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Briefing to Northern Virginia Society of American Military Engineers. Karl Calvo, Executive Director January 5, 2012. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Mission. CBP accomplishes its mission through a comprehensive enforcement strategy that is dependent on:

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Briefing to Northern Virginia Society of American Military Engineers

Karl Calvo, Executive Director

January 5, 2012

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Mission

  • CBP accomplishes its mission through a comprehensive enforcement strategy that is dependent on:
    • Layers of sophisticated targeting and communication systems
    • State-of-the-art detection technology
    • A cadre of professional law enforcement personnel

CBP’s Mission

“We are the guardians of our nation’s borders.

We are America’s frontline.

We safeguard the American homeland

at and beyond our borders.

We protect the American public against terrorists

and the instruments of terror.

We steadfastly enforce the laws of the United States

while fostering our nation’s economic security

through lawful international trade and travel.

We serve the American public with

vigilance, integrity, and professionalism.”

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CBPFact Sheet

  • Processed:
    • 965,167 passengers and pedestrians
    • 47,293 truck, rail, and sea containers
  • Executed:
    • 1,903 apprehensions for illegal entry
    • 75 criminal arrests
  • Seized:
    • 11,435 pounds of narcotics
    • 539 submissions to U.S. Department of Agriculture for presence of pests

On an average day in FY2010, CBP...

  • Deployed:
    • 25,129 vehicles
    • 291 aircraft
    • 260 watercraft
    • 300 horse patrols
    • 1,500 canine enforcement teams
  • Protected More Than:
    • 5,000 miles of border with Canada
    • 1,900 miles of border with Mexico
    • 95,000 miles of shoreline
  • Managed:
    • 329 Ports of Entry
    • 139 Border Patrol stations
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Border Patrol Facilities & Tactical Infrastructure

Mission Support Facilities

Air & Marine Facilities

FM&E Organization

Budget Office

Executive DirectorKarl Calvo

Executive Office

Deputy Director

Program Planning & Policy

Field Operations Facilities

Enterprise Management Office

Organizational Resources & Support

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fm e overview
FM&E Overview

FM&E has a total staff of approximately 400 federal and contractor employees, and operates from CBP Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and three regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Laguna Niguel, California

With over 350 active projects, FM&E depends on small businesses and their specialized skills to accomplish its engineering, environmental, construction, maintenance, and other facility-related requirements

FM&E serves as CBP’s program manager for real property, engineering, acquisition, and environmental management for over 4,500 buildings, structures, and land parcels nation-wide.

what we do core functions
What We Do:CORE FUNCTIONS

Planning

  • Program
  • Capital
  • Project
  • Environmental
  • Energy Management

Project Management

  • Construction and Alterations
  • Real Estate Acquisition
  • Lease Acquisition
  • Lease Administration

Facilities & Infrastructure Management

  • Maintenance
  • Repairs
  • Building Operations

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cbp s real property portfolio
CBP's Real Property Portfolio

Ownership Types #Bldgs

Owned 1,934

GSA Federal Lease 475

GSA Commercial Lease 321

Direct Lease 1,117

Free Space 620

IAA 91

Total 4,558

Also: 650 miles of pedestrian and vehicle fence on the southwest border, plus roads, and lighting

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What makes CBP facilities so complex?

  • Remote and extreme environments
    • Facility operations are in hard to build areas with no existing infrastructure
    • Environments are hard on the structures over time
  • Land-locked ports, difficult to expand
  • No downtime - must recapitalize and operate facilities at the same time
  • Required integration with domestic and bi-national transportation infrastructures
  • Integration with technology programs
  • Special-purpose uses require many types of unique design standards
    • Law enforcement: inspection and detention
    • Tactical Infrastructure: border fences, roads, and utilities
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FieldOperationsFacilities (FOF)

Our Nation’s “ports” serve as the frontline in defending the American public against terrorists and instruments of terror while facilitating the lawful movement of goods and people across the border. The portfolio consists of:

  • 167 Land Ports of Entry (LPOE)
  • Two-thirds of the LPOE portfolio is owned or leased by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA); CBP owns or leases the remaining
  • Congress appropriates funds for modernizing the land ports through GSA’s Federal Buildings Fund or special appropriations like the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)
  • 261 Air Ports of Entry
  • Air ports provide free space to CBP so that CBP Officers can conduct inspections; at most, CBP must outfit the space with technology and security equipment
  • 203 Sea Ports of Entry
  • Sea ports provide free space to CBP so that CBP Officers can conduct inspections; CBP must outfit the space with technology and security equipment
air and marine facilities amf
Air and Marine Facilities (AMF)
  • AMF provides facilities solutions to support CBP’s Air & Marine operational mission requirements.
  • Facilities requirements include major construction, alterations, lease acquisition, maintenance, repairs, and operations projects to support a mix of air hangars, boat slips, training facilities, and administrative space.
  • World’s largest civilian aviation and maritime law enforcement organization:
      • 24 Branches
      • 14 Air Units
      • 30 Marine Units
      • 8 National Facility Centers
      • 4 Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operations Centers
        • Leading edge deployment of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in the national airspace
border patrol facilities tactical infrastructure bpfti
Border Patrol Facilities & Tactical Infrastructure (BPFTI)
    • BPFTI provides the Border Patrol with material solutions and maintenance for facilities and tactical infrastructure that will support the organization in performing its primary homeland security mission.
    • Portfolio
          • 144 Border Patrol Stations (BPSs)
          • 20 Sector Headquarters
          • 58 Checkpoints
          • 17 Forward Operating Bases (FOBs)
  • Tactical Infrastructure (TI) Program
    • The TI Program is the largest construction program within DHS
    • As of December 2011, CBP has constructed over 650 miles of pedestrian and vehicle fence along the Southwest border
    • Additional TI projects: Fencing and gates, roads and bridges, drainage structures and grates, lighting and electrical systems, and vegetation and debris removal
    • Tunnel remediation: Those activities required to physically secure cross-border tunnels. Facing increased security at and between ports of entry, smugglers have increasingly used underground tunnels to transport drugs, weapons, people, and other contraband items
mission support facilities msf and enterprise management office emo
Mission Support Facilities (MSF) and Enterprise Management Office (EMO)

Harpers Ferry, WV Advanced Training Center

EMO

EMO is a cross-FM&E office that provides support, standardization, and guidance for:

  • MSF
    • Over 300 facilities for 12 internal CBP Business Partners
      • Human resources, information technology, public affairs
      • Operations & intelligence coordination centers, training, and laboratories
      • International trade, foreign attachés
      • Advanced Training Center, Harpers Ferry, WV
    • Rent Program: Over 11 million square feet of leased space – almost $500M in rent costs
    • Over 600 antenna locations
    • Over 280 housing units
  • Conservation and Energy Initiatives
  • Environmental Planning & Compliance/NEPA
  • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures
  • Facility Condition Assessments
  • Real Property Systems and Tools

Global Border College

fm e major initiatives
FM&E Major Initiatives

FM&E future work initiatives include:

Conservation and Energy Initiatives

  • Ensuring that CBP facilities operate in compliance with applicable environmental and energy laws and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) policies

Environmental Planning

  • NEPA support for facility and infrastructure projects on the northern and southern borders

Environmental Compliance

  • Establishing an accurate and reliable environmental compliance information baseline

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure

  • Ensuring facilities are in compliance with SPCC regulations

Residential Housing Program

  • Constructing new and replacing existing residential housing units to accommodate the deployment of hundreds of new agents and officers to remote locations and performing proactive maintenance of the existing housing portfolio.

Tactical Infrastructure (TI) Program

  • Completing construction of pedestrian and vehicle fence, roads, and lights along the Southwest border and implementing a comprehensive maintenance and repair program. Additional TI projects include: fence and gates, roads and bridges, drainage structures and grates, lighting and electrical systems, and vegetation and debris removal

Tunnel Remediation

  • Physically securing cross-border tunnels, including initial analyses, environmental studies, plugging, obtaining rights of entry, engineering/surveying, filling, inspection/acceptance, and reporting of associated status