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Contracting in Disasters: What Companies Can Do To Help
Contracting Director: I want to make sure that everyone understands the first steps in doing business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the Government, is for your company to register...

Interested in doing business with USACE?

  1. Register in the System for Award Management database.  It is MANDATORY that all vendors are registered on the website in order to receive contracts. The System for Award Management (SAM) is an official website of the U.S. government. There is no cost to use SAMClick HERE for a USACE guide to navigating the new Contract Opportunities site.
  2. Find information on available USACE opportunities through the Contract Opportunities website.
  3. Complete the appropriate forms stated in or provided in the synopsis or solicitation.
  4. Visit the website for the division, district, center or laboratory with which you desire to do business in order to learn about the missions and the types of services/supplies each procures.
  5. If you are a small or small disadvantaged business, call, write or visit the Corps of Engineers, Deputy for Small Business in the location of interest to you to discuss your firm's capabilities, interest and capacities to perform.

You can find information about upcoming opportunities from:

  1. Contract Opportunities
  2. Advance Notices to Bidders and Invitations for Bids at businesses such as the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), minority contract associations, and construction industry associations.
  3. Small Business Conferences
  4. Announcements of Business Opportunity Conferences, Trade Fairs and other federally attended or sponsored liaison meetings in your area
  5. Corps of Engineers division, district and laboratory websites

Click HERE for a one-page flyer: "Guide to Doing Business With the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers"

Businesses can help during disasters and emergencies: click here for information regarding the Disaster Response Registry and visit our Contracting in Disasters page for more information.

Need more help? Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs) help businesses pursue and perform under contracts with the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, state and local governments and with government prime contractors. Most of the assistance the PTACs provide is free.

FY22 MILCON Forecast

The FY22 USACE MILCON Forecast is available on the MILCON Forecast Page.

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