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budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityComponents of the SRS system have reached their useful life and are no longer supportedby the manufacturer. Additionally, upgrades are needed to support the newly assigned 800Mhz frequencies. This will fund replacement of the Kaval bi-directional amplifiers. This ispart of a five year program to upgrade the system.Replace End-of-Life Uninterruptible Power Supply for IT Servers, $45,000. To maintain andprotect the integrity of the data network, UPS's that have reached their useful life must bereplaced. They are no longer covered under the manufacturer's warranty. This project willreplace UPS systems in smaller IT racks not located in major IT facilities not on a gridsupported by generator power. They support systems that provide network services to usersremote from IT facilities. Approximately 50 units will be purchased.Replace Cisco IT Line Modules, $90,000. Replace all Cisco line modules that have reachedend-of-life and no longer supported by manufacturer's warranty. The line modules providenetwork connection for users to all network resources like internet, email, Ere FP, etc.Locations are in computer rooms and communication closets. Part of a two year program toreplace 45 - 50 units per year for a total of 90 - 100 units. On January 2011 these systemsreach EOL at which time they are no longer supported by the manufacturer.Electrical Coordination Study, $100,000. This project will fund a study to coordinate theelectrical loads from the North Substation to their lowest downstream panels to ensure thatproper fault protection is in place to prevent a switchgear failure in the North Substation.Cooling for Terminal B/C Electrical Substations, $450,000. This project will modify threeexisting air handling units to provide cooling to Electrical Substations 1, 2, and 3 in TerminalsB and C. These substations require additional cooling to maintain a proper equipmentoperating temperature.Replace Servers, $250,000. This multi-year project will replace 50 of 500 servers that havereached end-of-life and are no longer supported by the manufacturer. These servers provideaccess to production data including email, application data, and file servers.Exterior Electric Shop HVAC, $100,000. This project funds a cooling unit to be installed in thenew exterior electric shop located in the cargo facility. The existing space is not fit out for airconditioning units or ducts.Flight Kitchen Fire Alarm Panel Replacement, $150,000. This project funds for thereplacement of the fire alarm panel in the Sky Chefs facility.Upgrade Local Area Network (LAN) Backbone, $175,000. This project upgrades LAN systemswitches to 10Gb speed to accommodate increased data and security requirements. Thisproject will match server capacity with LAN capacity.Optical Cable (OC)-48 Bandwidth Upgrade Between IAD and DCA, $35,000. This project willupgrade current OC-12 between DCA and IAD to an OC-48. This upgrade requireshardware/software upgrades at four locations. The existing OC-12 is reaching capacity and126

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports Authorityadditional bandwidth is needed to accommodate ERP, security feeds, and data and voicebetween campuses.Radio Local Area Network (RLAN) Switch Replacement Program, $125,000. This multi-yearproject will replace switches that have or will shortly reach end-of-life. Funds in 2012 will beused to replace approximately seven switches. Approximately 14 additional switches willneed to be replaced through 2014.Compliance with New FCC Mandatory Narrowband Radio Requirements, $100,000. TheFCC's narrow banding initiative requires legacy UHF/VHF radio systems to migrate tonarrowband technology (12.5kHz). This project will transition the radios used for theMWAA's shuttle bus and parking garage operations.Telecommunications Battery Back Up Replacement, $115,000. The current private branchexchange battery backup system has reached end-of-life and is no longer serviced by themanufacturer or covered under warranty. There are ten battery plants at IAD and two atDCA. This project will replace battery backup systems that are located at varioustelecommunications switches. The switches must be operational during a power outage ortelecommunications will be lost.Radio System UPS Replacement Program, $60,000. UPS systems are used to in strategicareas of the radio system to power equipment in the event of power failure from the grid.This project is part of a phased program to replace UPS systems at both airport campusesand Tyson’s Corner. The UPS's have reached end-of-life and exhibited failure symptoms.They are no longer covered by the manufacturer's warranty or service agreement.Supplemental Radiation System (SRS) Major Component Replacement Program, $65,000.The SRS system provides in-building radio coverage and runs throughout the interiors ofbuildings, terminals, and concourses at both campuses. Its components include antenna,radiating coax, amplifiers, and headend equipment. When these components reach theiruseful life, they are no longer supported by the manufacturer or warranty and need to bereplaced. This project is part of a multi-year program that will end in 2015 to upgrade thecritical system components.OtherAutomated Vehicle ID, $550,000. This project supports the continued implementation of theautomated vehicle identification system for taxicabs and hotel shuttles that enables theAirport to establish an electronic credit/debit system. The purchase of the equipment includescomputer hardware/software, identification readers, vehicle-mounted transponders,entrance/exit lane readers, and other required peripherals. New equipment also will beinstalled to track hotel shuttle movement.Commercial Program Investment, $3,769,000. This project will fund commercial programinitiatives that help increase the value of Airport facilities. Some initiatives include: retail, foodand beverage facility improvements, installation of commercial signage, architectural services127

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