Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) - Small Business Contracting Information and Assistance

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Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) - U.S. Army 
- Small business contracting information, upcoming requirements, and new business opportunities at Ft Liberty. Information about subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors supporting Ft Liberty operations is provided below. This web page also has a compilation of the categories of products and services routinely procured by the Fort Liberty contracting office.  


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Fort Liberty is one of the U.S. Army's largest military installations.  Fort Liberty is the home to a number of important Army organizations such as: U.S. Army Airborne Forces, Special Forces, Army Forces Command, and Army Reserve Command.  Also located at Fort Liberty is the Womack Army Medical Center.   

Fort Liberty has a number of tenant units and Department of Defense / U.S. Army organizations. In addition, Fort Liberty's facilities include Pope Airfield.   Pope Airfield is used by the U.S. Air Force to provide airlift and logistics support for the U.S. Army and the military units assigned to Fort Liberty. 

Fort Liberty, North Carolina U.S. Army Location Map

Fort Liberty (formerly Fort Bragg) is located
about 5 miles northwest of
Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

Fort Liberty has a large military and support workforce.  It is home to over 48,000 military personnel and nearly 9,500 civilian and contractor employees. On an annual basis, Fort Liberty's contracting offices award / administer approximately $1 billion in contracts for base support, equipment, supplies, materiel, and services.  

Military Units and Defense Organizations at Fort Liberty    

  • Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM)
  • U.S. Special Operations Command (USASOC) 
  • Headquarters, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC)
  • XVIII Airborne Corps
  • 82nd Airborne Division 
  • Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) 
  • U.S. Air Force (USAF) Units
    • 440th Airlift Wing (440 AW) Air Force Reserve unit
    • 43rd Airlift Group (43 AG)
    • 18th Air Support Operations Group (18 ASOG)
    • 427th Special Operations Squadron (427 SOS)
    • 21st Special Tactics Squadron (21 STS)
    • 24th Special Tactics Squadron (24 STS)
    • Air Force Combat Control School  (AFCCS) 
  • 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade
  • 902nd Military Intelligence 
  • 11th Intelligence Squadron
  • 1st Theater Sustainment Command
  • 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command 
  • 82nd Sustainment Brigade
  • 1st Battalion, 313th Regiment (Logistics Support Battalion)
  • 407th Brigade Support Battalion
  • 528th Sustainment Brigade (former SOSCOM)
  • 20th Engineer Brigade 
  • 127th Brigade Engineer Battalion
  • B Company, 249th Engineer Battalion (Prime Power)
  • 50th Expeditionary Signal Battalion
  • 503rd Military Police Battalion  
  • Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command 
  • Installation Management Command 
  • 16th Military Police Brigade 
  • 35th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade 
  • 44th Medical Brigade 
  • 18th Field Artillery Brigade  
  • 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade  
  • 10th Military Police Battalion (CID) 
  • 406th Army Field Support Brigade 
  • John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center
  • Defense Logistics Agency  (DLA) 

    Fort Liberty official website:      

    Fort Liberty telephone directory: Go to -  (select  "CONTACT"  then scroll down to Phone Book.)

    Small Business Opportunities and Set-Aside Contracts at Fort Liberty:

    Each year, there are hundreds of new government contracting opportunities for small businesses at Fort Liberty. The Fort Liberty contracting office purchases approximately $1 billion annually via contracts and micro purchases for services, products, equipment, and support for organizations and agencies at this defense installation. Of this aggregate amount, tens of millions of dollars in contracts are set-aside for small businesses. There are also hundreds of opportunities for small businesses who are able to partner with large prime contractors as subcontractors or as suppliers. It is estimated that $204 million of Department of Defense subcontracting activity occurs in North Carolina due to defense contracts.  

    Ft Liberty Contracting Office - 
         Mission Installation Contracting Command (MICC ICO-Fort Bragg)
         Installation Contracting Office
         2175 Reilly Road, Stop A
         Ft. Liberty, NC 28310-5000 

         Base Support Contracts: (910) 907-3882  or  (910) 396-5143 
         Supply / Construction Division: (910) 907-3024

    Alternate Mailing Addresses:
         Installation Contracting Office 
         Drawer 70120 
         Fort Liberty, North Carolina 28307-0120
         Telephone:  (910) 908-1921  /  (910) 908-2897  

         Installation Contracting Office:
         Bldg 1105-2 C  Stack Macomb St
         Fort Liberty, NC 28310 
         Telephone:  (910) 643-7219

    Fort Liberty Small Business Office 
         Telephone: (910) 907-3882  or  (910) 396-5143
         Small businesses wanting assistance doing business with Fort Liberty should contact
         the small business support specialist for this installation.  


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    What types of products and services are procured by Fort Liberty? 
    We have compiled a master list of the types of products and services that are routinely
    procured commercially (or contracted for) by this defense installation and other military
    bases and DoD organizations.  
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