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 Small Business Mission Statement

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers North Atlantic Division (USACE NAD) develops small businesses and maximizes their opportunities for our procurements within NAD’s footprint on a continual basis, thereby ensuring a broad base of capable small business firms to support our mission and strengthen our Nation’s economic development.

 What do our Districts Procure?

The NAD, through its districts, buys a variety of construction, engineering, environmental, and facility support services, as well as equipment/supplies. Examples of these acquisitions:
•Construction -- Barracks, dining facilities, maintenance shops, hangers, hospitals, airfields, roads, levees, dams, dredging, and navigation.
•Engineering Services -- Concept studies, master planning, engineering studies, all types of surveying and mapping, engineering design and construction and inspection services.
•Environmental Services -- Consulting Services, Remediation, FUDS, Studies, and Investigations Other Services -- Refuse collection, grounds maintenance, janitorial, oversee and maintain recreational parks, real estate appraisal and title searches.
•Other Services -- Refuse collection, grounds maintenance, janitorial, oversee and maintain recreational parks, real estate appraisal and title searches.
•Supplies and Equipment -- Generators, turbines, HVAC equipment, electronic gear, repair parts, lumber, rip/rap, stone, cement, and pre-fab modular buildings.

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USACE Small Business

Fiscal Year 2023 Small Business Goal Achievements


FY23 Small Business Goals

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Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business




HUBZone Small Business




Regulatory Enforcement Fairness

USACE Step-by-Step Resolution Process for Unfair Regulatory Enforcement

Pursuant to the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA), HQ USACE Office of Small Business Programs is committed to successfully mitigating concerns between USACE and small business contractors. Inquiries may include excessive enforcement actions such as repetitive audits and investigations, and unreasonable fines, penalties, threats, retaliation, or other unfair actions. USACE offers the following chronological, streamlined process to expedite a mutually beneficial resolution for small businesses.

Step 1:  Contractors should first contact the local USACE Small Business Professional (SBP) at the appropriate geographic location. A listing of current local SBPs can be found here.

Step 2:  If the contractor inquiry is not addressed within 30 days in Step 1, the contractor should elevate their concern to the respective Division or Center Assistant Director of Small Business (AD). A listing of current ADs can be found here.

Step 3:  If the contractor inquiry is not addressed within 30 days in Step 2, the contractor should contact, HQ USACE Office of Small Business Programs, at with the following information:

  • Include “SBREFA Inquiry” in the subject heading
  • Contractor name and contact information
  • USACE contract or solicitation number
  • USACE District/Center location
  • Names of USACE employees the contractor previously contacted
  • Brief description and current status of the issue

Contractor inquiries not resolved through the above USACE resolution process may be submitted to the Office of the National Ombudsman (ONO), U.S. Small Business Administration. Submit an online request for assistance at or download a printable Federal Agency Comment Form (SBA Form 1993) and submit documentation via email (preferred), mail, or fax.


Fax: (202) 481-5719

Mail: Office of the National Ombudsman, U.S. Small Business Administration, 409 3rd Street, S.W., Mail Code 2120, Washington, D.C., 20416

Doing Business with Us Brochure

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Give Us A Call

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 Small Business specialists can be reached at the following numbers:

North Atlantic Division (347) 370-4588

Baltimore District (410) 962-2587

New England District (978) 318-8427

New York District (917) 790-8004

Norfolk District (757) 201-7077

Philadelphia District (267) 379-7555