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NRCG Incident Business Webinar Agency Administrators. Introduction Cost Shares Land Use Agreements IMT orders Role of Incident Business Advisor Role of Buying Team Closeout. Northern Rockies Decision Document and Cost Share Templates. What’s the difference?.

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nrcg incident business webinar agency administrators
NRCG Incident Business WebinarAgency Administrators
  • Introduction
  • Cost Shares
  • Land Use Agreements
  • IMT orders
  • Role of Incident Business Advisor
  • Role of Buying Team
  • Closeout
what s the difference
What’s the difference?
  • Cost share agreements
  • Decision Documents
    • Start early
    • Ask for help
costs we normally share
Costs we normally share:
  • Aircraft
  • Equipment
  • Personnel
  • Suppression rehab
  • Support
costs we do not share
Costs we do not share:
  • Accountable property
  • Administrative overhead
  • Claims
  • Move up and cover
  • BAER
nr cost share methodologies
NR Cost Share Methodologies
  • Cost by acre
  • Cost by effort
  • You order, you pay
templates
Templates

http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/fire/nrcg/Committees/business_committee.htm

land use and facility rental agreements
LAND USE AND FACILITY RENTAL AGREEMENTS
  • Interagency Incident Business Management Handbook, Chapter 20
  • Appendix B – Tool Kit
    • Pages B-8 thru B-21
land use and facility rental agreements1
LAND USE AND FACILITY RENTAL AGREEMENTS
  • Use simplified acquisition procedures
  • No special leasing authority
  • Procurement Officials with Warrant Authority
land use and facility rental agreements2
LAND USE AND FACILITY RENTAL AGREEMENTS
  • Complete description
  • Intended use
  • Agreed-to Rate (Determine Ownership!)
  • Provisions for making alterations
  • Restoration requirements
  • Condition
pre season lua s
Pre-Season LUA’s

No Pre-Season LUA’s shall be created!

Of course, always exceptions:

  • Municipalities

City or Local Governments that require board meeting/member signatures i.e.;

    • City Water
    • Co-ops
land use and facility rental agreements3
LAND USE AND FACILITY RENTAL AGREEMENTS
  • Use Checklists (IBMH pages B-9 thru B-12)
    • Schools, Fairgrounds, or other related
    • Dipping Sites/Ponds
    • IC Camp/Helibase
    • Airports
dipping sites ponds
DIPPING SITES/PONDS
  • Impact – amount of drawdown, site disturbance
  • Fish (Stocking Permit?)
  • Noxious Weeds
  • Water (usage and replenishment), Water rights (who owns the water
  • Fences
  • Access
  • Flight Path
  • Livestock/Wildlife
  • Loss of Foilage/Crop/Pasture
  • Use of pumps or wells
situations not requiring a land use agreement
Situations Not Requiring a Land Use Agreement
  • Federal Government land/facilities run by concessionaire
  • Land/Facilities of other Federal Agencies
  • Land/Facilities of state and local governments
      • State Trust Lands require LUA. These lands are required to generate income.
  • Non-Wildland Fire incidents (FEMA)
  • Direct Fire Suppression Activity
  • Federally Funded runways and towers
incident business advisor iba
Incident Business Advisor (IBA)
  • Role of the IBA
  • Expectations
  • Supervision
  • Interaction with the IBC/IBS
  • Communication flow
  • Delegation of authority
buying teams
Buying Teams
  • When do we order?
  • Who makes the decision to order a BUYT?
  • Buying Team In-briefing
    • Supervision
    • Communication Flow
    • Expectations
    • Interaction with IBA
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