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Background
The main mission of this organization is to provide military and public works services to the United States. It is involved in a wide range of public civil engineering projects.

Officially known as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Corps includes over 34,600 federal civilian employees and some 650 military employees. Some of its responsibilities include:

  • Designing, constructing and operating locks and dams. It also tackles waterway dredging, flood control, and beach erosion control.
  • Constructing and maintaining the New Orleans flood protection system.
  • Designing and managing construction for U.S. Army and Air Force facilities and other Defense and federal agencies
  • Ecosystem restoration projects.

The Corps of Engineers can trace its history to the construction of the original fortifications around Bunker Hill (Boston, Mass. area) during the Revolutionary War. By the early 1800s the Corps was stationed at West Point, N.Y., where parts of the organization eventually evolved into the nation's first military academy.

In Washington DC, the Corps of Engineers helped design and build the Washington Monument and the Pentagon.

The Corps currently is led by Lieutenant General Robert L. Van Antwerp.[1}

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Current Climate

Major Projects by Department - FY2009

'The following are department-wide IT projects and programs within the Corps of engineers

  • Architect-Engineer Contract/Construction Contract Appraisal System (ACASS/CCASS)
  • Automated Personal Property Management System (APPMS)
  • Computer Aided Cost Engineering System (CACES)
  • Computer Aided Structural Engineering (CASE)
  • Consolidated IT Infrastructure/Office Automation/Telecommunications (I/OA/T)
  • Corps Enterprise Architecture (CeA)
  • Corps Enterprise Management Information System (CEEMIS)
  • Corps of Engineers Automated Legal System (CEALS)
  • Corps of Engineers Financial Management System (CEFMS)
  • Corps Water Management System (CWMS)
  • Deployable Tactical Operations System (DTOS)
  • Emergency Response Program (ENGLink)
  • Enterprise Geospatial Information Systems (eGIS)
  • Facilities & Equipment Maintenance Systems (FEM)
  • Financial Management LoB
  • Geospatial Line of Business
  • Information Technology Investment Portfolio System (ITIPS)
  • Inland Electronic Navigation Chart (IENC) Program
  • Knowledge Management Environment (KME)
  • Numerical Models (NUMMOD)
  • Operations & Maintenance Business Info Link PLUS (OMBIL)
  • Program and Project Management System (PROMIS Phase 2) (P2)
  • Real Estate Corporate Information System (RECIS)
  • Real Estate Management Information System (REMIS)
  • Real Estate Military (RFMIS and HAPMIS)
  • Recreation.Gov & Recreation One-Stop Web Page Support ID# 202-99-01-99-01-0001-24)
  • Resident Management System (RMS)
  • SignPro
  • Standard Procurement System

Leading Projects at the Corps of Engineers- 2007
Consolidated IT Infrastructure/Office Automation/Telecommunications (I/OA/T)
Small/Other Projects for Infrastructure
Modeling Tools
Corps of Engineers Financial Management Services
PROMIS Phase II (P2)

Leading Contract Winners at the Corps of Engineers
Koniag Inc. - Services
Sysorex Federal Inc. - Services
Dell Computer Corp - Products
Multimedia Services Inc. - Services
Michael Baker Corp. - Services

IT Budget History

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
2009
$379 $297 $281

$288 (Proposed)

$297 (Final))

$375 (Proposed)

$488 (Final)

$320 (Proposed)

$613 (Enacted)

$392 (Proposed)

Numbers = $millions. (Data from the Office of Management and Budget)

Note on 2007 & 2008: Most civilian agencies other that the Homeland Security Department have not had a full budget approved since FY2006. A continuing resolution has keep agency spending near 2006 levels.

  • * Big adjustment in FY2007 was related to Hurricane Katrina.

Most Common Procurement Methods

See also: Document outlining the Corps of Engineers

Advice

Related Links


Agency Profile
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
441 G Street
Washington, DC 20314-1000
202-761-0010

Web site


Mission:
Serves the Armed Forces and the Nation by providing vital engineering services and capabilities, as a public service, across the full spectrum of operations—from peace to war—in support of national interests. The Corps missions include five broad areas: Water Resources, Environment, Infrastructure, Homeland Security, and Warfighting.[2]



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Notes

[1] From the Corps Executive Office Webpage. [2] From the Corps list of missions.

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