Army Contracting Command

Contracting members from the Mission and Installation Contracting Command administered
and executed contracts valued at more than $5 billion in support of Soldiers and their families
in fiscal 2018 which ended September 30th.

The Army Contracting Command is a contracting services command of the United States Army.

On October 1, 2008, the Army recognized the formal establishment of the Army Contracting Command as a major subordinate command
of the U.S. Army Materiel Command.

Headquarters: Redstone Arsenal

The command's two brigades, two field directorate offices, 30 contracting offices and nine battalions executed a combined 29,795
contract actions valued at $4,985,927,284 while also administering 499,299 Government Purchase Card transactions worth more
than $726.7 million for the fiscal year.

Contracting members awarded contracts in support of Army commands, installations and activities across the country through the final
 hours of the government fiscal year, which came to a close Sept. 30. This included approximately $7.4 million in last-minute contract
requirements in support of the Installation Management Command to address storm damage from Hurricane Florence
that battled the eastern seaboard in September. 

"Army acquisition professionals and our contracted partners share the tremendous responsibility of equipping and enabling the warfighter,"
said Brig. Gen. Bill Boruff, the Mission and Installation Contracting Command commanding general. "That capability extends to responding
at a moment's notice to emerging requirements and further demonstrates the caliber of professionalism our civilian and uniformed
workforce embodies day in and day out in support of Army."

The MICC also met all five of its small-business socioeconomic goals in fiscal 2018 for the fourth consecutive year.

The Mission and Installation Contracting Command Small Business Programs workforce consists of specialists around the country
representing small business interests.

They conduct outreach events to inform industry representatives of installation requirements to ensure their maximum opportunity to compete
for Army contracts.

About the 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.

MICC contracts are vital in feeding more than 200,000 Soldiers every day, providing many daily base operations support services
at installations, facilitate training in the preparation of more than 100,000 conventional force members annually, training more than
500,000 students each year, and maintaining more than 14.4 million acres of land and 170,000 structures.

The U.S. Army Contracting Command (ACC), its subordinate organizations and contracting centers enable Army readiness
 through contracting solutions in support of the Army and Unified Land Operations, anytime, anywhere. As the Army's principal
buying agent, ACC ensures Soldiers have what they need to be successful, from food and clothing to bullets and bombs.

Headquartered at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, ACC is a major subordinate command of U.S. Army Materiel Command. ACC
 has one subordinate one-star command - Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) for locations inside the
 continental United States and Puerto Rico – and six major contracting centers that provide support to AMC's life cycle
 management commands.

From food and clothing to bullets and bombs; from tanks and trucks to boats and aircraft; from Soldiers' weapons to the
installations where they work and live with their families, ACC ensures they have what they need to be successful.

As the Army's principal buying agent, ACC supports Army readiness and modernization by using best practices and expert-level oversight
 to provide warfighters with premier contracting support. The command accomplishes its global operational missions with a professional
workforce of Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, foreign local nationals and contractors at more than 100 locations worldwide –
 the sun never sets on ACC.

Capabilities & Mission Execution

ACC ensures contracting support to the Soldier as mission requirements emerge and as the Army transforms and operates
 around the globe.

As an international business enterprise, ACC executes more than 165,000 contract actions each fiscal year, comprising around
 70 percent of the Army's contract dollars on average. In fiscal year 2017, ACC executed more than 165,000 contract actions valued
 at more than $62 billion. ACC accomplishes this with more than 6,000 military and civilian employees.

In support of Army and joint forces, ACC provides effective and agile contracting service across the full spectrum of military operations
 for U.S. Army Service Component Commanders, as well as other defense organizations at locations outside the continental
 United States. It has eight contracting support brigades, 13 contracting battalions and 68 contracting teams stationed throughout the world.

ACC supports approximately 180 expeditionary missions in 50 countries each year. A combat multiplier, ACC has the capability
 to deploy anywhere in the world on short notice to provide operational contract support planning, contract policy and oversight,
contract execution, contract administration, contract surveillance in support of deployed forces and contract closeout.

Since 2015, ACC has maintained a forward presence in Afghanistan to ensure the right services are provided to U.S. forces in their
 support of Operations Freedom's Sentinel and Resolute Support.

The MICC provides contracting support for Soldiers across Army commands, installations and activities located in the
 continental United States and Puerto Rico. The customer base for the MICC includes the U.S. Army Forces Command, U.S. Army Training
 and Doctrine Command, U.S. Army North, U.S. Army Reserve Command and U.S. Army Medical Command. The MICC consists
 of a field directorate office and 32 field offices.

With a wealth of contracting expertise, ACC professionals are dedicated to providing the highest quality of contracting support to all
of their customers, whenever and wherever needed. A combat multiplier, ACC is doing its part to keep the Army strong.

Primary Locations

  • Headquarters and ACC-RSA – Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
  • ACC-Aberdeen Proving Ground – Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
  • ACC-New Jersey – Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey
  • ACC-Orlando – Orlando, Florida
  • ACC-Rock Island – Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois
  • ACC-Warren – Detroit Arsenal, Michigan
  • MICC-Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, Texas

Contracting Support Brigades:

  • 408th Contracting Support Brigade – Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina and Camp Arifjan, Kuwait
  • 409th Contracting Support Brigade – Sembach Kaserne, Germany
  • 410th Contracting Support Brigade – Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas
  • 411th Contracting Support Brigade – Camp Humphreys, Korea
  • 413th Contracting Support Brigade – Fort Shafter, Hawaii
  • 414th Contracting Support Brigade – Vicenza, Italy
  • 418th Contracting Support Brigade – Fort Hood, Texas
  • 419th Contracting Support Brigade – Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Direct Report Battalion:

  • 905th Contracting Battalion – Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Core Competencies

  • Contracting
  • Acquisition
  • Procurement
  • Operations
  • Foreign Military Sales
  • Quality assurance
  • Life cycle management

Find Out More

U.S. Army Contracting Command
4505 Martin Road
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898
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