Congressman James E. Clyburn

Proudly Serving the 6th District of South Carolina

Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies

Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies

Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies

 

The Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies will only accept community project funding requests in the following accounts:

  • Army
  • Navy and Marine Corps
  • Air Force
  • Defense-Wide
  • Army National Guard
  • Air National Guard
  • Army Reserve
  • Navy Reserve
  • Air Force Reserve

Eligible projects must be for fiscal year 2022 funds only and cannot include a request for multiyear funding. Projects must be shovel ready in fiscal year 2022 with 35 percent design complete and must be positioned to have contracts awarded in fiscal year 2022.

The Subcommittee will not accept project requests for any other account. To see the full guidance from this Subcommittee, please click here

To submit a request, click on the link for the appropriate account to download the submission template.

 

Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction - Active Components

Both construction and unspecified minor military construction projects for active components are eligible. An unspecified minor military construction project is one that has an approved cost equal to or less than $6,000,000. The types of projects include construction, installation, equipment of temporary or permanent public works, military installations, and facilities for the following accounts:

  • Army
  • Navy and Marine Corps
  • Air Force
  • Defense-Wide Agencies (SOCOM, DHA, etc.)

Click here to download the template for submitting a community projects request for the Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction – Active Components account.

 

Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction - Reserve Components

The major difference between active components and reserve components construction and unspecified minor construction requests is that reserve components may require a State funding match. The types of projects under this heading include construction, expansion, rehabilitation, and conversion of facilities for training and administration for the following accounts:

  • Army National Guard
  • Air National guard
  • Army Reserve
  • Navy Reserve
  • Air Force Reserve

Click here to download the template for submitting a community projects request for the Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction – Reserve Components account.

 

Planning and Design

The types of projects under this heading include improving facility resilience, study, planning, design, and architect and engineer services for the below accounts:

  • Army
  • Navy and Marine Corps
  • Air Force
  • Defense-Wide Agencies (SOCOM, DHA, etc.)
  • Army National Guard
  • Air National Guard
  • Army Reserve
  • Navy Reserve
  • Air Force Reserve

Click here to download the template for submitting a community projects request for the Planning and Design account.

 

Lists of Eligible Community Projects

The eligible lists of community projects are those that are submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense. Projects that only appear on a list or FYDP provided by a base commander will not be accepted. Such lists include:

  • Future Year Defense Program (FYDP) – FYDP is a projection of the forces, resources, and programs needed to support Department of Defense (DOD) operations over a five-year span. The FYDP is released simultaneously with the President’s budget request. The updated document listing projects eligible for FY 2022 will be obtainable after the FY 2022 full budget rollout, through the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) website: https://comptroller.defense.gov/Budget-Materials/.
  • Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs) – UFRs/UPLs are lists that each Service provides to Congress that identify priority projects which were not included in the President’s budget request. These lists must be approved by the Secretary of Defense. 
  • Cost-to-completes (CTCs) – CTCs are projects that have previously received an appropriation but require additional funding for completion. These lists represent the requirements identified by each Service for the additional funding necessary to complete a project. 

For reference, current Milcon authorizations may be found in the FY21 NDAA DIVISION B—MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS, which you can access by clicking here