Contracting with the South Atlantic Division

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers works in concert with the private sector in accomplishing its military and water resources programs. By contracting with architect-engineer, construction, and many other types of companies, the South Atlantic Division designs, builds and operates dams, waterways, buildings, recreational and other facilities throughout the region.

To learn more about contracting with the Corps, contact one of our three regional contracting centers, whose web addresses are below:

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY; for all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division project solicitations, the Electronic Bid Solicitations (EBS) system is no longer available for solicitation access and download. SAD solicitations are now only available from a new federal procurement system, called Federal Technical Data System (FedTeDS), which is a web-based dissemination tool designed to safeguard acquisition-related information for all Federal agencies. All prospective contractors and their subcontractors and suppliers must be registered in FedTeDS before they will be allowed to download solicitation information. You are urged to read the FAQs posted on the FedTeDS website to better understand this new process.

Contracting in Disasters

Contractors are a critical force-multiplier during any disaster response. In the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), we rely heavily on these partners in industry to help us meet mission requirements quickly, efficiently and effectively.  

Are you a contractor looking to support our response mission? See Contracting in Disasters