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    3. 3 CEK Mission Forge the contract capabilities and deliver services to sustain, restore and modernize installation & contingency operations, and infrastructure. Product Lines Contingency Support (AFCAP) S/R&M Execution Utilities Privatization Execution

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    5. 5 AFCESA FLIGHT BACKGROUND 325th CONS provided contract support to AFCESA prior to AETC/AFCESA MOA Increased workload prompts AETC CONS to assume AFCESAs contract support Dec 04 AFCESA and AETC entered into MOA AETC CONS provided initial AFCAP & S/R&M contract support from Dec 04 May 05 Jan 05 AFCESA, AFCEE, & AETC CONS enter MOA authorizing decentralized ordering to support S/R&M mission May 05 AFCESA Support Flight initial stand-up Nov 05 AETC CONS awards six AFCAP contracts; transferred to AFCESA Support Flight Jul 07 AFCESA Realigns AETC CONS and AFCAP/SRM Under One AFCESA Directorate (CEK)

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    7. 7 Contract Award Procedures AFCESA PMs work with base customer to define requirement and finalize contract package AETC CONS/LGCT Issues RFP to all Contractors Unless Exempted by Urgency Only one Capable Source Meet Minimum Logical Follow-on 45 day award time frame goal for SRM 30 day award time frame goal for AFCAP (24 Hours When Necessary) Time allotted for RFP Questions in most cases Discussions Held if Beneficial to the Government Debriefings Encouraged and Held by Request Protests > $10M effective 28 May 08

    8. 8 Contract Award Procedures Evaluation Factors (BEST VALUE) Technical Approach/Capability Schedule Past Performance Ongoing Task Orders (Color Rating for Contract Review Board) Completed: CCASS/ACASS/CPARS Ratings Critical for Future Awards Cost/Price RFP States Basis of Award and Relative Importance

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    10. 10 AFCAP What is it?

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    12. 12 AFCAP III Scope Disaster Response - Katrina Military Operations Other Than War Small Scale Contingencies Base Operating Support Limited Range Clearance Worldwide Recovery Operations FSTR Support Global War on Terrorism Major Theater War Military Exercises Nation Building Linguist, Iraq Humanitarian Response/Relief - OFDA Studies Political Considerations

    13. 13 AFCAP III Contractors AFCAP Prime Contractors URS URS Group, Inc & Louis Berger Group, Inc, JV DYN DynCorp International, LLC BEC Bechtel National, Inc CH2 CH2M Hill Global Services/KBR, LLC RMS Readiness Management Support, LLC WGI Washington Group International, Inc

    14. 14 AFCAP III CONOPS

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    16. 16 Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (S/R&M)

    17. 17 AFCESA S/R&M Support AE Services - Planning, Design, Const Management Construction Services Infrastructure O&M Task Order Development, Negotiation, Award Task Order Management PM oversight/Title II Funds Management Contract Administration Financial/physical closeout Technical Reach Back Our PMs develop task orders from Concept to Completion, or assume execution responsibility at any level of pre-development. We have access to nearly 60 AEs, and construction companies through existing IDIQ contracts. The customer can select a contractor from our list or we can compete to all contractors more on this later. Assigned PMs will develop the Acquisition Package Construction QAE support includes any combination ranging from periodic PM surveillance to full-time on-site Title II services We manage funds and administer the contract through construction completion and closeout. We provide technical reach back throughout project delivery with support of a comprehensive range of AFCESA subject matter experts more on this later... Our PMs develop task orders from Concept to Completion, or assume execution responsibility at any level of pre-development. We have access to nearly 60 AEs, and construction companies through existing IDIQ contracts. The customer can select a contractor from our list or we can compete to all contractors more on this later. Assigned PMs will develop the Acquisition Package Construction QAE support includes any combination ranging from periodic PM surveillance to full-time on-site Title II services We manage funds and administer the contract through construction completion and closeout. We provide technical reach back throughout project delivery with support of a comprehensive range of AFCESA subject matter experts more on this later...

    18. 18 S/R&M Support Business Model Responsive & Flexible Alternative for Air Force Execution Support! Synergy of S/R&M-related technical subject matter expertise Host of proven contractors, readily available worldwide Integrated contracting capability accelerated acquisition Low 2.5% fee (4.5% for DESC) Our business model is centered on unequalled responsiveness and flexibility we pride ourselves on quality delivery of SRM requirements under the most challenging constraints of time and project definition. AFCESA brings unequalled value to SRM execution through a synergy of technical SMEs and seasoned project managers, with ready access to an array of proven contractors, via an integrated contracting function, for a fee of only 2.5% of const cost. Our business model is centered on unequalled responsiveness and flexibility we pride ourselves on quality delivery of SRM requirements under the most challenging constraints of time and project definition. AFCESA brings unequalled value to SRM execution through a synergy of technical SMEs and seasoned project managers, with ready access to an array of proven contractors, via an integrated contracting function, for a fee of only 2.5% of const cost.

    19. 19 SRM Contract Vehicles Decentralized Ordering Authority from AFCEE for WERC, DBP03, ECOS, 4PAE08, POL AE SATOC replaces AFCEEs WERC, DBP03, and ECOS for AFCESA AFCESA will continue to use POL and 4PAE08 for AE services

    20. 20 S/R&M Acquisition & Task Order Contract (SATOC) Multiple Construction Delivery Methods Turnkey, Design-Build, Traditional Construction 18 contractors including small business 8(a), Hubzone, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Bus Program Ceiling 5 year basic ($4B), 5 option years Based on forecast for FY06-FY10 S/R&M Program Flexibility for unknown (unpredictable) disaster response/contingencies Contractors School scheduled for 9 May 08 Upon award of SATOC the AFCEE WERC contracts will no longer be used by AFCESA. Title I/II A-E services will continue to be supported via the AFCEE 4P-AE contracts and Fuels A&E contracts Full & Open INNOVATIVE TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS, INC (ITS) JACOBS (JAC) PARSONS (PAR) PERINI CORP (PER) TOLTEST, INC (TOL) AMEC EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL (AMC) CDM/CAPE (CDM) CH2M-HILL (CH2) EARTH TECH (EAR) ECC (ECC) 8A BARLOVENTO (BAR)-8A J2 ENGINEERING, INC (J2E)-8A NORTH WIND, INC (NOR)-8A SEI GROUP, INC (SEI)-8A Hub Zone CHARTER ENVIRONMENTAL (CHA)-8A, HUBZONE SDVOSB DWG & ASSOCIATES (DWG)-8A, SDVOSBUpon award of SATOC the AFCEE WERC contracts will no longer be used by AFCESA. Title I/II A-E services will continue to be supported via the AFCEE 4P-AE contracts and Fuels A&E contracts Full & Open INNOVATIVE TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS, INC (ITS) JACOBS (JAC) PARSONS (PAR) PERINI CORP (PER) TOLTEST, INC (TOL) AMEC EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL (AMC) CDM/CAPE (CDM) CH2M-HILL (CH2) EARTH TECH (EAR) ECC (ECC) 8A BARLOVENTO (BAR)-8A J2 ENGINEERING, INC (J2E)-8A NORTH WIND, INC (NOR)-8A SEI GROUP, INC (SEI)-8A Hub Zone CHARTER ENVIRONMENTAL (CHA)-8A, HUBZONE SDVOSB DWG & ASSOCIATES (DWG)-8A, SDVOSB

    21. 21 SATOC Contractors AMEC CDM Constructors Inc CH2M-Hill Earthtech Inc. ECC Innovative Technical Solutions Jacobs Government Services Parsons Perini Corp Toltest North Wind SEI Group, Inc. Weston Solutions Johnson Controls/Versar Barlovento, LLC J2 Engineering Charter Environmental DWG and Associates

    22. 22 S/R&M Program History FY05 - 172 actions, $129.3M FY06 - 783 actions, $348.2M FY07 783 actions, $329.6M FY08 246 actions, $40.6M (thru 2nd Qtr)

    23. 23 AF S/R&M Support Policy AF/A7C letter of 12 Mar 08

    24. 24 AFCESAs S/R&M Core Competencies

    25. 25 AFCEE or AFCESA? AF Maintenance, Repair, and Construction (EEIC 52X) General architectural renovation AFCEE Minor construction AFCEE Infrastructure and building systems AFCESA MFH Maintenance, Repair, and Construction (EEIC 72X) AFCEE DESC-funded POL Maintenance, Repair, Construction Air Force installations: AFCESA and AFCEE Non AF: AFCEE Not Sure? Just call well sort it out with AFCEE

    26. 26 FY08 EOY Guidance Local resources should be first choice (SABER, IDIQ, local acquisition) Approx 260 new task order capacity subject to: First come first served Project fit with AFCESA competencies and contract vehicles <$500K construction and <$75K AE strongly discouraged exceptions case by case Construction requirements by 1 Aug exceptions case by case with increasing risk of not awarding AE requirements by 15 Aug - exceptions case by case with increasing risk of not awarding Straddle A - considered sufficient funds assurance Straddle B - case by case based on cost and MAJCOM priority AFCESA receipt of funds NLT 24 Sep will accept after with increasing risk of no FY award EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF REQUIREMENTS ENSURES SMOOTHEST PATH TO SUCCESS!

    27. 27 Projected Workload/Projects Expect a robust FY08 S/R&M program Significant upswing in DESC S/R&M support for FY08+ Possible central management of denial barrier installations Charleston runway replacement McConnell airfield pavements Andrews AFB straddle program Andersen AFB airfield pavements Major EOY posturing across the MAJCOMs Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP) MILCON-funded program for construction of new, high-efficiency energy systems & modernization of existing systems Considering centralize ECIP execution at AFCESA

    28. 28 Q&A