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The Fort Worth District, Small Business Programs Office takes pride in supporting the Government’s policy of placing a fair portion of contracts with eligible small business, small disadvantaged business, HUBZone, veteran owned small business, service-disabled veteran owned small business, woman owned small business, and Historically Black College & Universities/Minority Institutions. 

Small Business energize the U.S. economy and is a vital part of the acquisition process.

The Deputy for Small Business Programs helps develop and improve small business capabilities, to maximize their opportunity for contracts within the Fort Worth District geographical boundaries, on a continual basis, ensuring a broad base of capable small businesses to support our projects.

The Fort Worth District buys a variety of supplies, services, engineering, environmental and construction items. 


Construction -- Barracks, dining facilities, maintenance shops, hangers, hospitals, airfields, roads, bridges, levees, dams, central energy plants, child development centers, education training center buildings.

Engineering Services -- Concept studies, master planning, engineering studies, surveying, mapping, engineering design and construction, inspection services, hazardous and toxic waste remediation.

Environmental Services (through Regional Planning & Environmental Center (RPEC) -- Consulting services, remediation, FUDS, environmental studies, restoration, water resource studies, soil sampling testing, aquatic ecosystem restoration.

Other Services – Janitorial, refuse collection, mowing, grounds maintenance, herbicide, landscaping, boundary maintenance & equipment repair, manage & maintain recreational lakes & parks areas, reservoirs, river basins, hydropower plants, flood risk management, flood damage services, real estate appraisal & title searches.   

Supplies and Equipment -- Generators, turbines, HVAC equipment, electronic gear, general construction repair parts, kitchen equipment, petroleum products, lumber, cement, gravel, riprap, prefab buildings, cargo storage containers.  

Want to do business with the Fort Worth District? … Begin by scheduling a capability briefing appointment today

 Upload Your Capabilities Briefing / Network with other Contractors  Click to schedule a Capababilities Briefing appointment with the Small Business Programs Office  Click to schedule a meeting with the Deputy of the Office of Small Business Programs 
 Information for Prime Contractors
 Marketing Your Firm
 Information for Subcontractors
 Helpful Tools and Resources
 Headquarter Offices

Other Information

 Useful Links
 Information for Architect/Engineering Firms

A Standard Form 330 – Architect-Engineer Qualifications (SF 330) is required.
SF 330, Part I – Contract-Specific Qualifications (MUST BE IN RESPONSE TO EACH INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENT)
SF 330, Part II – General Qualifications – HIGHLY SUGGEST you place SF 330, Part II in Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA)
SF 330 Form available on-line at:
SF 330 software packages are available from a variety of vendors.

Help Hints & Reminders when filling out the SF 330:

1. Both prime and sub consultants must sign and date the SF 330
2. Prime consults must verify their sub consultants when submitting their package.
3. Separate DUNS and CAGE codes are required for each office or new Joint/Venture when submitting your package.

Corps of Engineers' pamphlet on Competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts (EP 715-1-4)
Architect-Engineer Contracting Guide - Hazardous, Toxic, Radioactive Waste (HTRW) Contracting EP 715-1-5)
A-E contracting process (EP 715-1-7)

 Information for IT/IM Firms

The needs of the District are currently being met at this time.  Please look to links belong for information on the A76 study, the resolution and point of contact for subcontracting opportunities.

HeadQuarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Strategic Sourcing

FedBizOpps Notice


 Information for Construction Firms
 SBA Certifications


At the present time, there are three categories of small business that must have certifications from the Small Business Administration before their status in those categories will be accepted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. These are 8(a) Business Development Program, Small Disadvantaged Business, and HUBZone contractors. To register contact your local SBA office -