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NAVFAC Prime Contracts with Large Businesses

Provides a complete list of active contracts with large business firms for your subcontracting and supplier opportunities.  Each contract is assigned a Small Business Liaison Officer (SBLO) by the contractor.  You are encouraged to contact the SBLO directly for inquiries regarding available opportunities. 
~~Updated March 2024~~

NAVFAC Contracts with Small Business firms
Current NAVFAC contracts with small business concerns.  The list may be used for various purposes, including market research, subcontract and supplier opportunities, and data collection.  Intended users could be Government Contracting Officers, current Government prime contractors, potential large and small business subcontractors and supplier firms. 

~~Updated March 2024~~

NAVFAC Contracts with 8(a) Firms

NAVFAC contracts with Small Business Act 8(a) Business Development, Small Disadvantaged Business contractors.  The list may be used for various purposes, including market research, subcontract and supplier opportunities, and data collection.  Intended users could be Government Contracting Officers, current Government prime contractors, potential large and small business subcontractors and supplier firms. 
~~Updated March 2024~~

NAVFAC Environmental Contracts

Active NAVFAC environmental contracts with large business firms for your subcontracting and supplier opportunities.  Included on this list are CLEAN, RAC and Environmental; Multiple Award Contracts.  Each contract is assigned a Small Business Liaison Officer (SBLO) by the contractor.  You are encouraged to contact the SBLO directly for inquiries regarding available opportunities. 
~~Updated August 2023~~

Global Contingency Contract

Complete list of the contracts available under the NAVFAC Global Contingency Contract for your subcontracting and supplier opportunities.  Each contract is assigned a Small Business Liaison Officer (SBLO) by the contractor.  You are encouraged to contact the SBLO directly for inquiries regarding available opportunities. 
~~Updated MAR2023~~

Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Contracts

Complete list of the contracts available under the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Multiple Award Contract for your subcontracting and supplier opportunities.  Each contract is assigned a Small Business Liaison Officer (SBLO) by the contractor.  You are encouraged to contact the SBLO directly for inquiries regarding available opportunities. 
~~Current as of 20MAR2023~~

NAVFAC Energy Contracts

Complete list of the contractors available under the Energy Program for your subcontracting and supplier opportunities.  Each contract is assigned a point of contact (POC) by the contractor.  You are encouraged to contact the POC directly for inquiries regarding available opportunities. 
~~Updated 20MAR2023~~

NAVFAC Information Technology Contracts

NAVFAC legacy IT systems are hosted and maintained through the NAVFAC information Technology Center, located in Port Hueneme, California.  These services are provided under multiple-award contract task orders.  The task orders cover the majority of contractor-provided information technology services for NAVFAC including Enterprise Application Hosting Support, Enterprise Business Systems Support, and Enterprise Operations Support.  It does not include standard Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) network operations and NMCI equipment installation and maintenance.  This listing provides contact information these task orders for subcontracting opportunities. 
~~Current as of 20MAR2023~~

NAVFAC Public Private Venture Partners

NAVFAC is responsible for the execution and oversight of the Department of the Navy's (DON) PPV program, and since 1997 has selected highly qualified business partners to construct, renovate, own, maintain, operate and professionally manage housing for Navy and Marine Corps military service members and their families throughout the United States.  Through the PPV program, the DON establishes long term business partnerships with outside entities.  The DON leases federal land and conveys existing housing assets to the Partner.  The Partner develops and manages the property as a private housing community intended for military service members and their families. Through 31 Dec 2022, the DON provides oversight and monitoring of 13 family housing projects with an end-state of approximately 62,000 units, as well as 2 unaccompanied housing projects with an end-state of approximately 6,000 units. Not only did the PPV program eliminate the DON's portion of inadequate homes, it executed approximately $9.8 billion in initial development of family housing for a cash investment of $1.5 billion (6.5: 1 leverage) and, for unaccompanied housing, executed almost $600 million in initial development for a cash investment of almost $80 million (7.5: 1 leverage).

Information on most of the DON’s 15 Family Housing and Unaccompanied Housing Public Private Venture (PPV) program partnerships can be found at:
https://www.militaryhousingassociation.org/resources/member-company-installations/ 
~~Current as of 29MAR2023~~

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