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Title: Become a TVA Supplier Ella Clark Supplier Diversity


1
Become a TVA Supplier Ella Clark Supplier
Diversity Relations Manager Supply Chain, TVA
2
Getting to Know TVA…
  • Federal CorporationNations largest Public Power
    Provider. Nine Member policy-making Board
  • 10.4 billion in revenue, 80,000 square mile
    service area
  • 158 customers, 9 million residents and 650,000
    businesses and industries in the seven-state TVA
    service region. Nearly 60 directly-served large
    industrial and federal customers
  • Original Mission energy, the environment, and
    economic development
  • The 21st century mission Power Provider, Valley
    Steward, Developmental Catalyst …supporting and
    improving the quality of life in the valley

3
Getting to Know TVA…
  • Power Mix--Three nuclear, 11 fossil, 29
    hydroelectric, six combustion-turbine, one
    wind-energy site methane gas facility
  • Fossil-fuel plants produce 60 percent, nuclear
    plants 30 percent, and hydropower dams about 10
    percent of TVAs power. Green power contributes
    to the generation mix
  • TVAs integrated management of the nations fifth
    largest river system blends flood control, power
    production, transportation, water quality,
    recreation, and land use

4
TVAs Buying Power
  • TVA is a 10 Billion dollar corporation
  • TVA buys over 2.8 billion in goods and services
    each year.
  • In FY 2008, TVA spent about 92 million with
    minority suppliers, 87 million with women-owned
    suppliers, and 472 million with small
    businesses.

5
How TVA Chooses Suppliers
  • Supply Chain follows a comprehensive and rigorous
    competitive-bidding process designed to achieve
    TVAs objectives of lowering costs and improving
    operational efficiency.
  • TVA seeks suppliers that are innovative, flexible
    and can add value while reducing cost. Factors
    considered in making awards
  • Overall valve and Pricing
  • Depth and breadth of inventory and just-in-time
    delivery
  • Technical capability, industry expertise
    demonstrated, specialized experience
  • Customer satisfaction/Safety Record/Financial
    stability
  • Capacity (foot-print) and infrastructure
  • Valley Presence
  • May involve NRC requirements, clearances and QA
    and safety related requirements for Nuclear work

6
Supply Chain Focus Areas
  • Manages over 2.5 billion of annual spend for
    materials and services an over 375 million in
    inventory.
  • Strategic Focus
  • Leveraging Strengths
  • Fleet-wide management of supply chain
  • Collaborative relationships
  • Centralized strategic contracting
  • Enhanced competition through planning supplier
    development
  • Pricing predictability
  • Financial risk management of spend
  • Supply Chain Governance

7
Supplier Diversity Accountability
  • TVA recognizes the power of maintaining diversity
    in its supplier base. Provides diverse suppliers
    access and opportunity for procurement awards
  • Identifies and provides opportunities for
    qualified small, valley, minority woman-owned
    businesses
  • Holds prime suppliers accountable to extend
    subcontracting opportunities to diverse suppliers
  • Promotes joint ventures, partnerships, and
    subcontracting relationships
  • TVA offers economic development programs/loan
    funds to assist qualified small, woman-and
    minority-owned businesses in the seven-state
    region


8
Outreach and Partnership Activities
Mid south Minority Business Council Events
Tennessee Minority Supplier Development Council
Events
Business Matchmaking Events
Mentoring Program (20 25 companies)
Promote Supplier Alliances
Economic Development Loans
Matchmaking with Other Utilities
9
Key Suppliers
  • TVA Wide
  • GEComb-Steam Turbines Nuclear Steam System
  • BlueCross BlueShieldEmployee Benefits
  • Merck-Medco--Employee Benefits
  • Porter Walker--Industrial Supplies
  • Nuclear
  • Stone WebsterMaintenance Modifications
    Services. US Enrichment CorpNuclear Fuels
  • WestinghouseNuclear Equipment and Services
  • Sargent Lundy primary source for Nuclear
    Engineering
  • BechtelTurnkey project for engineering,
    procurement construction for Watts Bar Unit 2.
    Subcontracting Bill Goodman, wgoodman_at_tva.gov ,
    Bechtel Site Supply Chain Manager for WBN Unit 2.

10
Key Suppliers
  • Fossil Hydro
  • G-UB-MK ConstructorsOperation, Maintenance
    Construction
  • ADVATECH- Support on Clean Air Projects
  • Day Zimmerman, NPSOperation, Maintenance
    Construction
  • TVA Wide Engineering Contracts
  • Mesa, Inc
  • Sargent Lundy, LLC
  • WorleyParsons
  • Burns McConnell
  • The Washington Group

11
Key Suppliers
  • TVA Wide Staff Augmentation
  • ACRO Service Corporation
  • CDI
  • Barlett Holdings
  • G.D. Barri
  • Johnson Service Group
  • TFE, Inc.
  • Volt
  • Zycron Computer Service

12
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Valley-Wide Leverage
  • Pipes, Valves Fittings
  • Target RFP October 2009___Anticipated Award
    April 2010
  • Electric Motor Repair
  • Target RFP Fall 2009___Anticipated Award
    December 2009
  • Water Sampling Equip, Turbine Oil Filtration
    Equip
  • Target RFP Fall 2009___Anticipated Award
    December 2009
  • Tube Fittings
  • Target RFP March 2010___Anticipated Award August
    2010
  • Fisher Control Valves
  • Target RFP Oct 2009___Anticipated Award January
    2010
  • Scaffolding Rental
  • Target RFP Sep 2009___Anticipated Award December
    2009

13
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Valley-Wide Leverage
  • Gases Bulk, Industrial
  • Protocol Gases, Calibration
  • Gases, Industrial, Non-Bulk
  • Gases, Bulk Cylinder, Industrial Pipes, Values
    Fittings
  • TVA-Wide Corporate
  • Communication Services
  • Creative Marketing--- Fall 2009
  • Promotional Items ---Fall 2009

14
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Facilities Management
  • FurnishingsPanels, components and Miscellaneous
  • Target RFP Fall 2009___Anticipated Award Winter
    2009
  • Area Engineering Services for Facilities Mgmt
  • Target RFP Fall 2009___Anticipated Award
    December 2009
  • Paving Repair of Roads and Parking Areas
  • Target RFP Spring 2010___Anticipated Award Summer
    2010
  • Information Technology
  • Computerized Security Monitoring Services
  • Target RFP March 2010___Anticipated Award April
    2010
  • Cellular Phone Services
  • Target RFP Dec 2009___Anticipated Award Spring
    2010

15
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Nuclear
  • Valve Hydro motor/ASCO/QA0/TVANov-Dec 2009
  • Protective Coatings/Ameron/QA/NUCNov-Dec 2009
  • Power System Operations
  • Disconnect Switches 69K thru 500kV including
    Vertical Reach Switches
  • Transmission System Construction Services
    including Transmission Lines, Substations and
    Related High Voltage Construction

16
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Kingston Recovery Project
  • TVA is committed to making things right.
    Working diligently to clean up the site. Public
    health and safety are our top priority. Water
    air quality meet government standards. Working
    with residents to meet their needs. Working at
    the site as quickly and safely as possible.
  • Update on Contract opportunities
  • Jacobs Engineering awarded contract for
    oversight, of corrective action/dredging plans
    and project management, engineering,
    environmental and construction management
    subcontracted with RCI, woman-owned firm for
    environmental testing services
  • Sevenson Environmental Services, Inc awarded
    contract to provide manpower and equipment for
    Phase I dredging of the Emory River and Ash
    Processing
  • Phase II may offer general construction contracts
    depending on legislative actions and EPA
    decisions

17
Major Contract Opportunities
  • Fossil 5.5 billion commitment to emission
    reductions
  • URS Washington Division (WGI) awarded turnkey
    contract for engineering, procurement,
    construction, startup and commissioning services
    for environmental improvement (clean air)
    projects throughout TVAs system
  • WGI will use numerous subcontractors to procure
    major materials, equipment and construction
    installation services required to provide major
    components
  • WGI Clean Air Projects Contact
  • URS Washington Division
  • Rich Pepe
  • Project Procurement Manager
  • Phone 303-843-2688 Email rich.pepe_at_wgint.com

18
Major Contract Opportunities
  • FossilCombined-cycle Plant
  • WGIawarded a turnkey contract to WGI for
    engineering, procurement, construction, startup
    and commissioning services for combined cycle and
    simple-cycle gas turbines projects throughout
    TVAs system
  • WGI will use numerous subcontractors to procure
    major materials, equipment and construction,
    installation services required to provide the
    make components.
  • First project planned at TVAs Lagoon Creek
    Combustion Turbine Plant located near
    Brownsville, Tennessee
  • WGI Contact for Gas Turbine Projects
  • URS Washington Division
  • Robert J. Bosch
  • 609-720-2448 at Robert.Bosch_at_wgint.com

19
Keys to Success
  • Gain knowledge of TVA, procurement requirements,
    opportunities and resources available to pursue
    them
  • Focus on quality performance and have a
    well-designed plan
  • Understanding your core competencies and the
    niche you are capable of filling
  • Develop networking skills-Create marketing
    materials
  • Be capable of competing for regional/valley-wide
    large contracts. Have a Proven track Record
  • Be Patient, Persistent Prepared and willing to
    Pursue Contractor Subcontracting Opportunities

20
Getting started
  • Go to supplier.tva.gov and follow the learn
    link to instructions and the form for becoming a
    registered Vendor
  • Submit the completed vendor registration form to
    vendor2_at_tva.gov
  • Network with TVA and our prime contract partners
    to understand requirements and build
    relationships
  • Send information to
  • TVA Supplier Relations
  • GAC 1A-C
  • 1101 Market Street
  • Chattanooga, TN 37402
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