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Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce . BRAC Presentation. Michael Paone December 14, 2005. Maryland Department of Planning. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. Governor. Audrey E. Scott, Secretary. Michael S. Steele, Lt. Governor. Florence E. Burian, Deputy Secretary.

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Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce

BRAC Presentation

Michael Paone

December 14, 2005

Maryland Department of Planning

Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. Governor

Audrey E. Scott, Secretary

Michael S. Steele, Lt. Governor

Florence E. Burian, Deputy Secretary

military impact on maryland s economy
Military Impact on Maryland’s Economy
  • $18 billion annually...and growing
  • Approximately100,000 DoD personnel
  • Largest employer in state is NSA, Anne Arundel County
  • Significant growth expected: Ft. Meade, Ft. Detrick, APG, National Naval Medical Center
  • Growth will bring high-paying jobs
major military installations in md
Major Military Installations in MD
  • Andrews AFB
  • Ft Meade
  • Army Research Lab, Adelphi
  • Fort Detrick
  • Aberdeen Proving Ground
  • NSWC, Carderock
  • NSWC, Indian Head
  • Patuxent River NAS
  • US Naval Academy
  • National Naval Medical Center
where are we in the process
Where Are We in the Process?
  • Nine-member Commission voted on recommendations Aug 24-27
  • President received final report on Sept. 8
  • President forwarded the report to Congress by September 23
  • Congress had 45 legislative days to pass a joint resolution rejecting the BRAC list; time lapsed without any Congressional action
  • Therefore, the BRAC recommendations became law
brac 2005 maryland fared well
BRAC 2005: Maryland Fared Well
  • Gained upwards of 13,000 DoD civilian and military personnel
  • Contractor trail is significant for APG, Meade
  • Gaining the most:
    • Ft. Meade [5,191]
    • APG [5,224]
    • Bethesda Navy Medical Center [3,500]
growth at ft meade
Growth at Ft. Meade

DoD Establishes Joint Facilities

  • DoD Media and Publications
  • DoD Adjudication, Hearings & Appeals
  • Joint C4ISR (Development and Acquisition)
growth at bethesda
Growth at Bethesda

DOD Establishes Joint Medical Facility

  • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Creates a world class Center of Medical Excellence
  • Elements of Walter Reed Hospital move to Bethesda
growth at apg
Growth at APG

DoD Establishes Land C4ISR

  • Land Command, Control Communication and Computers Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR)
  • Research, Development, Acquisition, Test &Evaluation (RDAT&E)
  • Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense
ongoing activities
Ongoing Activities
  • DLLR & DOL & OED grants
  • Seven military alliances: Ft. Meade; Ft. Detrick; Maritime; APG; Andrews AFB; Navy-Pax River; Indian Head continue to work issues at local level
  • Maryland Military Installation Strategic Planning Council continues to coordinate state and county interaction with BRAC process
follow up items
Follow-up Items
  • Coordinate infrastructure priorities to accommodate identified needs
  • Coordinate additional DOL/DoD Grants
  • Ensure appropriate legislation is in place
  • Brief various local, state and federal lawmakers
future activities
Future Activities
  • Regional meetings with state/local/county officials and Ft. Meade & APG base commanders
  • Summarize county concerns for state and federal lawmakers, state officials and surrounding communities
  • Hire consultants using DOL grant to utilize BRAC emergency grant (coordinate with DLLR and local WIBs)
dbed office of military affairs pocs
DBED Office of Military Affairs POCs
  • BGen Mike Hayes USMC (Ret.)

mhayes@choosemaryland.org 410.767.2988

  • Patt Parker

pparker@choosemarlyand.org 443.624.3116

  • Catherine Barrett

cbarrett@choosemaryland.org 410.767.0684

Consultants:

  • Tim Wittig

wittigsall@aol.com 202.841.0655

  • Clark Tyler

ml.ct2@verizon.net 703.893.3336

demographics

Demographics:

An Aging Population

elderly population as a percent of the total population in anne arundel county
Elderly Population as a Percent of the Total Population in Anne Arundel County

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

elderly population as a percent of the total population in howard county
Elderly Population as a Percent of the Total Population in Howard County

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

elderly population as a percent of the total population in montgomery county
Elderly Population as a Percent of the Total Population in Montgomery County

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

elderly population as a percent of the total population in prince george s county
Elderly Population as a Percent of the Total Population in Prince George’s County

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

elderly population as a percent of the total population in corridor counties
Elderly Population as a Percent of the Total Population in Corridor Counties

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

growth in elderly corridor population over the 2000 to 2030 time period
Growth in Elderly Corridor Population Over the 2000 to 2030 Time Period

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

cause for concern

Cause for Concern

Labor Force vs. Job Growth

growth in total jobs and labor force anne arundel county 2000 2005
Growth in Total Jobs and Labor Force,Anne Arundel County, 2000-2005

Source: Maryland Department of Planning

growth in jobs and labor force howard county 2000 2005
Growth in Jobs and Labor Force,Howard County, 2000-2005

Source: Maryland Department of Planning

growth in jobs and labor force prince george s county 2000 2005
Growth in Jobs and Labor Force,Prince George’s County, 2000-2005

Source: Maryland Department of Planning

growth in jobs and labor force corridor counties 2000 2005
Growth in Jobs and Labor Force,CorridorCounties, 2000-2005

Source: Maryland Department of Planning

multi unit housing in corridor counties units existing in 2000 and post 2000 additions
Multi Unit Housing in Corridor CountiesUnits Existing in 2000 and Post 2000 Additions

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

multi units as a pct of total units 2000 pct multi unit permits issued 2000 2004
Multi Units as a Pct of Total Units 2000& Pct Multi Unit Permits Issued, 2000 - 2004

Source: U.S. Census 2000 and the Maryland Department of Planning

ft meade study area

Ft. Meade Study Area

Place of Residence Characteristics

ft meade study area labor force in 2000 72 140 persons ages 16 and over
Ft. Meade Study Area: Labor Force in 200072,140 persons ages 16 and over

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census

ft meade study area class of worker in 2000
Ft. Meade Study Area: Class of Worker in 2000

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census

fort meade study area occupation in 2000
Fort Meade Study Area: Occupation in 2000

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census

state rated capacity and projected p s enrollment for ft meade study area 2004 2005
State Rated Capacity and Projected P.S. Enrollment for Ft. Meade Study Area (2004/2005)

Source: Anne Arundel County Board of Education

ft meade study area1

Ft. Meade Study Area

Place of Work Characteristics