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About the ACC Organization

With more than 5,500 civilian and military employees at approximately 120 locations worldwide, the Army Contracting Command (ACC) provides expert contracting support to the Army wherever and whenever it's needed. Our personnel work with wide-ranging customers to understand their needs and then apply the right business strategies to fulfill those needs.

The ACC is a major subordinate command of the US Army Materiel Command (AMC). ACC performs the majority of contracting work for the US Army, and consists of two subordinate commands and six contracting centers responsible for installation and expeditionary activities.

Subordinate Command

U.S. Army Expeditionary Contracting Command (ECC)

The US Army Expeditionary Contracting Command (ECC) is a subordinate organization of ACC and provides contracting support to Army and other federal organizations at installations outside the Continental United States. ECC provides agile expeditionary contracting during military operations for Army service component commands and Warfighters. ECC's seven contracting support brigades (modular commands) are designed to provide direct support to Army service component commanders. ECC contracting personnel support US Army Installation Management Command activities outside the Continental United States.

U.S. Army Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC)

The US Army Mission & Installation Contracting Command (MICC) includes four (4) Field Directorate Offices (FDOs) with thirty-eight assigned Contracting Offices (COs) located throughout the Continental United States. The FDOs and COs provide the US Army Installation Management Command, US Army Forces Command, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, and the US Army Reserves with contracting support for base operations, power projection, schools and training centers, the National Training Center, the Joint Readiness Training Center and various other tenant missions.

Contracting Centers

Army Contracting Command - Redstone

Army Contracting Command – Redstone supports Joint Warfighters and Allies, assuring aviation and missile readiness with seamless transition to combat operations. ACC Redstone supports Program Executive Officers and Project Managers to enable the development, acquisition and fielding of superior aviation and missile systems, and assures the integration of aviation and missile technology in partnership with Program Executive Officers and Project Managers. ACC Redstone, headquartered at Redstone Arsenal, AL, includes industrial operation centers of excellence for air defense and rotary wing aircraft at the Letterkenny and Corpus Christi Army Depots.

Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground

Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground, headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, provides comprehensive contracting support to the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) and many U.S. Army and Department of Defense customers. ACC Aberdeen provides expertise in all areas of contracting, including research, development, engineering and testing; production; installation and base operations; systems and system support; foreign military sales; grants; and cooperative agreements. ACC Aberdeen supports a diverse customer base and has staff located in Adelphi, MD; Frederick, MD; Natick, MA; Research Triangle Park, NC; Fort Belvoir, VA; Orlando, FL; Denver, CO and Fort Hood, TX.

Army Contracting Command - Picatinny

Army Contracting Command – Picatinny, headquartered at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ, is drawn from the "Ammunition Enterprise" of the PEO Ammunition, the Joint Munitions Command, and the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center. ACC Picatinny integrates the people, organizations, infrastructure and processes necessary for the effective life cycle management of conventional munitions for the Soldier. The overarching objective of ACC Picatinny is to have the best munitions in the right place, at the right time, at the right cost.

Army Contracting Command - Rock Island

Army Contracting Command – Rock Island, headquartered 160 miles west of Chicago on the Mississippi River, provides sustainment-level logistics by synchronizing acquisition, logistics and technology support across strategic, operational and tactical levels. ACC Rock Island serves as Army Materiel Command’s single face to the field and facilitates reach-back operations across AMC to enhance mission support. The mission of ACC Rock Island is to provide combat service support capabilities to Soldiers serving in Combat Commands in the Continental United States and overseas to ensure expeditionary warfighting readiness and leverage national logistics to sustain a transforming Army at war. ACC Rock Island supports Army, Joint and Coalition forces across the full spectrum of operations.

Army Contracting Command - Warren

Army Contracting Command – Warren, headquartered in Warren, MI, unites all of the organizations that focus on Soldier and ground systems throughout the entire life cycle. ACC Warren consists of: the ACC Warren Contracting Center; Integrated Logistics Support Center; Program Executive Office Combat Support and Combat Service Support; Program Executive Office Ground Combat Systems; Program Executive Office Soldier; Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense; Program Executive Office Integration; US Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center; US Army Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center; Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center; and the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.

More information about ACC, including an organization chart, is available on ACC's official Command and Staff page at www.acc.army.mil/command-and-staff/.