Maryland Industry Day - DBIA Mid

Report
The Baltimore District
USACE MATOC Industry Day
Conference Center at the Maritime Institute
692 Maritime Boulevard
November 18, 2013
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
US Army Corps of Engineers
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Corps of Engineers Mission Areas
Flood Wall in Wyoming Valley Levee System
Defense Logistics Agency Solar Wall
U.S. Central Command, Afghanistan
Fort Detrick Navy Bio-Lab
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Department of Defense Mission Support
Defense Distribution Susquehanna
Ft. Belvoir Northern Regional Medical Command
Walter Reed Military Advance Training Center
Utah Data Center
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U.S. Army Mission Support
Fort Detrick Emergency Services Center
U.S. Army Automotive Technology Evaluation Facility
U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
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USACE Workforce Projection
Leverage Personnel Resources
through partnering/contracting with
Private Sector
~300,000
Construction
Contractors on
any given day
~600
Uniformed
Military
Essentially Unlimited Capability
Perform 100% of Civil Works & Military
Construction
~37,000 Government
Employees
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USACE Command Boundaries
Great Lakes &
Ohio River
Division
Seattle
Portland
Walla
Walla
North
Atlantic
Division
New
England
Northwestern Division
St. Paul
Buffalo
Detroit
New York
Rock
Island
Omaha
Sacramento
San
Francisco
South Pacific Division
Tulsa
Los
Angeles
Albuquerque
St.
Louis
Kansas City
Southwestern
Division
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Honolulu
Pacific Ocean
Division
LEGEND:
Engineer Commands
Divisions
District HQ location
Division boundary
Related Centers and
Other Special Missions:
Galveston
Huntsville Engr & Support Center (Chemdemil)
MED-Winchester - Africa, Bosnia, Mid-East
St. Louis District - Archaeology
Philadelphia District - Brokered MILCON
Mobile District - Panama, Puerto Rico, etc
Transatlantic Division – USACE Deployment Center
Norfolk
Louisville
Nashville
Little
Rock
Wilmington
Memphis
Charleston
Atlanta
Vicksburg
Alaska
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Cincinnati
Huntington
Savannah
Mobile
Jacksonville
New Orleans
Mississippi
Valley Division
South Atlantic
Division
Districts Outside the US:
Europe (Germany)
Far East (Korea)
Japan
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Baltimore District Missions
Real Estate
Civil Works
Military Support
Emergency Management
Environmental Services
Interagency Services
Regulatory
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Baltimore District Annual Expenditures
$2,500
Washington Aqueduct
Misc. IIS
Environmental
Civil Works
RSFO
MIL Programs
Millions ($)
$2,000
$1,500
$1,000
$500
$0
FY 02
FY 03
FY 05
FY 06
FY 07
FY 08
FY09
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
FY 14
(forecast)
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FY14 Projected Obligations
Total:
$1.175B
MIL: $447M
SECURE: $505M
IIS: $69M
ENV: $99M
CW: $37.5M
WA: $17.5M
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Military Construction
Replace Defense Distribution Center Headquarters
Ft. Detrick Hazardous Material Storage Building
Ft. Belvoir Sensitive Compartmented Information
Facility
Replace U.S. Army Public Health Command
Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground
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FY14 Regional Support Contracts
North Atlantic Division
 A-E Master Planning Services
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Project Magnitude: Two (2) $10M Contracts
Procurement: Brooks Act
Advertisement: 2nd Quarter
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business
Set Aside
North Atlantic Division Military Boundaries
 Construction MATOC (Baltimore District )
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Project Magnitude: $49M
Procurement Type: Multiple Award Task Order
Contract (MATOC)
Advertisement: 3rd or 4th Quarter FY14
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Set Aside for
Small Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business,
8(a) & HUBZone
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FY14 Nationwide Contracts
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Architecture-Engineering (A-E) Contracts
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Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts
Magnitude: Two (2) Contracts, $49M each
Advertisement: 2nd Quarter and 3rd Quarter of FY 14
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted
South Campus Electrical Utilities
Plant Generator Building
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FY14 Nationwide Contracts
Construction Phase Support Services
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Magnitude: ~$25M
Procurement Type: IDIQ
Advertisement: 2nd Quarter
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: TBD
Commissioning Support A-E
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Project Magnitude: $25M
Procurement Type: IDIQ
Advertisement: 1st Quarter
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted
South Campus Electrical Utilities Plant
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FY14 Nationwide Contracts
Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC)
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Project Magnitude : $103M
Advertisement: 2nd Quarter
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Unrestricted
Typical Task Order Values: $0-$10M
Utah Data Center Earth Work
Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) (2 Awards)
• Project Magnitude : 2 Contracts - $49M Each
• Advertisement: 2nd Quarter
• Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Small Business
• Typical Task Order Values: $0-$5M
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FY14 Nationwide Contracts
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Design-Build Construction (MATOC)
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Project Magnitude: $950M
Procurement: Multiple Award Task Order Contract
Advertisement: 3rd - 4th Quarter FY14
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: Two-Tiered
(Unrestricted & Small Business)
Task Order Values: $10M (Typical Value)
Intelligence Community Campus - Bethesda
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Civil Works
Trend: Stable Program, Emergency Funding Spikes
Hurricane Sandy Debris Removal Process
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FY14 Operations/Civil Works
Construction Multiple Award Task
Order Contract (MATOC)
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Project Magnitude: $20M
Advertisement: 3rd Quarter FY14
Proposed Acquisition Strategy:
Small Business Set Aside
Bainbridge, N.Y. PL84-99 Repairs
Public Law 84-99 Emergency Response Actions
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Environmental Services
Former Frankford Arsenal Remediation
W.R. Grace Building 23 Remediation
Spring Valley Formerly Used Defense Site
Sturgis Decommissioning
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FY14 Radiological Transport & Disposal
Continental U.S.
Multiple Award Radiological Transport &
Disposal (MARTADS)
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Project Magnitude: $100M-$250M
Advertisement: 2nd Quarter FY14
Proposed Acquisition Strategy: TBD
Task Order Values: ~$2M-$10M
Colonie FUSRAP Site, New York
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Multiple Award Military Munitions Services
Continental U.S.
Multiple Award Military Munitions
Services, II (MAMMS, II)
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Project Magnitude: $100M-$250M
Advertise: 3rd Quarter (FY14)
Proposed Acquisition Strategy:
Unrestricted & Small Business
Task Order Values: $2M-$3M
Tobyhanna, P.A. Field Investigation
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We Support Small Business
Small Businesses play key roles in
Baltimore District
Planting Oyster Bars
• Flood Risk Reduction Projects
• Environmental Restoration Projects
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The Office of Small Business
Mission is to offer a level playing
field and help further support the
local economy.
Baltimore District looks to benefit
from expertise and talents from all
businesses.
DC Local Flood Protection Project
http://www.nab.usace.army.mil/Portals/63/docs/SmallBusiness/FY%202014%20Forecast%20of%20Contracting%20Opp
ortunities%20_As%20of%201NOV%202013_.pdf
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Small Business Accomplishments
FY 13
(As of 7 October 2013 )
Category
Dollars
Actual % / Statutory Goal / NAB
Goal
USACE
NAD Goal
Small Business
$183,568,414
29.21%% / 23% / 23%
43.3%
Small
Disadvantaged
$126,328,263
20.10% / 5% / 10%
18%
8(a)
$42,056,552
Women-Owned
$76,322,865
12.14% / 5% / 6%
7%
ServiceDisabled
Veteran-Owned
$15,256,108
2.43% / 3% / 3%
4%
HUBZone
$4,269,480
.68% / 3% / 3%
11%
No specific goal for 8(a) - 8(a) included in
SDB accomplishments
Total Dollars Obligated: $628,504,587
Green - Met both the statutory and USACE NAB SB goal
Amber - Met the statutory goal, but didn’t meet the USACE NAB SB goal
Red - Didn’t meet the statutory or USACE NAB SB goal
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HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH US
 Register in the ‘System for Award Management’ database
at www.sam.gov
 Find our projects on FedBizOpps at www.fbo.gov
 Respond to the solicitation
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Read, understand and comply with all requirements
Write a strong proposal
 Grow your capabilities
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Team with experienced firms to share knowledge
Create effective Prime/Sub and Joint Venture Teams
Request a debriefing at the end of the acquisition
 Understand and comply with bonding requirements for
construction contracts
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Stay in Touch
Baltimore
District
Commander
Col. Trey Jordan [email protected]
Tamika Gray
Mike Rogers
[email protected]
Deputy for
Small Business
[email protected]
Environmental
& Munitions
Design Center
Frank Benvenga [email protected]
Chris Nolta
[email protected]
Randy Winemiller [email protected]
Military
Programs
Civil Programs
Real Property
Services Field
Office
http://about.me/usace.baltimore
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Planned Indefinite Delivery
Order Contracts
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Planned #
Capacity
Indefinite Delivery
Order
Acquisition Contracts
Award
of Awards
($000’s)
Architect / Engineer
Military Multidisciplinary
2
Unrestricted
Military Master Planning
2
WA Multidisciplinary
100,000
FY15/2
Small Business
20,000
FY14/2
4
Unrestricted
10,000
FY14/1
RSFO Multidisciplinary
2
Unrestricted
100,000
FY13/4
RSFO Commissioning
1
Unrestricted
25,000
FY14/2
Value Engineering
2
Unrestricted
9,000
FY14/2
Total
13
Environmental Service
Planned #
of Awards
234,000
Acquisition
Military Munitions re-compete
5
Small Business
Military Munitions re-compete
4
MARTADS
3
Total
12
Capacity
($000’s)
Award
80,000
FY15/1
Unrestricted
160,000
FY15/1
TBD
225,000
FY14/3
465,000
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Indefinite Delivery Order Contracts
Construction
Planned #
of Awards
DB Construction Civil Works
4
Small Business
20,000
FY14/3
DB Construction NAB-wide
Up to 9
8(a)/HZ/SDVOB
49,000
FY14/3
950,000
FY14/4
16,000
FY14/2
103,000
FY14/3
Size
Award
DB Construction NAB/RSFO
CONUS/OCONUS
5
Sole Source SATOC
4
8(a)
Competitive SATOC RSFO
1
Unrestricted
Competitive SATOC RSFO
1
HZ
49,000
FY14/3
Competitive SATOC RSFO
1
SDV
49,000
FY14/3
Total
~5 Unrestricted
~5 Small Business
Capacity
($000’s)
21
Services
1,236,000
Planned #
of Awards
Size
RSFO Construction Phase
Support Services (CPSS)
1
TBD
WA Pumps
1
Unrestricted
Total
2
Capacity
($000’s)
Award
25,000
FY14/3
6,500
FY14/1
31,500
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Feedback & Questions
Session
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Discussion Topics
Compare Single Phase/Step vs. Two Phase/Step Acquisitions
What is the most effective Contractor Pool size for multiple award
task order contracts?
• Does this number change for small and large business?
Should design firms support more than one team in multiple
award contracts?
What selection criteria identify the best contractors?
• Which criteria are most important?
• Use of Sample Project vs. Actual Task Order
How should price be evaluated in making awards?
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