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DoD’s Office of Economic Adjustment Seeks Cooperative Agreement Proposals; Reicpients to Provide Economic Indicators to Approximately Defense-Impacted Locations
Jul 16, 2013

The Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment has announced it is soliciting proposals that will result in a cooperative agreement to provide economic indicators on a recurring basis to approximately 80 Defense-impacted locations engaged in defense economic adjustment. OEA works with communities/regions experiencing base closure, realignment, and reductions in or cancellations of DoD spending. Implementation of a community's plan to redevelop surplus property (base closure) or address reductions in defense procurement may be impacted by changing economic conditions, including, but not limited to, declining home values, rising unemployment, declining tax revenue, and  housing/business starts. Specifically, OEA is seeking proposals  to continue to provide information to its program customer base on:

(1) Adjusted monthly and quarterly economic data for approximately 80 communities with Defense impacts; and (2) a national baseline for identified economic indicators. This information was and will continue to be developed with and for the affected communities, and posted on the Internet to further assist OEA's community, state, and other customers in the coordination and  delivery of adjustment assistance.

Eligible respondents include any State or local government or private entity.  The proposal deadline is August 15.

The entire text of the July 15, 2013 FEDERAL REGISTER notice can be found in PDF format here.

OEA includes this list of BRAC 2005 military installations with a continuing need for regional economic data appear in today’s notice. OEA reserves the right to add to or change this list and to identify approximately 50 additional Defense-impacted communities for future data collection.

Calfornia: Onizuka Air Force Station
California: Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Concord Detachment
California: Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant
Colorado: Buckley Air Force Base Annex
District of Columbia: Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Georgia: Fort Gillem
Georgia: Fort McPherson
Georgia: Naval Supply Corps School Athens
Illinois: Rock Island Arsenal
Indiana: Newport Chemical Depot
Kansas: Kansas Army Ammunition Plant
Louisiana: Naval Support Activity New Orleans
Maine: Naval Air Station Brunswick
Michigan: Selfridge Army Activity
Mississippi: Naval Station Pascagoula
Missouri: Army Reserve Personnel Command St. Louis
New Jersey: Fort Monmouth
North Dakota: Grand Forks Air Force Base
Oregon: Umatilla Army Depot
Pennsylvania: Naval Air Station Willow Grove
Texas: Brooks City Base
Texas: Naval Air Station Corpus Christi/Naval Station Ingleside.
Texas: Red River Army Depot/Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant
Texas: Sheppard Air Force Base
Utah: Deseret Chemical Depot
Virginia: Fort Monroe
Wisconsin: General Mitchell Air Reserve Station