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Presentation to the Little Rock SAME Small Business Symposium by LTC Mark Jernigan Deputy Commander, New Orleans District April 28, 2009. Agenda. Overview & Budget Civil Works Contracts Studies / Projects Doing Business with Us. MN. ND. MI. WI. MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL. DUBUQUE.

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Presentation

to the

Little Rock SAME

Small Business Symposium

by

LTC Mark Jernigan

Deputy Commander, New Orleans District

April 28, 2009

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Agenda

  • Overview & Budget
  • Civil Works Contracts
  • Studies / Projects
  • Doing Business with Us
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MN

  • ND

MI

WI

MINNEAPOLIS

ST. PAUL

DUBUQUE

IA

ROCK ISLAND

IL

IN

KS

ST. LOUIS

KY

  • 2,800 miles of navigable channel
  • 14,500 miles of coastline
  • 973 MR&T miles of levees
  • 325 miles of hurricane levees
  • 18 locks and control structures
  • 15 pumping plants
  • 13 recreation areas

MO

CAIRO

OK

AR

TN

MEMPHIS

LITTLE ROCK

AL

VICKSBURG

SHREVEPORT

LA

JACKSON

TX

MS

BATON ROUGE

NEW ORLEANS

New Orleans District

operationalized regional interdependent business model
Operationalized Regional Interdependent Business Model

2011

  • Regional:
  • -Culture
  • -Program Development/Delivery
  • -Workforce Management
  • -Acquisition Strategy

Efficiently and Effectively Focus Resources of Entire Region on Project Delivery

2009

  • Regional:
  • -Platform
  • -Processes
  • -Rates
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New Orleans District

FY 2009 Program Regular Civil Works

($ Millions)

Operations

& Maintenance

(O&M)

$115

Mississippi River

& Tributaries

(MR&T)

$102

General Investigations

(GI)

$13.8

Construction

General

(CG)

$11.9

General Regulatory

$6

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New Orleans District

FY 2009 Program Regular Civil Works

Supplemental Funds

($ Millions)

FCCE

$115

Operations

& Maintenance

(O&M)

$150

Mississippi River

& Tributaries

(MR&T)

$38.8

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American Recovery andReinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009

  • Several waterways, locks and navigation structures have been identified to potentially receive ARRA funds in FY09.
  • If projects are approved, these funds will be used for dredging and non-dredging contracts.
  • HQ is currently reviewing ARRA funding and will determine which projects receive ARRA funds.
  • Additional funding anticipated for construction projects.
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TOTAL APPROPRIATED HSDRRS FUNDS: $14.3 Billion

$1,126 M

$1,300 M

$800 M

$1,538 M

$659 M

$804 M

$1,203 M

$3,642 M

$629 M

$340 M

$671 M

$1,626 M

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Agenda

  • Overview & Budget
  • Civil Works Contracts
  • Studies / Projects
  • Doing Business with Us
slide10

HSDRRS Civil WorksPRO & HPO in FY 09 & FY 10

  • Contracts
    • 53 complete
    • 62 ongoing
    • 161 pre-award

To date in FY 09 $250M awarded to Small Business

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Regular Civil Works

  • Over 75 contracts planned for advertisement FY 09 & similar in FY 10
  • 30 contracts advertised awaiting conditional triggers
  • FY 09 Program for Regular Civil Works $268 million
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Agenda

  • Overview & Budget
  • Civil Works Contracts
  • Studies / Projects
  • Doing Business with Us
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One scheduled contract Award FY 09

Phoenix to Bohemia

Mississippi River Levee System (MR&T)

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Lake Pontchartrain & Vicinity (PRO)

Hurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

  • Upcoming contracts
    • Jefferson Parish
      • Levees
        • 4 in FY 09
        • 3 In FY 10
      • Fronting Protection
        • 3 in FY 09
      • Floodwalls/gates
        • 1 in FY 09
        • 4 In FY 10

Reach 5 (Feb 09)

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Lake Pontchartrain & Vicinity (PRO)

Hurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

  • Upcoming Contracts
  • St. Charles Parish
      • Levees
        • 1 in FY 09
        • 3 In FY 10
      • Floodwalls
        • 2 in FY 09
        • 2 In FY 10
      • Drainage Structures
        • 1 in FY 09
        • 2 In FY 10

Reach 2A (Apr 09)

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West Bank & VicinityHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

  • 11 ongoing contracts
  • 24 contracts scheduled for award in FY 09
  • 21 contracts anticipated for award in FY 10
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West Bank & VicinityHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (cont’d)

  • Upcoming contracts
    • Jefferson Parish
      • Levees

FY 09 – 4

FY 10 – 4

      • Fronting Protection

FY 09 – 5

FY 10 – 4

      • Floodwalls/floodgates

FY 09 – 5

FY 10 - 1

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West Bank & VicinityHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (cont’d)

  • Upcoming contracts
    • Orleans Parish
      • Fronting Protection

FY 09 – 2

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West Bank & VicinityHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (cont’d)

  • Upcoming contracts
    • Plaquemines Parish
      • Levees

FY 09 – 0

FY 10 – 6

      • Fronting Protection

FY 09 – 3

FY 10 – 0

      • Floodwalls/floodgates

FY 09 – 2

FY 10 - 3

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West Bank & VicinityHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (cont’d)

  • Upcoming contracts
    • St Charles Parish
      • Levees

FY 09 – 2

FY 10 – 1

      • Floodwalls/floodgates

FY 09 – 1

FY 10 - 2

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Hurricane Protection OfficeHurricane Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

  • Upcoming contracts
      • Levees

FY 09 – 3

FY 10 – 2

      • Floodwalls/Floodgates

FY 09 – 8

FY 10 – 7

      • Fronting Protection

FY 09 – 0

FY 10 – 1

      • Ramp Raises

FY 09 – 0

FY 10 – 1

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Southeast Louisiana (SELA)Urban Flood Damage Risk Reduction

  • Six FY 09 contracts
    • Orleans Parish – 3
    • Jefferson Parish – 3
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Southeast Louisiana (SELA)Urban Flood Damage Risk Reduction

  • Seven FY 10 contracts
    • Orleans Parish – 3
    • Jefferson Parish – 4
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Operations & MaintenanceDredging Contracts FY 2009

  • More than 25 O&M Dredging Contracts in FY09
    • Most are annual contracts that will be repeated in FY10
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Operations & MaintenanceNon-Dredging Contracts FY 09

  • Over 40 Contracts anticipated for award in 2009
    • Some of which will continue into FY 10
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Agenda

  • Overview & Budget
  • Civil Works Contracts
  • Studies / Projects
  • Doing Business with Us
2007 sba national awards
Frances Perkins Vanguard Award: Awarded for federal buying activity excellence in the use of women-owned small business as prime contractors and subcontractors.2007 SBA National Awards

Gold Star Award: National level award for exhibiting exemplary performance in pursuit of aggressive goals and strategic initiatives that help ensure increased small business participation in the federal marketplace.

crystal award
The Crystal Award recognized federal agencies within the Louisiana District that exhibit exemplary performance in pursuit of aggressive goals and strategic initiatives that help ensure increased small business participation in the federal marketplace

New Orleans District awarded SBA Crystal Award for 3rd consecutive year

New Orleans District has awarded $312 M to small business in FY 08, with $101 M being awarded to Small Disadvantaged Businesses

Crystal Award

NEED TO UPDATE PICTURE

for more information on new orleans district small business opportunities
Edward (Ned) Foley

Deputy for Small Business Programs

(504) 862-2885

Edward.e.foley@usace.army.mil

Michelle Lappen

Procurement Analyst

(504) 862-2627

Michelle.y.lappen@usace.army.mil

Jim Barr

Chief, Contracting Division

(504) 862-2865

Jim.barr@usace.army.mil

For more information on New Orleans District Small Business Opportunities…

Contact:

Visit:

District Small Business

http://www.mvn.usace.army.mil/sb/index.asp

District Contract Information

http://www.mvn.usace.army.mil/ebs/

HSDRRS Contract Information

http://www.mvn.usace.army.mil/hps/hps_contract_info.html