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Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) North Atlantic Division, visit Staten Island and other areas hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy Nov. 7 to determine if and how USACE debris teams can support local, city, state, and federal officials, through FEMA, to assist in response and recovery operations.

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) North Atlantic Division, visit Staten Island and other areas hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy Nov. 7 to determine if and how USACE debris teams can support local, city, state, and federal officials, through FEMA, to assist in response and recovery operations. (Photo by Patrick Bloodgood)

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Posted 11/10/2012

Release no. 12-039


Contact
Ron Fournier
347-370-4550

BROOKLYN, New York – Under assignment and funding by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has begun Hurricane Sandy debris removal operations in New York.

Business owners interested in Hurricane Sandy recovery contract opportunities can register their company at https://apps.swf.usace.army.mil/Hurricane/Business. The information will be provided to current Advance Contracting Initiative contractors that have been awarded post-Sandy recovery contracts and to Corps acquisition teams and contracting officers who are planning future solicitations. Submission of the form does not guarantee you will be notified of all contracting opportunities.

 

Business owners interested in supporting the New York debris removal mission can also contact Master Sgt. Charles Mason at (718) 888-3185, Charles.W.Mason@usace.army.mil.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Contractors should have a current registration in the Department of Defense System for Award Management prior to award of any contract; for more information, go to: www.sam.gov. Lack of a current registration in the SAM database may cause your business to be considered ineligible for award.