Since its inclusion in the National Defense Authorization Act three years ago, Intergovernmental Support Agreements (IGSA) have generated strong interest in allowing the negotiation of shared service agreements among defense communities, the military and the private sector. Since then, there have been plenty of challenges and false starts, as communities and DoD worked to implement this authority. This fall, the City of Monterey, CA and the US Army created a process providing a template for future agreements. The first IGSA is set to be signed between the City of Monterey and the U.S. Army, opening the door for defense communities and installations across the nation to follow suit.

WHEN

November 16 – 17, 2016

WHERE

Marriott Monterey | 350 Calle Principal | Monterey, CA 93940

Toll Free Reservations: 1-877-901-6632

ADC has negotiated a special rate of $140 per night.  This rate is available starting October 10, 2016.

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Agenda

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

0815 – 0830     –     Registration
Meet, greet and light refreshments.

0830 – 0945    –     Monterey Model and Municipal Partnership Opportunities
Hans Uslar, Assistant City Manager
This presentation will focus on several key initiatives developed through multi-agency partnerships on the Monterey Peninsula.  Basic principles and rationales that have made these partnerships a success will be discussed.

0945 – 1000     –     Evolution of the Monterey Model – From FAR based Contract to IGSA-based Agreement
Dino Pick, Deputy City Manager, Plans & Public Works
This session will focus on the broad spectrum of Monterey’s delivery of services. The discussion will focus on explaining how Monterey created the ‘Monterey Model’ and how services were added through a mix of planning and coincidence.

1000 – 1010     –     Break

1010 – 1040     –     ThIGSA, the Intergovernmental Support Agreement
Dino Pick, Deputy City Manager, Plans & Public Works 

Our new ‘contractual tool’ is the Intergovernmental Support Agreement. This
presentation will explain Monterey’s IGSA and the path towards implementation.

1045 – 1200     –     Monterey’s Development of the IGSA – A Step-by-Step Narrative
Tom Levendowski, Senior Administrative Analyst
Tamar Kaufman Meusel, Administrative Analyst 

This presentation will discuss the iterative process applied jointly with the the garrison and the U.S. Army to draft the IGSA scope of work and general contract clauses. It will focus on the stumbling blocks and highlight the applied solutions.

1200 – 1330     –     Lunch Break 
Enjoy Monterey cuisine at the nearby scenic Old Fisherman’s Wharf

1330 – 1445     –     Open meeting with Presidio Staff, Directorate of Public Works, and the Deputy Garrison Commander
Travis Reid, Budget Officer, Resource Management, Presidio of Monterey
Travis Reid will discuss his experience with the Monterey Model and his perspective from the garrison operational side. He best  understands the present contract and the newly drafted IGSA.
Jeffery Post, IGSA Manager, U.S. Army
Jefferey Post will talk about his experience with the Monterey Model in his role as the new IGSA manager.  He will discuss the preparations and behind-the-scenes work needed to implement and manage the IGSA on the resource management side.
James Willison and Directorate of Public Works staff
James Willison has been working with the Monterey Model for nearly two decades. He will address the federal installation’s needs and how the partnership has performed through the years.
Hugh Hardin, Deputy to the Garrison Commander
Hugh Hardin has been on base now for almost two years and he will share his experiences with our model.

1445 – 1500     –     Coffee Break

1515 – 1630     –     Nuts and Bolts of the Monterey Model
George Helms, General Services Superintendent 

This session will focus on the Monterey culture and what building blocks have allowed the Monterey Model to flourish. Examples of how public-public partners establish mutually beneficial relationships. Principles of leadership, cost savings and efficiency will be discussed.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

0800 – 0815     –     Bus Tour of Monterey and the Presidio of Monterey Assembly

0815     –     Bus Departure

0930 – 1130     –     Tour of the Presidio & Success Stories in the Field 
George Helms, General Services Superintendent
Jon Anderson, Building Maintenance Supervisor 
The site tour will include stops to illustrate specific projects or upgrades that resulted in cost savings, energy savings or other efficiency improvements. Members of our team will be onb hand to meet you and present their work.

*Please note the tour includes some light walking

1130 – 1200     –     Closing Discussion at the Presidio Ortiz Briefing Room 
Group Discussion and Q & A with Staff 
This informal session will provide opportunities to ask questions about the Monterey Model, as well as a chance to relate your impressions with the community partnerships. We hope to learn from you what we can do better. Our staff will be present to answer questions.

Staff can arrange for individual transportation back to the hotel if your flights are scheduled to leave around noon time.

Registration

ADC Members
Early Bird: $195
Regular: $295

DoD Personnel
All Federal Government fees are waived.  If you would like to register, contact:
Aleksandar  Pavlovich apavlovich@defensecommunities.org or (202) 822-5256

Non-Members
Early Bird: $295
Regular: $395

Sponsorship Opportunities

ADC will offer sponsorship opportunities for this event.  If you have questions or are interested in becoming an ADC Sponsor, please contact Matt Borron at mborron@defensecommunities.org, or (202) 640-1494.

Service Member Attire

While service members may choose any uniform to wear to the event, we recommend the following:

United States Marine Corps: Service Charlies
United States Navy: Service Khakis
United States Army: Service Class B’s
United States Air Force:  Service Blues (Short sleeves without tie)
United States Coast Guard: Tropical Blues

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