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AFIMSC, with headquarters at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, serves as the single intermediate-level headquarters responsible for providing installation and mission support capabilities to all Air Force and Space Force installations, major commands and direct reporting units. Executing an annual budget of approximately $10 billion to deliver globally integrated management, resourcing and combat support programs and services, successful business partnerships are critical to the center's mission.
Businesses looking for partnership opportunities can visit SAM.gov, the official site for registering to do business with the federal government. Through the website, users can:
AFIMSC is committed to small businesses that can deliver innovation, agility and cost-savings. With small business professionals at Joint-Base San Antonio, Texas, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio, and other locations around the Air Force, the AFIMSC Small Business Office office provides small business support to a multi-billion portfolio for the Air Force Installation Contracting Center.
The list of AFIMSC Small Business teams below includes mission areas supported, contact information and Department of Defense Activity Address Codes needed to search for business opportunities on SAM.gov.
The 338th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron, JBSA-Randolph, Texas, provides specialized contracting support to Air Education and Training Command and their associated partners/tenants for large dollar and complex acquisitions, source selections and strategic sourcing efforts.
Examples of contracts let by 338 ESS are:
• AETC installation base operations support contracts
• Air Force Recruiting, Advertising and Event Marketing
• Sheppard AFB, Texas, Vance AFB, Oklahoma, and Columbus AFB, Mississippi, aircraft maintenance services
• International F-16 training
• Sheppard AFB civil engineering services
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA3002
The 772nd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron West Office at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, provides contract support to the Air Force Civil Engineer Center in the following areas:
• Construction across the Air Force
• Architect & engineering (A&E) services across the Air Force
• Environmental services across the Air Force
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA8903.
For more information about AFCEC business opportunities, visit https://www.afcec.af.mil/Home/Business.
The 772nd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron (East Office), Tyndall AFB, Florida, provides agile contracting support to the Air Force Civil Engineer Center.
Examples of contracts let by 772 ESS (East) are:
• Air Force Contract Augmentation Program
• Explosive ordnance disposal large robots
• Air Force runway repair kits
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA8051.
The 773rd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron, JBSA-Lackland, Texas, provides contract support for the Air Force Medical Readiness Agency in policy development, management and oversight of the Air Force Surgeon General‘s medical readiness programs and supports the Defense Health Agency.
Examples of contracts let by 773rd ESS are:
• Family Advocacy Program II
• Hospital Aseptic Management Services II
• Medical staffing (physicians, nurses, etc.)
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA8052.
The 771st Enterprise Sourcing Squadron commodity councils are cross-functional teams working to identify, prioritize, and develop Air Force-wide installation opportunities for strategically sourced commodities and services in the following areas:
• Civil engineering
• Knowledge-based services
For business opportunities, visit https://sam.gov and use the DoDAACs FA8054, FA8055, FA8056, FA8057 and FA8059.
The 763rd ESS provides agile contracting support to Air Mobility Command in the following areas:
• Worldwide cargo and passenger delivery
• Air refueling
• Aeromedical evacuation
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA4452.
The 765th SCONF executes support for AFSOC enterprise-wide mission requirements to present combat ready forces for global operations. Requirements include complex and non-complex specialized services, commodities and construction including
• Advisory and assistance services
• Architect and engineering services
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA0021.
The 766th ESS provides specialized contracting for PACAF for large dollar and complex acquisitions in the Pacific.
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA5215.
The Air Force Installation Contracting Center's operating location at AFGSC supports the command as it develops and provides combat-ready forces for nuclear deterrence and global strike operations – Safe, Secure, Effective – to support the President and combatant commanders.
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA6800.
The DTIC improves productivity of researchers, engineers, and program managers in the Defense research, development, and acquisition communities by collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and disseminating worldwide STI.
For business opportunities, visit SAM.gov and use the DoDAAC FA8075.
Visit the links below for more information about Air Force Materiel Command and AFIMSC organizational small business programs and partnership opportunities:
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Using the map below, you can search for a small business specialist by state in addition to the contact information for a small business specialist who can help you. Click the menu below or select a state on the map to view the list of bases in each state Click on bases to expand contact details for that location.