FORT CARSON, Colorado (Oct. 30, 2014) -- The top enlisted leader for the Army Contracting Command met with members of the 918th Contingency Contracting Battalion and Mission and Installation Contracting Command during a visit to Fort Carson, Colorado, Oct. 29.Dubbed the "Best Home Town in the Army," Command Sgt. Maj. David Puig maximized his trip to Fort Carson during a day of events with the contracting team. The day began with a reception by Lt. Col. Christopher Ostby, the 918th CCBn commander, and Master Sgt. Terry Walker, the battalion sergeant major.Following a tour of offices to meet personnel, Puig conducted an NCO development program with enlisted Soldiers to discuss emerging changes in the Army Acquisition Corps. He also discussed NCO professional development, schools, promotions, the service's drawdown, and the future of the acquisition corps.Following the NCODP, the ACC command sergeant major shifted gears by hosting a town hall for all organizational members. During the town hall Puig discussed the force reshaping of the Army Contracting Command, its mission set and vision for the future.As part of the town hall, he presented ACC "Coins of Excellence" to two MICC members who were nominated by their supervisors for their performance. Nick Tapp was recognized for his efforts with the contracting support he provided for several complex contracting actions that support the Fort Carson Garrison. Ulanda Parker was recognized for the administrative support she provides to 55 members, both military and civilian, assigned to the organization."Ulanda is exceptional as the nucleus of 'all things administration' that comes into and leaves this organization," Ostby said.Puig concluded his visit with an organizational luncheon at the Wolf Dining Facility. As a gesture of gratitude for his visit and taking the time to meet with contracting members at Fort Carson, Ostby presented the ACC's top enlisted leader with a 918th CCBn belt buckle.