Los Angeles AFB - Small Business Base Contracting Information and Guidance

Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) 

 

Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) - Overview of small business contracting opportunities with Los Angeles AFB, the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), and the 61st Air Base Group. Information about small business set-aside contracts and subcontracting opportunities with prime defense contractors at Los Angeles AFB. This web page includes an overview of the types of products, materials, and services routinely procured by the base contracting office along with helpful points of contact.  

  

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OVERVIEW: 

Los Angeles AFB is home to the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC). The SMC is responsible for acquiring and developing military space systems such as: the Global Positioning System, military satellite communications, defense meteorological satellites, space launch and range systems, satellite control networks, space based infrared systems and space situational awareness capabilities. SMC has more than 5,000 employees nationwide and an annual budget exceeding $6 billion.

The 61st Air Base Group (ABG) is the host unit for Los Angeles AFB. The 61st ABG provides the personnel and military units at Los Angeles AFB with medical, civil engineering, communications, chaplain, security, logistics, personnel, readiness, and quality-of-life services. 

Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) Map

Los Angeles AFB is located in
downtown Los Angeles, California.

    Los Angeles AFB - official website:  http://www.losangeles.af.mil/

    Los Angeles AFB - telephone directory

    Los Angeles AFB base operator / locator assistance:  (310) 653-1110 

    Small Business and Base Contracting Information: 
    The Space and Missile Systems Center has more than a $1.8 billion impact on the economy of the Los Angeles area each year. Los Angeles AFB directly employs approximately 6,296 individuals (military, civilians, and defense contractors.) To sustain its operations and support activities, the Space and Missile Systems Center's contracting office at Los Angeles AFB procures products, services, and materiel from private industry. A significant portion of these contracts are set aside for small businesses. There are also numerous opportunities for small businesses to serve as vendors, product suppliers, and subcontractors to prime government contractors supporting Space and Missile Systems Center.   

         Space and Missile Systems Center - Contracting Support
         
    483 North Aviation Blvd
         El Segundo, California 90245-2808

         Contracting Specialists Phone Numbers: 
         310-653-9679  /  310-653-5408  /  310-653-5374  /  310-653-9294  /  310-653-9502  /  310-653-9349

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