419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC

Activated in June 2013, the 419th Contracting Support Brigade located at Fort Bragg, N.C., enhances installation and operational contracting support to Army commands. Subordinate to the Mission and Installation Contracting Command, it provides core customer service through strategically aligned support to commands and installations.

The brigade is made up of more than 250 Soldiers assigned to one of six contingency contracting battalions. Those include the 900th Contingency Contracting Battalion at Fort Bragg; 902nd CCBn at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.; 922nd CCBn at Fort Campbell, Ky.; 918th CCBn at Fort Carson, Co.; 919th CCBn at Fort Bliss, Texas; and 925th CCBn at Fort Drum, N.Y.

Leadership

Commander
COL Carol M. Tschida
Commander

Mission:

The U.S. Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command, part of the Army's Generating Force, plans, integrates, awards and administers contracts throughout the ARFORGEN cycle supporting the Army commands, direct reporting units, U.S. Army North and other organizations to provide the best value for the mission, Soldiers and their families. Throughout the fiscal year, MICC-Fort Bragg plans, integrates, awards on time, and administers contracts to procure, at best value, the requirements necessary to enable our clients' mission success.

Vision:

The MICC functions as an integral and indispensable partner in accomplishing the Army's mission through contracted materiel and services solutions. It consists of military and civilian contracting professionals who provide exceptional contracting support that is mission-focused and dedicated to supporting our nation's national interests.

Goals

  • Ensure contracts meet customer requirements, reflect sound business judgment and comply with law and regulation
  • Select contractors that provide the best value to the government
  • Ensure contractors deliver quality goods and services that meet the commander's requirements, on time and at a reasonable cost
  • Ensure contractors are paid fair and reasonable compensation for their services
Last updated: March 25, 2014