Fort Bragg

MICC-Fort Bragg provides support services to both Army and Air Force customers. Procurements include supplies, services, minor construction and utilities.

It is a subordinate unit of the 419th Contracting Support Brigade at Fort Bragg. It is made up of about 125 military and civilian members assigned to the contracting office and 900th Contracting Battalion who are responsible for contracting good and services in support of Soldiers. In fiscal 2016, MICC-Fort Bragg executed more than 1,800 contract actions valued at more than $295.8 million in support of its customers, including $85.1 million to American small businesses. The contracting office also managed more than 62,800 Government Purchase Card Program transactions in fiscal 2016 valued at an additional $68.9 million.


 


 

 

 

Leadership

Director
Colette C. Carrizales
Director

Mission:

The Mission and Installation Contracting Command provides Army commands, installations and activities with disciplined and responsive contracting solutions and oversight. On order, aligns and provides contracting forces in order to enable Army Unified Land Operations.

Vision:

The Mission and Installation Contracting Command's vision: We do the right thing every day and are known as the Army's premier contracting organization.

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: Oct. 27, 2016