FORT CAMPBELL, Kentucky (Oct. 1, 2015) -- Mission and Installation Contracting Command-Fort Campbell contracting office and 922nd Contracting Battalion officials have attended multiple events in the past few months to publicize forecasted requirements for the Fort Campbell community.MICC-Fort Campbell and 922nd CBN acquisition personnel have been actively committed to providing small businesses opportunities to compete for contracts.In June 2015, MICC-Fort Campbell representatives attended the 6th Annual Procurement Summit for Small Businesses at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee. The event attracted more than 20 government agencies and 100 small businesses and focused on topics to include doing business with the government as well as how to register a small business to qualify to do business with local, state, and federal governments.Angela Jacobs, MICC-Fort Campbell contracting office deputy director, briefed small business owners on Fort Campbell's forecasted contract requirements. MICC-Fort Campbell officials then answered questions from small business representatives who were interested in potentially competing to fulfill Fort Campbell's upcoming requirements.To ensure Kentucky's small businesses also have an opportunity to compete for Fort Campbell requirements, Jacobs attended another small business event Sept. 15 hosted by the Christian County Chamber of Commerce in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The event was themed "Doing Business with Fort Campbell." Jacobs and several other speakers from Fort Campbell provided small businesses with information on upcoming requirements for Fort Campbell.MICC-Fort Campbell officials said they remain committed to providing opportunities to small businesses and helping the Army meet its small business goals. MICC-Fort Campbell is planning a small business symposium for first quarter fiscal 2016.Headquartered at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, the MICC is responsible for providing contracting support for the warfighter at Army commands, installations and activities located throughout the continental United States and Puerto Rico. Through August of this fiscal year, the command has executed more than 27,400 contract actions worth more than $3.8 billion across the Army, including $1.5 billion to American small businesses.