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Title: OSD View of Contingency Contracting


1
OSD View of Contingency Contracting
Managers Internal Control Program Conference
Role of A-123 in Establishing Transparency and
Accountability
  • 24 November 2009

Scott R. Calisti, Col, USAF Deputy
Director Program Acquisition and Contingency
Contracting Director, Defense Procurement and
Acquisition Policy
2
Todays Discussion
I. Introduction
  • Introduction
  • Who We Are in OSD
  • Our Future Vision Joint Environment
  • OSD Efforts Contributing to Contingency
    Contracting Internal Controls
  • Questions and Discussion

3
DPAP
UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ACQUISITION,
TECHNOLOGY AND LOGISTICS) Honorable Dr. Ashton
B. Carter 3E1010 697-7021
DIR, ACQUISITION RESOURCES ANALYSIS Dr. Nancy
Spruill 3C949A 614-5737
DIR, INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Mr. Alfred
Volkman 3A280 697-4172
DIR, HUMAN CAPITAL INITIATIVES Mr. Frank
Anderson, Jr. FT BEL 805-3360
DIR, ADMINISTRATION Ms. Judy Dahlgren 3C553B
697-2525
EXEC DIR, DEFENSE SCIENCE BOARD Mr. Brian
Hughes 3B888A 571-0084
DIR, DEFENSE PROCUREMENT ANDACQUISITION POLICY
Mr. Shay Assad 3B855 695-7145
DIRECTOR, CORROSION POLICY OVERSIGHT Mr.
Daniel J. Dunmire CQ4 SUITE 501 607-4046
DIR, SPECIAL PROGRAMS Maj Gen William
McCasland 5A864 697-1282
DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ACQUISITION
TECHNOLOGY) (Acting) Mr. Shay Assad 3C759
571-9023
ATSD NUCLEAR CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
PROGRAMS Honorable Andrew Weber 3B883
697-1771
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONALENERGY PLANS
PROGRAMS Proposed
DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (LOGISTICS
MATERIEL READINESS) (Acting) Mr. Alan
Estevez 1E518 692-0252
DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (
INSTALLATIONS ENVIRONMENT) Dr. Dorothy Robyn
3B856A 695-2880
DIRECTOR, DEFENSE RESEARCH ENGINEERING Honorab
le Zachary Lemnios 3E819
697-5776
DIR, MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY LTG Patrick J.
OReilly NAVY ANNEX 695-6550
PRINCIPAL DEPUTYATSD NCB Dr. John Harvey 3B883
697-1771
PADUSD(LMR) Mr. Alan Estevez 1E518 604-0098
ADUSD, INSTALLATIONS Mr. John Conger 5C646
571-9076
PRINCIPAL DEPUTY DDRE Mr. Al Shaffer 3C855A
695-4118
DIR, TEST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CENTER Dr. John
Foulkes CG2, Ste 1200 601-5236
DIR, PORTFOLIO SYSTEMS ACQUISITION Mr. David
Ahern 3B919 693-9386
DIRECTOR, RESEARCH Dr. David Honey 3C913A
695-0598
ADUSD, MATERIEL READINESS Mr. Randy Fowler 2C263
614-6327
DIRECTOR,BASING Mr. Pete Potochney 1E515A
614-5356
DATSD, TREATIES THREAT REDUCTION Dr. Tom
Hopkins 1515 Wilson Blvd 588-1983
DIR, SPACE INTELLIGENCE Mr. Gil Klinger 3C636
614-6124
ADUSD, MAINTENANCE POLICY PROGRAMS Mr. John
Johns 5A712A 697-7980
DIR, BUSINESSENTERPRISE INTEGRATION Ms. Lora
Muchmore 400 AND 206 604-6025
DIRECTOR,SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Mr. Stephen
Welby 3B938 695-7417
DATSD, NUCLEAR MATTERS Mr. Steve Henry 3B884
697-3060
DIR, INDUSTRIAL POLICY Mr. Brett Lambert 3B854
695-0005
ADUSD, TRANSPORTATION POLICY (Acting)Ms. Lisa
Roberts CGN 210A 601-4461
DIR, RAPID FIELDING Mr. Earl Wyatt CP 3 9200
746-1350
DIR, HOUSING COMPETITIVE SOURCING Mr. Joseph
Sikes CS4 602-3669
DIR, SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS (Acting)Ms. Linda
Oliver CG NO. 406 604-0157
ATSD, CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION PGMS Mr. Jean
Reed 3B253 693-9410
DIR, DEVELOPMENTALTEST EVALUATION (Acting) Mr.
Christopher DiPetto2B278 69504421
ADUSD, PROGRAM SUPPORT Mr. Gary Motsek 3C639
693-5717
DIR, CHEMICAL MATERIAL RISK MGMT Ms. Shannon
Cunniff CG2, 1500 604-1529
PRESIDENT DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY Mr.
Frank Anderson, Jr. FT BEL 805-3360
DIR, DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY Mr.
Kenneth Myers FT BEL 767-4883
ADUSD, SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION (Acting) Ms.
Debra Bennett CGN 210B 604-0098
DIR, DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY Ms.
Regina Dugan N. Fairfax Dr. 696-2400
DIR, ENVIRONMENTALMGMT Ms. Maureen
Sullivan 5C646 695-7957
DIR, FACILITY INVESTMENT MGMT Mr. Mike
McAndrew 5C646 697-6195
DIR, DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY VADM Alan S.
Thompson FT BEL 767-5223
DIR, DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY Mr.
Charlie Williams 6350 Walker Ln 428-1700
DIR, ENVIRONMENTALREADINESS SAFETY Mr. Curtis
Bowling CG2 1500 604-1624
ADMIN, DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATON CENTER Mr.
Paul Ryan FT BEL 767-9100
DIR, FACILITY ENERGY Mr. Brian Lally 5C646
614-5574
4
DPAPs PACC
5
Supporting OCS Efforts
Operational Contract Support
Contracting Integration
Contractor Management
Contingency Program Management
Post-AwardAdministration and Oversight
Acquisition and Contracting
Contractors on the Battlefield
Policy, Tools, and Guidance
OCS Planning/ Integration
DCMA
DPAP
ATL/LMR Program Support
  • DPAPs Contingency Contracting Teams Vision to
    be the recognized authority and advocate for
    contingency contracting.

6
Future Joint Contracting Environment
Key Characteristics
  • Prior planning
  • One process
  • One set of policies
  • Uniform training
  • Uniform toolsets
  • Joint Operational Area (JOA) wide visibility
  • JOA control (Theater Business Clearance)

Charting a course for changeour future lies in
the Joint Arena
7
Overview OSD Efforts that Help Contingency
Contracting Internal Controls
III. OSD Efforts that Help
Organizational Alignment and Leadership
  • Challenge Contracting post-award oversight
  • OSD actions
  • Senior Leadership Engagement
  • Tools
  • Joint Handbooks
  • Joint Contingency Contracting Handbook
  • Joint Contingency Contracting Officers
    Representative Handbook
  • Information Management
  • After Action Reports
  • Geographical Combatant Commander (GCC) Web Site
  • Contingency Acquisition Support Module (cASM)
  • 3-in-1 Tool
  • Human Capital
  • Training
  • Acquisition Workforce Development
  • Policy
  • Theater Business Clearance
  • Contractor Personnel in the Area of
    Responsibility

1
  • A. Alignment with agency mission and needs
  • B. Leadership commitment

Policies and Processes
2
  • A. Planning strategically
  • B. Effective management
  • C. Promotion of successful outcomes of major
    projects

Conducting Acquisition Assessments under OMB
Circular A-123 (5/21/08)
Human Capital
3
  • A. Valuing and investing in workforce
  • B. Strategic human capital planning
  • C. Acquiring, developing, and retaining talent
  • D. Creating results-oriented cultures

Information Management and Stewardship
4
  • A. Data and technology support of management
    decisions
  • B. Safeguarding the integrity of operations and
    data

8
Senior Leadership Engagement
Organizational Alignment and Leadership
1
  • A. Alignment with agency mission and needs
  • B. Leadership commitment
  • The Department is focused on many contingency
    contracting improvements, especially with regard
    to
  • Building OCS Capability
  • DEPSECDEF directed Total Force Assessment
  • Ensuring sufficient number of trained and ready
    Contingency Contracting Officers (CCOs), Property
    Administrators (PAs), Quality Assurance
    Representatives (QARs), and Contracting Officers
    Representatives (CORs)
  • USD(ATL) has tasked two key bodies to work key
    issues
  • DoD Task Force on Wartime Contracting (Section
    841 FY2008 NDAA)
  • DoD Panel on Contracting Integrity (Section 813
    FY2007 NDAA)

9
Senior Leadership Engagement (Contd.)
Organizational Alignment and Leadership
1
  • A. Alignment with agency mission and needs
  • B. Leadership commitment
  • DoD Task Force on Wartime Contracting
  • Commission on Wartime Contracting Interim Report
    (June 2009) 8 issues of immediate concern
  • DoD Task Force assessed the interim report and
    provided analysis to USD(ATL) (November 2009)
  • Opportunity to highlight the good work underway
    to support overseas contingency operations
  • Developed plan of action and milestones for the
    few initiatives facing major challenges most
    related to COR resourcing
  • DoD Panel on Contracting Integrity
  • Established to implement Section 813 FY 2007 NDAA
  • Recommend law, regulation, and policy changes to
    eliminate DoD contracting system vulnerabilities
    to fraud, waste, and abuse
  • Panel of senior leaders representing a cross
    section of DoD with 11 subcommittees focused on a
    specific GAO concern
  • Accomplishments
  • Identified procurement fraud indicators
  • Incorporating areas of contracting
    vulnerabilities into procurement/management
    reviews
  • Improving surveillance by CORs

10
Joint Contingency Handbooks
Policies and Processes
2
  • A. Planning strategically
  • B. Effective management
  • C. Promotion of successful outcomes of major
    projects
  • Joint Contingency Contracting Handbook
  • Objective Consolidated source of contingency
    contracting information providing tools
    (templates, forms) and training
  • Annually updated 3rd edition in process
  • Joint COR Handbook
  • Objective Consolidated source of contingency COR
    information providing tools (templates, forms)
    and training
  • As-Is State All Services/Agencies are taking
    actions to improve COR training and support
  • To-Be State Joint Field Tool and Training for
    CORs Similar to Joint Contingency Contracting
    Handbook

In Process
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Additional Tools Resources
Information Management Stewardship
4
  • A. Data and technology support of management
    decisions
  • B. Safeguarding the integrity of operations and
    data
  • Objective Support OCS execution with
    standardized systems, tools, and resources for
    success
  • Accomplishments Ongoing efforts include
  • Standardized Automated Joint After-Action Report
  • COCOM Contingency Contracting Website - Nov 2009
  • DPAP Contingency Contracting Website
    http//www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/pacc/cc/
  • Operational Tools
  • 3-in-1 Tool (handheld micropurchase purchase log
    tool)
  • Contingency Acquisition Support Module
    (requirements package generator)
  • Joint COR Tracking Tool

12
Human Capital
3
Human Capital
  • A. Valuing and investing in workforce
  • B. Strategic human capital planning
  • C. Acquiring, developing, and retaining talent
  • D. Creating results-oriented cultures
  • Training - offered at both the Departmental and
    Service levels
  • DAU training for contingency contracting officers
  • CON 234, Contingency Contracting and CON 334,
    Advanced Contingency Contracting Course
  • DAU and Services standardized the required
    contracting courses for contingency contracting
    officers
  • COR training
  • DAU courses include COR 222, Contracting Officer
    Representative Course (36-hour classroom course)
  • CLC 106, COR with a Mission Focus (8-hour
    continuous learning module) developing COR 206
    targeted to Contingency CORs
  • Army Logistics Management College (ALMC) COR
    Course
  • Marine Expeditionary Forces COR Training
  • Acquisition Workforce Growth/Development
  • DoD is increasing the acquisition workforce by
    20,000 (Apr 2009 announcement)
  • Adding staff across the Department and throughout
    acquisition workforce PMs, COs, Cost Analysts,
    Attorneys

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Policy
Policies and Processes
2
  • A. Planning strategically
  • B. Effective management
  • C. Promotion of successful outcomes of major
    projects
  • Theater Business Clearance
  • Objective Establish procedures for contracting,
    contract concurrence, and contract oversight for
    Iraq and Afghanistan (I/A)
  • Through TBC, JCC-I/A gains visibility and a level
    of control over the deployment of contracted
    support into the Joint Operating Area
  • Contractor Personnel in the Area of
    Responsibility
  • Objective Establish management controls over
    contractor personnel supporting joint operations
  • Contract clauses govern conduct of contractor
    personnel providing support to the mission of the
    U.S. Government (FAR/DFAR Final Rules - Effective
    31 MAR 08)
  • FAR 52.225-19, Contractor Personnel in a
    Designated Operational Area or Supporting a
    Diplomatic or Consular Mission Outside the United
    States
  • DFAR 252.225-7040, Contractor Personnel
    Authorized to Accompany U.S. Armed Forces
    Deployed Outside the United States

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Todays Discussion
III. Questions Discussion
  • Introduction
  • Who We Are in OSD
  • Our Future Vision Joint Environment
  • OSD Efforts Contributing to Contingency
    Contracting Internal Controls
  • Questions and Discussion
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