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MSC Ship Repair on Guam Summit

Industry Day

MSC Ship Repair on Guam Summit

Industry Day

NOTE: In accordance with Navy guidance, all participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend this in-person meeting. Proof of vaccination will be required. NOTE: In accordance with Navy guidance, all participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend this in-person meeting. Proof of vaccination will be required.

NOTE: In accordance with Navy guidance, all participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend this in-person meeting. Proof of vaccination will be required.

NOTE: In accordance with Navy guidance, all participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend this in-person meeting. Proof of vaccination will be required.

| Introductions – | Ship Repair Workload Forecasts (2021 – 2026) – Bill Gunn20-21 executed workload reviewForecasts for 22, 23 and beyond| Base Facility Discussion – Updates on ex-SRF MILCON project schedulesCOVID-19 impactsBase access requirementsPort loading challengesChallenges in forecasting future NBG port loading and maintenance pier planning| Guam Ship Repair Contracting – Amber San Gil, Mike RossikGuam General Ship Repair Multiple Award Contract IDIQRemaining term of existing IDIQCPARS, Liquidated Damages – Contractor Officer’s toolbox to hold the contractor accountableNew acquisition statusMSC GSR MAC-IDIQMSC single award IDIQFuture Capabilities desiresGetting a FT Marine Chemist on the IslandShore power during maintenance: portable gensets, cables, other| MSC work Package Improvement Initiatives Jody BronoughStandardized work itemsCCSIs/CSIsPre-assessments – Getting the work package rightWorkload targets for VRs and MTAs| Manpower and Industry Capacity DiscussionsResourcing skilled laborWhat are the right manloading targets for our work packages?| ABS/USCG Observations| Q & A| Wrap-up / Adjourn | Introductions – | Ship Repair Workload Forecasts (2021 – 2026) – Bill Gunn20-21 executed workload reviewForecasts for 22, 23 and beyond| Base Facility Discussion – Updates on ex-SRF MILCON project schedulesCOVID-19 impactsBase access requirementsPort loading challengesChallenges in forecasting future NBG port loading and maintenance pier planning| Guam Ship Repair Contracting – Amber San Gil, Mike RossikGuam General Ship Repair Multiple Award Contract IDIQRemaining term of existing IDIQCPARS, Liquidated Damages – Contractor Officer’s toolbox to hold the contractor accountableNew acquisition statusMSC GSR MAC-IDIQMSC single award IDIQFuture Capabilities desiresGetting a FT Marine Chemist on the IslandShore power during maintenance: portable gensets, cables, other| MSC work Package Improvement Initiatives Jody BronoughStandardized work itemsCCSIs/CSIsPre-assessments – Getting the work package rightWorkload targets for VRs and MTAs| Manpower and Industry Capacity DiscussionsResourcing skilled laborWhat are the right manloading targets for our work packages?| ABS/USCG Observations| Q & A| Wrap-up / Adjourn 18 November 20210800-1200Location: Naval Base Guam Base Theater (Haputo Rd, Bldg 1981)18 November 20210800-1200Location: Naval Base Guam Base Theater (Haputo Rd, Bldg 1981)

| Introductions –

| Ship Repair Workload Forecasts (2021 – 2026) – Bill Gunn

20-21 executed workload review

Forecasts for 22, 23 and beyond

| Base Facility Discussion –

Updates on ex-SRF MILCON project schedules

COVID-19 impacts

Base access requirements

Port loading challenges

Challenges in forecasting future NBG port loading and maintenance pier planning

| Guam Ship Repair Contracting – Amber San Gil, Mike Rossik

Guam General Ship Repair Multiple Award Contract IDIQ

Remaining term of existing IDIQ

CPARS, Liquidated Damages – Contractor Officer’s toolbox to hold the contractor accountable

New acquisition status

MSC GSR MAC-IDIQ

MSC single award IDIQ

Future Capabilities desires

Getting a FT Marine Chemist on the Island

Shore power during maintenance: portable gensets, cables, other

| MSC work Package Improvement Initiatives Jody Bronough

Standardized work items

CCSIs/CSIs

Pre-assessments – Getting the work package right

Workload targets for VRs and MTAs

| Manpower and Industry Capacity Discussions

Resourcing skilled labor

What are the right manloading targets for our work packages?

| ABS/USCG Observations

| Q & A

| Wrap-up / Adjourn

| Introductions –

| Ship Repair Workload Forecasts (2021 – 2026) – Bill Gunn

20-21 executed workload review

Forecasts for 22, 23 and beyond

| Base Facility Discussion –

Updates on ex-SRF MILCON project schedules

COVID-19 impacts

Base access requirements

Port loading challenges

Challenges in forecasting future NBG port loading and maintenance pier planning

| Guam Ship Repair Contracting – Amber San Gil, Mike Rossik

Guam General Ship Repair Multiple Award Contract IDIQ

Remaining term of existing IDIQ

CPARS, Liquidated Damages – Contractor Officer’s toolbox to hold the contractor accountable

New acquisition status

MSC GSR MAC-IDIQ

MSC single award IDIQ

Future Capabilities desires

Getting a FT Marine Chemist on the Island

Shore power during maintenance: portable gensets, cables, other

| MSC work Package Improvement Initiatives Jody Bronough

Standardized work items

CCSIs/CSIs

Pre-assessments – Getting the work package right

Workload targets for VRs and MTAs

| Manpower and Industry Capacity Discussions

Resourcing skilled labor

What are the right manloading targets for our work packages?

| ABS/USCG Observations

| Q & A

| Wrap-up / Adjourn

18 November 2021

0800-1200

Location:

Naval Base Guam Base Theater (Haputo Rd, Bldg 1981)

18 November 2021

0800-1200

Location:

Naval Base Guam Base Theater (Haputo Rd, Bldg 1981)