Fort Bliss - Small Business Base Contracting Information

Fort Bliss 1st Armored Division U.S. Army FORSCOM

 

Fort Bliss - Small business contracting guidance and insight for doing business with Fort Bliss. This web page provides information about subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors at Fort Bliss. You will also find information about the types of products, equipment, materials, and services procured to support this Army installation. In addition, this web page provides helpful points of contact and assistance with doing business with Army FORSCOM, Army TRADOC, and other DoD units located at Fort Bliss.  

  

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OVERVIEW: 

Fort Bliss is home to the 1st Armored Division and numerous other U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) units and U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) units. Other important military units at Fort Bliss include Joint Task Force North and the William Beaumont Army Medical Center

The Fort Bliss complex encompasses over 1 million acres of land that spans across both Texas and New Mexico.  It is the Army's second largest installation. The major sections of Fort Bliss are: 

  • McGregor Range
  • Doña Ana Range
  • North Training Area
  • South Training Area
  • Biggs Army Airfield

There is a wealth of government contracting opportunities for small businesses at Fort Bliss. The base contracting office at Fort Bliss awards millions of dollars in small business set-aside contracts annually to support training activities and military operations. In addition, there is a broad array of opportunities for small businesses to partner with prime defense contractors as subcontractors or as vendor suppliers. 

Fort Bliss Texas U.S. Army FORSCOM TRADOC
Fort Bliss is located adjacent to El Paso
in the western panhandle of Texas.

Military Units and Defense Organizations at Fort Bliss  

  • 1st Armored Division
    • 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team
    • 2nd Brigade Combat Team
    • 3rd Brigade Combat Team
    • Combat Aviation Brigade
    • 1st Armored Division Artillery (1AD DIVARTY) 
    • Sustainment Brigade 
  • 31st Combat Support Hospital
  • 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC)
    • 93rd Military Police Battalion
    • 5th Armor Brigade
    • 402nd Field Artillery Brigade 
    • 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade 
    • 86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion  
    • Joint Task Force North 
    • German Air Force Command USA/CAN
    • CONUS Replacement Center
    • U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy (TRADOC)
    • William Beaumont Army Medical Center 

    Fort Bliss U.S. Army official website: https://www.bliss.army.mil/  

    Fort Bliss telephone directory:  https://www.bliss.army.mil/Phone.html  

    Fort Bliss base operator / locator:  915-5682121

    Fort Bliss Contracting 
    The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) at Fort Bliss provides on-post Army commands, units, and leadership with contracting support and contract administration oversight. The MICC is the primary purchasing activity supporting Fort Bliss.  However, the Southern Regional Contracting Office for the U.S. Army Medical Command supports the requirements for the William Beaumont Army Medical Center.    


    Fort Bliss MICC
    ATTN: ATZC-DOC
    Bldg 201, Club Road
    Fort Bliss, Texas 79916-6812
    Phone: 915-568-1520 / 915-568-1992
     
    U.S. Army Medical Command
    Southern Regional Contracting Office
    ATTN: MCAA GP L31 9V
    3551 Roger Brook Drive - Bldg 3600
    Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-6200
    Phone:  719-526-7337 / 719-526-5329 
     

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    What types of products and services are procured by Fort Bliss? 
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    procured commercially (or contracted for) by this defense installation and other military
    bases and DoD organizations.  
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