Fort Devens - Base Contracting and Small Business Assistance

Fort Devens U.S. Army 

Doing business with Fort Devens (U.S. Army) - Base contracting information and small business assistance. Overview of current base support requirements (materials, products, parts, equipment, and specialized services) procured by the contracting office at the Fort Devens. Subcontracting and supplier / vendor opportunities with prime defense contractors. Also, list of points of contact and telephone directory for DoD organizations stationed at Fort Devens.  

  

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OVERVIEW:

Fort Devens is a U.S. Army Reserve installation.  It operates under Army Installation Management Command's (IMCOM) Northeast Region.  The Army units at Fort Devens conduct operational missions, logistics support, and specialized training for both Army reserve and active duty personnel.  Fort Devens supports over 130,000 military personnel (active and reserve), military retirees living in the region, and military family members.

The Fort Devens complex has approximately 4,800 acres.  The training facilities at Fort Devens include: 25 firing ranges, 24 specialized training facilities, 26 company-sized training areas, 13 academic classrooms, 3 Distributive Learning Center classrooms, and a large conference facility. 

Fort Devens U.S. Army Map Massachusetts

Fort Devens is located about
39 miles northwest of 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

Fort Devens official website:   https://www.devens.army.mil/  

Fort Devens telephone directory:  https://www.devens.army.mil/phone.htm

Fort Devens base operator / locator: 978-796-3911

Units and Organizations at Fort Devens: 

  • U.S. Army
    • Connolly Armed Forces Reserve Center
    • Army Military Intelligence Detachments
    • 3rd Battalion (Logistical Support Battalion) FIRST ARMY EAST
    • 2nd Battalion (Training Support Battalion)  FIRST ARMY EAST 
    • Detachment 1 J2/JT, United States Central Command, Army Reserve Element 
    • 395th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion 
    • 77th Sustainment Brigade 
    • 804th Medical Brigade 
    • United States Army Security Agency Training Center and School
  • U.S. Navy 
    • U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command for New England   
  • U.S. Marine Corps
    • Headquarters Company, 25th Marine Regiment 
    • Headquarters and Service Company & Weapons Company 1st Battalion, 25th Marines

Small Business Opportunities and Set-Aside Contracts at Ft Devens:
Army units and defense organizations at Fort Devens rely upon the products and services from private industry to perform their missions.  Base contracting opportunities exist for both large and small businesses. There are tens of millions of dollars in contracting opportunities set-aside for small businesses. In addition to these set-aside contracts, there are hundreds of opportunities for small businesses who are interested in partnering with large prime contractors as subcontractors or as vendor/suppliers. 

Additional Resources for Small Businesses: 

 
    Contracting Support for Ft Devens and co-located DoD organizations:
    Much of the contracting support for Ft Devens is provided by the contracting office at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey.  For construction related projects, contracting support is provided by the Army Corps of Engineers New England office.

    Army Contracting Command
    ACC - NJ (W15QKN) 
    Building 10   Phipps Road
    Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey 07806-5000
    Phone:  609-562-6655  /  609-562-5271  /  609-562-2576 
     
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) District, New England 
    696 Virginia Road
    Concord, MA  01742-2751 
    Phone: 978-318-8968  
     
    What types of products and services are procured by Fort Devens? 
    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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