Readiness Brief - NAVFAC SE

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NAVFAC –
Contingency Response
23 July 2014
Agenda for SAME Jacksonville brief
•Who we are: NAVFAC Southeast overview
•NAVFAC Global Contingency Contracts and
other contracting options (existing local, etc.)
•Contingency Engineer Response Teams (CERTs)
•Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE)
•Individual Personal Preparedness
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The NAVFAC Mission and Vision
Our Mission
NAVFAC is the Navy’s Systems Command that builds and
maintains sustainable facilities, delivers utilities and
services, and provides Navy expeditionary combat force
capabilities
(unlike USACE, NAVFAC has no civil-works mission)
Our Vision
Our expertise enables mission success.
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CNIC CONUS Today (FY14)
CNR Northwest
6 States, 4 Installations,
11 NOSCs, 71 Special Areas
CNR Midwest
16 States, 3 Installations
35 NOSCs, 60 Special Areas
CNR Mid-Atlantic
14 States, 12 Installations
31 NOSCs, 137 Special Areas
CNR NDW
6 Installations
1 NOSCs
63 Special Areas
CNR Hawaii
2 Installations
1 NOSC
8 Special Areas
CNR Southwest
6 States, 10 Installations
18 NOSCs, 175 Special Areas
NOTES
• NRNW includes FEMA Regions VIII, X
• NRMA includes FEMA Region I, II, III
• NRSE includes FEMA Regions IV, VI
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CNR Southeast
7 States, 17 Installations
28 NOSCs, 154 Special Areas
CNIC CONUS after Redistribution
CNR Northwest
11 States (+5), 4 Installations,
16 NOSCs, 79 Special Areas (+5 NOSCs / +8
Special Areas)
CNR Southwest
6 States, 10
Installations
18 NOSCs, 175
Special Areas
(No Changes)
NOTES
• No more than two hour difference in AOR
• Restructured NRNW includes FEMA Regions V*, VII*, VIII, X
• Restructured NRMA includes FEMA Region I, II, III, IV*, V*
• Restructured NRSE includes FEMA Regions IV, VI, VII*
(* Indicates a new FEMA Region)
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CNR Mid-Atlantic
20 States (+6), 14 Installations (+2, NSGL &
NSA Crane
50 NOSCs, 168 Special Areas (+19 NOSCs / +31
Special Areas)
CNR NDW
6 Installations
1 NOSCs
63 Special Areas
(No Changes)
CNR Southeast
12 States (+5), 18 Installations (+1, NSA MidSouth & TACAMO)
39 NOSCs, 175 Special Areas (+11 NOSCs / +21
Special Areas)
NAVFAC Southeast AOR in FY15
Midsouth
TACAMO
Charleston/
Shaw
Beaufort NH
Meridian
Barksdale
Fort Worth
Keesler
Gulfport
New Orleans
Kings Bay
Pensacola
Panama City
Whiting Field
Mayport/
Blount Island
Jacksonville
Orlando
Corpus Christi
Key
West
Kingsville
• 12 States, 18 Installations, 39 NOSCs
• 175 Special Areas
• Executive agent for NORTHCOM and SOUTHCOM
Caribbean AOR
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Guantanamo
Bay
Contingency Contracting & Response
•Global Contingency Construction Contract
(GCCC)
•Global Contingency Services Multiple Award
Contract (GCSMAC)
•Existing local contracts
•Contingency Engineer Response Teams (CERTs)
•Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE)
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Global Contingency Contracts (GCC)
3-Part Criteria for Cost-Plus instead of Fixed-Price Contracting
 Emergency or contingency situation/conditions
--Mission demands exceed normal acquisition timing parameters
--Austere/contingency environment
 Element of significant uncertainty as to scope, schedule, time,
supporting cost plus contract use
--Requirements not well defined
 Work is predominantly facilities engineering related activities
• Not equipped to carry out military defense or offense, not intended to
replace all of the functions and capabilities of the military engineer.
• One set of tools in NAVFAC’s toolbox primarily used for response for
emergency or contingency operations…but not the only choice.
• Supports NAVFAC’s facilities engineering mission; some logistics
capabilities…≠ Army’s LOGCAP or Air Force AFCAP Contracts.
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Global Contingency Contracts (GCC)
• Global Contingency Construction
Contract (GCCC)
– $800M capacity (awarded June 2013)
– ~$700M remaining capacity
– Facility Construction or Engineering,
with incidental services
– IDIQ MAC contract
– Cost Plus Award Fee or Firm Fixed
Price task orders
– Administered by NAVFAC Atlantic
• Global Contingency Services
Multiple Award Contract (GCSMAC)
– $900M capacity (awarded Nov 2011)
– ~$875M remaining capacity
– Facility Support Services, with
incidental construction
– IDIQ MAC contract
– Cost Plus Award Fee or Firm Fixed
Price task orders
– Administered by NAVFAC Pacific
Provides worldwide rapid civilian construction,
engineering, and facility support services for:
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Disaster recovery
Military conflict
Military Operations Other Than War
Humanitarian Assistance
Or projects with similar characteristics
Global Contingency Construction Contract
(GCCC)
Cost Plus Award Fee, Multiple Award
Construction Contract (MACC) –
PCO: NAVFAC LANT
• Total Capacity: $800M over 5 years
• 4 Contractors (CH2M Hill, ECC, KBR, URS)
• Award Date: June 2013
Criteria for use:
• Emergency/Contingency situation
• Element of significant uncertainty to the scope,
schedule or time supporting use of cost-plus contract
• Work is predominately facilities/engineering related
Purpose:
Provide worldwide rapid civilian construction and
engineering services response for:
Disaster Recovery, Military Conflict, Military Operations Other
Than War, Humanitarian Assistance.
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Capabilities
Horizontal/Vertical Construction
Runways
Roads
Bridges/Causeways
Piers
Demo/Cleanup
Housing Repairs
Depot/Warehouses
Clinics & Field Hospitals
Operation / Maintenance
Communication Facilities
Facilities
Ammunition storage facilities
Berthing / messing facilities
Specialty Construction
Engineering
Dredging
POL Facilities
Aerial Photography
Soils Engineering
Environmental Restoration
CBRN / WMD Recovery (non-first responder)
Operation of Power generation, concrete &
asphalt plants
Project Planning
Staffing for varying sizes of operations
Material Management Capabilities
Material Liaison Support for NCF
Global Contingency
Services Multiple Award Contract (GCSMAC)
Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity,
Cost Plus Award Fee or Fixed Price,
Task Order contract
PCO: NAVFAC PAC
• Total Capacity: $900M over 5 years
• 6 Contractors:
• KBR, IAP-ECC, GRS, PCS, Flour, URS Group
• Award Date: SEP/NOV 2011
Criteria for use:
• Emergency/Contingency situation
• Work is predominately facilities/engineering related
Purpose:
To quickly provide short-term facilities support services, with
incidental construction, in support of …:
Natural disasters; humanitarian efforts; the full range of military
actions; and incumbent breaks in service.
… at various worldwide locations (including remote locations)
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Capabilities
Installation Management Accounting
Core Business Model Functions
Air Operations
Port Operations
Range Operations
Moral, Welfare & Recreation Support
Base Support Vehicles & Equipment
Housing
Environmental
Public Safety
Ordnance
Galley
Utilities Operations Support
Facility Support
Health Care Support
Personnel Support
Global Contingency Contracts
NAVFAC–Contractor Team
–GCCC Contractors (IDIQ, MAC)
• CH2M Hill Constructors
• Environmental Chemical Corp (ECC)
• Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) Services Inc
• URS Group, Inc
–GCSC/GCSMAC Contractors (IDIQ, MAC)
• Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) Services Inc
• IAP-ECC, LLC
• Global Response Services (GRS), LLC
• Pacific Contingency Services (PCS), LLC
• Fluor International, Inc
• URS Group, Inc
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Challenges with Cost-Plus Contracts
• Scrutiny

Ensuring sufficient documentation to satisfy follow-on auditing agencies (GAO/ IG)
• Cost Control

Maintaining visibility in a high burn-rate (possibly $100K-$1M/day) environment
• Definitization of Scope and Cost Estimating
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Aggressive execution in the face of ill-defined and evolving tasking
• Quality Assurance
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No compromise on oversight and safety despite speed of execution and environment
Contingency Engineering Response Teams
(CERT)
•Standing Capacity for Contingency Response
– Damage Assessment
– Contract Administration
– Other Technical Requirements (Planning, Environmental,
Utilities)
•Support Facilities Contingency Response Needs of CNIC, CFFC,
COCOMs and other Navy/Marine Corps Clients
•Flexible and Scalable Capability Sets, Task Tailored to Event
•Organic Capability at NAVFAC FE (MIL and CIV)
Response for Wide Range of Events
Hurricanes
Earthquakes
Volcanic Eruptions
Floods
Fire
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Explosions
Air or Rail Accident
Environmental Spill
GWOT Support
CERT - Elements and Composition (typical)
• Damage Assessment Team (DAT) – 4 Personnel
–Architect
–Structural Engineer
–Civil Engineer
–1 Mechanical or Electrical Engineer
• Construction Support Team (CST) – 3 Personnel
–Construction Manager (CM) and/or AROICC
–2 Engineering Technicians (ideally with CM experience)
Assigned and
maintained by
FEC
• Team Leaders
–O4/5 CEC or GS13/14, capable of leading multiple teams
• Contingency Contracting Officers
–Warranted CEC Officer or 1102
• Business/Support Line Support Team
–Business/Support Line Specific (PW, EV, AM, …)
–Particularly PWBL UEM (IRT power outages, etc)
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Assigned and
maintained by
BLM (ex:
PWST)
4/9/2015
NEXWC Mobile Utilities Support Equipment
(MUSE)
•Provide portable diesel engine driven generators,
substations and switchgear, and Low-NOx boilers to
meet utility shortcomings
•Provide technical expertise and operators
•Equipment includes
–200 kW to 2500 kW diesel driven electrical generators
–1500 kVA to 5000 kVA electrical substations
–12 kPPH to 20 kPPH Low-NOx boilers plants
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Individual Personal Preparedness
•Be Informed
– Know what emergencies are most likely to affect you & your family
– Know local emergency warning system in your area, and what
actions to take if there is an emergency
•Make a Plan
– Plan reactions to various emergencies
– Plan how your family can stay in touch
– Practice your plan
•Build a Kit
– Assemble emergency supplies in your home, car, and workplace
– Be ready in case you must evacuate quickly
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4/9/2015
Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Forecast for 2014
On 22 May, NOAA released their annual 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast
(frequency and intensity of Atlantic storms).
Forecast factors: “El Nino” (Warmer equatorial Pacific sea surface temps)
 More wind shear, and Lower Atlantic seas surface temperatures
• Likely Below-Average Activity. But:
• Wrong past 2 years, and others (Hurricane Andrew in 1992)
• Can’t predict landfall locations/probabilities
• If just 1 hurricane landfall in SE region, then it’s an above-average season for
NAVFAC SE AOR.
• Named Storms: 8-13 (@12 is average)
• Hurricanes: 3-6 (@6 is average)
• Major Hurricanes (Category 3/4/5): 1-2 (@3 is average)
Average for last century:
• 52% chance of U.S. hit
• 31% chance of East Coast landfall (including Florida peninsula)
• 30% chance of Gulf Coast landfall (Florida westcoast/panhandle to SE TX)
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4/9/2015
NAVFAC Southeast Disaster Prep/Response
Questions?
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4/9/2015
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