Contracting Division

The mission of the Galveston District Army Corps of Engineers, Contracting Division is to be “Champions of America’s Energy Coast,” and support the District in providing vital public engineering services in peace and war to strengthen our nation’s security, energize the economy and reduce risks from disasters.  As contracting professionals, we provide many business opportunities in the civilian community through our missions of navigation, flood risk management, ecosystem restoration, emergency management, beneficial use, regulatory, and support for others. 

Doing Business with USACE


If you are interested in getting a government contract, the best place to start could be the Procurement Technical Assistance Center or PTAC. These folks' primary function is to help you wade through all the red tape of registration and figure out how to find opportunities that suit what your small  business has to offer. They can give you        one-on-one attention -- and best of all, they're free!  

Contracting in Disasters

Contractors are our force-multiplier during a disaster response. We count on them to help us meet our mission requirements quickly and completely. The USACE has pre-awarded contracts for major emergency response missions, such as bottled water, packaged ice, debris, and temporary roofing. These contracts are part of the Advanced Contracting Initiative. ACI provides depth to the Corps’ ability to respond quickly and effectively.

The USACE developed a contractor registry to assist us with our disaster response mission. The Corps uses its engineering and contracting capabilities to support FEMA and other federal, state and local government agencies in a wide variety of missions during natural and man-made disasters.

Information in this registry will be used by Corps offices that are looking for specific goods or services during emergencies. Submission of information is voluntary. Information will be considered for official use only within the federal government. 

Submission of information to USACE Disaster Resource Contractor Registry does not expressly or implicitly commit the federal government to procurement of products or services.

All companies doing business with the Army Corps of Engineers MUST be registered with the Central Contractor Registration and all registrations must be in an active status. The registration will become active within 24 to 48 hours following completion of the registration process.

Contracting Division

Mailing Address:
USACE Galveston District
P.O. Box 1229
Galveston, TX 77553-1229