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MICC Fact Sheet 2015


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MICC Fact Sheet 2015

  1. 1. | 3334A Wells Road, Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 | 256-955-7645 | The MICC is headquartered at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The MICC is a one-star command made up of more than 1,600 military and civilian members assigned to three contracting support brigades, one field directorate office and 32 field offices that provide contracting support across the Army. The MICC supports the Warfighter by acquiring equipment, supplies and services vital to the U.S. Army mission and well-being of Soldiers and their families. The command also supports the Army's contingency and wartime missions by rapidly deploying trained and ready contingency contracting Soldiers around the world to procure goods and services in austere environments. MICC contracted services and supplies touch virtually every Soldier in the Army – from facility support services, commercial and institutional building construction, administrative and general management consulting services to wired telecommunication and engineering services, contracted food services and advertising – the MICC ensures America’s Soldiers and their families have what they need to be ready and resilient. The MICC is charged with managing the most effective acquisition solutions to meet the needs of its customers and military partners and overseeing contract performance. It focuses its resources and expertise on the timely award of contracted solutions and power of savings to meet mission needs as military leaders transform the Army following many years at war. Two contracting support brigades were activated and attached to the MICC in 2013 as part of the integration of Soldiers with contracting centers and offices throughout ACC and MICC. The 419th Contracting Support Brigade was activated in June 2013 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and 418th CSB in July 2013 at Fort Hood, Texas. The 412th CSB at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas was attached to the MICC in June 2013. The attachment of these units enhances installation and operational contracting support to Army commands. The MICC’s primary supported activities include the U.S. Army Forces Command, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, U.S. Army North, U.S. Army Installation Management Command, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, U.S. Army Reserve Command, U.S. Army Military District of Washington, U.S. Army Medical Command, and the U.S. Military Academy. In fiscal 2014, the command executed more than 37,000 contract actions valued at more than $5.6 billion across the Army, including more than $2.4 billion to small businesses. The command also managed more than 633,000 Government Purchase Card Program transactions valued at an additional $783 million. With a wealth of contracting expertise, MICC professionals are dedicated to providing the highest quality of contracting support to all of their customers, whenever and wherever needed. The responsive contracting solutions and oversight provided by the Mission and Installation Contracting Command serves as a force multiplier for keeping the Army strong. Headquarters: MICC headquarters, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas Contracting Support Brigades, Field Directorate Office and Subordinate Activities:  419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Bragg, N.C. o MICC-Fort Belvoir, Va. o MICC-Fort Bragg, N.C. o MICC-Fort Campbell, Ky. o MICC-Fort Drum, N.Y. o MICC-Fort Polk, La. o MICC-Fort Stewart, Ga.  418th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas o MICC-Fort Bliss, Texas o MICC-Dugway Proving Ground, Utah o MICC-Fort Irwin, Calif. o MICC-Fort Hood, Texas o MICC-Fort Carson, Colo. o MICC-Fort Riley, Kansas o MICC-White Sands Missile Range, N.M. o MICC-Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. o MICC-Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.  412th Contracting Support Brigade, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas o MICC-Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas o MICC-Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico o MICC-Fort Jackson, S.C. o MICC-Fort Knox, Ky. o MICC-Fort McCoy, Wis. o MICC-Moffett Field, Calif.  FDO-Fort Eustis, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. o MICC-Carlisle Barracks, Pa. o MICC-Fort Benning, Ga. o MICC-Fort Eustis, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va. o MICC-Fort Gordon, Ga. o MICC-Fort Leavenworth, Kansas o MICC-Fort Lee, Va. o MICC-Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. o MICC-Fort Rucker, Ala. o MICC-Fort Sill, Okla. o MICC-Presidio of Monterey, Calif. o MICC-West Point, N.Y. As of February 2015 The U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command is a major subordinate command of the U.S. Army Contracting Command. MICC Soldiers, civilians and contractors support Soldiers and their families in the continental United States and Puerto Rico by providing Army commands, installations and activities with disciplined and responsive contracting solutions and oversight.  Uniformed and civilian operational contract support professionals from the Mission and Installation Contracting Command ensure the needs of Soldiers and their families are met through disciplined and responsive contracting solutions and oversight.