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  1. Public-Public Partnerships February 27, 2012

  2. Public – Public Partnerships Boot camp for Defense Communities Fred Meurer February 27, 2012

  3. P4 Toolbox – Discussion Topics • Scope • Legal Authorities • Process • Final Thoughts

  4. P4 Scope Potential Functional Areas Potential Stakeholder Groups • Facilities • Land Use • Utilities / Energy • Emergency Services • Environmental • Transportation • Education • Workforce • Others • Federal Government • State Government • Local Government • Economic Development Groups • Industry • Utilities • Higher Education • Others

  5. Legal Authorities Authorities under which partnering (P4) may and has occurred include: • Title 10 U.S.C. 2913 – Allows DoD organizations to enter into agreements for shared energy savings services. • Title 10 U.S.C. 2667 – Allows DoD organizations to lease non-excess property for non-defense uses in return for cash or in-kind services (Enhanced Use Leasing). • National Defense Authorization Act for FY 1995 – Demonstration legislation allowing DoD “assets” in Monterey County, California to acquire municipal services from government agencies located in that county. • National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2004 - Permanent legislation allowing DoD “assets” in Monterey County, California to acquire municipal services from government agencies located in that county. • DoDD 1000.11 – Directive permitting operation of financial institutions on DoD installations. • 31 U.S.C. 6305/10 U.S.C. 2371/15 U.S.C. 3710a – Cooperative Research and Development Agreements allowing for use of federal property and materials by non-federal government organization (public or private) for joint research purposes. • National Defense Appropriations Act of 1940 – paved the way for 1st government-owned, contractor-operated ordnance plant (GOCOs). • 15 U.S.C. 3706 – Permits Cooperative Agreements.

  6. Legal Authorities Authorities under which partnering (P4) may and has occurred include: • 10 USC 2684a – Permits DoD to enter into agreements to address the use or development of real property in the vicinity of a military installation or military airspace (REPI). • 10 USC 2694a – Permits DoD to convey surplus real property for conservation purposes. • 10 U.S.C. 18280 – Permits DoD to acquire a facility or addition to an existing facility through an exchange with a State, local government or private entity. • 10 U.S.C. 2869 (expired) – Permits DoD to convey real property at military installations to support military construction, or land acquisition to limit encroachments. • 15 U.S.C. 3715 – Permits federal agency to lend use of its lab facilities to state and local governments, and educational institutions to increase likelihood of success of activities conducted jointly with small businesses. • 10 U.S.C. 2194 – Permits DoD to loan, or to transfer surplus material and equipment, to educational institutions and certain nonprofits dedicated to improving science, mathematics and engineering education (U.S. locations only). • 10 U.S.C. 2539b – Permits DoD to make available to any person or entity, at an appropriate fee, the services of any Government laboratory, or sell, rent, lend or give samples for research purposes. • 10 U.S.C. 2681 – Permits DoD to conduct commercial test and evaluation activities at a Major Range and Test Facility Installation, charging at least enough to cover all direct costs incurred in rendering test or evaluation.

  7. Legal Authorities - Example • Title 10 U.S.C. 2667 – Allows DoD organizations to lease non-excess property for non-defense uses in return for cash or in-kind services (Enhanced Use Leasing). “... the Secretary is authorized to accept improvements, maintenance, protection, repair or restoration of the property by the lessee in payment of all or part of the consideration for the lease.”10USC 2667 (b)(5)

  8. Legal Authorities - Example • Create your own Special Legislation • Sec 816 National Defense Authorization Act for FY95 Demonstration Project on purchase of fire, security, police, public works, and utility services from local government agencies - 8/12/94

  9. Legal Authorities - Example

  10. Process Other Stakeholders (Higher Ed, Utilities, Etc.) Industry Economic Development Groups Estimate Resources Assess Goals State / Local Government Potential P4 Focus Areas Identification & Screening Methodology Estimate Resources Estimate Resources Assess Goals Assess Goals Federal Government Identification & Screening Methodology Workforce Estimate Resources Estimate Resources Estimate Resources Assess Goals Assess Goals Assess Goals Estimate Resources Estimate Resources Assess Goals Assess Goals Education Opportunity Concepts Estimate Resources Assess Goals Transportation • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction Environmental • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction Emergency Services • Funding • Land &/or Facilities • Utilities • Knowledge/People • Equipment • Others • Revenue Enhancement • Cost Reduction • Mission Enhancement • Risk Reduction • Job Creation • Others Utilities / Energy Prioritize Land Use Facilities Costs & Benefits / Negotiations Term Sheets Contracts Inter-Service Support Agreements (ISSA) Leases Cooperative Agreements Inter-Governmental Support Agreements Power Purchase Agreements Others • Financial & ROI • Legal & Political • Physical • Intangibles • Risk • Others

  11. Final Thoughts… I know the organizations that need to be involved I understand the process & how to start I know what I want and need from a partnering agreement I know my legal tools What else am I missing? I know where my capacities are and my resource contributions

  12. Final Thoughts… I know the attributes to the individuals who will drive effective partnering agreements The “Partnering” People • See the Big Picture • Problem Solvers • Expand-the-Pie Mindset • Creative • Innovative • Great Communicators • Win-Win Negotiators • Long-Term Thinkers