Hill AFB - Small Business Defense Contracting Information and Guidance
Hill Air Force Base (AFB) - Small business base contracting information and assistance. This web page provides insight regarding subcontracting and supplier opportunities for small businesses interested in partnering with prime defense contractors supporting Ogden Air Logistics Complex, 75th Air Base Wing, and the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. There is also a helpful compilation of the various types of products, equipment, materials, and specialized services routinely procured by the contracting offices located on Air Force installation.
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The 75th Air Base Wing is the host unit for Hill AFB. In this role, the 75th ABW provides installation support for Ogden ALC and the numerous military and associate units co-located at Hill AFB. There are approximately 23,700 military, federal civilian, and government contractors working at Hill AFB.
Ogden Air Logistics Complex performs depot repair, overhaul, and modification of several types of aircraft to include the A-10, C-130, F-16, F-22, F-35 and T-38 aircraft. Ogden ALC also maintains the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile system. Another important service Ogden ALC performs is the depot repair and modification of aerospace systems and commodities such as: aircraft landing gear, wheels, brakes, rocket motors, air munitions, guided bombs, photonics equipment, training devices, software, electronics, avionics, instruments, hydraulics, and power systems. Ogden ALC has over 8,100 military and federal civilian and contractors personnel.
The Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Systems Directorate - Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center is responsible for depot support and integrated weapon systems management of the Minuteman III and Peacekeeper ICBM weapon systems. The ICBM Directorate is responsible for a $22 billion portfolio that supports the acquisition, systems engineering, depot repair and modernization required to sustain the nation’s silo-based ICBM fleet. The Directorate is also tasked with supporting the Air Force's future Ground Based Strategic Deterrent. The Directorate consists of 420 military / federal civilian personnel as well as over 700 government contractors.
Hill Air Force Base is located
in northern Utah about
5 miles south of Ogden.
Hill AFB official website: http://www.hill.af.mil/
Hill AFB telephone directory: http://www.hill.af.mil/Portals/58/documents/Hill-AFB-Telephone-Quick-Reference-Guide-4-Nov-16.pdf
Hill AFB base operator / locator: 801-777-1110
There are extraordinary government contracting opportunities for both prime contractors and small businesses at Hill Air Force Base. Hill AFB has an annual federal payroll of $1.26 billion and annual contracting expenditures of $814 million. The total economic impact of Hill AFB is estimated to be approximately $3.26 billion each year.
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Air Force Materiel Command - Hill AFB Contracting Office
Hill AFB, Utah 84056
Contracting Specialists Phones:
801-586-4693 / 801-586-6016 / 801-586-8593 / 801-775-3551 / 801-775-5299 / 801-777-2354
6038 Aspen Ave. B1289NE
Hill AFB, Utah 84056-5805
Contracting Specialists Phones: 801-777-9972 / 801-586-3365 / 801-775-5332
What types of products and services are procured by HIll AFB?
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