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Bonnie. D. Taylor

Director of Contracting

Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center

Overview



Why?

When?

Where?

What?

Who?

And Our Environment

Why?


The AF has been at war for the past 15 years
and we are in the fight today


Providing the best air capabilities for the nation
means tough decisions in balancing resources


The AF has lost over $31B in budget authority
and $10B per year in buying power due to the
rising costs of equipment, personnel and fuel


We need to work together more than ever to
ensure we get the best value for our dollars.

FY06 $

209

623

994

1478

2102

2489

2695

2963

3292

3726

4081

5011

FY06 Reports

241

426

1900

2851

3937

5206

6314

7284

8444

9502

11220

13339

FY07 $

258

622

1059

FY07 Reports

195

441

2024

$ in Millions

0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Actions

$ in Millions

When?

Cumulative Contracting Actions and Dollars

Where?

OC
-
ALC/PK


Bonnie Taylor


Director

John MacDonald
-

Deputy

OC
-
ALC/PKX

Management & Sys Div

Dan Gaston


448 CSW/PK

Contracting Office

Patty Tracy


327 ASW/PK

Contracting Office

Ray Nicholas


Chief

LTC Dave Rowland
-

Dep


OC
-
ALC/PKC

Business & Mission

Support Div

Robert Nantois


PKCB

Acquisition Pricing Br

Janice Love


PKCC

Competition Program Br

Wayne Crawford

PKXA

Management Branch

Keri Young


PKXD

Computer Systems &

Ops Support Branch

John Summers

PKCA

Acquisition Planning &

Compliance Br

JoAnne Davis

72 CONS/PK

Operational Contracting

LTC Robert Bruce


Chief

Gordon Mohon
-

Dep


PKXO

Maintenance

Contracting Branch

Tommy Nicholson

A&AS

Specialized Contr

XPR

SB

Where? (cont’d)


327 Combat Sustainment Wing


Spares/repair of commodities and engines


Commodity Councils


Contract Field Team program


448 Aircraft Sustainment Wing


Contractor Logistics Support


Sustainment and modification of weapons systems


72 Air Base Wing


Services, commodities, construction for the installation


Oversight of A
-
76 CE and Army Corp of Engineers efforts


76 Maintenance Wing


CAP Cell


Depot Transformation and process improvement

0.0
200.0
400.0
600.0
800.0
1000.0
OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
CUM


FY07

58.3

145.2

221

CUM


FY06

61.8

137.1

210.2

274.2

348.3

411.1

490.0

527.3

590.4

627

667.9

884.3

CUM


FY05

58.2

118.0

191.8

224.0

317.8

370.7

436.3

456.9

520.5

560.2

643.1

825.4

Dollars(M)

Where? (cont’d)

Awards to Firms with Performance in Oklahoma

What?

http://rpow.wpafb.af.mil/

What? (cont’d)


www.eps.gov


https://wwwmil.tinker.af.mil/bc/opportunities.asp


OSU’s Center for Innovation and Economic
Development (forming partnerships)


Aerospace Industries Association


Aging Systems Sustainment and Enabling
Technologies at OSU


Oklahoma Bid and Assistance Network

Who?

Dyn Par LLC

Tiger Natural Gas Inc

Leader Communications Inc LCI

Wyle Laboratories, Inc

C & L Construction Inc

Oklahoma County Council

Phoenix Management Inc

Ingenium Corporation

Manufacturing Technology Inc

Electrical Mfg & Distributors, Inc

Dynamics Research Corporation

Bardes Services Inc

TECOM Incorporated

Absentee Shawnee Design Group

Edmond Scientific Company

Davis Taylor Forster Company

Synergy, INC

CNI Construction LLC

Goodwill Industries

CDW Government Inc.

Boeing (Multiple Divisions/locations)

Raytheon Aerospace

Dynacorp Aerospace Technology

United Technologies/Pratt & Whitney

Lockheed Martin/Kelly Aircraft Center

Lockheed Martin Logistics Management Inc

Lear Service Inc

Northrop Grumman Corp

General Electric Acft Engines

Rockwell Collins Inc

Chem
-
Tronics Inc

Battelle Memorial Institute

Parker Hannifin




Who? (cont’d)

Competition/Supplier Trend

0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
2003
2004
2005
2006
Competitive $ in
Millions
Non-competitive $
in Millions
Number of
suppliers
Dollars(M)

Who? (cont’d)

Source Approval

0
20
40
60
80
100
120
FY06 SARs Received
Approved
Disapproved
Number of SARs Received
Priority 1
Priority 2
Priority 3
Who? (cont’d)

AFMC

FY06
Goal

FY06

Actual

FY06

$s

FY07

Goal

FY08

Goal

FY09

Goal

Small Business

11.48%

12.51%

$4,628.7M

11.73%

11.98%

12.23%

Small

Disadvantaged
Business

2.85%

3.21%

$1,185.7M

2.91%

2.97%

3.03%

Woman
-
owned

Small Business

1.41%

1.56%

$577.8M

1.59%

1.78%

2.01%

HUBZONE

Small Business

.44%

.50%

$186.4M

.58%

.78%

1.04%

Service
-
disabled

Veteran
-
owned

Small Business

.07%

.2%

$73.5M

.11%

.14%

.19%

And Our Environment


Regionalization


BRAC


Manpower reductions


Consolidation of purchases


Small Business Changes

“Any business arrangement that is not
profitable to the other person will in the end
prove unprofitable for you.

The bargain that yields mutual satisfaction is
the only one that is apt to be repeated.”


B.C. Forbes