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Navigation Update: Washington Perspective. Briefing for GICA Annual Convention Jim Walker, HQ August 12, 2010. Topics. WRDA: IWTF and HMTF Oil Spill: Dredging and Sediment testing Funding: FY10 Supplemental, FY11 & 12 IMTS CPBM implementation IMTS BPR IMTS R&D.

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navigation update washington perspective

Navigation Update: Washington Perspective

Briefing for GICA Annual Convention

Jim Walker, HQ

August 12, 2010

topics
Topics
  • WRDA: IWTF and HMTF
  • Oil Spill: Dredging and Sediment testing
  • Funding: FY10 Supplemental, FY11 & 12
  • IMTS
    • CPBM implementation
    • IMTS BPR
    • IMTS R&D
water resources development act
Water Resources Development Act

WRDA 2010

  • Key Navigation legislation
  • Inland Waterways Trust Fund (IWTF)
    • Not in House T&I Committee Report
    • Maybe in Senate
  • Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund (HMTF)
    • Included in House but…
  • Progress, but growing impatience
deepwater horizon oil spill
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
  • No funds from Congress*
  • Nav efforts ‘out of hide’
  • Track costs and bill BP, funds to Treasury
  • Sediment testing Corps/EPA mtgs
    • Mtg w/FOSC for Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund dollars
navigation funding
Navigation Funding

FY10 War Supplemental

  • $173M to Corps
  • $ 44M for infrastructure repairs
  • $129M prioritized against $700M needs
  • Sec. 406: Maintenance material may be used to mitigate the impacts of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
fy11 and fy12 funding
FY11 and FY12 Funding

*5% reduction from FY11 per OMB M-10-19

inland marine transportation system
Inland Marine Transportation System
  • IMTS Board of Directors
  • Capital Projects Investment Strategy
  • Business Process Review
  • Asset Management
  • Research and Development
imts board of directors
IMTS Board of Directors
  • IMTS – instill a national transportation system identity for Corps and public
  • Board of Directors established to assure National implementation
  • Momentum building

IMTS Board

Of Directors

Working

Group

Action

Teams

capital projects business model
Capital Projects Business Model
  • Approved by Users Board in April
  • 20 Process Improvement Recommendations
  • Administration Position
  • Distributed to Congress
  • WRDA Consideration
imts business process review
IMTS Business Process Review
  • 3 Themes: Human Capital, Operations and System Availability
  • Training and certification of lock operators
  • IMTS-wide maintenance standards

Key: an open process with participation by Corps and Industry

asset management
Asset Management
  • Phase 1: IMTS-wide Navigation Lock operational condition assessments
    • Underway, complete by Dec 2010
    • Results to inform FY13 budget development
  • Phase 2: Risk determinations
    • Probability of failure
    • Consequences of failure (economic impact)
  • Phase 3: Nav lock components failure rate curves
navigation research and development
Navigation Research and Development

Lock Operations Management Application (LOMA)

Goal: Provide end users with information needed for decision support to improve waterway safety, efficiency and reliability

  • AIS to the lock: Vessel locations
  • AIS to the vessel: Lock status, queue, weather, currents
  • Automate data collection
  • Requirements developed with input from Industry
  • Prototype AIS equipment assembly
  • Next steps: Deploy AIS equipment to LOMA beta test sites;
      • Begin beta testing September 2010
navigation research and development13
Navigation Research and Development

Lock Operations Management Application (LOMA)

  • Requirements developed with input from Industry
  • Prototype AIS equipment assembly
  • Next steps:
    • Deploy AIS equipment to LOMA beta test sites;
    • Begin beta testing September 2010
summary
Summary

What do we do?

Provide Navigation infrastructure that is Reliable, Efficient and Resilient.

Why is it important?

This infrastructure enables American goods to compete in the Global marketplace