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  • 1. ACC-New Jersey is one of the five contracting centers of the U.S. Army Contracting Command. It is co-located at Picatinny Arsenal and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. ACC-NJ has a broad customer base with both on- site customers as well as globally remote locations. ACC-NJ plans, directs, controls, manages, and executes the full spectrum of contracting, acquisition support and business advisory services in support of major weapons, armaments, ammunition systems, information technology and enterprise systems for the Army and other Department of Defense customers. In addition, its mission execution supports all phases of research and development through initial and follow-on production. ACC-NJ utilizes the full spectrum of contract types and contract instruments in support of its customers with an emphasis on cost and fixed price incentive type contracts. The center also has unique expertise with executing grants, cooperative agreements and other transactions for all stages in the acquisition life cycle. ACC-NJ’s major customers include the Program Executive Office for Ammunition, PEO Soldier, PEO Ground Combat Systems, PEO Special Operations Forces Warrior, PEO Enterprise Information Systems, PEO Command, Control and Communications-Tactical, Army Innovation Logistics Agency, the Army Cyber Command, Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center and the Army Reserve. It also services other customers to include Army Research Laboratory, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Office of the Secretary of Defense. ACC-NJ’s flexible organization allows for easy deployment of personnel and appropriate skill sets to accommodate customer demand. In fiscal year 2013, the ACC-NJ contracting center awarded more than 9,400 contract actions obligating almost $2 billion and is currently managing approximately $27 billion in active contracts. ACC-NJ’s expertise in source selection has earned it the distinction by ACC headquarters as one of the command’s source selection support centers of excellence. ACC-NJ has established state of the art source selection facilities at both Picatinny Arsenal and JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst to support large- scale competitive acquisitions and source selection activities across the enterprise. ACC-NJ’s 389 associates are highly educated. One hundred percent of the contracting associates have bachelor’s degrees, 22 percent have completed postgraduate degrees, 98 percent are Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act certified and 30 percent are certified in both contracting and another field. As of April 2014 www.army.mil/ACC | 3334A Wells Road, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 | 256-955-7645 | acc.pao@us.army.mil

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