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The Fort Meade Regional Growth

Management Committee (RGMC)

Working Within the Region To Transform Fort Meade Growth Impacts Into Opportunities

November 2010


Key points
Key Points

  • Fort Meade is a dominant economic force

  • in the region.

  • The Fort Meade Region will be the epi-center

  • of the Cyberspace and Information Assurance

  • Industries.

  • The RGMC mission is to prepare the region for

  • the impacts and opportunities generated by

  • Fort Meade growth.

  • We Work For You!


Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) In Maryland

5 Installations Gain Workforce

Source: LGS Transportation Committee



Fort Meade Regional Growth Management Committee (RGMC)

Executive Committee

County, City & Installation

Executives

Impacts

&

Opportunities

Relevant

&

Actionable

Information

Regional

Coordination

Team

Fort Meade Regional Growth

Management Committee

  • OEA

  • Subcabinet

  • MMIC

  • Local Govt Committee

  • State Staff

  • Focus Areas

  • Transportation

  • Workforce

  • EMS

  • Family Support

Anne Arundel

County

Baltimore

County

Carroll

County

Fort Meade

Howard

County

Montgomery

County

NSA

Prince George’s

County

Queen Anne’s

County

Talbot

County

Baltimore

City

City of

Laurel

Non

Governmental

Organizations

DISA

DMA

ADJ




Fort george g meade information
Fort George G. Meade Information

  • 41,000 Military, Government Service civilian and contractor employees (4th largest installation workforce in the Army)

  • 5,400 Acres

  • 85 Tenant Organizations

  • 15,000 Residents

  • 35,000 Vehicles a day

  • 2,300 Family Units

  • $ 1.1 Billion of construction in progress, w/o NSA or Cyber Command

  • 5.8 Million Square Feet of NSA expansion in planning ($ 4-5 Billion)

  • Over $18 Billion a year into the state economy


Fort Meade Drives Job Growth (07 through 15)KDM

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Fort meade growth impact on jobs and households
Fort Meade GrowthImpact on Jobs and Households


Defense Information Systems Agency

  • 4,272 Personnel/Positions (2010)

    • 392 Military

    • 2,407 Government Civilians

    • 1,473 Imbedded Contractors

    • 2.5 to 3.0 Contractor “Tail”

  • Program Amount: $441,673,000

  • Delivery Method: Design-Build (MT)

  • Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture

  • Building Contractor: Hensel-Phelps

  • Description: 1,070,515 SF administrative space; multi-story facilities in campus setting; shared IT ductbank with DMA

  • Move:

  • Issue Transfer of Function Letters: Oct 2009

  • Move into Command Building: Jan 2011

  • Complete Relocation: July 2011


Defense Media Activities

  • Combining AFRT, DOD Imaging archiving, Hometown News Service, Public Web infrastructure, Stars and Stripes into One Location

  • 663 Personnel/Positions (2008 and 2011)

    • 217 Military

    • 315 Government Civilians

    • 132 Imbedded Contractors

  • Defense Information School Students from 3,200 to 4,000

  • Program Amount: ~$61,000,000

  • Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT)

  • Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture

  • Building Contractor: Hensel-Phelps

  • Complete Move: July 2011

  • Description: 185,870 SF administrative space; televideo/media production centers; multi-story facility; shared IT ductbank with DISA

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Adjudication Activities Collocation

Collocating adjudication, personnel security and hearing and appeals support across DoD for military, civilian, contractor and other personnel as directed.

759 Personnel/Positions (2010)

Program Amount: ~$82,000,000

Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build (MT)

Architect/Engineer: HSMM/HOK Joint Venture

Building Contractor: Skanska USA Building, Inc

Complete Move: August 2011

Description: 151,978 SF administrative/SCIF space for adjudication activities from the four services and DoD; multi-story facility

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Fort George G. Meade Growth

Barracks Upgrade-1

DINFOS Expansion-2

Admin Bldg Upgrade-3

Asymmetrical WF Upgrade-4

Wounded Warrior-5

902 MI Brigade-6

N

B

P

EUL

D

I

S

A

C

C

NSA

Expansion

D

M

A

NSA

A

D

J

6

5

2

1

3

ASW 4


CYBERCOMMAND

DOD Cyberspace definition: A global domain within the information environment consisting of the interdependent network of information technology infrastructures, including the Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, and embedded processors and controllers.


Cyber Command Mission

  • USCYBERCOM will fuse the DOD’s full spectrum of cyberspace operations and will plan, coordinate, integrate, synchronize, and conduct activities to:

  •  Lead day-to-day defense and protection of DoD information networks

  • Coordinate DoD operations providing support to military missions

  • Direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense information networks

  • Prepare to, and when directed, conduct full spectrum military cyberspace operations

  • Centralize command of cyberspace operations……..


Cyber points
Cyber Points

Cyber Points

  • Internet owned by private sector

  • Military Networks rely upon commercial networks 90% of the time

  • 85% of all military logistics transactions on the internet

  • Cyber-related supply chain (products) a major issue

  • Small businesses and Cyber

    • Absolutely need small business expertise

    • IT acquisition process broken

    • Sanitize requirements, declassify requests for proposals

  • Build improved Cyber Eco-system

  • 6 million attacks on the defense nets each day

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Cyber command organization
Cyber Command Organization

Commander Strategic Command

Commander CYBERCOMMAND

Headquarters

Director NSA/

Central Security Service

Title 10 (Armed Forces)

Title 50 (National Intelligence)

Coast Guard

CYBER

704TH MI Brigade

(Army)

MARFOR CYBER

NSA/CSS

Navy Information Operations Cmd

24th USAF

DISA

Marine Combat Support Battalion

FLTCYBERCOM

10TH FLEET

70th Intelligence Wing (USAF)

ARFORCYBER

NETCOM

Irst IOC

INSCOM


Two-Part Transportation StrategyLimit growth in traffic volume while expanding capacity at a few key highway segments and intersections

Roadway Capacity

  • Focus limited funding on a few key projects in and around Fort Meade

  • Prepare traffic management program to be ready for 2011 surge

Demand Management

  • Establish agency-sponsored transportation demand management (TDM) program

  • Address both short-term and long-term need / opportunity

    • RGMC Transportation Strategy

    • Transportation Management MOU


$600 Million +

Shortfall in Road CapacityMeade Coordination Zone highways currently at capacity in peak periods; planned increases in highway capacity will not close gap

PRELIMINARY

Source: RGMC Staff Analysis


Key projects for completion by 2011 total cost in the range of 45 90m
Key Projects for Completion by 2011Total cost in the range of $45 - $90M

External Project

Internal Project

  • Upgrade Rockenbach / Disney Intersections ($28M - $32M)

  • Widen MD-175 from MD-295 to Rockenbach Road ($6M - $50M)

  • Build New Rockenbach Access Control Point ($7M – MILCON)

  • Upgrade Rockenbach / Cooper Intersection ($1.2M – MILCON)

DISA Site


Tdm goals and principles
TDM Goals and Principles

GOAL: Increase use of MOV to restrain 2012 use of SOV during peak period to a level no greater than that of 2009

Principles

  • Include all agencies/tenants at Fort Meade

  • Include Government Contractors

  • Include all possible modes of transport and alternatives

  • Agencies best positioned to set their own goals

  • Employee Incentives

  • Public-Private Partnership


Subscription bus concept make equipment service features and incentives competitive with sov
Subscription Bus ConceptMake equipment, service, features and incentives competitive with SOV

  • Tailor service to group needs

  • Build relationships with colleagues

  • Make travel time productive time

  • Arrive at destination fresh and alert

  • Experience improvement in quality of life

  • Reduce commuting costs / fuel consumption / carbon footprint

  • Avoid investment in peak roadway capacity


BRAC Business Initiative (BBI)

Small Businesses

Subcontractors

Sub-Contractors

Major Defense Contractors

Fort Meade

Agencies

Transparency

BBI Participants

21 Test Companies

1,000 Partner Companies

8,000 Contacts on Distribution

Executive Advisory Group Congressman Cummings

County Executive Ulman

HCC Pres. Kate Hetherington


Bbi mission statement
BBI Mission Statement

The BRAC Business Initiative (BBI) will actively engage in defining the environment, identifying the obstacles and documenting specific actions required by small businesses desiring to do work with the Department of Defense and/or supporting contractors. The BBI will provide the small and minority businesses of the Fort Meade Region with a living “terrain map” that clearly illustrates the opportunities and the obstacles imbedded in the Fort Meade contracting environment.


Why the brac business initiative
Why the BRAC Business Initiative

  • Need to connect the dots between small business goals and capabilities and Ft Meade contracting opportunities

  • Need to identify responsibilities and establish accountability (without “gotcha tactics”)

  • Initial review indicates lack of effective transparency in the Fort Meade Region defense contracting environment

  • Predominance of available information on the Fort Meade Region contracting environment is anecdotal

  • Anecdotes cannot substantiate the needs of businesses or produce effective decision support information for leaders


Bbi serves businesses 1 000

BBI Serves Businesses (1,000)

  • Responsive and Accountable to Business Needs

  • “Match Up” Database/Small Business Clearing House

  • Structured/Functional Networking

  • Education and Awareness

  • Comprehensive “End to End” Assistance

    • Match Making: Buyer/Sellers/Partnerships

    • Meeting Space for Members

    • Functional Groups

    • Brown Bag Educational Sessions

    • Database Access



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