tv [untitled] May 15, 2012 6:00pm-6:30pm EDT
of in-house work forces. lifting the moratorium would eliminate the incentives that the department needs to fix the a-76 process as well as finish the services contract inventory. and before i conclude my remarks, mr. chairman, i will conclude that the a-76 process was a pilot program on guam and it was a total flop. we experienced a series of problems and i witnessed this firsthand. i go on record as opposing this amendment. >> gentlelady's time has expired. we recognize mr. forbes fsh two minutes. >> we don't want to give the
arbitrary am. we're not changing our bias towards government contracts where with echange the 10% figure. our friends on the other side, friends over here, too. and it passed in our bill last year. i think mr. ridgewell has done a good job of striking the right balance on this. what it ends up doing is having true competition without shifting that balance where we get the best product for the best price. i hope that we support as we did on block last year from this committee and pass it on. with that, mr. chairman, i yield back. >> the chair recognizes mr.
andrews from new jersey for 10 minutes. >> i associate the remarks and oppose the amendment. the balance that we're attempting to strike cannot be achieved without adequate information about which contracts are properly subject to the a-76 process. the inventory that was a condition to preceding, lifting the moratorium has not been supplied. until it does, i don't think we can strike the right balance because we don't have the right list of contracts to be looking at. i would urge a no vote on the amendment and yield back.
a. >> for example, if you're talking about government efficiency, let's recognize that the d.o.d. has spent, double, in fact, the amount of money for contractors than they have for the civilian work force. in fact, the civilian work force has staid rather stable. whereas the monies that has been spent from 2000 to 10 years later has been $72 billion to $150 billion. this does not include funding at all. the army claims savings of 16% to 30% from insourcing in one
year alone. and nevada been able to radio us their costs. the premise is one, whether or not we are actually using outside contractors, the answer is of course we are. let's look at what the d.o.d. has managed to safe in a year, the point made by mr. schilling is the fact that we also have to invest in that civilian work force. when we talk about being prepared and being able to meet the various demands, it's when we don't have that talent available to us in the critical fields in particular, that's when we lose our advantage.
>> i administered a pilot program in the mid '80s, i was chief in the board in south texas. under the reagan administration, they required us to do a pilot. in a law enforcement agency, the impact that it had on us was that on a typical oil change for a vehicle went from about $5 to about $20. anticipate if you did it after hours or on a weekend or holiday, there was an additional surcharge for any kind of work that was done under a-76 program. it's a frustrating experience in being able to manage our vehicle fleet. it's a 24-hour law enforcement
operation. the program was canceled. so i -- this is not based on a study, it's actual pilot program that was run in the sector, and i was the chief at the time. so i am in opposition to this amendment. >> members in favor say aye. those opposed, no. >> the ayes have it. the amendment is agreed to. >> mr. chairman, i would ask for a roll call vote, please. >> roll call vote has been requested. a roll call vote is ordered. let me just tell you, that was the last amendment we're debating. we will have a block amendment,
then we will have our roll call votes, we're approaching the finish line. will the clerk please pass out the amendments to be offered in block. without objection, reading the amendments will be dispensed with. the amendment is comprised of an amendment by mr. andrews on the potential transition of human based methods of training. preventing the d.o.d. using nondisclosure amendments from using employees from communicating with members of congress. an amendment by ms. sanchez to require an assessment of the nuclear weapon pit production requirement. an amendment by mr. mcintyre to establish a center of excellence for the national guard program
which would include skills in relationship and partnership buildings by foreign entities. an amendment to prohibit the secretary of defense from retiring or transferring any air guard, reverse or army reserve aircraft until certain information is provided to congress. an amendment by mr. hunter and runyon to require the service secretaries to submit unfunded requirements for the annual budgetment submissions. an amendment by mr. whitman to require recidivism on individuals formerly detained at the detention facility in afghan tan. an amendment by mr. turner to require d.o.d. recollaboration with the f.a.a. and nasa and integrating uas in the national air space system. an amendment by mr. wilson to ask the controller general 20 determine the effects of titanium purchase restrictions
on domestic manufacturers of aircraft components who contract with the dod. and a technical amendment by mr. turner. is there further debate from the on block amendment? the amendment is agreed to. a roll call vote was orderered. amendment number 085. the question now -- the question now occurs on the amendment offered by mr.
>> mr. smith? mr. smith votes aye. mr. bartlett? votes in. . >> mr. thornbury votes no. ms. sanchez? >> aye. >> ms. sanchez votes aye. >> mr. jones? mr. mcindire. mr. mcintyre. mr. aken votes no. mr. brady. mr. brady votes aye. mr. forbes, mr. forbes votes no. mr. andrews. mr. andrews votes aye. mr. miller? no. >> mr. miller votes no. 34rs davis? mrs. davis votes a ye. mr. wilson votes no.
mr. larson votes aye. e. mr. turner votes no. mr. cooper votes aye. mr. klein. >> no. >> mr. klein votes no. mr. ronlers. mr. rogers? mr. courtney mr. courtney votes aye. mr. franks votes no. mr. lobe sack votes ayep. mr. conway votes no. mr. pingrey votes aye. mr. kissel. mr. kissel votes aye. >> mr. whitman votes aye.
>> no. >> ms. hockel votes aye. >> mr. schilling votes no. ms. spear votes aye. mr. runyon votes no. mr. scott votes no. mr. griffin. >> no. >> mr. griffin votes no. mr. palatso votes no. mr. west? mr. west votes no. robey votes no. mr. brooks votes no. mr. young votes no. mr. jones. mr. mcintyre votes aye.
>> the clerk will record the tally. >> mr. chairman, the nos are 32, the ayes are 26. >> the amendment is not agreed to. the committee postpone further proceedings on the amendment offered by mr. andrews. number 128 and shall now resume those proceedings. the question now ocurse oan amendment offered by mr.
andrews. the clerk will call the role. >> chairman mccann? >> no. mr. bart net votes aye. mr. reyes votes aye. ms. sanchez votes aye. mr. jones mr. mcintyre. mr. mcintyre votes aye. mr. aiken votes no. mr. brady votes ye. mr. forbes votes aye. mr. andrews votes aye. mr. miller votes no. plvm h mr. wilson votes no.
mr. lamborn votes no. plrks kissel votes aye. mr. whitman votes aye. mr. hinrich votes aye. mr. hunter votes aye. mr. owens votes aye. dr. fleming votes no. mr. garamendi votes aye. mr. critz rotes aye. mr. rooney votes aye. mr. ryan votes aye. mr. platts votes aye. mr. ruppersberger votes aye. mr. johnson votes aye. mr. gibson votes aye. ms. sutton votes aye. ms. hartzler votes a ye.
mrs. hanabusa votes aye. dr. heck votes no. m.hochul votes aye. mr. schilling? mr. schilling votes aye. ms. speier votes aye. mr. runyon votes aye. mr. scott votes aye. mr. griffin votes aye. mr. palazzo votes no. mr. west votes no. mrs. roby votes aye. mr. brooks? mr. brooks votes aye. mr. young votes no. oh, mr. jones. mr. brady is recorded as no. >> aye. >> mr. brady votes aye.
>> mr. mckeon, no. mr. smith? >> mr. smith votes aye. mr. reyes swreets aye. mr. thornberry votes no. mrs. sanchez votes aye. mr. jones? mr. jones, mr. mcintyre. mr. mcintyre votes present. mr. akin votes no. mr. brady? >> aye. >> mr. brady votes aye. mr. forbes votes no. mr. andrews votes aye. >> mr. miller votes no. >> mrs. davis. votes aye. mr. wilson votes no. mr. langevin votes ay. aye. mr. lobiodo votes no. mr. larsen votes aye.
mr. turn votes no. mr. cooper votes aye. mr. kline votes no. mrs. bordallo votes aye. mr. rogers votes no. mr. courtney votes aye. or pass? sir? yes. mr. franks votes no. mr. loebsack votes aye. mr. shuster votes no. miss tsongas votes aye. mr. conaway votes no. mrs. pingree votes aye. mr. lamborn votes no. mr. kissell votes no. mr. wittman votes no. mr. heinrich votes aye. mr. hunter votes no.
mr. owens votes aye. dr. fleming votes no p. mr. garamendi votes aye. mr. coffman votes no. mr. critz votes aye. mr. rooney votes no. mr. ryan? mr. ryan votes aye. mr. mlatts votes no. mr. ruppersberger votes aye. mr. regell votes aye. mr. johnson votes aye. mr. gibson votes ayee. ms. sutton votes aye. mrs. hartzler votes no. ms. ahanabusa votes aye. dr. heck votes no. ms. hochul votes aye. mr. schilling votes no. ms. speier votes