FORT LEE, Virginia -- (Feb. 18, 2016) Army Contracting Command leaders met with members of the Mission and Installation Contracting Command from Fort Lee, Virginia, during a Feb. 3 town hall.Maj. Gen. James Simpson, the ACC commanding general, and Command Sgt. Maj. David Puig spoke with Soldiers and civilians on a variety of topics including career development, the command's future footprint, and a general overview of the command. Simpson also allotted time for MICC-Fort Lee staff to ask questions and address concerns.The ACC leaders also took the time to recognize individuals from MICC-Fort Lee for exceptional performance. Following the individual awards for distinction, Lt. Col. Dexter Daniel, MICC-Fort Lee's associate director, also recognized and addressed the team for their efforts and success over the last year."While everyone deserves recognition in the MICC for their many successful contributions to the mission last year, there were some extraordinary folks who went beyond the call of duty during year-end operations, contributing significantly to our metrics or deploying on behalf of the MICC," Daniel said.ACC command team coins of excellence were presented to Tim Wills, Gordon Oliver, Wanda Evans, Evette Evans and Capt. Jadore Scovell.MICC-Fort Lee provides cradle to grave contract support for supplies, services and construction to the Combined Arms Support Command, logistics readiness center, Network Enterprise Technology Command, Installation Management Command, Software Engineering Center-Fort Lee, Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systems and Services, 23rd Quartermaster Brigade and other tenant units on Fort Lee, VirginiaIn fiscal 2015, the MICC-Fort Lee contracting office executed more than 700 contract actions valued at almost $148 million, including more than $83 million to small businesses. MICC-Fort Lee also managed more than 25,000 Government Purchase Card Program transactions in fiscal 2015 valued at an additional $9.5 million.