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U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command

PAT HUBER

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS

JUN 2009

- UNCLASSIFIED -


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MISSION

To get the right technology to the right place, at the right time, for the War fighter. RDECOM is the Army’s focal point for developing and accelerating innovative technology and sound engineering solutions that provide our U.S. forces with decisive and dominant capability where they need it, when they need it.


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MISSION

RDECOM is unparalleled in its depth and breadth of technical capability; innovation and dedication to provide our U.S. forces with the best technology, today and in the future.


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Role of the Small Business Office

  • Review procurement actions prior to posting

  • Identify potential SB sources and recommend set-asides when possible

  • Match procurements with small businesses

  • Support socio-economic program objectives

  • Maximize participation of small businesses


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FY08 Small Business Programs

GOALSACHIEVED

  • SB 28.6% 26.61%

  • SDB 6.7% 5.26%

  • WOSB 5.7% 3.11%

  • HUBZone 3.1% 2.95%

  • SDVOSB 1.3% 1.38%

  • HBCU/MI 14.5% 11.26%

    $6.3B FY ’08 SPEND


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FIRST STEPREGISTER YOUR BUSINESS

  • Central Contractor Registration (CCR)

    • www.ccr.gov MANDATORY

    • A CCR registration worksheet is available at:

      http://www.dlis.dla.mil/ccr/PDFs/central_contr_reg_form.pdf

    • Dynamic Small Business Search Registration

      - When successfully registered in CCR, you’re given the option to create a profile in SBA’s small business database.


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CURRENT PROCUREMENTS ON ASFI.GOV

  •  Special labels and ink to identify hard ballistic plates

  •  Reinforced Glass Plates

  •  REF - Project Declare - Planar Magnetic Surface Array

  •  REF-Project Durham - Thermal Imager Systems

  •  DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR

  •  Shaped Charge Warheads

  •  Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder

  •  DRAFT RFP: Afghanistan National Security Sector Development and Fielding Program

  • Night Vision Equipment Modification Kit

  •  Non-Standard Weapons - FMS - Afghanistan

  •  REF - Thermal Imaging Device

  •  REF- Project Solar - Unmanned Ground Sensor Systems


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Finding PrimeContract Opportunities

  • Research Past Purchases

    GSA Federal Procurement Data Center

    https://www.FPDC.gov

    Government Purchasing and Sales Directory

  • Identify Current Procurement Opportunities

    Federal Business Opportunities

    www.fedbizopps.gov


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FedBizOpps Notices

The Vendor Notification Service sends emails to alert you to synopses & modifications, but not for awards. It will not register you to receive a solicitation or place you on an interested bidders list, but gives first-hand notice of new opportunities & links to the actual posting.


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FedBizOpps Sign-up

Select Procurement Code, NAICS and/or Buying Activity


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Doing Business at APG

For construction requirements……..

  • US Corps of Engineers building at APG

    T.J. Smith – Small Business Specialist

    [email protected] 410-278-2369


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Doing Business at APG


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Most Common Procurement Items

MRAP armor plate development and testing

Ballistic glass

Warheads / munitions

Troop technology items – gunfire detectors, route clearance cameras for IED’s

Mobile vehicle arresting systems

STTW radar

Sniper NV sights

Body wearable camera systems

Explosives and gas detection systems


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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • CECOM APBI – 2-3 Jun 2009

    Ft. Monmouth, NJ

    Command, Control, Communications,

    Computers, Intelligence,

    Surveillance and

    Reconnaissance (C4ISR)

  • APG S&T Showcase – 17-18 Jun 2009 – Harford Comm. College

  • Veteran Conference – 20-23 Jul 2009 – Las Vegas


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BRAC IMPACT

  • 8,200 new jobs expected as a result of BRAC

  • Very substantial impact to the business community

  • The new jobs will include military, civilian, and contractor positions


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APG Infrastructure Today Buildings/Specialty Space

  • 14.7 Million Square Feet of Building Space

    • - Office/Administrative - 2.5M SF

    • - Laboratories -1.6M SF

    • - Training Facilities - 1.4M SF

    • - Warehouses - 2.7M SF

    • - Community Centers - 0.7M SF

    • - Barracks & Family Housing - 3.1M SF

    • - Other Facilities - 2.7M SF

  • Major Laboratory Buildings

    • - Supercomputing Center

    • - 8 Medical Research

    • - 10 Chemical & Biological

    • - 2 Physics

    • - 5 Human Engineering

    • - 1 Materiel Research

  • Experimental & Test Facilities

    • - 42 Miles of Automotive Test Track

    • - 196 Firing Positions

    • - Roadway Simulator

  • Airfields

    • - Weide Army Aviation Support Facility (Rotary Wing)

    • - Phillips Army Airfield (Fixed/Rotary Wing)


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BRAC Law

APG Outgoing Organizations

US Army Ordnance Center and Schools

to Ft Lee, VA

Creates Synergy for Soldier Training

Center of Excellence

US Army Environmental Command

to Ft Sam Houston, TX

Synergy Gained by Joining Headquarters

Pre-Deployment/Mobilization Mission

No positions – mission move to Ft Dix, NJ

Centralizes Mission


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BRAC Law

APG Incoming Organizations

  • Army TeamC4ISR

  • Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance

  • from Fts Monmouth, Belvoir

  • & Redstone Arsenal

  • CECOM-LCMC

  • CERDEC

  • PEO IEW&S

  • PEO C3T

  • US Army Test and Evaluation Command

  • from Alexandria, VA

  • AEC

Enhances Current RDT&E-

Brings Headquarters to existing

APG Tenants

Brings C4ISR

Center of Excellence

Creates Synergy and Enhances APG RDT&E

Army Research Institute

from Ft Knox, KY

Enhances Current

Human Engineering

and Training

  • Chem/Bio R&D Organizations

  • from various locations

  • Med Chem Def Res from Walter Reed Army

  • Institute of Research

  • Defense Threat Reduction Agency

  • Joint Prog Executive Office

  • Non-Med Chem Bio Def Res from Brooks

  • City AFB

US Army Research Laboratory, Vehicle Technology Directorate

from Langley, VA/Glenn, OH

Enhances APG Vehicle RDT&E Mission Joins existing ARL Family

Enhances APG Joint Chem/Bio

R&D Center of Excellence


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APG BRAC/MCA Construction & OC&S/AEC Move Timeline

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY12

FY13

OCS

OCS

OCS

Today

AEC

AEC

Infrastructure

$1.5B Program Amount

Information Technology Upgrades

Army Team C4ISR Phase 1

Medical Chem Defense Res + MRICD (Combined BRAC & MED MILCON Funds)

Army Team C4ISR Phase 2

Army Research Institute

Army Test & Evaluation Command

Joint Program Executive Office

Army Research Laboratory

Timeline reflects construction – building acceptance/occupancy in FY11 following equipment installation and calibration

Relocation

Construction


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APG Current BRAC Project Execution

  • Army Team C4ISR Phase 1

    • New construction of approximately 1.5M SF of facility

    • Contract Awarded to Joint Venture Tompkins, Turner, Grunley & Kinsley in Sep 07

    • Overall construction is 52% completion

    • Expected completion: Dec 2010

  • Army Team C4ISR Phase 2

    • Combination of new construction & reuse of ~1M SF of facility

    • Design contracts have been awarded

    • C2/CNT East facility construction contract awarded 21 Apr 09

    • Demolition of existing facilities underway

    • C2 North/JSEC/Bldg 5100 currently under design – construction award scheduled for Aug 09


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Transformation Successes

  • Successfully initiated construction within first pod of EUL site

    • Allows industry partners close proximity to government customers; creating synergies

    • Construction of new park and recreation area (Shore Park)

  • Developed robust partnerships

    • Chesapeake Science & Security Corridor; Maryland Military Installation Council; MD Governor's Task Force; Harford County Economic Development Advisory Board; Harford County BRAC Planning Action Council

  • Strategic Communications

    • APG 2012 websiteprovides information to the general public relating to APG 2012, BRAC, employment opportunities, etc. (over 15,000 site visitors)

www.apg-cssc.com

http://apg2012.apg.army.mil


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APG 2012

  • Tools

    • Army Community & Family Covenants

    • Sustainment, Restoration, Modernization

    • (SRM)

    • APG 2015 Demolition Buy Out Program

    • BRAC Construction Army (BCA)/

    • Military Construction Army (MCA)

    • Public/private partnerships

    • Recapitalization/revitalization/re-use

    • Privatization ventures

    • IT enhancements/upgrades

    • Environmental stewardship

    • Energy conservation

    • Common Levels of Support (CLS),

    • Lean Six Sigma

    • APG Board of Directors

    • Cross-tenant mission synergy

APG 2012 Transformation will focuson the areas ofquality of life, facilities/infrastructure, technical enhancements, services, andhuman capital.



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