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Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSAs) Information Briefing For ADC Boot Camp 5 August 2013 Ivan G. Bolden Privatization and Partnerships Division. NDAA 13, Section 331.

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Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSAs)

Information Briefing

For

ADC Boot Camp

5 August 2013

Ivan G. Bolden

Privatization and Partnerships Division

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NDAA 13, Section 331

  • H 4310 NDAA 2013, authorizes military installations to enter into Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSA) with State and Local Governments to provide, receive, or share installation-support services if determined be in the best interests of the Department.
  • IGSA (aka Public-Public Partnerships) characteristics include:
    • Ability to sole-source with public entities
    • May use wage grades normally paid by State or local governments
    • - Enhancing mission effectiveness
    • Creating efficiencies and economies of scale by reducing costs
    • - Army or municipality must already provide the service
    • Excludes security guard or fire-fighting functions
  • Partnership agreements not to exceed 5 years

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Multi-phased Intergovernmental Agreement (IGSA) Strategy

  • Phase I: ASA IE&E issued IGSA directive (24 Jun 13)
  • Phase II: ACSIM issues EXORD to ACOM/DRUs
          • EXORD issued as interim Army IGSA guidance
  • Phase III: ACSIM evaluates universe of IGSAs
        • Initiates Pilots
        • Develops lessons learned
  • Phase IV: Codify and promulgate IGSA Guidance

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Phase I: Issue IGSA Directive

  • Directive signed by ASA IE&E on 24 Jun 13
  • Installations to “seek out public-public partnerships to maximize cost savings and cost avoidance through shared services”
  • Every installation to “evaluate opportunities and dialogue with State and local governments to identify opportunities for shared services”
phase ii issue exord
Phase II: Issue EXORD
  • Benchmark existing partnerships and those currently “in the pipeline”
      • Establish benchmark for partnerships existing prior to NDAA 13
      • Assess for possible Best Practices & identify functional categories
      • Identify mechanisms used to establish partnerships (e.g., MOUs, MOAs)
    • Initiate pilots to assess various scenarios/challenges to implementing IGSAs
      • Pilot sites chosen from IMCOM, AMC, MEDCOM, USAR, ARNG
    • Direct coordination through legal, contracting & small business POCs during proposal development

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Phase III: Evaluate IGSAs (Partnerships)

  • ACSIM evaluates universe of existing IGSAs
  • Initiates pilots
  • Develops lessons learned
  • ACSIM review portfolio of pilot IGSAs at 6 and12 months after the EXORD issued
    • Detect trends
    • Ascertain progress
    • Prepare joint service newsletter on IGSA Best Practices
    • Assess conditions for delegation of partnership approval authority
  • Consider future options for joint service, regional partnerships
  • Develop IGSA report in response to SASC Language (anticipated) in NDAA FY14

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phase iv codify and promulgate igsa guidance
Phase IV: Codify and Promulgate IGSA Guidance
  • Establish clear definitions of approval tiers
      • Possible addition of dollar threshold values applied to approval levels
  • Establish metrics, progress reporting, and oversight process
  • Pending no major Legislative, Acquisition, Small Business or Finance and Accounting problems, will codify and promulgate further guidance in FY14

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Challenges

  • Ensure that there is a methodology to promote fairness in dealing with multiple communities that exist outside of each Army installation/site
  • Ensure that all IGSAs have a solid business case analysis
  • Ensure that Army balances the desire for efficiencies with Small Business contracting goals
  • Per OGC, ensure that Army is protected from undue liabilities
  • Ensure that Communities can receive payment from Army in a reasonable timeframe
  • Ensure a common understanding of the IGSA process by local Contracting Offices and SJAs.

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Summary

  • To accelerate use of IGSAs, will consider maximum delegation of approval authority, when appropriate, and balance with risk
  • We will maintain close ties with other Services to share ideas
  • and lessons learned
  • If changes in guidance, policy, regulation or law are required, will rely on the ARSTAF to proactively address them

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