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What has been the impact of downsizing on the agency’s facilities engineering organization? How has the agency’s facilities engineering organization responded to mitigate the impact of downsizing? Air National Guard The Air National Guard (ANG) physical plant consists of over 90 military bases located at 160 sites throughout the United States with an aggregate value of approximately $12 billion. The fiscal year (FY) 1999 annual construction and replacement budget is about $250 million. , provides overall guidance to states, territories, and the District of Columbia, which operate ANG units during peacetime.

Both its courses of instruction and its research output are available to all federal agencies (see the section “Interesting Initiatives” for contact information). S. Army Corps of Engineers’ “Architect/Engineer Contract Administration Support System” (ACASS). ACASS is a database containing historical evaluations of A/E performance on past projects. Evaluations can be entered into the database by any federal agency. Similarly, ACASS can be queried by any federal agency interested in evaluating a particular A/E’s past performance (see the section “Interesting Initiatives” for contact information).

During design, the NAVFAC office evaluates the A/E’s compliance with its quality control program. If the program is in compliance, it is presumed that the design itself is compliant. • NAVFAC has provided extensive technical, management, and leadership training for its military and civil service facilities engineering professionals for over 50 years at its naval school, Civil Engineer Corps Offices, located at Port Hueneme, California. This well-regarded institution conducts wide-ranging classes and seminars in facilities engineering and also develops management solutions and process improvements.

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