
$10M/
contract
$10M/
contract
Permanent Cadre Lead: Patsy Fletcher
as of: 24 APR 14
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ESF#3 ACI Contracts
Title
Roofing
OCONUS
Rapid
Temporary
Repair*
Responsible
District
Type
Contract
Award
Date
Base
Options
Omaha
Unrestricted
Feb 09
2
1-2 year
Omaha
Unrestricted
Jun 14
2
3-1 year
Jacksonville
Unrestricted
Jul10
1
4-1 year
Omaha
Unrestricted
Jun15
2
3-1year
Jacksonville
Unrestricted
Jul10
1
4-1 year
Omaha
Unrestricted
Jun15
2
3-1 year
Omaha
Unrestricted
Apr11
3
1-2 year
Omaha
Unrestricted
Jun15
2
3-1 year
Omaha
Service –
8(a)
Aug 10
1yr7mo
1-2year
Expiration
June 2013
2015
2015
2016
Mar-2016
Geographic Area
Current
contract
Holders
Capacity
Hawaii
Ceres
$25M
Hawaii
Currently
being solicited
$25M
Puerto Rico
Ceres
$25M
Puerto Rico
Currently
being solicited
$25M
Virgin Islands
Ceres
$25M
Virgin Islands
Currently
being solicited
$25M
Guam CNMI
Omni
Pinnacle
$10M
Guam CMMI
Currently
being solicited
$10M
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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