Eliminate Redundancies and Reduce Requirements

Report
Great Lakes & Ohio River Division
Civil Works Program Information
Presenter Name: Ron Kozlowski
Presenter Title:
Civil Works Integration Division Chief
Duty Location: Great Lakes & Ohio River Division, Cincinnati, OH
Date of Conference: March 20th, 2013
US Army Corps of Engineers
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Civil Works
Division / District Boundaries
Great Lakes and
Ohio River
Division
Northwestern
Division
Pacific
Ocean
Division
South Pacific
Division
North
Atlantic
Division
Southwestern
Division
LEGEND:
LEGEND:
Division HQ location
Division HQ location
Division
Divisionboundary
boundary
District boundary
District boundary
State boundary
State boundary
South
Atlantic
Division
Mississippi
Valley Division
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GREAT LAKES & OHIO RIVER DIVISION – (LRD)
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Buffalo
Detroit
Chicago
79 FRM Dams – Flood Risk Management
96 lock & dam projects (136 Chambers)
65 deep draft ports
80 shallow draft harbors
15,942 miles of shoreline
3,900 + miles of navigable waterways
► 10% of US inland waterways
► 53.6% of US inland waterborne
commerce
Tonnage
► 259M tons on Ohio River navigation
system
► 152M tons on the Great Lakes
Pittsburgh
Waterborne Commerce (>$42B LRD)
► $30B Ohio River Navigation System
► $12B Great Lakes System
Cincinnati
Huntington
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Louisville
CINCINNATI (DIV HQ)
BUFFALO (LRB)
CHICAGO (LRC)
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Cumberland River
DETROIT (LRE)
HUNTINGTON (LRH)
LOUISVILLE (LRL)
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Nashville
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Tennessee River
NASHVILLE (LRN)
83 lakes and reservoirs
$35.7B in flood damages prevented
thru 2010
103M recreation visits
10 hydroelectric power plants
$44M to treasury annually
All or parts of 17 states
335,000 square miles
73 million population
PITTSBURGH (LRP)
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Civil Works Missions
• Navigation
• Flood Risk
Management
• Emergency
Response
• Regulatory
• Environmental
• Recreation
• Water Supply
• Hydropower
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CW Program Basics
 Three primary appropriations
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Investigations
Construction
• Continuing Authorities Program (CAP - subset of CG)
Operations & Maintenance (O&M)
 Administration guides and proposes budget
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Study (Leads to Authorization)
Design
Construction
Operations and Maintenance or Turnover to Local Sponsor
 Execution and Budget cycles – 3 yrs at once
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4. HQ Review &
Approval
( May -Jun )
2. HQ Provides
Budget Guidance ( Mar )
3. Field Offices Develop
Program Requirements
( Mar - Apr )
1. OMB Provides Budget
Guidance ( Jan )
12. Funding
Allocation To
Field Offices
( Oct - Dec )
5. Budget Presented
to Sec. Army
(Jul - Aug )
6. Budget
Submitted to OMB
( Sep )
11. President Signs
Appropriations. Bill
10. Appropriations Bills
( Sep - Oct )
( Jul - Sep )
6
Budget Resolutions
7. OMB Passback
( Nov )
8. President’s Budget
to Congress ( Feb )
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Civil Works Program
Development, Defense & Execution
(FISCAL YEAR)
CFY
Execution
CFY + 1
Defense
Oct
Nov
Execute
Receive
Work
Allowanc
e
VTC Fact
Sheet
Prepare
and
Submit
Execute
Lock-in
2101
Schedule
Dec
Execute
Jan
Execute
Update
Current
2101
Feb
Mar
Execute
Execute
Apr
Execute
Update
Current
2101
May
Execute
Jun
Execute
Jul
Aug
Sep
Execute
Update
Current
2101
Execute
Execute
Mid
Year
Review
OMB
Passback
Received
Make
Revisions
to Initial
Submissi
on
Complete
Budget
Materials
Prepare
Cong
Visits
President
Budget
Released
Prepare
for
Hearings
Congress
Hearings
Prepare
Response
s to
Questions
for the
Record
CFY + 2
Formulation
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Prepare
Members
Fact
Sheets
Prepare
Members
Fact
Sheets
House
Mark-up
Senate
Mark-up
Conf
Mark-up
Appropriatio
n Bill
Budget
EC Issued
Ceiling
Allocation
Dist/MSC
District
Prepares
Budget
Data
Initial
District
Budget
Submit
MSC
Review
Send to
HQ
HQ
Review
HQ
Submits
to
ASA(CW
Draft
Budget
Memo
Prepared
ASA CW
Submits
Budget
Memo to
OMB
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Civil Works Program Funding Challenges
Looking at FY 2013
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6 month CRA Through Mar 2013
Passage of Appropriation for FY 13 is uncertain
Expecting no Earmarks (same as FY12)
Inland Waterways construction restricted by IWTF revenue
Navigation is feeling pressure of O&M needs in Dam and Levee
Safety on top of aging infrastructure
 Dredging requirements will be challenging to meet
 Low water levels
 President’s Budget Release for FY14
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PROGRAM COMPARISON – USACE
PRESIDENT’S BUDGET ($ MILLIONS)
FY07
Investigations
Operation & Maintenance
Construction
Miss River & Tribs (MR&T)
Regulatory Program
Flood Control & Coastal Em (FCCE)
FUSRAP
Expenses
ASA(CW)
Total
94
2,258
1,555
278
173
81
130
164
4
4,737
FY08
FY09
90
2,471
1,523
260
180
40
130
177
6
4,877
91
2,475
1,402
240
180
40
130
177
6
4,741
FY10
100
2,504
1,718
248
190
41
134
184
6
5,125
FY11
104
2,361
1,690
240
193
30
130
185
6
4,939
FY12
104
2,314
1,480
210
196
27
109
185
6
4,631
FY13
102
2,398
1,471
234
205
30
104
182
5
4,731
5,200
5,100
5,000
4,900
4,800
4,700
4,600
4,500
4,400
4,300
FY07
FY08
FY09
FY10
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FY11
FY12
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LRD CIVIL WORKS PROGRAM
COMPARISON FY 2010 – FY 2013
($ MILLIONS)
FY 10
PRES
BUD
FY 10
APPN.
FY 11
PRES
BUD
FY 11
WORK
PLAN
1.8
11.0
2.4
8.6
397.5
407.4
429.2
85.0
79.4
C + IWTF
482.5
O&M
TOTAL
INVESTIGATIONS
CONSTRUCTION
IWTF
FY 12
APPN.
FY 13
PRES
BUD
FY 13
HOUSE
FY 13
SENATE
5.1
8.8
5.0
5.0
5.0
331.3
403.2
402.3
340.3
309.2
340.3
87.3
73.0
78.5
75.9
90.3
86.7
90.3
486.8
516.5
404.3
481.7
478.2
430.6
395.9
430.6
457.6
443.1
437.7
447.2
437.1
469.9
430.6
415.5
430.6
941.9
940.9
956.6
860.1
923.9
956.9
866.2
816.4
866.2
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FY 12
PRES
BUD
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LRD BUSINESS LINE TREND (O&M)
($MILLIONS)
O&M
FY08
PRESBUD
FY09
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
NAV
276.6
262.4
277.4
254.4
253.5
257.7
FRM
102.0
109.2
92.9
98.0
105
103.8
HYD
27.5
29.0
29.7
26.0
27.8
29.0
REC
31.2
33.3
35.4
34.0
32.2
32.5
ENS
5.4
7.1
7.7
7.7
7.0
6.5
WTR
0.6
0.6
0
443.3
441.6
443.2
TOTAL
0
421.3
0.9
0.9
426.4
430.5
* FY2008 PRESBUD WAS FIRST PRESBUD TO INCLUDE SEPARATE WATER SUPPLY BUSINESS LINE
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FY2013 PRESIDENT’S BUDGET BY DISTRICT – CONSTRUCTION
FY 2013 CONSTRUCTION
PROJECT
CONSTRUCTION
BUFFALO DISTRICT
PRESQUE ISLE BEACH NOURISHMENT
CHICAGO DISTRICT
CSSC - DISPERSAL BARRIERS
DES PLAINES RIVER, IL
MC COOK RESERVOIR PROJECT
DETROIT DISTRICT
DMDF GREEN BAY HARBOR WI
HUNTINGTON DISTRICT
BLUESTONE LAKE, WV DSA
BOLIVAR DAM, OH DAM SAFETY
BUCHANAN CO., VA SEC 202
DOVER DAM, OH DSA
MCDOWELL CO., WV SEC 202
LOUISVILLE DISTRICT
OLMSTED LOCK AND DAM
NASHVILLE DISTRICT
CEN MAJOR REHAB SEEPAGE
WOLF CREEK DAM SAFETY, KY
PITTSBURGH DISTRICT
EAST BRANCH DAM - PA
LOWER-MON-234
BUSINESS PRESIDENTS
HOUSE
SENATE
LINE
BUDGET
$430,575,000.0 $395,906,000.0 $430,575,000.0
FRM
ENR
FRM
FRM
NAV
$1,500,000.0
$1,425,000.0
$1,500,000.0
$24,500,000.0 $23,275,000.0 $24,500,000.0
$2,300,000.0 $2,185,000.0 $2,300,000.0
$12,000,000.0 $11,400,000.0 $12,000,000.0
$7,000,000.0
$6,650,000.0
$7,000,000.0
FRM
FRM
FRM
FRM
FRM
$10,000,000.0 $10,000,000.0 $10,000,000.0
$13,800,000.0 $13,800,000.0 $13,800,000.0
$75,000.0
$75,000
$75,000.0
$1,750,000.0 $1,750,000.0 $1,750,000.0
$2,000,000.0 $1,971,000.0 $2,000,000.0
NAV
$144,000,000.0 $136,800,000.0 $144,000,000.0
FRM
FRM
$75,000,000.0 $50,000,000.0 $75,000,000.0
$85,000,000.0 $85,000,000.0 $85,000,000.0
FRM
NAV
$15,000,000.0 $15,000,000.0 $15,000,000.0
$36,650,000.0 $36,650,000.0 $36,650,000.0
FRM FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT / DAM SAFETY
NAV NAVIGATION
ENR ENVIRONMENTAL
218,425,000
187,650,000
24,500,000
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ONGOING NAVIGATION CONSTRUCTION COMPLETIONS
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
OLMSTED L&D
EMSWORTH MR
MARKLAND MR
KENTUCKY LOCK
FY14
FY15
FY16
FY17
FY18
FY19
FY20
(EFFICIENT COMPLETION)
(EFFICIENT COMPLETION)
(COMPLETE)
IWTF EXHAUSTED; 8 YEARS LEFT
IWTF EXHAUSTED; 6 YEARS LEFT
CHICKAMAUGA LOCK
IWTF EXHAUSTED; 13 YEARS LEFT TO 2030
LOWER MON 2,3,4
KENTUCKY, CHICKAMAUGA & LOWER MON 2,3,4 – HIGHLY CONSTRAINED
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FY14 President’s Budget
 http://www.usace.army.mil/Media/NewsR
eleases/NewsReleaseArticleView/tabid/23
1/Article/269/presidents-fiscal-2013budget-for-us-army-corps-of-engineerscivil-works-releas.aspx
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Great Lakes & Ohio River Division
Civil Works Program Information
US Army Corps of Engineers
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FY14 President’s Budget
http://www.usace.army.mil/Media/NewsReleases/NewsReleaseArticleVi
ew/tabid/231/Article/269/presidents-fiscal-2013-budget-for-us-armycorps-of-engineers-civil-works-releas.aspx
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Doing Business With The Corps
 Contractors must be CCR Registered (www.ccr.gov)
 Make sure certifications are up to date and in the correct data bases
►HUBZone,
SBD, 8(a), etc., see http://sba.gov/
►Make sure bonding is in place (for construction projects)
 All solicitations are posted to Federal Business Opportunities (FBO)
(www.fedbizopps.gov).
►FedTeDs
►FBO
has been merged with FBO therefore no longer exists
now has the capability to accept sensitive information.
 When proposing on a solicitation, complete online Representations &
Certifications (www.bpn.gov)
 Be sure your capabilities fit our requirements
 Consider subcontracting opportunities as well as prime contracts
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