Robins AFB - Small Business Contracting Information & Assistance

Robins Air Force Base Georgia  

Robins Air Force Base (AFB) - Small business base contracting information and assistance. Subcontracting and supplier opportunities for small businesses interested in partnering with prime defense contractors supporting Air Force depot operations and base support activities. This web page provides a compilation of the various types of products, equipment, materials, and specialized services routinely procured by the contracting office at Robins Air Force Base. There is also a list of helpful on-base points of contact for doing business with Robins AFB.  

  

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OVERVIEW:  

Robins Air Force Base (AFB) is the largest industrial complex in Georgia.  Robins AFB has 37 hosted military and Department of Defense (DoD) units.  Also located at Robins AFB is the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex and three air wings.  Robins is a large military installation situated on 6,935 acres. There are approximately 22,000 military personnel and family members assigned to Robins AFB. 

To sustain this large military complex, base activities include logistics, communications, contracting, facilities maintenance, medical, civil engineering, and a wide array of mission support functions.  The total value of Robins AFB's facilities exceed $8.1 billion.  The annual operating budget for Robins AFB is $170.8 million.

 Robins Air Force Base Georgia WR-ALC
Robins Air Force Base is located in
Warner Robins (about 15 miles south
of Macon) in Central Georgia.

There are extraordinary government contracting opportunities for both prime contractors and small businesses at Robins Air Force Base.  Each year, the contracting office at Robins AFB and the Department of Defense (DoD) awards millions of dollars in small business set-aside contracts to support defense activities at this military installation. In addition to numerous small business set-aside contracts, there are numerous opportunities for small businesses who want to partner with large prime contractors on government contracts. This partnership can take the form of subcontracting or being a vendor supplier.   

Robins AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC) 
    • 402nd Aircraft Maintenance Group 
    • 402nd Commodities Maintenance Group 
    • 402nd Electronics Maintenance Group 
    • 402nd Maintenance Support Group 
    • 402nd Software Maintenance Group 
    • 402nd Business Development & Partnership 
  • 78th Air Base Wing 
  • AF Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) 
  • Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) Headquarters 
  • 116th Air Control Wing (116 ACW)
  • 461st Air Control Wing (461 ACW) 
  • 5th Combat Communications Group (5 CCG) 
  • 94th Aerial Port Squadron (94 APS) 
  • Detachment A, Marine Aircraft Group 49 
  • Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) 
  • 638th Supply Chain Management Group 
  • 339th Flight Test Squadron     

Robins AFB - official website:   http://www.robins.af.mil/

       Robins Contracting Office
       PK/PZ
       215 Page Road 
       Robins AFB, Georgia  31098-1611

Small Business Information for Robins AFB: 
      Office of Small Business Programs
      AFSC/SB-R
      50 Richard Ray Boulevard, Building 205
      Robins AFB, GA 31098
      Phone: (478) 926-5873

 
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What types of products and services are procured by Robins AFB? 
We have compiled a master list of the types of commercial products and services that are routinely procured
by this defense installation and other military bases.  
View List of Products and Services Procured 

   

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