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OPERATIONAL CONTRACT SUPPORT UPDATE 3 MARCH 2010. HEADQUARTERS US AFRICA COMMAND STUTTGART, GERMANY MR MARION RYBARCZYK DSN 314-421-3818. AFRICOM OCS UPDATE – 4 MARCH 2010. PLANS / EXERCISES. PUBLICATIONS / INSTRUCTIONS. OCS INSTRUCTION PUBLISHED SPOT INSTRUCTION PUBLISHED

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africom ocs update 4 march 2010
AFRICOM OCS UPDATE – 4 MARCH 2010

PLANS / EXERCISES

PUBLICATIONS / INSTRUCTIONS

  • OCS INSTRUCTION PUBLISHED
  • SPOT INSTRUCTION PUBLISHED
  • PSC INSTRUCTION IN DRAFT
  • SMALL TEAM INSTRUCTION IN DRAFT
  • 5 CONPLAN ANNEX W’S COMPLETED
  • 1 CONPLAN ANNEX W IN DRAFT NOW
  • 1 CONPLAN ANNEX W TO BE DRAFTED SPRING 2010
  • OCS INPUT PROVIDED TO 2 OPORD
  • OCS INPUT PROVIDED FOR EXERCISES
  • OCS IN JUDICIOUS RESPONSE
  • * NOTE: COMPONENT ANNEX W’S NOT CURRENTLY REQUIRED

OTHER ISSUES

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

  • IT’S AFRICA
  • PHASE 0 OPERATIONS AND STRATEGIC APPROACH
  • INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION
  • NEWLY ESTABLISHED COMPONENTS
  • - LIMITED ORGANIC CONTRACTING CAPABILITY
  • NO ASSIGNED FORCES / RFF DEPENDANT
  • TYRANNY OF TIME AND DISTANCE
  • ADAPTIVE LOGISTICS NETWORK (ALN) SOLUTIONS
  • REPRESENTATIVE MONTHLY ACTIVITY SNAPSHOT
  • (130 ENGAGEMENTS / 40 COUNTRIES / 6 MEMBER TEAM)
  • JAMMS
  • OCS WEB PORTAL
  • GAO INPUT
  • FIRST CONTRACTING CONFERENCE HELD JUL’09
  • - FY10 CONTRACTING CONFERENCE
  • INPUT PROVIDED TO WEEKLY AFRICOM LOG WORKING GROUP AND QUARTERLY AFRICOM COMPONENT LOG CONFERENCE
  • 1 JOCS PLANNER ASSIGNED
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AFRICOM COMPONENT CCSA

CONTRACTING SUPPORT DESIGNATION

  • ISSUE: Implementing guidance not clear in delineating component contracting support
  • DISCUSSION POINTS:
  • - Service plans unclear on intent to source organic support
  • - OSD timeline to ID CCSA designation for Africa and SOCAF unknown
  • DOD leveraging of DoS & interagency contracting capability on the continent necessary to meet mission requirements and preclude adverse impacts
  • INTENDED OUTCOME: Fully resourced components
  • (CCSA – Combatant Command Support Agent)
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AFRICOM USE OF DEPT OF STATE

CONTRACTING SUPPORT ON THE CONTINENT

  • ISSUE: Improved processes needed to allow utilization of existing DoS contracting capability on the continent
  • DISCUSSION POINTS:
  • - Vendor support on the continent is limited
  • Closer collaboration would preclude competition among multiple agencies
  • DoS / DOD collaboration/coordination needed to better support small team missions on the continent
  • Cross use of interagency umbrella contracts would better utilize U.S. gov’t resources (ie, DoS & AFRICAP)
  • Consistent contractor USG relationship
  • Contracting issues flow between DoS and DOD
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AFRICOM USE OF DEPT OF STATE

CONTRACTING SUPPORT ON THE CONTINENT

INTENDED OUTCOME: Closer collaboration would result in reduced overall Whole of Government cost and preclude DOD units from adversely impacting local markets for short term needs. DOD / DOS MOU would ensure a better working relationship for both sides.

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AFRICOM OTHER ISSUES

  • Unauthorized commitments currently flow to OSD Senior Executive through his staff to the COCOM – can we improve to push issues to lowest levels as appropriate
  • 100% RRF units going to a theater without “Theater Enablers”
  • Consistency in support from contracting agencies
  • Contingency vs. Expeditionary in relations to local conditions
  • Contracting or sourcing
  • Timeline … It’s Africa
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