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U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command

Doing Business with the MICC

  • beta.SAM.gov is an official U.S. government online source for contract opportunities. Organizations within the federal government publish notices on proposed contract actions valued at more than $25,000. These notices, or contract opportunities, cover announcements through official solicitations in the pre-award process. Anyone interested in doing business with the government can use this system to research active opportunities. The System for Award Management is an official website of the U.S. government. There is no cost to use SAM. You can use this site for free to: Register to do business with the U.S. government, update or renew your entity registration, check status of an entity registration, or search for entity registration or exclusion records. SBA SubNet allows the search of solicitations from the U.S. Small Business Administration. MICC Advanced Acquisition Plan The MICC Advanced Acquisition Plan is a forecasting tool targeted to both industry and government. This spreadsheet provides a snapshot of existing and planned contracting actions for numerous installations and Army Commands for next fiscal year and beyond. The listing may be especially helpful to small businesses seeking prime and subcontracting contracting opportunities with the U.S. Army. The spreadsheet is current as of November 12, 2020, and will be updated biannually. View Plan If you are a Small Business and have questions concerning the MICC Advanced Acquisition Plan, please contact the respective small business professional in your area at our MICC Small Business Professional Contact page.
  • If you are a Small Business and have questions concerning the MICC Advanced Acquisition Plan, please contact the respective small business professional in your area at our Contact MICC Small Business Professional page.

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Mission Deliver ready, decisive, and synchronized business solutions and contracting support to the Army enterprise. Vision Operationalized support focused to enable and sustain the Globally Dominant Land Force.

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1 Mission and Installation Contracting Command
2 MICC Support of NTC
3 Brig. Gen. Christine Beeler on Category Management (full length)
4 Brig. Gen. Christine Beeler on Category Management

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Freedom of Information Act

  • The Office of the Chief Information Officer has the responsibility for oversight of the Army Contracting Command's Freedom of Information Act Program. The Freedom of Information Act is a federal law that establishes the public's right to request existing records from federal government agencies. Requests are only for agency "records." The agency is not required to create documents in response to a request. FOIA, which is known by its legal cite as 5 U.S.C. § 552, along with the Department of Defense and Army Regulations, govern how requests will be processed within the Army. Army Regulation 25-55, the Department of the Army FOIA Program, can be found at Part 518 of Chapter 32 of the Code of Federal Regulations, which is available in most public libraries. See Also: The Privacy Act
  • Any person can file a FOIA request, including U.S. citizens and foreign nationals, organizations, universities, businesses, and state and local governments may also file FOIA requests. No special form is required; however, the request should be labeled as a "Freedom of Information Act Request," with a reasonable description of the records requested. You must also state a willingness to pay any search and review fees.
  • You can request documents under the FOIA by fax, letter, or electronic mail and must include the following information: Name and business name (if applicable) Mailing and email addresses Telephone number Fax number (if applicable) Whether the requester wants to view the documents or have them copied and mailed If requesting a fee waiver, the requestor must state the basis for the waiver Sample MICC FOIA request
  • Requests for information under FOIA may be sent to the following: Fax: (210) 466-2295, the fax coversheet should be addressed to the attention of: "MICC FOIA Officer." Electronic Mail: usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.mbx-owner-foia@mail.mil Postal Mail: U. S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command, Office of Counsel – FOIA Officer, 2219 Infantry Post Road, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-1361
  • Categories of requesters and how their fees determined: Commercial - Requesters who seek information for a use or purpose that furthers their commercial, trade, or profit interest are considered commercial requesters. Commercial requesters pay all fees for search, review, and duplication. Educational -Institutions of education, including preschools, elementary or secondary schools and institutions of higher learning, qualify as educational institutions. The records must be sought in furtherance of scholarly research. Educational requesters pay only duplication fees, unless it is determined that fees are waived or reduced in the public interest. The first 100 pages are provided at no cost. Non-commercial scientific - A non-commercial scientific institution is operated solely for conducting scientific research. The records must be sought in furtherance of scientific research. Like educational requesters, these requesters pay only duplication fees, unless it is determined that fees are waived or reduced in the public interest. The first 100 pages are provided at no cost. News media - A representative of the news media is a person actively gathering news for an entity organized and operated to publicize or broadcast news to the public. News media pay only duplication fees, unless it is determined that fees are waived or reduced in the public interest. The first 100 pages are provided at no cost. Other requester - Requesters who do not qualify in another category are considered "other" requesters, and normally make requests for agency records for their personal use. "Other" requesters receive two hours search time, all review costs, and the first 100 pages at no cost.
  • IMPORTANT - Willingness to pay statement All requesters must include a "willingness to pay statement" in their request, regardless of the fee category, however, this does not mean a fee will be charged. The requester can set a limit on the costs to be incurred. For example, he or she may state "not to exceed $50." If the estimate for answering the request exceeds the limit, the FOIA Officer will call the requester to discuss his/her options. The requester has four options: accept the copied documents up to the previous specified amount of money; cancel the entire request; authorize the money needed to complete the request; or, authorize additional funds up to another specified amount. Except for commercial requesters whose fees total more than $15, waivers are always considered. Charges. Fees are assessed only for search, review, and copies. FOIA requesters whose bill comes to $15 or less are not charged: Administrative (E-9/GS-8 and below) rate per hour: $24 Professional (Contractor/O-1 to O-6/W-1 to W-5/GS-9 to GS-15) rate per hour: $48 Executive (O-7 and above and Senior Executive Service) rate per hour: $110 Copy rate per page: .15 cents Microfiche produced, each: $3.50 CD/DVD: $5.00 Commercial requester: Are generally charged for search, duplication and review. Educational/scientific/news media: Are generally charged for duplication only after the first 100 pages. Other requestors: Are generally charged for searches past the first two hours and duplication after the first 100 pages. For FOIA request payments, make check payable to the “Department of Treasury" and include the MICC FOIA number on the check.
  • The following are FOIA exemptions described in 5 U.S.C. 552(b): Exemption 1 - Protects national Security information concerning the national defense of foreign policy, provided that it has been properly classified under Executive Order. Exemption 2 - Protect records that are "related solely to internal personnel rules and practices of an agency" as well as those records that are trivial or housekeeping in nature for which there is no legitimate public interest or benefit to be gained by release. Exemption 3 - Incorporates the various non disclosure provisions that are contained in other federal statutes. Exemption 4 - Protects trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from a non-government entity which is privileged or confidential and would cause substantial competitive harm to the source if disclosed or inhibit the Government's ability to collect such information in the future. Exemption 5 - Protects "inter-agency or intra-agency memorandums or letters which would not be available by law to a party other than one in litigation with the agency." Exemption 6 - Protects information about individuals in "personnel and medical files and similar files" when disclosure of such information "would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy." Exemption 7 - Protects "records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only to the extent that the production of such law enforcement records or information" could be expected to cause one of the harms: (1) interference with law enforcement procedures; (2) deprive a person the right to a fair adjudication; or (3) cause an unwarranted invasion of privacy. Exemption 8 - Protects matters that are "contained in or related to examination, operation or condition reports prepared by, on behalf of, or for the use of an agency responsible for the regulation or supervision of financial institutions." Exemption 9 - Protects "geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells." The following are reasons for not releasing a record: There are seven reasons why an Army component may not release a record requested under FOIA. The request is transferred to another Army component or Federal agency. The Army component determines through knowledge of its files and reasonable search efforts that it neither controls nor otherwise possesses the requested record. A record has not been described with sufficient detail to enable the Army Component to locate it by conducting a reasonable search. The requester has failed unreasonably to comply with procedural requirements, including payment of fees, imposed by the FOIA and Army Regulation (AR) 25-55. The request is withdrawn by the requester. The information requested is not a record within the meaning of the FOIA and AR 25-55. The record is denied in whole or part in accordance with procedures set forth in the FOIA and AR 25-55.
  • Send questions or comments to: Email: usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.mbx.foia@mail.mil Fax: (210) 466-2295 Phone: (210) 466-2268 or (210) 466-2278 Mail: U. S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command, Office of Counsel – FOIA Officer, 2219 Infantry Post Road, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-1361

Contact the MICC

  • The MICC Public and Congressional Affairs Office fulfills the Army's obligation to keep the American people and the Army informed as well as instill stakeholder confidence and credibility in the Army acquisition process. Email: usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-pao@mail.mil Phone: (210) 466-2292 Street address: MICC Public Affairs Office, 2219 Infantry Post Road, BLDG 606, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-1361 Mailing address: MICC Public Affairs Office, 2219 Infantry Post Road, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-136

Mission and Installation Contracting Command

Headquartered at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, the Mission and Installation Contracting Command consists of about 1,500 military and civilian members who are responsible for contracting goods and services in support of Soldiers as well as readying trained contracting units for the operating force and contingency environment when called upon. The MICC provides contracting support for Soldiers across Army commands, installations and activities located in the continental United States and Puerto Rico. MICC mission partners include the U.S. Army Forces Command, U.S. Installation Management Command, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, U.S. Army Futures Command, U.S. Army North, U.S. Army Reserve Command and U.S. Army Medical Command. The MICC consists of two field directorate offices, 30 contracting offices and nine battalions.

418th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas

  • MICC-Fort Carson 918th Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W911RZ Small business professional: (254) 553-8750, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-carson@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Carson 918th Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W911RZ Small business professional: (254) 553-8750, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-carson@mail.mil
  • MICC-Dugway Proving Ground DOD Activity Address Code: W911S6 Small business professional: (254) 287-5352, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-dpg@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Hood 901st Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W91151 Small business professional: (254) 287-5352, (254) 553-8750, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-hood@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Irwin DOD Activity Address Code: W9124B Small business professional: (760) 380-3893, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-irwin@mail.mil
  • MICC-Joint Base Lewis-McChord 902nd Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: Small business professional: (760) 380-3893, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-jblm@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Polk DOD Activity Address Code: W9124E Small business professional: (254) 553-8750, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-polk@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Riley 923rd Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W911RX Small business professional: (760) 380-3893, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-riley@mail.mil
  • MICC-Yuma Proving Ground DOD Activity Address Code: W9124R Small business professional: (760) 380-3893, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-ypg@mail.mil

419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Bragg, North Carolina

  • MICC-Fort Bragg 900th Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W91247 Small business professional: (910) 907-5112, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-bragg@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Buchanan DOD Activity Address Code: W912C3 Small business professional: (910) 396-9223, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-buchanan@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Campbell 922nd Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W91248 Small business professional: (910) 643-7122, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-campbell@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Drum 925th Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W911S2 Small business professional: (910) 643-7122, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-drum@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Jackson DOD Activity Address Code: W9124C Small business professional: (910) 396-9223, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-jackson@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort McCoy DOD Activity Address Code: W911SA Small business professional: (910) 396-9223, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-mccoy@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Stewart 904th Contracting Battalion DOD Activity Address Code: W9124M Small business professional: (910) 643-7122, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-stewart@mail.mil

Field Directorate Office-Fort Sam Houston, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas

  • MICC-Fort Sam Houston is as an integral and indispensable partner in accomplishing the Army's mission through contracted material and services solutions. DOD Activity Address Code: W9124J Small business professional: (210) 466-2269, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-fsh@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Belvoir provides all contracting support to Fort Belvoir Garrison and other tenant organizations at Fort Belvoir, Va., Fort Meade, Md., the Military District of Washington, Fort Detrick, Md., Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Va., and Fort A.P. Hill, Va., as well as many of the tenants on Fort Belvoir. In addition, we support all non-medical procurements for Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Types of supplies, construction and services we procure include:: Construction: Barracks, dining facilities, maintenance shops, hangars, hospitals, airfields, roads, levees, damns, hazardous and toxic waste remediation, and dredging Engineering services: Concept studies, master planning, engineering studies, all types of surveying and mapping, engineering design and construction, and inspections services Other services: Trash collection, grass mowing, janitorial, oversight and maintenance of recreational parks, information technology, and real estate appraisal Supplies and equipment: Generators, heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment, kitchen equipment, electronic gear, petroleum products, repair parts, lumber, cement, computers and peripheral equipment, and publications.
  • MICC-Fort Knox contracts for a wide spectrum of services, supplies, maintenance and construction in support of activities located at Fort Knox and satellite organizations. The purchase for supplies under $3,000, services under $2,500 and construction under $2,000 can be made through the Government Purchase Card Program. MICC-Fort Knox uses electronic commerce for simplified acquisition requirements under $100,000. Information on the Electronic Data Interchange with the Department of Defense is available at http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/sitemap.html. Core customers Deputy Chief of Staff, Army G-1 U.S. Army Human Resources Command U.S. Army Recruiting Command Military Entrance Processing Command Delivering bids and proposals Bids and proposals in response to solicitations are to be delivered from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to: MICC-Fort Knox, Bldg. 1109B, Ste. 250, 199 6th Ave., Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121-5720 Bidders and offerors are cautioned to ensure their bids and proposals are received at MICC-Fort Knox no later than the time and day indicated in the solicitation, and all amendments to the solicitation have been acknowledged. Please note that MICC-Fort Knox will not accept faxed bids or amendment acknowledgements, unless specifically allowed in the solicitation itself. It is the bidders' responsibility to ensure they carefully read the entire solicitation package. DOD Activity Address Code: W9124D Small business professional: (502) 624-3400, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-knox@mail.mil

Field Directorate Office-Fort Eustis, JB Langley-Eustis, Virginia

  • MICC-Fort Benning
  • MICC-Fort Benning DOD Activity Address Code: W911SF Small business professional: (706) 791-1817, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-benning@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Eustis DOD Activity Address Code: W911S0 Small business professional: (757) 501-8119/8192, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-eustis@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Gordon DOD Activity Address Code: W91249 Small business professional: (706) 791-1817, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-gordon@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Leavenworth DOD Activity Address Code: W91QF4 Small business professional: (757) 501-8119, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-leavenworth@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Lee DOD Activity Address Code: W91QF5 Small business professional: (757) 501-8192, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-lee@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Leonard Wood DOD Activity Address Code: W911S7 Small business professional: (757) 501-8119, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-leonardwood@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Rucker DOD Activity Address Code: W9124G Small business professional: (706) 791-1817, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-rucker@mail.mil
  • MICC-Fort Sill DOD Activity Address Code: W9124L Small business professional: (757) 501-8192, mailto:usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-sill@mail.mil
  • MICC-Presidio of Monterey DOD Activity Address Code: W9124N Small business professional: (757) 501-8119, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-pom@mail.mil
  • MICC-West Point DOD Activity Address Code: W911SD Small business professional: (757) 501-8192, usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-westpoint@mail.mil

2021 MICC Advance Planning Briefings for Industry

The virtual Mission and Installation Contracting Command Advance Planning Briefings for Industry, or APBI, takes place March 22-26, 2021. As a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the command-wide online briefing will be the only small business outreach event for the year outlining the Army acquisition needs executed by the MICC.
  • The APBI allows for dialogue between the Army and small businesses across all socioeconomic categories to identify contract opportunities for services and supplies across many installation supported by the MICC. See related story: MICC to combine small business efforts in 2021 national virtual outreach The APBI serves to educate small and large industry on the MICC and its mission partners. It will also provide a comprehensive overview of projected contract opportunities by North American Industry Classification System and industry sector for the remainder of fiscal 2021 as well as fiscal 2022 and 2023. Participants over the five days will also include the Army Office of Small Business Programs and Small Business Administration.
  • U.S. Army Installation Management Command U.S. Army Forces Command U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command U.S. Army North U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command U.S. Army Reserve Command U.S. Army Military District of Washington U.S. Army Medical Command U.S. Army Futures Command United States Military Academy at West Point
  • For additional information and to keep abreast of updates for the event, continue to monitor: SAM.gov 2021 APBI notice SAM.gov is the official U.S. government website to solicit, receive and manage federal contract awards including sources sought synopsis, request for information, pre-solicitation and solicitation notices, sole source justifications and other notices. Questions regarding the event may also be directed to the MICC Office of Small Business Programs by emailing usarmy.jbsa.acc-micc.list.hq-sbs-2021-apbi@mail.mil.
  • Day 1 - March 22, 2021, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Presentations from the MICC commanding general, deputy to the commanding general, mission partners, and director of the Army Office of Small Business Programs. Days 2 - March 23, 2021, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contracting requirements briefed by top North American Industry Classification and industry sectors: 23 Construction, 31-33 Manufacturing, 51 Information Day 3 - March 24, 2021, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contracting requirements briefed by top North American Industry Classification and industry sectors: 54 Professional, Scientific & Technical Services, 56 Administrative & Support and Waste Management & Remediation Services, 61 Educational Services, Other NAICS/Sectors as applicable Days 4 and 5 - March 25-26, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.