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2010 Scott Field Post S.A.M.E. Louisville District Brief. Dewey Rissler Chief, Air Force Support Section Louisville District August 25, 2010. Agenda. Who We Are Civil Works Program Project Highlights, History, & Outlook Military Program Project Highlights, History, & Outlook

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louisville district brief

2010 Scott Field Post S.A.M.E.

Louisville District Brief

Dewey Rissler

Chief, Air Force Support Section

Louisville District

August 25, 2010

agenda
Agenda
  • Who We Are
  • Civil Works Program Project Highlights, History, & Outlook
  • Military Program Project Highlights, History, & Outlook
  • ARRA Execution/Opportunities
  • Small Business
  • Contracts: Doing Business with LRL
  • Questions/Discussion
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FY 10 Military Program

FY 10 Louisville District Programs

$218.66M (13.94%)

$61.1M (3.89%)

BRAC

29 Projects

$411.8M (35.85%)

MILCON

60 Projects

$851.5M (68.15%)

$1.29B (82.17%)

Total Military Program: $ 1.29B

Total District Business - $1.57B

FY 10 Civil Works Program

FY 10 Military Environmental Program

O &M $78.27M (35.80%)

GI

$770.6K (0.35%)

CG

$139.62M (63.85%)

Total Military Environmental Program: $61.1M

Total Civil Works Program: $218.66M

civil program

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Military Program

Military Installations

  • Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois,
  • Ohio, Michigan
  • 306,000 Square Miles
  • 7 Army
  • 6 BRAC
  • 5 Air Force
  • 3 DOD
  • National PM USAR
  • National PM USAFR
  • National PM DLA Strategic Materials (Formerly National PM DNSP)
lrl arra program
LRL ARRA Program

As of 16 July 2010

good to great initiative
Good to Great Initiative
  • USACE initiative, based on Jim Collins’ Good to Great
  • Application to our Small Business Partners:
    • Get the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, and the right people in the key seats
        • Safety performance
        • CCASS, ACASS, and CPARS database performance ratings
        • Matching capacity and specialty skills with the requirements
    • Confront the brutal facts and the hedgehog concept
        • Small business contracts stimulate the economy
        • DA assigned small business goals
        • Army moving towards larger contracts requiring larger capacity*
        • $10M threshold guideline for small business
    • Culture of discipline and flywheel momentum
        • Stay on top of schedules, budget, and quality
        • Say what you will do, then do what you say
louisville district commander s goals
Louisville District Commander’s Goals
  • Strengthen our People and Processes
    • Exceed DoD small business goals to provide more opportunities for success
    • Partnership / mentorship with small businesses
      • DoD Mentor Protégé Program
  • Refine Program Execution
    • Selection of best qualified small business
    • Remain consistent in our processes but continuously look for ways to improve
  • Increase Customer Satisfaction
    • Deliver a quality product on time, within budget, and with no lost time accidents
new safety initiative
New Safety Initiative
  • Safety Evaluation Factors
    • Contract Types:
      • LPTA
      • Best Value/Trade Off
    • Factors:
      • Safety Performance and Record
        • DART / EMR supporting paperwork
      • Safety Initiatives and Certifications
        • Narrative on safety programs, certifications, awards, etc.
        • Not a copy of the safety plan
    • Impacts to Small & New Businesses
    • Pay close attention to submission and evaluation criteria
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Contracts

Points of Contact

Civil Works Contracts:

Joanne Milo (502.315.7460)

Military Contracts:

Darrell Nation (502.315.6800)

ARRA Contracts:

Joanne Milo (502.315.7460)

Operations & Maintenance Contracts:

Dave Liagre (502.315.6718)

www.fedbizopps.gov

www.fedteds.gov

Search on W912QR%

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Questions/Discussion

Serving our Military and the Nation

www.lrl.usace.army.mil