US Army Corps of Engineers
New England District

To All Small Business:

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Office of Small Business Programs

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers fully supports the government policy of placing a fair proportion of the Corps contracts for supplies, design, engineering, construction and support services with qualified Small, Small Disadvantaged, Women-Owned, HUBZone, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, Veteran-Owned, Alaska Native Corporations, Native Hawaiian Organization-Owned and Indian Tribes.  In addition, small business concerns are to be afforded the maximum practicable opportunity to participate as subcontractors in qualifying contracts awarded to large prime contractors.

The involvement of small business in our military and civil works programs is vital to our mission.  Much of our success is due to the initiative, imagination, and productivity of small business concerns.  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to fostering the capabilities of small business.  Small business utilization is just good business.

Mission Statement:  The New England  District will strive to be stewards of the taxpayer's dollars by balancing mission accomplishment and the Government's responsibility of socioeconomic development by maximizing opportunities for small businesses. 

Our Commitment: The New England District fully supports the national policy of providing small, small disadvantaged businesses, 8(a), HUBZone small businesses, women-owned small businesses, veteran-owned, and service-disabled veteran-owned the opportunity to provide supplies and services which are within their capability. We are committed to the worthwhile and varied socioeconomic programs and through teamwork, we will continue to help support this great nation into the next millennium. 

Systems Award Management Information.

NOTE:  ALL OFFERORS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE AN ACTIVE SAM.GOV ACCOUNT AT THE TIME OF BID/QUOTE/PROPOSAL SUBMISSION.  PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A CHANGE TO THE FEDERAL ACQUISTION REGULATION (FAR) THAT PREVIOUSLY ONLY REQUIRED SAM REGISTRATION AT TIME OF AWARD.

The Army Corps of Engineers fully supports the government policy of placing a fair proportion of the Corps contracts for supplies, design engineering, construction and support services with qualified Small, Small Disadvantaged, Women-Owned, HUBZone, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Veteran-Owned business. In addition, such concerns are to be afforded the maximum practicable opportunity to participate as subcontractors in qualifying contracts awarded to large business.

The involvement of small business in our military and civil works program is vital to our mission. Much of our success is due to the initiative, imagination, and productivity of thousands of small business concerns. Small business utilization is just good business.

The New England District Deputy for Small Business can be contacted by email or phone at 978-318-8427.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Requirements valued over $25,000.00 are posted at Federal Business OpportunitiesThis is the official FREE online listing of Government contracting opportunities. Information on each requirement includes:

  • Solicitation Number
  • Description of requirement
  • Due date for receipt of offers
  • Set-aside status
  • Contact person & telephone number
  • Subcontracting opportunities
  • Potential sources sought
  • Business news
  • Surplus property sales
  • Foreign Government standards
  • Contract Award Information 

All opportunities over $25,000.00 are posted under Advertised Solicitations at the New England District website. In order to receive a copy of the solicitation package, firms are required to register through the website. Firms can register as either a supplier, subcontractor, or as an intended prime contractor. The names of all firms who have requested a solicitation package can be accessed to allow firms to market to and network among each other. The listing is sortable by prime, subcontractor, supplier or plans room.

Requirements valued between $15,000.00 and $25,000.00 are posted to the New England District Contracting website under Simplified Acquisitions. Acquisitions valued at $2,500.00 or less do not require competition and are classified as micro-purchase requirements. These requirements are generally purchased using the Government IMPAC card, currently a VISA card.

Page Updated

July 10, 2019