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									                  South Atlantic Division
                US Army Corps of Engineers
         “People, Projects, and Priorities”
Society of American Military Engineers
Atlanta Post
Atlanta, GA
10 April 2012


MG Todd T. Semonite
Commanding General
South Atlantic Division
US Army Corps of Engineers
                              CHARLESTON   JACKSONVILLE   MOBILE   SAVANNAH   WILMINGTON




 US Army Corps of Engineers
 BUILDING STRONG®
       USACE Global Engagement
 Engagement: 100+ countries
 Physical Presence: 34 countries
                                             ARCTIC




                                                                EUCOM
                                                             (North Atlantic
                                                               Division)
         NORTHCOM
        (Northwestern
          Division)
                                                        CENTCOM
                                                      (Trans Atlantic                  PACOM
                                                         Division)                  (Pacific Ocean
                                                                                       Division)

                                        AFRICOM
                                      (North Atlantic
         SOUTHCOM                       Division)
        (South Atlantic
           Division)


                          ANTARCTIC



                          $33B Program in FY11
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    SAD FY11 ACCOMPLISHMENTS =
                   EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS
About $5.983 billion in obligations

    Civil Works – $1.37 B in obligations - regular, supplemental & ARRA
    Military Programs – $3.1 B in obligations - MILCON, BRAC, ECIP & ARRA
        ► Awarded    all assigned Military ARRA projects - 164 projects valued over
        $281M.

    Environmental
        ► FUDS – $46.7 M obligated - exceeded expectations for contract awards,
        phase completions and project completions

        ► Active   Installation Restoration, BRAC Environmental – $36.7 M obligated

        ►   Environmental Quality –$67.9 M obligated



   Critically needed facilities and invaluable jobs for our region

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                   SAD Implementation Plan
                                         What will YOU do to make SAD GREAT?
                                                                                                                                                  FY 2012
USACE Vision                                        SAD Mission                                         GREAT is
A GREAT engineering force of highly                 Provide vital public engineering services           •   Delivering superior performance.
disciplined people working with our partners        in peace and war to strengthen our                  •   Setting the standard for the profession.
through disciplined thought and action              Nation’s security, energize the economy             •   Making a positive impact on the Nation and other nations.
to deliver innovative and sustainable solutions     and reduce risks from disasters.                    •   Being built to last by having a strong "bench" of educated,
to the Nation’s engineering challenges.                                                                     trained, competent, experienced, and certified professionals.


              Goal 1                                    Goal 2                                       Goal 3                                      Goal 4
    Deliver USACE support to combat,          Deliver enduring and essential water             Deliver innovative, resilient,            Build and cultivate a competent,
     stability and disaster operations      resource solutions through collaboration           sustainable solutions to the          disciplined, and resilient team equipped
      through forward deployed and              with partners and stakeholders.               Armed Forces and the Nation.               to deliver high quality solutions.
         reach back capabilities.
           Objective 1a:                             Objective 2a:                                 Objective 3a:                                 Objective 4a:
   Ready, Responsive, and Reliable           Deliver Water Resource Solutions                                                         Technical Competencies
                                                                                           MILCON & Real Estate Actions
   1a.1 Field Force Engineering Tms          2a.1 Transform CW Planning                                                               4a.1 Technical Competency Plan
                                                                                           3a.1 Full Spectrum Support
   1a.2 Spt Overseas Contingencies           2a.2 Restore the Everglades
                                                                                           3a.2 Interagency & International
   1a.3 National & Regional                                                                3a.3 Energy Design Strategy
                                                                                                                                                Objective 4b:
                                                     Objective 2b:
           Objective 1b:                                                                         Objective 3b:                        Strategic Communications
                                             Collaborative Approaches
   Operating & Generating Force              2b.1 Watershed Management                     Critical Infrastructure                    4b.1 Communications Program
   1b.1 Support to the Regiment, Army                                                      3b.1 Dam & Levee Safety
   and Expeditionary Forces
                                                                                                                                                 Objective 4c:
           Objective 1c:                             Objective 2c:
                                                                                                 Objective 3c:                        Standard Business Processes
                                             Streamline Regulatory Processes               Infrastructure Investments                 4c.1 Implement QMS
   HR & Family Readiness Execution           2c.1 Regulatory Program                       3c.1 Asset Management Process              4c.2 Regional Workload Sharing
   1c.1 Family Readiness Program             Improvements                                  3c.2 Navigation Priorities &               4c.3 Centers of Expertise
                                                                                           Processes

           Objective 1d:                             Objective 2d:                                Objective 3d:                                 Objective 4d:
                                             Enable Gulf Coast Recovery                    Innovative Solutions
   Interagency Policy & Doctrine                                                                                                      Human Capital Program
                                             2d.1 Implement MsCIP                          3d.1 Contract Delivery &
   1d.1 Support to COCOMs                                                                                                             4d.1 Human Capital Strategy
                                                                                           Construction Techniques
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        USACE and SAD in Transition
• Change in Leadership
    –   USACE: Chief of Engineers Pending Confirmation
    –   USACE: Deputy Commander
    –   SAD: Commander and Regional Business Director
    –   SAJ: Commander
•   Change in Direction
    –   Declining Budget
    –   Drawdown in Iraq/Afghanistan
    –   Increasing infrastructure challenges
    –   Increasing Sustainability requirements
    –   Increasing COCOM engagement
    –   Unpredictable Non-Federal Sponsor
        Resources/Budgets
    –   Emerging Army and USACE Strategies
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                        SAD Strategic Crossroads
                                                    Total Program FY 08 - 14

               7,000
                                                                               3,821
                                                            3,751                                     3,759
               6,000
                                                    $5.8B                                                              3,547
                                        3,462                          $5.4B
               5,000
                                                                                                                                       3,450
($) Millions




                                $4.7B
               4,000    3,260
                                                                                              $3.8B

               3,000                                                                                           $3.3B
                       $2.7B                                                                                                   $2.7B
               2,000

               1,000

                  0
                   FY08           FY09                 FY10              FY11-R                   FY12-I            FY13           FY14

                                                               Civil Works       Military & IIS


                                                CIVIL WORKS                  MILITARY & IIS                   FTE




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              Readiness (Overseas Ops)
OCO Support (As of:   04 April 2012)             Field Force Engineering Teams

 ►   Total Workforce Deployed: 83                 ►   SAS FEST-A (542nd Eng Det) – OEF (Dec 2012)
 ►   Deployments (TAG/TAN/TAS): 78                ►   SAM FEST-A and BDT – OEF (Apr 2012)
 ►   Deployments to Non-USACE Response            ►   CREST and ENVST – All districts Support the
     Organizations: 5                                 teams (Annual training in Feb 2012)
 ►   Deployments Scheduled within the next
     90 days: 35




                        Supporting overseas missions
                  while executing massive missions at home
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