October MICC Communicator

By Mission and Installation Contracting Command Public Affairs OfficeOctober 27, 2021

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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas (Oct. 27, 2021) -- Find the October 2021 issue of the MICC Communicator electronic publication now online at the link below.

In this month’s Leader Perspective: “MICC delivers wins for Soldiers, Army,” by Brig. Gen. Doug Lowrey, he expands upon his commander’s intent by further outlining the keys to success and lines of effort. He also commends members across the command for continuing to build upon the Mission and Installation Contracting Command’s legacy by overcoming challenges to deliver critical acquisition support toward the Army’s efforts on behalf of Operation Allies Welcome and the COVID-19 pandemic as well as shares his takeaways from the recent Association of the United States Army conference.

The October issue also highlights the MICC’s successes in contract execution in support of Army acquisition needs as well as efforts toward meeting Army Materiel Command small business goals for the seventh consecutive year. This month’s publication also features the recognition of new MICC civilian leaders at the field directorate office and contracting office on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, the command’s operational contracting support both at the National Training Center and while deployed, and a number of uniformed and civilian acquisition professional earning awards at the Army Contracting Command level.

October 2021 MICC Communicator


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