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  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    MISSION

    The RDECOM Contracting Center, headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, provides innovative acquisition and contracting support to US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command elements and a broad, diverse customer base to equip the Soldier with the latest technology, goods and services on time and at a reasonable cost.

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  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    US Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    Executive Director- Mr. Bryon J. Young

    OFFICE OF THE PARC

    CHIEF Mr. Bryan Samson

    ATEC MISSION SPT DIVISION

    OPCON FY10

    PINE BLUFF CONTRACTING DIVISION

    ADCON FY10

    ADELPHI CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Ms. Joan Lopresti

    EDGEWOOD CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Ms. Cynthia Phillips

    ABERDEEN CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Mr. George Cabaniss

    NATICK CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Ms. Cheryl DeLuca

    RMA CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Mr. Hugh Blaney

    RTP CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Mr. Larry Travis

    AICD CONTRACTING DIVISION

    Chief Ms. Martha Mitchem

    Deputy Director

    Mr. Steven Bryant

    RDECOM-CC Contracting Center

    STTC

    ORLANDOARL

    WSMR, NM

    JPEO-CHEM BIO

    FT. DETRICK

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    Fort Hood TX

    RTP

    NC

    APG

    MD

    Natick

    MA

    Edgewood

    MD

    Adelphi

    MD

    RMA

    CO

    RDECOM-CC Contracting Center Locations

    ORLANDO

    FL

    FT

    DETRICK

    MD

    ARL @ WSMR

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    AMSAA

    DCG

    DARPASMDC

    MRMC

    COEService Labs

    (AFRL, NRL)

    National Labs

    STTC

    ARL Army Research Laboratory

    ARO

    AMRDEC ARDEC CERDEC ECBC NSRDEC TARDEC

    Army Research Office

    MSC Staff RDECOMCONTRACTING

    CENTER

    Army Materiel Systems Analysis

    Activity

    Aviation & Missile Research,

    Development & Engineering

    Center

    Armament Research, Development &

    Engineering Center

    Communications Electronics Research,

    Development & Engineering Center

    Edgewood Chemical & Biological Center

    Simulation & Training Technology

    Center

    Natick Soldier Research,

    Development & Engineering Center

    Tank Automotives Research,

    Development & Engineering Center

    CSM

    Commanding General

    SES Deputy

    ARCIC

    Army Test

    & Evaluation

    CommandLCMCs

    PEOs

    PMs

    JIEDDO

    REF

    Other

    Countries

    Training

    & Doctrine

    Command

    Partners

    Academia

    Industry

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    Army Contracting

    Command (ACC)

    (Fort Belvoir, VA)

    Army Contracting Command

    JM&L

    Contracting Center

    (Picatinny, NJ)

    OPM-SANG

    Contracting Center

    (Fort Belvoir, VA)

    SDDC

    Contracting Center

    (Scott AFB, IL)

    LOGCAP

    Program Directorate

    (Rock Island, IL)

    TACOM

    Contracting Center

    (Warren, MI)

    Rock Island

    Contracting Center

    (Rock Island, IL)

    RDECOM

    Contracting Center

    (APG, MD)

    CECOM

    Contracting Center

    (Fort Monmouth, NJ)

    AMCOM

    Contracting Center

    (Huntsville, AL)

    408th CSB SWA

    Fort McPherson, GA

    Expeditionary

    Contracting

    Command (ECC)

    Fort Belvoir, VA

    413th CSB USARPAC

    Fort Shafter, HI

    412th CSB USARNO

    FSH, TX

    411th CSB

    Yongsan, ROK

    410th CSB USARSO

    FSH, TX

    409th CSB Europe

    Seckenheim, GE

    National Capital Region

    Contracting Center

    (Alexandria, VA)

    Regional

    Contracting

    Centers

    Mission &Installation

    Contracting

    Command (MICC)

    (Fort Sam Houston, TX)

    Directorates

    of

    Contracting

    HCA Only

    (6)

    (36)

    E-Date

    05/09

    E-Date

    10/09

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    $1.30B

    $6.92B

    FY 01 FY 09

    Obligations $B

    Personnel Strength

    289

    Obligations vs Personnel Strength

    316

    31

    6

    $ Obligated per Employee

    $4,498,269

    $ Obligated per Employee

    $21,835,443

    9% Increase in Personnel

    >500% Increase in $ Obligated

  • RDECOM-CC CUSTOMERS FY09 DOLLARS PER CUSTOMER & % OF TOTAL CENTER OBS

    PEO SOLDIER, $1,849,742,837, 28%

    PEO CHEMBIO, $493,377,696, 7%

    NAVY, $123,859,090, 2%

    PEO-STRI, $68,673,219, 1%

    REF, $147,949,026, 2%

    JIEDDO, $176,864,044, 3%

    USASAC, $291,385,661, 4%

    RDECOM, $1,906,022,927, 29%

    ARMY ENV CMD, $141,972,851, 2%

    G, APG, $85,842,466, 1%

    SSC, $10,866,063, 0%

    HQA CID, $78,649,020, 1%

    CMA, $99,722,524, 2%

    DARPA, $64,027,388, 1%

    ATEC, $249,149,502, 4%

    MARINE CORPS, $77,166,247, 1%

    HQ AMC, $39,580,463, 1%TACOM, $191,399,408, 3%

    FORSCOM DENVER, $51,606,115, 1%

    TSWG, $44,762,827, 1%

    OTHER, $392,890,584, 6%

    U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    FY09 TOTAL OBS$6,917,640,129

    FY09 TOTAL ACTIONS22,817

  • U.S. Army RDECOM Contracting Center

    RDECOM-CC Strengths RDECOM-CC Challenges

    RDECOM-CC Environment

    Workforce Skilled & Experienced; Adding Energized

    Personnel through the Intern Program, EHA,

    Rehired Annuitants and Veterans

    Broad-base Experience within the Center with wide

    and varied range of Acquisition Skill sets

    Customer Focused 92% Cost Reimbursable results

    in customer centered operations

    Thin overhead staff not commensurate with

    increased statutory and regulatory

    oversight and compliance

    Geographically Dispersed Highly varied

    processes

    Cost & Pricing Analytical Skills

    BRAC Impact Filling vacancies with young workforce

    - Recruiting difficulties finding Journeyman Level 1102s

    Rapid changes in statutory & regulatory

    procurement environment

    Automation/Technology Constant state of adapting

    to changes in Legacy Systems, move to contracting

    consolidated environment, Virtual Contracting

    Enterprise (VCE)