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AFCESA Contract Opportunities Briefing. Mr. Michael Clawson, PE, REM Chief, Contract Support Division 26 July 2011. AFCESA Contract Programs. Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (S/R&M) Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP) Labor Support Utilities Privatization*

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    1. AFCESA Contract Opportunities Briefing Mr. Michael Clawson, PE, REM Chief, Contract Support Division 26 July 2011

    2. AFCESA Contract Programs • Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (S/R&M) • Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP) • Labor Support • Utilities Privatization* • Energy Savings Performance Contracts* *Programs in red not included in this briefing

    3. AFCESA S/R&M Support • A/E 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 Repair Runway Dover AFB

    4. S/R&M Support Business Model • Enable successful execution of complex Air Force S/R&M • Synergy of top Air Force contract management and technical subject matter expertise • Host of proven contractors, readily available worldwide • Integrated contracting capability – accelerated acquisition • Execution enabler for customers Replace Rwy 06/24 McGuire AFB

    5. AFCESA S/R&MCore Competencies • FOA SRM execution is aligned along Core Competencies • AFCESA’s Core Competencies: 5

    6. S/R&M Contract Toolbox Dollars By FY • FY08 - $458.5M • FY09 - $443.0M • FY10 - $395.2M • FY11 – $387M (Projected) • AE Services • 4PAE/08 • 29 contractors • $3B w/ ordering period through Aug 2013 • DCO authority from AFCEE • Construction Services • S/R&M Acquisition Task Order Contract (SATOC) Charleston AFB Runway Repair

    7. S/R&M Acquisition & Task Order Contract (SATOC) • Multiple Construction Delivery Methods • Turnkey, Design-Build, Traditional Construction • 20 contractors including small business • 8(a), Hubzone, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business • Program Ceiling • 5-year basic ($4B), 5 one-year options (total 10 yrs @ $4B) • Based on forecast for FY06-FY10 S/R&M Program • Current Flexibility for unknown (unpredictable) disaster response/contingencies • Awarded May 2008 • Limited DCO Authority issued to other AF Contracting offices

    8. AMEC CDM/CAPE JV CH2M Hill AECOM ECC Innovative Technical Solutions Jacobs Government Services Parsons Tutor Perini Corp MACTEC * SB Toltest *NorthWind *SEI Group, Inc. Weston Solutions Johnson Controls/Versar JV *Barlovento, LLC *J2 Engineering *Charter Environmental *DWG & Associates EQM SATOC Contractors

    9. AFCAPWhat is it? Definition – a contingent contract tool, teaming Government & private industry, providing responsive solutions to National Command Authority challenges - - leveraging greater impact toward meeting urgent demands • Multi-year/vendor, ID/IQ-type contract, for contingencies • Capable of rapid response • Available to support National Command Authority • Awarded 2005, Ends 30 Sep 2015 9

    10. Response SpectrumBroad Range of Capabilities • Installation Support Services • Fill forward gaps • Sustainment • Reconstitution • Bridge home station shortfalls • Contingent Logistics • War reserve materiel augmentation • Vehicles & heavy equipment / leases • Just-in-time supplies / materials • Humanitarian relief support • Expeditionary Construction • Planning, facility hardening • Emergency, disaster/base recovery • Site restoration 10

    11. AFCAP in SWACurrent Locations KAZAKHSTAN Manas GEORGIA KYRGYZSTAN UZBEKISTAN AZERBAIJAN TURKEY TURKMENISTAN TAJIKISTAN Kirkuk CHINA Speicher Balad Bagram Victory Base Complex Taji Jalalabad AFGHANISTAN IRAN Sharana Al Asad Salerno IRAQ Ali Al Salem Kandahar JORDAN Sather Al Jaber PAKISTAN Ali KUWAIT Al Udeid INDIA BAHRAIN SAUDI ARABIA QATAR UAE Al Dhafra OMAN 11

    12. AFCAP DemographicsFiscal Year 2010 Funded amount = $385M, Quantity of actions = 302 Customers by % of $$ Task types by $$ 6% $372.9 $11.3 $0.4 $61.1 $293.1 $22.2 $8.1 16% 3% 97% 76% Customers by qty of actions Task types by qty of actions 10% 13% 85% 80%

    13. Surge Capability Required How Fast? • MISSION: Curb the tide of death & human suffering • Haiti Earthquake; cholera outbreak • human remains pouches • pharmaceuticals • IVs & surgical kits • cholera beds • water purification • Mexico flooding; • kitchen sets • Pakistan flooding; • concrete saws • water purification • blankets, tarpaulins 13

    14. Disaster ResponseAF Needs & Response to Civil Authorities • Elevated tornado season • Hurricane season starts 1 June • AFCAP has provided; • damage assessments • route clearing • backup generators • utility restorations • heavy equipment • debris removal • measures to cease further degradation of facilities • “blue” roofs • mold remediation • temporary facilities • facility restorations 14

    15. AFCAP ContractorsPrime Contractors – URS Group, Inc & Louis Berger Group, Inc, JV – DynCorp International, LLC – CH2MHill & KBR Global Services, LLC – Readiness Management Support, LC – URS Energy & Construction (formerly Washington Group) 15

    16. Labor Support • GSA recently awarded new follow-on multi-award Labor Support BPAs for AFCESA support • Replaces current single award BPA • Current BPA provides over 400 FTEs to Air Force • New BPAs use 8 existing GSA labor schedules • Selected Firms: • Booz Allen Hamilton Inc • J. M. Waller Associates Inc • Northrop Grumman Information Tech. Inc. • Future AFCESA requirements will be competed among these BPA holders 16

    17. Labor Support • Intent is for AFCESA to use this vehicle for 2 years for A&AS and 3 years for Non-A&AS Labor Support Requirements • Current plan is to off-ramp A&AS requirements to the new GEITA contract and non-A&AS to a yet to be defined contract • BPAs awarded by GSA are for 5 Years • By going through GSA, this contract vehicle is available for use by DoD organizations other than AFCESA 17

    18. Opportunity Summary • Partnering with current contract holders on AFCAP, SATOC, & Labor Support is one alternative for going after AFCESA contract opportunities • Starting procurement for AFCAP IV on horizon • Transition of AFCESA A&AS requirements to GEITA

    19. Questions

    20. Backup Slides

    21. SATOC Contractor Contact Info • MACTEC • Attn: Pete Campbell • 9177 Sky Park Court • San Diego, CA 92123 • NorthWind, Inc. • Attn: Rusty Gilbert • 433 Kitty Hawk Road, Suite 211 • Universal City, TX 78148 • Parsons Infrastructure & Technology Group, Inc • Attn: Jerry Osterwiecki • 100 West Walnut Street • Pasadena, CA 91124 • SEI Group, Inc. • Attn: SATOC-Jensen Osterdorf • 303 Williams Ave, Suite 135 • Huntsville, AL 35801 • Toltest, Inc • Attn: SATOC Program C/O Linda Barclay • 1480 Ford Street • Maumee, OH 43537 • Tutor-Perini Corp • Attn: John Gerstenlauer • 73 Mt. Wayte Avenue • Framingham, MA 01701-9160 • Weston Solutions • Attn: Dwayne Sellers • 70 N.E. Loop 410, Ste 600 • San Antonio TX, 78216 DWG & Associates Attn: Carl Johnson 8535 S. 700 W. Unit 1-A Sandy, Utah 84070 ECC Attn: Jeff Leptrone 433 Harrison Ave Panama City, FL 32401 Environmental Quality Management, Inc. Attn: Jim Zody 1800 Carillon Boulevard Cincinnati, Ohio 45240 ITSI Attn: Dan R. Ledford 2730 Shadelands Drive, Suite 100 Walnut Creek, California 94598 J2-Engineering, Inc. AttnL Joes Morales 6921 Pistol Range Road, Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33635 Jacobs Government Services Attn: Debra Hickman 125 Broadway Avenue Oak Ridge, TN 37830 Johnson Controls/Versar (JCFSV) Attn: Brenda Chube 6850 Versar Center, Ste 200 Springfield, VA 22151-4175 AECOM Technical Services, Inc (EarthTech) Attn: Jennifer Mullins 717 17th Street, Suite 2600 Denver, CO 80202 AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc Attn: York Thorpe 2308 E. 9th Street Lynn Haven, FL 32444 Barlovento, LLC Attn: Jane Soloman 431 Technolgy Drive Dothan, Al 36303 CDM/CAPE, a Joint Venture Attn: Patrice Melancon TBPE Firm Registration No. F-3043 12357-A Riata Trace Pkwy, Ste 210 Austin, TX 78727 Charter Environmental Attn: Tim Cady 560 Harrison AvenueSuite 500 Boston, MA 02118-2592 CH2M Hill Constructors, Inc Attn: Bill Owens 3011 SW Williston Road Gainesville, FL 32608

    22. AFCAP Contractor Contact Info – URS Group, Inc & Louis Berger Group, Inc, JV Mr. Kurt Bergman; e-mail: URSAFCAPPMP@urscorp.com – DynCorp International, LLC Mr. Eppie Walker; e-mail: eppie.walker@dyn-int.com – CH2MHill & KBR Global Services, LLC Mr. Henry Arboleda; e-mail: henry.arboeda@ch2m.com – Readiness Management Support, LC Mr. Dan Barker; e-mail: daniel.j.barker@iapws.com – URS Energy & Construction (formerly Washington Group) Mr. Alex Formwalt; e-mail: alex.formwalt@urs.com